The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 14, 1944 · Page 2
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December 14, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Thursday, December 14, 1914. THE DAILY CLINT ONI AN P;iiv Two Freak Blizzard Sends Midwest Thermometers Down Near Zero Mark Three Cayuga Clubs Hold Christmas Parties; Church Officers Elected tax has bfBii .repealed. Every taxpayer it :rt?iulrcd to pay- .normal tax and tnost taxpayers will be required to pay a surtax. Instructions for computing these taxes may be obtained by consulting local representatives of the department of internal revenue. Donations of gills for "those that little friends: Max, Benny and Tony (Continued from page 1) Clark, Doris, Jei'f and Tony CliCK, Soldier Guest At Eugene Sgt. Glenn Tillotson Is Honor Guest at Dinner; Sleigh Ride Held Here Mr. and llrs. Clarence Piorson were business callers here Monday. Several of (he younger set in Eugene took advantage of tlie snow by having a sleigh ride there Saturday night. Rev. and Mrs. Miles of Perrysville did not speak at the Methodist Church Sunday because of the snow gave veteraliB ill hospitals wnicn Hie local Legion and Auxiliary sponsored III the national drive were generously given locally. Seventy-five packages, some Willi several gifts in them, were taken by Legionnaires Olto Jullck and Kverclte Shelby to I he district center at Terre Haute lotBon and son, fllenn. the honor guest. Master Marvin Dowers was a dinner guest of ill" grandmother, .Mrs. Maltie llrown Monday. Mrs. Hannah Lower and Mrs. Flora Wiv.tliorman were callers at Hie home of Mrs. Jean Clark at Cayuga Saturday. Mrs. Jennie Kinderman spent Sal-urday afternoon Willi her (laughter Mrs. Marzell (Hills. Mrs. Flora Weatherman spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Hanna Lowe. .Mrs. Mattie Clark and daughter. Mrs. Susie McLain. spent Saturday in Danville shopping. Mrs. Mary Holdway of Indianapolis and Mrs. Itoulali Dowers were dinner guests of Mrs. Kllen Dowers The lowest temperature in Indiana was recorded at Terre Haute, while colder weuther was predicted tonight. The mercury fell to six above in Chicago, but rising temperatures were predicted for tomorrow. Throughout the Rocky Mountain States and the southwest Weather Russian, Nazi Troops Locked In Bitter Fight Counly Farmers : V Get Information On IneomeTax With the first of the year approaching. Indiana farmers are asking questions regarding filing Federal income tax reporls. II. H. Chlnn, extension agricultural economist at Purdue fniversity, announced Monday. He explained to the farmers thai they must file an estimate of the tax obligation on 1!)44 Income on Jan. 15, and pay the amount indicated, or the final, complete return and complete payment may be made at this time if the farmer wishes. The final, accurately calculated Income tax return on 1944 income is duo on Mar. 15, Mr. Chlnn said, if oniy an estimate was made on the loth of Jan. Should this return show a higher tax obligation than was Indicated by the Jan. 15 estimate, the difference must be paid or iC a lower tax is indicated, a refund may be claimed. Form I04CES will be used if only an estimate is made on Jan. 15. (Continued from page 1) Bureaus reported cnining wines. Saturday. Mif. Thomas Foster and sun arrived Irom Chicago Tor a visit with l,r slsier ami family, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Donald. nr.cat'300 German officers and j Most predictions for these . areas weather ... ..... ,....l.n nl col. forecast fair and warmer for tomorrow. Philip Hughes, Joe lleardsley. Jim-mie Morgan, Carol Kuhns, Donald Oillis, Rodney and Clarence Dale Alexander, Larry Hinkle, Quinten and Beryl Cole, Onieta and Juanita