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rugel'hrc THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Wednesday, January 3, 1915. rwADC rft7iMPSS GIVE LOUNGING TOGS APPEAL WkVnf rq (jifl Clinton Social Notes Seventh Army Grinds German Line to Pieces IContlll'led rinm PKK11 assalt7whlch stopped the Nazis after they had gained some Hvo miles, left the Third Army free to roiillinie lis widening of the Baslogne eoriiilor in nronnration for an evpeiH d assaull Shepardavillo Residents Attend Son's Wedding Air. and M'fi. Frank Hrewer and rt.liitlller I'nnna nt SheiMlldnvlllt' le-ri-nily allenil' il II"' weilillim or 1 1 I r Hin. F l.'e Franli (.laeldel IImwoi nl 111'1 1'. H. ro-,l t'n..i,l lo I'm II, iiv J. ,iie Wiii.v, ihunsliler nl' Mr. alhl M l ,i. flnl'l,- Wri.v ul 1SX Wei-I Former Resident Weds At Church Rites In Peoria, Illinois MJhh arjmMila l'Vrmro nml l'fc. Iliilpli WhIIh MhitIihI Monday, NowmlH-r 111 At IllipM-ShlVC CIllUvIl VlVIIIOn) MIrs Cynlhla Fornrn, tliuiKlitor nf Mi mil Mm. .Inhn Cprl'nrn of Peo ria, III., formfD fllnlon relltnti, I cem.r 2 i 5 ,,. m and Pre. Ralph Wnlln. son t the) rcwi Iin wut hold ul llm lioun-lato Francis WnltH of ColumhuH, O. 0 t), lil" N pnrniitii following II" were united In inarrluKf" Sunday, No-1 ceremony. vember 12 at ceremonleg performed! F 1 'e Hrowor wiw home vlntt ltsr at the Hale Memorial Church wltli I rlntlvo! on a 17 dav furlough re-Rev. F. D. Menze officiating. , eentlv. He hud been In Bervlca for The bride waa becomingly gowned I tg months In which he linn uncut Thirty-three Bills in ff New Congress Benefit Service Men, Women WASHINGTON, D. C. Thirty-.hree of the 111 hills introduced In ih'.. House nt noon today are for the ii. n. I'll of service men and women if this and other wars. Eight deal u;th the le'-lrtk's of the present con- llial. lip:, lily nl Hills High ' Tli loinl Ml i lw fo1' 1111 opening d.n nf a new Congress. The qnalliv of I tie bills judging by llielr mi. nl - Is high with a not- Ice.ible nl Hell. Vl nee of freak ideas. rhi'i 1 1)1 Calif, leads with the lurei -a number of bills introduc-, d yii. Iti p. Lane (D) Mass., Is iLiiuer un Willi 22 measures to his redil. '.'oorhis likewise leads with i;, i.iiu for service people, followed h. L.i.i.' with nine. Three Aire I'ension Rills rinei I, ill deal specifically with ,1 : pi nsions. Two of these were e I by Lane. One would "es- 111. i.l.lls a self-sustaining national n sy-tem that will benefit re-eiii ena ii" years of age and and lo stabilize the economic I -,rne;.ire of the nntion; and to iu- ,i,e a r.ior uiluble distribution ,f wealth through monetary circula- ,1 ,ii". The second Lane bill would In-, r. ase "the amount which the United Stales may contribute to any inte for old ase assistance in respect of any Individual from f20 to , ::n per month". ' A tiiird old-age pension measure, introduced by itep. Clason (1th Mass., would "provide for the. pay v. nt of direct federal old-age assistance to citizens HO years of age or older". Anti-Sabotage Measure lieu. Sam Hobbs (D) Ala., intro- ( ' I t !' I it wml l ail It-: M7 in a wnite aneer wpuuiok kuwh , ioned with fitted hodiee, sweetheart i riHn lluuvaa onmlllff neckline, long titled sleevea coming to a point at I he wrists und full gathered skirt ending In a long train edged In lnee. Her full length Illusion lace veil was caught to her head with a cap arrangement of or ange blossoms. She carried a bouquet mmrvv Army Tightens Control Of Ward Properties; New Seizures Expected (Continued from page 1 1 that, early army seizure of the Chi cago mail order house proper was j "a safe prediction. At present the army has seized only the retail store and such executive offices as necessary to operate the units in Chicago and elsewhere. IljTon in Office Gen. Byron was in his office, a few paces from the suite of Sewell Avery, the adamant board chairman whose refusal to obey War Labor I j I ! of small white chrysanthemums. The home last nirlit. cross she wore was a gift