The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 2, 1944 · Page 5
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Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, November 2, 1944
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tit Thursday, November 2, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONI AN Page Five' AUID A B I LEGGING Thursflav yClass officers and teachers of the SETS WOOLEN DRESSES Coats Sno-Suits Sweaters LOUISE'S First Baptist Churcn council meeting, 7:30 p. m. at the church. Ralene Turner Honored At Hallowe'en Party Recently Jolly Eight Club, Mrs. Frank LOUISE'S Greulich, Ash street, 7:30 p. m Mrs. Raymond Turner entertained with a Halloween party for hei Methodist Church Beginners Enpoy Hallowe'en Party Several members of the beginner's department or the Methodist Church were entertained at a riaskcd Halloween party held recently at the church. Mrs. Clarence WrlKlit assisted by Maltha Jardlne, Mrs. 1'earl Mothers Leisure Club, 7:30 p. in. Mrs. John McLeish will entertain daughter, Ralene, recently at their home on South Fifth street. Some with a Kid Party. FINE ALL WOOL COATS Ladies Auxiliary of One-Half Cen very interesting costumes were dis tury Club meet at the club rooms at played with the prize for the pretti Allison, Mrs. James Smith and Mrs est being awarded to Mary Cather 7:30 p. m. Initiation. Refreshments. Center Home Ec Club, Mrs. Verna YOU'LL ADMIRE OUR STYLES LIKE OUR PRICES Halph Carrol, was hostess for the Conard at 2 p. m. Mrs. Violet Hou- party. P chln, assisting. SIZES 10-20 3S-44 4li-r,2 MISSES AND WOMENS COATS The department was decorated In keeping with the Halloween season. American Legion Auxiliary, Legion Home 8 p. m. Six mothers. Mrs. Smith. Mrs. All! ine Craig, imitating Little Bo Peep. The prize for the most original costume was awarded to Marlene Richmond who was dressed as a fat swing-shift worker. Other contest prizes went to Linda Craft, Patty Lou Howell and Sklp-py Riley. Brown-up prizes were a-warded to Betty Clayball, and Mary son, Mrs. Jack Scott, Mrs. Alice Pe Friday Meeting of the Broullllet Chapter of the DAR at the home of Mrs. W. D. Gerrlsh, 7:30 p. m. Lou Howell. DEB Club, 2 p. m. Mrs. Jennie savento, Mrs. Pollard and Mrs. Car-ral attended the party. Children present were Elaine Allison, Allen Brown, Diane Carey, George Carey, Peggy Lou Morris, Alice Slaals, Penny Lanning, James Smith, Myla Jane Elder, John Wayne Pesavento, Gary Pesavento, Michael Goldner, Peggy Bentley, Sadler Pol Guests attending were Donna Rosb, South Fifth street. Outing Club, 2 p. m., Mrs. E. C. Dick, Elaine Allison, Vera Craft, Linda Craft, Larry Cottrell, Charles 1695 1995 2250 2995 3500 3995 TEEN AGERS COATS Sizes 9-17 ; 14-95 15-95 19.95 22'50 Beautiful Styling See Our Teen-Agers Chesterfields! CHILDRENS COATS Sizes 3-16 8-95 10 95 12 95 14-95 16 95 Boyd, Blackman street. Current Event and Art Club. Mrs. i Cottrell, Frankie White, Betty Lou White, Barbara Coruth, Sandra Bald lard, Sharon Wegner, Pierce Carrol win, Allen Riley, Ann Clayball, Jac kie Richmond, Marlene Richmond and David Berto. Mary Catherine Craig, Patty Lou William Vastblnder, 2 p. m. Instead of with Mrs. Manship. Sunday Kappa Delta Phi Founders Day dinner. 