The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 17, 1944 · Page 4
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 4

Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, November 17, 1944
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Friday, iNwwilmP Ytt V11' THE iPAILY CLINTON! AN iijfege Four . Remove Soot , s Clean soot from chininey.iflue and pipe once a yeui,' n" iom bottom of lids and around oven '--: a week. SHIPS ACTION PHOTO AS JAP PLANES POUND U. S. Manpower Lags Threaten Critical (ICMon'SoaalNotes WOMEN WANT ALL War Production (Continued rrom Fags 1) Rphekah Lodge Clinton Woman Honored At BETTER PERMANENTS !' Surprise Birthday Party Mrs. Jennie Rolando, S31 HlaCk- huirniun J. A. Krug, Secretary of vvorvriuv Frederics Famous (he Navy James V. Forrestnl, Undersecretary of War Robert I'. Patterson and WMC clialrmun Paul V. man street, was the nonorea at s, surprise party t?lven in homor of her birthday Wednesday evening. . I.... It. a luva. Permanent Waves Are Acclaimed By Thousands! McNutt. Jkl - Honors 2 Members Tuesday The St. Bernlce Kebekuli I-odge members gave a reception Tuesday evening honoring two of their members who were recently elected to ulnle and district oftices, MrB. Florence K. Miller, treasurer of the Kebeknh Assembly of Indiana and Miss Frances L. Myers, diBtrict deputy president of District 14. Rev. Wence of the U. B. Church was the guest speaker for the eve-i vioonnr Plnann Daid tribute to jjj.t 1 Bunco was piayeo. iiuiuik " - May Prolong; War 5-6.50-$7.50-10 Thm nreaenl were Charles Iiiuls wi.Mo a shortace of materiel and weapons exists in relatively lew nrminuiiH." llyrnes said, "it is suffi- Rolando, Mrs. Maggie Vullosla. and grandson, .Bonnie Joe, Mrs. Maggie MACHINE WAVES otont tr nnt flnppd lv overcome, to Granger. Mrs. Jennie cook, prolong the war. "Much of the manpower trouble the honored guests in the form of H Gunluemem, K0BCU....7 ing and children, Gary. Margaret, art BilU, Mr. and Mrs. Jpval'o-..... ,. Danny. Mr. .nd. Mrs. is due to the mistaken belief on a musical reading accompaniea u i0 -wnnlfe at the piano. Mrs. ho nurt of some neonle that the .4n H 1 ii , ---t' "... . : h, Melrt Donley and daughter, Betty. wnr la about over. Two nunarea Woolfe also entertained with two piano selections after which Mrs. Al--nr,,.Tn tho nldeat member of thousand additional able - bodied n,n udiinc in iln hard work, could An mioyaDie- evmiug - nd delirious refreshments) were break the bottleneck In the critical W ' Mrs. Rolando .was pleasantly sur- programs and shorten the war. Plan Future Action US mi:vvn the lodge, presented bouquets of mums to Mrs. Miller and Miss My- 7he dining room was attractively iinrised -Wednesday wjieu uci ir!86", tj nick- and family and PRE-WAR PRICES 0 Hair-Tinting 9 Facials Arches 0 Scalp Treatments PHONE 502 355 'A SOUTH MAIN ADAMSOH'S BEAUTORIUM OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT! Byrnes said he had deferred ac 'firs'. J Cralgr and famlly caD,f W,1 . .in.n. She received tion "for a reasonable time" on pro decorated with the lodge colors, p... posals that resumption of civilian tti te: V' - Tj-Mt -.. -.. ;-r , and green, and small Ame...-" flags. The tables were arranged in .many nice hiuj Com her relatives and friends. production be suspended completely. i.'i,inr netinn will, however, hinge JAP PLANES continuany pounded CXZ the shape of a V. Delicious reweau-ments were served. upon the success of current govern Rockville Girl Married f ment plans for solving war production and labor needs, he declared. At Indianapolis n.eceuuy4 , ioi Ttnvd of Rockville an Jolly Eight Members Meet At Howard Home Thursday Mrs. Oscar Howard was hostess Two New Members Join Pocahontas Lodge Thursday nounces (he marriage of her djiugh-1. .