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? Tuesday, September 26, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONI AN Page Three Coebbels Using yam- Clinton Social Notes "War of Nerves' "phony war" of 1939 quickly recognized Cloebbels tactics. It is the kind of stuff the American soldier will bump into increasingly in the future, particularly when fighting becomes static for any protracted ' FBIUHv Agnes Bohinc Honored With Birthday Dance Friday Eve Miss Agnes Marie Bohinc was the honor guest at a birthday party given recently in honor of her seventeenth birthday anniversary. Hostesses were Mildred Trkula, Marjorie Marcinko, Angeline Mirkovicli, Do Tuesday Delta Theta Tau Regular meeting In Half Century Club Against Yanks (Continued from page 11 Mr. and Mrs. Linus Evans, Itock- at 7:45. Minnehaha Club, 7:30 p. m. at ville, are the parents of a son born at the VermillionCounty Hospital Sunday. The infant weighed fie lores Per on a and Betty Griffin. The party was held at Peroua's Hall Frl-' Pounds and two ounces and has eminent, promptly scotched (Joebbcls little war of nerves by placing their faith in American soldiers and as a result nothing happened. Hut on Sunday night another was suddenly circulated that the grand the hall. Red Cross Surgical Dressing 1 p. UK-4 p. Ill- Golden Star Club, Mrs. Elmer All-good, Crornpton Hill, 7:30 P- ni. Wednesday Tri Kappa. Mrs. Charles Schelsky, day evening. .been mimed Joseph William. Mrs. Among those present were Jiggs Evans is the former Miss Juimlla Karanovich, Bill Jackson, Arnold Milan. Holston, Blanford and Chuck Hess AS and Mis. Jack Granger, Uni contractors under the supervision of the Engineers Corps. Mrs. Julius Y. Tolmadge, president general, has announced that the organization has on hand in the War Projects Fund, a sufficiet sum to build three hospital libraries. It is hoped that the society may build (en or possibly twelve permanent hospital libraries in different sections of the country. Besides the discussion of the new war project at the meeting. Mrs. Howard Hancock, Slate Recording Secretary, gave an interesting talk Brouillet, Chapter, DAR. Holds First Meeting At Ricaudas Mrs. Ioui Jiicauda First HwUt For Daughters Of Auuvhau lUvoItiou Mooting. Hospital Libraries JMmumI. The construction of permanent libraries at selected general hospitals throughout the United States by the Daughters of the American Revolution was discussed at the first meet duchy's prime minister, just retum- of Paris, III all of the U. S. Navy Lawrence W. Luce of the Wabash apartments has returned horns after spending the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Drouilette of Chi-iiigo and Mrs. Harry L. Luce and daughter. Sharon Hose of Hammond. Mrs. Lawrence Luce accompanied him home after a three weeks vacation in Chicago. m Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorgc T- Cillson of Morgan, l'a. are the guests of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. William Sexton of Blackman street. Mrs. Cilll-son who formerly resided in Clinton, is the former Miss Martha Sexton. d from London, had narrowly es Russell Lawson, Butch Burton. Steve caped assassination. A dozen ver Old Glory Club Meet for 7 o'- skorich, John A. Marcinko, Mildred clock dinner at Antonlnl's. Leave j Trkula, Clyde Amennan, Angeline gifls for mystery pals at hall. J Mirkovicli, Ernest Finger, Betty versal, are the parents ol a sun born at the Vermillion County Hospital Sunday. The infant weight-d six pounds, two and a half ounces and has been named ltiekie Lee. Mrs. Granger is tiie former Miss Donna Miller. Seaman Granger is now stationed at Great Lakes, 111. with the L'niied States Navy. Mr. and Mrs. William Lowdcrman, White Heather Circle. 7:30 Mrs. Griffin. Joe Norman. Dolores Pero- Marion Wilkie, South Sixth street. Ina, Marjorie MarcUiko and the non- sions came floating on the wind, followed by immediate denials. tVhisNr WinMT Humors Descriptions of the (Jiros of winter campaigning are being busily wiiispered Into American ears by e-lusive sources. At the same time the Nazis are using their favorite on her trip to Kills Island and Mrs Red Cross Surgical Dressing 7 p. lor guest. Agnes Marie. Ora Dovle reviewed the Constitu m.