from her I n.irlnrr the short business meeting, slst(,r. . two new members. Airs. Willis Sire- Miss Ferrare's only attendant was more and Miss Edith Klevenson, her sister, Jackie. She chose a pale were taken Into the club, blue formal with a sweetheart neck- Bunco was played with Mrs. Thel-llne alid puffed sleeves. Her bou- ma Alexander wlnnln hlh; Mrs. quot was of yellow chrysanthemums. , Esther Bvnivm. bunco: Mrs, Mary The groom was attended by Thorn- Archer, low and Mm. S!zmore. trans DuBree, uncle of the bride and a'vel, former Clinton resident. Bef-pshments we serred and Approximately 200 guests attend-! the neyt meeflr.er will be held In two ed the reception held at the home . with Mrs. Opal T"ro nr Cromp- of the bride's parents following the ton Hill. I , an ' ami-sabotage bill which U,,, d ,nd blck l.ning .!., .n..r. dirndl of r.d, whit, and blu.; m.d.rn Chin.,. p-am... o,t women. UK. HoUywood b.aut,e., n hard work mther than glamor posing. When they do are shown In the photograph that are smart in color and styling, and warm. Three Jl? a J, ve3t t8 gI.een quilted above. The one at the left Is a cozy warm lacta aul .or quilted "cen' lored woBol yar em. cotton worn over a bright red flannel b lou BUpP" J n tne center Margue- broldery and black felt JTW Over a red flannej against the enemy si rongliohl nf .' T..ff.1lnA thn ,, : , ,1 lo l.l,.ue and an eventual junction of Allied forces operating north and south of Hie German "bulge" which w'll split , Von Ilundstedt's forces In two. IjivWi llerltn tlalnis ! The fierman offensive, ir It still I deserves use of the term, now i , !ln IIS third wee!f. nerllll ,mi I ill M--" j to make lnvish elnlies of ciinrn:nns casualties inflicted npen the Am-rl-; jeans today's fi'.'Sir" being j 'than r.n.OOO killed and voiiTide.! pin - j 21.000 prisoners Inlten. ; Tn addition, the Vn-ls el-'ieed to! have destroyed 4n Allied g"ns anil 1 yla l,,i, W nod armored vehicles. llut there was no irorp t:i 1 k oft "annihilaling" Amorlenn divisions, of i pusliinsr throilivh lo Antwerii. Aael.en ' or Lie nnd nofbin;; whatever said : of New Year's Hav in Paris ap- parently Ihe prime ohiei'live of the offensive. I lr-htlnf; Very T?l(ter Fihtintr on all sectors, however. 1Vcs evreedinrly bitter and whll" the American armies still held their Inl-tatlve a n It'll price was being paid for everv gain. PaMon Holds Hnstogne Gen. Patton's Third Army again n-na in the vflnsruard of Allied ad vances, smashing to points as far as II miles west ami ll'i.t unicn v n. of Basognei His armored columns have created such a wide circle of steel strength around this vital road junction that the chances of any new Nazi threat to It evaporated into thin air. Numerous small towns and wooded areas that constituted potential danger points were cleared of enemy troops and it seemed it was only a question of time before Patton and Patch had won for themselves sufficient freedom of movement to strike in strength against theh Germans. Relentless Soviet Attacks Pound At Budapest Defenses fContlnued from page 1) fierman infautrv and tank coun ter-attacks southeast of the town of Koniarno are being repelled by Soviet infantry and artillery, the communique stated, and the Germans j south east of the twm town or Ko- nonn or lne Hungarian uoruvr, mi 1 llllMOriHIll rtUU HI1U Irtll juiiuiiuil. I Russian infantry. In reconnais sance operations in East Prussia, killed one company of enemy Iroops. CO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On CroomuMon relieves promptly oe-cause it goes right to the seat of tht trouble to help loosen and expel ffcrn: laden phlegm, and aid nut are 10 southland heal raw. tender Inflamed bronchia mucous membranes. Tell your druijajr' to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like tlx way it quickly allays the cough or vol1 are to have your money baci;. w CREOMULSION For Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis : ' . : j - ,A L N D sLism. Wednesday Women of the Moose meet at the hall