The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on October 31, 1944 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Tuesday, October 31, 1944
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V Pagu THre THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Tuesday, October 31, 1944. " was admitted to the county hospital Monday as a loimiWctomy case. Michael Itiso, 1)55 Klin street, was admitted to the county hospital Monday as a surgical case. fi 0SPJTAL VotU d Clinton Social Notes Imported by Air Measured in terms of value, 8 per cent of all materials imported by the United States in 1943 came by air. Township Farm Bureau Votes $10 to War Fund The Clinton Township Kami Bureau meeting was held Friday evening at the Crompton Hill school. During the business meeting, $10 was voted to the War Fund Drive and 15 to the maintenance of the Club Mobile which was bought and Is being sponsored by the Associated Farm Women of American. A moving picture on the care of chickens and eggs was presented by David Murray. Refreshments were served and a special number was given by Doris Wright accompanied by her sister, Martha Jane Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hess of Centenary and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Parents of Montezuma attended the football game at Champaign, 111. Mrs. Clara Marietta, Dlanford and Betty Beatty, R. 1, Clinton, were admitted to the county hospital Friday as medical cases. Mrs. Florence Dodson, Newport, was admitted to the county hospital Saturday as a surgical case. Larry Hlnshaw, Bloomlngdale, was admitted to the county hospital Saturday as a medical case. Mrs. Hattle Amatl, 660 Vine street, was admitted to the county hospital Sunday as a medical case. Mrs. Elolsn Conn, It. 3, Clinton, Tuesday Golden Star Club, chicken supper, 7 p. m. at the Fox home. Fortnightly Club, Miss Agnes Mc-Glnty, South Fifth street, 8 p. m. Wednesday Wednesday Embroidery Club, Mrs. H. E. Van Duyn, 2:30 p. in. Falrvlew Home Ec Club, family night, 7:30 p. m. at the school. Each to bring pie or cookies and own ta-bl servfc6, ABC Club, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Everett Peck, 324 Walnut street. Tempus Fuglt, B. I. Pavey, 734 Walnut street, Mrs. Lawrence Dempster, 7:80 p. m. Btltch-in-Tlme Club, 1:80 p. m. Mrs. Ruth Halsey, South Third American Beauty onop Vera Mae Black 812 8. Main Phone 9 HH-ciuli'(l Hair Styling Permanent Waves Open Evening per. Music was furnished throughout the evening. Twenty-six guests were present. The couple received many beautiful wedding gifts among them being a plaque presented by Mrs. Balrd at the reception. Mrs. Marks, well-known In church and social affairs, has been employed at the office of Dr. Zlnk for a number of years. The groom, is at present working as a presser at Olmstead Cleaners where he has been employed for the past two years. He Is a veteran of World War I. The newly married couple are making their home In the Bennett Apartments at Fourth and Elm streets. Mrs. Ross Entertains For DEB Hallowe'en Party Six members and eight guests of the DEB Club held their Halloween party last night with Mrs. Jennie Ross. Contests were enjoyed with Mrs. Rovine Eaton, Mrs. Mary Lou Howell, and Mrs. Mary Osmon winning the prizes. Dancing was enjoyed throughout the evening after which refreshments were served. Guests attending were Mrs. Anna Hlatt, Miss Barbara Cannady, Mrs. Dorothy Peck, Mrs. Mary Lou Howell, Mrs. Mary Shannon, Mrs. Abble Baker, Mrs. Jane Brannock and Mrs. Mary Osmon. - Members attending were Mrs. Margaret Crowder, Mrs. Rovine Eaton, Mrs. Maxine Turner, Mrs. Edna Dug-ger, Mrs. Jesse Richmond and Mrs. Ross. Two members, Mrs. Evalyn Kelley and Mrs. Louise Conners were unable to attend. Mrs. Ross will be hostess for the regular meeting to RE-ELECT Edbert P. Zell YOUR Prosecuting Attorney REPUBLICAN