The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on October 16, 1944 · Page 3
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October 16, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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! Page Three V THE' DAILY CLINTONIAN Monday, October 16, 1944. Twenty-Three Guests Atten Shower For Bride-Elect Miaa Miirv I'hurloa wus the honor sort, Rockville, are the parents of a son born at the county hospital Saturday. The Infant weighed seven pounds and thirteen ounces and has been named Larry Eugene. Mrs. Gos-sert Is the former Miss Evelyn H Clinton Social Notes ed guest at a bridal Bhower given FFlclav evening at the home of MrB. Fighting Flares Onl9800-Mile Russian Front (Continued from page 1) Tom Salmond on Walnut street with Delta Theta Tau Initiates Nine Members Saturday Candlelight Ceremony Held For New Members; Plans Made for Annual Dance, . , "War Fund Donation Made Candle- light initiation services were held for nine new members of the Clinton chapter of the Delta Theta Tau sorority Saturday night In tho 1nhrnnm at the Clinton Ho OMUL raid hud ended, Moscow reported. In the ancient East Prussian city of Tilsit the Red air raiders started numerous fires which were followed by two violent explosions. In addition to the rail lines, the Russians bombed and wrecked concentrations of molor transport In the northern part of the town and near the crossing of the river Niemen. Ileports of victories on the Balkan front were highlighted today by the reports that Admiral Nicholas Horthy Is seeking an armistice for Hungary which will take Hltler"B last ally out of the war. (Tho Budapest radio Bald the Russians had Jabbed armored spearheads within 40 miles of the capital where Nazi S9 guards and German tanks are reported partolling the streets. ) ; , Mrs. Jack Reed assisting. Twenty-three guesla were present at the party. The honored guesl was presented with a coffee table rnmi the group. As It was also her birthday, each guest brought something for her kitchen. These glfls were arranged In a large box decorated as a birth Octette Club Entertained , At Noon Luncheon Friday Mrs. Marlon Southard was hostess Friday afternoon for the members of the Octette Club. A noon luncheon was served. The regular business meeting was held with Mrs. Dorothy Hlld reading the minutes of the meeting. Mrs. Helen Heacock won the special nlhly drawing. 1 Hunco was played with Mrs. Mildred Hullingsworth winning, high; Mrs. Helen Heacock, bunco; Mrs. Uva Plttenger, travel and Mrs. Mary Kimble low. Those present were Mrs. Heacosk, m i,,nn iiatriairi Mr.. Marv Kim day eake. Miss Charles received several nice and useful glfls. tel when Mrs. Christine Kercheval, ' Bunco was played and the winners of the game presented the birthday Mrs. Dorothy Whitcomb ana tne Misses Mary Catherine Sawyer, Anne nDv4n Anna Paellern. T.ouise Call. Mrs. Oro Shattuck. 730 Elm street, was admitted to the county hospital Friday as a medical case. Mrs. Kathleen Allen, Newport, was admitted to the county hospital Saturday as a surgical case. Mrs. Freda Black, 625 Sycamore street, waB admitted to tho county hospital Saturday as a tonsillectomy case. Matt Maffalno, Blanford; Mrs. Evan Shew, Montezuma Mrs. Mabel Cappa and baby and Mrs. Inez Mey--,, rt hnhv. R. 1. Clinton, were Joan McDonald, Betty Jean Pyle and E. C. Boyd Guest Speaker At Fairview PTA Meeting The regular meeting of the Kulr-vlew PTA was held at the whonl Thursday evening. Mr. Utile. irtl-dent of the organization, hud cIiui kp of the meeting. "Uod