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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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Tuesday, November 21, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Six Quaker WORK ON LEYTE BUSINESS SERVICES Mrs. Howard Smart and father, A. J. Walthall, were in Danville, III., Tuesday. Rev. and Mrs. Melvln Smith attended the Christian Teacher's Program held Friday at the Friend's Church In Newport. Mrs. Del Wyatt and Mrs. Everett Ingram and daughter, Carol and Connie, of near Raven, III., called on Ella Thompson and family Monday afternoon. Carolyn Cooke, of near Dana, is visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. 1). Cooke. Klmlna Canaday Ik visiting her niece, Mrs. Charles Mingeu and family at Tolono, III. Mrs. Howard Smart, A. J. and George Walthall, called on ICdith Davidson and Tamily at Hie Henderson Chapel Sundny aflernoon. Mrs. Robert Shields spent the week-end with Mrs. Myra Shields at Ridgefarm, 111. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Cooke and daughters, Alice and Carolyn, visited "Sunday afternoon witii Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cooke from near Dana. . w,i Promoted Potato Back in the time of Louis XVI an armed guard was stationed over a potato patch in France. Then at night the guard was withdrawn to encourage people to help themselves to thi3 forbidden vegetable. ARMY NURSES AT MEMBERS OF THE FIRST ARMY NURSE unit to arrive In the Philippines, Immediately after landing the 10 days after General Macarinuro iruupa I.. ' Halt, Idaho, and Lt. Nora Homelvig of Amidon, N. D., bandage a casualty on Leyte Island. cathedral. (International) Ammonium Nitrate Ammonium nitrate is an economical form of nitrogen fertilizer because it is concentrated and requires less labor, bagging, and expense in transportation than less concentrated fertilizer. It formerly caked badly, but now comes in pellet form which remains dry and easy to handle. Cut Poultry Losses Seventy million pounds of extra poultry meat was saved last year in the U. S. because farmers reduced their poultry losses by 3 per cent. LEG FAINS MAT BE DANGER SIGH Of Tired Kidneys If Yinr-iWhe Slid pnim are milking you niis-ra! ), duti't j'iit (f.iii;,i.iin ami do nothing uliijut them. JNiii tiro may bo warning yuu that your ifi'lniys ni-wi attention. 'J im Jd't iH-ys are Nature's chief way of taking cxwrS Hi-ilia and poimmoue wuale out of tho bltoHl. T!.f;y iiuip mot people puns about 4 pints a d;ty. 1 If the 15 miles of kidney tubee and fitters d'jn't work well, poiauiifJUr! wnuto matter utay in the iii.id. These puiijona may Blurt miKKiug ld:ku'-htt, rhcumutie pains, leg pains, l fin of pi.p and fciwrtsy, Kttiut( up nitfhla, swelling, puffings uixler tho eyes, headaches and dizai-jii-aa. i're'iucnt orticiiiity putwaKes with Bmurt-i i(r and hu ruing Hornet i uenHliUwa there ia something vraug v.ith your kidneys or bladder, Jion't wuitl Auk your druifKist for JJoud's Pills, U""d success uliy by iiiilliunn fur over 40 yinrs. They give happy r:!iff and will help the 15 mi Jew of kidney tubns flush out poinnn-vmt wuate from the blood. Get Doun a iJilis, TONITE FEATURE His Pals IL 9a FINAL TUE. 40c r jf " ljlm Color Cartoon jl '7kyW.frfe& "L,,,u il('iH The Birdie" 7Ulf&f0 , LATEST NEWS r MtifCK Oh Snorts THE PICTURES iG FUN Buy Mom l'"' " Q?eiiiMeoes9 fw ...and your heart FEMALE HELP WANTED SALESGIRL WANTED I M M E - diately. Please phone 639, or call in person at 460 North Ninth Street. Ability to do small amount of office work necessary. FOUND BLACK AND TAN HOUND DOG. Call 306 N. 3rd St; tl6x INSTBUCTION MECHANICALLY MINDED MEN look Into Refrigeration and Air Conditioning as a profitable future career. Write Utilities Inst. Box 442-U co Cllntonian. tl7x PUBLIC NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the Board of Commissioners of Vermillion County, Indiana will receive hiris ud to the hour of Two (2:00) P. M. on the 4th day of De-j cember, 1944, for tne louowing highway equipment: One new or used M cu. yard two drum two speed cableway hoist, complete with 20 HP electric motor 3 phase 60 cycle 220 volts and starter. One new or used 'k cu. yard cableway bucket and carrier complete with heavy duty traveler block and dump block and chains. Each bid muBt he accompanied by a bond, or bid bond in the sum of 1(1500.00. ; The Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any and all bids or lo purchase both or either one of the above mentioned Items. IRA J. CHURCH, Auditor Vermillion County, Indiana. 