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Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, September 21, 1944
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THE DAILY CLINTONIAN , .PageFIva Thursday, September 21, 1914. ? Qnfon Social Notes j1 Thursfla Jolly Club Mm. Uavld Jen- 1 TZfyt kin, 7: P. tn. irs, lutymuna Universal PTA Name Clinton Township Home Ec Thomas, hostess. Methodist Choir will meet at 7:3 , Committees for Year Mvf at Kaiser Home American lgbm Auilllary Le gion Home, p. m, Th. lillea Antlliarv of the Half: "The IteMylinx of Old Clolben Out of Material On Hand" wa the project leooon alven by Mm. Aqulll Wright at the meeting of the Clinton Township Home Keonomlen Ktandlnies euiuuiituw f;r fli yimr were named at tb mm-Uhk nt Hi I nlK-rnal I'TA t (lie nenvul Tu-day evening, Thom uunt'ii Kinarne, Mint Annalf'll'- Huid'-r, J(r. IWHia lllih- Century Club will meet in tbe eiun STOP AT LOUISE'S TODAY! SEE EXTRA LARGE SELECTIONS OF BEAUTIFUL FALL AND WINTER COATS, DRESSES, BLOUSES, SKIRTS SWEATERS, NATIONALLY ADVERTISED GARMENTS! room at 7: p. n. f'liih Tuedav afternoon at the home The Catholic Woman Club will of Mm, Ted Kalwr. Mm. Veda Kel- rI9N, Jl i, viulK liuiilalri una lr. Kail" Vllali; .-ml-r.liii. meet at 7: p. m, Thursday, Tbe hostesses for tbe social program are u ur tf'tirtfs. Mm. Kred Itobner, Mm, luwrf, Mr. Taj, JMr, TliH- ley wa the awelstant hones. Mm. t.ydla Knilih and Mm, C, C, UsiMKhiu more vUMttl of the fluh. Mm' Mary Calbb, Mm. Itussell Wil Mrs tfutaer. orefdent. ooened the son, Mm. Josephine Ulcbs, ah t-iu-ollc women invited. meeting and the gone of tue tnonin. "flow fienilv t'l Afton" wa Fall and Winter COATS Fndar u,t,,ni ViHifb lellowshfo sung followed by the lrd'a Prater. Mm. I'atil Koll bad eharge of quo JUST UNPACKED! A Nice Collection of "S pan king Fresh" House Frocks! You'll Like the Cheery Prints and the Quality Too! BM bayride. Meet at Methodist l.'bureb., m All members reuuired to tation and the response to roll eaii waa jflving "My Most Kiuharralng Moment." bring guest and food enough for ou and guest. Bring wieners, un Meiulem present were Mr. John and cookbi. rirown, Mrs. AiuliU Wrirnt, Mm. I'aul Koli, Mm, John punlsley. Mm, tiicn club Mm. Margaret crow ded, outb Third St., 2 p. m. outina Club, 7 P. ra, Mrs, Bay Karl liew. Mm, Hemebel Shew, Mm, Kinmett Wrltrbt, Mm. iaek Ujit-ruv uitA riuutrhte. Jeattette. Mm, mat Curry J Mr. laM ITuKram, Mm. Rachel I)kiiIi, Mm. Minnie Cult, fail lijrliardwyn, icrt Kike and Mis Hunter; uin-roer Ifuvnduu, Mr, lierilia lllicliai'd-mm. Mm, ;lad' ard. Mite Kara Shew aud Mm. lt'ar: Muwm lieuie-geiilaliven. Mis Viul"f iilw, 'aud-rd f Kw-llewee, Miss Mam ISIjew; Puldi'Hy, Mm. Minnie KHz; Kick (Kwmniliiee, Mm, Ai Oarwwwd, Mm Mabel Martin, Mm. Myrtl aud Mm. iear; Penny Orill, Mm. Gladyn Oard, Officer In Hiarife of (lie tiii! were Ivan Curry, ur"fdeut; Jame Carwiftud, VM-'e-nresidewi; Mm. Thel-tu l.awfdi, aeereiary and Mm. Kail Viialie. treasurer. . A vruntum a teiven consisting f tlie devotional Ijy Miss Anwauelle Hunt?, flag gaiule, fcrouu eiuKiuK, Introduction of new teacijer by Mitw Hunt $ and tviano olo by lio- Hurit'f lue nueiuess lueelinif nlaue 'ir?r tnade for tlie War Fund frlve SPANDY FRESH APRON 1.19 to 1.69 Goodman, 127 South Main street. Saturday Job' Daughters, regular meeting, Kenneth