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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Page Three THE DAILY CLINT ON I AN Wednesday, January 10, 1945. Grub Injury Strawberries should not follow grass sod. Grub injury may be excessive unless tlie soil has been Cul Good Roughage With good roughage, considerably more than one-half of the nutrients be Northern, Southern Allied Forces Near required for milk production can ( Clinton Social Notes tivated for at least two imii furnished with nay ana snage in luiuumcu win. 6 I , . winter and with pasture in summer, i ceding ,rr0 ' ,t Junction in 'Bulge' (Continued Fmn Po 1) I .a of I.a Roche as American Infuntry and tanks, driving through a blls- zard, encountered a determinea force of German Tiger tanks naming a delayed action. The Germans protianiy win mue THE BABY SHOP Will Be Closed ALL DAY THURSDAY to permit a buying trip to St. Louis, Mo. Mother's Leisure Club Elects Officers Tuesday .Members of the Mothers Leisure Club met at the home of .Mrs. Joe Gregory for their regular meeting yesterday. During the meeting, Mrs. Kioyd (in Inn was elected as the new president, Mrs. Ruth llallnrk, treasurer and Mrs. Joe Gregory, reporter. Mystery pals were drnwn for the year rollowed by bunco games with Mrs. Hallock winning bunco; Mrs. Gulnn, high; Mrs. Mlnnett, low; and a final stand along m mi. v uonrroilnp.Huatoane ridge road giv ing those left within the pocket a last-minute opportunity to nni rrn,n n.a tmaltloni along the north ern and southern shoulders of the V Ardennes salient. As the battle for the Belgian sail-ant lrnwit npnrer 41 close It Is possi Installation Services Held At Pythian Sisters Meeting Installation services were li"ll Tuesday evening at the Pythian HI liters meeting. Mrs. Mary Lune nctrtl as tlie Installing officer with Mis. Cora Ruby, grand manager and Mrs. Clura Ollmour grand senior assist-lag. Officer! Installed were Mrs. Jennie Scullion, excellent seniors: Mrs. Mary Bellessa, excellent Junior; Mrs. Vera Robertson, manager; Mrs. Clara Gilmour, mistress of records and correspondence; Mrs. Ruby, finance; Mrs. Mary Lane, protecter; Mrs. Sophia Anderson, guard; Mrs. Robertson, grand representative, Mrs. Ruby, alternate and Mrs. Bellessa trustee for term of three years. Plans were made for a birthday party and hostesses for this parly will be those having birthdays In January. OellciouB refreshments were served following the meeting. DePoisters Entertain Guests At Dinner Party Tuesday ble now to reveal that Nazi Field Marshal Gerd Von Rundsteat nau ordered an "al-out effort to cut the Allied armies In continental Europe In two and chew them up separately possibly leisurely." nut the II. s. First Army threw up emergency stop gaps against the ad vancing Nazis where tney counieci most. Swift movement or all ine available power aSBng th northern flank of the salient to strategic spots robbed the Germans of the extra ilav needed to roar on through f Lady ,j f In Distress? V T Let Us Help You XXfV VX ' j With Your "Dry" Cleaning X ''V J Problem! d M , V: rHnsteads J A LITTLt ""' t : i Mrs. Paul Massa, guest. Refreshments ,were served and the next meeting will be with Mrs. Gulnn in two weeks. Uncle Arnold Davis of Geneva who is 91 years has been sick the past Beveral weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Evans, 1.103 South Seventh Street, are the parents of a son born Monday at the Vermillion County Hospital. The infant weighed four pounds 15 ounces and has been named John Daniel. The mother was formerly Miss Irene Judy. ' Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Simpson, Dana, are the parents of a son born at the Vermillion County- Hospital Saturday. The infant weighed sli pounds five ounces and has been named Leonard Wayne. ... Mr. and Mrs. Robert Groves, route three, are the parents of a son born l ; I I ' rf r f.:r-.. ; -j ' "V' & i i i Rev. and Mrs. L. P. DePoister en to their northern goal at Liege. 