The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 21, 1944 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 21, 1944
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Pag Three Tuesday, November 21, 1944. -THJC DAILY CLINTONIAN BABY DEPT. ( Clinton Social Notes $ Its Louise's For Better Infants Misses9 and Women's Ready - to - Wear! Nationally Known Lines of Mdse. Predominate in Our Stores, Guaranteeing Better Quality Thornton Baby Honored At Shower Given By Aunt Dennis Keith Thornton, two weeks old son of Mrs. Pat Thornton of Uni versal was honored with a shower recently given by his aunt, Mrs Catherine Vital!, at the recreation ball In Universal. The baby received many lovely and useful gifts. After the gifts Universal Patriot Oub Elects Officers Recently The Eighth grade Universal Patriot Club elected Dew officers at the meeting held recently. BoniU Montgomery i elected president; Joe Sturgeon, vice-president; Marguerite Lear, secretary; Billy Joe Granger, treasurer; and Delores Ann Tasso and Guy Neal Vanzo, committee chairmen. The class is enjoying the current events and the next meeting will be held Wednesday. Miss Hunter is the sponsor of the elub and Billy Caesar, reporter. 000 Mies Jennie Milan! and Nora Eastwood visited friends in Springfield, 111. over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Taylor were re IT'S TIME TO THINK OF GIFTS WHEN YOU THING OF GIFTS THINK OF DAINTY LINGERIE WE HAVE IT A WIDE QUALITY SELECTION were shown, cootie was played. Guests attending were Mrs. Mafal da Soyack and daughter, Anna Ma v y .1 , rie, Mrs. Rena Soltis and daughter Mary Louise, Mrs. Velma Vaughn, Mrs. Zetta Brann. Mrs. Grace Brann. Mrs. Margaret lwis, Mrs. Maggie Granger, Mrs. Jennie Cook, Mrs Rose Mary Searing. Mrs. Katie Gu- glielmetti, Mrs. Minnie Hyde, Mrs, Dresses Dresses Dresses Our Buyer Is Just Back From the Market With Dozens Upon Dozens of Gorgeous New Numbers In Fine Dresses! Select Yours Now For the Coming HOLIDAYS! Dorothy Castagnoli, Mrs. Minnie Quarello, Mrs. Lucy Kriss. Mrs. Ma ry Davit to, Mrs. Mary Secondino cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hoi lingsworth. Mrs. Thelma Curry, Mrs. Dorothy Panties preferred in lace laden rayon crepe or satin White - Pastels. Shop Louise's Today For Better Infant's Needs! Here At Our Store You Will Find High Quality In Infants Wear. We're Sure, Too, That Our Prices Will Please. Slip deluxe lace trim beauty in rayon crepe or satin. Tuesday Loyal Hearts Class of Christian Church meet with Mrs. Charles Doughty, Mrs. William Cogan assistant, 7:30 p. m. Minnehaha Club, at the hall, 7:30 p. m. Mothers Leisure Club, regular meeting, Mrs. H. B. Miller M Elm street, 7:30 p. m. Golden Star Club, Mrs. Mary Ar JUST IN! Knitted Bonnet and Mitten Sets Lace Trimmed PANTIES 1.79 Angora Trimmed la Pretty Pink SLIPS 1.99' to 4.95 cher, 7:30 p. m. $2.49 and White. Get Yours Today. Delpbians meet with Miss Dorothy Devonald, Main Street, with Mrs. Bertha Foltz as hostess. INFANTS SHIRTS Part Wool For Warmth! 39c 59c Universal PTA meet at the school-house at 7:30 p. m. Mr. Foulke of Giacoletti, Mrs. Theresa PHipovich, Barbara Godo and son, John C, Miss Helen Festa of Chicago, Miss Lena Quarello, Miss Rose Mary Kay, Miss Smell a Latinovich, Mrs. Pat Thornton, Mrs. Catherine Vitalie and children, Billie Lou and Charles Anthony. Regrets were received from Icea Brocco, Maggie Vallosio, Pete Dal-ton, Mina Bybee, Helen Granger, Dorothy Latinovich and Mary Godo. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Pat Thornton, Mrs. Minnie Hyde and Zetta Brann and Lizzie Troskey. Refreshments were served at one long table decorated in blue and white with a miniature blue and white bassinet and doll as the centerpiece. The baby's father, Cpl. Mac E. Thornton, is now stationed at Camp Butner, N. C. 0 0 0 Octette Anniversary Meet Held at Heacock Residence The first anniversary meeting of the Octette Club was held at the home of Mrs. Helen Heacock Friday afternoon. Following a review of all of the past work of the club, an election of officers was held with Mrs. Julia Hatfield as president; Mrs. Dorothy Hild, vice-president; Mrs. Marion Southard, secretary- treasurer; and Mrs. Mildred Hollingsworth, social reporter. The new president appointed Mrs. Pittenger and Mrs. Kimble on the flower committee, Mrs. Heacock, scrap book; and Mrs. Ruth Alley, Scott Field will show a movie. He FANCY INFANT SLIPS $1.19 $1.59 will present the charter to the boy scouts. Delta Theta Tau Regular meet COAT 'N' LECCINC SETS from 8.95 Bright coat 'n' legging sets to keep her warm and well-dressed thru winter! Many with gay embroidery velvet trims! Furred styles, ing in Half-Century Club, 7:45. Pink and Blue Knitted KIMONOS 99c Wednesday Women of the Moose, regular meeting, 7:30 p. m. at the hall on Pink and Blue Outing flannel KIMONOS 99c Blackman street. Business meeting at home of Miss Elise Meyer, 332 South Third Street. DiO'r Wool Pink. Blue. While INFANT'S BOOTIES $1 8L M J). 8 p. m. White Heather Circle, Mrs. Wal ter Burnside, South Seventh street, 7:30 p. m. Fairview Park Home Economics Winter's Here And Here's An Easy Way To Keep Warm With One Of Our QUALITY COATS Choose From Clinton's Largest Selection. DONNYBROOK'S DONNY LAINE'S YORK MODES f SC GINSBERG-SERKES COATS FOR INFANTS, JUNIOR MISSES and WOMEN Club, Mrs. Roscoe Walker, 1:45 p. BETiER QUALITY SOFT BABY SHOES Pink, White, Blue Felt $1.50 White Kid $1.25 Baby Craft Shoes $1.25 (You Make Them Yourself) too! BRING YOUR LITTLE BOY OR GIRL IN AND LET US FIT HIM IN A NICE, WARM SNO-SUIT Idle Wile Club, Mrs. Guy Harri son, 8 p. m. Thursday Baby Bunting $4.95 - $8.95 Best Quality - Pink. Blue, White Tl I Bootie and Sacque Sets Veiva Fleece - Pink and Blue No Red Cross Surgical Dressing Classes Thursday afternoon. Friday Job's Daughters, inspection, 7:30 p. m. Dinner at the Methodist Church, 6:30 p. m. Master Masons and Eastern Stars are invited. Anyone wishing to attend the dinner call Peg Helms, 622-J by Wednesday. Clinton Township Farm Bureau, 8 p. m. at the Crompton Hill school-house. Bring a pie. $1.49 A Nice Gift A Good Buy sergeant of arms. Mrs. Mildred Hollingsworth was honored with a surprise birthday party. Bunco was played with Mrs. Pittenger winning high; Mrs. Southard, bunco; Mrs. Heacock, travel and Mrs. Hollingsworth, low. Others present were Mrs. Louise Petak and Mrs. Lucille Briggs of Winslow. She is the sister of Mrs. Heacock. 0 0 0 Carole Louise Chiado Is Honored On 4th Birthday Mrs. Eunice Chiado, of Blanford. entertained at her home Monday afternoon with a birthday party in honor of her daughter, Carole Louise's fourth birthday. Those present were Gary Max Hollingsworth, Joan Judy, Mrs. Mil- HIGH CHAIR PADS Durable And M AA Waterproof V5I AKKiAOK JJA1S $1.49 Washable At Water Proof Crib Sheets 'Awhorita" si iq si 9Q i 10$WTAI STUFFED TOYS PULL TOYS OUR PRICES WILL PLEASE YOU CENUINE 100 WOOLS FOR MISSES As Low as 1 6.95 We have up to size 52 LARCE SELECTION OF " ""k" Mis. Maden. 427 South . ,j. Fourth street. Mrs. Frank Kazake MUSLIN BABY SHEETS 36" x 54" 98c' T ' T Z p vVa 10 North Eighth street, and Baker of Clinton, Mrs. Paul Vestal giith and children. Marga et lion County no8pita, guoday med. Ann of Chicago, 111., Mary Lou i . , . in ,.a .h i, ical cases. Baby Clothes Hangers (I Satin Covered $1.0011 tens. Mrs. Chiado. Baby Record Books 79c Up Mr. Andrew J. Wises. Newport, and Mrs. Catherine Mayrose, of Ja-sonville, Ind. were admitted to the cntintv hnsnital Mondav as medical CLOVES By Max Mayer TOP QUALITY MATERIAL and STYLE ANGORA TAMS $2.49 100 Virgin Wool FAMOUS BRAND LABELS NELLY DON CLAIRE TIFFANY CAROLE KING JUNEBENTLEY JOAN MILLER IRMA HILL JO-DEE OTHERS 8.95 10.95 12.95 14.95 16.95 19.95 22.50 24.95 GET YOURS TODAY Iutc Wool Knitted Buoy HOODfc For $1.29 Mrs. Delena Birch, North Main. Mrs. Ruth Colburn and baby, South Main street, and Mrs. Mary Greenlee and baby of Westvllle, Ind. were dismissed from the county hospital Monday. 