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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Page Five THE DAILY CL1NT0NIAN Thursday, October 5, 1944. Clinton Social Notesj II' SUler of Fair Jew Woman Dies in Pasadena, Calif. Funeral sen ices w ere held recently fnr Mrs. Sarah Anna Hiius. Pasadena. Calif., former resident of Fuir-ew Park, according to word received by her sister, Mis. Thomas Sims. Fairview. Mrs. Sarah Sims died at St. Lukes Hospital in Pasadena Sept. 2'J, following a major operation. Besides the sister she is survhed hy the husband, Thomas; Iwu daughters. Mrs. Martha Fitzsiiuinous, Vi-salia, Calif, and Mrs. Dorothy Hol-lingsworth. Pasadena, and Ihree uralidchildrell. Mrs. Will Collier of Ridgeiami. 111., is reported to be seriously ill in the Lake-view Hospital in Danville, 111. She is the niece of Mrs. Ola English of Newport. Mrs. Douglas Reid who is a patient in the I'nion Hospital at Terre Haute is reported to be recovering. Her daughter. Miss Virginia Reid. who recently graduated from nurse s training at that hospital, is taking eare of her mother. - ENGAGEMENT ANNOI N El The engagement of Miss Helen Farrillgton, daughter of Mrs. Isabel Farrington, and Pfc. Arthur W. Havs. sou of Mr. and Mm. Edward l ive Openings in ISTC iioolikeeping Class Here The eiUnsion class of bookkeeping one from Indiana State Teach-erB College, lo be held from 11:30 to y::i0 p. in. each Monday evening at the Clinton High School Gymnasium. KOBKKTA'S 1 1 JJRAUTY SHOP m 1.17 North 7li HI. g 1 PHONE 1S4-W g S GI'AHA.VTEED , m B PEKMANKNTS ' S Wakofes Initiate One New Member At Monday Meeting Mi. Tlii-Jiua I'raJl iiiitiiuxl Into Watule I Jul). IamulI flub To KtuuMr This hay l''or Jiext Wr -'uuJ IHiw, 4M ioiM-r 10. Iultiution services were lield Monday evening for Mrs. Thi'luiu I'rall. a pledge of t he local Wakole Club. Mrs. Nellie Sliew and Mm. Kvi'lyn Scott were cy-lioBtpss for the evening. I'laus were made by the club to sponsor the Tag Day on the War Fund Drive to be held Oct. 22. The club members agreed on setting up a medical advhtory committee as suggested by the Infantile Paralysis Board in case an epidemic should break out in the community. The following were present: Mrs. Lillian Ashley, Mrs. Martha Costel-lo, Mrs. Mary A. Davis, Mrs. Elizabeth Gilloy, Mrs. Margaret Jared. Mrs. Valosta Karanovich, Miss Tai-mi Lahti, Miss Hazel Laughliu, Miss C. McDonald. Mrs. Wiluia Myers. Mrs. Henry Paloncy, Mrs. Kay Pesa- vento. Miss Irma Pesavento, Mrs. Jo Pesavento. Mrs. Prall, Mrs. Ieona Ralston. Mrs. E. Scott, Mrs. Nellie (Shew, and Miss Kathleen Taylor. , Hearts were played wUn prizes J rain to Mrs, , Paloncy and Miss ! Laughlin Mefc and Mrs. Jo Pesaven to and Miss Irrua PesavenWi, low. : ' 'he next meeting will lie held at the McDonaU Club House on Oct. Jade t&d way, Mrs. Henderson Entertains . ABC Club On Wednesday Eleven members of the ABC Club met at the home of Mrs. Albert Henderson, South Fourth street. Wednesday evening for their regular meeting. Following a short business meet ing, games were played with Mrs. Merritt Smith, Mrs. Henry Pullian and Mrs. Henderson winning the pri- s. The next meeting will be In two weeks with the place being announc ed. FORTNIGHT!.!' fJJ'B MEETING The Fortnightly Club meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Blanche Strauss wi the Cliutou-Terre Haute road Tuesday evening. Mrs. Corinne Hall was in charge of the program for the evening. A large attendance was present and delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. 0 m MKgt. A. W. Nawrocki is visiting wilh his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Nawrocki of 634 Mulberry street, enroute to Ft. lielvoir where he will be an instructor in the Specialist Training Section. He was formerly stationed at Camp Sutton, N. C. where he was also an instructor in the Engineer Unit Training Center. Mrs. Mary Foltz spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. William Hedges and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hackler of Universal. 