The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 28, 1944 · Page 2
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Thursday, December 28, 1944
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Thursday, December 28, 1911. T II E DAILY CLINTONIAN I'age Two officers more than 2,000 German News of Clinton Men' in Service (Continued from page 1) ! uinviling his first coinbiit mission iv.-itii a heavy bombardment squadron lot a l.ltli Air Kotcv Buse sompwhen-1 in Italy. Nose gunner on a liHh AAF I B-24 Liberator, Cil. nnluban whs i Krailuiitod from Cliutuii High School Sovil Wite $lockIylilock Drive in IJiidapest (Continued from page 1) Mrs. Pearl Sykes and 'olher relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beaver and children 'from Cincinnati, Ohio spent a few dayi" here over Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett. Miss Mary Rose Hardesiy from Dayton, Ohio is spending a few days here with her mother, Mrs. Marion Hardesty. Harold Mack from Chicago spent Christmas day with his parents and his mother returned with him for a few days' visit in Clary nnd Chicago. The Ladles Aid of the Jonestown Former Newport Teacher Is Dead in Russellville, Ind. Last rites will be held at 2 p. ni. Friday at the Russellville Christian Church for E. W. Baker, former vocational agricultural teacher at Newport High -School, who died at bis home in Russellville Tuesday night, following a heart attack. Mr. Baker came to Newport In 1937 and taught here several, years before moving to Russellville. He is survived by the widow, four daughters. Carolyn. Marthu Jane, Judy and Janet, and one son, Krneai who is serving in the United Mutes, Air Corps. P and men were captured. The communique stated that prisoners said they had been ordered to defend the city to the last man. Russian troops forged to the northwest, capturing Felsopilla. approximately 24 miles west of Budapest, which put the Red army some illl miles from Vienna. Several inhabited localities were captured in Czechoslovakia east of the town of Sahy. Southwest of the town, the communique said, Russian troops Inflicted a heavy defeat during a right to clear the enemy from the area between the rivers Ipeol and II ma. of cargo and pasenKer Manes1'" 1M "'"1 e'Hered the service on monthly, currylnx liniiortiint passen-1 J"" iry l'l,'st "' l'lst yeiir-Kern, vital war cuikii, the ulMiiiporl- Ij.S.A. uut soliller-s mall and relurnina' Kwond Lieutenant im A. wounded American soldiers to the ' M' . " "r "n1 Mr- William United States. Corporal Foncaimon ! A. Mnre, 4 135 Cudillnc Street, De-entered the service January 1. 1!43 trolt. .Mich., and husband of Mrs und received his basic training at I Nn.m Llair.e Monro o 442 U alnut Keurn., rtnli. Ills wife. -Mrs. Kuth . Street. Clinton, has joined the vet-M. Foncannon, lives at 306 John ' "hardment Group of was returned to San Francisco about three weeks ago for an operation and further treatment. He expects to receive a .id-day furlough following the operation before he is reasslnged to active duty. Beiore entering the Marine Corps in 1943, Berrisford was employed at the Wabash Hiver Ordnance Works. U.S.A. NEWS OF NEWPORT MEN IN SERVICE Wilbur Taylor, husband of Mrs. Martha Hollingsworth Taylor of Newport, wus recently given n medical discharge from the United States Army. Before . coming home young Taylor was stationed at Camp Bowie, Texas. U.S.A. Staff Sergeant John Hollings ting up desperate resbtrrnre. The coiumiiul(ue said the Russians were capturing the nreu house by house. The Germans also were driven out of the I oca Illy of Csocmoer, five mill's northeast of the Hungarian capital. To the southeast, the Rus church with fourteen mambers and sians moled steadily forward, push- one guest. MIsb Faye Pierce present, I lug across trenches, barbed wire en .the lUJJUl Air ron-e, i-tniuiittijutu uy Colonel Harris K. Hoaner at an Throw Tnur Scrap Into to Flfhtl inglemeiilH and mine field. Northwest and west of Budapest enjoyed a1' Christ mas pot-luck dinner in the home of Mrs. Ross James This was followed by a gift ex. change. The Rev. Lester Vence had j the devotional service after which the singing, of Chirstmas carols was enjoyed by