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i 4. rageFlv TEE DAILY'CLINTONIAN Friday, November 10, 191 L Friday, November 10, 194L , IN IONIAN THE NEWPORT SOLDIERS IN NEW GUINEA f age Four Pi J Aim Omim ( Clinton Social Notesp FVidav Rebekab meeting, J: SO p. m. at 1944 the hall. .... ft Armistice Day, November 1 1, Pnr-T.imk Dinner Enjoyed Modern Marthas meet, wild ju... Harry Van Duyn, S81 South Fourth street, 7:80 p. m. At Fairview Women's dub -1 ,..-. Monday t. i, mootinir. Jcruslem chap Mrs. Myrtle Short nteruunea w members of the Women's Social Club of Fairview at an all day meeting and pot-luck dinner recently. ter 254, OES, 3:80 p. m. at the Ma sonic hall. Following the business meeuus. games were played with prizes going Tuesday Alpha aiu. Mrs.. E. A. Lcwki, This Tribute 1$ Hade Possible by Theie Patriotic Business and Prcfessional Hen Mrs. Louise Boraso, nirs, y:L'n'uiii pta ' November 34. Hall. Mrs. Lvdia Johnson, Mrs. n m.t.n Mrs. Kllen Markello, Mrs. 7-SO P U- at the achool, Jll'tb and six- prides' will present Olie. pro ninnh Reynolds. Mrs. Cora Bun- ,,o nnrt Mrs. T.nckie Wake Methodist Woman's Society Meets With 27 Attendance The Woman's Society of the Christian Service ot the Methodist Church met Thursday afternoon in the Church parlors with twenty-seven members and two guest present. Devotions were given by Mrs. Kay Wood. During the business meeting, reports were given on the Conference meeting of the society held Wednesday at West Lafayette, Ind. The lesson period was in charge of Mrs. Prank Kell who told of the work of DeaconeBses in the Methodist Church. At the close of the meeting, refreshments were served in the dining room by the hostesses with Mrs. Oeorge Kamm as chairman. The December meeting will be a one o'clock luncheon at the church, December 14. f!hristmas SuDDer Planned i'ii Those attending were mm. m.. loniiie Tiean. Mrs. Hall and daughters, Nancy and Martha. Mrs. T..i,.nn Mr Mnvers. Mrs. Markello. K Mrs. Vera Murray and daughter, Mrs. 7 gram. Yanks Seize Tw o Strategic Hills Over Ormoc Road (Continued Iretni pags 1) Lulu Pavey, Mrs. Blanche Keynoius. m Mrs. Short. Mrs. Anna Shepherd,' Mrs. Mary Turbevllle and children -and Mrs. waae. j The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Nellie Mayers on Wed nesday, Deoember 13 at wiucn iuc - ,.,,ri..,, pnrtv will he tield. It M iT tor reioMBC wtoenj Guests attending the meeting were Mrs. Mary Markello ana nuusu.. ceeded in bringing in reinforcements to the beleaguered strongpoint. Irom neighboring islands to replace their heavy losses. The reinforcements were elements t '. sr.th Armv and were and Carol Yvonne Parents or ueirou. Mich. At Past Noble Grand Meet ' Twenty-three members of the Past J?oble Grands Club met at the Oddfellow's hall Wednesday -evening. ' The meeting was called to order Jy the president, Mrs. Ruth Bridge-man. The regular business meeting was held during which plans were made for a Christmas supper and grab bag to be held at the December 18 -meeting. -nlaved at six tables and Mrs. Jam Poff od tjjildre