Princeton Daily Clarion from Princeton, Indiana on July 9, 1943 · 6
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Princeton Daily Clarion from Princeton, Indiana · 6

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f PRINCETON, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1913 SIX Forsytl le-uait Grove FORSYTHE W. S. C. S. Rob-for- BIRTI1 ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Wi Ilium A. inson of Lawrenceville, 11!., merly of Oakland City, announce the birth of an 8' i -pound son, William Arthur, on Tuesday, June 29. The mother was formerly Miss Alice Onyett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Onyett. Bridal Shower Mrs. Marvin Smith entertained a group of relatives and friends Friday evening with a miscellaneous shower in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ledbctter, newlyweds. They received a nice collection of gifts. Dainty refreshments were served. Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Williams had as Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miley and family and Miss Imadean Ilollon, all of Petersburg. Wrist Is Broken Mrs. Bert Steele suffered a broken right wrist when she step ped down a bank and placed her hand against an automobile. The fracture was reduced by a Princeton physician. Personals Misses Helen and Anna Mac Stucy of Indianapolis spent the holiday week-end with their mother, Mrs. Aetna Wade, and family Mr. and Mrs. Basil Luff of Florence, Ala., have been visiting her mother, Mrs. Lula Alder-son, and other relatives here and at Winslow. Mrs. Homer W. Heathman was a Wednesday afternoon Evansville visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cox of Indianapolis spent the week-end here with relatives. Charles w imams oi Kingman, Kans., and formerly of the Forsythe community, has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Warrick Yeager, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Steele and family of Mendota, 111., are visiting relatives here. Miss Claridean Meadows of Indianapolis spent the holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norvin Meadows. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Steele of Indian-! anolis SDent the Fourth with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Steele. 'Sky Train" Crosses Atlantic With Freight FILM IMH'KTKY OIVI'S $1(12.187 HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (UP) The final icport of the appeal of the lilm industry to its own people for Red Cross donations shows a total of $462,187.07 from 20,737 contributors. James Cagney acted as bookkeeper and accountant, crediting 43 separate accounts, including guilds, unions, era Us and occupational groups, as well as the : tudios ;hemselves. SOLDIERS OOST SINGER PASADENA, Calif. (UP) Miss E'Lane McCaffrey, a Pasadena finger, credits her flight to Broadway to the Soldiers Band at ihe Huntington Hotel. She had been featuring songs with the hand which the soldier musicians arranged for her, when one day the soldier piuni.st told her that if she could be in Los Angeles in 30 minutes she would have an audition with Benny Goodman. She made it, and in another 30 minutes had been signed up by Goodman to sing with his band at their opening at Hotel Astor, New York. t " AW -fS TAUGHT IAP AIR GENERALS SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UP) There is one thing in the life of Maj. John W. McClaskey, 66, U.S.M.C., retired, that he would like to forget. This is that 31 years ago he helped lay the foundation of Japan's present aviation strength. He was instructor to six young Japanese who came here in 1912 to train as pilots. All are now generals in the Japanese aviation service and his best pupil, Gen. C. Yamada, is believed to be at the-hcad of the Japanese aviation. SEND "OVERTURE" BY FILM HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (UP) In the present nation-wide effort to show the Russians how much the Americans admire them, Leopold Stokowski's 100-piece orchestra thinks it did a neat trick. For the occasion of Southern California's observance of "Tribute to day Stokowski had a copy of the "Russian Overture," written recently by the noted Russian eompoBCT Prokofieff, sent over on microphone film and it was given its American premiere on a program composed entirely of famous Russian compositions. WORKS OUT THEFT END1COTT, N. Y. (UP) A job whs waiting