The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on August 24, 1944 · Page 5
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August 24, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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w r m- & t Thursday, August 24, I ' ... ,11, f Clinton Social Notes f) I Louise's 1 i Past Chiefs Club which was io be held Thursday ha heen postponed indefinitely. Acme Club, ?:80 M. fobs. Ross. srsai Couple Clines Honor Daughter With Recent Shower Mrs. James Cline of airview was the honored guest at a miscellane Job's (Daughter Regular at jp. jo. followed by .Ini ous shower given recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Cline i Louise 5 (t "f r( X Observes fifty-Eighth Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. William Hodges ASaluhrnUr U'udtUiiK Aiuiivcrauy JUuiMlft), AUKIINt !t). JioUi Are Kcv-nl-!0tt years (OW. Mr. and Mrs. William . .Hedges and son, Coorge. Mrs. Cline was the former M'sb fJorothy '''&ce of tiation. Jolly Eight memters meet at 6 p. m. at the home of Mrs. David JenkinB. Picnic at Sportland Park. Friday Rebekah Jodge meeting 7:8 p. m. Oddfellows Hall. bandusky, O. Mr. Cline Is serving with the armed forces overseas. Guests present were Mrs. .Betty Cline and daughter Charlene of Clinton, Mrs. Miriam Shew and son of iLulverBHl observed their fifty-eighth wedding anniversary Monday, August 21. Both are seventy-eight years of age and have spent most Bobby of Universal, Mrs. Carrie Mar-; rison, Mrs. Anna hunger, Mrs. ulufl .of these years in Clinton Township. Pavey, Mrs. Blanche Reynolds, Mrs. Anna Shepherd, and Mrs. g. J. Whit- Wakofe Members JEnjoy fot-Luck Supper JEtecentJy A pot-luck picnic aupper waa enjoyed recently In the .basement of the: Clinton Hotel by several members of the Wakofe Club. The committee in charge for the lock. Contests were played and prizes went to Mrs. Shew and Mrs. Shepherd. iDelicious refreshments were evelng was Mrs. (Nick Karanovlch, chairman, Mrs. Jf"rauk Ralston, Mrs. Henry Paloncy And Miss Jrma Pesa- LOUIS'5 5WATER CLUB STARTS SATURPAX, AUGUST 26 GIRLS! Here's really big news for you! Starting Saturday, August 26, Louise's Sweater Club ibegins in full swing. We'll show you the easiest way to keep your sweater wardrobe right up to the minute at a great saving. Thru membership in our club you will be able (to get sweaters absolutely JFREE ! ' ;' Here how it works. Simply buy one or more sweaters at our store and ask for a membership card in our Sweater Club. Each card, when punched out is good for $2.50 in trade value on any sweater in our stock, regardless of price. JHE WAY TO GET TOUR CARD PUNCHED OUT! Whenever you buy a sweater in our store or whenever you bring a customer in who buys a sweater you will be entitled to have J.0 of the full purchase punched on your card. For instance, suppose you purchased a $5.00 sweater. Then you are entitled to a 50c punch on your card. SEE HOW EASY fT IS TO GET FREE SWEATERS! Why not get your girl friends together now and have your own club. Let one girl carry the membership card, not transferable, and when it is punched out draw iots to see who gets to trade it out. Just think! Only twp punched out membership' cards gets you a five dollar sweater absolutely Free! 