The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on August 25, 1944 · Page 3
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August 25, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Page Three THE DAILY CLINXONIAN Friday, August 25, 1914. LWfid his Sell Most Anythiaf Paris where the Amcricau Third Ar Cndergrounsl Mining Mining under the ground is done my pushed east pt Seus and was reported uucouflrmedly to be some- In various ways. In a driti mine. a..' i i- : i i,.. ( Clinton Social Notes J ( Uomm V1 VotU here within miles of the tier- wkw u Wu man border. PERM ANENTS Specialized Hair Styling A.DAMSO.VS JUi Al XOIUl M 865 y. South Main St. Phone 502 the same as tunnel into the side of hill. In a slope mine the opening is made by a bore that goes down from the surface to the coal deposit on a slow incline, rather than horizontally as in drift mine. Jolly Eight Members Have Picnic At Roadside Park Jron Obtained V M Per Cent Pure For experimental purposes iron has been produced not less than 09.99 per cent pure. Friday Rebekah Lodge meeting 7:10 P m. Oddfellows Hall. Monday Job's Daughters meet at the library at 4: SO p. m. for picnic. Tuesday Minnehaha 7:80 p. m. Thuradav Pocahontas Lodge 7:30 p. m. Bunco and Euchre at 8 p. m. Members of the Jolly Eight Club antnvfit . uirnic suniier at the Road side Park on state road 41 Thurs Job's Daughters Hold Initiation Services For One New Member Carolyn Dunlap Joins Union eUil. Plan .Ud- Fur Iconic Monday Kvpning. ricnic Marks Farrwttll Party "or Member. rinv evpninr. Followins: the nicntc the club adjourned to the home of Nickle Bello, 405 North Tenth street, was admitted to the county hospital Thursday as tonsillectomy case. Mrs. Lida LaVanne. 622 South Fifth street,, was admitted to the county hospital Thursday as a medical case. Mrs. Joan Sims and baby, 1518 South Fourth street; Mrs. Jane Warden and baby. Rockvllle and Miss Juan I la Lindley, Kingman, lnd were dismissed from the county hospital Thursday. Mrs. David Jenkins on south iuira street. Smart Back-fo-School Togs! Bunco was played at two tables with Mrs. Joseph Gaboney winning Miss Berrisf ord Co-Hostess Gamma Omicron Chapter h ch: Mrs. George Sanders, bunco Impressive Initiation services were Mrs. Raymond Thomas, low; and Miss Margaret Berrisford and Mrs. David LindseT. low. Miss Marie Nattkemper entertained conducted last night for Carolyn Dunlap by members of the Clinton Bethel of Jobs' Daughters in the During the business session planB several members and guests of the were made for a wiener roast to oe Gamma Omicron Chapter of the Kap-bo Delta Phi Sorority Wednesday held In two weeks. hall on South Main street. Miss Louise Call, honored queen Other members attending were evening at the home of Miss Berris conducted the initiation work in the Mrs. Oscar Howard. Mrs. Frank ford. Greulich and Mrs. James Second Battle Of Paris Ends In Liberation A buffet supper was served, after presence of a large group of visitors, including Miss Dunlap'a mother. Mrs. Marry Dunlap, Clinton and aunt, Mrs. Nichols of Paris. During the evening Mrs. Ruth which bridge and pinochle games were enjoyed. Mary Short and Daisy Osterhage won the prizes. A game Guest Attends Acme Club Meeting Held Thursday Shew presented the Bethel with a Mrs. Homer Eaton was a guest at white Bible which was placed on of "Hidden Desires" was also played. Guests attending were Mrs. Norma Brown and Miss Patricia Brown of Noblesville, Ind.; Mrs. Jessie Davidson, Miss Hilda Lou Salmond of the Acme Club meeting held Thurs (Continued tram page l) the altar by Miss Sally Cogan, chaplain, and used In the initiation ser Dwight D. Eisenhower's advanced headquarters said that liberation of vices. Plans were made for a picnic Monday evening with the winners in the recent ticket-sale, Miss Call, Clinton, Miss Mary Margaret Rousch of Washington. D. C. and the patron Paris by French and American for ces now "is a fact.") day evening. Mrs. John Ross entertained at her home on South Fifth street. Following the business meeting, bunco was played with Mrs. Marietta Fold winning high and travel; Mrs. Ruth Bridgeman, second