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Monday, October 9, 1944
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Page Three THE DAILY CLINTONI AN Monday, October 9, 1944. WHAT ALLIED AIRMEN DID TO NAZI OIL PLANTS 'X-day' for Browns In Sportsmans Park At Crucial Series Meet Clinton Social Notes Nazi Resistance Stiffens as US Nears Po Valley (Continued from page 1) " site . vf i (Continued from pigs 1) men, while his opponent Denny Galehouse set down 10 batters ou strikes. Gatehouse allowed six hits. Potter fur Brownie Nelson Potter was selected by Manager Luke Sewell to hurl today's game for the Browns. The Cards' lay between Max Lanier and Bllx Donnelly. Fair and continued cool weather was to prevail at game time. i 1 ikttxi John Hoggatt Honored At Ninth Birthday Party Mrs. John Hoggatt entertained Saturday with a birthday party honoring the ninth birthday of her son, John. Those attending were Richard and Wanda Hoggatt, George, Jimmy Enoch Jones, Bobby Joe Longo, Nancy Wisneskl, Johnny Lamb, and Gwen Kay Clnotto. Games and contests were played with Gwen Kay and Johnny Lamb winning the prizes. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Valley where they could fan out and flank German divisions battling against the British Eighth Army on the Adriatic sector of the line. Heavy German counter-attacks blocked Allied progress on some sectors of the Salient, and a German assault drove South African troops from positions at Stanco. Seize ltiia Negro units attacked and captured the town of Ripa and other elements forced a crossing of the Ser-ra River to enter Seravezza. Brazilian troops attached to the Fifth Army continued to score limited gains in the face of sniper, machine-gun and artillery fire. British and Indian troops of the "1 " Delts Plan Initiation Of New Members Saturday Because of Initiation services to be conducted Saturday Oct. 14. there will be no meeting of the Delta Tbeta Tau sorority Tuesday night. Miss June Owens, president, will conduct the ceremonies Saturday at 7:45 p. m. In the Half Century Club Initiating MrB. Dorothy Whitcomb. Mrs. Christine Kercheval and the Misses Betty Jean Pyle, Joan McDonald, Anne Gavin, Mary Catherine Sawyer, Louise Call, Martha Manship and Anna Pagliero. Miss Gavin will come from Terre Haute where she Is a cadet nurse and Miss Sawyer will be home from Indiana Vniversity, Bloomington, Ind. for the Initiation. Miss Taiml Lahti and Mrs. Dom Costello have been named as social committee for the evening. Mrs. Richmond Entertains For DEB Club Friday Members of the DEB Club met with Mrs. Jesse Richmond Friday at her home on South Fifth street. Following the business meeting bunco was played with Mrs. Maxlne Turner winning high; Mrs. Jennie Ross, bunco and travel; and Mrs. Rovlne Eaton, low. Others present were Mrs. Evelyn Keliey. Mrs. Louise Connors, and Mrs Mary Crowder. Mrs. Turner received a birthday gift from the members. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Kelley in two weeks. Blanford B. B. Club Meets Thursday at Bohinc Home Mrs. Agnes Bohinc was bostess for the Blanford B. B. Club at her home Thursday evening. Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Brown, Humerick, 111. are the parents of a daughter born at the Vermillion County Hospital Saturday. The infant weighed seven pounds and eight ounces and has been named Leona Maine. Set. Brown is stationed at Howling Field. Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Herrick, Hillsdale, Ind.. are the parents of a son born at the county hospital Saturday. The infant weighed eight pounds and has been named Michael Lee. Eighth Army struck through heavy ' mud and continued rain on the Adriatic sector of the Italian front to cross the rain-swollen Kiumicino River on a broad front and capture the village of Montigallo. i Aid Albanian Force The Balkan Air Force, flying in close support of British troops fighting in Albania attacked gun positions Mrs. Gregory Hostess For Mothers Leisure Meeting Mrs. Irene Gregory was hostess Wednesday evening to the members of the Mothers Leisure Club. Following the business meeting, bunco was played with Mrs. Margaret Mc-Latchie, Mrs. Minnie Miller and Mrs. Concetta Apa. Delicious refreshments were served and the next meeting will be held with Mrs. Stella Gulnn on South Fifth street. