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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 4

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,. Friday, November .24, 1011. THE DAILY CLINT ONI AN I?ag Four coast of leyte, sank a, small J:lp quont American gains to the south left the Japanese fighting defen freighter, -two luggursV and three troop-laden barges. '. Universal Scouts Receive Charter sive battle after tien. jouioyuuu ... ntmnmtu in mount a suc ( Clinton Social Notes cessful counter-attack failed despite At PTA Meeting the fact that he had rusliea inou-sands of fresh troops to the battle- Russ Capture Key to Baltic Escape Routes (Continued from page 1) pa ' Berry Vilatalns I The black' burrahtr 'cdnrains two or three times -as much vitamin C as the orange; the strawberry has about the same amount and the red raspberry about one-half as much as the orange. Basket Dinner Enjoyed At Jolly Birthday Club Meet The Jolly Birthday Club met., tit the home of Hazel Beam to etAer brate her birthday 'recently. A delicious basket dinner was enjoyed at noon and the hostess received many lovely gifts. Among the thirteen members and two guestB present were Hazel Beam, Lucy Skelton, Cora Conner, Gladys Skinner, Gladys Green, Esther Hiddle, Aunt Belle Hlddle, Margaret Caldwell, Minnie King. Faye Fairview Economics Club Meets at Walker Residence Mrs. Koscoe Walker entertained the Fairview Home Economics Club front from Ormoc liay. I.iinim Major Obstacle. Llmon was a major obstacle to the American forces and stubborn ..j funmic-.l resistance from Yama- Hoy Scout Troop, No. 78 In (liurge of Irogram. Two Scout Awarded Second Class Hadgcs By ITA President Boy Scout Troop, No. 78 was in at her home in Fairview weunes-day afternoon with Mrs. Angellne shita's First Division holding the and lost several times within recent area, delayed culmination or tne months. Walker as assistant Hostess. The meeting was called to order charge of the program at the Universal P. T. A. meeting held Tuesday evening. Mr. Foulke. Scout Field Take 3,(WM Prisoners ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 North 7th Hi. PHONE 184-W PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT Newton, Amelia Good, Oils Hutson, In the Czechoslovakian battles Rada Dunn, Mrs. McGlnnis and Mrs. Executive, presented the troop with their annual charter and a pennant General Petroff's forces took an es by the president, Mrs. Roscoe Walker and the Christian and American Salute to the Flag, club creed and quotation were given in unison. Foltz. Leyle campaign by many days. While ground forces in the Union sector slugged ahead and others in rear areas to the northward continued to mop up remnants of scattered Jap forces around Plnampopoan and Capoocan, light naval surface signifying 100 percent subscription timated 3,000 German and Hungarian prisoners, the communique stat to 'Boy's Life" magazine. ed. Jerry Curry and Fred Taylor were The history of the song or tne month, "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" was given by Mrs. Andrew Simpson Smashing forward In a two- units and bombers and lighters oi l,ii Fifth Air Pnrrp continued to pronged thrust to clear the final and sung by the members. Mrs. May- remnants of enemy troops still cling hack away at enemy Installations awarded their second class badges by Ivan Curry, president of the P. T. A. Movie films, taken at Scout Camps were shown after which the boys sang several pep songs. MONUMENTS 0 A Complete J.lne For Service Drop Ck A Card L W.Walsh Monument Co. 8114 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indiana ing to the Tisza river bank, Marshal Mrs. Conrad Kite Is (he mother Rod Ion Y. Mallnovsky'a second Ck of a son born Saturday, Nov. 18 at and lines or transportation. Light naval units, presumably PT boats, operating in waters near the Camotcs Islands and off the west rainian army overran the fumed During the business meeting of Hungarian wine center at Tokay the P. T. A. Mrs. Bertha Richard Then advanced westward to Tarczal the Vermillion county hospital. The infant weighed five pounds three ounces and has been named Michael Eugene. Conrad Kite, the baby's fa nie Smith had charge of the devotions period. Roll