The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 1, 1944 · Page 5
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THE DAILY CLINTONIAN V Page.FKe Friday, December 1, 1944. Stitch-In-Time Members Meet At Morgan Residence IS v"--r Clinton Social Notes Mrs. Harry Morgan of South Sixth Friday street was hostess for twelve mem. Christian Church Choir, practice bers of the Stitch-in-Time club which at church, 7:30 p. m. met at her home Thursday. Jolly Eight Club, Mrs. George Hall-Davis Wedding Vows Heard At Rockville Sunday During the business meeting which was In charge of Mia. Carl Sanders, 7:80 p. m. The lesson was followed by prayer ee at the Wabash River Ordnance and the class' theme song, "What a Works, resides in Clinton. The fifth Friend We Have in Jesus". j son. Dale, lives and works in Indt- ' Miss Lois Payton of Clinton and ' anapolis. ; ' Miss Nancy Lewis of Newport spent The Forlners have six grandsons. Saturday evening with Mrs. Mortl- Mr. and Mrs. John Park and dau-mer Lewis. ghter, Yvonne, and win, Wallic, spent Joann, Virginia, Betty and Ruth I Thanksgiving with Mrs. Park's par-Graham of Hillsdale spent the week- j onts, Mr. and Mis. Walter La Rue end with their sister, Mrs. Fern of Markhawk, Ind. A combination Pearman and son, Mickey. birthday and Thanksgiving dinner A short business meeting was j was given nt the La Rue home. Other conducted by the president, Mrs. Otis guests were Mr. nnd Mrs. Lawrence Watson. During the meeting, the ( i,a nuc of Torre Hnute and Mr. and class members voted 110 to the niln- MrBi Paul Slnghurse or lllnclthawk. Isterlnl support nnd made plnns fnrK(x hlrthdnvs were celebrated, the Christmas meeting. MrB. C. K. Mra oiu Kngllsli was the Wednes-Beehee and Mrs. E. 8. F.ggleston will . , . , . nf hrr ,i.tor. Mrs. HI., spent the Thanksgiving vacation with his mother, Mrs. Fern Holllngsworth of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Doty and sons, Jimmy and Ronnie, spent the weekend in Casey, 111. A family Thanksgiving dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stewart of Newport Thursday. The dinner was also in honor of their small son, Tommy, who celebrated his first birthday on that day. Those attending the dinner were, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stewart and family, and Mrs. Flora Stewart, of Newport, Mrs. Orpha Stewart of Newport and daughter, Mary, of Crawfordsville, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Saturday Seaman first class Joseph Warren Tea In honor of Mrs. DePolster, Saturday, 2:30 to 5 p. m. Christian Hall of Rockville and Miss Jane In low Davis of Seattle, Wash, were un Ited In marrlnge Sunday evening at Parite County Health Nurse Weds At Bloomington, Ind. Mis Alice E. Hillerman of Rock-vllle became the bride of Warren Gordon In ceremonies performed at the First Methodist chapel at Bloomington last Thursday afternoon. The single rlnR ceremony was read by Rev. Merrill B. McFall, before an altar hanked with green p.ilrnB and lighted candelabra. Miss Helen Oordon. sister of the bridegroom wae bridesmaid nnd the bride's cousin, Albert Ward, waB 5 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Church basement. Monday Wakofe Club, 7 p. m. at the Clin, ton Hotel. ' Mrs. Raymond Bramblett of Rock Miller, names were drawn for mystery pals for the coming year. Deli-clous refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Clark Shirley on Elm street, . ... Pfc. Ernest Marketto stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo, spent a ten day furlough with his wife and daughter. After returning to camp, Pfc. Marketto was transferred to vllle. Rev. R. Richmond Blake read Broulllet Chapter, D. A. R. meet the vows tor the double ring ceremony. Guests at the wedding were Mr. with Mrs. Fred Porter, 618 Mulber ry. Mrs. Fred Meyer, assisting. Mem. act as hostesses at the Christmas girt exchange will be and Mrs. Fred