'jO;N TOPA Yi IT'S FUN J IT'S EASY? IT'S THRIFTY! served and s aucial Ainie was .enjoyed by all. The ionored guest received several nice gifts. Young Peoples Society Pave Steak Fry Tuesday vento. Members attending were Mrs. Ed BaRoche, Mrs. Maurice coswuio. Mr. and Mrs. Hedges have three children, Herman of Clinton, Harold rf fontiac, Mich, and Mrs. Bertha Richardson of Hazel Bluff. Three of the seven grand-children are in the armed forces; Cpl. JtusseU Hedges, Fonapah, Nev., Pvt. Hex Hedges, Abilene, Tex. and Harold I. Hedges. f 2c, Philadelpnia, Pa. Jhe other rand-children are Edwin Hedgea,: Clinton-Terre Haute Road, Helen Hedges, Fall-view, Billy and Bobby Richardson of Hazel Bluff, Betty fo and JCddie ,Lee Hedges are the only great-grandchildreu. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hedges were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hedges, Edwin Shew, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hedges and children, 3etty )0 and Eddie ,Lee, Mr. and Mrs.i Carl Richardson and sous, Billy and Bobby. i Mrs. Ray Shew, Mrs. Jack Scott and Thirteen members of the young son, Jackie, Mrs. Jack Cilfoy, Miss Kelly Creen ' J31ue, Prxwn Ciierry, Aelon Tangerine, ydlow Peoples Society of the Presbyterian Church enjoyed a steak fry at Spori-j land Park Tuesday evening. Those attending were Helen JS111-1 ott, Norma Jean Davis, Helen Bod-; nar, Joan and Barbara Christopher.i Jennine Mastin, Mary Irene Kennedy, Betty Cox, Martha Muise Keed. Opal Kevins, WUina Smith, Phyllis; Stickle and Charlotte Reed. i Claire Alice McPonald and Miss Tal-Bil Jahli. yhe next meeting will be held September Jl with Mrs. Pan Pesa-venlon and Mrs. frank Ralston as hostesses. - . jMrs. Morrw OtoBeryeg Pirtji Anniversary Wednesday Mrs. Andrew Morris of South Seventh street was pleasantly surprised Wednesday evening when group of friends arrived at her home: in lienor of her birthday anniver 100 Virgin Wools By Rationally Known JtEGINA and PEXMOR Pozens Of Styles Jo Choose From 2.99 3.99 5.00 5.95 6.50 7-50 YES! You May" ' Lay Them Vwayl An enjoyable evening was had toyi all. ! a a Mrs. Joseph Velocb and daugh-i Tan, Greyj jbjivender PERM ANENTS Specialized Hair Styling AJMMSOK'S BEACTOIUIM -36 South Main St. - : Phone 502 Iters, Marianne and Judy have left sary. A dencjous gix ociui uurej I for Whiting f ter spending a weed; with her parents, Mr. and Mra. John was .served. Marcinko of Universal. Those present at (the dinner were Oie honored guest and Mr. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. f). Q. Alexander, Mrs. Uszie Stevenson and daughter, Ed rjoooooopoooooooooooooooo 'v, i o o o o ith, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew btev-ensoB of Battlecreek, Mich. Refreshments of Ice cream and cake were served later to he evening. ' ' 9 Eighteen Members Attend HaDDV Hour Bunco Club u o o o o o The Happy Hour Bunco Club of o o A WT7J-E BETTER " " 220 Elm St. Phone 129 o MILLINERY you'll Love! 2.99 to 7-50 All New Fall Styles! SIDELINES make headlines this Fall Dramatically flattering see them in off-side date hats, soft aideswept berets! See too the pew off-face "pirate" brims, officer's hats, tiny toques! AU excitingly smart atop your new Fall costumes come choose yours today! Felts, fabrics- Newest colors. OQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO r n S Universal met at he eiuo rooms Monday evening with Mrs. Ann Councell as hostess. Eighteen members attended the meeting. Following the business session, bunco waa played and priies were avrardod (to Mrs. Ann Soyack, bunco: Mrs. Katie Guglielmettl, high and VaveJ and Mrs. Mary Palacca, low. Mrs. Mary Antus will be hostess for the next meeting which will be a birthday party when four dub members will celebrate Iheir birthdays. w a Mothers Leisure Club Meets Wednesday, Bunco Played Mrs. Roy Corcoran of South Fourth street entertained several members of the Mothers leisure Club at her