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November 28, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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PageThre THE DAILY CLINT ONI AN J Tuesday, November 28, 1944. LARGE AS LIFE eral articles were destroyed, it was reported. A reward of $25 Is offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the thief, Harley E. Youmans, chief of police, said. (j CMon Social Notes jH' ROBERTA'S , BE AUtfY SHOP 137 North 7th St. PHONE 184-W PERMANENT9 GIVEN AT NIGHT Tuesday Annual roll call of Pythian Sis- tors 7: so n. m. Each Sister attend ing Is to bring pie or sauuwiches. Bethel No. 5 Holds Semi-Annual Inspection Party Camllellglit Initiation Services Held At Methodist Church For Kourtwn Candidates; Grand Guardian Of Indiana Is Present Mm. I.nrna Bollng. Grand Guar Get ln ttia scrap! w Wednesday Women of the Moose meeting at the hall, at 7:30 p. m. All members please attend to discuss plans for attending the charter night supper at Terre Halite, Thursday evening. Friendly Bunco Club, Mrs. Mayme Osborne, South Fourth street, 7:30 NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE SELECTIONS FOR THE BOY! dian of Job's Daughters of the State or Indiana, Washington, Ind. was the inspecting officer at the Beml-an-Cllnton, Ind. order of Job's Daugh p. m. Voirview WKPS of the Methodist ters held Friday evening. Louise mini Inanoctlnn of the Bethel NO. 5, Church meet with Mrs. Homer Rit-chey, 1:30 p.m. All Methodist women are urged to attend. Pall. Honored Queen of the local chapter, presided at the meeting In ThuracUiv fhnreh Fpllowshln meeting at the a very capable manner. A delicious chicken dinner was Guests At Grounds' Home Over Holiday Season Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Grounds during the holiday season were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Grounds and daughter, Maxlne of Linton, Earl Grounds of Duggcr, Mrs. Merlin Grounds and son, Bob of Lyons, Mrs. Barbara Thomas of Bloomfleld, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shake of Sandborn, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Grounds, Mrs. Charles Murray and son, Lee Ray of Clay City, Miss Alice McCauley and Miss Bonnie Jones of St. Bernice. WAll BOND AWARDED Forest Mack, Newport, was a-warded a war bond at the Delta Theta Tau Thanksgiving Dance Friday night at the Aragon. Proceeds of the dance, which was well-attended, will tie used to further the organization's charitable and philanthropic work both locally and nationally. Mrs. Frank D. Wile and daughter, Thelma Jean of Hazel Bluff have returned home after spending two weeks with Mrs. Wile's mother of Ironton, O. iroirvipw Methodist Church at 7:30 St. Bernice Residents Entertain On Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Armstrong of St. Bernice entertained with a Thanksgiving dinner last Thursday. Guests were Mrs. Rebecca Wagner of Falrvlew, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hopewell of Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wagm-r and daughter, Rosalee of Washington, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cheesewrlght and son, John, and daughter, Janice of near Dana, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ken-zor of Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Eph Wagner and son, Jimmy and daughter, Brenda of I.lbertyville, Mrs. Hubbard Inman and son, Jimmy of St. Bernice and Miss Wilms Armstrong. Local Couple Observes 25th Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jamea of 803 Vine street observed their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary, Sunday, November 19 at their home. Open house was held with guests present from Champaign, 111., AVest-ville, 111., Terre Haute and Brazil. The couple received several lovely gifts and flowers. p. m. Bring cookies or doughnuts. served at 5:30 p. m. at the Methodist Church for 65 Job's Daughters, parents and guests. Tho tables were Disced In a U Stltch-in-Tlme Club, i:au p. m. Mrs. Harry Morgan, South Sixth street. 