The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on October 26, 1944 · Page 3
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, October 26, 1944
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Pag Three THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Hiursday, October 26, 1944. ALIND General German j n Clinton Social Notes ' Hend and Fort Wayne. Fifteen thousand teachers are attending the two-day convention in Indianapolis, which will be concluded tomorrow night in the Cadle Tabernacle with an address by Emil Ludwlg, biographer and enemy of N'aziism, and the annual choral festival presented by 700 high school pupils from all over the state. against stiffened German resistance. Western Front Action The main activity on the western front bordering the Reich was confined to the Seventh Army sectors where Lieut. Gen. Alexander M. Patch's American Seventh Army in France made new progress In the Mortasne River bridgehead, northeast of Mortagne and also toward Les Rouges Eaux. Averaging a mile a day. headquarters revealed, the Seventh Army advanced to a depth of five miles east of Bruyeres. Retreat Begins In W. Holland (Continued from page 1) Get In tbti Scrap! Thuraaav Centenary WSCS will meet at the church, Nov. 2 to plan election meal. Job's Daughters, regular meeting, at Masonic hall, 7:30 p. m. Acme Club, 7:30 p. m. Mtb. Claude Foltz, Walnut street. Young People of First Christian Church, Mrs. Glenn Clayton, 1639 North Ninth street, 7:30 p. m. PocahontaB 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. Stltch-ln-Time Club, postponed one week. Mrs. Carl Halsey. Friday Octette Club Meet for noon luncheon with Mrs. Uva Pittenger, 602 Nebeker Street. Bunco and monthly drawing. Notice ! The rilntonlan Want Toiir News. I'lense Call Miss Icar To Iteport Social News. Phone 82 or 83. Miss Helen Craft Observes Seventh Birth Anniversary Miss Helen Craft observed her seventh birthday at a party given at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Craft, Saturday afternoon. Guests attending were Vernon and Shirley Kispert, Rhoda Kay and Wanda Fay WIIboh, Janice Murray, Barbara Harper, Arlene Pasco, John Kite, Jane Ann Craig, Janet Beard, Martha and Nancy Hall, Janice Cox. Mildred Ann Turbevllle, Raymond Days, Carolyn Hawkins, Freddy Graham, Martha Payton, Linda Faye Peck, Billy Gene Davis, Donald and Helen Craft. The table was centered with a large birthday cake topped with sev- anHiaa Tee rrpam and cake were Women of the Moose Hold Organization Meeting Here Mrs. Hallie Brodle, College Regent; Miss Nellie Keller, Assistant Dean of Fellowship, Academy and College; Mrs. Ida Gremiger, College of Regent; members n Uu: Ter-re Haute Chapter of tl f W of the Moose were in chars.: : . 'ie organization meeting held Wednesday evening at the Moose Lodge rooms on Blackman street. Installation of officers will be held next Wednesday evening at the lodg rooms. The officers of the College Region from Terre Haute will be in charge. Following the meeting, a supper will be served by the men of the Loyal Order of Moose, Clinton Chapter. Mystery Pal Club Members Observe 12th Anniversary The regular meeting of the Mystery Pal Club was held Oct. 23 with Mrs. Joe Vercolto as hostess. At the conclusion of the business meeting, bunco was played at three tables with prizes going to Mrs. James Curry, bunco; Mrs. Vercolio, high; Mrs. John Giacherio. low; Mrs. Anto Bogetto, mystery package and Mrs. Simon Turchi, travel. Delicious refreshments were serv way to Antwerp, is slowly coming to an end, the German DNB agency reported today. ' (The Allies have succeeded In blocking the lund communications to South Develand, the agency said, but German heavy batteries on the Islands Btlll are in working order. In collaboration with German troops doggedly resisting In Brabant, these hatterloK will nrevent the Allies from Tri Kappas Donate $100, To Current War Fund Drive Mrs. James Sutton was hostess Wednesday evening for the me Hirers of the Tri Kappa which met at ler home on Blackman street. During the business meeting, the nembers voted to donate 1100 to he War Fund Drivet MlsMes Mar-orie Caldwell and Man-ynette White tave reports on Navy Hay and It was innounced that Tri JC'iPPas will narch in the parade, i Mrs. Wakefield Genrish reported in the Veterans Advisory Board peetlng held recently, i Plans were also completed for the llnner to be given Tuesday, Oct. 31 it the one-Half Century Club. At his time, Tri Kappa and the Tri Kappa Associate chapter will be losts for the Hockville Tri Kappas. Postwar Educational Problems Fare Teachers INDIANAPOLIS. 