1.19 and up Quality Broadcloth ROMPERS Or iu Soft Knitted Style Pink. Yellow. Blue. White $1.49 to $3.99 SWEATERS Refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were served at a beautifully decorated table, and favors were given to the guests present. Games were played following the serving of refreshments. The little honor guest received many lovely gifts. Thanksgiving Dinner Held At Octette Meet Saturday - Members of the Octette Club entertained their husbands with a Thanksgiving dinner Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pittenger. Following the dinner, euchre was played with Mrs. Ted Taylor and Frank Petak winning high; Mrs. Robert Kimble, travel: and Dick Hatfield and Mac Hollingsworth, lone. Those attending were Mrs. Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Southard. Gerald Heacock, Arthur Hild, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kimble. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hatfield. Frank Petak. Mr. and Mrs. Hollingsworth, and Mr. Indiana in Danger Of Missing Quota for Nurses INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. For the first time since Pearl Harbor, Indiana may fail to reach its quota in enlisting nurses for the military, it is announced here by Miss Ethel R. Jacobs. R. N . Chairman of the Ind SANITARY PLASTIC g RATTLES 49c Up f See The Above New Numbers Just In. A Fine Quality SNO - SUITS for GIRLS at REGINA RITMOR All Colors of the Rainbow To Choose From 2.99 to 7.95 Bebt Quality - Kiastic All Around SOAKERS AND I TRAINING PANTS f 45c 59c 69c ' iana Procurement and Assignment j 16.95 Service for Nurses. When the Army recently sent word of an urgent need for 10.000 more nurses by January 1, instead INFANTS T-SHIRTS Sizes 1-6 f IQ Clever Stripes I I of by next spring as were the orig-' inal plans, Indiana was given a quota of 203. To date, only 40 nurses have been recruited, leaving 154 needed to fill the quota. Pin-tale Corduroy OVERALLS Q Sizes 1 - 8 0I9 LP Baby All Wool Sweaters While. Blue. Pink, Ked $1.49 Up ROBE SETS $3.99 Up and Mrs. Briggs. Mrs. Thomas Vestal and son, Billy Jay. are spending a few days with Mrs. Vestal s mother, Mrs. Rei-tha Maloney. They will return to their home in Paris, 111. Thursday afternoon. Graduate registered nurses, between 21 and 45 years of age, are eligible. Those enlisting are commissioned as second lieutenants and receive an initial uniform allowance of 250. as well as allowances for maintenance. SEE OUR VAST SELECTION OF CHENILLE ROBES Children 3.99 up Misses 6.95 up USE OUR LAY AWAY PLAN ' FOR THOSE HANDBAGS asWv FINE FABRICS fr ) AND V CENUINE LEATHER r 2" 795 Plus 207c Federal Tax - BABY BLANKETS Color Combinations Finest Quality $3.99 Up mm DIAPER BAGS $2.39 . XM AS , GIFTS INFANTS DRESSES Finely Detailed $2.49 Up French Purge Committee Exonerates Chevalier PARIS. France Maurice Chevalier. French stage and screen star suspected of collaborationist activity during the German occupation, today was given a clean bill of health by the Music Halls Purge Committee. The committee, in an official statement, said that Cheialifr had given only one entertainment at a German prison camp. He was not paid and ten prisoners were released in exchange for his services, the committee reported. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dennis are the parents of a baby boy born Sunday, Nov. 19 at the county hospital. The infant weighed eight pounds and 13 ounces and has been named Michael Lee. INFANTS SLEEPERS SIZE ONE ONLY TWO PAIR PANTS $1.69 Do Your Xmas Shopping Now! ltvs Time to Buy a New DRESS -AT . LOUISE'S .-Hi. hi A NO iiU.NKhl FASTENERS FOR CRIB ROBERTA'S I BEAUTY SHOP I 187 North 7th St. E PHONE 184-W f PERMA.NENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT $1.19 AND CARRIAGE Sanitary PUhim Chief Product Tobacco is the chief item of Turkish goods shipped to the United Slates.

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