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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 8

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Thursiluy, November 30, 1 91 f. THE DAILY CLINTONI AN Tage Eight Three Cayuga Clubs Hold Meetings In Past Week; Servicemen on Leave The Women's Literary Club met-, family spent Thanksgiving and their at the home of Mrs. Grace Darroch. vacation with relatives in Colfay. Two new members joined the club. Mrs. J. B. Anhle and son Joe were They were Mrs. Grace Kirchoi'f and j Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mrs. Mrs. Holly Wade. Mrs. Huhy Kuhii8I,. 8. Wall and her sister Mrs. Lela read an article on the conditions in , St. Clair. In the afternoon they ac- DIIDI IP UflTIPF I UWklW HVIIWk r.KOAJ, 1VOTICK OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice js lierchy jjiveu tlint (he Local A leoliol ie 1 tevera e loa rd of Wnni i I i on n.iuilv, InUiujiu, will ut 9 a. in. Cent nil Wiir Tin.- on Mic liiili ;!:i,v of Jfoci'inhcr, J!iiJ Hi llio Clom s Office, fourt JIuusi1 In the City (or town) of Newport in u id County, begin invcstiKiilloii of tliu tHijiliciiliontt of tin- follow NiK li.mu'U per-Boiiti, ri'tjiii'sl inn I ui inniie lo ( lie iipjili VJiuls, ut (he locutions JierHiiiiftiT net out, of the Alcoholic lU'vcniK' i'oriints of the cliipics Jifiviiiiil'lor di'siniilcd mid will, tit na'u (inn mid place, rewive inronii-i-tion eonccriiiiijr (he fitness of Hiiid iip-plicanls, find (lie propriety of iNsnintf the permits upplk'd for lo such upplkmils ut tie' preiiiiMrri inimerl ; Jirniio Cojiiri, Ni7, (Itctmini n( ). .Vd) N. Sll. .''t.. Cliiittm lircr. Wine i(el:iiler. ,losi'ih Ctdoiuho, (J'ilHiilp' .Shire). .Wl X. Dili SI., Clinlon - l.liiuoi'. Wine I ler. Slr.MNl Ory, 77!:i. ( Ki'Miliininl ). Went i-idi- of CeiM'l llonw' ijlljire, Newport ltecr. Wiiie Jleliiller. BUSINESS SERVICES FOUND A LARGe"sTOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bogart MoMlgas Station, Joe Glacoletto, Clinton. 32tf ? l i " "j '' irullin'Mvorl h and I!i f!y Kt"j'h; Jisiilor:?: Robert Mwro, Iretta H'iii-nett, Kslln-r liui-A", Jm - id Ca.nwi.i, , l.on.'Ua lluf;?;, Donald Sage:- cj-.d Liiily .Smil li; Kojdionion-:: Hetiy Ad HP'!, i'l'vprly A rrnsjiiit li, CharloUa ArrasiJiill), iH dure, iJnnold Hnl-livun, ixcnnuili Within:; uml iUunin KwKcy; Krrsfiiiiiin: Jack liiinoiitihs. Wary K. Jones, Lorene K'lh'.v, Jean L;nniH'i li, Virginia IauvAh rih, Johnhi Murray, Ilitnald NiUlsoii. Marion 1'nifl'itt and Hymn Vincent. Junior hiiMj srliuui hunur (Undent y are: ei.L'ht fvadc; Hi;i(M-y Wieki'iiB, liiiljara SU'wart, Chailulle Russell, Harhara JlemMjurtf and Donald Me-Masi'-rs; and evi-ntli j-'raili'; Mary 1 Lim Jl'iiTou;;!)1, J'aul Dt-nniH, Mary 1 A . I''ufi twr. J i t li JlullinBworth, I Rosalie llaf;, Marilyn Kersey, Mar- jorie Kier ami Ann AH'iviasiera. fx Temporary Licenses Only six states Delaware, Maine, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Washington and Florida grant temporary licenses to doctors awaiting examinations. With The CorapHmeBU CM fHE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for KOUIJKT COOK Cayuga Just Come la And Ask For Them! Watch This Space Every Day HOIK NAME MAI BE JfEXT Dig Double Feature BIG PICTURES blLLYS DARING SAVtS A BANK ?J 'f .... M ' i His Cuns To iL Clean Em Uo S't-.'W.lt&.fc' ' il cotnpanled Mrs. Wall lo the clinic at Champaign where Mrs. Wall received medical attention. She returned to Cayuga the same day but will go back to Champaign later for a checkup. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Brown entertained Thanksgiving the following relatives: Mrs. Emma Palmer and daughter. Hulda. Mrs. Lueh Brown all of Homer, Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stonestreet of Cayuga. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stalker left Tuesday of last week for the weBt coast. On the way they stopped at Rudd, Iowa for a visit with Mr. Stalker's parents. They will leave Rudd, Iowa and will head for Oakland, Calif., where they will make their home indefinitely. The Sojourner Club met. Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Mary Talbert. A chicken dinner was served at 7:00 o'clock. Election of officers were held with Mrs. Lucy Gil-lis being elected president and Miss Gladys Samuels elected secretary-treasurer. Bunco prizes were awarded to Mrs. Inez Gillis, bunoc; Mrs. Lena Ritter, high; Miss Gladys Samuels, travel and Mrs. Mary Talbert, low. The December meeting will be omitted and Hie gift ex change will be during the January , meeting. i Seaman 1c Eddie William Kei- ster, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Keister left for his base at Bremer ton, Wash. Wednesday after spending a .36 day furlough with his nareuts. Mr. and Mrs. William Kei ster. Private Glen Dowers returned to Camp Croft. South Carolina after spending a nine day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Hazel Dow ers. Coxswain Marion Walters left for California Wednesday after spend ing a fifteen day furlough here with his wife and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doc Walters. His parents recently nfertained at a dinner in his hon or a number of relatives and friends. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Barker and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Walters and family, Mrs, Charles Wallers and family. Warren Coffin and Lanore Spencer al Jof Cayngu. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Walters and family of Kingman, Mr. and Mrs. O rover Jones of Lerna, 111., Mrs. C. W. King and son. Mrs. Lydia Brown of Cham paign and M'ss Helen Myers of Georgetown, 111. Mr. and Mrs Cli;irles Congleton entertained Sunday in honor of their grandsons. IA. William Congleton and Adolph Congleton of the V. S, Navy. )A. William Congleton recently returned from the European theatre of war ond will return to Mi-1 ami, Florida for a rest period No-j vemher 20. He is 'the son of Mr.1 and Mrs, Lawrence Congleton. Ad ; olph is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde j Congleton of Danville, Illinois. I The Loyal Women's Class of the Christian Church will have their Christmas Party Wednesday evening, December flth at the home of Mrs. Lewis Tyler. Members are asked to bring a ten cent Christinas gift. Devotionals will be in charge, of Mrs. Mary Morgan and the en tertainment in charge of Mrs, Ce- lia Adams and Mrs. Margaret Ma lone. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tillotson have received word from their son, Glenlyn Tillotson that he has been transferred to Fort Benjamin Harrison hospital in Indianapolis. Tillotson recently landed in the states from France after being wounded in action. Affer landing the states he was transferred to a hospital in Miami. Florida, and was later sent to the Indianapolis unit hospital for treatment. OO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Japan. Light refreshments were served in the dining room. One guest was present. Karen Sue Kirchoff. A Thanksgiving dinner was held at the home of Mrs. Alice Jennings honoring Iter son, James E. Jennings F 2c of the United States Navy. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. James Jennings and daughter. Walter Blue ami Jacqueline Iiatha-way and Carl Hinote of VeederB-burg. James Jennings returned to lils base Monday. November 27th. He was called home two weeks ago by the death of his infant daugh ter. Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Bobbins had as Thanksgiving guests Mr. and Mrs. Marion Allen of Newport, Ind Miss Gladys Samuels had as week end guests Miss Bertha Samuels of Herrin, 111., Mrs. Carl Hulsey and daughter Lois of Clinton. Mrs. James Cornett spent Thanksgiving with her son, Mr. and Mrs Vance Cornett of Terre Haute. Mrs. Gerald Alice and family of Gary, Ind. spent last week here vis-iting relatives. Mrs. Rose Fable had as Thanks giving guests iter niece Mrs. Fioyd Grafton and daughter of Frankfort and Mrs. Margaret Malone. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Asbury are the parents of a daughter born Mon- I day, November 27th at St. Elizabeth I Hospital. Danville. Mrs. Carrie Bradbury, district dc-,puty of the Royal Neighbor Lodge, ', of Sullivan, Ind. was a guest Mon- day and Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harper and was a guest at the county Royal Neighbor convention held at the town hall Wednesday. Mr. and Ms. J. E. Beardsley and Russell Morgan attended the Purdue-Indiana football game at Lafayette Saturday. Pfc. Marvin G. Lloyd of Kan Fiancisco. Calif, is her on a furlough visiting his wife and also his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Lloyd. Mis Gladys Samuels spent family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hulsey at Thanksgiving with her sister and Clinton. Other guests in the Ualsey home were Miss Bertha Samuels of Herrin, Illinois. Mrs. Max Harper of near Champaign, Illinois spent the Thanksgiving vacation with her sister, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clark. She also visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Millikin at Greenwood, Ind. Mrs. Harper is a teacher in a rural school near Champaign. Miss Virginia Dowers of Terre Haute .spent Thanksgiving and tbe weekend, with her mother, Mrs. Hazel Dowers. Mr. and Mrs. John Crick and TODAY'S PATTFRN A campus pet, rattern 9115, Hie eolleRO Kills t'iiverie ull-I)Uiiose frock. I'rineens lines, easy to sew, with or willioul bodice lacings. Pattern 9115 in junior miss sizes: 10, II, 12. 13, 14. 15, 1, 17, IS. Size 13, 7 yls. 36-ln. nap: yd. cunlrast. Alphabet transfer included. Send TU'ENTV ,KNT8 In coins for tliis pattern to The Daily Clintonian, Pattern Dept., 155 N. Jefferson St.. Chieaso St). III. Print plainly sizi;. nam:, Aii)it:.s, stvM') M Mill It. FIFTEEN' CENTS more lirillKS you the Marian Martin Fall and Winter Pattern Book full of smart, easy-to-make styles. A free pattern js printed right in the book. Winter Skidding! m n ( I Rstes for Classified Ads and Paid Notices . First day Insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days Ipaertlon: the same te charge (you get three daya at double the cost of the first day). Next three daye Insertion: the am 8c charge (you get a whole keek five day) at three times the cost of one Insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Rlaokfan; (like this) 10c per line. All classified ads Including mem- orlams and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts re paid monthly or those from organizations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the latter case the person asking th publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment FOK SALE Christmas Card Designs are running low and many arc being rail-celled every day. Wc can still supply some very nice ones with names Imprinted, but Letter order yours loilay. See the designs still available at The Daily Clintonian Office. SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE. FULL basement, new roof, blinds, three section sink. Newly decorated. Inquire 863 North Ninth after 5 p. in. I27x HEATING" STOVES. ALL SIZES. O'ne laundry stove. Furniture. 628 South 8th Street. Turley's Place. t2.'Sx COL. 3t)7;!2 INKA DINK A DOO, Hot J'atatta. Jimmy Durante, vocal. 50c plus tax. White's Pharmacy. USED FURNITURE, HEATERS, chest drawers, bed. springs, kitchen sink, chairs, dressers, ranges. Martin's. 655 Vine Street. t27x COMPLETE SERVICE FOR EIGHT in Fiesta dishes including all extra pieces. Plenty of red. I'hone 266-J. - t25 DRESSED YOUN'G RAHHITS. JUST right for frying. Mrs. Ross King. Fairview, I'hone 728. t2ti.v SLIGHTLY USED HOT WATER heaters. Hoosier Pete Station. t27x 1928 CHEVROLET COUPE. GOOD tires. Charles Wilding, Lyford. 12 4x USED ARM Y Shoe Shop. Street. SHOES. HELLO'S 300 Norlb Ninth tlx JUtK K, AY KIXI) y)l' WANT. Clinton Alilo, W'recKing Tails Co. Ernie's, Tlione H, Clinlon. 8.11' j7kTHVEINCOAlT CHARLIE It. Ferguson. I'hone 13G-W. 17-17-44 f SIX ROOM HOUSE, man Street. 948 BLACK-t24 HEATING STOVE. VERNON CLI I)-er, Telephone 1024-1. t27x NINE FEEDING SHOATS. ED RIL-ey, Route Two, Clinton. t22x CIRCULATOR North 8th Street. HEATER. 