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t Wednesday, September 6, 1944. THE DAILY CLINXONIAN Page Three Interesting Social .tyews Everyday Twenty-Second Annual Foncannon Reunion Held Clinton Social Notes fll1 The twenty-second annual Fun days and 41 the total of barges and coastal craft wrecked or damaged. On Dutch New Guinea, it was disclosed, American troops have killed another 72 Japs, captured 242 and liberated 25 former prisoners of the enemy. cannon reunion was held Sunday at the home of Miss Laura Foncannon of St. Bernice. A basket dinner was Wednesday Red Cross Surgical Dressing 9 a. m.-ll:30 a. m. 1 p. ni.-4 p. m. 7-8:30 p. m. ' Red Cross Knltins 1 p. m.-4 p. m. Teachers and Officers meeting of PERMANENTS Spouiulized Hair Styling ADA.MSO.V8 MJiAlWUIUM 3D5 South Main St. Phone 502 served at the noon hour. Mrs. W. Lykins Honor Guest At Federated Club Meeting During the business meeting, W. T. 3c and Mrs. Robert Johnson, 215 North Sixth streot, are the parents of a son born at the county hospital Tuesday. The infant weighed eight pounds and two ounces and has been named Robert Maxie. Mrs. Throw Your Scrap Into the Fight! Frank Crawford was elected presi The council meeting of the Fifth the Christian Church Sunday School District Federation of Clubs was dent for the coming year. It was Tempus Fugit. Important meeting also voted to have the reunion at held August 30 at the home of Mrs, 1 Octette Club Members Meet At Clinton Hotel Recently Mrs. Julia Hatfield was hostess recently at a noon luncheon for the members of the Octette Club. The luncheon was held in the Clinton Hotel dining room and the table was beautifully decorated with pink and white tapers and a centerpiece of pink dahlias and white phlox. The regular bunineHs meeting1 was at the church, 7:30 p. ni. the home of Miss Foncannon next Johnson is the former Miss Cnunvry I fi I .l. i K t.twn Tnrunrin . Hugh Banta at Kockvllle with Mrs. V. H. Lykins of Covington, state president of Indiana Federation of year. . ..... . . .I A ,."u..:M Shannon, w. T. Johnson now sta The following relatives and friends were present: Mrs. Jack rlKe Birwuu alio. ij. . ford, jr., assistant hostess. 7:30 p. in. All members urged to be pres Mitchell, Danville, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Clubs, as the honor guest. A covor-ed dish luncheon was served at noon. ent and bring topics. Wright Van Duyn and son, Paul Roaeilale, Mrs. Charlotte Blanford carried out with Airs. Kuth All ThurHflav Acme Club. 7:30 p. m. Mrs. D. Mary Brkljack, Mary and Joe Fon reading the minutes lu the absence cannon, Rose, Mary Lou and Evelyn O. Hlatt, South Fifth street. Center Home Kc Club will meet Carrico and Frankie Nevins of Paris, III., Mr. and Mrs. Oakie Nolan, Mr, tioned somewhere overseas. F 1c and Mrs. Joseph Kerro, 1.17 North Eleventh street, are the parents of a daughter born at the county hospital Tuesday. The infant weighed six pounds and lias boen named Linda Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coonce, R. 3. Clinton, are the parents of a daughter born at the county hospital Monday. The infant weighed seven pounds and thirteen ounces and has been named Mary Joann. Mrs. Coonce 1b the former Miss Mary Kathryn Williams. Pvt. and Mrs. Harold Rollins. R. Thursday, September 7 at the home of Mrs. Albert Sturm, 2 p. m. and Mrs. Jerry Board, Mrs. Charles Ladies Auxiliary of the One-Half Corado and daughter, Carolyn, Mr, and Mrs. Edgar Eaton, Mrs. Marga Century Club, club rooms, 7:30 p. ret Wagner and daughter, Norma, During the meeting, the women were asked to write to Congressman Noble