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Clinton, Indiana
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Monday, October 30, 1944
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Monday, October 30, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Fage Six PUBLIC 'NOTICES BUSINESS SERVICES Retired Dana High School Teacher Dies Oct 26 Miss Iva Jordan, a former school teacher In Dana High School, died suddenly in Dr. Miller's office in tile Tribune Building at Tene Haute, Thursday, Oct. 80, Miss Jordan spent ber entire life in the vicinity ot Dana and taught ia Dana schools for 25 years before retiring approximately 17 years ago. She made her hooie In the Jordan county home southeast of Dana with her brothel's widow, Mrs. Bertha Jordan. She was a member of the As You Like It Club and the Methodist Church and was a member of the Elyspiau Literary Society and the Ilf'lnhians for many years. Her per '.'i. 1 m chief, and fruit basket op-set were played. Isolations were in keeping with the Halloween season. Refreshments of popcorn balls, punch and doughnuts were served. Nut cups containing Halloween candy and black cbenlle cats were given as Javors, Those present were Ann Gerrish, Ann Ashley. Colleen Ashley, Joan Thomas, Larry Duke Scott. John Cottrell, Delia Marie Falls, Joyce Goldner. John Coldner, Linda Brown. I'hyllis Bates. Teachers present were Mrs. John Miller, Mrs. Will Wood. Mrs. Charles Brown and Mrs. Cirif-fen. Guests were Allen Brown, f'eggy Lou Miller, Mrs. J.iJIiuu Ashley and Mrs. Margaret Bates. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Martin of Bos-well, Ind- returned home after spending the week end with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Vauice Bennett of Danville, Ind. were Sunday guests of Jfr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Feck. was the writing of hundreds of letters to her former pupils. CLmiPetl Ads Sell Most Aavtning LOANS . . . S50 S100 S200 S250 and S300 Vs. you can obtain loan based oa your earning ability and yo pay Interest ONLY for the tlm you hav the loaa. The J'ublie Loan Company will assist you flulcklynd privately. If yo are steadily employed 1 factory, office, store or elsesrnere. Come in and talk over your money problems 1U us. We will arrange your payments to suit your Income. Costs are reasonable. Interest rate of 3 per month on unpaid balance for amounts up to fl&O; amounts $150 to 1300, IV Pr monlh on unpaid balance. A $50.00 loan repaid In five monthly Installments of $10.82 each, costs H.tiO but If repaid In 10 days, costs only 6c. Voa may borrow to pay old bills, your Doctor or Dentist, taxes or insurance . . , or any worthy purpose. If a loan can help you, phone or eome to the I'ubllc Loan Company. Find Here the Cash Loan You Need. Pay I Fay 12 Pay Dieata. menu, vneota. no 7.t2 njm nAue f IUO fl.2S SI 1.72 1 0.05 H( aS.K 2X.2 l.8 filO 5.I7 2t.7 'Z.M .'ilK IHi.Vt !54JJ JM PUBLIC LOAN CO. 219H Mala St. Fhone 2S2 Interesting Social Newi Everyday finstont sonal contribution to the war effort B. I. PAVEY ABSTRACTS NOTARY I'l'IJMO NEWPORT, IND. flea. 73 Walnut St. Clinton. Ind. Tel. 419-J TEXACO CUSTOM, Vyjg i Agassi V ACTOBV - 'OXTBOIXJEW RECAPPING 7.C0 e.00-1 Grade A Quality Oamelback K Ration Certificate Heeded POLAND'S SERVICE STATION FIKESTONE 120 K. MAIN lilHTH CKKTIFICATE Notice is hereby given that Quiney Albert Wittenuiyer has filJd a petition In the Vermillion circuit Court ot Vermillion County, Indiana, to have the time and place of his birth determined. Said petition Is set for hearing on the th day of November, 1. CAUL R. BIWS, Clerk ot the Vermillloa Circuit Court. NOTICK OK KISAli KKTTMCMKKT OK KSTATK Notice Is hereby given to the creditors, heirs and legatees of William S. King, deceased, to appear ta COLUMBIA SUNDAY and MONDAY Admission 9c and 25c THOUSANDS CHEER With KaUiryn Grayson dene Kflly Mickey Koouey Judy Garland "Cross Country Detour" Clue Ribbon Cartoon "Early Worm Gets The Bird" Cartoon KKO NEWS Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE I'EATLKE Admission 9c and 20c TAMPECO With Edward G. Robinson Lynn Bar! PLUS THE GHOST