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and is not confined to Admits Mvrder chickens alone, but also can be used , wife being Miss Daisy Redmond and the latter being Mrs. Ruth Benefiel I Rabb. Besides his wife, "he is sur-I vivetl by four daughters. Veta Rae, t Jessie. Maxine and Marian. for de-feathering turkeys and oilier fowl, t Miss Fatly Sliuman. both of Terre Hauie. and Margaret Vincent. Anna Iticherdson. Mis. Hill Haysinger and daughter. 1-oret.ta. and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Puuivan. all of Newport. tv,ll,,wme i lip wedding ceremony. Newport Resident Weds Illinois Man; Freshman Class Party Held I Thursday in Attica, the guest of I Mrs. Wade Harrison. I Mrs. Mary Brooks of Terre Haute. a former resident of Newport, spent the weekend with Mrs. Grace Dooley. j Donald Sullivan and Marvin i Gaines, both of Newport, spent Sunday afternoon in Clinton. Mrs. Ralph Adams and daughter. Barbara, spent Sunday in Clinton. lice cream and two kinds of cake About four and one halt teet lngli. the machine has a large rotary cylinder, covered with rubber fingers, which greatly miuimii'.e the task ol cleaning fowl. In operation, it proves it worth by cleannig a chicken thoroughly in two minutes time. , brown accessories, j A number of friends and relatives were present at the wedding includ-jinp. Mr. and Mrs. K liner Finley of C'allin. 111., Mr. and Mrs. Silas Dix Mrs. Bertha NYwlin of Newpon and Homer Scott, jnomiiunt Jlli-liois farmer, were united in marriage at 10 p. m. Thursday at Mrs. Newliu's home In tins city. 1 Toughens Egg As high temperatures toughen the egg and lower the food value, best results are obtained when the egg , is cooked at a low, even heat. I . Simple Test Aids on of west of ciinsman, jn.t jay Scot t . Miss Kdi t h Scot t and M ies KstJier Mooreland. all of Georgetown. 111., Mrs. Jillie .(iapehart and Rev. Minnie HuIIinpsworth of Georgetown, ill., rend the vows. Mrs. Pcott was atlired in a winter fitvoii chalk crepe street length dress with Thousands Who Are Hard of Hearing Thanks to an sy no-mk hearing test, many ihou-and wliu have lireo tf tafxiratiljr deafened now say itiry bear well again. Jf you are boihered Ijy imping, buzzing head noises doe to hsidened or tiwgulatri' wax 1 Feathers Fly Through I The Air as Robot Chicken Picker Works "What won't they think of next'' j is the reaction of the residents of ' Clinton when they see the new elec-i trie "chicken picker" in operation I at the Reeder Feed and Poultry Store. I2S Mulberry Street. The "something new" was added I recently by John W. Reeder, owner , of the poultry house, in anticipation of a heavy Thanksgiving and Christ- Funeral Services Sunday For Perrysville Resident Last rites were held Sunday after- : noon in the 1'nited Brethren Church at Perrysville for Ray Rabb. 7. i who died in the St. fclizabetli Hospital in Danville last Thursday. Rev.1 Isaac Cox officiated and burial was in the Hick's Cemetery. A former school teacher, before his d. alii. Mr. Rabb had been an interior decorator. He ah o studied law and was the legal advisor of many of (lie Perrysville people. He was married twice, his former I ! (cci unien), try Uie Uuune itome .Metuoa SPECIAL VALUES! mk-Ir,- tilt. l&t. 1 on must lirar better iiltei ciiuple I'st 11U1J1C irfcl U" JUU H'l Jim Jil'J.irj u eucc Aik about Oniiue ar I)if today at EVERY DAY XMAS TOYS DOLLS and NOVELTIES were served to tlie guests persem. Approximately SO students of Newport High School attended the Halloween masquerade party held in the high school gymnasium Monday evening. The party was given by' the freshman class for the rest of the high school. Frizes were awarded to a number of the students for the costumes they wore. Csnies and contests were held during the rest of the evening. Refreshments of cider and doughnuts were served by the hosts and hostesses. Mrs. Klsie Manion of Newport speit Saturday and Sunday with tier aunt. Mrs. I.ula Hunt of Montezuma. Jnd. Mrs. Margaret Pawley of Terre Hauie spent Saturday with her mother. Mrs. Opal Walthall of Newport. Mrs. Alice Lake of Hillsdale spent the weekend with her daughter, Mrs. (Jrace Iooley of Newport. Mrs. Ira Itiehards of Hillsdale spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. James Doolcy of Newport. Jtarhel nrewer, Dana. Miss Florence Shannon, Rockville and-Mrs. Jennie Thomas, St. llernlce. were dismissed from t lie county hospital Thursday. .Mr. and Mrs. Claude Foos and Mr. and Mrs. Koscoe Foos. all of Newport, spent Sunday in Indianapolis visiting Mr. Foos' sisler. Miss F.dilli Foos. Miss I'eggy Ann Foos. daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Koscoe Koos. who has lieen visiting al the home of her aunl returned home u-ii! llih,ili HAVE THEM LAID AWAY NOW ON AN EASY PAYMENT PLAN fci rfti V- ft" ''Jfc. Aa.