The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 6, 1944 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
November 6, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

Publication:
Location:
Clinton, Indiana
Issue Date:
Monday, November 6, 1944
Page:
Page 5
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 5 article text (OCR)

Page Flv6 Monday, November 6, 1944. THE DAILT CLINTONIANN (j Clinton Social Notes Mulbrey Johnson Woolf Succumbs in Covington Funeral services for Mulbrey Johnson Woolf, 06, Covington. Ind. who died at 11:30 p. m. Thursday at the residence In Covington, were Warning! WATCH OUT fOR SNIFFIY W Head Colds Head colds can cause much suffering. Don't suffer needlessly. Just put a little Va-tro-nol up each nostra Relieves 'J "'- iisSM A DEB Members to Hold Tournament During Meeting held at 2 p. m. Sunday at the Dally Chapel northeast of Clinton. Burial was In Riverside Cemetery. She Is survived by the husband, Charles; four daughters, Mrs. Ruth Dickey and Mrs. Lois Trout or near Rosedale, and Mrs. Beulah Swalls and Mrs. June O'Laughlln, Terre Haute; four' step-children. Floyd, Karl and Olen Wooir and Florence Fritz; eleven grandchildren and sev en step-grandchildren. Monday Minnehaha- at the hall, 7:30 p.m. Wakofe Club Clinton Hotel basement at 7:30 p. m. Each member please bring sofa pillow. Tuesday Tues. Delta Theta Tau Regular meeting in Half-Century Club at 7:45. Pythian Sisters, special meeting. 7:30 p. m. at the. hall. All members urged to attend. Golden Star Club postponed until Wednesday with Mrs. Esther Bynura on Walnut street. American Legion Auxiliary Bunco Club -meet In basement of Clinton Hotel due to election board at Leg-Ion Home. Wednesday Crompton Hill Bunco Club, 7 p. m. with Mrs. Rowena Bertotti. Mrs. Stella West, assisting. Idle Wile Club has been postponed for two weeks. Place will be announ I'M'" . Mrs. Hollingsworth Hostess For Blanford B. B. Club Mrs. Christina Holllncsworth was hostess Thursday evening at her home for the members of the B. B Club of Blanford. Bunco wag played at two tables with prises being awarded to Mrs. Angeline Marietta, bunco and travel; Mrs. Lucille Marcinko, high and Mrs. Orfina Bizzy, low. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess and the next meeting is to be at the borne of Mrs. Annabel Hamrick. JOIVT MTPPKR MKKTIXi; Ten members of the Oddfellow and Rebekah Lodges will be honored at the Joint supper meeting to be held Thursday evening at the hall. Two members will receive jewelB for their fifty-five years of membership and eight will be honored for forty-five years of membership. Several grand officers will be pre sent at the meeting. Mrs. Res Taylor, Gary, and Mr. and Mrs. Garnet White and baby of New York were Sunday afternoon guests of William Gilmour of 041 Nebeker street. Notice! Tbe CUntoniaa Want Tour News. Please Call Mix Lear To Report Social News, flume 82 or 8S. ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 187 North 7th HU PHONE 184-W PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT IN THE CHICAGO STADIUM, where he was nominated four months go by the Republican national convention as candidate (or president. Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of New York Is shown above addressing a crowd of 20.000 as he stopped In the Windy City (or a major campaign speech. (latetiutioaMi Soundpboto) sneezy, siuuy distress. Also helps prevent many colds from developing If used In time I Try It. Follow directions in folder. Works line! VICKSVA-TCOIIOL Win . . . afcwobopiT I auicMr ret.et 1 disutu J REPUBLICAN MEETING UNIVERSAL, HID. GCIOLBO BUILDIHG MONDAY, NOV. 6 8 p. m. SPEAKERS WILL BE PRESENT Refreshments Entertainment PUBLIC IS INVITED Even After This Happens, American Women Can't Relax Seven members and one guest of the DEB Club met at the home of Mrs. Jennie Ross Friday afternoon for their regular meeting. During the business meeting it was decided to start a bunco tournament and the winners will be announced at the Christmas party. Mrs. Anna Hialt substituted for Mrs. Evalyn Kelley. Bunco was played and prizes were won by Mrs. Margaret Crowder, bunco and travel; Mrs. Edna Dugger, high; and Mrs. Rovine Eaton, low. The next meeting is to be held with Mrs. Bugger In two weeks at her home on South Seventh. Mrs. Vastbinder Entertains Current Event and Art Club The Current Event and Art Club met at the home of Mrs. William Vastbinder Friday afternoon for Its regular meeting. The meeting opened with the pledge to the Christian and Amerl' can flags, after which the devotions, "In Partnership with Cod" were giv en by Mrs. Frank Crawford. The program of the afternoon was presented by Mrs. Hoy Stutlz. She gave a flannel-graph on trees. In illustrating her subject she brought Into her story the life of Jonathan Chapman, commonly known as "Johnny Appleseed" in American history and showed his Influence In getting apple trees planted In the pioneer country. Members attending were Mrs. Eu gene York, MrB. Andrew