The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on October 27, 1944 · Page 3
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October 27, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Pag Three THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Friday, October 27, 191 L heavy bomber, neverthless. allark- award the Order of the purple Heart ..a ...ii .... -J- in..i.r,i,L .,,,! !m I'i'iiv Officer Hubert G. Chap- Farewell Dinners Held For Two Local Boys Mw wA t rm r!enre-e fhenhall of coastal aircraft strafed enemy road man. of West Middleton. Chapman was wounded In action when his convoys in Albania. The WAAK flew Q Clinton Social Notes Eighth, Ftfth Armies Slog Forward in Italy Through Rain and Mud (CoatlaoM nia. s II 82 sorties. South Fourth street entertained I.HT boat was sunk in the invasion of Normandy. Tuesday Trl Kanna meeting, t D. m. Half Century Club. Bring Uble service with a six o'clock dinner recently in honor of their son, Robert Wayne who left for the Navy. Praise for U.S. Navy for two, prises and fruit, u unauie to come call . Nova Scotia Apple a Cash Crop Apple growing is the most proa pcrou form of farming in Nova Scotia. Those present were u.c- i.iover. With its natrols otx aline across Jack Gltman, "Joker" Foster, Sam Curry and Stanley Beatty, who also Rings Through Land i On Fleet Anniversary Wednesday Women' Relief Corps, I p. m. at the stream, the Eighth reached the banks of the Ronco, '"on a broad front," according to lihe communi the hall. left for the Navy. rh.v r. ail euesta at the Beat que, which also reveal' t J that Polish and British patrols, ctf the Eighth a rmv acitifred new oiltfons In the (Continued from page 1) ty home last week end for a turkey dinner. Both boys are now stationed at tmt Lakes, 111. Notice! The Clinloniaa Want Your News. Pica Call Mis To Itepurt Social News. Phone 8ii or 33. Nine Members At Young Peoples Meeting Thursday Th. Vnnnr I'eoole Class of the mountains north of Bibblena. Itev. F. L. DePoister of the First Christian Church will close the program with a benediction. ' u-. Prank Jndv Libertyville. lUins Drench I'o la' ! Frists Honored Thursday On Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Frist, north of Clinton, were honored at a surprise party Thursday evening given by their neighbors and friends In honor of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hammeraley, Mra. Vaughn Hammersley, Fred Myers, Mra. L. H. Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Blake-sley, Mr. and Mrs. Claude McDowell. Mr. and Sirs Forrest Mack and son. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Mayes, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Saiton. Mr. and Mr. Harry Frist and daughters. Myrtle Lee and Patty Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Foils. Carolyn. Margaret, Ronnie and Sue. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harrington. Christian Church met last night at Heavv rains that dreniched tbe Ap- onninea as well as the -po valley also tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Clayton on Ninth street. Nine members attended the meeting. Mrs. Bert Cox, Universal, and Mr. Bert Wright of Hazel Bluff pent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. William Hedge of Universal. hampered the American Fifth Army force. It operations were oonduct- American Beauty Shop Vera Mao Black Shirley Kispert Observes Tenth