on Blackman street, 7:30 p.m. for initiation. All members are ur ged to attend. Members pay dues Wednesday evening. Luncheon will served at the club rooms following initiation services, memberB to bring covered dish. Worinpadiiv Bridge Club to nave been with Mrs. Arnold Rodgers has been postponed for two weeks. Tri Kappa Associate cnapter, mis. Lee Haln, 8 p.m. Parke Homemakers EC ClUD- Mrs. Chester Modesltt, covered dish luncheon. Mrs. Annabel Bennett. Mrs. Martha Modesltt and Mrs. Hazel Newton, assistant hostesses. Bring covered dish. Tri Kappa, Miss Ruth Wood, 1123 South Sixth street, 8 p. m. White Heather Circle, Mrs. Anna Houston, South Fourth street, 7:30 p.m. Thiirsnav ABC Club. Mrs. Merrltt bmltn, South Third street. American Legion Auxiliary, Legion Home, 8 p. m. Missionary Society of the first Christian Church. Miss Lucy Marshall, Elm street, 2:30 p.m. Circle 1, WSCS, Mrs. Itoy 'layior, South Sixth street, 2 p. m. Frtaay Brouilett Chapter, DAR, meet with Mrs. Louis Lemstra at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. J. N. Frist, assisting. Mrs. Harold Grimes, state regent, will be the guest speaker. Robekah Staff to practice, 7:30 p. ni. Current Event und Art Club, Mrs. r c Manshln. 2 n. m. Modem Martha ClasB meet Willi Mrs rieorire Jardlne, South Third street, 7 p. m. Monday Woman's Club, Mrs. Ed Zell, 75 Elm street, 2 p. m. Tueixiay Temnns Kuglt. Mrs. Irene Scag- giari, 7:i p. m. Mrs. Eva Lancaster and children nf Greinenslle spent New Year's tii, u-iiii Mr. I Mrs. It. K. reek of Walnut street. t Mrs. Fred Hohner who recently inHiTweitt an nneratioll ol HI. Vlll cent's Hospital Is now convalescing at her home on lllackmiin street Indiana Aviation Classes To Get Discarded Motors ivriiAVAPOl.ts. Ind. More Mm 40 liieh schools ill Indiana, plan nlng to evtend or begin courses in nviaiion Instruction, soon will re ceive a shipment of airplane motors discarded by the Army Air Forces. The announcement was made by Dr. Clement T. Malan. State Superintendent of Public Instruction, who added that the Hoosier high schools in, nmo'iir Ihe first in the country to take the opporl unity of obtaining at nominal cost obsolete or impaired Arinv material for use in classrooms. The engines are for ground in-strnetion only and could uever be installed in planes for actual flying. Dr. Malan said. High schools already having ordered engines include Aurora. Franklin. Greensburc. Lawrence- burg. Richmond. Madison, Shelby-ville and Rushville. Read Our Up-to-Dale Sport Newi board directives resulted in the sel-'are suffering heavy losses in man-jul.e Dower and equipment. Gen. Byron's flag of rank hung i Spearheads Near liorrit-r from the wall Russian spearhead forces were Armv officers constantly moved In I las' reported near Tara, 11 miles ceremony, Phm. 2c Johnson and Wife Honored At Recent Party Mr. and Mrs. Andy Johnson of route three, Clinton entertained re- cently with a party honoring their son and wife, Phm. 2c James V: Jhonson of North Carolina. The" were on a two day leave from his ' base. u I Johnson has been in the U. S. I Navy for two years and attended BChoorat Great Lakes. 111. and Norfolk, Va. and has been doing bookkeeping and pharmacist work at the Marine Air Hasp at Cherry l'oint for the past seven months. Those present at the parly were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Osulla, Mr. and Mrs. James Rlaler and son. Janus, Mr. and Mrs. George l'ierce. Mrs. Martha Willard. Mrs. Minnie .Cnl- vettl and son, James. ( The dinner was served at noon and a large decorated wedding cake centered the table. The young couple were married on June 14, 1U4 I .at New Bern, N. C. Mrs. Calvin Holliday. daughter ol' Mr. and Mrs. Arnold ltodgers has returned to her home in Washington, D. C. after spending the holidays with relatives. P. O. 3e Eugene Eodgers has i-H,ri,eri to his slatlon nfler spend- ing New Year's Day with his par- ents. Qasilied Ads Sell Most Anytbint Poor Digestion? Headachy? Sour or Upset? Tired-Listless? Do