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Wednesday, November 22, 1944
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' Wednesday, November 22, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONI AN Page Eight Newport Clubs, Societies Meet in I? Eve rybody raves about your Past Week; Bar Association Dinner PegrWhafs the secret? BUSINESS SERVICES TRKErTi'KNKd" " FRUIT FRKSl'l from Florida grovi-s. Juicy oriin-Kes. Iiu'ko liiivelH, HiitHiinniB, tun-Kcriiins, cunwmits, gi-wllt'ss niio-frult, lui'Ko limes, lurRO imthIiii-mons and lurKO nnpiT nlu'11 P'-cuiiH. McCrackcn Market. III! lrr::w' - . Miracle Whin does work wonders unique combination of old-fashioned and Una mayonnaise, Miracle Whip is : favorite salad dressing. 9c WED. & THUIt. 35c Coii'tinuous Thur. Musical Comedy ".Midnight Melodies" LATEST NEWS 1 n. W T.nrrv rtnrclnv. son of Mr. and Mrs John Barclay of Newport, entertained several of his small friends with nartv at his home last Wednesday evening in observance of his ninth birth anniversary. Games were played and refreshments were served to 15 guests. The honor guest . received many nice gifts from his friends. Those who attended the party were: Shirley Russell, Patty Spell-man, Tliyra Richards, Sandra Porter, Alice Lee Remsburg, Nancy Sullivan, Marilyn Wlckens, Morris Wlckens, Donald Dodson, Richard Stewart, Terry Brnzeal, Eugene Burke, Billy Barker, Jimmy Sullivan and John Harrison. Mrs. Martha Sullivan, Mrs. Marion White and the honor guest's mother served the little guests. Mrs. Jesse De Planty of Newport left. Monday for a weeks visit with her daughter, Mrn. Helen Nicholson of Naslivillle, Tenn. Miss Barbara Hollingsworth was the guest of Miss Donna Morgan, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Sollars were honor guests at a miscellaneous shower held at the home of Mrs. Sollar's grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Peer last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sollars who were recently married received many lovely and useful gifts from their friends. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served during the afternoon. Those who attended the shower were: Mrs. Mabel Harrison and family, Mrs. Golda. Williamson and family, Mrs. Cuba Hatch, Mrs. Bessie Jones and sons, Mrs. Minnie Wlckens, Mrs. Ada Roebuck, Mrs. Mary John son, Mrs. Lennie Clore, Mrs. .Hattie Brock, Mrs. William Haworth and sons, Martha Jane Pearman, Mrs. Sarah Peer and the honor guests arau reer aim uiw iiuiiui Mrs. Ray Russell took Shirley Ann Rusnell. Wilma Jane Adams, Mary Williamson and Caroline Russell skating Saturday afternoon at Montezuma. Mr. and M rg. Robert. Nichols of near Newport spent Sunday with their daughter. Mrs. Opal Walthall and family of Newport. Members of the Newport Home Economics Club met, Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. C. My- at the home or Mrs. w. c. my- ers. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Guy Gosnel, and Miss Elizabeth MM- Mortimer Lewis led in the devotional service which was per- taming 10 l nnriKSKivniK tuiu inn from 2nd .Corinthians. She also read a poem entitled "Even Now." Responses lo roll call were Thanksgiving quotations. The lesson on "Care and Cleaning of Wood Surfaces" was presented by Mrs. J. 0. PottB, leader. Mrs. Herbert. Votimans had charge of the recreation hour which consisted of clever contests. A trio composed of Mrs. V.1N. Asbury. Mrs. Mortimer Lewis and Mrs. Paul Car-mack, who were winners In a song contest, sang. Mrs. Alten Rose became a member. ! Those present were Mrs. Potts, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Verner Dwlgglns, Mrs. Douglas Reld, Mrs. Roy Stew-art. Mrs. Clyde Russell, Mrs. V. N. Ashurv. Mrs. Herb Youmans, Mrs. Dora Hareer. Mrs. Carmack, Mrs i .in,,i,to wllT'tholli anA uimnut; '.SiW?'A with salads! A V ' PCKO'v THE PICTURES liny -More I'.onds Thrills... action.. . at Great Lakes Naval Training Station ... the world's toughest training 1 program) X !4L First Km. 0. I'Valiircs 3 tjxl" mm 'S'ase' .f .U" 0 : boiled dreeing by far America's "THE llwli:ll in A Paramount Picture with :i R3DERT LOWERY-JEAN PARKER Bill HENRY-ROSCCE KARNS Directed by William Berk TONITE tea Ohio Telephone Strike Leaders Ignore W.LJB. (Continued from page 1) In response to questions from union leatlerR, the WLB declared that there can be no negotiations between the company and the strikers until the work stoppage Is ended. K. II. lluslalsoti. vice president of tlin Ohio Hell Telephone Co., told the WLII, the company was willing lo rcBinne negotiations with tlio union Immediately upon end of the strike. If negotiations are not successful, the company Is willing to submit Hie dispute to any agency the WLM might designate, he added. J. .1. Moran, vice-president of the National Federation or Telephone Workers, parent union of the state nulls, told the WLII that the na tion would face the most Rerlous communication problem in its history in Ihe next few days, if the Ohio dispute was not. settled satisfactorily at once. Moran and other officials declared, however, that they were sincerely anxious lo have the dispute settled. The strike began at Dayton, where 500 operators walked out In protest against the employment of 105 out-of-town operators who are paid an average $18.25 weekly for living expenses, above tludr regular salaries. Immediately, .telephone, op erators in other Ohio communities went on sympathy strike.'). Dayton is the only Ohio city where out-of-town operators were Imported to handle increased war traffic. The WLI), in giving the union leaders 12 hours in which to decide whether to order termination of the strike, thereby indicated that the dispute has not yet gravely impaired the war effort. Presumably, Wright Field and other army installations are receiving adequate service and war contractors calls re portedly are going through. Tree Owns Itself A white oak near Athens, Ga., is unique in that there was willed to it by its owner, William H. Jackson, "for and in consideration of the great love I bear this tree and the great desire I have for its protection . . . entire possession of itself and all land within eight feet of the tree on all sides." This deed, dated 1020, is recorded in the town clerk's office. Clean Milk Clean milk is milk of good flavor, comes frcm healthy cows, is free from dirt, and contains few bacteria, none of which are harmful. COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Admission 9c and 20c Gildersieeve's Ghost With Harold Peary Marion Martin PLUS RiGAfJ'S With Bobby Readick Frank Craven THURSDAY Admission 9c and 20c E With Greer Garson Walter Pitlgpon "Movie Pests" Pete Smith Specialty MaNMHUMMBMHMW l Kin R(, Corfificatt Neaded I POLAND'S HOME t 214 So. Main I 3. Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Flret day insertion: 80 tor each reading line (one .column line, like one of these). Neit two days lrsertlon: the same le charge (you get three days at double the cost ot the first day). Next three days Insertion: the " same 80 charge (you get a whole aeek five daya) at three times the cost of one Insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (like this) 10c IX line. All classified ads including raem-orlams and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts are paid monthly or those from organizations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In tilt latter case the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for its payment. FOB SALE Christmas Card li'nlftns are run-nliiK low and many are IwinK enn-ccllcd every day. We can still supply some very nice ones with names imprinted, lint, better nrder yours today. See the designs still ainilalile at The Daily Clintotiiaii Office. COL. 3CB40 GOODNIGHT SWEKT- heart, The Very Thousht Of You. Iiay Noble and liis Orchestra. Bflc plus tax. White's Pharmacy. ONE M O It HI S CIRCULATING heater. 