Birth Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. EM wood Kispert of Falrvlew entertained Thursday with combined Halloween and birthday parly honoring tbe tenth birthday anniversary of their daughter, Shirley Dean Kispert. Game were played with prizes go-ing to Betty Lou Hixon. Caul Mix-on, Rosella Smith, Marx Crogaley. and Donald Craft. The table was centered with a large birthday cake topped Willi ten lighted candle. Thoae present were Martha Pay-ton, Betty Lou Hixou, Paula Hixon, Rosella Etuith, Janice Murray, Benjamin Miller, Beverly Ann Voto, Lillian Marie H inkle, Barbara Ann Harper, Betty Marie Harper, Stella Mae Fisher, Mary Crossley. Ronald Lockwood. Nancy Hall, Floyd Graham. Donald Craft. Helen Craft. Larry Colletti, Vernon Lee and Dennis Gene Kispert and the honored guest. Mrs. Frank Hixon assisted Mrs. Kispert. Refreshments were served and tbe honored guest received several nice gifts. eA " on a more limited scafe." the During the business meeting, it was decided that Miss Margaret Riimrer will be Hie hostess for the communique said berause of weath 312 S. Main Phone 69 er conditions. The Americans scored local gains, kmnr and lmnnyved their for Specialized Hair Styling Permanent Wave Open Evening next meeting In the Rosenblatt a-partments. Mrs. Ruth Kendall will be In charge of the devotions. Mrs. Lawrence Dempster was In charge of tbe devotional period and INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. Praise for the "mightiest fleet In the history of the world," her accomplishments, and her heroes resounded in Indiana today aa the state Joined with the nation In the observance of Navy Day. In Indianapolis, more than 440 persons attended a Navy Day luncheon where they heard Vice-Admiral Jonas If. Ingram, commander of Allied forces in Hie south Atlantic and Admiral of the South Atlantic Fleet. Admiral Ingram was to review naval training forces stationed at the Naval Armory this afternoon and to ward most position along Oie Bologna highway and in mountain height guarding the approaches to the vital city. - The evening waa spent socially u sMna Riireess. 1ZUU KOUtn Mrs. C. W. Huxford, jr., tne enter Fifth street; Mr. Catherine Thomas Bogged Down in Mud Roaeed down in cloppy. rain- tainment. Prizes were awarded to Rev. De PoUter. Miss Margaret Blower, and 120 North Third ana mu- i- 4a virin uain. were admit and refreshments were served. The members of the Golden Hour Sunday school class presented the honored guests with a large gift and several smaller gifts. Throw Tour Sera Into the Fight! ted to the county hospital Thursday ..iM. drenched terrain, some of the Vank units, in many cases, bad to be content with digging in and otherwise consolidating previously gained posi Simple Test Aids Thousands Who Are Hard of Hearing Thank to in ef no-mlt hearing I, mar tlxtarvU who bve U. Ktnp-vrarilr 4cafcae4 fo-r ur itocy bear well yon BSC iAkcte4 t-r ririjjsof, Ixuung kfsA tVAes due to hriM or rw;uiatt4 w Icttumrnt, trr Oufwe klm Mrtlv tt. V few fu tura-M or yvu rt Tvwr money back at Mrs. DePoister. Others present were H. D. Wellman, Mrs. Huxford. Mr. run.i and James Wallace. Re Rachel Brewer, Dana, muss nu- Shannon. Boekville and Mrs AT FIRST freshment were served by tbe hos . i. pi.Ama at prnice. were dismissed from the county hospital Thursday. MCfc At MiMitt VlinaW tions south: of Bologna. Rivers became formidable obstacles and highway were made impassable by the torrential. Icy downpours. Weather Haropers Air Operations Tbe weather also limited aerial operations. A small force of Allied www mm tess. m m m Friendly Bunco Members Attend Hallowe'en Party Nine members of tbe Friendly Bunco Club met at the Clinton Hotel Thursday evening for a pot-luck i ' J' - "A SMART START FOB NEW ARRIVALS' .AT THE BABY SHOP mm 0000004 supper and Halloween party. During the business meeting. 