high; Mrs. Edna Anstead, bunco and Mrs. Lenora McCracken, low. Mrs. Birdella Brown received a Georgina Alley, Miss Normalee Ko- esses. Mrs. Bertha Terhorst and Mrs. Mabel Stoner. Members of the chapters attend The rapidly constricting pocket below the Seine was tightened when Allied forces at th ewesternmost end ing were Ernestine Bonnett, Maxine of the battle line occupied Hon- fleur, only five miles across the mouth of the Seine from the large birthday gift from the club mem Beckwitb, Ethel Sexton, Daisy osterhage, Thelma Nattkemper, Kathryn Bartenbach, Merle Carlin, Isabel Cleghorn, Myra Bogard. Mary Short. Maiaie Reynolds. Marie Nattkemper, port of Le Havre. bers. Germans Are Encircled The September meeting will be Supreme headquarters announced held at the home of Mrs. Anna Hi- that the relentless pursuit of the en att on South Fifth street. Margaret Berrisford and Anna Mae Cheek. emy forces toward the Seine con Oscar Howard of South Fifth tinued unchecked. The Germans now nopka and Miss Mary Catherine Sawyer, as guests. The event will mark a farewell party for Miss Sawyer who Is leaving Tuesday for Uloomington, Ind. to enter her freshman year at Indiana University. POCAHONTAS MKET THURSDAY Twenty-five members of the Pocahontas Lodge met Thursday eve-ing at the hall for the regular meeting. Bunco was played with Mrs. Walter Burnside winning high; Mrs. Grace Yowell, second high; and Mrs. Minnie James, bunco. . ... P Mrs. Archie Densmore of Terre Haute was the Thursday guest of her brother. W. M. Gilmour of 641 Nebeker street. are encircled In a pocket running street received a foot injury while Jolly Homemakers Meet At Phillips Residence ' Mrs. Parke Phillips of Nebeker roughly from the Risle river on the working at the Northwest Coal Mine west, through Brionne to Elbeuf Wednesday and is now confined to and thence to the Seine. his home. He is reported to be Im British and American forces which street entertained the members or the Jolly Homemakers Club at her proving satisfactorily. converged to close the ring around home recently. Seven members of ... Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gross, Mr. the Germans established contact at Brionne, 14 miles southwest of the the club attended. Bunco was played following the nearest bend of the Seine. Mop Up Foe and Mrs. Ernest Dixon and Ben Fon-cannon were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Foltz. A melon feast was enjoyed. business session with prizes going to MrB. McCracken, Mrs. Groves and Mrs. Armstrong. Mopping up operations were in progress behind the Brionne-Elbeuf line. Delicious refreshments were serv ... Mrs. Ben Foncannon is viBitlng Fighting continued in the Elbeuf with her mother, Mrs. Dollie Wells, ed during the evening and the next meeting will be held in September at the home of Mrs. Armstrong on .' :x area which still is in German hands. Allies Hold All Roads at Chauncey, 111. ... . . . .. i , .. . . . - . The Allies were astride all roads Notice! The Cllntonian Wants Your News. Please Call Miss J-ar To Report Social News. Phone 82 or 88. m Miss Betty Machino of Indianapolis is a guest of Miss Georgena Alley of South Fifth street. FOR BACK TO SCHOOL BOYS' TWO-TONE CASUAL JACKETS Two-tone sleeves and collar in solid colors with harmonizing sport weave fronts lsl Boys' All-Wool Trentwood Sport Coat Solid colors with soft suede finish. Hugged sport O (M weaves are good for fall! Half-lined. Sizes 10 - 18. ! BOYS' WARM STURDY TROUSERS 40 7c wool slacks In herringbone and O (0 check weaves Boys' Plains and Plaid Sport Shirts Long sleeves in pastel plains jC3 or gay plaids " Boys' Plaid-lined Poplin Cossack Jacket Slide fastener, adjustable cuff 9 f"l and side straps ! Boys' Coats and Slipover Sweaters Plain knits and warm sport weave I (Q cloth fronts . I sw 00000000000000060000000000 O - W leading out of Beuzeville, between Honfleur and St. Philbert. Allied forces were across the Risle at Bourdgessus, eastward to Ber-nay. The Germans fought spasmodic rearguard actions, but offered no serious resistance. St. George du Vlevre was taken enroute to the Risle. The Germans continuing to trickle across