The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 20, 1944 · Page 3
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

Clinton, Indiana
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Monday, November 20, 1944
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Pag Three THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Monday, November 20, 1944. Ernest Wcatherholt, 777,4 89. Attorney General James A. Km- mert. 856,730; Hubert K. Wlkens, Virginia VanSant, Cayuga Weds In South Carolina Virginia VanSant of Cayuga, only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Pearl VanSant was married to Sgt. ui,rr H. Reeves of El Paso, Tex. j Clinton Social Notes 776,998. Malaii l-ead High Supt. of Public Instruction Dr. C. T. Malan, 855,867; Robert B. Monday Auxiliary. Mrs. Roy New US Landing Cuts Jap Air Spotting Station (Continued from Page One) James, 834 Elm street, 7:30 p. m. Hougham, 777,221. recently In South Carol'na. Linda Beard Observes Third Birth Anniversary i inH loan Reard was the honor- Tuesoay Minnehaha Club, at the hall, 7:38 p. m. Mothers Leisure Club, regular meeting, Mrs. H. B. Miller 914 Elm street, 7:30 p. in. Golden Star Club, Mrs. Mary Ar a noRt at a narty given Friday evening at the home of her par Reporter of Supreme ana Appei-late Courts Mrs. Fern Norris, 853,243; Mrs. Clara Ward, 777,974. Judge of Supreme Court, First District Frank E. Gllkison, 855, 271; John W. Haumunk, 777,421. Judge of Supreme Court. Third District Howard S. Young, 856,-123; H. Nathan Swain, 777.421. Judge of Supreme Court, Fifth District Oliver Starr, 1(04,291; Michael L. Kansler ,777,886. I...!,.., ,,f Amu'ihite Court. First ents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest L,. Heara of 257 Casey Avenue in honor of her third birthday anniversary. cher, 7:30 p. m. Delphians meet with Miss uorouiy Devonald. Main Street, with Mrs. said that 1,133 Americans have been killed, 4,432, have been wounded and 126 are missing, and added that the Japanese casualty figures did not Include some 7,000 Jap troops lost aboard a convoy which American forces annihilated several days ago when It attempted to enter Those attending were lona iee, uaiiv inn rarolvn and Bllle Beard, Sgt. Reeves Is now siauonea a Camp Lejeune, N. C. He returned to the states In July after being overseas 30 months serving with the U. S. Marine Corps. Uuth Godwin, Fairvlew Park Clinton, has enrolled in DePauw University's winter semester at Greencas-tle, Ind. which opened this month and is one of approximately 1475 students now on the campus, according to Veneta J. Kunter, registrar. Ruth Is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. John Godwin. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel McFarland of Mattoon spent the week end visit-ip. rciottvM and friends. Mrs. Mc Official CO. P. Pluralities In Election Given INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. With the announcement of official results of Indiana balloting for state offices today by Rue J. Alexander, secretary of slate, the Republican plurality over Democratic opponents appeared to range in the 70,000 bracket except for offices of governor, united senator long term, and short term. The G. O. P. already had been conceded the victory In all cases on the basis of unofficial tabulations. 1iHM-iwH Iead 21,72:1 Homer E. Capehart polled 829,-489 votes, a lead of 21.723 over Gov. Henry F. Schricker for the office of long term senator, the state canvassing board total showed. The margin by which Ralph F. Gates defeated his Democratic opponent. United States Senator Samuel D. Jackson, for the office of governor was 46,581, with Gates receiving 849.346 votes. The 81,833-plurallty by which William E. Jenner defeated Cornelius O'Brien for the short term sen-atorship was tabulated earlier to enable the junior senator to take his seat. Bertha Folti as hostess. Haro'd Loyd Hammond, Blllle Gene Universal PTA meet at the scnooi-house at 7:30 p. m. Mr. Foulke of c, cioM will show a movie. He rfUU,,-. . !-,' District Frank Hamilton, 854,- Ormoc Bay. and Roberta Ann Fiscus, Ruth Ramsey, Larry Max Beard and Wanda and Denny Hoggatt. Refreshments of cake and ice cream were served with small crepe o- bankets filled with candy be will present the charter to the boy The Jap casualty figures, the spokesman said, did not include enemy naval personnel killed during 180; Warren W. Martin, vis.zov. Judge of Appellate Court, Second District Dan C. Flanagan, 854,-561; Frank B. Russell, 777,914. scouts. Clinton Township Home Ec Club meet at the home of Mrs. Vernon Cluder at 1:30 p. m. with Mrs. jhovlda rMnripr assisting. earlier naval-convoy battles. ing given as favors. The prize went to Billle Gene Fiscus. Tinna Joan received many nice gifts and her birthday wish was that Farland was the former Miss Mary