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THE DAILY. CLINTONIAN Thursday, October 12, 1944. ' rise and re-educate themselves to decency. Allien tit lie "Toil Dolt" jyyY (grin AfricanB and East Indians. He added that there are also tombut teams made up of Americans of Japanese ancestry irno came from Hawaii. All of this, he said, provides "an effec 4& Clinton Social Notes Tburaasv Christian Church choir practice. 7:30 p. m. at the church. Gen. Eisenhower placed continuing . emphasis on the. fact that Allied soldiers in Germany will be I conquerors in (he truest sense of the I -.1 Mill -nft nrjmicolv nnlttA Roosevelt Calls For World-Wide Peace Organization (Continued from page 1) economic and political all over the world." The President contrasted conditions of transportation and time when Columbus first crossed the At Mrs. Murray Entertains Builder's Class Recently The Builder's Class of the Fair-view Methodist Church met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Murray Wednesday evening with fifteen members present. During the business meeting plans were made for a Halloween party to be held Oct. 28. An election of officers was held with Mrs. Hazel Foltz as president; Mrs. Ernest Dixon, vice-president; Mrs. Mildred Gross, secretary - treasurer; Miss Lleanor Murray, flower fund; Mrs. Charlotte Dixon, historian, and Mrs. Mayme Smith, reporter. tive answer to the false .Nazi clai of 'Nordic superiority'. " M Allies to Enter Keich as Victors; Gen. Eisenhower 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, PocahontaB JUodge 7:30 p. m. at the hall, buno and euchre at $ p. m. and considerate, but definitely top dog. i If the Germans want to talk to ua, the General said, they will have tp speak our language. Gen. Eisenhower would not predict when (lie war might end despite liis fullest confidence in victory and he stressed that'bitter fighting and loss of much blood Btill lie ahead. Anyone who believes otherwise, lie said, is guilty of the wishful thinking of inanity. (Continued Lorn page 1) lantic to discover the western hemisphere with the rapid development University and Indiana State Teachers College prior to entering the Army in May, 1942. He has been serving with the U. S. Medical Corps lor the past 23 months in the Southwest Pacific. The newly married couple will leave today on a Bhort wedding trip. Pfc. and Mrs. Silverman plan to leave Oct. 28 for Miami, Fla. where he will await further assignment. m Delphians Meet Tuesday At Hennis Residence The regular Delphian meeting was held Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Gail Hennis on Blackinan "Mrs. A. J. Wright gave the scripture and roll call response was giv Silverman-Dudley Vows Heard In Clinton Wednesday l'fc. Silverman Weds Uuuw'r School Tcaoiiw In I Viviuolilr Wrdufwut' Kvi'iiiiig. Ijiroom Homr 1 rum Hi AIoiiIIin Ou-rwa Duly. Private Klrst Class Sidney Silverman.' non of Mr. and Mm. I.. 13. 811-vermtin or South Fourth street, and MIkb Delnri'B Dudley, duUKliter or Mr. and Mrs. Geoim Dudley of Duk-Ker, Intfc were united In niurrluge at cereinonleii performed at 8 P- ni. Wednesday evening. Justice of Peace John W. Iieeder performed tlie overcome and seize yie capital. Friday The Octette Club will meet at the of aviation since the last war, and with Its probable devlopment in Cuming yearB, and asserted: Old, New Worlds 1iter Clinton Methodist Group At Mecca Fellowship Meet home of Mrs. Marlon Southard, Fri day, October 13. Noon luncheon will be served, and bunco played. Mystery pals will exchange gifts. Monthly "Thus the margin between the old world and the new as we have been used to calling the hem . Introduced Distillation The process of distilling liquorf from grain was introduced from India into Europe in 1150 A. D. One hundred twenty-five young people from Newport, Greencastle, ' Montezuma, Rockvllle, Clinton. Dan-, a, Brazil and 'Kingman were present at the Methodist Youth Fellowship I meeting held in Mecca Monday even- I ing. ispheres become constantly narrow er. drawing. Friday Literary Circle, Mr. C. M. White. South Main at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. E. A. Evans will review "What "This means that if we do not take en by Mrs. Alice Bonato who gave a selection irom j.oru djiwu- c i uucuuie ui amuo ouuuu " jl'lllll'jl Iteslstuuce lesierate 4- Present German resistance Is that of desperation rather than common sense. 