1114-2144. Solomons' Lizards The real prize among the lizards of the Solomons is the "prehistoric-tailed skink," a lizard some two feet In length, with the tail developed as a prehensile grasping organ to aid in locomotion in the trees. This lizard is found only in the Solomons. The largest lizard of the islands, the black and yellow monitor, is a more widespread type. Another large tree lizard has a crest of sharp spines on the back. Homemade Sickroom Aids To improvise an ice bag, tie the ends of a piece of inner tube securely; carefully sew up the sieeve of an old raincoat; or fold over the zippered edge of a vegetable bag. Bricks, flat irons, dutch oven lids, soap stones or bags of hot salt, cornmeal, or sand are substitutes for hot water bottles. It's always more convenient for a patient to drink from straws. They may be bought at grocery and drug stores. COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and 20c Gildersleeve's Ghost With Harold Peary Marion Martin PLUS HARRIGAN'S KID With Bobby Keadick Frank Craven THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c MADAME CURIE With Greer Garson Walter Pidgeon "Movie Pests" Pete Smith Specialty Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Firat da? Insertion: tie (or each reeding Una (one column line, like one of these). Next two dayi lBiertlon: the aame te charge (jou get three daya at double the coat ot the first day). Next three daya Insertion: the same la charge (you get a whole Keek five daya) at three times the aost of one insertion). Each group of three daya thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (like this) 10c pet line. All classified ads Including mem-orlams and notices ot all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts are paid monthly or those from organisations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the latter case the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment FOB BALK FOLDING I'HB-WAR BABY CAIl-rlage, laundry stove, 8 cups, alu-mlnal electric percolator, alumlnal fruit squeezer, lurne alumlnal waterless cooker with rack, dlnh drainer, No. 2 wash tub. 860 Neb-eker Street. tlfix ClirlKtnuM Card Designs are running low and many are being cun- u.i o.v .lui lln ran Htlll Hull- ply bojne wry nice irie with names linpi IhK'U, HUt DOTier urui-r .. today. Bee Hie ilrKigiiH still available at The Dally Clintoninn Office. CLINTON FURNACE HEATER, new bowl, A-l condition. 1367 South Eighth Street. Call 147-W. Also Florence boater at Floyd Williamson's. Rlanford, Ind. tic COL. 8678? DON'T EVER CHANOB, Wish You Were Waiting For .Me. fiinny Slmms, vocal. 50c plus tax. White's Pharmacy. ONE MOKE CIRCULATING HEAT-er. ?30. 1250 South Fifth Street, tl8x GEESE, EITHER DRESSED OR ON foot. Phone 1119-1, Omer Myers. tl8x LOMBAHDI APARTMENT BUILD-iug. Opposite Reals Grocery, 9th Street. Max Rosenblatt. tlS CAPON CHICKENS. LUCAS, TWO miles north of (i3. Phone 1035-1. tl7x HKH'X, ASY KIND YOU WANT. Clinton Auto Wrecking I'arls Co. Ernie's, Plume H, Clinton. HSU FIFTH" VEIN-COAL-CHARLIE It. Ferguson. Phone ltfti-W, t7-17-44 f SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE WITH furnace and bath. H. H. Wlsebait. tl7 HENS, FOUR TO SEVEN POUNDS, dressed If preferred. 1508 So. 9th. Street. tl7x R.C.A." EIGHT TUBE TABLE MOD-el radio. 425 North Ninth Street. tlCx WHITE PEKING DUCKS FOR Thanksgiving. Third house off Pike on North Fulton Streets, tl9 FIFTH VEIN COAL. ALSO BHA- tll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 13U-W. t 7-17-44 f TURKEYS. MADALYN NORA, route three, Klondyke. tl8 (Tl R C U lXtcTr-HEATER-759 North 8tli Street. t22x TURKEYS. MRS. LOUISE BORASO, Geneva Roard. t!7x HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Sycamore Street. 8 3 8 FIFTH WHEEL CHEAP. 838 SYCA-niore Street. tl7x TURKEYS. 40 CENTS PER POUND. Phone 1115 ring 3. tl7x SMALL TABLE MODEL MAJESTIC radio $16.00 603 N. 3rd St. tlx PIGS. JOHN view. TOFFOLO, FAIR-U6x TWO HEATING STOVES, Bonucclil, Centenary. DOM tl7x WANTED TO BUY USED TOYS ANY KIND AND IN any condition. 603 N. 3rd St. tl6x 39 Hudson "6" passenger coupe. 30,000 miles. Actually looks and runs like new. 36 Dodge Touring Sedan. Good Tires. 