-no Af Indianapolis to interesting Social Newt Everyday All Day Economics Meeting Held At Frist Residence The regular all ' day meeting of II - ml:l: rtm ot mdian- , two- new members'.. Mj'S.i -Anna ' Friaav . i varnhak' and Mrs.. Frank Yowell to the members or me juuj Club which met at her home Thursday evening. ' -nu. The marriape took pla ee No- , .taken into the Pocahontas Wabash Camp 1517, RNA '.regular 'Vember 1 at the borne ot Rev. K. 8i!y'; n Indianapolis. the Helt's Prairie Home Economies C)ub was lield at the home of Mrs. Bunco was played witn mrs. tm- meeting has been postponed until Lodge at the regular meeting held Thursday evening..- , J K 0 :. t. moo Graduated from next Friday. D K 1 i -u 1 P: ' fi c 01 vid Jenkins winning iirgn; -mro. . ,. samara, bunco: Mrs. How Ljlockville High Scl.001 with the ?S.-.r -42 and for the past 11 ard, low and Mrs. Raymond. Thom- Harlow Frist with Mrs. Ernest Harrington assisting recently, i A covered dish luncheon was served at noon to fifteen members. Afior the dinner meeting, the af Following the business session, bunco wsb played with Mrs. Anna nniinar winning high;-Mrs. Marga has been postponed until me uii' JUST ARRIVED 108 PAIRS i.',nnths has been employed at In- Friday in December. , travel. nAi(.!n,ia rofreRhmenta of pump Wabash Camp 1517 regular meet H'dlanapolis. m.. w married couple ale re- kin pie, whipped cream and coitee ternoon, meeting was opened with ret Ravesz, second high and Mrs. yowell, bunco. A Boclal evening was enjoyed by all. ing at the home 01 mrs. c, -..-terson, 429 South Fourth street, iji THinr,nnnlis where' Mr. tv,a oh.irlm? of the song or tne were served. Members attending the meeting WdlUfi i" " r . . .. , . ,- i. with me auuuio 7:30 p. m. , month, "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" and the history waB given by 1: ftW IB ClUy.",, were Mrs. Josepn " A Construction Company. Mr and Mrs. Claude Dyer of Jacksonville. PTA meeting ai 7-30 n. m. During the program, a Frank Greulich, Mrs. David Linasey, Mrs. James Cunningham, Mrs. How Mrs. Gloyd Earles. Roll call was answered with each member giving f movie will be given. Refreshments -North Seventh street have returned GENUINE U.S. ARMY nrtRKRTA'S ard. Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Banders ana tinme after attending the runerai oi Thanksgiving quotation from the Hi r BEAUTY SHOP I hlo Mm. Harrv Frist leo me uevu Mr river's father. Ainert uyer oi will be served and each memuei iu bring an apple pie or pumpkin pie. MnnrfftV tional period followed by the repeat Odon, Ind. Mr. Dyer died Tuesday, Mrs. Jenkins. Eighteen Members Present At Philathea Class Meet PHONE 184-W I GARRISON SHOES Nov. 14. ing of the club creed anu saiuie u Wakofe Club Thanksgiving dinner lie r m in Clinton Hotel. PKRMANENTS T Mr and Mrs. Clifford Delt and . Those unable to attend call 291-R GIVEN AT Nf.GHT j Eighteen members and two guests Miiiriran nf Dver. Ind. spent the the flag in unison. Mrs. Emory Bonebrake, president of the club, gave her report on the achievement day program held in Newport recently. of the Philathea Class of the Bap week end with Mr. and Mrs. Henry i before Saturday morning. , Wakofe Thanksgiving dinner at 6:45 p. m. in Clinton Hotel. Test Aids Is tist Church attended the regular Bertotti and family. meeting