The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 26, 1944 · Page 3
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

Clinton, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 26, 1944
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THE DAILY CLINTONIAN -J Page Three RADIO STARS IN UNIFORM Clinton Social Notes U. S. Ninth Air Force roared into their attack at 8:30 this morning and by noon had flown 352 sorties and knocked 22 Nazis out of the skies. Rundstedt Cain Slowed as U. S. Steels Defense Tuesday Regular meeting of Pythian 7: 30 p. m. Wednesday Friendly Bunco Club, Mrs. Mary (lott Residence Scene Of Christmas Party Wednesday I Mrs. Marsonne Alott entertain rt je members of the Friendly Bunco iub last Wednesday evening wrli i Christmas party at lier home. Shannon, South Seventh st. Tburadav Acme Club, 7:30 p. m. with Mrs Local Telephone Operators Hold Christmas Dinner Operators of the local telephone office enjoyed a chicken dinner served at the office on Vine street recently. , An exchange of gilts was enjoyed and group pictures were taken. A special number wus presented by Dorothy Fletcher, Marie Fields, (Combined nom pig II W. H. McCracken. New fighting flared on the southern end of the western front as French First Army forces mopped up Nazi inlillralions west of Colmar and In the Kayserburg Forest where the battle was described as intense. The French also recaptured Been-wiltr after a heavy artillery barrage. The Nazis exerted strong pressuro on the line running through Roche-fort, Marclie, Ilotton, Grandmenil and Liei'iieux ureas. Virtually the entire sector of the enemy break-through was ablaze wllh anion, hut at no point wan the A spaghetti supper wan enjoyed d the table wan attractively uec- Headquarters of Gen. Dwiglit D. Eisenhower, announcing the enemy penetration to the area of Celles, Phillips-Shoemaker Vows ated In Christmas colors, Contests "'" iliiw,lfywMiiiisi Mtm aaasmuMUii I H mwiiwMsMMiaaEaaaaass ( , Li jji 1 0 ) disclosed that the Nazis are building up their forces west of Roche-fort and south of Marclie, In the area where on Christmus Eve Amerlcun Heard At Lafayette Church Miss Martha Ellen Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Phillips of Duna, Ind. and 1,1. William F. Shoemaker, U. S. N. II., ion of Mr. Wllma Gross. Ann Clunnoe, Mury Gunnoe, Margaret HarrlHon, Margaret llolchklss, Murllia Huffman, Rulh I.IhcIi, Frances Hiilnlon, ('liar-, forces mopped up an enemy group ' ere held throughout the evening Ith prizes going to Mrs. Josephine bombers, Mrs. Hnzel Sniilh, Mrs. he ma Buxendale and Mrs. Mnrga-1 Crowder, At the close of the evening, glfls ere exchanged. Others unending, ere Mrs. Mary Shannon, Mrs. Male Osborne, Mrs. Sibyl Spcrry, Mrs. I of 200 men. I lotte Reed, Agnes Renwick, fassle IIiiNtogm (iaiTiMm Kiielii'leil I bailie more dramatic Ihan Bouth of Hiislogne where Third Army forces were driving delermlnedly lo rescue a beleaguered Yunk force surrounded ItiHlde I lie city. The Germans are continuing their and Mrs. II. II. Shoemaker of Lafay-elle, Ind. were united In marriage Saturday at 1 p. in. at Hie Flint Christian Church In I.afayelle. Rev. Doyle Miillln read the vows. The bride was attended by Miss Sliull. Mury Silth, Glzella Thelsz. ami Margaret Yepger. Among Hie gut'ttts atientliiig were Fdrice I.yday, I'eiirl Willilte, Mary Mason of Rich pressure ugaiiiBt Bustogue on the Arlon-Llege Roud, but the American etiy Reed, Mrs. Thelmu Holcehko, rs. Marian mak, and one guest, garrison there Is still holding on although encircled and subjected to In rs. Louise Orr. Betty Lou Phillips, Indianapolis, lis' The next meeting will be hold at cessant jittuck. ter of the bride as maid of lion or. Staff Sgt. John Mertz, Army Air Potatoes Rich Potatoes eaten daily can provide as much as 25 per cent of an aver-ago person's vitamin C needs, together with B vitamins, iron and other minerals und a good quality of protein, in addition to the fuel food, starch. Corps, served as best man, and John and Bill Burroughs, cousins of the groom, were ushers. mond and Dorothy Van Kuren of Indianapolis, Victory Cafe Employes Enjoy Turkey Dinner Employes of the Victory Cafe held (heir Christmas parly Thursday afternoon