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October 11, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Page Three T THE DAILY CLINTONI AN Wednesday, October 11, 1944 SIEGFRIED LINE WHICH YANKS ARE CRACKING t Clinton Social Notes Polish Premier Joins Conference At Moscow (Continued bom p D voting the utmost efforts toward early defeat of Nazi Germany. Praises Drive 111 West In his most outspoken tribute yet to the efforts of American and Britain. Premier Joseph Stalin at a luncheon In honor of visiting Prime Minister Churchill praised the Allied drive into Germany from the west. The Soviet Marshal also declared his appreciation of the work of U. S. Secretary of Slate Cordell Hull In building an international security organization. Barbara Carruth Observes Third Birthday At Party Mr. and Mrs. Have Carruth of Nebeker street entertained recently with a birthday party in honor or their daughter's, Barbara Ann, third - j s . . ?vv- ' ; . , , , - . - Council of Liberation and the Soviet-hating Polish government In London. lll lisli Poles Aside The PollBh Prime Ministers latest gesture of conciliation was brushed aside when he arranged the replacement of anti-Soviet Chief of Maff (Jen. Sosnkowski by the Patriot Leader. Gen. Ror. only to have Moscow call Uor a traitor. Washington officials regarded the news of Mlklajcik s second trip to Moscow as the latest and perhaps the final attempt of Churchill to settle the Polish-Russian differences in oulet behind-the-scenes discussions. If this effort should fall, it was believed the whole controversy would flare out into public debate with such recrimination as to make a settlement impossible. See Territorial Loss The official American view is that some sacrifice of Polish territory to Russia Is inevitable, but that the whole question should be put off the final ueace conference. birthday anniversary. One Guest Attends Golden Star Club Meet Tuesday Mrs. D. G. Alexander was hostess last night for the members of the Golden Star Club at her home. Seven members und one fcuetil, Miss Edith Stevenson, attended the meeting. Following a short business meeting, buneu was played with Mrs. Hatlie I'onik winning high; Mrs. Opal I'go. bunco and travel; and Mrs. Kstlier llynum, low. Miss Stevenson received the guest prize. Hefreshmenls were served and the next meeting will be held with Mrs. Loulso Morris of Cromplon Hill In two weeks. Plans for a chicken supper to be held in three weeks will be announced later. Clinton Women Organize -Army Wives Club Recently Mrs. Dorothy Adams entertained the members of the Army Wives Club at her home on South Main street Tuesday evening. This club was recently organized by a group of Clinton women. Rook was played during the evening and the following members Barbara s kindergarten classmates were guests at the party. Guests were Sandra Baldwin, Ann Clay- baugh, Marilyn Ann Craig. Penny Crompton Hill P. T. A. Holds Regular Meeting Tuesday The Crompton Hill P. T. A. met Tuesday, Oct. 10 at the school house with the president, Mrs. Elsie Houston in charge. The meeting was opened with the Pledge to the Klag. During the business meeting further mention was made of the Mothers Singer Chorus. Mrs. Kleanor West was made general chairman of the Election Day Dinner Committee. The P. T. A. plans to complete the membership drive by the time of the next meeting. Mrs. Winston Kvitt was cited for her fine work in this drive, p'urther plans concerning the school's Homecoming and Carnival on Tuesday, Oct. 24 were made. Mrs. Evitt, Mrs. Eleanor West and Mrs. Myrtle Stickle were in charge of the program which was a skit entitled "Friday Afternoon at a Country School" with Mrs. Eddie Carrell as the teacher and Marshall Rush, Bobby and Clifton Evitt, John Lee Turchi, Betty Stash, Clarice Harper, Phyllis Stickle, Loretta Dugger, Don-nie West, Rose Carrell, Helen Bod-nar, Le Moine Smith, Ralph Carrell and Joannith Joslyn as the students. During the program which the students presented Le Moine Smith recited, Rose Carrell and Helen Bod-nar sang, "I'll Be Seeing You," Rose, Helen and Donnie sang, "Would You Like to Swing on a Star," Donnie sang, "Mexacali Rose," Ralph Carrell, "Paper Doll" and Joannith Joslyn sang and Phyllis Stickle led the students In "School Days." ' Launing. Tonl Ann Terrando, Nyla Gene Elder, Mary Catherine Craig, Ralene Turner, Judith Ann Epperson, Luella Jean Woody, Diane Carey, Emily IsenhBwer, Nancy Wegner, John. Scott, David Newland, Wynn Staats, David Berto, Sadler Pollard, Sally Richey, Patty Lou Pastoria, Bonnie Lou Thomas, Hugh McLeish and Mrs. Wegner and Mrs. Clay-baugh. ; Barbara received several nice gifts and egrets were received from Mrs. Reeder, Owen Henry, Ronnie Hossel-ton, Bobbie Lee and Billy Joe Fisher. A group picture was taken In the afternoon. Refreshments of birthday cake, ice cream and candy were served. Mrs. William L. Anderson and daughter, Patty Sue, have returned to their home on South Fifth street after spending the past several months in Washington state. It j vimMlfwmftf"'-'' t ...... . i.nl... It., nl. 