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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Fuo FIvp THE DAILY CLINTON I AN Wednesday, January 10, 1915. WIZARD OF PURDUE By Jack Sords Former Lj ford Resident Succumbs in South Bend Frank (Hoxiel Plcrson, Scnilh Head, former Lyford resilient, died at the home of his niolher, Mrs. Minnie Plcrson. Lyford, at 9 a. m. today following an illness of annul a month. Mr. Plerson, 41, had made his home in Lyford until recently when he moved lo Souih Rend where he was employed. Surviving are the mother, Mrs. Minnie Plerson, Lyford; four sisters, Mrs. llertha Craft, Lyford; Miss Lucy Plerson, Centenary; Mrs, Evu Dowser, Florence, Wis.; and Mrs. Mary Dllley, Ilulpltt, 111.; and two brothers, .lames of Lyford; and Ray of Phoenix, Ariz. The body was taken to the Frist .Soothe your -irritated eyes with Murine Murine brines soothing relief to Mi.t hfif on tirf A. hiirnimiOf 8 mart - intt. Just two drop in each eye ancl Mnrin start at once to soothe and frocti XI in-in rr-ifitain RCVCO lnCfC- dicnts . VVindusi V1 dicnts . . . is usod in tnnusanas oiw industries and brst-am Kits. oaie. .. Funeral Home pending completion of funeral arrangements. Paring Vegetables Use a newspaper when paring vegetables. The trimmings ccn ba wrapped up quickly and the tabletop left clean. showy" V'v0UK tnc "t Let bsines aril the THE DAILY CLINTONIAN "Vennlllion County's Home NuM-spaper" 32 or 33 L mim ! tuns j 1-1 , ljUM Wee's til Plea Made for Indiana Nurses to Enter Army, ryavv Lows oerviccs . r j- rt viii iv t en !; I ml Vnii wa ill (o weep when these boys are carried, or come stumbling Into (lie evacuation hospital. "Then you want to shout with joy when you see them leave greatly improved after a few days here." In those brier sentences, a lloosier nurse who landed with the Invasion troops In Normandy, makes a dramatic appeal for more nursing aid lo those brave boys who are falling, getting up again and charging forward against the enemy. Canlain Kathryn Helm, 128th Kva- cuallon Hospital, "somewhere Inside derniany," formerly lived in (Ireencastle, Ind. She is tiio sender of the above message. And like all olh-' er nurses in the military. Captain Helm knows the need for more nur-bcs to aid and comfort the wounded, and the dying in all theatres of war. ' The nursing profession has had an ( excellent record In the war. Thirty per cent of all nurBes have applied , lor the military. Many have been : decoraled, including five from Indiana. Hut greater sacrifices are necessary and more nurses are needed desperatedly needed. The Army has 40.000, but because of the unprecedented activity at European and Pacific fronts, the Army anxiously and hopefully appeals, for. an additional 10,000 at once! Graduate registered nurses, between 21 and 45 years of age, are eligible. They will be commissioned as second lieutenants and will receive an Initial uniform allowance of $250, as well as an allowance lor maintenance. They arc urged lo apulv for military service through American lied Cross offices in their own communities. j Until recently, Indiana lias been meeting Its quota In enlisting nur-j ses for the military. It was the first lag since Pearl Harbor. The nursing, profession is hopeful thai there now. will again be a stepping up in re- cruitinent. I 00 TO CIIITKCH SUNDAY Beware Coughs from common colds , That Hang On i Creomulsion relieves promptly be- I caure it goes rii4ht to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender inflamed bronchial mucous memuranes. r eu your uvu:ii;ipi; to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding: you must like the way -it quickly allays the cousih or --"l are to have vour money buck. 9 CREOMULSION l or Coi'ehs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis I Wildcats Whip Attica Ramblers In 38-32 Fray Second Quarter Scoring Spree Swings Game For Cats; Attica Last-Period Drive for Score Halted A second fuurt?r Hcnring Hiiree and u I'aHt-movliiK pukkIiik attack gave the Clinton Wflrirals the bt'm- flt of a 38-32 defeat of the Attiia Red Ramblers last night In the Cats' sixth win of the season. Although the name showed plenty of good playing and outstanding follow through and defensive work on both sides, the contest got a little rugged in the.; last' quarter with Smith of Clinton and Welgle of Attica being yanked out of the game by their respective coaches after an extra-curricular encounter on the floor. Tied Hi Quarter Attica took an early lead, start ing off with a fast-breaking style of play but were soon tied by the t'ats. The first quarter ended with a nine-all tie as Dickey scored un a tip-in shot for the Ramblers. Hcture J8 Points , Clinton leaped out in front in tile Becond quarter with Watson pacing the Cat advance of IS points. Welgle kept Attica in tin; game with two field goals to end the half on a 27 to 11 scorn. Tho third quarter was slow with neither team able to find the bas ket for any appreciable gains. Some good under Ihe basket playing Blond out In the third quarter with Attica's long and lanky Jerry Stuteville turning 'in a good performance In that department. Fourth Quarter tlot Attica began n determined drive in the last period nearly catching up witli the Cats. Picking up almost too much speed for Hie good of the game, the fourth quarter saw both teams tense and driving hard. At the mid-quarter mark the score was Clinton 34 Attica 2S with two Swift free throws putting the Attlcans within four points of the Cats. With the game getting tight, Smith scored a tree throw while Stuteville scored a bucket for Attica to put the Ramblers In their most threatening position. Watson Waves (luwu Watson, saved the game for Cats when he virtually recovered un Attica fumble in the middle of the floor to put the Cats back In their own end of tho floor. With seconds Jo go the temper of the teams' started fraying, at the. edges. The expulsion of the Clinton and Attica players calmed the boys down and the game ended with little more bad feeling as Clinton's MAN LIKE SWOLLEN BALLOON DUE TO GAS A local man said he used to feel like a swollen balloon after meals. He would bloat full of gas and spit up acidulous liquids. Was terribly constipated. This man is one of Ihe hundreds who now praise liKIi-HEL1'. He took this medicine and now eats anything without gas or bloating and bowels are regular. KHU-HKU1 contains 12 Creat Herbs; so don't go on suffering! !et this new medicine Willie's (Kex-ali) Pharmacy. WAUTE CARRIER BOYS! For Routes in Town BOWLING RESULTS wisFiiAitr i, n.ua n r A'l'l-'K I A I. Ziiiidera 110.! s. 1U4, i:io 4iu; iiatiieiu, its, un,: i;js 477; Hollingsworth, 1 ."i.'i 147 . 4 r ! ; I'itienger, 1 7 1 . ItH.j i;j;j 41,7; Hild, la.i, i oa, i.-i 114; handicap. 208. 2US, '2(181124. Totals, !l!12, 10(111, KS;l 2881. (iKAI'KTTK Crowley. 211. 157. 148 42ii; llusslng. 1111. 1411, 137 3H3; tjulnn, 127. 111). 1 41 -387; Scott. 108, 111. 180 4112; Colombo, 101, U4. HI 4r'; handicap, 22H, 220. 