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THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Five Friday, January 12, 1915. a l n d a n OHIO GOVERNOR TAKES OFFICE Clinton Social Notes f!f yiyy lions luii) French Intto-t'hlna lor the Himua and Singapore campaigns. ,11 was possihlii lhatj some of " tD'J"' ti'uepK were moved nidi the Philippines arier the attack on Pearl liar-he r. i M VI 1 I Newport Koiden Is , ToOpj n Drive For Carrier Planes Slice Deej) Into Japanese Holdings (Continued trora vv.it 1 1 TlOditor's Note: Although officiul detulls on the operation of Indo-Chlnu were lacking, observers he-lleved that task force uiillH ol Ailm. Wlllliim F. Halsey s Third Fleet, recently engaged In anna ill In iigaiiiHt it. 1 v , Women's Society Meets At Mptlindist Clmrch Parlors Tin' January m-etinB "f the Wn-,i n's Sneirty nf ( il r 't i ti - Sen i'-" held in tin- M.-iii'ii'l.-t Chun h t.irlnrs Tlmr-iday al'iiM-iienn. The meeilnK was opened with 'X prayer led by Miss Kva Hlnkesberr". (ho-Metlrlnir p'eslilenl Mrs. Hay Winds, lrif"in!iur i.rr'il'lli hail ehar"e nf the innnMnr. M'in 7,nt Kh.'irp iiHHlst-. . ! hv Mrs. Oefrr S'm'viv iml Mi-'S .- f i 1 i I- V hart cli-ir-r ef lie' l1vn. if.eial -rlej ; M PA , 'fi ! ru n Formosa anil the Hyuku IslamlH the north, had carried out the nils- aloii iigiiliiHl Ilia enemy.) liiteMept I.iiwmi Convoy Kxact targets or the niiviil airmen were not revealed, but It was believed Hint Imperial Japanese fieri mills or a l.ii7on-boutiil reinforcement convoy had been Intercepted by carrier task Torres on the alert for an offensive move by tho enemy navy, The brief communique announcing the historic operation follows: "Currier aircraft of the Pacific fleet are now attacking the enemy off the coast of French Indn-rUina between Saigon and Camranh Bay." r;xceneni tiariMir I Since the communique i that the scene of action was "off ' the coast." it was presumed that I shore installations were not under ! attack, although Camranh Bay Is one of the finest harbors on southern Asia, capable of accomodating ' a fleet of capital ships. Rich targets in the vicinity might nave oeen uiscovereu . Adni. .William C. naisey h iiuiu Fleet "'7(P,ft"P8, 500 miles of the South China c ast while others plastered enemy ship- ping and airdromes on Formosa. Taunt to .laiw 1I1HI Uliiieu nLniro mun i : are able to penetrate so far into the South China Sea is a tauntins lash for the Jap navy, charged as it is with keeping open Japan's so-called FRANK J. IAUSCHE, former Democratic mayor of Cleveland, has taken office as Ohio's 55th governor. Following ceremonies In Columbus, O., Lausche receives the well-wishes of Thomas A. Burke, right, who has succeeded Lausche as mayor of Cleveland. In center is Edward J. Hummel, secretary of state. (International Friflay Happy-C.o-Luckyy Bunco Club, Mrs. KniniR Simpson, South Sixth street, 7:30 p. m. Kebeknhs to meet for initiation. PlHi'h member is ankcd to bring two raiui !cb'S, I'ues'-ay CliiiicHt Townf hip 'Home Economics Club, all day meeting at the home nf Mr John Mrov n with Mm. Charles Cludr an: Istinc. Roll cull, "etiolation on Friendship." Jolly T0ip;ht CM)b Entertains At Lmdscy Home Thursday Mr P;u id Llndway was lionteHB Ttitirdiy uirlit for the .Jolly Right ( luii nt her home on South Seventh stret. :u?M'o wf nb-yrt at two tables ".ith M-q. Frnnk fireullch winning IiUtIj; 7.trs. IJnds.iy, bunco; Mrs. Tfifne? CuMnlnrhiup, low and Mrs. ttnvmnnd Tlininis, travel. peNe ions refreslinients were ser-' ved by the hostess and Mrs. Lindsay received the hi rt hday gift. The nevt meot.lng will be held In, two wni!