The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 17, 1944 · Page 2
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Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, November 17, 1944
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frl.l.i.v. NWmlir-r IT. mil. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN IfageTwo FINALE FOR DITCH STAND Three Perrysville Couples Observe Clinton's Past, Future Mining Operations Told (Continued uom page 1) Anniversaries During Past Week but it was done and might be done again." Three Veins Workable He called attention to the fact that the Third vein, a fine 6-foot vein of steam coal, is almost untouched and that plenty of Fifth and some Fourth vein coal remains. At the present time, he said, a movement is on foot to open new deep slope mines in this field. A report on the possibility of a government' - owned experimental synthetic gasoline plant in this field as heard and Mr. Stultz and H. S. Call is behalf of the Exchange club, io-operatn with tbo Clinton Commercial Club on the project. Clinton was first called to the government's attention as possible location in a telegram sent In by Mr. Call in behal fof the Exchange club, and government inspectors were here recently studying a proposed site Just south Qf this city. Lieut, (j. g.) Tony Berto, former Clinton high school grid star, now in the amphibious forces, spoke briefly, telling of the types of craft used in these operations. New ships are now being turned out which have never seen combat, he said and he predicted a long war before Japan finally surrenders. Classiped Ads Sell Most Anvthing 1-- I v- THIS IS HOW Yank fighters rout out Jap snipers who choose to make a lost-ditch stand rather than surrender Flame-throwing amphibious tractor at the right has released a blast against an encmy-in-feted cave on Peleliu. As black smoke pours out, Marine sharpshooters move In for the kill ready to shoot the Japs if they try to break out or to wipe them out with grenades or TNT 1( they remain inside the burning cavern. This is an official United States Navy photograph, (International) THE I3AUGHMAN MARVEL MODEL LIME AND MATERIAL SPREADER The eusU-3t running sprondr on the market. "A Farm Labor Snvt-r" operated Ly oni man from truck rab. Sprcadi dry or damp lime Jirecl from siix-k pile or bin. Patented vibrator assures uniform results. Can be mounted uit r&irA u , K f if GREASING ?s!!ssi Bring your car to US, EVERY snueak and The Rev. J. O. Wliilson, paslor of llie Methodist Church announces n series of meetings to siart liere on Sunday Nov. 26. There will tie services both at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 1. m. on that dale, then eacli evening during the week at 7: SO p. ni. The Rev. E. T. Wiles filled his regular appointment at the Eugene Methodist Church. Sunday. The Rev. Willard Miller, pastor of the U. B. Church here, is conducting a two weeks series of meetings at Independence, hid., where he is also the paslor. Mrs. Gladys Pronty and Mrs. Bertha Denlove of Danville, ill. spent Sunday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ishmael Owens. Mr. and Mrs. Elilon Johnson were in Veedersburg Sunday visiting the latter's mother and sister. Mrs. (iol-dia Newnum and daughter K.nvu-eil. Mr. and Mrs. William Drake had as dinner guests Sunday. Clifford Koss, wife and children and the Rev. Willard Miller. Mrs. Willard .Miller and two mall sons accompanied by another on Homer I,. Miller, wile and son of Frankfort, hid. spent a lew days near Vandalia. Mo. guesis of Mrs. Miller's daughter and also her par ents, returning 1" ' Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hui'fman, Danville were Sunday guests of Mrs. Emma Naif. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brmnmett snd Mrs. Ryard Swisher called Saturday on John Cook, who was badly injured about two weeks ago liilh a combine. Mr. Cook is improving very slowly. He is si ill confined to his bed in the home or their Son-in-law, I.eltoy Crowder. south of Covington. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Gelbink were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Ray-burn Gelbink and little daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Russell l'atlon and daughter, near llenson were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Smith. Mrs. George Smith, CVnington. R. R. oalled on Mrs. Eva Jarett Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hodges spent Sunday in Martinsville. 111. with the farmer's mother. Mrs. Emma Hodges and siBter, Mrs. Oscar Cooper. Mrs. Gleson Smith entertained Iter Bister, Mrs. Ernest Roper of Kingman. Ind. on Sunday. A letter from Pfc. Sam Smith to his parents slaleB he is recovering very nicely from wounds he received in combat in Germany. I'fc. Smith is still in a French hospital with arm and head injuries. Mr. Angelmyer. for many years a resident of Fountain county, a short distance from here, has purchased the George Jackson name on. .west TfTrst DANCE Sponsored Hy I,oilge t Stanford, Ind. OI,l FASHIONED Ml SIC Perona's Hall SAT., NOV. 18 Admission U."e relieve coughing of chest eeuis .Whenever the Quintuplets catch ccM 'thair chests, throats and backs rerulibcrt with Muslerule. So Mirtcrole mit be . just shout t he best cold-reiief you can buy! - Musterole helps break up bx-al con-vevtion in upper bronchial tract,, nmlies breathing easier, promptly relieves ciiukii-Ing snd tight. Bore, uchins chet miw les ' due to colds. In 3 Strengths: Children's Aluo, xteguiar, anu cMra circuit. J ' -i. C KbW Paaturr Srntfl.-sta All RlfhU MrfH. HOW QUINTUPLETS i Green street and moved his family here u lew (lays ago. The W. S. C. S. held their regular monthly meeting Tuesday afternoon at I he church. Mrs. Maude Jesters group giving the program. The next meeting will be the regular quarterly social hour, given alter close of the regular meeting, ohostesses being those whose birthday occur during this quarter. Mrs. Charles Jackson spent a few days last week with relatives In In-dianapoliB. Mr. and Mrs. n. 1). Hughes of Gary. hid. spent Thursday night here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Dert Leach have gone lo Florida to spend the winter. They drove through in their trailer and expected to make a several days stop in Hot Springs. John Goff and wife have moved into the porperty on slate road 32. they recently bought of James Carter, who has moved to Danville, 111. Mrs. Grace Johnson and Mrs. Max-ine Wilson spent Thursday visiting with friends and relatives in Veedersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lewis accom-nonierl hv Mrs. Edward George at- I tended the Wacaravan program, giv-len at the Danville, 111. high school Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sollars were Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Johnson. C. V. Jones, Georgetown was a Friday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Guy-Lewis. Burlln. Covington, is spending a short time with her mother. Mrs. Chas. Gouty, iter nus-band Stanley Hurlin, Pharmacist 2e. is expecting to leave the states again this week. .Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. McElwaln observed their Both wedding anniversary, at their home last week. Andrew G. McElwain and Anna Wan-natta. both natives of Illinois were married in Potomac, 111., Nov. 7. 18811. After living 35 years in Illinois, they purchased a farm on state road 113 south of here living there 18 years before coming to Perrysville. where they have now resided for nearly five years. They were the parents of three children, only one now living. She is Mrs. Emma Towner, west of Eugene. The McEirain's have two grandsons, Wilbur Evans, Danville. 