The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 29, 1944 · Page 2
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Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, December 29, 1944
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Friday, December 29, 1944. t-r , I TEE, DAJT,, CLINTON I AN PALACK STARTING 1 1 I. M. SATURDAY Cayuga Notes Defenders Of Bastogne Beat Off Waves of Attacks his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Donald, ltkiuird lias been stationed at the naval training slation at (iroton. Conn. After concluding Ms furlough he will leave for an assignment of active duty. Mrs. Walter VanVactor of Texas arrived last week to suetid f'lirlstnias season Holiday Local Organizations Hold I with her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Dale. tt 1 ' .A L f - W ft lv ' of Jonestown in honor of their son, Jerry, who left Tuesday morning, Dec. 26 for the navy. Miss Enid Helt, who is employed in Terre Haute, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Helt. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Randolph spent Christinas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Randolph. , Mr. and Mrs. Lee Morininam and son spent Christmas with her mother in Danville. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Milligan and daughters of Hridgeton, Mr. and .Mrs. Eaton Myers nnd daughter, Harhara Ann and Carl Myers i.peut Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. ISirt Ford. Holiday News From Center Ifebers Entertain At Christmas Dinni i; Many Guests at Local Homes Roy Riddle 01 Kokomo. Ind., now in the V. S. Navy spent the weekend with hi sister, Reiiha Riddle Ro'ner. He lias made three trips across the ocean. Mr. and Mrs. Kmet Myers and children were supper Kuesia Wednesday night of Mr.' and Mrs. Juines Wake und family in Fairview. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heber. Jr. eiileitained the following a dinner on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ( Continued Iroaa page 1) One American division alone knocked out over 105 Qerman armored vehicles In these furious first two days of fighting. Altogether, according to Allied officers In Hastogne, the Wehrniacht lost nearly 200 tanks, trying to crack the (own s defenses. "Nut" to KuTinulrr After the Americans had rejected Miss Kvelyn McDonald of Chlcato spent the Christmas holiday with her fullier and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Krnest McDonald. Mrs. Clara Medium.' nnd daughter Cora and Philip Sains spent Christina with the former' sister and husband and Mount Vernon. Miss (lladys Samuels had as holiday Ktiests Mrs. C. .1. Henderson of Christmas Parties; Wave Home on 15-Day Leave The American Lotion and Auxiliary held tiicSr aniiiH'! Christinas party at the home of Mr. and Mm. James Harper Thursday pvenhiK. A chicken dinner v. up. served with all the trimmings, Al'terwarcU niollon pictures was shown by Ski. Florvn Wo mi, returned veteran from Italy pnrt France. The at lack of IVarl Harbor was shown as well a several other war pictures. A (iift exchange was held and the remainder of the evening wag spent socially and card playing. The January meeting will be dispensed and the next meeting will be held in February :nn enemy demand to surrender with and Mrs. Glenn Kaxlon and 1 ,i,e single word "nuts." the Germans Mr Lafayette and Paul Samuels of Lou children and Mr. und Mrs. Roscoe VM (,,jwn co,lr,.trated artillery isville, Ky. Wright and lamlly spent ( nrisiuias 1 , ,,.a T,1(1) infatry and tanks Miss Kara O Lee Hartley of nioomlnglon. Ind. spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hotner. in. They were hurled back. The Mr. and Mrs. Claude Campbell and , ,jljnwufr,. wa6 then called In and on daughters of near Dana visited re- J ,.n,s,milB r bombed heavily the cently with Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Helt. j )(JSl,ollll K& oy American defend- Mrs. Marvel Ileveridge of Clinton! Iliad laylor, ( "oitstiiiK Motfic itmi .! riy olnniui fu a scene from the ku new imii(iH, 'Ailainn- n,v,M die jiluygToiiiid1 01 iliu HUf'lll. 'A-, visited with Mrs. Zora Carlin recently. Mrs. George Miller spent Friday in Terre Haute. A first-and station filled with wounded was among the places hit. An American staff sergeant crawled through a hole in the buring Recent Events In Hillsdale Two Navy Men Home On Leave at Christmas; Jimmy Sykes in HospitaJ Max lJearmun, who is on leave aRcr serving werais WltU tho 1'. 