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Clinton, Indiana
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'T Pagw Three ' THE DAILY CEINTONIAN Tuesday, October 24, 1941. (j Clinton Social Notes Mr. and Mrs. diet Paris of Steger, 111., were Friday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Mucari aud sou Nicholas. Jr. Miss Esther Krause of Ho-bart. lud. and George Mandich of Gary, Ind. were Saturday and Sunday guests. St.Bernice Club Meets Milwaukee Womans Club Meets at School; Clinton People at lcal Church Steady Yank Drive Hammers Jap Outposts (Continued trow pac 1) Earl BiKgs, Mrs. Ray Bigg?. Mrs. Dan of Newport spent Wednesday night with Claudia Howlett. Pvt. Robert Shields and wile arrived Sunday from Texas, where lie had been in Camp, for a visit with Mrs. Shields parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kyger. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Former and son Hugh Leonard of near Dana visited Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Moore Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Win. A. Walthall werg guests Sunday of George Castle and family near Ridgefarm, 111 Carolyn Cooke of near Dana spent Sunday afternoon with her grandparents and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. F-I). Cooke and daughter Alice. Cottrell. Mrs. Claude coourn, mra. Joe Clarette. Mrs. Ora Doyle, Mrs Winnie Gilfoy. Mrs. Charles Griffin Burmese Literates Sixty-one per cent of Burmese men, and 17 per cent of the women are literate. Mrs. Albert Hamilton, Mrs. Chester The Milwaukee Women's Club met Mi's. Claude ewton Hostess Recently for Parke JEc Club As New J're sklent of J'ttrke foveroJ iwh I.iuieJioou Hfi vyj. Modesitt, Mrs. Claude Iewton, Mrs Waldo NevLns. Mrs. Clyde Weaver th outskirts of San Pablo, seven at the Grade School building Wednesday evening. A delicious supper Mrs. Julia Whitten. Mrs. Wright miles west of the coastal town of American ueaury oiiop Vera Mae Black was served by the following men nnlaw which was liberated last tat- Messrs. Reed McGinnis, Stanley 312 S. Main Phone 60 i urdaf. In this sector. MacArthurs communique stated, enemy activity Reed. Cyrus Bodle. Ben Reed and Ellslia McDonald. Thirty-five members enjoyed the evening together 0 !' Jali'd Hair Styling IVruiunriii Waves Oix-n Kveiiiniis Van Duyn. Mrs. Kvelyn Shaw. Mrs Alpha Huxford, Mrs. Tessie Schulti Mrs. .Lucy MoLain and three guests Miris Koaa Johnson and Helen Mor gan and Mrs. C. C. Manship of Clin ton. DE3 Members Meet Friday At Home of Evelvn Kelley The Parke Homemakers Kc Club of Parke County held Its October after the business session. has been limited to rearguard actions aud night raiding. By-Paxs Jap Outposts In the Cagman Hill area, nonh- Tuesday Minnehaha, 7:80 p. ni. at the hall. Wednesday Past Chief Club meet with Mrs. George Willhite. 7:30 p. m. with Mrs. Nora Wilson as assistant hostess. White Heather Circle, Mrs. John Dunsmore, Walnut street. Jdle Wile Club, Mrs. Archie Car-mlchael, 1! p. m. Thursday , Acme Club, 7:80 p. m. Mrs. Claude Fold, Walnut street. W. 8. C. S. MethodiBt Church, all day nieetiug at the church beginning at 11 a. m. Each person to bring sandwiches or small dish of salad for sacrificial luncheon. Young People of First Christian Church. Mrs. Glenn Clayton, 1639 North Ninth street, 7:80 p. m. The Methodist Youth Fellowship will have a Hobo Hayride, Oct. 26. Don't forget to come and bring one guest. Dress like a hobo. Be there at 6:30 p. m. Pocahontas Lodge, 7:30 p. m. Bunco and Euchre at 8 p. m. Friendly Bunco Club, Halloween party, in basement of the Clinton Hotel. 