The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 13, 1944 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 13, 1944
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THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Three Wednesday, December 13, 1944. i I ROBERTA'S (j Clinton Social Notes jfr BEAUTY SHOP 137 North 7th St. PHONE 184-W PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT Wednesday Tempus Fuglt, Christmas party, St. Bernice Class Meets Mrs. Grimes Hostess To . Baptist Class; Holiday Party at Legion Home p. m. at the home of Mrs. Claude persistently along the Saar river front above Saarbrucken, outflanked and captured Siegfried Line strong-points about a mile north of Dillin-gen, front dispatches said. Take giegfrieil Point Capture of the Siegfried Line strongpoint by the Third Army men under command of Lieut. Gen. George S. Patton was effected despite numerous Nazi counter-attacks against ttie Yank bridgehead on the east side of the Saar at Dillingen. Wegner. Bring BOc gift. Fortnightly Club Holds Christmas Party Tuesday Wednesday Embroidery Club Chili Supper Enjoyed At Alley Home Recently Twelve guests attended a chili supper given at the home of Mrs. Ruth Alley recently. meets with Mrs. Lou Adams, Black- The annual Fortnightly Club Christmas party was held at the man street. Annual Christmas din tend the services. They are: The Most Hev. John T. McNiclio-las, O. P. S. T. M., Archbishop of Cincinnati, O., who will deliver the installation sermon; the Most Rev. Francis J. Beckman, D. D., Archbishop of Dubuque, la.; the Most Rev. Samuel A. Strict, D. D., Archbishop of Chicago, 111.; the Most Rev. John A. Floersch, D. D., Archbishop of Louisville, Ky.; the Most Rev. John Gregory Murray, D. D., Archbishop of St. Paul, Minn., and the Most Rev. Moses E. Kiley, D. D., Archbishop of Milwaukee, Wis. The two-day observance will begin Monday night with a reception in honor of the Most Rev. Amelto Giovanni Cigognani, apostolic delegate to the United States, who will elevate Archbishop-elect Ritter. ner. Bring table service. Mrs. John Grimes was hostess for WATCH OUT FOR SNIFFLY Women of the Moose, regular home of Miss Grace O'Rourke Tuesday evening. Miss Zoe Sharp opened the pro Christmas decorations were car meeting at the hall on Blackman the Baptist Ladies Sunday School Class meeting last Thursday. It was the Christmas party with a pot-luck street, 7:30 p. m. gram with the story of the Nativity Pocahontas Lodge meeting, 7:30 ikadColds Head colds can cause much suffering. Don't suffer needlessly. Just put a little Va-tro-nol up each nostril. Believes According to St. Luke. Each mera dinner. Twenty-two members, three p. m. at the hall. guests and five children had the ber answered roll call with the Christmas theme In poetry and Friendly Bunco Club, Mrs. Thel- sneezy. stuffy OIB- di Christmas lesson. The officers for the previous year were re-eled. The ladies presented Mrs. June ma Baxendale, 7:30 p. m. Thursflav prose. - . Christmas carols were sung with Plans Complete for First State Archbishop Elevation INDIANAPOLIS,- Ind. Final plans had been completed today for ceremonies elevating the Most Rev. Joseph E. Ritter D. D., to Archbishop of Indianapolis. He will become Indiana's first Archbishop at services in SS. Peter and Paul Cathedral at 10 a. m. Tuesday. Six Catholic Archbishops will at Miss Sharp as pianist. The Christmas The annual Christmas party of La Woolf with a beautflul picture in story was presented by Mrs. Dom tress. Also helps prevent many colds from developing If used In time 1 Try it. Follow directions in folder. Works flnel dies Bible Class of First Christian Church to be with Mrs. J. L. Hayek AfiwiisopiT I quickly relievs J distress J Costello with the subject, "Drums ried out throughout the entire house, and the supper was served by candlelight. Those present were Kathleen Evans, Martha Hastings, Joyce Evans, Mrs. Iva Wooten and daughter, , Eleanor, Pauline Jackson, Ethel Plrce, Odetta Pugh, Mary Conner, Louise Jeffries, Georgena and Richard Alley and the hostess. Games were played during the evening with prizes being won by Joyce Evans and Louise Jeffries. Christmas gifts'were exchanged. Mrs. Warren Weir has returned to the home of her mother, Mrs. Grace Squires on North Twelfth street, after spending the past two months oils, in appreciation for services rendered during the Revival meeting. They also presented MrB. Earl Skid-more with a gift of apperlcatlon. at 2:30 p. m. Hostesses are Mrs. Oil and Meal A bushel of soybeans yields on the average 0 pounds of oil and 18 pounds of meal. Hayek, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Foster, Mrs. V1SKSVA-TR0-K0L Go Dead" by Bess Streeter Ald-ridge. A small Christmas tree centered the dining room table and was surrounded by red tapers. A red, white Webster and Mrs. Wllhlte. Mrs. De- Cpl. Fern Wooten, who has been Poister will have devotions. Bring a 25c gift. Golden Rod Girl Scouts meet at stationed in Texas, was granted a