The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 7, 1944 · Page 6
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December 7, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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TKiirstlii j'J December t, 1944. THE CtfNTONlAN I'.iRfi Six ,r known in Clinton, having visited the Kellys several times in the past years. Old Bread Day-old bread, sometimes sold at reduced prices, has as high nutritive value as does fresh bread, and is satisfactory for many uses. Wood Cut About 11,400,000,000 cubic feet for all purposes (lumber, pulpwood, plywood, fuel, railroad ties, etc.) is the annual cut of wood. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Current News In Perrysville Christmas Boxes Sent To Local Men in Service; Study Club has Meeting m mam I Cllnfon spent Sunday ovenlng with her sister, Mrs.' FreU Bonebrnke and son. ,Mr. and Mrs. Murntt Smith and family of Chrisman, IU., spent Sunday evening with their dauglilpr, Mrs. Violet Sykes and children. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Kennedy and dauRhter Betty Lou and Mr. and Mrs. Car Miller nnd son Jark spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Davie. Miss Lavern Miller of Dsuiville, 111. spent last week end with her mother, Mrs. Ada Roehack. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kntnoifi and children from Torre Haute spent Sunday wilh her parents, Mr. and Mtb. Martin Dugger. The Missionary Society of the U. B. Church will have their meeting at the church Thursday aftprnoon. Rev. Wlllard Miller announces guests of relatives In Cates Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Gebbink attended OES Installation services at St. Joe, 111., on Tuesday night. Mrs. Gebbink was the Installing Marshall. The Gebblnks were accompanied by-Mrs. Rayburn Gebbink and Mrs. Jesse Lawson of Perrysville and Mrs. Dale Brooks of Westvllle. John Cook who was recently injured by a combine at the home of Le Roy Crowder near Covington was able to return to his home here Tuesday. He is able to be up about the house. S. V. Morgan left for the service again Wednesday morning , after spending a two week's furlough here with his wife and children. : MrB. Morgan and the children will move to Newport in the near future to be near Mr. Morgan's parents. Perrysville. Mrs. Long is the widow of the late Ed Trimble and had been a resident of this place for several years. Miss Lucille Adams Bpent the Current News p Hillsdale Guests Noted in Several Local Homes; Mission Society, To Hold Meet Mr. and Mrs. Harold EarleB have gone to Texas to visit their son, Pvt. Paul Earles In Camp Hood. Robert Potter from Great Lakes, 111. is here on a furlough Willi relatives and friends. Donald Agnew of Greencaslle, Ind., a nephew of Mrs. Paul Mack and Ren. and Fred Church spent the week end here. He leaves for the service soon. Mrs. Bessie Weller spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Josie Harvey, who has been ill at her home here. Mrs. Knoblett of Oden, 111., spent the week. end here with her daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dan THRIFTY HOUSEWIVES FLOUR. E-Z BAKE All Purpose 25!bs.$1.29 Dec. 7. 