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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Tngo Flvo JKIIE DAILY CL1NTON1AN Thursday, November 1G, 1944. tor is to be stepped up considerably due to the fact that the work rooms ia Saturday and right now that's Swift Landing Seizes Dutch Isles for Allies Wabash Valley tournament; Jan. 31, West Terre Haute here; Feb. 2, Dana, there; Feb. 9, open; and Feb. 16, St. Bemice, here. To date the Newport Tigers have played three games with Hillsdale, West Terre Hauto and Dana, the game with Dana being the only home game so far. Losing all three of the games, Newport fans still have hopes that this year's team has better prospects than laBt years wliu lost all of the games but one. New Funds Boost War Fund Drive In Local County (Continued F Paw l over 000 life Jackets for the Navy, Mr. Peterson explained. A number of the students could not get their sacks of pods to tho soliool building, the county agent ndded as he said there were still about 100 more sacks to be picked up Ihroughout tho county. Tho tlosa frum the pods will be shipped to Petoskey, Mich., for processing In the very near future, Mr. Peterson concluded. Fred Hayes, couuly superintendent of schools, assisted Mr. Peterson with the drive. B. I. PAVEY ABSTRACTS NOTARY PUBLIC NEWPORT, IND. Res. 784 Walnut fit. Clinton, Ind. Tel. 419-J $6, Donald McFall, Madeline vanced enemy positions at Llmon, Bugg, Marton Cross, Mildred Dev- four miles south of l'inamopoan on ins. Glen Miller, Frances Wilson, the road to Ormoc, Japan's last re-Emma Bayainger, Zeda Herrich, malning though battered stronghold Earl Hebcr. on the west coast of Leyte Island. I sit ... it Joe Marsh have closed temporarily. There is an urgent need for women to aid in tills work. Those interested are asked to contact Mrs. Mortimer Lewis tor in structions and material. Ka Newport Boys Awarded Milkweed Championship James and John Peer of Newport were named tho county champion milkweed pod pickers when they turned In the 50 full sacks they had picked during the drive last month, M. J. Peterson, county agricultural ugent, announced Monday. The Dana school led all of Hie other county schoolB by turning in 180 Backs of pods. Altogether, over 1000 sacks of pods were turned in by school Btudents and other pickers which was enough floss to make Bert Childera halls Ed Carey on his back porch. "What yon doin', Ed?" he asks. "Pluckin' our Thanksgiving turkey," Ed replies. "Looks like a chicken to me," says Bert. "Looks like one to me, too," Ed allows. "But with so many turkeys goin'toourflghtin men, some chickens got to do a turkey-size job." Guess that's the way Thanksgiving Is going to be In a lot of homes this year. We'll be sitting down to rationed foods and sub-stitutes-and being mighty glad No. 103 of a Series torn where Ed Carey Talks (Thanksgiving) Turkey Hoosier Captain May Miss Out In Pittsburgh Bout Injured Knee Throws IU Tavener Out of Lineup ; Players for Buckeye Game BLOOMiNGTON, InU. Knee injuries Buffered In the Minnesota game probably will keen IihIIuiiu's Captain Johnny Tavener rrom the starting lineup against Pittsburgh Saturday, Coach A. N. (Ho) McMIl-lin said today. McMtllln expects to send George Parker In to replace Tavener at center. Hill Uecker is the probable replacement for nob Ravensburg, who has continued to have trouble with an ankle Injured two weeks ago. Army Buckles Down WEST POINT, N. Y. Army buckled down for stiff workouts today In preparation for the game with Penn Saturday. The Cadets were In good physical condition after the Notre Dame victory of last week with only John Sauer, reserve back and Bill Yancey, a tackle on the injured list. Coach Karl Hlaik brushed aside all questions regarding the Dec. 2 game with Navy with the comment, "We play Pennsylvan- Dr.G.R. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Eay 235 Blackman CEMETERY MEMORIALS MONUMENTS and MARKERS Terre Haute Monument Co. SHELL, V. I.KE rhon. SB'! Kprntullve 406 8. Seventh, Clinton YOU'LL AGREE that our HOMEMADE CHILI Is Good yorxir LIKE OUR HOMEMADE PIES Freneh Fries, Sandwiches, Coffee, Ice Cream, Soft Drinks 2 SPEED' GRILL DRIVE-IN S North Main Street 5 the game we re all thinking about. Pitt Works on Air Pittsburgh, Pa. Tim Pitt Panthers today were primed for their Saturday invasion of Uloomington. Ind., as Coach Clark S-haughnessy perfected an aerial attack which he hopes will "surprise" the Indiana University Hooslcrs. Quarterback Paul Rickards will cany Pitt s hopes of averting a 13th straight defeat by a western conference member. l.AKAYKTTIO, Ind. Ed Cody, driving fullback who had been sidelined two weeks with a knee injury, topped a squad of 22 Purdue grld-sters who head today for Baltimore and the Navy game Saturday. Fourteen Navy and marine trainees will leave tomorrow. At the final practice yesterday, the Boilermakers emphasized their pass offense, Bill Canfleld and Don Qulnn doing the throwing. Irish Injury Hatuitotl SOUTH BEND, Ind. Coach Ed McKcever today continued to make wholesale changes in his injury-riddled Notre Dame lineup for the annual game with Northwestern in the Irish stadium Saturday. Bob Kelly, outstanding Irish back, was reported responding to treatment for his leg injury, but It was considered doubtful that he would see atcion against the Wildcats. Joe Gasparella, second string quarterback, has been shifted to fuliback. i with Elmer Angsman, regular full, j moving to the right half Bpot. Young, Bray Doubtful - CHAMPAIGN, III. The "miseries'' struck the Illinois campus today with reports that Claude "Buddy" Young and Eddie Bray, fleetest of the Illini backs, may not be able to play against Ohio State In the Big Ten's football headliner at Cleveland Saturday. Young injured lis ankle in the Michigan game and Bray aggravated an old Injury. Coach Bay Eliot announced that Bray's participation was "extremely doubtful" and that Young would be used only on offense "If at all." Monday to Mark Official Start Of 6th War Loan (Continued from Page One) signed to firms were made by H. S. Call, Faroco s Art. Jewelry, Inc. and the C. Columbus Co-Operative. Vermillion County's is $220,420.-00. This Ib broken down in Township Quotas as follows: Clinton, $37,317; Hell. 79,043; Vermillion, $15, 165; Eugene, $22,-08B; Highland, $r,(,809. about it! . . . knowing that the best is going to ourmenoverseas. And from where I sit, the most important thing of all Isn't rationed. That's the Spirit ot Thanksgiving! Today-as the lights are going on again all over the world-therc's more of It than ever'. And more cause (or it as the powers of darkness yield to freedom, tolerance, and human kindncssl Copyright, 1044, lirtwing Indlutry I nundation (Continued from page 1) the Yamashita line 'was practically severed today following a double encircling move by Yanks of the twenty-fourth division, who now stand behind and in front of a reinforced Japanese regiment which faces anni hilation The broad encircling drive around tlio enemy flank, placed the American infantrymen in the rear of ad- Cavalry Division scores uains Elements of the first cavalry di vision, Bweeplng toward the Ormoc corridor through the hills to the east, scored gains west and southwest of captured Jaro to seize three strategic heights known as Hills 4047, 4018 and ,Mt. Namban. While the battle raged In the north, leading elements of the seventh division reached a point ten miles south of Ormoc after smashing