5 The main Allied problem continues to be that of supplying Die vaBt armies deployed upon the continent. (Jen. Eisenhower made It amply clear that up to the present at least. Germany Is a Nazi country, indoctrinated In the principles of German world leadership., militarism and ag-gressiou. Tlie only thing to do. he said, is to take them on with bolh fists flailing, giving no quarter and expecting none, for Ihis remains a battle between civilization on one hand and barbarism on the oilier. There is no disposition on the part of the Allied high command to "lib program for the evening was In Bromfleid and Mrs. G. Roy StulU charge of Mrs. Dave Salmond who will discuss "The Steep Ascent" by Anne Lindbergh MONUMENTS 0 A Complete Line 0 I'or Service Drop U A Curd E. W.Walsh Monument Co. 21 14 Wabasll Ave. Terre Haute, Indinna gave a talK on reopie ui The article was taken from Ernest O. Hauser's book, My India, My Anion n she also displayed a collec The bride was attired in a white wool street length Jersey dresB with black accessories. Her corsuge wbb of gladiolus. Mr., and Mrs. Robert Slzemorc were the attendants at the wedding. Mrs, Silverman is a teacher In the Union Junior High School at Dug-ger. She was graduated from Indiana State Teachers College where she she was a member of the Ensilon Delta Sorority, and Beta Slgml Phi, an International sorority. Pfc. Silverman attended Indiana effective measures to prevent another world war and if there were to be a third world war, the lands of the western hemisphere would be as vulnerable to attack from Europe and Asia as were the island of Crete and the Philippine Islands five years ago." Mr. Roosevelt took occasion to pay tribute to Italians who are now fighting with the Allied armies. He told of the many forces which make up the Allied armies In Italy, including men from all the 48 states, from Britain and France, from Brazil, of Greeks and the Poles, Canadians, Irish, New Zealanders, South Representatives of the high school Sunday Cchool class of the Newjort Methodist Church were driven to Mecca by the pastor of that church, Rev. John Walton. Following a program planned by the Mecca Sunday School class, the guests enjoyed refreshments of sandwiches, cookies, aalad, cocoa and fruit. ..,'- . m m William L. Marshall, Jr. of Dana has returned to the Seabees base at Camp Parks, Calif, after a short visit with his wife, the former Miss Frieda English of Tangier. m Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rush of Kankakee, III. and daughter, Kay Dawn ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 North 7lll St. PHONE 184-W GUARANTEED PEltMANENTS erate" thv barbarians from cnauis ef their' own making but to strike 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 Tairal Lahtl at 302-W. Tuesday - ' v, Band Booster's Club. All peopl interested please attend this meeting. Clinton Township Home Economics Club, Mrs. Kenneth Foltz, :30 p. m. Mrs. Earl Shew, assisting. them down chains and all and when they are down to help them tion of native costumes, Jewelry and other articles from a collection belonging to Mrs. John Vanes of Brazil. The next meeting will be in two weeks at the home of Mrs. Salmond. Miss Dorothy Devonald will assist. m Barbara Ray Honored On Twelfth Birth Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ray entertained recently with a birthday party honoring their daughter, Barbara Ann's twelfth birthday anniversary. Games were played and prizes were awarded to Frank