(n with lrs. David Jenkins and Mrs. Thomas as hostesses. UOSPJTAL Mrs. Lelmina Wade of South Seventh Street was admitted to the Vermillion County Hospital Thurs-dsv as a medical case. Mrs. Alwilda Phillips was admitted to the county hospital Thursday as a medical case. Mrs. Phillips is from Hillsdale, Ind. Homer Black, Sycamore Street, was admitted to the county hospital as a medical case. Mrs. Fern Williams and baby, Monternma, and Mrs. Marion Pesavento and baby of South Main Street were dismissed from the County Hospital Thursday. Sgt. and Mrs. H. Milton Crooke, Newport, are the parents of a daitgh- j for bnrn nt the Vermillion County TTo.p!iil Thursdiv. The Infant ! tveihr.I seven r-ounrlri eight nances and has hern named Christina. j Mr. and Mr. Fern Jekins, Chris-, man. ill., are the pm-enis of n daitsh-ei horn al the Vermillion County: Hospilal Friday. The baby weighed five pounds elirbt nances and has' nut been named. Mrs .Tenkini was formerly Miss Catherine Porter Newport 15!";!) School Bond Suit's Ptiti'li.tsp Army Jeep NKWl'Hirr. ind. - - l.ie-al hi eh small daughter, Frances Carol. c.-.a -Harold Elson Conner, Seaman second class, a former resident of ; Minteztima, Is now stationed at Da-visville, R. 1. Before going into the N'avy he worked as a machinist for Fred Sims of Montezuma. He Is the son of.Faye Connor. His address is: ! Seaman second class Harold Elson Conner, Brks. Co. 5 NCTC, Da-vlsville, R. I. rr.s.A. Seaman first class Robert WaK Wakofe Club Members Plan Annual President's Ball Definite plana wcro iikh'p fm tl'i annual .'resident's Hall t the -1 ular Wakofo Chili Muf Im-M ! Monday ovpninir. Mrs. rinij I'.-sn- vento and Mrs. Jtolicct i is i y were 1 co-hostesspR for the noi-iiiitr The following meml'i wtiv sen to serve on the 1 - i ,ii ;m : nilttee: Mrs. Pnle .1: -'! My. CostPllo, Mrg. Kd T n !?..!", r Oostel'o, Mrs. Hnhfit Hin.- M rs. Dn n I'pHavent o. A Borlal hour n-.s nu,y,i Tf i the bi'sinss meetin?:. p!i v if i1 i --ed with high prlzps l-iii" ;iw;mli"l to Mrs. Henry Pn'nrr:-. Vjv .hick Scott and Mrs. Gn Or.u. Members attending ivm Vis. James Ashlev, Mrs M'Mni'e r.f;it-l-lo, Mrs. Dom CostoMo. Mrs C n Davis, Mrs. .lank Oilfov. Mrs. M:le Jared, Mrs. Edward riTW!". "fr. Henry Paloney. Mrs. Chr'r pt--ivn-to, Mr. Dan Pesavento. Mrs. Frml-Ralston. Mrs. Jack Scoff. Mrs. i.Vvv Shew, Miss Kathleen Titv'or. Vr. Robert Henry, and Mrs. Jolin Co!d-ner. Mrs. Nick Karanov.fh and Trs. Dale Jared will be hostesses for the January 22 meeting. World Wide Guild Class Of ! Baptist Church In Meeting j - Miss Wilhemene Nowllnu wax hos-tess for the World Wide Guild of1 the First Baptist Church at the, monthly meeting held Tuesday. ; The lesson was given by the entire Build and Patty Nolan was in charge of the devotions. Those attending were Mary Catherine Blanton, Patty Holler, Ruth Adams, Ruth Aun Dowdy, Norma