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September 29, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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T THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Three Friday, September 29, 1944. TODAY'S NEEDLEWORK CIJOSRITAL jj Clinton Social Notes Texas Roses Texas cultivates 16,000 varieties of roses and harvests more than 20,-000,000 rose bushes a year, more than half of the world' commercial supply. Halsey Hurls Third Smash At Philippines (Continued from page 1) Friday The Fairview Community Club meets each Friday evening at 7:30 p. m. tor bunco games. Everybody welcome. Huppy-Go-I.ucky Bunco Club, to Centenary WSCS Elect New Officers At Thursday Meet Tha Pfinlonnrv WKf'H met at the Garnet Kitchen, R. 2, Clinton and Mrs. Osa Miller, Cayuga, were admitted to the county hospital Thursday as tonsillectomy cases. Morris Sanders, North Third street, Mrs. Ruth Thomas, Xcueker street and Mrs. Mary Moore, Vine home of Mrs. Bertha Huffman J have met with Mrs. Blanche Welker 1 ROBERTA'S 1 BEAUTY SHOP i 137 North 7th St. i'HOMO 184-W GUARANTEED g PERMANENTS will meet with Mrs. Lela Youmans. Thursday with Mrs. Martha Wright assisting. that the backbone of Japunese aerial Members of the club opened the meeting by the group singing of street, were dismissed from the county hospital Thursday. and shipping strength in the islands Meryl Wilding Observes Eighth Birthday Sunday A surprise birlhday party was given Sunday, Sept. 24 by .Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Wilding, Lyford. Jn honor of their daughter, Meryl June's eighth birthday. KlKlit guests attended and games were played with Nancy I.aulerbach winning first prize; Patricia Shoemaker, second and Ruth Ann Yow-ell. third. Delicious refreshments were served and Meryl June received many nice cards and gifts. Guests attending were Kaiiene Huniblln, Okie Hultoin, Patricia may well be broken. "Showers of Blessing." Mrs. Char Clinton Township Farm Bureau meet at the Crompton Hill school house at 8 p. ni. Ralph M. Kriebel of Purdue, speaker. Bring sandwiches. Kappa Delta Phi, formal Initiation, 7:30 p. in. September 29, Clinton Hotel. Monday Kneniy Toll Mount Results from Saturday s raid rais les Cluder gave the scripture and a letter written by Bob Swaira, "We Turn to God" was given. Mrs. Cluder ed the loll exacted from the enemy CLINTON STORE In the Philippines to 144 ships sunk, 180 damaged, and 1,014 planes de also gave the prayer. Mrs. Martha Wright gave a talk on "Courage" and Mib. Hugh Van stroyed In addition to 200 Biiiull sur Lieu gave the lesson, "Fishermen of Fine Quality, Sturdy 7174' Men." During the business meeting it face craft sunk or dumaged. Totul American losses from the same operations were: 42 pilots, 23 crewmen and 61 planes. Even In previous raldB when the Japs Bent Wakdfe Club, regulur meeting and inltiutlon, 7:30 p. m Mrs. Ray Shew. TuesOay Alpha Club, Mrs. Clay Neal South Sixth, 2 p. m. Wednesday Women's Republican Corps, 2 p. m. swarms of Interceptors Into the air Poplin UNIFORMS to meet the American threat, not a single vessel of the United .States fleet was damaged and Saturday the virtually nominal air resistance was voted to give $2 to the War Fund. An election of officers waB held with Mrs. Martha Wright as president; Mrs. Cluder, vice-president; Mrs. Bess Kaiser, secretary; Mrs. Bess Wright, treasurer; Mrs. Kaiser, reporter; Mrs. Van Lieu and Mrs. Wright, ways and means committee; and Mrs. Edna Shew, cards and flowers. Hostesses for the year were also chosen. The nine members attending were Mrs. Cluder, Mrs. Kaiser, Mrs. Ly- was speedily wiped out. ' 1 Shoemaker, Dorothy stone, Nancy Louterbach, Lois Ann Jones, Ruth Ann Vowell, Barbara Shoemaker, a cousin, Grover V. Lane of North Terre Haute and Mrs. Mary K. Wilding, grandmother of the honored guest. BTITTH-IX-TIMK MKKTH Nine members of the Stitcli -In-Time Club met at the home of Mrs. Carl Miller on South Third street yesterday. A delicious covered dish luncheon was served and the afternoon was spent in games and sewing. Mrs. Carl Halsey will be the next hostess at her home on South Third street. 