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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Page Three THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Tuesday, September 5, 1944. CUtsifi d Ads Sell Most Anythinf f a m m ( Clinton Social Notes V M K M A N K N T H l.tucinlizcd Hair Styling AJ,MSO. JtKlVl TOIUl M B0& v2 South Maiu St. ' Plioue 50i Sharon Taparo Observes Second Birthday Recently Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taparo of Blanford entertained August 30 at their home with a birthday party honoring the second birthday of their daughter, Sharon Rose. Those present were Mrs. Rose Ber-toglio, Minnie Bertoglio, Mrs. Louise Nolte. Mr. and Mrs. Albino Fenoglio, Mrs. Bass Pastori and daughter Barbara Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Guer- nials of a Ui ussels radio report that Germany had capitulated. Attempts to trace the source of the ruiuor were unsuccessful. London Gupped by Kumor? Despite the strongest possible denials of this report, Londou was the center of a speculative flurry throughout the day. Jne typical rumor was that King George was to make a sepcial broadcast. This was promptly denied. Headquarters reported three German divisions now trapped in the Pas de Calais coastal area of northern France. Unconfirmed reports said that Allied artillery is shelling Aachen and possibly other strongholds inside the Germau frontier. Mrs. W. T. Russell and daughter.' Mable of Dayton, O. and Rev. and Mrs. Ira, Downs of Alaska visited with Mr. and Mrs. KmeBt Dixon over the week end. They all attended the Dlxon-Hiberlj-Dowiis leuniou at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe J'ugh at Kidgefariu, ill. Sunday. Mrs. Laura WobBter has returned to her home on South Seventh strout from North Manchester, lnd. where she was ill at her daughter's home, Mrs. Morris Aguew. f Mrs. Kay Romano of '. South Fourth street spent the week nd visiting with relatives in Chicago, 111. Mrs. Daubergor of Pittsburgh, Pa. and Mrs. Anna Jones of Indianapolis were week end guests of Mrs. Wiu-,uie Norkus. Tues4ay Booster CluL- J: 30 V- t the hall. . Wetesday Parke County Kcno"l Club meet with Mr. Uoyle, 4U South Fourth street. Assistant hostesses, Mrs. Oertrud .N"r"be',;rr' Mrs. Kdlth Adams, in Mrs. Winnie Gilloy. 1:0 p. m. Federated Patriotic K(A'iees allied wltli the Cirand Arnf' of the Uepuhlic. Covered dish luncheon. K. of V. Hall. 12 o'clock. Mothers Unsure Club, 6 p. n'- l ttie home of Mrs. (Jlenu ClaytOJ.1- au,i rtiil, ttW-iiic. & D. 111. and ri and son. Elmer, Anthony Pi,ln Haruzelli. Jr. all of Clinton. Stef ani-Collier Vows Heard Last Wednesday Mrs. Dave Gideon of the Doughty apartments in Clinton, anuouuceB the marriage of her daughter, Elsie Stefan! to Seaman First Class William Collier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Collier of West Union, 111. The young couple were united in marriage Wednesday, August 30 in Marshall, 111. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Allen Collier, brother of the groom, sister of the bride and Betty Collier, sister of the groom. The bride was attired in a wool street length dress of dove blue with black accessories. Her corsage was of pink rosebuds. Mrs. Collier graduated from Clinton High School wilh the class of 1941. Mr. Collier attended the Hut-sonville, 111. High School. At present he is serving with the Navy us an Armed Guard. After an overnight visit in Clinton and West Union, Mr. Collier return ll v a pim Teachers and Officers meeting Kf Alwoyi (Miieiw. VCW JMiflnjf AW U2 mtnutM. PUauotk your grocar 4ot "oor ,ye The superiority oi American lr-men over Japanese fliers is believed to be partly due to the notoriously bad eyesight of the Japanese. the Jliristlan Church Bunoay bcuoo at the church, 7: SO p. m. j Tempus Fuglt. Important meeting at the home of Mrs. Mareno Terando, innii Pike street. Mrs. C. W. Hux r r ylack Spurr has returned to his hon-'C alter spending the past uionth with hU aunt and uncle in Albuquerque, JlN'. M. Local