The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 1, 1944 · Page 2
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Friday, December 1, 194 1. T II E DAILY CLINTON IAN ifage. Two W ABASH SUN., lMOtV. AND TUB. Golden Wedding Party Held in Perrysville,- Class Party Is Given many of t lit Those pr.'Hciil al the dinner fivon , aHvtn worker In Sunduy in obsvrvHiict of llie fiOlh j Cnurdi'H activities. 47 Mr. and .Mrs. Natale lluzzarelli recently. Mrs. Rlna CortelonI of Centralia spent a few days with her sister Mrs. Mary Turchi. Miss Virginia Zamherlette of Torre Haute recently visited her parents. Sgt. Wllbert Jones visited Miss Roselin Miuzarolti. Mrs. Forest lloyd spent a day with Mr. anil Mrs. Richard Runyan. . . . Clinton Woman Released On Bond in Larceny Case Hazel M. Foncannon, 6U4 South Fourth Street, was released Thursday on :!00 bond from the Terre Haute jail where site v.' as held on charges of petit larceny. .Mrs. Foncannon was arrested by City Detective Stewart and Special Officer Hankin Wednesday afternoon in a downtown Terre Haute store. She was charged with the theft of Sin worth of merchandise, including a purse valued at 4. now occupied uv '" t'Histin's Mini in: The board will be civen possesion of the properly the first, of the year. They will use the lower floor for their office and to house the town truck and fire apparatua. Mr. (ilbson will move his KitruKc across the street to the buiktlne he recently purchased which was formerly the Darrel Hi aver (larane. Miss Lavorno Alderson is assist-luK Hale HuBhes 111 the Post Office for a while. Cecil Toby ami family lime moved to Attica where lie Is employed In the t.rnli-It-Here store. Mrs. Verda Altlersou moved to Danville last. week. .Mr. and Mrs. Don llowen and children and MIbs Florence Jones of ctiicaKO were weekend quests of Mr, and Mrs. John Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hrookii of West villi" w ere Sunday dinner Kttests of Mr. and Mrs. 11. It. llebblnk. Fve-niiiK auests were Franklin Kibler, wile and son. of Sidney, 111., Mrs. Carl Kibler and daiiKlite. Sue. hong ft A k W gran Those who were present for the dinner Sunday were: Mrs. tidnn Jones of Lulfrs Villa, 111., Mis. Stella Holms of Lisbon. 111., Mrs. (loldie Wrciin and Mrs. Leah LJneh. both of Chicago; Mrs. Virginia Young of Kingman; Russell Dunham of (Jessie and (Jlenn Dunham who resides about two miles south of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dunham have 2n grandchildren, three of them in the service. Krtwiu Jones. Maynurd Han-gen and Richard Dunham. A son-in-law. Fun I Young, is also in the service. They have one greal grand- wed dine anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Dunham wen Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Jones und son. Dan it1! anil daughter, Mildred; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holmes anil sons. Robert and John, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Lynch und sons. Bernard und Raymond, Mrs. Paul Young and sons. Allen and James and daughter, Linda, Mis. Uiura G. Wren n and daughter. Carol Mae. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dunham und sons. Melvfn and Orde and daughter. Kathy Rue, and Mr. and Mrs. (ilenn Dunham and daughter. Norma and sons, Morris. Charles and David. 1 1 S .... -i t t Centenary News of Late Ilunyaiis Entertain At Thanksgiving Dinner; Mrs. Perfetti Returns Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bush and family of Terre Haute visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Wells recently. Mr. and Mrs. Max Ilolbert and Mrs. Hay Harris spent an evening in Hockville. Ind. recently. Mrs. Domenic Perfetti has returned to her homo after spending a week in Highland. 