The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 2, 1945 · Page 3
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January 2, 1945

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Page Three THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Tuesday, January 2, 1945. Cranberry Product ' Ursolic acid, cranberry seed oil and cranberry wax are recovered from the skins and seeds of Like Warmth Soybeans like warm soil while sprouting and warm weather when growing. They require at least 100 days of warm growing weather. (1 Clinton Social Notes Prominent New Goshen Man Dies at Son's Home Funeral services Tor Martin C Shew. 80. prominent New Goshen farmer, were held at the Frist Funeral Home today at 2 p. tu. Mr. Shew died at the home of his son. Russell Shew, of Liberlyville. Ind., Sunday at 3 a.m. following a few days illness. He is survived by one daughter. xi Philin Havwonh. New Goshen; fffV0 M The Time in 45 . . . DEPEND ON PEMEV'S Miss Edith Howe of South Bend spent Christmas Day and enjoyed dinner with her aunt and uncle. Clarence and Sadie Howe or route 3. Tuesday Tues. Sal. Delta Theta Tau. One-half Century Club 7:45 p.m. Minnehaha, 7: SO p.m. at the hall. Thursday cal. Pocahontas Lodge 7: JO p.m. Bunco and euchre at ft P-ffl. Frirn.llv Bunco Club. Clinton Ho WHITE GOODS For many years Penney's has featured White Goods early in January. Generations of housewives have eome to depend on us to fill their linen closets at this time! , . Although this January we have assembled for you the best assortment possible it falls far short of what you or we would like to have. We know, however that you will understand that this is due entirely to the urgent needs or our Armed Forces. Crow Soybeans Farmers who need protein fee more than other feeds, may grow soybeans if their lard is adapted to the crop. Huffy. Abwrbrnt TERRY TOWELS 17c to 49c LIMIT S :ay rotor KmkIm-. to lrr-np the aihroom. t-xxl qnality that wrcrs wean and wahes well. HoiKir Brand . White CHEESECLOTH 9c yd. Handy fT many ariMind the luwai-. -l uality. ofl. nbww-l-nl f'r line poliOiins. (Irani. Weather In the Dakotas also. was very cold, with Ashley. X. D.. experiencing 17 below. Williston. X. D.. had 13 below yesterday. Park Falls. Wis., bad 13 below tero this morning and Rockford. III., below. It was 6 below in Chicago. On its way east, the cold wave sent the nti-rcury down lo ie.nw in Fort Wayne. Ind.. 4 below in Jackson. Mich.. 3 below in Toledo. O.. and xero in Cleveland. Blairsville in the north central part of Pennsylvania, had 1 below. Eastern states were due for a ; cold wac the weather bureau said, although the low temprraturrs were just reaching there. I'p in the New England states. the temperatures were unusually, high st the stale of the day. but j weather reports. At Bangor. Me., j the mercury was 45 above xero early today, but started dropping aa the cold air moved in. s New Congress To Face Major Issues of War (Ooatls-e- T-m rf 1) state American peace terms in con fortuity with the Atlantic Charter. Mar ProDOM Orcanixaiioa I The Ball-Burton-Hill-Hatch senat-! orial quartette, which spearheaded a drive for a resolution railing fori formation of an international peace! organization, may propose another. resolution designed to speed creation of the organization. I Exhibitions of power politics in Europe the Polish and Greek and j other situations have bitten deep' into the consciences of senators who are anxious to see peace established on the basis of the Atlantic Charter. The new congress unquestionably ! will pour out billions of dollars" through appropriations to back the war. Both senate and house leaders in charge of appropriations say fewj demands of the army and navy will t be rejected. I While there fs a possibility or demand for a sweeping investigaton of American reverses on the western k front, a canvass disclosed that most , members are still pinning their faith j in the American High Command. I FTHt Message Tomorrow j The pattern of domestic legislation ' may be set by President Roosevelt in j bis annual message tomorrow. Mr. Roosevelt is regarded as certain to nrge expansion of social sec- , urity Into a "cradle to the grave" i program, recommend universal mill-! tary training as a permanent policy, and to advocate maintenance of the stabilization program against in-' ffation. His message may also in clude Byrnes' 4-F-draft and other, recommendations.. ' No Tax Raise fieew I Congressional fiscal leaders say. taxes will