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December 6, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Pag Tbre THE DAILY 0LINXONIAN 1 Wednesday .December 8, 1944. Q Clinton Social Notes It UHHiaiiH Spring Big Offensive Toward Budapest (Continued from page I) In the center and it instantly hurst Into flames and fell to earth before it could release any of Its bombs. Moore, who has been In the Navy since January, 1944, received hl "boot" training at the Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Illinois. He then received special amphibious instruction at Solomons, Maryland, and was then assigned to his present ship, with which he took part In the landings on Morital. Before coming in the Navy he attended school at Newport, Ind., and then was employed by the E. I. du Pont de Nemours Corporation in their powder plant at Charleston, Ind. Daughters of Revolution Meet At Porter Residence The regular meeting of Daughters nf Evolution was held December 4 St. Berniee Man Accepts Insurance Agency Position Raymond Weyhrauch of St. Hr-nke has joined the Canady Insurance Agency of St. Berniee as general solicitor, it waB announced today. Mr. Weyhrauch, who is well known in the northern part of the county, has been a resident of St. Berniee for 20 years and was at one time employed by the Milwaukee railroad. The Canady Insurance Agency, managed by Evelyn Canady has been in busiuess In the county for 15 years. Parsley-Reid Vows Heard Recently At Merom Chapel Virginia Pai'tdey And M'illium It. Reld Wed Al Meioni, Jnd.f Reception Hi'ld AU'r eicjimn) j liotfi Kmployed in Jndiajiajmlls. Mr. and Mrs. William Parsley of North Ninth street, Clinton, wish tu announce tba recent marriage of their daughter, Virginia, to William B. Reld, on or Mr. and Mm. W illiam T. Reld of Merom, Ind. The ceremony was performed ut the Merom Chapel with Kev. If. M. Jennings officiating. Attendants were Miss Beulah Paine of Detroit, formerly of Clinton and "William Raley of Merom. The bride wore a street length dress of white wool trimmed in gold and carried red roses. The maid of honor wore a blue wool dress trimmed in gold and wore a corsage of pink roses. A reception was held in the College dining room following the ceremony and the newly married couple received several nice gifts. The groom, medically discharged from the Navy after two years of service, is now employed with the United Geological Survey in Indianapolis and the bride with the Shirley Corp. there. ' . They will be at home to their friends at 2401 North Delaware, Indianapolis. DINNER Cl'ESTS Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shew and son Bobby of Universal were Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Shew, Edwin Shew, Mrs. Veda Kelley, Mrs. Mildred Stultz, Miss Virginia Bozarth, Miss Betty Shew and Charles Shew. Classified Ads SeD Most Anythinf WINNING COMBINATION... It's a U'uiii tlittl tun't he beat thin roiNlfiiatton of OI,MSTKAIS t.'LKAN-IN; AM) I'JtEKHI.Sfi, It'H a UHin that .u.i.ii ...luiiu u Wilbur. fMlirfi'M. rfston'H , - .! 1 ........... W,. uriKiHui ruiur Mini iiri. goal of social ami buhiaesw tmveem Irani up will d-Tmsteads A LITTLE Bf TTEBf- Phone 129 from any other source.) Seize Lake Port In the drive to the southeastern shore of Lake Balaton the Russians captured the port of Bulatonhoglar and numerous other towns and villages. A Moscow communique said the Germans were ruthlessly destroying town.s public utilities and churches as they retreated toward the Austrian border. In Yugoslavia the Russians, operating with Marshal Tito's Partisans between the Danube and Bava rivers, beat off Nazi counter-attacks which failed to halt the Red army advance. Russian ships in the Danube flottilla landed at the town of Ilok and drove the Germans out. Front reports disclosed that combined Soviet and Yugoslav forces had fought their way southwestward from Ilok and had Beized the approaches to the important highway and rail junction of Bid. Clinton, Senior, Junior Schools To Give Carnival Clinton Junior and Senior High Schools will present a carnival Tuesday, Dec. 12, in the Junior High School Building. Several groups are In charge of the event with the High School's Dramatics Club being the Central Committee. An old-fashioned melodrama will be given by the faculty, and two other features, a high school variety show and a hill billy scene taken