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December 22, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Friday, December 11, THE DAILY C L I N T O N I A N 1 "nge Two the Libertyville Church of 2 p. in. Sunday. Burial will Weil-Known Libertyville Man Dies at Residence Wniirr Snung. 60. well known JVt m ! Little Grove Cemetery in Clinton Business And Professional Men Join In Holiday Greetings County. mm Clinton Giui-ehes To Mark Cliricimas At Sunday Services fCrnitliiiiea liom page 1) resident of Libertyville, Ind., died at bis home at 2:40 a. m. today, following an eight weeks illness. Mr. Spung is survived by his wife, Sarah, one brother, Robert Spung of Paris, 111., and several nieces and B. I. PAVEY (Continued tiom page 1) ABSTRACTS NOTARY PU11LIO .ALV.IRV ItAITIST CHI IM H Blackmail Street lr. Prank H. lierner, Minister Mes. Prank S. licincr, i'laiilst t .....t.... Iil....,. it Music by Mrs. Itu.v Cosnell, aiToinpiiniei! b Mr. tlilKIH'll ill till' suluwix, will lie in 7::i0 p. in. The Kniniew Salem Church will have the Christinas program at JO a. m. under the direction of K. E. Randolph, Superintendent. At the Center Church of Fairview, the an liuiil Christinas supper will be at 7 p. in. The Hhcpharilsvilie New Testament Church, Hev. Joseph Ilumer-Ickhouse, minister, Christmas program is to be held at 7:30 p. m. The Christian Church of Clinton's program is nt 10:45 a. in. During the early service;, Mrs. Charles He roister will read the Christmas nephews. NEWPORT, INC tn the Frist The uou 10:00 a. in.'-- Bible School. John Funeral Home and will be returned lies. 7tH Walnut St. Clinton, Ind. Tel. Carnell, Sunt. to the residence tonight. Funeral services will be held at i Co. Natural (ias Co., Rosenblatt's, ('Union lee Co., Kiil Funeral Home, C. Columbus Co-Operative Stores, Heck's Texaco Service Station, National Cafe, American lieauty Shop, McCrncken's Market. Howell's Pharmacy, I.uoliy Strike Howling Alley, Osmon llros., Clinton Auto Co., Ktaats A"'' Kuptilv. Raby Shop. Faraco's Art Jewelry Shop. Inc., Stevenson Lumber Co., Aimone llros. Dairy, Lewis Hardware and Clinton Rook Store, Del Rio Cafe. Public Loan Co., I. I). Johnson, T. L. McDonald, the One-Half Century Club. United. Home Grocers. Wisehart and Savage. Attorneys-at- Have Your Dry-Cleaning Done "THE MODEL WAY" a winning ui uiiiis v tiiisii.iao limpets for the needy ure reiueted to bring them to the church Sunday niomiiiK. 1'arol Hcn-lcos The First Unpttst Church of Clinton, Rev. Hay f'ruwl, minister, Is to have a special surprise program lifter the study of the lesson at 9:40 a. m. Sunday morning- At 10:45 n. m. will be morning worship with the sermon subject being, "Christmas Scenes." Following the evening services to be held at 7 p. m. a special presentation of the Christmiis story, In song, scripture and poetry form will be given. Later, the young people will go caroling and then return to the basement of the church for a chill supper. At the Fairview Parish, J. S. Godwin, minister, the Sunday School session will hold their ChriHtmas program under the direction of Andrew Simpson, superintendent. A musical program given by the Adult Choir and the Youth Choir, directed 323 S.MAIN :-: PHONE 13 11 a. m. Morning worship. Sermon theme, "Over Nineteen Hundred Years Ago." Special music by Read Landers. 6:30 p. m. Young Peoples Service. Special program. 7:30 p. in. Evening service. Our Christmas program will be presented at this hour with many children and others participating. Those wishing to bring fruit or food for the Christmas Baskets for the needy are requested to bring it to the church Sunday morning. 