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THE DAILY CLINTON I AN Page Three Wednesday, November 15, 1044. feA LIB PA, COMET-LIKE BOMBS HIT BRITAIN (Clinton Social Notesf Wednesday Women of the Moose meet at the Resembles Buzcard When grown and in flight, the con dor, a very large American vulture, resembles a turkey vulture (or buzzard) in the fingering-out of tiia feathers at the wing tips, but it can be distinguished from the latter by the large white patch on the forepart of the under side of each wing, and by its enormous size. Its wing-spread ranges from 9 to 10 feet a contrasted with the vulture's 6V to 6 feet. Its head and neck are bald and reddish-orange; the strength ol its great beak is astonishing. fought to an extremely bitter end. it is felt that the war not only will result in the defeat of the Reich but the destruction of the greater part of the country. Little :liunce op Revolt Also, there now is considered little chance of a revolt by the armed forces or the German population. Himmler now is known to possess full command of the police, Gestapo. SS Elite Guard, the Waffen SS, the Volksgrenadiers, the Volksturm and the German Reserve Army. "rnqueHtlouubly Mad" LONDON, England. Adolf Hitler today is unquestionably mad and probably is being kept under re hall on Blackman street at 7:30 p. in. Friendly Bunco Club, 7:30 p. m. with Mrs. Betty Reed, South Fourth street. xung Peoples Class of the First Christian Church meet wUh Miss Mrs. Vernon Honored At Shower Friday Evening Mrs. Leonard Vernon was the honored 'guest at a stork shower given by her mother, Mrs. Pete Blbich, 1007 North Eighth street, Friday Margaret Blower, Rosenblatt apart Birthday Party Saturday In Honor of Betty Lou Hixon Betty Lou Hixon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hixon of South Sixth street, observed her tenth birthday party held Saturday afternoon at the home of her parents. The table was centered with a birthday cake topped with ten candles. Games were played with prizes being awarded to Billy Stultz, Donald Kink and Verl Shannon. Those present were Yullnii Wilson, Phillip and Bobby Simpson, evening. The table was attractively decorated In a pink and blue color scheme. Games were played and prizes were awarded to Miss Margaret Berto and Mrs. Agnes Hurtman. Guests were Mrs. Frank Rodich, Mrs. Dan Rodich, Mrs. Marie Kara-novlch, Mrs. John Aimone, Mrs. I j4 Mm 9 i i ments, 7:30 p. m. A. B. C. Club meeting 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Joe Mikels, 721 South Fourth street. Fairvlew Home Ec club has been postponed until next Wednesday. Will meet with Mrs, Roscoe Walker. Acme Club, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. William R. Brown. Pythian Circle, 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Jeanle Scullion. Thursday Philathea Class meeting at the church basement, 7:30 p. m. Raymond Benson, Billy Stultz. Jim Gsatfo A FEW DROPS Qalckly Mlm Oistnusst HEAD COLOSI my Hixon, Murlene Luce, Mary Ann Brewer, Lulu Belle Daves, Patrick 7t;h! Fink, Rita Fink, Maxine Daves, Vi John Naujokttls, Misses Margaret and Dorothy Berto, Mrs. Agnes Hartman and Mrs. Vernon. The honored guest received many lovely gifts. straint. This is the opinion Just rendered the British Foreign Office by Dr. William Brown, Director of the Institute of Experimental Psychology at Oxford University. Brown, who is the advisor to the British government on Hitler's mentality, is considered to be the greatest authority outside Germany on the Fuehrer's mind. He has been making a special psychoanalytical study of Hitler for the British government since the former corporal rose to power In the Reich. olet Daves, Tommy Cadle, Elaine Williams, Martha Ann Williams, Rhoda Kay Wilson, Wanda Faye It's so etu to get prompt, effective relief rom dis llson, Vernon Lee Kispert, Shirley FOR THf PAST SEVERAL WEEKS, Prime Minister Churchill has just told the House of Commons, comet-iike V-2 rocket bombs have been striking in "widely scattered points" in England. The new weapon is said to pierce the stratosphere