'Acme Club, Mrs. Harry Kelley, Walnut street, 7:30 p. m. shape and beautifully decorated with bowls of baby mums ana tan leaves. Fall colors of orange and brown were carried out In decorating Friaay Ttv.n rinh. 2 d. m. with Mrs. Max fhA hall Four columns decorated In lne Turner of South Fifth street. orange and brown formed an aisle In by Alice Brooks front of the altar and the words, The Federated Patriots CluD allied with the Women's Relief Corps meet at Terre Haute, Friday with iha Mnrtnn Toms. A covered dish 'I.orna Bollne" the Grand Guardi an's name was spelled out on the columns. Baskets of large yellow chrysanthemums were arranged throughout the hall. dinner will be served at noon. Each member to take a 10c gift for the Xmas grab bag. Impressive candlelight initiation ceremonies were conducted for four Rorhara Rurean. Eleanor Archer, teen new Job's Daughter candidates. The following candidates were ini Betty Geller, Mary Lou Gilfoy and Marie Jones. A dream come true for any little girl a doll as big as a real child! She'll love dressing her in the size 3 clothes she herself has outgrown. A playmate large as life 32 in. tall. Has "real" eyelashes (yarn) and hair to braid. Pattern 7331 has pattern of doll only; directions. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins for this pattern to The Daily Clln-tonian, Household Arts Dept., 564 West Randolph Street. Chicago 80, 111. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS and PATTEHN Nl'MHKK. Our new 32-page Needlework Book is yours for Fifteen Cents more . . . 130 illustrations of designs for embroidery, home decoration, toys, knitting, crochet, quilts. tiated: Shirley and Rose Marie Hen-rleraon. Pattv Nolan. Beverly Crow- Council members attending the In spection were Mrs. Peg Helms, Guardian; Ray Shew, Associate Guardian; Mrs. Letha Griffin, secretary; m Stella Kamm. treasurer: Mrs. der, Kay Pittenger, Margaret Ma-den, Mary Margaret Lawson, Peggy Goodman, Betty Harrison, Billy Lou Heckelsburg, Juanlta Jackson, Mary Sue Tucker, Geraldlne Huffman, and Wilhemine Nowling. Corsages were v w wr -m - m Wynne Dempsey, director of music and Miss Virginia Shew, director of finance. 1 -Anniversary nresented to the Grand Guardian (inputs were Mrs. Boling. Grand and all of the candidates. Guardian, Mrs. Sarah Lawson, Mrs. Thplma T.awson. Mr. and Mrs. Perley The Grand Guardian was escorted Kaat thrnnerh an aisle formed by Jackson, Mrs. John Vrablc, Mr. and the Job's Daughters, while Mary Lou CHS Student Council To Present Concert-Recital Clinton HiEh School's student Mrs n. F. Harrison. Mrs. Buth D. Alley, Mrs. Sadie Nowling, Mrs. El mer Nolan. Mrs. Cora w. Harrison, Mrs. Nelle Robertson, Mrs. Gertrude council will present Otto Schacht, Monday, Dec. 4, at 9 a. m. in the High School gymnasium, Mrs. Helen Johnson, Senior High School princi Demonstration Month ! j Marking the Twelve Months that REVOLUTIONIZED HEARING COSTS! Stewart, Mrs. Hazel M. Foncannon, Mrs. Laura Hardy, Mrs. Robert Foncannon, Mrs. Ray Goodman, Mrs. Dean Bartlett, Mrs. Bertha Beard, Mrs. Wanda McGuire, Mrs. Leonne