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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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t Page Three TH.E 1AILY CLINTONIAN Tuesday, September 19, 1944. AH J? 1 1'jocal 3 ob's Daughters .attend Jndianapolis Rites iritrhttion' members nf Cllntnn jl Clinton Social Notes BeUhel of Job's Daughters attended Tuesday Alpha Club, first fall meeting. Mm. Kffle Slater. Mulberry Btreet, the! Ambulance presentation ceremo one o'clock luncheon at Clinton Ho Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenblatt, Mr. and Mrs. John BeaUcy and daughter, Peggy, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lins, Mrs, Jane Baldwin and daughter, Sandra, Mrs. John Gllmour and son, Jack, Carolyn Crawl and Mrs. George Carey and children, George and Diane, enjoyed a picnic at Sportland Park Monday night. I Allied Air Armadas Fan Out Over Reich; Berlin, n r J ww. Job's Daughters Hold Regular Meeting Thursday Plans for a rummage sale Octo ber 6 and 7 and plans to attend tel. Universal PTA at the schoolhouse, 7:30 p. m. ' BooBter Club, 7:30 p. m. at the hall. Dreamland Pleasure Club Auxiliary pot luck supper, Sportland Mary Evelyn Griffin, Georglna Alley, Sally Cogan, Carolyn Dunlap, Helen Edler, Normalee Knopka, Mary Lee Vrablc, Dorothy Helen Gulnn, active members. They were accompanied by Mrs. Peg Helms, Guardian, Mrs. Bonnie Gilfoy, Worthy Matron of Eastern Star, Mrs. Hazel Burgan and Donald and David Helms. Houston-Sadring Wedding Rites Performed Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gavin Mulr of 315 Mulberry announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Ann Jane Houston to MSgt. Edward C. Sad-ring, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sadring of Altadena, Calif. The couple were united In marriage by Rev. Roy C. Llnberg In a double ring ceremony at the home of the bride's parents, Sunday, Sept. ny at Indlanivi'olis Sunday. TYte ambuluinco was presented to the army by the International Order of Jol''s Daughters and Indiana had the honor of maklng the presentation w.lth Mrs. Lorna Bollng, of Washington, ind.,' Grand Guardian of Indlaiui. In charge of the ceremony, i ' All honored qucci is participated In the key ceremony. They wore long purple capes and cr wns and formed n circle near the rimbulance. The Mrs. William Jackman, route one, Tangier was admitted to the county hospital as a surgical case recently. Dr. W. C. Myers, Dana was admitted to the Vermillion County Hospital recently as a surgical case. Mrs. Frances Doan, Mecca; Mrs. Alice Forrest, Rockville; James Lc-Itoy Botnor, St. Bernice; Everett Phelps, Marshall; and Mrs. Dollie Russell, Hillsdale were admitted to the Vermillion County Hospital Monday as surgical cases. Mrs. Jesse Edwards and baby, North third street and Mrs. Kenneth Maurice and baby of South Park, 7 p. m. Sally Guglielmetti luis- tsremernaven Are nit (Continued rjom page I) be completely out of control," It was said. kjeys to the ambula nee was presented" to Jane Green, , Honored Queen of Bethel No. 1, Indianapolis, Ind. by Associate Sujireme Guardian, Mra. Hiooper. She , then passed the key to the queen next her and on ..-j .ho circle. Pat Wllhlte. Hon Main street were dismissed from the county hospital yesterday. The southern counties of England, including the London area, were battered during the hours of darkness by more Nazi flying bombs. Damage and casualties re 17. Attendants of the couple were Miss Judith M. Swlckard of Indian ored Que.Mi of Anderson, then pre sulted. apolis, bridesmaid and Pfc. Ralph The robot action caused an alert to be soundejd In London during the sented th S Key?s 10 Mr8, K08a SchneebergeT, Jr., Past Supreme Guardian, w lio gave them to Col. Reed, best man. The bride was given in marriage by her father. night. . The bride