leave of absence to attend the funeral of Mrs. Wooten's grandmother, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Bynum. who passed away at the Vermillion coun and silver color scheme was carried out. Gifts were exchanged during the evening. Hill Crest Community Center at p. m. to paint toys for Christmas. DIAMONDS On January 9, Mrs. Marie Porter Ladles Auxiliary of the One-Half ty hospital last week. will entertain the club. This will be Century Club, Christmas dinner, Members of the American Legion with her husband in Texas and Baltimore, Md. Pvt. Weir Is now at an 6:30 p. m. at the club rooms. Bring a business meeting and the election of officers for 1945. covered dish and10c gift. embarkation port. held their annual Christmas party at the Legion home last week with a pot-iuck supper for the husbands and wives. There were twenty who Acme Club, Christmas Party, 7:45 CAPTIVATING GIFTS p. m. Mrs. Janet Scott, Doughty a- CAtA NOMf partments. GIFT SETS enjoyed the bounteous supper, with WSCS of the Methodist Church OSPITAL IflotU Mr. and Mrs. Homer McCowan of Terre Haute being present. There Christmas party. One o'clock lunch Variouf combination 'IMSdN of Cars Nome fonut I i J eon. Executive committee in cnarge, was a gift exchange. awiioDi. . . . Etch in ""M"" Mrs. Pullen, chairman. Meat dish bolidijr wjtp. Mrs. Mary Ditto spent last Mon i i ft ft i ft ft if ft .ft ft day night with Mary June Doane in rolls and drink will be furnished by the committee. Each person bring Terre Haute. covered dish and table service. Mrs. White's Pharmacy Mrs. John Forehand and mother, ' for her for him Never before in bur history of dealing in fine merchandise have we offered a more beautiful selection of diamonds brilliant, scintillating gems of rare quality and at reasonable prices. Time dims all things, but the fire of a diamond, the gift that is never forgotten, always appreciated. Mrs. Louisa Prall, returned last Mon Cecil Anstead, devotionals, Mrs. J. W. Reader, musical program; and Mrs. Orsola Pastore of Route two was admitted to the Vermillion County Hospital yesterday as a medical case. Mrs. Hazel Beam of St. Bernlce was dismissed from the county hospital yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. John Vestal and son day from Henryvllle, Ind. Mrs. J. A. Wright Christmas Story. The Pinochle Club met Wednes Animoa Class of the First Baptist Church will have a party at 1252 day at the home of Mrs. Ruth Doane. There were .three guests. Mrs. Marie Llents of Terre Haute, South Fifth. Bring gift for grab bag. Fridav Mrs. Ann Fowler of Clinton and Mrs. Elmer King of St. Bernice. a .- - - of Paris, 111., Lilly and Gayle Ma-loney and John Rennick spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacksonville P. T. A. regular Christmas program and entertain Mrs. Jack Dorfmeier has returned Maloney of Eldorado, 111. Beware Coughs c, from common coltts That Hang On Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe find heal raw, tender Inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way It quickly allays the cough or ""U are to have your money back. CREOMULSION For Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis from a vacation with relatives in Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Charles Karam of Gary, Ind Mrs. Daisy Adams of Chicago Is i ft ment. All grades will take part In the program, 7:30 p. m. Saturday Primary Department of Methodist Church, will hold party at the church In primary room from 2 to 4 p. m. Bring 10c gift. spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Eva Donna and grandmother, the guest of her mother, Mrs. Amanda Bush. Mrs. Harry Coleman, the former Mrs. Laverna Crossley of Fairview. Mable McCauley, is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc Claujped Ads Sell Most Anytbinf Cauley. Mrs. Coleman's husband, a petty officer In the navy Is stationed in the New Guinea area. Former Clinton Soldier Awarded Medal of France Pvt. Kenneth L. Roll, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ferguson and Mrs. C. T. Roll of Shelbyvllle, former Clinton residents, has been presented with the award of Ver xst Phone &n-Nr Headquarters for Keepsake Diamonds 215 S. Main CLINTON dun, a medal of the French people. Pvt. Roll, 19, who is now with the U. S. forces in Germany, has been in service for a year and over- seas six months. were called to Indianapolis because of the serious illness of their daughter, Mrs. John Elliott. Manuel Frank Ernhart of Clinton is enjoying a few days vacation with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ernhart while his mother is visiting in Chicago and in Gary, Ind. Elza Church, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Church, who until recently was a resident of St. Bernice, Is reported missing in action in France. Bob Boruff of Indianapolis spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Edna Boruff. Mrs. Josie Harper, who has been Sent to his parents by Private 1 Roll, the medal was accompanied by citation which read In part: "To the great leaders, the officers and e Week the heroes living and dead, who have triumphed over the avalanche of barbarians and immortalized their names throughout the world and for In a Danville Hospital for observa tion, has returned to her home west to future generations, the city of Verdun, inviolate and standing on its ruin, gives this medal in testimony of town. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. York have II of its gratitude." HIM Pvt. Roll attended Clinton High Buy received word from their son, Sgt. J. Hubert York that he is fine and is in England. Sgt. York trained rrfV .A 0. m M I School before moving to Shelbyville with his parents. His father was formerly manager of the Clinton branch of the G. C. Murphy Co. here in the states for two years be that fore going across. Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey of Ter re Haute have moved to West Clin GO TO CHURCH SCNDAT ton addition and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Baner also of Terre Haute have mov ed into the Iva Wooten property. Both men are employed in the Mil SUIT OR TOPCOAT $25 o $45 waukee yards. , Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Boltz and son Poor Digestion? Headachy? Sour or Upset? Tired-Listless? I This Is Th ft f '-Tl I fs 1 i V If $ ,) ft - l- I f i ft o.,N. ft ) That glorious flavor and 6ne quality you enjoy in our Sealtest Ice Cream, doesn't just happen. It's the result of knowing how to blend and freeze the finest ingredients and that takes years to learn. Jerry enjoyed last week end with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barker and family in Carlisle. Monday they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Houng in Terre Haute returning to St. Bernice early Tuesday. Do you feel headachy and upset due to YOU CAN ALWAYS DEPEND ON poorly and ly aigeitea looaf j o teei cneenai happy again your food must be dii nape rfieeated nrooerlv. ttea e CLOVERLEAF Each day. Nature must produce about Yanks Pounding Forward in New Drive on Rhine (Con tinned from page 1) two pmta of a vital digestive juice to help digest your food. If Nature faila, your food may remain undigested-leaving you headachy and irritable. Therefore, you must increase the flow of this digestive juice. Carter's Little Liver Pills increase this 8ow quickly often in as little as 80 minutes. And. you're on the road to feeling better. Don't depend on artificial aids to counteract indigestion when Carter's Little Liver Pills aid digestion after Nature' own order. Take Carter's Little Liver Pills as directed. Get them at any drugstore. Only 10 and 25. ChvtrUm CrrmmerUt, inc. D hi item Sathmsl Dairy Prtlmctt Corporatkm Tune in the Joan Davis Sealtest Village Store Program, with Jack Haley, Thursdays, 8:30 i. M., W'MAQ elsewhere along the Roer, are staging a bitter delaying action on the river' west bank. Gen. Dwlght D. Eisenhower's f p I i i i t lirlrh I 'm i I c iy,.i- JLf ' J j " Sy. 'JA " ' '0. headquarters reported a new First Have a "Cokeys Merry Christmas Army attack south of the Hurtgen Forest at a. m. which carried the ft Americans into Roilesbroich, a mile and a half east of Lammersdorf. ASK TO SEE THE SERVICEMAN'S DATA BOOK! All resistance ceased In the Meta area with surrender of the city's last remaining garrison "Fort Jeanne d'Arc." Extend Firrat Front The First Army extended its ac tive front by the new thrust to the south, possibly aimed at a dam ov- BACK THE FIGHTING SIXTH.. BUY AT LEAST ONE EXTRA BOND. the Roer at Haaepfeld, seven miles east of Roilesbroich, To the north, the Germans fought savagely to bold on to Schophoven 3k n n and Pommernich. Recent figures Indicate the Ger mans averaged (,000 casualties a day between Nov. 16 and Nov. 26 during the peak of the First Army attack. These are considered too high but it is likely the Nazis are losing a division every 10 days. Headquarters reported that the Third" Army is still repulsing numerous counterattacks at the Saar river bridgeheads. Some gains were recorded in fighting in the suburbs of . . .adding refreshment to holiday cheer The spirit of Christmas Is friendliness a tune to get together with friends and family. There's a whole story of hospitality in the three words Have 4CsV, three words that express a friendly spirit the whole year 'round. Yes, Coca-Cola and the pome that refresh are everyday symbols of a way of living that takes friendliness for granted. SOTTLED UNDEI AUTHOtfTY Of IK COCA-COLA COMPANY CY TERKE HAUTE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Saarlautern. Farther south, the American Sev 5E A I 1 -aMauatw- enth Army drove toward the Rhine 1 I "Cok-"CoCol ROSENBLATT'S and the vital Reich industrial city of Karlsruhe which sprawled only C natural for popular nana to acquire fricndl abbrcvia-I boo. That1 why wm heat I CeoCota called LCota". IS miles ahead of Lieut. Gen. Alex ander M. Patch's troops. The Yank Third Army! hammerins

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