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Page Three THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Monday, September 18, 1944. Universal J A L D Joe Bonomo and daugjiter Ester of Georgetown, III. visited Mr. and Mrs. Pete Guglielmetti. j Clinton Social Notes Bolster Mesls Bolster up your 1 meals with roasted almonds. ThrQr taste good in salads, desseitts, sandwich spreads and at the stone time contribute a generous amount of DON'T LET WINTER CATCH YOU "OFF-GUARD" HAVE THOSE SUITS, TOPCOATS, SWEATERS AND WOOLEN GARMENTS IN SHAPE FOR WINTER WEAR HAVE THEM DRY CLEANED NOW AT Hnsteads A LITTLE BCTTEH- Phione 129 220 Elm St. 3E THE NEW SHORT "CRAYINETTE" . Mrs. Peggy Metz attended the Mctz reunion at Brazil. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis visited Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hopper of Torre Haute and Mrs. Henry Nugent of New Goshen. Miss Martha Evlyen Ambro ami Miss Beverly Granger returned home after spending a week's visit with Miss Anihro's sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Riley and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Otic at Marion. Ind. .Mrs. Jennie Cook of Terre Haute visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Granger. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Halller and family of Whllllng visited Mrs. Hal-ller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Molle. Bill Dick and son Mickle Jo and daughter Jean vislled Mr. and Mrs. Tom Granger recently. Mrs. Margaret Antonlni and daughters Marilyn Lou and Karilyn Sue of Chicago returned home after spending a few days with Mrs. An-tonini s mother, M r s. Gertrude White. Miss Alice Makosky returned home after spending the summer with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny McCulough at Anderson, Ind. Mrs. Joan Bonomo, Mr. and Mrs. SCOTCH PLAID SHIRTS Girl's Sizes . . . $1.89 Ladies' Sizes.. $2.29 JEANS For Wear With Your Flannel Shirts $2.29 CLOVES Mrs 1 m PRESENTiNC 1750 ITS (A WEATHERBEE ALL-YEAR BACKBONE OF YOUR WARDROBE Your indispensable rain-or-shine topcoat, superbly tailored, of worsted cavalry twill, for years of smart wear. Sleeve and quarter lined in Skinner's rayon twill. In its weight, its flattering lines, its quality 's a WE ATHERBEE that's a super-investment in quality. Airforce blue, brown, tan. Sizes 10 to 20. As advertised in HARPER'S BAZAAR Organization Meeting of Jacksonville PTA Friday Plans for the year, including a fall festival and the purchase of playground equipment, were made at the organization meeting of the Jacksonville PTA at the school Friday. Floyd Williamson, president, presided and meetings will be held the third Thursday of each month. Committees named are program, William Payton, chairman, Mrs. June Woolf, Mrs. Marie Osborne, and Mrs. Charles Popello; Membership, Mrs. Mary Santrich and Mrs. Martha Vellch; Hospitality, Mrs. Iva Hollingsworth and Mrs. Carlo Marietta; Publicity, Mrs. Clio King; Summer Round-up, Mrs. Vivian Stickle; Recreation, Mrs. William Bino-le; Character and Spiritual, Mrs. King and Mrs. Yelich and Study Group, Mrs. Ethel Crumley. Thirty attended the meeting. Officers are Floyd E. Williamson, president, Mrs. Vita Bipole, vice-president, Mrs. Sadie Roberts, secretary and Mrs. Mary Santrich, treasurer. Mrs. Julia Luallen is Penny Drill chairman. Marshall Man Is Guest Of Honor At Sunday Dinner A birthday dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mrs. Jessie Potter, 347 Elm street, in honor of her uncle, Jonah Delph, of Marshall, Ind. Mrs. Delph is also the uncle of Mrs. Roy Short of North Tenth street. The table was decorated with cut flowers in orchid and white, with a pink and white birthday cake in the Center, with 68 candles on the cake. A social time was enjoyed during the afternoon. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. William Kiger and son, Russell, Gerald Keeling of Veedersburg, Ind., Mr. Delph, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Smith and children, Ivy Marie, Jean, Bobby Max, and Jackie Dee Smith of Mecca, Mrs. Mary Biddle and grandson, Johnnie, Mrs. James Anderson of Brazil, Mrs. Juanita Crawford of Indianapolis. Mrs. Marie Short and daughters, Shirley and Roylene, G. M. Carmondy and daughter. Ernestine, Bobby Jack and Monte Dean Potter and the hostess. m Octette Club' Meets Friday for Luncheon Mrs. Helen Heacock was hostess to the Octette Club at a noon luncheon Friday. Minutes were read by Mrs. Marlon Southard in the absence of Mrs. Dorothy Hild. Bunco