1 , Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kuhn's and j two sons and Mrs. Leila Kuhn's , and daughter Edna rtpfl on Mr. I and Mrs. Jim Giles Saturday. They I all are from Muncie," Tnd. I Paul Giles of, Muncie, Tnd. spent a few dnys here with his parents. Mr. and Mr?. Jim Giles. ; Mi's. Mary Sprouls of Martins- ville, Ind., Mrs. Julia Griffin of Te"e ! Love. weekend with friends In Haute. WINTER TREATS.... RAISINS CURRANTS PRUNES FIGS mp":e meat SWEET CHOCOLATE Mr. and Mrs. Martin Puirger spent the week end at Ter'e Haute visiting their children. Mr, and Mrs. worship services at the Methodist Church Sunday morning at 11 a. m. Rev. Wlllard Miller announces worship services at the U. B. Chlrch both Sunday morning and evening. Word has been received here that C. B. Mellinger, former residents of Perrysville who moved to Attica recently, lost all of their household furnishings and clothing when their house caught fire last Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. Wlllard Miller were given a surprise Monday evening when about 25 of their friends laden with sandwiches, pie, coffee and gifts entered their home to spend the evening. The U. B. Church held their Bible 'class study Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Drake. Albert Long of Danville, 111., and Mrs. Matilda Trimble of Perrysville were married in Danville last Friday. They will make their home In Rev. J. C. Whitson will conduct worship services at the Methodist Church Sunday morning at 11 a. m. I,t. William Congleton has returned to Miami, Fla., . after spending a furlough in PerryRVille. His wife, the. former Miss Peggy Lewis,, accompanied him to Florida. Miss Vera. Allen who Is employed at , the Wabash River Ordnance Works Is spending a two weeks vacation away from her job. On account of the CbristmaR hol PUMPKIN rmers Pride 2 25. C Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carpenter were business callers in Danville Friday. Homer Fox, wife and daughter, Ruth, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Charles Gouty. Gottscback, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fran Ma onri thoir enn'n fomiiv Mrs. War-1 HonpfRton, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Carl rn nmrirpr nnd children. j Miller of Alliens, Mich, were called Eugene her the liist. of the weolt by the death of their sister, Mrs. Minnie Alters. The funeral was Friday at the Methodist Church and burial at the Woptlev Chapel CemeU-ry near Scollland, III, COFFEE Farmers Pride lb. Mr. and Mts. Charley Dowers and sons, Wayne ana Marvin were nion-day evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mary Rocback ' wont to La-j fayetle, Ind. Monday to spend a few , days with hor niece there. I Mrs. Ren Church spent Thursday evening in Clinton the guests of Mrs. Lonnie Ricliey. ! Mrs. Evelyn Heber spenl- Friduy j In Clinton. . . ,. Mrs. HcHHte Short shopped in Ter-1 re Hantf. last Monday. Mrs. Km ma Hover spent the week nnd in Terre Haute with friends. , Tomatoes Head of Indiana Dental Association Dies Today POTATOES U. S. No. 1 White Rmsett 1 fl IE a A lt N0.2'2 farmers rnde can fjRMERspamj 3 tomatoes ,Dr. 'Lynn A. Fonner, president of t hr Indian,! State Denial Associa- died this morning at 5 a. m. Wrtv Viivlne ni-w1 a htislnpcs t r ill t ion Cm O" lit .WX,;i;',!r MUSTAR at his home in Porl Wayne, Ind. Dr. Fonner was a classmate and close friends of Dr. W.. N. Kelly of Clinton. Both Dr. and Mrs. Fonner are to Ttidianapolis Monday, The two weeks revival service's at the TJ. B. Church closed Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Bonacorsi of TANGERINES 10c Farmers Pride pint pWEDUOY it no ATS . run IVORY SOAP MlFLAKES lge.box25c 4-29' FOR B.O; PROTECTS HEALTH 2 Med. 13c; 2 lge. 21c Paul Grumley and daughter. , Mrs. Ruth Reid and children of Danville spent one night last week with her parents, Mr. and Mir. William Keister and children. Mrs. Mary Holaway of Indianapolis Is visiting relatives here this week. Glenland Tillitson of Indianapolis is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tillitson