from last year's Junior Class play "His Ozark Cousin," will be presented by the students. Fortune tellers, pie eaters heaven, cake walks, dancing and other carnival features will be made available. Newport Sailor Helps Down Jap Plane in Invasion ofLeyte WITH THE FIRST CAVALRY DI VISION ON LEYTE "Seeing a1 Jap plane shot down and feeling I bad something to do with it makes . me feel pretty proud," declared Sea-! man First Class Paul R. Moore, son 1 of Mrs. Ida Moore of Newport, Ind-' iana. Mess Cook on a Landing Craft, ' Infantry, taking part in the inva sion of the Philippines with the First Cavalry Divison, Moore was a member of a gun crew which brought down a Japanese "Betty"'j bomber during an air-raid over Ley-te. I The LCI on which Moore is serving was docked in a harbor on Ley-! te, waiting to take on troops from ' the First Cavalry Division before embarking on a scouting mission a-j long the coast-llne of the island. Suddenly a group of "Bettys" appeared above the harbor, evidently planning to bomb the shipping anchored there. "General Quarters" sounded and from all parts of the ship men swarmed to take their gun positions. Moore's post was with a three-inch gun which was soon readied for action by its crew. One of . its first shells fait a ' Betty ' square ROBERTA'S 1 BEAUTY SHOP 1 J8T North 7th St. PHONE 1S4-W I PERMANENTS I GIVEN AT NIGHT at the home of Mrs. Fred porter, 518 Mulberry street. Magazine suo-scrlptlons were taken for wounded soldiers at Wakeman hospital and rummage collected for Kate Duncan Smith school. New members present were Mrs. Viola Zell, Mrs. E. 0. Reld and Mrs. Gordon Fletcher. Other members present were Mrs. D. A. Rlcauda, regent, Mrs. W. D. Oerrlsh, Mrs. H. M. Ferguson, Mrs. Charles Meyer, Mrs. Lena Warren, Mrs. Ella Frist, Mrs. Winnie Gilfoy, Mrs. Eliza Campbell. Mrs. Ora Doyle, Mrs. Mary Spears, Miss Rose Johnson and the hostess, Mrs. Porter. Mrs. Cora Harrison was a guest. After the meeting refreshments were served and a social hour was enjoyed. The next meeting will be held January 6 with Mrs. L. J. Lemstra, 458 Blackman as hostess. Bunco Club Meets Monday At Universal Recreation Mrs. Victoria Molle was hostess for the Happy Hour Bunco Club at the meeting held Monday evening at the Universal recreation hall. During the business meeting plans were made to have the bunco party on Wednesday instead of Monday during Christmas week. Bunco was played following the business with Mrs. Molle winning, high; Mrs. Maggie Vallosia, bunco and Mrs. Elizabeth Troskey, low, and Mrs. Mary Ambro, travel. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hammond and children, Lynn and John Wright have returned to their home in Baltimore, Md. after a two week's visit with Mrs. Hammond's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wright. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAT POTTERY - VASES jf CIJNTON, IND. Phone 173 I i i i DR. O. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For Those Who Need Them j I MERRY CHRISTMAS WITH A GIFT THAT Warm Motor In cold weather, be sure to warm the washing machine motor by bringing the machine into a warm room at least an hour before using, or place hot water in tub befora starting to wash. S-IJ . Blarney Stone Often superstition is the quip of chance that brings fame. "With fair words and soft speech" the Lord ot Blarney put off fulfillment of a prom, ise to Queen Elizabeth. Thus a word was born and a stone in Blarney castle near Cork, Ireland, is famoui for conferring the gift ol "sweetly eloquent persuasiveness" on those who kiss it. To cite ail the examples would fill a very large book. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL December 1-15 Duart Oil Permanent S3. 50 Make An Appointment Now ADAMSON'S BEAUTORIUM Phone 002 35 2 H. Main I. lIlU h 220 Elm St, fa IH .-a IH si IH IH IH 3k Phone 607-W Christmas Party Planned At Mystery Pal Meeting Plans for a Christmas party to be held December 18 were made by the Mystery Pal Club members at their regular meeting Monday evening. Secret pals will be revealed. At the conclusion of tl ' 1 'islness meeting, bunco was played at three tables with prizes going to bunco, Mrs. John Uiacherio; high, Mrs. James Curry; low. Miss Virginia Perfcttl and travel and mystery packnge, Mrs. Anton Hogetto. Dviiclous refreshments were served to the members by the hostess. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Bert Turchl. 5i OSRITAL Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Bynum was admitted to the Vermillion County hospital Sunday as a medical case. Mrs. Pauline Wilkins and baby of Blooniingdale, Miss Sharlotte Spears, South Fourth Street, and Virginia Speas of Rockville were dismissed from the county hospital yesterday. F8IKTHS Mr. and Mrs. Adolpb Fralle of Lansing, Mich., are the parents of a son born last month. The baby was named John. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Fralle or zs North 7th Street. Smashing British Drive Seizes 3 Adriatic Centers (Continued truss, pace 1) metropolis of Bavenna against apparently disorganized Nazi defenses and seized the three key towns of Godo. San Michele and Plangipane, Mediterranean headquarters announced today. Inside Ravenna itself Italian patriots enthusiastically joined forces with the British to mop up isolated pockets of Nazi resistance. Nazis Off Iialance The swift thrust of the Eighth Army which encircled and then seized Ravenna after the capture of the highway town of Bussi to the south west, apparently caught the Nazis off balance for prisoners Indicated that the Wenrmachfs retreat was badly disorganized. Other British columns along with Polish forces, smashed their way across the Lamone Biver in strength southwest of Faenza. and aimed a spearhead at'the heart of that highway junction against increasing Nazi resistance. Indians Smash Forward Indian troops fighting on the right flank of the V. S. Fifth Army smashed forward in a two-mile advance and captured Mount Penzola from where they command the lateral road to Imola. On other sections of the front Increased patrol activity indicated the coming of a renewed drive all along the winter-bound Italian front. German positions south of Bologna were pounded by Vank Thunderbolts and fighters piloted by Brazilian fliers who strafed and destroyed two buildings housing; Nazi troops. Other Thunderbolts raked and severed the Brenner Pass line through which the Nazis are tunneling supplies and also struck targets at La-gpezla and Padua. Attack Adriatic bland Allied Mediterranean headquarters announced a joint Hunday at tack by the Royal Navy and war planes against the Nazi-held island of Lussino in the North Adriatic which silenced all enemy batteries, exploded power stores and destroyed units of enemy shipping. Atlanta Prisoners Mutiny, Hold Four Guards as Hostages (Continued trots pa( 1) Bennett was visiting the institu tion when the revolt broke out. A rumor that the convicts had threatened to "roll out" the heads of Yards and Docks, and the remain-gas was branded as "absolutely untrue" by Warden Joseph Sanford. Bennett identified the hostages as Reno H. Townsend, Oiin Harper. John W. Bacon and Henry B. Pittle-kow. Sanford said in bis statement that the prisoners involved had been "difficult cases over a considerable period of time." but added, "it has been determined that none of the officers who are being held as hostages has been injured or in any way harmed". "Every effort," the atatement said, "will be made to persuade the men io return to their normal status and to release the officers." ' Chocolate Cvreney The Aztec emperor took 00 other beverage than chocolate, and collected taxes for the imperial treasury an oversize chocolate bar only in cocoa beans. These beam were used not only to pay soldiers, but to buy slaves with a usual value of 10) cocoa beans. flag Terms The length of a flag from the staff bl termed the "fly" and the width long the staff Is termed (be 'heist." Wednesday The Golden Star Club has been postponed until a later date. Trl Kappa Associate Chapter, Mrs. John Gllinour, 8 p. m. ivtonrtiv nunco Club, Mrs. Hazel Smith of Falrview at 7:30 p. m. White Heather Circle, Mrs. wii-liam Gray, Walnut street, 7:30 J). m. Trl Kappa Regular meeting at 8 p. m. with Mrs. H. H. Wlsehart, 424 Blackman Street. Tempus Fuglt Study Club, 7:30 p. m. at the home of Miss Margaret Blower in the Rosenblatt apartments. Thursday Sunday school council of First noniini church at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Swickard, S49 South Third street, 7:30 p. m. American Legion Auxiliary, Legion home, 8 p. m. Circle One, WSCS, Mrs. Guy Harrison, South Sixth street, one o'-innt Quests to bring own table service and covered dish also ten cent gift for Xmas grab