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Page Hire 1HE DAILY CLINTON IAN Friday, November 24, 1941. NAZIS SHELL YANKS MOVING UP ON Cayuga Mission Society, American Legion Auxiliary Hold Meetings COURT NEWS j Marie W. Dickerson of Clinton has filed suit in . Vermillion Circuit Court seeking a divorce from Hubert C. Dickerson on grounds of cruel and Inhuman treatment. Mrs. Dickerson asks for the custody of their two children, Hubert Jr. aged 9 and Larry aged 7. together with reasonable support. The couple was mairied Apr. 19. 1936 and separated Nov. 11. 194 4. Mrs. Russell, formerly the V. J. Ashley home and parents of Mrs. Russell. They have resided In Cayuga since their marriage, going in business soon thereafter and continuing since. At the time of their marriage '44 CROUCHING IOW UNDER HOT NAZI FIRE, American infantrymen drive forward near Ubach, Germany. A shell burst in the midst of the advancing line, sends up a column of smoke and debris. (International) 10 NEGRO SOLDIERS COURT-MARTIALED IN ENGLAND ' I '"1- ; i A ' ' I ff ' ' 1 Edwin W. Hughes of Cuyuga has filed suit in Vermillion Circuit Court seeking a divorce from Emma Hughes in grounds uf cruel and Inhuman treatment. The couple was married Nov. 14. 1937 and separated Nov. 6. 1944. Ethel F. Myers of St. Bernice has filed suit in Vermillion Circuit Court seeking a divorce from Raymond Myers on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. Mrs. Myers asks that her former name oi Snodgrass be restored. Application for Buit money and maintenance has been filed with hearing set lor Nov. 24th. Mrs. Myers asks for $20 alimony. The couple was married Dec. 11, 194 3 and separated Nov 1944. 14. Mary Ann Lemmons of Clinton has filed suit in Vermillion Circuit Court seeking a divorce from Lewis Lemmons on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. Application for suit money and maintenance has been filed witli hearing set for November 24th. The couple was married May 8, 1939 and separated Nov. 1. 1944. Bessie Blue of St. Bernice has filed suit in Vermillion Circuit Court seeking a divorce from Paul H. Blue on grounds of cruel and Inhuman treatment. Mrs. Blue asks for the custody of their children. Larry aged 6 and Raul age 8, together with reasonable support. The couple was married Mar. 26. 1928 and separated Oct. 5. 1944. I.eo Sanauenetti 31 and Susie . l.v,stpr 54. both of Clinton have ob tained a marriage license ai new- port, Ind. Wednesday. November 29th has been set aside as Rule Day in Vermillion Circuit Court. Final papers of Citizenship will be issued on that day,, to .petitioners entitled to them. Newport Lions To Seek Support Of Town for Canteen NEWPORT, Iud. Members of the Newport Lions Club took steps tills week to seek the advice and possible support of all religious, civic, social and fraternal organizations of the city in plans for the proposed new teenage center. All groups will be uj-ged to send a representative to a meeting to be held in the Methodist church at 7 p. m., next Monday, it waB decided. at wuicn leniauve pians win i "in Hned and the opinions of the other loco1 groups heard. Preliminary investigation has shown that the prfiject is much too large for any one group to attempt, V. N. Asbury. chairman of the Lions committee, reported. For one Hung, the cost would be such that only through the united support of the entire community, would, establish- TIRE REPAIR i , U. S. ARMY COURT-MARTIAl of 10 American Negro soldiers accused of the slaying of two other soldiers and the wife of a hotel keeper, Mrs. Rose Napper, is held at Tratcham, Berkshire, England. The accused are seated on the right, with armed guards behind them. At left, officers of the board listen .while the prosecuting counsel, standing, questions a witness- 'international UBACH FRONT HOG J'HH'ES EXPECTED TO KEMAI.V HIGH Demand for pork and pork products probably will be sufficient to keep hog prices in a strong position for the next marketing year, Oct. 1, 1944 to Oct. 1, 1945, M. J. Peterson, county agricultural agent, told farmers this week. Exceptions may occur for tempo rary periods at the close of the war, when there be a bunching or receipts and possibly during the hea vy hog marketing months this winter, he explained. Tho Tnriinna enrinir r,n rte-' clined only nine per cent below last spring, as compared to .a decline of , 29 per cent for the western part of the corn belt. The number of sows estimated to farrow this fall in In-1 diana was down 28 per cent from j last fall as compared to 38 per cent