111. and Glenn C. Towner Seaman 1c Newport. R. I. Mr. McElwain is a retired carpenter. He is a member of I. O. O. F. Mrs. McElwain is a Rebekah and both are j members of the r. B. church. I The following women met with I Mrs. M. M. Anderson Thursday af-Iternoon and made 24 bedside bags. I completing Perrysville quota. Effie Gebbink. Ethel Allen,- Mary Ross, ' Maude Jester, Jennie Adams and o..,.n,,o rtehhins. Several had gone to Cayuga on Tuesday when their quota of surgical dressings were almost completed. Perrysville women : have postponed their meeting until I material is received. The I'. B. Aid society met with Imi's. Glenn Morgan, and there were : eleven members and two guests pre-Isent. Miss Dorothy Caywood led the devotions and conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Ishmael Owens and Mrs. Willnrd Miller enrolled as 'new members. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by-Mrs. Lucille Sale and Mrs. William Morgan. Mr. and -Mrs. M. II. Anderson observed their 4Hth wedding anniversary. Thursday. They were married at the 1'- B. parsonage in Perrysville on Nov. 9. 1K9X. They have liv-..,1 in lVrivsi ille Hi years, excepting J -1 months, lived in Cessie. Ind. Mr. Anderson is a retired railroad worker having spent 39 years with the C. (. E- L Both attend the Methodist Church in Perrysville. Mr. Andersen is a Knight of Pythias and Mrs. Anderson is a Royal Neighbor of America. Mrs. Donald Hall was pleasantly surprised on Friday evening. Nov. loth, it being hf-r birthday anniversary and a number of friends called lo help her observe it. Those present Were: Mi- anil Mrs. Chas. Sigler Mr Mheri Kraut and children. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Philipol and daughter ail or Veedersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sigler and son of Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Johnson. Mrs. Paul Bowman and son. Mrs. Clarence V.'ilson and daughter. Mrs. Vir-Lil Sollars and children, Mrs. Olive Jon and . Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hall. Mr. Mrs. Leonard Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crowder. Mr. and Mrs. William .Morgan observed their Jrith wedding annivei- 3C Our modern way means thoroughly done, Assuring miles of carefree run. FECK'S TEXACO STATION UAH - OIL - (.ItKASlMi - I l,( AMZIXCi - lllit'AI'S '. Sen. 'Cottoned' Smith Dean of U.S. Senate, Dies in S. Carolina (Continued from pagt 1) ISlltl on llie liu''l III 111"" b"'H Weevil and foimhl ihroimli hi" K'Hiii'"" In office for liluher iili'i' for colliiu mid other farm pi'imIih'I". Anti-New lenl Lender Following bin itereiil for reniiiiil-natlon this year, foiiim Mil took n leading rob' in flKhiluii a fi.urili term for l'r.'nld.'iit Hiioxnvelt and organized nil iinll-Ni'W Deal farm group. Smith, fiimoii" f'.r hi" walrush mustache anil IiIk black hiring Hi. ! once was marked dow n by l'l'i'sldi'iit j Hoosevell to be "purged." and he I recalled Ihe day of hln reelection In !l9HS despite pri'slileillllil i...oltloil one of tho happiest In bin life. Wains AguliiKt I'nvtei'i Uefore Ills deiilh, be fi'i'iiielilly warned Congress against itl vtnir j more powers to the President. In August of 19 12 Smith miiniiii'rt up conditions as follows: I "We are In a hell of a mess, right, .smack dab in Ihe middle of it Jackass age." i There's NEWS in tho Ads. MONUMENTS 9 A V plete Line 0 For Service Prop L's A Card E. W. Walsh Monument Co. WiiI.iinIi Ave. Terre Haute, Indian any make truck. Can bp uwd for hauling und unloading pea gravel, uloki-r coul, t'tc. Ntw und uied bpreadera for sale. Allied Truck Equipment, Inc. ,'ISIO K. 111th Street Initiauuiiolis 7, I.i'l. See Peck's TexacoSta. 