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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Page Five THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Thursday, October 19, 1944. Fairview Bunco Club Holds Recent Meet at Coletti Home Newport Boy Scouts Hold Annual Party in HS Gym . "ifty-tw -boy scouts, their in- j Clinton Social Notes Mrs. Kirkman Hostess For JLoyal Hearts Class Meeting The Loyal Hearts Class of the First Christian Church met Tuesday evening at the borne of Mrs. Mel-vin Kirkman with Mrs. E. P. Low-ry assisting. Devotions were led by Mrs. Claude Balrd and Mrs. William Cogan. Halloween Party Planned . At Women's Social Club The Women's Social Club of Fair- view met at the home of Mrs. Cork fldnyan recently for an all day meeting and pot-luck dinner. During the . business meeting, plans were made to hold a Halloween party.. Those In attendance were Mrs. Louise Boraso. - Mrs. Jennie Dean, Mrs. Pleana Hall, Mrs. Mary Houston, Mrs. Lydia Johnson, Mrs. Laura Kerr, Mrs. Vera Murray and daughters, Mrs. Nellie Mayers, Mrs. Ellen aWkello. Mrs. Lulu Pavey, Mrs. So-pMa Petak, Mrs. Blanche Reynolds. Mrs. Cora Runyan, Mrs. Anns Shepherd, Mrs. Myrtle Short, Mrs. Mary Turbevllle and children and Mrs. Loekie Wake. Games were played with prizes being awsrded to Mrs. Louise Bora so, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Mayers, Mrs. Murray. Mrs. Pavey and Mrs. Tur bevllle. Tbe next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Vera Murray Wednesday, Nor. 8. St. Bernice Jolly Birthday Club Meets At Hutson Home Members of the Jolly Birthday Club of St. Bernice met at the home of Mrs. Chester Hutson. Oct. 13 honoring Olis Hutson and Gladys Green. A delicious basket dinner waa served at noon. The honored guests received several nice gifts. Entertainment waa In charge of Olis Hutson and Lucy Skelton with contests being won by Gladys Green and Lillian Stout. .Twenty-five peo ple were in attendance, eighteen of them being club members. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hutson, Mr. and Mrs. Ben-nie Conner, Mr. and Mrs. Clint King, Margaret Caldwell, Faye Newton, Aunt Belle Hlddle, Rada Dunn, Me-lia Good, Esther Hiddle. Hazel Beam, Lucy Skelton, Bertha Rollings, Laura Fqneannon, Mrs. Carl Dixon, Ida Hutson. Amanda Bush, Gladys Skinner. Minnie King. Gladys Green. Lillian Stout, Mrs. J. C. Davis, Miss Crowder and Miss Miers. Mrs. Hayden Evans of Chicago is spending a few days with ber mother, Mrs. Sophia Anderson of Vine street. Mr. and Mrs. William Derricks of Chicago were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Jackson of 702 Mulberry street recently. Mrs. Helen Coletti entertained the members of tbe Fairview Park Hap py Hour Bunco Club at her home recently. Following the business session, bunco was played with prizes bring awarded to Mrs. Pleana Hall, high; Helen Coletti. bunco; Mrs. Mary Turbevllle. travel and Mrs. Bernice Kispert. low. Members present were Mrs. Louise Coletti and daughter, Mrs. Helen Coletti and son. Mrs. Lucille Craft. Mrs. Pleana Hall. Mrs. Marie Harper, Mrs. Carrie Johnson, Mrs. Bernice Klsuerl and son, Mrs. Vera Murray. Mrs. Mary Turbevllle and daughter. Mrs. Myrtle Short. The next meeting sill be a Halloween party held at the town hall held October 20 at 7 p. m. One Guest, Mrs. Callun Present At Pythian Circle Ten members and one guest, Mrs. Mary McCalluin of California, were present at the Pythian Circle meet ing held Wednesday evening at the home of Mra. Kate Kelshiemer. The regular business meeting was held with bunco being played later In the evening. Prizes were award ed to Mrs. Sophia Anderson, high; Miss Edith Stevenson, bunco; and Mrs. Mattie Morris, low. Mrs. Mc- Callum received the guest prize. Delicious refreshments were ser ved In