'PVia ir ext fnnnrvtf. fnrtlneRtlonS. THIS IS HOW THE VAUNTbU NAii sirKicu iirii "v.. . . zigzagged as shown, has been cracked by Allied troops in several places. American infantry and armor drove through the Line above Aachen in a movement outflanking that ruined stronghold. Note the road across the Line in this official United States Signal Corps photograph. (International) : were present, Mrs. Beulah McDonaid, j Mrs. Marsella Sollars, Mrs. Dorothy i Jenkins. Mrs. Charlene Pulliam, 1 Mrs. Maxine Cunimings, Mrs. Mar- i garet Louder and Mrs. Betty Sinims of Terre Haute. Mrs. Cecil Anstead and Mrs. Glenn Bridgman attended the Robekah Assembly at Indianapolis Monday and Tuesday. Pfc. Victor Rupnick Feted While Home On Furlough Meantime. Washington continues to support the Polish government in London, with which Russia broke relations a year and a half ago. It was acknowledged in the American capital with considerable reluctance that the new conference between Mikolajczk and Stalin, if It brings any settlement at all, will Involve radical changes in the Polish government which the United States recognizes, and also territorial adjustments, in spite of the American desire to avoid that question during the war. Discuss Balkan Lifelines It was also assumed In Washington that Churchill and Stalin will discuss means of protecting the life lines in the face of growing Soviet power in the Balkans. In the State Department it was stated that the Moscow conference is not an American affair and that American interests are not involved. WSCS of Methodist Church To Hold Meetng Thursday Mrs. Roy Staats will have charge of the devotional period during the Pfc. Victor Rupnick was the honor Wednesday gUest at a supper given Monday eve- Past Noble Grand Club, 7:30 p. m. I , at tne nome o( Mr and Mrs ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. meeting of the WSCS or tne Mem meeting of the WSUb ot tne - Entertainment committee odist Church which will be held i ne na r. Claude Dyer of North Seventh street, riuesta nresent were Mr. and Airs. Frank Rupnick, Clinton, Mr. and Thursday afternoon Refreshment committee, Mollie Pra- The program will be about India Robertson and Lydia and letters from servicemen who are "e; "' Notice! The Clintonlan Wants Your News. Tlease Call Miss Lear To Import Social News. Phone 82 or 3a. American iseauiy onop Vera Mae Black 812 8. Main l'lione 00 Specialized Hair Styling I'erniunent Waves Open EveniiiKs Mrs. Edgar A. Tippy, Terre Haute, I. Burdsall, Elonra, Ind., H. Stewart, HlllBdale, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel illtlJttUfiilll". MONUMENTS 9 A Complete Line For Service Drop Us A Card E. W.Walsh Monument Co. 2114 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indiana stationed in India will be read Tri Kappa- Miss Sally Hain, boutn Hostesses for the meeting are Mrs Hostesses lor me mmms J. H. Sutton, chairman, Mrs. Harry Flf'hiB"ff ' J' Friendly Bunco Club, Mrs. Joseph Mcintosh of Terre Haute. Upon completion of his 14 day furlough. Pfc. Rupnick will return Moore, Mrs. Otis Armstrong, MrB Pearl Allison. Mrs. Harold Arm ine Chambers, South Third street, 7:30 p. m. to Camp Livingston, La. I strong, Mrs. Grace Walker, Mrs. Ann Women's Democrat Club, 7: is p. This Is One Of Our Large Mrs John J. Faroco of Fairview Lewis, Mrs. Ruth Shew, and Miss Ann Smith. m. at the Democrat Headquarters. Men's meeting at 8 p. m. Park has returned from a two weeks ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 North 7tll St. PHONE 184-W GUARANTEED PERMANENTS MOSCOW Vital conferences of Soviet, British and American officials were continued today behind closed doors. Little was known other than that the talks were proceeding in an atmosphere of high accord, with all parties satisfied that each was de- Selection or . . . LEATHER JACKETS trip to New York City on a business and pleasure trip. She was accompanied by her sister-in-law. Mrs. Robert Petrone of Chicago, 111. Tri Kappa Associate, 8 p. m., Mrs. E. O. Hutchinson. lied Cross Surgical Dressing 7-9:30 p. m. Crompton Hill Bunco Club. Mrs. Adoluli Stickles, 7 p. m. Mrs. Edna Mrs. Turchi Entertains For Mystery Pal Club The Mystery Pal Club held their meeting at the home of Mrs. Simon Turchi Monday. Bunco was played at two tables with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Joe Vercolio. bunco; Mrs. Anton Bo- Allgood, assisting. getto. high and travel; Mrs. Bert Turchi, low and Miss Virginia Per-fetti, mystery. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served by the hostess. The next nieeting will be held October 23 with Mrs!" Vercolio as hostess. y Thuraaav Golden Rod Girl Scouts, i p. m. Fairview P. T. A. 7:30 p. m. at the schoolhouse. After the business meeting a social time will be held. Everyone to bring doughnuts. Coffee, cream and sugar will be furnished by the P. T. A. Job's Daughters meeting at Masonic Hall at 7:30 p.'m. Council at 7 p. m. Please bring rummage. WSCS meet at the Methodist Church parlor at 2:30 p. m. Devotions will be given by Mrs. Roy To The Women of Indiana! i Fivf Staats. Baptist Missionary Society, Mrs. Riley Adams, Clinton-Terre Haute i ' r I j I Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hollings-worth, It. 2, Clinton, are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday at the home. The infant weighed six and a half pounds and has been named Judith Fay. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lunstrum, 325 North Main are the great-grandparents to a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lanter, Belleville, HI. Saturday, Oct. 7. The infant weighed five pounds and 12 ounces. lr C nof lin I I n Orl J III wU J--JIXI I I in iu As Illustrated $15.00 H0$RITAI road, 1:30 p. m. Congregational supper at the Christian Church at 6:30 p.m. Bring clv-ered dish and table service. Red Cross Surgical Dressing 1-4 p. in. Red Cross Knitting 1 p. m.-4 p. m. Pocahontas Lodge 7:30 p. m. at the hall, buno and euchre at 8 p. m. Friday The Octette Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Marion Southard, Friday, October 13. Noon luncheon will be served, and bunco played. Mystery pals will exchange gifts. Monthly drawing. Friday Literary Circle, Mrs. C. M. White, South Main at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. E. A. Evans will review "What Became of Anna Bolton" by Louis Bromfieid and Mrs. G. Roy Stullz will discuss "The Steep Ascent" by Anne Lindbergh. Happy Go Lucky Bunco Club, Mrs. Harold Boren, South Fourth street, 7:30 p. m. Orange Lodge, 7:30 p. m. Election of officers. Saturday Delta Theta Tau Business meeting and initiation of new pledges in Clinton Hotel at 7:45. Those not planning to attend call Miss Talml Lahtl at 302-W. Other Numbers By TOWN AND COUNTRY MONARCH TOMMY ATKINS In Gabardine, Leather Lined SUEDES GOATSKIN HORSE HIDE Sizes 4 Yrs. To 54 Chest William Earl Lunstrum, 10C0 South Sixth street, was admitted to the county hospital Tuesday as a medical case. Helen Keister, R. 1, Cayuga and Mrs. Mary T. Stark, Rockville were admitted to the county hospital Tuesday as surgical cases. Mrs. Kathryn La Roche and baby. Mulberry street: Mrs. Louise Hill, ROSENBLATT'S i Montezuma and Mrs. Jessie Skid-1 mnn Miilherrv street, were dlsniis- YoU WILL BE the last to let our fighting men down: Then read carefully. The one thing our boys want above all else is to come home to the kind of America they know and love! An America where there's prosperity and jobs for all! It's been said that the Government may simply pay them to stay in the Army and provide work for them in this way! Well, you know that's NOT WHAT OUR BOYS WANT. They want to come home to the girl that's waiting a norma! life that affords the comforts and hap-piness they have fought to save. Those things that mean America. A new refrigerator. Picnics in the country. Church on Sunday. And it's up to US HERE AT HOME to see that our boys DO come back to those things. That's why you are urged to consider this carefully and vote against a FOURTH TERM and those in Indiana who are for a fourth term. Four more year, of getting farther and farther away from the freedoms we're fighting for. Four years of ' Browder, Hillman and Communism. So don't let the boys down. Back them up by casting your vote for THOMAS E. DEWEY. In this way you'll guarantee prosperity and jobs for all, with the kind of America the boys know and love, waiting when they return. To assure this, vote for THOMAS E. DEWEY and the straight Republican ticket. ' 1 1 sed from the county hospital Tues- ! Have a "Coke" Here's your reward CHIUSTIAN' C'HI IU H HI PI'KR Family night will be observed Thursday evening at the Christian Church by the Ladies Bible Class. The supper will be held at 6:30 p. m. in the church basement. This is not the church congregational supper, further plans for this supper will be announced later. Hostesses for the family night supper will be Mrs. McCracken, Mrs. Hutton, Mrs. Sims, Mrs. Ross. Mrs. Goodhue and Mrs. Bridgeman. Major and Mrs. W. A. Wasson and son, Robert Geoffry returned to their home at Memphis, Tenn. after a week's visit with Mrs. Wasson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carlin of route three. Throw Vtnr Scrap Into th Fight! .INDIANA REPUBLICAN STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE J18 Qlaypool Hotel, Indianapolis, Ind. NOTICE MOOSE! ALL MEMBERS ARE lltGEI) TO ATTEND FAMILY NIGHT WED., OCT. 18 At Moose 4'lulirooiiiM ... or being a good neighbor in Nassau Uoderwater exploring in homemade helmets is a novel sport in the West Indies. But the refreshment that's always welcome afterwards is the same as here in the Slates it's ice-cold Coca-Cola. In many lands around the globe you'll hear the friendly invitation Uai t s "Caie" and lie pause thai rejresba has become a symbol of friendliness just as it is in your own home. OTTtfD UNDU AUIHOWTT Of THE COCA-COU COMPANY IT TERRE HAUTE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 1 1 . C.Ji e" Coca-Cola It't natural for popular namea to acquire fnenjfy abbrevia- y I CocCouj called "Cuke".

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