at which time a delicious turkey dinner was enjoyed. Christmas gifts were exchanged. k Attending were Miss Aleene Harmon, Roy Davis, Mrs. Mildred Run-yan, Mrs. I.ockle Wake, Miss Peggy The bride is a graduate of Dana High School and Indiana State Teachers College, Terre Haute. She has been a teacher in the Lafayette ENSIGN DENNIS DAY, USNR, left, former "singing stooge' of the Jack Benny radio show, and Seaman Second Class Tommy Riggi, ventriloquist who tiad his own program, are mapped in uniform as Uiey chart their course in an entertainment tour of the Pacific bases. This is an official United Slalea Navv ohoto. flnfmitiontl) ie home of Mrs. Mary Shannon on futh Seventh slreet. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wright and lughter of Ft. Wayne, Ind. arrived iturday evening lo spend the hristma8 holidays with Mr. and is. Max Johnson. Mr. Wright is rs. Johnson's brother. Mrs. Dorothy Lyons and Mrs. A. i Hild of South Ninth street will Uve Wednesday afternoon for Wln-r Beach, Fla. , ' City schools for the past two yean. The bridegroom is a graduate of Explosion Burst The first initial burst of energy of an explosion lasts only possibly three to four-tenths of a millionth of a second in the case of nitroglycerin or TNT (trinitrotoluene). Jefferson High School and a graduate of Purdue In electrical engineer Jolly Homemakers Club Meets At McKay Home Members of the Jolly Homemakers Club met at the home of Mrs. Mary McKay, South Main street, Friday afternoon for their Christ ing. Since being In the Navy, Lt.' Shoe' maker has attended schools in Anm Coprena, Mrs. Lucy Hayes, Mrs. Mary Jones, Brownie Groves, Miss June Williams, Miss Lorraine Connor, Miss Betty Oray. Mrs. Merle dray, Mrs. Elizabeth Wagner, Dick Glover, Mrs. Ruth Anderson, Mrs. Martha Drake and one guest, Ruthie r On the southern flank, where Lieut. Gen. George S. Patlon and units of the United Stales Third Army have gone into action on a 2"-mile front, piling up initial gains of from one to three miles, fighling Is under way at Arsdorf and Eschdorf some seven miles northeast of Mar-telonge.' Geitnallfl Cut Roail Headquarters admitted the Germans had cut the road connecting Bustogne with Arlon. On Christmas Eve, a spokesman aaid, the Germans attacked near Bul-lingen but this assault was thrown back. Heavier thrusts were made near Grandmenil, southwest of Stavelot. After the Germans had gained 2.000 yards, American troops counterattacked. To the western extreme of the salient, German tanks and infantry made gains to the northwest and west of Rocliefort. One group reached Ciney, 10 miles west of the last-named town. Airmen NhulkIi at Foe New large-scale smashes at the German salient were expected today j as the wealher continued clear. The I apolls, Md., Brunswick, Me. and M. I. T. In Boston. In the last two years mas party. Mrs. Cecil Anstead was the assistant hostess. nineteen months were Bpent In the South Pacific aboard destroyers and Hayes. ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP I, 187 North 7th St. 4 I'HONE 184-W PERMANENTS , . GIVEN AT NIGHT The house was attractively dec . i orated In keeping with the holiday later participated in the Initial landings on the Philippines. Charlos jT'own, local Insurance a- Lt. and Mrs. Shoemaker plan to season. Gifts were exchanged and Mrs. McCracken acted as Santa Claus. gent, was the recipient of many nice gifts at a kitchen shower held at the DEALERS Live-wire dealers wanted to sell one of AiiieHea'H bent maile redwood Storm tianh and Hrreen Combination Window and Doors. Outsell competition oji design, quality und price. Our dealers are null. lug big profits; so can you. Muss production facilities assure prompt delivery. Deal direct Willi factory. Inquire of NOI1T1I-KltX WOOD l'ltODI'CT.S CO., HOLLAND, MICH. moke their home in Boston where Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miles, 12.1.1 White Street, are the parents of a son born Saturday at the Vermillion County Hospital. The Infunt weighed ten pounds 12 ounces and has been named Dale Edward. Tech. Sgt. and Mrs. Cecil Rardln, Dana, are the parents of a daughter born Sunday at the County Hospital. The infant weighed six pounds four ounces and has not been named. Mr. and