7:15 p. m. Wednesday. Midweek prayer service. 8 p. m. Friday evening. Visitation and teachers meeting at the Church ut 8 p. m. Precious Metals Chile possesses precious metals. Gold has been mined since Inca times. The small-scale placer mining Hnnc lrioi, mUc m.il fiflh THE FIltST ItAITIST CHI IM'H OK CLINTON Coiner of I 't fill anil Walnut Hay l mul, .Minister ;eorfe f 'lienlinll, Minister of Music Mis. Teil Morgan, I'laulsl Mrs, John Kwickoi'd, 4'liureli School Superintendent 9:40 a. m. Church School opened w,ltll orchestra music. There will be the studying of the lesson and then a surprise program. 10:45 a. ni. Morning Worship. Sermon subject, "Christmas Scenes." 6:00 p. m. C. W. C. and Baptist Youth Fellowship, Junior and Senior. 7:00 p. in. Special program, a presentation of the Christmas story, in song scripture anil poetry. The public is invited. Following the evening service, the young people will have a party in the basement and then go caroling, then return to the basement for a chill supper. -7:00 p. m. Wednesday. Prayer meeting, and business meeting. 7:00 p. m. Thursday. The Couples Class will have a Christmas dinner in the church basement, and a grab hag. 6:00 p. m. Sunday evening. Deacons meeting meet in pastor's study. 536 S. FOURTH :-: PHONE 55 among American nations. Silver is i cill"3 Texco Super Service, Model Cleaners, Joe Corrado s Shoe mined around Copiapo. The refuse MODEL CLEANERS Shop. Sharp's Grocery, Seeondino lleverage Co. Ninth St. Auto Service, Voto Hard from the original crude refining was used for making bricks. When more scientific processes were discovered it was found that this "refuse' had 60 ounces of silver per ton. Houses were torn down for the silver in their walls. Uoe to the girl ho always waits, Til PI KI.OI ;HS bring IMPORTANT dates, Before she semis her clothes to I S, Send thrill NOW, lor cleaning Pl.l'S. ware, Sampson s lirocery, vaienie s Ciocery, A. ScaKRiari's Grocery. Va-lerlne's -Market, Iticauda Stajies, Foasi's Sinclair Service Station, Columbia Theatre., the Public Service Co. of Indiana, Inc., A. J. DouKbty's Furniture. Libel's Lliiuor Store. C.aniby's Market, Riverside Mills, Clinton Uot-tliiiK Works, McCrea's DX Service, Ulake's Neighborhood Store, Clinton Pure Milk Co., S. O. Harlan Hardware, Clinton Lumber and Supply Co., Zorzl's Bargain Store, Antoni-ni's liestaurant, Chiuies fuel's Sinclair Service Station. i nt? jh t'jn tgmra na;' ss s. S, iR SZ Xi fS'isi f'sl fV 'I Highest Ceiling Prices PAID FOR YOUR : sses ssmst jsms jumw wars -.-..oi.-, KAIRVIKW PARISH .1. S. Ooihvln, Minister Piiirview 9:45 a. m. Christmas program hy the School School session. Andrew Simpson, Supt. 7:30 p. m. A musical program given by the Adult Choir and the Youth Choir, directed by Mrs. Ray Gosnell, accompanied by Mar. Gos-nell at the piano and Hay Gosnell at the solovox. Brief message: "The Messiah." USED SEE IS HUl'OUE YOU SELL! WILSON, JUSTICE and OSELLA '4 THE PIR.ST METHODIST 'III IiI ( lilloiil ('. .Ionian, Minister John AV. Heeiler, Church School Slllierilitmlenfc Sirs. J. W. Heeiler, Milliliter or Music Mrs. Ii'tt f liurcli, Oi'g-anlst 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship. Sermon subject: "The Light and the Life." 10:45 a. m. Church School. 6:00 p. m. Methodist Youth Fellowship. Miss Nancy Wood, lead 835 B. 3rd Kt. l'hone 427 i IO DOUBT all of us Kay li't!lfftl''ifltl Salem 10:00 a. m. Sunday School. E. E. Randolph, Supt. Christmas program. 