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October 12, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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THE DAIJ.Y;- CI.INTON1AN 16191. Thursday, October J 2, 1914. Page Two if Danville, 111.; Colonel and Mrs Jollglas M. Swisher of Winston Sa em. N. C. and Henry Smith. Cayuga Church Class M&fi; Lions Club Organizes Boy Scout Troop Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star at their seventieth annual convention at Chicago last week. She also attended Eastern Star inspections of the Worthy Grand Afatron of Indiana at East Chicago, Hammond and Mt. Carmel Church Homecoming Near Holds Annual Perrysville Sun. w ith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hise. Howard has seen action in the Pacific area for Beveral months. He is a Marine and this Is the first time lie has been home for several years. Air. und Mrs. John Conrad moved last week to Dayton, Ohio where Mr. Conrad has employment. Mrs. llelle Clark and her Bister. Flora Weatherman are preparing to move in Mrs. Clark's property in Eugene. Mr. und Mrs. Kichard Harlman moved from rooms over the liank Building to the home of Mrs. Hurt man's grandmother. Mr. Harlman Is in the War Department stated Unit Pribble was slightly wounded in Germany. He was slightly wounded twice before in action in France on June 7 and August 28th. Sergeant Pribble has been overseas since January with the infantry and has been in the armed forces since June l!Hu. The October meeting of the Bethany Girls of the Presbyterian Church was held at the home of Airs. Leonne Clark Alonduy night. Airs. Susie Aic-Lain was assistant hostess. Devotionais were in charge of Mrs. Esther Harper. Entertainment was in charge of Misses Daise HoMord and Hazel Fable. The buslnesn session was In charge of the president, Mrs. Helen Mitchell, i'reecedlng the session a covered dish luncheon was served. Mr. and Airs. Robert Watson attended a birthday dinner in honor of Mrs. Watson at the home of her parents. Air. and Airs. Elbert Hazel-wood in Silverwood. Others present for the occasion were Airs. Fermer Sams, Cayuga; Private and Airs. Paul K. Hazelwood and daughter of Little Rock. Ark., Air. and Airs. Sherman Wallace of Cates, Mrs. Lillian Grubbs, Mrs. Philip Grubbs and Airs. Pugh of Silverwood. Mrs. Leonne Clark, Grand Ruth, of the Indiana Grand Chapter of Eastern Star attended the lillinois Ted's a fussy "The Katie," I'errysvllle Hinh School's paiier. niade its first appearance Friday, Oct. 6. Tlie staff working on "The Kanle." are: editor, Rulhellen Gouty: assistant editor, Clarence Turner; business manager,. VMan I'cyion; eireulaiiou Biananer. r'riil Vollmer: typiata, Kl-lan Howard and Virginia Shuninker: aoclatr reporter. Kleanor' Hem:; aporu reporter, Kvereii Wilson and Klroy Wyeroft; literary editor. I)nr-ulby Wood; GAA rei'orter. Veiie-or Brown: advertising inanaciTs. Betty Stuup. Margie C'undll'l and Krsocca Brewer; inlneoKrapli department, Vurue Saltsi-'aver and Hob Uarrigan: urtlsla. Keunard Drake d J.ti6ter Lyons: grade reporter. Allcv Stuup; class reporters, seven-ergoant Stanley Metzaer and wife ol Kingman were Monday afternoon callers on the Rev. J. C. Whitson and wife. SgJ, Metzger is stationed at Ft. Wayne. Jnd. LI. Colonel Douglas M. Swisher tuid wife of Winston Salem. N. C uent Sunday wilii his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jiyard Swisher. Col. Swisher la in the A. A."l. Third r'lialil Bervice region and his work covers air fields of five states. He is mov-fif (o 18 N. La Salle Street in Chicago to be nearer his work. The 22nd home com in k of til. 0armel Church, eajt of I'errysville, From where One in Esther Curless found a tramp asleep in the hammock in her apple orchard, and she didn't hesitate a minute. She grabs a rolling pin-and the last they saw of him, the tramp was making' dust tracks to the state line. "It ain't only (hat I tlon't like laziness' says Esther, " 'specially in wartime. It's that that particular hummock is Ned's hammock and Ned's flgliHii' for it overseas!" Then she shows us Ned's last letter where he says: "I keep dreiiming of my hammock in the V. I to The J.uyul Wuinon's Ciass of the Hiristiuii Church held their October mewing Wednesday evening at the hum' of Mrs. Nina llollon. A fried chicken di liner wan served after which the businenn meeting wan held with .Urn. Hernlce Foster, president, in charge. Devotional! were