12U no. main m. say "grease" groan will cease, HUNTING TIME AGAIN Red Head HUNTING COATS S5.50 SHELL VESTS good quality SI. 4 Clinton, Ind. JAPS MAKING LAST NEWS OF MEN IN THE SERVICE (Continued bom page 1) ami the Anio beachhead campaigns with the First Armored Division, After spending 21 days at home, lie ttil! return to Miami Beach, Fla. T-:t John Vietll has returned to Ft. Knox. Ky. after spending three days with his family. Mrs. Vietti has two other sons in service. I'fc. .Mike at McDill.. Fla. and IM'c. Victor stationed at Camp Wheeler, tin. F.S.A.-Staff Sgt. Anthony It. .Ymijokuit-is, formerly of Clinton, is now serving with t lie army some w hero in England. U.S.A. NEWS OF NEWPORT MEN IN SERVICE Private Arley Downs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Downs, former prominent farmers of this township, is reported to have been wouuded in action in France. Pvt. Downs is with General Fulton's f ifi-ces in that country. His brother, Private First Class Lowell Downs is also with Patton's Army In France. Hath boys attended Newport Higli School and were well known in this communitv. U.S.A. Clarence Gressiuire. ; apprentice seaman, son of Ml';1ind Mrs. Clifford Gressmire of Newport is now stationed at the naval training center at Great Lakes, 111. His address is A. S. Clarence Gressmire. Co. 0J5, U. S. Naval Training Station, Groat. Lakes. 111. Voting Gressmire told his parents in a letter home that the movie star. Jackie Cooper, was in the same outfit, as he was. ! U.S.A. Private KoheVt Nixon, son of Mr. 1 and Mrs. II. H. Nixon of Newport, is! now stationed at a base somewhere Jin southern France according to a; letter received by his parents last k. Pvt. Nuon is in the Infantry.) U.S.A. Seaman first class Donald ('. Kieh-; ards lias returned to his luise at ! Jacksonville. Fla., after spending aj ten day leave with his parents. Mr. 1 and .Mrs. Wardie Kichards and j family. U.S.A. I Ensign Herbert A. Youmans and i ivli'e and sou spent several days last j week with Ensk-n Youmans parents, Mr. and -Mrs. Herbert H. Youmans i of Newport. When his leave is completed. Ensign Youmans will leave j for San Diego. Calif. ; j Classified Ads Sell Most Anvthing -' " i " " Dropped by NEC UPTON CLOSE, hbove, veteran radio news commentator, is being" forced off the National Broadcasting Co. network by what he terms pressure from "certain radical anl Communistic elements," according to a statement n;a'.c in Memphis. Trnn. Close j-aid NBC had served notice on his Sunday afternoon sponsor that "it will no longer sell them time if I ani not dropped-" His contract runs into pctcuiber, (Jntez national 1 5T--H 1A - T. i irrl Til T Ta 9 H Newport Library Board Holds Monthly Meeting .." Fle nienibeiH of the Library Hoard moi Tuesday In the Newport I'ublie Library lor Iheip regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Wilmu Lewis, president of the board, presided at Ihe business f i ting, and Mrs. V. G. Parrel 1. tlil (lailaii I'.'ad tlx' monthly ifiiorl. AminliiiK In Mm. I'uni'lt ul llii' llcflMlllllU i.r Ihe llllllllll of Ooiubor llli'l'l' WIT.' III.IMII Milutnrs ill lilt' library. IMirliiK lh inuiiih 15 were aildcil by piireliaMe niul nine were wlilidrawn, nialilni! the Intel number of volume III II nd of the month, in. 04.). Tlie library wim open 25 days during October and Ihe inmiibly oil-dilution was H.7KS. The dally clrcula-liotl wan 112 Willi I be lolal luiuilier of borrowers reidtilered durliiK that nioiiili. 11.7'iTi. MeinheiK pri'Menl a! the meeting w, re. Mrs. I.ewK Mih. Dora llar- ger. Mr. Nell Wall, all of .ewporl. anil .Mia. tierirude llonwi'll and .Mrs. Dorothy Klder. both of Dana. lere's Why Guaranteed NATIONAL BATTERIES ,25 p .Metal BOXES Illll tim It's "The Place To Buy1 Don't Walt Until It's Too Late To Protect Your Car Warm days can't last. Any morning now, winter will strike iu earnest. Be ready! SPECIAL WHILE IT LASTS RADIATOR ALCOHOL gal. Bring Your Own Container sary at the home on Wednesday. William Morgan and Nora Whyde were married in Perrysville Nov. 8. 