11:00 a. m. Worship. Center 10:00 a. m. Sunday School. Ernest Myers, Supt. Note: Annual Christmas supper Lino Beltrame's (Irocery, Diana Sweet Shop, Dr. Bredewen, optometrist, Koma Hotel, Antoniui's Liquor Store, Rodeghlero and Lowden, IJak-er's, Ilader's Cafe, the J. C. I'enney Co., E. P. Lowery, Temple Laundry Agent, Patsy and Leltoy's Modern Marathon Service, Wilson, Justice, and Osella Auto Sales. Art Kennedy's DX Station, Don's Standard Service Station. Dr. O. It. Mcduire. Clinton Hotel, Dr. K. W. Cordinaiey, the Wabash Oil Co., the Service Oil Co., Welkin's Auto Service, Citizen's State Hank, llonacorsi Hros., Mike's Auto er. Caroling Caravan 7:30 p. m. find it difficult, to observe the Christmas season in the manner to which we have been accustomed in former years but shall we not receive a certain amount of satisfaction from the knowledge that we ore a step nearer to lasting Peace at 7 o'clock. tonight at the church Bring dish. by all the Youth. 7:00 p. in. Scout meeting and gym session. 7:00 p. m. - Wednesday. Midweek service or prayer and study. 7:30 p. in. Thursday. Choir Ilody Shop and Motor Co., Baptist Ricauda, Louise, Inc. Clinton Auto Repairmen's and Service Stntion Association, City Bus KHF.IMISUSVIMiK NKW TUST.AMENT I'Ht'ItCH Hev. Joseph E. Hlllliericklioiisc, Pastor 10:00 a. m Sunday School. 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship. 7:30 p. m. Christmas program. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, prayer meeting. PIltST CHRISTIAN rlllltCH L. P. leIoisler, Pastor Cor. 7th and Itliickinan P. It. CiHHf.u-il, Supt. of Bible School 9:30 a. in. - Christmas program In all departments. Mrs. DePoister will give ChrlstmaB Story in Adult Department. 10:45 a. m. Regular worship period with sermon bythe pastor. IIII.LCHKST PRESBYTERIAN CHIIM'H CLINTON MONUMENT CO. X ROM the set-backs and disappointments of past months have come the ce-mentina of solid friendships that will in a measure compensate all of us for the sacrifices we have made. Out of the chaotic conditions will come a quiet understanding that will remain with us al- 9:30 a. m. Annual Sunday V. M. SNOW School Christmas program. 7:15 p. m. Christmas play. 4 1 1 14 I fa S iMtls&li M0. 2 W0. ,vjnere was une wno nave u Lamb." Special music by Hillcrest I ?. Choir. I jfnverite Sift Vways. AIM mm Tl WsTTT rvs PIRST PHF-SltYTKItlAN ( Hl lirH 9:30 a. m. Sunday School program. 10:45 a. m. Morning worship. Sermon "God's Men and God's Candle." Special music by Elizabeth Earls. 7:30 p. m. Christmas Cantata, "The Christ Child." CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY iZlti 1-2 Itlmkman St. (I'Klilan Hall) :S0 a. m. Sunday School. 11 a. m. ChurCh. Teitimonl .1 meetings every 1st ND SO, at this time of Christmas, may we make raid 3rd W dnesday of each month. every effort to enjoy it to the fullest and let us be thankful for all good things, Lines, J. L. Horney-Roberts Battery Co., Clinton Book Store and Central Supply Co., Tombaugu's He to $1.00 Store. Moore's Shoe Shop. Ilobb nnd flll-mour, O. C. Lawhead'a Barber Shop, Clinton Iron and Metal Co., Reed-er's Feed and Poultry Store, Wab-nsli Theatre, Modern Way Beauty Shop, Fred Starne's Canteen, Palace Club, Poland's Home and Auto Supply. Karanovieh Funeral Home. Creg-ory's Cafe and Barbecue, Trucker's Union, Dave Lawson, coal dealer, Wasserman's Shoe Store, Ben Rosen's Shoe Shop, O. T. Kendall, Basso's North End Grocery. HogRatt's Grocery. Victory Diner, Speed Grill, Riverside Inn, Adam-son's Beautorimn, Silver Front, VicV tory Cafe, Dixie Bar, LaGrace Hat Shop. Marshall and Son, Capitol Garage, Clinton Bus Station and Lunch Counter, Medlock's Jewelry Co., Arrow Auto Store, T. F. Rigsby's