35 Plymouth Coach. Good Tires. Easy Terms. WILSON, JUSTICE and OSELLA AUTO SALES. A First Kun Vh eALAr J. I Features O" U" TREE RIPENED "RUIT FRESH from Florida groves. Juicy oranges, large navels, satsumas, tangerines, cumquats, seedless grapefruit, large limes, large persimmons and large paper shell pecans. McCracken Market. U6 GOOD EATING, COOKING AND canning applies, new crop of paper shell pecans, English walnuts, mix nuts, peanuts, fresh dates, cranberries and white and pastel celery 2.50 bushel. McCracken Market. . t!7 FOUND A LARCE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart Mobllgas Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton. 32tf DEAD A N I MIA L S REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford S3109 Trre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay ail phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED PRICE of charge by Dwigglns and Hons, ifnu,.,l dealers. Call us mm soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, rnone ou. tCxf GUARANTEED 24-HR. REFRIGER- atlon Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-45 FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE, EAT more fresh fruit. Our ornnges are better because they're fresher. Mccracken's Market. tl6f JOIN Ol'R CHHIT.WAH I.AYAWAY Club and select a Keepsake Diamond ring at Faiaco's Jewelry Shop. ta) RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. Five-ply pasBenger car tires. 1'ien-ty of Ethyl and antl-freeze. The Gas Market. 11-2-44 MARLITE TILE BOARD FOR KIT- chen and bath room. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. B1SNNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 406 South Fourth Street. Phone 454. t86f MALE HELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Cllntonian. LOST BLACK AND WHITE SPOTTED beagle with collar and white ring. 310 North Sixth Street. Andrew Nawrockl. U7x HELP WANTED 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 and after duration. State qualifications. Write Box 442-X co Cllntonian. t5f PAD) NOTICES CHRISTMAS CARD HUKIGNW ARE running low and many are being cancelled every day. We can still Mipply some very nice ones Willi names Imprinted, hut l?tter order yours today. See the designs still available at The Dally Clin-tuliiau Office. NOTICE! Truckers' Attention. Coal now available at Hazel Bluff, location ...... wot,, it f'Hnl.in olnunefl coal, hopper loading. S & O Coal Co. t l'JX NOTICE! A Jerusalem Lodge 99, F and A f&K M, stated meeting Tuesday, Nov. 21, 7:30 p. m. John Griffiths, W. M. Charles Brown, Secy. t!6 NOTICE! Cozy Conner is under new management. Baptist Buffo and Lewis Tasso, with Beer, Wine and sandwiches of all kinds. tl9x NOTICE! Good time for Eagles and families, Thursday night, Nov. 23. Come! J. E. Foster, Secy. tl7 NOTICE! Please get your poultry orders In as soon as possible before Thanksgiving. Reeders Poultry Store. 117 FOB BENT EXTRA-NICE SIX-ROOM COUN-try home for small family with references. Lights, heatrola, kitchen range and open grate, fruit-rooni, chicken lot, chicken house, garden spot. Half mile west of Crompton Hill School on Bunsen Road. Available after Nov. 25. ALSO NICE FOUR-ROOM HOUSE with lights, garden, outbuidllngs and garage. On road 41 at Ly-ford. Bus Service. Phone 376 In morning or evening. tl(i FIRST HOUSE IN SAND RIIXIE. Call 1126 Ring 2. tI7x Phone 62 MASTER MIND FOR CRIME! I m777F2J desich for 1 n Terroniinfl two natiom! (M ,,, H 4fr r s rhomer I A I Jw I HENRY BRANDON IS f S WItllAM BOYLE gi feffll W A 1 ROBERT KELLARD 13 &Hi"""'lSS- Wm j PHOBIA rHAHKLIW jj J Xjg Stcond Big IIOITY And nurses set up a hospital ,in i St. Bernice Birthday Party Beverly O'Briant Honor Guest at Celebration; Baptist Mission Meets S 2c Merle Ritter, who received his boot-training at Great Lakes, spent his furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ililter, and is now stationed at Kt. Pierce, Ela. Barbara Ann Meyers enjoyed a few days visit with Neva Joyce Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Welton Weaver and twin sons. Phillip and Richard, of Indianapolis, spent their vacation wllh Mr. Weaver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weaver. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Van Meter and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cloyd and son were dinner giiesls of Mrs. Van Meter's sister, Mrs. Charles Robbing and family of Terre Haute. Beverly O'Brliint was the honored guest at a surprise birthday party celebrating her fifteenth birthday. Fourteen guests were present around a beautifully decorated table, the center piece of which was a huge cake topped with fifteen candles. Favors of tiny baskets of candy were given the guests who remembered her with several lovely gilts Refreshments were served and the young people attended a show at Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer King were guests last week or Mr. ana ours. Charles Miller In Bloomfield, Ind. Mrs. Herbert Ernhart and son were guests of Mrs. Krnhart's molh-er-in-law, Mrs. Frank Ernhart, Sunday. Mrs. Verna Charleson of Great Falls. Montana, who has been the guest of Mrs. G. M. Kunns, returned to her home last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Beard spent their week's vacation with relatives in Clinton. The ladles or the Bapiist Mission Circle surprised Mrs. John Grimes with a "pot luck" birthday dinner at Ihe home or her daughter, Mrs. Kalherine Buekner, last Thursday. Twenty four adults and five chil dren were present. ' After the dinner, the meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. With The Compllmeata Ot THE DAILY CLINTONIAN There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASn THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for FIX) REED 820 S. Fourth St. Just Come l And Ask For Them! Watch This Space Every Day TOUK NAME MAI BE NEXT ot Winter Skidding! Z FACTOHY-t4.'