Kollz and children, lionule and Sue, Mm. Wesley (jeoriee. Mm. James Houston and tbe hostesses. Tlj, tiili trvfA was alven In unl Masonic Hall, p. m. Bring rum mage. Sclecl From Cooil 3Iorning Frock Fahhion Book '' Frockw cllv Doiih ' " Monday Jerusalem Chanter tit. O. K, S, son and refresh men t were served. Mm, Kennetb Kol will be tbe boetees Oct. 17 with Mm, Karl Knew Masonic Hall, 7;S P. m. Kleetlon of treasurer. assisting. - Methodist Beginners Have Picnic at finortland Park Hantjv Hour Home Ec Club Meets, Elects Officers Mm. Jiutb Shew aod Mm. "lrene In IC'luiiT and tue aiwuaonns of m Maria liuutaln of l,Heny tlu lio frmit orKauisatioH of the I Wright entertained tbe lleghiner' vine entertained the Happy Hour ?iiiiiibB)ly, . - i Deuartuwnt luf tbe M!)dt Cburcb u,,i Keiuniica Wednesday at with a uieuie at Jfportlaad ' I'ark (teir-ljments wt served Ijo St covered dish luncheon. Mm, Kdn The prettiest apron ever! Perfect for serving dinner at S or breakfast at 1. One of a big group. New Robe Hits t ! ,. II "Ml-! ... ., .. I,, it iV il asutinitiA Wednesday afternoon, f Those attending wer Ann Cer-rUU, fClalue Allison, Allen Brown, V.Aaa Vjiinuinn. liprtha Kllen EdlUK gtuwuhera by the committee. Mm, ril loit, Mm. Thelnia Curry n$ 'Wm, fimtxii McIowelt The club creed wa repeated and 239 299 3.99 the pledge to tbe nag given, am Mable Stoke wa in charge of devotion and the history of the song of the month, "flow Gently Sweet HlilVIUV iS.m IK XIfr ton, I'enoy tMunUiie. I'eggy Ism Mil- The Myal Hearts Class of the ler, Bobby iultb, Gary I'esweuto, f.'hristiau t'hurcb held a eiibs at John Wayne I'esavento, James the Uoadfide I'ark Tuesday wiKhf. iuth, Jack Oilmour, Jv'yla Jane Kl- iriui" was a ven by Mr. iose u.,A ,ndv hv the erouu. Tue food CfliiHwtlte was composed or, oeorge aim iiane n-are, khf.- .... j .... ul ',JJni a'Avnwr tfunrfrfl el fjolduer, ISharon Wegner, Sandra Boll call wa anwered by giving Ml of Mm, Arnold liodgers. Mm, Umo "My Most Knibarrasslug Moment, ura norths Uichardson yeported .i,.j mM fuiuuds of uauer was col Osmoo, Alice Sue Htaats and Helen Dickenson. Ouests were David Berto, John lrry and Joyce fioldner aud Ka-cy Ann Doughty, Assisting the bos-, le&seK were Mrs. Wakefbid flerrUb. lected in tbe recent scrap paper Woody aud Mrs, John uraiuiuer. Others (resent were Mr. Joe Bbaw, Mrs, Jim jaw. Airs. Claude Uaird. Mm, Charles Uoughty, Mrs. ow MiteheJI, Mm, Jack lieed. Mm. Melviu Kifkuias and Miss Mary drive. During tbe election of officer Mm, Violet Buntaln wa named vpje- Others to 5 00 Sizch I0-52 ; I'uy True Quality For True Salifaction I Mrs. James Smith, Mm, John fiold ,.r.iAm. urn. Eva I'off. secretary treiuuirer: Mm. Utverne lwry, as- slsbant; Mm Kdna Keltx, director; a Aiie, ttewland. leader: Mm Casual Wrap-Around Buy In Gorgeous Virgin 100 Camel Wool Practical, warm and smart , , , Ibis raaual wrap conl I a wonderful Invest-went. See oar (uowey-wwing coat collection palay! 