The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 11, 1945 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, January 11, 1945
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) I I'aRc Three THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Heat Ucihiclion, Dim-out Ortlered In Coal Slioiiauc Doamrwim persistent German nttempls to cut the Russian linos and go to the rescue of the encircled Hii-lapest force!! were ivpeiieu. In one day 1,200 Germans were killed and 27 tanks were tlesl i oyed. A Herman nighl alltck was turned buck when .Soviet gunners set ai-tucldiig -tanks afire W illi flares and Ho' a knocked out tin- m 11-illuminat-eri targets. Shipi of Ibe l;-'d Itaimer llallie fleet sank a innon-loii (iermun t It' u.-l-ol I ,---- l. .ALIUS P .3 Thursday Jolly F.ifhi. Cluh, meet with Mrs. David Lindsey id 1:W 1. m. Pocahontas Lodge, installation or officers, 7:;i0 p. m. Pnt-luek siiip-r. lodge will furnish sandwiches. Ladies Auxiliary of One-Hull'. Century Club, elnhroollis. 7::lfl i. ill. Young Peoples Class, CI ri--tian j Scai-pial i, H1!l V amut sireet. 7:Hfl p. in. Regular meeting of Fairview P. T. A. at the school house.' 7 : :'o p m. cpMcinl huslners meetiu:1. Acme Club. Mrs. f:l--.i I'.i idcenian . South Third sireet. 7:311 p. m fl. t- P. W. Club. 7:"(1 P. m., Mi s Mar;, n.-t I e White. 12tr, South Main Urine- n while elephant. " "Ntot'ier's r.eisnre Club, meet w il h ! ! i (Contin-ueil rroin pasa 1) flush gas and hydro-electric pre can be shown lo l,e a'-aihil-b- vi ' out drawing on tin- coal supp!.' 01 f ice of War 1 nlor.-iat io-l u rials iiule'-d1 il-'iy .'-'MM'bt -o e-1 mine wti- lle r liie at- ney's-oe.iil war bond udwrti:-in2- siLn.- ,;:ui ilar li'-hiii'i- proj.eis w. :e inele-ill this';: ny. iisti'tieti-ig all ;'oeru:iu nl btii ing sup-u-inteiid- uts to i.i;:in'a;n degree t '-iiiji' ra: m e and in-ltint- degree t-mp ra:uie and in--ltint" Battle for Budapest In Final Phase As Reds Close on Ci?v' (Continued From I'uye 2) 5(1 miles from Itratixlavti. cat.iial of the iuipel. Slovak Kl, ern Hi nt. Tiglilen !ltilHM"t liing In liui'tun-st, the . relentless advance of the Uus'ian f-ii'CCs ciilin-uod In iiglll-n Hi' ring of eheiid,-uient aioio'd. the defending C'Tinsn und Huni-'aiu'ii Iroeps. Hiiving thioui'li the (1-,.,. (,f the city in bitter lions- -lo-lenise l ighting, Red arnn lio-nia captured C-;e- pel, llie lnnu'arian eapitais large indust rial disiriet and occupied -2i Also cnptiireil vt re q-iamuies or aniniunil ion, 10 loeogiiuives. more I turn-oui-the liglils' r;tmpaisn. Byrnes specitieally urged home residents to I cut oft heaters when houses are nn-loerupu,! and ole.-rve He- maximum ii a-:ng li'Uit at olh'-r times. j (luiiieing lie- roiiservation order. V.ynes estimated that coal stock-j i ib s -in Apiil 1 will represent a 22- di supply, an -i .."nl-l.i.v .-upply he- hi,,- mil , .itnl alaib-bb- billlllli- ! ni: miners will number Still. noo in i!i;r.. as compared with l-''O in PHI ami l3.-,,iiiio in 194:1. FRIST FUNERAL HOME DAY OR NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE PHOMSI 106 a ! I,; llri, YOU'LL ilffii sjnaindrTnd mrjnsq uam tuopr. Aueiy -jumM! 9ui paso3 P'jit.m mi unu ;i-?m -uioJ3 jopun pupjttr ut pj3iudoOA -op jsoina.iS ji-iui pcu. faoi;s isrirlnj uosuof ung pue 'ojetjdsocuc; Xq ot psuojaj os aio.H pue ..suoijotu,, fu srouopuoT 1 UAvoujf aja s.woqs l-jddnd itmiuoo qigr sqi ut ong siaatsddnj pajjndg Consolldat. Fcbools Almojt a fourth of the one-teacher achoobj existing In 1W0 had di-appeared in 1940, and their purU were absorbed into the ever-increaa-Ing consolidated school districts. Mis. Joe Cregory. 