TICKET Mr. and Mrs. Darreli Sollars, R. 3r Clinton, are the parents of a daughter born at the county hospital Sunday. The Infant weighed eight pounds and eight ounces and has been named Judith Ann. Mr. and Mrs. David West, New Goshen, are the parents of a daughter born at the county hoHpltal Tuesday. The infant weighed six pounds and 16 ounces and lias not been named. Charles-Marks Vows Heard at Christian Church Saturday Kevemty-Klve (Jurats Attend Tiurch Ceremonlm Hal unlay Kvraliig. Reception Held At Home of Ilrkle' Slitter In an Impressive single ring ceremony performed Saturday evening at 8 p. m. In the First Christian Church, Clinton, MIbs Mary Charles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Charles, 619 Nebeker street, became the bride of Joe B. MarUs, son of A. J. Marks of Blcknell, Ind. Rev. L. F DePols-ter read the vows for the ceremony. Attendants at the wedding were the two sisters of the bride, Mrs. D. O. Lyons, and Mrs. Claude Baird; the bride's brother-in-law, D. O. Lyons and nephew, Charles H. Balrd of Chicago, 111. Claude Baird was unable to attend the ceremony, Mrs. Lowry played the bridal music. Her selections were "Remember Me" and "Whispering." The bride, given In marriage by her father before an altar decorated with white chrysanthemums, snapdragons, and a mixed bouquet, was attired In an aqua blue crepe, street length dress, with white and blue accessories. Her hat was of blue felt trimmed in light blue ostrich feather. Sbe wore corsage of white gardenias. Mrs. Charles, mother of the bride, was attired In a black and white street length 'dress with a corsage of white carnations. Mrs. Baird wore a gold crepe street length dress with green accessories. Her corsage was of pink carnations. Mrs. Lyons was attired in a dress similar to Mrs. Baird's with maroon accessories and her corsage was also of pink carnations. ' Approximately seventy-five guests attended the wedding at the church. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of Mrs. Balrd on Walnut street for the immediate families and close friends. Three large wedding cakes were served at the buffet style sup- ROBEETA'S BEAUTY SHOP 187 North 7th St. PHONE 184-W PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT Opening For SALES LADY EXPERIENCE In Retail Selling Preferred HTEAVY EMI'LOVME.VT Apply At - LOUISE, Inc. Phone 757 COTTOX SHIRTS Sc INFANTS' HI.VKKKH 83c TRAINING PANTS SMe DIAI'KIt BAiS 4ttc 5"- 2T Visit Our Infants Department my ' Evans-Simpson Vows Saturday Evening Mrs. Margaret Grivet Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grivet of Clinton and Elisha Simpson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Simpson of Bedford, Ind. were united In marriage at the First Prr l-yterian Church Saturday evening at 0 : 30 p. m. with Rev Llnberg reading the vows. The single ring ceremuny was used. Mrs. Martin J. Tonner was the bride's attendant. Th bride was attired In a light wool suit with Navy blue accessories. Her corsage was of American Beauty roses. Mrs. Simpson attended Clinton High School and the groom was graduated from the Tunnelton High School and Is also a graduate of Danville Teachers College. He taught at Ft. Fltner for several years and is now employed at the Stran Steel Co. In Terre Haute. The couple was honored at a wedding dinner given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yowell. A large three-tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom, was served. The table was decorated in pink and white with a beautiful bouquet of pink tearoses as the centerpiece. Guests attending the wedding dinner were Mr. and Mrs. William Yowell and daughter, Ruth Ann, Patricia Jo, Barbara Jean and Bertha Ann Evans, Robert and Everett Wayne Yowell. The newly married couple are residing at 1205 South Eighth street at present. Presbyterian Church Class Holds Hallowe'en