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Page Three (ftftB 0X11 CLINTON1AN Thursday, October 12, 1944. age tests. The bags should be kept off a concrete floor by boards or ents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Botner. J Newport Literary Club Has October with Norman Chestnut, also 15, and The automobile which struck them was driven by an Indiana I'nlvcisity co-ed. Miss Mary Jane Mct'arty, 21, of Indianapolis. straw for safe storage. Robert Carmichael of Great Lakes was called home because of the Quaker News j death of his uncle, Andrew Kennedy Meeting at Payton s; Other News of Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Withers have day with Mr1, and Mrs. V. N. Asbury Members of the Driftwood Liter returned after a pleasant trip to Stockland, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Frank ; Interest i Rev. Anna Smith Meets ! With Missionary Club; Nichols Entertain Guests ary Club were entertained by Miss Nancy Lewis at the country home of her niece, Miss Lois Payton, near Idaho, are therefore expected in this area. Commercial storage -space is at a premium because of government demands, points out the Kroger executive. Last year many carloads of potatoes were lost because of lack of proper storage facilities. Kroger customers assured themselves of winter supplies by buying at digging time in the fall. More than six tons or potatoes were soid in the average Kroger store in this month lust full. Storage of potatoes n the home requires a cool, dark and fairly moist room with ample ventilation. They keep best at about iu degree? temperature. Jean Allen of the Kroger Food Foundation reports from stor Moore of Gary, Ind. are now guests in the Withers home. Mrs. Moore is Boy. Dies From Injuries In Car-Bicycle Crash INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. Fifteen-year-old Fred Hood, of Bloomington, died today in Robert Long Hospital in llidiuuupolis where he was brought following an automoliile-bieycle crush in Dlooiningtoii, Oct. ID. According to a police report, the youth wub riding double on a bicycle was dueling downhill without lights at the time or the accident. Chestnut was less seriously injured. How To Hold FALSE TEETH " " More Firmly In Place V yuiir fnlse Uoth annoy and eiu-l:irr:i!g by clipping, ili'M'i'iiis; ur walj-IrlhiB wlw'n you eur, IimijjIi or tiilk? .lust (ijinnlilc 11 lit) It; 1 AS J'J:I;t1I ou your pjil.s. This ;ill.;ili:if (H'Ui-.m iili xjhiI.T ljil! f.ilsc ti'i-ih iv.orc Jii-jiily mid more .iiiiroil.iljlv. Nu if mil my. pmi-y, nty (iixtf or Jt'flinif. I nut sour. t'J'f-Uil "lhili .i.l.ii'" (iiYiilun- l.n-:iMi). :t bAti-itMlny nt iy ilmj,' mn: a sister of Mrs. Withers. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer King have returned from a visit with their son Clinton Monday evening. Mrs. John Plckell, president, presided over the business meeting. Responses to roll call were items of in-lereat concerning the Pacific Islands Mr. and Mrs. Robert N'ichols lied Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller near r'ni Hill Kina. who is stationed In ! CatHn, III. one day recently. a caiuo in Florida. Members of the club voted 2.00 to Carolyn Cooke of near Dana In I Mrs. George Bain has returned vlstltng at the home of her rand Barents, Mr. and Mrs. V. I). Cooke the War Fund Drive. During the meeting Mrs. M. C. Wiaains spoke on the urgent need home after having been callea to aoiuhern Illinois because of the death of her mother. fnr hlood donors. Mrs. Mortimer Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Myers of Monlezuma and Mr. and Mrs. George Robertson of Newport were dinner Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Doan received a letter last week from their son, Cpl. Chas. Doan, who la a U. 8. Mall Clerk for the army in Persian Gulf Command. He states that he en loved the trip to the mountains ai.il to the Caspian Sea. Lewis Btressed the need for help with the sewing of kit bags for servicemen over seas and Mrs. Harry Hawkins ask for more volunteer knitters. Mrs. Edward Moore was taken in as a new member of the club. Mrs. J. N. Jones reviewed the book, "Lost Island," written by James Norman Hall, and Mrs. Hawkins and Mrs. Jones sang two numbers, "Little Old Garden," and "Margarita". They were accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Pickell. Mrs. Frank Stout vacationed with guests with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nichols, Tuesday. Mrs. Victor Hess and mother, Mrs. Amy Jordan of near St. IJernlce called on Mrs. Robert Nichols, Wednesday. Mr. and Mis. B. C. Cooke were Jn Terre Haute, Thursday. The Missionary Society met Thursday with Rev. Anna Smith. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Moore visited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. WV F. Ellis in Rockville, Sunday afternoon. relatives for two weeks in and near Vlncennes. Ind. Mrs. Carrie Steiner Foltz enjoyed a two weeks vacation with relatives in Marlon and Anderson, Ind. Mrs. Bert Bush had as guests re. cently Mrs. Raymond Seipman and Following the meeting and pro- daughter of Jasonville, Ind. eram. the hostess assisted by Miss Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Nichols of . The St. Bernlce Home Economics Club held the September meeting at Payton served delicious refreshments. Four guests were present at Marshall visited his parents, Mr. and MrB. Robert Nichols one day last week. Vs. 11 sjjirfi Jrtmrn the home of Mrs. Theodore Henman The meeting was postponed one the meeting. Miss Mary Shipman Mrs. Edward Moore, Miss Rose Johnson and Miss Payton. Mrs. F. D. Cooke hasn't been so f , ,r well the past week. week because of the death of Hehman's aunt in Hume, 111. Mrs. Herbert Pueschner who has and family of this city. Mrs. V. N. Asbury of Newport is spending this week in South Bend. Ind., visiting her son, Joe Asbury and family. Mrs. Artie Holton, a former resident of Newport who Is now employed at Danville, III., spent Tuesday In this city visiting Mrs. Margaret Con-ley. Miss Norma Cooper who Is taking ber nurses' training in the Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, spent the weekend with Miss Virginia Asbury of Newport. Miss Cooper at one time lived in Newport and attended school here. Members of the Mission study group of the Methodist W S. C. S. held their regulur meeting at the home of Mrs. C. E. Beebee Tuesday night. Mrs. Julia Nixon had charge of the devotions and Miss Blanche Eggleston gave an interesting discussion of "Mayalsla," during the meeting. A group of miscellaneous Items were also given by Mrs. E. E. Neel, Mrs. Fern Holllngsworrh, Mrs. Nixon and Mrs. Beebee. Mr. and Mrs. 'Ralph Adams and daughter, Betty, spent Saturday in Clinton shopping. MrB. Adams remained In that city until Sunday evening and visited friends and relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. George K. Jones of Kankakee, III., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Jones of Newport. Mrs. Grace Dootey spent Sunday in Clinton attending a movie. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Nixon of Newport spent Sunday evening in Dana. Major aqd Mrs. George Carpenter of Linsberg, Kan., are the parents of a daughter born Oct. 9 in the Sa-lina Hospital. The Infant weighed six pounds and has been named Connie Lou. Mrs. Carpenter was the former MIbs Sarah Sawyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sawyer of Newport. They have two other children, George and Betty Sue. Mrs. Marjorie Jones and small son, Michael, of Champaign, III., returned to their hortie in that city Wednesday after spending several days with Mrs. Jones' parentB, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Jones of this city. . Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Rein and son, Bill, of Newport were Mr. and Mrs. John Rein of Danville, Ind., Mrs. Morris Rein and two daughters, Barbara and Jackie Jo, of Muncie, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wiser and Charles Spencer of Judson, Ind., and Miss Lela Spencer of Rockville. Mrs. Burlln Ray gave the lesson Robert Nichols and wife visited their daughter, Mrs. Opal Walthall and family and Mr. and Mrs. George on "Reclaiming our Wardrobe. been visiting with her mother, Mrs Roy Foremen and family of Newport, returned to ber home in Clarks- Mrs. John Forehand had charge of the devotional. The next meeting ville. Ark., Thursday. She will Join will be with Mrs. O. M. Kuhns. Robertson, recently. Fred Hugg and family were shopping in Danville, 111., Saturday evening. Bert Nichols and wife of Muncie, her husband who is attending school there. "' Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Eggleston, Mrs. Niamo Bell and Mrs. Carl From birth, these hanov. healthy twins viBited his brother and wife here Nadzelki, all of Terre Haute, were Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Cooke attend r --11-,- , have thrived on Ceumry Club Evaporated Milk. It's homogenized . . easy to digest . . extra vita Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Eggleston end daughter. ed a birthday dinner Sunday for Mrs. Cooke and Hazel Vedders at Summit Grove News and Notes Mrs. Helt Hostess to Salem WSCS; Dickeys Entertain Sunday Guests Miss Blanche Eggleston, all of New port. for infant the latter's home near Broadlands, III. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stewart and family of Newport cooking. v I Ol? mm u added, rraisea i Snffjy J ta" cans zoo feedin9-fr cffee nd min D added. Praised were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Layman of Hymera, Ind. Mrs. Nellie Potts, Mrs. Belle Heg- The Salem W. S. C. S. met with Mrs. Flora Helt, Thursday afternoon HOT-DATED COFFEE 3 i'i 59c There were eight members and one arty and MIbs Bertha Weatherman of Kingman spent Tuesday in Terre Haute.1 Herschel Pollard of Potomac, III., spent the weekend with his sister, St. Bernice Current News Guests Noted in Local Homes in Fast Week; Other News and Events guest attended the meeting. DRIED PRUNES : Large Size 2 Hag 3 I 0 SSgt. Loyad E. Heskett arrived Friday from Ogden, Utah for a 15 day furlough. He Is visiting with his EATMOIiE ENRICHED Lb 17c SPOTLIGHT MARGARINE NAVY BEANS Mrs. Guy Lee and family of south of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hes (JIM. I) MIOIlAI. Kitchen Tested Flour 25,1: SI. 15 5 a.8 46c CHOICE MICH. kett. Mrs. Roger Kushe of Gainsville, Texas left Monday morning for Lexington, Ky., the home of her par Mf. and Mrs. Clyde Jones have been to Battle Creek, Mich, to visit their son, Pfc. Homer Jones who has Avomlale FI.Ol'K All Purpose . ents, after spending a week here with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and been transferred from an American Windsor 2 Lb. Club Box 69c aw CHEESE SPREAD " Hospital in England to Michigan af- Mrs. Frank Heskett. Newport. Mrs. Fred Sanders of Newport spent Wednesday in Cayuga shopping and visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Daisy Beardsley. Mis. C. M. Hegarty of Newport and Mrs. James Swango of Terre Haute, spent from Wednesday until Sunday visiting in Chicago, 111. Mrs. H. M. Crooke of Newport spent the weekend with Mrs. Robert Cannon of Ridgefarm, 111., a former resident of Newport. ' Corporal Sam D. Chipps of George Field, 111., spent the weekend with his mother Mrs. Beulah Chipps of ter having been wounded in combat KIMMJO, 100 n l,l. CMii Yellow American Cheese Mr. and Mrs. Preston Little of Plalnfield, Ind. visited with Mrs. Lit Pure Vretallt! W f ill. WT6 Shortening , Embassy Jnr stay Smooth anil I reauiy Vt Lb. (ilass BLUE LABEL 14c KARO SYRUP tle's father, Homer Smock, Saturday. Mrs. Luella Davis left Monday evening for a few days visit at the home of her son Lester Davis, Rosedale. Hitler Will Turn Full Fury Loose On German People (Continued from page 1 ) . Tomato HOIT n Hl-Oz. 2 ,40c PEANUT BUTTER 25c Mrs. Davis', granddaughter, the former Miss Freda Davie, arrived from Of America , Ja Newport. ('HinnhcU's -- fans Attorney and Mrs, M. C. Wiggins California for a short visit with her . J'oint Free Xmv' . ( li.U KKHS ' 'Uii'Jfli ' Salted Holla's H Wesi'O relatives In Rosedale. SSgt. Loyad E. Heskett, Marga CLOCK BREAD 2 EE 19e and son, Kenneth, and MrB. Wiggins' niece, Miss Mary Beth Thomas, attended the Illinois-Purdue game at Champaign, 111., Saturday. ret Hestett and their cousin, Mrs. . in France. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hehman : are enjoying a week's vacation with t their Bon-In-law and daughter, Mr. I and Mrs, Kenneth Taylor and clill- ? dren of St. Clairsville, Ohio. - Mrs. Cassell Kuhus of Chicago . was here' to attend the funeral of ! her aunt, Mrs. Joe Porter. i Bob Wright of Camp Van Dorn, ; Miss. Is visiting his parents, Mr. and . Mrs. Joe Wright for fifteen days. Miss Bonnye Jones is the house ; guest of Miss, Helen Harvey of Lln-i ton, Ind. ; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hess and son Bobby of Terre Haute visited the former's sisters, Mrs. Herschel Doan .and Mrs. Carl Ditto and families. ;Mrs. Betty Gallatin Trogus of Indl . anapolis spent the week end with ; their parents. j Miss Minnie Bodle of Anderson en-! Joed a four day vacation with her mation obtained here, is ready to order the German people to battle the Roger Kushe, visited Sunday after Allies at every street and every