S. Hall, Kenneth and Mattlc Brown or Eugene and the Thursday guest or her niece, Mrs. Dowers in observance or . Mrs. bers are to bring rummage to send sle McClure and Mrs. Virginia Gels- 1 V1'" held nt that time. it was aecinca tnai neginning nui Tk ,ln Camp Bowie, Tex. . . Hubert Ray Hall, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bramblett and Edward and Loretta Bram I H-n l"ini-in. wn i i, 11 1 n,,., 3 ..... to Kate Duncan Smith's school, D. A. R. Tuesday Minnehaha Club, 7:30 p. m. Brown's 65th birth anniversary. A- Ier and son; Jerry, both of Osgood, Ind. and Mrs. Anna Reed of Hyme-ra, Ind. " Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dodson and family of Newport spent the week blett, Gertrude Lloyd and Mrs. Ella Dreamland Pleasure Club, meet In the hall. Wednesday first of the year, the class meetings will be held at the church every month instead of holding them at the members' homes. Mrs. Watson also had charge of the entertainment for the evening which consisted of guessing contests. Those present at the meeting were: Mrs. Beebee, Mrs. Eggleston. Mrs. Ella P. Hall. Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. W. C. Myers, Mrs. J. G. Potts. end with Mrs. Dodson's brother, Mr. and Mrs. John Williamson of Lake Village, Ind. On Sunday Mrs. Dod-son's sister from Chicago, Mrs. Woman's Relief Corps, 2 p. m. Cpl. and Mrs. Herman Tague, of Clyde Allen and husband, spent the Bring dime for party. Thuraflav ner was held at the home of Mrs. notlier sister observed her 77th anniversary that same day. Mrs. Earl Hoover of Newport shopped In Terre Haute Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Strand Ory and Miss Esther Murdock. all of Newport, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Ory's parents. Mr. and Mis. Fred Murdock of Silverwood, Ind. J CHRISTMAS SPECIAL day at the Williamson home. Marshall, Ind are the parents of a daughter born at the Vermillion County Hospital Friday morning. Miss Gladys Jane Lewis of Terre One o'clock luncheon of Section Three of WSCS of Methodist Church at home of Mrs. Martha Adams, 730 The Infant weighed six pounds and 13 ounces and has not been named Blackman Street. Assistant hostes Beard of Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall honored the newly married couple, with a wedding supper, after which the couple left for Oberlin, Ohio, where Mrs. Hall is attending college. Seaman Hall will report back to Great Lakes, III., and will be sent to San Diego, Calif, to be attached to the hospital corps. One Guest Attends Bunco Club Meet At Osborne Home Mrs. Thelma Holechko was a guest Thursday evening at the Friendly Bunco Club meeting held at the home of Mrs. Mayme Osborne on South Fourth street. Eight members attended the meeting. Bunco was played at three tables with prizes being awarded to Mrs. yet. Hante and Miss Martha Lewis of .Mrs. Fred Rander.s Mrs. Otis Wat-Avllla, Ind., spent Thanksgiving son, Mrs. Grace Parks and Miss D. with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. i Once Rheiibv. Mortimer Lewis of Newport. Gladys ' Mrs. Stanley Holllngsworth of Jane brought a friend, Esther Leh- Newport entertained her parents, man of Evansvllle, to spend the hoi-J Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Fortner, also ses, Mrs. Arthur Tombaugh, Mrs Ensign and Mrs. Paul Mills are John Anderson, Mrs. Charles Walk the parents of a son born at the Pa best man. Given In marriage by her father. I. C. Hillerman, the bride was attired in a lovely white marquisette floor length dress fashioned with a fingertip veil, and carried a beautiful bouquet of roses. Miss Gordon was dressed in a blue satin gown fashioned similar to the bride's and carried pink roses and white pompoms. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Indiana University Union building, after which the couple left for a short wedding trip. Airs. Oordon was graduated from Bloomington High School, the Methodist hospital School of nursing and Indiana University. At present she is serving as Parke County Health Nurse. The bridegroom is a graduate of Green Township high school and is engaged in farming in Greene Township, where they will reside. Couples Class Meets At Adams' Home Thursday i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams were hosts for the Couples Class of the First Baptist Church at their home Thursday evening. Mrs. Wilma Holt was in charge er, Mrs. Clarence Wright, Mrs. Wll llam Tlmmerman, Mrs. John Stein ris Hospital, Paris, 111. Tuesday. The Jidays at her home here. f Newport, In honor or the latter s Mrs. E. W. Cordlngley, Mrs. Harry baby, who has been named Richard Paul, weighed seven pounds and 11 Van Duyn and Mrs. Willis Satterlee. Mrs. Walter Joues, devotions and ounces at birth. Mrs. Mills Is the former Miss Caroline Sprauge of Pa Mrs. George Kamm and Mrs. Dave December 1-15 Duart Oil Permanent S3.50 Make An Appointment Nov ADAMSON'S ; BEAUTORIUM I Salmond, program. Bring covered dish and table service. A meeting of ris. Ensign Mills is on active duty with the supply forces of the U. 8. Navy, stationed at Leyte, Philippine Islands. The baby's grandmother is .. Jackie Newklrk of Clinton spent ' Z9th wedding anniversary which was from Thursday until Saturday with Nov. 19. Her sister, Mrs. Ralph Adams and I Mr. and Mrs. Fortner have five eamily of Newport. Betty, Janie and eons, and one daughter, all gradu-Barbara Adams accompanied her atea of Newport High School. Two home Saturday evening, returning to sons, Max and Donald, are In the their home in Newport Sunday night. Army. Max is now stationed somc-,. Mr. and Mrs. Alten Rose and where in France and Donald in New daughter, Evadna were the ThankB- Guinea. Another son, Marvin Is starving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. tloned at a naval air base at Mem-Lester Keen and son, Roger, and Ph'. Tenn., and Wayne, an employ- the hostesses will be held at 7 p. m. Monday with Mrs. Adams. Mrs. Benjamin Mills of 819 South Sybil Sperry, high; Mrs. Mary Shannon, bunco and travel; and Mrs. Betty Reed, low. Several group pictures were tak Third Street, Clinton. . Phone 3)2 - 333 M 8. Main en following the refreshments. daughter, Mrs. Robert J. Rose, ... Bloomingdale Lieutenant Killed in Action in Italy Lieut. John M. Hurley, 22, son of l(Cl(CI(IC(ICICI(CCICtK'IC'ICIClClCC(CW Other members attending were Mrs. Thelma Baxendale, Mrs. Mar-sonne Mott, Mrs. Margaret Crowder Make It i y Thursday evening. - Virginia Da Planty-of Newport spent the Thanksgiving vacation at the country home of Miss Peggy t y V Mr. and Mrs. Mel Hurley of Bloomingdale, has been killed in action in Italy, according to word received by his parents from the War Depart A Merry j y XmasFor Canaday. Miss Grace Canaday of Danville was also a guest at the IP Mrs. Harry Kelley Hostess For Acme Club Thursday The Acme Club met at the home of Mrs. Harry Kelley Thursday evening. Bunco was played at three tables with Mrs. Glenn Bridgeman winning the bunco and free-for-all prizes; Mrs. D. O. Hiatt, high; Mrs. Ed Cunningham, Becond high; Mrs. Cecil Arstead, low; and Mrs. Fred Mackel, travel. During the business meeting, plans were made for the regular Christmas party to be held December 14 at the home of Mrs. Janet Scott. A Christmas grab bag will be ment. Canaday home Thanksgiving. Baby ; i y y if 5 V The telegram stated that Lieut. Corporal and Mrs. Carl W. Seet Hurley had been killed in a plane and Mrs. Josephine Chambers. The next meeting will be held at Fairview with Mrs. Hazel Smith as hostess. POCAHONTAS MEETING Plans were made for the Pocahontas euchre and bunco party to be held next week at the regular lodge meeting Thursday evening. Bunco was played during the evening with Mrs. Carl James winning high: Mrs. Cliff Vitalle, second THE BABY SHOP crash in Italy on November 12. With Gifts From and family of Urbana, and Mrs. Ella P. Hall of Newport were guests f Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Parrett Lieut. Hurley, pilot of a P-3S y y w of the devotional period. Following the regular business meeting, a social time was enjoyed. Those attending were Rev. and Mrs. Ray Crawl, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Holt. Mr. and Mrs.