-9:30 p. ni. I Refreshments were served and tion. Refreshments were served at ing of the year of Brouillet Chapter, D. A. It., whirl) was held at the Wednesday Bridge Club, Mrs. I games and dancing were enjoyed the close of the meeting. Guests of the evening were Mrs. Fred Meyer, Mrs. Cordon Fletcher Guy Brlggs, 2 p. m. Past Chiefs Club of Thelma Tem home of Mrs. Dom Ricauda recently. Details of the new war project have been worked out through a trick of sending small nuisance patrols over every night to dig in the pie, at the hall on Blackman street, hills behind our lines and machine- Mrs. Claud Newton, Mrs. Howard Hancock, Mrs. James Barnes and conference between representativs of ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 North 7th St. rifO.XE 1K4-W GUARANTEED PERMANENTS gun traffic, compelling the yanks Blanford are the parents of a daughter born at the county hospital Sunday. The infant welched eislit pounds and six ounces and lias been named Judy Elaine. Mis. Lowdcrman is the former Miss Mary Pres-ko. Tomorrow's Kitchen Postwar kitchens will have less of Miss Mary Lou Gilfoy. to maintain constant patrols to mop up the border countryside. Those of us who watched the Members attending were Mrs. Henry Gilfoy, Mrs. Charles Meyer, McGinnis Entertain At Surprise Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Reed McGinnis of Universal entertained with a surprise birthday party Sunday evening honoring Mrs. Maurice Stevens and Lorraine McDonald. Guests attending were Mrs. Lora Byram and daughter, John Bochner of Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. John Gamblll, Joe Hudson, Mrs. Stanley Reed and eon, Jerry, Mrs. Elsie 7:30 p. m. Idle Wile Club, Mrs. Earl Turner, South Fourth street, 2 p. m. TbursQav W. S. C. S. of Centenary Methodist Church meets Thursday afternoon, 2 p. m. with Mrs. Leo Huffman, Mrs. Emmett Wright assisting. Couples Class of Baptist Church meet at church at 7:30 p. m. Will Mrs. J. M. Frist, Mrs. A. D. Spears, Mrs. Henry Warren, Mrs. J. D. Dovle, Mrs. Ralph Campbell, Mrs Charles Griffin and Miss Rose Johnson. Mrs. Henry Warren will be the Sheets and daughter, Kay, William H. Gamblll, Woodrow Gamblll and entertain the Philathea Class and hostess for the next meeting, October 6. Mrs. John Jones and daughter, Men's Bible Class. Members of the "laboratory" effect and be more ' "homey" as well as more con- j venient, it is predicted. Top shelves : which will be easy to reach, definite I places for a radio, a table and a j comfortable chair, larger windows and a wider range of wall colors are among the predicted postwar kitchen features. The combination is expected to give an effect of . spaciousness and great?' floor space j to kitchens which actually may be ! quite limited in area. I the Surgeon General of the United States Army and the D. A. R. executive committee. These libraries will conform to the local hospital architecture and will be permanent memorials to the outstanding contribution o f the Daughters of the American Revolution in aiding the sick and wounded battle casualties. Dedication of these buildings after construction can be arranged through D. A. R. committees. Suitable markers will be placed in each building indicating they were made possible by the Daughters of the American Revolution. Care of the libraries will be under the Army Library Service, Each library will consist of two large reading rooms with the books so arranged that a patient in a wheel chair can easily reach any of them. There will be a work space for the librarian and a small reception hall. They will be constructed by civilian the honored guests and the hosts. The honored guests received sever Couples Class are to bring a pump Tina Marie of South Fifth street al nice gifts. Ice cream and cake kin pie. Jerusalem Chapter No. 254 O. E. and Mrs. Marion L. Wright and chil were served to the guests. dren, Deanne, Dickie and Barbara 4 of South Fourth street spent Sun S. and Morris Chapter No. 66 will have inspection at 7:30 p. m. at the Masonic Hall. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p. m. at the Clinton Hotel. One Guest, Mrs. Shannon Attends DEB Club Meeting day at the home of Mrs. Wright's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Cum Young Peoples Class, First Chris Mrs. Mary Shannon was a guest tian Church, Mr. and Mrs. James mins in Paris, 111. w M. E. Alford of Chicago is visit Wallace, Walnut street, 7:30 p. m. at the DEB Club meeting held at the home of Mrs. Margaret Crow-der on South Third Btreet yesterday. Acme' Club, Mrs. Cecil Anstead, ing his daughter, Mrs. Pearl Luoc Walnut street, 7:30 p. m During the business meeting, and family of South Seventh street. Jolly Homemakers Club meet at plans were made to have a pot-luck supper at the home of Mrs. Louise Must Be Pressed Some sweaters need to be lightly pressed or "blocked" to give them a finished appearance after they've been washed. To block, wait until the sweater is practically dry. Then cover it with a dry press cloth, then a dampened press cloth. Barely touch a warm iron to the top press cloth until moisture steams through the sweater. Take off both press cloths and leave the sweater until it is thoroughly dry. the borne of Mrs. Ott Armstrong, Walnut street, 1:30 p. m. Conners on October 2- Bunco was played with Mrs. Eve Red Cross Surgical Dressing 1-4 lyn Kelley winning bunco; Mrs. Max- p. m. Red Cross Knitting 1 p. m.-4 p. Notice! The CUntonian Wants Tour News, riease Call Miss Iear To Report Social News. Phone 38 or 33. PERMANENTS At Prices To Fit All Purses ADAMSO.V8 BEAITOKIUM 355 '. South Main St. Phone 502 m. Pocahontas Lodge 7:30 p. m. at ine Turner, high; Mrs. Rovlne Eaton, low; Mrs. Jennie Ross, travel. Mrs. Kelley received the birthday gift. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Kelley on October 6. the hall, bunco and euchre at 8 p. m. Classified Ads Sell Most Anything B & P. W. 6:30 p. m. at the Py : thian Sisters hall, pot-luck dinner. Billy Carnell of the U. S. Navy is Each member bring own table serv- spending an 18 day leave with his ice and drink and covered dish. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Carnell Stitch in Time Club will mmet with ' and grandmother, Mrs. Henrietta Mrs. Carl Miller, corner of third and Carnell of North Fourth Street. He American Beauty Shop Vera Mae Black 312 8. Main Phone 00 Sficciulized Hair Styling s) Permanent Waves Phone For An Appointment John streets, 11 a. m. for covered recently returned from England dish dinner. Bring table service and (f .;-. :i.r.. NEW ITEMS .HST AltlilVKI). WATCH I'E.NXEVH FOR YOIK NEEDS. IF WE DON'T HAVE IT NOW WE MA V HA VIS IT LATER. Hoys Iteversilile CORDUROY SUITS MEN'S CORDUROY i 3.10 FINGERTIPS Fully Lined Jarfcct E ft ft CAPS TO MATCH, 7Ue Ji3U NEW! Pattern to Match! READY MADE BATHROOM DRAPES CURTAINS 5.49, ir 3.98 ! Floi-ul PaUrnis Slmwor Curtain 4.98 j Lovely Klws '2 to 10 WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S NECKWEAR NIGHT WEAR 790- 1.49 69c, 1. 10 j Collars, Jabots, Dickies Fajamas and Slecicrs j Women's in AvviTTmvvc. TUCKSTITCH FLANNEL GOWNS UNDERWEAR M5,o 1.81 320KttI1 l'lain or l'a''i"H antl. s and V ests ( '. Lovely ! :,.,.V.'," , , RAYON PRINTS i SKEIt.SI KI'.K MQm Floral I'Hiicns Vd. 590 and 690 Yd. Men's lllfiinls i'olo smim i nn i'ham huts m no I.011K Sleeve I .st J Hals 5c .JW Hi-ashed liuyon 980 2.59 and 2.98 Hen's , WOKK KOX A I'm. Oe HAVOX I1LOISES I QQ t Med. Weight C J Up Sl7.cs lo 1 1 ' gW Hoys I tiirls rXDKKWEAIt 7Qa IEHKIX SETS O AO Winter Weight V I J".v I'laids Women I "iris i xiox si its I ic' imKssiss I 9Q Winter Weight I I W ; :l In fl x 1 J j Children i'Ni'.'v Ki irs , 0J UNION ft,TS Medlim, Weight " 1 3 j 66 0 and 690 NOTICE MOOSE CANDIDATES Be at Moose Lodge Hall 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26 FLOYD GUINN, Secretary covered dish. Friday Clinton Township Farm Bureau ion meet at the Crornpton Hill school house at 8 p. m. Ralph M. Kriebel of Purdue, speaker. Bring sandwiches. . . Patricia Jo and Barbara Jean 1205 South Eierhth street, were Kappa Delia Phi, formal initia tion, 7:30 p. m. September 29, Clin-'admitted to the county hospital Sat- FRIST urday as tonsillectomy caBes. ton Hotel. lf Actually AMAZIM(PtfE Betty Hayes, 111 South Main street, was admitted to the county hospital Saturday as a , tonsillectomy V case. . Thit'c What Thou 0au ihm.f th m Navy Veteran Honored At Birthday Party Sunday Coxswain Harmon Hammond was the hnnnr piip.t At fl hlrthHnv din-. limi mini i ii vi WHj nuvui uie Max Igo, Wilmington, 111., was admitted to the county hospital Sat- ner in Simrlav t the home of urday as a surgical case, A FUNERAL HOME DAY OR NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONB 106 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Somes of J- Dr- Frank Wann. Dana; Miss Sa-South Seventh street. Coxswain vannah Kelt, 434 South Main street Hammond observed his twenty-first nd Morrls Sanders, 603 rsorth birthday Third street, were admitted to the Those' attending were Mrs. Mar-'!ountr Pl"l