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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 7

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Friday, November 10, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Eight V PUBLIC NOTICE St. Bernice Baseball Team Honored At Dinner;Mother Has Son's Medals, PALACE 9c - 3oc TOMTE BIG Features IHHTH CERTIFICATE Notice Is hereby given that Jessie M. Cramer lias filed a petition in the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County, Indiana, to have the Mrs. Ella Tuck of Dana was a house guest last week of Mrs. Homer McBride. One hundred and thirty guests en- BUSINESS SERVICES r f i 1 June Travis accompanied by Mrs. Earl Woolf entertained with vocal duets. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ernhart visited with their son, Kenneth and fam- time and place of her birth deter A. HI Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices ItK.tli ESTATE FOR SALE Joyed the banquet served by the P.T. I I'lciw come In and rhcck our list an mined. Said petition is set for hearing on the 14th day of November. 1944. "qwq; CARL R. BIGGS, Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court TO MAKE VOUI! HEART OEAT FASTER Wt BRING YO'J THE WORLD'S MOST MEM.' GRABLE I OVERS . E K ' nr x r we Imve Kevrrul Rood buys. H. N. CAI,I 227 lllaekiiinn Street Phone 2l. U A. In honor of the St. Bernice base- jxisqaiH -sawj 8J8U.M "puj 'Xjun u i ball teum which is the champion ' celebrated her birth annlversury on team of the county. W. E. Frump, a J Wednesday. Mrs. Wayne Gruce ac-former Clinton coach, made the main ' compunied the Ernhurts lo Gary, address of the evening. Coach Noble where she visited her granddaughter Mayes presented an award to Bryce' Mrs. Martha Reed Downs und family. Hadlev the outstanding nlayer In ! Mrs. Duvld Thurnian. accompanied EEAU BCERY Flrat day Insertion: 80 for each reading line (one column line, Ilka one ol these). Next two days Insertion: the same le charge (you get three days at double the coot ot the first day). Next three days Insertion: the aame 8c charge (you get a whole leek five days) at three times the cost of one Insertion). Each group of three days there- 1 after, 8c a line. Blackface (like (ills) 10c per line. by Miss Dorothy HpaniuniK oi lerre POUND A LA HOE STOCK OF Uoodyaar Oar, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly dono and Guaranteed. 9th and Uogart Mobllgas Station, Joe Glacoletto, Clinton. 32tf Haute, are visiting with Mrs. Thur end,!,. ' tf'. M ATCEI fjfj J" t, , l fJy, county baseball. Two honored guestB on furlough were Sgt. Edward Well-man from the South Pacific area and Merle Rltter, who has Just completed his boot training In Great Lakes, 111. In Mcnioriam In loving memory of our father, Elwood lluwklns, who died Nov. 11, 1942. More und more each day we miss him; Friends may think (he wound Is heuled; . . But they Illlle know the sorrow Lien within our hearts concealed. The Family. Miss Leone King and Miss Dorothy If you want to sell your proiierly In anil nro-.iiiil Clinton, list it with ill!'. I Rin sure I ran help you. II. M. AM, 227 lilackninn Street 'Hilton, In. liana Phone 82(1 tO Miirjone MAIN In "JACKASS MAIL" Sustained U. S. Drive Slashes 3 Main Roads All classified ads Including mem-ortams and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except Uiobo by regular customers whose accounts are paid monthly or tboee from or yanlsatlons whose bills must be al lowed before being paid. In tht latter case the person anklng tlif publication of the nollce will be held responsible for Its payment I man's daughter, Mrs. Clarence Nelson and family of I'earland, Texas. Miss Spauldlng Is a cousin or Mr. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barker and children of Howard. Ind. were recent guests of Mr. aand Mrs. Clifford Mc-Brlde. Mr. aand Mrs. Guy .Barker and family of Carlisle. Ind., accompanied by the latter's brother were last week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Boltz. Mrs. Brn Connor has returned after a two weeks stay with her daughter. Miss Minnie Bodle in Anderson. Miss Bodle is recuperating after a major operation In St. John's hospital. Mr. and Mrn. Colletl Dean of Vermilion, III., and Mrs. Frank Watson of near 1'aris, 111., were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Follz. Treated with Sulfa Gonorrhea, a disease of great social and economic importance, can, In most cases, be effectively treated with the sulfa drugs. DEAD A N I MIA L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Cull Crawford 8201 or Crawford H3109 Trre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges John Warbtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 FOB SALE DKAII ANIMALS HKMOVKD J ItfcB of charge by Dwlgglns and Sous, licensed dealers. Call us aa soon as lliey die and reverse charges. Dana (Continued from page 1) The bastion town of Louvigny, 10 miles south of Melz, was taken by armored and Infantry columns which Feature gVL BAR ft Y iBMjyBHaHUsasancaaBsaBMnBBawaBWBBa Starling With Saturday Midnile Show It's Slightly Scandalous - Terrifically Funny OTilTJlffiK'iu.lWi1 JiVfei . i"ir?? fSsTry.'ii i 1 1 "1 COLUMBIA Feed Service, Dana, 1'lioue ou. t6xf continued their advance northeast of the city. Thexey St. Martin, three miles northeast of Nomeny, also was I A new switch-board has been installed In the St. Bernice telephone HOUSE HOLD COOl):; FOR BALK Solid Walnut bed nnd plutform sprinps, two bedroom dressers, one dresser without mirror, full sized iron bed and Bprlugs, one sectional bookcase, home made book case, end table, radio bench, magazine rack, floor lamp, broom, one lub, ironing board, rake, shovel, library table, living room Bulle, baby bed, minor and oilier email items. Property for (leorge M. Kew. II. S. Call, 227 Illackman SI. Phone 320. tlO taken from the enemy. OUAHANTKED 24-Hll. REFRICER-ation Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Plione 1034-4 Clinton or 1G5-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-45 j"7j'Ti:lf"rilKITMAH I.AYAWAY Club and select a Keepsake Diamond ring at Kuraro'a Jewelry Shop. t23 Kelze Observation Post ! The razorback hill known as Del-me Ridge outside 'of Chateau Sallns, which also was taken, fell to the Third Army. The ridge affords "a valuable observation post over open I country," according to official sources. One mile north of Chateau Sallns, itself about 17 miles northeast of liKK- FOUIt HOOM 1IOIJSK IN ST HEOAPl'l.NO AND VULCANIZING. Five-ply passenger car tires. Plenty of Ethyl and anli-frceze. The Gas Market. 11-2-44 office which adds greatly to the efficiency of the operators. Word has been received by friends that Mrs. Ethel Evdman was presented last week with the three medals honoring her ton. a prisoner or war in Germany. The presentation was made at Santa Anna, Calif. Raymond Hancock has returned from the Vermillion County Hospital after several dayn of treatment there and is very much improved, although be Ib required to remain in bed. Barbara Jean Jordan, who was seriously injured in an accident a week ago, is recuperating nicely In the Vermillion County Hospital. Twenty one from the St. Bernice Baptist Church attended the Baptismal Service at the FirBt Baptist church In Clinton Sunday evening. Mrs. Melvin Phillips was a candidate for baptism from the St. Bernice church. HUltDSALS PASTE WAX FOR your floors. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. nice. FIVE HOOM HOUSE IN FA I It VIEW. TWO HOOM HOUSE WITH 7 ',4 ! acres on Uriar Hill. 1 SEVEN ROOM HOUSE WITH TWO acres. TWO, THREE, TOUR, FIVE AND Six room bouses In Clinton and Universal. O. F. HOUSTON til ( liriKtmux find Designs are running low and many ure being ciin-relled every day. We ran still supply some very nice ones with names imprinted, but better order yours today. See the design slill available at The Dully Cliiitoiiiuii Office. REPAIRING. Todd at FRIDAY and SATURDAY Admission 9c and 20c HEROES of the ALAMO With Bruce Warren Rex Lease Ruth