Hooten, Bobby Youngblood. Gretch-en Boyd, Terro Ann McC.losson, Terry Allee and Karen Sue Kirchoff. The Social Study Club met at the home of Mrs. Bessie Brown. A very interesting Christinas story-was read by Mary Porter. Refreshments were served to the following members: Marjorie Clark, Earlene Crick, Lucille Ratcliff, Frances Au-ble, Mary Porter, Alma Robbins. Maxine Gillis and Nedra Parkhurst. Sergeant Earl P. Griffis, a technician fourth grade with an aviation engineer battalion building bases for Allied air power in the Mediterranean Theatre of Operations, received upon the recommendation of his company commander, the Driv The Missionary Sociely of the Cli i.-tlan Church met Tuesday at- Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison llrown of ten, mm al the home of Mrs. Crace men, knocnea out six i.s..o zed a quantity of abandoned war material. Moscow reported brisk fighting In East Prussia where a company of Nazi infantry was destroyed. On another section of the East Prussian front, the Soviet communique said, Russian snipers picked off 49 Germans while Red army air forces wrecked eight locomotives and 10 cars along with 25 motor vehicles. Perrysville Woman Dies Last rites were held Thursday afternoon in the Methodist Church for Mrs. Mary Evlyn Johnson. Rev. J. c. Whitson and Rev. E. T. Miles officiated and burial was in the Hicks cemetery. The Watson Funeral Home at Cayuga was in charge. and icy roads. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dowers and ons, Wayne and Marvin, entertained with a dinner Sunday in honor of Staff Sgt. Glenn Tillotson who ia spending a leave at home. Those present were Mrs. Mary Iloldway of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. (Ilea You-inans of Newport, Mr. and Mrs. James Dowers, Mr. and Mrs. I'aul drum-ley and daughter, Hetty, liohert Til- Georgetown spent Sunday wllli Mr. Kirchoff. The de otlnnais were gi en and Mrs. William Keister and lainlly. I by Mrs. Ethel l.auKhlin and the Mrs. Edith Karlliinc. Flora Wen- theme was "IIchIiIcb the Still Wl-therman and liertha Mack called on i t"is." The lesson was presented by Mrs. Violet Swalm at the Lake View J Mrs. Mary M orpin and Mrs. Jean Hospital in Danville Wednesday. i Simpson. I' was entitled "Major Mrs. Marzell Hills spent one af-1 Cjilcsl Ions Il.i'ore the Indians." The teinoon this week with Mrs. William I hosless served refreshments of cake dark. 'and coffee. Mrs. fil'ace Sproulx will Will Collier of Ilunirlck. 1ml . was be I lie hosless for the January meet-a caller in tills community Thursday. ', inn. Men -hern present al the Kirck- ..... .. i . r I.... M..c,1;im .Tei.n Kiiiill- ers T award tor eincieni ana su Changed little from previous years. perior work as an operator of heavy the form will be helpful in determin tog airfield construction equipment, har- mrs. r.uiin i.cvoie in vs.-. , . .. .... I .,, r..ipn iu .l,e on of Mr. and ,s n. -ifr.ini,. 1 ui.ii en..-,, i tirmi K. he .alllin in. """ - I Mrs. Thomas P. Griffis. He is a vet Men, WomenOld at 40,50,60! Need Pep? Want to Feel Younger, More Vim? S EC!" 'lcoKl xJirodilctor, .l.e .nil, 35C1 At nil Kii"l '"' "swl.ere. In lintiin at tiillia PtarmiKjN Graveside Services Held Ernest Hughes, Newport, Brief grave-side services were held nt 4 p. m. Tuesday afternoon at the Hicks Cemetery for Ernest Hughes. Funeral services for Mr. Hughes were held last Sunday and then the body was sent to Indianapolis to be cremated. He was burled near his wife who preceeded him in death about a year ago. County Hospital recently. She is a i fella Adams. Ivn .Ionian, Mary Mor-niece of Mrs. Edith KarlhiiiK. I Kim and Kulalla Donald. Edward flalleton was called In ji. Albert l'lirkhiirst entei-laln- T..i.n ...nnt, 1.,. n.n .nPl,,i,. U1-I...1 I.,... l,rn.i In lienor Brisk, refreshing lotion in Stag's easy-to-holj bottle. 