2 p. m. Sunday at Antonini's Restaurant. Call Mrs. Maurice or Mrs. Pierce for reservations. Monday . Miss Normalee Russell of South Howell and Gloria HayBlett of Indl Bend Is visiting her friends, Maudle anapolls. Little Jerry Lee Thomas was unable to attend. and Margaret Russell, 656 North Favors of candy witches and cats Seventh street. i FINE QUALITY were given the children after re freshmentB were served. Woman's Club, 2 p. m. Corinne Mrs. Sophia Anderson is ill at her Hall, South Sixth street. home on Vine street. Those assisting Mrs. Turner were Mrs. Delia Cottrell, Mrs. Thelma Cottrell, Mrs. Mary White, Mrs. Mary Lou Howell and Mrs. Betty Clay 0SRITAL 1 Notice The Clintonlan Wants Tour News. Please Call Miss hear To Report Social News, l'hone 82 or S3. ball. Mrs. Everett Peck Hostess For ABC Club Members Mrs. Paul Foncannon, Rosedale; Mrs. Lewis Marietta, R. 3 Clinton; Mrs. Madonna Lewman and baby, Montezuma and Mrs. Hulda Sollars Members of the ABC Club were entertained at the home of Mrs. Ev SNO-SUITS ; Sizes 3 - 6 - j 1Q 95 ,0 14-95 WARM, DURABLE COAT and LEGGING SETS Sizes 3 to 10 , 10 95 to 24-95 erett Peck at her home on Walnut street Wednesday evening. During the business meeting, Mrs. and baby, R. 3, Clinton, were dismissed from the county hospital Thursday. ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 17 North 7th St. PHONE 184-W PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT Merritt Smith was elected president Mrs. Gladys Hollingsworth of New of the club for the Incoming year and Mrs. Roy Butts, secretary-treasurer. port is reported to be recovering at the Vermillion County Hospital in The members also voted to give a Clinton. donation to the War Fund. Select Your Winter Coat From Such Famous Labels As . . , DONNYBROOK DONNY LA1NE SC COATS YORK MODES All Nationally Known Makes. Mrs. Eaton J. Dudley is reported Following the business session, games were played with Mrs. Charles Straw, Mrs. Dan Burgan and Mrs. to be improving at the St. Elizabeth Hospital in Danville, 111. Mrs. Dudley has been a patient in that hospital for over a week. You'll find a good quality coat and legging set one of Albert Henderson winning the prizes. Delicious refreshments were serv ed. The next meeting will be held in BENEFIT DANCE SNPJ LODGE No. 50 Anniversary Dance At K P HALL North gth Street NOV. 4, 1944 two weeks, the time and place being announced later. the best investments you can make in keeping the little one warm you're really getting two separate garments in one Our quality coat and legging sets are the very best and we are sure you'll find our prices are "ight. ; .1 FBWHS Cpl. and Mrs. Mac Thornton, Uni Mrs. Sperry Entertains Friendly Bunco Club Nine members of the Friendly versal, are the parents of a son born at the Vermillion County Hospital Bunco Club met at the home of Mrs. Sybil Sperry in Fairview Wed Wednesday. The infant weighed six pounds and five ounces and has not been named. nesday evening. I fl, -Ji BEAUTIFUL NEW FALL DRESSES Select From Such Famous Brandy Labels As: CLAIRJgTJFAIXivffi; BOBBY BROOKS, "JO-DEE, NAN CARSON. Missionary to India To Rev. M. L. Ketcnam, missionary recently returned from India, will be the guest speaker at the Assem bly of God Church 223 North Main Street, Sunday, Nov. 5 at 7:30 p. m., it was announced today. Rev. Ketcnam who has spent the Following the business meeting, bunco was played with Mrs. Marson-ne Mott winning bunco; Mrs. Mary Shannon, high, Mrs. Mayme OsborDe. low and Mrs. Josephine Chambers, travel. The next meeting will be held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Margaret Crowder on South Third street. Newport A. L. A. Unit To Be Reorganized All members of the American Legion Auxiliary, Newport post, are urged to attend a re-organlzatlon meeting to be held Thursday, Nov. 2, at 7 p. m. in the Legion hall a-bove the post office. New members are needed by the auxiliary it was announced.and