Findely "Cameramen At War" PDC Short "Pet Problem" Paramount Short SUNDAY and MONDAY Admission 9e and 25c PIN-UP GIRL With Betty Grable Joe E. Brown "Frog and the Princess" Terrytoon RKO News ADTOMOIilL E Prompt Service. K. ies. Phone 8. fSwK-' I 'M3 DAY . ' l 1 , 4 I Nancy, the Doughboys took Coutres and penerated one mile Inside the Forest Chateau .Sallns. In their drive, they reached the hamlet of Humpont, three-and-a-half mileB east of Chateau Sallns on the Nancy-Saar-burg railway. Operate East of Highway The Metx-Chateau Sallns road was severed, with American troops operating two or three miles east of the highway. Up until noon today General Pat-ton's men took l.iiOO prisoners since the opening of their attack, General Eisenhower's spokesmen revealed. Action Flare TlH-ougfhout Front At present, even the seven-mile sector of relative quiet In the center of the Third Army line is beginning to flare Into action, they added. In addition to rain and wet ground, enemy mines are adding an BELIEVE IT OR NOT, WE HAVE some good watermelons. McCrack-en Market. tf BEN.NET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 400 South Fourth Street. Phone 454. t85f MALE HELP WANTED TABLE MODEL RADIO, $10. On; two cubinet model radio's and a eight piece dining room suite. C03 North 3rd St. tllx BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Clintonian. I The Home Maker's Sunday School Class of the Nazarene, Mrs. Shaffer, teacher were entertained with an ela-, borate Halloween party at the farm home of Mr. aand Mrs. Oren U'o last week. The barn was beautifully decorated in keeping with the season and about 30 persons enjoyed bobbing for apples, going through the t witeiies house and other festive gni-ties. Delicious refresments of sandwiches, pumpkin pie, coffee aand apples were thoroughly enjoyed on WOOL COATS, SIZE 14. RACCOON HELP WANTED lur coat, size 14. Also hand crocheted table cloth. 424 Black man, after 5:30 p. m. til other difficulty to the American drive, these sources said. East of Mezlwies Ies Met: a slight advance was scored despite a German counter-attack, while additional FRESH COW AND CALF. MRS Rock Ciacolettl, Sandytown. Tel. an gains were etched out in the sector , the most perfect night for Buch 1007-1. t'lx WANTED MAN OR WOMAN 25-45 to handle established coffee and grocery route in and around Clinton. Car furnished and expenses paid. Guaranteed salaries plus commissions with steady employment now und after duration. State qualifications. Write Box 4 4 2-X co Clintonian. t5f south and southeast of the oMselle . occasion FIFTH VEIN COAL. $3.25 TON and up. Phone 592-J or 1130 Pike Street. tl FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BRA-zll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson , TERRY 1 Xu't WALBURN , CHARLIE BARNST anal , , His Orchestra 1 " " I 1 BtKKKBIBBBK&nRBtnKKHHHKBMBtBlBKBtKIIBB Blaeieye Peai Blackeye peas are causing much favorable comment these days. They are palatable and offer much food value at little cost. Dry, they ara acceptab1-" alternate! for meat, fish, eggs or cheese because they contain protein. They are sourcei of B vitamins and iron, too. Phone 13G-W. t 7-17-44 f BRICK, any kind yon want. Clinton LOST OR STOLEN en evrolet'wheeiTand tire. Size 17-550. Call Divan's Repair Shop. Reward. til FAMILY WASHING IN BLUE BAG, Tuesday night. Reward. Return 858 N. Kill. tllx Ante Wrecking Parts do. Brule's Phone S, Clinton. Half MAPLE BABY BED $111.00. 