The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 6, 1944 · Page 3
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

Clinton, Indiana
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Monday, November 6, 1944
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THE' Jf X ! t V 7 C trim ONI A JJ Mundayr November JVltflT. went to Terre. Haute to visit Cleo Folden, who Is now in the hospital. Sight by the Sea Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hallett ana daughter Vera and Miss Bertha Ardut spent Sunday with Mr. and has arrived safely over seas. He Is now stationed somewhere In England. Misses Albenla and Virginia Zam-berlettl of Terre Haute spent the week end with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hunt of Indianapolis spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hess and family. Miss Mary Kullman of Clinton visited Mr. and Mrs. I.eo Wright Mrs. Ernest Harrington. Loose Handling Many owners ot farm flocks throw their 25 to 75 fleeces into one end o an open shed, and leave them unsacked where the exposed fleece become unusually dirty due to dust storms and other causes. Such poor care reduces the value 5 to 10 cents a pound. The small flock owner also should separate his various grades of wool by placing loose cloth partitions in tiie wool baj;. las Foster and children of Valparaiso, Mrs. Pecsy Metz of Universal were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Metz and sister, Jo Anne. Mrs. Gladys Dunn and daughi.r Betty spent Thursday in Terre Haute. The Women's Social CI'jIi will meet at the home of Mrs. Vera M tr-ray for an all day meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 8. Mrs. Esther Crane of Monon spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Neil Dunn. Sr. Theodore Newport of Indianapolis Mr. and Sirs. Frank Tindera and Mrs. Ray Pellerlno of Indianapolis spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. .Susie Thlesz and sister Glzel-la. Curtis Stewart of Terre Haute visited several days with relatives recently. Mrs. Lew Hendrix spent Sunday in Terre Haute with relatives. Mrs. Hattie Sturm and Mrs. Agnes Howard spent Wednesday in Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Oswalt and children of Lal'orte, Mr. and Mrs. Dal Fairview News Of Interest Indianapolis Guests Are Here; Womens Social Club to Meet Nov. 8 Mr. and .Mrs. Harry Smith and children. Curtis and Wllma of Glen-aire were Sunday guest of his parents. .Mr. and .Mrs. Harry Smith, Sr. VOTE FOR Centenary Mr. and Mrs. John Glacheln and family and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Hol-den of St. Bernice spent Sunday in Indianapolis visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Boyd or R. R. 3 visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Runyan recently. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Curry of Cromplon Hill visited Mr. and Mrs. David Cuess. Mrs. Alice Sparks of Circleville, Ohio visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Wells and family, recendtly. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Runyan received word that their son Harold i - Y - - 'i f V ' i ;,' VJ. f, j J T ! .lit' , . wi 'fait .. W 4 j ' tf A r 1 . -j K I JOHN W. SLATTERY YOUR LAST CHANCE'. . . DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE TO INSURE YOUR POST-WAR PROSPERITY FOR AUDITOR (Pre War) OF Relief At Last. For Your Cough Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. - CREOMULSION For Couehs,. Chest Colds, Bronchitis 1944 Prices VERMILLION COUNTY Your Support Will Be Appreciated 1941 Prices 1932 Prices In The NOV. ELECTION Wheat .35 Wheat .86 Wheat 1.63 Corn .11 Corn .69 Corn 1.09 Oats .13 Oats .38 Oats .68 Soybeans .47 Soybeans 1.50 Soybeans 2.04 Hogs 3.55 Hogs 9.30 Hogs 14.35 VOTE THE STRAIGHT SHE 0OE5MT SEU sea shells by the sra shore, bat if she did we bet Movie Starlet Rhonda Fleming would have lot of customers. Here they're just a photographic foil tat her feminine charms, (Internitionil) o e IP y ill! CAM Eli A DEMOCRATIC ADMINISTRATION Has Guaranteed Prices At 90 Per Cent Of Parity For The Duration Of The War And For Two Years Thereafter Providing You, Mr. Farmer7HeIp Elect A Congress That Will Appropriate The Necessary Funds To Carry Out This Program! spent the weekend m-ith -wr. and Mrs. Neil Dunn, Sr. The Community Club met at the town hall Friday evening. After the business session, bunco was played and prizes awarded io lira. Ooldle Groves, high, Mrs. Ada Xeidlinger, 00000009000000000000000000000 0000000000 bunco, Mrs. Jennie Rush, low and Mrs. May IMnna, travel. The Euchre Club met at the town hall Wednesday evening After busi IN THE ELECTION NOV. 7 PUBLIC SALE ! ness session eucbre i played and prizes were won by Don Giovaninl, lones. Mrs. Ada Neidlinger, high and Mrs. May Donna, low. Mr. and Mrs. Bobert MeCrea and sons of Inl'-j' f.'..ent Sunday and Monday with his parents, Mr. and Mas. Arthur MeCrea. Mrs. Arthur MeCrea spent the past week with her sons Thomas and Robert and family of Indiana- oolis. There Are 3 Major Political Parties In The U. S. Today REPUBLICAN DEMOCRATIC NEW DEAL Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Snider of Daaa spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. George Cline. O O o o o As I am moving to a smaller farm, I will sell at Public Auction at what is known as the Sam Hamersley farm, lVt miles south of the intersection of highways 36 and 63, 7 miles north of Clinton, on WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3 BEGINNING AT 11 A. M. the following described personal property: 2 - HORSES - 2 One bay mare, 7 years old, weight 100 pounds. X. One bay mare, smooth mouth, weight 1450 pounds, blind. 