9) wryi i Stephen Dean and Charles Gene Meschen, Newport, were admitted to the county hospital Tuesday as ined ical cases. Mrs. Bess Hrlttain, Dana, was ad mitted to the county hospital Wed nesday as a medical case. Fred Clark, Sycamore street; Millard Wittsman, R. 1, Rosedale; Max Igo, Wilmington, 111.; Mrs. Donna Granger and baby, I'niversal;. and Mrs. Juanita Evans and baby, Rock-ville, were dismissed from the county hospital Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Myers, R. 3. Clinton are the parents of a daughter born at , the county hospital Tuesday. The Infant weighed six pounds and 15 ounces and has been named . Orthanna Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pepelea, 1135 fc'ortb Seventh street, are the parents of a son born at the county hospital Tuesday. The infant weighed four pounds and 12 ounces and has not Ufru'.nalued. Mrs. Pepelea is the former Miss Helen Wheeler. i i Charles' Engagement Announced Tuesday At Dinner Party Mis Mmy fjiailes To Wed Joe Marks, Clinton, In Octoijer ereuiouie. Several Guests Attend Tuesday IMuner. Mrs. John Charles, 1 Nebeker street, assisted by her daughter. Mrs. Dirrell Lyons, entertained Tuesday evening with an eight o'clock supper in honor of their daughter and sister, Miss Mary Charles, announcing her approaching marriage to Joe Marks, Clinton. The wed ding will take place the latter part of October. A two-course supper was served to Hi. mieuiK lit individual tables dec orated with lovely fall flowers. The house was decorated tnrougnoui with fall flowers and Mrs. Hosea Crosby presented the bride-elect wilh a beautiful bouquet. The engagement was revealed when dessert was served, on tiny maple leaves of various colors. Contests were won by Mrs. Dow Mitchell and Mrs. Claude Baird who in turn gave them to the honor guest. Miss Charles was also presented a lovely gift from her mother and sister. r:nents nresent at the supper were Mrs. C. M. Poor, Mrs.' Frank Craw ford. Mrs. Dow Mitchell, Mrs. Jack Keed, Mrs. Thomas Salmond, Mrs. Hosea Crosby, Mrs. E- P. Lowry, Mrs Rob Barbee. Mrs. Melvin Kirk- man, Mrs. Bill Cogan, Miss Marge Caldwell, Mrs. Claude Baira, ana Mrs. Hubert Oliver f Chicago, 111. Texnpus Fugit Members Plan December Meetings Mrs. Dow Mitchell of Walnut street was hostess for the Tempus Fugit at her home Wednesday ever ning with Miss Margaret Blower as sisting. The book, "Lost Island" by James Norman Hall was reviewed by Mrs. Fred Antonini, and Roll Call was answered with each member giving a minute topic. During tne business meeting, it was decided to have two December meetings, one regular meeting on December C with Miss Blower In the Rosenblatt apartments and a Christmas Party at the home of Mrs. Claude Wegner, of South Third street, on December 13. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Those attending were Mrs. B- I. Pavey, Mrs. Lawrence Dempster. Mrs. Richard Thomas, Mrs. Fred Antonini. Mrs. Harold Kendall, Mrs. Merino Terando, Mrs. Pete Scaggia- ri. Mrs. C. W. Huxford, Jr., Mrs. Wegnr Mis Blow" " Mrs. Har old Clark. DEB Club Has Pot-Luck Supper At Conner's Home Mrs. Louise Conners entertained the members of the DEB Club at a pot-luck 'supper recently. Following the supper, bunco was played with Mrs. Maxine Turner winning, bunco, Mrs. Conners, high and travel; and Mrs. Rovine Eaton, low. The next regular meeting will be held this Friday with Mrs. Jesse Richmond. m m m Mr. and Mrs. Dirrell Lyons of Nebeker street had as their Sunday supper guests Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Orow of Indianapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Don Van Slyke of Terre Haute. THE MAT IS RI0HT I Willi Miss C. McDonald and Mrs. Mary A. pavls as co-hostesses. . Friendly Bunco Members f Hold Meeting At potel Members of the