The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on August 21, 1944 · Page 3
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

Clinton, Indiana
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Monday, August 21, 1944
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Page Three THE DAILY CLINTONIAN- Monday, August 21, 1944 Tfeen f:nnl Jap Mainland Q Clinton Social Notes According to recent government reports, the top shelf of the kitchen is not the most ideal place to keep precious jams, jellies and preserves, even though it is convenient. To prevent spoilage, these products are best kept in a cool, dark, dry plact Battered m 2 B-29 Attacks (ConUnaed from nag 1) Monday Willing Helpers Class of the Baptist Church swimming and picnic postponed to Aug. 28. Wakofe Club meeting in the basement of the Clinton Hotel, 6 p.m. Bring own table service. Tuesday Red Cross Surgical Dressing, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. Dreamland Pleasure Club Auxiliary wiener roast at Mrs. Hazel Mur Former Clinton Resident Weds Indianapolis Man Announcement has been made of the marriage of Mrs. Marcell Cllver Siiemore of IndlanapoliB, a former resident of this city, to Herman Robert Weichel also ot Indianapolis. The wedding took place at 1 p.m. Sunday, August 20 at the home of Rev. Samuel W. HartBock in Indianapolis. A double ring ceremony was performed in the presence of the immediate families and close friends. The bride was attired In a two piece dress of navy blue and white with navy accessories. Her corsage was of pink and white rosebuds. Attendants at the ceremony were Cranberry Products Ursolic acid, cranberry seed oil and cranberry wax are recovered from the skins and seeds of ' Alaskan Missionaries Visit Over Weekend At Dixons Recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dixon were Mrs. Harold Russell, Mrs. Horace Russell and Mrs. Homer Russell all of Tangier, Ind. Accompanying the Russells were Mr. and Mrs. Ira Downs, former missionaries who recently returned from Alaska, after spending IS years t. Tl. n n.iHnlla MillMlAll in fhAlr Mrs. Carrie Moore, Rockvllle, was admitted to the county hospital Friday as a medical case. - George Wittenmyers, Rockvllle and Russell Shew, H 1, Paris, 111., were admitted to the county hospital Friday as fracture cuses. Miss Esther Hulroyd, Cuyuga, was dismissed from the county hospital Saturday. Mrs. Henry Jolly, Rockvllle and Mrs. Lucy Buttle, Rockvllle, were dismissed from the county hospital Sunday. PERMANENTS Specialized Hair Styling AIlA.MNO.VS HEAUTOIUUM 365 V. South Main St. Phone 502 ray's, 649 South Seventh street, 7:30 p.m. Bring wieners and own table service. Republican Woman's Club- All members who reported they will attend the fish fry and meeting at Firemens' Camp meet at the Clinton Hotel at 6:30 p.m. Be ready to leave homes Friday and the Downs were! weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dixon and Mr. and Mrs. Downs attended the! Fairvlew Methodist Church Sunday where the Downs gave several talks. Following the services they went to. at 6:30. Tangier for tne Kussen-uixou re Banned Logwood Afier unsuccessful ear'y attempts to compound a dye, England in 1581 prohibited the importation and use of logwood, one of the seven members of the dyewood family of trees. This law rerrlained in effect 100 years, long after chemists had learned to make a fast dye out of the extract. MONUMENTS 0 A Complete Line 0 For Service Drop Us A Card E. W.Walsh Monument Co. 2114 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indiana All Indications pointed to the probability that American forces a-gain were softening up Japanese defenses for further Allied thrusts in the drive to smash the enemy in the Far East. Must Toward Philippines In the Southwest Pacific, Gen. Douglas MacArthur's airmen have been blasting a path toward the Philippines, concentrating within recent weeks on wiping out enemy defense positions on the strategic Halmahera Island, about 300 miles south of the Philippines. Showdown Kattle Neara The Increasing tempo of