(TltOI.IJ:U IKECAl'PING O.OO-IO 700 NO OTIIKIl OFr'HIW YOU: lttrad A luulUy 'iiiH1,u,'1c. t. Pruwpt Hwvire . a. All Horlt lr l'urtvr'-Trttjnl r:Wti. I'"" ........... l''irMlue i Filipino David Thunnan, and the business was disposed of. Mrs. William Wheeler then -gave the devotions and Mrs. John Forehand followed by the lesson. Mrs. Wellon Weaver and sons of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Oscar Claw-son of Terre Haute, were out-of-town guesls. Herman Kutch attended the Masonic initiation In Evansville last week. The Ladles' Aid of the United Brethren Church met at I lie home of Mrs. Anne Miller with Mrs. Lester Wence as assisting hostess. Fifteen members and four guests were present. The next meeting will be the Christmas party with Mrs. Ross James. Mrs. Junnita Baker was hoslest for the Wednesday Bridge Club Mrs. , Homer McCowan of Tent Haute and Mrs. Ollle Foncannon, of Clinton, were gnosis. An Informal recent Ion was held at the I. O. O. F. Hall last Thursday night in honor of Mrs. Florence Miller and Miss Frances Meyers The former had been elected Dislrld Deputy President of Disliict 14. The Rev. Lester Wence gave a short address, followed by an original reading by Mrs. Kleanor Plnson. Mrs. Alta McCowan, who has been a member of the Rebekahs for fifty years, (hen presented the honor guests with lovely cut flowers. The refreshments committee composed of Pearl F.rnhart, Lorraine McDonald. Kdna Chambers, and ICs ther Hiddle. Clara Draper, Cora Hen-man, Mabel Ray and Cora Conifor were the members of the entertainment committee. Cadet Nurse, Helen Oallatln, of Terre Haule, spent the week-find wilh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gallatin. Lt. John Nelson of Gamp Samp son, New York, spent the weekend with his family in Indianapolis. He phoned his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Nelson of St. Bernice, from Indianapolis, Sunday evening. RATION CALENDAR Processed Foods Blue stamps A8 through ZH and A-G through It 5 in Hook 4 good for 10 points indefinitely. Meatu, 1ieee and Dairy Products All red stamps A8 through ZS and A5 through P5 in Book 4 valid Indefinitely for rationed meats, cheese and dairy products. Stamps wortii 10 points each. Sugar Stumps 30, 31, 32 and 33 In book 4 good for f, points until further notice. Stamp 40 in book 4 good for 5 pounds of canning sugar. Shoes No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 "airplane" stamp in Book 3 good for one pair earh until further notice. Always present Book 3 when making purchase as stamps are invalid If removed from the hook, (iaaoline Stamp A-1.1 good for four gallons through Dec. 31. B-4 and C-D good for r gallons until further notice. T (Fourth ytr.) good for 5 gallons through Dec. 31. K. EI and K2 good for 1 gallon. R, 111 and H2 good for 5 gallons. A, 11, C, D and T coupons are not valid until they have been endorsed in Ink, pencil, stamped or printed with the automobile registration number and state. Motorists should writ 144 numbers on book and on coupons. Mileage record must be submitted witli applications for supplemental rations. Tires Periodic passenger car tire Inspections are no longer required. Commercial vehicle Inspection due every 6 months or every 6,000 miles. B cardholders eligible for Grade I tires providing they can show absolute need to carry on essential activities. All A holders may obtain certificates for Grade 3 tires, but only after they have found tires which may be STARTING THURSDAY For - 3 - Days MOUNTAIN MUSIC MERRYMAKERS! IT mi 4 . - . . - . .V- ...... .....AMtMMM Avoid the Danger Featuring LI LUBELLE and SCOTTY Roy Aeuf f and His Smoky Mountain Boys Harry "Pappy" Cheshire Second Feature Roy Rogers in San Fernando Valley UP TO $300 Quickly Loaned on Your Personal Security. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY No Ration (irur-Urip Trmtl ItotigM. C.rtificat. Nndod POLAND'S HOME & AUTO SUPPLY 214 So. Main St., Clinton Phone 7:JSS 225 'Blackman St. , ( -, CLINTON, INDIANA jtt --x.,

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