and other relatives here. He returned home with Melvin Crowder Monday. MrB. Highbrider who has been sick. Is spending a few days with her son. Blllle and family,. Mrs. Violet Swalm spent Sunday with friends at Montezuma and Terre Haute, Ind. , Hen McClellan Is reported to be Improving at the St. Elizabeth Hospital in Danville. Mrs. Feba McCoy Bpent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Nellie McCoy and children. . , Mrs. Violet Swain broke her leg Monday and was taken to the St. Elizabeth Hospital in Danville. . Mr. and Mrs. Ed Galleton spent one day last week with their bob, Arthur and family at Hegler, 111. Misses Betty Grumley and Helen Keister spent Monday evening with Mrs. Beulah Dowers. Miss Loralne Rouse of Indianapolis and Miss Jane Sager of Terre Haute and Mesdames Taney Cana-day and Hannle Lowe were all callers of Mrs. Flora Weatherman and Mrs. Belle Clark. Rev. Miles of Perrysville will be the guest speaker at the Sunday service, Dec. 10. VICTOR PALONCY Pike & Lincoln Streets iday season, the Mother's club will meet earlier this month. The date set'for the meeting is Thursday afternoon, Dee. 14. The WSCS will hold their regular meeting Tuesday afternoon. Because of the social hour, the meeting will convene at 1:30 p. m. instead of 2 o'clock as they usually do. The wjmen of the Methodist Church sent out the Christmas box-sb this week to boys and girls in the service who are in any way connected with the church. There were 16 'boxes sent out. Mrs. A. L. Smith was a Sunday dinner guest of Martin Ohls and family. George Smith of near Covington spent Saturday evening with Mb father, Henry, Smith, who has been In ill health, for Beveral months. Mrs. George Smith spent the evening with a former neighbor, Mrs. Eva Jarrett. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lewis spent Sunday evening with the latter's brother, Edgar Ping and wife of Covington. -'.-'-"-'v---- -' The Perrysville Home Economic club met Wednesday afternoon at tha home of Mrs. Ethel Hueston. Swign Low Sweet Chariot was the opening song. Mrs. BeaBie AnderBon led the devotions which was followed by roll call. Mrs. Daisy Sprouls gave the lesson on "How to care for walls and wood work." Mrs. Rachel Smith furnished the recreation, Mrs. Helen Riggs being the contest winner. Refreshments were1 served KIcenAllfleanser 1 5 r.1iraClo2qts.25c Duz Ige. box 25c Dauntless OrangeJuicc 23 TEA Rex range Pekoe pkg-1 0.c SEC0ND1N0 BROS. Universal, Ind. 1 This Pure CLINTON PURE MILK I Drfll 'Q MADKFT uutil u iiiniuiLi IS YOUR CHILDREN'S BEST HEALTH INSURANCE Insist On This Plastic Rifle ' An exact replica in plastics of the ,45 GI automatic makes training weapons available in large quantities rapidly to help save American lives in combat. Real weapons are used in fighting, plastic replicas in training. 328 N. Ninth St. s Soldier's Cotton Every soldier requires 250 pounds of cotton, or about 10 times what the average civilian wears. Worry of SATI.'V PirtSE ENVELOPE Enchanting even cmply, but instead t!ies lovely little carryalls come with full-size Revlon .Nail Enamel, Oily Polish Remover and a wee bottle of Adhcran. Luscious colored cases. I.JiO (rtw iedaat'ias) I PASTEURIZED MILK U f MINNIE GIOVANINI IVAN SVETKOFF Nrrfj.'-1201 North 7th Street by the hostess and assistant hostesses, . Mrs. Daisy Sprouls and Mrs. Ruth Jenner. Mrs. Dorothea Donald . assisted with the serving. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mis. Ruth Edmonds. ,' Mrs. Minnie Spandaw and daughter, Mrs. Jennie Mitchell entertaln-! ed the Lowe's Aid Society last Thursday. Fourteen of the members were present. After the usual pot i luck dinner, the ladies spent the j afternoon quilting.. A Christmas ,' party was planned for the next meeting which will be held with Mrs. Ethel Breezley. Mrs. Mary Volkil J and Mrs. Dorothy Volkil were guests. The Woman's Study Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank Holder. Eighth members were present. Roll call was answered with quotations from "New England Poets." Mrs. C. M. Sanders gave a book review on "Dunny-brook." by Gladys Hasty Carroll. FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? J'on't be embiirraas! by loose fulae twtli Rliiiiiinn, droiHintf or wabbling wiifij ,v(ii cut, tnllt or luugli. Jum upriij-kit u little FANTKKTII on your plates. This leant powder trivea a remit rk-ttkle nviim of added comfort and tsei-ur-ity by Holding plates more firm I v. No gummy, gooej, pasty tnste or feeling. It's alkaline Oi'Hi-auid). Get 1'A STKISTil uny druc store. T Atlilitor J'lvsid.-nt Hvnutor JK'iili.r S.-.r-tr IM. In I'ionw iiIciI' Joint State State It.'l)- VU vk of Stiitc Coi:,t.8B Senator rmioiitntive , ; 1 ? 1 t i I I I 1 h i r ft I I 'ii z TABULATION GENERAL ELECTION VERMILLION COUNTY NOV. 7, 1944 nrer Hlieriff OoroiHr Surveyor Comm. Comm. 2nd I list. Hill lixt. E a Z S 1 i Eg 5 S 5 r c p ? : u. ; t. r T30"-172 134 172 lli3 162 138 165 1 39 208 97 94 ir,5 92 169 89 151 95 152 95 166 83 Ri-, ,io 89 173 79 165 85 161 86 166 90 1"9 129 125 143 1 17 1 23 1 32 127 127 J2G 130 141 117 139 142 121 111 145 116 135 115 140 205 21 7 200 238 1 S9 2'U 21" 212 2oo 2u2 210 34 "75 34 79 31 73 35 76 32 77 30 146 217 129 221 126 21 4 134 2"5 140 206 14 1 100 127 95 131 92 124 95 124 96 127 94 97 246 108 227 1 18 243 108 233 1 24 228 1 19 119 "59 131 247 137 253 132 254 139 238 144 107 178 123 186 115 188 112 177 126 186 114 53 lift 52 120 58 122 54 119 57 121 57 4" 133 37 126 44 127 43 128 41 127 44 14ft 206 128 174 143 185 1 32 173 144 175 138 78 Hfl 7ft 86 86 95 73 87 83 88 80 "3" 213 215 158 257 171 223 157 247 167 234 106 100 81 80 103 83 92 77 100 8ft 96 257 "16 234 193' 258 199 246 J99 249 203 241 ,0R 74 96 64 105 65 1"2 66 103 67 99 141 126 H'6 89 141 87 121 86 1 34 86 133 73 107 61 92 71 91 70 94 S 95 69 188 103 177 71 199 75 186 71 19ft 72 186 Ul 44 56 39 59 39 57 37 57 37 57 1"8 18ft 91 135 130 110 114 138 111 141 109 "41 146 221 122 212 131 219 127 22S 128 22S 1"3 1.00 124 91 13 1 94 121 93 1 29 93 1 23 186 137 166 120 181 127 1 70 121 1 79 122 1 1ll "61 "48 214 230 267 246 237 235 25o 237 247 177 "38 147 219 164 223 156 221 158 221 155 166 313 148 294 16H 305 15" 297 159 299 155 1S4 265 165 247 182 239 1X0 243 179 247 172 153 220 J16 192 152 203 127 193 139 198 132 172 163 164 128 115 2"9 75 203 123 26 3 276 194 125 129 185 95 162 76 195 63 87 89 81 142 131 98 1 "2 135 87 78 118 129 194 132 93 99 K!7 107 54 36 125 63 213 8 3 224 96 126 62 173 8 5 20 2 118 161 The next meeting will be a Christmas parly on Dec. 19. The club purchased a number of turbeculosls seals. Refreshments were served by the hostess. On account of the approaching ' holidays, the Home Kc club will hold It's regular meeting on Die. 13. William Drake, wife and son. Kennard, attended a buHket dinner nt the home of Mr. Drake's brother, Onier Drake at Atlica Sunnily. The dinner was given in honor of Outer Drake and fouler son. Benny Parent, who Is home of a furlough from the south Pacific area. He is serving in the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jackson spent Saturday evening with Mrs. Jackson's sister, MrB. James Cunningham. State Line, Ind. Mrs. Ed Mellinger and children have moved from the Sheridan property into the Myers property, vacated recently by Cecil Toby. Mrs. Hattie Allen and son. Hardy Allen and wife of Cates. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Allen Monday. Miss Bessie Spurr of Hillsdale was a guest of Miss Vera Allen Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gebbink attended installation services of (he OKS officers of the Sidell chapter on Saturday night. The V. B. Aid sociely will meet on Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 13. Squire Shute and John Cook who were both hurt iu an automobile accident recently are. report.ed to be recovering satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Allen were 170 162 178 135 125 76 214 129 250 259 192 127 134 197 106 197 94 70 109 107 101 42 184 160 1o7 147 2,9 244 331 288 225 133 90 89 123 129 196 32 132 93 106 144 110 58 39 131 211 88 239 98 121 66 151 54 89 1 99 118 160 224 149 138 161 120 169 160 162 130 125 218 78 216 131 242 243 192 120 131 194 106 209 98 218 74 118 99 129 46 1 82 168 107 149 276 "4 2 229 269 223 134 93 84 115 126 195 3 4 125 9 3 log 135 1 15 4 3 136 75 232 10ft 244 99 130 64 192 55 12 203 123 167 2 ".6 155 131 175 129 169 155 167 143 138 228 76 o t 130 241 251 1X8 125 127 181 93 175 81 208 71 100 99 85 40 170 1 66 102 1 30 2 55 229 311 249 204 149 103 107 135 146 21 1 3 3 156 101 126 152 117 58 42 138 78 242 98 252 103 121 17 5 7 1 15 219 124 173 242 165 158 179 142 159 147 144 118 109 i j 76 195 121 24 237 184 119 128 172 85 158 81 193 64 90 91 7 I 4 0 138' 137 93 123 242 216 297 236 191 145 90 99 129 133 2oo 32 156 97 123 145 121 56 42 138 80 240 94 242 99 127 t.9 1 90 60 I "5 220 1 2 168 230 133 157 175 1 3.3 (Js8ie ' North I'lTcyfixHlp South IVrryBville Muppni1 Kasi Cayuu West Cayuga Quaker Kast Newport West Newport Kast Dana West Dana Hlllsdalo Summit Grove St. lternice No. 1 St. Hernice No. 2 St. Bcrnice No. 3 Jacksonville Sandytown Fairview Crompton Hill Centenary r Kast Tnion Universal Khodes Clinton No. 1-A Clinton No. 1-11 Clinton No. 1-C Clinton No. 2-A Clinton No. 2-H Clinton No. 3-A Clinton No. 3-H Clinton No. 4-A Clinton No. 4-B 119 tt 3 1 r. 1 2 lS(i 100 l.r2 5 !'. l,r' 171 1D 91 1G3 1- ' 5,3 : 1 15fi UK 143 113 141 117 145 114 100 1 : .. 1 .& 12fi 103 li:C 104 154 109 llto 1" 1S1 J2:: i 42 12" "19 "13 "02 209 216 214 213 210 213 213 220 76 37 7 35 7(1 37 74 36 7S 34 77 21H 132 217 131 215 !3li 215 134 225 1 25 190 125 ll 123 Hill 125 1111 123 XX 1 27 9H 126 236 131 22S 133 230 134 229 121 237 123 226 251 151 245 139 247 155 243 148 247 149 239 195 112 19 109 192 117 1SS 113 193 114 1M 1"2 61 120 60 119 62 118 60 126 53 124 13ft 43 126 43 122 50 121 49 131 40 12f 175 158 170 155 171 167 169 153 1X2 147 1M) 84 103 82 96 88 97 86 94 95 S5 83 157 285 149 276 155 275 157 258 177 210 1 .i 8 77 106 73 103 78 116 79 109 89 97 85 193 264 180 267 184 264 186 254 202 248 2"8 64 116 60 113 70 112 67 107 74 107 6S fl 161 77 157 89 164 84 153 1 15 1 27 96 104 68 97 70 98 76 94 75 102 68 93 80 213 70 2o4 75 211 7U 21' 2 83 193 75 35 72 35 67 38 65 38 I.", I" 5l 3 140 141 133 136 141 135 133 132 161 119 150 126 256 122 245 128 255 126 24 t 144 228 110 100 140 1 HO 133 IMS 133 1"t 13M 102 125 9 6 125 191 123 178 131 182 125 173 138 171 132 237 270 225 263 235 271 234 259 241 257 265 211 180 210 175 215 182 215 17S 225 164 232 292 '179 283 182 285 15 284 181 3o3 162 211 228 220 225 216 237 2o9 231 206 240 1S6 250 187 166 182 161 194 l.'t 19U. 149 203 143 199 2:to 23o 2IO 147 138 146 115 238 187 6575 3986 5054 4509 5469 4134 5060 4486 5063 4309 4964 4447 5050 4316 52 443"5119 4374 4884 4510 5309 4219 5553 44 Total 4998 4912 4822 4785 4971 491" 4894 471 4 5; t

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