Friendly Bunco Club met last night in the basement of the Clinton Hotel for their regular meeting. Mrs. Marsonue Mott was tne hostess for the evening. Nine members were present at the meeting. Following the business session bunco was played with Mrs. Margaret Crowder winning bunco; Mrs. Betty Reed, high; Mrs. Thelma Iiaxendale, low and Mrs. Hazel Smith, travel. The next meeting will be held Wednesday, October 11. Hays of Canton. O. lias been an nounced by the bride-elects moth er. The wedding will be solemnized in the late fall. Sacred Heart Puiiils Enjoy Theater Party, Holiday Due to tiie change ill plans, part of the celebration of PI. Francis Day was held today when pupils of the Sacred Heart School had a holiday, it was announced today. The plans were changed to rewnrd punils who iK'd been faithful during their vacation In choir singing, sacristy work and sanctuary service wilh a theatre party, to see "Going My Way ". Two mothers took charge of the expenses as a favor to the school. Pupils of (he firsl and second grade entertained the other grades with songs, poems and exercises of various kinds at (he school yesterday. Pupils rewarded . include John Moore, Russell ' Wilson:' Hai'vey Yelich, Edward I'etchsites. Archie MeLeish, Nicky Hello. William Gur-chie. Gene Dilkef, Jamejl . :SJ maoori. Donna Doughty. 'Joan Ooyin: find Marilyn Giacoletto. '' "' "The Unusual "l!v T' 1frist B FUNERAL E HOME If., DAY OR NIGHT U AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONB Od ct.'. : iU Ice Cream i has an opening for five people. It j was announced today, j Reruns inleres'.ed are asked to see Miss Edith Zorzi or call superin tendent of city schools Earl C- Hoya. immediately. The class can be taken for non-ciedil or work can count toward residence credit on the campus of Indiana Slate, oillcials said. I Wood In Fighting Planet " Wood is important in the construe)" lion of l different types of British aircraft and makes up approximately one-third the weight of all British planes. Most of tiie wood come from the United States and Canada. All of the well-known British fighting planes (Stirlings, Wellington, Lancastcrs, Whitleys, Beaufightcrs, Blenheims, Halifaxes, and others) contain wood from North America. Even the tires contain rayon thread produced from wood cellulose. j MONUMENTS 0 A Complete Line 0 fur w rvlce Drop Is A Card E.W. Walsh Monument Co. it it Wahash Ave. Terre Haute, Indians Sealtest mi m arshmallow JC wry tin of t't'ty uW rwry tiumtlt of nv ty r ) om'II fiiwJ il httnw !' jM-ulaJjJ' iulu i ni thfhe grtwr. ,'ruiU' mlu-n j'oif can l t lie Hini'ily, fc.iiw t,f ibe ri 2 tall cans - 4 oz. 25c 25c eurwutsoHDf 2 Oft XJl 1KB V VvfiisTlWlWl ' w lis itc( "A FLO UR ' HULMAWiC0.J Matin? top-not4i WiocJate ice cream is like making top-nolcli chocolale cake. You've ftt to use lots of chocolate. 'Dial's why, in ur Sealtest fJioeJate Mardimallow, you pel suii a ri-u chocolate tour. And il's all llirougli Uiis ice cream because vebUnd the chocolate and marshmallow. ClOVEElfAf CHUMfWIS, IHC, HUNTINGTON, INDIANA DON'T MISS JOAN DAVIS IN THE SEALTEST VIIXAGE-BTORE ,,. . PROGRAM, Till KSDAVS 8:30 P.M., WLW ! Thuraaay Jniiv Eitht Club. Mrs. Frank Oreulich with Mrs. Gabouay assisting. Choir of Methodist Church, re hearsal, 7:30 p. m. i-udies Auxiliary of One-Half Cen tury Club meet in the club rooms. 7:30 p. m. Knnilav School Council of the First Hautist Church meet at the home of Mrs. Wayne Jewell, 1252 South Fifth street, 7:30 p. m. Every teacher and officer are urged to be present. American Legion Auxiliary, Lr i.i,, Hume 8 u. m. Installation of officers. All officers and chairman are urged to be present. Friday Current Event and Art Club, t p. m. Mrs. Anarew biuiiwju, "- view. D. A. R , Mrs. Rose Johnson, 7:30 p. m. DEB Club, Mrs. Jessie Klchmona. iutern Martha Sunday School Class of the Methodist Church will meet with Mrs. Clarence Wright, 627 Blackman street, 1:iQ p. m. District convention of Women's Relief Corns Auxiliary meet with Auxiliary of the Grand Army of the Republic at the Memorial Hall In Terr Haute. Sunday Reeder Reunion, Half Century Club on Blackman street, October 8. Dinner 12:30. Mondav The i Woman's Club,. Mrs. Guy amnhnrd first fall meeting. 