1 nd. Indiana public school tiachers turned their attention to postwar educational problems, both national and International, today, as they met in five Hoosier cities for the 91st annual session of the Indiana State Teachers' Association. Meetings are being held in Indianapolis. Evansville, Gary, South American Beauty Shop Vera Mae Black using the harbor of Antwerp until it ' 812 S. Main Phone 09 SM-clalized Hair Styling Permanent Waves Open Evenings has lost its importance to them, the agency stated. Threatened With Collapse The combined assaults by troops of the British Second Army and the Canadian First Army which carried the Allies to within a mile of Til- served. The afternoon was spent In Delts Enjoy Hallowe'en Party on Tuesday Night Fnrtv-one members of the Delta Theta Tau sorority enjoyed a Hal i Members on the committee for the linner are Mrs. John Bentley, chair-nan, Mrs. Curtis Louden, Mrs. Sut-lon, Mrs. Lang Helt, Miss Caldwell, Mrs. Hageman, and Mrs. K. W. Pow-tll. I Miss Marynette White will be the hostess for the November 8 meeting. burg and forward along the route to Breda threatened collapse of the German defenses. I An official spokesman at bead-1 quarters of Gen. Dwight D. Eisen ed by the hostess. Gifts were exchanged by the members in honor lowe'en party Tuesday nignt in me Half Century Club with decorations, games and refreshments carrying out the Hallowe'en theme. Prises were awarded during the evening with Miss Martha Foltz winning a "most original costume" prize; Mrs. Christine Kercheval, hardest to guess. Other prizes went in Mlaa TTvelvn CloUEh. MiSS Joan playing games. The hostess receivea many nice gifts. Former Fairview Resident Married At South Bend Miss Louise Abbott, South Bend and William D. Hall, a former Fair-view Park resident, now of South Bend were united in marriage September 30 at 2 "p. m. In the First Methodist Church at Michigan City. Mr. and Mrs. Hall are making Rev. Henry V. Deale read the vows, their home at South Bend where they are both employed. of the twelfth anniversary of the club. The next meeting will be with All Members of the ONE HALF CENTURY CLUB Are Requested To Come To The EAST ROOM Friday, Oct. 27th at 6 p. m. To Take Part In Navy Day Parade hower said there were indications that the, German withdrawal in the Tilburg-Breda sector probably began Tuesday when a gradual retirement, of the enemy was noted. The British march on Tilbnrg, southwest of Hertogenbosch, reach McDonald and a relay team led by Miss Claire A. McDonald. nnrinir the business meeting Miss ed Goerle, a mile south of their goal Driven from North, Kast Sections In the continued fighting for Her- Opening For SALES LADY EXPERIENCE In Retail Selling Preferred STEADY EMPLOYMENT Apply At LOUISE, Inc. Phone 757 togenbosch ItBelf the Germans were Catherine Enrici and Mrs. Leon Fougnies were appointed in charge of the bond sales for the sorority's annual Thanksgiving Dance. Renresentation in the county-wide S m - - 7 n . t -mr a n ( n driven from tlie north and east sec tions of the city. I 137 North 7th St. American forces northeast of Epinal, in France, advanced slowly Navy Day observance was voted with several members expected to take PHONE 1S4-W PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT Mrs. Bogetto on November 6. Newport Literary Club Meets at Bingham Home "Taps for Private Tussle," written by Jesse Stuart, a humorous story of the Tussle family who lived in the hills of Kentucky, was reviewed for members of the Driftwood Literary Club by Mrs. Mary Bingham Monday evening at the club's regular meeting. The meeting was held at the Clinton home of Mrs. Bingham with 14 members and three guests. Miss Lois Payton, Mrs. Belle Hegarty and Miss Gladys Jane Lewis, present. Responses-' to roll call were "Strange Epitaphs". During the business meeting, the club made plans to be represented in the Navy Day parade which is to be held Friday in Clinton. Mrs. John C. Pickell, Mrs. H. S. HawkinB and Mrs. Ed Moore furnish part in the Navy parade Friuay eve- ICE REFRIGERATION IS BEST BECAUSE Hover Any Repair Bills Nothing to got out of Order! FRIST ICE refrigeration in trouble-free. Tltere In nothing to break Members of the hostess committee in charge of the party included Miss Martha W. Mackie, chairman; Miss Betty Jean Pyle, Miss Milll-cent Holt; Mrs. Wakefield Kirkman; Mrs. John Goldner; Mrs. Nick Kara-novlch and Mrs. Henry Paloncy. Past Chief Club Members Entertained At Supper m r.enrie willhite entertained BOYS' SUITS 1 Home down, nothing to get out of order, no dangerous fumes. There can never he any repair bills. The modern, beautiful