bag. Pocahontas Lodge 7:80 p. m. bunco and euchre at 8 p. m. Missionary Society of First Christian Church will be held In the basement of the church at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. J. L. Hayek, hostess; Mrs. Rev. DePoister, devotlonals, Mrs. Roy Butts, lesson. Golden Rod Girl Scout meet t Hill Crest, 4 p. m. One o'clock luncheon or section Three of WSCS of Methodist Church at home of Mrs. Martha Adams, 730 Blackman Street. Assistant hostesses, Mrs. Arthur Tombaugh, Mrs. John Anderson, Mrs. Charles Walker, Mrs. Clarence Wright, Mrs. William Timmerman, Mrs. John Stein, Mrs. E. W. Cordingley, Mrs. Harry Van Duyn and Mrs. Willis Satterlee. Mrs. Walter Jones, devotions and Mrs. George Kamm and Mrs. Dave Salmond, program. Bring covered dish and table service. A meeting of the hostesses will be held at 7 p. m. Monday with Mrs. Adams. Frldav Friday Literary Circle, Mrs. H. M. Ferguson, 2:30 p. m. The biography of Chler Justice Holmes will be reviewed by Mrs. W. J. Thomson and Mrs. G. E. Bingham. Modern Martha Class Christmas nartv al 41ie home or Mrs. E. A. ILewin, 903 South Main street, 7:30 p.m. Rebekahs, 7:30 p. m. at the Odd Fellows hall. After the business, a birthday party will be enjoyed. Kappa Delta Phi To Hold Inspection Dinner Sunday The annual Christmas party of Psi Gamma Chapter of Kappa Delta Phi will be held at Antoninl's restaurant on Sunday. At one o'clock there will be a 1... ........... mQutlnv fYi tli memltArs with Mrs. Edna Kline, Central Regional Director, present for the inspection. Mrs. Kline, who is from Columbus, Ind. will be accompan- ied to Clinton by five members of 'the Columbus Chapter. A two o'clock dinner will be held followed by a program and gift exchange. Mrs. Clio King and Miss Mary Catherine Fullman are the hostesses for the party. Poor Digestion? Headachy? Sour or Upset? Tired-Listless? Do you fed headachy nd upaet due to poorly digeated food? To feel cheerful and happy again your food aut be digested properly. Each day. Nature must produce about two pints of a vital digestive juice to help digest your food. If Nature fails, your food may remain undigested leaving you headachy and irritable. Therefore, you must increase the now mi l.;i A.acMyj ini r.rUr'a Little Liver Pills increase this flow quickly nfron in m little as SO minutes. And. you're on the road to feeling better. Don't depend on artificial aids to counteract indigestion when Cartr'a Little Liver Fills aid digestion after Nature's own order. Take Carter's Little t..-u Pill as AirortA. Cct them mi. anv I drugstore. Only IQt and 26. have fun 6 v V i I O W. mnud foe popular uwl to scquirc fricndl, .bbecvia-uotu. That's why you hew ColCoUi oiled -Cok". 248 Blackmail St. PLAQUES - FIGURINES ffe WsWK I tsi:tr SPECIAL FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS! Lovely, Hand Painted Original Oil Paintings - Framed f At Reduced Prices. Cemetery Wreaths Blankets and Stands WE INVITE VOU TO VISIT OUR STORE rs WHILE DOING VOIR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING. sl CLOYERLEAF (5sp tp) ISH IU trF I Ml . ,mV I HEEISHEY'S FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP 319 S. MAIN STREET ClrxirUai Crtamtrin. liu.Diiium V Ksliem.1 Dsiry Pndmctt Cirpfslim Tune in the Joan Davis Sealtest Village Store Program, with Jack Haley, Thursdays, :Z P. M.. WMAQ Give Diamonds Have a Coca-Cola Let's all til reh I nf mUr I u if. 0. s g M m )4 ...the one gift that lasts a lifetime!! Eternal as the pyramids, the brilliance cf a diamond shines through the ages, a constant reminder of the most cherished of gifts. War has not effected our diamond sources. We are proud of our selection this year, proud of the quality and proud of the reasonable prices. It Will Pay You to Select Yours Now ...or meeting friends at the Youth Center All across the land you fiad youth meeting together to have tfuo at Youth Centers. And the center at attraction is the wholesome refreshment of ice-cold Cocs-Cola. For the three words Have "Cjke" arc passwords Co companionship. Everywhere Coca-Cola atatuls as a symbol of hospitality and friendliness to folks of all ages. SOTTIES UNDU AUtHOUTT Of THE COCA-COLA COMPANY Sr -TERKE HALTE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY FARACO'S ART JEWELRY SHOP Headquarters for Keepsake Diamonds to 215 South Main CLINTON

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