not be raised during the, year 1S4S. With the war still in full swing, it appears likely that domestic legislation will be restricted to a minimum. I GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY 1 ROBERTA'S I BEAUTY SHOP 1S7 Worth 7th St. PROVE 14-W I PERMANENT GIVEN AT NIGHT Larry Hillyer Observes Birthday Christmas Day Mr. Re Hillyer entertained recently with a birthday part? in honor of her con. Larry, who observed hie fourth birthday on Christmas Day. Game were played and prices went lo Ronald xewsotne and Bill) Rex Xowllng. Larry bad two large decorated birthday cake with four randies. As he blew out the randies, the group cinjc Happy Birthday. Refreshment? of fruit Jello and rake were served Those attending were Eddie. Carol Kay and Terry Butlerniore. Judy Donald. Susie Payton. Joyce and Sharon Birrh. Hila and Ronald New-some. Edward Ivan Berry- Jesse Pierce. Jerry Joe Hillyer, Mr. and ; Mrs. Edward Berry. Mrs. Helena Birch. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Pierce. ' Mrs. Louise Buttermore, Mrs. Ed Payton. Out-of-town guest were Tommy Rlaby of Paris. III.. Billy Rev Xow-ling of Greensburg and Marilyn York of Chicago. Regrets were received from Jackie and Jerry Rayee. Patty and Johnny funis. Jenine Barkus. Marcella and Jobnny George. Diane and Mrs. Herb Donald and Mrs. Golda Hillyer. Larry received many nice gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Stringfellow and family. Mrs. Alvin Deane. Miss Anna Mae Stringfellow and Jackie Lee Stringfellow and Mrs. Kllls at-' tended the graduation exercises at Rose Polytechnic Institute in Torre Haute Saturday when their son. Charles Stringfellow was graduated, this week after spending the holidays Mrs. Deane will return to Chicago with her parents. Miss Anna Mae Stringfellow will leave this week to accept a position with the da Pont company at Cbarlestown. Ind. She recently returned to Clinton after IS months in Pasco. Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown. Jr. and daughter. June Evalyn. have return ed to their borne in Sylaeauga. Ala . after visiting lor the past two weeks with her mother. Mrs. Pearl Triable . and sister. Mrs. Dorothy iiieomn of Sonth Sixth street. Lt. William L. Marietta and Wil- Ham Vastbtnder. both former Rose Poly students, attended the graduation exercises Saturday. Mr. Thelma Sanders of Terre Haute. Ind.. spent Christmas with ber father, John Bales, of Blsnford. Albert Baldon Is home from the Robert Long Hospital. He will return for treatments soon- l for COUGHS : due to C01SS : i COUGH LOZENGES Get below the garU Utte .. Ltwetfge gii'ee your thxoM. a IS tjutart att the ticum. Miliiutti tjor iiktw Um wujjii. tfcrutut dritotr tum tx munwm rttuitiJe fax : I two sons. Oiiy Shew, route two of West Terre Haute, and Russell oi Liberlyville. seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren. The body was taken to Ibe Frist Funeral Home where services were held today at 2 p.m. with Rev. L. F. De Poister officiating. Burial was In Shephards Cemetery. Storks on Holiday? No Entries Received Yet in Baby Derby Clintonites continued to skan the skies for the first stork of H4S as the second day of the New Tear failed to bring notice of any contenders for the "First Baby of 1945" crown. The birth certificate of the baby must be brought to the Daily Clin-tonian offire within five days after Jan. 1 to he eligible for the many gifts waiting for the winner. Three days remain for entries in the Derby, the ninth held In Vermillion County. Rnes for the contest are: First Only babies born to Vermillion County parents, living in Vermillion county are engime. Second The winner will be the first baby born in 1445. and whose birth certificate is brought to The Daily Clintonian office not later . i c A ! uvan ju. v. i j t .i . Third Hour, minute and day og birth must be confirmed by the attending physician. Indiana Cold to Ease Bat More Snow to Fall: Weatherman lN'DIAX'APOLIS Fort Wayne. with a thermometer low of eight degrees below zero, bad the dubious distinction of being the coldest spot recorded in Indiana by the V. S. weather bureau last night. The cold will ease slightly tonight and tomorrow, the forecast promises, but more snow will fall. Warnings against highway travel in northern Indiana already have been issued by the state police. Roads were hazardous in other parts of the state also. South Bend lacked only a degree of reaching the depths touched by Fore Wayne thermometers. Other! representative temperature lows were: Indianapolis airport, zero: Indianapolis downtown... 