pal, announced today. nttn Kchacht. one of America's Gilfoy sang "Always." me Honored Queen presented her with a gift from the local chapter. Mrs. Peg Helms, accompanied by a number of members from the local chapter of the Delta Theta Tau, presented Mrs. Doling, who is also a Delt, with a gift from the local Delt Chapter and wished her every success during l)er vear ln ""Ice-Honorary certificates were presented to Eleanor Archer, Mary Lou Gilfoy, Betty Geller, and Marie Jones best concert artists, will give what is said to be a "perfect lecture re m riark Grand Ruth. o. E. S.. Ca cital. " Hln wide range, resonant yuga; Taimi Lahti, Mrs. Margaret voice, and matchless diction, please Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Huffman Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Huffman. all tyes of audiences. Mr. Schacht will sing and lecture Mrs Marie Jardine. Mrs. Thelma by Mrs. Boling. on fine arts, including the fine arts Butts, Mrs. Lucille Salmond. Mrs. ft if ' "" of living. Hazel Burgan, Mrs. Bertha Kennedy, Miss Marie Jones, Mrs. Hazel innpn Mm. Luis. Earles. Mr. and Befokb November, 1943, you would have had to pay up to $200 for a quality hearing aid. Then Zenith introduced its fine quality, precision Radionic Hearing Aid for only $40. Zenith's precision mass production and elimination of costlv sales methods made this possible. The message given by Mrs. Boling was very instructive and greatly enjoyed by all. Mrs. Leone Clark, Grand Ruth of the Order of Eastern Star was present and was also conducted East as was Mrs. Wanda Mc-Gulre who was the first Guardian Mrs. Floyd Guinn, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Harris, Jr., Terre Haute, WOOLS AS WELL AS CORDUROY! Fingertip Coats in Wool and Corduroy . . . Reversibles or Regular Coats We Can Lay Them 'Away for You Support the Sixth War Loan! BUY BONDS ROSENBLATT'S Police Seek Vandal Who Broke Into Sexton's Office Clinton City Police are searching today for the person or persons who entered the office of the Cemetery sexton at Riverside Cemetery, Saturday night, Nov. 25. Although nothing was stolen, sev- Rev. and Mrs. L. F. DePoister, Mrs. Margaret Eaton, Mrs. Thelma Graham, Mrs. Thelma Donald, Mrs. Inez Cogan, Mrs. Violette Staats, Mrs. of Job's Daughters. They each gave short talks. ah off leers rave their work in a Marfnrle Henderson. Mrs. Rav Shew. very impressive manner. Those pres Mrs. Esther Heckelsburg, Mrs. Bea ent were Louise uan. nonoreo Ouppn. Hilda Lou Salmond, Sr. Prin Griffiths, Mrs. Marvell Call. Mrs. Marguerite Harrison, Mrs. Margaret r.eller. Miss Rettv Geller. Miss Ar cess: Betty Jane Davis. Jr. Princess; Thus began the Crusade that Uwered the Cost ot Hearing. Today-12 short months later-the Zenith Radionic Hearing Aid has already restored thousands upon thousands to the world of sound . . . become the nation's most popular hearing aid ! , It has brought, too, a new "look of youth" to the hearing aid '.. . new confidence and poise to its wearers . . . through its Neutral-Color Earphone and Cord. Visible parts are even less mticeaiU than eyeglasses! To extend the benefits of "Radionic Hearing" to still greater numbers of the hard of hearing of this community ... to mark the 12 months past that have revolutionized bearing costs... we are devoting this Anniversary Month to special demonstrations of the Zenith Radionic Come in. There's no obligation! cher, Miss Gilfoy, Mrs. Mary Mack, Notice! The Cllntonlan Wants Voor News. Please Call Miss Lear To Report Social News. Phone 82 or 88. -y Mr. and Mrs. Charles