back a sharp Jap counter-onslaught at the village of Balogo. Fifty percent casualties were inflicted on the Japs before they with drew. Cayuga Ked Cross Appeals ' For Aid in Workrooms The supply of gauze is exhausted at the Red Cross work room In Cayuga and according to information received by Harold O'Donnell, county Red Cross chairman, hand work 4s not likely to be resumed - at that work room before March 1. ' The sewing program which Is conducted by the local Ked Cross cliap- FARMERS PRIDE a jsf I.' COFFEE TRUEbAMERCAN E-Z BAKE WISE HOUSEWIVES KHOW THAT IT PAYS TO BUY $5, Tennessee Valloy S. S. and Tennessee Valley Ladies Aid. Hclt Township , total $1197.65. $6, Curry Elwell. ' $5, Henry Wall, Maxlne Gosnell, June Slmmerman, Charles Stacho-kas, Alice Blanlon, Mr. and Mrs. Watts, Mrs. Hardesty, and Liuzlc Former. $3, Oscar Wilson, Joaio Howard. Lawrence Thome, Wlllard Mayes, Elmer Swinford, Mrs. Swlnford, Mrs. Noakes, Earl Woolf, John Band, George Smith, Homer McBride, Herman Kutch, Jolly Birthday Club, Norman Popello, Eleanor Plnson, Charles Draper, Elmer King, Frank Brnhard, Vernon Rambole, and Mrs. Sadie Stultz. $1.65, Hillsdale High School. NEWPORT, Ind. Vermillion township lacks only about $200 to meet their War Fund Drive quota of -1,350, John C. Plckell, county co-chairman of the drive, announced this weeje. Even though the drive was to have ended the last of October, donations are still coming in and part of the country homes in the township have not as yet been canvassed, lie said. It is hoped that when this is done, enough donations will have been turned in to make the quota. More donations were turned in this week to Mr. Pickell from New port residents who work at the Wabash River Ordnance Works. I These persons gave a days wages to the drive. 1 Donations include; $23. Newport F. & A. M. and Dr. J. L. Sanders and wife; $20, Mr. and Mrs. Verner Van Vliet; $10, Belle Hegarty, Mary Josephine Hegarty, Maurice Hegarty, , and Wilson Dwiggins' store and family; $5, Mrs. J. N. Jones. Fultz Hardware, B. I. Pavey Abstract Office, Marathon Filling Station, Mr., and Mrs. Homer Ingram, J. N. Jones. Lou Newlin and t'lendora Sherili, I Mrs. Mont Coleman and .Mr. and Mrs. ! John Parke; $3, Thelma Burge; $2. 50, Darrel Brazeal; $2, Delphian Club: $1, Home Economics' Club, Harricon Restaurant, Patty Moore, Billy Wiggins, and Jimmy Doty; and 25 cents, Paul Hollingsworth. The list of donations from the WROW workers include; $10, Hes-ton Rumple; $7.10. Omar McMasters; !- Howard atewari ana namryn j- Sollars; $5. Claude Mor-an, Betty B. Barnes and C. R. Bush; between four and five dollars. Annalielln Spellman, Eva Unci- Krliey and Herbert Youmans; '., i. V :a Astou. Play Pre e : led By Cav J'a Drama Club Wednesday 'T I. ,isc From Vic." a brisk - ' r. -dy was presented Wednes- niug at the Cayuga High ', by members of the Dramatic d: : : ib of that school. This is the second in a aeries of playes presented by tills group, and I Basketball Scores INDIANA HIGH HCHOOL HASKKTHAU, WORKS Lebanon 27, I.apel 24. Wlngate 24, Wallace 22. Loogootne 31, Sholas 211. Veedesrburg 40, Kingman 18 ' Fulton 85. Star City 33. Clark's Hill 15, West Point 14 (Overtime). Knightstowii 33, Morton Memorial 25. Morrlstown 42, Franklin Town ship 34. Krankton 39. St. Mary's of An derson 3 1 . Jonesboro 39, Swectser 21. Eaton 40, Dunkirk 33. Jefferson Township, Grant Co., 33, Harrison Township. Delaware Co., 16. Prized Football To Go on Auction Block for Bonds INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Gridiron fans in Indiana and Illinois today began competing for a football autographed by the late Knute Rock-ne and members of his 1930 national championship Irish team. And the. contest winner will he