The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on October 20, 1944 · Page 3
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Friday, October 20, 1944
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PagoTKretf THE DAILY CLINTONIAN ' Friday, October 20, 1944. TODAY'S PATTERN (j Clinton Social Notes Roosevelt to Invade New York in Speech On Foreign Policy (Continued from page 1) were urged to attend the P.ed Cross tion. It is forecast that the President's campaign, Just now getting underway, will carry him right up to balloting time. Next Friday night he will Bpeak at an open-air rally in Shibe Park, Philadelphia, In a move aimed at Pennsylvania's large electoral vote, and also to counter Dewey's appeal for the labor vote, to be made In Pittsburgh tonight. Later in the month, or early in November, the President will speak also in Boston, to sound out the New England vote. .May Seak in Midwest Meanwhile, two other major speeches are in prospect, although not. yet officially announced. One would carry him to Chicago, and the other to Cleveland. SonE'fiihoAT due to a cold .. .let a little time-tested VapoRub melt m a - A in your mouth W I W l V ... works line 1 V VAPORUB The President will speak In New York rrom 9:30 to 10 p. m. and the address will be broadcast to the nation over the NBC and Blue Networks. The speech will follow an inspection tour ot naval and military Installations in the New York City area that will carry him through the boroughs of Queens, Manhattan, the Bronx and Brooklyn. For the rirst time since Pearl Harbor, his movements will not be shrouded by the secrecy which cloaks a President in wartime for reasons of security. Outline Fighting Campaign Mr. Roosevelt's New York speech will be only the first of a fighting campaign that will be aimed at capturing the large electoral votes in borne of the key states of the na la NEW PLASTIC FINISH treats Wat fO(M LOOKING YOUR 1 . BEST? Make several outfits of Pattern 9344 . . . pants of wool, overalls or corduroy; shirts or plain and pluid cotton. All simple to make! Pattern 934 4 comes In sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. Size 6. shirt, takes yd. 35-in.; pants, Vs yd. 64-ln. 1'laysult Included in pattern. Send TWENTY CENTS In coins for this pattern to The Daily Clintonian, Pattern Dept., 155 N. Jeffer son St., Chicago 80, III. Print plain ly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, HTVi.E NUMBER. - FIFTEEN CENTS more brings you the Marian Martin Fall and Winter Pattern Book full of smart, easy-to-make Btyles. A free bed-jacket pattern is printed right In the book. Wildcats to Play Team Coached by Former Local Man Tonight (Continued rrom page 1) Russell, Povlin, Secondlno, Glover, Oilman, Graham, Cirey, Verzina, M. Reinero, D. Reinero, McLelsh, En-rietto. Curry, Pastore, and lluin- gardner in his group of Wildcats making the jaunt to Princeton. Several' Clinton fans are expected to make the trip to Princeton to back up the Cats tonight. Population Increase Completion of Nicaragua's latest census shows a 10 per cent increase In population for this Central American republic since 1931. The present population of Nicaragua is estimated at 1,013,946. And The Catholic Women Meet In New Club Cottage Thursday Evening Mm. Fml Porter Himtttw For Catholic Woman's 'lul Meeting in New Clirt) Rooms. Large Attendance Present. Mrs. Fred Porter, president of the Catholic Woman's Club presided at the meeting held Thursday evening. A large attendance was present at the meeting held in the club cottage, on Nebeker street, which has been recently redecorated and new fur nishings Installed. The club rooms have been made possible through the financial donations and labor of several members of the club. All club activiteis will be held at the club cottage in the future. Ten dollars was voted to the War Relief Fund and Mrs. Helen Gurchi discussed plans for the November fall festival, time and place will be announced later. Mrs. Jessie Carbon gave a report on the rummage sale. A committee was appointed to pack the clothing to be sent to the war stricken nations. All members Notice! The Clintonian Wants Your News. Please Cull Miss Lear To Report Social News. Phone 82 or as. American Beauty Shop Vera Mae