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THE DAILY 'CLiNTONIAN v Page Hvfl Friday, August 11, 1944. tj Clinton Social Notes 9) Friday Fairview Builders Class Meets Wednesday Evening The Builders Class of the Fair-view Church met at the home Mrs. Mable Church Wednesday evening. Mrs. Ernest Dixon was the assistant hostess. During the business meeting, It was decided to hold an ice cream supper next Thursday, August 17. The public is invited toJ attend. Mrs. Dixon was In charge of tha devotional period. Following the 0SPJTAL John Leon Stelr, 1005 Bogart St.. was admitted to the county hospital Thursday as a surgical case. Geraldine Harmond, R. 1, Paris, was admitted to the county hospital Thursday as a tonsillectomy case. n. Gnnl, 401 Smith EVinrth FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Third and Mulberry 8:45 a. m. Sunday School. 6:00 p. m, Christian Endeavor.' Morning Worship services will be resumed Sunday, Sept. 3, under leadership of Roy C. Llngerg. street. Mrs. Ernestine Meredith and , "" ''""'"? ""-baby, R. 2, Clinton, Mrs. Vivian e'id "'e hostess. Murray and baby, St. Bernlce and Members attending were Mr. and , di i,i, ' Mrs. Jack Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Picnic Plans Completed At Women's Conservation Club The Women's Conservation Club of St. Bernicemet August 4 with eleven members present. Plans for the picnic to be held August 20 were completed. Any member wishing information concerning the picnic may call Mrs. Millard Holden, president or Mrs. Stanley Heed, secretary. The next regular meeting Is to be held September 1. Pvt. Charles Cornilcan and wife were the week end guest! of Mr, and Mrs. Doris Simpson and family. Pvt. Cormlcan returned to De Picnic Planned At Jolly Eight Club Thursday Eve Mrs. George Sanders was hostess to the Jolly Klght Club which met at her home-Thursday evening. Bunco was play id at two tubles with Mrs. Sanders winning high; Mrs. Frank (ireulirh, bunco; Mrs. David Jenkins, low and Mrs. Josouh Gambonay, low. Refreshments were nerved by the hostess and plana were made to have a picnic at the Roadside Park on state road 41 In two weeks. Oilier members attending were Mrs. Oscar Howard, Mrs. Raymond Thomas, Mrs. .1 nines Cunningham and Mrs. David Mndacy. a Mrs. Buel Ream spent Tuesday with Mrs. IeRoy Kulti and family. man' ind.. were dismissed from tho man, Ind., were dismissed from county hospital Thursday. Mrs. John Lawson who lias been spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Harley Thompson or route two has returned to her home In llrusll. Mrs. Ray Clurkson of Detroit, Mich. Is visiting wilh her parents, Mr. and Mra. Walter Burnsldes of South Seventh street. Additional Social on Page 8 oooooooeeoooeoeooeeooooooo For A New You JEANNE NADAL COSMETICS By the famous French chemist BOYER Reasonably Priced - Tax Incl. &ewo 1 Jit- A LITTLE 220 Elm St, ,VVVVVvVVVVVVVVVVVTVVVvVrVWvVVW HRIHTIAN CHTRCH Seventh and Blackman St. Rohort llarliee, CliaJnuan of tile Board :S0 a. m. Sunday School. Classes for all. 10:45 a. m. Church Service. A. A. Ilarche of the Central Christian Church, Terre Haute, will deliver the message. CHRISTIAN SaK N1 SOCIETY HI 14 Utarkmaa St. (Pytblaa Hall) 9:10 a. m. Sunday School. 11 a. m. Church. Testimonial meetings every 1st aaa Ird Wednesday of each month. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Soul" Is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon in all Churches of ' Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, August 18. b - The Golden Text 1st "My soul, wait thou only open God; for my ex- Sectation is from him" (Psalms 2:6). Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "The Lord is my portion, saith my soul; there fore will I hope in him. It is good that a man should both hope and quietly wait for the salvation of the Lard. Let ua search and try our ways, and turn again to the Lord: O Lord, thou hast pleaded the causes f my soul ; thou hast redeemed my life" (Lamentations 8:24, 20, 40, 58). "Oh that men would praise the Lord for hit. goodness, and for his wonderful works to ths children of men" (PsaJms 10T:8). ' The Lesson-Sermon also Includes th following passages from the Christian Science textbook,"Scionce and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "As the children of Israel were guided triumphantly through the Red Sea, the dark ebbing and flowing tides of human fear,r-as they were led through the wilderness, walking wearily through the gnat desert of human hopes, and anticipating the promised joy, so shall the bpiritual idea guide all right desires in their passage from sens to Saul" (p. Miss Mildred Golden and Miss Mary Trkula are spending their two week's vacation, with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Golden and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Trkula., , . v. 8.2c Charles Clemens, ..son, of Mr. and Mrs. , Harry, .Clement of South Fifth street Is now stationed' at San, Diego, Calif., where he Is receiving. Amphibious 'Training. -..''