111. visiting her daughters Mrs. Mary Llnzi. Lina Grottl and -Mrs. Hetty firottl and families. Mrs. Steve I'rhiu and daughter, MrR. Leonard Itunynn and daughter of Terre Haute and Pvt. Calvin Run-yan and wife vrcw dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Runyan and son Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Leonard Runyan and daughter of Terre Haute have returned home after spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Vrhin and daughter and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bus Clark of Indianapolis visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy lacoli and family. Miss Lena Giacherio of Chicago spent a few days with her parents A son-in-law, IM. Paul Young who fs ' son turn m:m f--. 1. Rev. K. T. Miles was called J" Newport Tuesday afternoon io officiate at the funeral of Uertle Darker. Last rites were held Monday afternoon at the r. H. church in Perrysville for Mrs. Kliznbnth Dowdell, 80. who died at. her home in Perrysville Saturday night following a three years illness. Rev. Isaac Cox officiated assisted by Rev. Willard Miller and Rev. K. T. Miles, llurlal was in the Infantry of the t. S. army and two grandsons, pvt. Richard Dunham and Knsign Jones who is hi the Marines were unable to attend. Two granddaughters, Mrs. Klinor Dunham Haugen of New York und Mrs. Louise Jones Truax of Lake Villa. 111., were not there. Mrs. Kred Stanton and daughters. Mis. Helen Martin of Covington and Mrs. Pauline Ooodin of Kingman. Mr. and Mrs. Musical Trio goes into action in I'nmmomit's "And t lip Angels rXiiltr", Ueltv Hutlon gels ill some hot licks on the I lailllct as I'Tcd .MacMuiTiiy toots the savoplione to the accompaniment ot Dotlie 1, amour's guitar. The musical I'll ipenlng Sunday at the Wa- hash Thrntii-, describes tlie trouble lour Angels stir op. The remaining tun beauties hearing that name are Diana Lynn and liini t'handier. How To Relieve Bronchitis Creomulsion relieves promptly because it toes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw. tender inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist lieach. Calif., and Mrs. .Mary Koer-ller of Danville. HI. Mr. and Mm. Donald Carpenter of Chicago, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Letts and daughter. Joan, siieut tin weekend with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carpenter and daughter. F.llzubetll. Mrs. Elizabeth Nobeker of Covinnton was a Sunday dinner cuest. Miss l'atricla Sheska of Rochester. X. Y.. was a dinner puest Friday of Mrs. Edna Allen and MIsh Cnrolyn Keith. They all three left Friday evening for Chicaso to spend the weekend. The Intermediate Church school is tho son of Sir. and SIib. Guy Barry of Newport. lS... Private? William Slorpan who is stationed at an air bast? lis Denver. Henry Ptrey and Mrs. Klfzabeth in the Hick's Cemetery. Puzey Nesbit of Catlin. Mr. and Mrs. j Mrs. Dowdell was horn April 3. L. S. Cole and son. Rnryle of Cayuga ; lSiiil, the daughter of fc:iizabeth were afternoon callers. Johnson and AI Oluey. She was mar- Sins it u-sk mi imnnssihilitv for i r-d to Howard Dowdell who died in fcrtlsville and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Toby of Danville were Thanksgiving gne.ds of Mrs. Belle Jones. Mr. and Mrs. William Richardson rrcenty received a card direct from their son, Corporal William Ittch-of war. Cpl. Richardson was report-ardson who is a German prisoner c d missing in July. In September, his oarents received won! from tile War Colo., arrived home this week to Sir. and Sirs. Anton Oiacherio and i to seil vou a bottle ot ureomuision with the understanding you must like the inns. I'rceoedlnK lier in January, the seven children of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence K. Dunham of Perrysville ; . . h, ... Jl Mr .,! v clifrnrd Smith and I wav it .quickly allays the cough or you i are to have vbur money back. Ml. aciu iiauucr .urn,.. c ..... Vewnnrt and his wife and family. ! Sirs. Louise Lancelott all of Arma. GREOMULSIGN it A. Kas. ami Mrs. Arnesta SleneKhini i j Department slating that their son and daughter Anna were guests of for Couahs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis class of the Methodist Church were quests of their teacher. Ceore Hentz al a Thanksgiving party Wednesday evening. Seven members and four guests were present. New officers elected for the ensuing