1800 and soon went to the rami, where they have since been engaged in farming, excepting a short lime that Mr. .Morgan conducted a general store in the Standard Building In Perrysville'. They both received their education in the perrysville schools. They had rive children, two girls, which died in early childhood leaving them Willi three sons. Harold Morlli of Rileysburg, Glenn in Perrysville and Vernon at home. Mrs. Morgan is a member of the V. B. Church, being a very active nienibr r or t heir aid society. The Junior Cluss of Perrysville High School will present "Aunt Sanianthy Rules the Roost" on Nov. 18th. at 8:(i0 p. ill. The cast is r.s follows: Aunt Sanianthy Kiiupklns, an old maid, Leah Xearpar.n; Sophie I Simpliins. her younger niece, Doris Jones: Polly Paine, Simpkins maid. Jean Haiina; Annie Ambrose, the village dressmaker. Helen Moudy: Blanche Bowers, a woman of very few words, Martha Lawson; Lucien Litth-rield. a farmer. James Smith: Blair Boswell, who likes Serena, Everett Wilson: Frank Fairfield, .W-bo likes Sophie. George Metier; Lawrence Lonewell. a stranger; El-roy Mycroft; Buddy Baskins. the grocery boy. Bobby Byrd; Sen na Simpkins, Aunt Samanthas older niece, Kathleen Bare; Mrs. Edna Allen, director assisted by Gladys Hines. student director. Admlss'-jn 30 and 10 cents. u. ation gun Isle Is Completed M'nnriniiefl P "in Puee I) troops and supplies, by dive bomb ing Thunderbolt and Lightning j figlilers packing 5(Mt-pouiiri bombs j and deadly st rating fire. Li'sli .lap .Motor Pool Along i tie Calencia road 1 he fighters lathed at the Japs' big for ward motor pool, destroying "many dozens" of eliii'les. Japanese air activity for the see-con day was ineffectual, with only a I few 1'ighiens taking to the air and, these failed to do any bombing or. machine gunniiitr. Sniper Wounds I" S General As the bloody figtn for Or mot gradually neared its climax -head quarters announced that Brig. len. ClaudiaiiR Kasley, astdstant-roipman- der of the UHth Infantry Division, has been wounded. Creneral Kasley was hit by sniper fiie while units of his command were fighting their way towards a junction with the Twenty-fourth and Sevent h I man try Divisions at the Ormoc pocket. The !Kth has been fiuhting west- ward across t M'1 mountains in central Li 'yte, whib- t he '4t h is niov- intr down from faru-ara Hay and the Seventh is punching its wa;. I north towards "nunc from site Hay-j hay sector. i Alihonuh ihe torrential rains' slowed down the American drive to On:ioc. it was obvious that (f ueral j Mat-Arthur's trap was closing on the J em my. j Air rliily U Hlesprea! While t tie hard t itht inu ground troops battled for i nnoc. . widespread air ra ids were carried mit . Allied llil. Air patrols destroyed reuTul at t i drome, wliile m n.y freigl and boinite! Held. l':il;iu ;m Island l n i lie I Jul. I'.-rl plnllis i n I'rini.' iillii'is s:t 11 k ;i t oir I'anay tin- Z:nilnialiL small I l-land Proiluce at Right Time High-producing earjy-hatched pullets wili not only lay as Jurj;e a number of as hite pulkis dur ing t!ie fail anJ winter montiis but as hens tiiey will end their laying year by producing more eggs during the scasun of hiyri prices. I : Du Font's ZERONE sai. $1.40 Pre-War Quality HOT WATER HEATERS opi'e$16.95-S19.95 KITCHEN LIGHT UNIT complete $2.49 EE SHOP SERVICE ON Valves and Valve Seats PSSTON PINS and KING Bolts Fitted BRAKE DRUMS REGROUND BRAKE LINING INSTALLED TIRES AND TUBES VULCANIZED CLEAN COTTON DAILY CLINTONIAN TRAILER H ITCH wr-d cn.Piete$1 .49-$1 .9 8 STAATS AUTO SUPPLY CLINTON, INI). 3(!0 Sonth Main

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