wore a light blue wool William W. dtvards of S. C. who street length dress with a corsage Fairview Social Club Meets at Shepherd Home The Women's Social Club mot at the home of Mrs. Anna Shepherd for an all day meeting recently. Dinner was served at noon and in the afternoon there was a business session and Kami's were played with prizeB going to Mrs. Kllen Murkello, Mrs. Sophia I'etuk and Mrs. Myrtle Short. Members present were Mrs. Louise IBoraso, Mrs. Jennie Dean, Mrs. Mary Houston, Mrs. Lydla Johnson, Mrs. Laura Kerr, Mrs. Ellen Markel-lo, Mrs. Nellls Mayers, Mrs. Vera Murray and daughter, Janice Kay, Mrs. Lula Pavey, Mrs. Myrtle Short, Mrs. Pleana Hall, and children, Martha and Jimmy, Mrs. Blenche Reynolds, Mrs. Cora Runyan, Mrs. Myrtle Short, Mrs. Anna Shepherd, Mrs. Mary Turbeville, and daughter, Mildred and one guest, Mrs. Louella Houser of Clinton. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Cora Runyan, October 6. Miss Marguerite Butts, 240 South Fifth Street, Clinton, is among the 41 students of the Indiana University nurses' training school who recently had chevrons added to the left sleeve of their uniforms signifying that they have now entered their senior year in the training school. They will complete their training next August. Miss Faye Lawso'n, nurse at the Vermillion County Hospital, who is on a two weeks vacation left Tuesday for Chicago. Mrs. Alpha Brownlee of Detroit, Mich. Is visiting Mrs. Minnie Black of Shirkieville. has served two' y ears at Guadalcanal but is now at C.i mp Atterbury. of white lilies. The bridesmaid wore FBIKTHS- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed of Universal are the parents of a baby daughter born Sept. 14. The infant weighed 8 pounds and has been named Carol Ann. Mrs. Reed was formerly Miss Wanda Bailey of Marion Heights. Interesting Social Newt Everyday a navy blue dress with a corsage of Gov. Schrlcker- was presented and complimented the Job's Daughters AAA X American Beauty Shop for their contributi on to the war effort. Each girl coifUributes 60c each year to the ambuhince fund and so far 122,000 has b.'n used to buy ambulances from thill fund. vera Mae Black 312 8. Main Phone 69 pink roses. After the ceremony, cake and punch were served the guests. Those attending the wedding were Miss Margaret Penman of Dayton, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nisbet, Mrs. Hank King, Mrs. Anna Houston, Mrs. Everett Davisson, Mrs. Opal Nevins, Misses Viola Crume, Margaret Griffiths, Ethel Mae Griffiths, Martha L. Reed, Barbara Carrera Mother Jacobs, Past Supreme Socialized Hair Styling Permanent Waves Fhone For An Appointment Guardian, and orgatiizer of Job's Bonrbon Whisky Bourbon whisky gets Its name from Bourbon, Ky., where it was originally distilled. the Ambulance presentation ceremony in Indianapolis Sunday, Sept. 17, were made at the regular meeting of the Job's Daughters Thursday evening. Indiana was given the honor of presenting the ambulance which the International Order of Job's Daughters is giving at this time. Anyone having rummage Ib asked to coll 761, 622J or 825J. The next meeting will be at 3 p. m. Saturday, Sept. 23. The change In meeting Is due to the annual Inspection ot the Eastern Star to be held in the lodge rooms on the regular meeting night. Shower Honors Bride Elect At Muir Home Wednesday A bridal Bhower Wednesday honored Miss Ann Jane Houston, whose marriage took place Sunday. Members of the Presbyterian Sunday School class to which she belonged gathered at her home at 315 Mulberry street. A bedspread was given the honored guest. Those present were Miss Margaret and Ethel Griffiths, Martha Reed, Florence Auer, Viola Crume, Mary Mae Kyle, Mrs. Ruth Feno-gllo, Mrs. Opal Kevins, Mrs. LI1 WII-lims, Mrs. Wilma Cadel, Mrs. E. E. Davisson, Mrs. Mary Davis, Mrs. Archie