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Tuesday, Orlobcr 17, 191 1. THE DAILY CMNTON1AN Tage Two humbler of Union were weekend ii. sis el' Mr. and .Mrs. Ueni'is iroumls and dauahH r Joyce. Mis. .Mary Ditto visiled her mother in Terre Haute one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. ltobert Engle and daughter of Indianapolis were re-cenl guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Acton. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cloyd are i ho parents of a nine pound son. born Thursday morning, named Kenneth Carlton.' The mother is the former Margaret Van Meter. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hehinan have returned after a week's vuca-lion Willi their daughter In Ohio. Mrs. lien Connor was called to Anderson because of the Illness of her daughter. Minnie Hodle who Ib in lh" Si. John's Hospital there. Those from SI. Herilb-e Who at met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Harold Heed. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Milligan and children, all. Vara Osmoti of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Heber. Mrs. Roy Sturm and sou. Ernest Myers and son were all dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heber. Jr. and daughter. Sharon Rae-leue. It was In honor of Sharon's first birthday. She received several nice gifts. Mr. and Mrs. lialun .Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Milligan and daughters of Hridgeton. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Redman of Dana called on Mr. and Mrs. Hirt Ford Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Oil Davis or Clinton Wslled recently with Mr. and .Mrs. Floyd lielt and son. .Mr. and Mis. Arthur Stout and son of St. Hernlce were supper guests Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heber. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Sturm and son. Mrs. Amy Sturm. Mrs. Charles Reckner. .Mrs. Mary Randall of Utah visiled recently with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sturm and son. Mr. and Mrs. C. ('. Hotner and daughter, Hertha and (Irace Luce attended a reunion al Clinton Sunday. The Modern Matrons met lor a covered dish dinner at the home ol Mrs. Kenneth Drown Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Porter entertained friends from Indianapolis on Wednesday evening. Current News In Center Guests Call at Carliu Residence; Home Kc Club Has Monthly Meet Major and Mrs. V. A. Wuason and .son. Robert Joe. and I.II1U' Ut'ot't'ry of Memphis, Toini. spent I h e nasi week with Mra. Wasnon't pui'entt). Mr. and Mrs. Hobeii I'uiiin and relatives of nenr I'aris. 1U. Miss Mary Heber and .Mrs. Ward Porter spent Friday in Terre Haute. Olive Jieber of ('Union spent Thursday nichl and Friday with Mrs. Hay Heber. M's. Hoy Sturm and son. Ronnie Hayv Mrs. Albert Sturm and sou. Malcolm, Mrs. Amy Sturm. Mi's. Charles Reckner and Mis. Mary Rnn-dalli of Osden, ftali were dinner guests Tuesday of Mrs. Mary Rawls of Vine Street in Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Jordan and daughter. Judy. Ernestine Crane of Terre Haute, Lee Drown spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Crane. Mrs. Irvin Helt spent Tuesday wilh Mrs. Kred l.andis of near Dana. John Leon Myers visited with his aunt. Mrs. Hoy Sturm a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sturm and son, Malcolm. Mrs. Amy Sturm, Mrs. Cluirles Reckner and Mrs. Mary K. Randall of Ogdell, Utah enjoyed an ice cream supper witii .Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sturm and son Friday evening. Mrs. Jump Houehin, spent the past week with relatives in Indianapolis. Mrs. Hirt Ford and Mrs. Eaton Myers spent Wednesday in Terre Haule. The Center Home-Economics Club Supper Held At St. Bernice Lions' Club Sponsors Program at Chili Supper; Attend Rebekah Meeting Fifty mi'iulHTs and fik'iids of t li -Lions' Club enjoyed a cliili suppiT Willi pic and collcc al the dub room ill tlio made school huililiHK lasl Thuisduy nitlu. The ov nint! inter-lainmi'itt huh sponsored Iy ilie l.lon'B Cliili of l. Hcinlcc Tin- Suuar Grove duaru'tii' ivmliTid several vocal numbers and Lurry Uunis sang "I'islol I'ackin' Mania." Mrs. Juno Woolf and Nom Joyce Smlili Ktive several piano duels. The miosis al I ho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Helschcl Uoall lasl week were Mrs. Mary Hess and .Mary Juno Doan of Torre Haulo. Mrs. Kllriinia Unni-blll and daughter, I'riscilla of Do iroit, Mich., Charles Anios and Hill Woolen of Torre Haulo. Mrs. Minnlo Ford is the fiuest of lior dauglller. Mrs. Fred (Hover in Bedford, hid. Seaman :ird Class Kussell Hell, was home on a furlough lasl week and enjoyed a pari of his leave wilh hip aunt. Mrs. Hex Meyers and family in SI. Hornieo. ile has now returned to New York. Mrs. Oscar Clawson In Torre Haute was hostess rthoHI, Hornier pinochle club lasl Wednesday. The ladicR had luncheon al the KinK Lem Inn after which Ibey enjoyed cards in (lie Clawson home. .Mrs. CeorKo l.entz was a jiuesl. Mrs. C. C. Kennedy of lllue Island. III. is enjoying: lioj- vacation in the home of friends, Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Frnharl. Clyde Jllako. who has been very ill. is com alescinir in his homo here. Miss Barbara Perkins or Danville, 111., has been I be guest of Mr. and Mrs. Waller Noble and family. Robert Cannichael of the V. S. Navy, who is stationed at Croat Lakes Naval Trainnij? Station, was called homo last weekend because of the death of his uncle, Andrew Kennedy of Torre Haute. The members of the Lejjion Auxiliary enjoyed a pot luck supper at the Legion Home last week. -Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Grounds and Or. G. R. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Raj 235 Vi Blackman MONUMENTS 0 A Complete I,fm f For Hepvice Drop l's A Cant E.W. Walsh Monument Co. 2114 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indiana NOTICE MOOSE! all .Mi:iiii:i;s l'ltc;l.'l TO ATTEND FAMILY NIGHT WED., OCT. 18 .At Mmp C'liihi-iMims Indiana Corii Croj) Prospects Jiriglit, Purdue Reports LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Improved prospects for the Indiana corn crop were forecast loday by Purdue University's monthly report on Hoosier crops. University statisiicinns. cooperating' with the V. S. liurcau of Ag ricultural Economics, estimated that the state's prospective yield per acre, as of Oct. 1. was .'J7 bushels. Tlie prospective increase is a jump from a previous estimale of lli!l,-287.000 bushels lo 171.CO6.0O0 bushels. Improved pasturage also was reported, witii a rise from 43 to G2 per cent of normal. The yield per acre of soybean hay is estimated at 1.15 tons; cowpea hay at 1.0i tons; lespedeza hay at .85 tons; alfalfa hay, 1.05; and timothy hay, .1.20 tons. . . Soybeans for beans are reported St 16 bushels per acre ,6r .pile liuslnit higher . than last nionth's estimate.; Stocks of grain .on. farms Oct. i included 13.103.UU0 bushels of oats and 4,06,000 bushels of soybeans. AH tree fruits also showed increased estimated production, with the figures now set at 1,340.000 bushels of apples in commercial counties: 154,000 bushels of pears: 2.600 tons of grapes and 674.000 bushels of peaches. The yield of potatoes now is indicated as 80 bushels per acre and sweet potatoes as 100 bushels, a 10 bushels gain for each above last month. tended the HebeUab Assembly, I. O. O. 1 . for district 14 in lmiiannpons lasl week were: Miss Frances Meyers and Mrs. Gertrude Heed, delegates and Mrs. Fditll Heed and Mrs. Florence Miller. Miss Meyers was honored by