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Wilhite were Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Dittemore and son. Junior, of Indianapolis, Ray Haase, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hudlin of Bloomington, Mrs. Catherine Haase and Percey, Mrs. Hazel Cunningham of Clinton, Mrs. Cullen and daughter, Norma of Terre Haute, Ott Rotett, Bicknell, and Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Phillips of Rossville who are spending the week with the Wilhites. at Sarande, Albania, and hit shipping in Durazzo harbor, SpitfireB and Hurricanes operating from Greek airfields set fire to a tug in tbe Corinth Canal and destroyed a transport plane on an airdrome near Athens. m&gZmK?Z?---'-Z--""-' ' ' l'Mt'llirtJltaaaaaaWa"" T. - ALLIED ENTRY into Romania and the capture of the city of Ploesti, great oil center, makes it poss.ble to get a closeup view of the terrific damage the bombing attacks last April did to the source of Nazi oil. This is a ground-level shot. The ruins are of the Concordia Vega refinery. (International) MONUMENTS 0 A Complete Line 0 For Service Drop Us A Car L W.Walsh Monument Co. 2114 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indiana WELCOMED BACK FROM ARNHEM Monday Th. woman's club. Mrs. Guy FX RXISHING SOCIETY MEETS Southard, first fall meeting, 2 p. m. Plans were made for a Congregational oiinnor in he held Oct. 11 at Airplane Plant Brazil's National Motor factory is going into production with precision tools and equipment obtained exclusively in the United States. The huge 9,000,000 plant will be the first in the other Ame.-ican republics to build complete airplane engines, using production methods patterned after United States assembly line production. Prior to the war, Brazil purchased most of her precision tools from Eneland and Germany. Jerusalem Chapter 254 OiiS meet at hall at 7:30 p. m. the Furishing Society meeting held Thursday at the Presbyterian ROBERTA'S 1 BEAUTY SHOP 1 137 North 7th St. 1 PHOXE 1K4-W 1 GUARANTEED 1 PERMANENTS Tuesday Red Cross Surgical Dressing 1 p. Church. A rummage sale to be neia I am 97 wan niRn discussed at the Bunco was played at two tables with prizes awarded to Mrs. Bessie Runyan, bunco; Mrs. Annabel Ham- meeting. m m.-4 p. m. Golden Star Club, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. D. G. Alexander. rick, high, Mrs. Orfina Bizzy, low and Mrs. Josephine Perona, travel. ! Mrs. Harry Clemenz of South, I Fifth street Teturned Sunday morn Minnehaha, 7:30 p. m. Tinnit Boosters Club, important A delicious refreshments was ser ved by the hostess. The next meet meeting of the governing board at T . ...-j ".jf . ' r fc , .. ..1-r'lMMnn ! 7:30 p. m. Jivin Janes, Shirley Cottrell, 7:30 p. m. Important Meeting. Crompton Hill P. T. A. meet at the school house Tuesday October m nt 7 n. m. Plans will be made Don't Pack Those Summer Clothes Away Until You've Had Them Dry Cleaned If yon really want prewrve tli'me nuiiiiner Raiments have thinn "looking their bent" for nert year's wear have them dry-cleaned NOW liefore you pack them away for the winter. - for the Homecoming and Carnival which will be given on Tuesuay, Oct. 24. ing Is to be "held at the home of Mrs. Orfina Bizzy Oct. 19. m Mrs. Orfina Bizzy, Mrs. Lena Bar-ratto and daughter, Virginia Joy of Blanford were Wednesday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Howard of Clinton. Rev. and Mrs. Crawl, Mrs. John Swlckard and Mrs. Mary Jewell will attend the BaptiBt State Convention at Indianapolis this Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. m Miss Evalyn June Church, a teacher at Evansville, spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell of South Main street. Wednesday PnnirrpfrnHnnnl sunner of the ing from Oceanside, caiir. wnere sne spent the past ten days with her son, S 2c Charles Clemenz. Mrs., Charles Clemenz will reside with her husband there. j " Sunday guests at the Hudlin home were John Willey and four children of Indianapolis. Mr. Hudlln's par-, ents of Bloomington are spending the week here. : ... j John Huxford of Wabash Avenue is leaving for Tulia, Tex. where he: will spend a two week's visit with his son, Orville Huxford and family. ... Mrs. G. Roy Stultz gave a flannel board talk in a combined service of the Rockville Methodist Sunday School and Church Sunday. CTisteads