The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on October 10, 1944 · Page 3
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October 10, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Page Three THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Tuesday, October 10, 1914. SIMPLE SUIT DRESS IS PERKED UP BY ACCESSORIES (Clinton Social Notes MONUMENTS A Complete Lino 0 Vor Service Drop Utt A Card E. W. Walsh Monument Co. 2114 Wabash Ave. Terru Haute, Indiana t'ongreKutlonal Supper Tho Ladles Bible Class of the Christian Church will observe family night Thursday evening with a supper In the basement of the church at 7 p. ill. Hostess are Mrs. McCracken, Mrs. Hutton, Mrs. Sims, Mrs. Ross, Mrs. (loodhue and Mrs. Bridgeman. They will furnish drink nnd desert. Everyone is asked to bring a covered dish and own table service. . Center Home Ec Club Meets At Reed Home Mrs. Emma Reed was hostess Thursday for the Center Home Economics Club at her home with .Mrs. Uilsie Murray assisting. The meeting was opened with the ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 1.17 North 7th St. I'HOXK 1MI-W CI'AHANTKKD 1'IOU.MANKNTS Claiiif ied Adi Sell Most Anything group singing "Dixie." Devotions were given by Mrs. Lucille James who also read a poem, "Prayer." The pledge to the flag and club creed were given by the club collect. Roll cnll was answered by each member naming her favorite book she has read this year. A poem,"So Long As There Are Homes" was read by Miss Mildred Pearman. Mrs. Mae Hess had the lesson on "Restyling Your Family Wardrobe." Dresses St. Bernice Women's Club Donates $10 To War Fund Ten dollars was contributed to the War Fund at the October meeting ot the St. Bernice Women's Conservation Club recently. Eighteen members and two guests were present. The vice-president, .Mrs. Flossie McCaUloy, presided at the meeting and plans were made for a Halloween party to be held October 24. Mrs. Jesse Gailher will be chairman of the party committee. The wool fascinator was won by Mrs. Minnie Ford and door prizes went to Mrs. Julia McUinnis and Mrs. Alice Foncannon. Delicious refreshments were served by Mrs. Ruth Doane. Mrs. Julia McCinnia and Mrs. Lucille Jones. The serving committee chairman for November Ib Mrs. Lillian Myers. Games were enjoyed at the close of the business meeting. m m Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Richardson and sons, Billy and Bobby and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bales were guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bum-gardner and Stanley. m m m Mrs. Emma Scott of Toledo, Ohio Is visiting with Mr.' and Mrs. Willard Rush of route two. . Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hamilton visited with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Myers of Rockville recently. were displayed for restyling sugges tions. Prayer was given in unison. The business meeting was In charge of Mrs. Lucille James due to the absence of the president. The election was postponed until the November meeting. Recreation was In charge of Mrs. Murray and several games were play ed in keeping with Halloween. Mrs Opal Porter, Mrs. Mae Hess and Miss Pearman received the prizes. Those present were Mrs. Eleanor - ( if I : 1 y iimt " - jt& 'J ' iiiim m x ' ..L Murray and daughter, Janet, Mrs. Mary Randall of Ogden, Utah, guests; Mrs. Verna Conrad, Mrs. Opal Porter, Mrs. Amy Sturm, Mrs. Hess, Miss Mary Heber, Mrs. Lucy Botner, Mrs. Lenora Craft, Mrs. Clls- Notice! The nintonlan Wants Tour News. Please Call Miss Iear To Report Social News. Phone 82 or 38. NEW MERCHANDISE JUST RECEIVED IN OUR STORE! WATCH PENNEY'S FOR YOUR NEEDS! IN OUR MEN'S DEPARTMENT FLANNEL PAJAMAS CORDUROY PANTS 1.59 '2.19 2.98 3.98 Ribbed Winter Sox Part Wool Dress Sox Long Lengths J for QQ Long Lengths MACKINAW'S Heavy Knit Sweaters AI,w"Hl6.90 A"w'""4.98 IN OUR WORK CLOTHES DEPARTMENT Plaid Outdoor Shirts Plaid Outdoor Shirts Wool anil Itayon gg All Wool "jy MOLESKIN PANTS WHIPCORD PANTS 30 4a 2.49 .98 Women's Furnishings DRY GOODS FASCINATORS Rayon & Cotton Prints New Colors g RAYON SLIPS RAYON JACQUARD 8a,in 79 69 Lovely Rayon Gowns DRAPERY FABRICS i,i,,iae,..H3gg S8tt""l.49 GIRL'S