2211 678. Totals, (113, iiiil! H73 2802. HEX A Lb Remind, 107, 2e3, 1st 551; Itoyd, 14(1. 140, 14(1 438; While, 91, 110, 125 -Main. 1 08, 100, 151 485; 332; Klrk- man, 158, 191, 158 - 607 can. 103. 103. 103 489. handi- Totals, 893. 983, 1)24 2802. Sleveusoli Welker. 1 29. 152. ir,r, 4:ii; Rogers,. 117, 148, 150 4 15; Foramina, 1 37. 170, 157 404; lugmu, 121. 127, 121 -369; Remler. 1 2(1. 138. 1 20 390; handicap. 229, 2311, 239 - 717. Totals, 899, 07 I. 943 2S21. MOIUJAN (UtOCKKY Swick, 148, 180, 189 523; Cox, 115, 128, 176 419; Rhoads, 122. 132, 179 433; (iarrlgus, 135, 108, 139 3.S2; Hickman, 159, 138, 140437; handicap, 204, 204, 204 612. Totals, 883, 890, 10272800. PISPSI COLA Hays, 195, 180. KM) 665; Chuck, 140, 94, 170 404; Chidottl, 158, 201, 137496; Hageinan, 147. 147, 147 441; Maloney, 213, 176, 224 013; han dicap, 148, MS. 148 444 1(1(11, 940, 1010 2903. Totals, MODEL CLEANERS Cilfoy, 105, 1 04, 175 494; Fenoglio, 182. 194, 109 545; liriilgeman, 104, 142, 133 379; Molt. 114, 142. 147' 403; Evltt, 135, 107, 139 441: handicap, 212, 212, 212 630. Totals, 902, 1021. 975 2898. FRISTS Cloyd, 165. 142. 175 482; Turoci, 133, 135, 185 453; Foster, 130, 130. 135 401; op-nv. 140. 1 78. 177 495; Lainmey, 150, 1 50, 1 50 450; lllllldicnl 149, 149 -- 4 17. Totals, 807 971 2728. 149. S90, Three Indiiuia College Cane Squads I'lav Toniglit INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. Three Indiana college haskelhall contests are scheduled tonight. They are Notre Dame at Iowa Pre-fliglit. Valparaiso at Indiana State and Central Normal at lOvansvllle. Indiana University scored its seventh victory in 10 starts by downing DePauw at (ireencasde, 58 to 3S. and Under came from behind to defeat Wabash, 45 to 37, at Indianapolis in lust night's coatestB. GIVF WU AN ) - sPT : I HIT I .! MINIMUM AGE 10 YEARS Ward isl 4is l&i S6ASoa) op Watson and James sank, two more field goals to end (he match at 38-32. Meet 'laMlimliivilli- lYitluy Clinton's next home game will be Friday night when they meet the Crawlordsville Athenians. Some hard drills are In slore for the Clinton players to smooth down their plays in order to cope with the Crawfords-ville crew and the upcoming Wabash Valley Preliminaries, which are set to go next week. In the curtain raiser last night, the Clinton Kittens, who are getting in trim for the H-team tourney at Terre Haute Saturday, took the Attica D's lor a 27-15 win. Summary: CLINTON (38) F(! FT PF Hungerlord, f 2 12 1). Reinerio, f 0 0 0 James, f 4- 0 1 Foster, c 3 12 Watson, g 1 1 3 Smith, g . - 2 1 Totals 17 4 10 ATTICA (32) FC, FT PF Dickey 2 0 1 Otlinger . 12 3 Stuteville 4 I) 1 Murkhart 1 1 1 McKinney 0 (I 0 Swift 1 3 3 Weigle i 0 4 Tolnls 13 0 13 Officials: referee: Harris; umpire, Willis. Like Warmth Soybeans like warm soil while sprouting and warm weather when growing. They require at least 100 days of warm growing weather. Or Apply To: WILLIAM F. BLACKBURN Circulation Manager -"11 II lilllil 1 1 Tl ' i I-TIMM lSiaFL L FRAULEIN- W DUNN.' ONE OF OLD ) I fiij'f THERE'S SOMEONE 1 I"""' ; .n'li3 i&M$815$ &&r fjs, Wmjum yypf (lis BbiieeMAKfee?; W6iAfel 23CBlfrTfevl AJO US Oil.y A tes PAST" 27 iZKKS INDIANA HIGH HI IIOOL IIASKUTB.U.J, ff(Uli;S ty Interutttlonel News Service., Horace Mann of (lary 29, Hammond 23. St. .Mary's of Anderson 4 1, JIM-dletown 2. Mitchell 30, Orleans 23. Shortridge of Indianapolis 34, Cathedral of Indianapolis 19. Covington 49, Cayuga 2:1. Monrovia 20, tlosport 22. 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