keeping with the Halloween season. Mrs. Jeanle Scullion will be hostess for the November 15 meeting. mm, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hutson, Ulan- ford are tbe parents of a son born at the Vermillion County Hospital Tuesday. The infant weighed eight pounds and four ounces and has been named William Dean. Mrs. Hut-sod is the former Miss Martha Lee Hugg. Postwar Blueprinting Blueprinting the vast program of postwar reconstruction and development envisioned by local governments is a wide variety of planning agencies, whose combined budgets for 1944 total millions of dollars. This is shown by information from officials of some 870 cities of 10,000 population or more. 'Pacified' Land In 1598, Juan de Onate, with 60 followers, crossed the Rio Bravo into Mew Mexico to "pacify the land." choose from... vited guests and parents, enjoyed the annual boy scout party held In the high school gymnasium last t ri day evening. The main event of the party was the trcasure-liuut conducted by Roy Bush, assistant scout leader. The hunt took the scouts and guests all over town In search of hard-to-flnd articles. Miss Virginia Walthall and Guy Council won tbe prizes for find ing the most articles. Following games In the rymnas-lunj, refreshments of home made Ice cream and cake were served on long table on tbe balcony of tbe gym. outer McMasters, wno is i member of- tbe executive scout com' mittee and Mrs. McMasters were seated at tbe ends of the table. The refreshments were furnished by the scouts and their parents. Group singing and more games were enjoyed with several guests solos before tbe party ended. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. McMasters. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ker sey. M. J. Peterson, scout leader. Roy Bush, ass t La lit scout leader, and the following scouts and guests: Marilyn Kersey, Mary Lou Burroughs, Peggy Proffitt, Barbara Remsburg, Norma Robinson, Barbara and Betty Adams. Ann McMasters, Anna Lou Asbury, Joan and Jean Remsburg, Bobby Lain berth. Marion Proffitt, Doris Lewis. Jean and Virginia Lamberth," Betty Dod-son. Beverly Arrasinith, Donna Morgan. Virginia Walthall, . Svadna Rose. Mickey Van Sichie.. Bob McMasters. Bob Moore, Kenneth Wiggins, Donald Sager. Joe Broady, Guy Gosnell, Rodger Keen, Joel Hoi lingswortb, Herbert Arrasmlth, Marvin Kersey, Don and Dale McMasters. Donald Sullivan, Herman and Ther-man Lewis, Bart Richards. Tommy Walthall, Jack Newlin, Byron Vin cent, Jack Burroughs, Jim Moore and Jimmy Dnlger. 52 OSRITAL Eugene Pepelea, 1135 North Sev enth street, was admitted to the county hospital Tuesday as a medical case. Doyne Crowder, 1057 South Third street, was admitted to the county hospital Tuesday aa a surgical ease. Ed Jones. 622 Main street, was admitted to tbe county hospital Wednesday as a medical case. Mrs. Ada Fulk. Miller street and Mrs. Maxine Brown and baby, Hume-rick, lnd., were dismissed from tbe county hospital Wednesday. Dozens to Notice! The Cliatontan Wants Tonr News. Please 3aU Miss Iear To llrport Modal Sewn, Phone S2 or 88. Two-Forked Allied Drive Closes In On City of Cesena t Con tin -led from page 1) . my engaged in bitter slugging matches to evict the Germans from half a dozen mountain features, some of which He only eight miles south of the city of Bologna. Heavy PigtitiiiK on Mount Delinonle Heavy righting continued to rage on the southern slopes of Mount Bel-monte which changed hands several times In the fluctuating struggle.; The Yanks pushed one spearhead beyond I -a Fabbrlca. along route C5. parallel to the main Florence-Bologna road. South African troops with the Fifth wrested Mount Pezza from the enemy and negro troops captured Mount Castlglione In the west coast sector. Headquarters reported Informa tion that the Nazi high command, worried over the increasing number of deserters, had threatened the troops that their entire families would be subjected to reprisals It they left their posts. i Mediterranean Air Force planes meanwhile attacked the Padua railway bridge. While tbe medium bombers slashed at the bridge fightr er-boinbers supported ground unlt forcing their way toward Bologna. The Modena railway yards also were bit in tbe course of a day in whieb BOO sorties were flown. , . , tireenk Minister Returns ROME. Italy. Prime Minister George Papandreou and the. 