7:30 P. m. 1 laclorb s. a. number of which were Modern Matrons, all day meeting, J producing small arms, rifle ammu-Mrs. Kuton MA-ers. hostess. 'niiion and oilier sueplies for enemy Friday ! forces. Rebekahs to meet for initiation. M f Knemy Store S 1 AGREE j ; ! jj M HOMEMADE J ! -; CS: Ijtj sfi-'SSV CHILI ( Is Good- ML i.jthtin Ino ranwav' truel.s and 40 tractors. H-'a y losses in men were a . a r- i B M C VSi- 'C-f' TOC'Mi I 3 do FALSE TEETH lf vv n- r oiR HOMEMADE PIES . j I . . . 1 aj ROCK, SIMM Of dllPf French f-Tles, sanumeiies, c I 2 Coffee, Ice Cream, Soft Drinks ? ! 1 I FASTEETH. ui improved powder to I S ? . t I infiirted on the enemy und 3 000 ol the enemy were tnlen nriponer. (A military correspondent for the (Jerniali Trynsorean a"ency. in a broadcast heard in London, said that fresh Russian troops were being continually thrown Into the battle of Budapest. He referred to the Soviet forces as "tremendously superior.") Reeiel Nazi Attacks Herman Transoeean a-'eucy. in cnntfnuallv thrown Into the battle oft held false teeth more flrmly in place,. ! CnFril OVlll I i tmmxM Do not elide. Blip or roclc. mo rummy, irrrJ UllleUla ; I ooey. paity U.te or feeling. FAS- 2 fcfci l I I TEETH le alkaline (non-acldl. Doeenot a TIRIVF1 IV 5 eCTl"- 1 1 J sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture UM S umZmmmmimmmmmmm j Guests Present Wednesday Evening At Taylor riome Mrs. John Taylor of South Main street had as her Wednesday evening guests Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Kmi'li -and Sft. and Mrs. Kngone Smith all of Fnrmersliiirg. Fct. and Mrs. Smith were united in marriage at ceremonies performed at Torre Haute Wednesday. Mrs. smHi. la the sister of Mrs. Taylor land is the former Miss Frieda .lohn- l son. I Tbo crocm l !,tim on a rto-rtnv-! fiirlnnt'h after serv'ng somewhere. In the ?ntitt Purine lie is the nephew I of Mr. end M-.. Jesse Smith of Fair- view Plttli. I I , pn,j Mrs Albert 'ieM'l. Mr. ' ciia--'e li. Mr. Mir. nick of i v.,v t;ohrn and Mrs. Russell Shew i nf 1 Jbrrt v' 'lb- j)cnf ves'erday with 1 Mr ard M'f Ceot-e V.'illhite. t ' i Mi", renrre wil'bite 1 attending i a iv -.ini'iev's rlvh wKh M-s. .les-;-!e t'ri-d a' S'ilyi'1" today. rUMTAL 1 I Fred W Michin. Mon'emma. wes admitted to the Vermill'on County Hospital Tuesday as a medical case. Madonna Rll"-. Marshall. Ind., has been sdm'td to the Vermillion Coun'y Hosnltal as a surgical case. She was edmitted Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Fortner, 510 Oak Street, was admitted to the county hospital Wednesday as a medical case. Mrs Evelyn Cobble and Daby, RIoomlnedale. Mrs. Maxine Ogle and baby, Hillsdale. Olen Sowers, Rock-ville, and Harry Runyan, North Eighth Street, were dismissed from the county hospital Wednesday. BIRTHS S 2c and Mrs. Doyne Inman, Universal, are the parents of daughter born at the Vermillion County Hospital Thursday. The infant weighed seven pounds 13 ouno es and has not been named. The baby's father Is stationed at Ft. Pierce, Florida. Summit Grove Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bildilll and : dam-'lilers of Torre Haute were Sun-! day dinner enosts of Mr. and 'Mrs. it'oUett Harrison and Mary Adeline. I liny Jenlts of Bono came Friday 1 evening to pnend a few weeks with Mr sister Mrs. M. a. Miller and Mr. .Miller. sir. anil Mrs. Arthur B'ohop. N'ew-I jioil were Similar evoninf callers at 'the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Kmoy Ttoti'-hrake. : Aliws M:i-:,irel ITesl-ett. who leach-; es in the rraib-s at Homer. 