all. ' '' " The Milwaukee Women's Club and ; their families held their regular ; meeting, . which as preceded by a ' pot-luck supper, at the grade school Eighth Air Force iiomhcr Station In England. Lt. Moore Is a bombardier a? o H-17 Flying Fortress and has spent many months training for the light precision bombing assaults of part he will play In the huge day-the Elgth Air Force. He is a gradu-ton. Prior to his entry Into the Army ale of the Clinton High School, Clln-Alr Forces on June 28, 1942. he was employed by the Wabash Itlver Ordnance Works, Newport, Ind. U.S.A. TAATS AUTO Y Street, Clinton, Ind. U.S.A. Promotion of SSgt. Silvio Massa, of 1040 Forest Hills. Calumet City, 111. former Clinton man, from sergeant has been announced by the Panama Coast Artillery Command, Headquarters, Panama Canal Department. Sgt. Massa Is a message center chief in Col. William H. Sweet's harbor defense organization. He has served with the Coast Artillery Forces In Panama since Nov. 2, 1943. In civilian life, Sgt. Massa .was the proprieter of the M. and M. Music Company in Forest Hills. He is a graduate of Clinton High School. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Massa live in Hammond, Ind. U.S.A. Corporal Nicholas Balaban, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Italaban. 'THE PLACE TO BUY" Metal Smith Petty Officer llilrd building op. last Wednesday evening. The gift exchange was enjoyed by about forty persons. Some of the out of town people who attended the funeral of Mrs. Florence Rldeout McCary were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Robbins and class Warren M. Dogger has return-; worth, son of Mrs. Florence Hollingsworth of Newport. Is now serving with the 119th Infantry of the First Army in Germany according to word received by Mrs. Hollingsworth. U.S.A. Corporal Victory D. Asbury, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Asbury, has been transferred from Camp Shelby, Miss., to Carlisle Barracks, Pa. His new address Is: Cpl. Victor Asbury, :i 5 G 8 4 2 a fi . Class IS MAC OCS. Carlislo Barjacks, Pa. U.S.A. Private Ivan Baird. son of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Baird of Newport, is spending a furlough with his parents. Pvt. Baird is stationed at Fort Mead, Maryland. fU.S.a.-Vi..l "111 ' ed to New York al'ler spending a j ten-day leave with his wife, Patty. and parents. Mr. and Mrs. Forest ' daughter Betty Jean of Milford. Ind., I Dugger of Falrvlew Park. Hugger i saw 11 months active duty In the Street. Clinton, overseas and Is 1329 North Eighth has recently arrivi '. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillips of Willow Hill, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Phillips and daughters Iola and Dorothy and son Dale of near Tuscola, HI. Garland McCarty who accompanied his brother, Ray McCary from Plymouth, Ohio, , with the; body. Mrs. -Mary Lobby of -Terre Haute also attended. : ' '' -Mr.' and' 'Mrs. Alfred' Peterson and Mediterranean area and participated in two battles. He was on the Anzio beachhead and took part in the Invasion of Southern France. TJ.S.A Pvt. Alfred Nolan. Jr. has returned to Fort Meade, Md. after spending a 12-day furlough with his wife Private First Class Robert W. Ca- 300 S. Main St. CLINTON, IND. Phone 117 ZER0NE Anti-Freeze Air PRE-WAR UHRIMQ MENTHANOL TYPE niIUlO d i aa r i c,amp 0n Type 1ST iUll Ujly UMM : $2.95 '; i;.;.,Clamp-on Typp ''. ,' Complete Set Of 1 AUTO DRIVING DEFROST FILMS 3MIRRORS r"EveKrrC" : $1.95 50c rHherfi.'Sop, pf iir .ana wirsA jeuni v- Carithera of Newport, is spending a Jfurlough with his parents ii this family of Paris, III. were Christmas and family of 415 South Third Street. He entered service May 27, dinner guests of 'Mr.'and Mrs.; Ed- city. Pfc. Carithers is stationed at 1944 and was in training at Camp Ft. Bragg, N. C. ward Acton. , '' 1 :" Thirteen members with one guest Mrs. Mayme 'Grace, met at the St. BACKACHE, . : LEG PAINS MAY ;. BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneys If baHtmche and leg pains arc making you 'fi miserable, dun'L just co:-.iiLiinanI (in nothing i about them. Nature may ne warning you that your kidneys need attention. The kidneys are Nature's chief way of