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Thursday, September 14, 1944. THE DAILY CLINXONIAN Page Flvd i I pacify as -3. iimvIu r of the presl- -a. w f V-gfMnittee to consider I dent's cabin' CXI Thursflav QClinlon Social Nolesffy 'economic pr,-? arising as a result of the war.' stage of planning, that major decisions on the conduct of the war against Japan already hare been reached, and that the conference is now moving almost altogether into the international diplomatic field. It was specifically stated that K-den's entry into the conference is concerned with the broader field of Jobs' Daughters, regular meeting Eden Joins Quebec Parley, to Confer On Postwar Europe (Continued nam pig 1) Initiation Services Held Wednesday for Two Tri Kappas Sirs. IVafci-fw-ld OrrMi Saiurd Sew Ireitenl ot Tri Kali horo il ) . Tbr Meiuliei Made Active to Orgaaizaltuo. at the hall. 7:34 P- m- Council meeting. t:ii p. n. All members Sixteen Members Attend Blanford Ladies Game Club are urged to attend Fairview PTA, 7:30 t. t ibe The Ladies Fish and Game Club world developments and not connect school. of' Blanford met at Perona's Hall ed with the war planning phase of Tuesday night with I members pre Christian Church Choir. 7:34 p. . at tbe churrb. Crompfon Hill PTA Meefs Tuesday With Twenfy-f ive Present AftMM-jjUiwa IiMUMes lYograiii For KoMiing Vear. TwHie lliMiruu-B Aid l owniiitee Are Ainjmtel At IIuml. Meet. Impressive initiation eervicea were held fur iwo Tri Kappa pledges Band Booster Club, Important sent. Tbe meeting opened with the president. Angeline Marietta, in charge ly raised the question of whether Secretary of Stale C'ordell Hull also will attend. While new conference spokesmen professed lo have no exact in formation of Mr. Hull's plans. U was learn Meanwhile. Soviet Russia's future role as an active partner in the global struggle against the Axis following the defeat of Germany, remained a matter of conjecture. Soviet Marshal Joseph Stalin's refusal of an invitation lo attend the prevent Pacific war strategy conference was announced officially three days ago. but it has now come to light that the invitation sent by Washington and I,ondon to Moscow contained t lie complete agenda of the proposed talks as dealing with the drafting of a military blue print to crush Japan after Germany's fall. . . File Returns In 1940 42 per cent of the total VriMd evening at the home of I meeting, 1.1V p. m. at ine gm. the Pacific conference. Advfo? on (irniiAny la other words, Eden will give his advice to Mr. Churchill and Mr. Roosevelt on highly current political problems fn Europe, particularly those problems that will surge to the Mis Rosemary Wright on Blackiuan ! I'ocahonta Lodge. 7:34 p. m. Alda Marietta, who has been the club secretary since It was organ street. Mr. Fred Meyer and Mr. H.lun no . A Hammii were the two member! ooiraj. y. u. Mr. Fifth ized in IS Sit, resigned, and Gladys Ball was appointed to fill (he office ......... ...r.i,v ur. r-h.ri.i Wilier Shorter, Hi South ed on pood authority that ft is unlikely that ft will he necessary for Secretary Hull to come to Quebec, Twenty-five members of tlie t. ." sj". (street. Assistant ntvnin 1,. MITO. hostesses, Mr. forefront fn mountainous proportions upon the collapse of Germany. ..--.l,..!.!,- Croiuirion H:Ji I 'a rem and Teach charge of the ceremony. Mrs. K. w.CT '"'' " as he did last year. hour I'tnifrrrmcr Held One of these problems is the long en Association iuet Tuesday at the tcboo! bouse mitb lire. Elsie Hous- for tbe rest of the year. The minutes were read and approved. Lillian Myers von tbe mystery package. Powell furnished the music during standing Russian-Polish disagree President Roosevelt and Secretary the evening. ment. Eden conferred with high Po loo, president, in charge. Mrs. Houston Introduced tbe Lear hers to the Hull conferred four or five times During the business meeting, new lish officials before leaving Loudon. ! Mary Ingram was hostess and delicious refreshments of sandwiches. prior lo the Quebec conference to Octette Club, Mr. Helen Heacock 143 North Fifth street, noon luncheon. Bunco will be played. numher of Federal income tax returns were filed by women. Others concern the occupation of officer for the incoming year were installed. Mrs. Wakefield Gerrish Germany and manifold political and discuss the range of subjects to be dealt with in the Pacific war stra cookies and ice tea were served by Orfina Bizzy and Lena