The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on October 30, 1944 · Page 3
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October 30, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Pagu TLrea THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Monday, October 30, 1944. . . . . ci Aha Bern. R. 2. ClllltOU llUS le- t..uri hi,! lining from tlie Union American iseamy ohujj i Vera Mae Black uDr,ii.ji Turrp Hmite and is improv 312 S. Main l'hone 0 . ing. He waB injured Tuesday, Oct. j Clinton Social Notes a Specialized Hair Styling x JVrmuiient Wuves Onen ICveulnan 24, in a slate fall at tne Dresser Mine west of West Terre Haute and was taken to the hospital where he received treatment. I'm Sure I Paid that Bill But I Can't Find My Receipt J Miss Patricia Ann Hennls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gail Henuis of Blackman Street left Sunday for West Lafayette, Ind., where she will enter Purdue University for her senior year. Miss Sally Hain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hain of South Fifth Street, will Icavo Tuesday to enter the University for sophomore year. Mrs. Paul A. Rennet or Akron, O. Is visiting relatives and friends In Clinton. She was a Sunday dinner guest of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Campbell. Her husband la a mail carrier In New Guinea. She was the former Mildred Campbell of this city. BANQI KT AT ST. BKHNKTO The St. Bernlce P. T. A. will sponsor a banquet to be held in the High Schcc! Cy cn Vcdncsday evening at 7:30 p. m. honoring the St. Bernlce baseball team. This team recently won the County Championship. An interesting program has been planned for the occasion. m m m Gl ESTS AT ROIXJEIW HOME - Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aronld Rodgers were Mr. and MrB. Everett Meeker, Mrs. Mary Jane Meeker, Miss Alda Lou McCal- Octette Members Meet At Pittenger Home Friday Mrs. Uva Pittenper entertained the members of the Octette Club at her home Friday with a noon luncheon. The business meeting was held with Mia. Uu roth y Hild reading the minutes. 'The monthly drawing was held with Mrs. Louise 1'etak winning. Following the business meeting, bunco was played with pri7.es going to Mrs. Mury Kimble, high; Mrs. Louise Pctuk bunco and travel; and Mrs. Helen Heurork, low. Members attending were Mrs. Hoa-cork, Mrs. Julia liutrield, Mrs. Hild, Mrs. Petuk, Mrs. Mildred Holllngs-worth, Mrs. Marion Southard, Mrs. , Kimble and the hostess. The next meeting will be held No-vember 10, time and place being announced later. Monday DEB Club, Halloween Party, Mrs. Jennie Ross, South Fifth street. Each member bring a guest. Tuesday Alpha Club, Mrs. Archie Carml-chael, 2 p. m. Halloween Party for the beginners department of the Methodist Church, 3 p. m. at the church. Come masked. Golden Star Club, chicken supper, 7 p. m. at the Fox home. Fortnightly Club, Miss Agnes Mc-Glnty. South Fifth street, 8 p. m. Tri Kappa meeting, 6 p. m. Half Century Club. Bring table service for two, prizes and fruit. If unable to come call 654- Wednesday Tempus Fugit, B. I. Pavey. 734 Walnut street, Mrs. Lawrence Dempster, 7:30 p. m. Stitch-in-Time Club, 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Ruth Halsey, South Third street. Parke Home Ec Club, Mrs. Josephine Clarette, 2016, West 12th street, Terre Haute, Mrs. Margaret Modesltt. Mrs. Mary Nardi, and Mrs. D. V. Cottrell will be assistant hostesses. Martins Honor Daughter At Miscellaneous Shower A miscellaneous shower was given in honor of Mrs. Evelyn Martin Joyce honor of Mrs. Evelyn Martin Joyce Friday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Martin. Those attending were MrB. Mar-sonne Mott, Mrs. Lettie Fellows. Mrs. Doris Drake, Mrs. Jessie marketer. Mrs. Phoebe