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August 31, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Page Three THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Thursday, August 31, 1944. 4 Clinton Social Notesty I LOUISE Jnc No Shortage Martha Lewis To Wed Army Chaplain, First Lieutenant . of Announcement has been made of V5 Thursday B. Sj P. W. nicnic has been post (he engagement of Miss Martha Elizabeth Lewis, daughter of Mr. poned Indefinitely. and Mrs. Mortimer Lewis of New In Our Pocahontas Lodge 7:30 p. m. Bun STORE co and Euchre at 8 p. m. Nrjr Is The Time to Prepare For Fall. Why not Belect that new complete outfit now while stocks are tremendously complete. Louise's features nationally advertised merchandise at popular prices. Ourstore is Clinton's home for such famous makes as Donnybrook, Fernbrook, Craftshire, Nan Carson, Essex. Regina Rit-mor, Supreme, Artemis, Mary Grey, Paris, Sandy Kay, Carole King, Joan Miller, Irma Hill, Jo-Dee, Jerri, Claire Tiffany and others. Friday Octette Club. Mrs. Julia Hatfield. Noon luncheon at Clinton Hotel Dining room. Members meet at 1!:30. Mnrfern Martha Sunday School Class of Methodist Church meet at 7:30 p. m. at the church. Bring handkerchief for Miss Elsie Ralston. SWEATERS Amerito's loveliest Sweaters Norma Foreman, Newport Married At Noblesville Mr. and Mrs. Roy Foreman of Newport recently announced the marriaee of their daughter. Miss port to Chaplain First Lieutenant W. G. Keucher. son of the Kev. and Mrs. O. Keucber of Pleasant ville, N. J. Miss Lewis was graduated from Franklin College and is a member of Gold Quill. Alpha, and Fill Beta Phi. She Is teaching music in Avilla High School. Lieutenant Keucher was graduated from Franklin College and attended Pleasantvilie Seminary and Chicago University, receiving his master's degree from the latter. No definite date has been set for the wedding as Lieutenant Keucher is at present somewhere in New Guinea with the amphibian engineers. Friendly Bunco Club Meets At Baxendale Residence Mrs. Thi'liua Baiendalc entertained eight members of tbe Friendly Bunco Club at her home Wednesday erening. During tbe business meeting, the members voted on new rules to be adapted by the elub. Following the business session, bunco was played with Mrs. Delena Birch winning high. Mrs. Mary Shannon, bunco Norma Foreman, to Herbert Puesch- m caMCssb ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar V. Pueschner of Stetsonville, W is. The marriage took place in the parsonage of the Friend's Church at Noblesville. Ind.. at 10 a. m., Aug. 1. The single ring ceremony was wrrnrmeri bv Rev. Frank Long. The bride was attired in a blue crepe street length dress with black accessories. She had as her attendants, her sister. Miss Ruby Foreman of Newport, and cousin. Miss Mary West of Indianapolis. MrB Pnec1iner. a graduate of Newport High School with the class of 1941. has been employed at tne and travel and Mrs. Josephine' Chambers, low. I The time and place of the next J RCA and Company for tne past 1 Yes We're Clinton's Home For CAROLE KING See Our Large Selection Today At three years. The bride-groom Is a graduate ot the Dorchester. High School. Dorchester. Wis., with the class of 1940. He Is at present serving in the U. S. N. R. at Herzl Junior College, Chi- rvrn 111. JNAL meeting will be announced in the eocial calendar. Mrs. Carl Miller New Stitch-In-Time President Mrs. Carl Miller was elected president of the Stitch-In-Time Ciui. at the meeting held Wednesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Ernest Dixon, 3 John slreet. Mrs. James Thomson was elected reporter for the elub. The next meeting Is to be held September 25 at the home of Mrs. Miller at which