--JiArij ffi i .W. a OLIS . JAMISON APKONS, Large, Print 79c - 98c DJi ESSES, Ladies, Fall Styles QA.98 Dark lied or Blue. Sixes 46-52 IjL GOWNS, Indies Flannel $2.49 Double Extra Large Size T$2.98 LADIES HOSE, Heavy Kibbed -Pr. 19e MEN'S SOX, Heavy Grey Mixed, Pr. 15c 3 . WILLIAM 1U ALLEN, above, convict serving a 10 to 25-year sentence in Indiana state prison for burglary, has confessed the whiskey bottle murder of W'AC Cpl. Ma-oma L. Ridings. Aug. 28, 193, in an Indianapolis hotel, according to Indianapolis police. A court order is being sought to give Luallen, who had accused his former wife of Uie crime, a mental examination, (international) S?iS J HKra(i- CuudidaJ For Ca M Cj ! ! V j PRETTY NEW LINE OF DECALS Big Selection of Fruit, Animal frt 0(fr and Other Designs Per Card lUy tVV Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Johnson of Humerick, III.. Sunday. Jay Scolt and Mr. and Mrs. ( I Scott and children. Bobby and Betty, spent Tuesday evening Willi Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ccott. .Mrs. Ortie Adams and daughter .Mr. and -Mrs. Keith Voumans and .. Mr and Mrs. Kveri'ti i, nun. family of Newport spent Sunday with of Montezuma were dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore of Dan New Rayon Counter REGLLAR BLOOMERS Elastic Waist, Ieg . 98c - $1.35 SHORT PANTIES X Size 79c XX 98c XXX $1.19 STEPINS 69c and 89c CHILDS PANTS 39c - 49c - 59c Long Bug Kunners $1.69 Brown or Green with ' Fringe -27 In. Wide ; 7'2 Ft. Long SPECIAL on BROOMS 5 Sewed - 98c and $1.39 Clothes Drying Racks Large Size - $1.69 - $1.98 ville. III. of the latler's brother and wile. jvtr and Mrs. Itulieil Former Sunday Mr. Former who has been ill at his home is reported to be improv Mr. and Mrs. James Dowers of Ca-na were the Sunday dinner guests ing. of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn yoiinians of Newport. Sixth Oisliict pf Indiana Flection Tuesday, November 7, l!M L. An educator for seventeen years. Taught in rural district and Linton schools. Principal of Laboratory School, Indiana State Teachers College. I A veteran of the first World War, serving overseas for thirteen months. 3. Born and reared on a farm. Between elementary, high school and college he worked on the farm and in a brjck yard to pay his expenses through school. ' i. He served in the Seventy-Fifth General Assembly where his record proves his loyalty to labor. lii VirL'inia Iteid who s a nurse in the Culver Hospital at Crawfords- ville, Ind.. spent the weeKena wim her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Reid of Newport, sue nrougni won hr nnnthpr nurse. Miss McCoy, who TOMBAUGH'S Tf 61 aa CTARF. spent the weekend at the Reid home. Me mJ Mrs. Howard Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. San) Stewart and family, Russel Cox and Herby Arrasmitn spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wiekens and family of west of Newport. Able Asbury and daughter. Gloria Ann, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fortner and family of near Dana. Mrs. William Wiiterniood of Newport was the dinner guest Monday of Mrs. Mary Ross of I'errysville. Mrs. Jesse Baker and children. Bill and Jesse, spent Sunday in Clinton. Mrs. Ethel Conley of Brazil, Ind., spent several days last week with Mrs. Mary Conley. Mrs. D. B. Hurd of Newport spent Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stewart, Mrs. flora Stewart, all of Newport, attended htrtnaiv dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Adams of near Roek- villo Snndiiv. r $L i t ."wrV a aw- Wli I " ' T Mrs. Dora Harger, Mrs. Nelle Wait, Mrs. Joe Potts and Mrs. Bessie Harrison, all of Newport, spent nnri:iv In nanville. III. ' JUST RECEIVED .... DUROBILT Mr. and Mrs. Leslie P. Nelson of Sullivan, Ind.. spent the weekend CARPET SWEEPERS 3C with her husband s parents, air. ana Mrs nnnelas Reid of Newport. .98 Fine quality, long-wearing sweeper that picks up like magic! Compact . . requires little closet space. 