7C!) t22x MALE HELP WANTED MAN MIDDLE AGE OR J'AST FOR filling station, with experience, preferred. Call after 4 p. m. Hoosier Pete. (2ix BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Clintonian. FEMALE HELP WANTED WAITRESS. HOl'RS5-127cRANE.S. t29x LOST LARGE DLACK AND TAN FOX hound with white face, three miles north of Fairview. Call 198-J or 1208 l'ikc Street. Iteward. t24. IIELP WANTED WANTED MAN OH WOMAN 25-45 to handle established coffee and grocery route In and around Clinton. Cur furnished and expenses paid. Guaranteed salaries plus commissions with steady employment now and after duration. State qualifications. Write llox 442-X co Clintonian. t5f CLINTONIAN - MOWS CAUHiF.K boys for route open on seeuth. eighth, and ninth streets. Call :!2. Clintonian Office. WANTED TO BUY I'SED TOYS AND IIADIOS, ANY kind, any condition, tin:. North Third Street. t24.v IN EXCHANGE KFHNISHED Al'AHTMKNT T t) woman or couple for part time work. 415 South Third Street. t22f DEAD ANIMALa KEMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Tjrre Haute or Dana 1426. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS IU0MOVUD Fit EE of charge by Dwigglns and Hons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, 1'lione 50. t5xf THKIiH AltK LOTS OF PKOPKItTY (hanging hands now. 1 would like lo list more houses for sale. I am sure 1 can help you. H. S. Call, Phone 32. GUARANTEED 24-HR. REFRIGER-ation Service. Commercial and Domestic. V. L. JJonebralte, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 165-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-45 FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE, EAT more fresh fruit. Our oranges are better because they're fresher. Mccracken's Market. tltjf JOIN Ol'K CHKITMAH Ij A YAW AY Club and select a Keepsake Diamond ling at Faraco's Jewelry Shop. t2IJ RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. Five-ply passenger car tires. Plenty of Ethyl and unti-frecze. The Gas Market. 11-2-44 TRUCK DRIVERS (UH)li COAL AT nil tiiiHs. No Hiiilinu. Paved road. H Milrs west of Clinton, Hawl Jililff. H & O Coal Co. tlitix RURDSALS PASTE WAX FOR your floors. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. JJIONNKT TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 40C South Fourth Street. Phone 454. t85f PAID NOTICES CIIHISTMA.S CAIil) DKHKiNS AKE l-iuining; low and ninny are being: cancelled every day. AVo cull still supply some very nice ones witli names iinpi-inled, Itnt better order yours today. Keo the designs Mill available at Tbe Daily .C.'in-lonian Office. NOTH'K! (?'? Vermiilion Chapter, 123 R. A. 7 M. cjiibd convocation, Friday, December 1. 7:30 p. m. Work in M. M. and P. M. decrees. Visitors welcome. Willinm Vastbinder, II. P., Ray Siiew, Secretary. 124 NOTH'K! $25 Reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of perHon who entered office of Cemetery sexton at Riverside Cemetery. Saturday night, Nov. 25. t23 NOTH'K! If you have any kind of hay, wheat or oats straw, lose or baled for sale, write Frank McNeer, 712 South Main Street, Paris, HI. t27x NOTICE I.;tt:r:ice Hat Shop, htilf-priee sale, Saturday, December 2. Tali turbans, beanies, berets, and Dutch caps. t23x NOTICE! Joli's Daughters KuniinaKo Sale I'riday and Saturday, Dec. 1 and 2 2111 South Main. t2 1 SPECIAL NOTICE! Christmas Uazaar. Presbyterian Church. Friday, Dee. 1, 7."0 p. m. 124 NOTICE! Friday ni;ht at Fish-fry. Corner. Cozy t25v 37 FOIiD (till) TI'DOlt. CLEAN. Good tires. 34 Chevrolet Master Coach, good tires. Wilson, Justice and Osella Auto Sales, 3:J5 South Third Street. Phone 427. Squire Shufe, Perrysville Injured in Road Accident Squire Shuto, SO years old, its ho-inj? cared lor at the home of his daughter, l)y, and Mrs. V. A. Johnson al Perrysville, following an accident while un his way to Perrysville. Due lo (lie railing snow, Mr. Shuto failed lo y'v an airoachinR car. Swerving lo miss the oncoming cur, he lost control of his car which . & jumped the diich and rammed a fence post, badly damaging the car j X and injuring Mr. Shutc. j lie was la ken to Dr. Johnson's, office hy Grace Hicks and later taken to (he hospital for an x-ray. He is suffering from two broken ribs, and an injured breast bone and hand, the doctor reports. a P. G. WODEHO'JSE, above, fame British author and humorist wh created "Jeeves," I133 