year were: Jim Hob Crowder. president; .linimie Snoddy, vice president; and deaili were lier parents, one slpter. KUa Olney: a half sister. Mrs. John Darby and a stepson. Roy Dowdell. Her only snrvlvinc relatives are a brother, llohert Olney who made his home with her and two nephews, Frank Darby of Cleveland. Ohio, and Krnest Darby of HlnoniiiiKtnn, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ktoneripher and two sons of Covington were guests of Rev. and Mrs. K. T. Miles Saturday afternoon. Mrs. M. O. Sands has returned to Iter home in Denver. Colo., after a brief visit here with her brother. Rev. E. T. Miles and wife. Word has been received by the parents of Yoenian third elass Or-ville Allen that their son is now stationed at Ooeanside. Calif. l.t. and Mrs. Arthur Sheridan are to all be present on Dee. 25 for their parents 50th wedding anniversary, the family planned to celebrate a month early. Last Sunday the family gathered at the Dunham farm anil helped their parents observe the occasion wfth a family dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Dunham have lived in the same farm house since 1111 coining here from Hoopston. III. The couple was married on Dec. 25, 1894. and before her marriage. Mrs. Dunham was formerly Miss Klora Bedinger. Mr. Dunham is a Knight of Pyihiiis and Mrs. Dunham is a RNA and a member of i he christian Church at Antioch. She is also Mil active member of the perrysville Home Economics' Club and San Pralria Clubs. She attends the Methoditt Sunday School and is an Donna lliatt, secretary-treasurer. Games and. contests were played during the evening. Mrs. George Kent, served a light lunch to those present. Mr. and Mrs. Charles I'rather and was a German prisoner. Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Jones of Lake Villa. 111., spent Friday and Saturday nights with Mr. Jones' mother, J'rs. Hello Jones and on Sunday attended the 50th wedding anniversary celebration of Mrs. Jones' parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dunham. Frank Jester. Raymond Snoddy and Mrs. Leah Rao Goff celebrated their birth anniversaries jointly with v. Thanksgiving dinner at the Jester home. Guests other than the honored trio and their families were, James Snoddy, wife and son, Jim-mie. and Miss Coral i'rather. Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Whitson attended a class party at State Line Friday night. Mrs. Goldie Law-son spent Friday 1 If . .Mrs. Lenora Clark Former recently received word that her hufband. T-5 John SI. Forlner has arrived safely across seas and is now stationed somewhere in England. He v. as a Kraduafe of Newport HiKh School with the class of 1042. U.S.A Private Robert G. Swingle was recently transferred to Camp Cooke. Calif. His new address is: Pvt. Robert (i. Switlfile 35S3S011. Co. A. 342 Inf., APO 4.?0, Camp Cooke, Calif. H.S.A. Promotion of Charles K. Haworjh of Kingman from Corporal to the grade of Sergeant has been announced by Major General William E. Kepner, Commanding General of a second bombardment division. Sgt. Haworth attended Newport High School and was engaged in farming when he entered the army In Feb. 1942. He is a graduate of tire army daughter. Coral. Mr. and -Mrs. Gene Hicks and Marilyn Goff were Sun day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey I'rather and daughter, Irm:: of Itileyshurg. Other guests in- the parents of a son born tit the F.dgar I'rather and Doris I'rather. Mrs. Sarah Sheri- eluded Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holder, Covington Clinic. .Miss Lois Smith, cadet nurse in spent the week- dan of Harvey, end here with Lt. and Mrs. Sheridan j niug given by Mr. and Mrs. Leonard ;.with -Mrs. Effie C.ebbink I Mrs. Pauline Gebhlnk was shop Anothny's hospital. training at St and her new grandson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanders attended the Fable reunion Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, John Wright near Cayuga. Members of the town board were in Newport Wednesday. They bought a building owned by J. N. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crisp held a fish fry Monday evening in honor of their son, Petty Officer Second class Louis D. Crisp who is rpendlug a short leave with his parents. The supper guests were Russell Patton and family of Danville, Mrs. Russell A 1 The whole country's ping in Danville, Friday. Mrs. Edna Allen and Miss Carolyn Keith, two of the Perrysville High School teachers, spent Thanksgiving in Terre Haute. Hobby Trosper. son of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Trosper of south of Danville, returned home Sunday afternoon after spending a few days with .Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Anderson who been struck Smith of Covington, Mr. and Mrs. i Harold Summers of Kingman, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, Mrs. Glenn' Smith and son, Denny and Sam Gib-! RECAPPING See Peck's Texaco Sta. accompanied him home. L 7) Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lewis enter- 120 No. Main St. a 7i 1 "" Mrs. T. V. Ting Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Cora Brown reports thai lier talned the latter's parents, Mr. and son. Marion, has been promoted to Howard Holden, wife and son, the grade of Technical Sergeant. He ; Harold Wayne, and Mr. and Mrs. Is Blatirmed at Nevada. Mo. im. H. Anderson were the Thanks- i A letter was received from Corpor- i giving guests of Atnn?o Luke "nd al George Hanna which states that family of Danville, III. he is working in the 28th Field I'os- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Floss spent pital in France. Cpl. Hanna operated Thanksgiving with their son, Cllff-a grocery store in Perrysville before Old Hoss and family. To lower eosts of "tires-expense" Recapping HERE is GOOD HORSE SENSE, 'Twill keep old tires in the run, Til ALL our Countrv's foes are done! PECK'S TEXACO STATION GAS . OIL . (.Hi: ASIM. - I I.rANIZI VG - Hl.'t APS 120 .V. M AI X radio school at Scott Field, III., and was stationed at Sheppard Field, Tex. and Jefferson Barracks, Mo., prior to going overseas 18 months ago. He is a radio operator with a fighter wing in England. Sgt. Haworlh's piireiils. Sir. and Mrs. Charles K. Haworth. Sr., resides in Kingman. He has a brother, Corpal Lewis, who is serving in France with an Or-dnanee company. His siBter, Sirs. Annabelle Spellman, resides at Newport. U.S.A. Private Harold Myers, son of Mrs. Alice Myers of Newport, is spending a furlough with his mother and other relatiies. Pvt. Myers Is stationed at an uir base In Alamogordo. New Mex. He will return to his base sometime next week. U.S.A. Sirs. Robert J. Rose received word from her husband, Sgt. Robert J. Rose, Wednesday, that he was somewhere in Kngland. ri.s.A. Corporal Victor Balrd. son of Sir. and Sirs. Paul Baird of Newport, is spending a furlough with his parents in this city. cpl. Haird. who is in the Marine Corp. has just returned to the slates after seeitig action in the south Pacific. going into the service. I Oval Ping of Danville was cftit pueat of Jiis iiarcnts. Mi, and Mrs. T. W. 1'iiifs'. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Johnson at- Members of the U. II. Church held a Bible study at the home of Air. :ind Mrs. Paul Cadimtn Tuesday ni-rht. It.'v. Willard Miller was the louder. I u-mH-a a nsn ivy wan-Ria Tl,u li,,,!, ,Mf Rnninnti ifl holli? fit lldipd i Miller flPHT Lodl. Electrify iiif! the whole country . .'. tlie first really new pink in years! "Pink Lightning" lipslic k and more intense "Pink Lightning" nail enamel; two different shadings-more fuchsia than pink, more pink than fuchsia sparkling with the new high-voltage two-tone clothes. Another proof of Kevlon's fashion foresight and matchless quality! And remcmher "Pink Lightning" face Powder is creating fashion excitement everywhere. Nail Enamrl and tmall Adhrron, 75 LipSich, UOC and I.OO t'Pink Lightning" Face Powder, ton, OC !. Tilcuk fii! Tmm spent the weekend witli her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith. News of Clinton Men in Service now. Mrs. Belle Jones left lor Danville