2 Miles from Headquarters tertained thirty guests, members of the Christian Church Board and In a series of "Hairoreaain nar- wiveB Tuesday evening nt a dinner ry" movements American armor ana party in the basement dining room of the church. infantry rushed from one gap to another to halt enemy movements. It in known now that the Germans at After a beautiful and Impressive one time were within two and one 0 CLINTON half miles of TJ. S. First Army headquarters and passed only 500 yards from one of the army's biggest gasoline dumps. The historic stand of the 101st Afrhnrne trnnns at Bastogne turned ORE l 3 ST THE DIAPER SHORTAGE has become so acute that Infants are up In arms over It. Some who are not up in arms, like Michele Richter, keep both feet on the ground and make an expose of the entire situation! Fourteen-month-old Michele holds a sign that puts her demands on record . . . forerunner of the expected visit to the capitol of the National Institute of Diaper services. The representatives will endeavor to organize a woman's block in Congress to combat the activities of an alleged "diaper bloc," which is said to be withholding the pin-up pants from the segment of the population which is without both taxation and representation. (Iateinttional) at the county hospital Monday. The infant weighed eight pounds and has been named Richard Lee. Pvt. and Mrs. Ralph Vernon, 1007 North Eighth Street, are the parents of a son born Monday at the county devotional service conducted by Rev. DePoister, C. M. Poor and Roy Butts, the evening was spent in contests, games and songs. In the contests, awards were presented to C. M. Poor, Dow Mitchell, Bob Barbee, James Shaw and Miss Marjorle Caldwell. Assisting Mrs. DePoister in the dining room were Mrs. J. L. Hayek, Mrs. Irene Scaggiarl, Mrs. Surah Dempster, Mrs. Janet Scott and Mrs. Charles Doughty. MrB. Ross, Mrs. McCracken, Mrs. Foster, Mrs. McNair and Mrs. Hiutt were In charge of the food preparation. Nineteen Members Attend Happy Hour Bunco Meeting MrB, Elizabeth Troskey was hostess for the members of the Happy Hour Bunco Club at the recreation ball In Universal Monday evening. During the business meeting Mrs. Thelma Groves was taken in as a new member. hospital. The baby weighed nine frustration into the paths of defeat for Hitler's three panzer armies pouring through the Ardennes bulge. As It was predicted last week the Belgian battle is doomed to be fought In wild snow storms, gray cold that freezes fingers to steel triggers and burns feet with frostbite and trench foot. Air support cannot becounted on during the winter storms and most artillery must once more fire blindly. So once again the outcome of the pounds 13 ounces and has been nam NEW SHIPMENT! JUST RECEIVED! CHENILLE BEDSPREADS White With Pastel Floral Designs Q QO 8i98 Better Quality SPREADS IN PASTEL SHADES ROSE GREEN PEACH BLUE gg Lovely Floral Design WHITE CHENILLE SPREADS Pastel Floral Design 5.98 ed Jimmy George. Mrs. Vernon was formerly Miss Madalyn Bibich. Pfc. and Mrs. Donald Sczenski, Live Cattle Put Under $18 Ceiling, Subsidies Ordered (Continued from page 1) 559 North Third Street, are the par Wednesday Women of the Moose meet at the hall on Blackman street for the reg-j ular meeting, 7:30 p. m. Crompton Hill Bunco Club, has been postponed until next week. ents of a daughter born at the county hospital Sunday. The Taby weigh battle Is up to the plain doughboy with a rifle. , Builder's ClasB or me Methodist Church, meet with Mr. Today's action, Vinson said, Is designed to prevent a slaughterer from paying more than one dollar above the maximums of the stabilization and Mrs. Ben Foncannon witn Mrs. Virgil Gross as assistant. Bunco was played with prizes go Top Radio Performers, Shows Named for 1944 NEW YORK, N. Y. "Information Please," and educational qtilzz show made famous mostly by Clifton Fnrilman. John Kieran and Franklin Past Noble Grands Club, uaaiei- LUNCHEON CLOTHS FRUIT DESIGN 52" x 52" Gay Colors To HrlKliten Your Meals! range for any cattle or calf. "Thta net inn should definitely re lows hall, regular meeting, 7:30 p.. m. Installation of officers. Mrs. No- ed eight pounds and has been named Donna Jean. The mother was formerly Miss Betty Jean Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Fern Bush of route three are the parents of a daughter horn at the county hospital Monday. The Infant weighed eight pounds two ounces and has been named Judith Ann. Mrs. Fern Williams, Montezuma, is the mother of a sou born at the county hospital Monday. The, baby weighed seven pounds two ounces and has been named John Martin. lieve the soueeze on those slaughter Wilson and Mrs. Orpha bmttn, ers who have been forced by mar installing officers. " 1 .49 ' " Christian Church Choir renear- 1.19 P. Adams, won top honors today as the nation's best radio program of' 1944, Radio Daily announced on the basis of its eighth annual survey In which 1,051 editors and writers ket conditions to pay more than the maximums ,p f t.h e , Stabilization range," Vinson declared. Protect Tattle Kelws ing to Mrs. Katie Guglielmettl, high; Mrs. Theresa Pilipovich, bunco; Mrs. Victoria Molle, low and Mrs. Miriam Shew, travel. Nineteen members attended the meeting and the next meeting will be held with Mrs. Mary Dellaca as hostess. . Mrs. Hazel Carty who has been sick at her home for the past four weeks Is slowly improving. Throw Vur Scrap Into toa Firhtl sal, Mrs. John Charles, weDeaer street, 7:30 p. m. All members urged to attend. 