jiiveii by Mrn. He bit Jlainmand. Corneals and men were in charge uf Mr. Ninu llolton and AHks Cladyu Samuels. Prizes were jdven lo Mrs. iieba iiani-niand, Airs. Verna Tyler and Airs. Alma Hohhlns. The Noenibei- meeting will be held at (he home of Mrs. Karl jianiinand. The entertainment committee will he Airs. Alarsaret Ma- lone and Airs, ( elia Adams. Alva Sprouls, veteran Cayuga (tairma. und his son. Kenneth, have formed a partnership, effective Ocipbej- 1st for the purpose of more effectively carrying on the business. T b ey hat e a 1 rea d y i n v rea sed their hord and will continue to add more covs. I he enlargement oi the Hproul dairy will do much to increase the supply of raw milk as the only other available supply for Cayuga is pasteurized milk. Kennelh Sprouls is a veteran of World War II and before bis enlistment was employed by his father. After receiving a medical discharge 1e worked for several months at the Wabash Jtjver Ordnance riant aud in August reyigned hit; job to help his father in the dairy business. 11c is married to the former Helen Samuels aud they have one son, Dennis, eighteen months old.. Members of the Cayuga Mods Club funning the newly organized troop committee of (lie Cayuga scout troop lieid their first regular meeting Monday night at the town hall. Fred Por ter was appointed chairman of the committee, Herman Kuhns will have charge of educational activities and advisor to the senior scout patrol. Frank ICartley is parent contact member and is advisor of a cub pack for boyg nine to twelve years of age. Howard Mitchell is finance member and Robert Watson activities member. An overnight hike will be held soon, a court of honor and a parents night is being planned. Mrs. Celia Adams was hostess on Tuesday afternoon to (lie Missionary Society of the Christian Church. The devotionais were given by Mrs. Grace Sprouls. tyiss Mary Ann O'Donnell left Friday for Des Moines, Iowa where she will start her basic training. She recently joined 'the Air WAC. She spent last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Airs. Kvorett O'Donnell. Prior 'to her joining the WACS whe was employed at Gary. Sjrs. Dora Vaun Received word Friday from her son, Sgt. Floren Waiin. had landed in the states and is now at New York at a hospital. Sgt.""Wann was injured last June aud has "tieen in IfiolioSpital "since. Howard .HIs$ arrived here last week for a thirty-seven day furlough housekeeper armed forces. x Air. and Mrs. Lawrence Congleton received word from their son, William Congleton that he had completed his thirty-Becond mission over German territory and would be home soon. Miss Mary Kllen Jones of Indi anapolis spent the weekend with her parents, Air. and Mrs. Thomas Jones. Miss I.uciile Nelson of Cairo, 111. is here visiting Air. and Mrs. John fiilmore and other friends. Miss Nelson formerly owned and conducted the Green Shingle until a few months ago. Airs. Mazie Saunders of Ann Harbor. Mich, came Saturday and will spend her vacation visiting friends. Mrs. Helen Jordan and children spent several days visiting with her sister and family, Mr. and Mr. John Moore at Newport. Misses 'Lucille Nelson, Olive Ma Donald; Henrietta Gillis, Alary Ellen Jones and Mrs. Janin Julian spent Saturday evening In Terre Haute and attended a movie there. ATisH Fanny Bone was brought home from St. Elizabeth Hospital, Danville, Wednesday after being a patient there since July 1st. Her condition is slightly improved. Mrs. Aiargaret Malone is carUig for her. Mrs. Flora Weatherman, " A1rs. Belle Clark and Mr. and Airs. Ward Swaim of Danville, 111., spent Sunday with relatives in Prairieton, Ind. Mr. und Mrs. Forest Hise and son Howard spent Sunday with Airs. Hise's brother and family, Air. and Mrs. Roland Holroyd and daughter at Paxton, III. The lesson on the American Indian was presented by Mrs. Iva Jordan assisted by Mrs. Grace Kircholf and Airs. Ethel Laughlin. Airs. Jordan and Mrs. Laughlin were appointed to make arrangements for World Day of Communion on November 3rd. Refreshments were served by the hostess to Airs. Grace Kfrchoff, Olive Gritfis, Alary Morgan. Grace Sprouls, Iva Jordan. Ethel Laughlin and Eulaiie Donald. The November meeting will be held at the Collett home with All's. Iva Jordan as hostess. Tech, Sgti Donald Pribhle,- son of Airs. Reica Pribble! has been wounded the third time in action, according to word received by his mother last week. The message from the