Nolan, Patty Nolan, Mary Sue Tucker, Wilhemene Nowling, Grace Marilyn Cunningham, Dolores Craig. Betty (Iray. Edna Falls, and sponsor, Mrs. Crawl. After the meeting games were played and delicious refreshments were served. The next meeting will he held in February at the home of Mrs. Crawl. GO TO CHURCH 8T7NTMV MARIAN'S Beauty Shop 4on n. mil st. All Much of Meanly yrk Telephone 490 RUBBER STAMPS For Every Turpose e 48-Hour Service THE DAILY CLINTONiAN GAS AND OIL ruin- : lloii M ! ;i li t l j 1 ! j j I I 1 I I Sec r it;)' 'lH'iilt' t,r.., n(. d ? 1m nr Iwih) Maw. S. f U soriViy S' i liot'ttri' Thee An ' T!.e inri('M!'." f-'i-jf-d .- iv. Wood av! tin- fifiird U til' (ibiUv,: 'Ycsilijient'i V'!V .'- l. O IturPun. Mm. and Mr::. H.nn I'utl- f:i. ii llrMii ". v. lth h; y. r 1 room v. ii"ro i by Mr--, f'l'iit !:insiip t-ii Tl.ir'y-nnr neithfr- n te: meptinir ::iu f'-'rnary R 1 snl fttf tin- ix f mep'lntr d tbe befit Mrs. Madjre Price Guest At Friendly Bunco Club - K!ern n;eeil:''i.s and one Kt'el. Mrs. lladu" Price, nf 'lie Friendly Tlinieo Clnli mM at the heme nf Mts Pperry In FMrvfeu V.'ed nody pyentnrr Durln" fie hunlneefl i,T'-IIn;.r. it. was decided to donate 1 to the fn-fantlle Paralvsis Fund. Bunco wis played nt three tables with Mrs. Ofborne winnlnr-hiph: Mrs. Hssel Smith, bunco: Mr Sperrr. low and Mrs. Margaret Crowder, travel. The next meeting will be wlt'i Mrs. Margaret Crowder on South Third street. FonikWs Day Program Plainer At PTA Meeting The regular meeting of the Fair-view P. T. A. Was held in the school auditorium Thursday evening. During the buslneps meeting, it was decided to bey a piano and new I honks for the school library. Plans ! were also made for Founder's Day. Mrs. Ra. Munson Is chairman for the meetlnc. T?-'-ri,-rThijinit. vere prvrd fo-How-;iet lie- tin sin. meeiiurr. Eettv Graham Named Heart Of Universal School Club It 1 1 y ('!"; ii.i r.) v;is . cfd pn fi-i dt iii v. 'i in ' -j i j-of Itu i'Mivrsiil il'iijriot club iiijM l.-iKt niunMi ;ii 1 1h t'nivt'i'wiil S'"1kio1 Houc-. it wit's r- pol'ir-d tO'hl.V. Other offi.-.T? "bri'-d' ui tic nir-(-i in a wen- Afii.Tiur !;;u-y. vie -, pn PirVnt ; D.T'fk :M ;i w 11. s-.p'tary: Sarah .1 Irion n,: film i jelnh lie Wilds, treasure Kvh. lpolle-. ;:ih. i f PimiI s If tile ;:t a l'J 'i t;i( in' : i'iy. Alrn. a.'ll i wan eierr 1 pre- f:t'p -t;e-I.!ie l; :'enl ineclii: nnii holl, son of Mrs. Opal Walthall of ; life line to her stolen empire !n the ! Newnort, has returned to his basclqouth seas. at Straton Island, N. after fouri Prior to Japan's invasion or the months sea duty. Philippines, the Japanese hfph com- U.S.A. ! mand movd larce troop concentra- Have Your Dry-Cleaning Done "THE MODEL WAY" 323 S. MAIN :-: PHONE 13 536 S. FOURTH :-: PHONE 55 MODEL CLEANHS 1 Tihnrd Kfvnn. son of Mr. and ' Mrs. R. H. Nixon, spent Saturday Iv.h-.hf nnd part of Sunday with his :tit:i':ifp Yminf Nixon Is serving in I the r, Navy and Is stationed near i M'iPton, Mass. - IT.R.A. i F.ntfzrt John Thomas, husband of j ( Mrn. Vfrrrin-'f. Moore Thomas. I j ; sp tidii: n 15 day leavp with his j vv; in (hs ft,r. Ensirn Thomas. ' j h!j In ?',e ron of Mrs. N'na Thomas! ; r.f ' iif '' - n, ;i fort nr rp"Uot of this ' ' '-ity. "ii t TR-,-fil . Air Corp