Mrs. David L. Jones of Highland Park, Mich, announce the birth of a daughter on Dec. 9. The infant weighed six pounds at birth Lt. Shoemaker will return for furth Prudential office Friday afternoon During the business session, offi An Interesting talk was given by er study at M. I. T. cers for the coming year were elect fi lost 52 Lbs.! WIAR SIZI 14 AGAIN" Mill. C. D. WELLS, FT. WORTH L Flcturrf Han George Kumni, manager of the local 6X office, prior to the presentation of the gifts. Included in the gifts were 'oil may tost pounds anil liave ed with Mrs. William Brown as president and Mrs. W. H. McCracken, secretary-treasurer. The members also decided to have one o'clock luncheons during the new year and hos ixercise. No drugs. No Lisatives. r may not be dilltrrjit ilia fmwiiyiioitryu: I these results. and has been nanied Bonnie Jean. tesses were elected for each month. a number of conk books, aprons and kitchen utensils. ' Following the gift presentation, delicious refreshments were served and a social time was enjoyed by all present. Mrs. Jones was formerly Miss Eliza Two contests were enjoyed with Local Couple Married In Ceremonies Held Friday Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Sarah Milani, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Milani of Morgan street to Dominic Data of South Ninth street. The single ring ceremony was performed Friday, December 22 at the home of John W. Reeder, Justice of the Peace. The bride's attendants were her beth Helen Birt of Clinton. In clinical tests conducted by medical doctors more thin O0 persons lost 14 to 19 pounds average in few weeks with the AYOS Vitamin Candy Hedmlna Plan. Mrs. Clayton and Mrs. Armstrong winning the prizes. Refreshments were served at one long table dec Kitchen Knives Kitchen knives are crecinua tnnla. Mrs. David Johns of 250 West orated with small Christmas trees ii'ith this Ayda t'ian you don't cut at any meals, starches, potatoes, leats or butter, you siinplycut them uwn It's simple uud easier wln-u Sixth Avenue. Gary, mother of Mrs. and Santa Claus. Pat Bennett, has been 1)1 at her ruu eiiioy ni'iicious tvilainm lortl- Mrs. Elaine Ooodman and baby eui ir wo uetore eaco me.ll. Alwo sister, Miss Mary Milani and Miss daughter and Mrs. Martlia Hardy and son were guests, each receiving home but is now improving. She had planned to spend Christmas with her daughter, but was unable to do so. Have Your Dry-Cleaning Done "THE MODEL WAY" 323 S.MAIN :-: PHONE 13 536 S. FOURTH x PHONE 55 MODEL CLE ANERS Mildred Lester. h!, ,Dl,,,y f2 M ,lot delighted with rcsulta, MONLV BALK with the very hrsl bca. 1'booe I (ill. MM I'llAIIMACy i I'll H. Aliiin HI. She was attired In a two piece Use them only for cutting foods; not tor prying off lids or whittling. Don't let them soak in water and don't sharpen them on stone window ledges. Remove knives and flatware from dishes before scraping into refuse cans. Thousands of knives are accidentally thrown away each year. If your knife handle works loose, tighten it by tapping the rivets with a hammer. street length dress of Nile green with black accessories. ' Immediately following the ceremony, a chicken dinner was served to the wedding party which includ ed the bride's two sisters, Miss Jen DR. O. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For Those Who Need Them 848 niackman St. CLINTON, IND. riione 178 ' War-days leucli "conserve all ways" Clean clothes always "wear more daya" So let Ol'It eleanei's, clean for YOl:, Ami keep your war-duds looking new I a gift from the hostess. Mrs. William Brown will be hostess for the next meeting, a noon luncheon. Mystery Pals Revealed At BB Club Christmas Party Mrs. Josephine Perona was hostess for the Christmas party of the B. B. Club of Blanford Thursday evening. A delicious Christmas dinner was served at a long table decorated with lighted candles. Favors of lighted angel candles were placed at each member's plate. . The room was decorated In keeping with the holidays and a large Christmas tree was attractively dec-: Poison Ivy Poison ivy is common, but is especially abundant in dry, rocky soil, in thickets along the edges of fields, woods, roads and paths. The climbing form is common in low, rich