Mess America" waft sung In unison by the group. The minutes of the previous meeting were read by the secretary and approved and a report on the budget and finance was made by the chairman. Plans were complete for a hake sale to be held Saturday, Oct. 21. Mrs. Kanuar was named as a delegate for the P. T. A. to go to Bloomlngton for the National Convention to be held Oct. 23. Mr. Ku-nuar gave the report on the membership drive which started Oct. 1 and ended Oct. 13. Following the business meeting, a short musical program was given by Russell Craft and Ray Foster. A contest of unscrambling Halloween words was enjoyed by all. A short talk and moving picture on the War Fund Drive was given by E. C. Boyd. Refreshments of doughnutB and coffee were served after the gifts to the honored guest. Kerresn-ments of tiny Individual birthday cakes topped with a lighted candle were served. fineata attending were Miss Mar Martha Manship entered the chapter. Miss June Owens, president, con-AimiaA the services aided by MiBS guerite Jones, Miss Mabel Mills, Mrs. Valeria Valente, pledge supervisor, 3 Warm yZC&f Good Morning ble, Mrs. Mildred HolllngBWorth, Minnie Russell, Mrs. Cynthia Kirk-man Mrs. Kathleen I.owery. Mrs. Mrs. Dorothy Hlld, Mrs. Louise re-tuk, Mrs. Uva Plttenger and the hostess. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Plttenger at her home on Neb- dismissed from the county hospital uunia, the Soviet communique revealed early today. Whipping westward from Riga, the liberated Latvian capital, the Red army drove through Eop in the forests to engulf eight town and villages, including two railroad centers, and seized command of the entire rail line between Jelgava and Riga. Liberate 14 Towns An earlier communique disclosed that on the Finnish front 13 communities besides Petsamo were liberated as the Nazis were driven out of their Karelian strongholds. In Lithuania where the northern arm of the vast Russian pincers is closing In on East Prussia, the Red air forces made smashing raids on the ports of I.ibau and Memel and the German rail junction of Tilsit. Returning pilots reported that at least 25 Nazi supply ships were in Libau harbor when their raids start-ted at least a dozen fires, several explosions, and sank a ship in the military port canal. One explosion is believed to have wrecked a fuel dump at the naval base while another blasted a rail station. In Memel some 30 fires were started and the port and military installations in the eastern and southeastern parts of the city were enveloped In flames by the time the Sunday. Frank Kazakevich, 1405 North niirhih atreet: Mrs. Betty Hale, Sy eker street, Friday, Oct. 27. and the chapter orticers. During the business meeting proceeding the initiation services plans were made for the annual dance to be held during November. Mrs. Don Doughty was named general chairman to be assisted by the following committees: place, Mrs. Jane Tonrp-kins; orchestra, Mrs. Robert Demp-oov nnri Miss Millicent Holt: tickets, tiicina Lyons, Mrs. Muriel Balrd, Mrs. Elizabeth Ouerrl, Miss Ruth Harrison, Mrs. Edna Moore of Rockville, Mrs. May Mattloda, Mrs. 8lna Hesler, MisB Grace O'Rourke, Mrs. Mable Crawford, Mrs. Margaret Bar-bee, Miss Mary Blair, Mrs. Phoebe camore street and Mrs. Edna Shan Mtgaxlna hold! 100 pound! ol coal. Hold! tiro tovorol days on : choekad draft. Your homo It WARM avarp MORNING. Now Ration Free i Available On Terms As Low As $5.00 Per Month Miss Frances L. Myers of St. Blunt t he oast few days In In dianapolis attending the Indiana Ke-hiv. On Wednesday