been arrest ed by French authorities in Pari on charges of collaborating wit th Nazis. Mrs. Woilchouse wa arrested with her husb;ind. Con sulfations between Biiihh an French authorities indicate trie will be in Drilain. (Intrn: ''.'o:i3l Newport Scliool Note? Honor students l )r lie second si:: week's fading period at Nowpoit High School were announce,! this week by John C "icliel, principal Of the hish schooi. Seniors: Virginia As!;ury, LuciM mPCTURS liny More HoihN mm takes over U-BOAT... r you take the thrill ride of : your li'el itKJto.. cm cnit . ii,. Robert Villioms FINAL TONIGHT FIBBER ftkQE! AIO iOLLY t ISrinr; The Family And I,et Them All Iliive A Hearty Lauh. I n a r i i '-'fciM-U . ' WASHINGTON! " IIXIE SATO INVI'-NTHIATinN WIM, It 15 OI'KX TO TUJfl JTItlJC AND JTJJMC J li'J'H'l CATION IS UW EHTVM. AM'tHlOll"' HHVKllAIIli COMMISSION OP INDIANA. Ity .Toll N 1 NOONAN, Seeret.'irv. ih:i!ahh k. dovi.r. ICxcise AdJiiinit-tnilor. JSIKTH C'KHTll-'H'ATK Notice is hereby given that (irace Howard Klvidse lias filed u petition in the Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County, Indiana, to have the time and place of her birth determined. Said petition is set for hearing on the Cth day of December, 1944. CAHL R. rtlGGS. Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. Ill Mcmoriam In Memory of Kasper Kasub-jak.; our father: Not dead to us who loved him Not lost but gone before; He lives with us in memory And will forever more. . Sadly missed by Wife and Children. Perrysville Woman Celebrates 86th Birth Anniversary With a jovial disposition and determination that she has "gotten a lot out of life," and still lias plen ty ahead of her, Mrs. Belle Donald son of Perrysville celebrated her Stith birth anniversary. Saturday, Nov. 25, at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Donaldson of Terre Haute. Born Nov. 25, J858 in the town of Perrysville just across tbe street from where she has lived the past 60 years, Mrs. Donaldson is the only surviving of three children born to Peter and Lueretia Moudy. On Dec'. 21. JS79, she was married to Charles M. Donaldson who for many years was a barber in that town. She is tlie mother of three children, William Donaldson and Lula Donaldson Hicks, both do ceased, and the son with whom she spent her birthday. Besides bee son, Mrs. Donaldson has three grandsons, two granddaughters, eight great-grandsons, one great-granddaughter and on e grea f -grea t-gran dson . She takes great pride in the fact that she has four descendants serving the armed forces. Sgt. William Otto Donaldson of the Army and John Leonard Hicks, P. M. 2-c of the Navy, are both in the soulli Pacific area. Two great-grandsons are also in the service. Pfe. H. Hay is in the south Pacific and Corporal Gene M Hay is in Belgium. Even though she is 80, Mrs. Donaldson still takes an active part in community affairs. A long flight of stairs still doesn't scare her and she climbs them each time there is meeting of the Itebekah Lodge. "It's worth the effort," she claims. Leading a busy life for a number of years, she served special chicken dinners for business men, their wives and friends. 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You may borrow to pay old bills, your Doctor or Dentist, taxes or insurance . . . or any worthy purpose. If a loan can help you, phone or come to the Public Loan Company. Find Here the Cash Loan You Need. 8 Pay 10 Pay IS Pay nienta. menu, ments. $50 7.12 5.80 $ 5.02 $100 $14.25 $11.72 $10.07 $200 $28.33 $23.20 $10.03 $250 $35.17 $28.87 $24.67 $300 $41.04 $34.30 $28.35 PUBUC LOAN CO. FACTORY - ( OXTBOIXEB STARTING SATl'KDAY AT 11 P. M. ItECAPPING 7.00 NO OTHFK OFFKHS YOVi (rid A Oualitr Camel hark . Prompt Servif r - 3. All W ork Uy Fa'tor -Trained t:prrin. 4. Full (juur-Irip Trid ltisn. A Safe Port In a Financial Storm Is a GOOD PLACE TO GET MONEY. We Try to Make This a Good Place. Loans to $300. POLAND'S HOME & AUTO SUPPLY X 214 So. Main St., Clinton Phone 782 228 liluekuian tt. Phone 62 CLINTON. IND. 219 H Majn Btv i i i f , Phone 252 SECURITY LOAN COMPANY

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