woodlands. nie and Miss Mary Milani, Mrs. Haze Vaughn and Miss Mildred Lester. Mrs. Data attended the Clinton schools and for the past several years has been employed by the Lewis Lewln Co. of this city. Mr. Data was formerly from Chicago but now has employment here. The newly married couple are at home to thlieir friends In their newly furnished home at 619 South Ninth street. Pot-Luck Supper Served At Sunshine Club Party orated. YEAR-END o o o o The Sunshine Club Christmas party was held recently at the home of Mrs. Maggie Brammer, South Sev CLEARANCE enth street with Mrs. Thelma Law-son, Mrs. Hannah Woody and Mrs. Sarah Lawson assisting. A delicious pot-luck supper was Bunco was played at two tables with Mrs. Orfina Bizzy winning bunco, Mrs. Lucille Marclnko, high; Mrs. Angelina Marietta, low and Mrs. Christine Holllngsworth, travel. The exchange of mystery pal gifts were enjoyed and also the revealing of mystery pals. Names of mystery pals were drawn for the coming year. Mrs. Bessie Runyan was honored with a handkerchief shower. The next meeting Is to be held at the home of Mrs. Angellne Marietta. Three Guests Attend Annual Home Ec Christmas Party Fourteen members and three guests, Mrs. Ralph James, Mrs. Florence Miller and Mrs. Louisa Foltz attended the Clinton Township Home Economics Club annual Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Fred Myers Thursday. Mrs. Ward Farring-ton was the assistant hostess at the all day meeting and covered dish H THANKS FOR LOOK FOE THE enjoyed after which games were played and prizes awarded to Mrs. Hannah Clover, Mrs. Sadie Nowllng, Mrs. Janet Martin and Mrs. Janet Reynolds. Mystery pals were revealed and Sanla Claus distributed gills to those present. The next meeting is to be held In two weeks wllh Mrs. Nancy Thomas on South Fourth street. id mm 3ILPIUG OSRITAL GEO luncheon. Mrs. faul Foltz was In charge of the devotional period. Names were LOUS DISTANCE drawn for hostesses for 1945 and o Mrs. Lena Hash of Universal was admitted to the Vermillion County Mrs. Bess Wright gave a Christmas story on one of the carols. Several Interesting talks were given followed 7 by the gift exchange. The next meeting will be held In January at the home of Mrs. John hospital Saturday as a medical case. William Randall of route one was admitted to the County Hospital Sunday as a medical case. Guy Miltigan, route three; Mrs. Fred Miles and baby, White Street; and Mrs. Milisha Blackburn and baby were dfmissied from the county hospital Monday. Brown with Mrs. Charles Cluder as sisting. w 1 ' MERCHANDISE IN OUR STORE! Slightly Soiled Items, Leftovers From Christmas, Broken Lots and Sizes. Many Items Too Numerous To Advertise! ' Numa Residents Entertain Friends On Christmas Eve Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Henson enter tained the following friends and rel All of us in the telephone business appreciate your help and patience during the Christmas rush on Long Distance. atives at their home at Numa, on 41. Hint mmk Christmas eve at a delicious duck supper with all the trimmings. The dining room was beautifully We hope you'll try to keep', decorated with Christmas lights and caroli were sung wllh Mr. flood-rum leading the singing. Willis Lu cas gave a solo, "Silent Night" which GAINS EAR was enjoyed by all. FRISTfi I HOmr I j niGHT I I vi I M I ',i ill the lines clear on New Year's, too. Many important calls will be going over Long Distance that day. . i f FOR ALL Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ottie White, Mr. and Mrs. Russell White, Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Henson and daughter, Rheba all of Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Myrick and Mr. and Mrs. Olen Creasey of Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Lucas and daughter, Shirley Ann of Roscdale, William Ooodrum, Miss Minnie Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Louise Myers all of Paris, 111. Mrs. A. E. Hild of South Ninth street had as her Sunday dinner e o Q C o o o o o o e INDIANA ELL TELIPHONE COMPANY w guests. Mrs. Dorothy Lyons, Mrs. Mary Conway, Miss Marlon Free-wall and Henry Giovaninl, 00 TO CHURCH SUNDAT im a m

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