Mrs. John Goldner; reservations, morning she received her commission RpdgerB, Mrs. Tiicima nuns, tne honored guest and the hostesses. Eight persons, Mrs. Rosalie Mlt-ihell, Mrs. Myrtle Youmans, Miss Maude Adamson. Mrs. Sarah Zlnk, as District Deputy President of tne Rebekah Lodges of District No. 14. Mrs. Joe Adams, Mrs. Mck Karano-vich and Mrs. Wayne Staats; decorations. Mrs. Joe Morgan and Miss Val LO CHE non and baby, North Sixth street were dismissed from the county hospital Saturday. m Mrs. J. L. Homey of Indianapolis is with her sister, Mrs. Dollie Wllter-mood, who is confined to the Vermillion County Hospital with a broken hip. She 1b staying at the home of Mrs. Effie Slater on Mulberry Btreet. Mrs. James and Grace Reeder of phifn are nlan visiting here. They ente with the assistance of the new J4S. Anna Crosley, MrB. Inei Cogan, Ura Kvelvn Shaw, and Mrs. Phoebe UJflRm moRninc Cod Heater Jjeughty were unable to attend but sent gifts. i Notice! Z The Cllntonlan Want Totir News. Please Call Miss Lear To Report Social News. Phone 82 or 38. ' " ' members and check room, Mrs. James ABhley and Mrs. Dom Costel-Io. Members of the sorority voted a $100 contribution to the War Fund drive and toalc Dart in another com ROBERTA'S I BEAUTY SHOP 1 137 North 7th St. 1 PHONE 184-VV PERMANENTS g GIVEN AT NIGHT j A. J. DOUGHTY Fl'KXlTl'ltE - STOVES - Kl'fiS Phone 8(11 234-S8 Elm are staying at the home of Mr. and munity project by appointing Mrs. Mrs. Guy Briggs. FAREWELL PARTY Seaman First Class Geno Rodgers of Rockville was honored at a fure-well party given Sunday by Jimmy Warren also of Rockville. Pvt. and Mrs. Jay Hanner, Mar Everett Helms and Mrs. jonn bwick-ard to the Veterans' Advisory Board. Miss Martha W. Mackie gave a report on the plans for ,a county ob-aervance of Navy Day on Oct. 27 shall, are thhe parents of a son born at the county hospital Sunday. The infant weighed eight pounds and thirteen ounces and has been named Jay Sheldon, Jr. Mrs. Hanner Is the former Miss Mary Irene Allen. and the sorority pledged Its support. CHOOSE GLEANERS as carefully as you shop for clothes! A dress yon like you want to wear more than once ... so you ask the sales clerk if It's cleanable. Anil when ou pick your dry cleaner, he sure he's dependable. A partial report or tne social calendar was given with the committee frti. thn netnher nartv. to be held Those attending were Miss Hildred and Rose McGlnnls and Theodore Ruffatola of Clinton, and Eddie Lark of Rockville. Conserve Protein One of the best ways to conserve scarce protein is to be sure that all animals are free from intestinal ', Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kelshelmer, R. 2. Clinton, are the parents of a son Tuesday, Oct. 24, named. Miss Mackie was appointed chairman with born at the county hospital Saturday. The infant weighed eight Miss Pyle, Mrs. Karanovicn, Mrs. Henrv Paloncv. Miss Holt. Mrs. Gold pounds and five ounces and has been named Ray Nelson. ner and Mrs. Wakefield Klrkman T. M. 1e and Mrs. James Bock- named as committee members. a Founders' Day observance will J ner, R. 1, Clinton, are the parents be held, Monday Oct. 16 evening at 9:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. John A LITTLE BITTet- of' a daughter born at the county hospital Sunday. The Infant weighed seven pounds and twelve ounceB and has been named Joyce Ann. Mrs. American Beauty Shop Vera Mne Black 812 8. Main Phono (II) Specialized Hair HI ling Permanent Waves Ojien Evenings 220 Elm St. Miller 242 Walnut Street. At the close of the meeting