THAT WALKS ALONE With Arthur Lake Janis Carter THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c THE UNINVITED With Ruth Hussey Donald Crisp Ray Milland "Puns and Politics" Edgar Kennedy Comedy THEPCTURE3 mm mm mam hakns ciadys ' f T5 V U the Vermillion Circuit Court, held at Newport, Indiana, on the loth day of November. JS44 and show cause, if any, why the FINAL SETTLEMENT ACCOUNTS iih the estate of said decedent should not be approved; and said heirs are notified to then and there make proof of heirship, and receive their distributive shares. WITNESS, the Clerk of said Court, this 19tb day of October, 114 4. CARL B. BIOCS, Clerk of Vermillion Circuit Court. 1023-30; Jl0 44. lilliTH CKKTirlCATE Notice is hereby given that Velma Ellen Marshall has filed a petition in the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County, Indiana, to have the time and place of her birth determined. Said petition is set for hearing on the 2 day of November, 1944. CARL R. BIOCS, Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. Clinton Social Notes Rebekah Member Honored At Surprise Birthday Party , Members of the Rebekah Lodge met Friday uiKht at the ball. Following the business meeting, a surprise birthday parly was held lu honor of Mrs. Button's seventy-eighth birthday anniversary. I A birthday song was sung hy the group and a recitation. "The Back Seat Driver In the Kitchen," was given by Mrs. Edward Cunningham. Mrs. Button gave a reading entitled, "Nonsense." Refreshments were served during, the evening. Methodist Church Class Enjoys Hallowe'en Party The primary department of the Methodist Church enjoyed a masked Halloween party Saturday afternoon at the church. Musical chair, drop the handker- In Memorial In memory of Charles E. Goodhue, who passed away 11 years ago, October 29, 1933 The flowers we place upon your grave, May wither and decay, But love tor you who sleeps beneath, Will never fade away. Sadly missed by his wife, Sarah Goodhue. Sou, Lawrence, and daughter, Inej: Cogall. With The CompUineBt Of THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE -Waiting At Our Office for CARL NIKLON 536 Walnut St Just Come I And Ask For Them! Watch Tbls Bpace Every Day YOUR NAME MAY BE NEXT Jc FINAL TL'E. 40c Color Cartoon "Anvil Chorus Girl"' LATEST NEWS V'Ki:i.LY ceorge patid 8buce calf soNDfgcMPP Tin Fun Kliotv Ot Tin Vr VOTERS OF VERMILLION COUNTY! Exercise Your Constitutional Rights By Voting Tuesday, November 7th. -VOTE DEMOCRATIC- Wis Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Hmi 411V (iap1oii: Ke for each reading Mns (out columa Una, like n of these). Neit two days Iccertion: ths hid ( charge (fou get three days svt aoubls tbs cost ot the first day). Next three days Insertion; the iuii 8c charge (you get a whole Seek five days) at three time the eot of one Insertion). Escu group of tnree days thereafter, e a Use. Blackface (Uk this) IOc per lis. All classified ada including nem- , ., A mnHnaa nf all L ( II H Ifl Mf vrwuia luv w ' : be paid is advance except those by ' regular eustoniers wnose accounts are paid monthly or those from organisations whose tills muat be allowed before being paid. Id the latter case the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment. I FOB SALE HOME FREEZER STORK DICMON-strutor. Deep freeze locker, below aero temperature. VI cu. ft. capacity. Will hold approximately 70U lbs. of meat. Only one, will sell on payments. C. H. Vandeiiburk, 12u E. Ohio St. Rockvllle, Ind. I'hone 380-W. li REFRIUISRATOR ALL I'OKCK-lain 1641 Seegur reach-In electric refrigerator with 14 H- P- Frlgld-aire Compressor. I'sed Short Time. No priority needed. Will sell on imvmcuts. C. 11. Vandenbark. Phone 380-W, Rockvllle, Ind. 14 TWO, i.aoiios.'rT.ack ALL WOOl-cloth coats, fur collars, size 16 and 18; one hoys all wool navy blue coat, size 12; "lie Nerrious mantel V 1 u M tth cikmi. uaj inn. ... Street. tl02x GOOD SEVEN ROOM HOI'SE IN country. Electricity. Good well, soft water In kitchen. Two acres. Immediate possession. O. I". Houston. t2 ONE ' RUBBER' TIRED FLAT TOP wagon, one rubber tired wagon end bed, and one flare corn bed. Harold Jones, Clinton, Route 1. tlOOx LADIES URAL CLOTH COAT. Black. Siae 18. Call between 9 a. m. and 2 p. m. Apt. 4, 222',! Elm street. t2x PrVCLEANING CAN'T REMOVE It. One spraying of Arab odorless mothproof protects up to 6 yrs. against moth damage. Lee Main. FOUR ROOM HOUSE, THREE lots. Carage, outbuildings. Choice corner location, reasonable. Hab-icht, Lyford. t5x ALL WOOL MACKINAW COAT size 12-14; leather jacket size 36-28. 