12-HEAD OF CATTLE-12 One Guernsey cow giving 2Vi gallons of milk daily; one Jersey cow, will be fresh Nov. 29; one black cow giving 2 gallons milk daily; 4 coming yearling heifers; 3 heifer calves, weigh about 350 pounds each; one bull 18 months pld; one veal calf. 9-HEAD OF HOCS-9 Mrs. George Cline and on George spent Friday with her father. Jack Whippo in Lyrord. . Mr. and Mrs. Earl-Carty of Terre Haute visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barnes. Mrs. Jesse Mahurin and daughter Patty spent Saturday with her daughter. Mrs. Mildred Dugan. who is confined to a Terre Haute hospital. Mrs. Hazel Slirake and son Paul are spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Pascoe and Mrs. Mary McCallum is also spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Al Pascoe. Arthur Parents of Detroit. Mich, spent Monday and Tuesday with Mrs. Lula Pavey. Carol Parents of Detroit, Mich. Is spending the month with her grandmother, Mrs. Lulu Pavey. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thomas and e o e o o o o children of Lyford spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pennington and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kadcliff of Moores Villa spent the wek end Eight white shoats, weight about 135 pounds and one Chester White male hog. with Mr. and Mns. James Hall and children. Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas and Franklin Roosevelt and his group are the New Deal, Therefore we have only two parties to decide on November 7 REPUBLICAN OR NEW DEAL We Know From Faets That The New Deal is Ruled By SIDNEY' HILLMAVS, HARRY BRIDGES and EARL BROWDER'S Party. Who Have Been Proven Communist. HOWEVER. ON NOVEMBER 7, VOL WILL ' HAVE TO MAKE A DECISION! S A Vote For The Democratic Ticket Is " X A Vote For Kidney Hiilman! ARE YOU GOING TO VOTE Farming Implements children spent the week end in Danville, 111. with relatives. o o o e o o o o o o o o o o e Mr. and Mr6. Harry Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Keener of Terre Haute spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bry- on Hunter. o o o Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bozarth and i daughter spent Sunday with relatives One Farmall Tractor on rubber in good condition, one 2-bottom 14-in. Mc-Cormick Deering tractor plow, one 7-foot tractor disc, one McCormick Deering tractor cultivator with set of discs for same; one Allis Chalmers combine on rubber; 1 extra screen frame and two screens for above eombine; 1 power takeoff for Farmall tractor; 1 eight-foot tandem disc; 1 Deering 8-foot binder; 1 rotary hoe; 1 clover buncher; 1 good 2-section harrow; 2 wagons with beds and scoop endgates; 1 low iron wheel wagon with flat top rack; 1 new hay rack; 1 two wheel cart; 2 disc cultivators; 1 shovel cultivator; 1 manure spreader; 1 12-hoe wheat drill with fertilizer attachment; 1 almost new feed grinder and belt MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES Three scoop shovels, 4 hay hooks, 2 saws, 1 sledge hammer, one 15-gaIlon oil drum, gas cans, funnels, oil cans, 2 grease guns, grease for guns, 1 screw jack; devices, 3 log chains, forks, 1 spring seat, 40 rods check wire, 1 sickle for 8-foot Deering binder, plow, 1 heavy tarpaulin 12 x 14 feet; 4 leather collars, one set leather tug harness and many other articles too numerous to mention. FEED 50 Bales Oats Straw, 75 Bales Wheat Straw, 25 Bales Clover Hay, 100 Bales Timothy Hay, 100 Bushels Oats and 100 Bushels Corn, more or less. HOUSEHOLD GOODS in Universal. Harold Ktreet of Centenary spent Sunday with bis mother, Mrs. Alice Street. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Holt of Terre Haute spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Shores. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Shores and daughters of Terre Haute spent Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kverett Shores. Pvt. Charles Kennedy of Chanute Field. Mrs. Charles Kennedy and daughter Carol of Chicago, and Mrs. Ray Martin of Boswell were week end guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Kennedy. o o e Mrs. Anna Barrow of Terre Haute j was me m rnu pu-bi wi hub. Relnerio. Miss Betty Ann Oilmore of Clin- Mrs. Bessie Kelley and son Rich-! FOR COMMUNISM IN THE U. S. A? OR ARE YOU GOING TO VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR THE AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE? 1 small drop-leaf table; two beds with 1 small coal stove; one 3-burner oil stove One dining table; 6 dining chairs; springs and mattresses; 1 wood stove; and 1 sideboard. o o o o o o e e e ard Lee of Clinton spnt Friday with Mrs. Floyd Pennington. Miss Josephine Beninllus and Murl Weavar of Terre Haute were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Waver. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Short and Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Short of Terre Haute were Sunday gusts of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Short. TERMS CASH AUSTIN MAYES IT'S IP TO VOL! CLERK: Raymond Blakesley AUCTIONEER: Paul Kay Mr. and Mrs Charle, Coletti and j daughter moved from Lincoln St. to ) Jackson' St. j Mrs. rim Folden and daughter i Mary, swre Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Voto and enildren. In . the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Voto and j Mrs. Folden and daughter Mary ' O o Plenty of parking space. Not responsible In case of accident. o o o, 9 Ladies of Salem Church Will Serve Lunch oeeeeeee0eotoo9oooooooeooooooooooeoo

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