The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on August 17, 1944 · Page 5
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Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, August 17, 1944
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THE DAILY CLINTON I ANN PageFlv Thursday, August 17, 1944 C Clinton Social Notes ) PORMEB RESIDENT-WEDS, i ... ; Mr. and Mrs. Alex-Faulds of Anderson, formerly ; Qf -Fairvlew, . nounce the marriage i of . their Bon, Pfc Harold Faulda of Fort Jackson, 8. C., to Miss Janet Watson jot Anderson, at' the hone tt- the grpote'e and thGSas' an habitual drunkard. She asks for the custody of their daughter, Helcji jaged 14, together with reasonablo; support. The couple have two othcj! jchlldren over 21 years yearn of age, Application for auit .money-Jas been filed with hearing set for Aug. 16. The couple was married July 23, 1913 and have) been separated about, f. year, r w There's NEWS In the Ads. parenta, -July 12, pending- her divorce from Miles MrdJaV" and the custody of the son, Rudolph given, to Mr. Mrdpa. Mr. Mrdja is to pay $40 per month maintenance for the two girls, and $50- attorney fees on or before Nov. l.'v.".; ' . ' ! . Hearing was bad in Vermillion Circuit Court on the application for suit money and maintenance in the divorce case of Margaret Ratcliff vs Parke Ratcllff and by agreement of the parties. Mr. Ratcliff la to pay 7 per week maintenance pending the divorce and $50 attorney feea on or before ; October 1st. OUOJRITAL Thuratuy Phllathea Class at the Baptist Church, 7:30 p. m. Hostessea Mra. Frank Steward, Mrs. Clarence Holler and Mrs. Clifford Montgomery- " American Legion Auxiliary, Legion Home, 8 p. m. ' Kappa DeKa Phi picnic at the McDonald Lake. For transportation meet at White's Pharmacy, 6:30 p. Rev. Allrldge'perfdrmed the cere-,,0,, Fairvlew Home-Ec Club Meets At Walker Home Th Fairvlew Home Ec Club mot at the home of Mrs. Letta Walker with Mm. Catherine Prulhtcre act Raymond Cottrell who is now In the St. Anthony Hospital,' Terre Haute, la recovering from his Nancy Carol Newland I 646 Black-' 7.30 m Mrl Ann man strcot, was admitted to the Iero , cn(,irman. county hospital Wednesday as a me-1 ipMaw dlcal case. ?" " ... ...... Mrs. Mary Bruin, R. 2, Rockville; Octette Club, Mrs. Dorothy. Hlld Mrs. Rose Thompson, , 269 Vine ! Wabash Ave. Noon luneneon rV' .,.. ..a m.. i,..., .nri.ed and bunco played. - ing as assistant hostess recently. The- meeting was called to order . by the president, Mr. Walker. The ,.sluto, quotations and club creed, woro given In unison. . The history of the song, "Now The DayMs Over" waa given by Dorothy Weber, and waa sung by the club,- led by Mm. Dixon. Devotions were given for Mrs. Prulhlore by Mabel Simpson. Mlnutei of the lust meeting were read and approved and roll call wni respotallad to by giving a short talk oa a new vegetable or flower grown byjnembers this year. i-- During 'the meeting It was an ' Mr. and Mrs. James Sawers, Bloomlnadale. are the oarents of a Dorn at jne Vermillion County CHnanltet t Wednesday. . The Infant weighed seven pounds and eleven oUnces and has not been named. Mr.1 and ' Mrs. Joseph Meschen, Newport, are the parents of twin boys bord' at the "Vermillion County Hospital' Wednesday. Charles Gene weighed six pounds and seven oun-oi and Stephen Dean, weighed, five pounda and fourteen ounces. ' ' t . Pvt. and Mra. Don Baty, Marshall, Ind.. :in the narents bf a dauahtcr rrn 'at the county hospital Wednes- day Tne infnt weighed. nine pounds and to'Mr! ounces and hat: not been .named. r COURT MEWS ! Frieda' Knesevlch of Geneva has filed suit in Vermillion- Circuit Court seeking a divorce from George Knesevlch. on grounds. of cruel and inhuman treatment.