The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on September 13, 1944 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, September 13, 1944
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Wednesday, September 13, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Threfl the county hospital missed from Tuesday. Shepardsville Ladies Aid Holds Annual Picnic Dinner f Clinton Social Notes H The annual picnic of the Shep Throw Vvur Scrap into th Fight! Wednesday ardsville Ladles Aid was held recent Crompton Hill Bunco Club, at the ly at Sportland Park. An all day Mrs. Doyle Hostess Recently for Parke County Homemakers Parke Homemakers Ec Club Members Present Inlterestlng Program At Regular Meeting. Mrs. Newton, October Hostess meeting was enjoyed and a basket Burton, Miss Kathleen Taylor and home of Helen Evltt, 7:30 p. m Mildred Hutson, assistant hostess. American Keauty Shop Vera Mae Black dinner was Bcrved at noon. Miss Owens and social calendar Builder's Class of Falrvlew Moth Refreshments were served In the Mrs. James Ashley, Mrs. Raymond ill 2 H. Main Phone 00 odlst Church, 7:30 p. m. at the afternoon and games and contests Delta Theta Tau Holds First Fall Meeting Tuesday Sorority President Announces home of Mr. and Mrs. William Gilfoy and Miss Martha L. Reed. Games were played and refresh Frunklln Knopp, R. 3. Clinton was admitted to the county hospital Tuesday as a surgical case. Donald Thomas, It. 2, Clinton, Derk Maxwell, Universal, Jane Ill-ley, Pails, It. 1, and Viola Kwll't. 743 South Sixlh street, were dis were enjoyed by the women and chil Beard. Kp-i IjMI.ed Hair styling Permiinent Waves .Plume l-'or An Appointment dren with prizes being awarded. ments served during the social hour Friendly Bunco Club, 7 p. m. at The Parke County Homemakers Those attending were Mrs. Leittha with Mrs. Leeds and Mrs. E. A. Lew. in, patronesses, as hostesses. Ec Club of Parke County met at Ellis and daughter. Mui-ln, Mrs. Ve the Clinton Hotel. Those not attending call 713-R before 10 a. m. Wed Committees For Yearly Program. the home of Mrs. Ora A. Doyle on ra Scott. Vernon and Ronald Ellis, Mrs. Margaret Stewart and children. South Fourth street, Clinton recent ly with Mrs. Gertrude Nurnberger, nesday. Red Cross Surgical Dressing 7-9:30 p. m. Past Noble Grands Club, 7:30 p Christian Conference To Be Held At Rockville The fall conference of the ChriB Robert and Chnndwena, Putly Ann Williams, Mrs. Margaret Pugli and Mrs. Edith Admas and Mrs. Winnie Gilfoy assisting. The meeting was opened with the children, Bob, Cathleen, Delia, Shirley Ann and Janice, Mrs. William Curry and grandson, Sonny Curry m. Oddfellows hall. Entertainment committee, Mrs. Kate Kelshelmer tlan Churches of ' Vermillion and Parke Counties will be held In the Club Collect repeated followed by and Mrs. Nora Wilson. Refreshment Mrs. Walter M. Leeds and Mrs. K. A. Lcwui Hostess For Meet. Mrs. Walter M. Leeds, patroness of the local chapter of Delta Theta Tau aorority, was honored at the first fall meeting of the organization last night in the One-Half Century Club. MrB. Leeds and Dr. Leeds are leaving the latter part of this month to make their home in Vln-cennes, Ind. The sorority presented Mrs. Leeds Rockville church, Friday, Septem the Flag Salute led by Mrs. Gilfoy, of Chicago, 111., Mrs. Betty Wallace and daughter, Sharon Sue, Shirley Mrs. Nora Sears, Mrs. Agnes Mac- ber 29. An all day meeting will be The song, "Flow Gently Sweet Af- kle, and Mrs. Jeannie Scullion. held. ton" was sung. Mrs. Grace Van Brockmler, Mrs. William Hartman, The Young Women's Group of the Duyn gave a talk on James Whit- These conferences are being held In the various counties of the state Mrs. Bessie Gossctt and son, Kenneth, Joyce Foltz of St. Bernlce, Mrs. Myrtle Pugh, Mrs. Margaret comb Riley and Mrs. Waldo Nevins on Edgar A. Guest. Achievement First Presybterlan Church, Mrs. Everett A. Davlsson, sponsor will meet at the home of May Gugllel- beginning September 18. STAC PARTY SPONSORED BY THE MOOSE MOOSE CLUB ROOM 32iy2 South Main St. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20 PUBLIC INVITED At each conference there will be Newklrk, Mrs. Neoma Brewer, Don Day is to be held at Turkey Run, metti next Wednesday evening, Sept. representatives of the missionaries October 24. na Brewer, Mrs. Lieu Curry, Mrs. 13 Mrs. Clyde Weaver was elected Dora Riley and children Betty, Her- Wednesday Embroidery Club has vice-president and Mrs. Bernlce schel and Mildred, Mrs. Haiinu Blackburn, Mrs. Ruth Clnotto and been postponed until September 20. Nurnberger, Mrs. Grace Van Duyn a gift following the business meeting. Committees for the year were announced by Miss June Owens, president, and included social service Mrs. John Miller, chairman; Mis. Wilma Stillwell and Mrs. Henry Pa-loncy; pre-convention, Mrs. Robert and benevolent causes of the Christian Churches. Mrs. Doss Curry who has been home for several days has returned to Mishawaka where her husband is employed. and Mrs. Hazel Newton were daughters, Phyllis, Maxine and El- Tri Kappa, initiation services, 8 m. at the home of Rosemary pointed on the nominating commit Wright, 527 Black man street. tee. Mrs. Fred Antonlni of the Liberty Mrs. Hamilton reported a nice dis myra of Syndicate, Mrs. Leona New-som and children, Hila Jean and Ronald, Mrs. Evelyn Berry and sons, Harold and Tommy, and Bob Berry of Clinton. Pvt. Herbert Hallet Feted play at the Fair at Rockville where home made toys, dolls and animals were displayed. Apartments No. 6, 258 V, 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. The lesson, "It Pays to Play in War Time" was given by Mrs. Anne Notice! The Cllntonlnn Wants Your News. Please Cull Miss Lear To Iteport Social News. Phone 8!i or 83. PERMANENTS At Prices To Fit All Purses ADAMSON'8 BEAUTOKIUM 355 South Main St. Phone 502 At Basket Dinner Sunday Adams assisted by Edith Adams. Members of the Church of Christ White Heather Circle, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Amelia Manship Is to give held a basket dinner Sunday at the at the home of Mrs. Agnes Renwlck, a display of articles made from paper at the meeting to be held Octo 730 North Seventh street. Thuraaav home of Mr. and Mrs. James Voto and family in honor of Pvt. Herbert Hallett who is home on furlough. Those attending were Miss Bertha Arndt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Brown and Jobs' Daughters, regular meeting K O O at the hall, 7:30 p. m. Council meeting, 6:45 p. m. All members o o o are urged to attend. ber 4 and Mrs. Hazel Newton with Mrs. Claude Coburn, Mrs. Lizzy Hamilton and Mrs. Evelyn Shaw assisting. It will be an all day meeting with a covered dish luncheon served at noon. Two new members, Mrs. Jessie Schultz and Mrs. Lucy McLaln, were present. Other members attending were Mrs. Joe Adams, Mrs. Riley "Freshen Up" for Fall, HAVE THOSE FALL AND WINTER GARMENTS DRY CLEANED NOW! Fmsteads Ladies Bible Class of Christian Church, church basement, 2:30 P Cut This Out For Future Reference: TO ALL MY PATIENTS: I Am Leaving All of My Records of m. daughters, Roberta and Virginia, Mrs. EHa Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Folden and daughter, Mary. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hallett and daughter. Vera, Pvt. and Mrs. Hallett, Miss Grace Hallett, John Hallett, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hedges, Mr. and Fairview PTA, 7:30 p. m. at the school. Adams, Mrs. Clifford Bell, Mrs, Red Cross Surgical Dressing 1-4 Letta Bennett, Mrs. Fred Bennett, o o o o 9 O Mrs. Earl Biggs, Mrs. Ray Biggs, "A LITTLE BETTER" Mrs. Winnie Gilfoy, Mrs. Ora A. Mrs. Herman Hedges. Betty and Eddie Hedges, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kempton and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Metz and daughter, Phone 129 220 Elm St. Joanne, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Har Prescriptions For Glasses With The PARAMOUNT OPTICAL CO. Doule, Mrs. Charles Griffin, Mrs. Albert Hamilton, Mrs. Chester Mode-sltt, Mrs. Claude Newton, Mrs. Waldo Nevins, Mrs. Gertrude Nurnberger, Mrs. Bernlce Nurnberger, Mrs. Flora Spurr, Mrs. Clyde Weaver, rington, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. ltoyse and daughters, Rachel and Martha, Mrs. Nyal Royso and daughter, Bon nie, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Richardson Mrs. Julia Whitten, Mrs. Wright Van Duyn, Mrs. Blanche Hedges and and sons, Billie and Bobbie, Mrs. An na Smith and daughters, Jeannie Mrs. Alpha Huxford. and Mary, Mrs. Joe Voto. Miss Mur- 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 Firth street. Assistant hostesses, Mrs. James Gilmore and Mrs. Alec Law-son. Friday Octette Club, Mrs. Helen Heacock, 143 North Fifth street, noon luncheon. Bunco will be played. 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. in. tha Voto, Mr. and Mrs. James Voto REA BUILDING 2nd FLOOR 8th And Wabash Terre Haute, Ind. DR. W. M. LEEDS and children and Mrs. Fred Waugh. Mrs. Gijlio Hostess For Mystery Pal Club Monday The afternoon was spent in sing ing and a social time was enjoyed by all. The Mystery Pal Club held Its regular meeting Monday, September 11 with Mrs. Jasper Gillio as hos tess. f Mrs. Rena Soltis Entertains Alter Society Recently The Altar Society of the St. Jo At the conclusion of the business meeting, bunco was played at two seph Church met at the home of tables with prizes going to Mrs. Gillio, bunco; Mrs. Bert Turchi, high; Mrs. John Giacherio, mystery pack Mrs. Rena Soltis recently for Its regular monthly meeting. age: Mrs. Anston, travel; and Miss Members attending were Mrs. Ma Anyone interested may attend. Virginia Perfetti, low. ry Scloldo, Mrs. Mary Deiiucca, Delicious refreshments were serv Broullette Chapter, DAR, 7:30 p. at the home of Mrs. Dom Ri- Mrs. Mary Secondino, Mrs. Mary ed by the hostess. Mrs. Kenneth cauda, Winnie Gilfoy, assistant hos Burk was a guest at the meeting. Ambro, MrB.' Katie Lucarelll, Mrs Helen Soltis, and Mrs. Ann Counsel!. - tess. Mrs. Howard L- Hanocck, The next meeting will be held guest speaker. September 25 with Mrs. Howard GuestB present were Misses Jean Eaton as hostess. and Julieann Soltis, Theresa Ann Se Mrs. Laura Miller suffered a fall condino, Mary Louise Soltis and John Soltis, Jr. Wakofe Club Members Hear National Paralysis Report Mrs. Leona Ralston and Mrs. Jo from a wheel chair recently. 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 wc 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. Refreshments were served and the next meeting will be held at Pesaventto were co-hostesses for the Wakofe Club meeting held Monday the home of Mrs. Ambro in October, evening in the basement of the Clinton Hotel. Mrs. Martha Costcllo gave an In REV. I.KADKIt LEAVES I. II. CHI IU II Mrs. J. S. Myers spent a few days teresting report on the National recently at the home of Ilev. Emory Foundation Infantile Paralysis meet- Get FULL YALUE For Your STOVE RATION CERTIFICATE ing held at the Claypool Hotel in "y""" '?""; --, "u. Indianapolis, August 25. Mrs. Nellie w.h" arf leaYln5 for their new 1,ome Shew and Miss Talm Lahtl also at-1 al , " , ' Rev. Leader will bo pastor at the tended the meeting. Hearts were played with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Lillian Ash ley, Mrs. Evalyn Scott, high; and Mrs. Wilma Myers and