Presbyterian Church at 0:30 p. m. Bring covered dish an dtable service. Friendly Bunco Club, MrB. Josephine Chambers, South Third street, 7:30 p. to. Women's Democrat Club. 7:15 P- A LITTLE Tret- ; MAJ. GEN. ROBERT ELLIOT UROUHART, right, who was in command tof the paratroopers in the Arnhem sector and escaped from the Nazis j after brief capture, shakes hands with Lt. Gen. Lewis H. Brereton, commander of the First Allied Airborne division, upon the former's arrival back in England. (International SoundpbotoJ 220 Elm St. Phone 129 m. at the Democrat Headquarters. Men's meeting at 8 p. m. Tri Kappa Associate, 8 p. m., Mrs. E. O. HutchlnBon. No Commenr Red CrosB Surgical Dressing 7- RATION CALENDAR 9:30 p. m. ... . i Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller visited Mr. and Mrs. Dale Miller and dren of Mattoon, 111. Saturday and I Notice! The Cllntonlan Wants Tour News. Please Call Miss Lear To Report Social News. Phone 82 or 88. Thursfla' Red Cross Surgical Dressing 1-4 p. m. Red Cross Knitting 1 p. m.-4 p. m. PnpnhnnlnR T.ndee 7:30 n. m. at the hall, buno and euchre at 8 p. m. What about Corn Pickers? American Beauty Shop "Vera Mae Black Fridav Orange Lodge, 7:30 p. m. Elec sunauy. ... Miss Mable Woods, Miss Helon Woods and Mrs. Roscoe IlusBell ot Terre Haute visited Clinton friends Saturday. ... Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yacura and son, Mickey of Gary, are spending the week with Mrs. Yacura'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Enrici of Blanford. Processed Foods Blue stamps A8 through Z8 and I A-5 through R5 in Book 4 good for 10 points indefinitely. lUeats, 1ieee and Dairy Product All red stamps A8 through Z8 and A-5 through K-5 in book 4 valid indefinitely lor rationed meats, cheese and dairy products. Stamps worth 10 points each. Sugar Stamps SO, 111, 32 and 33 in book 4 good lor o pounds until further no- tice. Application for additional can-j 812 S. Main Phone 00 tion of officers. Specialized Hair Styling Permanent Waves Open Evenings Willing Workers Enjoy All Day Meeting Thursday Mrs A.lrtip Hunter of Fairview en- " I f I jUmpi- if taTV; I i V ning sugar must be sent to board i entertained the members of the Willing Workers Class of the Methodist Church at an all day meeting Thursday. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon followed by the business meeting. accomjranied by one spare stamp 37 for each applicant. Stump 40 in Pool; 4 good for 5 pounds of canning sugar. Shoes r No. 1. "airplane" stamp and No. "airplane" El amp in Book 3 good for 1 pair each until further Those present were Mrs. Anna Lunger, Mrs. Anna Shepherd, Mrs. Anna Lewis, Mrs. Blanche Reynolds, At Jennie Dean. Mrs. Lulu Pavey, UflT notice. Always present Book 3 1 when making purchase as tampa j are invalid If removed from the j book. (aMoline j Slump A-13 good for four gallons, through Dec. 21. B-4 and C-4 good i for 5 gallons until further notice. T l (Fourth Qtr. ) good for S gallons Mrs. Flora Andrews, Mrs. Hunter, Mrs. Rosie Smith. Mrs. Rebecca Wagner, Mrs. Mayme Smith, Mrs. Charlotte Dixon. Mrs. Carrie Harrison, Mrs. Minnie Jones, Mrs. Edith Oline. Mrs. Kate Prulhiere. Mrs. Myrtle Ad-flma MrB Mhv Hahichl and Mrs. Lily Godwin. Guests attending were Rev-J erend Godwin and daughter. The next meeting will ne neia with Mrs. Cora Runyan. DECLARING published reports of the "Battle of the Btatler" as "ridiculous and untrue," Daniel J. Tobin, Teamsters' union president, said a statement from him would only "be giving dignity to the affair." The union chief was questioned about the brawl, which ensued when two naval officers were asked how they would vote in November by a group of teamsters In Washington, as he left the White House, after a parley with 'Roosevelt, (International) Every clay, by mail, by telegraph, by telephone, we are receiving urgent appeals from farmers for Mc-Cormick-Deering corn pickerB to harvest this year s crop. With farm labor shortages even more acute than in 1943, the demand for pickers has skyrocketed. It is many times greater than ever before, greater than our capacity, or the capacity of the whole industry, to produce. We have done everything we can to help in this situation. I .gaastSt 1 1 ) We have completed production of our 1944 corn picker program, and have done it weekB earlier than ever