6-ounce size. I eran of two years overseas service ! and wears the European- African -, Middle East ribbon with three battle ing net farm income to calculate the estimate due in January. The form has been somewhat simplified vvitli a short calculation and a long one both contained in the same form. Any farmer with a taxable income of less than $5,000 may use the short form If he wishes. According to Mr. China, the victory ne'ss of 'his sister. I , j.r .laii.l.i.'r, Sally's si.tl, birtl.- ' Pici, mtton rtan.. Herieshments of ice cream and The GO TO CIItmCH SUNDAY cake were served to the loiiow.ng The .w fill - " ssf (UpS.OSl.."I - ., tsiaor FLOUR KKOt.KH'S AVOXDAI.E 25 , 98e S, IWSPOM!'"" i.nsoons Wsim l lor.-ltiK officers were elected: Meiers. I Hoe Adams and W. J. Wilhite; C!k, Gladys Samuels; Deacons. Dm Itatcliff. Clarence Hamaad and Rilla Jordan; Deaconess. Iiulalia Donald, l.eola ' ltoach and Kuby Kuhns';' Trustee, Ceoi'Re Gaylor: Financial Secretary, Ira Donald; Treasurer, Otto Albriglil; Sunday School Fuperintendent. Holla Jordan; Su-I'crintendent of Missions, Ethel l.auKhlin; Superintendent of Young 1'eople. Iva Jordan. The officers will' be installed the last Sunday in Do-, cember. i ' 9S. S..,Hf 2(1 Oz. 5c TAISLH SALT IMaiii or lodiwd! .HoJ ' tnd ciiw ci;y 5 1 ' 320 C'AXK SKiAll I'se Coupons 1. -1 rr : 3 5 ;td, hi, aa, sa, : or 40 Moke this Spicy-Rich Coffee Cake with fegiji Klnalhan P. Hathaway was named scoutmaster of Boy Scott troop No. (IS of Cayuga at a recent meeting of the troop committee. Mr. Halha-way succeeeds L. S. Cole, who was Its first scoutmaster when it was organized seventeen years ago and lias served in that capacity fourteen of these years. The loca"l T. ion's Club Kroger's Country Club &0r& Flour Pillsbury's OK (iOI.D MEDAL VUKn 25 91.15. 1 J 25 A superfine flour, frpe milled from top-crop wheat for finer texture. Guarantees you better baking or double your money bnek. iSkSf io Does Christmas shopping leave you little lime for meal planning and preparation? Then here's the solulion. A quick stop at The Market Basket ... a speedy select ion from our abundant variety of jiffy-quiek foods and presto! your time-rationing problem's solved in short order. Try some of these short cuts to mealtime pleasure tonight and wee what a grand meal yon can get ready in a few minutes. Our low prices are easy on pocket- Each 79c Green or Silver . CHRISTMAS TREES recent ly took over the Cayuga Troop I the first time in Its history it has been sponsored by any organization. A few weeks ago Mr. Cole resigned as scoutmaster. Harold Mcfllossen was named troop committeeman in charge or activities. Mr. McGlossen succeeds Robert Watson, who recently moved to Danville, 111. An attempt Is being made to make uniforms' avulluhlGaJo ' tvH scouts. . Peri. NOTICE! Regular Closing Honrs Will Be In Effect AH Next Week-Shop Early. Jli-Clioirr1 Van Camp's VIENNA SAUSJ APPLE Kt'T'nUS 2N Oz. 2lc hooks thinned out bv Christmas buying. DINE A Ouick Maca.oni And Cheese Dinner lMnv-Xo Points Jar sous having. o. I uniforms, who, wish , to donate tlieui to the troop so' they I limy be used by t he scouts needing i them are urged to turn them in to 'troop chairman Fred Porter or leave Crossroads of Aiiii'risil PUA.MT IllTTEK 2 flQg 10c 7 cz. iin MM- l,h. far SPOTLIGHT "c 3B.bs59e NAVY BEANS S55 5 b," 46c CLOCK BREAD S". 