- Ralph Fant, Mr. and Mrs. Gene York, Mrs. Chester Adams, Mrs. Morris Adams. Mrs. Florence Carlson, Mrs. Paul Simpson. Mrs. Mary Jewel, Mrs. Fern Ham-blin and Mr. and Mrs. Adams. Mrs. C. M. Brown of Bushton. 111. returned Friday after visiting since Wednesday with Mrs. Rosette Axton of Mulberry street. CUDDLY DOELS AND BEARS PULL TOYS Thanksgiving. Lightning fighter plane had received the Air Medal with two Oak Leaf Mrs. Edward Patera of Evanston, WALKING DUCK ACROBATIC MICKEY MOUSE Clusters. He was a veteran of more than 30 missions over Eastern and .";.WE0ve?eU "wife"; TODDLE DUCK - WHEELBARROWS Dana for a few days returned to RIDE 'EM HORSE RED CHAIRS DISHES BOOKS Central Europe. enjoyed. , ... He was graduated from Blooming- y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y I y y v y v y her home In Evanston Monday. AND FEEDING SETS dale High School in 1940 and attended Central Normal College at Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fortner of Danville. In 1942 be wa. appointed Newport were Thanksgiving supper y cjft Box(,d an aviation cadet, and was commis- ; suesta at the home of their daugh- sioned at Foster Field, Victoria, r, Mrs. Stanley M. Holllngsworth f. BUNTINGS 5.70 high; Mrs. Maggie Rhodes, bunco. A social evening was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson and family of Gary. Ind. left Tuesday morning for North Hollywood, Calif, after visiting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Thompson of route two, Clinton and Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Judy of route two, West Terre Haute, Ind. Texas. and sons, also of Newport. i g ' Barton Thomas of Chicago, a for- y ther resident of Newport, spent bis X Marvelous value, wide satin binding and ties. Separate Hood. Pink end Blue. Extra Values Baby Blankets 1,98 NiCri CJI ALITV I'El'HEREL RAYON BOUND BKA 1' T I F ULK M BOSS E D " PATTERN SATIN BINDING ' " - 4:00 51 ; All Wool Satin Bound f BABY ERMINE $5.75 ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 North 7th St. PROVE 184-W PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT i y Special Services to Mark Baptist Sacrifice Sunday Sunday, Dec. 3, has been at aside as Sacrifice Sunday throughout the world where there are Baptists. The school vacation with his grandmoth- y er, Mrs. John Thomas of Portertown, y north of Newport. j JJ . Mrs. Martha Sollars of Newport iwnt Ttinnlr?1vitip with her hua-J Df Cute Little PINAFORES $1.98 White With Dainty Lace Trim - PrintB And Check With Braid Trim '"f ', ' "l"a '"".band's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Char- Mrs. Mary Tate, 927 Walnut street, was admitted to the Vermillion County Hospital Thursday as a medical case. Ervin Walters. Cayuga, was admitted to the Vermillion County Hospital Thursday as a surgical ease. Mrs. Helen Frink of Dana was admitted Thursday to the county hospital as a medical case. Mrs. Fred Ricauda and Miss Jos 59C T " ' ' " " lea Sollara of Georgetown. III. ALL WOOL MITTENS Size 4 - - 8. Stripes. the program, "Out of the Darkness Light." which will be a candlelight j PAJAMAS sizes 2-4-6 BABY'S HANDMADE !)c and tl.00 service at 7 p. m. DR. O. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For Those Who Need Them Main speaking parts in the service will be taken by Lois Faye Adams. Forest Daughtery, Betty . Members of the Electa Sunday School Class of the Methodist Church of Newport held their regular monthly meeting at the church Friday Bight. The teacher, Mrs. Ellen Johnson, had charge of the devotions and read the eighth Psalm and an article entitled "The Lord Will Guide Us". THE BABY SHOP ephine Vletti are both patients at the Union Hospital in Terre Haute 320 South Main Street Phone 17S 248 Blackman St. CLINTON. IXD. where they were admitted wednes. day night as medical patients. Grey, Ted Morgan, Patty Holler, Rose Mary Jones. Dorothy Adams and Letha Adama. Lillie Maloney and Joan Lowery will sing. Mrs. Reitha Maloney has charge of the music. Newort News Mr. and Mra. L. A. Carter and EVANGELISTIC SERVICES PENNEY'S TOYS grandson, Francis Pearman, return- 9 ed to Oklahoma Saturday after apending two weeks with Mr. and V Mra. Lee Pearman and family of t S Newport. Misa Martha Jane Pear- I man returned to Oklahoma with f them. S Letha Mills of Rockville is spend- y ing this week with Mr. and Mrs. J Lee Pearman of Newport. y Mrs. Dora Harger of Newport S AT THE spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Rob-jJ ert Jones of Danville, III. ly Wall Blackboards e - y J. C. Harger of Indianapolis spent J Friday night with Mra. Dora M. fi Harger. jj Mrs. Ronald Moore and son. Da- y rid, of Dana. Ind., spent the Thanks- J Christmas fun with a blackboard S3 of their own. Durable wooden frame. giving vacation with her husband's S parents, Mr. and Mra. Walter Moore I J BUrkhoard ErMr 2Jr i,ar(;ek sizes it to wz.m CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 237 Blackman Street CLINTON INDIANA of Newport. Mrs. Moore will leave I g Thursday for San Francisco where IS she will Join her husband. Ensign I Moore who la stationed at Hollisterjy Field. Calif. S M M ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft a ft a a a a a a a ft a a ft a a a a a a a a a a a 2 a a a a ft a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Mr. and Mrs. Alten Roae and I y daughter. Evadna, Mrs. Robert J. I Rose, Mr. and Mra. Oscar Johnson of Indianapolis and son. Jean of j & , Great Lakes Naval Training Station I J Itev. I). L. LouglM-rd Push Toy For Tiny Tots Something different entertaining. All wood brightly colored iu red. bine and i Me yellow. I satW ftp; k 'q; I !$cjkfe A DECEMBER 3 1 7 were the Sunday guests or Mr. and g Mra. Harlan Weatherman of Catea. ' Mr. and Mra. Roaeoe Foos and y daughter, Peggr. and Mies Donna J Morgan. Miss Lois Bishop and Miss y Ruby Lee. all of Newport, attended J a movie In Clinton Saturday night, y Herman Eggleaton of Chicago and J Russell Eggleaton of Terre Haute V spent Sunday with their parents. B Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Eggleaton of J Newport. y Mr. and Mra. Alten Roae, Mra. 8 Lester Keen and Mra. Robert J. y Rose shopped in Clinton Monday afternoon. y With Mr. and Mrs. John Reel of Ind- j 5 Model Flying Fortress Right ofr the assembly line. Miniature of the B-17. Kflat Illustrated instructions. 9Uft Rev. D. L LOUCHEED EVANGELIST Bringing The Messages Each Evening at 7:30 - SPECIAL MUSIC - A Cordial Welcome AwaiU You COME! BRING A FRIEND! Give Her Something She Can I'm-! COTTON DRESSES j.98 to 3-98 H'b not only the briglit rolors nhe'll love, hm thp liule details soft self raffling around a square nfk. IKpIv fi'uk raxb. tracing a yoke, delicate iace editing on a nor k ft! (Jorwi tnin frrt f ianapolis were the guests Thursday eTening of Mr. and Mra. Roscoe Foos and daughter, Peggy. Mrs. Omer McMaatera. Mrs. Herbert Toumans and Mra. Dora M. Har-rer. all of Newport, apent Friday in Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Evans of Danville, 111., spent Thanksgiving Day with Mra. Gladys Holllngsworth and family. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mr. Howsrd Holliogwortli w-re Mr. d Mrs. Le Evsnr of Danville, ill. Frrin HnlHncwnrtfa nf ShMrinii. Plastic Dish Set Imagine!. Dishes for daughters growing doll famflr. lft aa J 111 P. d-?!im. VjU'O flnrvV. f'-l rut .(t.

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