anyone interested in becoming a member is invited to attend the meet FRIST I HOmel 3 niGHT past several years In Indiana, fill speak on recent happenings in that country, and will also show colored moving pictures of missionary work there. OUR SIZE RANGE IS WIDE 9-17 12-20 38-52 6-95to22-50 Former County Editor Speaks at Stock Meeting Governor Henry F. Schricker paid tribute to a champion hog producer, Warren Holsapple of OrleanB, at a dinner given at Mitchell, Ind., Tuesday, by the Mitchell Rotary Club. ing. I In order to he eligible for membership in the Legion Auxiliary, it. is necessary that you are either a wife, sister or mother of a World War One or Two veteran. SWEATERS CLINTON'S LARGEST QUALITY SELECTION In All of the Wanted Colors Select From Cardigans and Slipovers 2-99 3.S9 4.95 5-95 and 7.5O Nationally Known Regina and Ritmor Brands YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO USE OUR LAY-AWAY j PLAN ; No Extra Charge For This Convenience! I FISH FEY and ENTERTAINMENT Gov. Schricker presented Mr. Holsapple with a gold medal for pork production awarded by the Breeder's Gazette, national livestock magazine. In his championship achievement, Mr. Holsapple raised four ton-litters of pigs, all sired by one boar. The pigs weighed a total of 8,712 pounds in five and a fourth months. Mr. Holsapple's daughter, Maralyn, 16, won a first and third prize with two of the litters of pigs at the Hoosier Ton Litter Show in Indianapolis. His son, John, 13, won a first and sixth at the same show with two other litters. Paul Kinney, editor of Breeder's Gazette and former editor of the Hoosier State, explained that the purebred Berkshire boar which had sired the pigs cost only J100. Professor John W. Schwab of Purdue University pointed out the importance of ton-litter hog shows. Indianapolis stockyards officials report that the type, quality and finish of the hogs coming to their market has been greatly improved since the first ton-litter show was held in 1936. FOR- EAGLES, THEIR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS IN YOUR SALE ON 1 00 DRESSES FRIDAY and SAT URDAY ONLY NEW CLUB ROOMS SAT. NIGHT, NOV. 4 ALL GO AT ONLY X . -T-... I I f We're putting 100 dresses on sale Friday and Saturday. Many famous labels in the group You can't afford to pass this opportunity up to replenish your dress wardrobe at a great savings. American Beauty Shop Vera Mae Black 812 8. Main Phone 69 - Am h r Specialized Hair StyUng Permanent Waves Open Evenings ICE REFRIGERATION I!s BEST BECAUSE: It's the Most Economical Way to Keep Foods Frenh! SIZES 9-17 10-52 Dresses That Formerly Sold For $7.95 $8.95 $9.95 $10.95 THE Modern lcs refrigerator Is be THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR STYLE AND QUALITY. GET BOTH AT iiCcJX YOU'LL I ''O "rri AGREE S ; L-jpZ that our 5 'iffyS HOMEMADE i chili S ; Is Good autiful In appearance and Is, hi many ways, superior to any other refrigerator in efficiency. A cake of ice lasts 4 to 6 days. The original cost is very low when compared with others. It never wears out or breaks down. No wonder more and more people are turning to ice. HOSIERY Beautiful! Sheer! PARIS HOSE 94c - 96c yori.ii ROBES- BEAUTIFUL! NEW! CHENILLE VELVA FLEECE 8-95 to16-95 VISIT OUR LARGE INFANTS DEPT. EVERYTHING FOR BABY IKE Pi Come In, See the Refrigerator. Let Ts Prove That It is Best! OCR HOMEMADE PIES French Fries, Sandwiches, Coffee, Ice Cream, Soft Drinks SPEED GRILL DRIVE-IN Ttorth Main Street J visiuc. Seamless HOSE 2 Pr. 89c CLINTON ICE CO. WWWWrWrWVWWMW

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