and Is ' -in!oi.d nt nnnfort. S. C. j - -U.S.A. 1 1 Word vas received by Mr. and j : Vrn. Frank Pykes from their sou,! Albert, who has been transferred to . UosweJl. M. He would like very much to hear from his friends, who mfjrht he stationed in that part of the country. His address is: Cpl. Al- j bert Sykps. fi433,Jti, UAAK, Sect. C, I i Kofewoii, N. M. The wiir-timc vWnnittK work W'K ili, , Will make yon hIik m w, Kl.VrST mjvirc in th town, . ' Service l i, iu uni-tinic irovvn" Tin, Paper Salvage NKW POIIT. frul. "At the pies-is ll great need III 1 11- I'll! lime then i dimtrii-H fur waste imper anil till rani In aid In the war effort." John C. Plcliell. saliuiie rhiilrmaii of Vermillion township, said this week as he uri'od eiery resident In Newport to roiipelate 111 the saving Of thesu tile mull rials. ' Paper and tin are considered the number one critically scarce article In the war. the high school principal explained, and added that If the boys across seas are giving their lives, the least we here on the home front can do is to help In the salvaging of muteilals lor the army. In ord' r to prepare a tin can for salvaging, first of all the paper must he taken off the sides, the ends cut r . . ., .....(.i,.,,! thoroughly and smashed flat. Pat riotic citizens are then asked to lake the cans to their local grocer or to tho Newport High School. "Due to the war, facilities for the collecting of such salvaged materials isn't what we would like lor it to be," Mr. Pickell said, "but IP everyone would do his or her part in bringing ,, , ,. ,. , ,,ii,.eM.i , f ...mi i., ,w,tl.. ii iiiii-iiii'i ri.l explained that in the ev.,t.,a,-side,it ( .oM a , ,.,',, ,lm ,viiy M e. ()iat th(, s(m,.nt Knuui take heui for li 1 in . ROBERTA'S BEAUTY. SHOP 137 North 7lh St. . . PHONE 184-W PERMANENT! ' C.IVEN AT NIGHT RADIATOR ALCOHOL DU FONT ZERONE SLOOpergal. U Window In Your Car 50C PPLY Phone 177 llll 1 .hms are very proud of t0 ),is i,aB(, at Alalhogordo, New this week and they have mpxC0 Tuesday alter spending a fur-oi in tin- norld to he. So . , ., , molllp, Pv. Mvers vr-ry I't'ii ';n- this tiKlenis have pur-iwaB 1 ' : Z mtmrn !jilH-I ?i.l. v oi-th cf defpnsr- ainnic and iionih which is eqniv-iaN nt in Mi i'ms! f f oiip T S. Army , A i;tiei(f-r si "i nr thi't th Newport 7! t'ii Sch or il had pun-Imsd y Jfp )H-s'iit"d to iie students, and similar on' was placed on the Peck's TexaseSts. thev bought. The sticker,?01 His &rr ": Pvt. Lewis C. JoilfB. 359(1G430, Come to US for oil and gas The qua'ity kind you CAN'T surpass, Our servic; too is SI to please, With products that you .iy with :ase. New SPAR Style NOT TO BE OUTDONE by civilians, the SPARS are now ready to blossom out in pert garrison caps for spring Elizabeth Hall of Rochester, N. Y., a member of the Coast Guard Wom -n'a re serve, models tne new ni?jef,cai in the photo above. U. S. Coast Guard photo. (International) NEWS OF NEWPORT MEN IN SERVICE Private Harold Myers, son of Mrs. Alice Myers of Newport, returned ca,k,d t0 xewport by the death of his sister, Mrs. Evelyn Cooke. U.S.A Private Lewis C. Jones has been transferred from Camp Atterbury to Camp Blandlng, Fla., for his basic training. He is a former resident of Quaker and graduated from