Crossley and Joan Kennedy. Guests attending were Katherine Ahernathy. Naomi Baldwin, Mark P. mi " Notice! The nintoniun Want Your News. Please l ull MIkb lar To Report Social News. Phone 32 or S3. spent the week end with Mr. and mi r. i jl i Mrs. Louis Rush and children, Bobby Lou and Vickie Sue. 0SRITAL Si I Blackburn, Wayne Beard, Frank, Ve American Beauty Shop Vera Mae Black 312 8. Main l'lione 1 Specialized Hair Styling Permanent Waves Open Kveiiingtt Marie Myers Entertains Centenary Youth Fellowship "Back to School" was the theme of the September meeting of the Centenary Youth Fellowship at the home of Marie Myers recently. The meeting was opened with the singing, of the class song, "Jesus palls Us." . . -' The business meeting Was called to order by the ringing of the fa- Jsrrv n Perkins. R. 2. Clinton.! was admitted Tuesday and dismis da and Freida Crossley, Jack ana Joan Kennedy, John Griffin, Joe E. Lane, Patty Mahurln, Rosemary Munson, George E. Montgomery, Ruth Ralston, Mary Alice Smith, Patty Sanders, Patsy Thomas, and Barbara Woodard. The honored guest" received sever- al nice gifts and a large nirinuuy ( miliar classroom uen aim was wu cake, and other refreshments were ducted by the president. Devotions served. , were based on the theme "Let Your Light So Shine" were given by Enid Miss Lillian Hayworth, 259 Vine Helt. The lesson entitled "The Part sed Wednesday from the vermtinon County Hospital. . Peggy Jo Smith, Montezuma and JeBse C. Morris, Rockvllle, were admitted and dismissed Wednesday from the county hospital as medical cases. Agnes Mackey, 309 North Water Street, was admitted to the county hospital Thursday as a fracture case. Dollie D. Wlltermood, 639 Elm street, was admitted to the county hospital Wednesday. Doris Rose Cottrel, Rockvllle and Mrs. Martha Eup, Mecca, were dismissed from the county hospital Wednesday. . . NOTICE MOOSE! ALL MEMItEKS AltE I'ltGEI) TO ATTKM) FAMILY NIGHT WED., OCT. 18 , At Moose CliihrooniH street is confined to the St. Antho- of Religion in Courtship and Marri- i .... ,,i,nMV in fnod luivintr bv "saieing ny Hospital In Terre Haute. She Is in room 309. Mrs. James Hopton and granddaughter, Meris Jean, spent Wednesday in Terre Haute. Hlinureus Ol wuiuru nave i i-um" - " - " through our value-packed aisles. It will pay you, too, to explore our market and the opportunity it offers for easy, economical shopping. f)ur quahty is, unsurpassed. Our variety is unexcelled. Our low prices are unbeatable. Come m today and fill your entire food order in our world of SAVINGS. COLD MEDAL FLOUIl Enriched 25 lb. bag $1.1 5 ri ' . age" was presented Dy a guest speas-er, Dean Dalton, a pre-theologlcal student at Indiana State Teachers College. ' ' Kathryn Howald was in charge of the entertainment at recess. Lunch consisting of sandwiches, fruit and hot chocolate was served. The class Bent an ABC convalescent card to Robert Cluder, a member who has been In the hospital. Those present were Mrs. Ruth Cluder, Ruth Helen Cluder, Martha .Tune Wright. Doris and Lillian iBIKTHS WHEATIES S, . Z CIS QUICK 40 oz. pkg. 29c Campbell, Howard and Enid' Helf, J " Q. M. ' and "Mrs. Edna Shannon,' Kathryn Howald, Mildred Walters,! 215 North Sixth street, are the par- Don't Pack Those Summer Clothes Away Until You've Had Them Dry Cleaned If you really want to preserve those summer garim-ntu have them "looking .heir lient" for next year's near - l.uve , , dry-cleaned NOW before you park them away for the winter. t iiert nrown. Marlorle Farrington ents of a son norn at the Vermll SOFT-A-SiLR CAKE FLGUR 2 3-4 pkgs cC and Marie Myers. Guests attending lion County Hospital Wednesday, were Dean Dalton, Bernard Stuvel The infant weighed seven pounds, and Virginia Bard of Terre Haute two and a half ounces and has been nmi Prances Mvers of St. Bernlce. named Michael Cariyle. Mrs. Shan- M 25c 23c The October meeting will be at non is the former Miss Edna Car-! the home of Enid and Howard