The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on October 19, 1944 · Page 3
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Thursaay, October 19, 1944. 'IHE DXltf CtUUTONlSN PagcYEre and Mrs. Robert Rose and Evadna munique as "reconnaissance actlvl-tv and fighting of local importance Three Newport Clubs Have Events; Remsburg Twins Celebrate Birthday Three Major COP Candidates Guests Of County Group (ConttauM njwt, vac 1 1 Hillsdale PTA Has Meeting Interesting Program I Enjoyed by Organization; Junior Class Play Given Kluier Jackson of KewHrl visited his brother. Perl Jackson and fami School Bus Driver To Attend Safely Meetings INDIANAI'OLIK. luil. Compulsory palety meeting fr Indiana school bun drliem have iM-eo arranged for eieht Hooler cltiea. dur-InK ttie whool rerenu for (lie Plate Teaclien Annotation convention. Oct. ; anil I'. It wan announced today liy lr. Clement T. Malan. State Siiii-rint-i:d nt of Public Instruction. The in. lint f. which are required I ( Adams. The next meeting kill be held t the home of MIss.D. Grace Rheuby on Thursday. Oct. J. Mrs. Lewis will have the lesson on "Lost Frontier." Mrs. Roy Stewart of Newport and Mrs. Vivian Bumgardner of Mount Pelier, Ind., spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Bumgardner sister. Mrs. Robert Tucker of Paris. III. Herbert Thomas of Dayton. 0!.lo inree quests, Vivian Bumgardner, Mrs. Spencer Swayie and Barton Youmans, were present at the regular meeting of the Fortnightly Bunco Club held at the home or Mm. Grace Youmans Friday night. Bunco wai played with prizes going to Mrs. C. Youmans, bunco; and Mrs. gwayze, low. Those present were Mrs. Elizabeth Stewart, Mrs. Orpha Stewart,. Mrs. Mary Adams. Mrs. Paul Grumley, Mrs. Grace Dooley. Mrs. Garnet Eelii, Mrs. Iva Braasal, Mrs. V. Youmans. Mrs. Ingram and the hostess. Mrs. ly Sunday, Mri. Laura Mitchell han moved toj(,y a isu atate law. lll be addre-her eon's home near ltamond Lft-; ,y officers of the Indiana Karra tie's cabin. i llureau. Inc.. faculty members of Mrs. Ken Cliurch and Mrs. Pul!pUI)ue and Indiana I'niiereftles. B- a it tt f A t. Mack socnt last Wednesday In ludl-aimiKiiis. Mrs Urace Stewart is visiting her son. Ilei-scliell and family at Marion. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnson and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Harley Kennedy and daughter. Bet ty Lou. j President and Secretary-Treasurer. The Parent Teacher Association i Indiana Parui Bureau. Ind.: Lafay-met at the school Tuesday evenine. j ette. Fowler Hall. Ur. V. B. Kniplit. G. Youmans, and three guests. j Miss D. Grace Rheuby and niece. Miss Martha Lewis of A villa, Ind.,' Miss Nesbitt, spent Friday In Dana lind Miss Gladys Jane Lewie who is 1 visiting Mies Lillie Maione au4 Mrs. attending Indiana State Teacher s Oakey Collier. College spent the weekend with their j Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mack of mother. Mrs. Mortimer Lewis of Indianapolis spent the weekend with Newport. On Sunday Mrs. Lewis and I Mr. Mack's parents, Mr. and Mrs. her two daughters were dinner Cortlan Mack. guests of her brother-in-law, Lt. Col.) MrB- Maude Kevins and grandson, R. N. Taylor of Lafayette. Lt. Col. Jimmie, attended a movie In Clin-Taylor has Just returned home on jtn Sunday afternoon, furlough after being in New Guinea MiBS Bettie Keecb and Mrs. C!oi for the past SJ months. McCiH shopped in Terre Haute Sat- Six members of the Friendship urday. Circle and three guests were enter-) Miss "Betty Grumley of Cayuga tained at the home of Mrs. Roscoe N truest of Miss Bettie Keech Oct. 10. An interesting program wasJpuidne I'nivei-sity. and Osgood, Os- lenjoyed by the audienc. The Junior Claes play "Me and My Shadow" was given at the school Tuesday evening, Oct. 17. Marry Krauoon: r on w ayne, ven- Mrs. Wayne Ay-s of St. Bernice j na1 Hiph t'lj.!. A. S. Thomas; Jas-vlsited Mrs. Graoe Russell isaturday. i pr Gyiunasiuta. William V. Vox. n- Foos of Newport Friday evening. 