call was answered with a Thanksgiving quotation from the Bible. The regular business meeting was held and a very interesting lesson on Care and Cleaning of Wood Surfaces was given by Mrs. Fern Brown. The next meeting Is to be a Christmas dinner and gift exchange at son gave a very Interesting report of the regional meeting held recent for another five miles. The communique stated that Ma ly at Bloomlngton. ther, is 1st class fireman in the li Chairmen were appointed for spe nked States Navy. linovsky's troops took exactly 2550 prisoners during the day. bringing the total to 14.470 who have been cial programs. Mrs. Mable Stokes i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ingram, Montezuma, are the parents of a i K captured from Nov. 8 to Nov. 22. Aim at Hull ( enter baby girl born Tuesday at the coun which time mystery pals will be revealed. Mrs. William Beard of Fair- BE u ...tvnDi'nc ai,' r-nnn VALUES CAN LAID i Front line dispatches indicated ty hospftal. The Infant weighed five pounds 15 ounces and has been named Carol Lee. Mrs. Ingram was for AWAY OX EASY PAYMENTS UNTIL CHRISTMAS, f 8 that the Red army also was slogging through deep mud In a con merly Miss Rosemary Jean Scott. NEW APRONS 89t tinued drive aimed at the important Hungarian railway center rt Hatvan 30 west of Tokay, and ai alnst the view will be hostess for the dinner December 20. Birthday Is Observed At Thanksgiving Dinner Miss Minnie York was the honored guest at a Thanksgiving dinner held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williamson of South Eighth street vesterdav afternoon. She observed for Founder's Day. Ivan Curry, program in charge of the fathers, and Mrs. Bertha Richardson for the mother's meeting. Following the meeting, delicious refreshments were served by the committee composed of Mrs. Violet Huntain. Mrs. Thelma Morris, Mrs. Robert Stokes and Mrs. Joe Sturgeon. Boy Scouts attending were Bobby Richardson, Guy Neal Vanzo, Billy Curry. Jerry Curry, Ray Huffman. Gerald McDowel, Derek Maxwell, Joe Sturgeon, Fred Taylor, Richard Wright and Don Vaughn. Carl Richardson is the Scout Master. . Annual Delt Dance to Draw Crowd Tonight Tiuuiksgiving Dance of Local Sorority Planned TonJliti Mrs. Don Doughty iNicral OuUrnuui of Social Kvent Many reservations have been made and a large crowd Is expected for the annual Thanksfiivlim dance of the Delta Theta Tau sorority to be held tonight from 9 p. in. to 1 a. m. in the Aragon Ballroom. Leo Baxter and his orchestra will play for the dance which la one of the outstanding affairs of the year. Proceeds of the dance are used by the sorority to further Its charitable and philanthropic work both in the city and with the national organization. Mrs. Don Doughty is general chairman of the dance and will be assisted by the following committee heads: Mrs. J. B. Morgan, decorations; Mrs. Jane Tompkins, place; Mrs. Robert Dempsey, orchestra; Mrs. John Ooldner. tickets; Mrs. Kick Karanovicb, reservations; and Mrs. James Ashley, checkroom. Christmas party plans were made at the regular meeting of the sorority Tuesday night with a dinner set for Dec. 19. Mrs. John Miller is chairman of the party committee. - Christmas Party Planned At Loyal Hearts Class '. Mrs. Charles Doughty was hostess to the Loyal Hearts Class of the Christian Church at her home on Tuesday night with Mrs. William Cogan assisting. Mrs. Joe Shaw, president, presided at the business meeting prior to the devotional period. Refreshments were served and the evening was spent socially. Piano music and singing were enjoyed. Those present were Mrs. Joe Shaw, Mrs. James Shaw, Mrs. Claude Baird. Mrs. Joe Marks, Mrs. William Vastbinder, Miss Ruth Harrison, Miss Mary Blair. Mrs. Bob Barbee, Mrs. Leon Woody, Mrs. E. P. Lowry, Mrs. John Iirammer, Mrs. Frank Crawford. Mrs. Tom Sal-mond, Mrs. Melvin Kirkman and the hostess. The Christmas party will be held at the next meeting with Mrs. Balrd and Mfs. Shaw as hostesses. DEB Members Entertained At Dugger Residence Here industrial city of Miskolc, north of Budapest. (An Ankara dispatch, heard by CBS in New York, quoted a Geneva report as stating the pro-Nazi Hun Colors and Styles I'll To Large Sizes BLANKETS Heavy Winter Weight, Kuil .Size $3.98 - $4.98 Baby Bath Robes $1.48 Baby Blankets 49c, $1.98 LADIES SLACKS Fast Colors $1.98 - $2.95 . Children's Mittens - 39c Mrs. George Bakas, 1301 North garian government has been evacu her seventy-second birthday and re Eighth street, was admitted to the ated from Budapest into Austria. A Reuter agency dispatch from Zurich Vermillion County hospital Wednesday as a medical case. revealed that the former Hungarian ceived many nice gifts. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Morgan. Danville, III., Mrs Carl Isley, Miss Billie Clark, V. A York and son of Terre Haute. Mr regent, Admiral Nicholas Horthy, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Griffin at Miss Dolly Wiltermood of 639 Elm Street; Eoda Baldoni, Detroit; Mrs. Frank Kazakevich, North Seventh now Is held by the Germans near Munich. He was arrested following failure of. bis .coup for an armis and Mrs. Paul York and daughter of Chicago, III., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd tended the Indiana Sheriff's Association meeting held Monday and Tuesday at Lafayette. Important questions were brought up at this meeting. street; Mrs. Mary Hayes, South Sixth street and Mrs. Joe Blue and baby of Detroit were dismissed from Williamson and children of Blan-ford, Mrs. Minnie Russell and daugh tice.) - Xortli Drive Continues I The Russia communique, describ ing advances on Oesel Island, "hat-ies for the liquidation of the ene the county hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Marlon Cummings of Nebe- A Complete New Line of Wagons Scooters Rocking Horses Push Toys Trucks Drums Books Hundreds of New Items Suitable for Christmas A L R D A W I ker street was dismissed from the Ladies Bhu-k Pullover SWEATERS All Wool $2.98 Winter Caps Men's - Boys 49c - 79c oj Gaming ( my," grouped on the southern tip ter, Mrs. Louise Bittermore and children. Miss York and Mr. and Mrs Williamson. Pvt. Stef fey Honored At Dinner Party Recently Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Stickle of the island. Three heavily forti Friday fied places Turju, Ide and Naede, Wabash Camp 1517, RNA, regu were captured on Oesel. I lar meeting with Mrs. H. B. Miller 914 Kim street, 7:30 p. m. Clinton, entertained with a dinner in honor of Mrs. Stickles brother. CHILDREN'S BUTTON SWEATERS $1.85 county hospital Thursday. Oil Bath for Eggs A simple oil bath could save eggs which spoil each year because of delay in marketing or in faulty storage. Oiled eggs stored 18 months ago at 31 degrees at Michigan State college lost practically no moisture and were well preserved. A highly refined, colorless oil was used, and no technical skill was required. Treatment cost less than a half-cent per dozen eggs. Pvt. Leonard Steffey of Camp Croft, Job's Daughters, inspection, 7:30 p. m. Dinner at the Methodist Church, 5:30 p. m. Master Masons S. C. recently. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. John and Eastern Stars are invited. Any U. S. Infantrymen Threaten Entire Leyte Defense Line (Continued trom page 1) Steffey, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil L. Reed one wishing to attend the dinner sii uur tfwii SUIT CASES PICTURE Ktriel or Hark Colors COUNTER Small and Large Siz.es Many $1.60-$1.98-$2.45 25c 59c 89c $1.00 and $1.65 and $1.59 and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Steffey and son of St. Bernice, Mrs. Marcella Hutson and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John Ugo and family of Crompton Hill, Mrs. Mildred Hutson J LARGE MIRRORS Full Line $1.49 - $1.98 - $3.95 call Peg Helms, 622-J by Wednesday. Clinton Township Farm Bureau. 8 p. m. at the Crompton Hill school-house. Bring a pie. Monday Jerusalem Chapter 254 OES meeting at the hall, 7:30 p. m. Friend's night. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Tay SilAJIAJljJliiJiAjlilJiClJlAJi which gives promise of allowing wid 50C j lor and son of Clinton, Mrs. Leonard Chamois Ig. er deployment of American forces j Steffey of Harvey, 111. and the bon now pushing toward the town of Ormoc, the enemy's last major defen ' Mrs. Edna Dugger entertained the members of the DEB Club at her 50 Oil Mops Simple Test Aids Thousands Who Are Hard of Hearing Thanki to an tur no-riilc bearing test, many thousand wko have been temporarily deafened, now u; they bear well again. If y are bothered by ringing, buzuny bead noises due to hardened or coagulated wax ceriunen), try the Ourine Home Method text. You must bear better after making tbi simple test or you get jour money back at once. Ask about Ourue Eu Dief todaj at sive center on the western coast of NOVELTIES Vor IVizcs tint lUfts A Full Cmiiiti'r lOc 15c 25c uo to $1.98 HEAVY-BROOMS J tiome with all in attendance. Each member answered I lie roll ored guest. Euchre and Bunco Party Held At Lodge Meeting Leyte. Indicating the Importance of the call with a current event. Bunco latest American gains. General Mac- 98C - $1.39 i SHOP EARLY! j The regular Pocahontas Lodge eu was played with Mrs. Margaret Crowder winning travel and bunco; Arthur declared the Japanese have water wen . After planting, water the trees and shrubs well. The ground should not be allowed to dry out, at least during the first year. If rain does not keep the ground moist, continue watering. A mulch of peat moss or straw will help to save moisture. been forced to relinquish "a criti Mrs. Dugger, high; and Mrs. Turn cal defensive line at a mountainous defile with open rolling terrain far TTOMBAUGH'S j 2e TO Sl.fin STORK ther south in the Ormoc corridor. The whole Yamashita line is in dan ger of being rolled up." Occupation of Limon and suhse- Behind the Seen in - er, low. Others present were Mrs. Evalyn Kelley, Mrs. Jesse Richmond. Mrs. Rovlne Eaton, Mrs. Louise Conner and Mrs. Jennie Ross. The next meeting will be the first of December with Mrs. Turner on South Fifth street. STEAK DIXXER Miss Annabelle Hunter was hostess for a delicious steak dinner served Wednesday, noon at the Universal School. Guests were William S. Kisbet, trustee, Miss Sarah Shew, Mrs. Rachel Bozarth, Mrs. Minnie Foltz, Mrs. Gladys Oard and Miss Violet Riso and Oscar Lamb. HOLLYWOOD chre and bunco party was held at the hall Thursday evening. Miss Rachel Campbell and Mrs. William Foster won high in the euchre games, Mrs. Fame Eberwine and Mrs. Cliff Vitalie, second high: and Mrs. Maggie Rhodes and Mrs. David Lindsey, lones. Prizes in the bunco were awarded to Mrs. Anna Bodnar, high; Mrs. Jess Oliver, second high; and Mrs. Virgil Payton, bunco. MOTHERS LEISI RB Cl.lH Members of the Mothers Leisure Club met at the borne of Mrs. Miller on Elm street for their regular meeting recently. During the evening, bunco waB enjoyed with Mrs. Gregory winning, bunco: Mrs. John McLeish, high and Mrs. Apa, low. Refreshments were served and the next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Apa on Elm street in LET US HELP YOU MAKE THIS By HARRISON CARROU Else Features Syndicate Writer HOLLYWOOD Strictly within Jie privacy of her home, Lana CHRISTMAS A WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS! Turner has been experimenting with a lady s pipe a small-bowled , - affair with HOURS OF RELAXATION! . . . ' t Tea Klein, iana TV the Follies theater live at the Barclay hotel where the first victim was discovered. . . . Did you know that Dave Hempstead, the R-K-0 producer, once turned down an English professorship at the University of Michigan? . . . Parkyar-karkas defines a genius as a man who can make anything but a living. Everything happening at onct for Warner Starlet Joy Barlowe She gets a wonderful screen break in "The Big Sleep" and she's Just become engaged to First Lt H. N Ahrens of the Marine Air Corns have a new hair-cut for "Week -End at two weeks. CEMETERY MEMORIALS MO.MME.VTS and MARKERS Terre Haute Monument Co. SHELL V. I.rCE Fhuo 38 BpreMBlatire AOS 8. Clintoa the Waldorf." Full In the front and shingled in the back. Something like the Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell of 610 fcouth Mam were guests Thanks giving day at a chicken dinner held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford ate Lilyan The two were childhood sweet, hearts in St. Paul. Minn., and re- fir Helt and daughter, Louise, who live Tashman used to wear. six miles northwest of Clintoa tlie Salem neighborhood. . Horriton Carroll The Jack Hopes (he is met when the lieutenant attended a Navy pre-fiight school near Oakland. The marriage is planned for January when