Attorney J. W. Carithers, M. J. noon with Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Heskett and chlldern in Hillsdale!. bush and to yield no ground Inside lllu Smith (iltKK.N HKAXH No. 2 Cut SlrinKliss C(h 120 the Fatherland. ' Peterson, ForreBt Mack and Frank Jester all attended the Illinois-Purdue game at Champaign, 111., last Country Club ItOI.I.KII OATS 48 Oz. QMm Quick or Iti giilar I'kg. fctp Country CJtili Mr. and Mrs. Chester Dickey and (( I I" gf Guerilla Bands Form San-Co llranil Whole family of Rosedale were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Dickey's mother, Roaming guerilla bands by the Saturday afternoon. AI'lil.'OTS Xo. hundreds would flee to woods and Mrs. Sarah Short of Georgetown, Cnn 21 0 till Points villages and continue the fight in any area occupied by Allied troops, 111., spent the weekend with her aunt Mrs. Ida Moore and family of New 110 150 t'OHV Fl, AliKS (iiant It llig HerviiBgs -I'kg. Wulilni-r Toilet TISSI H A Hulls ,-() Sheets W Choice Norllici'ii port. She returned to her home Mon according to the plan. The Nazi war machine, meanwhile, Mrs. Martha Dickey. Mrs. Nola New-!ome and Mrs. Mary Hall artd daughter of Clinton were alsd dinner guests there. Mrs. Viola Ferguson left Thursday to spend several days with her daughter, Mrs. E. E. Carpenter in Terre Haute. hkvvs e ii. Aft- Xn IMs. Heijnlii'il W linn taj day afternoon. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Connor. Other visitors in the Connor home has conscripted 16-year-old boys to serve as cannon fodder for the winter while Hitler's helpers organize for their battle to the death. 5 a i SI. 50 FRUIT CAKE 'Qi!ty Made were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Northup and Mrs. Minnie Northup of Terre Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Owens of Terre Haute were Sunday dinner Haute. Xo. 21 Cnn 160 guests of the latter's sister, Mrs I'lti lT COCKTAIIj 1 M. jq MIsh Ciililiiriiiii Can Iwp Cpl. Charles Dunn and wife of KI'IXACII elsnns CATSIT Rose Heskett and Mr. Heskett. Oth Already listed as ugly forerunners of the lengths to which the cornered Nazis are willing to go in saving their own necks from the noose a few months longer are the sadistic orders from Hitler's Gestapo. QXMjY I ' POUCHASE Of 11 (. IMA Camp McCoy, Wis. are the guests of Cpl. Dunn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al'l'l.tt SAI'CU 2(1 O. 130 t6 er callers at the Heskett home Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Claude McDowell of Hillsdale. I ditties J iii-ksnii MltKHI'IniftllH - KROGER'S COUNTRY CLUB SODA CRACKERS Jesse Dunn, Miss Frances Dunn, who is employed in Bedford, is also spending a few days with the fam Cooperation Means DPiith Miss Margaret Heskett, grade yt. 230 lilXSil ur OWIIDI, Larue 1'arl.awe 270 HOT I'tilTKKti Kliosiiinums teacher -at Homer, HI. came Friday fresh! Crisp! 16c evening to spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ily. : Jimmy Botrier, who was operated on for appendicitis In the Vermillion County Hospital, is convalesc- Heskett.' Miss Heskett and her coll sin Mrs. Roger Kushe shopped in lb. 27c Grade "A" Quality 5 Points a Pound CHUCK ROAST Himmler has warned that any German In occupied Reich territory who cooperates with the Allies will be found dead. German Judges pronouncing a verdict against a German on behalf of the Allies will be crlicified, he said. All of ihls, however, Is hiirdly new as far as Hitler and his cohorts are concerned. Their bloodcurdling statements predicting Hit ; ing nicely at the home of his par- Terre Haute Saturday afternoon. Haves food 2PniTVTl RMP Lb. AC- POLLOCK FILLETS Lb. AF. I li23c Scientific packaging has cut losses of food for the army to a small frac Mrs. Lou Morrison of California and A. J. Huxford of Newport, spent Sunday in Indianapolis visiting Mr. Huxford's son, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Huxford. v Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ty Sullivan and family of Newport were: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Owens and daughter, Marshla, and Miss Alice Barcley, all of Hoopston, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Lane Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Hollle Martin, all of Cayuga, and Mr. Martin's father of Per-rysville were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ellis of west of Newport. Mrs. Belle Hegarty arid C. M. Hegarty and