- if Mrs.' Knesevlch asks' for the custody of. their daughter, Beverly, aged 'S years, together with reasonable support. The couple ' was married Dec. 24, 1I1S and separated Aug. 8, 1944. Alice Crockett of Clinton township has filed suit In Vermillion Circuit Court seeking a divorce from Vernard Crockett on grounds of cruel and Inhuman treatment, Mrs. Crockett' asks for the custody of their '.daughter, Geraldlne aged 17 mouths together with reasonable support.; The couple was married Oct. SI, 1942 and separated Jan. 15, 1944. - Bertha , A. Moudy of Rileysburg has filed suit In Vermillion Circuit Court seeking a divorce from Claude Moudy on grounds of cruel and In-, human treatment, failure to provide mony. They are Making Jbeir hqma In' Hnuth.1 Carolina-... ' . . ' '' Mr. Faulda Is a grandson f Mr. and Mra, Bert 'Abort.'". -: ; : '';"; "' '',, Mra, Sophie Petraica of .Chicago, III, returned to her -home today af- ,h. rw riava with '.,,,,. . u'j jhn Btelr and other relatives and friends in Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Corbet Kemp and Carol Stokes haye returned home af-. ter a two weeks vacatlontrp which tey spent, inning, .. ... ., , Mr. ana Mrs. arry ryewiana, universal, are .spendtnf several days with their daughter, Mra. e. F. La-Rue and family of Splceland, Ind. Mrs. John Swlckard and daughter, Joyce, ,t4t goiith' Third , street and Mra.- "Ouy -King, Bnrnet, Ind., left Tuesday night, to visit Mrs. Fred Brant, Detroit, -'Mich. . ;: ' . ' V"-i.$' ' ENGAGEMENT AfTNOUXCED -Mrs. Maria Alrola o'f 1045 N. Ninth atreet has aanonnced her engagement to Vite d'Agostlni of 1047 Western-Ave. ' ";''..' '."' 'Mr. d'Agostlni Is1 owner of the Western Avenue grocery store. The marriage will .. Plata Hi the near s Mrs. i Charles.. . W. , Clemmon, daughter of Mr. ' awd Mrs. Ernest Dixon, hti g6ne to Milwaukee, Wis. for an extended visit '.With relatives and friends. A ' -t.. a A oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Circuit Clerk Carl R. Blgga has M A'Mtf JfWX CT C T it 0 S Issued the fallowing marMage Heen-- O yT f?'cr Sik I I I SK I f- -J ;; tsBaa. ". . bi ft, . both .M-'mtt-A n4V" ' , JLAKkks 1 vlaJL iU.k- Fred Vaugh.i Jr. 2.Jari,Melba MMr. X i . M X' ni jo, boH,,of cii..!vO-: LITTLE BSTTER"' ! 2 The custody of osa andi Slary 0 ' 220 Elm St. H - Phone lfffl 0 Mrdja wasglven to MfosMrU ,00000000000000000000000000 . t . j, r-t, ' ill! ill RETIRE f roni yharsljiiaxative customer list. Add gentle bulk to daily meals with now Post's. Raisin Sran toasted flakes of wheat and bran plus choice raisins. : PERM ANEJNTS Specialized Hair Styling ADAMHON'S BEAtTORIUM 365' South Main St. , - Phone 50? MONUMENTS 0 A Complete Line s) For Service Drop V A Card L W. Walsh Monument Co. 2114 Wabash Ave. ::. Terra Haute, Indiana mtm your favorite blouse1 1 .T"tt .ir,'V. jX ,TTT ; TIMELY REMINDER U W S i it.- .. . v'.- . fi'-yy l. ... , aw ' i BACK-TOrSCHOOL' : . CLOTHES babv. Rl. Clinton, were dismissed from the county hospital Wednesday. Happy Hour Home Ec Club ' Holds Luncheon Meeting 1 A covered dish luncheon was held Wednesday by the Happy Hour Home Economics Club at the home of Mrs. Donna Skelley. Mrs. Hazel Wright was the assistant hostess. Mrs. Bertha Richardson, president, called the meeting to order and the club creed and pledge to the flag were given in unison. The history of the song of the month, "Now the Day is Over" was given by Mrs. Mable Stokes and sung by the group. Roll call was answered by-naming a new flower or vegetable each had raised. ' , ., ..'