you feel headachy and upset due to poorly digested food? To feel cheerful and happy again your food must be digested properly. Each day, N ature must produce about two pints of a vital dilative jui to help digest your food. If Nature fails, Jrour food may remain undigested caving you headachy and irritable. Therefore, you must increase the flow of this digestive juice. Carter's I.ilile Liver Pills increase this flow quickly often in as little as 30 minutes. And, you're on the road to feeling boiler. Don't depend on artificial aids to counteract indigestion when Carters Little Liver Pills aid digestion afler Nature's own order. Take Carler's Little Liver Fills aa directed. Get tbcm at any drugstore. Only 2 it. I i ! i; T ii ri H". i'Imi The ,iliiiiiL Fln.t llniii'si eh el Klvil. Chleai' . Ill It ;rr nl I III' . r.l'lli and He-i HilUlllla)'. I'- me loto year in onumi i He relumed to Sen Francisco on De- U.... A I'n,. ,.ni,DLlul,t1ltll ceniher 4 for reassignment. Golrlen Star Meters Meet At Morris Home Tuesday Airs. Wattle Morris v.-ns hostess for Hie tlolilen Slav Club at her Mrs. Dreneacs Honored At Birtliday Dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Louis llremriier. , cr Shepardsxlll" enlerl-iiued wilh' a birlhday dinner Kund.iv in honor of Mrs. Doyiie Drengnes. Those pres. nt were Mr. and Mrs. Owen Pii"li ami faniily. Mr. anil Mrs. Ivnn t'Ui;!! and daiiuhler. Otlvt- tn Mrs Ralidi Fleniming and chil dren. Mr. and Mrs. Carl M'ih r of New Coshen. Mr. and Mrs. .1. .1. Marietta f Clinton, LI. Willi nil Marietta of Rhrevi port. La.. Miss Shirley Mathlas of Terrp Maine, and Mrs. Tresa I'lvnaacs. A delicious turkev dinner was served and the dav was enjoyed by all. Mr. anil Mrs. Edward lTiililie of route two. Clinton had a surprlv 'visit last Thursday evening from their brother and sisier In-law. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardie and daughter, Margaret or Ttiehmond. Mo. Thev returned to their home on New ear's Eve. wwc t-Lcrs Sn:iiTiN(i Mrs. Maxino Cinninings entertained the members of the WWC Club at her home on Nebeker street Tues- day evening. The members enjoyed the evening 'by playing, I Doubt It, and delicious rel resliiuenlM were served. Mrs. Hetty Kerr will be the next hoslt i fOSSITAL Charles stringfellow. Vine Street .-!, ii.linitied lo the Vermillion Counly llospilal Tuesday as a med leal case. Mrs. Margaret Fenogllo of North vi, ,il. Kiceel. was admitted to the counly hospital Wednesday as a med ical case. Mrs. Sl'lla Bennett, Kockville, Mrs. May Abernaf hy, route one, Ocr-niiiiii,. Kenneiiv. .Montezuma, and Mrs. rout com l.uriuda liaison and twins of i- Iwn were dismissed from Ihe ly hospital Tuesday. ROBE T T A ' S I BFAUTY SHOP 187 North 7th St. i PHONFI IHf'W S PKRMANFVTS V GIVEN AT NIUHT mi ill IW-lr ' "- ' and out of his office. The 70-vear-old Averv, who has i iuaiom-n.uiuino, uu n. ,...uu0 emphatlcaliv Insisted "I'm running miles from the Austrian border, this place," arrived at the huge! In Czechoslovakia, Soviet troops building housing the administrative j were reported to be breaking into offices at 9:45 a. m. today. :,hfi outskirts of Lucerne six miles would "punish the wilful Injury, de- si i ui l lull, of property used or Intended for use In the preparation for or carrying on of war or national defense" 3 Superb VACUUM TUBE MODELS Scientific Fitting to Meet Tourinaiviauameea NEWLOWPRICES STARTING AT 7950 Complete, including custom ear -room or dqro receiver FREE DEMONSTRATION At Acousticon Better Hearing Clinic THURS.,JAN.4th From I to 3 I. M. CLINTON HOTEL Hero ii your chanco to coniult, eb-tolutely free, o trained and OKpo-rienced better hearing specialist. In announcing three superb vacuum tube models at new low price. Acousticon is making hearing aid history. Come in and prove to yourself how much your hearing of home and business conversation can be restored with the great now Future Acousticon. ACOUSTICON Virgil II. Collililh, Denier I'illiork Hold, 'IVitk lluulo a Coca-Cola It' iiafurjl l.M popular mmci ;i..jii-c iicnJlv abbrevm-Riat' r!iy you 1k U,.l K,.,,lhm Meet ' . 