1 wr the weekend. Following a short business meeting Miss Bettie Keech was the Sun-at which time Red Cross knitting day guest of Dale Hanna of Perrys-and sewing was distributed to the 'He-different members. Mrs. Foos served I Mrs. Paul Kendall of Danville vis-a two course luncheon. I ited with relatives in Newport last can system and turn to communism, we strike at the very foundations of the home, the school and the church," he declared. Speaking at Danville. William E. Jenner. G. O. P. nominee for senator, short term, contended that the Democratic party is dominated by left-wing Influences. "The Roosevelt administration is In the hands of Kidney llilliuaa. Earl Browder, Harold l-kes, Kisn-ees Perkins, Harry Hopkins and every other subversive Influence is America,' Jenner asserted. Massed Soviet Tanks Blaze At German Defenses (Continued Crom p&gw I ) now Pass southwest along the Car pathian mountain ranses to the Tatar Pass at the easier tip of Cwch-oslovakia. While other Soviet armies scored (fains in northern Transylvania and battled for ttoe liberation of Belgrade in Yugoslavia, troops of Gn-ral Ivam I. Petroff' s fourth Ukrain ian army clashed through the ioe-crested passes of the -Carpathians and captured Vereck y , I'sok, I.uto-fcov, Kueky, Jfatrionicka and Viskov. all wSta. -oommnnications enters. Battle Lmut KaUent Oecerafl Petroff forces, operat-, ing widh Marshal Rodion V. Malinov-; eky's second Ukrainian army, whkfti is ektahifig into north pm Transyl vania,, battled to -eliminate the last major German salient on the 1500-1 mile front. The German salient -extends more, than 156 miles Into the Carpathian ; Ukraine, which was annexed by Hungary in 1140. nd into Transylvania and eastern Slovakia. Take 50 Towns J n Transylvania, MalinovBky's troops, moving alongside Romanian forces, fought their way into DO inhabited places, taking the town and vital railway junction of Valea !Lui Miha4 along with another rail enter at Simleul Silvaniei. The Russian com m unique reveaj- ed. in addition, that Red soldiers continued their battle in the streets of Belgrade, pushing the German defenders from street to street with the help of the Yugoslavian ipeople.' South of Belgrade, a group of German units were reported encir cled and in danger of "destruction." With the help of "Bulgarian troopK. fighting in Yugoslavia, -the Russians alBO seized the towns vf Kur-sumlija and Blace. Action -elsewhere on ithe long east- n front was described in the -com-1 anil mennieis tn m- r.iii-"v-i vliMou nf the Indiana StaC Pulioe. On Oct. 2i nie?tiiFK will be conducted at South Bend. Jefferson Sri loot. A. B. Thumas. IMrector of Tat and l-rf-cislatton. Indiana Karm H una a. Inc.: Terre Haute. FyesV njore Tlieatte. Larry Brandon. Vlci I car P. liaascli. Indiana I'nlversity i Those eh4u(-d for Oct- 27 In- J clnde: ludianaixjJis. Tonjlfnsoa Hall. diaria t'nivereity. and Crows Point Cniuinal Court IJuilding. Ir. Knignt. Oaurd Mt Sea Most Anytiiint QUICK RELIEF FROM tymptonn Dittress Aritinc Irani STOMACH ULCERS due to EXCESS ACID Free THtf HasaaTi aslaml Wiat st IMP srltWW Cst T W sBdsc Cvm-txto