'Greet cabinet' today returned to Athens amid the cheers of thousands while other reports reaching Jtom Indicated that military operations la Greece continued smoothly. Papandreou, former manager of tbe Bank of Greece before his appointment to the high government post, landed at Piraes. He and ht cabinet drove to Athens along roads lined with cheering and enthusiastic crowds. Military operations in Greece, meanwhile, were "proceeding according to plan," as additional Allied ground forces and supplies were unloaded satisfactorily. ' ROBERTA'S 1 BEAUTY SHOP 187 North 7th Ht. PHONE JS4-W PERMANENT! GIVEN AT NIGHT BLOUSES SKIRTS MILLINERY ' ACCESSORIES BUDGET HIT! A Style for Every Figure! A Price for Every Purse! Ey REGINA. RITMOR CLINTON, IND. PARIS ,ILL Ln j r if Ml Mrs. Joe Shaw, president of tne class, presided at the meeting. Contests were enjoyed with Mrs. Cogan and Mrs. Baird winning the prizes. During the evening the members presented Miss Mary Charles, a bride-elect, a gift. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Those present were Mrs. Claude Baird, Mrs. D. O. Lyons. Mrs. James Shaw, Mrs. Roy Butts. Mrs. Charles Doughty. Mrs. Arnold Rodgers. Mrs. Frank Crawford. Miss Mary Blair. Miss Mary Charles. Mrs. William Cogan, Mrs. Leon Woody. Mrs. Tom Salmond and the hostesses. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Charles Doughty with Mrs. Cogan as assistant hostess. Mrs. Ann Olmi Hostess For Fairview Home Ec Club Fairview Home Economics Club met at the home of Mrs. Ann Olml, S25 South Third street, Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Mayme Smith as assistant hostess. Thirteen members attended tbe meeting. Mrs. Leila Walker, president of the club, opened tbe meeting. During the business session, an elec tion of officers was held with tne following officers serving , for the coming year: President, Mrs. Doro thy Webber; vice president, Mrs. Dorothy Hild; secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Martha Polland. The lesson, "Making Household Articles Last Longer" was given by Mrs. Helen Little. The club prayer Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. Initiation Services Held For Ope Acme Club Member Mrs. Marietta Foils was initiated into the Acme Club at tbe meeting held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Harry Moore on South Seventh street. Mrs. Edna Anstead and Mrs. Le-nora MeCracken were presented birthday gifts from tbe club ben. Bunco was played at three tables with Mrs. M'-Cracken winning high; Mrs. Foltx. second high;. Mrs. Iva Kelley, bunco; Mrs. Edna Anstead. low; Mrs. Kelley, travel; and table prizes went to Mrs-tFoltz, and Mrs. Anstead. Tbe next meeting will be held with Mrs. Foltz, October 20. ABC Club Entertained At Hudlin Home Wednesday ' lira. Harry Hudlin was hostess for tbe ABC Club at ber borne on South Fifth street Wednesday eve ning. Following tbe business meeting. games were played witb prizes going to Mrs. Collett Burgess. Mrs. aterriii Smith and Mrs. Henry Pullen. Others present were jirs. mi Burgan. Mrs. Albert Henderson. Mrs. Everett peck. Mrs. Charles Straw, and Mrs. Frank Baysinger. Refreshments were served by tbe bostem and the next meeting will be in two weeks witb