re-rreahmentB were served with' Mrs. Phone 129 Beckner Is the former Miss Neoml Dom Costello as chairman of the Stjirm. hoBteBB committee. W. T. Zc and Mrs. Lewis ,uos- i u n y Monday. , Fire Auxiliary meet at the liome of Mrs., Everett Helms at 7:30 p. m. Wakofe Club meeting, -7: 30 p. m. at the hotel clubrooms. Tuesday Mother's Leisure, Mrs. Floyd Gulnn, 7:30. Fortnightly ' Club, Mrs. A. V. Spears, 8 p. m. Mrs. Ada Cloyd will have charge of the program. Alpha Club, Mrs. can lurner, s p. m. Loyal Hearts Class of the Christian Church Mrs. Melvln Kirkman, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. E. P. Lowry, assist ant hosteaa. Red Cross Surgical Dressing 1 p. "il (o) m.-4 p. m. Band Booster's Club. All people Interested please attend this meet YKLLkyor Uo U (9) ing. niintnn TnwnshiD Home Econo mics Club, Mrs. Kenneth Foltz, 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Earl Shew, assisting. LUXURY MATES WITH iw St. Bernlce P. T. A. Tuesday, uci. 17. 7:30 p. m. at the high school. Wednesday Happy Hour Home Ec Club at 10:30 a. m. Mrs. Helen Dalton, Uni LOMG WEAR u. INI versal, hostess and Mrs. Andrews, assistant hostess. Acme Club. Mrs. Harry Moore. South Seventh street, 7:30 p. m. CP Wednesday Embroidery Club, meet with Mrs. W. D. Gerrish at 2:30 p. m. .- The St. Bernice Chapter ot tne ttiiwaiikaa Women's Club family supper at the Grade School 8 p. m. with the following men serving the tr.llahia Mrnnnnld. Reed MC- Glnnls, Stanley Reed, Charles Drap er, Jesse Dunn, Ben Keea, ana iyrus nwfiA The meeting will be In charge of the president, Mrs. Reed McGln- nis. Red Cross Surgical Dressing 7- THE COAT WITH THE DOUBLE-DENSE FABRIC 9:30 p. m. Thuraclav Phllathea Class of the First Bap tist Church, meet at the church at u , Court House - Newport Sponsored By The Womens Republican Club of Vermillion Co. A Covered Dish Luncheon For Both Men And Women At 12:30 Bring A Covered Dish And Own Table Service Guest Speakers For The Afternoon Mrs. Eleanor Snodgrass State Vice Chairman Short Talks Will Be Given By RALPH GATES, Candidate For Governor NOBLE JOHNSON, Candidate for Congress RUE ALEXANDER, Cand. For Sec'y State ALL COUNTY CANDIDATES TO BE GUESTS 7 p. m. Girls Scouts of Hill Crest, meet at Hill Crest at 4 p. m. for outdoor meeting. Bring own supper. R v P. W. Meet at the Pythian Sisters Hall at 7:30 p. m. Call Mrs. Turchi. 491. by weanes- Ar.-a nnn l nlannlnff tn attend. Catholic Women's Club, regular business and social meeting, v .ju p. m Snfial hostess chairman. Mrs. Jo sephine Marrietta assisted by Mrs. Mary Berto, Mrs. Ann uougniy, Mrs. Mary Pltchkltes and Mrs. Hat-tie Amattl. All Catholic women Invited. Younz Peoole's Class of the First Alpagora's exclusive double-dense fabric has twice as many wool fibres as ordinary coats. Yes, millions of hair fibres on the coat'l surface make it soft, downy and super-'durable. Any textile scientist will corroborate these facts, but your eyes will verify them after one glance Alpagora-way. See the pew. models today! TOPCOAT WEIGHT 22' . OVERCOAT WEIGHT 27M ROSENBLATT'S Buy More Bonds Christian Church have postponed their meeting for one week. Red Cross Surgical Dressing 1-4 p. m. Red Cross Knitting 1 p. m.-4 P Misses Vera Black, Virginia Lear. Kathryn Devanis, Mrs. Edith Kelley and Mary Lear attended the Hair Dressers Style Show held bunday at the Terre Haute House. Mrs. Arthur Winkler of South Third street who has heen ill for t the past month Is Improving and Is me. . I- ht. an. able to receive guests.

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