APPAREL BOY'S APPAREL Corduroy Jumpers WINTER PANTS 13 1.98 2.98 """3.98 NEW BLOUSES NEW JIMMIES 10 1.49 1.29 IN OUR INFANT'S DEPARTMENT Dresses 1.19 Knitted Suits 1.49 COTTON BIBS TR AINING PANTS HftK..it 24 POLO SHIRTS LOVELY SHAWLS ,.B Sleeves gg Mg j gg GAUZE DIAPERS DISPOSABLE DIAPERS "oljg m,or89 Chenille Robes 98s Bath Table 7.90 JiiNt received a sliijinifnt of Men's VouieitN ami riiUdrcn's House KlijijMrs, Iwnthor Soles, Kelt ami Leather l'Hrs. ta Lowry, Mrs. Lola Wright, Mrs. Bonnie Sturm, Mrs. Margaret Sturm, Mrs. James, Mrs. Mildred Wright, Miss Pearman and the hostess. The next meeting will be announced later. Miss Helen Jean Vranich of Chicago, 111., Mrs. Kathryn Nissen and daughter, Barbara Ann of Clarendon Hills, 111., and Mrs. Francis Simcich of Berwyn, 111. have spent two weeks visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Vranich of 630 Miller street. Helen and Kathryn are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Vranich.' Mrs. Frances Simcich is the sister of Mrs. Anna Vranich of this city. American Beauty Shop Vera Mae Black , 812 S. Main Phone GO i Specialized Hair Styling Permanent Waves Often Evenings left, suit dress worn with striped taffeta peplum; center below, dress went with printed bleuse; right, suit. The three outfits pictured are really one black crepe dress, but by a simple change of accessories they are made to serve different purposes. The plain suit dress is pictured right. At the left the dress is perked up for evening by removing the jacket and adding a striped taffeta peplum tied around the waist. Below, a colorful printed blouse is worn with the suit, which is again stripped of its jacket. RELAX! AND LET I S WORRY ! ! ! Yes sink into that chair with a good book and don't worry about those troublesome little wrinkles that are our job you can be Mire when you send your garments to the Model I LINDA P I Tuesday Golden Star Club, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. D. G. Alexander. Minnehaha, 7; 30 p. m. Band Boosters Club, important Cleaners that they will be returned to you in tip-top condition. HAVE YOl'K CLEANING IE THE MODEL WAY MODEL CLEANER Universal Bunco Club Meets With Seventeen Present Seventeen members of the Universal Happy Hour Bunco Club met at the recreation hall Monday evening for their regular meeting. Games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Margaret Vailosia, bunco and travel; Mis. Mary Ambro, low and Mrs. Katie Guglielmetti, high. Mrs. Marion Shew was hostess for the meeting. The next meeting will be held Monday evening witl Mrs. Leatha Cole as hostess. m m Thron Yur Scrap Into tb Fight I Phone 1.1 323 South Main Perfect for -home listening... mm Mr. and Mrs. James Russell of Gary, formerly of Clinton, are the parents of a daughter born Oct. 6. The infant has been named Mildred Jean. Mrs. Russell is the former Miss Marjorie Snowberry. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fiscus, 532 North Main street, are the parents of a daughter born at the Vermillion County hospital Monday. The infant weighed five pounds and nine ounces and has not been named yet. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer ' Swinford, Hillsdale, are the parents of a son born at the county hospital Monday. The infant weighed Bix pounds and ten ounces and has not been named. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Voyles, Ridgefarm, 111., are the parents of a daughter born at the county hospital Monday. The infant weighed seven pounds and four ounces and has not been named. Pvt. and Mrs. Charles Hipkiss. 1244 North Eighth street, are the parents of a daughter born at the county hospital Monday. The infant weighed seven pounds and four ounces and has not been named. Pvt. Hipkiss is stationed at Camp Craft, S. C. with the United States Army. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Pickett, Bloomingdale, are the parents of a son born at the county hospital Monday. The infant weighed seven pounds and two ounces and has been named Carl Leslie. JUST RECEIVED ! A BIG SHIPMENT OF NEW DRESSES, W 4.