4 Pi 6 SAVE ON WINTER BLANKETS Mrs. Dale Reid and daughter of Indianapolis spent the weekend guests of Attorney and Mrs. Join) W. Carlthers. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. McMillan of Newport spent Monday evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feni-niore of Cayuga. Miss Ruby Lee of Newport spent from Thursday until Sunday in Danville. III., visiting with her sister, Miss Lois Margaret Lee. Miss Norma Jane Asbury and Anna Lou Asbury spent Saturday afternoon in Terro Haute. Mrs. Gertie Adams of Montezuma called on Mrs. Ida Moore Sunday on business. Mrs. V. B. Dwiggins entertained at a dinner and bridge party at her home recently. Tliose who attended n-..r Mrs llelle lteaai'lv. Mrs. J. onday. aosm N. Jones, Mrs. W. C. W ait. Mis. W. O. Parrott, Mrs. If. Milton Crooke. Mrs. Verner Van Vllet. Mrs. Donaldson B. Hurd, and the hostess. Miss Gladys Jane Lewis returned to Terre Haute Tuesday after spending a week's vacation with her mo-ilwn- Mrs. Mortimer Lewis. Anoth 8 p. m. 100 WOOL "FIRST LADY" 72" x 84" size, thick, fluffy, warm wool blanket Q with lustrous Rayon Satin binding. Luscious l.VUi Rose, Blue, Green, Peach. 1 1 er daughter. Miss Martha Lewi of AT THE Avilla, Ind. spent from itiiirsaay until Sunday with her mother in Newport. ! FIELDCREST PLAID j 4.98 I 65', rayon, 25 ', cotton ; and 10', wool. Soft, fluffy and warm. Rayon satin binding. PURREY ELANKET K OR Nashya UJJ 88'' pure Purrey rayon and 12'. wool. Moth proof. 72" x 84" size. REAMLAlND HALi North Ninth St. Clinton, Indiana Mrs. John C. Ptckell. Mrs. M. c. Wiggins, Mrs. llelle Hegarty, Mrs. Verner Van Vllet, Mrs. Ellen Asbury, Mrs. B. It. Nixon, and Mrs. Clyde Russell went to Cayuga Tues-lay afternoon to make bandages for the Red Cross Chapter. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Rose and daughter,- Kvadna, attended a dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Weatherman at Cates, Ind., Sunday. The dinner was for Mrs. Harlan Weatherman alBO of Cates. Mrs. Maude Nevins and grandson. SILVERDALE 100 WOOL 72J x 84" size in fine quality 100',' wooll o Ideal gift blanketl Blue, Winter Rose, Rose and M,70 Green with matching acetate rayon binding. v '. Ml METT EMDLLi Jimmy Dulgar. spent from Wednes Win's Smart ARGYLE PLAID ANKLETS Tuck away a couple at this lew price for Xmas gift giving! Brown, Roy- QQ al Blue, Green and Red JOC pr. plaids. Sizes o to Department Of Labor, Cincinnati, Ohio LOVELY CHENILLE SPREADS Fine quality, closely tufetcd, chenille n spreads in lovely shades of Blue, Yellow, I'''' Green, Rose. Ideal Christmas gift idea. J to 15.98 Wm's Fine Cotton CREPE GOWNS Boys' Sturdy 8-Oz. DENIM OVERALLS OLIS C. JAMISOW Candidate For Congress, 6th District R E F R E S El M E N T S , v ENTERTAINMENT day until Sunday wild Mr. and Mrs. S. Johnson and Jimmy's mother. Mrs. Kilith Dulgar of Detroit, .Mich. Mr. and Mrs. John I'ark nud laughter, Yvonne, spent Thursday in Indianapolis and Friday evening in Terre Haute. Mr. I'ark attend, d lite teacher's institute. Mrs. Daisy IJeardsley and small s,m. Joe. of Cayuga spent from Friday until Sunday with Mrs. Bearils-ley's parentis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sanders of Newport. Mrs. Dorothy Badger and son. Jerry, and daughter. Saundra Kay. of Terre Haute spent from Thursday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stewart and family of Newport." Mrs. Jennie Sunkel and Mrs. Bertie Bishop of Dana were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sanders of Newport Wednesday afternoon. Miss Anna Iteth Thomas, a nurse at the Vermillion County Hospital spent Wednesday with her aunt. Mrs. M. C. Wiggins of Newport. Ensign and .Mrs. Paul Myers and Knsign Myers' mother and sister of Indianapolis spent the weekend in Newport visiting relatives. Mrs. tieorce Russell ami da lighter. Joan, of Clinton spent the week-, nU with Mr. and Mrs. Alton Rosc if west of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Scott of Newport attended the llolden Wedding Fine quail lity, long- .69 .89 1 Fine quality, washable cotton crepe in smart styles I Pink, Blue or White in sizes 14 to 20; 38 to 44. 1 wearinu. SANFORIZED drnim pants. Double stitched seams. Sizes 6 to 14. ' Fruit Designed j TABLE CLOTHS Beautiful Floral PRINT CLOTHS 98 39! 1 2 j iZ x ;u size cloths in luscious, I yummy fruit designs. Wonderful gift idea for the homemaker! 5 X size cloths in fine quality creamy white cotton. Bright floral prints in fast colors.