Monday as medical tha Hammond and son, Harold ca,eB- ' COAL HEATER Holds 100 lbs. of coal. Heats all day and night without refueling. New, patented interior construction responsible foi remarkableresults inhun dreds of thousands of homes throughout the nation. Burns any kind of coal, coke, briquets. No clinkers. Easy to operate. Be sure to net the I.oyd, Mrs. Forrest Beard and chil-j compihe crnif AiirUT Vlf AVC rti Robert Fiscus tiren, Air. ana Mrs, HOMf KIT! rrfcni'inituii untb and family. Mrs. Tom Martis and son, Johnny, Mrs. Ida France, Miss 59 Mean im NituralOooklngcuriiandwavetTrow , youn easily, cool -I y, comfortably, 1 t borne. Do it yourself. The amaxtng i hi. No. m,B27. Jimm Thelma Beard, Miss Ann Gaverne i si PERMANENT ClmmKd' genuine look for the name WAVE KIT Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fiscus and Bon, Doyne WARM MORNING. We have it on display NOW. verythinf you need, prrmanent wav mntainaeviirvlhina'vouri oIuuod, cui Irn, , Max of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs Bnaropoo ana wave aei. tor a putting your hair up in curleri. Insist on the Frank Douglas and daughter, Mrs. j uinrtjimiBi it -nrflMifr n -t--wi wnwiii " Tnr" "l A. J. DOUGHTY genuine cnorm-Auri America largest selling home permanent wave kit. Get one today at (iilils rharnmt y and All l'rnr 8 hires. FUtMTUCE STOVES Carl Woodard and children, Mrs. Tod Martin and children and Mrs. Joseph Snodgrass all of Rockville. liK.S Clinton, Indiana 2111-34 Elm St. Cox. Hammond is spending a 30 day leave with his mother and bro mm reasons Tor fc urgent frying1 Ihcr, Mrs. Mnrtha Hammond, 326 North Main street after serving 30 mouths in the South Pacific and 2 months In the Atlantic. He enlisted In the Navy December 10, 1941 and since that time has taken part in six major battles. He has served on Bougainville, Savo, Australia, New Zealand, England and Scotland. He was given a citation on Gua ill ! dalcanal for bravery and devotion to duty. He will return to Oakland Calif, the first of October to wait for new assignment. This is the first furlough Hammond has had since entering the service. Wheelers Entertain Guests At Dinner Party Sunday ''''( M0DES5 HAS A SWELL II" """"V 0 NEW MONgy-SAVER. J V I BOX THAT SAVES j I Z SH0PPING TR'PS ' Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wheeler, south of town, were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bo-land of Danville, III., Mr. and Mrs. Now you'll limply HAVE to try Modesa because 1. the new Money-Saver box is so easy to carry. 2 Models is softer 1 3 out of 4 women voted it softer to touch, in a nationwide poll. 3. Modess is safer! In hospital tests, 209 nurses found it far more protective than nationally known layer-type napkins! 4.49,701 women gave as reasons for switching to Modess "So soft," "So safe".. .or "So comfortable." 5. More women are switching to Modess than to any other sanitary napkin. YOU'D better try it! Pat Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Webster OF CLINTON, CLINTON TOWNSHIP, FAIRVIEW PARK AND UNIVERSAL MAY PAY REAL ESTATE, PERSONAL, AND POLL TAXES at the Vermillion County Rationing Board Office in Clinton on THURSDAY, FRIDAY, & SATURDAY SEPT. 28, 29, and 30 KARL G. IlICKEX, rolXTY TRE ASI'ItKK, WILL HAVE THE COl.NTY TAX HIMIhS AT THE It ATlo.MXti ItoAKI) OFFICE OX THE A HOVE HATES Foil THE COXVEMEXCE OF LOCAL TAXI'AVEHS. KVKKVOXE IS I KtiEll TO TAKE ADVAXTAtiE OF THIS OlTOHTl X1TV TO I'AV TAXES HEitE. HOI US: THI ItshAV AXI FHIDAV 8 A. M. TO 4 P. M. SATI RDAY 8 A. M. TO XOOX. Try MODESS Now I and daughter, Vicky Sue all of Clinton. Evening callers were Guy Little and daughters, Betty and Phyllis of route two, Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clement of South Fifth street and Mrs. Charles Clemens left for Phoenix, Ariz, today. Mr. Clemenex will make his home there and the two Mrs. elements will go on to Los Angeles. Calif, to visit Charles Clemens of the L. S. Navy. Mrs. Harry Clement will return to her home in a few weeks. C1.IXTOX TOWNSHIP FARM 111 I1KAI' Ralph M. Kriebel, soil conservationist of Purdue University, will be the guest speaker at the Clinton Township Farm Bureau meeting held at the Crornpton Hill School house Friday evening at 8 p. m. .Mr. Kriehel was a guest at the meeting in January, Get the new money-saver box SAVE r J SOFTER, SAFER SANITARY NAPKINS ONLY , M i

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