being elected District Deputy 1'resident and was commissioned on Wednesday. Deputy President. District 14. Mrs. Florence Miller, Assembly Treasurer, was re-elected for another year. Helt's Prairie Church Event Salem Church Has I.ally Day Services; Local Men At College Grid Came I Salem Sunday School'' oliserved ; Rally Day last Sunday Willi Arthur ! Waters of Hono as speaker. ' .Miss Norma Otl of Indianapolis land SKI. Homer Neels and Cpl. Rob ert Curry of Camp Atlerbury were recent weekend nuesls of Miss Wil-ma McDowell at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Claude McDowell. Mis. Shirlev Frist Jones bilB join ed her husband. SKt. Melvin Jones I who is now stationed al Hoise. Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Water were Sunday dinner miosis of Mr. and Mrs. Claude McDowell. Misses Lucille and Wilina McDowell were weekend guests. Bell Garrett has been ill this week with the flu. Mrs. Laura Mitchell lias moved lo Hillsdale. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson of : South liend spent the weekend at the home of their son and wife, Mr. and ' Mrs. Harold Johnson, j Mrs. Forest Mack and siin, Leigh, i together with Mrs. Gloyd ICarles of ; Clinton, spent last Thursday in Terre Haute. .Mrs. Paul Johnson and Mrs. Carl Johnson both or South Iiend have come lo spend several ditys wilh their sister-ill-law. Mrs. Idelia Hughes. Mrs. Cbartt-s Btrrnltart Jras re- le.rned home after spending several Weeks with her husband. Pfc. Darn-1 hart at Camp Tampa, Fla. She was ' accompanied by her husband who enjoyed a short furlough at this lime. Forest .Mack and County Agent Maurice Peterson of Newport attended the Illinois-Purdue football game laiit Saturday afternoon at Chain-i paigu, Illinois. .Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Swinford are j iho parents of a son born Oct. 9th at the county hospital. The infant has j been named Donald. ! Pvt. Merman Hayes has been as-;sigmd lo camp al Ft. Knox, Ky. for j his basic training. 1000 gallcns for su :!i nusrtcr. ;-U waler in excess ler Weber told an organizational meeting that anyone wishing to bo an international ol'fUvr ,. .."would have to be a member of the communist party." lloth Oakes and Weber were reelected at the closing session of' the convention. Weber previously had held his post us, director of organization by nppoiutineut. Plans for County Observance of ' Navy Day, Oct. 27 (Continued Prom rage 1) Lions' Club and chairman of Newport's pari in the celebration, is arranging the parade and delegations from that urea of the county. Members or many Clinton organizations including the Lions' Club, Exchange Club. Commercial Club, Delta Thela Tau and Tri Kappa sororities. Wakol'e Club, Automobile Repairmen and Service Station Association were present at Ihe meeting. A fourth meeting will be held next Monday night in the Half Century Club to complete plans for the observance. mm Drop Everything tor this Amazing Way! IZL yoir. I'm1, nt bumr, tl.o formula ui by DU Toll ndjiiiirtivelr - ?mi'K l'n I Minor Clinic Ho i.iiin-d how QUI' K your I'ili- pain. Hdi. wmv are '!'1',;,BVJhfr,. ji.OO tulc Tlion.rcn A Minor's K'" VPJ?n" Inn Jt Minor li-.Jul Sii'lof'orli-. ovJv ft 1 W S"f Trr I0riV,ltS' TODAY. Al i'li iro.nI 'Initr Mtnivn . evorywherer-w, rMnlnn. 'it tlillis I'HurmiH.