Baratto. Wabash Camp 1517, UNA. Kegu- was installed a the new president relief questions among the govern-! Miss Klnora Marietta, vice presi- lar meeting and noon luncheon, Mrs. Winners of prizes were Cecile American Beauty Shop Vera Mae Blak Marietta and Cecile Giordana, high. parents. Plans for the membership drive, a carnival and homecoming for the latter part of October, the buying of playground equipment, a Mother's Singers Chorus and the War Fund Drive were discussed during the business meeting. Mrs. Houston is to be sent to the Mrs. Marietta and Mary Ingram, dent; Mrs. Bex Cottrell, correspond- Jennie Grove, 90 Elm stresl. ing secretary; Miss Elise Meyer, re- Jacksonville PTA meeting at the cording secretary; Miss Marynette school, September 15, 7:30 p. m. 312 S. Main Phone 09 low, and Lena Baratto, bunco. tegy conference, and they were fn accord when the President left Washington. With the announcement that Eden U due here shortly, ft became more than ever apparent that the Pacific war strategy conference has virtually completed Its formative military menls in exile that have been in residence fn London during the war upon tbe liberation of their countries by Allied armies. Confer With Motigcnthau Eden also is expected to confer with Secretary of Treasury Henry Morgenthau, who is here in his ca- Lucille Marcinko will be the next White, financial secretary and Mrs. 'Anyone interested may attend. Charles Biedinger, treasurer. I Brouilette Chapter, DAB, 7:30 p. SM i;ili-d Hafr Htyilng Permanent Waves Phone For An Apfrointnient hostess for the October meeting and Cecile Giordano and Anita Gugliel- Three members, Mrs. Don Marlet- m. at the home of Mr. Vom Kl- Indianajiolis meeting of the PTA as a delegate. ta, Mrs. Charles Hurlow and Mis Cauda, Winnie unioy, assistant nw The following committees were Martha Jane Hungerford were made "less. Mr. Howard L. Hanocck, active members. Approximately tbir- guest speaker. ty members and one guest, Mrs. Paul asebeer, attended the BUDGET FASHION NEWS Out-going officers were president. Mr. Schelsky; vice-president, Mrs. Monday Kappa Delta Phi business meeting, 7 p. m., Clinton Hotel basement. Bring container for Joe E. Brown Fund and remember Pledge Project and collection of rummage. Tuesday Kappa Delta Phi pledges meet In basement of Clinton Public Library at 7 p. m. Clinton Township Home Ec Club Mrs. Bess Kaiser, 2 p. m. Mrs. John Bentley; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Rex Cottrell, financial secretary. Mis Mary Louise paquette; metti wilt serve. Golden Star Members Enjoy Spaghetti Supper Mrs. John L'go entertained several members of the Golden Star Club with a spaghetti supper at ber borne on Crompton Hill Tuesday evening. Following a short business meeting, bunco was played with Mrs. Popik winning high ; Mrs. Norval Bynum, bunco; Mrs. Elmer Allgood. low and travel. Mrs. Fern Woo ten. a guest, received the guest prize. Eight members attended the meet-fug at the L'go borne. The next meeting will be held in two weeks st tbe-borne of Mrs. Allgood. Lawrence W. Luce of the Wabash treasurer. Miss Dorothy Devonaid and recording secretary, Mrs. H. A. appointed: War Loan Fund. Mrs. Katie Bennett! and Mrs. Eleanor West, membership. Miss Tegwith Hit, Mrs. Linda L'&elman and Mrs. Winston Evltt; program chairman, Miss Barbara Carrera; finance, carnival and homecoming, Mrs. Eddie Carrel, Mrs. Ann Benetti, Mrs. Mary Turebi, and Mrs. Eos Bonacor-si; hospitality chairman, Miss Alda Marietta; study group chairman, Mrs. Editb Hess; by-laws, Mrs. Irene T urc hi and Mrs. Elsie Houston; publicity chairman. Miss Margaret OtitithB; magazine,' Mrs. John Gia-cherio and Mrs. Eleanor West; playground equipment, Mrs. Hattie Crad-Aie and Mrs. Mary Massa. The school will begin Stamp and; Bond sales on Thursday, September i 21. " Additional names for tbe ser- Ahlemeyer. Mrs. Gerrish gave a report of the rovence Convention held at Brazil We have the largest selection of blouses in Vermillion County, Select yours today from a stock complete all styles, all colors. In Sizes 32 to 44. Priced from $1.99 to $5.95 Also Children's Blouses Veda Kelley, assistant. In August. Mrs. Charle Schelsky and Mr. Gerrish wsre delegates to tbe contention. It was also reported that the cu OJOSRITAL bicle of the children's ward at the apartments has gone to Chicago for Riley Hospital In Indianapolis, which several days vacation with hie vice placque are to be turned in to i daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brouil-lliss liise. Two gold stars are to be I telle. Mr. Luce will also visit Mrs. is maintained by the Tri Kappa has been newly decorated. The Tri Kappa Sorority recently sent a draft for J 1500 lo the Indiana Hospital Unit, 32 which is now in France. Several Clintonites are with this unit. Twenty-five hundred dollars In Harry Luce and daughter, Sharon Mrs. Margaret Pauley, Newport and Connie Lynn and Linda Lou Farley, Dana, were admitted to the Rose of Hammond, Ind. county hospital Thursday as tonsil lectomy cases. Mrs. Duke .Scott of North Water street who fell and broke her leg state scholarships have been given Mr. velyn Cooke, daughter of Mrs. early iu the summer and has been by Tri Kappa. The sorority recently j ciara A. Myers, is reported to be re- purchased an electric organ for covering in me verinniiui v-wu,,. confined to a wheel chair, Is able to be up now. She is improving satis Hospital at Clinton following a ser Camp Atterbury, bought a truck used in the blood plasma unit which tours the state and recently furnish ious illness. Mrs. Cooke is expected factorily. added to tbe placque. Normalee Konopka Hostess For Jivin Janes Club The Jivin Janes held their weekly meeting at the home of Mis Normalee Konopka on South Fourth street recently. Following the business meeting, refreshments were served and dancing was enjoyed by ail present. Misses Norma Jeane Weir, Helen Louise Hope, Shirley Cottrell, Dorothy Craft, Juanita Jackson, Dorothy Helen Guinn and the hostess were present. Guests attending were Misses Helen Edler and Margot Maden. The next meeting will be held at u Cpl. Walter Lee louden spent a ed a day room for the servicemen at to retur nto her home near Dana sometime the later part of this week. Mrs. Mary Fultz, Cayuga, Married to Illinois Man three day furlough visiting hi wife and son, Mrs. Walter Louden and Freeman Field, III. Members of the decorating committee for the meeting were Mrs. son, Larry Keith. Cpl. Louden has been in England for the past three Gerrish, chairman, Rosemary On Monday, Sept. 4ili, Mrs. Mary Wright, Mrs. Harold Wisehart, Mrs. Biedlnger and Pat Hennis. Those Fultz, daughter of Mrs. Ida Roderick i and Lester Talbert were united In HATS FROM OUR HAT BAR Fashion Hit Hats For Daytime and Dress Up. Oversize Berets and Brims, Bow and Calots - Classics Too! $1.99 to $7.95 serving on the refreshment committee were Mrs. James Sutton, chair marriage at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kelly at Shumway, Illinois. man; Miss Marynette White, Mrs. The single ring ceremony was per John Bentley and Mrs. Lang licit. months. m Mr. Paul Sweazey and daughter, Barbara, Belly and Nancy of Terre Haute were week end guest of Mrs. Ruth Kyley and con, Allan of North Water street. m m m Mrs. Dronil Petroff of Belleville. III. spent the last week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr. Ed Lunstrum Plans were discussed for a rum formed by Rev. Stlne of the Christian Church of Shumay. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kelly, mage sale to be held in the near future. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Schelsky In two weeks. brother la law and sister of the the home of Miss Shirley Cottrell on South Main street. ' Allen Marshall of Phoenix, Ariz., has silent the past ten days visiting his sister, Mrs. Seward Lewis, and his brjlli.r, Caleb Marshall of 437 Elm Street. Mrs. Lewis, who has been confined to the L'nion Hospital at Terre Haute, was returned lo her home at B28 Walnut Street w Mrs. Mallle Marshall has return groom. The bride was attired in acqua blue street length dress with brown accessories. Her corsage was and family. ed to her home after spending the past two weeks with her son, Mr. Cpl. and Mrs. Waller Lee Louden of gladioias. The bride was employed prior to her marriage at the Car and Mrs. Lyle V. Marshall and and son spent Monday with Mr. and lson Variety Store in Cayuga. The daughter, Judy, of Wilmington, Del. Mrs. Charles Louden and family at Fairview. groom Is employed on the Nickel Mrs. Agnes Bohannon and sons, Plate Railroad. Light refreshments Donald and Ronald hare returned to their home In Universal after spend LEAD ARTICLE In Your Wardrobe the broad-shouldered beautiful suit dress in all colors. Gold, Fuschia, Green, Beige and Black. Sizes 10 - 20. Priced to fit your purse. Dresses from Ing the past two months In Jackson, Mich, with her daughter, Mrs. Mary Notice! The Cllntoniaa Want Vour News. Please Call Mis I .ear To Iteport Social hews. Phone 82 or 33. PERHANENTS At Price To Fit All purses AIMMKO.VH IIKAI TOItllM 356 H South Main St. Phone 502 The Double-Breasted Reefer with velvet collar. Authentically correct - delightfully dashing - Here's a coat with a knack for looking right on any occasion. 