about 70-miles high and hit the earth at 1000 Bi.pii., considerably .aster than sound travels. Churchill disclosed that some launching bases had been captured when Walcheren Island, off the coast ol Holland, was overrun recently. A dispatch in a London paper stated that one base from which the bombs were fired was believed to be at Utrecht, 20 miles north of the present fighting line in th Netherlands, approximately 200 miles from London, (international). St. Bernice P. T. A. 7:30 p. m at the High School. Dean Kispert, Dennis Gene iKispert Emily Syme, Paula J. Hixon, Jimmy tress of head colds with Va-tro-noll Works right where trouble is to reduce congestion soothe Irritation make breathing easier. Also helps prevent many colds Irom developing if used la time. Try it! FaUowdirectionslnlolder. Ladles Auxiliary of the One-Half Century Club meet at the club Sharon Kay Torasso Has Second Birth Anniversary Mrs. John Torasso of Blanford entertained with a birthday party for her daughter, Sharon Kay, who was two years old Armistice Day. Games were played with prizes rooms at 7:30 p. m. Stultz, Marcella Kay Hixon, Raymond Benson, Verl Shannon, Mrs. Wllmt Cadle, Mrs. Bern ice Kispert, Miss Mary Fulk and Miss Marilyn Presbyterian Missionary Society, Throw Tour Scrap Into the Fight! 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. Ora Doyle, 416 Hixon. m South Fourth. VIENNA NEXT ON RED DRIVE LIST being awarded to the winners. Helt's Prairie Home Economics Regrets were received from the Guests attending were Mrs. Joe grandmother, Mrs. Ada Fultz, Win Club all day meeting at the home of Puckett and daughters, Gloria Jo I Mrs. Harlow Frist. Mrs. Ernest Har and Karen Lee Eleanor and Lor- 1 lagtoai aBsistant i10Btea8. ANNUAL SENIOR CLASS PLAY Friday of Clinton, Mrs. Marco Zandarea and I Jolly Homemakers Club will meet daughter, Marilyn, Patty Jo Carvela- UHH LAND ) RUSSIA to, Dolores Jean, Parmalis, Meree Jean Mazura, Lliida Kay Clover and nie Luce, Billy and Artie Joe Williams and Paul David Fulk of Terre Haute. Delicious refreshments were served and the honored guest received several nice gifts. Membership Drive Planned At Band Boosters Meeting Thirty-one adult members of the Band Bolsters Club met at the Clinton High Sehool band rooms Tues Alvera Peterson all of Blanford. ACT YOUR AC E The honored guest received sev eral nice gifts. with Mrs. Cecil Anstead, Walnut street, 2 p. m. The Octette Club will meet .with Mrs. Helen Heacock November 17. The annual birthday dinner Is to be held November 18 at the home of Mrs. Uva Pittenger. A six o'clock dinner will be served in honor of the husbands. Wabash Camp 1517 regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Eva Patterson, 429 South Fourth street, 7:30 p. m. DEB Club, 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Edna Dugger, South Eighth Four Guests Attend Regular Bunco Meet At Universal ;vitN "JreL? T7 a B pioesti ..H ' ' MMBELGRAD Km V BUCHAREST. ffflM jwtpm BULGARIA Jjg , street. Mrs. Jennie Cook, Mrs. Katie VI-talie, Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph and Mrs. Bert Cox were guests at the regular meeting of the Universal Happy Hour Bunco Club held at the recreation hall recently. Sixteen members attended the meeting. Bunco was played with prizes given to Mrs. Vitalie, high; Mrs. Elizabeth Troskey, bunco; Mrs. Bessie Sims, low and Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph, travel. Mrs. Vetta Brann was hostess for the meeting and Mrs. Maggie Granger will be hostess for the next reg Jacksonville. PTA meeting at 7:30 p. m. During the program, a day evening. f The meeting opened with a few selections by the B-band and Donald Dugger entertained with a cornet solo. Rev. Kerner called the meeting to order and during the business meeting the membership drive was discussed. Plans for serving meals at the coming tournament were also discussed. Following the meeting, the B-band entertained with several selections, Robert James gave two cornet solos and Henry Pullen and Bill James presented a playlet Delicious refreshments were served following the meeting. 