29.95 Our Coat Dept. Is Going Big, We Have The Quality, Styles' and Prices, A coat for Every Feminine Member of the Family! Choooe From Large Selection, 1695'3995 FALL DRESSES iiertiia Uicliardsou and Mm, Itutb iitieaftner. alternates: Mm, flos- tiuvMuku rermrter: Mm. Dona Kkeliey. historian: r. w Stoke, song leader and Mm. Bleb NEW FALL BLOUSES ' ner. Mm. I'eari Allison, wanna jar-dine and Myrtle Kdingtou, The occasion was Mm, Wright's birthday and gift was presented her from tbe mother of tb children, 0 0m Hl u fU li MV.YIT The Happy Hour Bunco Club met at tbe home of Mm, Vera Murray recently. After the business session, bunco wa played and prize were awarded U Mrs, Mary Turbevllle, high, Mrs. Myrtle Snort, bunco. Mm- lu-cille Crall low aud Mm. Bernice Klspeit, travel. u,lluMI ilullittt. tin Florence tv'ewUnd and Mm Charles, The place of the nejtt meeting will be aunouoced later. m m 0 aim; t u n visum A progressive bi'keu diuuer party was beij last nijdit by tbe ABC Club at the homes of Mrs, Albert Henderson, Mm. Jo Mikels, Mrs, lioy BuOs aud Mrs, lan Burgan. tjanies were played at the borne of Mm, Burgau with each . member receiving a small gift. The next meeting will be at the borne of Mis, Henderson, October i, EnsJgn and iff. William Malon-ey, Jr, and daughter, Jantee lar-leue of Oottiyton, Calif, have returned to J?ew Orleans wliere Knsigo Malwy Is now stationed after spending 17 day leave with bis mother, Mm. Iteltha Matoney and family of ISoutb Third strwet. Bv I'off bad charge of the recrea-eonieai orlzes were won by Mm, Thelma Mwsoh and Mm, Alice Those attending were Mm, Helen Collettl, Mr. Craft, Mr, f'leana Hall, Mm, Marie Harper, Mm, Kis- pert. Mm. Murray, Mrs, nort aoo Mm 1'iirijeviile The next meeting will be at tbe Fashion Fresh BLOUSES Perfect With Suits and Skirts ; See Our Large Selection of Floral Patterns, Plaids, High Shades and Pastels, Sizes 22-46. .Priced From - 2.99 to 5.95 Rolled Edge '; HANKIES" 29c " home ol Mm, Turbevllle, 0 0 0 I'l'l-HIA 4fllT,K Mlil'.fw Our Large Line of Chenille, Quilted Satin and Veiva Ray Fleece Robes are Ready for Your Inspection, Real Quality. 895 to 1695 AUm 4tnnitU tUtti Seamless HOSIERY 2 Prs. 89c f'ine memter aud one guest, Mrs Wavue Jewell aud sou. Bruce, at Ttm MlsOvuiaa Wants Your Hews, (tease K ail Miss lw To liepori Modal Sews, I'Uoue i or tended the meeting of the Pythian Circle at tlie borne of Mm, Vera liob- Jv'ewbuid. Ouesta of the club were Mm. Bert Buntaln, Mm, Mad KoltK and Mm, fela Koonce, Mem tiers present were Mm. Maude Andrew, Mrs, loul IVwartb, Mm, Bacbel Bozartb, and grandson, Bon-ald Oene, Mm. Marie Buntaln, Mrs. Violet Buntaln, Mr. Vesta Clrey, Mm. lieu Ian Haymaker, Mm. Mosaic Haymaker and daughter, Martha 1ou, Mm. Helen Bel ley and daughter, Catol, Mr. Kdna Kelt, Mr. Thelma fcawson. Mm. Daverne lw-ry, Mrs. Alice Jfewland. Mm. P"!-rence Jiewiaod, Mm. Kva Boff, Mm. Bertha Richardson, Mm, Don Skel-ley, Mrs, Helen Spurr and daughter, 4udy Kay, and Mr. Mable Stoke. 000 Cayuga. Residents Announce Marriage of Daughter Mr. and Mm. frauds Sayre announce the marriage of their daughter, Barbara Jean ayre to Jimmy Wayne Trosper. The ceremony was performed by Judge Everett lavis-son lu the presence of 'he bride's parent aud sister, Tl bridegroom is the sou of Mrs. Blanche Trosper ttiion and I employed 1 file Cayu ertsou last night, I Following tiie business meeting I bunco was played with Miss Kditb Stevenson winning high. Mm. J'lea Kelsheimer, bunco aud travel, and Mm. D, , Alexander, low, liefieshmeuts were served and Jerri -Jo-Dee Carole King Nelly Don ( Nan Carson June Bentley Joan Miller Anne Howe Claire Tiffany Irma Hill PKBMANJJM8 At I'rices To I'lt AH t'urse MAM40-S BIJt lOHIt