1 above: Terre Haute, two above and Evansville. seven above. The Canadian northwest sent another cold wave today down into the north central states with northern Minnesota getting the lowest of the sab-zero temperatures. The frigid weather spread over most of the midwest and moved eastward toward the Atlantic Seaboard. Southern states, too. were getting their share. Freezing tem peratures were Hie role there nearly to the Georgia-Florida border. St. Cloud. Minn., reported 22 below zero and Duluth 17 below The Hoor Keenrrw Itrlight ! Nation-Wide SHEETS 81x108 SI .33 LIMIT 2 Stwrdily woven lose wearing awow-wlrfte sheets that are elways a wonderful investment. KHOP EARLY! Cotton YARD GOODS 19c to 59c . wonderful array of rohw and patterns to delight the vrmer. Tbrse fnhrir give long wear in TABLE OIL CLOTH 33c snd 39c Treat jronr Vivhn fablf lo a frrnh nnr anrer, rasljr rl-aril- OIL CLOTH SQUARES 45c and 59c TERRY WASH CLOTHS 10c and 12c MEN'S WHITE HANDKERCHIEFS 10c PEXCO PILLOW CASES 39c LIMIT 2 TOWELING 10c yd. KnitTO4r,ll SCARFING SI. 39 yd. tel basement. 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Cham bers, hostess. Past Chiefs Club, Mrs. Harry Moore, pot-luck supper at :30 p.m. Bring covered dish and own table service and 10 rent gift. wwr rinh will meet at the home of Mrs. Maxine Cummins, 70 Neb-eker street at 7:30 p.m. Golden Star Club, 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Mattfe Morris. South Seventh street. Wednesday Women of the Moose meet at the hall nn Rlarkman street. 7:30 p.m. for Initiation. All members are ur- c-A in attend. Members pay dues Wednesday evening. Luncheon will h erred at the club rooms following initiation services, members to bring covered dish. Women's Relief Corps, 2 p in- K rtf r Hall Wednesday Bridge Club to have been with Mrs. Arnold Rodgers lias been postponed for two weeks. Trl Kappa Associate Chapter. Mrs- Lee Hain. S p.m. Parke Homemakers Er Club- Mrs. Chester Modesitt. covered dish luncheon. Mrs. Annabel Bennett. Mrs. Man ha Modesitt and Mr. Haiel Newton, assistant hostesses. Bring covered dish. WSCS of Fairriew Methodist Church. Mrs. Homer Rilchey. 2 p m Every member requested to attend. Trl Kappa. Miss Ruth Wood. 1133 South Sixth street. p. m. While Heather Circle. Mrs. Anna Houston. South Fourth street. 7:30 p.m. -ininnarv Society Of the First Christian Church, Miss Lucy Marshall. Elm street. 2:30 p.m. Circle 1. WSCS. Mrs. Roy Taylor. South Sixth street. 2 p. m. BIRTHS Pvt. and Mrs, Jam? VeKxrenio are ttbe paris oi a son horn Saturday ait. US. yraiMma Commy fuewpa-ital. The infant wmhuxl eirht pounds 13 oiumoes ad has bwn manned Jerry wVayia?. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S- Hudson are tllae pareant of twin frirln born at the counfly bospital Saturday-Roe Ewfl'pile weataed five pounds 19 ouocm9 and Violet Nell veiigbed six pounds tvo ounee- Mr. asad Mrs. Harry Jome. Blotoni' inrda9e. are the parents of a daughter born fsatmrday at the boepital. Ttae baby weachd nine pounds five ,; otaneec aiad hzx been named Wanda jj Mr. ace Mrs. rcoy Loie are ioc parenls of a dauteiter bom' at the yuntf hospital Monday. The Infant wealed seren pounds and has been named EreJyn Lewfls. Mr. and Mrs. Clatade Oe. HjUs- da!le, are the paresis of a son born at the county boGjjjtal at 12:2 a.m-Mondaar. Tlie baby wirhed eight pounds four ounoes and bits not been earned- Mrs. Dalia CalTetti. Route three. 3 was admitted to the Verajillion Co junty Hospital Saturday as a medical cae. John Webb, of South Main Street ! was admitt-d to the county hospital I Sunday a a medical case. John Milliken. Tangier, was admit ted to the county hospital Sunday as !a judica! rase. j Jolin Milliken. Tangier, was ad-f meoical rase. J mined to the county hospital as a Mrs. Tony Aveaatti and baby, 'south Main street. Mrs. Edith Giu-I liarl. Cayuga. Mrs. Beniiee Gailahue Montezuma. A. J. Huxford. Newport. Mrs. Madge Criffin and baby of R 3 and Mrs. Maxine MeOourtlln It'ayuga liae bn dismissed from the 'county hospital. Done : l FRIsrfl I Homel u - .- m m m . -. i a f "ltT-L-- OAY niGHT mm V Have Your 1 j ' " I i . j .. , " OQtBSIl GOQDua S d(S)(Po "THE MODEL WAV" 323 S. MAIN :-: PHONE 13 536 S. FOURTH : PHONE 55 MODEL CLEANERS We asake thing l.T. a you well kwoi To belli our KoMirre KU.HT THt K l Ko dn-clen fttTKS. ls l do h. We gtaaraatee ll XEt'EIS lil E IT!

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