was played with Mrs. Collins winning high, Mrs. Heacock, bunco, Mrs. Julia Hatfield, travel and Mrs. Louise Petak, low. Those present were MrB. Julia Hatfield, Mrs. Helen Heacock, Mrs. Mary Kimble, Mrs. Uva Pitlenger, Mrs. Marian Southard, Mrs. Louise Petak and Mrs. Collins, guest. The nezt meeting will be Sept. 28 at the home of Mrs. Kimble at 1138 South Third street. Mrs. Helen Mills Is Hostess To Bunco Club Mrs. Helen Mills of South Fourth street was hostess for the RAE Bunco Club Friday night. Two tables of bunco were played with prizes awarded to Mrs. Helen Mills bunco and travel, Mrs. Vivian Taylor, high, and Mrs. Margaret Dickenson, low. Other members present were Mrs. Madge Fenoglio, Mrs. Jessie Richmond, Mrs. Jean Osmon and Mrs. Marjorie Osmon. The next meeting will be held in two weeks, with Mrs. Jessie Richmond of South Fifth street as hostess. s Miss Jean Ahlenieyer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ahlenieyer and daughter, Harriet Ann. all of Evansville, and Tech. Sergeant Joe Graham of Texas, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ahlenieyer of 44 8 South Fourth street. Mrs. Homer Rayce of South Fourth street spent Sunday with Mrs. Homer Noblitt and son of Montezuma. m !. PERMAXENTS At Prices To Fit All Purses ADAMSOVS REAl'TOKIUM 355 j South Main St. Phone 502 Clasifkd Ads Sell Most Anythin American Beauty Shop Vera Mao. Black 318 8. Main Phone 09 . Sirrializi'll Hair Styling Permanent Waves Phone For An Appointment COAT . V) SPEED VICTORY BY BUYING BONDS 0 El Young Marine Writes Appreciation for "Good Tarn " by Red Cross Annreeiatlnn for the "good turn" the Red Cross did him was express ed by a 17-year-old Marine in a loiter received by the Vermillion County Red Cross Chapter this week. The Marine, on his way overseas, ha,f rnpoivpri one of the Red Cross Kit-bags made by the local county group. He wrote, "Dear Red Cross: "I'm a Marine on his way over. nntnr wn left this countrv wo were all given those marvelous ditty bags from your chapter, you can t reai-ta hnu, hanilv thpv've been and are. They contain Just about what we need. "Thn heat thlnirs in them, tho. were those 25c books. There's not too much to do on the sea trip ana n'H he verv bored without thein. I've read 18 of them already. "You should see tnis nuncn oi Marinea Hlneln? all over the ship reading. Those that aren't reading are either sleeping or playing cards. or dominos, or checkers or Dingo. You've certainly given this bunch of Marines something to do. en aoain t sav thank vou for doing this 17-year-old Marine who's far from nome a gooo luru mm certainly appreciate It." The county Red cross cnapter is beginning work on a new shipment of kit bags now with work being done by the sewing corps. Mrs. W. N. Little is chairman or tha cpwin? irrnuii and distributes materials each Tuesday afternoon in the Red Cross headquarters in the Wisehart Building on Blackman Street. When the kit bags are finished they are filled with approximately i wnpih nl plftn including books. cards, sewing kit and toilet articles. Rimini, Adriatic Anchor of Nazi Line, Under Fire (ConUnued from page 1) mans, wounded two. and captured eight at the cost of one Allied soldier killed and one wounded. Renewed action in the Aegean Sea saw carrier based aircraft last enemy motor transport on Crete in a series of low level attacks on Saturday. Twenty-three Axis vehicles were destroyed in the operations. Other Allied planes sweeping SO miles to the north sank three large and two small sailing vessels and damaged one merchantman off the Island of Milos. Brazilians in liattle On land. Brazilian troops in their first day of battle demonstrated considerable aggreBSive ability by forging forward in a one mile advance and taking a town. Cen. Mascaren-has' troops have not yet met high caliber Nazi resistance, but have shown good fighting qualities. m m Mrs. Betty HalBon and sons, Jimmy Lee and Monte Dean have re turned home after visiting the paBt weeks with her sisters, Mrs. Mary Davitto and family, of Chicago. a MisB Ella Jackson attended a birthday dinner Sunday with her niece at Hillsdale. Fertilize Pastures In 1929, less than 200,000 tons of fertilizer were used on about 2,000.-000 acres of pasture and hayland, but in 1942 nearly 1,300,000 tons were used on about 11,000.000 acres. TODAY'S NEEDLEWORK by Alice Brooks For sundress or school wear, this embroidered pinafore is a favorite. Do the simple stitcbery, the contrasting ruffles in her best color. Protection and dressiness featured in this pinafore. Pattern has transfer pattern of embroidery; needed pattern pieces in sizes 2, 4, 6. This pattern, together with a needlework pattern of useful and decorative motifs for linens and garments. FIFTEEN CENTS. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins for these patterns to The Daily Clintonian. Household Arts Dept.. Sh4 West Randolph Street. Chicago k0. 111. Write plainly XAME. ADKKESS and PATTKItX .M MBEK. Our new 32-page Needlework Book is yours for Fifteen Cents more . . . 1.11 illustrations of designs for embroidery, home decoration, toys, 1 jL Monday Kappa Delta Phi business meet ing, 7 p. m., Clinton Hotel basement. Bring containers for Joe E. Brown Fund and remember Pledge Project and collection of rummage. Tuesday Red Cross Surgical Dressing 1 p. m.-4 p. m. Alpha Club, first fall meeting. Mrs. Effle Slater, Mulberry street, one o'clock luncheon at Clinton Hotel. Loyal Hearts Class of Christian Church at the church, 6:30 p. m. to go to Roadside Park for picnic. Bring table service only. Vnlversal PTA at the schoolhouse, 7:30 p. m. Dreamland Pleasure Club Auxiliary pot luck supper, Sportland Park, 7 p. m. Sally Guglielmetti hos tess for bunco. Booster Club, 7:30 p. m. at the hall. 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. Veda Kelley, assistant. Wednesday Red Cross Surgical Dressing 7-9:30 p. m. The Fairview Home Ec club will meet at Mable Simpson's at 10:30 for an all day meeting. Each member is to bring a covered dish and table sen-ice for self and guest. Pythian Circle, Mrs. Vera Robertson, Blackman Street, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Embroidery Club Mrs. E. P. Zell, 2:30 p. m. Bring club programs. St. Bernice Chapter of the Milwaukee Women's Club at the grade school, 6 p. m. All members and their families invited. Hostesses, Imogene Bain, Lucille Jones, Madge Reed, Lorraine McDonald and Rowe-na Reed. Fairview Home Economics Club Guest Day. Meet at the home of Mrs. Andrew Simpson, 10:30. Bring a guest, covered dish and table service for two. Mrs. William Brown, assistant hostess. Tri Kappa Associate Chapter, 8 p. m., Mrs. Ann Davis, 802 Elm street. Happy Hour Home Ec Club, Mrs. Maria Buntain, 10:30 a. b. Mrs. Edna Keltz, assistant. Election. Thursaav Phllatliea Class of the Baptist Church, Mrs. Clarke Shirley, 822 Elm St. Pot luck supper, 6:30 p. m. Bring covered diBh and table service. Election of Officers. Circle 2, WSCS Mrs. G. Roy Stultz, 2 p. m. Mrs. Clifford Jordan and Mrs. J. Aquilla Wright, assist ing. Ladies of the Presbyterian Mis sionary Society will meet in the church at 1:00 o'clock for covered dish luncheon. The Catholic Woman's Club will meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday. The hostesses for the social program are Mrs. Ora Curtis. Mrs. Fred Rohner, Mrs. Mary Colich, Mrs. Russell Wil son, Mrs. Josephine Dicks, All Catholic women invited. Helt's Prairie Home Ec. Mr. Harry Frist, 1:30 p. m. MrB. Forrest Mack, assistant hostess. Red Cross Surgical Dressing 1 p. m.-4 p. m. Red Cross Knitting 1 p. m.-4 p. m. milv Gene Pierce. Blackman atronf was admitted to the county hospital Friday as a surgical case. Mrs. Betty Holladay ana oany. North Tenth street, Mrs. Opal Cox and baby, Cayuga; Mrs. Revamae Whitford and baby. South Fifth street; Mrs. Noaiui Junte and baby. North Twelfth street were dismissed from the Vermillion County Hospital over the week end. Sgt. Joseph Fleming left yesterday for Santa Fe, New Mexico, after spending the past two weeks with his sister. Mrs. John Carnell and Mr. Carnell of North Fourth street. Gessie Girl Represents County At State Fair Miss Ruthellen Gouty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gouty. Gessie who was the winner of the Vermil lion County dreBB revue, represented the county at the State Dress Revue held at the State Fair In Indianapolis recently. The winner of the State Dress Revue, who will be chosen on her achievement record, will represent the state of Indiana at the National show held at Chicago in December. For the past eight years she has been in club work and has completed twenty-nine projects. She has taken part in demonstrations and Judging and this year was one of the Vermillion County representatives at the district Judging contest held in Terre Haute where she placed fourth in the district. ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP m 187 North 7th St. m m phoxe im-w m m , GUARANTEED g m PERMAXEXTS Termakentvaye" Lk it yourself. It tmy m puttm 4 your harr bp m curien. on 11 hod WT HTvthirur viMi nwd m the mLr . lw WVAVC KIT Requires no beat or eWtncny. Safe, for every tvpe rtl tiatr. t ver r romron wn i"r nma- ft. .. ... r ... I IWnun-nt Wave kill tuOMV ml Oiiua I'iuiriuaty gutl H drii sturea. Universal Girl Marries Aerial Engineer in Texas Mr nnrl Mrs. William L. SpUIT of Universal, announce the marriage nt tiioir rinnirhter. Virginia Lee Spurr, to Cpl. George B. Randle, son of Mrs. J. H. Randle of Austin, lex. Tim marriage vows were exchane- a Garxt i n t rtempllin. New Mexico in the presence of the- attendants, Judy Van Klecck and Cpl. William Ford. The hrldA Is a graduate of Clin ton High School with the class of mi 9 The ernnm graduated from Austin High School wilh the class mart, fnl. Randle is now station ed at Kirtiand Field as an aerial engineer. Mr ami Mrs Handle will make their home at 115 South Stanford Ave., Albuquerque, New Mexico. Several parties have been planned In honor of the newlyweds. Mrs. Torn Downing will entertain with a patio party Sunday evening. Miss Ju dy Van Kleeck will entertain wun a dinner party at the La Placita and Mr. and Mrs. Adam Murray will entertain with a chuck wagon sup- ner and miscellaneous shower at their ranch north of Albuquerque. Fairview PTA Plans Social Meeting September 28 Plans for a social gathering Sept. 28, a membership drive and a rummage sale were made at the meet- ine of the Fairview PTA at the school Thursday evening. Horace Little, president, introduced (ha tpaehera to the eroun and named the following committees. The Social Gathering committee Is composed of Ellen Beaty, Mrs. Ruby Rav and Mrs. Russell Kraii ana rummage sale, Mrs. Helen Little, Mrs. Dorothy Hawkins. Miss Maxine Prulhiere and Miss Millicent Holt. Other committees will be named later. Twenty-nine attended the meeting. ST. BEBXICE PTA TO MEET The St. Bernice Parent and Teacher's Association will meet Tuesday, September 19 at 7:30 p. m. at iho Ttiph Srhnnl Building. Mrs. W. O. Fread of Terre Haute who is diBtrict director of P. T. A. will be present and will give helpful cmc p-eHtinns nfter which there will be installation of officers. Refresh ments will be served. Pfc. Charles Bosstick has return' ed to San Diego, Calif, after spending the past week here with rela-tivea rnnrk will attend an aniti-aip craft gunnery school for 6 weeks and his address is now KDMLB, ban Diego, Calif., APO 41. Mrs. Paul Mills from Paris, 111. visited Mrs. Rose and Miss Ruth Mills. Both attended the Methodist Church here Sunday. Mrs. Macallum from Los Angeles, Calif, is visiting her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore. Mr nnd Mrs. Lloyd Ransford, Da na, are the parents of a son born Sunday at the county hospital. The infant weighed nine pounds and twelve ounces and has been named Gary Allen. Air and Mrs. Paul Sewell. Jud- son. are the parents of a son born at the Vermillion County Hospital Sunday. The infant weighed eight poundE and fifteen ounces and has been named Marvin Lee. Pvt. and Mrs. Charles Corado, St. Romipp are the narents of a daugh ter born yesterday at the county hos pital. The infant weighed seven nminds and has been named Marilyn Mae. The father is stationed at Camp Croft, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. J. Whitford, South Fifth street, Clinton, are the parents of a daughter born Friday at the Vermillion County Hospital. The infant weiched eiirht pounds and six ounces and has been named Eleanor Elaine. " Notice! The Clintonian Wants Yonr News. Please Call Miss Lear To Report Social Kews. Phone 82 or 33. PROF. R. D. HUNTER Terre Haute, Ind. High Keliool Education ZELANS AND TACKLE TWILLS $5.95 TO $18.75 HANDKERCHIEFS HOSE WINTER WOOL SLACKS From $5.00 to $7.95 Sorority Jackets $13.50 Zelan Jackets . O EVERYBODY WANTS WARM WOOL SWEATERS AND WE HAVE THEM! . . $3.95 to $9.95 In Luscious Shades of Soft Wool Pullovers Cardigans For The Little Miss, Too $2.95 to $10.95 ANNOUNCING... UNIVERSITY COURSE IN ACCOUNTING TUITION FREE The Indiana University School Of Business Under The Program Of The U. S. Office of Education Offers: INDUSTRIAL ACCOUNTING 15 MEETINGS Starting Monday, Sept. 18, 7 p. m. Domestic Science Room, High School Gym The Class Will Enroll Both Beginning and Advanced Students MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS NOW-WHILE OUR FALL APPAREL STOCK IS COMPLETE WE CLOSE AT 8:30 P. M. ON SATUPJJAYS ROSENBLATT'S INSTRUCTOR: Often To Persons With So Advance Kewrvation Xecewtary

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