of Borne 2 and Mrt. Marjory Vik-erc amd oioc of Sewr Coeben. Mist Uuiie SariBS tetorned to Deiroit after spending aa ei;ended viit maiBfl toer psmt-Bt. Mr- aod Mrm. Edmart Searime Sr. aad familr. Mr- and Mr. Lo MartSn and worn Bobtoy ieot Tisetdar cveaiac: with Mr. and M. Clem Lato and fam-fljr- itn. "iraiiiia lee Bjmdle of Al- WWC Organization Meets !d,.awn largely from Mindanao and With 8 Members Present c.ebup islands, to the south of iyte Keleral m of the WWC .or- lMve W. WjUta Palace Club :"-l Palace Theatre .' X Public Service Co. of Indiana, Inc. Powells Pharmacy Roberta's Beauty Shop . Red's Mobibas Service Station Rader's Cafe " f Rosenblatt''6 Roma Hotel ' Riverside Inn Riverside 3Iilis , Sharp's Grocery " - I AIB VIEW - "'"Sims Blaraihon Sertice Station He n La 1 ke Wi u a fH. cei of V p tie on Ca cat wb E. ell! rui be Burnt b F. (1 P: Bee t Vm Max jkH tor PI It' gut Hll J orii wll -tar la at win lull bac : C Bel ere a , U)t live AtTTIMWX iwmji rluwrnalit. lEttiT their bt moamthen in Sex GniturJt-etwtding tram Vefi. to rlt ttwp re: Jack FortBr. Clyde Conitsff Vonmi ColUM. Ftxit ro; Everett Cwilliaan m4 Marios E. "F-tM Ory. The bor bv m&etmm takea Oct- IS. J eack neat out ta tJar pareuiU in tiiw dtf- Cenxiral Everest M. Cuillimuit. 24. mm at Mr. am Mra. Frank ;u;Uiimf of iMm rd1jr, tmra raiiw4 This Tribute Is Made Possible by These Patriotic Business and Professional Men American Beauty Shop Vera Mae Black Anloninrs Liquor Store Anlonim' Restaurant A. J. Doughty . A. J. Kennedy DX Service Station Adamson'g Beautorium A. Scaggiari Grocery Ainione Dairy . Andereon Grocery Arrow Auto Store t Bakers Ben Rosen Shoe Shop Berto and Son Grocery Bonacorsi Bros. Blake Neighborhood Store Bassos Grocery SMi Korth Main Beal3Iarket Clinton Auto Co. ganization met recently wtth Mrs. jriLLmroZii and Mrs. Dorolliy Jn-,xiie - - torrential rains which turned the .i.tir aiiinp and mud, aa VinHteflfles. a ine whr enioved and the terrain Lui - sailed Tight into the reinforced Sap with awards going to Mrs. Bridge- biafliae2iqe w viwiang toer parents. Mr. aioD'd Mm. WiUaiiama Sprorr- Mrm. -K ,j j j T evening was spent in playing rook. Those present were Mrs. loan Simnis, Mrs. Mary Martis. Mrs. Ruth here mt attesi44 trrffl u.iJI bete and attemded amd crMaau I gj j,, j, fc,r fcrtjaod Cor-fraa Xenrport Hi ftebooL He e- Handle in Callifoniia lines and captured .m i- Mount Minora, -east of the Ormoc rThey were aided 'by heavy artillery support. The Long Toms laid . . a S KrA vhflBn H r Nolan, Mrs. Dorothy Aaams, mio. Beulah McDonald and Mrs. Maroella a KfaflHmate Jaek Fomtmer, mm of Mr. Sollars. oon. inreamt Enln Araafero fe spd-iis a ffiDiraoiaeliD wnitn hi paresit. Mr. and Mrm. Js Amitomrf snd fausily. iwnreant Ambtm ha been tranfer- man bunco; Mrs. Clio Kicauaa, tiiRti, Mrs. Lydia "McLaughlin, low; and Mrs. Clara Gilmore, travel. Delicious refreehments were serv-d by the hostesses. Mrs. Lela Moore. Mrs. Nora Charles and Mrs. Mary Stewart. Mrs. GDmore and Mrs. Wilson were in charge of the entertainment. m Mrs. Norma Moore Visits Husband In Detroit, Mich. down a merciless Darrage Bfu' emv positions on the two hills and and supply bases in the lower nd aad In Ralph Fortmer. Fxwtti boy teeeiiired tftieSr tiraiatoe at MorJit FMd.. X. C. and were sent acraM seas Is Ootolbef. ts-s yeara a- were then turned on dap rwd from Camp HaiJ. Ooaoraao to of 'Ormoc valley. were r,-. ci.. CeO n.. ...n -t mP. 