The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 22, 1944 · Page 4
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November 22, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 4

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Wednesday, JVoycmber 33, 1H. THE .D AILY . CLINTONIAN Itege Four ClasiiHed Ads SeQMost Anythim nP,l and closing 1" '1"s"r .t01,1"(' Cu..?tal center of JM-ko.c u -gary's fifth-largest c. . I ROBERTA'S Clinton Social TVofesjfr columns Hearing iu """;"',, Wednesday Reds Posed For Ail-Out Blow At Nazi Riga Garrison (Continued: Tom Fag 1) Past Chief Club, 7:30 p. m. at the home of Agnes Llewellyn, North BEAUIJY SHOP m 137 North 7th St. 1 - PHONE 184-W i T-ERMANENTS I Given at night Z Fifth street with Mis. Scullion as sisting. Women of the Moose, regular meeting, 7:30 p. m. at the hall on Blackman street. i-il of Budapest, howi'ml ..i-,--.---o be conso'.iiWUing their l-'.-rather than attacking, preparing fu " final drive into the endangered bastion city. . a ' Miss Cla.iille Jennings who is em-,, Indianapolis .pent the week end will, her parents. Mr. a d Mrs. Claude Jennings. Mrs. (.eorge ozold of Louisville, Ky. " week end visitor at the Jennings home. Oet In the Scrap! Business meeting at home of Miss MONUMENTS 0 A Complete Line a For Service Drop Us A Card E. W. Walsh Monument Co. 2114 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indiana on the Hungarian front, the Russian communique announced the capture of Verpelet and its railway stalion. only eight miles south of the vital communications center at Eger. Marshal Malinovsky's troops, In the meantime, continued fighting toward the vital rail junction at Hatvan, 22 miles northeast of Uuda- Linbergs Entertain Sunday With Thanksgiving Dinner The Young Peoples Class of the First Presbyterian Church enjoyed their annual Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Rev, and Mrs, Linberg last Sunday. The afternoon was enjoyed In making planB for the winter activities and Rev. Linberg read the Thanksgiving story. Guests attending were Mary May Kyle, Betty West, Helen Bodnar, Norma Davis, Donald Austin, Helen Elliot, Donald Kispert, Margaret McLatchle, Mary Irene Cannady, Martha Louise Reed, Barbara and Joann Christopher, Dorothy and Eleanor Linberg, Opal Nevins, Rosemary Stultz, Charlotte Reed and Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Linberg. Universal Bunco Club Meets Monday At Recreation Hall Seventeen members of the Happy Hour Bunco Club met at the recreation hall Monday evening for their regular meeting. Mrs. Blrt Cox was taken Into the Elise Meyer, 332 South Third Street. 8 p. m. White Heather Circle, Mrs. Walter Burnslde, South Seventh street, 7:30 p. m. . ThursHay Pocahontas Lodge meeting at 7:30 p. m. Bunco and euchre at 8 p. m. No Red Cross Surgical Dressing Have a Coca-Cola Refreshment calling Classes Thursday afternoon. Friday Wabash Camp 1517, RNA, regu lar meeting with Mrs. H. B, Miller 914 Elm street, 7:30 p. m. 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 Wakofe Club Holds Formal Dinner at Clinton Hotel Monday Candlelight Initiation Services Held For New Wakofe Memlier; Two Guests Mrs. Miteliell Anil Miss Aucr Attend Club Meeting Tte formal Thanksgiving dinner of the Wakofe Club was held In the Vermillion room of the Clinton Hotel. Monday evening. Mrs. Mary Ann Davis, president, and other officers of the club, conducted impressive candlelight Initiation services for two Wakofe candidates, Mrs. Margaret Bates and Mrs. Delia Goldner. A T-shaped table was beautifully decorated with lighted ivory tapers and a bowl of baby mums. - Mrs. Florence Auer sang a lovely solo during the services. Corsages were presented to the new members. Mrs. Rosalie Mitchell gave an enjoyable book review, "Green Dolphin Street" written by Elizabeth Ooudge. The next meeting will be in charge of Mrs. Wilma Myers and Mrs. Thelma Prall on December 4. - Members present were MrB. Lillian Ashley, Mrs. Martha Costello, Mrs. Mary Ann Davis, Mrs. Margaret Jared, Mrs. Vlasta Karanovlch, Miss TaimI Lahtl, Miss Hazel Laugh-lln. Mrs. Wilma Myers, Mrs. Glen Paloncy, Mrs. Kay Pesavento, Mrs. Thelma Prall, Mrs. Leona Ralston, Mrs. Evelyn Scott, Mrs. Nan Shew, Miss Kathleen Taylor, Mrs. Mary Helen Henry, Mrs. Delia Goldner, Mrs. Margaret Bates, Mrs. Jo Pesavento and the guests, Miss Auer and Mrs. Mitchell. call Peg Helms, 622-J by Wednes day. Clinton Township Farm Bureau 8 p. m. at the Crompton Hill school house. Bring a pie. Newport Auxiliary To Launch Membership Drive club as a new member. Bunco was played with Mrs. Mafalda Soyack winning bunco; Mrs. Grace Brann, high; Mrs. Mary Ambro, low and Mrs. Rose Mary Searing, travel. Mrs. Ambro will be hostess for the next meeting. Golden Star Members Meet At Archer Home Recently Mrs. Mary Archer entertained the members of the Golden Star Club at her home recently. Bunco was played following the short business session with Mrs. Thelma Alexander winning high; Mrs. Mattie Morris, bunco; and Mrs. Esther Bynum low and travel. A drive will be held during the next two weeks by members of the American Legion Auxiliary Post No 184 to get other eligible Newport women interested