111.. sx-nt ll,e weels end v ith her arents. Mr. 1 and Mrs-. Frank Heskelt. Mr. ami M. Leoiiard Wheat and :ujii of HIieoanN-'ille siit'-H Moiiilay seWi Mr, and .Mr;:. Coilett Ihirris-on. j Mulch Garden IMulcrinii lias iriany adv-nntrifrs cultivation in tne sinaii-Iruit ; earden. Straw, hay. or leaves may be used. Apply suilicient mulch to iioVi t'uii-n ;iil weeds, and renew mLec'l as: n- e.ii.; KOB K 1.' TA'S KK AI T V SH OP 1!17 .Vortb Till St. ii JMIOM 181-W I'i:kvan'i;nts j J oivi:n AT KKiHT ' lursday, Jaiiiiiiry.11, 1915, ompton Hill PTA Discuss Founder's Day Meet Plans for i'mindcr's Jmy were nde at the ninplins of the Cro'iip-li Hill P. T. A. Tuesday fv-uii:R Hip school. Tlie teachers will bo charge or the tables and decorums. Mrs. Mary Hairs and Mr. An-i liodnar will serve on the rcfrcrtti-ont cinnmlilee. This uiee-iim will lie in the form a covered dish dinner wi'li end) icmber to In ins I heir own (able rvirp. FoHnwinj; Hie business nie.-liii2. 1 inslnielive talk was L-iveit bv Jlev. ny ('. Unlierir of lb" First presby- iriiin and Hill f're?' riiircic ilice. Hie snbjert for the rtimith vv Recreation" he talV'cd abort rowth of settlement honres. iv ork of the Ha--notts ar.d .Vine Ad-mis, end (he values of reerea'ion e read an original "neelnrafion of ccreationnl Independence." Pcilir-g his talk. Tier. I.lnbortr )-d the 'oup in recreation nrtivlti'-R in the rmnasium. Mrs. Kdith Hess was the chairman T the program with Mrs. Anna odnar and Mrs. Eleanor West a-Bting. m Three Past Noble Grands tfembers Are Iniated ; Three new members were Initla'ed Ito the Past Noble Grands Club at le combined Installation and inltla-on services held Wednesday "'-Ing at the I. O. O. F. hall. Mrs. Ce-,1 Anstead, Mrs. Maccodm and M"-s. onccannon are the three new mem-ers. Mrs. Nora Wilson, Mrs. Flo Reed nd Mrs. Orpha Smith were in eharrn ( the Installation services dnrlne Illicit time Mrs. Amy Ciinninp-hain (as installed as president; Mrs. leo Rlcanda, vice-president; Mrs. fara Gllmour, secretary; Mrs. Lela (oore. treasurer, Mrs. Mary Stew-rd, chaplain; Mrs. Flo Reed, musi-lan, and Mrs. Nora Charles, report-r. Mrs. Minnie Madison and Mrs. 'lo Reed will serve on the flower ommittee. Hostesses for the evening were frs. Ida Snow. Mrs. Dora Bennett nd Mrs. Cleo Ricauda. Contests were enjoyed during the venlng with prizes being won by Irs. Scott and Mrs. Reed. Delicious efreshments were served to the wenty-four members present. Fcb-pary 14 will be the next meeting Jght. Mrs. Ward Furringlon has return-d to her home after visiting with er sister. Mrs. lieallm Hoz.-iritL who 'as iwtnrntui in Hie. St. Anthony's fospital January in a serious con-ttion. She is slithliy improved. Mrs. Nora Wilson was installed as lost ewlb nt chief at the Pythirn Isters installation services lteld liesday evening. This nail-e was reidenlally omitted from Hie list libit; hi d yesterday. MARIAN'S Beruty Shop 4Mi N. tllll St. All 1,ine of Beantr V.'orl; Tel -jiiionp 4!'0 RUBBER STAMPS For Every Purpose 48-IIour Servire . THE DAILY CLINTCNSAN OnJv60 M bunion lit IttvII mm f .,1 EAPpr 1 vX ' A HEADLINE VALUE! Ml "V . A HADLiNE VALUE! Hi I Print Cloths I Crib Blankets I II 1 eh- w!vS i your favor;.. -J-r : , 'xU ' ' ! I ,;;sV;ic fruit and S c in popuhr ZM, .r .b ..i 1 -tifA m " " es:rus i-r S C.ct pinh blue .d wlme ; V'-lV-" 1-,, 8 r- vtS" 'ri- with c.r, S b-rdc. and f&? gET A p r" ' I tg tlilihcn encs. : 'f'- V?V ' :i i CANDY &4t , ;il j m,,r. 1 1 pnnq Chewing Gum ' KS.K ( eiliiis Price Ufl IU ; ' ! , Handbags I, well known Print Frocks Kaeh member Is asked 10 bring two I ea ndwiehes. Online null. Mrs. Cecil 11 a South Third street. 2 p. m. Tries-lav Clinton Township Home F.