sponsoring the greatest team of all times. Eugene C. Pulliam, state chair-ma nof the Indiana War Finance committee, announced that the football will go to the purchaser of the biggest amount of bonds before the Notre Dame-Northwestern game Saturday in Notre Dame Stadium. It was donated to the Treasury Department by a Chicago banker whose son, a co-pilot on a flying fortress, was killed over Germany. Fifty bench seats for the game, 20 on each side of the field, will be awarded to the first 50 purchasers of bonds with $10,000 or more value, Pulliam said. The seats were presented through a special arrangement with the University of Notre Dame. Bond purchasers for the ball or for seats may be made at any bank in Indiana or Illinois, where the bidders should have a letter of certification sent to sports departments of the South Bend Tribune or Chicago Tribune by midnight tomorrow. Cayuga Football Team is Honored At County Dinner A championship trophy was presented to Coach Otto Allbrlght of the Cayuga High School by county superintendent of schools, Fred Hayes, at a banquet for the football team of that high school Monday evening. The banquet was served by the home economics class directed by Miss Hazel Wilson. Mr. Hayes presided at the dinner. During the evening vocal solos were given by Jerry Winters, Shirley Layman, Carl Hinkle. Charles rH orf iriovH iwor. Several piano selections were piayea uy coach Ed Stuteville of Attica. Brief talks were given by Coach Albright, assistant coach, John Crick; trustee of Eugene township. Lane Clark; Rev. George Exstrom who is pastor of the Presbyterian Church; Willard White. Dr. A. L. Allbright. Walter Dickerson and Harold McGloBson. Charles Ellis, captain of the team, also gave a short talk. Members of the football squad this vear were: RoftVrt Wllhite, Charles Ellis, Don Julian. Richard Lyday, Dale Let'laire, James Simp- son, Raymond Peterson. Leor Brown, Joe Hughes, John i.am Darrol Kuhns, Herbert Mil Jack Dickerson, Donald Gayl' tliur Brown, Donald W ood les Donald. Virgil four: Potter. Jerry Stark, ? and Tom Bennett, is manager of the Hudson Newport Timers To Meet . Lebanon Crew November 17 Tie- Newport High School basket-bull schedule lor the rest of thiB yi-.ir and the beginning or 1S45 was r ceiitly released by John C. Pickell, principal. The scliidule Includes games Willi: Nov 17. West Lebanon, there; Nov. I'errysville. there; Nov. 28. Cliiiliili. here; Dec. 1, Hillsdale, lu re; l-c. 15. 1'errysMlle. here; aud Dee. 22. West Lebanon, here. Beginning with the new year, the team will play its lirst iauie on Jan. 5 wilh St. B-rn: i. ihere: Jan. 12. Cayuga. h"ie, Jau. 1 to 2. M- ndol .! ( ooncejlo QUALITY! 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Use CLIXTOX PURE MILK every day. day. i The cast was as follows: Vic An- dres by Hilly Kinner; Shirley Andrews, Jerry Winter; Jlrs. Andrews,' Doris Davis; Blaine Duncan, Leo Brown; Louise Clavin, Shirley Lay-: man; Mr. James, Don Duncan. The second comedy to be present-' ed by the club that evening was "Junior's MouBtache." a story of a Btory of a 16 year old who attempted to grow a moustache to win his latest heart-throb. The characters in the play were: Junior Dean, David Kllitt: Ann Dean, Milicent King; Mrs. Dean, Jacqueline Hathaway; Henry Dean, Itobert Dickerson; Too-kle, Barbara Curtis; Kiuma Karley. ll-irln:a Hack; and Kichard, Karl B. f -. I Three entertaining playlets were presented by the following: "The Passing of Bruno." by Billy Isaac, Billy Kilgore and Gene Witsman. l-eeave 11 lO motlier, uj nun, Hathaway. Charles Donald and Co-ralea McCane. "No Visitors Allowed." by Barbara Carter, Alice Hayrc and Malissa Simpson. 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