0. tuinrd (heir daufrlilcrs, Mrs. Cliaun-tfy Blakesk-y of Jndiaiiapolis and Miss Mary JlcJle Marlon of SouUi Hjnd over the. weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mack enier-tained lor Chriatnias, tlieir son, Harold, of Chicago, and their daughter. Mrs. Troy Heaps and Mr. Heaps of Spencer, ind. Mr. and Mrs. William Hicks spent Christmas at the home of Mrs. Hicks aimer near Fannershurp. ; Jimmy Sykes, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Dplbert Sykes, was Aalfen Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow ( rane ana , wa and br0Uf,lu out a number of children of Hridgeton spent the (iie M jurej. weekend with his parents, Mr. ""d : supplied by Air Mrs. Cecil Crane. J n rcsl)011Be t0 their urgent radio Howard Nolan of St. liernice ' al,pP!lIs ,i,e nast0gne defenders re-spent Sunday with Mary Heber. i reived a certain amount of supplies About fifty people attended the (he ,ast rfour days of tn(J Christmas supper at the Center si(,.,f, The6e sul)J,lieB were dropped Church Friday night. A covered dish 1 , ,..,,,.,,. from ..,. train" trans- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hartley. Miss Lula Adams and family spent the weekend and Christmas with her mother and daughter at Momence. 111. Mrs. Mary Holyrod and daughter Esther entertained during the holiday Mr. and Mrs. Koland Holroyd and daughter of Paxton. 111. and Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hise of Cayuga. Mr. and Mrs. Max Foster and sons spent Christmas day with the latter' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Samuels. Other guests In the Samuels home Christmas were Mr. and Mrs. Doyne McMasters of Florida. C. D. Jlryant of Puoeuix. Ai. r-rjved. iiure Saturday. Mrs. Bryjmt and children eafnV two week's ago. They win iritki Uldir home here Jor tlm vti(r, , ) " I Mr., and ,Mrs .Pearl Ladd spent Christmas with relatives In Clinton. Miss live a!l)oifJr"'k 'Jin the tfostoffice'was Vitf (fiiiyMIr ffrst Wehraueh and daughlern, Judy and Karen Sue and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stout and son Walter Russell of St. Bernice. Miss Jean Car) in of Indianapolis spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlin. Mr. and Mrs. Enest Myers entertained Sunday evening with a birthday dinner for his father. Carl Myers, (iuests were Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Myers and daughter, Barbara Ann. Miss Helen Miller, who teaches in Valparaiso High School, is spending her vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller. Mrs. Ray Wright spent Thursday in Terre Haute wilh her sisters, Mrs. Charles Birt and Mrs. Ethel Bright. ' Miss Virginia Crane,' who teaches ii). South Bend, Ind! arfi'ved Wednesday and tfer sister. Margaret Crane, who teaches ( in 'Mfshawaka, arrived Friday pveriiiig tp spend the holidays' with IJi el r jiaeuts, Mr.' and Mrs. Cecil Crane. SMn.'WtA. MM.'iWilbur Jordan and dauWjr,,;Jj)lx iff .f erre -Haute and N'avV.. is-. Visuihtf' h WotI)-r.; Mrs. supper was served cafeteria style and an exchange of gifts followed. A program was enjoyed nnd the pictures of the picnic last summer were Bhown by Raymond Gosnell. AjUW Jeanuajj and ptJior lU'iaiives. to Hie Vermillion County Hospital r ran cis uevar, siauonea ui me, y eunestiay .kuiici ing w iu jmetHjiiai Midshipmen's Naval Academy in Clil-, flu Cago, spent Christmas Viih- JUs irio-j . . Mr$. Cross, injured tier arm. Sat-,, ther, MvHi Kmuia lievar. On faunday, ; urday niht when she fell on au,icy they were guests of Kobert. U'var , walk. , ;;orts C4 7's which braved heavy enemy flak to skim - Bastogne's house-tops and throw off bundles of food and medical material. This correspondent entered Bast-ogne with the first convoy to get 'hrough the enemy lines In daylight. Men in the battered town were In llgh spirits and cocky. 9-ie Koad Is Orieii Only one road into tM 'lown .was open, -from the southwest. And this, ;om, was under harassing enemy artillery and sniper fire.-i Relief convoys, however, were 'continuing to pour In through this narrow gap. and family at the home of Mr. an'J Mr. and Mrs. James York had Js Mrs: 'Ceorge- lievar. . Christmas Iay guets Mr. , and . Mrs. when plans for the annual birthday party in March will be made. The basketball and football hoys Of the high school were entertained at a Christmas dinner and party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Crick. A turkey dinner was served. Those assisting with the dinner were Mrs. Lane Clark, Mrs. Walter Dlckerson, Mrs. Herman Kuhns and Mrs. Otto Albright. The rest of the evening was spent in playing the Same of "Cootfe." The Cayuea Christian Kndeavor were entertained Christmas night p the Oollett home. Before they went to the'Miome, the- group euroled' around town. They were chaperpued-by Rev. and Mrs. Kkstrom. About eighteen were present. Games' and niUttfo' Vele the diversions of ".the