1 2 ,,tvA m the War Fund Drive. -fj' wi Mr. and Mr. Charles B. Wilson. Chesterton, Ind., are the parent of Bunco was played at three tables a son born Thursday, Oct. i at in Methodist hospital. Gary. Ini. The -rciirhcd eieht bounds and ! Doimft Miss TMs! 1 with Mrs. Osborne winning hign ana travel; Mrs. Margaret Crowder, bunco; and Mary Shannon, low. Other members attending were Mr. Josephine Chamber. Mr. Thel-n,a Randle. Mrs. Marsonne Mott, seven ounce and baa been named Robert LeRoy Pleaa. Mr. Wilson a the former Mis Kdnamae A. Con Mrs. Betty Reed, Mrs. Hazel Smith, ner. 1002 Pike street, Clinton. Mrs. Sybil S perry. ur. enerrv will be the hostess for the meeting to be held next Wednes DIAPERS, BANDS, GOWNS, SLIPS. SHIRTS, HOSE, ROBES, KNIT SUITS. BROADCLOTH CREEPERS. RUBBER SHEETS. WATER BOTTLES. CRIB SHEETS. PILLOWS AND PILLOW CASES. BLANKETS. CARRIAGE ROBES. BOOTIES. BONNETS. S ACQUES AND SOFT SHOES Clinton Township War Fund Coal Coming Closer (Costiaued from paga 1) Two Genuine Sealed Beam Driving or Fog Lights for the Price of One! S day at ber home in Fairvlew. Red Rose Girl Scouts Meet at Kitinoja Home Esther Kitinoja was hostess recently for tbe Red Rose Girl Scout meeting. Foilwing the dinner, a business meeting was held., and plans for meeiiim In the future were discus meat Lindsay; Phillip Hixon, Her-sbel B. Dugger. 8.7. Albert M. Hudson; rrans 8. Dugger; Joe Tasso; Mark L. Ed Per Pair Per Pair $5.9, wards; . George B. Foa, iveii sed Plans for patrles and new members were also presented and will be completed at tbe next meeting to be Jean Renwick. Contribution of $7.8. Cecil H. Harrison: 1760. William Trosper, Tony Mildazis, Delos B. Marion and Robert R. Casbner; $7.28. H. Rose; 7. Oliver Vltanieml, Paul A. Brew held November 1, at HJllereat. Three iumu. Mabel Gunnoe, Bar THEY'VE BEEN "HABD-TO-CET BUT W E NOW HAVE IN STOCK . . DISH PANS WATER PAILS STOVE PIPES bara Kitinoja and John Kitinoja attend the meeting. Members present er, Perley G. Jacksoa, Sara S. Gra were Eileen Donald, Carmeuo uirai-fa urn Knelish. Mary Canaday. Kuth Adams, Rosemary Jones, Grace Paloney. the hostess and Mrs. Ella FULL LINE OF MECHANIC'S TOOLS SEAT COVERS - CUSHIONS ThG ARROW AUTO STORE Kitinoja. mm Larze Attendance At Bunco ham. Martha S. Jone and Jonn w. Oliver; .38. Harry J. Galbraith; .7$, Betty L. Dlrker and George Wake; i.72, John Harvey Reed and Albert Colombo; $.. France Yo-eum; l.S, Domlnick A. Buke. 16. Ora B. Mowbray, John L. Hog-gaU, James O. Fellows, Mr. Conget-ta G. Wilson. James G. Earle, Charles D. Paine, George Berrisford, and Paul E Watson. 