bimpson, Mrs. William Cogan, Mrs. Frank Crawford, Mrs. John Swickard, Mrs. Dan Burgan. Mrs. Carl Lowder, Mrs. ! Stultz and the hostess. Mrs. L. F. DePoiBler was a gueBt. I tfvm - ELECT - lIMIMI UIIIIIIIIIIMIII mmmmim.nLMliwpF-mKm ced later. White Heather Circle, Mrs. John DunBmore, 7:30 p. m. Friendly Bunco Club meeting, 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Margaret Crowder, South Third street. Past Noble Grands Club, 7:30 p. m. at the hall. Refreshment committee, Mrs. Nora Charles and Mrs. Mary Stewart, entertainment. Mrs. Clara Gilmour and Mrs. Nora Wilson. Builders Class of the Fairvlew Methodist Church meet with Rev. j and Mrs. Godwin. Mrs. Anna Miller, assistant hosteBS. St. Bernice U. B. Members Enjoy Halloween Party Members of the Junior Christian Endeavor of the St. Bernice V. B. Church enjoyed a Halloween Party recently at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Lester Wenca. Their home was decorated in keeping with Halloween. Games and contents were played throughout the evening w'1h pr!z-es going to Diane Vlckers, Bobby Dust and Malcolm Sturm. Those present were Patsy Walker, Earl Walker, Malcolm Sturm, Bobby Franklin and Erma Dust, Leonard and Elmo HillB, Diane, Larry and Tommy , Vlckers, Wanda McWethy, Marvin Gibbons and Dolly Larrance. Refreshments were served during the evening. e Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Diederlcb of Indianapolis and daughter Jo Ann spent Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Max Johnson. Miss Lillian Hayworth, 2&0 Vine street, returned to her home Sunday from the St. Anthony's Hospital in Terre Haute. ,- . John Carnell, North Fourth street, was admitted to the county hospital Friday as a surgical case. Mrs. Matilda Vietti. North Seventh street; Mrs. Iva Clark, Sycamore street; Pete Gugllelmetti, route two and Gordan Hullaker, Chrisman, 111. were admitted to the county hospital Saturday as medical cases. Patricia Coverdale, Rockvllle, was admitted to the county hospital Saturday as a surgical case. Mrs. Martha Jane Hardie and baby. Walnut street and Mrs. Margie Ave and baby, R. 2, Clinton, were dismissed from the county hospital Sunday. I m , auified Ads Sell Most Anrthkf American Beauty tshop Vera Mae Black 812 8. Main Phone 8" Specialised Hair Styling Permanent Waves -u livery Evening Except Saturday itvm lf OJOJPJTAL fan llotu Center Home Ec Club Elects Officers Thursday Mrs. Verua Conard entertained the members of the Center Home Ec Club Thursday afternoon at her borne with Mrs. Violet Houchln assisting. The meeting onened with the Bong. "Swing Low Sweet Chariot" being mine in unison and the history giv en by Mrs. Bonnie Sturm. DevotionB were in charge of Miss Mary Heber. Pledge to the Flag and Club Creed were given by the club collect and roll call was answered by each member giving a Bible verse containing the word, "Thanks." The poem of the month, "Down on the Farm" was given by Mrs. Opal Porter. Mrs. Porter also had the lesson on Cleaning and Care of Walls. During the business meeting, which was in charge of the president, Mrs. Esther Griffin, an election was held with the following officers being elected for the coming year: Mrs. Lola Wright, president; Mrs. Bonnie Sturm, vice-president; Mrs. Opal Myers, secretary-treasurer; and Mrs. Opal Porter and Mrs. Lucille James, leaders. The club prayer was given In unison and recreation was in charge of Mrs. HouchhV- Two contests were played with prizes going to Mrs. Helen Randolph and Mrs. Bonnie Sturm. The Christmas meeting will be an all day meeting with Mrs. Opal Porter and Mrs, Margaret Sturm as as- sistantJioBtefc M Members attenamg were jurs. un-aio Mnrruv MHhr Mflrv Heber. Mrs. Helen Randolph, Mrs. Houchin, Mrs. Emma Heed and daughter, Sandra, Mrs. Leonra Craft. Mrs. Lola Wright. Mrs. Esther Griffin, Mrs. Lucille James and Mrs. Bonnie Sturm. Mrs. Pauline Childre and Miss Mariam Houchin were guests at the meeting. THl'KHDAY 1IKKJ?B Gl'KKTS Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Martin of. West Lafayette were Thursday dinner gueste of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Foltz. Dr. Martin is Professor of General Chemistry of Purdue University. Donald Foltz returned to West Lafayette with them to enter his Junior year at Purdue. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Salin are the parents of a sou born November 2. This is the second child and has been named William Francis. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kelley former residents of North Eleventh street are the parents of a son bora in Indianapolis recently. The Infant has been named Jackie Lee. Mr. and Mrs. James Flint. Rockvllle, are the parents of a daughter born at the county hospital Saturday. The infant weighed six pounds and five ounces and has been named Judith Patrieia. Mrs. Flint is the former Miss Margaret Kirk. Roedale W oman Dies la Hospital at Terre Haute Mrs. Mabel Brown, 50, KosdaIe, died at the Kt. Anthony s Hospital, Terre Haute, Sunday morning. She is survived by the husband, Ralph; two daughters, Mrs. Jean Falls. Kosedale and Mrs. Helen Ia-ris, Terre Haute; two Bone, Ralph, Jr. and John Allen, at home; three brothers, John Rector, Ietroit, Mich.; Ralph Rector, Portland, Ore.. and OUie Rector, Covington, Ind.; one sister, Mrs. Hazel Beatty, .Detroit. Mich.; six nephews. The body was taken to the Cox and Williams Funeral Home where funeral aervices will be hWd at :20 p. m. Tuesday. Burial will be in Memory Garden Cemetery at Rockvllle. GOP Meeting in Universal Guests speakers, entertainment and refrhment will be the program for the Republican meeting at Universal, Monday. Nov. , att the Schioldo Building at 8 p. m., local Republican officials announced today. Inter tttinx Social Newt Everyday Dewey's Madison Square Address To Be Broadcant Continued from page 1) day was the moat efectfv of his campaign. It summarized all the ma-, jor IsKues he has raided since Sept. 7 and GOV strategists are hopeful that its re-broadcast will win enough wavering voters in key states to provide the balance of power in a close election. Ieny iUiMfeUm (Story Aides to Gov. Dewey waved aside as "ridiculous" a sensational article in Invest ia, official newspapers organ of the supreme Soviet, reporting rumors, "current in some United Btates journalistic circles," that the Republicans are planning a "fake attempt upon the life of Gov. Dewey," which would be blamed upon the communists. The Republican nominee repeatedly has attacked the alleged alliance between the New Deal and the communists. Gov. Dewey, who returned to Albany yesterday afternoon from New York City, planned to spend today working on hie night broadcast, which probably will feature a request that voters generally go to the polls tomorrow. Receive 'inai lieport He also received final reports'! rom national -ehalrmw Herbert BrowneM,' Jr., concerning conditions in some of the doubtful states. The general feeling among persons close to Gov. Dewey is that he will win If he an carry New York and Pennsylvania, and that his chances in both states are as good ut those of President Roosevelt. Roosevelt to Talk During Hour-Long Democrat Session i Contlniwd fross 1) highways aud by-ways of Uutchess County. He probably will have a few words to say io each of them. Kix Oniimuufty Ktij His drive will take him across the Hudson to the town of HiKhlaud shortly after 2 p. ni. He will then drive on the Kingston, thence to NewburKh. aud then recrosH tile river for s1oi6 at the villages of Beacon and Wappiligerg Kalis. At PoUKhk-eepsie. Mr. Roosevelt will then make an informal talk in front of the post office at p. m.. returning to his Hyde Vark estate afterward for dinner witb his family before making ttis nationwide campaign broadcast sometime after 10 p. m. Hit-Run Driver Damages Montezuma Man's Auto John Norris. Montezuma, reported to local vol ice that a hit-and-run driver struck his car, Nov. 5, and tore a fender aud light off of hit1 by local police today. Frank Ktk. Paris. 111., pulled from a parking spaee and scraped a parked car owned by Eugene Itozertson. Terre llaule. Nov. 4. it was reported by iucal police todoy. Further information on the accidents could not be obtained. Warped Bklllet Are you having trouble with a svarped skillet? Here's the remedy. Heat slowly lor 10 minutes, turn upside down mod place a piece of wood over the entire bottom. Hammer on the wood until the skillet is flat. It the bulge is toward the inside of the skillet, hammer on the inside. 1o prevent warping, do not pour cold water on a not skillet. , 4, Penicillin AluUl Penicillin is one of a coosidwable number of products which result from tr growti. of molds. Penicillin was discovered in 1929 by a physician named Fleming m St. Mary's hospital in London. Fleming found that when a mold grew on one of ins dishes bacteria did not grow wherever the mold was present. In other words, it seemed that a piod- uct was formed by tne growth of tne mold which killed aS the tiaiieria. Even after Killer Hitler himself throwt in the sponge, American women mutt not relax on sating used fats in their kitchens. Because it's the Japs, not the Germans, who still have those territories in tlte Pacific thai used to supply us with one billion pounds a year! Our fat salvage job isn't done until we blast the Sips out. In the meantime, every drop of used fats is urgently needed to help make the tons of munitions, medicines, yn tlietic rubber and soaps tlial are needed for final victory. So keep saving until V-J Day! Remember, the government gives you 2 free red points for every pound. This message has been approved by WFA and OP A and paid for by Industry. You Can fsTVafsv -i Lx n With a Rosenblatt SUIT and TOPCOAT E. P. HATHEWAY If V - - f GRADUATE CIVIL ENGINEER. Democratic Candidate FOR .URVEYOEL J. I :ii ;.li ' isSv ' Select Yours Now! . 20 10 $40 ROSENBLATT'S OF VERMILLION COUNTY Buy More Bonds PV M"!. 0V Ml lJj ISJV MA ll l llVl'lt1

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page