-y. THOUSANDS ARE CHOOSING IT for better hearing and smarter style at READY TO WEAR , compltt with radU ortic tubas, cryttal microphone, Neu tral-Color Earphon and Cord, botttritt. One modal, no "decoyt" . On pric . , . On quality Zenith's fineit. Overwhelming Swing to the New RADIONIC HEARING AID with Neutral-Color Uarphem and Card proves conclusively that no one need pay more than $40 for a quality instrument. Come in for a demonstration. Let your own ears be the judge. No elaborate testing. No frequent "adjustments." AccepleJ by Amtfican Mtdicat AisoiiaitOK Council ou Phymst Tbtrapf FQ men: Warn By Hundreds of young Mtn Who Wont (ho Best tn Wtar, Com. fort, Stylt and ValueP Flexible Leather Upper i Slilched Wing Tip Competition Sole$ Springy Rubber HeeU New Antique Rutiet ,4.79 Slut AfkFerStylt We. VI 27$ 2s Y si Ms Fairvicw News. Of Interest Local Woman Visits In Kentucky; Ray CottreU Home From Hospital Mr. and Mrs. James Hasting were Sunday guests of his parenls. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hasting. Mr. and Mrs. William Higgin-bolhani of Terre Haute spent the weekend with relatives. Mrs. Gertie Higglubothaui spent the past week Willi relatives In Kentucky. Mrs. Hose Long of Paris. HI. spent the weekend will) her sister, Mrs. Anna Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson and son of Paris, III. spent the week end wilh her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clark. Mrs. Nora Turbeville of Ohio is spending several days with relatives and friends. John Murdy and daughter Dora-dean spent the week end witii relatives at Hie SI. Jlary-of-the-Woods. Mrs. Alice While and daughters Phylliss and Mildred of Illinois spent .1 he week end with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Panics. Mrs. Al Pascol and Mrs. Mary McClelland spool Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul sbarke and family of Moorevillc. Mr. and Mrs. James Voto and children and Miss Kreida visiled Sunday wilh Mr. and Airs. Thomas Henderson in Covington. Mrs, Ernest Harrington visited recently with Mrs. Harlo Frist in Hell Prairie. f'harlos llryanl of Mooresvllle spent the past week wilh his daughter Mrs. Pleana Hall and family. Mrs. Mary McClelland or California visited recently with .Mr. and Mrs. John Pascoe and daughter. Mrs. Ernest Harrington visited recently wilh Airs. Dollie Griffin in Center. Airs. Nellie Granlham of Terre Haute and Airs. Margaret Kelshei-mer and son. Dale of Lylord visited recently with Airs. Myrtle Short. Miss lierry Henningtoii spent recently with Aliss Betty Ann Gilmo-e in Clinton. Airs. Itay Smith and son Donald and Air. and Airs. Emery Jackson of nioomingdale spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Ora Weaver. Airs. Alice Street and Olis S reel spent Wednesday In Terre Hau'.e. Air. and Mrs. John Thomas and children spent the week end in D.an-ville. III. .Mr. and Airs. Mil ford Shores und daughters spent Sunday with Ills parents. Mr. and Airs. Everett Shores. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Prickett and son , Wayne npfnt Sunday villi IJWenjJsjjjri-Sh, JJornice.;; ; Harold Stj'eet of Centenary spun Sunday wilh his mother, Mrs. Alice Street. Raymond Smith went lo Three Hirers, Mich., where !e has employment. Air. and Mrs. James Cloyd and children of Rockville spent, Sunday wilh Air. and Airs. Ora Weaver. Mr. and Airs. Hilly Boiartli Vind daughter spent Sunday with Air. ;ind Airs. Loren Bozartli of Universal. Tillie Ann, Jack Lee and Bonnie Lou of Route three are spending several days with their grandparents. Air. and Mrs. Ora Weaver. Airs. Alary McClelland of California spent several days recently with .Mr. and Airs. John Coletti and sons. i , , i ! : : i Mrs. Martha Jjiuclclon of Clinton spent Sunday with Mr. and Airs. Alex Reynolds and sons. Air. and Mrs. Preston Davis and street to Jackson street, children moved from East second Airs. Norman Martin went lo Chicago to spend from Friday until Tuesday wilh her husband. 