Carmichael, Mrs. Frank Gugliel-mettl and Rev. R. C. Llnberg. mm HAPPY HOl'R BUNCO CLUB A birthday party with refreshments was planned for next Monday night by the Happy Hour Bunco Club at their meeting last night at the home of Mrs. Anna Vallosia. Eighteen members were present and after the business, bunco was played. Mrs. Maggie Granger won bunco, Mrs. Mary Ambro, high, Mrs. Katie Guglielmetti, low and Mrs. Rosemary Searing, travel. Mrs. Victoria Riley and Mrs. Al-fia Phillips were guests. Mrs. Anna Soyack will be hostess for the next meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Miller and daughters and Miss Dorothy Mae Miller of Indianapolis were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.- Carl Miller. Daughters in Indians', was present A ed. It was due to her 11 teiong servjee that Indtnna was giv n the honor tess for bunco. Kappa Delta Phi pledges meet lr basement of Clinton Public Library at 7 p. m. Wednesday Old Glory Club 8 p. m. In hall. Last regular meeting of year. Make plans for meeting next Wednesday. Beginners Department of the Methodist Church, meet at the church, 3:30 p. m. Picnic at Sport-land Park. ABC Club picnic at 6 p. ra. Mother's Leisure Club, Mrs. H. B. Miller, Elm Street, 7:30 p. m. 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 Bervlce 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. Trl 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. Thursday Philathea Class of the Baptist Church, Mrs. Clarke Shirley, 822 Elm St. Pot luck supper, 6:30 p. m. Bring covered dish and table service. Election of Officers. Circle 2, WSCS Mrs. G. Roy Stultz, 2 p. m. Mrs. Clifford Jordan and Mrs. J. Aqullla Wright, assisting. Ladles of the Presbyterian Mis and Mrs. Frank Guglielmetti. of making the present 1 tlon and re ceiving the gift. Col. 1UI of camp The bride graduated from Clinton High School with the class of 1935 and has been employed at Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio. The Atterbury thanked the . tns ror the gift. 1. Marjorie Moren, Honored Queen from Washington, Ind. ' spoke for the Job's Daughters. The tlenlor and groom has been in the army for three years and previous to that time was a fireman at Pasadena, Calif. 1 The young couple left Sunday Junior Princesses In purple capes and crowns formed a V on the monument steps and the Job's : Caughters in their white robes filled ,in the V FOOTBALL TIME IS TIME FOR FALL CLEANING You can cheer a lot louder if you are not freezing, so don't forget to get your cold weather apparel dry cleaned ahead of time. at the end of the ceremo.iy. They evening to spend a few days in Indianapolis. They plan to leave a-round the 26th of Sept. for the Army Air Base at Galveston, Texas where the groom is stationed. PEBMANENTS At Prices To Fit All Purses ADAMSON S BEAITOHIUM . 355 South Main St. Phone 502 ROBERTA'S I marched across the circle to the English Hotel singing, "Behold, .Behold, We Are the Daughters of Job." Those attending from heile were Louise Call, Honored Queen,. Hilda Lou Salmond, Senior Princes, Betty Jane Davis, Junior Princess;. Mary Lou Gilfoy and Barbara Birgan, Past Honored Queens, Dolores .Long, Vera Jane Eaton, Gloria Otmon, Myra Griffiths, Caroline Whitcomb, I BEAUTY SHOP MODEL CLEANERS 137 North 7th St. I PHONE JS4-W GUARANTEED I 323 South Main Phone 13 PERMANENTS -ncE- Most popularly tor 'round" dtutrt L Aft IOW AS IK a pint Alwoy pun ontf d-llciout- YOU make any flavor in 2 minuiM. 20 fomoui rcipi in mach pockas. PIom oik yowr grocer for L0tlD0(lDRRy B35 Howard Strtet, San Francisco 3, Calif. sionary Society will meet in the church at 1:00 o'clock for covered dish luncheon. Notice! The Clintonlan Wants Your News. Please Cull Miss Lear To Iloport Social News. Phone 32 or 33. 