'The .U. B. fwm HefcrWle IsOa. wuiawisi craa Tony K.tto of Tampo. Tnfantrv Division, under command Mrs. Rimms will he Hostess joi the November 21 meeting. Pocahontas Members Enjoy , Eunco and Euchre Party Tiie regular bunco and .euchre meeting of the Pocahontas Lodge was held Thursday evening. Winners in the -euchre games were Mrs. Ann Houston and Mrs. Frank Yowell. high; Mrs. Frank Theisz and Mrs. Louise 'Conner, tones; and Mrs. Carl James and Mrs. Ada Neitllinger. aw (DvaKpfflil Mr. aiu4 Mir, jkiabtiw ih two boys went tow the -. ta of fjMroit ItAyey hees seiumuted. -iaiid her hrotlier. Mr. and Mrs. ' Prta-aite fiiirst etam Maniwii E. try. of Major (General dames u. ii..., was continuing its mopping up tasks in Levte valley In the vicinity of Ea-gami and pushing westward lor a iunction with the 24th Infantry, while some 14 miles south of Ormoc, the battle-wise Seventli Infantry was ,,.i.,- inrrh from Baybay. Secondino's Grocery . Secondino Beverage Co.. LOOK FORWARD . . . tl. hutibu&i of Mir. Ixratise Our of JCewport has toeea to the armiy for the sst two yeaurs. Liike CpL Winffll-Uams. Pfc. try went faito the sHTf-iee woth JCovman fCmaaofv. son of I-" CeMfai" of KrarfenlilUe. ffoirmier New-jmrt nesiit, and the two ftoy Mrs. Alice Hinds won high in the Irf.yKMllaxttl J'lunett in Antiim Edward pairiiiii Jr. and famiiy. Mr. aud Mr. Fo Lswsoa and son, Freddiie ne piwuut of Mr. amd Mr. lias Cnrry. Mr., and Mm. Hahrt Brann of MarhnD UllMioii rtMlttifl theiir Far-cut. Mr. tnt Mj. loan Branm. Mr. Jnini" KwOando amd rrand-swn,. Chn1kiie ErtiOtnido off Oiinttft 1i-tte4 tr sinter, Mr. and Mrs. Tots Cruoiststir, Stevenson Iuniber Co. 4 Silver Front : Mrs. Norma Moore of Walnut atreet has returned home after meeting her husband, Lt. William A. Moore, in Detroit, Mich, where they visited with his parents and relatives. York City on a sight seeing tour before he embarked for overseas. Lt. Moore is a forimir resident of 'Clinton and graduated from Clinton high school. He enlisted in the Army Air Corps in 1942 .and was commissioned in August oi this year. ! ; Mrs. Moore is making her home -with her mother, Mrs, Keitha Malon-ey lor the duration. ! Raymond R. Cottrell, route three, 'i Clinton was admitted to Ht. Anthony Hospital, Terre Haute, Thursday. to a World of P 9 hees (topfflBier eu'er irtnee. Tliey Hwflh t iwoeJued thOT traSnii alt Ft. Kjbctb- bunco games and Mrs. Grace aut, and Mrs. Payton won bunco and second high .respectively. Surprise Party Held At Kandera Home Recently Sixteen guests attended a surprise A?i I Smith s Tavern aird Wo4L. Mo.u amd weme ttAMV fimit t Hawaill where tHiey were Btaitiimm-e.d ftw sea'ein nmntttitm. tLaalimr Bfla- While the three elements ground forces closed in on the desperate Jups, who evidently are fig-, uring on a last ditch stand at Ormoc.: Yankee warplanes operating from captured airfields on the east Bide of Leyte .entered into the thick of the fight. 