the lieutenant, who is 24 years old and a squadron commander, expects a leave from the South Pacific Staff Sergeant Harold Simpson of Casper, Wyo. and Mrs. Delia Simp son of Bedford, Ind were the guests Bob's brother and business manager and she's the former Gay Mc-Quade of vaudeville) are in the midst of a quiet divorce. They separated three weeks ago and the suit already has been filed. R-K-O will install special heat- this week of Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Simpson and family of South Eighth street. Mrs. Charles W. Huxford, Jr. and son, Wayne, of Parke County has ing equipment on a big stage bo flu -stricken Paul Hen re id can start Wanted To Duy . -50-Used Cars HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID WILSON, JUSTICE AND OSELLA AUTO SALES (Formerly iaU-mua Auto Co.) The Spanish Main" on schedule. Haven't heard of this being done , You should get a load of Burgess Meredith with his head partially shaved to look like bald-pated Ernie Pyle In Lester Cowan's "GI Joe." They were going to use a wig since M-G-M kept a "temperature engineer" on the Gar bo seta. He ran around with a thermometer, making sure that the stage was but decided on the real thing. Ail that's left of Burgess' fine shock of hair is a fringe like Pyle's or Guy kept at an even heat gone to Camp Wolters, Tex. for an indefinite visit with C. W. Huxford. Jr. who is stationed there. Mrs. Charles W. Huxford, Sr. oi Parke County has returned holm-after visiting friends and relatives in Toledo and Port Clinton, O. and Detroit, Mich. Kibbeea. es, sir, Paulette God-card's groom certainly is de-glamorized. Karrow escape from a bad accident on 'The Virginian" location. Barbara Britton was supposed to fall off a horse, which she did, but the noise slipped in tile mud and danced all over her prone figure. Paramount says die got two cracked ribs. HOLLYWOOD HI-JINKS: Joan B!oni3elI and her youngsters will be hosts to 20 orphans on Christmas. Joan is renting bicycles and ponies and is planning a full day of entertainment. . . . Hollywood very proud of Martin Schwab, youngest of the Schwab brothers, who is back from two years of combat in almost every European area. He was on a minesweeper and bad many hair-raising escapes. . Aftor "Rlrwl iin th Run " nitw.nF Quilted rayon satin robe for cold evenings that call for a cup of tea and a cood book! Pastel floral print, fitted waistline, long flowing ekirt. Definitely lush! Sizes 12-2". Ay&' 'i'-m Have Your Dry-Cleaning Done "THE -MODEL WAV" 1 Larrji anucic nas a c c e p t d Frank Lloyd has promised his Tailored Rayon Faille ROBE Sturdy fabric, straight lines, good overlap. Practical col- Qn ors, piped with wbile; 12- IliuU 20; 4;-4. W ,323 S. MAIN :-: PHONE 13 536 S. FOURTH :-: PHONE 55 i missus to take a month's vacation. He started the picture 10 days fand who wouldn't?) an invitation to speak at the American Nobel anniversary dinner in New York. Dec. 10. The invitation was a trib MODEL CLEANERS; Lovely In RAYON CREPE after leaving the Army. . . . Rene Clair off to Paris on the completion of "Ten Little Indians." He expects to be two years making an authentic picture of the French underground. . . . Lionel Hampton has a six-week guarantee with an option for four more at New York's .Strand theater, beginning in mid-December. . . . Clover club had to protect a drunk who threw a gla.s Glamorous. long, flowing ute to Darryl for his picture. "Wilson." t . . Shelly Mitchell, Cugat's blond vocalist, announces her engagement to 28-year-old MaJ. Bob Upton, just back from overseas. . Alan Ladd off next week on a four-week tour of Army hospitals in the west. His first stop will be Walla Walla. Washington, where he once was stationed. . . . Local burlesque circles agog over Los Angeles' rip-jr. inurdeis, Half the players aji Your larty dre: your IruM'uest uit. Send lli.-in HKItE. Mreet fr ks to boot. We'll clean tlietu Al.l a "MoliKI' cleaning, Kor "Model" ha an I I.TR K meaning! lines with flattering front fullness. Smooth soft rayon crepe in danity pastel designs. Bracelet length Sleeves. Q.90 at Comeiian Jack Marshall Jack took it in stride but three guests wanted Jo beatpp ih betk:?r, ,

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