-- ; Mrs.;' Christina Graham and Mrs. Betty Hale,, have returned to their home after spending ten dayB visit ing Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Graham in Hitman, O. ."' M"-. and!!' Mrs. Mne Hablcht, Mrs. Kenneth Kolts, Mr. and Mrs. VlrgH Gross, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Foncannon, Rev. and Mrs. Godwin, Mr. and Mrs. Dixon and Mrs. Mable Church: The time and place of the next meeting will be announced later. MONUMENTS 0 A Complete Line A For Service Drop t' A Card E. W.Walsh Monument Co. 21 14 Wabash Avei Terre Haute, Indiana o o o o IO o BETTER ' o o o. io THE TIME! , IS THE PLACE! 9th and Elm St. Market Open Until 9 P. M. For Your Convenience i We have favored our .tracks , Mini Mvr " km ..- GACHb'HI If you don't them it won't be our fault ! 9th and Elm St. f 7 -" American Beauty Shop VERA MAE BLACK , 312 South Main Street PHONE 69 FACE CREAMS 'ROUGE ASTRINGENTS "LIPSTICK PEACHES for CANNING POWDER BASE CAKE MAKE-UP NOW IS TfflS - r. ;;;:;:: Yl SjL -, j riAJT . Inn I POWDER 'TOILET WATER HAND CREAM , ; EXPERT FACIALS Buttermilk Packs A Specialty! " ALL LINES OF BEAUTY WORK PERMANENTS AND FINGER WAVES r r .manicures ; -sir ; REVLON NAIL POLISH BOBBY PINS HAIR PINS HAIR NETS ' OPEN EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SATURDAY BY APPOINTMENT '! ' . tSerf get Rebekahs, Initiation services. All staff members aBked to wear street dresses. Tuesday Clinton Township Horn Ee Club, Mrs. Solon Folts. 2 p. m. Delta Theta Tau Meet at library at ( p. m. Bring covered dish and table service. Call S-W by Monday noon If not going. Minnehaha, 7:30 p. m. at the hall Golden Star Club, Mra. Hattls Po- plk, Crompton Mill,' 7:10 p. m. Wednesday While Heather Circle, Mrs. Wal ter Shorter. South Fifth street. Allen Brown Observes Fifth Birth Anniversary Allen llrown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hrown of Ulackman alreat celebrated his fifth birthday anniversary at hla home yesterday afternoon, ' Contests and games were played with Barbara Oabln and Uoorga Carey winning the prises, The table held animal vases filled with pink and red snapdragons and was centered with a pink birthday oak surrounded by while rabbit niarahmallowB. Favors of guns and candy were given to tha guests and Ice cream and cupcakes each centered with a sandle were served as refreshments. Those present were Sharon Weg-ner, Jack Gilmour, Dick Sheelsky, Ann Oerrish, George and Diane Carey, Myra Mitchell, Peggy Lou Mll-ner. Jack Gilmour, Dich Schelsky, Malone, Bobby Coleman, Barbara Gabin, Nikkt Karanovlah, Linda Brown and Allen's grandmothers, Mrs. William Dutell and Mrs. William Lane. RegretB were received from Robert Giacolletto, Tony Costello, Sharon Wltham and Francea Pesaven-to. , Blanford Ladies Game Club' Purchase $100 War Bond Members of the Blanford Ladies' Fish and Games-Club purchased a fl0 War Bond at their meeting i rf ,J ,. .. Ai.Anlno. at Darnlia'i Hall 1 Tuesday evening at Perona's Hall Pinochle was played following the business session with Mrs. RoBe Zan- andres winning mystery, Miss Alda Marietta, high; Mrs. Pearl Bartlett, low. ' ' i Bunco was also played with pris es going to Mrs. Betty Marietta, bunco; Mrs. Cecilia Marietta, high and Mrs. Frances Zanottl, :low' Refreshments of Ice ream, cook ies, and lemonade were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Pearl Bartlett and Miss Alda Marietta. ' The next meeting is to be held on September 5. ' ' , Jivin Janes Meet Tuesday At .Tnr)ninn Residence . . mi.. luB-nlti Jackson wal hostess . Tuesday evening to the Jhfta Janes i' Club at her home' on twian rum street. - - 1 Following an Important business' meeting, games were played and prises were awarded ' to : Dorothy' Craft and Helen Louise Hope. Members attending the meeting were Misses Dorothy Craft, Norma Jeane Weir, Juanlta Jackson, Doro thy Guinn and Helen Louise Hope. Baptist Missionary Society Meet At Sollara Home Members of the Baptist 'Missionary Society met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. W. Sollara with Mrs. Frances Helms aa assist-' ant