Helt, lyle. Quarter Master Shannon is now Sunday. October 29. on sea with the Merchant marines. farmstead's Veg?taleRHooKdle SOUP Three 2 3-4 oz. pkgs, QUAKER OATS large box Friendly Bunco Meeting Held At Chambers Home A LITTLE ttTTtK' Phone 129 220 Elm St. Mrs. Josephine Chambers was hos tess for the Friendly Bunco Club at Second Attack Fails to Dent American Vise MAXWELL HOUSE IS EKfC 28c her home on South Third street Wednesday evening. Following the business meeting, 1 lb. bag. wrer&sL, 1 bunco wafrplayed at two tables with HOT CHOCOLATE Henhey'i 3 pkgs. 1 0C (Continued from page 1) Mrs. Hazel Smith winning bunco; Mrs. Mary Shannon, travel; and Mrs. Edith Nowllng, low. Others present were Mrs. Margaret Crowder, Mrs. Marsonne Mott, Mrs. Betty Reed and Mrs. Thelma Baxendale. The next meeting will be held October 18 In the basement of the its at Aachen raged into Its second day today and Supreme Headquarters declared there was no truth in reports that the enemy was evacuating the Siegfried Liue bastion. Deprecating accounts that a general evacuation was started after the PORK and BEANS SWift's 2 large cans 29c CATSUP Tomato, Little Sport 14 oz." bottle 1 2C SYRUP KAR0 Blue Label 1 lb. btl. 1 2C LITTLE SPORT JUNE PEAS 20 oz. can 11c AUNT JEMIMA PANCAKE FLOUR Two 14 lb. pkgs. 25c ' - . .' '1 Americans smashed forward behind a devastating air and artillery bombardment, an official spokesman said fighting around Aachen still is under way. The spokesman said It waa as sumed that both artillery and aerial bombardments were resumed today to blast the Nazi atrongpolnts Clinton Hotel with Mrs. Edith Nowllng as hostess. . Tri Kappas To Entertain Rockville Chapter Soon Members of the Tri Kappa Sorority held their regular business meeting Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Sally Haln. During the business meeting it was reported that the recent rummage salo was successful and plans for entertaining the Rockvllle chapter were discussed. Mrs. J. H. Sutton of Blackman street will be the next hostess. Clanif ied Ad Sell Moit Anything Into destruction. Still flghtiug was In progress in the nearby Haaran and Wumelen ar CHILI ROLL 30c ftDnflP "A" PURE PORK f FRESH GROUND SAUSAGE lb. 28c DEMOCRATIC RALLY SPONSORED BY THE . . . WOMEN'S DEMOCRATIC CLUB THURSDAY, OCT. 12 8 P. M. DEMOCRATIC HEADQUARTERS First Door North Of Palace Theatre Olis G. Jamison 6th District Candidate For Congress lV Edna A. Bingham eas, while tne situation on ouier fronts was generally unchanged. The Germans launched several un successful counter-attacks In tlie Huaren area. The enemy suffered heavy losses Inflicted by Vunk Infantry attacking with close artillery support. Southeast of Aachen the Irofips Veal BreaSt SPARE RIBS Meaty lb. 20c PAZ ID. IOC CHUCKRUAbTGradeABeef,5ptslb.ZaC FRIST GRADE "A" VEAL SWIFT'S SMOKED SAUSAGE lb. 37c SHOULDER ROAST lb. 28c State Vice-Chairwoman FUNERAL HOME DAY OR NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONI lO comnianiled by Lieut. Gen. Courtney li. Hodges advanced uliulnst stub-horn NujI riislstiince to rut the Mon-chau-Durcn road a mile southwest or Hurtgen. The garrison at Aachen waa hammered for five hours yesterday by medium Allied bombers but continued to hold out In the citadel, flrsl major Germau city to come under siege. Ilrlllsh Gain on Itlilne In the Netherlands the Germans withdrew from one area along the south bank of the lower Rhine, enabling British forces to gain control of a strip running westward a distance of 12 miles from a point a mile west of Arnhem. The Allied bridgehead over the Leopold Canal was held firmly and landing points on the south shore of the Schelde estuary were reinforced. On the Third Army front in France hard fighting continued in Maizieres-les-Metz where the Germans were using the basements of bouses aa anti-tank positions. TT Georgia Arnsmon 6th District Vice-Chairwoman -PUBLIC INVITED- 2

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