Gary. Less Horsfs The supply of horses on farms declined, during 1943, for the 29th consecutive year. The number dropped to 9.330,0X0 head at the beginning of 1044 from 9,675,000 a year ago and from 21,431,000 at the beginning of 1915 when the downward trend began. The number of mules on farms have declined for 19 consecutive years. There were 3,559,000 mules on farms on January 1, 1944, as compared with 3,704,000 a year ago and with the peak of 5,918,000 in 1925. Men, Women!. Old at 40,50,60! Need Pep? Want to Feel Younger, More Vim? talilv, oicly Ufriiusc body la' kft iron. Osirex Tonlej T ...n,l,.ri,-. (rnTi.nJir lwlllm. fl. DOW (WW lit I feel iw'ypy, yeare younger. Try Oatrex ToniTat-' lew today. Low costl Introductory size erv Jacl M till kkh! driifr, fetorm vry w btrre. In rihtliMi at .il(U I'IurirUM-. SAVI ALL YOUR WASUPAPim Thrill ' slink lip your pantry fill' Hill'lT. Vnu'll llii'l that hy trailing at Ihcsi' lnral iiH'rrhanlK you ran savi', mil only on inline', lint also on points mill you'll he Mm-, mo, Hint you're Ui'llinU top quality. You'll llml Unit every Koes farther- 2 can 15c 29c tJlMERSPlfll Pi lbs. S1.23 fAiaicWPRIDl m Pancake Flour Speaking of women being particular about cleanliness! Ted, who brads up our ire cream making, is a regular fuss-budget! t'very utensil we uwe must be sparkling clean and t lie whole place neat as a pin. Scaliest products im ik t pans a double inspection for purity our own and tlie Scaliest Laboratory inspections. Tbe result 't Well, just you try Scaliest lee Cream! C10VERLEAF CREAMERIES, INC., HUNTINGTON, INDIANA IJO.VT MISS JOAN DAVIS IN T1IK SKAl I KS'l' VII.I.AGK STOHK I'HOfillAM THURSDAYS, B:M) I'M., VTI.W , Mr. and Mrs. John Cook had as their quests for Sunday, the former's niece. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Campbell and children of Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert lianenian of Danville und Mrs. Corven Allen were Sunday evening quests of Mr. and Mrs. Itaymond Snoddy. Mr. and Mrs. John Cook spent a few days with their duunhter. Mr and Mrs. Le Hoy Crowder near Covington the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Allen reports her son. 1'rlvute James it. Allen is still on Ouhu. one of the Hawaiian Islands and he has met with another of his home friends, llendul Johnson. Mrs. Merle Newkirk of I'oUnnton.: has returned home after spending several days visiting her aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Anderson. ' llussell Nale and wife were woek-i end guests of his mother, Mra. K111- nia Nale. Mrs. Daisy Sproulds and Mrs. Jennie Mitcutd attended the Home Kcti- noinics Leaders meeting In Newport recently. Mrs. A. 1.. Smith returned home Friday evening after visiting with relatives and friends in Cincinnati and Hamilton. Ohio. Indianapolis. Ind.. and Danville, III., for several weeks. A large delivery of Hed Cross ma tenal for sewing has been received by Mrs. M. M. Anderson. This material will be dMdcd between i'errysville, llileysburg and Gessie. Anyone wishing lo help with the Hed Cross work Ib asked to see their local chairmen. Mrs. Gladys Prather Is chairman for llileysburg; Mrs. Ada Kelch for Gessie and Mrs. Anderson, Perrysville. The n. S. O. drive slarled In this township on Monday with a full crop of solicitors. Will Myers Is the town ship chairman, Forrest Cossey. war fund treasurer. The township quota Is $1.IHO.OO, which Is t'iOQ above the uuota of last year. Mr. and Mrs. CorU Jones have returned from a business trip to Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Mitchell and Mrs. Minnie Spandaw were recent guests of friends In Crawfordsvillc. th, Elizabeth Jackson; eighth, Pat-tie Monroe; ninth, Barbara Spark. 'i; loth, Annie Holycross: 11th, Jenn Hunna; and 12th, Donald Strawser. Officers for the high school Dramatics Club were recently elected. Clarence Turner was elected president: Kathleen Saro, vice president; and Donald Strawser. secretary. Private John Paul Jones Is spending a ten day furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Jones aud sister, Mrs. Cecil Shutter. Pvt. Jones is being transferred from Camp Hood, Tex., to Camp Buckner, N. C. Flight Officer Keith Lewis und wife are spending a seven day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lewis. He is being transfarred from Hobbs. New Mexico to Lincoln. Neb. He eictS'to Hy a B-K- and'to soon be sent out for overseas duly. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Prather and daughter. Coral, and Mrs. Clyde Hodges went to Danville. Monday evening to hear K. Stanley Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Byard Swisher were business callers in Cayuga Monday morning. ' Mrs. H. M. (iebbink was shopping in Danville Tuesday morning. Mrs. Paulino Gebbink and little daughter have moved Into the Cox property recently purchased by Mrs. Keith Wilson. Mrs. Gebblnk's husband is somewhere in France. Mr. and Mrs. Donald llowcttand children of Anderson, Ind.: and Miss Florence Jones of Chicago were weekend guests of Mr. und Mrs. John Jones. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carpenter a ad daughter, Mrs. flalph Fnurett, were Sunday guests of Hie former's daughter, Mtb. Ralph Letts and family of Tipton, Ind. A lai-ge crowd attended the fireman's meeting In the Legion Hall Monday evening. Joseph Mahoney and Joseph fiudd. deputy fire mar-shall of Indianapolis were the speakers and talked on fire prevention and fin fighting apparatus. Perrysville high school band furnished the music. An executive meejing will be held Wednesday afternoon, Oct. IS at 2.-30 p. nil) in the tiessle Church lo arrange for t ho district convention of Heliglous Fducntiou. Pastors. Superintendents, and all other district officers aud others w ho may be interested aro asked to be present at the meeting. , Dailey Chapel Mm. Kilna Hh.'iilli'y and Mi'h. Martha. (Iraw'H hiii! ilailKliti'r of Nilliia HjH'lit 1'rkiiiy with Ml. Hi'l'lnaii Hux-riiril. Mr. iiinl Mrs. I-'iihIit llraner unit ilutmhlt'l'. Jniiiui Hpi'lll till' wei'iiend Willi their mm. Iluhliy llniiii'l- ill llivstl I.aki'R Training Station. Mrs .Mi'lhl'il U'unlf uf CovIiikIiiii mill l.ois Trout Mere k'H'SIs uf Mi'h. linih Dirkry. Thiirmlny. Mr. a nd Mrs. Down swick mul sons siM'iit Friday evening with Mr. j and .Mrs. Lester Davis in Ilosedaie. I -Miss Joann nraner was mi over-1 ninht Kiiest uf Mias Doris Jic.Miillen I in Ilosi'ilah' Thursday. ! Mrs. Ina .Mae Tulin and Mrs. 1'au-1 hue Hohson of Koi kville isiled I'aui Holisoii who is a patient in nines Hospital, In Chicago Sunday. -Mr. and Mrs. Miliuer Iliixfnrd spent Sunday evening illi .Mr. and -Mrs. Kayniond Hrown and family. Mrs. Ethel Newton of near Terre Haute and James (Irey of Hookville were dinner suesls of .Mr. and .Mrs Allen I'ral and family Sunday. - Mrs. Homer I.ear spent Mondny with her father, f'harles Shoemaker at Mecca. Inleresfing Social New, Everyday was held Sunday wilii a pood attendance. A basket dinner was Berved at the noon hour in the church yard. Hev. J. C. Whitson gave the afternoon address, his topic being. Memories." and a committee for the next year was appointed. Those serving on the committee are: Mrs. Jean Simpson. Mrs. Le Itoy Mcrrltunu and Mrs. Hay Simmons. The Lowes Chapel Ladies Aid Society held their regular meeting on Thursday with Mr. Margaret lira hood near Veederabnrg. Mra. Ora-hood. formerly Margaret Skinner of this community. us an active member of (Ills society until her marriage a few years ago. The trip was made In the old picnic way. C. V Mitchell took most of the guests In bis farm truck filled with straw. Fourteen members enjoyed the pot luck dinner alter which I lie regular devotional and business session was held Mrs. Oraliond provided contests for those attending. The following men were dinner guests. C. .Mitchell, llrell Toby and Joe Fish-buck. Mrs. Minnie I'ov will be Hie lle.Nt hostess. Air. and Mrs. Raymond Shoddy entertained several guests at their home Friday In honor of I heir nephew, Jimniie Snoddy'a birth anniversary. Those present were, the honor guest and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Snoddy. Mr. and Mra. Frank Jester. Mrs. Leah (Joff and daughter, Murilyu, Miss Coral I'rath-er and Norman Adams. Mr. and Mrs. liyard Swisher entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter's birth anniversary. (Itiesls were the daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Thomas, and Miss Ina Ingersoll sit ... Joe Marsh Less Tramp Our Town orchard, with Rag lying underneath, and a cool glass of heer beside me." A soldier's picture of honief The little friendly pleasures lb.it lie misses so! From where I sit, Kstlier's mighty riirhl in wauling to defend those "little things" from nil intruders. They're among the tilings our men look forward to returning the things we want to keep intact for them. 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