15. C. Scagglarl. L. F. Webster, Orville W. Smith, Aliee Blackburn, i Anrl Eurhre Partv Thursday PICTUIIE FRAMES Leatherette 3x4 Size Novelty Bamboo 10 x 12 FBL'IT PLAQUES - Novelty BEDROOM PICTURE SETS Large Size BEDEOOM PICTURES Approximately thirty-five members ni fne Pocahontas Lodge attended the bunco and euchre party held at 202 SOUTH MAIN Clif Sherrill the hall Thursday evening. Winners in the euchre game were un John Dunsmore and Harley Paul Hungerford Ruby A. St. John. Rosemary V. rignt, Martha i iiine Reed. Ruth B. Fon- cannon, B. E- Henderson, Letha H. Adams, Albert Chaney, uorsey r. Wallace, Clyde F. Thomas and Wil liam 1. Kutch. ft. Hazel W. Vaughn and J. K. STOVE CEMENT 1 Lb. 15c; 5 Lb. 59c BIKE TIKES, complete with tube $3.00 Small LINOLEUM BUGS 10c and 15c One Gallon BUTTEB CHUBNS $L75 NOVELTY VASES FOB THE HOME MEDICINE CABINETS NEW LINE OF BROOMS , m.4 Duniop. Thomson, high: Mrs. John Stein and Carl James, lones; and Mrs. William Foster and Mrs. Ada Neidlinger, second high. Mrs. Margaret Gray won high In bunco; Mrs. Christina Graham, bunco and Mrs. Theresa Lanzone, second high. I Mrs. Claude Foltz Hostess For Acme Club Meeting I Members of tbe Acme Club met at I the home of Mrs. Claude Foltz 'Thursday afternoon. Mrs. John Ross $S, Mary K. Basso. W ilms u. nan. Galen E Taylor, B. P. Catterson, i.mK H Hobbs. John Raymond Sim. Louis Enrico, John Compasso, m,i, unrria Robert L. Lllley. Anna For Only $1.00 f uninn Joseoh Colombo, pene- mi grine Turchl and Larky G. Been. THE TIME FOR DECISION . . . We Carry A Complete LINE OF HARDWARE CARPENTER'S TOOLS received the birthday gift. Bunco was played at three tables with prizes going to Mrs. Fred Meckel, high; Mrs. Glenn Bridgeman. second high; Mra. Harry Kelley. bunco, Mra. Ross, low and Mrs. Har Jap Resistance Crumbling On hey te Island (CocUstaa rruss 1) ry Moore, travel. The next meeting will be in two weeks with Mra. William R. Brown as hostess. Lovely New Line ... OVAL CHENILLE BUGS "For Everywhere In The Home" We Have 1944 WALLPAPEE PATTERNS AT REDUCED PRICES ZORZI BARGAIN STORE Chest Colds To ReGere Misery wictts VVapoRub Clinton; Ind. ft, tttll tit. RutOflTestetf Ubon. three and one-half mile west of Catmon Hill, and Bori, on the Burauen-Dagaml road In the southern sector of the island. Spokesmen at MacArthur headquarters announced the Samar Island invasion gave American forces complete domination of San Junaico strait, a strangle route to the inland Philippine Seas. The swift, violent moves of Mac-Arthur's men are leaving the enemy befuddled and desperate, causing them, at times, to make their suicidal 'Baniai" charge, htnipers la Action About the only opposition confronting the Yank in their inland PA n i A COMPLETE LINE OF COSMETICS THE BRANDS YOU'VE BEEN WANTING IN THE SHADES THAT FLATTER YOU. I drive is rearguard and sniper ac-I tion. with the Jap snipers operating I mostly at dawn. They have been I creeping up to Yank frontline dur-I ing the night and waiting until day-i light to fire upon the assault troops. MAX FACTOR DON JUAN WOODBURY'S POND'S WESTMORE HARRIET HUBBARD AYER ARMAND'S EOBEBT A'S BEAUTY SHOP 187 Korth 7 th fctt. PHONE IS4-W PERMANENT? GIVEN AT NIGHT JERGENS SPECIAL OFFER PANCAKE MAKEUP AND POWDER Both For $1.00 29"X Opening For SALES LADY EXPEEIEXCE In Retail Belling Preferred STEADY EMPIAiYMEST Apply At LOUISE. Inc. VISIT OUR PERFUME BAR DEVILTRY TEZA APPLE BLOSSOM TOILET WATERS AND COLOGNES JEWELRY NOVELTIES GIFTS STATIONERY BLAKE'S NEIGHBORHOOD STORE XtMiTH NIXTH MT.KKT Built to wear from October through Spring, thi year and many more. Dove-soft woolen, or deep-piled mixture in basic color or bright hue. Chesterfield, boy coats or bal-maccaans that,it easily over dres-sea or iuita. Size 12 to 20. '

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