hostess. ' . ' Mrs. James Lawson was In charge of the leason, "World's Christians United In Peace." Mrs. Anna Osmon was In charge of the devotional period. Mra. Sollara gave the current events. . The next meeting will be held at the church with Mra. Ray Crawl as leader.i This meeting is to be held In September. Mrs.' Lillian Hutson of La Porte, Ind. has moved to 1205 South Fourth street, Clinton. Mrs. Hutaon'a husband, Otto Hutson was tndycted1 Into the Marine Corps Tuesday. Pvt. and Mrs. Hutson are the parents of twin daughter and son. They have another daughter, Luclnda Ann. Mr. Hutson Is the former Miss Lilian Glass. ' , Mra. Hutson't brother, Cpl. George Glasa of the Army Air Corps waa aent overseas a week ago according to word received by his, mother, Mrs. Anna Lemmons of. route two, Clinton. . ' . a ' A fishing party was enjoyed Tues day evening at the creek near Mr. and Mrs. John Runyan a home. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Marclnko and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Holltngswortb. CLUB MEETING POSTPONED The St. Bern Ice Chspter of the Milwaukee's Women's Club will not meet August Ha. previously planned. Their meeting will be held September 10. , , Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell and son, W. G. Campbell were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Campbell or near Dana. The afternoon waa spent socially and watermelon was enjoyed. Mrs. Helen Staughn and son are spending this week with ber parents in Rockvllle. Notice! The Clinton tan Want Yonr News. Please Call Misa lar To Report Social News. Phase ta or 88. ' ' FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ;. Clinton, Indiana Ray Crawl, Minister Geo. CnenhaU, Minister of Music Mrs. Ted Morgan, Pianist Mrs. John Swlekard, Bible School' ttupt. 9:40 a. m. Orchestra music and the opening of the Bible School. 10:45 a. m. Morning worship. 6:10 p. m. Baptist Youth Fellowship. Don Weir, leader. ' ' 7:10 p. m. Evening worship. Ths one hundred and fourth an nual session of the Freedom Hal) tlat Association, will be held Tues day Aug. ISnd, at the Dana Baptist Church beginning at :S0 a. m. ' 7:10 p. m. Wednesday, pray er meeting. 7:10 p. m, Thursday, orchestra practice. TUB PIHMT METHODIST CHURCH Clifford C. Jordan, Minister Joint W. Reeder, fiiurrh School HunerlntenriVnt Mrs. J. W. Reedrr, Minister of Mush; Mrs. K, W. Powell, (trganlat I. SO a. m. Morning Worship. Sermon subject: "What Is the Direction Of Progress." ... ' , 10:45 a. m. Church School. 1:30 p. m. The Scouts meet with Mr. Timmerman. :S0 p. m. MethodlBt Youth Fellowship. Jack Reeder, president. 7:10 p. m. Monday. Scout's gym session. ' '-' t 7: SO p. m. Wednesday. Midweek service. Studies In the great Prophecy of Isaiah. . Everybody wel come. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 287 Blaclunan Street ' '-'. Dr. Frank S. Kerner, Minister ,r J: 30 a. m. Bible School. John Carnell, Supt. . . . 10:45 a. m. Morning Worship. Sermon theme, "What Shall We Do If. We Neglect the Pathway of Sal vation?" ' "i 1:30 p. m. Youn peoples ser- . ' . m.. Evening service. gubJect, "An Urgent MesB- - .. age to God. . 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, midweek prayer service. i -.. FAIRVIBW PARISH ' , J. S. tiodwin, Minister i Falrvlew- . : 9:46 a. m. r Sunday School. Andrew Simpson, Supt. t -V ' 7:30 p. m-'TT- 'Worship. .Sermon by the Rev. C.'C. Jordan, pastor of First Methodist Church. Center " ' , ' .10:00 a. ' m. 'Suridiy ScHooT, Ernest Myers, Supt. . ' ' ' Note: There will be no preaching service at Center Sunday morning.:: ttalem' .,, .-' , , ' . ', 10:00 . a. m,,, Sunday Seliool. E. B- ttanaoipn, oupi. . : '. t Trj"-; ." ; 4 r.,r. n....-.... ,,, (TE8TAMBNT CHURCH - ' Rev. joaepn k bibww, I'sk tor 10:00 a. m. Sunday 'School, Mrs1! JLeatha KUla, Supt, - 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship. 7:30 p. m. ' Evening Worship. Rev. C. E. Ronk will be the speaker at both the morning and evening service. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, prayer meeting. Mrs. L. Ellis. FREE HOLINEHS MISHIOJf 828 North Sth Street Rev. John Coleman, Paator Mrs. Coleman, Song Leader 7:30 p. m. Sunday night ser vice. Midweek prayer service Thursday night. The speakera for Sunday night will be Rev. Jasper Catterson and wife of Rockvllle. Good music and singing and old fashioned preaching. The public Is invited. if' : Mr. and ftra. Robert Williams, 238 North Water street, are the par. ents of a son born at the. 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