3 - Act Comedy At The Clinton High School Gym FRIDAY, NOV. 17 MATINEE 1:15 P. M. Admission 20c - 35c EVENING, PERFORMANCE 8 P. M. Admission 35c - 40c 30 MINUTE BAND CONCERT BEFORE PERFORMANCE movie will be given. Refreshments will be served and each member to bring an apple pie or pumpkin pie. Soldier Home On Leave Feted At Chicken Supper VIENNA AND THEN MUNICH are the next two (tops on the Russian program as the Soviet Army drives into Budapest where fighting is reported in the streets. The Red Army "will reach Vienna before the big snowfall" declared Russian leaders as one wing of the Army swings northward to encircle Budapest. (Interattioail) ular meeting. John Newman Honored At Mr. and Mrs. perry Parent and Farewell Party Tuesday son, Porter, of Montezuma spent Friday evening visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wright of route two, Clinton entertained with a farewell supper Tuesday evening honoring John Newman of route ana Reich Ruled By Himinler-Guided Triumvirate . (Continued F-otn r ) two, West Terre Haute who is leav Mrs. Arthur Hess and children of Centenary. Mrs. Mary Hess and daughter, Darlene, spent Wednesday In Terre Haute. ocHsaaooooaoooocooooooooxooooaoooaaaooaaaa(aofao Harold Jackson, route one, was admitted to the Vermillion County hnxoital yesterday as fracture case. ing for service Saturday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Allen and son, Junior, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wright and sons, Larry Milton and Michael Eugene and the honored guest, wife and children, Judith and John Conrad. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Snider of Dana entertained with a chicken supper recently in honor of Pvt. Winifred Snider who was spending a short furlough with his wife and children. Guests were Mr. and MrB. Robert Shew and son, Bobble of Universal, Mrs. Harry Snider and Pvt. and Mrs. Winifred Snider and children, Wanda and Jimmy of Montezuma, Pvt. Snider returned to camp Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Shew spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Snider of Dana. Mrs. L. Griffin Hostess For Fortnightly Club Members of the Fortnightly Club were entertained at the home of Mrs. Ada Cloyd with Mrs. Letha Griffin of Parke County as hostess recently. r rt i Beware umens Lois Jean White, age 14, route nne. was admitted to the county t,nnital vesterday as a medical case Mrs. Margaret Flint and baby of Hockville were dismissed -from, the Miss Frances Barrett of Benton Harbor, Mich, was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs V. F. Stakley of Centenary. Other guests were Mrs. Charles Bush of near Newport, daughter, granddaughter and daughter-in-law. Mrs. Charles Bush, Jr. of near Coerlng is said to remain increasingly silent concerning state affairs. In private life, the reports said, he delights more than ever in dressing up in the colorful uniforms and robes of his own design. Goering always has had a fetish for garbing his huge form in flashy outfits. Now, these Quarters report, there Is seen little possibility that he ever could succeed Hitler aB head man of the Nazi Reich as the Relchsfuehrer decreed in 1939. Goering and Rudolf Hess, the deputy fuehrer, were designated by Hitler in 1939 as alternate successors "should anything happen to me". ' Hess removed himself from the county hospital yesterday. 0 Homemakers club meeting to be held Friday night has been postponed until further notice. , Mr and Mrs. Kell of 639 Black- & IIUIII UIIIHiUII UUIUO That Hang On 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 An interesting program was pre MAKE YOUR SUIT SELECTION NOW sented by Miss Clenn Morgan. The subject being "The Bayous of Lou Newport Is leaving for Charleston, S. C. to be with her husband, S 1c Charles Bush of the U. S. Coast isiana" by H. T. Kaue. Miss Lenore Merrlman will act as For Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis Guards, hostess for the November 28 meet picture through his historic flight to ing. Mrs. Georgia Zell