Johnson about the Equal Rights Bill Dicharge Petition No. 19. Mrs. Walter Jones was appointed State Chairman of Library. The following members from Vermillion County were present. Mrs. Charles Sanders and Mrs. Nolle .loh nson of Perrysville. M rs. CJ race Darroch. Mrs. M. A. Langlin, Mrs. Holla Jordan and Mrs. Frank Cox of Cayuga, Mrs. Walter Jones, Mrs. Roy Butts and Mrs. Ora A. Doyle of Clinton, Mrs. H. C. Dies of Evans-ville, formerly of Clinton was a guest. Mrs. Lykins, state president, as Miss Adeline Rossie, Mr. and Mrs. American Legion Auxliary, Legion Home, 8 p. m. Clyde Hiddle, Laura Foncannon Mrs. Homer McMillan. Mr. and Mrs James Pinson and Mr. and Mrs. Outing Club picnic, 6 p. m., Mrs. Louis Leek, 931 South Main Clinton are the parents of a of Mrs. Dorothy Hild. Bunco was played with Sirs. Marlon Southard winning, high; Mrs. Helen Heacock, bunco, and Mrs. Mary Kimble, travel. . Those present were Mrs. Heacock, Mrs. Kimble. Mrs Southard, Mrs. Uva IMttenger, Mrs. Alley. Mrs. Katherine liechtold substituting for Mrs. Hild, Mrs. Louise Petak substituting for Mrs. Mildred Hollings-worth, one guest, Mrs. Marie Keller, and the hostess. - The next meeting will be held September 15 at the home of Mrs. Helen Heacock at 143 North Fifth street. fi&I'W TO HOLD DINNER SKIT. Jl The annual anniversary dinner of Johnson, Dr. S. I. Green, Mrs. Coy Lames Missionary nocieiy oi me daughter born at the counlv hosni E. Sims of St. Bernice, Mrs. Daisie Christian Church will meet at the tal Tuesday. The infant weighed six church basement at 2: do p. m. pounds and fourteen ounces and has Collier, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ummel Mrs. Laura Dunkley, Mr. and Mrs. Circle 1, WSCS, meet with Mrs Roy Taylor, South Sixth street, for John Dunkley and son, Jack, Mrs. Nellie McCown, Miss Campbell, Mr. one o'clock luncheon. Bring own ta well as all chairmen present gave an interesting talk. I and Mrs. Paul Campbell and chil ble service and covered dish. Mrs. Ora Doyle had a display and dren, Barbara, Mona, Tommy and Jimmy, Mrs. Vera Robertson and Friday Rebekah's birthday party at hall, daughter, Joan, Mrs. Margaret Moo- sale of work completed by the blind and a free will offering was taken for the Blind Memorial Fund. It was 7:30 p. m. for those having birth ney, Mrs. Bessie Martin, Mr. and been named Janet Fay. Pvt. Koltins is now stationed with the United States Army at Ft. Custer, Mich. m New Blows Shatter Jap Bases as Yank Planes Sweep Pacific GEN. MAC ARTHUR'S HQ., New Guinea. Then more Japanese freighters and 27 barges or small vessels were added today to the growing toll of enemy shipping tak days in January, February, March and April. Mrs. Robert Foncannon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van Duyn and Mr. and DEB Club, 2 p. m. with Mrs. Lou Mrs. Frank Crawford and daugh ise Conncrs, South Third street. also reported that Hendricks County of which Mrs. L. D. Lumpkins was president had given $51 to the Blind Memorial making amount District second in the amount given. The District Convention will be held at Greencastle on September Current Event and Art Club, one the B & PW Club will be held September 11 at the Hotel Doming in Terre Haute instead of this Thursday as,warf' announced Tuesday. Mrs.' Quilla Cervo and daughter, Catherine of Indianapolis spent the week end with their mother and friends. Mrs. Cervo was the Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Nova Pyle, o'clock at the home of Mrs. Frances Lowder on road 41. Everything fur nished. ter, Marily of Cliuton. Frists Entertain Guests At Home Over Week End Labor