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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Page Three THE DAILY CLINTONIAN V Friday, November 3, 1944. ( Clinton Social Notes Notice! The Clintoniaa Want Tour News. Please Call Miss lr To Report Social Ken. Phoae 89 or SS. Germans Driven From Gun Posts Inside Flushing Willing Worker Members Enjoy Noon Lunchecn BENEFIT DANCE SNPJLODGENo.50 Anniversary Dance At K P HALL Xorth 9ih Street NOV. 4, 1944 T:80 P. M. QA L D API Friday Meeting of the Brouilllet Chapter of the DAR at the home of Mrs. W. D. Gerrish, 7:30 p. m. Sunday Kappa Delta Phi Founders Day dinner. 2 p. m. Sunday at Antonini's Restaurant. Call Mrs. Maurice or Mrs. Pierce for reservations. Monday Minnehaha- at the hall. 7:30 p.m. Wakofe Club - Clinton Hotel basement at 7:30 p. m. Each member Mrs. Cora Runyan was hostess for the members of the Willing Workers (Con tinned From Page li Class of the First Methodist Church of Fairview which met at her home ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 -North Till St. PHOXK 1K4-W FF.R.MANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT for a covered dish luncheon recently The usual business meeting was held following the dinner. that BiUish patrols have carried out landing operations on North Ueve-land Island near Walcheren and captured 259 prisoners.) General Eisenhower's c men announced that all of Flushing now has been freed of the Germans ex During the social meeting, games Moose Women Organize New Clinton Chapter Sixty-Hire Local Women KnUT Moose Auxiliary; Terre Haute Ctiafrter Conduct Installation Ceremonies Initiation and installation services for sixty-three candidates of the newly organized chapter So. 728, Women of the Moose were held Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m. at the Moose Lodge on Blackman street. Sixty-six officers and members of the Terre Haute Chapter of the Wo- and contests were played and Mrs. please bring sofa pillow. am Lulu Pavey and Mrs. Blanche Rey Woman's Club. 2 p. m. Corinue; nolds gave a skit, "Going to the Hall, South Sixth street. letup along the American-held Mark river bridgehead where enemy artillery butteries si altered an important bridge spanning the stream. Nazi commanders declared the village of Arnemuiden an open city and. because of the presence of hospital facilities there, the Allies honored the declaration, Eisenhower's spokesmen said. First Army iM-ives into Forest These sources made no additional report oil iie progress of the First Army in its drhe toward Cologne from the region southeast of Aachen, but earlier in the day official sources announced that the JJout?hlny were surging deeper into the Reich, delivering renewed blows to follow up yesterday's initial surprise attack. A Reuter front dispatch reported continued progress in the drive which already has carried the Yanks more than two miles forward and quoted a headquarters announcement which said the First Army now has taken more than 200.000 prisoners since D-I)ay, the greatest number captured by any Allied army.) ttt St il feiiing KeMNtance The Yanks commanded by Lieut. Gen. Coutrney 11. Hodges encountered stiffening German resistance as they smashed up to Hurtgen after capturing the towns of Vossenack and Genneter. British and American forces some 40 miles northwest of Aachen simultaneously pushed forward in the direction of Veiilo, on the Dutch-German frontier, moving forward to Mei- Tuesday American Legion Auxiliary Bunco Polls". Mrs. Runyan won the contest prize. Those present were Mrs. Anna Lewis. Mrs. Anna Lunger. Mrs. Anna Club -meet In basement of Clinton Hotel due to election board at Legion Home. Shepherd. Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Jennie Dean. Mrs. Pavey, Mrs. Addie Hun i men of the lloose, in formal attire. ! were nresent. Michael Shannon of North Sixth ter. Mrs. Rosie Smith, Mrs. Charlotte Dixon. Mrs. Carrie Harrison, Mrs. Mary Gibson, Mrs. Edith Cline. Mrs. Kate Prulhiere. Mrs. Myrtle Adams. Mrs. Lily Godwin and guests. Rev. Initiation of the candidates was In street, was admitted to the ermu-lion County Hospital as a medical case Friday. charge of the officers of Terre Haute and installation of the local officers was conducted by the College Re cept for small detachments of snipers clinging to a few isolated outposts. Other Commando units pressing one fork of a dual drive from the Westkapelle area at the western lip of the island drove along the southwestern shore to within 3.000 or 4.U00 yards of Flushing to help snap a trap around the few Germans remaining and larger units attempting to flee northward. liritiJi Hold Causeway British troops, helping to trap the retreating Nazis, firmly established themselves along the western end of the three-quarter mile long causeway linking Walcheren with South Beveland Island. On the mainland, toughened Canadian veterans forced a new crossing of the mark river south of the Alaas not far from the village of Ooster-hout. Heavy fighting flared without Mrs. Charles Huxford of Parke County has gone to Toledo. Ohio and Detroit, Mich, to visit relatives and friends. Godwin and Mr. Dixon. Mrs. Rosie Smith will be hostess for the Dec. 7 meeting. Fairview Home Ec Club Entertains At Recent Party Members of the Fairview Home gion. Local candidates being installed were Mrs. Sarah Guinn, Junior Graduate Regent; Mrs. Stasia Corcoran, Senior Regent; Mrs. Florence Jackson, Junior Regent; Mrs. Artie Sturgeon. Chaplain; Mrs. Betty Phillips, recorder; Mrs. Elizabeth Kendall, treasurer; Mrs. Ruby Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peck and son. Jimmy Gene of Peoria, 111. were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Luce Wednesday. Throw Tour Scrap into the Flghtl guide; Mrs. Lucy Doolin, assistant guide; Mrs. Katherine Dirker, sentinel; Mrs. Lucille Kraft, argus. Escorts appointed for the coming year Irene Groves, uevena irnaney Cbristine Costa, Mary Phillips, Betty1 CLOTHES buying this year is a mighty important responsibility. Let us help you in the selection of the right suit for you . . . one which guarantees expert fit, durability and quality in styling and fabrics. You'll find the suit of your choice in our store. Wise INVESTMENT in GOOD Appearance! Lou Shew, Joan Rodich, Gladys Yow- ell and Margaret Simpson. WE ARE DOING IT AGAIN Members appointed to serve on the various committees were Mary-Lear, publicity; Maria Lapworth, soc- For The Benefit Of Those Who Were To Late Last Saturday t families with a Halloween party in Economics Club entertained their the school house Wednesday evening. The room was attractively decorated in keeping with Halloween. Games and contests were enjoyed throughout the evening with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Fern Brown, Shirley Weber and Charles Walker. Candy favors were given to the children and refreshments of pie, cookies coffee and cocoa were served. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, Mrs. Roscoe Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Angellne Walker and son, Charles, Mrs. Janet Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Brown and daughters, Virginia and Roberta, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weber and daughter. Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Prulhiere, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Little and daughter, Patty and Mrs. Irene Nolan. Ronald Hess Observes 1st Birthday At Recent Party Mrs. Mary Hess of Centenary entertained with a party recently in honor of the first birthday of her son Ronald. Games were played and refresh To Get A Pair Of GENUINE SEALED BEAM DRIVING LIGHTS cial service; Bessie Long, Home Making; Blanche Drake, child care; Christine Kercheval, membership; Ruby Chaney, library; Martha Drake, ritual; Ruth Ballock, Mooseheart; Jean Thomas, Mooseheaven; Mable Snow, war relief; Mandy Hoggatt, alumni chairman and Bessie Kispert, hospital guild. Members of the local chapter were presented with a white chrysanthemum corsage from the Terre Haute chapter. Following the initiation and installation services, the women adjourned to the new Moose clubrooms where a luncheon was served by the men of the Loyal Order of $5-95 per pair per pair JUST RECEIVED SEAT COVERS AND CUSHIONS Leatherette Bound For All Cars Moose, Clinton Chapter. ments of sandwiches, cake, ice cream - Meetings will be held each Wed-. . o ...!.... , n.Vfi ... t k. hall n. 1 u ii j .wv f - ..... " " with candy were given as favors. Blackman street. Those present were Sharon Kay Giacherio, Donna Lou Wallace, Nancy Iacoli, Darlene Jo Eaton, Ernie Franklin and Johnny Caveletto, Janice Tempus Fugit Meeting Held At Pavey Home Recently Members of the Tempus Fugit met at the home of Mrs. Ray G. Pavey Change Your Old Lights Over To Modern Sealed Beam! Darlene Hess and the honored guest. I We Have The Parts! Wednesday evening with Mrs. Lawrence Dempster as assistance hostess. Mrs. Harold Kendall gave a report on the book, "We Followed ARROW AUTO STORE Our Hearts to Hollywood" by Cornelia Otis Skinner and Emily Kim- Others attending were Mrs. jQuy Ja-coli, Mrs. John Giacherio, Mrs. Howard Eaton, Mrs. Ernie Cavaletto and Mr. and Mrs. Antone Giacherio. Eleven Members Present At WSCS Meeting Thursday Circle 1, WSCS met at the home of Mrs. Ira J. Church on South Fourth street Thursday afternoon. Assistant hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Pearl Allison, Mrs. Arthur Vincent and Mrs. Angus Stevenson. brough. Herringbone Classic , kl I Clif Sherrill 202 S. Main Phone 105 The regular business meeting was Paul Hungerford held and roll call was answered by-each member giving a minute topic. Members attending were Mrs. Pete Scaggiari, Mrs. Mareno Terran-do, Mrs. Harold Clark. Mrs. Harold Kendall, Mrs. Richard Thomas. Mrs. C. W. Huxford, Mrs. Dow Mitchell. A good looking single-breasted tweed suit that makes the headlines. Choice of ; Ft i I ii i During the business meeting, the circle completed plans for a rum-J mage sale to be held November 17 1 and 18. The place to be announced later. Miss Mary Blower and Miss Betty ' 3 S i Pyle and one guest, .Miss leucine rui-nian of Newport. At the close of the meeting, Mrs. Pavey displayed a collection of articles sent to her by her husband. Mrs. Greulich Entertains Jolly Eight Club Members The Jolly Eight Club met at the 1 Ewiiisive Styling Well Known Itran. - 1 home of Mrs. Frank Gruelich recent ly. Bunco was played at two tables SMART COMFORT ' ' with Mrs. Gruelich winning high; Mrs. Oscar Howard, bunco; Mrs George Sanders, low and Mrs. Ray FOR OUTDOOR PAYS mond Thomas, travel. Refreshments HARD FINISHED WORSTED'S Eleven members were present and delicious refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Local Residents Guests At District Doctor's Banquet Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stultz of Elm street were guests at a District Doctor's banquet at the Turkey Run State Park Inn Thursday evening. Following the dinner, the doctors adjourned to a class meeting conducted by Prof. Hall of pudue University. The wives were entertained with a flannel-graph talk given by Mrs. Stultz. Mrs. Fred Thomas who has been a patient at the Vermillion County Hospital for the past week was removed to the home of her mother, Mrs. Lawrence Luce of the Wabash apartments. Mrs. Thomas who is ill with asthma is still confined to her bed, but is improving. Mrs. Frank Hayslett and daughter Gloria of Indianapolis and Pfc. and Mrs. Leo Gentry of Louisiana were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Luce and family of the Wabash apartments. were served. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Oscar Howard. Mrs. John Scifers of Walnut street $45 30 to has returned to her home after spending some time with Mrs. Ruby Kem- merle of South Bend. Mrs. Wilma Priulhlere of Akron, Ohio and Mrs. Martha Gilmour of Dayton, Ohio. Hospital notes Suede Leather Model SELECT YOUR TOPCOAT AND HAT AT THE SAME TIME ROSENBLATT'S American Beauty Shop All purpose model In pliable sued.? leather. Fine rayon lining. Two flap pockets, slide fastener front. 18" Vera Mae Black 812 S. Main Phone 60 Specialized Hair Styling j Permanent Waves Open Evenings BUY BONDS II u-ilX Select Now THE BABY SHOP Al.l, WMf, PILE LINED JACKET "THE BEST FOR YOUR BABY" Toddlers Dresses Durable Zflan fabric wind resistant and water r'p''M"m lined with all wool pile fabric. Warmth and protection in all weather. I And Lay It Away Until Christmas! WATKK ItfcPKU.KNT POPLIN JACKET Colorful cotton plaid lining. Adjustable side . and cutf straps, .lide fastener closing. Ex- Q Qfl cellent value! 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