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November 30, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Thursday, November 30, 1944. T II K 1) A IKY CI. INTONIAN Cage Two Fi:J-Si'af Work In Russian, US Tool Contracts Fired in Field Figures show that, in normal times, 88 per cent of the shotgun shells produced are fired in the field. The remaining 12 per cent are shot at the traps or in the sport of skeet. Of the 88 per cent shot in the field, the rabbit attracts 29.6 per cent of the composite sportsman's fire, more than double that of his nearest competitor, the squirrel. tezuma and Mis. Sarah Ingram and Mr. and Mrs. .Man In Keaiikii of Hillsdale. Mr. and -Mrs. Raymond Little spent Thanksgiving Day at Indianapolis with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest K. Russell and daughter. Carol Jean, and Clay rearer, all of Indianapolis, spent Thanksgiving Day with Mrs. Kniuia K. Southard and family of Hillsdale. SAVE FUEL! Cover your screen doors and the windows with Flex-O-Glass to keep out the cold and keep in the heat. Try Mortite Utility Tape, the New Plastic Weather Strip that unrolls like ribbon. It has hundreds of uses. Plug up all openings and cracks around windows, doors and transoms. We also have rubber covered and felt weather strip. The wood weather si rip with the felt is fine for doors that do not fit well. LEWIS HARDWARE & BOOK STORE (Continued iiocd page I) Aroilnd-I he-clock keep the plant at working shifts lull production, tile war effort. all directed toward I,,,,,,,,,,),, (i,ntt.s In addition to the contracts ac-i quired under the lend-lease pro-; gram, 250 domestic customers are on the books of the plant with tools und tool-manufacturing equipment furnished to hundreds of Industries throughout the country. Newest of the local plant's projects includes work on Navy rocket planes and on the U-29 bombers. Reflecting the increasing pressure of the war against Japan both works have been given priorities with the rocket plane contracts taking first place. Huron Indians In Quebec Huron Indians, remnants of the tribe driven eastward by the Iroquois, have established homes at An-cienne Lorette, near Quebec. HP SECTION 58S VjU,..-.,..,,....!!...,.. .U.IH.,1.111 .111 I m-ii i I i r-- - ' I ' day wit I Wednesday night and TInli her grandparents. -Mi uniH Mts Beaufort! shewmakej'. t Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hall and children of Indianapolis were guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Collett Harrison Saturday. .Mrs. Clarence Fader and son. Marshall of Marion left Sunday evening after spending Thanksgiving with Mrs. Fader's parents. Mr. and Mrs. nans iiismii. Mr. and All's, cinory iioueuiaie anil family spent Thanksgiving Day with Mrs. Bonebrake's niece, Mrs. Marvin Long and family of Terre Haute. Ordnance Massed Behind Forces Hilling Cerniany . f Vtn.n-iV1 V m pHJCe I racy but fires a somewhat lighter shell. Today fhesu funis are well forward ulonp the western front, I throwing shells on targets far to. the enemy's rear with t he aid of aer-; ia I observation. Heavy American artillery of this type has proved a source of amazement to the Cermans because of its mobility. The (Jermaiis have used such heavy mins only where railway servicing is possible instead of nio'iiiting them on carriages which can be towed across the countryside by prime movers. At St. Malo a buttery of the giant 8 Inch guns laid direct fire at 2,-o 00 yards on the citadel fori. La-Lr. after being used at Hrest, the battery moved hundreds of miles to iew positions in a five-day march, in example of mobility never before known to heavy artillery. The mount and gun together weigh .i" tons but the unit can move nearly as fast as light f artillery. Twenty-four ihen make up the full crew of an s-inch gun, which can be made ready for firing several hours after arriving at a new position. . f.., Upper Coal Branch Mr. and Mrs. Man ford Hoiycross and Karl, Hattie and Barbara Ann Hoiycross and Mr. and Mrs. Hert. Eickejman were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Orville Hines and family. : Clifford lioss and family entertained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ross of Perrysville Thanksgiving Day with a Turkey dinner. Orville Hines and family and Arnold Webb called on Manford Holy-cross and family Sunday. Relatives from Chicago are visit- j ing Mr. and Mrs. Le Hoy