'by" Alice Brooks Mrs. Woodrow Foncannon Honored At Recent Shower Mrs. Woodrow was the honored MACARTHUR'S GEN. DOUGLAS American night HQ., New Guinea. guest at a miscellaneous shower glv-j palro bombers striking deep Into en Thursday evening at the home of 98 Jap-held territory in the Philippines 1 Sizes 12 to 20 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dixon with Mrs. Ben Foncannon as assistant hostess. sank a 10,000 ton enemy transport and heavily damaged a 6,000 ton freighter-transport near Jolo In the dia Smith, Mrs. Shew, Mrs. B. Wright, Mrs. M. Wright, Mrs. Elva Walters, Mrs. Huffman and Mrs. Van Lieu. A mock wedding was presented during the evening with Mrs. Mamie Smith as the minister, Mrs. Ben Others to $2.39 Sulu archipelago, Gen. Douglas Mac Arthur announced today. mash at Houth Philippines With a filet crochet pattern as simple as this one you will find it no tusk to make a chair or buffet set. It costs less than a dollar. Start a set now and put it aside as a gift. Pattern 7174 contains charts and instructions for set; illustrations of stitches; list of materials. 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 Dally Clintonlan, Household Arts Dept., 064 West Randolph Street, Chicago 80, 111. Write plainly NAME, ADDRESS Foncannon, groom and Mrs. Kenneth As far ranging patrol planes smashed hard at Jap shipping in the Foltz, bride. Contests were enjoyed with Mrs. Paul Foltz winning both prizes, which she presented to the bride. Following the social time, delicious Notice! The Clintonlan Want Your News. Please Cull Miss Lear To Report Social News. Phone 82 or 33. PERMANENTS At Prices TV Fit All Purses ADAM BON'S IIEAITORICM 3 6 5 South Main St. Phone 502 southern Philippines, other U. S. bombers hammered enemy positions in the Moluccas, doing much damage to Jap installations on Djoronga Island, near Halmahera. , Fine quality poplin coat style uniforms in snowhite or Army Air Force Blue! Ideal for Beauticians, Nurses, Waitresses, Housewives or Defense Workers! Smart convertible collar, set-in belt and roomy pockets. 1 refreshments were served. t Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Foncannon, Mrs. Woodrow Fon-I cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Foltz, Mr. and and PATTERN Nl'MUER. Our new 32-page Needlework Book Is yours for Fifteen Cents more Yanks Shatter Nazi Gothic Line, Battle for Roads . 130 Illustrations of designs fori WE LIKE TO EMPHASIZE embroidery, home decoration, toys, knitting, crochet, quilts. The Quality of Our DRY CLEANING! (Continued Irom page 1) Mrs. Charles Shannon, Mrs. Joe Foncannon, Mrs. Kenneth Foltz, Miss Joyce Elaine Wahlschmit, Mrs. Jack Murray and daughter Janet, Miss Dora Foncannon, Mrs. Marie Dean, Mrs. Mayme Smith and daughter, Mary Alice, Mrs. J. Godwin, Mrs. Conrad Kite and son, Mrs. Wilhel-mine Gosnell, Mrs. Raymond Gosnell, Mrs. W. Gross and son, Mrs. Ed Shannon, Mrs, Mae Hablcht and daughter, Edna, Mrs. Anna Miller, Mrs. William Beard. The brfde re- zone, can now be said to have penetrated the Gothic wall of fortifications along its entire front with the , Yes, we LIKE to emphasize the quality of our dry cleaning because we know that you will find, liy roinpuiing our result with our exception of a very small area on Word has been received by Mrs. j DRESS FABRICS and CRETONNE 100 per cent WOOL PLAINS and PLAIDS Fall colors, smart designs Yd. $1.98 to $2.98 BEAUTIFUL RAYON TAFFETA Checks and Plaids, lovely colors Yd. $1 to $1.29 PASTEL COLOR ROULETTE CREPE Ideal for dresses, blouses, etc. Yd. $1.19 BACK-TO-SCHOOL CHECKED COTTONS Chic, fresh Black and White Yd. 69c FLORAL PATTERNED CRETONNES Bright colors, new designs Yd. 59c to $1.98 the west coast of Italy. During the past two weeks, headquarters said, Gen. Clark's ' forces captured 400 German prisoners. Kay cottrell, South Ninth street, of the birth of a grandson to Mr. and iceived several nice gifts. Mrs. Joseph G. Cottrell, Price, Utah. I I Acme Club Members Meet I At Anstead Home Thursday claims, that we really "buck up" those statements. We know ' that you will he thoroughly pleased with our results from the gentle cleaning process through careful pressing and finishing. That is why e get the same garments again and again because we emphasize quality-controlled cleaning processes. Have Your Cleaning Done The Model Way MODEL CLEANERS The infant was born Sept. 22 at a hospital in Price. The infant weighed seven pounds and 11 ounces and