The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 22, 1944 · Page 15
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Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, December 22, 1944
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Friday, December 22, 1941. THE DAILY CtlNTONIAN Page One hclm of St. L'laresvllle, O., also ex Christmas Parties, Programs Held To Our Ftiends Everywhere ... n In Cayuga; Local. Minister Honored -1 HOGGATT'S GROCERY ! 407 X. .Main Street S illllJlllXl.sxlall'S'l:''',,,',l,,,,,,,,. r Holiday Party At Eugene Mrs. Weatherman Hostess To Christmas Party; ' Soldier Back to Hospital Mrs. Flora Weatherman entertained Wednesday evening with a pol luck supper. The following were present, Mrs. Vernle Taylor. Mrs. Nina Bolten, Mrs. Maggie Malone. Mrs. Merrel Bryant, and Mios Gladys Samuels, all or Cayuga, and Mrs. Mattie Brown and Mrs. Bell Clark of Eugene. A Christmas girt exchange was enjoyed and several Christmas carols were played on the piano by Mrs. Bryant. Mr. and Mrs. .Ciaieiice Pierson, Mrs. Binilah Dowers and Mrs. Flora Weatherman were callers or' Mrs. Mattie, Brown Thursday afternoon... Mrs. Edith Devore who underwent an operation in the Clinton hospital last week Is reported to be improving. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dowers and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Crowtler accompanied Sgt. Glenlyn Tlilotson back to the hospital in Indianapolis last week and he had spent n furlough in Eugene with friends and relatives. Mrs. Paul Crumley is on the sick list. Mrs. Flora Weatherman expects to spend the holidays with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sager at Marley, Tenn. She left Wednesday evening for Ten Haute and from there will be accompanied to Tennessee by her grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sagers and her granddaughter, Miss Jean Sager. Another daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. William WIU evening. They received many useful gifts. T5 John Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jenkins left the latter part or the week for his camp, which is Camp Pickett, Va. alter spending a ten day furlough with his parents. Sgt. Floren Wann, who is a patient at a government hospital in Chicago, came last week for a fifteen day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Dora Wann. Delbert Ross arrived this week for a furlough with his rather, Fred Ross. Donald Williams, son of Mrs. Angess Webb, returned lo his base in Philadelphia today arter a ten day rurloiigh with his mother. Seaman Bradley Auble and wire of Maryland will arrive Friday for a short visit with IiIb parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Auble and son Joe. Mrs. Aubie will remain here for a longer visit. Mrs. Flora Weatherman left Wednesday for Jellico. Tenn. where she will spend the Christmas holidays with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sagers. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Grubbs left Wednesday for South Bend where they will spend Christmas with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grubbs. Earl Smith arrived Sunday to spend the holidays with his parentB, Mr. and Mrs. Clarney Smith Earl is employed in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fable and ramily will spend Christmas with the former's mother, Mrs. Rose Fable. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Plearcen, former residents of Cayuga, have moved back to Cayuga permanently. At the persent time they are occupying property in Eugene until their property In Cayuga is vacated. They have been residents for several years at Cynthlana, Ind. Mr. Plearcen has retired from the railroad. Mr unit Mrs Ell Earls left Sat pect to join them for their Christ ma's. Mrs. Ellle Woodard will spend this week with Mrs. Bell Clark in the absence of Mrs. Weatherman. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dowers and sons. Wayne and Marvin called on Mr. and Mrs. Will Collier at Hum-rick Sunday evening. Mrs. Ellle Woodard relumed to her home Sunday al'ier an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dixon and ramily. Mrs. Feble McCoy nnd daughter Ann were Sunday dinner guests of Mr nnd Mrs. Fred McCoy and children. ' Miss Matlie Brown has been 111 this week. Mrs. Vernle Smith and Mrs. Flora Weatherman snent Friday morning helping Mrs. Edith Farthing. George Keister Is ill at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dowers were callers of the latter's mother. Mrs. Mattie Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sager of Terre Haute spent Sunday 'afternoon with the former's grandmolher, Mrs. Flora Weatherman nnd Mrs. Bell Clark. Roy Clark who has been 111 ror the past several months is reported ro be Improving. Kills Bacteria An ultraviolet lamp is used to kill pathogenic bacteria and spores oi the mold-forming tungi, and in giving promise of controlling many types of infectious diseases should prove a valuable tool in the field of air conditioning. Molybdenum . More than 7,000,000 pounds of molybdenum were recovered from copper ores and concentrates produced in 49 U. S. mines in 1839, wording to census bureau. .Tlie Ko-Wo-En Club held their nun mil Christmas parly and dinner at the home of -Mrs. Lula Coniinlns. The tublp decorations were in Keeping Willi tlm holiday season. A chicken dinner was served to the following members: Mrs. Susie Russell, Mrs. Jean Simpson. Mrs. (ler-tnide VanHouIln. lira. (Vila Adams. Ml Blanche Walson, Miss Julia Whlttinglon, Miss Clara Carsmun and tlie hostess. A sift exchange was held around a Hunted Christmas tree. The Presbyterian Church clmlr presented a program of Christmas mUBic Sunday evening directed by Miss Edith Long. The following program waB given: Piano prelude, Edith Long; Processional "Angels We Have Heard on High," by the choir; Invocation, Rev. Ekstrom; "Silent iiMijiiiMiiii' I MERRY CHRISTMAS TO fill Of s BEN ROSEN'S SHOE SHOP- '' ' " ' ' ' i yULETlDt WISH you I tr i Z0RZI BARGAIN STORE TOM 5CORZI foh 0 4B0 N. 9th ,1 i --s i!-Sr r ' 1F - 4 ft ; toy fill I - 7 i-4 ;. c: - Night" by the choir; "O Little Town of Bethlehem," Mrs. Eugene Le-Clalre and choir; The Birth of Jesus, Hev. Ekstrom; "0 Holy Night," Helen Leo Porter and choir; "Jesu Bambino" solo by Helen Schwab; The slorj' or the Shepherds, Rev. Ekstrom; "Jesus. Our Lord," Mrs. 0. Bishop Willi Helen Schwab and Helen L"e Porter; "I'nder the "stars," I Ho. composed of Hetty Mc- 1. aln. Helen Schwab and LaVernc Morgan; The Story of the WIhc Men rtev. Ekslrom; "We Three Kings." Hev. Ekstrom, Paul Smith. W. T. Hudson and choir; "Angels rrom the Rpalms of ICllory" by U"" choir. Christmas carols were sung by the audience. The Army flood Conduct Medal for meritorious service and exn titulary behavior has been given to Pfc. Henry Paxion Darroch. son of Dr. and Mrs. S. C. Darroch. Pfc. Darroch. is a member of the medical department at the Finney General Hospital at Thomasville. C.a. Before entering the army he was employed by circle Dot Ranch. He is n graduate of Cayuga High School. The Christian Church planned and carried out n unique surprise for lis pastor, Hev. O. W. Mcfiaugh-rv. Sunday evening. The event honored bis birthday anniversary which wan Sunday. A carry-In supper was served during the evening to fifty or more guests. A program consisting or Christmas music was given by the orchestra with special numbers by Jerry Winters, Helen Jo Thompson, Agnes Albright and Pauline Smock. A birthday poem dedicated to Rev. Mcfiaitghey was read by Mrs. C. D. Bryant. A hugb birthday cake decorated in pink, white and green was presented to Rev. MeCaughey. The annual Christmas gilt shower for Rev. and Mrs. Mc-(iaugl'.ey was also held during the MERRY r a -a 4 Phone 175 4 4 4 - ROBERTS V 5 . v. v. v i Antonini's Liquor Store " lltltli'le'llc'e'.,e,'s,ee,.'I',e1,'l'', E S Association Members MARY YOLANDA ARVENO FRED - " i urday ror Phoenix. Arizona where 'hey will make their future home. They were compelled to leave Cayuga because of ill health of both Mr. and Mrs. Earls. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bennett of Indianapolis will spend Christmas with the latter's sister and husband, Miss Marie Smith of Chicago spent Mr nnd Mrs. Jesse Carver. the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith. The smiin family received word last week from their onn Pfc. Edward Smith that he is expecting to be home Christ mas. He has been overseas for two years. Miss Grace Nicholson, daughter of Mr and Mi's I.. D. Nicholson. haB been absent from school on account of a severe cold. The t.lnn s Club held their regular meeting Monday night at the Fable Hotel. A turkey dinner with all the trimmings was served to twenty-three members and three guests. Entertainment of the evening was furnished by Helen Jo Thompson with her accordion. The speaker of the evening was Rev. O. W. McQaughey. Newport Library Receives Twenty-five New Volumes Twenty-five new books Including four juvenile books and also Ernie Pyle's latest, "Brave Men," have been received by the Newport Library, according to the librarian, Mrs. W. O. Parrett. The other books are: Forever Amber by Kathleen Windsor; They Dare Not Go A-Hunting by Dorothea Cornwell; Case of the Burled Clock by Erie Stanley Gardner; Christ of the American Roadlngdon by E. Stanley Jones; Young Mrs. Brand by Robert Hichens: April's Sowing by Janet Altshuler; Ann Starr, Nurse by Adelaide Humphries; Killer or Fort Norman by Charles Stoddard; Stanger Husband by Peggy Dern. Another group Includes: Robert Browning, How to Know Him by William Lyon Phelps; Your Kids and Mine by Joe E. Brown; Beyond the Call or Duty by Franklin M. Beck; Pigeon Heroes by Marion B. Coth-ren; Case or the Black-eyed Blonde by E. Stanley Gardner: Time of the Singing of Birds by G. L. H. LuU; Lusy Wind for Carolina by Inglls Fletcher; Tomahawk by Thomas C. Hinkle. Three of the latest books In tht library are Ridin' the Rainbow by Rosemary Taylor; When Johnny Comes Marching Home by Dixon Wector and Let's Celebrate Christmas by Horace J. Gardner. The four juvenile books are High Prairie by Walter and Marlon Navig-hurst; Secret Spring by Emma Atkins Jacobs; Wilderness Champion by Joseph W. Lipplncott; and Land I Have Chosen by Ellin Berlin. Upper Coal Branch Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ross and ramily attended Sunday School at Perrysvllle and were dinner guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ross Sunday. The dinner was given in honor of Clifford Ross who celebrated his birth anniversary that day. . Mr. and Mrs. Dave Moudy and family and Mr. and Mrs. Manford Holycross and family were Sunday dinner guests of Orville Hines and family. Lee Cole called on Bert Eickelman Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Brint Toby called on Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hines and family Sunday. Seaman Le Roy Swingle Junior has been visiting with his family and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Swingle, Sr., and family. Locomotive Cab The first locomotive equipped with "a very crude cab" was the "Samuel D. Ingham," built for the Beaver Meadow railroad (now the Lehigh Valley) in Pennsylvania in 1835-38 by Eastwick and Harrison. . YULETIDE MAY IT BE YOURS EVERY DAY 7 OF THE COM I NG YE AR DR. O. R. BREDEWEG optomi:tiiist Art Kennedy's D-X Station Ben Sims Gas Port Clinton Auto Company Wilson, Justice S: Osella Auto Sales 9th and Bogart Mobilgas Station J. L. Horney-Rtberts Battery Co. W. H. Doolin Auto Service Ninth Street Auto Service Mike's Auto Body Shop Patsy & LeRoy's Modern Marathon Station John Russell The Service Oil Company Welker's Auto Service W. P. Gilfoy Te:;aco Super Service McCrea's D-X Service Station Fossi's Sinclair Service Don's Standard Service Poland's Home & Auto Supply The Capitol Garage Peck's Texaco Service Station to ;tK Blat kinan St. li& ""HE spirit of Christmas is in our hearts, as our greeting comes to say "Happy Yuletide" to one and all! We wish we could personally come right inside your home, and share with you all the. the good things this particular holiday brings. There fs no more gladsome time in all the year than this-.-when the rustling of gay papers and the, brightness of pretty ribbons tantalizingly suggest the thrill each package's contents will provide, We hope that from the youngest memberofyour household--to the eldest who have witnessed many) 'a Christmas-that every season's wish will be grant; i( ed. And that when the New Year dawns jttpOl) wijLBrinjJulfillment of all your aspirations." eres a Right from the Heart May you b& hoppy and contented and may the New Year be one of true happiness. to to to to F.' i -1 i. .. ! GUNYON AUTO REPAIRMEN ! t & SERVICE STATION ASS'N. Si All Above Service Stations Will Be Closed . All Day Christmas and on New Year's Day J. L HORNEY BATTERY CO. m 5 Lt& -0 ub O

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