for the western part of the corn oelt I i1j n, i tji.,. f. .i, year beginning Oct. 1 are estimated to be approximately 10 per cent below last year, relative to livestock. Mr. Peterson stated. Therefore, some j further reduction below last spring in number of sows to farrow next spring in Indiana appears likely. j For those who are in a position' to lay in their year's feed supplies at feed priceH prevailing this fall and early wintt-r in the heavy corn producing areas of the state, a reasonable ninrinn between feed eosLs and hog prices in Indiana seems probable for the next 12 months, i SEAT LEATHERETTE nient and aiaiutenauie of the center be possible. Equipment, lighting and fuel, must be qinsidered andit is the ' unanimous opinion Of all Jhat a paid matron must be employed. It was at Mr. Asbury's suggestlon.that It was voted to hold the joint meeting Monday. The consensus of opinion is that the center should be in operation at least four nights a week and. at least six months out of the year. Lee Roy Stewart, another member of the committee, reported. Finding a suitable location will also be a problem, the committee feels. Tills was also the opinion of Omar McMasters. third member of the group. Monday night's meeting will not be mi open, public meeting, It was decided, but every organization in the township, is urged to have a represHiitative in attendance. Although Vermillion township's quoin In the War Fund drive was too high, in proportion to Its population, it has now been almost met. John Plckell. chairman of the north part of the county, reported. Attorney Eaton J. Dudley reported that the Sixtli War Loan drive is well organized and now getting under way locally. HI IMiET "BOSSY" FOR WIXTEIt MII.K PRODUCTION Put "Bossy" on a budget and have here producing every drop of milk her feed allowance will permit, suggests G. A. Williams, extension dairyman at Purdue University. The average cow in Indiana produces not more than 5,000 pounds of milk during the year of between 2,000 and 3.000 pounds on winter feed, depending on when she freshens, statistics at the university show-. The grain budgeted for her use should not exceed 1.000 pounds or five pounds daily in the winter. High producers require as much as 1,200 to 1.500 pounds for the same period usually. Where fed with legume hay. a good mixture for this winter will be 400 pounds of ground shelled corn, 200 pounds of ground oats and 50 pounds of protein rich feed such as soybean oil meal. cottonseed or lin seed oil meal. On farms wnere sn- age ana nay are iea. me iuiui m protein supplement should be dou bled. When legume hay is not available, equal parts by weight of corn, oats and supplement are needed to supply enough protein to meet the needs of the cow. Wheat, when medium finely ground, may replace one-half to three-fourths of the corn in the ration. Wheat bran, when available, may be used in place of oats. Any of the foregoing grain mixtures should be fed according to -the daily milk production. Two pounds of bran for each gallon of milk per day is recommended. Good quality legume hay is the framework of every efficient dairy winter feed program. Two tons per cow should be provided. Where silage is used, three pounds of silg may be substituted for one pounct of hay. Liquid Vitamins On an equal weight basis the thiamine content of the liquid portion of canned vegetables was found to be equal to or slightly greater than that of the solid portion. This emphasizes the dietary benefit of utilising the liquid portion, which, on the average, represents approximately one-third the weight of the canned product... .- " " " See Peck's Texaco Sta. 120 No. Main St. stor Phone 105 Clif Sherrill S f of Indianapolis spent last Saturday week with her sister, Mrs. Lester McCoy and family. Ben Garrett was a Terre Haute visitor on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leiton Mack and daughter Marilynn, of Wilmington. 111., and son Lt. James F. Mack of Roswell, New Mexico and Miss Barbara Swarstad of Minneapolis, Minn., called Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ForeBt Mack. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bennett, Mrs. Joe Spurgeon and Mrs. Forest Mack spent Tuesday in Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson of South Bend spent the week end with their son Harold Johnson and family and other friends and relatives. For Sunday dinner they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Reed. Mrs. Lena Boren of Clinton spent Sunday and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Everette Turbeville. Week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude McDowell were their daughter, WMlman of Indianapolis and Lucille of Clinton and grandson Carl Rinehart also of Clinton. Lt. Richard Mack arrived Wednesday afternoon from Camp Chaffee. Ark. to spend a fifteen day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Mark. Current News In Centenary Robert Eugene Wells Has 7th Birthday Party; California Guests Return Miss Theresa Natalie has returned to Chicago after spending a few days with her parent. Miss Albenia and Virginia Zane- berletti uf Terre Haute spent the weekend with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zaneberleltl. I'fe. Calvin liunyan of California is upending a 15 day furlough with Iiis wife and his parents. M r. and M i8. K icha rd K u n van . Mrs. William Miethe aud Mrs. Raymond Miethe spent a day in Terre Haute. . Sgt. John Natalie has gone to Chicago to spend a few days. A birthday party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Wells in honor of their grandson, Robert Eugene Wells. Eugene celebrated j MtBB Mary Ellen Jones of Indiana-polls spent several days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones. Mrs. Coyne McMasters of Miami, Fla., arrived Thursday for an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Samuels and also with her sister and family, Mr. .and Mrs. Max Foster of Cayuga. Raymond Phillips of Jellico. Tenn., Is here visltlnK his mother, Mrs. Flora Weatherman. Mrs. Kathleen Hoark returned to lier daughter's home in Chicago Friday after a three weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. Klhert Carter aud family. Mr. nd Mrs. Robert Thompson and daughter moved last week to their newly purchased home on Division Street. They recently purchased the Carlson home, formerly owned by Keith Stalker. Private Glen Dowers, who is stationed at Camp Croft, South Carolina is here on a furlough with hlB mother, Hanel DowerB. and Mrs. Earl Ralph of Oceanside. Calif, on Friday November 10th by caeBarlau operation. Mrs. Ralph is the former Miss Mary Patrick, former grade teacher of the local school. The Infant has been named Carol Ann. Announcement has been received of the birth .of a daughter to Mr. Mrs. Robert McMurtrey left last week for Fort Bragg. Fayettesville, N. C. for a two weeks visit with her husband, Robert C. McMurtrey, who Is stationed there. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene LeClaire have received word from their son, Dale, that he has been transferred to Great Lakes Training Center. LeClaire was a senior in the local high school. "Fun Night" sponsored by the Student Council and faculty of the high school was held in the gymnasium Saturday evening. All high students participated in the entertainment which was table tennis and dancing. Refreshments were served by teh G. A. A. and class organiza tions. The annual Thanksgiving vacation will start November 23 and end November 27th Miss Dorothy Case entertained several of her friends Monday eve-lng at a bunco party in honor of her eighteenth birthday. Refreshments of cake, ice cream and cocoa were served to the following: Misses Helen Schwab, Martha Willhite, Olive-mae Donald, Patricia Sollars, Betty McLain, Henrietta Gillis and La-Verne Morgan. The Ko-We-Ba Club held their regular monthly meeting Tuesday at the home of Miss Julia P. Whitting-ton. A chicken dinner was served to the following guests: Mrs. Jean SlmpBon, Mrs. Lula Commins, Mrs. Gertrude Van Houtin, Mibs Clara Carsman, Mrs. Susie Russell, Mrs. Lena Ritter, Mrs. Celia Adams and the hostess. One guest, Julia Ann Simpson was present. Bunco was the diversion of the evening. Sergeant Floren Wann spent a fortnight with his mother, Mrs. Dora Wann, last week. He returned the next day to a Chicago hospital where he is assigned for hospitalization for an Injured knee and a broken wrist. He received these injuries while in combat in Italy last summer. He is expected to come home within the next few weeks on a 15 day furlough. The parents of Flenlyn Tillotson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tillotson, have received word from their son that he has returned to the states and has entered an army hospital at Miami. Fla. Young Tillotson was wounded , in action on Oct. 9 while serving In Italy. He has been hospitalized in Italy since sustaining his injury while fighting on the North Italian front. He was soon transferred ta hospital in Florida where he wlB ! ceive treatment for his Injuries Paul J. Crumley. Jr. Is