Doughty. Mrs. Fame Eberwlne, Mrs. Oils Peck, Mrs. Corlnne Buetta. Mrs. Dallas Ikerd. Mrs. Vina Murtin, Mr. Kallierine Akers, MrB. Edith Kelly, Mrs. Madge Oliver, Mrs. Parke Phillips. Mrs. Alice Smith, Misses Alice Mae Drake. Lenore Beltrame. Bettle Dlrker, and Maxine Christopher. Regrets were received from several friends. Contests were played and prizes were awarded to Miss Bettie Dirker and Mrs. Doris Drake. The winners presented their gifts to Mrs. Joyce. Refreshments of ice cream, cake and coffee were Berved, and a social time was enjoyed by all. The honored guest received a beautiful Australian colored sheepskin mat from her brother, James R., who Is now stationed in New Guinea. Mrs. Corlnne Hall has returned to her home on South Sixtli Street after spending the past week visiting Miss Wilma Scrivener in Lexington, Ky. NO WORRIES FROM LOST RECEIPTS WHEN YOU PAY BILLS WITH BANK MONEY ORDERS Mickey Moore Feted At Combined Party Sunday Afternoon JSirtliilay Party and Wiener Koat Held at MeUJll Home (hi North HeKlltll Street. Out-of-town iue(a Allenil. Mis. Dale McOIll entertained Sun-duy afternoon from 2 to 4 p. m. at a birthday party and wiener roast In honor of her daughter, Mickey Sharon Moore's sixth birthday, at her home at 137 North Seventh street. Games were enjoyed by the young guests, with the prize in the horseshoe game going to Dickie Schelsky, and I lie prize in the donkey contest going to Robert Myer. Following the games a wiener and marsliuiallow roast was enjoyed. Ice cream and cake were served as dessert. Mickey's grandmother, Mrs. Carl Lentz, presented her with a large bouquet of red roses, used as a centerpiece for the table, and the birthday cake, decorated with six candles, was given to her by Mrs. Grover Fowler. Favors were given to the children present. Those present were Elizabeth Dou-dy, Ann Gerrish, Carole Lee Hugg, Nancy and Janet Wisnlskie, Gloria Lee McCurdy, Robert Myer, Kenny Dale Jared, Dickie Schelsky, Betty Imogene Toney, Marjie Martin, Larry Wheaton, Marna Costello, the hostess and the honor guest., ' ), . .. Out of town guests included Mrs. Ina Lee, of Paris, 111., Mrs. Carl Lentz, Mrs. Irma Toney, and Clyde Hollingsworth, all of Blanford. 596 Covered dish luncheon. Friendly Bunco Club, 7:30 p. m. Notice! The Clintonian Want Tour News. Please Call Miss Lear To Report Social News, l'hone 88 or 8. Mrs. Sybil Sperry, Fairvlew. . Women's Relief Corps, 2 p. m. at the hall. Inspection to be held. I hp S96 Thursaav Circle 1, WSCS, Mrs. Ira Church, 2 p. m. Missionary Society of First Chris E Pro Pfc. and Mrs. Ralph Montgomery, Montezuma, are the parents of a son born at the Vermillion County Hospi tian Church meet at the church base ment at 2:30 p. m. In addition to your receipt, there ore permanent records at our bank. ister all of Danville, 111., Miss Ruby Meeker, Greencastle and Cpl. Everett Meeker of Camp Stewart, Ga. Miss Mary Bowman has returned to her home in Washington, Ind. after spending Beveral days with her sisters, Mrs. George Holliway and Mrs. Edith Lechner. Mrs. Lechner has been ill for some time but is now improving at the home of her son, James Lechner of St. Bernlce. Mrs. Evelyn Martin Joyce has returned to Kokomo, Ind. to resume her work after spending six months with her husband, Ensign Joe Joyce at Santa Ana, Calif. He is now somewhere in the South Pacific. Mrs. Alice Smith has returned to her home at Kokomo, Ind. after spending two months with her daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Martin and friends. Opening For SALES LADY EXPERIENCE In Retail Selling Preferred BTEAPY EMPLOYMENT Apply At LOUISE, Inc. tal Friday. The infant weighed sev Hallowe'en Party Held At Vrabic Home Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Vrabic of South Sixth street entertained with a Halloween party at their home Saturday evening. The house was decorated in keeping with Halloween and delicious refreshments were served. Those Dresent were Mr. and Mrs. KATES $ .01 fc 1 H) - 10c KlO.Ol to lit 14.