The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 22, 1944 · Page 13
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December 22, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 13

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r PagcSerttl THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Frhlny, December 22, 10! 1. Keep Airtight Homemakers who like their cookies crisp keep them in an airtight box. Remove Soot Clean soot from chimney, flue and pipe once a year, and from bottom of lids and around oven -e a week, Indian Head, Maryland Is spending his leave with his mother Mrs. Ama Shepherd and brother John. Mr. and Mrs. Fverett Shores spent Tuesday in Terre Haute. Lew Hendrix spent Thursday in Terre Haute. Miss Loretla Jo Louden spent several days with relatives in Sullivan, recently. Mrs. Margaret (irit'fin of Danville spent Tuesday night with Mrs. Louise ltoraso. all day mcpHiLtf. Pol-luck dinner was served to 17 members and eiht guests. )eotUnai service was held in the afternoon. Homer Abernathy of Indianapolis spent i he week end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ahernuthy. Kugene tr-rahain of reversal spent Ih1 wetrk end with Mr. ntul Mrs. Alex Reynolds. Mrs. Mart lis' Singleton of (Million were Sunday intent of Mr. and Mrs. Alex ReynoluH. Ovie I'enre of Indianapolis speni Sunday here. Mrs. Robert Markello and daughter 'of Marshall spent the week end with relatives. Mrs. Jarfjuelin lianna of Indiana-polisi spent the week end here with friends. D'MMiis Welbur of Jmliananolis spent from Thursday until Sunday with .Mrs. Ida Kller. Mrs- (J race Wilbur and daughter Patty of Indianapolis and Mrs. Maud o Slater of Anderson are taking euro of their mot her Mrs. Ida Filer, who Is confined to the Vermillion Hospital with fractured hip. Miss Wilma Filer of Indianapolis spent several days with hev mother Mrs. Ida Flier. William Earl Shepherd S 2c of i nam im-km Clubs Meet In Fairview Euchre Club, Community Club, Willings Workers Class Hold Weekly Meets Fairview Park Wednend:iy eveninp euchre Club met at the town hall. After business session euohrp wuh played and prizes were iiwiirderl lo Dom Giovaninl high, Mrs. May Donna lones and Mrs. Florence Montgomery low. The Fairview Park Community Club met at tlve Town hall. Friday evening. After buninpss session bunco was played and prizes wen u-warded to Mrs. Lydia Johnson ImkIi, Mrs. Ruby Wisneski bunco, Mrs. Clara Wbitworth low and Mrs. Dorothy Hawkins travel. A. M. M. 2c Ernest P. Donna of the Naval Technical school in Chicago spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. May Donna and brother Franklin. Willing Workers Class of Fair-view Park Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Rosie Smith for an Si mT&M wMmzvm IHIlilllllii M srr- v 1 l 0(y(y MAY THE NEW YEAR HOLD FOR YOU rTfHEPEST Of jEVE RYTHl N G 1 1 HE spirit of Christmas remains unchanged. From the pleasures of the Yuletide season today we gain strength and fortitude with which to meet the problem" kof tomorrow. To our friendson the home front and to our men - i 'in uniform, we wish from the depths of our hearts the. things that will bring you the happiness you so richly deserve. SECONDING BEVERAGE CO. ,IOII. SUCOMHNO THAT PEACE AND Signs of Zodiac Give Tips on Who Wants What Gift. A New York city astrologer has devised a novel system of selecting Christmas gifts. It works as well as any, it seems. "It's as simple as A, B, C," said Miss Helen Paul, the astrologer. "If one studies the signs under which friends and relatives are born, no one need fear that their gifts will be exchanged after Christmas." Here's her rating of Christmas satisfaction according to the zodiac: Those born from December 22 to January 21 are the practical type. Capricorn is their sign and they have a yen for leather goods. The Aquarius boys and girls born from January 22 to February 20 like the unusual, the Aquarius females hankering for ankle bracelets, the males want spots. Those burn under the sign of the fish Pisces, February 21 to March 20 would be greatly pleased with wet goods wines and liquor. The Aries crowd March 21 to April 21 1 in for smoking. Ash trays, cigarettes, pipes, tobacco for the men. For the women, a box of "personalized" matches, or, a bright red sweater and cap. 