The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 9, 1944 · Page 3
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November 9, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Page Three THE DAILY CLINTON IAN Thursday, November 9, 1944. Brothers, Sister Meet First Time in 20 Years A fowilv rpimlnn. the first in Perrysville Home Makers Entertained Monday v Members of the Junior Home Makers Club of Perrysville met at the home of Helen Moudy Monday j Clinton Social Notesp Thursaav wars will meet with Mrs. T. M for their regular meeting. St. Bernice Boy Enjoys Eighth Birthday Party Billie Joe Haun of St. Dernlce was pleasantly surprised Saturday afternoon when his mother, Mrs. Heber Haun invited a group of his schoolmates in to help celebrate his eighth birthday anniversary. Games and contests were played with prizes being won by Sue Ma-loiiey and Janice Jones. Refreshments of cake, Ice-cream, sandwiches and pop were served by lura Hnn and Mrs. Fred Gallaton. Officers Elected Wednesday At White Heather Circle Mrs. Agnes Renwlck was elected president of the White Hlieather Circle at the meeting held Wednesday evening at the heome of Mrs. John Dunsmore. Other officers elected were Mrs. Henry King, vice-president; Mrs. Ann Houston, secretary; Mrs. Tom McLatchle, treasurer; Mrs. Margaret Gray, chaplain; and Mrs, John Duns-more, flower fund. Following the business BeBflion, bunco gaineB were enjoyed with Mrs. Houston winning high; Mrs. Walter Shorter, second blgh; and Mrs. Graham, bunco. Mrs. Walter Burnside will be the hostess In two weeks at her home on South Seventh street. Miss Dorothy Mae Miller of Indianapolis spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller. Notice! The Clintonlan Wants Tour News. Please Call Miss Lear To Report Social News. Phone 83 or 88. American Beauty Shop Vera Mae Slack 812 S. Main Phone 60 , Specialized Hair Styling Permanent Waves Open Every Evening Except Saturday A 1 1. ... ' ' J fwontv vears. was held at the home of Bill Bozarth, Fairvlew, when his brother and slBter, Mrs. Kutn Hoyies 26, Terre Haute, and Howard Stead-man, 24, U. S. Navy, recently met, following twenty years of separation. hteadiuHn. serving with the U. S. Navy for the past seven years, has just returned from uuicn rvew Guinea, after 33 months of overseas duty. There is still one brother missing from the family link, who, serving with the U. 8. Army since moicii. 1941, is now stationed ill IVarl Harbor. Following the war, the fumlly hopes once more to bo united. mm Mr.M III mm mm Holllday baskets filled with candy and Halloween candy witches ana catB were given as favors. Guests were Sonny Gallaton, Sue Maloney, Don Maloney, Janice Jones, Jackie Brown, Opal Jordan, Kay Hall, Bobby Dust, Bobble Haun and the honor guest. Billie Joe received Beveral nice gifts. Tri Kappa Dance Planned At Meeting Held Wednesday Plans for the Trl Kappa dance to be held Wednesday, December ZT, were made at the meeting held at the home of Miss Marynette White last night. During the business meeting the members also voted to buy glasses for a school child. . Miss Marjorie Caldwell was elected chairman for the Trl Kappa dance committee, and Mrs. Ruth Powell chairman of the committee selling chances on the War Bond. The next meeting will be held at the home of Miss Elise Meyers on South Third street. WE HAVE FACTORY ENGINEERED AND APPROVED PARTS . w Perrysville News and Notes Church Classes Meet In Local Homes; Mrs. Mary Ayerg is Recuperating Mrs. Eva Jarett and Mrs. M. H. Anderson transacted business in Covington Friday afternoon and called on Mrs. Merle Newkirk and Mrs. Blanche Newkirk. There will be worship services at the U. B. Church both Sunday morning and Sunday evening by the pastor, Wlllard MIrW Worship service 8unday morning in the Methodist church with Rev. J. C. Whitson. M. M. Anderson called on Mrs. Mary Ayers Saturday afternoon. MrB. Ayers who haB