Party Momhpra nf the Young Peoples Class of the PreBbyterlan Church en joyed a masked Halloween party Monday evening. Many different and Interesting costumes were seen at the party. Games were enjoyed In the dining room which was decorated in the form of a ship with forms of life savers on each side and the American Flag In the middle. Refreshments were served on a long table decorated In keeping with the Halloween season. ThnR nresent were Helen and Gladys Bodnar, Joan and Barbara Christopher, Dorothy and Meaner Llnberg, Tam Thomson, Donald Austin, James Trosper, Rosemary Stultz, Betty Trosper, Norma Jean yavls, Helen Elliott, Clarice Waldrop, No-reen Howe, Norma Jean Sweazy, Mary Irene Kennedy, Rev. R. C. Llnberg. Opal Nevlns, Martha Louise Reed, Ruth Holechko, Charlotte Reed and guests, Mrs. Hillhouse and Mrs. Muir. Mickey Holechko Observes 2nd Birthday Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Mike Holechko, Jr. of 1202 North Seventh street entertained last Wednesday evening with a birthday party honoring the second birthday of their son, Mickey Lee Holechko. The table was centered with a large lighted birthday cake and the table was decorated In Halloween colors. Those present were Joyce Hodson and Richard Beavers of Rosedale, Linda Lou Lark. Raylene Short. Bas il and Quentln Ave, Paulctte Os borne. Mike Cloyd. I'aulette ana Billy Grimm, Elmer Guerrl. George Allen Mattsev. Carmellta Ricauda. Lin da Jo and Glenda Dirbas, Frankie and Betty Whilte and the honored guest. RpfrMhments were served and Mickey Lee received several nice gifts. Seventeen Members Attend Universal Bunco Club Meet Mrs. Thelina Lawsoa entertained seventeen members and one guest, Mrs. Bert Cox, of the Happy Hour Bunco Club at the Halloween party held at the Universal recreation hall Monday evening. Bunco was played with prizes going to Mrs. Leatha Cole bunco; Mrs. Cox, high; Mrs. Mary Ambro, low; and Mrs. Bessie Himms. travel. The next meeting will be held at the hall Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Giacherlo and children -of Centenary and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Holden of St. Henilce spent Sunday in Indianapolis visiting relatives. Charles H. Balrd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Balrd, who Is attending the Coyne Electric School In Chicago, III. is spending a few days with his parents. FRIST FUNERAL NOME DAY OR NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE PHOtO IO 01 Keep Them Jf&p REVERSIBLES mMWl In Woolen Fleeces l"" I or Corduroys XZ) WtWp $7-95 rt3Sb tSFJj $16-50 liwi k-? just lught For Lfl -ps The Entire Winter K ' Vl jf 13? mii'!w JAGKET SWEATER W Vtnlk )ff Water Repellent on aiu;vi.k v-XKrn- . ! e4 1 the Outside and a Pile Meeveirw with sleeve I ' I I Lining on the Inside. $3.95 ' $10'95 $15'00 T" - UiiSr MOTHERS-we know 'jfiT , ,,' fu-i, how much you worry V -'A P " ,J .' i: r JK about your sons when X': I f. h A they attend football WjtffiJLZP 1 '"V y games in freezing )S v . weather. How you A '$Y 'V Q wonder whether they , -ryJ will be in bed the next l i , 1 i' day with a cold or not. ' ' x You can stop this wor- fzrL V - 'j ' '- J'Sr ry f yu buy tnem a v-rC r 'VW fleece lined fur collar- i" I Him M mm street. Parke Home Ec Club, Mrs. Josephine Clarette, 2018, West 12th street, Terre Haute, Mrs. Margaret Modesitt. Mrs. Mary Nardi, and Mrs. D. V. Cottrell will be assistant hostesses. Covered dish luncheon. Friendly Bunco Club, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Sybil Sperry, Fairview. Women's Relief Corps, 2 p. m. at the hall. Inspection to be held. Thursaav Circle 1, WSCS, Mrs. Ira Church. 