held in the church base . -if j, uih Are 1 Those unable to attend can Plans were made for a Christmas noWv anA firm h bae to be held at the d d. ' R ev. Si fc el In K 111 v( ec Si w ,11 tr . ment Thursday evening. iin lohn Swickard was in charge Tuesday Two Cayuga Residents Succumb Monday, Nov. 13 iwnBhln Home Ec Club of the devotions and gave a Thanks Tun Paviica residents died at -,Dt .i fwrf liome oi mrs. ven.u.. i Hard pf Hearing T ThanVsi a an easy ro-rik bearing: test, 3-5",d She,. MOST SIZES 5-7V2 A-E&b J A FEW LARGER 1 JTJf SMALLER SIZES MAKE 77 f WONDERFUL BOYS SHOES m 5y2 . 6 priced at $450 Larger Sizes $550 giving Btory. home of Mrs. Lewis Reed December 21 with Mrs. Raymond Blakesley as-sistiiK. During the meeting, the incoming nrealdent. Mrs. Harlow Frist, Cluder at ;30 p. m. with Mrs their homes in that city the past After the business meeting, games Charles Cluder assisting. anil contests were enjoyed with prl rioim Theta Tau Regular meet zes being awarded to Mrs. Clark Charles Walters who has been ill Hi!i heart trouble for several announced her committee workers ing in Half-Oentury Club, 7:45. for the year: program committee, ,nniiii riled Monday morning. He 1b Mrs. Bonebrake, Mrs. Sam Saxton, 1 AlB UrVl - aiirviveri hv his widow, Grace, four ht-o Piihv'ffpllv Hostess. Shirley, Mrs. Frank Stewart and Mrs. Swickard. Refreshments were served by the committee in charge for the evening, Mrs. Alex McLaren and Mrs. Eller. Mrs. Glayd Earles, and Mrs. Earl orttia ami a-dan'irhter; ".w Jf f -y . - Vnt- Home Economics Meet--. Heber; historian, Mrs. Harry Frist; - The infant daughter of Mr. ana M-o inniea Jennings died Monaay ,; Li LJ' ..... . evening at her home in Cayuga. Her father arrived home Monaay aner- noon from the Army. ROSENBLATT'S fitrnno-A Flistnma flower committee, Mrs. Lewis Reed and Mrs. Ray Hammersley; secretary and reporter, Mrs. Collett Harrison; director, Mrs. Forrest Mack; and song leader, Mrs. Ernest Harrington. Mrs. Bonebrake won the prize during the recreational period. Those attending the meeting were Mrs. Laura Mitchell, Mrs. Reed, Mrs. Hammersley, Mrs. HarriBon, Mrs. James Dver. Mrs. Carl Williams, The regular meeting of the Happy Hour Home Ec Club was held, at the homo of Mrs. Ruby Kelly with Mrs. Vesta Cirey assisting. The meeting was called to order by the members repeating the club creed and pledge to the flag in unison. Mrs. Dorothy Haymaker Was in charge of the devotions. The song of the month, "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" was sung and Mrs. Mable Stultz gave the history of the club. Roll call was answered by giving a "Asiatic" is another interesting marine word. It is used sometimes Do Your Part Buy Bonds o riearribe a marine who has served a long "hitch" (period of enlistment) in the Orient and has taken on strange ways ana customs. . " " I Mrs. Raymond Blakesley, Mrs. Austin Mayes, MrB. Saxton, Mrs. Frist, Thanksgiving verse from the Dime. It's Christmas Time at Pennes Mrs. Mabel Stokes gave an inter Mrs. Earles, Mrs. Viola rergason, Mrs. Heber and Mrs. Hallow Frist esting report- on achievement aay held at Newport last week. The les and Mrs. Harrington. w m m - A son on care of walls and wooa surfaces was given by the leaders, Mrs. Women of the Moose Meet At Lodge Rooms Wednesday Several members of the Women SELECT YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS NOW! USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN! Hazel Wright and Mrs. Violet buh-tain. , Mrs. Mable Stokes and Mrs. Ruby Kelly won the contest