1c Ma-..liinlut I:iIm Pobcrl Martin, who will be transferred to Shuniakers, Calif. Raymond Cottrell. who haB been in iho i.nsnlial In Terre Haute lias been released and getting ulong nice- Mrs. Wilina Cottrell spent Tuesday wilh Mrs. Ed Peck. ' ' : Airs. Lillian Andrews and son. Larry Gene and Mrs. Fern Pennington spent Friday with .Mrs. Ed Peck. Air. and Airs. S. T. Whlllock visited recently with Mr. and Airs. Walter Hancock in Lylord. News and Notes In Quaker Local Teachers Attend Institutes; Churchmen At Quarterly Conference Airs. Richard Ellis attended Teachers Institute at Charleston, 111. Friday. Wis. William A'. Walthall called on Mrs. F. D. Cooke and daughter. Alice, Saturday atlernoon. Elmina Canaday. Hev. and Airs. Melvin Smith, A. J. Walthall and Mr. and Airs. William A. Walthall attended the County Sunday School Convention al Dana. Thursday. Mr. and Airs. Charley Hadiey of Lockville were guests Sunday of John and Howielt and family. Helen and Phillip Ellis were Thursday night and Friday guests of tlnir grandparenls. Air. and Mrs. Lena Hess near Friends Chapel. Ella Thompson, Air. and .Mrs. William A. Walthall, Uev. and Airs. Melvin Smith were among those who beard Rev. K. Stanley Jones speak at Danville, III., recently. A. J. Walthall. Rev. and Airs. Smith, Elmina Canaday, Ella and Sylvia Thompson, Air. and Airs. Richard Ellis and children, Helen and Phillip attended the Quarterly meeting al (be Friends Church in Newport Saturday. Thelma Nicltle was a guest of Claudia Hewlett Saturday night and Sunday. Iretta Dennett visited with them Sunday afternoon. Mrs. L. J. Moore attended Teachers Institute at Terre Haute Saturday. , Russell Kygor and family visiled wilh Alarlie craft and family Sunday afternoon. t Air. and All's. II. C. Cuoke had as dinner guests Sunday: Airs. Steven Adams and liulji Tuggle of Danville. 111. Callers in Jlic afternoon wore Mr. and MrsV Caurles C'talt of Fair-mount, 111. Air. and Airs. Art Jones of near Cayuga, Abel and Gloria Ann Asburv of Newport. Air. and Airs. John Hewlett and daughter. Claudia called .Monday evening on Aliuuie Alarion at Kidge-farni. 111. Air. and Mrs. F. C. Cooke w ho had not h A rd from their son, Wayne, lor several weeks received a letter from him Saturday stating he had spent a month in Palestine and other places and is now back on duly in Iran. Will Hovvlett of Georgetown, 111. called al the home of his brother, John family Sunday afternoon. Indiana Aviation Legislation To lie Aired in Meets INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. i'uijlio bfariHus an- st'hcdnh'il lo he Jicld UMv ihiis iDondi in Iiidiuiianlis. K-ansvillr ami Smith Itt'lid to give the Hoosit-r public ami air int Im.siaHt.s an opportunity to pp'scnt their virus on Indiana's prospective awanon legislation. Derision on l he hearings was made by tithe K'lvernur's 2r-n."iiiber commission on a,viatiou at a nieotiiifi yt-Hti-rday in Indianapolis. The suc-?fstiou was included in y report by Koiinctli 1). Klliott. of South Umd. Bubcomiuii in' chairman, to liu full coiiiiuissRjn. which is chawd Willi making recommendations to (he neM (Jencral Assembly on future aviation laws. According to liersrhel A. liollopei-er, rom mission chairman, problems lo be discussed at the hearings, uilli Kuggesiions for needed legislation, include; What ayi:-ianre should be rendered by the .slate to local eumniiinii h s planning and construction airports. What responsibility has (lie fitale with I den-nee lo mm mii'cial air lines that s'-n staff communities. What action ih required to pro idc lor needs of pruatc aiiation. Wliai step should be taken to com dm .im i lie Mule's a iation program wilh national military needs. What is the state's res,onsihilit tor promoting safety in the air. What methods of public finaiu-itig of airports and other air 'taciliiits are jnost ties ii able and which are the responsibility of the state, the local and t lie federal go eminent . How would '.he interests of t he general public be protected. Dissolves Quicker To speed up the dissolving of chemicals for