1.98 TABLE CLOIH bl.t o. xu He exolalned that the SI 8 ceil- Friendly Bunco meets witn Mrs. participated. I The anrne nrnprnm also stood head fnu was established until July 2 to Sybil Sperry, 7:30 p. m. and shoulders above its nearest com-' protect feeders who now have live Social Sisters Club, all aay meet stock on hand. netitor in the quiz group, the publi ing, Mrs. Ray Wright, center. OSPJTAL Mint feeders, he said, purchased cation reported. ( ThursOav Pocahontas Lodge, installation of Thrifty, Useful Sack Towels Bundle Of Six feeder-type cattle in anticipation of "feeding them up" to choice grade and receiving a price in excess of Film and radio star Bob Hope walked away with twin honors as j the favorite comedian and tlie fav- nrltA entertainer. .Tnek Bennv rank- 1 officers, 7; 30 p. m. Pot-luck Bupper, lodge will furnish sandwiches. 7", 8" and 9 Inch ZIPPERS Assorted Colors 7" Size 25c 8" and 9" Size 30c 17 rn Ho nninted out that Chica Ladies Auxiliary of one-Mair cen go market quotations for choice cat ed second as the best comedian and tury Club, clubrooms. 7:30 p. m. Bine Crosby was runnerup in the 1.00 ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP J87 North 7th St. PHONE 184-W PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT tle during the last six months ot 1944 averaged "somewhat higher" than 117.60. He said that It is now entertainer field. Crosby retained Young Peoples Class, unrisuau Church, Irene Scaggiarl, 939 Walnut his role as the nation's ton sineer ' street, 7:30 p. m. expected that these feeders will be of popular songs, polling the sur- vey'B largest Individual vote. On the j Regular meeting of Fairview r. able to sell all their cattle Detore July 2. T. A. at the school house, " :A0 p. distaff side, Dinah Shore won slmi- - Mrs. Mary Toth, 1303 North Eighth Street, was admitted to the Vermillion County Hospital Saturday as a medical case. Elmer Adkins, Dana, was admitted to the county hospital Monday as a medical case. Mrs. Ann Cooke, Montezuma, and Mrs. Pleana Hall and baby of route one were dismissed from the county hospital Monday. Mrs. Wayne Fortner, Hillfidale, Mrs. Vulia Calvetti, route three, Mrs. Zola Jones and baby, Broom-ingdale, and Mrs. Ajina West of route two were dismissed from the county hospital Tuesday. Vinson further emphasized that lar honors. .Tnnn Davis was voted the best 5-Pc. BEDROOM SCARF SET 0.98 &Q.98 Cream Colored Cotton Lace new Soahess Suds Mok 7 rimes mora suits than soap (takes in hard water the OES action does not establish live cattle ceiling prices by Individual grades except that no cattle can be bought or sold at prices higher than the ceiling. comedienne of 1944, and Fibber Mc-Gee and Molly were named the best comedy team. Favorite classical vocalists were John Charles Thomas NmiIs itiimtxrinftfMrl R. mora create quickly makes duties sparkle without wiping. Clean, protect fabrics Won't shrink woolens, won't dull and Lily Pons. Lowell Thomas and Bill Stern were named the best news and sports commentators. outors, woo l redden bands. 12 ox. (MHiMsr) 590 24 OX. (W wstmisfjl 9$t Chief Product rnkaMiA ia tho fu cf item of Turk m. special business meeting. Goldenrod Girl Scouts will meet at 4 p. m. at Hlllcrest Community Center: Acme Club, Mrs. Glen Bridgeman, South Third street, 7:30 p. m. B. & P. W. Club, 7:30 p. m., Miss Marynette White, 1245 South Main street. Bring a white elephant. Mother's Leisure Club, meet with Mrs. Joe Gregory, 7:30 p. m. January meeting of the WSCS of Methodist Church, 2:30 p. m. at the church. Devotions, Miss Zoe Sharp.- The program, "Behold I Have Set Before Thee an Open Door" will be presented by several members. Hostess Chairman, Mrs. D. O. Burgan. Modern Matrons, all day meeting, Mrs. Eaton Myers, hostess. Friday Rehekohi to meet for Initiation. FAMOUS HTONESWKAR! GUARANTEED A YEAH! COTTONJUPS Built-Up Shoulders Fule quality, long-wearing Bheer cotton slips with the Sizes OO - 0 . famous huilt-up shoultiets . . . iiru-t. r1 J Weal tor under your house White Only . 