time each woman is to bring a covered dish for a pot-lueti dinner. Plans were also made to remember each member with a small birthday gift- Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Delena Birch of 430 South KieMla street returned IboBue Tues Have You Plenty Of Sweaters? Well We Have! You Just Must See Our Tremendous Selection! Cardigans Sloppy Sues Slipovers Sloppy Joes Tangerine, Yellow, Kelley, Fu-schia, Spice, Florid Red, Dusty Rose, Melon. White, Black, Brown, Pink, Purple, Lavender, Blue and Others! You'll Find Our Price Range Wide. 2 .3 5'95 5'so All Nationally Known RITMOR REGINA SUPREME Join Our SWEATER CLUB Let Us Show You How To Get Free Sweaters Don't Delay Get Your Membership Card Now! Chenille Robes Quilted Robes Satin Robes Artemis Lingerie $-.99 to $4.95 Following the ceremony, the eon-pie left for a short trip to Chicago and northern Wisconsin. Perrysville Residents Tell Daughters Recent Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crisp of Perrysville announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Lena Mae Crisp to Conrad E. Smith, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith, also of Perrysville. The single rim? ceremony was performed by Rev. MeGauhey of Veed-ersburg at his borne in that city Friday evening. The young couple were attended by Gerald Morgan, imrr la.Kumate of the eroom. and $8.95 Mrs. Forrest Wooster. sister of the bride. day after spending the past l'our; weeks visiting her husband. S lc Charles r. Birch at Ft. l'ieree, Fla. Mrs. Smith is a graduate of the Perrysville High School with the class of 1943 and is employed as a at just $8.95 Touches of multi-stitching make this Bobbie Brooks original eye-catcher. The jacket of this two-piece smoothie boasts a nattering open-throat neck line and two pleated king-size pockets. The jaunty skirt is alluringly box -pleated, fore aad aft to add swing to every step. Comes in gay, glamorous colors. Sim 9 tO 17 clerk in the Miss Rosenberger store. Mr. Smith, also a graduate from (lie Perm-eville Hzh School with the Rayon Gabardine Dress. Con Oldest Party The Labor party is the oldest of the three main Australian parties. The United Australia party and the Country parry usually vote together and in the Federal Parliament have formed seven coalition governments since 1923. class of 1940, has been In the Navy trasting solid color trimming and bow-tie. Pleats in back for the past four years. He recenoti) rainmui tram the South Pacific ar skirt. Green, Gold, Tan, Blue ea where lie had spent the past $8.95 three and a half years, tie is now home on a 30 day leave. with contrasting trimmings. . . 12-20. Halley's comet was last visible i during May. imi. Many Olhtris In This Fatuous Line Jivin Janes Entertained At Weir Home Recently Miss Norma Jeane Weir entertained the Jivin Janes at ber home re Notice! Tbe Cliirtwuiaai ' Your Kewa. Itrane H temr To ib'fturt Kial Si. I'taune 33 or S3. Let's Talk About Coats! cently. HANDBAGS FOR FALL Following an Important business mipiiiH. refreshments were served. Dancing was enjoyed by those present: Misses Dorothy Craft. Helen Louise Hope, Shirley Cottrell, Dor 4 othy Guinn and the hostess. fin AumiKt IS. Miss Dorothy Chesterfield Sport Boy Box Tuxedo i PEKMANEMS Specialized Hair Styling AUAMHOVS HIIU'TOItHM 355 a-i South Main St. Phone 502 Children's Teen-Age Misses Women's -i yr A tfoMtSr PERMAKEKT WAVE S 1 59 ') We Have Them All ' V And Not Just One Or Two To Choose From But Doz- . Nataral-kwkinir curie and waves mm mureeasily, cuul-ly. ccimitirta.il y. at tame. LK it yourwiil. The amazing Fabrics - Leathers finowherry was hostess tto four members of the club. Tliere was no business meeting due to the aiisenoe of several