Day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Frist, north of town were their daughter, Mrs. Russell Danes of Lafayette and niece, Mrs. William Whyte and en by Allied airmen ranging over the wat.ers from Dutch New Guinea to the southern Philippines. Thirteen barges and smaller OJojrital Mr. and Mrs. Tony Walovelk of Port Washington, Wis. have for the past week been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Verhonik and Katherine Bybee of Universal. Mrs. Katherine Thomas and daughter, Ialene Jean, attended the Kentucky State Fair at Louisville, Ky. over the week end. craft,, laden with Jap troops, were destroyed or damaged by patrol daughter Catherine Bell of Wyandotte, Mich. bombers operating along the Meua- Miss Carmelita Ball and Miss Mae Griffin of Indianapolis vis Mrs. Dorothy Latinovich, Univer do coast in the Celebes. Freighter Sunk ited with friends and relatives in sal, was admitted to the county hospital Monday as a surgical case. A 1,000-ton freighter was sunk by Blanford over the week end and La Clayton Harrison, Rockvilie, was night partols in the gulf of Davao in the southern Philippines. Sunday callers at the Frist home were Mrs. Byron Hunter and daughter, Annabell of Fairview, Mr. and Mrs. Du Fa Lee and children, Freddie and Nancy Lee of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, Mr. and Mtb. Russell Miller of Clinton. Mrs. Dom Costello and children. Marna and Tony and Mrs. Eaton Meyers. Notice ! The Clint on ian Wants Your News. Please all MiHs lear To Keport Social News. Phone 32 or 33. - bor Day. Miss Ball and Miss Griffin are employed at the State House in the admitted to the county hospital Friday as a fracture case. Eight other Jap cargo vessels, in Howard Thomas, R. 2, Clinton office of Rue J. Alexander, Sec. of cluding a 4,000-tonner and seven smaller ships, were sunk or damaged and Derek Maxwell. Universal, were admitted to the county hospital Saturday as surgical cases. in a night attack on llalmahera Is State. Mrs. Lawrence Luce of the Wabash apartments is visiting her Charles Glaze, 1935 Vine street. land, powerful enemy bastion lying midway between Dutch New Guinea and the Philippines. In addition, 13 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brouil-lette of Chicago. Mrs. Luce also vis was admitted to the county hospital Sunday as a medical case. Lloyd Richard Grigsby, 259 Casey I ROBERTA'S 1 BEAUTY SHOP 137 North 7th St. PHONIC 1K4-W 1 CCARANTEKD g PERMANENTS barges were sunk or damaged off Halmahera. i ited her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Harry street, was admitted to the county L. Luce and infant daughter, Shar hospital Sunday as a surgical case on Rose of Hammond. Rural Residents Entertain Over Holiday Week End Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hardie of route two. Clinton had as their house guests over the week end the following: Misses Maxine Pad is h, Jerre Richards, Merle Jean and Mary Janice Gilbert and Billie Richards of Gary. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spurr Sr., Mrs. Mrs. Fern Wllfong, Hillsdale Mrs. Haiel Edlngton and baby, R Patrol BouiIkts Active Night patrol bombers sank a Jap coastal craft at Aboina, south of Hal- . mahera, and forced a 1,000-ton freighter to beach. Today's bag of enemy shipping an-1 nounced by Gen. MacArthur raised to 27 the number of freighters reported destroyed or damaged in two J - SELECT YOUR TOPCOAT NOW! f $25-oo to $7500 Alpacuna Alpagora Royal Paca Mangora Royal Cord . ROSENBLATTS 2, West Terre Haute and Mrs. John Almone. and baby, 1002 North Eighth street, were dismissed from the