8, . wlde nem,, 8tUrdiiy sew seams and wide comfort- f able armholes! Takes to the tub like a duck and comes out J siuilinB! J Keep From Insects If you want soy beans for sprouting, store them in jars that are insect-tight, but not air-tight. Tin containers should have two or three small holes punched in the lid. ish goods shipped to the United Etates. Helium Uses Many new uses for helium have been developed in recent years and it is expected to play an important role in the nation's peacetime economy. Its use in the treatment of asthma, tuberculosis and other respiratory diseases, in eliminating or reducing caisson disease, in the operating room as a part of non-inflammable anesthetics and in welding magnesium meta! are generally known. Many other potential uses are being studied. MARIAN'S Beauty Shop 40 Hi. 9th Ht. All Mnes of Beauty Work Telephone 490 Two simple steps in Improving the WOKS P.. boosting VITALITY! Each member Is asked to bring two sandwiches. Outing t'lub, Mrs. Cecil Harrison South Third street, 2 p. m. .Que gran vida, amigos!...Have a Coke j . . tt-n nirci WAC Fare According to the Third WAC Training Center at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., about 4Vs pounds of food per day per WAC are prepared. Of this about 5 per cent is left as edible waste; and this S per cent does not mean only food scraps left on trays, but also includes leftovers. V W n A 1 A Lire, rVi-S I atef"! lilt VITAL t jcWiV OI0(STIVfJOI$I J 2-n.rsiSYur ht JlfiJ 1 1 RICH, RED VVU A At It Appears to Us. . . Ittwlers are Invited to con-U-lliil to this column, but ewli letter must be limited to !t0 womIh. No contribution will be published unless it Is signed, although writer's name will not be printed except by request. Opinions expressed are not necessarily those of The Clintonktn. Lemon JuiceRecipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly It tou tuffir Iron rtrtuoutle. artbnut or kuIW puo. try tl "' IWf1 ; tUn. UU It 1U out ot J.IO. 0d tM lulte ot 4 Innom It's " trouM in ml pmuuDt- You oeM only tolepooo-tulo two tlaioi day. Otun wltbln Ikmi omrtlBK overnlelit pJMuUd reoulu to otHnned It tue PU do Uj'lv lev iid It you do not tort brttw. return tM empty pack aod Ru-Ex will coot you notli-lu ti try ml K to old by your druturUt uoder .n -h-olute luoo-y-tMU guarnM Ru-Ei I 'JrC' HANKY BAITS RAKS BRAINERD, Minn. Mrs. Eckerly lost her hanky to a While standing beside a fish at Absarben on Bay lake, Mrs. Ray fish, pond ComixWDd 10 lor Mle Itd feoMuiitfmdrd by GUI!, pharmacy and dnic ttom rarywhw. Eck- eriv waved her hanky about ten THESE TWO STEPS may help you. So if you are subject to poor digestion or suspect deficient red-blood as the cause of your trouble, yet have no organic complication or focal infection, SSS Tonic may be just what you need. It is especially designed (1) to promote the flow of VITAL DIGESTIVE JUICES in the stomach and (2) to build-up BLOOD STRENGTH when deficient. These are two important results. Thus you get fresh v I 5 inches above the water. Up leaped a bass, who grabbed the hanky and devoured it. Indianapolis News. Sounds "fishy" anyway. Well, she Just didn't know her fish. Bass are a smart fish too smart to be caught by a handkerchief flirtation. Better try flirting with a sucker next time, many of those fellows have been landed with a much less effort than the waving of a handker H i vitality ... pep ... do your work better ... become ..in... m j i rn i r , r i.-r i ' CCC T. in i ho. hlrwH ...or being ambassadors of good will in Panama From Panama to Provident, Hat 0t is your American sailor's invitation to share fun or a song and refreshment. It's bis way of saying, RtUx, Ut't Ukt it tsif. And that's what it means when yon offer ice-cold Coca-Cola in your own home. Yes, Coca-Cola and the psmu tbst rtmba stand for friendliness with s good old American accent. sorriED un Dei authobty or rw coca-cola company sr TERIIE HADTE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY RUBBER STAMPS For Every Purpose 48-Hour Sen-ice THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Coke Coca-Cola to sv.(iuire fricmiiy Kbbfcvi. , uunaawau . a . j " - - ft " in 10 and 20 oz. sizes. S.S.S. Co. UUD STURDY HEALTH m4 Usp StaiWART StEADV STRONG ecc to m i r fobs buuj noiu. i h svny rwt I CoitvCoU called Coke chief, maybe just a closing, dreamy movement of a pair of eyelashes . Winfield Catlin f (Scissor editor) JatW 1 W It I Vt STURDY HEALTH

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