crowaer, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pittenger, Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Kimble. Carolyn WhltcomB, Mary tveiyn Griffin, Mary Katherlne Sawyer, Margaret Ilene Piani, Vera Jane Eaton, Mary Lee Vrablc, Eileen Donald, Gloria Osmon, Sally Cogan, Martha Jardine, Marian Neilson, Myra Griffiths, Betty Edler, Norma- lee Knopka, Barbara Yowell and td-ith Graham. Other Job's Daughters nresent were Carolvn Dunlan. Geor- PDCDflDQP gina Alley, Dorothy Helen Guinn, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peck and daughters, Joan and Patty Lee and sons, Jimmy Gene and Ralph Bo-hannon of Peoria, 111. spent Thanksgiving here visiting relatives. Betty Rose Sweazey of Terre Haute spent the week end with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Luce of the Wabash apartments. Mrs. Emma Horn of North street vxr 11 11 Goodttcus! rot FOIKS WITH SNIFFIV Head Colds (3D, THE j0 RADIONIC tili Con.plls.wlHiNeutml-ColorarphoM 4U 1 Cord. Mod.l A-2-A AaxoUi bf American MtdictLl AtttKiatio Coutal on phyucal Kediett AIM Avellobk-The New Bone-Conduction and Bone-Air Zeniths for those whose physicians recommend these special types. Each only HO more, complete. accidentally fell Friday evening in front of the creamery on North Main street sustaining a painfully injured right arm and hand. Quick relief from distress of head colds Is what you want. 60 use Va-tro-nol.Afew drops up each nostril soothe Irritation, relieve congestion. Also helps prevent many colds from developing if used ln time. Just try It ! Follow directions ln folder. OSPvlTAL PRE-HOLIDAY CLEAN-UP OF JUMPERS & DRESSES St.OO $2.00 $3 00 VICKSVATCOKOL 9K At... 3 31 REDUCED! JONQUIL DISHES list0"!: CLEARANCE! WOMEN'S SUITS and COATS ir 16 23 "Harlan's Hardware Store .00 Rolen Johnson, 424 North Seventh Street; Mrs. Nancy Feather-land, Rural Route 2; Miss Charlotte Spears, 351 South Fourth, and Mrs. Mary Savant of Blanford were admitted to the Vermillion County hospital Sunday as medical caBes. Andy Mekoke, 1250 North Ninth street, and James A. Roderick, five year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Roderick of Hillsdale, were admitted to the Vermillion County hospital Sunday as surgical cases. Mrs. Alice Brockway, Cayuga, was admitted to the county hoBpital as a fracture case. Service For Four JT filazod Finish U Headquarters for Toys I LH'M-I:t UUMi M.'.f-MIJIri HA'jmcm I SECT! UN WOMEN'S 8 OXI. V Model Airplane Kits FALL HATS .00 MEN'S SUITS . 50c .- OM.V Men's PILE LINED JACKETS S5.00 and m m Wooden Airplanes GAMES Bingo Quiz Kids Mail-a-Game J8 U ! 0. n n lft-orative TEAPOTS 4.00 Essex China I I BUILD-A-SET TOYS 5 TRAIN AND STATION i I NAVY FLEET FRIST si 5k MimTh Wool Itlizzarri MEN'S 50c WINTER CAPS 3k FUR FELT HATS S2.00 GLASS TUMBLERS 3k I i--.',.ir.,:i EDUCATIONAL TOYS Blackboards Magic Slates SEWING KITS FOR GIRLS for 25 c FUNERAL HOME DAY OR NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE PMONI.IO Boy's FINGERTIPS .00 And JACKETS 4 Boy's CORDUROY 50 JACKETS L 8 Only lloy's Wool SAILOR O-50 SUITS L MKV'S TIES :.50c MISSES SWEATER f.00 DICKIES I S OXI.V ALL WOOL BLANKETS 7.OO Slightly Soiled I 75c RUBY VASES 3k WOMEN'S 3k ONE TABLE 10c HAIR BOWS MEN'S TIES MEN'S SrSPEMlKKS Boy s and fiirl s iYXV II ATS Others SWEATERS 4V50 2 All Wool Button Picture Sets Dart Games Ouija Boards Pull Toys Ride-a-IIorsey Tiny Tots' Red Rocking Chairs Harlan's Hardware Store 354-356 No. Ninth St., Clinton 3k MISSES SLACK 4.00 SUITS 4 3 er a V ti. 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