evening' 'Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. Holla Jordan, Private James R." Morgan tjf-FoW" McClellan, Alabama, left for his camp Christmas morning after spending a sixteen day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morgan and sister LaVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Koush had as Christmas eve guests Mins Lorraine Roush of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Trosper of Danville, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Vern VanSant and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Morgan and daughter LaVernc. Miss Lorraine Roush of Indianapolis spent the Christmas linliday With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C Mr. and Mrs. Harold McGlosson are the parents of a five pound daughter born December Iftth at the Vermillion County Hospital, Clinton.1 The little miss has been named Ca-1 BlacKeye Peas Blackeye peas are causing much favorable comment these days. They are palatable and offer much food value at little cost. Dry, they are acceftab' alternates for meat, fish, eggs or cheese because they contain protein. They are sources of B vitamins crci iron, too. Merril Wilterniood of IndlunupoUs .-.Cljfde Hfewart and children, Mr., and Visited his ntother, Mrp. Alwitda Mrs. Claude York of Danville, III., Pi.ninu vriiiHv. I Mr. and Mrs. Eschol Bennett. Indl- .ytis i'.r,jii;3iiiie.cran, a nurse of the I'uion,; Hosjiital, Kent.'. Sunday with Bert Brown, Jr. of Centenary iy anapolfs; Mr., and Mrs,. Uaymonai'- P"t .iaii, snnndhiff fi few davs here with re- Little, Mr. and Mrs. Linzie Fortner Mr-and Mrs. Ray Heber entertain latives and friends. 'and family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred i with a Christmas dinner for their duests were Mr. and Mrs. TiiMifiri Smith nf rhilKinun. 111., t Ituss'1!. j family, Mr. and Mrs. Ren Church had aB Charles Milligan and children, Mrs. guests Mr. and Mrs. I.onnio Ritchey vara Usmon ot. t union, Mr. and Mrs Clean Coal In 1942, an estimated 145 million tons of bituminous coal were mechanically cleaned, 25 per cent of the total output of that year. Fifteen years previously, only 5.3 per cent of all coal was cleaned Roy Sturm , and son, Ronnie Ray, and granddaughter of Clinton of the week becnusrs.' of illness. Mi. and Mrs. 'Ira Davidson id family left- Siind? for'Sfwo- w'ks vacation in Birmingham, -Ala- Mrs. Davidson's parents reside in tbat city. t '.- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene LeClaire and son, Jimmy spent the Christmas holiday with. their son, Dale, at Great Lakes Training Center. Mr. and Mrs. Archie King and family have moved into the Warren Coffin property on Second Street. Mr. Coffin will reside with1 the Kings. Wave Doris Elliott, arrived Friday for a fifteen day furlough with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adran Elliott. Miss Elliott is stationed In Texas. Prior to her enlisting ill the Waves, she was employed at the lo Strikes Oftener In our military forces it has been found that gonorrhea strikes from two to fiye times as often as syphilis. is spending a few days hi re with his sister, Mrs. Violet Sykes and children. ,;" Mr. and Mrs. I'earl Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. John Mott and Mrs. Hin's and daughter, Marie, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mott at Clint. .n. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Iltitson rn d son, Dean, wore In Clinton Baturci: y. M;'s. Huby Kdinonds of Chicaro is visiting over the Christmas li'i' l-.js with her daughter, Mrs. I'earl IVvlns and Fred Steffy and tic :r fa u'lies here. Mrs. Robert Lohrnian an'! Miss Norma Herrick of Indianapolis spent the weekend with their parents Navy Has Foot Trouble Even the navy has its foot trouble. The United States Naval Reserve corps has decided that among the specialists eligible tor appoint, ment are chiropodists, or podiatrists. Action of tie. navy in appointing chiropodists follows the report of the Council of the American Medical Association that "chiropody is a department of the healing service and it has its basis in scientific and demonstrated knowledgt and satisfies a gup that general mett-icine has failed to fill." cal Herald office. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Auhle had as holiday guests and Christmas dinner milla Sue. C. Roush and son Tommy. Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Myers and children aqd Mr and Mrs. Raymond Heber, Jr. and daughter, Raelene. Afternoon callers were Paul Russel Osnion S 2c of Chicago, 111. and his wife Jean and son, Paul Rocky of Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Davis of Clinton and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Helt and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Helt and sons. Mrs. Maude Hays and Mrs. Ceneva Shanks of Terre Haute spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hotner. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dottier and daughter, Ilertha and Miss firace Luce spent Christmas with Mrs. Myrtle Pugh and family of Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sturm and son Malcolm, Mrs. Amy Sturm, Mrs. Janies Reekner and daughter, Joyce Ann spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sturm. Several friends from this vicinity attended a party Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross James guesls Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Auhle Richard L. Donald, G. M. 3c ar of West IVrginia, Mrs. Edith Benge here. and daughter, Jocena of Kokomo. j Mrs. Orace Houghland and dangh Mr. and Mrs. Roila Jordan spent ; ter, Mary Louise, from Pari". III. New Year's Eve Gance AT THE MUmil BALLROOM CLINTON, INDIANA DANCING FROM 9 to ? ADMISSION $1.20 PER PERSON . Table Reservations 25c Per Person i For Reservations, Call Clinton 403-R spent Saturday night and Sunday Marines' Hymn '. - lilting ttine' of the "Marines' Hymn" originallyi was written by a German who became a ;. naturalized with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Richards.'" " " ' '. Clyde Russell of EvansvillH is spending this week witii his wife and daughter. Vera. Miss Ulla Jackson of Clinton spent Wednesday with the daughter and family, Mr. and1 Mrs." Ernest Mohr and sohVrMT nt-Arrprfon, III.""1 I.ane and Betty Jean McLaln of the Collett Home spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. William Chisler at Perrysville. Miss Louise Holycross of Danville and Miss Mary Lou Hughes were Christmas dinner guests of the rived last week to spend a ten day furlough with bis wife and son and rheumatic Sufferers Nagging:, Muscular Rheumatic i Pains May Be Checked Fast Aik for the genuine Willianu BUX Com-pound. You sleep, work and play with new enjoyment when yon get relief from nag- Jing pain. Many people declare they uf-ered to at times that they could hardly aieep and did not feel much like worliiiif?. And then William KUX Compound brought them grateful relief and in a hurry 1 The fmrredients in RUX, being liquid in form, are taken internally and so are available Frenchman. Xt was adapted by an American marine in Mexico, and next was played, in Tukyo where Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James , Leathernecks accompanied Commc ies. j dure i'erry op lut meir.oraote visit Mr, and Mrs. R. T. Morton en' r-i jn 1353. ' '-' A . 7 W3 ' Collett Home children. HE VOICE IU THE FO& TAKES SHAPE.' it's -.IT'S -WHY. ITS JINMYiS PAPA, : apeea relief to areas or pain and Riuon, IteSUIU Will BMnK (or tlu-nn.iva Take only aj directed. Recommended and TCCr; PI Ar-K! f LAST W SAW CF HIM. Hair-Cut Lost Life Samson was strong enough to slay a lien with his hands, b.'t he lost s life because of p. hair-cut. & RUDY MAD r&GT UlM ADRIFT!!) TUEN TI4E K!ONAPR. RETURNED YCU WUEM THEY GOT MY MILLION- TlEV updc iippigut .TO THAT EXTENT- FtUEN THE KIDNAPER YW DAilCUTPol W TUE ! WHAT BRAZEM ! 1 WiS MAM1. GET ME TOE XIT jg nearly ' RETURME.D SCO WWEM J5h?o Jiri ' ELUFFDOSGLING WAS I THE VICTIM OF?!! ); PERPETRATOR OF THIS HID- noPELE3S TO THEYGOTMYMILUON---vQvfc.u', I MY YACUT-MY MILLION BUCKS! TUAT I E6US RANSOM PLOT AND I IrkDHIMIM THEY V1ERE UPRISUT A NArfcJJ ON MY HEAD I1 f"l VWILL REWARD WELL!!rt4l5 POG.eiR- WT(AAT EKTEW---- "teliwmimmrrTjfr--isWt ILL try' jyKW- iiim wMmm WHITE'S PHARMACY Tiuuvl vnncp fe iw. ; DR. O. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For Those Who Need Them hair- yM yfH' 2(8 lllackmaii St. fu.v.o, im, ,., .7, BREADTH i,.TgcaTgcc ii y,, ... mM "' 111 J uilnPs p-inu fyj3iigmr'g.7F7't ROW RASStSNUALB.RAMBUNS ,v ; TO RUM OUT OF TH'S WEATUERA 1 T -''l FBONT OF MY FACE 1 1 W r4-3 MSIlliJ$i7LfTA"J l"Vnm HARRY' A miluom iron men under V. 'P'JfT-l v -FSii hyJL, rJr WITH - r ' IBll L WABTSof' ' ' N " I r ' I1' , L I j SlWTfP'' fW FU AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTERS K . ZTi& I MO LAVJ CAfvl COMPEL ME Tf51 , ,.,-W FiEMO(2!EAT VcXJ lf303H! I CAH BE HARD- kl f . k . V5UMS LADxl !rVP HERCy'llM HUHAWrf GRIEF! POOR boiled aboot a murder k -Y 1 " V J(yJELL,R06ER ART IS MORE (0J? - JT I V" INFORM DID M MUST KIDAbuT ATHIN6 LIKE THIS f ifVo V ' ' BLAMED THANMXA &i f A jM A LET US DEMONSTRATE ITS MANY ADVANTAGES a Hum- - -yz:j) m mr?t mmt.mwm mi Today's swift tempo and shortage of help dcxsndi (oiler ways of handling every job. 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