been In ill health has for the past year been slowly im proving. She is being cared for by Mrs. Faye Ellis. Mrs. Edna Donaldson has returned to her home In Terre Haute after spending Beveral days here with her sister, Mrs. Ruth Rabb. The Rev. E. T. Miles was called to Clinton Sunday afternoon to of ficiate at the funeral of Henry Mit chell. Mrs. Edward Hodges and son, Charles of Terre Haute and MrB. Tom were recent dinner guests of Miss McGurk and daughter of iKlngman Dorothy Gaywood and mother. Mrs. Maxine Crosp and small dau ghter, Mary Janelle, are making an indefinite stay in Norfolk, Va. with their husband and father, L. D. Crisp Petty Officer 2c. The Lowes Chapel Aid Society was entertained Thursday in the home of Mrs, Joe Fishback. Twenty members answered roll call with a verse of scripture. The usual pot-luck dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour and the rest of the time spent quilting and doing Red Cross sewing. Mrs. Tom Patrick of Point Reyes Station in California was a special gueBt. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Waid In Danville. A financial pledge was made to be given in the Red Cross drive. The Anti-Kant Sunday chool class of the Methodist church will serve their annual lamb and chicken supper In the church annex Wednesday evening, flov. 16. This event is the high-light in the class activities anad always attracts large crowds. The committee is planning a good menu and plenty of it. Time set to start serving will be 6:30 p. m. The regular monthly party of tbis class will be cancelled due to this supper. Mrs. Grace Turner who has been III several months went to Danville Saturday evening for an indefinite stay with her son, Harold and family. Her brother, Bert Rogers who makes his home with her is in the St. Elizabeth hospital suffering with an injured back. Miss Ethel Kurns, Danville, 111., was a weekend guest of her sister, Mrs. A. L. Smith. Mrs. Andrew Crowder spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. George Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil ChrlBtenberry of St. Louis, Mo. called here by the serious Illness and death of the tatter's father, Rolla Cole, returned to their home Sunday. Joe Cole, another son gave up his work in Ft. Wayne and has accepted employment in Danville, 111. He and his wife will make their home there. Highland Township was well represented in Newport on Wednesday during, Achievement Day. Several women from here went to Cayuga Tuesday afternoon to assist in making surgical dressings. C. C. Carpenter, William Drake and M. H. Anderson transacted bus iness in Newport, Wednesday morning. .' GET YOUR CAR READY.. Si ALL-VJGATMGQ BATTERY Kaiser. Stork Shower for Mrs. man. Pocahontas Meeting at 7:30 p. m. Bunco and Euchre at 8 p. m. Methodist Choir meet at Mrs. Co-rinne Hall's home, 1044 South Sixth street, 7:30 p. m. Christmas cantata. Fairvlew P. T. A. meet at the BChool auditorium at 7:30 p. m. Acme Club has been postponed. Friday Rebekuh meeting, 7:30 p. m. t the hall. Modern Marthas meet with Mrs. Harry Van Duyn, 631 South Fourth street, 7:30 p. m. Friday Ulerary Circle, Mrs. Dave Salmond. 720 lllackman street, 3:80 p. m. Book report for the afternoon, "Valley of Decision" by Marcla Davenport, by Mrs. H. M. Ferguson and Mrs. Poor. Octette Club, noon luncheon, Clinton Hotel, Mrs. Julia Hatfield, hostess. Wakofe Club Members Enjoy Chinese Party At Clinton Hotel Mrs. Ullian Asiilcy And Miss Kathleen Taylor Co-Hostesses For Party Wednesday Evonlngj Thanksgiving IMimcr Planned A Chinese party in charge of Mrs. Lillian Ashley and Miss Kathleen Taylor was enjoyed by the members of the Wakofe Club Monday night in the basement of the Clinton Hotel. The guests were greeted at the door by the hostesses dressed in Chinese robes. The room was beautifully decorated and at one end a long table' was decorated with a Chinese imported table cloth and figurines. Chow