minion bowloeof beTI!XBT TKK T M fi N T hwr tjeen rtd f vr&4M Out KbuM fccM. iSoM on Ihttvyn uriai: ask tor "Wlllar-a'a wlilck (ulir ttplaim tuiii trtitttaiwit - t.ict i rat ABM MT tMreit, MT sain mBMT 'VAWWAWMiWM f IW.I.I1 AGKEE J tll 4MST CHILI UGwti Vl"1Ai m is skmenuc rim -Frewth Fries, Saiidwiitif. .of f-ne lurt treaut, tSuW Irinks SPEED GP.1LL I Z trti Main ttre r aar r-i The big story was the Crechoslova-kian thrust. Details of it were described in the Russian communique unuleuient Germans concentrated considera ble firepower on mountain slopes in the ar?a of Jabolonlca Pan, the Rus sians reported." All roads and rav ines were mined and blocked. onl to be eliminated by the SovM sappers. Yanks Renew Aachen Siege; Repel 5 Blows Conllnued from pare 1) as a result of Ine Anieiic&a advanoe which has reached northeast of Glonville despite atabborn Nad re sistance. Line CloMliMe la American and French troops at the outhern end of the western front toegaa tnoving up their lines closer to tie Eeich frontier aimul-taneous w-ith strong British action dn the Netherlands to reach the) Reich frontier southeast of captured ix u ii... -i. t3r. i.u ZTr.,J ..JZLr L American armor, bad smashe-d for- ward two miles to the south in ttaei direction of Venio, oommnnications center en the Netherlands-Reich frontier. A R-euter front dispatcn reported an overnight gain to po-ints fotar mil-es south of Venray.J Fnh Allied 4M'festfv Hint 4x EAning papers in .London meanwhile reiporte4 a German radio broadcast of a Nazi supreme bead-quarters warning that the Allies are preparing -an auack whicib wiia sur-, paHs anything wich has happened ' so far m the eastern campaign. j 4A High Command spokesman! said that Allied preparations are' mounting In intensity In both Hol-j land and the Vosges region as we-U; as along the whole southern flank. I There is no -doubt, iim ei-mans a-i serted. that Oen. Eisenhower is getting ready to launch a new and more violent assault before whiter sets in.) Vauk '-ajriwe Tow-a ' American troops at the lower -end of the battlefront -captured 4-be village of Champ !Le Due, one mile south of Bruyrg. in hay figlitiUK. The French First Army in the Ilelfort area repulsed six local ooun-twattacks n the vicinity of the Moselotte River while other French units battled Nazi forces in the snow -cove red French Alps. Infant MortaUty Oregon has toe lowest Infant mortality in "the United States a xate of dZM per 1,000 live births. PEAS Hlhx j I Vt. Bobby Eoebaci, son of Mr. 'anl Mrs. George Roeback. Is now at Cants Wolters, TeiL m ith the V. Army. Mr.. Mary Little shopped In Terre Haute last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Herriek spent Sunday in Indianapolis with their daughter Norma, who has employment there. Mrs. Edna Middlehroolt visited her sister in Terre Haute over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Russell of Terre Ha-ute spent Sunday Ihere with their o. Fred and family. . ' Miss Bessie June iinmerniai spent Sunday in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Merica of Terre' Haute spent the week end here with . Mr. and Mrs. Omar Makers. Mrs. Edith VTrifht of Fairniew vis ited her annt, Mrs. Claud Graham Mrs. -Olendora Harvey of Kewport visited Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Jackson Sunday. Mrs. Oraoe l,an'ter of oear Dan- ville visited relatives here over the week end There will "be a Fall Festival at the Hillsdale school, Oct. 24. j Mrs. lielbert Bykes and ehildren i are visit ine with her jiarents i -Chrisuiau, ill. Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH 1o lii.Kt! It,t('li lr.op. Hp mt walililp whi'ii juu tii Ik, ;it, Itiujrli or niwm'1 Iiiin't lif'1 und I'luburniribnO mt.-li luindirHjw. I-'ASTJCKTH. nu ulku.itM (imii-Hfidt )Miw(tT -tv Hjirhiklf -in your l)iitt'ii. -iift-pn fiiiK' t(lh iinir" fit'iiily t. .ivn I'liliIHIt'lil Kwiiiiir ui liTiirii,v mm tn)(l'd ;uinloi-t. .'u t'lilinii.v. i;ttiu'.v, jiuhI, tiintu r fH'hiiK. (.fit JJHJ l.l.'J ll xtwti it ill itny druis nturfi. '! spent Monday In jsewpon. Mr. Thomas is employed in Dayton but owns a farm west of this city Sunday. Mrs. W. G. Parrett and daughter, Mrs. D. B. Hurd of Newport spent the weekend in Champaign visiting MrB. Parrett's oTheT aaugtiter. Cor poral and Mrs. Carl W. Seet, Jr. Mr. Parrett who-is employed in nhait city returned home with them Sunday evening and stayed until Monday eveninc at his home In Newport. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. n Mrs. Milton Lewis were:' Mr. and Mrs. JTohnie Ellis and family of Wavnetown. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Armstrong of Kingman, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Armstrong of Newport and Mrs. Charles E. Lewis and eon ot Williamsport, Jnd. Mr. and Mrs. John Park and MI-dren of Newport spent Saturday in Terre Haute where Mr. Park attended teachers' institute. They were Saturday night and Sunday guests of Mrs. Park's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter La Rue of Blaokhawk, Ind. Donald Sims of Indianapolis spent his vacation with his -father, Lewis Sims of Newport. On Thursday they ..... -cintia 41 whom 4hn' fl-ilx- Mr M'. "Don Bwalm and Mrs. Minnie -Coffa. MrB. Ruth Swingle returned to "her home in Newport Monday after visiting her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Swingle of Perrysville. Mr. and Mrs. Swingle accompanied Mrs. Beulah Chipps and daughter. Mrs. H. Milton Crooke, entertained Mrs. "W. Parrett and daughter, Mrs. Donaldson B. Hurd, with a table of bridge at their home "Wednesday evening. Mrs. Verner Van Vliet and Mrs. Hurd were guests at the Chipps' home on Thursday evening -when a table of bridge -was again enjoyed. Girls Have Luncheon Newport High School girls enjoyed a luncheon prepared by the "home economics class the last period of school Tuesday afternoon. Over 60 girls jammed the home ec room where they were served sandwiches and hot chocolate. Several teachers were also present. During the period, the group sang happy birthday to Miss Lucille HollingBworth who was observing her 17th birthday anniversary that day. her home. Miss Mary "West of Indianapolis. Ind.. and Miss Ruby Foreman of Newport, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph "West and son, Leiton. Miss Gretchen Blair of north of Newport returned to work In the Newport public library Monday mornlng after a week's vacation. Mrs. Marion Tolk and Mrs. Rob ert Cannon, both of Ridgefarm, 111., were Friday dinner guests of Mrs. H. Milton Crooke of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Alten Rose, Sergeant Those present were, Mrs. H. S. Hawkins, Mrs. Oroer McMasters, Mrs Herbert Youmans, Mis. Dora Harger, Mrs. D. P. Williams and Mrs. C. D. Williams, both of Ridgelarm, 111., and the hostess. Mrs. Foos. Guests present were Mrs. C V. MHclien of RidgefaTm, 111., -ana two youngsters, Bammy Hawkins nd Ann McMasters. A weiner roast was held at the liome of Mt. and Mrs. Arthur Rems-; lurg last Wednesday evening in honor of t'heir twin daughter's 11th birthday anniversaries. After the weiner roast, the