10-20 , $29. 95 to $39.95 Other Styles To Size 52 Wilson and children. 9 Cpl. and Mrs. Walter Lee Louden lBaWaHaaaaaaaaassaaa ' ' and son and Mrs. Dromi I'ilroff of Belleville. III. spent Tuesday visiting were served to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Lester Talbert; Mrs. Caroline Talbert; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Talbert and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Talbert and family of Trowbridge, III; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kelly; Guests from Cayuga present were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Watson. Announce Engagement of Former Cayuga Resident Friends hero have received the announcement of the engagement of the engagement of Miss Jaqueline Dillman, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Dillman, former well known residents of Cayuga, but now of Jeffersonville, Ind., to Lt. I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hadley, Jr. and $G.95 to $22.50 Lay Yours Away Today I daughter at Terr Haute. NEW MERCHANDISE ARRIVING DAILY f Gloves Robes Costume Jewelry jgjjjrts scans Fascinators Flowers House Dresses Jerkins C. T. Ryan of Jerfersonville. The latter Is now serving in the army air corps. The wedding will take place in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vallonia and Mr. and Mrs. Harry August Guinn are the parents of a boh born September 10. The infant weighed eight pounds and six ounces and has been named Ronald Eugene. Tilts is the second child In the family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Paylon, Monlezuma, are the parents of a Sno Suits Blankets Buntings Bonnets Compacts Brassiert'3 Gai ter Belts Slips Panties Hosiery Robes son, Joseph, and Mr. and Airs. George Dooley and daughter, Belty were Tuesday evening guests of Mr. Jacquard Sleeveless SWEATERS Latest In Fashion. Other Sleeveless Mod-in Jiffy Knits and IT'S LEATHER COAT TIME and Mrs. Don Frye of Taris, 111. lUuMf els daughter born at the county hospital Wednesday. The infant weighed seven pounds and fifteen ounces and has been named Janice. For fcvery Costume FALL HAND BAGS Large and Small Leather and Fabrics $1.99 to $7.95 Plus 20 I Yd. Tax i mm Zephyr Knits $2.95 to $5.00 OUR PRESENT STOCK Prominent Eugene Farmer Dies at Residence Friday Last rites were held at 2:30 p. n. at the residence Hunduy for JOIN UVH SWEATER CLUB NOW! IS VERY LARGE ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 1:17 North 7th Nt. PHONE 1H4-W GUARANTEED PERM ANENTS James T. Boyd, 80, prominent farmer who died Friday morning at his home northwest of Eugene following a cerebral hemorrhage. He had been OUR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL Children's And Misses' Anklets 29c and 39c Values For 15c ill 10 days before his death. Burial was In the Lower Mound Cemetery. Mr. Royd was horn Oct. 15, 1863 In McKendree Township, Vermillion County, III., and was the son of Robert and Margaret Hughes Itoyd. He moved lo this county at an early age and has resided here niowt of his life. On Oct. ti, 1906 he was married to Florence Patrick, Besides the widow he fa survived by one daughter, Mrs. Ituth Graves, and one son, Ralph Boyd, both of perrysvllle. The Watson Funeral Home of Cayuga had charge of the funeral arrangements. Don't Forget! We Have Children's Coats, Snosuits, Legging Sets, Dresses, Knifsuits And A Complete Infant Line. We Are Always i Clad To Show You. USE OUR LAY AWAY PLAN AT NO EXTRA CHARGE O MONARCH O CRESCO O GUITERMAK MAKE YOUR SELECTION NOW $8 95 to $22 50 ROSENBLATTS FRST i I Hornet DAY niGHT CLINTON, IND. AND Rich Food The potato is or.e of our principal sources of starches and sugars, a fair source of iron and phosphorus and contains some vitamin Bi and riboflavin. A good-sized baked potato supplies about one-fourth of our vitamin C requirement for the day. , . m More Alloys In 191 B, only one out of every 23 tons of steel produced was alloy steel. In 1943 almost one out of every six tons produced was alloyed. Buy Bonds! Buy Bonds! INC. PARIS, ILLINOIS

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