L. Kay. a Mrs. John Chuckman of Chicago vidij her narents. Mr. and Mrs. Delta Theta Tau Regular In Half-Century Club, 7:45. Wednesday White Heather Circle, Mrs. Burnside, South Seventh street. Fired in Field Figures show that, in normal times, 88 per cent of the shotgun shells produced are fired in the field. The remaining 12 per cent are shot at the traps or in the sport of skeet. rt tko R nr rent shot in the field. her daddy, who is serving wan me Army in New Guinea, might come home soon. William Mcintosh of 61S Elm street over the week end. s-alrvlew Park Home Economics j the rabbit attracts 29.6 per cent of Club, Mrs. Roscoe Walker, 1:45 p. Gloria Lee McCurdy Observes Seventh Birth Anniversary Klevrt Guests Attend 1'arty Given Saturday Afternoon At Tlie Home of Sliu. Richard McTury, South hivlti Street. Mrs. Richard McCurdy entertained Saturday afternoon at her home, 337 South Sixth street, with a birthday party In honor of her daughter, Gloria Lee's seventh birthday. Eleven young guests were present, with regrets received from three. Games were played during the afternoon, with prizes going to Ann Gerrish and Jonnie Oottrell. Refreshments of birthday cake, Ice-cream and chocolate milk were served at a long table in the dining room, decorated with fall colors, and centered with a lovely bouquet of chrysanthemums. Favors were given to the children present. Gloria Lee received many nice gifts. Those present were Kay Malone, Gayla Malone, Norma Jean Seaback, Ann Gerrish, Dorothy Ann Wlison, Penny Lanning, Nancy Lee Cheek, Mickey' Moore, Jonnie Cottrell, George Carey, Dickie Schelsky, David' Berto, Kenny Dale Jared, and the honor guest, Gloria Lee. Regrets were received from Wyn-netta Sue Staats, Alice Wynn Staats and Mona Carol Wake. Mrs. McCurdy was assisted by Mrs. Dale Jared. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Carlin. Mrs. Henry Paloncy, Miss Merle Carlin, and Robert Stone attended the Son-ja Henle Ice Revue at the Coliseum in Indianapolis Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Max Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ahlemeyer were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford of Terre Haute at the Shrine Country Club. Other Of filial Tabulation Other official tabulations showing vanna Business meeting at Despite the heavy casualties inflicted, the frantic Japs continued to fight viciously to maintain their hold on Ormoc and Ormoc Bay, lying on the northwest coast of Leyte. The Yankees have clamped a block on the Ormoc road, cutting off reinforcements to the doome4 Japs in Ormoc Itself, while in the Limon sector of the same salient the Japs have attempted a number of furious counter attackB against the American troops, all of which were sharply repulsed In hand to hand combat. A bird's eye view of the bloody battle would show elements of the 24th Infantry Division pressing down from the north of the island towards Ormoc Bay, the 6th Division hammering from the east over the mountains in the central portion of the island, the Seventh Infantry pushing up from the south the composite sportsman s fire, more than double that of his nearest competitor, the squirrel. fjJipsr EX'1 1 home of Miss Elise Meyer, 332 Elm Street. 8 p. m. St. Bernice PTA Meeting Held At School Friday A large crowd attended the St. Bernice P. T. A. meeting held Thursday evening. The meeting was opened by singing "The Star Spangled Banner" and giving the Salute to the Flag followed by prayer given by Belva Skidmore. After the business session, the meeting was turned over to Juani-ta Hunter, chairman of the program .nmmittee. Belva Skidmore gave an Idle Wile Club, Mrs. Guy Harri Congress Action Looms in Postwar Public Works Bill (Continued From Fair H son, I p. m. the lead of the Republican nominee over his Democratic opponent to he in the 70,000s are: Lieutenant- Governor Richard T. James 853,417; Floyd Hemnier, 781,303. Secretary of State Rue J. Alexander, 853,279; Charles F. Fleming, 779,619. Auditor A. V. Burch. 854,183; Friday Tnh' Daurhters. inspection. 7:30 p. m. Dinner at the Methodist rhnr-h s sn n. m. Master Masons and Eastern Stars are invited. Any ready approved by the senater and interesting talk on "Thanksgiving." one wishing to attend the dinner call Peg Helms, 622-J by Wednes a compromise will probably oe worn, cii out in conference committee Several selections were sung uy June Woolf, Belva Skidmore and day. Dorothy Travis, accompanied by and the First Cavalry and Jzna infantry hitting from the north-central portion into the Ormoc corri Clinton Township Farm Bureau, 8 p. m. at the Crompton Hill school-house. Bring a pie. Both bills provide that federal grants are to be matched by the states, with a few exceptions. The flood control and rivers and harbors bills have already been approved by the house. dor. DR. O. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For Those Who Need Them The whole battle is being fought in wnmt noKsihle weather, tor CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY Robert Eugene Wells celebrated rential tropical rainstorms which his seventh birthday anniversary at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Phone 179 CIJNTOV, IND. 248 liuvkmau St. Wells of Centenary recently. Seventeen children and ten adults Leona King. The meeting closed with a prayer. Thanksgiving Program Held Friday At Jacksonville Approximately 160 people attended the Thanksgiving program held at Jacksonville Friday evening. M. J. Peterson, county agent, gave a Bhort talk on the pictures shown during the evening. "Bill of Rights" and "Anchors Aweight" were the pictures shown. Mrs. Stickle was In charge of the program and short business meeting. Refreshments were served later in the evening. Mm flora Faster of 258 North Watchdog Over Fund WASHINGTON, D. C. Congress was urged today to create a legislative watchdog to scrutinize the expenditure of funds by thhe President and executive agencies of the government. The house committee to investigate executive agencies introduced attended the birthday party. Games were played and delicious refreshments of ice cream, cake and candy : ! were served. Robert Eugene received several have turned the terrain Into gluey quagmires. Meanwhile, as the hard hitting Yankee assault troops pushed the desperate Japs farther back into the Ormoc pocket, American aircraft ranged over the entire Southwest Pacific and southern Pilippine areas staging damaging raids against Jap bases. Light IT. S. naval craft also kept, up their part in the battle for the island by contiunally interrupting Japanese attempts to land troops and supplies in Ormoc from neighboring islands. Atutfuuicemetit . nice gifts. ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP J87 North 7th Bt. PHONE 184-W PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT OSRITAL 9 We Have Been Appointed Distributors For The Nationally Known Third street who was recently dis legislation for a joint appropriations group of the house and senate to study J,the manner in which the executive branch of the government spends the fund appropriated by congress." A bill unanimously endorsed by all seven members of the committee, of which Rep. Smith D) Va., is chairman, provided also for (1) a joint legislative staff of experts whose services would be available REVL IS missed from the KoDert Hospital will return to Gary with her daughter, Mrs. Roy Peak, for an extended visit. Pfc. and Mrs. Marvin A. Keown are spending his fourteen day furlough here from Camp Butner, N. C. Miss Ialene Jean Thomas spent the week end in Chicago as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Davitto. MONUMENTS 0 A Complete Line For Service Drop Us A Card E. W. Walsh Monument Co. 2114 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indiana Miss Stella Bennett, Montezuma, was admitted to the Vermillion county hospital Thursday, Nov. 16, as a medical case. Mrs. Mary Oakes, Chicago; Mrs. Alma Robbins, route three: and Mrs. Agnes Hesser and baby of Wallace, Indiana were dismissed from the county hospital Saturday. Quick, 4-wayreliefiiom PA( tfg&'J acidindtgesiion.440zs. VV to all congressional committees, (2) a joint house-senate committee to study ways and means of "streamlining" congressional procedure and (3) a permanent investigatory committee of the house and senate to check executive agencies and procedures. f Traffic Tickets Given In Two Violations Traffice tickets were issued to Dil-burt Wright and Marshall Hughs, Nail Preparations Face Powder Cheek Stick Lipstick A Complete Line of All Shades 0 mm Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clark are the parents of a baby boy born Saturday at 1569 South Fourth street. The infant weighed ten pounds twelve ounces and has been named T,arrv Earl. Relief At Last. For Your Cough 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 Saturday, Nov. 18. Wright and Hughs were fined $1 and cost for failure to stop at stop signs on State Road 63 and on Main and Vine Sreets in Clinton, city police reported today. They were arrested by Indiana Mr. and Mrs. Morrison Greenlee arc the nnrents of a babv girl born are W) nave your muiiey wtit. Friday, Nov. 17. The infant weighed State Police and tried by Justice of six pounds 8 ounces and was named Delores Elaine. Peace F. C. Guinn. Fa fnuohc f!h:t Colds. Bronchitis I AAi4i44MWMW I t. :..f Al US-fc w f 1 2 1 . j i" : 'T I ml 'tft BUY WAR BONDS MORE LEISURE TIME DMVf.r.COO WITh if FIRST - - . : YOUR SUIT AND COAT NEEDS NEXT I jBr'Z&'ZttVZS?' Ill FROM OUR VERY FINE 1 1 LJ t SHOWING I 1 I ' - s PaOSEfJilATTS : iv oeeooeooo

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