county hospital Saturday. Mrs. Marcella Hutson and baby, Ethel Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spurr, Jr. all of Universal. Mrs. Edward Hardie, Jr. of Clinton. Mr. R. 2 Clinton, was dismissed from the county hospital Sunday. Mrs. Jennie Zecketti. R. 2, Clinton was dismissed from the county hos and Mrs. William Spurr and daughter, Judy were afternoon callers. m m m VISIT PARENTS OVER WKKK KNI pital Monday. Mrs Letha Mae Thomas and baby American Beauty Shop Vera Aluu Rluck ttl2 8. Main I'lioiie KH-cializrl Hair SljliiiK Permanent Wave Phone For An Appointment Ninth street and Mrs. Gene Schafer Miss Norma Beard of route three and baby. R. 4, Rockvilie, were dis III'Y MOKE BONDS SPEED VICTORY! has returned to her home after missed from the county hospital spending the past month visiting her sister, Mrs. Velina Farrington of , l 'l t ( Mil I S 00152 Fairfield, O. Accompanying her home to spend Tuesday. Can at Thirty Miles Cars traveling at 30 miles an hour can stop within 57 feet on anti-skid treads, surfaced with dolomite, asphalt and filler. the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Beard were Mrs. NfflHiillimffilffl Farrington. Mrs. Helen Butler of 1 1 ffiflf"" Back-to-School Togs! More AIloTf In 1918, only one out of every 25 tons of steel produced was alloy steel. In 143 almost one out of ev ery sue tons produced was alloyed. Leesburg, O. and Mrs. Mable Setty of Washington, O. Sunday afternoon they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Farrington. !!-' Mrs. Robert F. Reed left Friday for Oklahoma where she will visit with her brother. A. M. M. 3c John P. Smith who was recently married and living at Hobart, Okla. Before returning home, Mrs. Reed will visit with relatives at St. Louis and Kirk-wood, Mo. j 13flr L .1 f MM 520 IlJ TODAY'S PATTERN The WARM MORNING amazing, patented, interior construction principles produce heating efficiency that has astounded hundred of thousands of users throughout the Nation. The only coal heater of its kind in the world I Semi-automatic, magazine feed Hold 100 lbs. of coal Burns any kind of coal, coke or briquets NO CLINKERS You need start a fire but once a yea Assures a substantial fuel savings Requires less attention than most furnaces Heats all day and night without refueling. See the WdffM MORNING Today t thai take high.honors Girls' Sweaters Cardigans or slipovers iu fine or A flQ Miss Wilma Mcintosh and Mrs Etta Chuckman and husband, John, w eaves. 1 " to Hpent the Labor Day week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William It Mcintosh of 619 Elm street. 9 Mrs. R. N. Cloyd of St. Elmo, AT J. DOUGHTY FURNITURE STORE Clinton, Ind. 111. is spending a few days with her Wool Suspender.Skirts Colorful, pleated fall- m Og round stylo with but- 7B-toii-011 straps. 3 to6.' Embroidered BLOUSE mm MIT..; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Har rison of 321 John Street. Mrs Har rison is ill at her home. iiuflle - wl(ed white cuilon bloiiw. brightly embroidered, 'i to 1.49 Have a Coca-Cola Let's go places ll) fj 9162 It m Boys' Sturdy SLACKS Cavalry twills' in solid m OR colors, cassiineres in'. .checks f 1 1 I and overplaids. BOYS' SPORT'SHIRTS! Alwjrlcnt, sturdy; 79' knitted cotton in stripes. ith crew- Lnecks and short sleeves,. Lovely to look at, delightful to wear, and a cinch to sew: fattern 9162 la smartly designed and, with dainty embroidery, ideal for gifts. Pattern 9162 misses' and women's sizes: 14, 16, 18, 20; 32. 34, 36, 38, 40 and 41. Size 16, 2 yds. 39-inch. Embroidery transfer included. 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