Furniture Store, Edith Kelley's Beauty Shop. Wilson and Wilson, Insurance, Mike Yelleh's Grocery, Frigo's Liquor Store, First anil Last Stop Cafe, Clinton Sausage Co., Taylor's Radio Service, Clinton Conservation Club. Crist Benetti'fl Feed Store, Divan's Repair Shop, Roberta's Beauty Shop. Vermillion County Conservation Council. Blanford Conservation Club, E. G. Reid. Clinton Tobacco and Candy Co., Kroger's Super Market, Marian's lieauty Shop, Scott's Beauty Shop, Giills Pharmacy, and the Root Store, Clinton branch, Clinton Monument Co. that have been our fortune. BOXED CHOCOLATES 7 i. HI HE We have a host of fncrv H. area whom we would like to icu personally in order to extend a personal Christmas Greeting. We may not get around to everybody so we ask that you consider this as being a genuine expression of good wishes to each of you and a hearty thank you for past courtesies Season's Best to each of you. I .1 sr. JOHNSON'S SCHRAFT'S BUNTE'S E to B to 3 In Beautiful Gift Boxes I 1 I- TAYLOR'S RADIO SERVICE German Push Into Helhim Slowed Hy Veteran Yanks 59c 65c S1.00 S1.25 SI. 50 S3.00 S4.50 87.50 BLAKE'S STORgT NEIGHBORHOOD 'Cnprfnupd Prom Page 11 5i?"s: Tii iif 1? ISit j? ji j D55CI mans for their offensive. St. Vith remains In American hands. The German pincers movement which started closing about the town was sprung by hard-fighting Yank infantry. Tank destroyers aided the doughboys in the battle to halt the encircling columns of the enemy. The Germans continued their attempts to disrupt American commun IN 'i l V J ft'.. A A-Tfj ff .. ications by dropping fresh paratroopers behind the lines, but some of them were mopped up by American patrols. The Germans foiuht bitterly from Si 5 I 4 o'clock in the morning until dusk b Headquarters For j KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS One of the Fkee Things for Which Men Fh.ht CllltlSTM AS is not the linn- to lie coommiiral nil Kills til tliiisi- you love am) Inlying Jrwolry is milly llnilly. I'or a little innrv jou ran buy Rifts of quality ji'Wt'lry jrifts Unit ill la-st lli"-l !. ior .iaimeuy, ir u was ine Keystone of their plan to swing from the Malmedy-Stavelot sector toward the northwest. The Nazi attack -was broken early by V, S. artillery and a second attempt was hurled back by doughboys who were dug in on the out- Sf1 u , j skirts of the town. May ur he h.in.lle in our thoughts at Christ-rtiituiu tuffy auiiff of the smriices which haie tiitidf it j'l'-sii.lg hr us to enjoy another jict Atiictimn .hiistiiltnt May out ( hi imus frectir.f he txtcndctl not onh lo our Jriin.fi at home hut those in distant long and m & 0. JSi at ft carefully for their offensive. Ameri . j. At hme vi.j:ftt so tofiuhtli for the things i h AmetHans Lclietc. in tt I DIAMONDS Make Ideal Gifts! War has left the ii;ilily of our dia-liloiids Mmiialitfed our selection the Itost we Inne eer hon. t'ome in and can-horn Germans, and others educated In ihe states, were dressed in American uniforms and sent out in scouting parties in captured jeeps to pave the way for the armored van res. At the northeast corner of the German flank near Monschau. American forces heat hack a series of iolent German attacks. The fury ih 215 South Main CLINTON Phone 607-W of American fighting was such they l lliet i-iirt Holies. t-ie unit- to retapiuie st-terai Milan f CT - towns or stratecic import a nee, in I jm iti ji 4- a ..;.t.i; i-? -ivst. i;j s.?!Jts.?:t ZVS, I.i .fi 5. s.SaJ si ss.: IJSfci J2 : 5'. vM&Mi M &&&&&& .;M&MMi&.iii VSk ir.si-." If. eluding Kudu-rath.

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