the Super-Fortress raids againBt the Jap homeland left little doubt that the American offensive was entering a vital stage. The feeling has been growing in military and naval circles that the Pacific war Is approaching a showdown battle in which the enemy might be forced to risk the remnants of his fleet and air force. At the same time, American fighting men have been entrenching themselves in the newely-won positions in the Marianas and the Southwest Pacafic obviously in preparation for fresh amphibious blows westward toward the Philippines, China and Japan Itself. the groom's brother, Captain Henry Weichel and niece, Miss Ruth Welch-el. A wedding dinner was served for the bridal party at the Seville Hotel after which the newly married couple left for a short wedding trip to Plymouth, Mass. Mrs. weichel has been employed in the payroll department at the United States Rubber Co. of Indiana-polls and Mr. Weichel with the Peerless Furnace Co., also of Indianapolis. Misses Claudia and Wilma Jennings who are empfoyed in Indianapolis spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jennings of Blackman street. Miss Wilma Pence, now employed in fndlanapolis, was the weekend Wednesday Red Cross Surgical Dressing 9 a. m.- 11:30 a.m., 1 p.m.-4 p.m.,7-9:30 p.m. Red Cross Knitting, 1-4 p.m. Thuraaav Past Chiefs Club which was to be held Thursday has been postponed indefinitely. Ladies Auxiliary of the Half Century Club meet at clubrooms at 6:30 p.m., picnic supper. Each member bring covered dish. ,oooooooooooooooooo Formal Initiation Services Planned For Kappa Deltas Mrs. Rose Faraco and Mrs. Delia Swlnehart, patronesses of the Psl Gamma Chapter of Kappa Delta Phi, entertained members and pledges at Lake McDonald Thursday evening. Members present were Mrs. Bettle Pierce, Mrs. Marlon Clark, Miss Margaret Griffith, Miss Barbara Can-era, Miss Alda Marietta, Misses Frances and Kay Illerbauer, Miss Edith Forte Miss Joan Costa and Miss Marie Jones. Pledges attending the meeting were Mrs. Charlotte Reed, Miss Camilla Smith and Miss Mary Catherine Fullman. Formal Initiation services will be held September 29 for seven members, Mrs . Clio King. Mrs. Charlotte Reed,: Mrs.1!. Joan Malone and the Misses Mary C. Fullman, Camille Smith, Violet RIso and Lois Halsey. Soldiers Honored Sunday At Dinner In Universal Mr.' and Mrs. Lozo Pilipovich of Universal entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their son, Milan who is home on furlough with his parents after returning from Italy. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Luklch and daughter, Mary, Miss Madge Foltz of Hammond, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Sam Latinovich and Louie Vuksa of Blanford. . Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Miller and daughters of Indianapolis were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller and daughter, Mrs. Lucille Hlggins, Mrs. C. Hammereley and Charles Buckley. They were all Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Matthews of Mars Hill, Ind. Friday evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dixon were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clemens. Saturday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil union and also attended the Kun-creek Church where Mrs. Downs' father was a minister. Mr. and Mrs. Downs returned to Chicago where they will spend a week with relatives and will return to the Dixon home Labor Day to attend a reunion. Octette Members Enjoy Noon Luncheon Friday Members ot the Octette Club met Friday at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Hlld on Wabash avenue for a noon luncheon. The regular business meeting wan carried out and the minutes were read by Mrs. Hlld. During the busln-aan meetincr. the club membership Miss Madge Foltz returned to her home in Hammond after spending several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lukich and family. Easily Destroyed Vitamin C is the most easily destroyed of all the vitamins. A LITTLE BETTER-" . ? BETTER" guest of her