Mrs. Louise Costello, low. Those present were Mrs. L. Costello, Mrs. M. Costello, Mrs. Mary U. B. Church in Marion after having spent the past four years in Universal as the pastor of Bethlehem U. B. Church. Pvt. and Mrs. Max Myers of Camp Ellis, 111. spent the week end recently at their home in St. Bemice. Pvt. Myers has been stationed at Camp Aberdeen, Md. BIG AfTx Switch to softer, safer Modesi J I' 1 now and T! Recently 49.701 v" jfjt4 1 women wrote why they switched J y I to Modess. "So sop," "So soft," or f( yj I "So comorable," said tbey. , fjfj Seo what a dlfferonco Modess' fi 1 1 ' h Pecial 5oflsPun filler make,! See r if i whtboonModes'","''pfo" I J! ft ,ection is! (There"! Ple ful1- Kt' J J if J leng,h ,afe,y $hield at d,e iaci' J Modesi also cornel 12 for Hi. J . GET MORE NAPKINStp fy if I r F0R TH E M0N EV ! '3 Davis,. Miss Talmi Lahtl, MIbb McDonald, Mrs. W. Myers, Mrs. Henry Paloncy, Mrs. Kay Pesavento, Miss Pesavento, MrB. Jo Pesavento, Mrs. Leona Ralston, Mrs. K. Scott, Miss Kathleen Taylor, Mrs. Lillian Ashley, Mrs. Elizabeth Gilfoy and MrB. ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 .North 7tli St. I'HOXE IHi-W GUARANTEED PERMANENTS Nellie Shew and one guest, Mrs. An-geline Borden. nJU hbn vwr L1L' Monti ciaM MODEL $20' The next meeting will be a wiener roast with Mrs. M. Costello, Mrs. Lillian Ashley and Miss Lahtl as hostesses. This meeting will be held I iiTnTm Have a "Coke" Put 'er there, old timer September 18. . Double Birthday Dinner Held Thursday Afternoon Mrs. Kessle fiossett and Mrs. Bet ty Wallace of Khepardsvllle celebra ted their birthday anniversaries at a dinner given last Thursday at the home of Mrs. OoRsett. A delicious dinner was served at the noon hour and two birthday cakes and Ice cream were served as refreshments. Games and contests were enjoyed In th afternoon with prizes going to the winners. Those present were Mrs. Leath Ellis and daughter, Marie, Mrs. Lou Curry, Mrs. Hallie Gossett, Mrs. Dorothy Curry, Mrs. Gladys Wheat and son, Larry, Mrs. Frances Ellis and sons, Ronald and Billy Jo, Mrs. If you Deed a new heating scove, now it the time to tec your local board for t Stove Ration Certificate, and apply it where it will bring you full value in economical heating serv. ice ... WARM MORNING Heater! WARM MORNING is tfat Coal heater with amuing, patented, interior construction principle! that have brought new and better heating serv ice to hundreds of thousands throughout the Nation! Holds 100 pounds of coal. Semi-automatic, magazine feed. Heats ail day and night without refueling. Require x less attention than most fur naces. Get your Stove Ration Certificate . . . and get a genuine WARM MORNING Heat er . . look for the name I A. J. DOUGHTY FURNITURE rlfnton, Ind. Myrtle Pugh, Mrs. Dora Riley, Mrs. Ruth Clnotto, Mrs. Hannah Black burn, Mrs. Katie Berry, Mrs. Helena Wallace, Mrs. Marie Humerickhouse and Mrs. Betty Wallace and daugh ter and Mrs. Gossett. ... Miss Frieda Voto spent several ...or greeting new pah in Ketchikan la Alaska, just as here in the States, to say Have a "Cote" is to say Pal, we're right glad you're here, just as it does in your own home. In maoy lands around the globe, the pause that refreshes with ice-cold Coca-Cola has become a symbol of a friendly way of living. tOTTim UNDSt AUTHOMTY Of THE COCAOU COMPANY IT TERRE HAUTE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY I O days recently in Springfield. Mo. She returned to her home with Pvt. SAVE 6t "Coke" Coca-Cola and Mrs. Herbert Hallett. Pvt. Hallett Is spending a five day furlough here before being transferred. Additional Social oo Page 6 It's natural for popular name to acquire fncnjfy tiont. Tiiitt'a M'ltv voti tat Coca-Cola called Cokc". .

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