1327 North Ninth Street. t2x USED LUMBER, 2 BY 6, 2 BY 8, and ceiling. 840 North Seventh Street. UOUx USED ARMY SHOES, 3H0 NORTH Ninth Street, Belles Shoe Shop. tlOOx MORE 1'EONY CLUMI'S, RED, pink and white. Hershey Green House and Flower Store. tillf FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO llltA-zll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. I'hone J36-W. t 7-17-44 f 0R1OK, any kind you want. Clinton Auto Wrecking Fart Co. Ernie's. Phone 8, CUntou. Mtf TWO, 26 BOY'S BICYCLES, BAL-loou tires, uew job. George Bain, St. Bernice. tlx WARM MORNING HEATER. AVEN-tino Ma.ssa, Universal. t2. GOOD USED LIMBER.'S. I'hone H, Clilltou. M MAJESTIC RANGE, 231 NO. 4TI1 Street. t2 MAYTAG IRONER. MRS. J. C. DA-vis, St. Bernice. I'hone 04 4. l'J9x FOB KENT THREE ROOM F U R N I S H E D house, full basemenl. inside toilet, coal, lights, water furnished. 939 Blackmail Street. tlx Wanted to Buy or Kent HOUSE-CLOSE IN, MODERN 1'IIK-ferred. Write Box A-442, Clinlon-lan. 1 1 J x Guaranteed PARTS and SERVICE On All Makes of RADIOS and WASHING MACHINES Taylor's Radio Service M N. Oth St. Phone T2 FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Coodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 1Mb and Bogart Mobllgaa Station, Jo Clacoletto, Clinton. 2tf DEAD A N I M'A L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8301 or Crawford tillvS Trre Haute or Dana l2t. We pay all phone charges. John Wacbtel Co., Terrs Haute, tlJ"7 HEAD AKIMAL8 REMOVED PItEE of charge by DmIkkIus and nous, , licensed dealers. Call us as soon as tlier die and reverse charges, Dana Keed Her vice, Oana, Phoue t0. tSrf GUARANTEED 24-HR. REFRICElt- I allon Service. Commercial and j Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, I'hone 1034-4 Cliiitou or 165-J-2, Mon-1 tezuma. 8-1-45 ! MOllLliM.K VOIR DIAMOKD villi a beautiful new plant inuin iiiouiiling from Faraco's Jewelry Shop. ETHYL. WE GOT" IT'" SURE also 6 ply tires The Gas Market, 115 North Main Street, Clinton. t60f bFkDSALS BASTE WAX FOR your floors. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. BELIEVE IT OR NOT, WE HAVE some good watermelons, McCrack-ell Market. tf JOIK OI K CIIHIKTMAS l.AVAWAV Club and select a KeeaJie Ilia-iiond ring: at Faraco's Jewelry shop. turn 1'IANO TUNING AND REl'AIRINO. John Brewer. 1305 South Seventh Street. 18 4 x BENNfc'T TRANSFER LOCAL AND. long distance moviiiK. 400 South' Fourth Street. Fhone 404. tSOf , Guaranteed 24-Hr., Refrigeration Service. Commercial and Iomestlc. F. h. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clin ton or 106-J-2, Montezuma. WANTED RIDES TO SOUTH BLANT, DAYS, Cull 206-W. tlOOx LOST BLACK KID GLOVE SATURDAY IN business section. Return to 340 Mulberry. I'hone 323R. tlx PAID NOTICES NOTICE! Jerusalem Lodge No. 89 F. & A. M. called meeting, Tuesday, Oct. 31. 7:30 p. m. Work in F. C. degree. John Griffiths, W. M., Charles Brown, See. tl NOTICE! Business Women's Rummage Sale. Novcmhci' 3 and 4. ltoom next to FacaroK. II MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAI'ER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly, Bill Blackburn, Cliutonlan. WANTED TO KENT FIVE ROOM MODERN HOUSE I'hone 343-J. t5; WANTED TO BUY -MALL RADIOS. ELECTRIC IRONS any condition. Call 312 B 421 Walnut Street. t2 ELECTRIC WASHER, MUST BE IN good condition. Write Mrs. Cana-day, 348 Sycamore. tlx Avoid Infection To avoid navel infection and joint ill in baby pigs, sows should not be allowed to farrow in or have access to old sheds or feedlots. Application of fresh tincture of iodine to the navel of the new-born pigs aids prevention. Sanitary procedures, cleanliness at castration, and following the McLean county systerg, or