130. 1250 South Fifth Street. tl8x THREE BURNER KEROSENE stove with two burner oven. 1347 South Fifth Street. tl9x ONE MORE CIRCULATING HEAT-er. ?30. 12f,0 South Fifth Street. t!8x GEESE, EITHER DRESSED OR ON foot. Phone 1119-1, Omer Myers. tlSx LOMBARDI APARTMENT UUILD-ing. Opposite Deals Grocery, 9th Street. Max Rosenblatt. tl8 CAPON CHICKENS. LUCAS, TWO miles north of 63. Phone 103H-1. tl7x HUKK, ANY KIND YOU WANT. Clinton Auto Wrecking Parts Co. Ernie's, I'lione 8, Clinton. 85f F?FTHVEIN COAL. CHARLIE R. Ferguson. Phone 13(i-W. t7-17-44 f SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE WITH furnace and bath. H. H. Wiseliart. tl7 HENS, FOUR TO SEVEN POUNDS, dressed if preferred. 1508 So. 9th Street. . tl7x H.C.A. EIGHT TUISE TABLE M OD-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 BRA-zll Block. Charlie R. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t 7-17-44 f COAL. CALL CLYDE SEARING. Phone 190-M. tlx TWO STOVES. ROBERT SHEW, R 2, Clinton, Ind. tl9x TURKEYS. MADALYN route three, Klondyke. NORA. 118 CIRCULATOR HEATER 759 North 8th Street. I22x TURKEYS. MRS. LOUISE BORASO. Geneva Roard. tl7x HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. 8 3 8 Sycamore Street. tl7x FIFTH WHEElTcHEAP. 838 SYCA-more Street. tl7x TUHKEYS. 40 CENTS PER POUND. Phone 1115 ring 3. tl7x TWO HEATING STOVES, DOM Bonucchi, Centenary. tl7x INSTRUCTION MECHANICALLY MINDED MEN look Into Refrigeration and Air Conditioning as a profitable fu ture career. Write Utilities Inst. Box 44 2-U co Clintonian. tl FOR RENT FIRST HOUSE IN SAND Call 1126 Ring 2. RIDGE tl7x 39 Hudson "6" passenger coupe. 30.(100 miles. Actually looks and runs like new. 30 Dodge Touring Sedan. Good Tires. 35 Plymouth Coach. Good Tires. Easy Terms. WILSON, JUSTICE and OSELLA AUTO SALES. SURELY Corn, Mrs. J. W. Cnrllhers, Mrs. j. N. Jones, Mrs. Beulalt Chlpps. Mrs. V. B. Dwlgglns, Mrs. L. P. Nelson of Indlunnnolls, Mrs. H. H. Nixon, Mrs. Mortimer Lewis and the host, and two guests, Mrs. Dora M. Hur-ger and Mrs. Omer McMasters. Attorney John W. Carlthers entertained members of tho Vermillion Couuly Bar Association with a turkey dinner lit III" bomn In Newport at 7 p. m. Saturday. Those who attended tlm dinner were: Judge K. K. Davlsson, Prosecuting Attorney K. V. Bell, Carl Biggs, and II. II. Wlsehart, nil of Cllnlon: Gordon Lang of Dana: and M. J. Dudley, Homer Ingram and m' r Wliiiilnil. all of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Curler and grandson, Francis Penrman of Tulsa, Okla., spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pearman and family of Newport. Mrs. Gerald Roberlson look a crowd of Newport young people skating Saturday night at Montezuma. Those who went were Barbara Remsburg, Bvron Vincent, Norma Robertson, Joel Hollingsworth, Herman Lewis, Earl and Delmar Roberlson, Carl Foreman and Bill Craft. Mr. and Mrs. Altcn Rone and daughter, Evadna, spent Sunday wllh Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Former and family of Clinton. Other guests at .!, iwini.r home were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bill of Indianapolis and Mrs. Georgia missel and daughter, .loan. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stewart of Newport have as their guests this week, Mrs. Stewart's mother, Mrs. Josle MeRluro of Osgood, Ind., and her slater, Mrs. I). P. Cels'er and son who have .Inst returned from Utah. Mrs. Herbert. Sawyer returned lo her home In Newport, Saturday after spending pcveral weeks with her ,iinrl.ter. Mrs. George Carpenter " , T . , .. and family in Llnsh uig, Kan mi. nnd Mrs. Lester Keen anrt daughter spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Linzia Former and daughter, Mrs. Vaughn A. Jackson, of Dills-dale. i Mrs. Opal Walthall and daui.'hler. Mrs. Louise Ory. both of Newport, called on Mrs. Warren Cook of near, Dana Sundav evening. ( Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rose, Mrs. T.ctoi. Keen ami son. Roger and , Ros(, ,,. """". "' ,.,. ,,,i Pn DanvdleMVIom. ay. jT'Zt nlZ .,,. , ,, ,,. (n vWiort. Mra Allen Tlnse and dan-. ghter, Evadna. spent Sunday even- j Ing with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Keen, nn,l ilmiirhter. Mrs. Robert J. Rose. . Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stewart. Mrs. Carrie Stewart and Mrs. Virginia Geisler npent Friday In Terre Haute shopping. Miss Virginia Reid of Crawfords-ville spent Thursday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Reld of I Newport. Miss Madge Pearman of Newport . spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. i Claude Graham and family of Hillsdale. I Rev. and Mrs. Lee Downs of Hills-; dale spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. i George Robison of Newport. I Guy Barry who is in inuianapons anont the weekend with bis wife and ,lnnp-hter in Newnort. . i sister of Clair Van Sant of Newpoit who is serving in the Arinea forces. were married to Sergeant Murray S. Reeves Wednesday, November 1, at New River, N. C. Sgt. Reeves whose home is in Li sta(es e ,g ne Corp mttto and I p. Williams, of n,,,orr , fnrmPr residents of Newport, entertained several guests at the Mitchell home Sunday with a turkey dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Foos and Htnifv,ter. Peercv. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Foos and Mr. and Mrs. Omer McMasters, all of Newport and Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Williams and the hostesses of Ridgefarm. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fox and Miss Ruth Fox, all of Perrysville, i Miss Faye Ingram and Mr. and Mrs. ! Keith Youmans, of Newport were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Church of Clinton Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Carithers snent Monday in Indianapolis visit- j ing Mr. and Mrs. Leslie P. Nelson, former residents or tins city. Mrs. Ada Wright left Friday mornnig for Grand Rapids, Mich., where she will make her home during the winter months. Mrs. Gerald Robertson relumed to her work at ti:e Wabash River Ord- nance Works Monday after a two and a half week's illness. Mrs. George Myers of Montezuma : snent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Adams and family of , Newport. j Mr. Ralph Adams of Newport and Mrs. GeorEe Myers of Montezuma j spent Sunday in Indianapolis visit- j ing friends and relatives. j Mr. and Mrs. Lester Keen and! daughter. Mrs. Robert J. Rose, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hollingsworth of Clinton. Bill Rein entertained two of his schoolmates, Robert McMasters and Robert Moore at dinner Sunday evening. Mrs. Mattie Brown of Eugene spent Friday night with her sister, Mrs. Ola English of Newport. Miss Gloria Asbury spent Saturday :.U III.. !.,,. ...1 l.,n..n,i,h IllKUl II IUI illiaO iJCCl, n,iB.u,u. MASTER MIND FOB CRIME ! (lOOI) KATINCl. COOKINII AND cannltiK umiIIoh, new crop of paper shell poemm. Kimllsli wulnulK, mix nuts, peanutH, freali ilitlon, (tiiii-berries and white ami paxlel celery $2. CO hiiHhel. McCraclieii Market. H7 FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Onnrtvear Cur. Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing: and. Recapping neatly done and Guar-i anteed. 9th and IJoKart M6bllt!as Station, Joe Glacoletto, Clinton. SZtf 1JEAD AN I MIA LS REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Trre Haute or Daua 14 2. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. 