home Wednesday evening. Following the business meeting bunco was played with Mrs. Joe Yoive Really Missed Something If You Haven't Seen ;'f E Our Tremendous Selection Of peautiful "r FALL COATS LAY THEM AWAY NOW! EASY WAY TO PUDGET! BLOUSES Gorgeous fievf Fall Ones ' 32 - U ; 2.99 lo 5.00 3,: !' ixro $w win Gregory winning bunco; Mrs. Everett Mlnnetr, high; Mra. Homer Miller, low; and Mrs. Joe Gurchie, guest. .m VBffi CHILDREN'S .JQOATS an4 you'll twinj right into th Refreshments were served ana the next-meeting is to be held in two weeks with Mrs. Glenn Clayton. r Mrs. Granger Hostess To Universal ft&H Club Members of the tf ft H Club met at the home of Mrs. Maggie Grang INFANT'S er In Universal recently for their regular meeting. Three guests, Mrs- Tnelma Gross. Miss Maxlne Riley and Guy Weal Vanzo attended the meeting. Bunco was played with prixes go-( A Size for Everyone In the Family from Little Sis to Mother! Dozens to Choose From and Such FAMOUS MAKES! CRAFTSBIRE AMERICAN WOOLENS DONNY PROOK DONNY LAINE SC YORK MODES YES! We Have Coats From 14.95 to 71.24 MISSES- COAT5 VoMen'S ;3ATS Here's A Sample of One Our Fast Selling Numbers. 100' 'pure Virgin Wool In HERRING PQN.JWEED. f J) limelight- in colorful peswni fcloui nd bright gad-about swinr ckirt from tAurjMy't. C!ousesI.S8 to 2.98 Shor-u-'-vitp wkil M witli DaHerlnf fuu mbfo;jrJ K)uv ndliM. Lc tifi short itnn. ia 12 to lb. SkHs 2.98 3 S8 6udy multicolor prinfi rod, grooo, Uuo, or bUck fcadjoundi. $ wnprouod plootl front And booV; fvo jbuttoo fec doling. Sum 24 io 29. ing to Mrs. Minnie Vanzo. bunco. Mrs. Grace Brann, high and Mrs. Caroline Bazzani. low. Other members present were Mrs. Alice Certain and Mrs- Kate Hedges. T995 YOU CAN'T UJ5AT THIS ' LOW PRICE! 1(1. Marlene Lawson Observes Pighth Birthday Recently Miss Marlene awson of Universal celebrated her eighth brthday anni versary at a party given at her home recently. Guests attending were Marilyn and Carolyn Cole, Josephine and You Are Invited To Use Our Conveniept LAY-AWAY PLAN TODAY j Adolph Powell, Marilyn Antonlni. Joan and Bobby Iawson and the honor guest. Games were played and delicious refreshmenta were served. Marlene received several nice gifts. a Mrs. Margaret Evans and children Cef Them Ready For School a LOUISE'S Now! of South Eighth street have returned home after spending the past week visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. V i ' fr r ; J Foster and children of Cartersburgb, sno-suits m) nd. Miss Salley Weeks of Carters- burg la visiting bere (his week. SKIRTS JUMPERS See Our Line RLOUSES for the Little Ones 11.19 to $3.99 and LECCING SETS f Children's DRESSES AU Sizes $1.49 to " f6.95 " P ASHING! DARLING! Chetnik Styles GIRLS' FINE FALL Sweaters Cirdisao sod tlip- 1 ,98 I" on iyle, oil col- on, a w . 3.98 Many Sizes And Styles! 1.98 you'll love diose colorful iidc sweip id" lot ym LAY THEM AWAY NOW! BE PREPARED FOR WINTER Mrs. Mary Bonucchl, 1015 Morgan street, was admitted to ine county Qi GSRLS' ANKIi: SOCKS KJ I hospital Sunday as a surgical caae Mra. Utura Undsey, 241 North Sixth street and Mrs. Pauline Hlx-on, Scotland, HI., were dismissed from the county hospital Smart coHer.n in rayon and collo.i Ait Anklets 25s 29c, 39c Children's Hats, Bonnets, Caps There Is No Substitute For STYLE AND QUALITY Get Poth At CLINTON, INDIANA luiits to woar wiiti t'acki, ipor c'olhoj or school dreust. 6 to Oj. MUHPHf S 20c 25c 7J I Notice I The riintonian Wauls Your News. Phase Call Mix tM fa Report Social News. Phone 82 or V PARIS, ILLINOIS y y J JJJ JJ'J'H

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