Mrs. Peck. Mrs. Betty Warren of Wichita, Kan. and son. Paul, are visiting ber mother and sister. Mrs. Wade Ball and Mrs. Sam Ball of South Seventh street. pineapple! ; : SWEATERS I .OUISE. I nc. HAND BAGS Universal P. T. A. Names Delegate to Regional Meeting Mrs. Carl RichardSon Tioen A IMcgale To Convention To Be Held In IIIoomiiiKttm. KtudVnt Furnish Kntrrtalnmcnt. A larre attendance was prsnt at the incline of the Universal I'. T. A. Tueday evening hfld at the school house. "Memo to G. I. Joe" a sound film, was shown at the opening of the meeting. Mrs. Reriha Richardson gave the devotions using as her theme, "Service." This was followed by the Salute to the Flag. Students of the sixth, seventh and eighth grades presented the follow ing program biography of James Whitconib Riley by Jimmy House-bolder; song, "When the Frost is oo the Pumpkin" by a group of boys and girls; a reading "Out to Old Aunt Mary's" by Dolores Tasso; a Halloween playlet by Mary Latino-vitb,. Dolores Tasso, Marguerite Lear and Rosalie Secondino. During the business meeting which followed, the organization voted to give 12.50 to the War Fund. The recent rummage sale was reported a success. Mrs. Carl Richardson was chosen as a delegate to tbe Regional Convention to be held at bloomington. Jnd. Oct. 23. Plans were made for tbe placing of names on tbe School Service Plaque. Mr. Richardson announced that .over 1 700 pounds of paper were collected last week by the Boy Scouts In the community. At tbe close of tbe business meet- J ing. refreshments of sandwiches. by Mrs. Bohannan, Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Garwood. M'SIHT SCHOOL CONVEXTION Tbe Township Sunday School Convention will be held at Tennessee Valley Church Sunday. Oct. 22 at 2 p. m. with Mrs. Faye Pierce. L. B. Evangelist of Muncie, lnd. as speaker. Miss Maudrie (Bobby Fleming of Bowling Green. Ky. who has been ictrtnt. relatives and Chief Petty Officer Seott Ross of Indianapolis spent Cue week end here with Mr. and Mrs. Oat Anderson. I American Beauty Shop Vera Mae Black 812 8. Main Ftaos Ml SpecUliM-d Hair Styling 2 .Permam-nt Waves X Opes Eveig T 601HN HAWAIIAN HKmt eives that cherbet its fine fruit tuvor. And here's , that's mighty dose to ice . It comes tram ; ; ; and working to seattest quality sTannaraa. There's a lot of difference, as you will see when yon taste Seaheat Sherbet. . ... . i . . . rich with ssssstniKss. , ; j J Thursday Jolly Eight Club, Mrs. James Cunningham, 7:30 p. m. Ladies Auxiliary of the One-Half Century Club, Halloween party, 7:30 p. m. Bring pumpkin pie, sandwiches, or doughnuts and table service. Do not mask. American Legion Auxiliary. Le- B. ft P. W. Meet at tbe Pythian Sisters Hall at 7:30 p. m. Call Mrs. Turchl, 41. by Wednesday noon If planning to attend. Catholic Women's Club, regular business and social meeting. 7:30 p. m. Social hostess chairman, Mrs. Jo sephine Harrietts assisted by Mrs. Mary Berto. Mrs. Ann Doughty. Mrs. Mary Pitehkltes and Mrs. Hat- tie AmattL All Catholic women Invited. Young People's Class of the First Christian Church have postponed their meeting for one week. Friday Members of Psi Gamma Chapter of Kappa Delta Phi meet at White's Pharmacy at 7 p. m. Friday evening, for transportation to party. Misses Marie Jones and Alice Drake, hos tesses. - Wabash Camp. RNA. Regular meeting with Mrs. Maggie Geller. Walnut street. 