2S21c RAISINS "J? 2"g.25c EVAP.MILK cocSv 4S35e S ('. Is "et 190 260 them al the office of the Cayuga Herald. Mrs. Lewis Tyler was hostess Wednesday evening to the Christiana parly by the Loyal Women class of the Christian Church. The usual curry-in supper was served amidst Chrlstmiis decorations. Twenty-three members and one guest, Mrs. Doyne Mi'MiiKtcrH, were present. The devo-llniialti were given by Mrs. Alma Aunt .lani'S PltESEIU i:s I'uiv (irnpc! - Kitl'hrn Queen SALAD DHESS .New linproveil (olden Stanil Tl'XA I'ISH (irateil Style .lar if),,' i '.1 WELCH'S VI Oz. Glass (1 Oz. Can iJE P(S. sfclJS del maize mim SALAD DRESSING LITTLE SPOKT Pint Jar .1 GREEN GIANT PEAS Large, Tender tofk 20 Oz. Can .V SWT. POTATOES Gulf Kist - In Syrup OK 29 Oz. Can .x3 v 140 RAItO HVItl P 1 !i! !.' ISlue l.aliel (i.ild.'ii (Jlnss Country Cluli PANCAKE Fl.Ol'lt E M. Corn Of f the Cob 1 ().. Can linK &WV Si'lf KisiliK w SWEET corn 650 Country Club COKN FLAKES IS lliit Servinus . ItEXl.IT ial. Freiull Dl'.V Cleanel'! Prieeil J.ow! 16c 18 Oz. Pkg. I.b. I1..V KEG A L WHITE $M He I3c Comitiy Club CKACKE11S Sar.llona Type CniiiplieH's TOMATO SOI I' Point Frs-e W" WHEATIES, The ,kB KA CLOCK IIONITS loz. Kroner's Simarel 25 Wsi 3 Hreaki'ast of Champions -. 20 Oz. Can RINSO Washing Pcwr.'e LIFEBUOY or 3 LUX SOAP ! Bar 6v5 GOOD HEALTH - CUBE A Large Bar rkg. L a i 43c 25c 59c 5 lbs. 3 lb. 101b. TANGERINES APPLES GRAPEFRUIT Sweet Easy to Peel! Idaho Boxed Jonathans! JUICY MARSH SEEDLESS meat is essential to GRADE A VEAL VEAL JREAST I . S. No. I POT VTUES 230 CANIIY YAMS EMPEIiOH (iliAPES Mi. Ten.ler Juicy Cltisten ;3U,S' 250 ,10" "350 :-'anrV Porto Hirllll TEAK (Quality Triiiiiiphi .11 ICE oltANC.ES I ( , 1 1 . 1 . i ii h and the business meeting was III charge of Mm. Ilernlce Foster. It was derided to abandon the .letolloiuila and luslead roll call will be uimwcrcit wlih a bit of scripture. ' vni.e or iii.Mlilim the member wants 10 prepare that would be appropri-ule. Clillleals wore III charge of Mrs. . Allium uud prizes won by Mrs. Nina Hull. 'it mid M l.i'ura Albright. Mr. Dnvne MeMiiHtet'H of Orlando, Kill. spenl s.i'eral days last week vlth'hcr lt.liT, Mi's. Max Foster. CupliilM MrMiel'TN who Is stationed nt Drliindn will arrive In Cayuga lining Hie (brlHitiuiH holiday fur a In. n inilmii'li Mm into Jullck. Jr. who has In .11 all ain iiiIIi'IIIk patient at St. l.lliab.'lh lli.pilal for Ihn past week 'Hum., I tn In r liome Holiday. Mtt 'hil. r lliiaul mid son David mi. I il.iiit In. 'fx IHna ami Pally iiine ln-i vsr.'l. lor nn exienil.'d vls-I villi h. r iii .thei. Mm. Margaret t,il, .lie Mr ItlMiiit wilt Join his .nulls I, il. r Mi .Mid Mi l' . d Wl. like reri lv--i W'.nl In. ill III Ir son. II. .ward, 'hat lie In iikh niiitloti.il at Camp l-'alinln, 1', vii- John S J.i.kliiN. Him of Mr. and ' Iim .1. x .l.-iilsiii' is Inline on n ten las Mil Iiilivh. He In slalioned at ''amp picket. Vs. Iii.iinlil Villains, "on of Mrs. Iiini.'si U.I.I., arris I'd home today mini Hie fulled Stales Navy for a Is-n d:iv f in lnils;li. Tech. Ss'l. clenylii Tllttitson, son i of Mr. ami Mrs Hubert Tillotson. rilul'ii..l sl,ni,l.,y lo Hllllni'S hi.l'l-. till. liidi.u..ip.li atli'r islling liis J vafenis an. I nilur n lails.-s for sev-'-ral das. Sul TiHnlM.ll r.-c.-ntly re-; tlirui'd to llie Mad s Instil France 'Where l,e s,iM saouiiiI.'iI iii action. , Tie is able In L'.-l urt.lllHl bv the aid i of rriilrhes Mrs. l-iditli D.'si.re. book k.-p.-r at the Paml.'S l.timlx r Company, sub-j mitti-d to an ;!p li.l.Tl.niis i.p. r.i-Ition la-t w.'. I: al Ihe V. niiillti.n ' Cmiiily llx-i'it.il. Clltittin. She is gel-ting ahum Hal ila. Ii.rlly. 10730 411 Oz. I 'loi ula's ' u TOMATO ,1 l it 'E Xew Pack! 210 s-'ani-y Cnlil'ornia I'KESII CMtllOTS Larue Crisp an. I Sseet Hunt l Can IC 3b. 1 Heavy with sweet iiie .juiei'! Yd. T l ATI ES Xo. f 110 I'll Points Call Lb. Soliil Pack Iteil KiH-'. FORK CHOPS 22c Shoulder Iean and Meaty SPARE RIBS Roast 28c RIB END 4 points CRADE A VIAL lb. 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