for a 17-year-oid youth when he got out of jail working for the man .whose rtore he helped burglarize four months before. The youth will make restitution to the amount of $333.50 from his weekly pay check. Sits -fy" Af 4K A La i j4 jVT (International Soundphoto) Just after the takeoff at the freight-ladvn glider British Isles in 2H hours. aircraft and motor parts Montreal, an RAF Uuunlas- C-47 transport plane is pictured above towing with which it made an historic crossing of the North Atlantic to the The cargo carried by the ulider included vaccines for Russia and radio, Successful (light of the "sky -train" wns believed to signny expansion of this form of transportation of kii ue cargoes of war supplies. Patoka CIVIC CLUB BIRTHDAY DINNER Mrs. Eva Wliite entertained rel- Francisco MISS PERN BROADWELL Correspondent HAVE PICNIC Mrs. Maxine Stormont, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Mer-ritt Schlamp, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bob Wallace and Dude Ayers, all of this place and Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Peavler, of Princeton, enjoyed a picnic and swimming party at Lake Lawrence, Sunday. Class To Meet The Philathea class of the General Bantist church will meet at the home of Mrs. lVJammie Rein-hart, Wednesday evening, July 14, at 8 o'clock. Rebekahs To Meet The Star of Hope Rebekah lodge will meet Tuesday night, July 13, at 8 o'clock at the hall. Mrs. Evelyn Richardson, district deputy president, District No. 10, and staff will install the new officers. Each member is requested to attend and bring a covered dish.- A short program will follow lodge. Everyone welcome. Visits Parents Miss Mary Lou Hyslop, in nurse's training at Indianapolis, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hyslop and daughter Phillis. Class Meeting Held The Evangela class of the Methodist church met at the home of Miss Nellie Wallace, on Wednesday night for their regular monthly meeting, with a covered dish supper. The husbands of the members were guests. The meeting was in charge of the president, Mrs. Emma Grob.en. The meeting opened by all singing "America." Miss Wallace had charge of the devotions and read the fourth chapter of Philippians. Mrs. Hat-tie Young led in prayer. There were present 13 members and six visitors, of which two, Mrs. Amelia Bailey and Mrs. Betty Carrieo became members. Miss Wallace was assisted by Mrs. Lora Taylor and Mrs. Ada Wallace. The August meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Nora Wilher-spoon. ntives with a dinner. Sunday, in honor of hor birthday. Those present were Mrs. Etta Bryant. Mr. and Mrs. Lee White, Mr. and Mrs. I Elza White and sons, Bob and Kenneth and daughter, Margaret. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bryant and sons, Tommy and Ludley; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bryant, son Muriel, and Jennetta, of Patoka: Mrs. Homer Robb and son, Walter, and Lena Mildred of Hazleton. The honor guest received many gifts. Guest in Home Miss Mary K. Boyd, of St. Petersburg, Fla., is the summer guest of Mrs. Ethel Dutton, north of Pa-loka. W. S. C. S. Meets The W. S. C. S. met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Carrie Williams, with a covered dish dinner served to 35 at the noon hour. The afternoon meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. Gladys Bryant, and included Praise for Christian Reading by Mrs. Bryant; a paper, on "Sarah" by Mrs. Gilpatrick; a reading, "Three Hours" by Ber-nice Chappclle, and Book Review written by Dr. W. Rycroft and given by Mrs. Staser. Personais Mrs. Roy Field, of Princeton, spent Monday evening with her sister, Mrs. Alvin Staser. Misses Mary and Nancy Dutton, of Bloomington, are visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. John MeCann and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stroud, of Cincinnati, O., have returned to their home after visiting relatives here and at Oakland City. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Morrison and children, of Princeton, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slinker, and P. F. C. Murrelll Slinker and wife, of Camp McCain, Miss. Mrs. Nell Lou Robertson and Miss Lillian Hyrieman were Evansville visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Manning and sons, Dannie and Charles, of Hazleton, wore the week-end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Hyrieman and family. Mr. and Mrs. John McCann silent Sunday at Bloomington with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dutton and family. Mrs. Roy Smith spent Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs. Ike Wilson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Kes.singer. of Detroit, have arrived here on m-count of the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. Betty Field. Mr. and Mrs. William C'uzznrt and family, of Griffin, Mr. ;md Mrs. Ellis Johnson and family were Sunday dinner guests of their parents, Mr. and 1 Mrs. Ted Heck. Miss Pat Mil-burn, taking nurse's training at Indianapolis and Dr. Resnor, of Swayzee, Ind., spent the weekend 'with Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mil-burn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wollcr and sons, Nip and Tuck, were week-end guests of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Arthur. Mrs. Margretta Hass and children, of Tone Haute, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Witherspoon.-Mr. and Mrs. Wihner Jones and daughter, of Evansville, spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Clara Jones. Mrs. Eva White mid daughter, Miss Barbara, were visitors in Princeton, Tuesday. Oakland City RUTH CLOIN Correspondent PERSONALS Mrs. John McKillop and children of Marion. O., arc visiting relatives in Boonville. Mrs. William Hunt, Mrs. Everet Hunt and daughter Yvonne spent Sunday at Hazleton. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lemkc of Flat Rock, III., were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Addison Todd and Mr. and Mrs. Union Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Ilightower wcrc in Francisco Sunday to at- the funeral services of Eliza-Ann Arbulhnot. Mr. and Kenneth Wiggs and sons, and Russell, have returned a visit with relatives at Pig-Ark. Mrs. Edith Lamb is relatives at Elkhart and tend beth Mrs. Gary from gott. visitin Anderson, Ind. Somerville MRS. BETHEL, FROST (Correspondent) ROOM AND BOARD THE COLOMEL.ROB.rJ, AND I ARE GOiMG TO TAKE OLR VACaTiOnS ''TOGETHER.---and 1 TOJ CAN COME ALOMG, IF MRS. PUFFLE I W.LL LET YOJ j OFF THE LEASH f By Gene Ahem I ( 5.A1 1 - i m T NG HGUR something Different Th;s year, AUD IT Nfc'O'j'T rnr.T A'.CRE Thai J ) P.ECF.' ifHE f5 IS C FOR BUS FARE J 5?--sounds y L'KZ YC'U E ALL J GO r.G TO ;,P-.D y- YO-JR vacat:0:-5 ( ti ON A SCENIC '. R A L'.-.'AY, X ' OR. EUY A f' ( COURSE OF ) V .TPAVEL. .-r; but ill 3 m C III R( II SERVICES Somerville Pilgrim Holiness church services July 11: All day services at chinch and basket dinner at school building at noon. Mortgage burning ceremony in afternoon. Special music. Everybody welcome. liev. Bonnie Brad-field, pastor. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lecncq and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Karl Strickland and family at Macke.v. Michael Georges of near Ft. Uianch visited his grandson. Roy Georges, and family Sunday afternoon. Miss Marie Calhey of Detroit, spent Sunday evening with her sister, Mrs. Frank Lecocq, and family Mrs. Emma Ashby and son, Jackie, have gone to Denver, Colo., to spend a few weeks with her son, Elvis, and family. Miss Delima Lecocq accompanied her aunt, Mrs. Marie Catlvy. to Petersburg and visited relatives Monday and Tuesday. Floyd Ashby suffered severe burns on his left hand while working in the mine. He was taken to the doctor for treat- I ment. Mrs. Dorothy Bodkins and daughter, Sharon Sue. visited Mrs. Alary ueorges ana daughters, Beltc Jo and Charlcne Sue, Wednesday evening. TRAIN I?Y ski;et shooting SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UP) Skeet shooting, popular peacetime sport of wealthy men, now is a method of training Marine gunners. Firing a 12-Kauge shotgun. Marine marksnun try to shatter a clay disc a-! it flies through ihe air at about (it) miles an hour. The sport teaches them the important I principles oi leading and liming when aiming at enemy planes. SeiilpllU'e CoiiinlHeMl At Lincoln Mcmoriiil Sculpture work on the five pictorial panels at the Commemorative Building at the Nancy Hanks Lincoln Memorial has been completed but dedication of the structure will be delayed until after the war, it was announced today by Hugh A. Barnhart, director of the Department of Conservation. The panels-, cut in dcmi-relief on huge slabs of Indiana 