7:30 p. m. Fairview Community Clnb, town hall, regular bunco games. Games start at 7:30 p. m. Public Invited. Mrs. Dalton Hostess For Economics Club At All Day Meeting Twenty-Three Members and Three Gaesta Attend Meeting. War Fund Donation Clven. Yearly Program Leaders Announced by President. Tbe Happy Hour Home Ee Clnb members beld their regular monthly all-day meeting Wednesday at tbe borne of Mrs. Helen Dalton witn Mrs. Eva Poff assisting. Roll Call was answered by twenty-two members and three guests giving a abort topic on, "How to Con trol Contagious and Infectious Dis- in tbe Home." Guests attending were Mrs. Effie Manship. Mrs. Alice Dalton. Mrs. Doyne Lawson and baby and Mrs. Myrtle Tennis, a former active member vow of Detroit. Mien. Mrs. Miriam Shew was welcomed Into tbe club as a new member. Tbe meeting was opened witb tbe Club Creed and Pledge to tbe Flag followed by tbe devotions. Mrs. Ruth Bumgardner waa In charge of the devotional period. The quotation was read in unison and tbe aong of tbe month. "Dixie" was sung and tbe history was given by Mrs. Mable Stokes. Tbe l'-sson. "Keeping Up Appearances on Wall and Wood Surfaces" was presented by the leaders. Mrs. Hazel Wright and Mrs. violet Buntain. . Mrs. Bertha Richardson, president of the organization, gave a report on a recent planning meeting beld in Newport. Tbe program for 145 was outlined with the following topics and their leaders announced: Family and Community Recreation. Mrs. Mable Stokes and Mrs. Ruth Bumgardner: Better Meals With Better Planning and Preparation. Mrs. Donna Skelley and Mrs. Edna Kelts: Making Dresses. Suits and Coats. Mrs. Alice Newland and Mrs. Hazel Wright; Time and My Hands. Mrs. Miriam Sbew and Mrs. Bertha Bieb-ardson. During tbe business session, a donation waa made to tbe War Fund Drive and plans were made to attend the Achievement Day at Newport. November B. Mrs. Manship gave an interesting demonstration and talk on "Household Paper Products." Those attending were Mrs. Maude Andrews. Mrs. Kuth Bumgardner. Mrs. Marie Buntain. Mrs. Violet Buntain. Mrs. Vesta Cirey Mrs. Helen Dalton, Mrs. Est Foltz. Mrs. Beulah Haymaker and son. ' Mrs. Flossie Haymaker .Mrs. He-, leo Keliey and daughter, carol. Mrs. Ruby Kelley and granddaughter. Sharon. Mrs. Edna Keltz. Mrs. Alice Newland. Mrs. Florence Newland. Mrs. Eva Poff. Mrs. Bertha ' Richardson. Mra. Donna Skelley and children. Mrs. Helen Rpurr and daughter. Judy. Mrs. Mable Stokes. Mrs. Tennis. Mrs. Hazel Wright. Mrs. Miriam Sbew and son. Bobby. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Ruby Kelley with Mrs. Eva Poff assisting. 4 Friendly Bunco Members Hold Farewell Party Eight members and one guest. Mra- Joan Simms. of tbe Friendly It unco Club met at the CUnUm Hotel Wednesday evening for their regular meeting. Mrs. Edith Nowling was hostess. During tbe business meeting. Mrs. Mayme Osborne was voted hack into the club. Bunco waa played at two tables with prizes going to Mrs. Thelma Baxendale. high: Mrs. Josephine Chambers, bunco; Mrs. Hazel Smith, travel; and Mrs. Betty Reed. low. A surprise farewell handkerchief shower was given in honor of Mrs Edith Nowling. The next meeting will be a Halloween party to be held at the Clinton Hotel next Wednesday. FALL, FESTIVAL A home talent play, chicken supper and other entertainment will feature tbe fall festival of the Jacksonville FT A at the school Friday. Oct- 20. e Mias Wilms Mcintosh of Chicago. III. visited her parents of CIS Elm street over tne week end. CHESTERFIELDS TUXEDOES BOY COAT.S WRAP A ROUNDS COATS 145 SNO $6 95 to 5995 - SUITS 1 $1 6 95 LEGGING SETS $8 75 to 24 95 i All Nationally Known Brand Labels At Louise'! DRESS STAR! ' FALL DRESSES IN SUCH NATIONALLY KNOWN BRANDS AS JUNE BENTELY CAROLE KING NELLY DON , CLAIRE TIFFANY JERRI JO-DEE IRMA HILL . BOBBY BROOKS mm?) 63 1 SWEATERS $2" to $7-5 100 Pure Virgin Wool OUR SWEATER CLUB TODAY Use Our Convenient Lay Away Plan I. ' ft There Is No Substitute ASK ABOUT Quality! At---. ;For Style And Get Both INC. ClOVflllAf CUAsUBB HiC, RUNTIM6T0H, HOUUU WONT MBS KM DAVIS IN THE SEALTEST VILLAGE STOKE PBOCRAM THt BIMY5. :WI r IE. 1IT

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