The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 24, 1944 · Page 2
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, November 24, 1944
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F. UL.V, N'ovmv.J.rr 2 1, 10 ! !. ' T'lE DAILY CLINTONI AX Tiige Two News and Notes rV ft i t dv -r i r- - 'I iSW sentiments of the season , I 77Z I t 1 'JXW&JbS l! B V?'A ji 9nd assortment at Murphy'.. f A A ) Beautiful bogs of fabrics or good I Wf i$h&?' i Y3 e;dTeS H heaM,n- ,T I Llon leathers, some with I I, 6 HWIWlffiIll I Xi3;l i T 9 wood frames, in the .Ues and rHkiWMiS ' m I' V li.l I coWsthotpehermcs, Sport one of these new Murphy ties on your shirtfront and ' y;fX. fjCT ' f- Vf )Jjf'?'t you'll feel like a new man! They are exceptional "blues chasers" i-- f,-ijL, x x 490' 1 f 4 " ""-'-. 'j'' . . . with such zestful colors, both suLdued and gay a large . ' ( ptes . 1 V " ., f t selection of distinguished patterns ... and superb tailoring, j u W W8' , r?', 4f I f VVT which make, them 'A, and hang perfectly. j jPZfJ. W" I V'" . 7-' ' C- : Clf 1 y- yzfP ! I jJXj ff i ' C , ........ : S$r " ?j?f J 9 Mal;e Gifrs Even Lovelier with ' 'X 1 f ( t ' Gift Wraps & Ties : ! I J $ At Murphy's you'll find every- ! t For a Practical Gift UCk 1 lVA thing to wrap your girts beaut- . rffTcin ' ' i fully; while and colored tissue; . ... Jt Dress Shirts MmM "M 1 pimo.. 1 sfrPxterTrA-n ' hVv' ll ms papers; seals, tags, gift frJelU, ' 4' n i 1 C jrjVhr 'U cards; easy-to-work-with Crinkle ' ' ' . X 1 Vzifi If 1 f Tie all kinds of bright Hoi day V 1 " f I X -U-KiJf t, Jk Ribbons ,-, ! V l Famous "Aywon" white & f mVvV t . i ,. AiJ ' ? broadcloths, accurately siz- . j'X$!f. '- 1 I , SL2S&7 ' :rir-T:i::. z ; mm shirts ! (il' X a fiTVA I """ AMD SHORTS f, CJ ry i 'jl 35c : - trt 1 ,4U ! tz-V: 1- i 3 'for $1.00 ! 'XrW'l w.- g.ptsofbeauty i JStil : V-f!'V Rayon Hose Women's Panties In Universal Pvt. Cook is Home On Furlough; Sunday Guests At Vitalie Residence Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cox unci daughter Betty visited Mr. Cox's parents, Mr. and Mrs. llert Cox recently. Mrs. Albert Vanio of Detroit. Mich. Is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vanzo. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kairns visited wltn her dnuKhter in c.aiy. The Lawrence Mnrkelto family has moved to Clinton lor the winter. Mrs. Alta Judy visited Mr. and Mrs. James Poll and family west of Universal. KveninK puests were Ambers Judy. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Polf ud grandson Gail and Flem Poff. Mrs. Alta Judy spent the day with Mrs. Bert Cox and daughter Loma Kingery. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Whltesell and ton Logan of Libertyville were fuests of Mr. and Mrs. Ambers Judy. Harry Cole who is working in Jo-liet, 111. visited his wife. Mrs. Lea-tha Cole and family recently. Mrs. Leatha Cole and son Richard visited her d: -ghter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kyle an.l family of Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hrann spent a two weeks vacation with Mr. Brann's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Brann. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kiely and children of Ohio visited Mrs. rtielys parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ambro. Sgt. Ervin Ambro returned to Camp Hale. Colo, after spending a furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Ambro. Pvt. Albert Cook Jr. lefl for Gary where lie will visit his father. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cool; Sr. before leaving for Robins. Georgia. Mrs. Edward Joseph and son Edward George have relumed to her hushahd, Edward Joseph, in Washington after spending a visit of one month and a half with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Troskey and relatives. Pvt. Albert T. Cook of Fort Monmouth, N. J. is spending a 15-day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Jennie Cook of Terre Haute and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Granger. Pvt. Cook is being transferred from Fort Monmouth. N. J. to Robins Field Warner Robins, (la. on his return. John Guess and Mrs. Jennie Cook of Terre Haute visited Mrs. Cook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Granger. Mrs. George Handle, formerly Virginia Lee SpuiT, has returned to Albuquerque, N. M. where she plans to visit her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Brown formerly of Terre Haute. From there Mrs. Rant) If will go to California to Join her husband, Cpl. George Handle. Mrs. Katie Guglielinetti visited her mother. Mrs. Joan Honomo and her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bono-nio in Georgetown, HI. -., Mrs. Margaret Vallosia and grandson Bonnie Joe spent a day with Mrs. Mary Dick of Clinton. igt. Hobart Dowdy of Fort Ben-nlng, Ga. is spending an 18 day furlough with his wife and daughter and liis parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Dowdy. Sr. .. Miss Rachel Bybee of Indianapolis visited Mr, and Mrs. John Daiton recently. .. Mrs. Wood Harrison of New York City, New York spent the week end sVlth Mr. and Mrs. William Vitalie and family. 