in belonging to their organization it was decided at their regular meeting held in the legion hall, Thursday night. Cluders Entertain Tuesday For Home Economics Club Mrs. Vernon Cluder was hostess yesterduy afternoon for the members of the Clinton Township Home Kionomlcs Club with Mrs. Charles Cluiler as assistant hostess. The meeting opened with the members singing "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" and Mrs. Ted Kaiser giving the history of the song. Mrs. James Houston was in charge of the devotions on Thanksgiving and the quotation of the month was read by Mrs. Ward Farrington. Roll call was answered by giving a Thanksgiving quotation from the Bible. Cheryl Sue Huffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Huffman, received the baby bank. Mrs. Earl Shew gave her report on the county Achievement Day held at Newport the first week in November. During the business meeting, plans were made for a Christmas meeting to be held at the home of Mrs. Fred Myers with Mrs. Ward Farrington as assistant hostess. The lesson, "Care and Cleaning Wood Surfaces" was given by Mrs. Bess Wright. Contests were enjoyed with Mrs. John Dunkley receiving the prize. The meeting closed with the repeating of the Home Economics Creed. Those attending were Mrs. Wright Van Duyn, Mrs. Emmett Wright, Mrs. Jack Murray, Mrs. John Dunk-ley, Mrs. Earl Shew, Mrs, Paul Foltz, Mrs. Veda Kelley, Mrs. Ward Farrington, Mrs. Bess Kaiser, Mrs. Bess Wright, Mrs. Fred Meyers, Mrs1. Herschel Shew, Mrs. Wesley George, Mrs. Kenneth Foltz, Mrs. James Houston, Mrs. John Brown and the hostess. One guest, Mrs. Gerald Cluder attended the meeting. Bunco Played Recently At Mystery Pal Club Meeting The November twentieth meeting of the Mystery Pal Club was held at the home of Mrs. John Giacherio. Following the business meeting bunco was played at ttiree tables with prizes going to Mrs. Joe Ver-colio, bunco; Mrs. Jasper Gillio, high; Mrs. Simon Turchi, mystery package: Mrs. Anton Bogetto, travel and Mrs. Giacherio, low. Delicious refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games by the hostess. Guests attending were Mrs. Millard Holden and Miss Lena Giacherio. The next meeting will be held December 4 with Miss Virginia Per-if etti as "hostess.- "J - - '""' Mrs. Sims Hostess For WWC Members Tuesday Members of the WMC met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Joan SimB where an enjoyable evening was spent. Those attending were Mrs. Betty Kerr, Mrs. Ruth Nolan, Mrs. Mary Five members were present at the meeting and Mrs Jack Siattery who Delicious refreshments were serv recently moved to Newport from . . , the familiar red cooler invites you to today's crowded stations people are on the move. Across the ' land, familiar red coolers for Coca-Cola invite them-and you to pause and be refreshed with ice-cold "Coke". Yes, at home and abroad Coca-Cola has become a higb-sign of friendly refreshment. OTTIED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY TERRE HAUTE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Terre Haute became a member dur ing the meeting. Mrs. Guy Barry, president, presided at the meeting It's natural for popular names i to acquire friendly abbrevia I tions. That's why you heat 7 Coca-Cola called "Coke". and since an election of officers has not been held yet, Mrs. Alten Rose acted as chaplain and Mrs. John W. Carithers as secretary. Following the salute to the flag the group sang America and the pre amble to the constitution of the if American Legion Auxiliary was read in unison. During the business meeting the group made a list of Newport women who were eligible to belong to the auxiliary and it was planned that ed and the next meeting place will be announced at a later date. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carnell and daughters, Cathryn, Karen and Barbara of Hobart, Ind. visited a few days with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. John Carnell and mother, Mrs. Henrietta Carnell of North Fourth Street. They also visited Mr. Car-nell's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sturgeon of west of Universal. S 2c Kenneth Wallace whose address is now New York, N. Y. spent a night last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Wallace of North Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace have another son, Sgt. Richard who is now stationed at Camp Gordon, Ga. V Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bildilli of West Terre Haute had as their dinner guests recently Mrs. Margaret Steir and son, Johnny Lee, Mr. and Mrs. John Steir of Clinton, Mrs. Glennie E. Jackson, West of Clinton, Beware Coughs a from common colds xThat Hang On Creomulsion relieves promptly because It goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen arid expel germ laden phlegm, and aid m.ture to soothe and heal raw. tender inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Ted your druggist to sell you a lottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way It quickly allays thi: cough or vou are to have your money back. CREOMULSION For Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis during the next two weeks each of these women will be contacted. Those present at the meeting were Mrs. Barry, Mrs. Carithers, Mrs. Rose, Mrs. Siattery, Mrs. Ralph Ad ams and Miss Mickey Van Sickle, i 9 Mrs. Sophie Petrascu returned to Chicago after spending several days visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stier and 'other relatives and friends of Clinton. FRIST Good Light for I Donna Ijee-OMver of Clinton and Mrs..