7:30 p. m. Stitch-in-Time Club, postponed one week. Mrs. Car) Halsey. ,... Mary June Williams and Martha Lee Beard of Indianapolis spent the west of Dulag, nemy defensive Drop Everything: Tranquil History In general, the modern history of Costa Rica has been more tranquil than that of many of its sister na-tions, and years of relatively peaceful and democratic government have made it one of the most progressive nations on this continent. units, entrenched in natural lor- for this tresses, are being by-passed and en Amazing Way! Members of the DEB Club met cvi.h.v nfternnnn with Mrs. Evelyn veloped. Small scale enemy air raids under cover of darkness continued but Kelley. South fifth street for their i-.fiil:ir mpetinz. were again described as "ineffect Six members and two guests meeting at the home of Mrs. Claude Newton with Mrg. Claude Cob urn. Mrs. Albert Hamilton and Mrs. J5ve-lyn Shaw UHfiKtinjf. Mrs. C. C. Manship of Clinton had a display of articles made from paper and gave an interesting description of their uses. A covered dish luncheon followed. The meeting opened with the creed and salute to the flag. The aong, "Dixie" was sung in unison by the members. Mrs. Leon Modesitt had a special reading for October. The following officers were nominated: president, Mrs. Leon Mode-sitt; vice-president. Mrs. Clyde Weaver; secretary, Mrs. Clarence Spurr; So t Mlnur Clinic. Jie ....-.-l to V"VJ5 iir it" id it. ti. wri H'--. are rollti'Ml. iTV luw il.r.o. M-r . JU,.tOiM. to. i Wl....r Itc.Bl Sum'I.j-1.h. ",''' iuu liT JK.-1VU' TOIMI. At nil ttui Jiuv' sturi-n (verj-v.iiere in Cliutua, ut (jillis Ptoxjuaey. were present at tne meeting, rot-ia-inir th business session, bunco Dae Less Coal Consumption of coal per kilowatt-hour in the generation of electricity has been cut in half during the past 20 years. was played with Mrs. Jennie Rose winning bunco and travel; Mrs. Louise Conner, high; and Mrs. Maxine ual" in the communique. One enemy diveboniber was shot down at dusk by anti-aircraft fire from warships supporting the ground forces. The communique revealed that eight more towns on Leyte in addition to Tacloban, Palo and Dulag. whose capture was previously disclosed, have been liberated by the fast-moving American units. Gulf I.slands Cleared Turner, low. Mpmhers attendine were Mrs. Kel PRECIOUS GARMENTS NEED ley, Mrs. Rovine Eaton, Mrs. Conner, week end with their parents. Mary June Doan enjoyed the week end at her home and was accompanied to Terre Haute by her cousin, Peggy Ditto, Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Tindall visited with Mr. Tindall's mother in Mitchell, Ind., a few days last week. A number of Clinton people from the First Baptist Church, with their orchestra attended the afternoon service here Sunday. The revival, with Rev. Ray Crawl of Clinton as the evangelist, is progressing nicely. Jack Chenhall of Clinton, song leader, was also present. Mrs. Fred Weaver enjoyed a week's vacation in Indianapolis with her son, Welton Weaver and family. Ensign and Mrs. John Nelson, Jr. are the parents of a baby daughter, born in an Indianapolis hospital last week. The daughter has been named Nina Jeanne and is the second child. The mother was formerly Mary Alice Helt of Dana. Mrs. Cora Hemphill and Mrs. Lou Jackson of Rockville were Sunday PROTECTION TOO Mrs. Jessie Richmond, Mrs. lurner Mm Booh. Mrs. Marv LoU Howell assistant secretary, Mrs. Waldo Nev- ttft t substituting or Mrs. Margaret Crow- The Islands of Dinagat and Ho- der, and Mrs. Anna Hiatt suosuiui infr (7r Mrs. Kdna Dueger. Mrs. Ross will be hostess for the Give your woolen garmenlN and winter wear Hie prelection that precious clothing nVwrieb Sl'KK Hint Hie ill) - leaning process Ihey go through Is lillie-lesled, next meeting. Hallowe'en Party Enjoyed At Stateler Home Monday A Halloween Party was held Mon monohon at the mouth of the Leyte Gulf where exploratory landings were made by small units three days before the invasion of Leyte, have been swept clear of the enemy. Su-luan Island the tiny atoll first mentioned as the scene of American landings in enemy radio reports, is also in American hands. Suluan lies just each of Homonhon at the mouth of the gulf. Bombers Scour Philippines Presbyterian Primary Department Enjoys Party Mrs. Martin Tonner, superintendent of the primary department of the Presbyterian Church, entertained the pupils of that department Saturday afternoon with a Halloween party. Decorations in keeping with Halloween were used and candles shaped in various Halloween figures were placed on the tables. All the guests were masked and prizes were awarded to John A. Mau lns; treasurer. Mrs. Winnie Gilfoy; assistant treasurer, Mrs. Karl Biggs. Miss Taibott, county agent, had an Interesting talk on "Out of the Scrap-Bag" and displayed patterns that could be used for Xmas gifts and servicemen's gifts. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Josephine Claret to at North Twelfth street, Terre Haute. Jt is a covered dish luncheon with Mrs. Margaret Modesitt, Mrs. Mary Nardl and Mrs. pan Cottrell assisting. Members present were Mrs. Joe Adams, Mrs. Riley Adams, Mrs. Fred Adams, Mrs. Clifford Bell, Mrs. Let-ta Bennett, Mrs. Fred Bennett, Mrs. day evening at the home of Marilyn Stateler for a few friends. Have Your Clothes Cleaned "The Model Way" Games were played with prizes going to Jimmy Hixon, Carolyn Stateler and Catherine Sassen. MODEL CLEANER Refreshments of apples, pop-corn Phone 13 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Blake. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cbarleson of Great Falls, Mont, were guests of their aunt, Mrs. O. M. Kuhns. Mr. and Mrs. Cassell Kuhns of Chicago were also guests of Mrs. Kuhns. Mrg. Florence McCarty of Plym S24 H. Main St. rice, Peggy Jo Austin, Breck A. Marion and John D. Simms. and pop were served at the close of the evening. Those attending were Betty Kenneth Maurice, John A. Patty Lou Pastore, Jackie Fe- Those attending were Marilyn and Raymond Nesbit, Adeline Martin, Catherine Sassen, Jimiuie Hixon, Bll outh, Ohio transacted business in this vicinity Tuesday, after which noglio, Alice Marie Fenoglio, David Lee Sweeney, Jo Ann Sweeney, Mar ly Roberta Fiscus, Carolyn and Jerry Stateler, James iKruzan, Wnda she visited with old neighbors and ROBERTA'S 1 BEAUTY SHOP 1 137 North 7tb St. .PHONE I84-W . ilyn Craig, Breck Marion, Randall Meanwhile, heavy American bombers continued to spread destruction throughout the southern Philippines and also hit the Jap oil refinery center of Balikpapan on Borneo in another raid. Off .the north coast of Borneo, the far-ranging American planes sent a 1,000 ton enemy freighter to the bottom. The bombers blasted Baoyan on Mindano Island with 27 tons of explosives, destroying buildings and causing fires and explosions. Night patrol planes attacked a Davao airdrome, blasting buildings and starting fires. Haluialiem Island Hit On Halinahera Island in the bypassed Moluccas, medium bombers escorted by fighter planes, plastered Marion, Peggy Jo Austin, Nancy Lee Brown, Shirley Angel, I'riscilla Run-yan and the hostess. Tuscola, III., where she spent a few friends before taking the train to days with her sister, Mrs. Adrian Phillips and family. Cheek, Emily Syme, Betty Lou Hixon, Paula Jay Hixon, Artie Joe Wil fASK ANYONE " WHO WEARS A NEW 1 RADlOHiAR AID... J PFRMANENTS GJVEN AT NIGHT . Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hill Mrs. Dolph Dunkley has returned liams, Billy, Martha Ann and Elaine Williams, Eugene Devon Cadle, Tom my Carter Cadle, Patricia, Bertha and Barbara Evans, Billy Black -HOG after a four week's stay with her daughter, Mrs. Louise Hockey, of Kewana, 111. Mrs. Rockey recently gave birth to a daughter and hag been in a critical condition, but Is now on the road to recovery. burn, and John David Simms. Those assisting Mrs. Tonner were Mrs. Margaret Harlan, Mrs. Olin Cpl. Bill King, son of Mr. and enemy airdromes at Dalela and Kaoe on successive days and also hit Swinney. Mrs. Ann Craig, Mrs. Kath-erine Maurice, Mrs. Ruth Fenoglio! Mrs. Lill Williams, Mrs. Wilma Ca :r IT'5 AN OVERWHELMING SUCCESS ritrSt Why: New "personal-focusing" tone control adjusts your hearing to dif-fereot sound conditions g$ easily as binocular. New Zenith battery-saver circuit jreduces operating cost. Equipped with the New Neutral-Color Earphone mi Cord. Vou get Zenith's finest precision quality at about V the price of other quality hearing aids. Zenith guarantee and 5 -year service policy. Honored On Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kerns of Paris, 111., entertained with a six o'clock dinner last Saturday evening In honor of the third wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hill. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. i. E. Marvel, Mrs. Nellie George of Clinton, Maurice Williams, and W. ) Williams of Greenfield, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Hill were presented with an end table from the guests. Mrs. Sadie Evans and Mrs. Nellie Pittman of North Third street were guests of Mrs. Maxine Stateler and Betty Smith Monday evening. enemy installations at pernac and dle and Mrs. Evans. Podelo. In the Amboina-Ceram sector. own Most popvlor"yor 'round" 4rt IK a pint Atwoy pure one" delicious. YOU mok ony aver in 2 mantes. 20 fo recipe in ocfc pockoae. Please atk yowr grocer for LOHDOflDGRRU 35 Howard Street, Son Fronciieo 3, Calif. blasted airfield runways and oil In Mrs. Elmer King, has been transferred from Florida to Camp Dark ley, Texas, Cpl. King Is with the medical corps. The local P T A. will have charge of a banquet in the near future honoring the base ball team, wliicb has been very successful and baa wop the county championship. Mrs. Orville Miller and mother. . w Mrs. Bert Cox Guest At Happy Hour Bunco Club Mrs. Ed Searing was hostess Mon stallations at Pol a. Returning pilots 40 Rod to Wmu reported that an oil storage tank ex ploded In the attack. The raid was day evening for the Happy Hour i r carried out by attack planes, fight Bunco Club of Universal which met f Com I tor p Dimonttratlon La your owo cut decide. We will not urge you to buy. No elaborate testing. No frequent "adjuMmeora." You'll quickly "hear" why you need My no more than 40 tor a oiui-sty bearing aid. er-bombers and patrol bombers. An complete with rodlonl twb, crystal microphoM, Ncvtraf-Colar Earphone end Cord, boKri. On model, no "dioy" ... On price . . . On qual jty, Zenith's finest. at the recreation hall. Mrs. Bertha Kuhns accompanied by enemy coastal vessel to the north Fourteen members and one guest, west of Dola wag bit by the Amer Mrs. Bert Cox, attended the ican raiders. Mttpid by Amerkan Mtdkal A hoc Ml torn CtumU oh pbjiUal '1 btratnt Mrs. Donald Hehman and son, Jimmy are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cassell Kuhns in Chicago. Jack Kuhns, son of the latter, hag finished his boot-training at Great Lakes Naval Training Station and is to report for During the business meeting plans were made to have a Halloween par ty next Monday night. Bunco was played with prizes go assignment at another station this week. Ensign John Nelson, Jr., who is ing to Mrs. Zetta Brann, high; Mrs. Mafalda Soyack, bunco; and Mrs. Grace Brann, low and travel. Mrs. Thelma Lawson will be the stationed in Camp Peary, New York, brought a contingent of men to Indiana and so was able lo spend the hostess for the next meeting. RE-ELECT Edbert P. Zell YOUR Prosecuting Attorney REPUBLICAN TICKET week end with his family. Mra. Lillian Nolan has sold her V Sixth District To Hold Dinner at Terre Haute ' The young people of the Sixth property and has purchased a home in Terre Haute to which she moved last Wednesday. 4, e. mmmmmv .... . Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hutson are the District will hold a dinner Friday 6: IS p. m. at the Terre Haute House Captain William E. Jenner, candi parents of an eight pound son named William Dean. The mother is the former Martha Lee Hugg. date for U. 8. Senator, short-term, or his equal will be the guest speak The Royal Neighbors Lodge was entertained last Wednesday night at er. Mrs. Dorothy Koonce, Falrvlew, Mrs. Emma Nichols, Dana and Mrs. Gladya HojlUigeworlii, Newport, were admitted to the county hospital Sunday as medical cases. Mrs. Elizabeth Downey, RockvilJe, who fell and broke her hip, was admitted to the county hospital Saturday as a fracture case. Mrs. Josephine Kelshefmer and baby, It. 2, Clinton; Mrs. Marlon Allen, Newport and Mrs. Mabel Rus-sel and baby, Dana, were dismissed from the county hospital Monday. Miss Betty Smith, formerly of Ev-ansville, who is making her home with Mrs. Harley Stateler is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Smith of Hymera. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Marvel of Detroit, Mich, have returned home after spending the past ten days with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hill of North Fourth street. has been chosen vice-chairman of the home of Mrs. Ben Douglass. Nine members were present. Li '-2 .a V the Young Republicans of Vermillion County. Reservations can be made with Robert J. McCutchan, c-o Metzer Wholesale Co. Lebanon, Ind. Mr. McCutchan is the young Repub IF THE (.ABEL ISTHE HAT IS RIGHT, , THE HAT IS RIGHT, Current News In Quaker Vermillion Grove Guests Are Here; Pvt. Shields Is Here on Furlough Mrs. Mindnle Manlon of Ridge- PRIME" 'Mi lican chairman. w m m Betty Ruth Carty Honored At Birthday Fete Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Murl Carty entertained Thursday evening with a birthday party honoring their daughter's, Betty Ruth, fourteenth birthday. - Those present were Rulh Ann Savant, pelores Stash, Rose Pierce, Donna Carty, Carrol Morley, Judy and Larry Carty, Mrs. Paul Russell, Mrs. Coy McQueen, James McQueen and Harry Baker. Refreshments of sandwiches, ice farm, III. called Monday on Mrs. John Howlett. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Cooke were In Clinton Thursday afternoon. H. T. Canaday and wife called on Ella Thompson and famify Wednes day afternoon. Mr. and Mrg. Bert Majors and cream and cake were served. Betty song of Kingman and Vernon Wal Mr. and Mrs. Parke Lewman, Montezuma, are the parents of a son born at the Vermillion County Hospital Tuesday. The infant weighed eight pounds, seven and half ounces and has not been named. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Luff, 1102 South Fifth street, are the parents of a son born at the Vermillion County Hospital Monday. The infant weighed eight pounds and six ounces and has been named Charles Wayne. Mrs. I.uft is the former Miss Lois Henry. Kuth received several lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson returned to their home Sunday from If 1 "J win Hanford, Wash, where he hag been employed. Miss Rose McQueen has gone to Seattle, Wash, where she bag employment. Mrs. Lola Campbell of Hillsdale spent Friday evening with Mrs. Hazel Carty and Mrs. Briilia McQueen. $6 and $6.50 i i BOW TO BE CONFIDCNTIY CASUAL' There's an assured carelessness in dress that is' supremely smart, and we know of no more outstand- FASCINATORS -HEAD SQUARES thall and family of Vermillion Grove, III. attended church and had dinner with A. J. and George Walthall Sunday. Carolyn Cooke bag returned to her home near Dana after visiting at the Mrs. F. D. Cooke several days, home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mr. and Mra. Robert Crist of near Perrysvjlle visited Sunday with Francis Bennett and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Howlett and daughter Claudia called Wednesday evening on Minnie Manlon in Ridge-farm, III. Elmina Canaday shopped In Danville and visited her niece, Mrs. Claud dalyen and family In Georgetown, 111., Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Southard and Mr. and Mrs. George Kennedy of near Rldgefarm, III. visited Ella Thompson and family Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Dunivan, Br. 'or Dana, Mrs. Virgil Nichols of Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. John Dunivan, Jr. and children of Kokomo visited the former's daughter, Mrs. Francis Bennett and family, Monday. Beverey Arrasuilth and girl friend Notice! The Clintonian Want four News. Please Call Miss I .ear To Report Social News. Phone S3 or S3. ing example of it than the Knox Vagabond Prince. Every touch of style in this light, soft felt speaks of casual distinction. 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