members. Those attending the meeting were Misses Dorothy Craft. Dorothy Guinn. Norma Jeane Weir and Dorothy .ftno-wberry. Halmahera Under Renewed Allied Aerial Hammering (Continued from pas 1 1 CiamM' rt 1 See Our Large Assortment ZIPPERS, DRAWSTRING. CLASP TYPE We Have Them conta 1 1 rvrrrvT hiruT vmi Trwd jxrmanrn ( wave otuLiini. curiwfc. nhaTi.juo and wave -l Easy wtx putting yuur liair up m curlers. Insist on the annuine Charm-tLurl A.ninca'6 largwit ing home permanent wave kit. Gel urn utday at Ciilliri J'.mriutny imtl AW J'ni Stun-. A nd Tidies! Look At The Price! I ens. Our Price Range Will PleaBe! Here's An Example Of Quality At Price 100rc Virgin Wool Coats. Size3 10 -19. $19.95 Other Coats And Prices In Proportion! Mam. add N Sparkle to 1.99 t39 EOO C.95 7-95 Plus 20 Z 3 D I Fed. Tax FALSE TEETH lvjsNO BRUSHING 59c CHILDREN'S PANTIES Elastic All Around Pair Klaenrte cntfc watmr. Wmlul brtMhin. Jomt put puur plat? ur ibridjcrwitr in rlaas at water, add a Jittie kltwntte. trwtol Biaflfcetrf aiaiiw. taminh. luod tin 4iaBppear. Your Ux-th ttparkk like Every Day Is Baby's Day At Our Store. Buy Him Something New Now. V, ait foar frntf mi uoiriur & imnc Remember He's Only A Baby Once! w . . 45c 59c TRAINING PANTS, Sizes 1-6 ELASTIC ALL AROUND It Will Pay You To Read This Carefully! We've Really Got Something Here! Mary Grey-Lady Isabel HOSIERY Very Sheer, Seamless, First Quality Hosiery. In New Fall Shades! 2 pairs 89c For The Little Girl Going To School BLOUSES .JUMPERS DRESSES SWEATERS SKIRTS BONNETS COATS -r au.v good clriiKKiM. i 7 lP i BABY HOODS. Knitted For Boys, $1.29, $1.59 ly damaged' another off the far Bortbem Jap bastion m'liile navy Ventura search plan oord at di-retrt hit ill a tctediUiHa ita,n-kr, 'ttiine tlb "enemy n fire dm raid oai-d acted Sunday. A larpe -enemy ar-po ship vae also bombed by a Ventura near tSuribaiChi on the southern coaHt of Paramuehiru a.nd a toeavy exploeiun was bwrV'ed foJlomitiR the Attack. Another Ventura attacked am fenemy patr&J venaei witii un-diacloned resultB. Jitua iwwibi Pacific fleet lieadq uartem aluo diKClofied another maeh aLeainst I wo Jima in the Voltuitio lebuide. On the niKbt of Auc. 27-28. Seventh AAF LjberalorB bombed the airfield at Iwq iima. Two enemy planes hieh n-ere in the air at the time f tbe attack, did not choose to attempt intercept ion. Paean Island, one of the few remaining Jap bases in the Marianas, was hit again by Liberators on Sunday. Fires were observed after the attack. On the following day, fighter planes bombed and etrafed And Girls - 100'i WOOL, White, Blue, Pink $1.99 BABY'S FIRST SHOES. 100 Wool $-50 Felt -Pink, Blue, White- SizesO-3 I g AND YVA1T- I VunRAL Home That's Not V r MARY I 1 K GREY : 51 GAUGE '5 2 !'r. Umit I IF - HAWAII DIAPERS - Form Fitting. No Folding, No Bulge Pkg. of 6, $1.69 DIAPERS - Sponge Knit, Extra Absorbent Dozen $2.99 SHIRTS - Long and Short Sleeves. 10 Wool. Cotton 59c - 75c KIM ON AS. Full Cut Flannelette - Pink and Blue 89c GOWNS, Flannelette and Knitwear - White and Colors 89c - 99c Dozens and Dozens of Other Items. Ac mm W m . wa;n'lia sw I IVs utuBor.n At r Clinton If Vs Quality Pin Twill ff C . I V - 1 t g fUr, Ind. Kaa-rreftt Orrafetfa Coat & Legging Set Sno Suits Don't Disappoint The Little Ones This Winter Lay Their Outfit Away NOW! ! ! The American Automobile asaod- j ft JIV maky uveraiis . gMMlJ niGHT ation is a non-prom, civic Mar i tion Krbich belongs to its memberm. 1 Its president is a non-paid official j XAOVSEpA L"r- rW' ran. Th reat organization now u wy i L to C I NL. Ill proximately i.uw.uuu mcuiKn. l IAS- I l jasSasSsSSBSama-- " " w i nil mi ur iim Reai Our Up-to-Date Sport Newi (

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