- Sophie " Pertascu of Chicago. " ' OBSERVE WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. John Steir of this UNERAL HOME r. k . - Rev. . Perkia and -.family . and Mrs. Richard SVallaee and baby, Richard, Jr. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dicken and son of Dana left Tuesday for Arizona where they will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ellis spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Shull and family of Fairview Park. Seeing Activity DAY OR NIGHT i AMBULANCE SERVICE , city celebrated their thirtieth wedding anniversary recently. Dinner guests were Mrs. Sophie Petrascu of Chicago and Mrs. Margaret A. Steir and son, Johnny Lee of Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Oliver of Chicago spent a few days with their daughter, Betty, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Oliver of North Main street and to attend the Senior Class Play, as their daughter was a member of the cast, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bolinger of IB Martist, Mrs. Marcella Sollars, Mrs. Beulah McDonald, Mrs. Dorothy Adams, and the hostess. Refreshments were served during the evening and the next meeting will be held Tuesday, December 5 with Mrs. Martis on South Seventh street, S 2c Robert Edwin Smith of Norfolk, Va. spent his leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Galvin E. Smith of Fairview Park and other relatives, Mr. and Mrs. John Shull and family of Fairview Park. Great Bend, Kans. are spending several weeks with their daughter, Mrs. George L. Carey, and family of Wal a good Syedea, for every, CHILD AND PARENT TO MEMORIZE Mr. and Mrs. Frank Filchak of South Bend, formerly of Clinton, are the parents of a son born on November 14. The infant has been named Dennis Allan. Mr. and Mrs. Evelyn Pruett are the parents of a son born Monday at the Vermillion county hospital Monday. The infant weighed seven nut street. pounds 11 ounces and has been nam y lYour eyes-your children's eyes-are precious posses. ed Selgle Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Banker of Greensville, Ind. are the parents of a son born November 17. This is the first child and the mother was the former Miss Margaret Jennings. sions . . . too precious to risk in Door Iitht. "still mn v MORE WAR BONDS 1J0SRITAI of us are careless, forgetting that eyestrain is constantly trying to wear down delicate eye muscles, nerves and or. ganisms. And every time we let eyestrain take over, we're permitting another step toward possible permanent eye injury. ' ' , VTith the modern, scientifically developed lighting ? , aids at everyone's disposal, there's little excuse for per-. Mrs. Mary Hayes, 831 South 6th Street, and Edward Lechner, North 7th Street, were admitted to the Vermillion county hospital Monday as medical cases. Mrs. Bessie Warmath, Newport, and Mrs. Marie Thompson Box 232 ft mining eyestrain to get a foothold. Remember Better ? of Clinton were admitted to the S. i county hospital as surgical cases. jIight means Better Sight! Let's get that Evedea firmly '" Miss Katheryn Maden and Mon roe Maize were dismissed from the hospital Tuesday. ' in mind, and keep it! ' TAKE THESE EASY STEPS TOWARD BETTER IIGHTINgV Our Armed Forces, advancing on all fronts, need our support through the purchase of War Bonds. Local Western Union Office Installs New Tele Printer Starting today, the local Western Union Office is operating the office and handling telegrams via Tele Printer, which is a printing telegram supplementing the Morris operator. M. C. Holliday, office manager, an nounced today. O Avoid glare, from bare bulbs. Don't sit facing the light. GLARE STRAINS EYES! - ' J O Have your eyes examined regularly. If they are defective, vision can be greotly i helped with properly fitted glasses, This the latest method In com O D " reading, studying, sewing, or Came playing cfose to a good light source -preferably a modem reading lamp vith a white lining. ' O Avoid shadows. Make sure you have good light directly on your book or work. Remember -SHADOWS STRAIN EYES. munication and will enable the local office to move its business much faster. Also effective today, the of fice hours will be changed to open at 7:45 a. m. to 12 noon, and from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. X t When the local office is closed. telegrams may be found at the de FOR BETTER SIGHT pot. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION H . Let Cattle Work Utilize the frp lahnr rt .r441 PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF INDIANA, INC. dairy animals, hogs, work stock and poultry Jn Harvesting grazing crops so that labor m.iv he cavori b rri cheaper products and gains ob. lain ea.

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