2 D. in Jerusalem Chapter 251 OES meet at hall at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Crompton Hill f- T. A. meet at the school House i uesaay kkww 10 at 7 p.' B. Plans will be made for the Homecoming and carnival which will , be given on Tuesday, Oct. ii. Surprise Birthday Party Given For A. V. Kennedy A. V. Kennedy ooserveq nis cv entv-first birthday anniversary at a surprise birthday dinner neia at ms home in Fairview recently. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kennedy of Fontanel. Mr. and Mrs Roy Kennedy, Terre Haute, Chester Kennedv and son. Nathan, Misses Irene and Imogene Kennedy of Rose dale. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Green and sons, David, Lee and Charles Edward of Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Murricun of Indianapo lis. Mrs. Ray Martin of Bos'!'- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kennedy, Clinton, Mrs. Sam Smith and Harvey Delph of Crompton Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Kennedy and children, Richard Lee, Joan and Jack. The afternoon was suent socially and the heonored guest received sev eral nice gifts. , Dale Mowbray Observes 4th Birth Anniversary Sunday Dale Edward Mowbray observed his fourth birthday anniversary Sunday at a party given at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ora E. Mowbray, of 1015 Walnut street. A delicious chicken dinner and two birthday cakes were served at noon, cakes. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Collett Burgess and son, Buszy. South Fifth street, Bobby Lee Gil-man. Sandytown, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cottrell of Fairview and Mr. and Mrs. Ora Mowbary and children. Dale, Carol. Donald and Kent. Dale received several nice gifts and cards. m Seaman Shull Honored At Dinner While On Leave Mr. JUid . Mr. Lawspn Shull of ruin-low entertained recently with a dinner i honor of their son, Eu gene Shull, who was home on leave from the Navy. Guients were Mr. and Mrs. William Ralston and daughter, Edith Mae. Mr. 'and Mrs. Stanley Kelley and son, Richard all of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs,. Floyd Pennington and daughters, Joan and Betty Lou. Mr. and Mr r:ien Andrews and son. Larry! Gene all of Fairview and Miss Betty Popik of Crompton Hill. AS Eugene Shull returned to Sampson, N. V. Wednesday evening. Recent Birthday Dinner Honors Mrs. M. Brown A birthday dinner was held at ;he home of Mrs. Margaret Brown -ecently in honor of ber birthday inuiversary. The party was given by Uer children and grandchildren. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brown of Hillsdale, Mr. md Mrs. Kenneth Brown and sons at Centenary, Mrs. Mabel Maudlin. Miss Norma Jean Knapp of Evans-ville, Mrs. Madge Price and son. Roland. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and children. The honored guest received several nice gifts and the afternoon was spent socially. CKO.MPTOS HILL OM.MJ1TKK! MEET A meeting was held Wednesday after school at the Crompton Hill School by the various committees for the Homecoming and Carnival which will be held on Tuesday, October 24. Tickets are now available for different features of the Carnival. Mrs. Ruth Thomson, route two. Clinton left Wednesday for Pampa. Texas to visit her son and daughter-in-law. Pvt. and Mrs. Donald Thomson. Pvt. Thomson is stationed with the tutted fitates Amy in Texas. MTVK4. REX COFFEE Notice ! Xhe riintonian Want Your News. Please Tall Miss Iar To Report Social News. Phone 32 or 83. . American Beauty Shop Vera Mae jjiacK 312 8. 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