Swingle. ! Barbara Ann Hoiycross spent : Thursday evening with Beverly Pra-: ther. A turkey dinner was served. ' Mr and Mrs. Victor Eickelman of ! Danville were Sunday dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Bert Kichelman. ! i ! ' ' .a At. . . Harlan's Hardware Store Headquarters for Toys i 1 Recent Events In Hillsdale Holiday Guests Noted In Several Local Homes ; , WSCS Holds All-Day Meet The WSC'S of the Mi'Uiodist Church will meet for an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. irariih Ponton Wednesday. Miss Mary Rose Hardesty who has employment at Dayton. O. spent the week end here with her mother, Mrs. Marion Hardest'. Mrs. Silvia Stewart of Kvansvillr spent a few days here the latter part of last week. Mrs. Anna Arnold of Homer. III. spent last week here with Mrs. Clyde Russell and daughter. Vera. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Morgan and children of Chrisman, III. and Mrs. Hobert Morgan and son. Jimmy of Champaign. III. and Mrs. Melvin Sykes and two sons spent Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Sykes. Jimmy Russell and Bobby Stewart spent the last of the week' at Indianapolis with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jim York entertained for Thanksgiving Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Stewart and children. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ru jell and Mr. and Mrs. Linzie Former and family. Mrs. Laura Mitchell spent a few days last week at the home of Mr. end Mrs. Miller of Heirs Prairie. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bartlett and children of Montezuma were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Her-rick Sunday. Mrs. Frances Mitchell of Indianapolis spent the week end here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. strauder Short and daughter. Nancy who had visited here since Thursday returned home with her mother. Mrs. Edith Wright and son uf Clinton visited her aunt, Mrs. Audrey Graham a few days last week. Mrs. Henry Akers has been cry 111 at her home the last few days. Mrs. Grace Houghlancl and daughter. Mary Louise of Paris. III. visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Richards Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Watts and sun spent the week end at Uracil, Ind. Miss Polly Ponton visited her uncle's family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ponton at Indianapolis last week end and Miss Mary Frances Heber went accompanied her and visited her aunt, Mrs. Roy Davis and family. Mr. and Mrs. Davis returned with them and spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Heber. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mack and children from Denton Harbor. Mich, visited friends here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Kennedy entertained Thanksgiving Day Mrs. Belle Kennedy'and son, Joe of Mon QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptom! of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS due to EXCESS ACID Free BookTellsofHonwTreatnwnt that Must Help or It Will Cost You Nothing Owtwomllllon boltlesoftboWILLARD TREATMENT have beco sold for relief of iymptomsof rUstress arising from Stomach sad Duodenal Ulcers duo to Eicess Acid-Poor Difostion, Sour or Upet Stomach, OaMlneti, Heartburn. Sle.plesnett, etc., due to feces. Acid. Sola on I 5 .lays' mall Aik for 'WHIard'f Menage" wuicu fully aplaloa tide treatment Iree at Wil l is l'HAKMAI V rowr.i.i.'H I'll A KM AC V WUITl I'HAIIJIAI V jjii Airplane Kits Wooden Airplanes GAMES Bingo Quiz Kids Mail-a-Game BUiLD-A-SET TOYS jj TRAIN AND STATION f & EDUCATIONAL TOYS Blackboards Magic Slates SEWING KITS FOR GIRLS Center News Of Interest Two Local Residents Honored on Birthdays; Bridgeton Guests Call Mrs. John Hammond and children of Baltimore. Md. are visiting! with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wright. Dr. and Mrs. William II. Roesch- , lien of Worthington spent Thursday i and Friday with her sister, Lois Pay ton. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Adam Osmon of Parke County spent last week end I with Mr. and Mrs. Jump Houchin. Miss Margaret Crane of Mishawa-I kit and Miss Virginia Crane of South ' Bend spent the holidays with their j parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crane. Mrs. Dora Crane and daughter, Margaret and Virginia called Fri-jday afternoon on Mrs. Hirt Ford. Mrs. Hoy Slurni and son, Ronnie I Ray and Mrs. Hay Heber spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Milligan and children of Clinton. Mrs. Adam Osmon and children of Parke County were dinner guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Craft on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Myers and children. Mr. and Mrs. Uulon Myers and Carl Myers spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eaton of Fairview. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sturm entertained Sunday with a birthday dinner honoring Mrs. Otha Heber and Karl Willis Myers. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. F.rnost Meyers and children. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heber. Jr. and daughter, Rae-lene, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Heber, Mrs. Vara Osmon of Clinton. Mrs. Mexa Wildon of Terre Haute and Mrs. Lou Morrison of Los Angeles, Calif. Miss Lois Payton is moving to an apartment ill Clinton for the winter, j Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Redinon of Dana spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hirt Ford. ! .Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Crane and children of Hridgeton spent Thanks-! giving with his parents, Mr. and i Mrs. Cecil Crane. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Milligan and j daughters of Hridgeton and Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Myers and daughter, ' rtarhara Ann were Sunday dinner ; guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hirt Ford. ! Afternoon aailers were Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Iledinon of Dana and Mrs. i Otner Myers and daughter Lelia and isoti. Hobby of Centenary. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wright and i Mrs. John Hammond and children ! of Haltimore, Md. spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Charles j Birt of Terre Haute. : Ernestine Crane, a nurse of Union Hospital, spent the week end with ; her parents. Mr. anil Mrs. Milton , Crane. Tasty Sherbet , For a tasty sherbet use apricot ' whole fruit nectar as the liquid in- l gredient. THK Modem ice refrigerator is be- auliful in appear ance and Is, iu many ways, superior to any oilier refrigerator in efficiency. A cuke of ice lasta 4 to H days. The original cost Ib very low when compared with others. It never wears out or breaks down. No won (Wt more and more people are turning to ice. Button Picture Sets Dart Games 3k Ouija Boards Full Toys Ride-a-IIorsey j Tiny Tots1 Red Rocking Chairs Harlan's Hardware Store I Get In the Scrap! Bo I. PAVEY ABSTRACTS NOTARY FUBIJO NEWPORT. IND. Ues. 734 Walnut St. Clinton, Intl. Tel. M9-J -i r St., Clinton 3 tz. fkg. 1 7C ib. 27c 325 the bottle guarantee of (SfM satisfaction. WfiUi CLINTON vV A puWEBSPBIBt : Pancake j Flour I News Events In Eugene Thanksgiving Guests Call At Local Homes; Seamen Spend Leaves at Home Robert Tillotsin and son, Bobbie, and Melvin Crowder spent Sunday with Tech. Sgt. C.lenlyn Tillotsin at the Billings' General Hospital at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cox and family of Danville and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Crowder were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tillotsin Sunday evening. Mrs. Ellon Dowers is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gruniley and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Crowder spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Dowers. P. J. Gruniley, S 2-c, returned to Newport, R. I., after a ten day leave with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gruniley and sister. Betty. Mrs. Francis Keister and daughter. Zelpha. made a business trip to Newport Monday. Phillip Prilchard of Danville was the guest of Wayne Dowers Friday evening. A. T. Donald Reid of Keesler Field. Ala., who has been spending a 15 day furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. Reid. will return to his air place the latter part of this week. Mrs. Iteulab Dowers and son, Wayne, and A. T. Donald Reid called on Mrs. Grace Voumans at Newport Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Tillolson and children spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Vox and family of Danville. 111. Helen Keister spent Friday night with Miss Betty Gruniley. Helen Tillolson spent her vacation with her aunt, Mrs. Glenn Cox and family at Danville. Mrs. Ola English of Newport spent Wednesday night with her sister, Mrs. Matlie Brown of Eugene. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Underwood spent Wednesday with Mrs. Francis Keister. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dowers ai d sons. Wayne and . Marvin, had as Matlie Hruwn were also there. Mrs. Will Collier of Hunirick. Mrs. dinner guests Thanksgiving, Mr. unci Mrs. Vernie Taylor and daughter, Ola English of Newport and "Irs. Mrs. Nina Hollen were callers of Mrs. Flora Weatherman Thursday evening. Mrs. Edith Devore spent the weekend with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Vel-ma Bodene of Terre Haute. Mrs. Leora Nichials of Liberty called on Mrs. Mattie Brown Saturday afternoon. Seaman first class E. William 'Ullddy" Keister reported back to Bremerton. Wash, last Wednesday after spending a 26 day furlough at home with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Keister and other relatives. Site has just returned to the United States after having been stationed at Kodiak, Alaska for I lie past months. Marvin Dowers spent from Thursday until Saturday with his aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Will Collier at Humrick, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Russell McLane 'entertained several relatives at a turkey dinner Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dowers failed on Mrs. Ola English at Newport Sunday evening. Mr. and .Mrs. O. II. Weatherman and daughter. Bertha, of Kingman were callers of Mrs. Flora Weatherman and Mrs. Belle elarli Sunday e elling. Wilma Shilinian spent Saturday night villi Helen and Zelpha Keister Summit Grove News and Notes .ues. at Harrison Home; Giit'st at Sunday Dinner; Thanksgiving Guests Here ( pi Donald Wiillacf, Kl. BellllillK. fia. who is Biw'iidini! a 15 day fur-louph with rt'lativi was guest of honor at a dinni'l' civrn '' his sister, Mrs. Colh'tt Harrison. Sunday. Oilier (.'lusts welt- Mr. and Mrs Wayne Crouch and children of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Wal-I ,,.. Teiie llaiile. Mr. and Mrs. I.o- ren Wallace and children r. Cerald Wallace and , Mr. and daughter and Shirley llrohniier of Shepards- 111.-. I.ois Jean White was niuhl tuest at the home of Joyce llonehraUe Wednesday. Mrs. Marv Allen. Kincman spent Ihe day Sunday with her sister Mrs. Ileaul'ord Sliewmakei'. Mrs. l.uella Davis returned home Sunday alter spendinK the past few-weeks with Mrs. Jordeti at Dana. Mary Adeline Thursday and grandparents. Mt Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. children llloed Harrison vibited Friday with her . and Mrs. Warren Milo Hi-skelt and into the Homer i Snioi'k I li ini.' I Thursday They were oar Hillsdale. Mr. and Mrs. Harold l.andis and daughter. Dana, railed on Mrs. l.andis' hrolher. Kniory Bonehtake and family Sunday evening. Mrs. Viola Ferguson spent Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs J Fellows. Clinton and visited ner son Charlie Ferguson and family 354-356 No. Ninth p m n ft eft n NAVY FLEET MINCE j VICTOR PALONCY 'r ;j Pike & Lincoln Streets 1 T . , CI I i ICE REFRIGERATION IS BEST BECAUSE: It's Ihe Most Economical Way to Koep Foods Frefch! SECONDENO BROS. Universal, Ind. MEAT DAOHTLESS MTrmH REX Jp DauRtless GRAPEFRUIT JUICE No. 2 can 15c (SEAL'S MARKET 328 N. Ninth St. Pancake Flourp ihim' In. See the Itefritferator. Let I s IVuve That It in IWM FARMERS PRIDE BLUE RIBBON FL0UR25lbs.S1.12 558 N. Eighth St. 'BLui'&iien I -a! Sf' . ft VjT 14 LEU. BLEACHCD 'J rimm ' HULMAN& C0.J WALNUTS MIXED NUTS PECANS FILBERTS AND CANDY J5uy Them Now and Put Them Away For The Holidays. IVAN SVETKOFF 1201 North 7th Street Do Your Christmas Shopping at the Christmas Bazaar 9k PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Farmers Pride ROLLED OATS 20 12c CRISCO IS: 62ice .(LEAN-ALL 25c Friday, December 1 RINS0"25 LUX SOAP 4 bars 29 This name on rap is a quality and Look for "OILED 0ATS Huxv.-t 'A Doors Open 7:30 p. m. Everyone Welcome HANDIWORK CANDY APRONS CANNED GOODS CAKES CHICKENS and EGGS FISH POND c 13 PI HE SULK, when buying milk. a 3ft the Children IVORY SNOW Iqe. box 25c PRESTO WHITE 2 ibs for t9c Friday. Mr. and Mis. Charles Owens. Terre Haute vere guests nf Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heskett Sunday. Mary Lou l'otter, Dana si'eiil Free Movies for

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