.',' The lesson on "Reclaiming Hie Family Wardrobe" was given by the! leader, Mrs. Hazel Wright. Mr Mildred Skelley won the contest prise. Guests of the club were Mrs. Dorothy Shew of Ohio, Mrs. Olive Dagger and children of Indianapolis, : Miss Mildred Skelley of Indianapolis, Mrs. Maxine Cochran, Mrs. Luella and Lola Foncannon, Miss Betty Jo Andrews, Miss Carol Stokes, Miss Martha Lou Haymaker and Ronnie Gene Buntain. Members present were Mrs. Maude Andrews, Mrs. Rachel Bosarth, Mrs. Ruth Bumgartner, Mrs. Maria Bun- tain, Mrs. Violet Buntain, Mrs. Ves- la nirev. Mra. Meda Harrison. Mrs. . Beulah Haymaker, Mrs. Flossie Hay-1 mo bo- Mn. ifata UariirM Mrs. Su- by Kelley, Mrs. Edna Kelts, Mra. 1 T.vm I.nwrv. Mrs. Alice Newland. ) Mrs. Eva Poff, Mrs. Bertha Richardson, Mrs. Donna Skelley, Mrs. Mable Stokes and Mrs. Hasel Wright., . Delta Close Summer Meets With Picnic at River Camp Nearly 60 members and pledgee of Delta Theta Tau sorority were; present at the sorority s August pic- nic meeting at the summer camp or Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bauer on the Terre Haute road Tuesday night. Following the meeting- the pledges . Mrs. Dorothy. Whitcomb, Joan McDonald, Mary -Catherine Sawyer, Ann Gavin, Anna Pagllero, Louise Call, Betty Jean Pyle, Mar tha L. Manshlp and Christine Ker-cheval gave a short program. Bi-monthly meetings will be resumed In September with the first meeting to be Sept, 11 In the Half- Century Club when the patronnes- ses, Mrs. E. A. Lowln and Mrs. Wal ter Leeds will be hostesses. VACATION from worry about what to serve for breakfast. Magic com bination of nut-brown flakes of wheat and bran plus raisins. It's new i-ost s jtaisin uran: St. p. be to of of a yer ' the otiH and the el, and Mra. nounced that next month's meeting would' be gueat day. Mrs. Simpson will be hostess and Mra. Blrdella Brown assistant hostess. ' Each member is to bring a gueBt, a covered dish and table service for two. . Mra. Elsie Sims waff appointed chairman of the program committee for the guest day, an all day meeting starting at 10:30. The alternate leaders, Elsie Sims and Ona Olmi gave the lesson on "Remodeling Clothing." , Delicious refreshments were served. , vvtff atml-looking cutis and waves; now yours easily, cool-ly, comfortably, 9mdT at aone. Do it yourself. The amazing ) w corrtaim everything vtni reed, permanent wave solution, curlers, shampoo and wave set. Easy as putting your hair up in curlers. Insist on the genuine Charm-Kurt America largest sell-. ing home permanent wave kit. Get one today at Gil I is l'liarmtify und All "lirue Stores. p.EAN FALSE TEETH I J It I samite ends messy, harmfnl brsmhinr. Just put your plate or '.- T-, bridarework in m r'aw of water. Add a little Kleenite. Presto I . ', Blackeat stains, tarnish, food V'5'' ' disappear, fonr tatetfc apar ' - fcle like new. .Ask yoar drag-gist i ' today for Kleenite 'Ga KLEENITE at Powoll'e riiarmney 'or ny good drugt'lHt. 1553X1 7 FRIST FUNERAL HOME DAY OR NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONB IO 0 1 2 r- '.U - FOR MISS THE SCHOOL-ACE: AND YOUNC MISS . : SWEATERS 2.95 to 10.95 Job's Daughters Practice for initiation, masonic nan, p. m. - Catholic Woman'. Club -'1 Ho"e Mission work sponsored by the Calvary Baptist Missionary Groupe, first children's meeting which will continue each -Friday at the church. Children welcome to attend. Wabash Camp 1517 RNA regular meeting and 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. Homer Miller, 114 Elm Street. Sunday Twelfth annual reunion of the Judy families will be held at Twin Lakes in Paris, III. Monday Wakofe picnic, Sportland Park, ( m. Anyone not going is to call 165 or 492J by 10 a. m. Monday or assessed a fine. Clinton Township Home Ec Plans Joint Picnic Meet i mans tat Join! i picnic meeting f the Clinton Township Home Economics Club and the Farm Bureau be