Couple Wed Friday At Fairview Church MisB Kutli Cross, daughter of Mrs. Lige West of South Fifth street became the bride of Cpl. Wuodrow Foncannon, sou of Mr. and Mrs. lien Foncannon of route three, Clinton, In ceremonies performed Friduy, 7 p. m. at the First Methodist Church in Fairview. Rev. J. Godwin read the vows for the single ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lyday were the attendants of the young couple. The bride was dressed in a blue crepe street length dress with brown accessories and wore a corsage of red roses. Mrs. Lyday was attired in blue with black accessories and her corsage was also of red roses. The bride was graduaU'd from Clinton High School with the class of '37 and the groom with the class of '35. Cpl. Foncannon who is stationed at Mitchell Field, N. Y. left this week end for his base. Mrs. Foncannon will remain in this city for the duration. m m Mrs. William Whyte nee Miss Lor-rine Miller formerly of this city, now of Detroit, Mich, and her daughter, Catharine Belle and Mary Edith Frist called on Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell of .South Main street Monday. 0 m Miss Madge Follz returned to her home in Hammond Wednesday after upending a few days with Mrs. Freda Searing and friends in Universal. Mr. and Mrs. August Taparo and son, Dennis Anthony of Centenary, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Baruzelli, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Victor Gambaiani and son, Larry James of Blanford, Mrs. Frances Guglielmetti and Grace Payne of Terre Haute, Mrs. Mary Jarodksy and Mrs. Bible of Paris, 111. Refreshments were served and baskets of candy and favors were given to the children. Sharon Rose received several nice gifts. r Happy Birthday Club To Hold Meeting At Newport The Happy Birthday club held an all day meeting Thursday at the home of Mrs. Charles Griffin of Parke County. At noon a lovely covered dish dinner was served. Gilts were exchanged and the afternoon was spent socially. The time of the next meeting lias not been determined but it will be held in Newport at the home of Mrs. Claude Morgan. Those attending the meeting Thursday included Miss Maude Morgan, Miss Edith Gosueli. ed to New York to report for active duty. Mrs. Collier will return on Sunday from West Union to Clin ThrrdUSArmy Belieyed Cross Germarn Border Continued froaa muw I) ton to reside at 242 Elm street. ford, jr., assistant hostess. 7:30 p. m. All members urged to be present and bring topics. Ladies Auxiliary of the One-Half Century Club, club rooms, 7:30 p. m. . American Legion Auxliary, Legion Home. 8 p. m. Outing Club picnic. p. m., Mrs. Louis Leek. 831 South Main. Ladies Missionary Society of the Christian Church will meet at the church basement at 2:30 p. m. Circle 1, WSCS, meet with Mrs. Roy Taylor, South Sixth street, for one o'clock luncheon. Uring own table service and covered dish. Friday r.irrput Event and Art Club, one r r SPENT WEEK END AT KENSSEIjAEK Mrs. Dorothy Whitcomb and daughter. Miss Carolyn, and Mrs. Pearl Tribhle and sister, Mrs. Wil Tlip itv of Cilfiers. southeast of Aire which is about 26 miles below liam Dutell spent the week end in nnOTl:ir. lnd. as guests of Mr. Dunkeruuc. was taiiell by Britlsh- Mrs. Claude Morgan, of Newport. and Mrs. George N. Warden and Mr. fanndiiui-Polish forcits. Still other Mrs. Holland Hayes, Mrs. Charles Huxford. Mrs. C. W. Huxford, Jr., Warden's mother, Sarah Jane War REGULAR $8.50 OIL PERMANENT TWO FOR $0.50 Two i or the Price of Qnej Wed., Thurs., FrL, Sat September 6-7-8-9 JHONJ5 JEAJrfcLy OK AFr-OlNrMKNT 556-J MADEL r 1ILLG 955' South Main St. F Poles and Dominion fighters captured thousands of enemy officers and den. o'clock at the home of Mrs. Frances Mrs. Herbert Keltz, Mrs. Fred Ad Katurdav evening was spent at the ,,,,,,, sia thev slaminod across the Lowder on road 41. tveryiiuug iui- Canche river, while official spokes- nished. Sportsman Hotel on Lake Freeman, at Monticello. Ind. honoring Mrs. ams, Miss Tillie Huxford, Miss