before. (2) We have actually built 50'', more corn pickers than in any other year of the Company e history. . (3) We have allocated these machines to the corn-growing regions, with government approval, in the fairest way we knew. Corn pickers are still under rationing, and every corn picker we built has been allotted to a farmer with a rationing certificate for it. They were all sold before they ever left the factory. There is no surplus, no reserve of machines. There simply are not enough corn pickers to go around in this year of unprecedented demand. Under the circumstances, what can be done? We can only make one suggestion and that is for our farmer friends to follow the old helpful-neighbor tradition of American farming, a tradition that comes down from the days of barn-raising and log-rolling. If farmers will share their machines and share their labor, much can be done to harvest this vital war-time crop of com. ... Franklin West, Jr. Feted At Surprise Birthday Party A surprise dinner was held recently in honor of Marion Franklin West. Jr. of Crompton Hill who observed his eigtheenth birthday. Guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Marion West and children. Mr. and Mrs. August West and children. through Dec. 31. E. El and E2 good for 1 gallon. It. Ill and K2 good for f. gallons. A. B. C, D and T coupons are not valid until they have been endorsed in ink, pencil, stamped or printed with the automobile registration number and state. Motorists should write 1944 numbers on book and coupons. Periodic passenger car tire Inspections are no longer required. Commercial vehicle inspection due every 6 months or every 5. (mil miles. B cardholders eligible fur Grade I tires providing they can show absolute need to carry on essential activities. All A holders may obtain certificates for Grade 3 tires, but only after they have found tires which may be purchased. Fuel Oil Period 4 and 5 coupons valid through Aug. 31. 1945 and have the following values: 1 unit 10 gallons; a units gallons: 25 units, 250 gal I Mr. and Mrs. Winchel Evitt and W1 Vote AND TOP COAT WEATHER Select Now! Don't Wait! ROSENBLATT'S BUY BONDS AND MORE BONDS children, Mr. and Mrs. Tom West and Joan Joslyn all of Crompton Hill. Mr. and Mrs. James Trosper and children, Mrs. Richard L. Stultz. Mrs. William Trosper and son and Robert RichardBon all of Clinton, Miss Betty Trosper of Detroit. Mich.. Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Myers and daughter, Mrs. William J. Edwards and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bush and children all of Cayuga. Mrs. Vivian Dtehl and children and Mr. West's fiance. Miss Physille Diehl all of Terre Haute. Mr. West received several nice gifts. The afternoon was spent in games. Afternoon callers wore Mr. and Mrs. Reece Sollars and children of Terre Haute. lons. All chanaemaking coupons and , George Sintz. 121 South Third street, and Otis McClure. 1140 Pike St.. were admitted to the county hospital Saturday as medical cases. Matt Maltane. Blanford and Harvey Lee. St. Bernice, were admitted to the county hospital Sunday as medical cases. Mrs. Bess Britain. Dana, was dismissed from the county hospital Saturday. Gilbert Barbee. 1150 South Fourth and Mrs. Josephine Jaekman. Tangier. Ind., were dismissed from the countv hospital Sunday. ;yT-'--'ii - Mild Climate ' " i In far-north Italy, the southern Slopes of the Alps have a surprisingly mild climate. Their narrow valleys, sheltered from the north winds, face such warming influences of the south and Lie sun that olive and reserve coupons are now good. Fuel oil rations for 1944-45 heating season now being issued. Period 1 good immediately. Stores All new heating, cooking and -ombinaiion heating and cooking stoves, designed for domestic use, lor installation on or above the floor and for the use of coal, wood, oil. kerosene, gasoline and gas, are rationed. Certificates must be obtained from local Board. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY Most Soybean Crop Illinois, Indiana, Iowa. Missouri and Ohio produce more than 80 per cent of the soybean crop in the V. S-, which brings American farmers an annual cash income of more nan $30,000,000 according to the cen- Read Our Up-to-Date Sport Newt lemwn gxoveii flourish. .... i

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