1 Lightnings and Warhawks of the Fifth Air Force, taking, !vnntai!e " ' waiffl.. they weire stmt to Sew Kiuiimea) Slaat Anto Supply Mr. and Mrrs.''Jh,-li MarsDiain te wend with Mr. IMIimratii 5tiirttH., Mr. and Mrs. M11) IDkiilliwicu. Halloween party held recently in honor of Corrinia Kandera given o oiutof l.illiitll. . asid ha heem there eiixht nooniihii. Ffffi. try ariraifliiiuiUifl fntctiui Kwwftnt Btiirh ftcthodl w'fth Ittiie jLae of fllS.. CDyde Ciimfliiiliff artitemd 5wMnmTt djMH&B snd Twm&& wHtt of &fw- K ins 1 Uit I! c oku and mm to the way or tuns in ie wrw..... or Summit Grtrre The feeroee at Worifl War I ttiwe am ur liairtB yet We tave placed our soiaiere rf today beside ttiiem an a plaoe of toono r ajniS set aside a. daj to wiidta to remember ana Baouoi- tthe brave mm at Chatea 1'hierrj, tm praise te 4wds f the ,dierB at Argorme and the battle .of ltih Maime. This Ntwembeir 11 tttoey are joined by (the lighters ctf the PMliKpines, bloody Tarawa, NojUla Afrtca, anil (once again, ffanoe two generation s off Americans to a for Itoerty- Games were played wb Aden ju -Marietta, Minnie Maloney.' Rosemary down lW .ormoc installations Jn Ormoc bomb enemy nt.,t.,CT -im hnroefi and a coast norm Ruth Ann rayton, mary mm m'armnu Hamniswi,. who treat of icflmii.. honor ipm;HI al vess.ll and damaging several craft. Bettasso and Heno Divan winning the prizes. Refreshments of doughnuts, ipop NoticeT The Cllntorilan Wants Tom-News. Please .Coll Miss liear To Report Social Mews. Phone 88 or 88. They also wreaked liavoc uu wr plv poijits and truck depots. Despite boastful statements of 0a-nuiint ennimander-in-chief of and ice cream were served during Japanese land forces In the Philippines, Gen. Tomoyuki Yamashita. Universal News Of Recent Date Wlftwfe-r sXra KrMa HiMshf Osi Futitmjts humiiittny diinmer Kiioen Sunday Wf tern ir'Unitit HwnriMiMii and Mr. Harrt-Tammf uit"t weme Mr. and Mra. ilHlll M.iirriHti) "olT rniiaernul. Mwieiiiwi BS'th ItaTnimmi,. t'llin- tom.. ElliiciilWflh IKwilhai. Kaa and Mrs, WamiHin BtwnniH'im. 1 Mr., aiartl Mir. J"imiHti Hjttlie of Wiuiiiiilii'M iitatitifl teftniilh'es am .JWtmto llHWf iuu(l Clttnti SSutairdajr I amd SwitW. TH-E WHITE 'CEOKSEK 'OF WAS AltE .WCIKPOSTS 1TO ITEACE. The aoriBioe T ,oir mien in mm have ailwaya il.een uimttt' ito fartnir iuher Hnntirtr nwaoe n ihai)l'ne au.uaraieBB of itlie .mat o .tliHinadlvea. Tliey !ha -ue .ou.v,m,tl Auwrtco ' mwne 'llh Hfiaae ,uf lory. ikept 'for ue he lllborty nmHt :HmrUuii atrom iM win uMl u.reserae. TTiieae Ulie mien me lianor it.Klay, itl.e .one ifiir wham ,(h8Hre moi.ute .f miWWCUl ilunoe rriicy tliell with 'the ihiilief iin their iffillow ioi)imt,ryinen fltjrulu: M hr Iheairta. Jcnowing ithut vwt would 'Currj- o w here ithey liefit K, mot UoMine itlhem Hvma tar a .nuound. that he would "torce uncuiiuniu"-frnm