meln and tea were served on a beautiful blue and gold Chinese mat on the floor. Quick-wit was played with high prises going to Miss Taiml Lahti and Mrs. Martha Costello. Low prizes were won by Mrs. Evelyn Scott and Mrs. Leona Kalston. Mrs. M. Costello and Mrs. Mary Ann Davis, representatives of the club reported that an information bureau has been set up in the American Legion Home by the Veterans Advisory Board and that meetings will be held every third Friday of each month. Tha next meeting will be a Thanksgiving formal dinner to be held November 20. The following committee was appointed to be in charge. Miss Kathleen Taylor, chairman, Mrs. Nellie Shew, Mrs. Evelyn Scott, Mrs. Leona Ralston, Mrs. Thelma Prall and Mrs. Josephine Pe-savento. - Those present were Mrs. Lillian Ashley, Mrs. Mary Ann Davis, Miss Taimi Lahti, Mrs. Katbryn LaRoche, Miss Claire Alice McDonald, Mrs. Wilma Myers, Mrs. Glen Paloncey, Mrs. Kay Pesavento, Miss Irma Pesavento, Mrs. Martha Costello, Mrs. Josephine Pesavento, Mrs. Prall, Mrs. Ralston, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Shew and Miss Taylor. American Education Week Observed At South School Seventy-five patrons were enter tained at the South School Wednesday afternoon in observance of American, Education Week. A short program was enjoyed followed by a soc ial hour. Miss Mary E. Satterlee, fourth grade teacher, was chairman of the program which opened with the group giving the pledge to the flag and singing of America. A reading, Book Treasure" was presented by Marilyn Cunningham, a piano BOlo, The Swan" by Anita Anderson and , reading, "Seeing" by John Larry Goldner were enjoyed. Mr. Reed, principal of South School concluded the program with a talk on some of the school activities, what is expected of a child and the teacher's idea of the child. A social hour followed with refreshments being served by the teachers. The parent's helpful cooper ation has made American Education Week a success at South School. ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 North 7th St. PHONG 184-W PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT For teouble-lree service, and split-second starting, get thi lively, powerful Goodyear battery. Sizes for every car . mmttiU fnrtfiMlv arAatar than most original-equipment batteries. Built to give you long, steady service in these rationed driving times. Stop in, let us help you get the most out of your old battery first. W4 mi Water Hoses Heater Hoses Anti-Freeze Mufflers Tail Pipe Door Glass Springs Water Pumps Chinese Trace Spinach to Iran Tim f-hin Mnrii fnr sninanh im putsai, meaning "the vegetable im ported irom iran. Now She Shops "Cash and Carry" Without Painful Backich When disorder of kidney function pormita poisonous mutter to pmuia in your blood, it may ruuae iiiikk'"K backache, rb umftUcpiiiD, leu puma, li'flfl of K'p itnd eucriry, yetting up hIkIiU, Bwt-llinii. imtfiui'M uuder th eye, lu-iukrhttg unti tliriiiii'M. Freqiiunt or acuity IMiABugeB will aniftjiing ami burning otno-limei allows there in soiiuitliiiig wrong wtUi your kidney or bladder. Don't wait I Auk your druitfrijit for Dobd'i Pilla, uwd luocewfully by million (or over 40 year. Tin y civu Imppy p-lief uud will help the 15 mil" of kidney lube r!u1i out ptiioo-ou waelo from your blbod. Out iJuuu' I'.'Ha ex. WW COJTCH VAUIfc TIRE INSPECTION STATIfiN Phone 757 FROM J m ECONOMY BATTERY Dependable service for smaller and medium-site cars, Goodyear quality, and capacity equal to mm A most original-equipment batteries. From I . (jU X. mm III llll t Wind Shield Glass Glass Channels For DODGE And PLYMOUTH Job -Rated Trucks DON'T FORGET We Do Still Have A The club, president, Eleanor Hegg had charge of the meetli". sud con- ducted the business meeting. Roll call was answered by naming their favorite dish on Thanksgiving. The scripture was read by the club president and the story of the first Thanksgiving