Black 812 S. Main Phone 60 Specialized Hair Styling Permanent Waves Open Evenings rttvrtvrY YSaHy i Greater Hose Values at Root's Compare . . . Save! Merville RAYON HOSE Fine quality Mer-villes, exclusive at the Root Store. Seamless styles with cotton rein forced heel and toe. Sizes 8 '4 to 10. Vista Beige. Celanese SHEER HOSE Full fashioned, 45 - gauge hose with neat, long-wearing cotton reinforced foot and toe. Vista Beige and Patio Sun. Sizes 8 to 10 Vs. 42 Gauge Rayon Fine quality full fashioned bose in Honey Glo aTid Sun Dash.. Flat tery for r all costumes. ,izes 8 V6 h to IQ. a I' jS& IjSrlffl-jfom Looking fSJOWM Y fa" stJyTOmW gA look vPSr J" feel iraS'Vcrll ,a,1', clothing 'fMliX Y Way" C jj Trtw MODEL 8iM South Main 68c 86c 88 Come In And See Our 1944 WALLPAPER PATTERNS Before You Start That Fall Housecleanlng. STAATS AUTO SUPPLY "The Place to Bay" jour best for these snappy da's? You'n ,,,nt '"u has a lot to ln with how you I and you'll find that frmhly ami Ilr"'d cloth lug I III drj-cleuned the "Model will do a lot for your personal I apitearance. Illl CLEANER ' Phone 13 jjjj sewing classes. Mrs. Julia Nolte was the winner of the door prlzs. The decorations used and refreshments served were in keeping wilh the Halloween season. Mrs. Josephine Merietta was in charge of the program and was as sisted by Mrs. Irene Gregory, Mrs. Mary Berto, Mrs. Mary Pitchkites, Mrs. Ann Doughty and Mrs. Hattle Amattl. The next business and social meeting will be hied In December. The program will be in keeping with Christmas. Mrs. Clayton Hostess For Jolly Homemakers Meeting Ten members of the Jolly Home- makers enjoyed a birthday party Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Glenn Clayton of North Ninth street. Those observing birthdays in October were Mrs. Melvln Groves, Mrs. W. M. McCracken, Mrs. Clayton, and Mrs. Alex Waugh. Each was presented a corsage of baby mums by the hostess, Mrs. Waugh. The table was decorated In pink and white with a three tier birthday cake as a centerpiece. Following the one o'clock luncheon, ice cream and cake were served. Contests were enjoyed with Mrs. William Brown, Mrs. McCracken and Mrs. Groves winning. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Anstead, Out-of-town relatives and friends attending the funeral of little Nancy Carol Newland, were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert LaRue of Spiceland, Ind.. Mrs. Florence Kizer, son and daughter, Mrs. Margaret Dlckerson and G. M. Pritchard of Danville, 111., Joe Samuels, Mrs. Verner Samuels and Mrs. Kenneth Sprouls of Cayuga and Miss Marie Myers of Terre Haute.- clinton 3 stor Soft flattering Sun. Sizes 8 90 Crepe Gowns 1 .69 P1' HOO H. MAI ST. CMXTO.V A L I a D a QmunQ Fridav Wabash Camp, RNA. Regular meeting with Mrs. Maggie uelier, Walnut Btreet. 7:30 p. m. Fairview Community Club, town hall, regular bunco games. Games start at 7:30 p. m. Public invited. Monday Woman's Club, Miss Eva Stokes-berry, 2 p. m. Jerusalem Chapter, 254 O. E. S., Masonic Hall, 7:30 p. m. Past matrons and past patrons night. Tuesday Delta Theta Tau Hallowe'en party In Half Century Club at 8 p. m please rnme masked. Those not going notify Mrs. Henry Paloncy, 6 4 J-J by 9 a. m. Tuesday. Three Guests Attend Helts Prairie Home Economics Meeting Nominating Conunlttee Reports Mrs. Harlow Frist As The New Club President. Five Dollars Donated to War Fund. Eighteen members and three guests attended the HeltB Prairie Home Economics meeting at the home of Mrs. Herschel Andrews Thursday with Mrs. Ed Randolph as assistant hostess. The rezular all day meeting was held with a covered dish luncheon served at noon. The meeting, in charge of the president, was opened by the members repeating the club creed and the salute to the flag. Roll call was answered with each member giving a! short topic on the Control of Con tagious Diseases in the Home. Devotions were in charge of Mrs. Forrest Mack. The history of the song of the month, "Dixie" was given by Mrs. Gloyd Earles and was sung in unison. Members of the nominating committee gave their report and the new president of the organization Is Mra. Harlow Frist; vice-president, Mrs. Forrest Mack; treasurer, Mrs. Herschel Andrews; secretary, Mrs. Carl Miller and