'Mr. and Mr3. William Vitalie of Universal had as their Sunday dinner guests Mrs. Jack Mnlono of Dan-ttile. 111., Mr. and Mrs. Joe ( hidfred-do .and sons Robert and John of Westville. 111. and Mrs. Mary Maute-rio of Georgetown, III. I-. Thomas Granger and Pvt. Allien IP.1 Cook visited Pvt. Cook's relaiiveij Rosedale und Kockville. Ind. i Buddy Vanzo of Dayton. Ohio spent the week end Willi his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vanzo and brother, Guy Xele. i JMr. and Mrs. Alex Waltm-nv and Mr. Victoria Molle left lor Chicago 'to attend Ihe funeral of Joe II, iT .. W F'XJJ fls.'SWSfi'' IIUS Ui iwiisw-i ... -j -. .- - fiOfr Aw b 1 S SHIRTS . . . Swiss and panel ribs of longer wearing combed cotton yarn. Sizes 36 to 44. SHORTS . . . Tailored with skill of fine Vat dyed broadcloth. Assorted fancy patterns in sizes 30 io 42. 'r-, i f,kf V, Ui .lutilully Tailored Itayon Tamies. in n L;irut' Asaort-mnt of Styles. Including Uriel's, and Luiin Lops. It'K-ular and JOxtra Sines. Just the kind of beautiful hose id o would buy for herself . . . and she'll certainly welcome them tor gift. So trim-fitting, sheer ar.d flattering she'll bo delighted o find how well they wear. C.:.oc;9 her favorite shades. In sizes 9 )o IO'2- His "Best" Gift GENUINE f ft LEATHER !. Billfolds with lo!s ol comparimcnts for cards, change end biils. Shop Early for CHRISTMAS "It's Patriotic" MAIL EARLY by PJten's Handsome LEATHEil BELTS 49c to 69c A surprisingly low price for belts so genuinely good looking and durable! Select fem practical blacks and browns in heavy, smooth finished leathers. t t t t t DECEMBER 1st : : .v.'VjX jmmr.-imr.-amis Mi-N'S Felt Hats 1.19 Whelner the dresly sporlj or Hie quietly conservtie type, you'" "d the lelt het to please you in this assortment at Murphy's. All with pinch Iront. perma-crcase crowns, which endure lots ol wear yet hold their lhape. A wide variety of brim styles, shades and trims. Siies 6!i to 7-,, Newport Soldier Home After 33 Months in Pacific ' Home after .'Ci months in thr south Pacific. T-f Leonard Sykes. eon of Mr. and Mr. Frank Sykes. can only say "It's good in be home again." Raised in this comuiunily In- al-tehded the Newport hclinol and en-listed in Ihe Army Air Coi p .Ian. .. 1042. Twelve days after his enlistment, Cpl. Sykes was sent overseas to Australia where ho stav-d for eleven months. From Australia he was sent to New Guinea where lie was stationed until a few weeks nnu when he was sent back to the suites. " Cpl. Sykes who was an aviation ordnance man. wears two ribbons, a aouthwest Pacific theater of war ribbon and a good conduct ribbon, lie was also awarded a presidential citation for his work during sea battles. Two other Sykes' boys are in the service. Private Leonard Sykes and LI. Col. O B. Sykes. Both are stationed in Florida. Pretty Percafes! Novell IMS Good Looking! Long Wearing! MEN'S HOSE GIFTS THAT PLEASE Housecoats 4.9S end 5.98 Just Ihe gift to thrill hr beauty-lovirg soul end mate her c iarm-irg picture during her t hom hour-. And practical, at he likci - tKci, Ice, made of b-'ght prinU jt ssff, w-fin Hen.;le. V.'cr.ian's 25c Ankle and Full Length i it i J ASSORTED PUZZLES 10c and 25c Snap up a handful of these puzi'es 5o help r;! ; wr c.'.r'rq: more pleasant this winter! Wide selection o, f .'c; .'. Xii ia 500 baffling pieces. Better wearing combed cotton and rayon and cotton hose in popular clacks, stripes, checb, plains and monotones. Sizes 10 to 12. li's co easy fo apposr f esh ancj prctiy c!l ',ho i'r.. if you slip a prciciiive bib apron over your dresso. We'xo a u'do selection of cpiiyang prints for you to choose from. Greater Frequency When we speak of an "octave" in the ether spectrum, we are using a term that dennus an electrical frequency twice as grt ul as some other frequency, just as in music, when a note has twice the frequency of another, we speak of it as beine; an octave aUve u ui pUulu i

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