'imestone, depict five periods in the life of Abraham Lincoln; his childhood in Kentucky, growth to manhood in Indiana; entrance into public life in Illinois: service as President of the United States; and, as a guiding inspiration for the nation since his assassination and death. The panels are the work of E. H. Daniels, prominent Hoosier sculptor. Final inspection of the sculpture was made last week by a committee headed by Governor Schrick-cr, which has been in charge of this work and includes representatives of the Indiana Lincoln Union and the Department of Conservation. Despite wartime restrictions on travel the Memorial area, encompassing the grave of Nancy Hanks Lincoln and the site of the cabin in which the Lincoln family spent its fourteen years in Indiana, is attracting scores of visitors. , Henry By Cat! Anderson , I II QmmVJ IKS ISAffOn f 4lyYV rYylWY'VYYi Vt42;YVVTW Y'V ?' - - V """" ." ., i. !, i v .'' . i ' ' ' " Blondie Stampede At The Bunistead Ranch! By Chic Young fegg ,A II Ki1 i "11 1 i I M "f11.! ( COME FOR ) Or I ; I THE1 COME , SUPPER J r : I, i 1 l RIGMTAWAV YYI iMtm;mmm mwmmmmm ymimm- Cow IW, Kin, Trmttt yfW In, . ff(Ha fif" fwmfJ I I J fl 1 : ' . 'I I t ) y m I - , . i.il Lii Abner Weep No More, My Lady By AlJapp uiiu'T IPunuroMIVO' 1 KIO-gUT I'M A BCAUriPUL " I I SQ I FIGURED THAT Wo' &AIB IT. 4 1AD SO. WHILE THE. fiUNrD YOHUrtS I A(SOB.') J m ADOPTED LI'L ABNER? 1 WOMAN WITH A BOY-FRIEND IF I ADOPTCD A MA'M.'-BUT HANDER HAILV HOMEWAPD ORPHIN VO' HAIN'T NO MARRlEO ABROAD TT-ALL. MV bANCE BOV AS MY SON - HE IS NOW A LI'L GAL WEEPS- NO MO'.'.' tMl WOOMINWIFNO PARTNERS WOULD FALL IN LOVE THINGS WOULD BE BACK IN HIS AH HAS A .HUSBIN.r.r J I WITH ME AND TRV TO ROMANCE MORE. PLATONIC !T I OWN MAMMY'S S-SO WHUT EF HE IS A-COHIN' W PAPPY T' t . rS V MEf NATURALLY, THAT MADE MY YOUR LI'L. ABNER ( ARMS.'.' HOME-NO MATTER HOW NEAR igy PERTECT !?22t 1 V LIFE WAS AN IDEAU " HE ISTME-HE. IS , wmxmm ji Little Annie Roonie A Lift To Her Morale! By Brandon Walsh Rotenone Sulphur Dust COOPER DRUGS Sell Your Scrap to Shorten The War I Answer to yesterday's puzzle. Notes Of Colored People The Soldier Quartet of George Field, 111., gave several numbers on the fellowship program Sunday which was the 4th of July. Mrs. Alice Frye and daughter, Margaret May, of Vincennes came Saturday for a visit with grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frye. Margaret May remained lor a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Madison received recorded message from their son, Pvt. William Madison, of Ft. Custer, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. James Harrington, Mrs. Mattie Gains and Chester Hayes spent the week-end in Louisville, Ky. The Topaz club held an interesting meeting with Mrs. Thomas Frye. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Richard Madison; The Indiana State Federation Colored Women's club will meet in Gary, Ind., the 13th and 14th of July. Mrs. Lena Harris is president. The slogan: "Work, Wait, Win." Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Officer and daughter, Inlla, of Chicago, are visiting his father, George Of-liccr, this week. Miss Linnie Mae Nelson of St. Louis, Mo., was the guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Nelson. Mrs. Nelson and Miss Nancy Tucker visited George Field the 4th of July. Cpl. Noah Nelson of George Field was promoted to sergeant. Anyone who wants to send in news please call 294-L. TOO FKEE WITH MEAT NEW YORK. (UP) II y man Zclin's one-man attempt to ease the meat shortage here cost him S3 in court fees. He admitted giv-J ing away meat to passersby from a I uarked delivery truck . (MIGHT PROUD TO GIVEVDU AMD VOUR DOG, A RIDE TO TOWN RECKON YO AM LAURA WILL FIND THINGS TO TALK QM IT . l.iAJME-il ryviCV . 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DAN? f FOOD IS KEPT 1 HERE-- BUT MAOI FROM THC 1 LISTEN- J ME TO MEET YOJ AT DER MISTAKE ZOMEflfHERE f' TO GET tACK TO IRWIN AW Tjf ypfh THEY HAVE Fim PlttONS MOUSI NOW S HOTEl-I GET DERE UNO BE ON YOUR V SEE IF ANY PHONE MESSAGES Mm HOUX--m k ' T J Vf YOU ARE GONE -I THINK 6UAR0-I VlU COME THROUGH I Htl PHONE CALL COME - V ,i i J MAYBE THE POLICE "SO t M CAU VOU LATIIi' IT CrJ I I I I THROUGH . fe V(1 I COME BACK TO TH HOUSE v 7 1 ' 2?r 1 J t T yVr ' I "iihy'' I AND NO ONE MAS BEEN HERE- L L s

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