- SPORT OR DRESS STYLES IN STRIKING hi NEW MATERIALS AT THESE TINY PRICES! COME IN AND SEE THEM! ml mtfi mm ir --' meeting of the governing board at 7:30 p. m. Jivin Janes, Shirley Cottrell, 7:30 p. m. Important Meeting. Crompton Hill P. T. A. meet at the school house Tuesday October 10 at 7 p. m. Plans will be made for the Homecoming and Carnival which will be given on Tuesday, Oct. 24. Wednesday Wednesday Bridge Club, Mrs. J. N. Frist, 2 p. m. Past Noble Grand Club, 7:30 p. m. at the hall. Entertainment committee Rachel Campbell and Betty Pierce. Refreshment committee, Mollie Pra-ther, Amelia Robertson and Lydia McLaughlin. Tri Kappa- Miss Sally Hain, South Fifth street. 8 p. m. Congregational supper of the Presbyterian Church at G:30 p. m. Bring covered dish an dtable service. Friendly Bunco Club, Mrs. Josephine Chambers, South Third street, 7:30 p. m. 1 Women's Democrat Club, 7: 1 5 p. m. at the Democrat Headquarters. Mpn's meeting at 8 p. m. Tri Kappa Associate, 8 p. m.f Mrs. E. O. Hutchinson. Red Cross Surgical Dressing 7-9:30 p. m. Thursaay Job's Daughters meeting at Masonic Hall at 7:30 p. m. Council at 7 p. m. Please bring rummage. WSCS meet at the Methodist Church parlor at 2:30 p. m. Devotions will be given by Mrs. Roy Staats. Baptist Missionary Society, Mrs. Riley Adams, Clinton-Terre Haute road, 1:30 p. m. Congregational supper at the Christian Church at fi : 30 p.m. Bring civ-ered dish and table service. Red Cross Surgical Dressing 1-4 p. m. Red Cross Knitting 1 p. m.-4 p. m. Pocahontas Lodge 7:30 p. m. at the hall, buno and euchre at 8 p. m. Friday Happy Go Lucky Bunco Club, Mrs. Harold Boren, South Fourth street. 7:30 p. m. Orange Lodge, 7:30 p. m. Election of officers. 9J0PV.TAL Popular Albums $2.50 Plus Federal Tax C13 STRAUSS WALTZES in Dance Tempo C87 EDDY DUCHIX PLAYS COLE PORTER , C81 MAREK WEBER presents "In Old Vienna" C97 FRANKIE CARLE and his Girl Friends C98 XAVIER CUGAT'S MEXICO C99 REMEMBER w ith Buddy Clark C100 OPERETTA POTPOURRI C101 BLUES BY BASIE C102 BENNY GOODMAN SEXTET FRANK SINATRA Selections . Other Albums SI. 50 to $9.50 inc. (plus tax) RECORD HOLDERS $1.15, $1.35, $2.75, $3.25 FIDELITONE Floating Point Needles 50c and $1.00 PFANSTIEHL Needles $1.50 Harvey Lee, St. Bernice. was admitted to the county hospital Sunday as a medical case. Mrs. Kuby Hicknell, 148 North 12th St., and Miss Ilessie Van Duyn 4 32 South Fourth street, wire admitted to the county hosnitul Monday as medical capes. Miss Z-lla Marietta, Illanford and Miss Virginia Larpent. New Market. Ind., were admitted to the county hospital Monday as sursi ry cases. Mrs. Jessie Skidmore. 437 Mulberry street was admitted to the county hospital Monday as a medical case. George Sintz, South Third street; Charles Gene Meschen, Newport and Mrs. Belva Daniels and baby. Route 1, Clinton, were dismissed from the county hospital Monday, m RBCKXT BIRTHDAY DINNER A birthday dinner honoring Joe Wallace was held recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Wallace of North Main street. Billy Beard and Bobbie Oilman of Sandytown were puests. Joe received several nice gifts. Mrs. Fred W. Thomas of North Third street who has been very ill with asthma for the past two weeks is improving and able to be up now. Pvt. William E. Grimm has returned to Camp Chaffee, Ark. after spending the past nine days with his wife and family of North Seventh street. . Big Fashions ... Little Cost t S f & &4 m"' ''jRirWlftM . II' 4.98 & 5.90 lip 'I Mm Mrs. Harry L. Luce and daughter Sharon Rose of Hammond. Ind. arrived Saturday for an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Luce of the Wabash apartments. Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Austgen of Hammond, parents of Mrs. Harry Luce accompanied her to Clinton and were overnight guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Luce. Pvt. Harry Luce is with the V. S. Army in the Southwest Pacific Mrs. Joe Strugh of White House. Ohio was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hamilton of the Clinton-Terre Hr.ute road over the weekend. m m m Throw Tour Scrap law the Fljhtl Whisper-weight spun rayons in glowing tones. Carefully tailored with a dressmaker softness in their pleated skirts stemming from lowered waistlines, giant If I I'v I 1 - :i. 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