has been named Ernest Ray. This is the second child of the family. I Members of the Acme Club met (Thursday evening at the home of I Mrs. Cecil Anstead for their regular The German defense on the Eighth Army sector, on the right flank of the Fifth Army, stiffened and the Nazis loosed counter-attacks on several positions. British spearheads reached Trlbo-la but they were unable to hold the village in the face of strong Nazi attacks. . Canadians Inctt Forward Canadian troops and other Allied forces fought bitterly in the east meeting. Two guests, Mrs. Gertrude Mcln- tyre of Indianapolis and Mrs. Olive Mills of Westfleld, 111., attended the Window ECRU and GREEN Blinds 490 Foxhunting It is said that huntsmen adopted red as the color of their uniform because King Henry II declared foxhunting a royal sport and red is tha color of 'Jie royal livery. meeting. Nursery Chairs OAK n nn FINISH For early training. Sturdily constructed of fine Bunco was played at four tables with Mrs. Fred Mackel winning high and travel; Mrs. Harry Kelley, sec 36"x7-Ft. size blind ideal for any room in the house. Fine quality. ern Appenlne mountain range, inching forward in the face of heavy Nazi counter-attacks in which Kessel- ond high; Mrs. ; Ed Cunningham, bunco; and Mrs. Claude Foltz, low. rlng employed a maximum of tanks, Mrs. Mclntyre won the guest prize and Mrs. Glen Brldgeman received the birthday gift from the members. American Beauty Shop Vera Mae Black 812 8. Main Phone 00 Specialized Hair Styling Permanent Waves Phone For An Appointment Official Size Overseas Gift MAILING CARTONS 10c The official size mailing carton in sturdy fibre for mailing your overseas gift packages by October I 5 th. Refreshments were served by the artillery and Infantry. ' Especially hard fighting was In progress northwest of Canonica and south of the Mont Albano heights north of the Rubicon river. Headquarters announced that since the start of the offensive on the Adriatic which outflanked the Gothic Line at Rimini, the Eighth Army has taken 9,000 prisoners and destroyed or captured 73 armored vehicles, and 43 anti-tank guns. You Can Be One of the First to Read That New Book by America's 'Living Legend': 'ERNIE hostess. The next meeting will be held Oct. 18 with Mrs. Harry Moore. One Guest Present At Jolly Homemakers Club Mrs. O. A. Armstrong entertained eight members and one guest, Mrs. Mills, Westfleld, 111. of the Jolly Homemakers Club at her home on Walnut Street Thursday afternoon. Following the business meeting contests were played with Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Clayton, Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Gross winning. Refreshments were served and the October meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Clayton in Fairview. A one o'clock luncheon will be served with Mrs. Mary Waugh as hostess. V Mrs. Grace Squires of North Develop Goldenrod Special strains of goldenrod have been developed with heights of six feet and leaves with a rubber content from 6 to 10 per cent. PYLE ONE YARD PATTERN Twelfth street is confined to her home with illness. flaufW Ads Sell Most Anything Place Your Order NOW For: BRAVE MEN Ernie's Eagerly Awaited Book of Stories Including the Invasion "!, I ' l j INVEST IN A ' J .... ' fOR DIVIDENDS fc , Of WEAR '' fe 7 ,il'(0 29-7S I 1 W , Why? Thefabrics,"fdr instance V jt- I i v ' ' ' ' f all-wool worsteds! 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This pattern, together with a needlework pattern of useful and decorative motif for linens and garments. TWENTY CENTS. Send TWENTY CENTS In coins for these patterns to The .Daily goodyeah TO MOIT MOTOIIITf Now as always, 8 rat choice of In oat motorists is Goodyear . . . a big, good-looking tire built for extra safety and long, low-cost mileage. Bring in your Grade I certificate today; $105 drive out on a tire (J you can trust. (plus tax) A.00-16 fw7i yoef clj llrt) NINTH & BOGART MOBILGAS STATION JOE GIACOI.ETTO J Clintonlan, Pattern Dept., 155 N. If! I MITE'S PHARMACY J y-, . v Jefferson St., Chicago 80. 111. Write plainly SIZE, NAME, AUDKESS, STYLE M'MIIEK. Send FIFTEEN CENTS more for the Marian Martin new and bigger Summer Pattern Book. 32-Pages. easy-to-make styles. Free pattern printed In book.

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