M ISSS k Koutb Maiu St, Phone Wi the next meeting will be at the borne of Mrs. Kelsbeiiuer. Devon K. HwhiuU te return ed to tlrinl likes. III. Monday af Come to Our BABYLAND Today ter spending a nine day leave with BABY BLANKETH4 4. V bis wife, Kathryu Simpson Biitoid ajd children ol Brazil, Ind. They also visited many friends In CJinton, lu.iiii' rrmer tf'liiily,M residents, iea- You'll FRIST ga. Milling Company, VI 3?i mau Bchtold is to be transferred nil iMk 0 0 0 U. and Mr. T- K Jpwortb are spetiding bis furlough wUh I A. Ijtv-u,,w1i'm ii,iiiier. Mrs. Una iapwortb 1 f Home on bis return to ;reat flakes. Mrs. Kdgar Died rlch of ludiaua-tMjIis. a fornix oax'her in the local of Sliepherdsville aud her parents. schools wa the Wednesday evening We Have A Size And Style For You 6951995 guest of Mr. and Mm. Max John Mr. aud Mm. C. M. White, jr. i,t. Ipwortta M stationed at Hondo Kleld, T'exaa. 000 Mrs, f,eonard Snowberry and Mm sou. Mm. Dinlerieu wa formerly v !; ! -jy n f Love The Quality And Hie Of Our Blankets Dozens To Choose From $3.99 $0.00 $8.95 Klmer Tlmmermau aud daughter MBS DAY 4 niGHT .Sharon le returned to their borne in Detroit, Mich, after spending tbe past week with their parents, Mr. Miss I'hoebe iCouley. Mrs. I'4e ouna aud son, Cary Howard, have returned to their home in Indianapolis after spending a week witii her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Monroe Howard of Blackmau sireet. aud Mm. Oeorge Wake of fiorlb Main Street. 000 Xiurtn hlmuktsLm fm mniM ok - itIIi, I'lrilt, Mu,-, wliiu? Willi Hula 411 41, UMWM KKl-KUMf Warm, soft baby-buntings with shining rayon satin binding. Pink, blue, white. The annual Keeder reunion will be held Sunday. Oct. at the One- Baby dresses berib-boned and embroidered. White, pink. Half Century Club. All relatives of tbe Keeder fam KOBKUTA'S BKAUTV SHOP SH7 ortb 7tll M. mostc it-w OTAHANTKICD J'KKMANKNTS ily are Invited. Our Baby Items Are Always The Best Quality Obtainable EE 249 2-99 3.95 5-00 f0 3.95 Mr. and Mm. Chuck Burton and CHILDREN'S PANTIES Elastic All Around 2-4-6-8-10-12 BEST RAYON 59c . 69c Children's Blouea - CoaU Dresses - Skirts Beanies - Eaincapes And Jodphurs i children of Xhrevcport, I are vis iting with tbeir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Harper of Kwiug St. aud other relative (or one week. FALL HANDBAGS SSSESSS 299 7'5 Everybody roves about your J 0 m Mr. and Mm. Pete Donna and son and Mrs. Monroe Howard visited In salads, Peg.What'sihe secret? Terre Haute Saturday, f v tr a. NO EXTRA CHARGE USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN ? ig Efg CsleUUstk Poultry men should expect a da-crease u calcification of gf hell in spring bird are going out of production. Unlet Uun (belied cgf cr found on Urge scale, the diet should not b blamed tor th cofgb Uoo. ! at Clinton, Ind. at Paris, III. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR STYLE AND QUALITY! GET BOTH AT--- We're Always Glad To Show You! ! ! Anwricaa Beauty 8hop Vera Mae Black I2S. Maia fumr tM MUIOM ASM Miracle Whip does work atMdW with sa!aU! A unque combination of oid-lasluooed boJed dressitig and fane mayoonaitc. Miracle Whip it Vy Ui AmervJt't lavorite salad droMOg. 0 fcpeetallsed Hair Mj Hag fertuaswwc lava ttMiM 'ur Am auuAslaMfll 4f ,-r

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