taking . ezress acids and poisonous vaste out of the blood. They help most people pass about 3 -pints a day. ' lithe 15 miles of kidney tubes ahd Biters don't work well, poisonous waste matter stays iu the blood. These poisons may start naffKinlz backaches, rheumatic pains, leg pains, lirss of pep and eneray, getting up niuhte, swelling, pumness under the eyes, headaches and dizziness. Frequent or scanty passazes with smarting; and burninirFonietiuiespiiowsthereissoine-thing wrone" with your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait! Afck your druggist for Doan's Pills, used successfully by millions for over 40 years. They give happy reiicf and will help the 1.5 miles of kidney tubes f iiih out noison-ous wasw from the blood. Get Doan'a Tills. Blanding, Fla, U.S.A. Fireman First Class Gerald Reed, route three. Clinton has returned to the Philadelphia Navy Yard,. Philadelphia, Pa. after spending Christmas Day at home with his family. U.S.A. Pfc. Forrest "Frosty" Berrisford, veteran of the battle of Peleliu in the South Pacific, is home for the holidays with his wife and parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Berrisford of Clinton. He was wounded in action in the Peleliu battle and has recently received the Purple Heart. He Bernice Home Economics Club for j the annual thrlstmas dinner at the j home of MrB. Burlin. .Ray. ,A pot-r' luck dinner was enjoyed by all. Af- j ter the dinner, members answered to ! roll call with the origin of a Christ-! mas carol or custom. The origin of j the song of the month "It came up- ! on a midnight clear" was explained , by Mrs. Florence Miller, after which j it was sung by the club. A Christ- i mas story was reviewed by Mrs. Ju- j ania Baker. A gift exchange was en-' joyed next with thhe meeting ad-1 Hillsdale Man Is Minister Robert Pearman Receives License in UB Services; Holiday Parties Held Mrs. Melvin Sykes and children spent Christmas with her parents in Mecca. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Delp r.nd hroiue Tlatori Complete With Lead-I AUTO RADIO AERIALS $4.95 journing after the singing of "Holy Night." children from Dyer, Ind. visited rcl-alivfes here over the week end. BALL AND SOCKET TRAILER HITCH $1.49 Sealed Beam Headlight Replacement Unit pair $9.00 SQUARE TYPE LANTERN BATTERIES Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Herriek siient ICE REFRIGERATION IS BEST BECAUSE: Thursday in Indianapolis with their daughter Norma. Mr. and Mrs. James Watff? and son spent. Christmas in UlcKneii. SEALED BEAM Circulation of Air Pr?vrnfs Interchange of Food Odors t ICE refrlgcrnltun is an air conditioned Ind. with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Self and Mr. National Guaranteed Car Batteries $8.25 up We Have the Right Type for Your Car Change-over Kits $6,95 p '' Egg Quality Egg quality will change little in home preservation if the eggs are of good quality to begin with and if the storage conditions are good, Homemakers can assure themselves of a supply of eggs for cooking and baking uses for six to eight weeks after storing. Don't plan to use the stored eggs for poaching or frying because the egg white and yolk will eventually thin out with age and they wjtt .be attractive in appearance. - ,;" . . - and Mrs. Gordon Self of Brazil called on relatives herp Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Pearmon from Columbus, Ohio spent the week Gaskets, Valves, Rings, Ignition Parts, Fan Belts end and Christmas with his parents, - refrigerator that prevents the Interchange of foo odors. You don't have to worry about covered dishes when you use ice. You can put everything "foii"vvant in the refrigerator and he"'snre that It will remaln'sweet iml fresli . . . retaining It's own odor and taste. Come In, See the Refrigerator. Irt I s Prove That It Is Rest! Mr. and Mrs. Renie Pearmon. Robert -has studied for. the ministry Cor some time and he received license to preach Saturday night at a meeting held at the U. B. Church. Rev. Hunt and Mrs. Hunt of Indianapolis were present and Rev. Hunt, the superintendent of XT. H. Conferenre presented the license to Robert. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Church and Charles Barnes spent Saturday in Terre Haute. Mrs Julia Ppnrmnn is home from CLINTON I Gary where she had spent a month Phone 75 Ill Mulberry with her daughter and family, Mrs. Ruth Jeffery. "' ' ' Charles Ponton of Chicago Is the guest of his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Karles. Mr. and Mrs. fiotts Chalk and children of Terre Haute spent Friday evening with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dugger. Mrs.' Lillie James spent Christmas with her son, Halden E:irles and family in Catlin, 111. The drawing at Roy Naylor's I Store was Thursday night at 8:00 p. m. with Mrs. Grace Stewart drawing the two largest prizes, the- turkey and the five dollars. School closed here Friday at noon for the Christmas vacation. Mrs, Au'tjry Craham and daughter Virginia spent Friday In Clinton. t Europe May Never See These ART MASTERPIECES AGAIN! But They Are. Yours Through The Magic of the , , GOSPEL EN A 1945 We Sincerely Hope That You Will Be With Us In Future Years And Give Us The Pleasure Of Ser lip 1945 .. -';.,:;; Again It la Our Privilege To Thank You For. Your Splendid Patronage During This And Past Years. Miss Virglma Harper, nnree from 'Washington, is visiting her sister, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Bopebrake and her aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Russell and daughter Vera. Fred Church spent the week end and Christmas in Hammond and Gary visiting his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bverlev and his niece and Presented by HOWARD W. ELLIS Gospel Artist ving You! We pledge to do bur very best to supply you with quality merchandise Our stores are general merchandise as well as grocery stores. We keep the latest stocks of available supplies. ifamilv, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pear- i :mnn. Mrs. Paul Mack entertained her (Sunday School class Saturday night 5 1 at her home with a Christmas par- Wednesday Evening 7 THE HEAD CFft! j i Games and refreshments were Ijenj e l.y I in 'urn r joyed and the class sang Christ- Great Masterpie Chicago Artist, man. ' mas carols. i fiff nriHiiiiitn iiiiKittiii ivu fli jine u. I. I nurcn .-Minuay nigni wan Thursday Evening 7:3' CHRIST PREAUEt! Si ' enjoyed by a large crowd. There win b a watch party Sunday night Dec. Saturday THE ROAD TO CALVARY Sunday School 9:30 Ths Artist WIio Fergtst Fear Gobrs Sunday Morning Worship 30:30 CHR5STAT HEART'S DCOR Warner Sallruan'b Wondi r l'ictun1 , di. i ne program win e uftunuiuti FROM A SCAT : service with songs and special music You'll Find ! ! FRESH & CURED MEATS Creamery Butter and Margarines Cheese of Many Kinds You'll Find ! ! GROCERIES CANNED GLASSED PACKAGED AND BULK SUPPLIES You'll Find ! ! VEGETABLES AND FRUITS (Even Bananas Sometimes!) Better Brands Of Canned Fruits And Vegetables ! Ycu'U Find ! ! DRY GOODS Tci'et Preparations Parent Medicines CANDY TOBACCO and CIGARETTES (When We Can Get Them) and refreshments. me to h"ur ' See the crowd who Jesus. Miss Louise Smith of Chrisman, 111. spent last week here with her sister, Mrs. Delbert Sykes and children. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Morgan and Friday Evening Youth Night THE STORY OF MY LIFE Theme Picture "RICH YOCXfJ RCLER" rrmaren or v nnsman spfiii ouhuh.v afternoon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Sykes. Sunday Evening 7:30 THE KOLY CITY THE VERY BEST CF LUCK AKD HEALTH TO YOU ALL THROUGHOUT 1345 VICTOR PALONCY Pike & Lincoln Streets IVAN SVETKOFF Mil GIOVANNI 558 N. Eighth St. SEC0HI10 BROS. Universal, Ind. Paul Todd of 1. S. Army is home ; for a few days with his parents, Mr. ! and Mrs. Gilford Todd. j Joe Lohrman of IT. S. Xavy is home for a furlough with his par-1 ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lohrman j and family. ; Herman Mayse of F. R. Army is spending a leave with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Mayse, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sykes and son from Chicago, III. spent Christinas here with his parents, Mr. and 4 FIRST METHODIST CHURCH WED., EEC. 27-SUN., DEC. 31 BEAL'S MARKET 1201 North 7th Street 328 N. Ninth St. INDIANA CLINTON lttflf tttltttttt

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