leaders, Mrs. Ray-! mond Dlakesley and Mrs. Austin Mayes. Mra Rmnrv nnnebrake gave a re port on the recent planning meeting for 1945 at Newport, rne lesson, "Caro and Cleaning of Wood Surfa ces" was given by Mrs. Henry Mitch ell. Members or the ciud votea t to the War Fund Drive. The next meeting will be held November U at the home of Mrs. Harlow Frist with Mrs. Ernest Harrington assisting., (iuests attending were Mrs, Victor Randolph, Mrs. Ernest Dixon and Mrs. Wendell Brown. Members attending were Mrs. Carl Williams, Mrs. Collett Harrison, Mrs. Emory Bonebrnke, Mrs. Ray Hammersely, Mrs. Lewis Reed, Mrs. James Dyer. Mrs. Gloyd Earles, Mrs. Raymond Blakesley, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Sam Sax-ton, Mrs. Harry Frist, Mrs. Randolph, Mrs. Homer Smock, Mrs. Ernest Her-rington and Mrs. Mack. Jolly Eight Club Members Entertained Thursday Mrs. James Cunningham entertained the members of the Jolly Eight Club at her home Thursday. During the business meeting a $2 donation was voted to the War Fund Drive. Bunco was played following the business meeting with Mrs. David Jenkins winning high; Mrs. Oscar Howard, bunco; Mrs. Raymond Thomas, low; and Mrs. David Llnd-sey, travel. The next meeting will be held in two weeks at the home of Mrs. Frank Greullch. Nancy Kay LaRoche, 722 Mulberry street, was admitted to the county hospital Thursday as a medical case. Eugene Pepelea, North Seventh street; Andrew Wilson, North Seventh Btreet; Mrs. Evelyn Cook, R.l. Clinton; Mrs. E. Faye Rlckett, Bloomlngdale, Ind.; Helen Kelster, Cayuga; Mrs. Russell Voyles and baby. Ridgerarm, Ind. and Stephen Meschen, Cayuga, were dismissed from the county hospital Thursday. I ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP S 1ST North 7th St. I PHONE 1S4-W 1 PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT GEORGE K. LLOYD'S Shorthorn Dispersal In connection with a general sale of farm property six miles southeast of liorkville, or fire miles southwest of Bellniore, or 13 miles north of Brazil, Ind. MONDAY, OCT. 30 12:30 P. M. 25 Head of Shorthorns consisting of ten rows with calves at foot; four open heifers, and our nerd sire, Cedarbrook Pilot, a son of Cedarbrook Vigilance. Cedar-brook Pilot was the top selling Shorthorn bull at the 1943 Indiana State Spring Shorthorn Sale, selling for 11730. Cattle are T. B. and Bangs Tested. GEORGE K. LLOYD Route 8, ROCKYILLE, IND. St. Bernice PTA to Honor PSnuphall Team With SuDDer rvh Ut nornlM P. T. -A. held itS regular meeting Tuesday evening at the high school with the presiaem, Thelma Pirttle in charge. The meeting opened with the Salute To the Flag and repeating the Lord s pray-er. pinna were made for a supper to be held Tuesday, Oct. 24 In honor of the baseball team and their coach, Mr. Mayes. A donation of five dollars was voted to the War Fund. Fallowing the business session, the meeting was turned over to the Mmrram enmmtttee with Mrs. Walk er in charge. A piano duet by Neva Joyce Smith and Leona King was enjoyed. A vocal duet was presented hv i.enna KInc and Dorothy Travis accompanied by Frances Myers. Refreshments were served with Norma Connell, home economics teahcer In charge. a. m War Fund Program Given At Crompton Hill School Students of the Crompton Hill School presented their War Fund Drive program' at the school house Friday morning. 4 aorlpa of musical numbers were given by members of the six grades. Students participating were Jerry Wright, Grace Dugger, Wayne Far-rlngton, Shirley and Mildred McCol-lon, Mary Jane and Nancy Thomas, John Aimone, Myrtle Edington, John Lee Turchi and several otner members of the grades. Bettv Stash, girl scout- led the group in the Pledge to the flag. T.t CAr. and Mrs. R. L. Bence, St. T.nnis. Mo., former residents of Clin ton, are the parents of a daughter born Jn St. Louis Monday, uct. is, according to word received by J. L. Homey. The infant weighed seven pounds and four ounces and has been named Carolyn Frances. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Russell, Dana, are the parents of a. daughter born at the county hospital Wednesday. The Infant weighed eight pounds ana eighteen ounces and has been named Patricia Dawn. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Solomon, Universal, are the parents of a son born at the county hospital Thursday. The infant weighed eight pounds and nine ounces and has not yet Deen named. . . . F.D.R. Bars Allied Recognition Of De Gaulle Regime WASHINGTON, D. C. It was acknowledged, .officially .today .that the State Department is ready to Join the British and Soviet governments In immediate recognition of the De Gaulle committee as the provisional government of France, but action is being held up by President Roosevelt. It was reported that a State Department proposal ' of recognition has lain on the President's desk for weeks since before the Quebec conference last month. Officials are frankly restive under the President's delay. One official, directly charged with French affairs, said: "The wind seems to be blowing in the direction of recognition, but you never know when he (the President) is going to act." An opportunity to extend recognition promptly was seen in the proposal of Gen. Eisenhower to relinquish control of civil affairs In large areas of France to the De Gaulle government. This would make a distinction between "interior zones" and "military zones," and would give De Gaulle control over the interior cones, including Paris. ' Washington officials described this pending action by Eisenhower as "a beautiful peg to hang recognition on". Although thiB grant of control to De Gaulle could be made without formal recognition of bis government, it would provide a convenient opportunity for the United States to take the long delayed action. When it comes, the action is expected to be announced simultaneously In Washington, London and Moscow. (lor. Thomas E. Dewey charged Wednesday night that "Mr. Roosevelt's persistent refusal to grant recognition to the De Gaulle government of France Is contributing to the increasing chaos behind our lines at a critical period of tbe war." Carrier-Based Planes Play Important Role In Philippines Move (Centlnoed from pare 1) Kinkald's Seventh Fieeb and units of Admiral William F. Halseys Third Fleet paved the way for seizure of three points on the eastern coast of Leyte. In addition to the more than 1.300 enemy planes destroyed in the ten-day operation against the Ryukya Islands, Formosa and Luzon, Nimitz' communique last night brought the total or Jap ships sunk to 86 in the same raids and listed 127 enemy vessels damaged. Carrier aircraft also destroyed or damaged 155 smaller craft in their smashes as Japanese defenses protecting lifelines to the stolen eastern empire. The Nimitz communique announced results of a three-day strike in the Philippines and said that approximately 111) planes were destroyed and 3 ships suuk of damaged Oct. 16, 17 and It. Clothes Will Be PENNEY S aSfVJS For LINOLEUM, WOOD and CEMENT FLOORS, FURNITURE, etc. A genuine plastic, cellophanelike coating that is easy to apply with brush or spray. Provides a brilliant self-leveling coat that dries in a few hours. Non-skid, long-wearing. Unaffected by alcohol, water or fruit acids. Restores color and beauty to any surface. ACCfM NO SUBSTITUTI PHONE 177 INDIANA Cossack Jackets All wool I'luhl rrnnt ft ftft , .....! .I..-,,.. Jsa Warm Reversibles I inriii luieih, riy- f r i ,i, i I'or all weather C Qf uroteeilon. Ws3U A WX&wMi f t 4 WITH SPECIAL ATTENTION TO y bheer Ab uauge Kayons Jr. Rugby Matched Suits Herringbone twerd and iild in u rm und A manly! Smoothly tullorrd. hliivlt- or diul, hri-ast- vk7w Ideal weight for dress or office. shades in V,jsta Beige and Patio to lOVi. Women's Cotton Fine quality, sheer cotton crepe gowns in smart styles and dainty in pastel shades of Pink, Blue and White. Sizes 16 to 20. ed styles. KukkxJ: :i io . Cool Weather Sweater All wool, dumlilo k Mil insuring warmth and fl Aft comfort. Coat style. skiJS Fall Fabric Loupe Sturdy, pood - loukiiiK gabardine, sport psi- t Aft terns. ti30 IRON DUTCH OVENS, Pyrex Lid . . $2.98 CHICKEN FRYER, Iron with Pyrex Lid $2.45 IRON SKILLETS No. 8, $1.20 - No. 6, $1.05 - No. 3, 60c Sturdy HARDWOOD IRONING BDS $2.19 COLLAPSIBLE SLEEVE BOARDS ... .59c 10-Qt. GALVANIZED BUCKETS 39c WANTED! - EXTRA HELP ON SATURDAYS Ladies! If you are interested in working just on Saturdays, apply to the manager at the J. C. Penney Co.

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