the Seine were being bombed by Allied air forces all the way. Headquarters jald there was no late news on activity southeast of o o stead; s o o o o o o o A LITTLE BETTER-'" Phone 129 220 Elm St, ooooooooooooooooooooopo00 FEDERATED CIXB8 TO MEET The district council meeting of the Federation of Women's Clubs will be held Thursday, August 31 at the home of Mrs. Hugh Banta, district president, in Rockvllle. Mrs. Lykins. state president, of the Federated Clubs, will be present at the meeting. All women of the club are urged to attend. ... SINDAY SCHOOL PICNIC The Sunday School picnic or the First Baptist Church will be held tonight at i p. m. at the Sportland Park. I Supervised games will be held for the children until 7 p. m. followed by the picnic supper. Meat, bread, refreshments and table service will be furnished and all members are urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morarity have returned to Chicago, 111. after spending a few days with Mrs. Mor-arity's mother, Mrs. Laverna Cross-ley of Fairvlew Park. J. Nelson Reeder left Thursday for Chicago to attend the funeral of Mrs. Rose Hayden. While In Chicago, Mr. Reeder will visit his daughter, Mrs. Harvey Hayden. Mr. and Mrs. W. Humphrey have received word that their son, Edgar has been promoted to the rank ft Summer Clearance Sale of IS Famous Stoneswear COTTON SLIPS KM of Corporal. Cpl. Humphrey has Sizes 32 to 42 Of been in the Army since ucioner, 1943 and is now stationed at Camp Blanding, Fla. Mrs. Christine Sampson of Washington, D. C. is visiting her mother Mrs. Christine Graham of Sycamore street. Her daughter, Patricia, who spent a month in Washington, D. C. returned with her. i STARTS SATURDAY, AUG. 26, 9 a. m. 125 Dresses That Formerly Sold at 8.95 9.95 10.95 (pj) ALL CO AT ONLY .... K)0 J None Held Back! Be Here Early to Get Yours! 75 FORMERLY WERE C) (p)(u) 5.95 Aim 5.00 now . . . J J Peach and White! Fine quality, white broad- cloth slips guaranteed one yearl Ideal for under uniforms, housedresses or for afternoon dress I Comfortable, fine fitting skirt and built-up shoulders. Snow white! Deep hems I Cotton Crepe Night Cowns SAVE SAVE SAVE Pvt. and Mrs. Leon Edlngton, R. , West Terre Haute, are the parents of a son born at the Vermillion County Hospital Wednesday. The infant weighed eight pounds and four ounces and has not been named. Pvt. and Mrs. Owen Hutson. R. 2 Clinton, are the parents of a daughter born at the county hospital Thursday. The infant weighed eight pounds and fourteen ounces and has hine quality, smooth cotton gowns in dainty floral prints. Smart cap sleeve O . 1 qq styles. Pink, Blue and White in Sizes 16 I . W 10 to 20. 25c 30c Metal Zippers 7 inch Metal Zippers 8 in. & 9 in. OUT CO GIRLS' SHOUTS Were 3.95 Now 2.00 THEY WONT LAST LONG! GET YOURS EARLY! been nameC Sandra Lou. Mrs. Hut-son is tho former Miss Marcella Rush. Pvt. Hutson is now stationed somewhere overseas. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence of the Wabash apartments have received word of the birth of a daughter born August 21 to Private and Mrs. Harry L. Luc at St. Margaret's Hospital in L.iuimond. Ind. The infant weighed six pounds and two ounces and has been named Sharon Rose. This is the first child in the family. Pvt. Luce is with the U. S. Army somewhere in the Southwest Fine Quality Pink Elastic 3-4 in. size, yd. 25c 1-2 in. size. yd. 19c White Elastic ..... yard 15c Curtain Stretchers .... 2.90 Galvanized Tubs no. 2 size 1.49 Ironing Doard Pads 59c Ironing Doard Covers 23c & 29c Ironing Cords With Switch 1.29 Washing Machine Covers There Is No Substitute For Style and Quali Get Doth at 79C and SI Fine quality, firmly woven muslin covers in hooded, slipover styles. Protects your machine from dust and dirt. Launders easily. Children's Boom Suggestions for the children's room are a toy box made from tho drawer of a broken-down bureau and a set of blocks created with odd scraps of wood left over from carpentry jobs. The blocks can bo painted with letters, ships, flower or whatever your fancy dictates. CLINTON, IND'. PARIS, ILL Class Egg Plates 60c

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