twins, Jean and Joan entertained the 22 ' guests with games. Those present n-ere, BITly BaTker. Billy Craft, Earl Robertson, Dono-! van Kelly, Kaye Harrison. John Bush, Jimmie Moore. Jimmie Dulger, Max RusBell, Jack Newlin, Ann Mc-. Masters, Mary Katherine Bush, Peg-! gy Food, Eleanor Whittington. Anna Lou Asbury, Jessie Baker, Marilyn Newlin, Betty Moore, Mary Lou Bur roughs, Betty Ann Hayworth. Bob-1 bie Sue Lamberth, PhylliB Hollings- worth and Rev. and Mrs. Ray Mor- j ford. The honor guests received many lovely gifts. Mrs. C. M. Wiggins gave an interesting review of "AlaBka,' it's transportation, commerce, communication, -natural wealth and defense, at the Tegular meeting of the Delphian Lit erary Society tbe!d at the home of Mrs. Valnette Adams iu .-Newport Thursday evening Following a short business meet ing at whiijh the president. Mrs. Bertha Ellis presided, Mrs. W. G. Parrett talked on the "Origin of Columbus Day." Contests were enjoyed for the remainder of the evening. Refreshments were served to ten members, Mrs. Grace C. Davis. Mrs. Hiltrude Dudley. Mrs. Dora M. Harper, Mrs. Elsye E. Jones, Mrs. "Wilms Lewis, Mrs. Nellie Potts. Mrs. Nellie M. Walt, Mrs. Wiggins, Mrs. Ellis. Mrs. Parrett, and the hostess, Mrs. Dr. G. R. TcGL'IRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Ray 285Vt Blackmail MONUMENTS 0 A Complete Line 0 For Service Drop Us A Card LW.Walsh Monument Co. 2114 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indinna i I I Rose spent Sunday In Cates, Ind. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Weath erman. ' Miss Beverly Arrasmlth, Betty Adams and Herbert Arrasmlth, all of Newport, attended a movie In Clin ton Sunday. Mrs. Vivian Bumgardner of Mount Pelier. Ind., apent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stewart of New- sort. C. M. Higgins and daughter, Mrs. Betty Miller and daughter. Una Sue. visited friends and relatives ia Newport Sunday afternoon. Miss Lucille Pittman of Newport and Mr. Ray G. Pavey of CI (thou were called to Shelbyville, Ind.. Saturday, at the death of their ancle. Dr. M. M. Wells. Mrs. Keith Youmans and son. Barton, of Newport, and Mrs. J. W. Nickell of Danville spent Thursday in Terre Haute shopping. . Miss Mary A. Shipmaa returnee to her home In Lafayette, Ind., this week after spending several days with Mrs. Margaret Conley. Mrs. V. N. Asbury returned home after spending several days with her son, Joe Asbury and family of Sooth Bend, Ind. Clarence Jones returned to Portland, Ore., where lie ts employed at the Kaiser Shipyards. Abel Atfbury and daughter. Gloria Ann, spent Sunday afternoon wfth Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cooke of Quaker. Mrs. Artie. Holton of Danville spent Tuesday with friends Sn Newport. Hersctrel Pollard of Potomac, Hit, spent a few days last week with bis sister, Mrs. Guy Lee and family. A slumber party was held at the home of Miss Virginia Asbury of Newport Friday night. Those who spent the night were: Miss Martha. Barry, Miss Donna Morgan, Miasj Lois Bisnop, Miss luanita Broady and Miss Ru'by Lee. Spaghetti Supper Miss Betty Tyler of Cttntdn entertained four guests at her borne with a spaghetti cupper Tuesday evening. Those present were Miss Mickey Van Sickle of Newport, MisB Frances James and Miss Lucille Hunt of Clinton, and Petty Office second class Raymond Hunt of Norfolk, Va. Paul Noggle and Miss Virginia Benton of Quaker were united in marriage Saturday afternoon at the parsonage of Rev. Anna Smith. Mrs. Ruth Myers of Montezuma spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Adams .and fairiiy. Mrs. Edith Holton of Danville! spent Sunday with Mrs. Margaret Conley. Sarah and Mary Conley of Huntington, Ind., speut the -weekend -with Mrs. Mary Conley. j Mrs. Belle Hegarty was the Sun day -dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Russell spent Thursday evening in Clinton visiting Mrs. Cora Bauge. Herbert ArraBmith spent Sunday evening in Terre Haute visiting Frank Foos. Mrs. Grace Dooley of Newport spent the -weekend "With Mrs. Mary Brooks of Terre Haute, a former -resident of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Oecll James of Pax-; ton, HI., spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Adams and family. . Mrs. Mary Mandiok of Gary spent Tuesday night with Mrs. Sophia. Miss Peggy Canada? spent "Wed nesday night with Mrs. Marjorle Reed of near Hillsdale. The two girls spent Thursday in Clinton. Mrs. Herbert Elliott Of George town, 111. spent Saturday attending quarterly meeting at the Friends' Church and visiting friends in Newport. na Ralston, Mrs. Evelyn Scott, Mrs. Nellie Shew, Miss Kathleen Taylor and the two pledges, Mrs. Margaret Bates and Mrs. Delia Ooidner. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Lillian Ashley and Miss Kathleen Taylor on November 6. Mrs. Ida Moore fell Friday and broke her arm in two places. Frank "Foos of Terre Haute, former resident of Newport, spent Thursday evening In Newport. Helt's Prairie News Events South Bend Man Here On Vinit; Local Students In Hillsdale Class Play Robert Hann of Montezuma 1b spending a Jew days with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Garrett. He formerly made lifs home with the Garrett family for ten years. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy ftickle and daughter, Helen, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Niekle and daughter, Judy Lynn, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Walthall near Ridgefarm. j Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reed had as I their'Bunday dinner quests. Mr. and Mrs. (Jloyd Earles of Clinton. j Paul Johnson of South Bend spent the weekend here with his sister. Mrs. Idean Hughes, and his wife, who was Mrs. Hughes' guest for several days. All three, together with Mrs. Carl Johnson spent Sunday in Dana, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Johnson. Miss Lucille McDowell was a Bun-day dinner guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs- Claude McDowell. She then spent the afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Forest Mack. Members of the Hillsdale High School Junior class presented their annual class play Tuesday evening. Donald Gosnell played the leading man. Misses Eleanor Mayes and Mar-dell Blake were also in the cast. Forest Mack attended a district meeting of the AAA held Wednesday in Crawfords ville. tt r , l- M ' ss as ie . Farcers Prid: er lb. 25c1 Two Ho. 2 cans 29 FAHr.'ERS PR!E EARLY JUNE SALT Thrt3 3-fb. pkgs. 25 FARMERS PRIDE REGISTERED! AP01C0TS Fanners Pride 34C iiiutifir jtHHteuriztttimi and sanitary 4Hrt.rHii irfej:iiard milk. -av m.t:p if CLINTON PURE MILK iti'liv '!-(! U yuiir liuitie flnih . aTV5J?L to insure Top Quality Tenderness finer Flavor I E-Z BAKE FLOUC1 10 ib, 63c Dauntless Fly Spray pint 25c U' !GE2D -V D m Tftlf AY CR APES ' Delicious-Healthful VICTOR PALONCY Pike & Lincoln Street CHISCO 1 lb. can 35c; 3 lb. can 6Sc WASH BITE SOAP FLAKES Ige. pkg. 19c L'EAT TJEFT. SECDNDIKO BROS. Universal, Ind. SuEeiOYAHCa 558 N. 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