held Sept. 10 at the home of Mrs. Aquilla- Wright were made at the meeting of the club at the home Mrs. Solon Foltz Tuesday. Mra. Fred Myers and Mrs. John Brown assisted. Mrs. Ted Kaiser';' president, presi ded and the song of the month, "Now the Day is Over" was sung. Mrs- Earl Shew read the "Apostle Freedom" from the Christian Herald as the devotions and scrip- ture reading was irom me secona chapter of James. Hon can was answered ny giving new flower or vegetable each had raised. A very interesting lesson on "Remodeling and Restyling Old Clothes" was given by the leader, Mrs. Aquilla Wright. Those present were Mrs. Her-schel Shew, Mrs. Emmett Wright, Mrs. Jack Murray and daughter, Janet, Mra. Earl Shew, Mrs. James Houston. Mrs. Ted Kaiser. Mrs. Fred Myers, Mra. Solon Folta, Mrs. paui Foltz, Mrs. Kenneth Folta, Mrs, John Dunkley, Mrs, John Brown and Mra. Veda Kelley, Mrs. John Pfiesser and Barbara and Jane Wright were guests. Mi-h. TCnnnAth Foils nnil Mra. Km. mett Wright . won contest prises. : ( The next meeting win ne in Sep tember with Mrs. Ted Kaiser, hos tess and Mrs. Veda Kelley, assist ing. , - Tri Kappas Pledge Two At Picnic Meet Wednesday Pledge services for Mrs. Fred Me-? and Mrs. H. A. Hageman were held by the Tri Kappa sorority last : nfpht fnllnwine- thA nlnnlf minner at- home of Mrs. Max Johnson. Durinc.the business .meetlne it II waa announced that the initiation -j I Inatnllottnn nf nttinnrm will h. ' I held at the next meeting Sept. 13. ) Mra. Mary Alice Hurlow and Mra. Esther Marie Marietta were guests. The committee in charge of the meeting was Miss Bally Hain, chair- I man, Miss Marie Marietta, Miss Pat I Hennls, Miss Mary Catherine Porter! Miss Barbara Burgan. FRIENDLY BUNCO MEETS Mra. Betty Reed was hostess to Friendly Bunco Club at her home on South Fourth Street last night. Following the business meeting, bunco was played with Mrs. Thelma 1 Baxendale winning bunco and trav Mrs. Margaret Crowder, high - jars. Mary Shannon, low. The next meeting will be a nounced later. - , 4 . Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Miller and daughter of Indianapolis, Charles Buckley and Mrs. C. Hamersley were Bunday dinner guests of Mr. and Carl Miller of 704 South Third Mlaa Joan Mack of Bloomington, 111. la visiting Mr. and Mra. Harold I Mack and aon, Gene. Notice! As Mlaa Lear la on Tacatkm thia week please telephone social Items to Mrs. Carey at 421J. FOR SALE 10 ACRES (more or less) 4 LARGE ROOMS Large Screened South Porch, North and East Porch. Nice Shade. Well and Cistern, Electricity, Chicken House. North of Atherton ML Mile to Road 41 Cottrell Bros. D. V. COTTRELL RoHedale, Ind., R. K. No. 1 ' ' Sweater News Galore for College and Career Girls! Boxy Pullovers, Cardigans and Classics! ." Choose from glowing fall colors " :-Yellow, Pink, Purple, White, Many More DELIGHTFUL LINE OF SWEATERS ,' For the Little Miss! Sizes 8-16 ' ! m WESKI Over COMPLETE HER SCHOOL WARDROBE WITH: SLIPS BARBIZON . ' , MARTHA-MAID j'. LADY LOVE ' 'I v:':;' , i .; -- ' f , 2 . CHENILLE ROBES " -. -1 -y HOUSECOATS QUILTED ROBE AND. PA JAMA ENSEMBLES . Midriff and Tailored PAJAMAS LINGERIE FULL LINE OF NEW FALL ' ! BLOUSES For Suits and With Skirts and Sweaters SOOT JACKETS 2.95 - 4.95 In Shetlands ' 100. Wool An exciting new Columbia Album by the DON COSSACK CHORUS under the. dynamic leadership of SERGE JAROFF. Set M-542 Four 12-inch records $4.50 iMdiMh ef turn) '13 1.50 G CHOOSE YOUR SCHOOL-GIRL'S CLOTHES NOW WHILE OUR STOCKS ARE COMPLETE Cape and Suede Jackets From Town and Country CQLUMBIWECORDS ROSENBLATT'S Remember - We Close At 8:30 On Saturdays .'. BUY MORE .BONDS ! e 1 -& yWj.. .,-Tr-,.' -r

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