ur-vena Huxford and the hostess. Guests present were Mrs. Dorothy Whitcomb. Miss Carolyn Whit men testified anew to ti e speed ot Nazi retreat by their tersw announce LOCAL 11VF HONOIW FATHKK.S ment that "bridges in I lie Louvain area (15 miles east of BruBsells) re comb, Miss Mary Evelyn Grillin, Jimmy Griffin, Lewis Heaton, and Charles Wayne Huxlord. Notice ! The Cliutoniaii Wants Your News, Please t all Miss Lor To Report Social Kens. Phone 32 or US. portedly are intact. Members of the uapusi Fellowship of the Baptist Church entertained their fathers at a watermelon feast Monday evening at Sportland Park. The entertainment was in charge German defenders at Boulogne, however, still are holding out, they Sarah Jane Warden's geveuty-fittli birthday anniversary. f Grace Payne has returned to her home in Terre Haute alter spending the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taparo and daughter, Sharon Rose of Blanford. - Mrs. Charles Harrison is ill at her limiin nn .lntin street. declared. Unofficial dispatches said r Local Women's Relief Corps To Entertain Wednesday ThP local Women's Relief Corps of Miss Patty Holler. A lar&e num will entertain the Federation of Pa ber of the members ana tueii lathers were present. r iu w T. Russell and daugh triotic Societies of the fifth District earlier ithat the fall of the port is but a matter of hours. The Allied drive now has carried into the Netherlands city of Breda and well on the way to Koturdain. which General Elsenhower apparently hopes to capture intact. A spokesman reiterated early de Hied with the Grand Army ot the ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 North 7lli St. J'HOMC 184-W GUARANTEED PERMANENT! m m 1 1 Ralph Shattuck, who is employed 1 1 at the City Offices, is still ill at his Republic on Wednesday of this ter returned to their home in Dayton and llev. and Mrs. Downs and .,rf in Dixon were Monday week. Thp federation is composed of the S . home on Elm street. Richard Neff Corps of Sullivan, the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mont Downs of Cayuga. r Mrs. David Ward of Buffalo, N. BETTER HURRY Morton and Baird corps oi terre Haute, the Auxiliary of Ulinn Camp, sons of Union Veterans of Terre Haute and the local Relief Corps. Guests are also invited from Rockville. A covered disli luncheon will be served at the noon hour with a business session and program fol Y. and Miss Pauline nen oi anapolis were week end and Labor Day guests of Mrs. Corinne Hall. r un Pete Viettl of Nash GET THEM READY NOW FOR ville, Teun. are spending the week lowing. I with his parents, ir. m M. Vietti. J",! BACK TO SCHOOL VMMfiTIl J M B&PW To Hold Anniversary Dinner At Hotel Deming The Business and Professional Women's Club of Terre Haute will hold their anniversary dinner Thursday at 6:30 p. m. at the Hotel Deming in Terre Haute. Miss Sally Butler will be the guest speaker. Members of the local club plan Yes, it s hurry, hurry, hurry get them ready for hack-to-school for they need those tall sweaters, coats, suits and dresses now. You'll find that your school-ager will profit by starting each day of the new school year in clothes that are "model fresh" and you'll also he pleased at the way our dry-cleaning process cuts down oil wardrobe expenses. Mr and Mrs. Klnathan Hatheway. in She MODEL CLEANERS Cayuga, are the parents oi a sou horn at the county hospital Friday. The infant weighed seven pounds a,,rf twelve ounces and has been ning to attend are to call Estiier No lan by Thursday. named Herbert Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. James van noi, r 1 inwi3i art t he oarenis oi (SwaSomeir EmttexesS son iiorn at the county hospital Sat urday. The infant welguea seven i,r,imd ajid fourteen ounces and has been named James Olenn. Mrs. Van Horn is the former Miss uioria Delph. S. 2c and Mrs. J. Vernon Cox, 1 Jkv Cayuga, are the parents or son born at the county nospnai ! 