1, , ,irAr,h, niafiarf from his offices whfn the povern inent seized the properties last April went directly to htn office. Shortl' lli.rpaft(r Hip fnn-fliirht Ward C0( utiea began patherinp: in his office There was no Indication as to the purpose of the meeting. Meanwhile, a federal grand jury continued examination of Ward employes in connection with alienations certain Ward executives had violated tbe wur disiinles act or the general conspiracy laws by refusing to co operate with army officials. Chest Colds To Relieve Misery t jClfS Rub on Tested VVaPORUB Calloway-Keneipp Vows Heard Recently At Terre Haute n,Hr l'.iniilnviNl At WROW As Suiervlsor; Itrlile Is Forniei' Clinton Hotel Kiiiployo; Neivlyiveds lleside in i'linton Miss Adelia Rose Calloway. Clinton, became the bride of James Victor Keneipp of Lawrenceville, 111., at ceremonies performed December 23 at the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Galloway of North Center street, Terre Haute. The bride, given in marriage Dy her father, wore the traditional white satin wedding gown. She car ried a beautfiul bouquet of white Martha Washington roses. Attendants were Mary Katherlne and Eugene Ivan, sister and brother of the bride. Miss Calloway, bridesmaid, chose a pink gown and carried a bouquet of nink carnations and white as ters. Itev. R. C. Mowery, pastor of the Maple Avenue Christian church, offieiated. Following the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served to local and ont-or-town guests present. The bride attended Gerstmeyer Technical High School and was re-.iitiv honorably discharged from Ihe ii. S. Navy, Hunter's College, New York, wilh a rating of Seaman first class. She has been employed at the Clinton Hotel for the past several months. The groom is a supervisor In the accounting department at the Wab-nh Tfiver Ordnance Works. Following a short honeymoon, the couple returned to Clinton where they are making their home at the Clinton Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bertottl had the following persons as guests for the week end and New Year's Day: Mr. and Mrs. John Kuch, Jr. of Melrose Park, 111., Mrs. Ann Bertottl, Mrs. Katy Costa of Chicago, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Bertottl and children of Clinton. Mrs. Roy N. Cloyd of St. Slmo, Til. returned to her home Tuesday after spending the New Year's holl-d.iys wlih her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harrison of John street. Mr. and Mrs. 'Roy Cobble, Bloom-ingdnle. are the parents of a daughter horn at the Vermillion County Hospital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dalis Sheese, 1035 Anderson Street, are the parents of a daughter born at the county hospital Tuesday. The baby weighed six I pounds seven ounces and has been named Wanda Lee. Mrs. Sheese was formerly Miss Betty Scolt. Mr. and Mrs. James Lee Perry. Route one of Rockville, are the parents of a son born at the County Hospital Tuesday. The baby weighed eight pounds ten ounces and has hnon named Harry Andrew. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Spurgeon of Dana route one, are the parents of j a daughter born at tne county nos-pital Tuesday. The infant weighed ..I.. ninu mmCOQ unit lias seven j,i,u,,ub . been named Sandra Darleue. 1 bo So glad you're back... Have Tune in WEMR. Sunday, 2 p. m. We feature jALlWARK. Creeting Card, ... or offering a soldier the comforts of home HOME! No place like it. And nobody knows it better thin a 6ght-ing man back on furlough. Coca-Cola is one of the comforts of home that belongs in your family refrigerator. At the words Halt t Coke, refreshment joins the party. The good old American custom of the pome that nrcsbel is a happy symbol of our friendly home-ways. orritD und AUTHOiirr or the coca ccxa company y TEKKK HAT'TR rOTA-TOI.A HOTT1.ING rOMl'AXY "i

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