ice refrigerator will give a lifetime of perfect, trouble-free refrigeration. ed music during the social hour. The tho members of the Past Chief Club hostess served delicious refreshments to the guests at tables deco rated with fall flowers. m Watch Hay Don't lose the value of your hay by late cutting, improper curing, excessive handling or poor storage. Come In, See the Refrigerator A. "I I f I .1 VUU 1 v Let Us Trove That It Is Beet! EjJuEjr J CLINTON ICE CO. Wednesday evening at her home with Mrs. Nora Wilson assisting. A delicious supper was served. Games were played with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Clara Gilmore, Mrs. Phoebe Douglas, Mrs. Mary Blessia, Mrs. Jeanie Scullion, Mrs. Gilfoy and Mrs. Gertrude Jones. Those present were Mrs. Henry Gilfoy, North Judson, Mrs. Evalyn Shaw, Mrs. Alex Sawyer, Mrs. Lela Moore, Mrs. Clara Gilmore, Mrs. Cora Ruby, Mrs. Scullion, Mrs. Llewellyn, Mrs. Margaret Wood,. Mrs. Flora Minnlck, New Goshen, Mrs. Blessia of Universal, Mrs. Vera Robertson. Mrs. Gertrude Jones, Mrs. Elizabeth Ellis of Anderson and four guests, Mrs. Hazel Cunningham. Mrs. Phyllis Gilfoy and daughter, Mrs. Anna Shaw and Mrs. Charles Douglas. . F. M. 1c Robert Oliver and sister, Betty, left yesterday to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Oliver of Chicago, 111. Their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Oliver of North Main street will also spend the week end In Chicago. Mrs Helen Benskin and Mrs. Ma Especially at this time of the year when r..ll which might hanit in all winter are easily caught It's up to you, Mrn. Hoii-ewile. to sec (hat your family Is well-fed to build up resistance Itt those "winter uilnicul" that keen children out of school, and make abwntees of essential war workers. Avoid those ills by serving your family the kind or food that will keep tliein in good health. Avoid paving too much for those foods, too. For real food values, shop at the I'nlted Home Grocers. rie Harper spent two days recently In Decatur, 111., with Merl Sims and family. COFFEE Delicions Sips ). 200 mm S48oz.Dkg. 9Tc Farmers Pride OAT! Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart, 429 Eureka street, are the parents of a daughter born at the county kn.ntl Thnmrinv The infant weigh ed seven pounds, thirteen and a half S P B H A C H 1 Tg IsSs FARMERS PRIDE No. 2 can ounces and has been named juaitn Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Quentln Ave, R. 2, Clinton, are the parents of a daughter born at the county hospital Thursday. The infant weighed six pounds, nine and a half ounces and has been named Victoria Maria. Mr. and Mrs. Julio Natali, R. 2, Clinton, are the parents of a son born at the county hospital Tuesday. The infant weighed eight pounds and ten ounces and has been namori Denni. Jnsenh. Mrs. Natali APPLE BUTTER Crystal 28ozs.23C SANDWICH SPREAD ce-ist 12. 1 5c Is the former Miss Charlotte Ann Mr. onrf Mm Olenn Conrad of CORN CRYSTAL Two No. 2 Cans 25c south of Newport are the parents of a daughter Dorn uct. xv. ine in fant seven pounds 12 ounces ana has been named Peggy Jo. Before moving to Newport, Mr. and Mrs. We Mean In Sizes 4 to 12 (These are the sizes so hard to find) Suppose You Make That Selection Now! In The Range of 13 to 20 We Show Many Pleasing Patterns in Both The Single and Double Breasted Style! Come See Them! Now Is The Ideal Time For JACKETS AND LOAFER COATS ROSENBLATT'S Conrad lived in Cayuga. PUK11 UHUrd ID. 3C ROUND, GRADE "A" VEAL STEAK ib. 40c ACME-EVANS CHICKEN FEEDS VICTOR PALONCY Pike & Lincoln Street U0$RITAt Dan Price, 840 Beech street and navmnnrl Hanrnclc. St. Bernice. were admitted to the county hospital SPRY 11b. 25c; 3 lbs. 69c PRESTO WHITE 2 lbs. 19c PALM0LIVES0AP3med.22c GLOSS STARCH 3 lbs. 25c Tuesday as medical cases. SEC0ND1N0 BROS. Universal, Ind. iis Virginia Largent. New Mar 558 N. Eighth St. ket; Dr. C. M. Zink. Mulberry street; Mrs. Elma Warren, Rockville; Mrs. Mary Hanner and baby. Marshall and Mrs. Naomi Becknar. R. 1, Clinton, were dismissed from the county e) Tins Mierior milk V j no more than ordinary jd ;W milk. So us' n VC Clinton Pure Ij IP Milk Ti I I Phone Uvt IMivery 1 T Vmir ior. IVAN SVETKOFF 1201 North 7th Street hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Gladys Hollingsworth of Newport is recovering following an appendectomy at the county hospital in Clinton on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Hollingsworth was admitted to the hospital on Sunday morning. BEAL'S MARKET 328 N. Ninth St. Buy Bonds! Buy Bonds! Get In the Scrap!

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