New- A-201-(j, Camp Ulanding, Fla. U.S.A. S't. Milton C'rooko, liusband of Mrs. Marthia Harriet Crooke of Newport, was recently trannferred from Camp Campbell, Ky.. to Camp Atterbury, Ind. Hst. Crookr Bpont the weekend at liomp with his wif and FOUR-PIECE OUTFIT JkMjUAl ydt. is- hi A She'll be the best dressed little hat. 2 yds. 35-in.; hloiwj '.yd- '' in. In cotton or rayon. Send TWENTY IEXT9 in coins for this pattern to The Daily Clinton-ian, I'attern Dept.. 155 N. Jefferson St., Chicaco fcO, 111. Print plainly SIZE. NAME, AIlllKKSrS, riTlI.E Nl 'W.Kit. FIPTKEN CENTS more brings yon the Marian Martin Fall and Win-' ter I'attern Book full of smart, easy- j to-make stvles. A free pattern is printed rislit in the hook. j v , i'i t .,-atm i i ' , 9390 1, :. V n an i ctr w I M'Wimi: - t'.M-U'S fl I'Hov: 7:! :t H x AUTO TIRE PUMPS Large size $2.95 4 Way RIM WRENCHES Anycar$ 1.1 9 lef.p that n;;d hefn plaeed on the trophy case M:.' h!yh school assembly. Il in hoped by the students and he r.'if'iMy that whereever their jf.-p is K'-nt. that a Newport lad fM:hiiiiL' overseas will see it and know ilmt the folks at borne are barkintr hiii. Already the stndenls have started anntluT epmpalpn to buy a second jeep before the end of school in May. TODAY'S NEEDLEWORK bv Alice Brooks No frozen finRers. even if Bhe for- SEALED BEAM CHANGE OVER KITS As Low As S4i.!Bi3 PECK'S You'll Find Them TOMBAUGH'S 25c Men's Heavy ROCKFORD SOX Red Heel and Toe pair 20c Ladies' Cotton Hose Heavy, Durable, Pair 25c Ladies Rayon Hose 35c pr. Heavy Duty Iron Cords Lge. Size Ironing Board Lge. Size Ironing Board UhiK Fi ll 27 X M RUG RUNNER $1.79 Heavy RUGS RAG S2.45 CLOPAY BLINDS, On --mi .1 i n Heavy Uiotn minds, TEXACO IA.On..RKWW - 120 X. Main 'f TV) !p rue r A fPl i 120 no. Main St. STATION Every Dav At TO $1.00 STORE POWDERED For Cleaning I RUGS UPHOLSTERY CARPETS 98c value for 89c Cover Pad . . . 79c and 89c 59c 39c KNIFE and FORK SETS 12 Pc. With Rel Handles S1.50 Wall Paper Cleaner .10c Furniture Polish 19c Roller . .39c Si" rt 11 B noiier bite j wa :i in , t , gets that wool for West ; 111. land Bonk . . Complete Set DcfrOSt Fi!mS Protect Every SHOP SERVICE NATIONAL Ciannintel BATTERIES We Have Tlw Kifilit Tjie For Your ar $8.25 up her mittens she'll be sure to ' lady In her set. in this complete ont-carry her pretty "show-off" muff i fit. Pattern 9390: jumper (sundress, marches her darline hat. Ilateri. jacket. Mouse and hat! Flowers crocheted from bits of I J'auern SoOti conies in sizes 1, 2. brighten this quick-to-mube f .1, 4, ti, R, If. Size . jumper, jacket, BcTltcry Recharging Tire and Tube Vulcar.izirr:-Valve Re? eatinqr and Refaci.ts Brake Lining Service Brake Drums Resarfjtced Piston Pins Fitted ct r 4-V and M: i nn ririr.r-.i i r..i J s IB cuius TAATS AUl V. is pattern to The Daily Clin-lonian. Houliold Arts Dept., 564 Randolph Street. Chicnpo Km, Print plainly XAIK. AIiMUlSS PATTKKX XllfltK. Onr new 32-paire Needlework Is yours for Fifteen Cents more . 130 illustrations of designs for Visit This Store Often For Real Saving?! TOMBAUGH' 25C TO $1.00 STORE tt "Th- Place To Buy 300 S. Main mnrnmery, lioino decoration, tos, knitting, crochet, quitts. I

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