Oeneral MacArthur, ft American Beauty Shop : the evening. i m (I,1EX WKK1MNG ANNIVKKJSAKV Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snow, well known residents of 1138 South Fifth street, Clinton, will observe their golden wedding anniversary Tuesday, November 14. Open house will be held from 2 to '10 p. m. : it was clearly .evident ithat the Japanese looked apprehensively on the Yankee drive for complete conquest Mr.. auu Mir. M- MiilBer on n vera aiae liiaca 818 B. Slain phone 69 ', m Specialized Hair Htyliug Permanent Waves Open livery Evening Except Katurday of Leyte. Sawyer's Flowers 'SeciiritylxjanCo.' ' u . , , . . - i ... Si Matlioda Grocery The Sen ice Oil Co. Tombaughs 25c to $IJ0Q Store Tavlor's Radio Sen ice . .. v. . . ,. - ,i .. TJbomas Rigfehy Furniture Store The Kroger Grocery and Baking Co. The Baby Shop The National Cafe Valenle Grocery - - WW uftb mm. Victor Paloncv's Grocery i usnt r ' Victory Diner Victon Cafe Valente"s Grocery, tramd au. re- Vr . In. to wh Mr. WTheHWr's tous- 'HiKilU. Fr:ilW.. H ' " ML -!. . "rt-t- Kf Jibs. Amtliuny Tmwskey.. T;lme nL.Ml!1,11)jm ,lhmmt mo- sent tmne Mm Me.. m. J , CJJOJRITAL i German Terror Weapons Crash Over Britain '''(Continued Irom 1) Simple Test Aids I Thousands WKo Are I Hard of Hearing TkMtks to n 7 no-tUk fceartoff t, -mtmj thouModa who bar Uem temuornlf MteMd now HT they wrll kui. H -ma crc boUieted hf homg, Uutmg bad nan le H hsnleool or coatculate! wax lectwnefi). try tlx: Ouriar liomr Mtttiud .iividit bear beuei att. mk.QK uu ,llM,l- tet or TOti gti jwinnooer bk t ei w-aflittttewni. w. nr.. asuw w-u , 5!l!l, , Mrs. . w IMit t .aHMMPMSV U. C wwii' idtuwir fiieHLS f Mr. IblMilta "Win? nr,tm-uirtfl Unrtinir ftivf ji Aimf! flay mty m her uiuclitoirn itilibrtl .. l'""'ifi' T"iil,'v Mrs. Ethel Randall, ST, -JI3 Mul-herrv Htreet, was admitted to the Vermillion County Hospital Thure-dav as a medical case. Mrs. Vonnie Brock, 1!9, Hillsdale, and Wvnetta Sue Hiaats, 4 Eini St., were admitted to the ounty hospital Thursday as tonsillectomy cas- Barbara Jordan. St. Bernice, and Mrs. Rose Crowder and baby were dismissed from the county hospital yesterday. same weight of explosive as the original buzz-bomb, but achieves a longer range. Offsetting this is the fact i.nn i nonomilM more deeply Hoe W.uiUimia. ffiletrt fliinity.. ILainr? ,i.i.-. M'OT-,tl l. tima- fje CliiWJle. idnrsr.. SttUie .SKiuriiic. I Mr. Kartjle Oiu3tiiL'mrtrtii. Mir. Mux- ill minifir jiiiiiiiniT- 1 Gtizen State Bank C Col umbus Stores ' Oiris Rosa Lunch Room Qinion Burial Vault Co. Clinton Car Laundry Clinton Bus Station and Lunch Counter Clinton Hotel and Vermillion Room Charles CueT Sinclair Service Station Crist Benelir Feed Store Columbia Theatre Clinton Pure Milk Co. Clinton Bottling Works Qinion Lumber and Supply Co. Clinton Ice Co. Clinton Iron and Metal Co. Clinton Monument Co. Clint on Book Store ((OENTKIVL tUUTlY 'CO.) Corrados Shoe Shop Divie Bar Don Standard Service Station Diana Sweet Shop Del Rio Cafe Divan Repair Shop Dr. G. R. McGuire Eaton's Grocery' Ernie Faraco Art