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Page Three THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Tuesday, September 12, 1944. A L H D A B 1 (& Clinton Social Notes Miss Gloria Macaii arrived in Clinton Sunday afternoon from Hollywood. Calif, to spend eight days with Miss Lillian Kandera of Pike street and other relatives. . Throw Tour Scrap Into the Flgtatl ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP f 137 Xortll 7th St. PHONE 1H4-W S GUARANTEED PERM ANENTS z . Tuesday Crompton Hill PTA meeting at the schoolhouse, September 12. El Fourteen Members Attend Happy Hour Bunco Meeting Fourteen members of the Happy Hour Bunco Club of Universal met at the hall Monday evening for their regular meeting. Mrs. Grace Brann was hosteBS for the meeting. Following the business meeting, bunco was played with Mrs. Theresa Pilipovieh winning high; Mrs. Ann Vallosla, bunco; Mrs. Maggie Granger, low; and Mrs. Ann Coun-cell, travel. Mrs. Vallosia will be hoxtess for the neit meeting, Monday night. Mrs. Conner Entertains Club Friday Afternoon Six members of the D. E. B. Club Picnic Supper Saturday Evening At Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Hlse entertained wilh a picnic supper Saturday evening at their home south of Jacksonville. Those attending were Harold Jackson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Olenn Keys of Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wright of Crompton Hill and Mrs. Mine's father. A social time was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Harriet R. Pierce of Danville, 111., formerly of Clinton, Is snendinif several weeks in Craw- jfPBIKFHV Pvt. and Mrs. Paul Edwards, 516 North Eighth street, are the par met at the home of Mrs. Louise Conner on South Third street Friday afternoon. Bunco was played following the business meeting wl!h Mrs. Kovine Eaton winning high; Mrs. Maxlne Turner, bunco; Mrs. Edna DuEKer, low and Mrs. Marguertite Crowder, travel. Mrs. Dugger and Mrs. Crowder received the birthday gifts from the members. The next meeting will be held in two weeks at the home of Mrs. Crowder. Mrs. Carter Morrison, the former Eunice Church of Clinton, now of Indianapolis visited with her aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell of South Main street Sunday afternoon. Miss Catherine Cervo of Indianapolis spent the week end in Clinton visiting friends and relatives. Miss Eleanor Osborne and Catherine Cervo spent Sunday with Olympfa Corrado. fordsville with her father. Dr. W. H. Ristine. Dr. Ristlne recently fell downstairs and was severely bruised, but Is recovering and plans to ents of a daughter born at the Ver go to Lakeland, Fla. early next million County Hospital Monday. The infant weighed six pounds and thirteen ounces and has been named Constance Faith. Mrs. Edwards ie the former Miss Blanche Berry. Pvt. Edwards is now stationed with the United States Army in Hawaii. month. His son. Col. B. F. Kistine of Lakeland is to go to Crawfords-ville and accompany his father to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge N. Warden, Thirty-Five Guests Attend Barbecue Held Labor Day Mr. and Mrs. Hob Vrzina and Mr. and Mrs. John Karanovich entertained with a picnic dinner Labor Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vrzina in Fairview in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Blblch and Mr. and Mrs. John Slmcich of Chicago. Approximately thirty-five guests assembled at the large table on the lawn, the main event being the barbecued pig which was prepared before the guests. In the afternoon, several of the guests motored to Terre Haute to the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Mleklcli and spent the afternoon. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Nick Blblch and fumlly of Des Plalnes, III., Mr. and Mrs. John Sim-clch, George Pesku of Slilrkleville. Mr. and Mrs. George Mlcklch and daughler of Terre Haule, Miss Anna Trbulak of Indianapolis. Local guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vrzina and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Karanovich, Mr. and Mnj. Trbulak and family, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bonomo and daughter, Mrs. MIckett. Mr. and Mrs. John Palon-cy, George Bohanhan and Jucau Karanovich. Centenary Ladies Club Hold Regular Meet Monday One guest, Mrs. John Jasper of Chicago was present at the meeting of the Centenary Ladies Game Club held Monday evening at the meeting hall. Following the business meeting, bunco was played with Mrs. Linda Usselman winning bunco; Mrs. Mildred Aimone, high; Mrs. Mary Mui-zarelli, low; Mrs. Kate Bonucchl, travel and Mrs. Edith Holbert, mystery. Refreshments were Berved by the hostesses, Mrs. Bonucchl and Mrs. Clemaine Guerri. Mrs. Tillie Bennett and Mrs. Glen-na Berrisford will be hostesses for the September 2G meeting. Bunco Played At Blanford B. B. Club Meeting Recently Mrs. Angeline Marietta was hostess for the B. B. Club of Blanford at her home recently. Bunco was played at two tables with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Helen Marietta, bunco and travel; Mrs. Bessie Runyan, high, and Mrs. Agnes Bohinc,' low. Mrs. Sarah Warden of Rensselaer, and Ernest Warden of Wichita, Kan. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. rarl Trihble and Mrs. Dorothy Whit- comb of 1235 South Sixth street. TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE ONE-HALF CENTURY CLUB AND LADIES' AUXILIARY We are looking forward to victory and peace in Europe, and no doubt feel an urge to celebrate that victory. But let us pause and remind ourselves that the downfall of Hitlerism does not mean the end of the war and that our boys in that theatre of war may be transferred to other battlefields. We have many sons, grandsons and other relatives in the service. Some of us have had personal losses in this conflict, and will continue to suffer grief and sorrow. So let us not be too jubilant over partial victory. Let us, as a truly American and patriotic organization, take the lead in a safe and sane celebration, fully conscious of the fact, that no victory can fully compensate for our boys who have paid the supreme sacrifice in the defense of our Country. Let us also beware of, and to turn a deaf ear to those groups, and to certain newspapers and periodicals, who are at this time endeavoring to build up a class hatred in our own Country. Their plan is to create a disunity here among ourselves, where whites are to be arrayed against Negroes, Native born against foreign born, Rich against the poor, Young against old. North against South, and Conservatives against Liberals. Is not this the system that our boys have been fighting against, in the Old World. Are they to shed their blood and to give their lives in vain, "God Forbid." So let us continue to follow and practice the teachings of our Order, That all Men are created Equal. And that we gladly grant to others, every right, social, civil, religious, political and personal that we claim for ourselves. And as we observe the victories as they come, let us do so in our homes, in our Churches and in our Clubs. And to make every endeavor to prevent any of our demonstrations to become riotous or ribald. Rather let us give thanks to our Heavenly Father, that He so willed that we should win, and then only because we waged a war for freedom. Right and Justice. Your Sage joins you in fervent prayer for an early end to this conflict, that we may again take up our normal life, that our boys may soon be home again, united with their families and to live in love, security and safety in the good old U. S. A. Fraternally Yours, t. l. Mcdonald, Sage. Notice! The Clintonian Wants Yonr News. Please Call Miss Lear To Ilcport Social News. Phone 32 or S3. PERM ANENTS At Prices To Fit All Purses ADAMSON'B BEAUTORIUM 1165 South Main St. Phone 502 Mrs. Elzora Hlnkle, Cayuga and Mrs. Reba Fleak, Detroit, Mich., were dismissed from the county hospital Monday. October 1 Deadline Set For Canning Sugar Lots Mrs. Lucy Doolin, chief clerk of the Vermillion County Rationing Board, announced today that the maximum per person on canning sugar is 20 pounds. Persons who have not applied for their allotment must file application by Oct. 1 as the board will not issue coupons after that date, she said. e o o sie Houston, President. Women's Republican Club, 7:30 p. m. Basement of Clinton Hotel. Golden Ktar Club meet at the home of Mrs. John Ugo, 7:30 p. m. Pythian Sisters meeting, hall 8 p. m. After business meeting there will be a birthday and entertainment. Delta Theta Tau- Meeting at 7:45 in Half Century Club. Patronesses Mrs. W. M. Leeds and Mrs. E. A. Lewin will be hostesses. Minnehaha, 7:30 p. m. at the hall. Cutting Committee of the Red CroBs will resume duties, Tuesday at . m. Wednesday Builder's Class of Falrview Methodist Church, 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Beard. Friendly Bunco Club, 7 p. m. at the Clinton Hotel. Those not attending call 713-R before 10 a. m. Wednesday. Red Cross Surgical Dressing 7-9:30 p. m. Past Noble Grands Club, 7:30 p. m. Oddfellows hall. Entertainment committee, Mrs. Kate Kelsheimer and Mrs. Nora Wilson. Refreshment, Mrs. Nora Sears, Mrs. Agnes Mac-kie, and Mrs. Jeannie Scullion. The Young Women's Croup of the First Presybterian Church, Mrs. Everett A. Davlsson, sponsor will meet at tho home of May Gugliel-mettl next Wednesday evening, Sept. 13. Wednesday Embroidery Club has been postponed until September 20. Trt Kappa, initiation services, 8 p. m. at the home of Rosemary Wright, 627 Blackman street. Wednesday Bridge Club meet with Mrs. Effie Slater, Mulberry street, 2 p. m. First meeting of the year, election of officers. Mrs. Fred Antonini of the Liberty Apartments No. 6, 258 Blackman street will entertain with a party in honor of her sister, Cpl. Laverne Fisher. All members of the Tem-pus Fugit are invited to attend. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Idle Wile Club, 2 p.m. Mrs. Guy Southard, first fall meeting. Tues. Cal. White Heather Circle, 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Agnes Renwick, 730 North Seventh street Thursday Red Cross Surgical Dressing 1-4 p. m. Red Cross Knitting 1 p. m.-4 p. m. Christian Church Choir. 7:30 p. m. at the church. Band Booster's Club, Important meeting, 7:30 p. m. at the gym. Golden Rod Girl Scouts of Hill Crest Community Center. 4 p. m. Pocahontas Lodge, 7:30 p. m. Bunco and Euchre at 8 p. m. Caledonian Society, -2 p. m. Mrs. Walter Shorter, 645 South Fifth street. Assistant hostesses, Mrs. James Gilmore and Mrs. Alec Law-son. Friday Wabash Camp 1517, RNA. Regular meeting and noon luncheon, Mrs. Jennie Groves, 906 Elm street. Jacksonville PTA meeting at the school, September 15, 7:30 p. m. Anyone Interested may attend. Brouilette Chapter, DAR, 7:30 p. American Beauty Shop ', Vera Mae Black S12 8. Main Phone 09 . 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Slacks which will contrast and give your adolescent boy that smart well dressed look he desires. m. at the home of Mrs. Dom Ri-cauda, Winnie Cilfoy, assistant hos tess. Mrs. Howard L. Hanoeck, guest speaker. Rosedale Rebekah Lodge To Be Hosts For District Meet The Rosedale Rebekah Lodge will US entertain for the fall district meet ing of District 14 at the IOOF hall , - September nieanslschoordays 'and study nightsgaia ,i Proper lighting in your home especially near the studyj Thursday, September 14. Mrs. Bes sie Harvey, district deputy president, will preside at the afternoon meeting. The Rockville degree staff will . " table, or desK is important ana so easy w.us; confer the degree work at the eve fee it's so easy to neglect. -" n nrp thi Usrht i Arteauate." See to it that vour " D " "I children don't do their lessons in their own shadows. ning session. All Rebekahs are invited to attend and bring a covered dish and table service for the supper. 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