home on a ten day furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grumley and daughter Betty. Junior lias completed Ills training with the Navy in New York and will probably be sent overseas within the near future. Marion E. Walters has returned to the states after six months overseas. On his return to the states he was promoted from Seaman First Class to Coxwain. He is now spending a 15 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doc Walters and his wife who will come to Cayuga from her home in Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Russell observed their forty-fifth wedding anniversary November 8th. They were married in Cay-uga at the home of RENT A FOOD LOCKER In The New Addition We Are Building Put In Your Application Before : DECEMBER 15 CITY MARKET ROCKVILLE, IND. Phone 92 Mr. Russell was owner and manager of the telephone company. The American Legion and Auxil iary held their monthly joint meeting at the Town Hall Thursday even ing. A chicken dinner was served at 7:80 at tobies decorated In red. white and blue. Games and cards were enjoyed afterwards. Each organisation held Beparat business meetings. The Auxiliary decided to have a food Bale December 21st and also to send greeting csrdB to all service men in Eugene Township. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. James Harper and son. Benny, Mrs. Ida Tinder. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wlen-ke. Mrs. Ira Donald and family, Mark Davidson and Orpha Davidson, Edgar Alderson, William McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Shelby. Mrs. J. S. Auble. Mrs. Ben Shelato. Mr. and Mrs. Doc Pearson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Pearson and fam ily. Carl Congloton, Otto Julick. Flora Weatherman and Gladys Sam uels. The Missionary Society of the Christian Church held their Novem ber meeting Tuesday afternoon at the Collett Home with Mrs. Rolla Jordan as hostess. Women's Day was discussed and the following pro gram committee was appointed: Iva Jordan, Ethel Laughlin, Grace Sorouls and Vema Taylor. The Women's Day program will be held at the church December 3rd. The lesson theme, "What of the American Indian" was presented by Eula- lie Donald. Grace (Kirchoff. Celia Adams and Grace Sprouls. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Those present were Mesdames Mary Morgan. Grace Kirchoff and daughter Karen Sue, Eulalia Donald, Ver-na Tyler, Ethel Laughlin, Celia A-dams. Grace Sprouls and the hostess. The December meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Vema Tyler. .. r Real Estate Transfers Harry Vestal et ux to Harold H. Wlsehart, trustee to re-convey lots 287 Higgins 3rd add. pt. 16-14-9. ?1. Harold H. Wisehart, trustee to reconvey to Hannah VeBtal lot 287 Higgins 3rd add. 1. Harold H. Wisehart, trustee to re-convey to Harry Vestal pt. 16-14-9. $1. Abraham L. Lucas et al to Robert Groves et ux pt. 15-14-10. II. Myra A. Briggs. trustee to Glen-dora Wright lot 3 Commercial Club add. to Clinton. J864. James Brown by auditor to Cleve Jones lot 33 W. F. Peter's sub. $26.05. James Brown by auditor to Elgar Snodgrass et ux lot 84 W. F. Peter's sub. $21.30. Thomas Williamson et ux to James Clore lot 15 'Zenor's add. to Newport. $50. Rose Nolan to Joe McDonald et al lot 5 Nolan's 1st add. to St. Bernice. $1. Rosa BosoneUo to Baptist Buffo at ux lot 5 block 4 Bogart and Anderson's sub. $1. Rosa BosoneUo et al to Orln Mc-Millin et ux lot 4 block 4 Bogart and Anderson's sub. $1. Ira J. Church, auditor to Perry J. Watson pt. 24 aud 25 original plat of Cayuga. $125. Preston Davis et ux to Alice Swickard pt. lot 8 Fairvied Park I sub. $1. Monroe Mayes et ux to Austin P. Mayes et ux pt 9-15-9. $1. Blossom B. Norman et ux to Paul C. Clark et ux lot ! Reed's 1st add. to St. Bernice. $1. Paul L. Long, to Spencer Martin lots 141 and 142 Chuun's Ford. $175. Lillie M. Grubb et al to Horace A. Dickinson et nx pt. 5-19-9. $1. Mack Truitt et ux to Harold H. Wisehart, trustee to re-convey lot 6 Hiddle's add. to St. Bernice. $1. Harold H. Wisehart. trustee to re-convey to Pearl Truitt lot 6 Hiddle's add. to St. Bernice.' $1. Pearl Truitt .to Charles F. Col-well et ux lot 6 Hiddle's add. to St. Bernice. $1. Fred MrDowell et al to Ward Richards et ux lots 23 and 24 Liv- engood and Adams add. to Newport. $1. Charley Lacey et ux to Ward Richards et ux lots 23 and 24 Liv-engood and Adams add. to New-..... i Claude K. Connelly to Donald Clark lot 179 Groudyke and McKee's 4th add. to Cayuga. $1. Julius Thurstensou et ux to