son, Harvey, all of Newport and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jackson of Tere Haute spent Sunday in Indianapolis visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fultz. Mrs. Ola English of Newport spent from Thursday until Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Mattle llrown of Cayuga. Brown and daughter, MrB. Dowars and son, and brother-in-law, Bill Collier of Humrlck, Ind., spent Saturday In Danville visiting Mrs. Brown's daughter who has Just returned home from the hospital following a mapor operation. She Is reported to be recovering. MIbs Evadna Rose Bpent the weekend with Miss Beverly Arrasmlth of Newport. Friday guests of Mrs. Ella P. Hall were Miss Bess and LesBle Lauhan of Crawfordsvilln, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Trusler were the guesls of Mrs, Idu Moore and ler would either fulfill his so-called Fresh Ground Point Free LlfV Frozen Fish - JNo waste For Loaves or Patties Fancy Grade "A" BONELESS PERCH ' Lb. AA. VEAL ROAST Lb. Really Delicious - Get Some Now rjv Shoulder . Pmt Free 25c tion of former proportions, says office of war information. Only about one-tenth as much army food is lost out of the average consignment now as at the beginning of the war. Newly developed protective coatings are an important factor in sealing many types of containers and their contents against moisture and corrosion which would result in damage or ruin to the contents. II & G WHITING Or Jaek Salmon f'Mi PURE HOG LARD "150 CATFISH Channel Kull llicsse.l " 400 mission as Europe's messiah or would perish in death and ruin were sounded both before and after 1938. The Hitler men, thus far, have been thwarted In efforts to carry oilt their threats. The Allied blitz trio General Bradley, Montgomery and Patlon gave them nn time, either In France or Belgium. Hitler, however, hopes to gain time now for a great final stand (hat will result In a hlood buth Inside Germany s reign of death and terror unequalled since the days iljs YOU'LL i SC AGREE j jL- that our S lreW CHILI 5 j! . Ol'R IIOMKMADK IKS '! . French KrieN, Saiitlu lilies, J J Coffee, Ice Cream, Soft Drinks 5 j SPEED GRILL !; ' DRIVE-IN 5 ' ', North Main Street S MWAWWWWAWWvVi l,h. 150 II. S. SELECTED NO. X GOLDEN GRIMES APPLES 4 lbs. 29c Dr. G. R. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Ray 23514 Blackman of At Ilia and (ihenghls Khan. BUSHEL $3.25 family last Wednesday. Hull. I. ITHi III.AI) I I I I I ( i: .ue- I I 4 Short Commercial Space Spurn Home Potato Storage Home storage of potatoes now at harvest time is urged by E. P. Rob lleml I I V Mrs. Elver Newlln and duughter, Marilyn, spent Saturday In Terre Haute shopping. 60-Size Tokay (ill AI'KS 2 '' Jjjg Teniler CIlMors - i Stl lll.KSS OltAVfilS Caliliiiiila KunklM All Sizes (iHKKX CAItllA(ilO $1.39 4H Mi. Halt l.l 550 ertson, branch manager or the Kroger Grocery and Baking Company at Mi. Si Spei iill till' Mukluu hrant liny Xn ! i:i.i:uv, Mirh. Liu.-, in. Teniler, Crisp Stalk IUv 50 Siveet I'OTATOKS M. Nancy Hulls Terre Haute. With a large national crop and limited commercial storage space In the country, he points out that housewives can save themselves some money now by purchasing potatoes by the sack snd also they will be aiding In conserving AUTO CLASS Let us replace your broken glass before cold weather SEE US NOW ERNIE'S 39c S3. 39c POTATO ES i cmpp.wM Too ,riag Mrs. Lou Morrison of Long Beach, Calif., spent the weekend with A. J. Huxford of Newport. Mrs. Frank Ford of Sterling, 111., spent several days this Week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mitchell of Newport. Mrs. Dora Harger, Mrs. Nelle Walt and Mrs. Omar McMasters; all of Newport, spent Tuesday in Danville, 111. V. N. Asbury of Newport returned home Wednesday after spending a few days in Sooth Dakota, pheasant hunting. Mrs. MorMmer Lewis of Newport spent Friday and Saturday in Frank-tort, Ind., visiting her husband who is employed In that city. Sidney Asbury and Miss Betty Haywood of Indianapolis spent Suu- this rood which is a mainstay on American tables everywhere. Federal crop estimates point to a crop of 378 million bushels, not so large as in 1943, but still about 15 million bushels above average. Drouth conditions have resulted in Clinton Phone 8 South Main short crops in the north central and midwest states. Many carloads from big producing areas, like Maine and I

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