1137 DEAD ANIMALS ItllMOVUI) I'HliH of charge hy DwigKlns and Hons, licensed dealers. Call hh as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, I'lione BO. t5xf GUARANTEED 24-HR. REFRIGER-ntion Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Honelnalie, Phone 1 o:i 4-4 Clinton or 1U5-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-46 FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE, EAT more fresh fruit. Our oranges are better because they're fresher. Mccracken's Market. tltif JOIN OuitClIUITMAS LAYAWAY Club and select a Keepsake Diamond ling nt Fnraco's Jewelry Shop. RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. Five-iily passenger car tires. Plenty of Ethyl and anti-freeze. The Gas Market. 11-2-44 MARLITE TILE BOARD FOR KIT-chen and bath room. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. UENNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 400 South Fourth Street. Phone 454. t85f MALE HELP WANTED HOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Dill Blackburn, Clintonian. LOST BLACK AND WHITE SPOTTED beagle with collar and white ring. .110 North Sixth Street. Andrew Nawrocki. tl7x 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 arter duration. State qualifications. Write Box 442-X co Clintonian. I5f PAID NOTICES CHRISTMAS CARD DESIGNS ARE running low and many are being cancelled every "lay. We can still supply some very nice ones with names imprinted, but better order yours today. See the designs si ill m ailable at The Daily Clintonian Office. NOTICE! , Jerusalem Lodge No. 99 F. & QK A- M. called meeting, Wednesday. November 22. 7 p. m. Work in M. M. degree. John Griffith, W. M.. Charles Brown, secretary. 117 NOTICE! TruckerB Attention, Coal now available at Hazel Blurf. location two miles west of Clinton, cleaned coal, hopper loading. S & O Coal Co. tl9x 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, tl 7 WANTED TO BUY CASH DEAL. SMALL PLACE. I1EA-sonably close to bus line. H. S. Call. Phone 320. tl9 Common Names Among boys the names William and John are most common, representing one in 2!). Then follow James, George, Charles, Harold, Robert, Edward, Joseph and Arthur. Boys names are less susceptible to changing styles than those of girls. The first five on the list have been in that position since 1885. AFTER Phone 62 Vrwri 1 Mvmm.. t two nations! 'HWVW HENRY BRANSON ROBERT KELI.fiHD fjj Cl.OllIfl FRANKLIN M Second liis HOPPY And Terrorizing H Mrs. Rose, the new member. Mrs. Mirl Thomas and son, Char-Twelve members of the Thimble les, spent Sunday afternoon in Clin-Cluh and two guests attended the ton. annual Lamb and chicken supper at, Mrs. Lester Keen and daughter. Perrysville last Wednesday evening spent Wednesday at the home or the guest of Mrs. Nell Wait. Mrs. James Lanham of Dana. . .i. v . Miss Virginia Van Sant of Cayuga, by SAX RHOMER -&sssmss k -w asm (;'-'t4aai-, H J3 '-- FEATURE His Puis . ."V- ' V ABTtStS f'Ual!i9 STARTING THURSDAY For-3-Days pi "1 i At " l ne group met ii uic nuii7 v., Mrs. Wait and were driven to Per- rvsvllle for the dinner at 5 p. m. They later returned to Mrs. Wail's home where they spent the rest of Ihe evening socially. mi 0i,ioH Mrs. Verner Van Vi et presided , a short business meeting at which nine plans were made for the CI risN mas meeting which is to be held at Mrs Van Vliet g home, Dec. 6 Those present were Mrs. W. 0 Parretl, Mrs. J. u. i-ons, o llegarty, Mrs. Van Vliet, Mrs. D. With The OompUmeBU Ot THE DAILY CLINTONIAN There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office 1 for ANDREW MORRIS South Seventh Just Come In And Ask For Them! Watch This 8nc Every Day TOUR NAME MAY BE NEXT I FACTO K Y - ) TIIOIXED j 1IKCAPPING H.00.1A 7-00 ISO OTIIKH OFFEUS VOF: (iratle A tiiuli(r rsnwltfark. PrwiiM.t ttfrvire . . AH Wurk by rucloPv-Trainttl Kx jMrt. '' ;uirHtT. fi. 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