will review, "The Curtain Rises" by Quentln man Street spent the week end In Shelbyville. H , German Resistance Stiffens in Face Of British Drive (Continued from page 1) Scotland in May of 1941. Reynolds. The view now definitely prevails among offiicals in London that Hitler's eclipse and the virtual as sumption of supreme power by Ges mm tapo Chief Heinrlcb Himmler has resulted in fundamental changes affecting the end of the war and the YOU'D BETTER "TAKE STOCK" THANKSGIVING DAY la Just Around The Corner! Be Ready For It With Garments That Are Perfectly Dry-Cleaned By At future of Germany. It now is believed that Germany Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kutch 853 South Sixth street, are the par will fight to the last gasp. Unlike ents of a baby girl born Saturday 'Nov. 11 at their home. The infant 1918 there will be no surrender to preserve the German Army from destruction. Because the war is likely to be was named Mary Louise. ROSENBLATT'S Bay Bonds Now For Victory I CTnsteads f A LITTLE MTTeK- f I ' Phone 129 220 Elm St. A Notice! The Cllntonian Want Your News. Please Call Miss I -ear To Report Social News. Phone 88 or 88. ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 187 North 7th St. PHONE 1M-W PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT iX0O0K&00Q0O0D0S)OQOO0ltt0QOQ0O)M0OOQ Have a"Coke"iAdelante con la musical (GET IN THE GROOVE ! ) troops pushed beyond the village of San Tome. Nazi opposition was stubborn. Advancing westward of Forli from their bridgeheads across the Mon-tone River, other British units overran the town of Villa Grappa and captured the elevated positions on Monte Pogglolo. The drive west of Forli carried the Tommies to a general line two mi)es north of the Montone. Poles Seize Han Antonla Polish troops, operating with the Eighth Army on its western flank, seized additional high ground north of the Florence-Forli road, and, after vicious street fighting, overwhelmed the Nazis in the village of Kan Antonio. The Germans continued to hold the last winter barrier before Ravenna. Weather became progressively worse along .the Fifth Army's sector, and action for Lieut. Gen. Mark Wayne Clark's troops was comparatively light. General Clark's Indian Division, however, routed the enemy from the strategic height called Mount San Bartolo, overlooking the Modigliana plain. Airmen Support Drive Allied Mediterranean aircraft supported the ground operations with more than 1U0 sorties over the battle areas. Naval forces at the same time, stepped up efforts to trap remnants of German elements retreating from the Balkans. The Navy command disclosed that the American destroyer U. S. Benson and the French destroyer Lalbyon shelled enemy barracks on the Riviera Nov. 13 and that the U. S. S. Woolsey engaged a German Howitzer battery on the Franco-Italian rentier the previous f. :-'ZfUiCj 'M C ' - 'A I ) YOU CAN ALWAYS I 1 Se-'iJ DEPEND ON I H Despite wartime scarcities Sealtest Ice Cream quality is outstand- 1 I ing in every market where it is sold. We invite your comparison. I I CLOVERLEAF ' f) l ffl Citrttsj Cr$smtrit, Imc.Dirttmi Sttoi Us$n Pnuimttt Corpertistm in B ' 1 ?Mt (a Mm Jaa toil Must VJU ff-m mtk Imtk HWUy, Tbariiays, iJt F. M., " jg Js- . day. fcSiaiB . . . or getting along in Guatemala Music and Coca-Cola spell friendship among out Latin-American neighbors just as they do here at home. Hat s "Cakt" it an invitation of welcome as quickly understood in Guatemala as in Georgia. In many lands around the globe, Coca-Cola has become the same symbol of friendliness that it is in your own living room; . (OntfO UNCEt AUTHORITY OF IHf COCXXXA COMMNT SY TERRE HAUTE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY M Calorie Content A fair lized potato contributes the same number of calories of fuel food for the body engine aa large orange, a large apple or lour average tUtttd nrune. I "Cofce"Cocm.CoU I It' natural fo, popular nam 1 to acquire friendlf abcrrvu-1 dona. That' arh you heat CocavCel called "Coka". f

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