Mel-vin L. Fitzsimnions et ux lots 1 and 2 block 13 original plat of Dana. $1. Melvin L. Fitzsimnions et ux to Ralph A. James et ux lots 3 and 4 block 9 original plat of Dana. $1. Ira J. Church, auditor to Carl Gibson et al pt. 5-15-9. $850. " Scientific Improvement It is estimated that the gas-flUed lamp developed by Langmuir repre sents an annual saving in the cost of domestic lighting in this country alone of $200,000. The improvement in the efficiency of the petrol engine due to lead ethyl saves over 2,000,-000,000 gallons of petroleum year. The use of accelerators for vulcanizing rubber has saved capital outlay on molds estimated at $64,000,000. Research on motor tires has increased their average life from 3,000 miles to over 20,000 miles. Do we fix flats? Why, yes, of course, And flats WE fix give NO remorse, If a puncture catches YOU, ... . - Coming HERE'S the thing to dot PECK'S TEXACO STATION 4i . OH. .;HSAS1NJ - VI U AMZIMi K APS 1241 x. yi A I N Summit Grove News and Notes Raymond Wilson Guest At Farewell Dinner; Guests in Local Homes Mr. and Mrs. Milo Heskett and children of Hillsdale were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Heskett s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heskett. Miss Cassie Shull of Fain-lew was Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Miller. Raymond Wilson of Hillsdale, who left for Camp Atterbury, Saturday, was the guest of honor at a dinner in the home of his brother-in-law, Emory Bolielirake. Wednesday. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Landis ana daugnier oi w-na, Aidis Bonebrake of Hillsdale. Amer Bonebrake of Hillsdale. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bishop of Newport.: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bonebrake and son. Hillsdale and Mis. Raymond Wilson and daughters of Hillsdale. Carol Sykes of Danville. III. eanie Friday to spend the winter with Mrs. Martha Dickey and son, Dallos. Mr. and Mrs. Lirton Mack and daughter of Willmiiiston, 111. and son. James Mack, who has completed his training and received his wings in the Air Corps visited his grandfather. Eschol Mack. Friday and Saturday before going on to Lincoln. Neb., where he will he stationed for the present time. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Simnis of Wash ington, D. C. were over iiikmi of the latters sister. Mrs. E. F. Bonebrake and family Tuesday. Eschol Mack moved Monday to rooms in the Hamersley Apts. in Clinton, where he will spend the winter. Hell's Prairie Club Meeting Mrs. Harlow Frist Is Hostess at Home Ec ; Guests at Mack Home Mrs. Harlow Frist, assisted by Mrs. Ernest Harrington, entertained the Heirs Home Kconomics Club at the Frist home last Thursday. I A party was held last Tuesday nipht in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hamersley for their son. l'fc. Donald P. Hamersley, and Pvt. Harvey Swinford, also home on furlough. Mrs. Laura Mitchell of Hillsdale was the suest of Mrs. Forest Mark three days last week. She also attended Home Economics Club meeting. Mrs. Bob Nickle and small daughter Judy Lynn spent several days last week with the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Turbeville. Pfc. Donald Hamersley, who has spent a furlough here with his wife and parents, returned Saturday to Fort Lewis, Wash., where he expects to be reassigned. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Turbeville moved Monday into the Mack property on the west side of road 63. Mrs. Loron Miller and daui-hterf. GIVE YOUR CAR A . CHRISTMAS GIFT . ' :.. I May We Suggest COVERS $12.95 BOUND FOR ALL CARS SEALED BEAM DRIVING LIGHTS pair S5.95 1 5 PLATE BATTERIES 1 8 Mo. Guarantee S4.95 Ex. ZERONE ni THERMO-ROYAL AIITI-FREEZE SI .40 f- his seventh birthday. Seventeen ehil-r dreu and ten adults were present. Games were played and refreshments I of ice cream, cake and candy were served. The honor guest received j several nic gifts. Mrs. William Miethe received a I letter from her son. Robert, who has ; been in the hospital somewhere in ; France, that he has lieen moved and j is now in a hospital somewhere in England. Robert received a broken j right leg September 30 in France. Mrs. Holland Cramer and daugh-ter. Betty and granddaughter Caro- lyn Chapman have returned to their; Arrow auto home in Los Angeles. CaMf. after! visiting here for the past month. Watch Hay Don't lose the value of your hay by late cutting, improper curing, excessive handling or poor storage. 202 S. Main PaI Hungprford ' CLINTON, IND. CUjiTwd Ad. Sell Most Anytbk.