-ono-mirs Club, all day meeting at Hie home of Mrs. John Firown with Mrs. Charles cinder assisting. Roll call, "Quotation on Friendship." Two Babies Dedicated Pv PerrvRville O.E.S. Mra. Nellie Johnson of PerryBvtlle, mist (srand matron of the state ehnnter or the Order of the Eastern Stars, led in a special baby dedication ceremony at the Perrysville Chapter rooms last Saturday night. The babies dedicated were Georgia Uulh Fux. jr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fox, Jr. and Clifford Wayne Keller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard C. Keller. The fathers are both service men serving In the south Pacific theatre of war. Mrs. Johnson was assisted with the dedication ceremony by Mrs. Minnie For and Miss Ruth Fox. Miss Fox presided as worthy matron and her father. Homer Fox, as worthy patron, at the regular session. Mrs. I,eonne Clark of Cayuga. Grand Huth, was a special (rueBt. Refreshments of pink and white were served In the banquet room. !The two babies were presented with gifts following the ceremony. Hard Fighting In Store for Americans On Luzon: Stimson (Continued run. nn 1) drawal of pnpmy linrs in Burma, v-Vfre Britifh troopR Iihv rnplnrfd thp Iniporlnnt Ijhkp ftf Ayab. Ollt t'f Jlip S!ppl'K "Wlipn w1 lia' mflfl1 sure of thf l!bpr:iifin of T,ii7on. m-Jiicl. will not hr an paF.v 1nk." St inipnTi , rii'V'd-"v.'P f-'liull h:tvp flerinilPiv Pttt olT from Hip oil, rnlibor nnd nfn-oy ir;ifp nf the ploifn pmpirp in Iho Kr,l Trniirs. "WV pliiill hnvr rpptorofl tlipir lihprtv tn Hip P1ii!ipitio pnonlp. Y,:?-pw uill be ours from whir-h l.K' .laji-aiifp in Indf'-C'nnn. f'bina, Fnr'iifi-va and JupJ.n ils.-tr iv.y br ;i1t;"n r. V.Um tu INi-'itia-1 ".Tapun'fi pres'irr trouf;nfi!t Asi;i will iaf- I.ppn d'n!t n liii'ful hiw. t he. d. !'-;it vp pnffprprl from .l:t- )iaf Im.'ti wip''d niH !n tbp p;;?Tnilr-ih'p yn'OLTs; of our ti;l:i!l r ni rtrip. A!r".idv wn nm cprlnir nnp r-f t i u-r-ul' oT our artv:tnre on t'ip IMiil-iiP;rpK in i !iP w -ii I'drinva. of i ho f ticniv linpjt in Tinnr" Piiiiison pimhasi?(d tbnt. d'-pifo tlip p;i;f? nf 1 ho Inn din;: al Un rayon Gulf. hp .Tfiprtnpep n"w run heifer friiippnt?'!it their ut reru't h :fhd val- -t route v'hirh mnV;p 1h K'l'f a nut-tim avpnup for the attacker also blnB th defender move and concentrate bis troops swiftly, he said. romnurfnK the Jap position on Lnton with that of the American forces after Pear Harbor, gtlmson recalled that U. S. troora are operating at the end of a 6,000 mile supply line while the Japs are only 800 miles foin Formosa and 1600 miles from the main home inland of Japan. Growing Japanese resistance to WacArthur's elueeing invasion force which may force a decisive battle in the near future was openly predicted by military experts familiar with the terrain of Luzon and with Japanese tac teal patterns. Just bow soon this battle will come, they said, is unpredictable but they believe that an early phase of resistance may be going on now as advance Yank forces rush to the Ag-no River, a wide meandering stream which sweeps in a wide arc around the beachheads established by Mac- Arthur forces Tuesday. B'rer Fox Pays Morning Call on Newport Residents NEWPORT, Ind. It's nothing unusual when a wolf comes to town, but when a fox puts in his appearance, then, that s something to talk r. bout. It seems that is exactly what happened bright and Parly Wednesday niornine, heeause even thouph it was mwintr a little, his track? coutd he pluiuly seen in front of Art Uih-iii) wr ice station and down the side witlk on the main Mreet of ("W!!. The track? which can't be mi;ak- j I i Sec this liitt assortment of ceo- BUAXDS HkC? .,. i i nonmrl handbaes at Murphy',! UU IIVg. ou U want I" ct ws-er.1 of Beautiful n.w pou.h. underarm ' Pffy rr,n" hT; , .nd zipper stvksj-ou'll love... f . 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