Jewelry Shop, Inc. Fred Starnes Canteen Frist Funeral Home First and Last Stop Cafe Frigo's North End Liquor Store FossT Sinclair Serv ice Station liiai "inn- ii i'" at the point of impact and goes ofl with a heavier blast at that scene, the damage to surrounding areas is : tie (Grraausar.. mi Hjutiitle feaniiiia;. Mrs. 31tw:tuTti ejur.har arnti rtltic iliuiitn- Lena Ferrara Groeryr Li liei Liquor Store La G race I lat Shop Lino Beltrame Grocery .Wt5.Uilwt Ijew is Hardware Store McOea DX Sen ice Station Minnie GiovaninT Grocery 31arshal I and Sn Pain t and Wallpaper Model Qeaners McOacken Slarket Mike Motor Co. and Auto Body Shop Modern Way Beauty Shop . j flufiHt. iMtov ihi miie ewmmtttf; Mirs. W.(l- lighter than is the case wmi me ii .., frliMti I nro IDusuV-y.. Mir. anili Mr, ilw Taitli. JT-PW- IWIIU. " in use by the Germans for sev nia rattiid wiili ftilie Humor piwut r- - - set Eumi 1 ttoiku suew mttuy dimw (pntHfts ot Mr., .mud Mm. HSuiiny smuHturaJii auntt itmiiuily.. jwt.'iraiin lenilieatf art ttlue Jsinittin-aU' iIihuk' twrw Mr., amid Mrs, Murruld Uuuilif M'd iniit-itinir JlMivniwt-w rt Jiiiiiiiu and A-ldii 4tttlraJ! f IBillMtlult:. Mr. ;iuiid Mr. Ettiiumnfl CUi'Brmuis niu.id ilum n, 9TOjffltJ rtiiiej- re-OMUthv rj.uimlmHMd titiiiu Mr. aund Mrs, Trunk HMHfewn.. c'.rra)l jiwi'i'le rrmim w aitanfl-...d itlw it itii'ffuJ .id W oWB lBU-fltiy .hi iSuie.ni '(Mittmtk. eral weeks, the weapon has caused o,,ri fewer casualties .... fJeKwic imaiiy mioe utttii. ; Mb-., acnli Mr. Harry MiitlHtrt f SUE Valerine,s Market than its predecessor and its military I Gaonprcttiwn visrijMfl rctwsr aiuirr nci itntlle.. Mr. mnt Mr inhnitlMi HIKtlf- Jflrn. Etf-varfl MLT.tiij: inti -huh .0 tn- my nd Mr. JK.u1!l(iti :'.iitilrt- amd i flidi !Lrrrry Hje liHtti w-j1;ii Mr Wanted To Buy 50 Used Cars HIGHEST CASH PKICES PAID WILSON, JUSTICE AND OSELLA AUTO SALES (Formerly Coleman Auto Co.) Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kent, Rockvllle. Ind., R. R. 3, are the parents of a baby girl born Thursday, November 9. The infant weighed nine pounds eight ounces and was named Lois Jean. finin;' Hirutlmr. ffVil Hiorw stud efiect has been negugiuie. were launched from Walcheren Island along the Dutch coast now in Allied hands. Although warning that the Germans may increase the range of the weapon. Churchill predicted that other launching baaes farther to the rear will be over-run by the Allies. To these statements. Professor A. ir t - Uriiili scientist of world- ' Voto Hardware and Plumbing ' " Wabash Oil Co. Welker Auto Sen ice Wabash Tavern sTAIFlCe! Wt. IH!irJ adKmrmim nd Mto. EuHl f I ErarmHrnmn and .cltiitttwu f !IiHWuh I Gem Restaurant Gregory Cafe and Bariiwue Gamby's 31arkel G.X Kendall Gil lis Pharmaty Hosier IVle Sen ice Station fl 'mirth nn( a im' Hinzy Grotierv' Herltert Sampson's GrtH.ry Harlan Hardware Slow Hershev FIom er and Gift Shop Home Bakers lLS.Call ' Ivan Svelkoff GrKKJy J. C I'enncy O. Joe.Virola .