your orchard sprayer, wire a large funnel to a stirring stick. By churning this up and down, the liquids carried up through the spoilt will di.ssulve more rapidly. ft - Protein Source The egg contains many valuable vitamins and minerals, and is one of the cin'apest and best sources of proteins. South Bend CIO Union Convention Ousts Anti-Reds . (Contlnai1 from page 1) fiht (o the South iirtid convention, hoping to obtain u hearing with all the delegates serving as jurors. The ease, however, w as referred to an ui-Uf'uls committee picked by Oakes. The defendants refused to testify be fore this committee, contending it was biased. It was not until the decision of the appeals committee, was scheduled as the last order of business of the convention that the peak of bitterness which marked the sessions was reached. Then the six defendants, who reportedly were backed by members of five other locals, said they learned' they would noe be heard and thai the hall would be clearrU. "i he decision of the appeals committee was then approved. Further charges that the union was communist dominated were made by a delegate, James Szalkow-ski of Chicago, secretary of Local No. 108. He said: "You can't hold an International office in this union unless you are a communist. I know. J found out because I was once an organizer." - Szalkowski said he walked out af- SORE MUSCLES? BROKEN SLEEP? due (o RHEUMATIC PAINS? Many discouraged, agoniied nufTerra of rheumatic pain have found swift, oothin relief from muscular pains in arm, leg, back, hands, houlder. You should try William KUX Compound, too. Simply take as directed. See for younelf how quickly it acts, cften within day. Economical 1 1. 50 aize at WHITE'S PHARMACY price: inais wnni rcnnc 9 1.19 fV (1 l't. Styled Right! ! Priced Rightl? f. NfcVi -Mm w In order that tiic public be fully informed regarding the nature and rates of and for tSe use of the municipal sewer system and the Sewage Disposal Plant, the fo'lowing excerpt of the Soccial Ordinance establishing the said nature and rates for spid uses is submitted: "Provision No. 1 of Section 1. The cccupant of each and every lot, parcel of real estate or building that is connected wilh nd uses the municipal sewer system and is also connected with and uses exclusively a metered supply of water shall be charged for sewer service according to such waVr meter reading: Finty (40) cents per 1000 gallons per quarter year minimum which includes tlir first 3,039 gallons or less of water recorded by meter: f ifteen (15) rents per 1000 gallons for iHc n-xt 10,000 Kallons of water recorded by meter dining siilt ouaiter: of 12,000 gallons re- Ten (101 rents per rded by meter cli r'."; Provi-ioii No. 2 of Section 1. The occupnnt of each and every lot, parcel of real estate or building that is connected wilh and u:.es the municipal sewer system but is not connected with and does not u,e exclusively a metered supply of water, shall be charged for sewer service a min'.x.m of forty (40) cents per quarter plus such additional amount each quarter year as shall be determined by the common council of said City (ora oerson designated by said common council for that purpose) to be the value of such sewer service." This Ordinance was adooted by the commcn council and approved by Mayor Clyde M. Zink December 29, 1942. THE BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS AND SAFETY, By William M. Gilmour, Sec'y. Shirts you'll buy wilh confidencf, wtar with pride! Wilh the famous Towncraft label ... the one word that slandt for precision-tailoring, sure-fit protected by Sanforizing', top quality madras and broadcloth in new, neat patterns or white. Top value! That's what Toiv.crafl stands for ... - , . ' ... . , T! . 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