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 Collch, Mrs. Russell Wil son, Mrs. Josephine Dicks, All Catholic women invited. Helt's Prairie Home Ec. Mrs. Harry Frist, 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Forrest Mack, assistant hostess. Red Cross Surgical Dressing 1 p. m.-4 p. m. Red Cross Knitting 1 p. m.-4 p. m. Friday Outing Club, 7 p. m. Mrs. Ray Goodman, 1027 South Main street. Shtih... I got some nice ripe bananas in the back room RUMMAGE SALE Sponsored By The Catholic Women's Club OF THE SACRED HEART CHURCH FRIDAY and SATURDAY SEPT. n AND 23 126 South Main Street Miss Hartman Bride Of Johnny Fields Recently Miss Alberta L. Hartman, daugh ter of James Hartman of Cayuga became the bride of Johnny R. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Fields, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fields of Covington In ceremonies AMERICA'S FAVORITE xutm&tfr POWER performed recently at the Montrose Parsonage In Terre Haute with Rev. George G. Beatty reading the vows. The only attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Corey of Covington. The bride was dressed in a brown suit with rust accessories and wore a corsage of yellow roseB. The bridesmaid wore a blue suit with brown accessories witii a corsage of red roses. Mrs. Fields was a graduate of Cayuga High School with the class of '44. Prior to her marriage, she was employed as a stenographer at the Pawley Lumber Co. of Cayuga. The bridegroom is a graduate of Covington High School with the class of '40. The newly , married couple went to housekeeping in their newly furnished home on a farm five miles east of Covington, where the groom is engaged in farming. m Miss Louise Robertson of Prince-Nellie Robertson Saturday and Sun-ton, I lid. visited her mother, Mrs. day. Throw Your Scrap Into the Flfhtl LW-ri ' "k All of Indiana can be proud of the fact that we have had an abundance of electric power which even in an era of other wartime shortages has never been "too little or too late." It hasn't been necessary to ration Electricity, and it still works the tame for everyone. Although industrial power consumption in 1944 is more than double that of 1939, the increased demands have been met with no letdown of service to so-called non-essential users. All of which speaks well for the far-sighted planning and courageous action on the part of business-managed utilities. We have staff of more than 1,850 men and 450 women and girls engaged in the ' work of providing and maintaining utility service for over 319,000 regular customers. Service is being rendered we believe-close to par, despite the fact that the staff is 1 depleted due to the absence of nearly 400 former Public Service people who now are 1 1 scattered over all jarts of the globe. ' KNOWING HOW HELPS t Checking up recently to find an answer to the question: "How're we doin'?" we feel that we found it. The solution is experience, or "know-how." We found 179 men who have been in this business with this Com pany more than 25 years. To be exact, these 172 men have worked at utility service a total of 5,520 years, or an average of 30 years and 5 months! Many of them naturally after such long service are in key positions where their experience and consequent "know-how" counts most. The Company is proud of their collective efforts, and of their loyalty to the customers and each Other in the Company. ' THE ELECTRIC HOUR starring NELSON EDDY, who will b hoard over yevr favorite CSS Italian tvsry Wdntday night, f 4: FRIST SQUARE TOES ! FUNERAL HOAAB DAY OR NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONB.IOA There's a good reason why more men wear Florsheim square toes than any other quality make! It's the combination of streamlined style, perfect, longer wear. anJ $1050 ROSENBLATT'S rPyjptlC SERVICE COMPANY OF INDIANA, INC. Buy Bonds! Buy Bonds !

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