2 p. m. Missionary Society of First Christian Church meet at the church basement at 2:30 p. m. Center Home Ec Club, Mrs. Verna Conard at 2 p. m. Mrs. Violet Hou-chln, assisting. American Legion Auxiliary, Legion Home 8 p. m. Ladles Furnishing Society of the Presbyterian Church, 2:30 p. m. at the church. Friday Current Event and Art Club. Mrs. William Vastblnder, 2 p. m. Instead of with Mrs. MansUp. Former Dana Resident Weds In Ceremonies At Detroit Dana residents have received word of the recent marriage of Miss Mar-Jorle Swearlngen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Swearlngen, former residents north of Dana, now of Mil-ford, Ind. and Kenneth Krisher of Detroit, Mich. The marriage was solemnized Friday, October 20 at 8 p. m. at the Presbyterian Church In Detroit. Mrs. Krisher Is a graduate of Dana High School. Attendants were Mrs. Harold Loss-ing, sister of the bride and James Bird of Detroit. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Crowell of Detroit. A dinner was given the following Saturday in honor of the bride and groom by the bride's parents. Following a few days wedding tin tn ihp.nBn. the newly married couple will return to Detroit where Mr. Krisher Is employed as lime Study Engineer at the American Blower Company. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hunt of Indianapolis visited with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hess and family of Centenary Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Gentina and Louis Perlno were also guests at the dinner given at the home of Mrs. Bria, Sunday. NEW MERCHANDISE JUST ARRIVED IN OUR STORE MATCHED SETS Durable Army Cloth. M Khaki Color. ) MEN'S OUTDOOR SHIRTS Warm durable - hb Wool. Gay plaids. 4.S3 PAY DAY DENIM JACKETS Heavy long wearing den-M gQ Im. 60 wool lined. sts3 BOYS SWEATERS Plaid front with plain sleeves and back. Coat a AH style. ALL WOOL KNIT FASCINATORS M9 .nd I.S3 NEW! WOMEN'S DICKIES Fine rayon fabric. Styles AA for all necklines. IsSsJ WOMEN'S RAYON SCARFS Lovely rayon nlnon with Qff pastel floral designs. LUCITE PICTURE FRAMES Lucite is elear. lightweight I f Q Novelty shapes. sxlO. I si 3 SMALLEK 5-T" 7te WOMEN'S SLACK SUITS Smart new styles. Check pants and front waist with n f contrasting plain trim. ! WOMEN'S RAINCOATS Fine quality gabardine Boi style with split tall. Fully e CI lined. be held Friday at 2 p. m. Jivin Janes Have Guests At Recent Hallowe'en Party Miss Dorothy Helen Gulnn entertained the Jivin Janes and their guests at a Halloween party given at her home on South Fifth street recently. After passing through the torture chamber, everyone unmasked, and Betty Gray received the prize for the funniest costume and Dorothy Snow-berry for the prettiest. Games were played with prizes going to Juanlta Jackson and Helen Brunio. Refreshments were served followed by dancing. Those present were Misses Norma Jeane Bonomo. Helen runlo, Marlon Nelson, Helen Edler, Betty Gray, Mary Ann McGaftney, Patty Guinn, Margaret Maden, Helen Louise Hope, Shirley Cottrell, Juanlta Jackson, Dorothy Craft, Dorothy Snowberry, Normalee Konopka and the hostess. Notice! The CUntonlaa Wants Tour New. Please Call MIm Lear To Report Social News. Fboaa S3 or 88. " FROM SMALL BEGINNINGS RUBBER TEETH ERS Hard Rubber 25c WATER BOTTLE In Gift Box 49c LL'CITE HANGERS Etched Design 98c INFANTS BIBS Cotton Knit 15c Bl'GGY MATTRESS Novelty Patterns 1.32 INFANTS BOOTEES 49c and 69c FEEDING SET Cup, Spoon, Dish 59c GAUZE DIAPERS L78 Dozen 4 ,:,) V mmm-? I klA V Jifr OVERCOATS' : MWf FINCERTIPS PLAID SHIRT &fjj?p J$J$!w In Fleece and Tweeds Or Plain Colors 1 J ,(g iff. OVERCOATS 2-12 $4.39 $i5 FINGERTIPS 4-20 to HATS --HELMETS A Wide Range For CHENILLE SACQUES Soft, Warm 49c INFANTS DRESSES Batiste L19 LOVELY SHAWLS Embroidered 2.98 INFANTS SHAWLS Fink and White 1.49 KNITTED TAMS Soft Cotton 25c INFANTS ANKLETS White, Colors 19c BLANKET FASTENERS Novelty Design 98c NEW RATTLERS 25c and 49c ' SCAKKS - - KAUVUUAra tuvery niree, i gyr; J :j f CAPS - - GLOVES 1 ia ACl-MDI A T T ' C

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