(('JiIft'TOK ift.l'i&UE (!.) Joe Giacolello J. L. Hornej Roljerls Balterv Reeder's Feedand Poultry Store Karanovich Funeral Home Lucky Strike Bowling Alley Luce Grocery Lee Hain vmrt-id tChHtr iHMiwr. Mr. Mid Wm Mike Yelic-h" Grocery' VWaWri rirvr sstcrsrv J J mscrr No Souls The exnression of this Idea J JjEds-aii'd airtii: r. ncvT I ascribed to Roger Manwood, chief ,triH ins views. He Vtcks i baron of the English Exchequer in saw in them a probable range of up UP 3. Waerman Sboe Store rtnroy.1. tehest cuti tatstifiiiXmttrWirKtL 'I ,c.-:l of Z to 400 miles at present, wiui . . i.-.itif tui the distance 1592, Edward Coke, celebrated ing-lish jurist U605) and Lord Thurlow, English chancellor (early 19Ui fi BO B EEIA'S Wholesale Bev erage tx. t 1 BEATTT SHOF HrV E t- flight is lessened. He estimated their speed at some " miles an hour, their fuel consumption at one ton a minute and their ability to be turned against the Allied land armies distinctly good. He added, however, that in his opinion the war will be over before the ghost bomb is developed to any great degree. International News Service staff correspondent Charles A. Smith in London, a veteran of the buzz bombs and the original Nazi blitz on Lon mS7 ortli -7Ui Mrs. Chan. PobT Groceiyr Moore" Shoe Shop Medlock Jew el ry Co-Ninth Street Auto Sen ice O. C La w head Barber Shop Oldmslead Cleaner Osroon Bros. Peek Texaco Sen ice Palsv and LeRoy Poland" Home and Auto Supply ; Mr. jtnd Mr Oduiixrr Eirtmi 1111S ! 5 wm T ff.Hnrtini wiii.nd Mr. Ewt.n j ? itr. Mr. nd Mr. tmUiu.ni Mueiis. , 1 Mr, aaid Mr. UR'HUum 88uci: "nt flinittuy with Mr. acufl tin ' 2 iUtmitH Wrislrt mid fflnujelttMr .iff S r,.uj;itn. 2 . Tlmnia (GTU-ncnr ti'intiwfi r jlimr. W-r. Jk-nttie iEuliiiiau. Mr. 2 ' Wary Hit raid Mr. 3ur. (CTui. a.li j of 'tllttrton. 2 Mr. amd Mr. Eicttj- WtmCiw aiit! i mm Jlamkic W vne T Unr-nuu. Ohm. 2 infl Edna Klhurfiti a lle tir-Jjlo x.vt tllttti 'in..td Mr. .n iMr. iTIri Millie twonntly. 2 I JUrs- Albert lUiwwni .nd iduujrl" l-wr amd Mr. 3vm E-msr amd wuit-2 I ttwm a-nd Wr. nd Mr. iLaw- od itttid KlisMi ILali nd -ciuui.'l-2 lr. Imi rjmujs-me iUrwmm. Mr. HutTt !(! ill an 1"r 2 1 bnne. ! imtiiry flmnw j:u. 1I Mr. ml 2 Mts HIWOTI (Tirv -" ft. nd Mr ! rttrmvT lUwttir T Tn Wltin 'f-k- W. P. Gilfoy" Texaco Senice Wilson, Justice and Osella Auto Sales ' White Pharmacy . Wisehart and Savage : - , -' . -- , f i - Young's Grocery "' Zoixi BargaiH Store DOR'T SUFFER Csesztk Pida Lester sW Ta iiwj:r : li'U don, declared that to date Hie v- has "no military value whatever". "It is purely an erratic terror weauon." he continued, "but it is not spam HsrT ni r H". -nH mrw T sillsl avirfi rt) lufJF fWW ytw m nav 1w sn ii mm -tw f wIM Swm :!. rwn - ssnwm sf ymv ilisjmw tl"? tmiwwiM !shrMr lerrifving the country". Smith echoed Churchill in the V-2 is causnlE fewer casual LIKES MODEL CLEANINC! ODEL CLEANERS ties and less damage than the V-J and said bluntly, "if Nazi Propa- us gaums is m siierooun rt iti.i onH:, Minister Dr. Paul Joseph Goebuels thinks that he hss England in a panic with his V-2 ghost bomb. 8J3 WH"TH MA1X lie's aaj'.ofX the bam",

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