'aurus Folk Hunger The Taurus people April 22 to May 21 would like nothing better than food Taurus people never grow weary of eating. Gemini-ers May 22 to June 22 have literary preoccupations. Girls would be thrilled by writing material, the men by a printing press or a pen and pencil set. Those born under the sign of CancerJune 23 to July 22 are homey and would like domestic gifts such as lounging robes, cocktail sets or household equipment. The Leo people July 23 to August 2 are show-offs. The men go for startling ties no matter what they say. The women hope for something really fancy in jewelry or lac-cy underwear. Virgo-ites August 23 to September 22 are essentially practical. The men really want handkerchiefs, and the women want a uldity kitchen cabinet. The Libra men want their handkerchiefs initialed. They're born from September 23 lo October 22 and at heart they are exquisites. Scorpion men and women October 23 lo November 22 go in for the exotic. The men would be delighted with some chisels and a chunk of granite. The women want to get a kick out of perfume, or some spices. The Sagittarius type November 23 to December 21 long fur a parlor bowling alley. Warry Christmas i .ivn on Guadalcanal will nev- .net the Christmas of 1!)43. Sol-.s, sailors and marines were still ..ittling Ihe fading Japs. But the familiar Yule touches were in evidence. Here is a scene in the outdoor kitchen as chefs carved turkeys ready for roasting and serving. Official Yule Tree The famous General Grant tree in the General Grant National park, California, was at high noon on Christmas day, 1926, declared the nation's official Christmas tree. The tree, estimated to be 276 feet high, by the United States department of interior, is one of the most celebrated trees in America. It is one of the so-called Big-trces, Sequoia gigantea. Devotional and patriotic services are held beneath the tree each year and ore broadcast over national hookups. j Christmas, Fla. The only po :t ultice in the United I F'.n s named "Christmas" is in flj.i.ia. Each year to this small town of 200, which was settled more than a century ago, come packages, i letters and cards from all over Ihe I ' ' J fc- Iffm0-buto Body Shop -later Company. s Bourbon Whisky Bourbon whisky gets its namt from Bourbon, Ky., where it wa originally distilled. . , i it USD fm. S E1S wmwm wskwm m'm iwraw im&z& Mr. and Mrs. llerl Short, and I James Short spent Sunday with Mr. ! and Mrs. Leon Short In Terre Haute. I Miss Mildred Refiner and Mr. Deck oT Terre Haute were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kd Coltrell. flo Astray Just about !)5 out of every 100 patients who, up to January 31, 1944, had been admitted to the venereal disease Rapid Treatment centers operated under the direction of the U. S. Public Health service, have been girls. Slightly more than one-third of these patients (34.1 per cent) have been between the ages of 15 and 19, making this the second largest age group of patients. Ages 20 to 24 form the largest group 37.3 per cent. m, m wmwm FREEDOM BRING f 0 o ?- 4 5 f ' . I 0 j -O ' ! si "N 5 j i -9 M m The 1 f tf"C v He V . m- i m u SV n i i Of J2 ( In times such os ihcza Christmas brings home to us the realisation that "Peace .on Earth, good will towcrd men" is more than an empty phrase. It is the foundation of the American way of life, the gocl which each of us look forward to so that the greatest happiness may be achieved. The Yuleiirle brings with it p!ecrc".r thoughts of tried, ,-oven and cherished associations, bound together more firmly by the experiences of past months. To you, our friends, may we extend the Season's Greetings and a sincere wish for genuine happiness at this Christmastime.. world lor remaning wun me uiociai ( markings "Greetings from Christ- C-mas, Fla." More than 70.000 pieces g. of mail have been canceled in one Christmas season at that post of- " fire. There is a post office in Indiana t " named Santa Claus and one in Maine i I D Their Father, Louis and Their Employes named Christmas Cove. Xmas Abbreviation Xmas, thus spelleA as an abbreviation for ( hrMnias, has its origin in the fact that the Greek letter clii was written as X. This letter was also the initial of the name t'hrisliis. Many people Identify the X as rep resenting the Cross. It Pav to Spray Careful cost and production rec- ords have shown n 't profits due to spraying to run a'l the way from Sua to 5100 per acie. 1 Public service company of Indiana, Inc.

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