3l a TjlJJSm& I ,1 W The infant weighed eight pounds jjl Public Service Company of Indiana, Inc., announces, brwithr postwar plan in the customer interest -a gram of cooperation wilh all dealers and electrical and plumbing con , tractors handlingtinstalling or servicing appliances using electric and ot gas service from Company lines. For the benefit of the customer, the Company will assist in making available 10 him a wider variety of appliances in a greater scale of price and nine ounces and lias oeen uauieu J. Vernon. Jr. Mrs. Cox is the former Miss Opal Webster. S 2c Cox is stationed in San Diego, Calif. S C 3c and Mrs. Norman Goldman, 801 South Fourth street, are the parents of a daughter born at the Vermillion County Hospital Monday. The infant weighed seven pounds and nine ounces and lias been jiauied Klizabeth Ann. Mrs. Goldman is the former MiBS Klaiue titungs, man ue " wi7 . Until tha wor rlricld produtfion of nw appliances, the Com McKay. S C 3c Goldman is now sta- "EITHER FARM ERRANDS Oft WAR WORK! Our 194 l lord is kept on the go wub A. A. A. Commictcc, Hoard of J-.ducation, lum Bureau, L'.b. O. and War Bond work, besides farming." tioued in the Pacllic area. ',.i Mrs. William Josepli Heeder announce the birth of a sou, William Joseph, Jr. born Aug. ri n Osborne, Ohio. The infant, who weighed five pounds and ll ounces at birth is the first child in the family. Mrs. Keeder, the former 5 r & -- Miss Rosemary Cogan of Clinton, is mm making her home with her sister, pany maintained al fortes and inventories of appliances for tale to the customer. In future, this will not be done. Instead, the Company will do everything in its power to distribute information about appliances and directions for their proper use, and will cooperate with the local dealers or contractors who, in all cases, will do any and all actual telling. The Company will be alert to provide service, assist with installations where assistance is needed, supply home service experts for advice and instruction to the customers, and provide j a financing plan where dealers or contractors and customers wish that done. Wore, the Company will conduct cooking schools, ; maintain model displays of kitchen ond other utility equipment, and in general assist in standardizing sales methods for the customer's benefit. ' ilrs. Loretta Senilar at present bile Corporal Reeder is on active luty with the t'S Marine Corps in the Pacific area. 'WE ALL USE THE FORD -my wtfe for household trips and volunteer work and my boy for his 4-H Club and scrap-drive activities, it's gooc 64,000 miles and it's okay." I FRIST FUNERAL Through JuneT July "! August, the Company sponsored a series of ( Sure glad I've got a FORD!" says wiliur t. hilmeth. Farmer tLKJIART, IOWA HOME DAY OR NIGHT AMBULANCE? SERVICE meetings with local dealers tod is glad to report they seem unanimously ' interested in the cooperation program. Their feeling, too, is that it will be useful in establishing for the customer a better all-arouud service than be has ever had. jjfc Additional information on this cooperative program in the customer ' interest will be published in this newspaper before, and after, the post- J war reappearance of household appliances on the market. up. And almost always, the owner gives a big share of credit to his friendly ford dealer, whose careful Protective Service contributes so much to maintaining America's essential transportation. Forty years of reliability, stamina and low-cost operation have aude l ord cars the choice of millions. Letters from Ford owners in cities sad towns and in the country, tell bow well iheii cats axe standing "COSTS MIGHTY LITTLE TO RUN! It delivers good gas and tire mileage and needb very few repairs, and the good looks and comfort surely last, too!" SERVICE COMPANY OF INDIANA, INC.1 ; f PUBLIC HEWS NOTES r tUFordmoin porW Of ptonf, trm ktrgiit et ilt kind, coal it It prinupai fvW. ut U ordf or Moop-vorW in Itm mnlir fawMi.-ig ai d it n cheom-tktld and knt ai a reJic. tiovedat th ami it puttmtfd, biawm iaia Itm boart if go.

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