541 Soutll Third Street. ttllx Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and 20c Seven Days Ashore With Wally Brown Alan Carney Marcy McGuire PLUS Wild Brian Kent With Ralph Bellamy FOUND HEATING STOVES, 528 SO. STII St. Turley's Place. tllx bridgehead near Koenigsmacher, where the Doughboys also were forced to beat off a Nazi counter-blow. Only Enemy Effort These were the only two enemy efforts to stem Patton's drive since the veteran three-atar general began bis newest offensive. The foot soldiers and armor moved forward with the assistance of formidable aerial squadrons which battered enemy positions behind the front with a terrific weight of bombs. Heavyweight American aircraft, euf-ployed as tactical bombers, went -out more than 1,300 strong over the Metz area. Their devastating assaults were supported by some 700 fighter craft which also harassed the enemy and destroyed vital transport on roads and railways. Flint Army Pounds Foe A fresh attack was made by the American First Army southeast of Aachen and made some headway despite sporadic blizzards which covered the area with snow. The Yanks moved forward some 000 yards southweBt of Hurtgen in this thrust. KITCHEN CABINET. INQUIRE AT As Action-Packed ... As Romance - Packed a Story As Ever Came Out of the Saturday Evening Post! . 9c 40c SUN., MON. & TUE. Color Cartoon "Disillusioned Bluebirds" LATEST. NEWS KEYS ON KEY CASE, IN FRONT of Stevenson Lumber Co. Owner may have by Identifying, and pay-lug for this ad. (09 1044 South Fourth. t9x ( MI M r m u t ZJjm pcroi BED DAVENPORT ' AND T W O burner oven. 415 Soutli Sixth. tllx THEPCTURES LOST Iluy More Honds TWO BAGS OF FEED BETWEEN Ninth Street and Geneva Hiil. Mrs. j Ha y Aicwueell. PAD) NOTICES CHRISTMAS CARD DKSK.'NS AUK running low anil liiuny ace being cancelled every day. We run still supply some very nice ones with mimes Imprinted, but betler order yours today. See Hie designs slill available at The Daily t'lin-toniall Office. BLACK AND WHITE MALE GOAT. 10115 Miller St. tOilx FOR RENT BI S STATION. CALL 920 ANDKR-sou or Phone 44ti. tl5 Card of Thanks MODERN FURNISHED APART-ment. close in. 415 So. 3rd St. 2tf NOTICK! p. Jerusalem Lodge No. 99 F. & A. M. culled meeting. Saturday, November 11, 7 p. m. Work in F. C. degree. John Griffith, W. M.. Charles Brown, Secretary. t'J Classified Ads Sell Most Anything THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c ((NICKER BOOKER HOLIDAY With Nelson Eddy Charles Coburn Constance Dowliug "Mighty Mouse Meets Jekyll and Hyde Cat" Terrytoon "Champions Carry On" Sports Review NOTICE! Truckers' Attention. Coal now available at Hazel Bluff, location two miles S. W. Clinton, cleaned coal, hopper loading. S 4c O Coal Co. tl2x W e are sincerely grateful to friends and neighbors for their many kind acts of sympathy during our sad bereavement. Our appreciation cannot be adequately expressed. We also wish to thank Itev. Crawl. George Chenhull. Mrs. Mabel Morgan. Frist Funeral Home. thoHe who sent floral offerings and those who offered their cars. Mrs. Dee Fisher and Family. 1 ftiPpm CHESe MORRiS 'Wii rriiMc niitick! Dance Sponsored by SNPJ. Old fashioned music. IVroua's Hall. Saturday, Noember 11. Admission 2",c. 1x6 No. 3 Boards $6.00 Black Correlated Metal Roofing $4.00 Wire Corn Cribs 48" 50 Ft. Roll $1.90 Wood Picket Cribs 36" 100 Ft. Rolls $12.50 Red Cedar Posts For 20c, 28c, 35c, 55c 26 In. Hos Fence $ .3!) 1 Onlv Hog Feeder 35 Bushel $39.00 Treated Wall Board For Lining; $4.00 35 Lb. Roofing $1.20 35 Lb. Roofing $1.60 STEVENSON LUMBER COMPANY NOTICK KAGI.KK! Entertainment for Eagles anil fumilies. Saturday night. Must show receipt. t9 NOTICE Tltl'CKKItS! fttli Vein (Geneva Coal, M mile bark of (ieneva Tavern. Norton Creek Coal Co. utf Avoid the Danger ol Winter Sklddtnmt t FACTUHY-CONTROLLEJD WANTED ELECTRIC TRAIN SW1 150ti South 7lh Street. TC1IES. t!2x RECAPPING o.no-ia 7s00 NO OTHER OFFKHS YOV: RUTH WARRICK BARTON MacLANE . TOM TULLY WALLACE FORD Krtctti ki EDDIE StfTKIlAND cumiu ntna I (irad A OualKr rsmellMM-k. S. Frtrtupt Hf-rvii- . 3. All rh Uy Fntr-TntinHl Kpfrt. '" UP TO $300 Quickly Loaned on Your Personal Security. No Riion Crfifici Ndd 4. JUr1 m w Bisnl upon le StUIIOT PrTlimC WST ""T Screw Plm br KOI C-lHSL0R rmwM m rsu k "(" iMDIEim" M I SECURITY LOAN COMPANY POLAND'S HOME & AUTO SUPPLY ONLY 0 k 3 it- "JUNGLE WOMAN" ' WILD HORSE RUSTLERS"1 125 mackman St. Phone 62 Big Double Feature TOMGHT and SAT. 214 So. Main St., Clinton CLINTON. INDIANA IMione 7:ta - - -

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