-i.00 - IBc 25.01 to 50.00 -IH30.01 to HUOO.OO - !45e Kacli Additional $50.00 - 10c John Tuberosa, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Our Bank Money Orders cost you less whea you want to send money out of town . . . also they're being used in ever increasing volume for paying local bills instead of by currency. They're inexpensive, they save time and effort, and they're doubly safe. When paying your next bills, use our ' Bank Money Orders.1 en pounds and eleven ounces and haB been named Michael Dee. Mrs. Montgomery is the former Miss Betty Gene Presslor. Cpl. and Mrs. Edward Hardie, 1045 Walnut Street, are the parents of a son born at the county hospital Thursday. The infant weighed seven pounds and eight ounces and has been named Edward Rex. Mrs. Hardie 1b the former Miss Martha Jane AnBtead. Cpl. Hardie is now stationed In France with the United States Army. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Huffman, R. 2, Clinton are the parents of a daughter born at the home, Wednesday, Oct. 25. The infant haB been named Chey! Sue. Additional Social on Page 6 Nick Rodeghiero, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Varda, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Novella, Mr. and Mrs. Fellcie Tuberosa and rianehter. Mr. and Mrs. John Tubero sa, Jr., and daughters. Joe Evans, "LAST SEASON" GARMENTS CAN LOOK NEW IF YOU HAVE THEM DRY-CLEANED AT Mr. and Mrs. Ted Evans, Mr. ana Mrs. Bob Evans, Mike Beaty, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cassidy, Ruth Alexander and Mr. and Mrs. Linus Evans. fitonhMi Ttenn and Charles Gene Meschln, Newport, were admitted to Mr. and Mrs. Sol Mischler of Summit Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur nhnrrh and daughters. Myrtle Lee THE CITIZENS STATE BANK OF NEWPORT, IND. and Marian were guests of Mr. and steads the county hospital Tnursuay as medical cases. William C. Lewis, North Main street; Mrs. Emma Nickle, Dana and Mrs. Reba Swaim and baby, Rock-ville, were dismissed from the county hospital Sunday. Mrs. Lois Luft, South Fifth street, was dismissed from the county hospital Saturday., ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 North 7th St. PHONE 184-W PERMANENTS CIVEN AT NIGHT Mrs. Everett Helms and family Bun-day afternoon and evening. Joe Airola, 1308 North Ninth street, was a Sunday dinner guest at the hpme of Mrs. Mary Bria of Vine street. A UTTCC ITTEK- CLINTON BRANCH, Clinton, Ind. si 220 Elm St. Phone 129 '' " ' " r ' , ' ''''"'' ill LI I k I n ( ( kk This outstanding and lovely ?. I V I IN K V J V old home is now filled with ' ?' Large 2 Pc. Suites in Fine Covers. All Spring Construction. $1 QQ.50 ' ') "7 ' $ as w as jov FURN TURE - -cj ; I LOUNGE CHAIRS with springs $39.50 and Up I UllllllUlii- , , f " -Mt.., r;T--r - i DINING ROOM . coSLN M kMmm Drop Leaf Extensions With Matching Chairs In .Walnut or Mahogany Matching Break-Front Buffet - Mahogany $79.50 WE INVITE AND - "n.fmJlJ i I f-J ' WELCOME YOU. , - fa" l " . BEDROOM YOU CAN ALWAYS SAVE MONEY We Have Bedroom Suites Both Modern And 18th Cen- AA p . $OIQ50 tury In Walnut, Mahogany And Lime Oak or Maple. dJjy.OUW LJ',U priced from Most of the Odd Pieces You Have1 Found Difficult to Get - WE HAVE mstshS&ftA II FURNITURE HOME 313 HOWARD AVE. Phone 380-R LIBERAL TRADE-IN" ALLOWANCES ON OLD FURNITURE TERMS ARE AVAILABLE OPEN EVENINGS Until 9:00 O'clock SUNDAYS, 2 P. M. Until 8 P. M. ROCKVILLE, INDIANA '4

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