to stay for an Indefinite visit with 'her daughter. MrB. Fred Toby and Mr. Toby and family. I Sunday dinner gueslB of itev. and I Mrs. .1. C. Whitson were Mr. mid I.Mrs. K. Watkins and two daughters, j Afternoon callers were .Mr. Golden land it. MtiHBon of nloomingdale. Women of Highland township. : doing lied Cross sewing, have rom-! pleted all work by band consisting i of bedside hairs, housew'ives and sew ( Pontlnrtefl rrnm oa It 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 I'tility 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. W'f also have rubber covered and felt weather strip. The wood weather strip with the felt is fine for doors that do not fit well. LEWIS HARDWARE & BOOK STORE liits hfcfi in an-a. H ost J'acifir m rvic- hi nee July. iih:;. Patron Saint St. Dorothea who was martyred under Diocletian, was the patron saint of gardens or flowers. mm m imvmmmmiwmm i im i m mm ii i ing kits. More work could be done it enough material 'was available. Frank Jester and wife spent the weekend with their son. Wayne Jester and wife of Crawforsdville. l.'r. and Mrs. If ay Jones of Craw- U ARE YOU SURE YOUR AUTOMOBILE BATTERY 3. U.S.A. V. Jum )h K. Vrbicvik. husband of Mrs. Barbara Vrsnik oi lilanford. is a uiemlKT of rompany M. -i.'irt Infantry Rejiinu'iit in tli1 I'. S. Army. Tliin rt',t:j in fiit toolt part in the battlf of ilontf'limar und straddled an escape highway fur thousands of trapped (iermane. The company of mortar men and niai-hiii-' gunners tired !,000 rounds of nionar and 17.ro0 rounds of ma-cliine-fim animunition in four hours, it wax reported. L'.S.A- I'vt. Ionald K. U'tir, mm of Mr. md Mrn. (Jeor:e Weir()f Snuih Ninth f lreet luih lieen irunnlerred to Camp I'anniu. Tevas lor his basic training. n.f.A C. M. Z c Albert Kanubjuk of (tie l". S. X. Seabees wiio lias spent the past :in dayF visit in jt hi mother, Mrs. KaBper Knsuiijak. will return to lihode Island Sunday. C. M, 2 'c Kasubjak recently returned after being on overseas duty in KiiRland and Kra nee. At . . . Harlan's Hardware Store Headquarters for Toys SECTION Winter starting, plus short drives necessary under gasoline rationing put an unusual strain on your car battery. Better let us make sure your battery will stand it and if not select the correct new-guaranteed National Battery from our big stock. USE THIS CHART TO SELECT A NEW NATIONAL BATTERY at EtoaU Model Airplane Kits BUILD-A-SET TOYS m Wcoden Airplanes GAMES Bingd Quiz Kids Mail-a-Game TRAIN AND STATION 3 r X A A A A A NAVY FLEET Make of Car Ford 1928-1932 Chevrolet 1928-1936-1940-1941 All Plymouth and Dodge Oldsmobile to 1937 Price Guarantee S 8.25 12 Months $ 9.75 18 Months $11.25 21 Months $13.95 24 Months GROUP 1 39-Plate Heavy Duty 45-Plate 45-Plate Heavy Duty 45-Plate Extra Heavy Duty 'A EDUCATIONAL TOYS Blackboards Magic Slates SEWING KITS FOR GIRLS TJ.S.A. NEWS OF NEWPORT MEN IN SERVICE Scrm-ani Edtar B. non of llr. and Sirs. Guy !. ot tcouth of Newport was recently transferred from Lincoln Field. Nebr.. to UeeBler Field. .MiBB. A. Corporal Saiu f). Chipps. son of Mrs. lieulali ChippK of Newport, is spendinK a furlouli with lilts moth-I er. ("id. Chipps Is Rtationed at (ieortrc- Field. Illinois. j U.S.A. Corporal Victor U. Asbury. sm of Sir. and .Mrs. V. N. Asbury. ar-i ritnl home from Camp Shelby. Slis-' ipsippi. Friday niorninK to spend a Make of Car Ford -'Sg Zephyr 'S6-'39 j Chevrolet 1937-1939 Price Guarantee S 9.75 12 Months $11.25 18 Months Price Guarantee $14.95 18 Months GROUP 1-F 45-Plate 51 -Plate Heavy Duty GROI P 2-L 51 -Plate Extra Heavv Dutv SHudson 1939-1942 Make of Car J. linW L- "AH.'S1 nicls '38-M2 Button Picture Sets Dart Games Cuija Boards Pull Toys Ride-s-Horsey Tiny Tots' Red Rocking Chairs Harlan's Hardware Store 354-356 No. Ninth St., Clinton Packard 42 Pontiac '38-'42 furNnit'li with pjtrnif1. STAATS AUTO SUPPLY PHONE 177 U.S.A 300 S. MAIN Sil V v. Private Norton Barry was recent-jj ly transferred from a camp in Flori-1 j da to Camp Beale, Calif. Pvt. Barry ,

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