was told by Leah Near-pass, The social hour was spent In group singing, fortune telling, games and contests. Ellen Howard and Margie Cundlff won the prises. The next meeting will be December 18. Refreshments were served by the hostess with Leah Nearpass assisting. Fifteen Members Attend Woman's Club Meeting Mrs. Corrlnne Hall was hostess Monday afternoon to fifteen members of the Woman's Club which met at her borne. Current events were given and the program was In charge of Mrs. Hall. She gave an interesting reading on the life of Stephen C. Foster. Following the reading, a musical program was presented consisting of numbers written by Stephen Foster, by Mrs. Ira Church at the piano and Mrs. Martin Toner, soloist. Mrs. Church played a medley of Foster's compositions. The next meeting will be in two weeks with Mrs. W. O Satterlee. ' Basket Dinner Held At Rosa Residence Sunday Mrs. Molly Rosa of Sycamore street was pleasantly surprised Sunday afternoon when several relatives gathered at her home for a basket dinner. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Tillotson and son, Ralph, Attica, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Tillotson and daughter, Martha Jane also of Attica, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tillotson and son, Clifford of Rossvllle, Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Campbell and two children, Larry Dean and Carol Sue of Veedersburg. i Friendly Bunco Meeting Held Wednesday Evening Nine members of the Friendly Bunco Club met at the home of Mrs. Margaret Crowder on South Third street Wednesday evening. Bunco was played with Mrs. Betty Reed winning high; Mrs. Mary Shan' non, bunco and travel; and Mrs Crowder, low. Other members attending were Mrs. Hazel Smith, Mrs. Sybil Sperry, Mrs. Mayme Osborne, Mrs. Marsonne Mott, Mrs. Josephine Chambers and Mrs. Thelma Baxendale. Mrs. Bynum Hostess For Golden Star Club Meet I The Golden Star Club met at the home of Mrs. Esther Bynum Wednesday evening with several members present. Bunco was played with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Mary Archer, high; Mrs. Thelma Alexander, bunco and travel; and Mrs. Mattie Morris, low. The next meeting will be held In two weeks with Mrs. Mary Archer, west of Clinton. 8 2c and Mrs. Harold Hesser, Wallace, Ind. are the parents of a baby girl born Wednesday at the Vermillion County Hospital. The Infant weighed seven pounds, 12 and a half ounces and was named Constance Lucille. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sowers, Rock-ville, R. 1, are the parents of a baby boy born Wednesday at the county hospital. The Infant weighed eight pounds and 15 ounces and has been named Edgar. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kent, Rock-vllle, R. 3, are the parents of a baby boy born Wednesday at the county hospital. The infant weighed nine pounds and has not been named. Mrs. Louis Leek, South Main, underwent a major operation Monday at the St. Anthony's Hospital. Michael Klso, Chicago, 111.; Gordon Huffaker, Chrisman, 111.; Mrs. A. J. Wheaton, North Main street; Mrs. Iva Clark, Sycamore street, and Mrs. W. Beard and baby, R. 8, Clinton, were dismissed from the county hospital Wednesday. Red Cross Motor Corps Classes to Open Soon First aid classes In connection with the motor corps will begin soon, it was announced by Mrs. W. N. Kelley today. The classes will be opened soon and persons interested are asked to call Mrs. Kelley at 527. Three motor corps members, Miss Marj. Caldwell, Mrs. Kelly and Miss Taimi Lahti, recently completed their motor corps training and passed examinations qualifying them to drive convoys for the U. S. Army. Cocoa Csed at Medicine When the Spanish explorer Cortex returned from Middle America in 1528, he brought with him a shipment of cocoa beam which were used by the ailing rich as a remedial. 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