prizes. nnoata ivere Mrs. Maxlne Lloyd of the Moose met at the hall on Blackman street Wednesday evening for the regular weekly meeting. rf.niAr Bharnn. Luella and Mra. Hallie Brodie. College Reg TnHa Wnneannnn. Ronnie Jean Bun ERNIE PYLE'S Late Book "Brave Men" WILL BE ON SALE MONDAY, NOV. 20 $3-00 White's Pharmacy tnin Martha Lou Haymaker, Carol ent of the Terre Haute Chapter of ho Wnnmen of the Moose was pres ifoiiv Juitv Knurr and Bobby Shew ent and during the meeting instruc Members present were Mrs. iouis tions from the state weregiven to each chairman serving for this year. Bozarth. Mrs. Rachael Bozarth, Mrs. Ruth Bumgardner, Mrs. Buntain, Mrs. Cirey. Mrs. Hafrison, Mrs. Haymaker, Mrs. Flossie Haymaker, Mrs. Helen Kelley, Mrs. Ruby Kelly, Plans for the Joint cnrisrnias party to be held for the local, Moose Lodges were discussed. Additional plans will 6e announced later. Mrs. Edna Keltz, Mrs. Laverne r n , Mra nnnna Skelley, Mis. Helen Spurr, Mrs. Stokes, Mrs. Hazel Wright and Mrs. Marian bhew. The Christmas meeting next month will be held at the home of Mrs. Mabel Stokes. Due to the serious illness of Mrs. Joe, Viettl, Petty Officer ,1c Cloyd Viettl and wife of Auburn, Ala., John Vletti of Logansport and Minnie Vietti of Vernon, ill. are visiting with the Vietti family in Clinton. I Get In the Scrap! lira? A son was born to Mrs. William Henry Harrison, Tangier, Thursday. .,, n,o Vermillion County hospital. For Your Baby The Best Of The infant welched eight pounds 13 a; I ounces and has not yet Deen take fashion AT THE BATH ROBES Fleecy - Warm $1.69 - $1.98 DAINTY HANDMADE INFANT'S DRESSES Just the thing for baby's Christmas gift dainty hand-made batiste dresses, trimmed In delicate lace, pastel ribbon and tiny buttons. Priced At well in hand The baby's father, SSgt. William Henry Harrison, was killed in action April 12, 1944 in England. Mr .and Mrs. Walter Neal of Pitts-t,rr.h Pa., are the parents of a BABY SHOP 320 SOI'TH MAIN STREET daughter bosn Monday morning. The Dress and Sport Handbag Styles .MRS. KATHIIYN lU'HV, l'np. $3.25 In Simulated Leathers infant weighed six pounas. mrs. neai was formerly Miss Guyneth Gosnell. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gosnell of Newport. 2.98 ' plus tax and Durable Fabrics. HARD-TO-GET - BUT WE HAVE BABY'S SUPPORTERS ,-- - Pr. 15c Km ; ANkJeTS, Sizes 3 - 4 - 4. Pink Yellow Blue, White -. --30c KNIT OVERALL SUITS - SHIRT $1.00 - OVERALLS H-W Great big envelopes with zipper "losings, carry-all pouches and casual shoulder strap bags in colors to match your outfit. 59c RUBBER PANTS Medium - All Rubber Part Wool TRAINING PANTS 59c Elastic All Around - Double Crotch Colorful Costume Handbags Mr. Helen K. Jackson. Montezu ma n ndmitted to the Vermillion 3.98 plus tax With Clever New Details. county hospital Wednesday as a me- dical case. VISIT OUR TOY DEPARTMENT DOLLS - PULL-TOYS - BABY MUFFS -.BLOCKS I -BANKS - TEDDY BEARS - BALLS - GAMES - BOOKS - HOBBY HORSES - STUFFED ANIMALS - TEA SETS - i uiu sipiia Uennett. Clinton, was Hpacious carry-alls in pouch, envelope and top-handle styles. Models to o with every costume, in black and rich winter colors, ' - KAVOX FABItir ilVES HHc 'admitted to the county hospital yes-terdav as a medical case., j , Miss Betty Scptt. Anderson Street '.and. -Mrs. Hatue Amaii. Vine Street MICKEY MOUSU "ruin - A. ,.!. dinmisse4 from the county fSujTcHRISTMAS SHOPPING NOW HAVE THOSE GIFTS FVti BAx 00 LAID AWAY AT THE BABY SHOP , , , ,. I hnspitl ysierday. i

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