a comparable system of swine sanitation, will help to control other in- j fections such as lockjaw, bullnose ( and certain tyoes of scours. j Card of Thank May be take this mi'tliod of thankim: our neighbors and friends for their Floral oHerings and eai'J. W. also wish to I bank Eagle Lodge, Rev. the Ilarnurd. Rev. I'erkilis and family and the Frist Funeral Home for their services in recent bereave- our ment and band in the sickness death of my hus-. Clay Horn. Wife Emma. Shorty I'cherson. Fred and Rosa Coleman and The Ray Family. Democratic County Nominees Itepreseutatlvc in Cougre Mixth District Oils O. Jamison Terre Haute I'roMM ulinK Attorney, 7tb Judicial Circuit J. K. Jones Newport Joint tw-nator for Vermillion, Warren and Fountain kunties Leiand L. Moore PerrysviHe lterM-iilalit'e Veruiillion County Andy M. Johnson Clinton Clerk 'erillillion Circuit Court Paul J-olt2 Clinton Couuly Auditor J. W. Blattcry Clinton County Treaaurer Hay I'ickel Clinton ( ouiity Kheriff John Oamhill St. Bernice County Purveyor E. Y. Hatheway Cayuga tounly Oroner I. V. White Clinton County Commissioner, Kecond Dlstri Kay llaase Dana ( ,iriil Conuuissioner, Third District .lames B Hueston Perrysville Democratic State Nominees 1 nited ritates Keuator Kull Term) Governor Benry V. Bchricker Knox . I nited ritatea tienalor (Hbort Term) Cornelius O'Brien ,Lawreuceburg tA'ernor Senator fcSamuel D. Jackson Kort Wayne Llculeiiant-Ooveriior Tloyd J. Hemmer HuutinKburg rUMTetary of Ktale Charles V. Fleming Hammond Auditor of ritate Kruest Weatherholt Canueltou Treasun-r of Htate Lester L Holloway Muncie Attorney general Hubert E. Wlckens Croeiisburj; Klate Huperiiitendenl of Public Instruction Itobert B. HouBham Krankliu lteorter of ttie riupreme and ApMllate flirts Mrs. Clara Ward Indianapolis Judge of the Kiipreine Court KirM District John W. Haumunk Brazil Jlldae of the riupreme urt Tliilil District N. Nathan Swaiui Indianapolis JlKllje of (he Kupivme Court Fifth District Michael L. Tansler ,LoKalisiort Jude of the Apiiellate CouH I-'Iral District Warren W. Martin Uoom-ille Judge of the Ap)ellate CouH liecolld District Krauk H Iiussell Tipton Ymir i-tast 'luii4' 'loiilt. Palace Accomplishments of the ROOSEVELT ADMINISTRATION Creation of the Fedi'ral Deposit Insurant Corporation to guarantee bank de-ptisits. Organization of the Home Owners' Loan Corporation to save home from foreclosure. Bating farms from foreclosure by establishment of the Farm Credit Administration. Rescuing agriculture from disaster through the Triple A and the Soil Conservation Act. Providing truth in the sale of securities and protecting security of investors through the Securities and Exchange Commission. Distribution of funds through the Federal Emergency Belief Administration to aave starving people who had reached the end of their resources. Public works projects, carried on to provide work and to build thousands of permanent improvements. Establishment of a sound banking system. Slum clearance. Reduction of farm tenancy. Old age insurance. Unemployment insurance. Federal aid to crippled and blind. Reciprocal trade agreements. Water Conservation programs. Drought control and drought relief. Assistance to farm co-oieratives. Conservation of natural resources. Legislation abolishing child labor. Enactment of minimum wage ojid maximum hour legislation. The Civilian Conservation Corps and Reforestation. The National Youth Administration, aiding thousands of underprivileged young people. Stimulation of private home building through the Federal Housing Administration. Breaking up of utility monopolies and protection of consumers from extortionate rates. Resettlement of farmers from marginal lands that cannot be cultivated profitably. Getting electricity out to the farmers through the Rural Electrification Administration. Crop insurane and the ever normal granary. Paid Political Advertising MEMO . . . OCTOBER, 1944 ;h Time to Take Inventory of Unpaid Hills and Squ Accounts. See I a For the Cash. SECURITY LOAN CO. 225 lilafkiitHii M. TUXTOX, IM. CARTOON' NEWS BAND ACT

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