father. e Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gllmour, of , - . - g 220 Elm St. Phone 129 q looooeooooooooooooooooooooo . Phone 129 drawing was won by Mrs. Mildred Terre Haute visited William Gllmour ot 641 Nebeker, Sunday. Hollingsworth. Following the business session, hnnrn van nlaved with Mrs. Helen Heacock winning high; Mrs. Mary f 4 Kimble, bunco; Mrs. Julia tiatneia, travel and Mrs. Uva Plttenger, low. ThAui nreaent were Mrs. Heacock. Mrs. Hatfield, Mrs. Marian Southard, Mrs. Kimble, Mrs. Hollingsworth, Mrs. Ruth Alley and the hostess, Mrs. Hlld. Mrs. Julia Hatfield will entertain the club members September 1 at a dinner party to be held In the piin-ton Hotel dining room. w Mnrv Zntti has returned to Chi Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Hay- 7 : T-- 4 V i- 0 Y-'" r 1 $ SWi,y'lw'SMSr..- 1 .lll flfiaBMsijllfc hurst and son and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gormong and daughter of Terre Haute. . There's something about ami cago after spending the past two Mr. and Mrs. Pete Tomel of Uni weeks with her sister, Mrs. marxin Kandera and family and her brother. John Poplk and family. versal have returned from a visit with their son, Dr. Joseph Tomel and Mrs. Tomel of Sturgeon, Mo. m m m Mrs. Frank Kell who has been a patient at the county hospital is now at her home on Blackman street. She was accompanied home by her niece, Lillian Kandera, who will vacation in Chicago for the next two weeks. Miss Martha Ann Webster to Evansvllle, Ind. today after Msl'imilt 4 I wnOtm tin it vooraeli. It's eur M out tint Mi aMk JL spending four days with her mother Mrs. Martha Webster and grand your hair up in curlen. You'll find I " " ,V everything you need in the Sk I mother, Mrs. Helen Krekler of Hazel Bluff. Miss Webster is employed In (ENTnJr M KIT w CfomMrf" Evansvllle. Mr. ind Mrs. George Jardine, Br Require! no heat or electricity. Safe, for every type of hair. Over 5 million eold. Get the amai- THERE'S something about a Wac... With her fresh, cool poise, her air of quiet confidence. '' Her gallantry and her spirit. Her way of getting things done, quickly and without hv. ' Her pride in her vital Army job. And in the Women's Army Corps .. . There' something about a Wac that make una want to ttand up and cheer! ing Chqrm-Kuft Permanent Wave Kit today iillla 1'barmary and All i'rug Ktora and Mrs. George Jardine, Jr. spent the weekend at Great Lakes, 111. witn their son and husband, S 2c George Jardine who Is receiving Signal Corps training there. Mrs. Jardine Jr. remained In Waukegan. aimniil fthtrlov Reunion The way the soldiers did when the Wacs J tame down the gangplank in Australia. The sixteenth annual Shirley re union will be held Sunday, August 97 at the hnme of Mr. and Mrs. By The way Generals do with cables that say : "Send more WanF ron Buntain north of Libertyvme, I Wish To Announce Tliat The - AMERICAN BEAUTY SHOP IS OPEN SIX DAYS AND FIVE NIGHTS ; A WEEK Throughout The Year PHONE 60 VERA f.IAE BLACK All Lines Of Beauty Work Ind. e William L. "Peck" Bolllday, for mer Clinton resident and employee of early Clinton newspapers spent Saturday visiting friends in Clinton. He is now a resident of Knox, Ind. Receiving radio messages from combat planes - Mrs. Charles McCann and Patricia Recording the return f June are spending the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bertottl ot North Ninth street. ANNOUNCING The Opening Of Mrs. Reeder's Kindercarten TWO TERMS: Sept, 5 - Ages 3 to 4 Oct. 9 - Ages 4 to 6 440 NEBEKER ST. "On The Bus Line" ! 1 U T Enroll Now! Phone 152-J -V7 r 1 Good soldiers... V v v ; !tV, ' .-' i women's akuy corps '- V'l '...'I ..." i ! jV a, t FOK FULL INFORM A TION about ih Watnmn't Army Carpi, to to your f V " ''- ntart U.S. Army Recruiting Station. Or mail thm coupon bahw. Wr'- "4 ; Si "Tf " fWWt U ' ,i i i1 mrni-rrrTrS sSS .Mind the -front J 3 V' , ;!3a GRAND OPENING OF NEW CLUB ROOMS AT CLINTON MOOSE FRIDAY, AUGUST 25 You Are Cordially Invited To Inspect Our New Quarters BETWEEN 12 NOON AND 10 P. 51". 31T

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