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Clinton, Indiana
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Monday, December 4, 1944
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r Pag Three THE DAILY CLINTONI AN Monday, December 4, 1914. Classffed Ads Sell Most Anythinf HE'S LOOKING AT HIS NATIVE LAND Clinton Social Notes fiTmsr Martial Law In Athens as Riots, Strikes in City (Continued from page 1) ,JI0N OF A armed a body of approximately Knn members of ELAS, the Greek Liberation Front militia, who entered the Athens-Piraeus. Athens waB in darkness last night as the result of a continuing strike by power plant workers. Genera Scobie has ordered all Hie ELAS troops and the KLAH police to leuve a large area around Athens and the Piraeus, including the Marathon Dam. Any ELAS forces found In this area after, midnight Wednesday will be regarded as "enemies". ELAS troops outside this area In the Hinterland of Attica are to reman where they are and any movement by them will be considered as hostile. RUBBER STAMPS For Every Purpose 48-Hour Service THE DAILY St. Bernice Conservation Club Makes Christmas Plans The St. Bernice Women's Conservation Club met Friday and made flnnl plans for their Christmas party which Is to be held at the Vermillion Room December 15. Seventeen members attended the meeting. Election of officers was held with Mrs. Ernest Skinner being elected as the new president, Mrs. Harve Mc-Cauley, vice-president; Mrs. Cyrus Bodle, treasurer and Mrs. Stanley Reed, secretary. Mrs. Reed McOlnnls was the winner of the door prize. Delicious refreshments were Berved by Mrs. Louise Burns, Mrs. Ernest Skinner and Mrs. Esther Hiddle. The next meeting will be held on January 5. B.B. Club Meeting Held At Marietta Residence i Mrs. Helen Marietta was hostess n ,rWrJ v ( CLINTONIAN Monday Wakofe Club, 7:30 p. m. at the Clinton Hotel. Broulllet Chapter, D. A. R. meot with Mrs. Fred Porter, 618 Mulber1 ry, Mrs. Fred Meyer, assisting. Members are to bring rummage to send to Kate Duncan Smith's Bchool, D. A. R. Tuesday Delta Theta Tau Regular meeting in Half Century Club 7:45 p. m. WWC meet with Mrs. Mary Jane Martls, 1223 South Seventh St. All members urged to attend. Minnehaha Club, 7:30 p. m. Dreamland Pleasure Club, meet in the ball. Wednesday Tri Kappa Regular meeting at 8 p. m. with Mrs. H. H. Wisehart, 424 Blackman Street. Tempus Fugit Study Club, 7:30 p. m. at the home of Miss Margaret Blower in the Rosenblatt apartments. The Golden Star Club, Mrs. Louise Morris, 7:30 p. m. Woman's Relief Corps, 2 p. m. Bring dime for party. Thuraflav Golden Rod Girl Scout meet at Hill Crest, 4 p. m. One o'clock luncheon of Section Three of WSCS of Methodist Church at home of Mrs. Martha Adams; 730 Blackman Street. Assistant hostesses, Mrs. Arthur Tombaugh, Mrs. John Anderson, Mrs. Charles Walker, Mrs. Clarence Wright, Mrs. William TImmerman, Mrs. John Stein, Mrs. E. W. Cordingley, Mtb. Harry Van Duyn and Mrs. Willis Satterlee. Mrs. Walter Jones, devotions and Mrs. George Kamm and Mrs. Dave Salmond, program. Bring covered dish and table service. A meeting of the hostesses will be held at 7 p. m. Monday with Mrs. Adams. Thursday evening at her home for December Footwear Billings-Preston Vows Heard At Keller Home Mrs. Tahltha Hell llllllnus, Dunn, and James Prmtuii or Mniitegiimn were untied In innrrlime In n slimle ring; ceremony performed recently at the home or .Mr. nml )ln. Ivun Keller, where Mm. Illllluu hud an apartment. Hev. Lloyd Hrliuplich, pastor of the Momentum Christian Cllurch, read the vowh. Mrs. Preaton chime a Knld and brown three piece cnsenihln with matching accessories and a eorsnKe of deep pench and gold color chrysanthemums as her wedillim attire. Attendants at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Keller. Miss Mnxlne Lewis. Dana, and Jiiek Ilendrlx, Hillsdale. Both Mrs. Keller and Miss Lewis wore brown dresses with matching accessories. Mrs. Keller wore a corsage of yellow button mums and Miss Lewis' corBiige was of Talisman roses. Immediately following the ceremony, refreshments were served nt the Keller home. A three tier wedding cake decorated the bride's table which was In a blue and yellow color Bcheme. The couple spent their wedding trip in Chicago with relatives. They are now residing in Montezuma where Mr. Preston is a stationery engineer for the Panhandle and Eastern Pipe Line Co. Mrs. Preston 1b teaching in the Hillsdale grade school where she will complete this semester. S3HS5m3 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell of 610 South Main street entertained with a chicken dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. Campbell's eighty-third birthday anniversary. Their son, Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. Campbell and family of Dana attended. Since Mr. and Mrs. Campbell of Dana will be unable to celebrate Christmas with their parents, they received their gifts Sunday. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at the home of Mrs. May E. Hains were Miss Mary Janette Snodgrass of Olivet College, Kanakee, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Elgan Snodgrass, Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Hains and daughter, Joyce and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. ( UTTll DAVID HAVEY, New Zealand-born son ot an American marine, seems pretty pleased with the U. S. as he gets his first glimpse of it through porthole at San Diego, Cal. Shown with the happy youngster If his mother and Sgt. B. Jeffries of Los Angeles. (Internnfinnilt December Calls For The Extremes In Footwear the members of the B. B. Club of Blanford. Bunco was played at two tables with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Bessie Runyan, bunco; Mrs. Orfina Bizzy, high; Mrs. Annabell Hamrick, low and Mrs. Agnes Bohinc, travel. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting is to be held December 14 at the home of Lucille Marclnko. Miss Blower To Entertain Tempus Fugit Study Club Miss Margaret Blower will be hostess for the members of the Tempus Fugit Study Club Wednesday large to contribute to this program and every citizen should take ad vantage of this opportunity to show his appreciation to those who have given so much in the defense of our nation," Mr. Lemstra declared. "The American Legion's objective," he said, "Is a Merry Christ mas for every hospitalized service man and woman." Fairview PTA To Sponsor Holiday Carnival Tuesday "Christmas Holiday," a festival at the Fairview school will be sponsored by the Parent Teachers Association of Fairview school on Tuesday, Dec. 5, it was announced today. Each room of the school Is sponsoring a project with such amusements as bingo, fish ponds, cake-walks, peep shows, art galleries, and evening when the club meets at her Sturdy, Weather Resisting Shoes For The Street R4 rm home. Mrs. Dow Mitchell will have charge of thhe devotions; Mrs. Ray 1 U0$PVITAI e" not a home talent show, school officials said. One room will have a counter Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Reed and son, Jerry Jene had as their guests last week, Mrs. Chris Setree of West Frankfort, 111. and Mrs. Dinah Snider. Mrs. Setree is now visiting with i. onA Mro AloT Pavey will give the Reader's Digest Review; and Mrs. Pete Scagglari will' give the topic of the evening. Final plans will be made for the Christmas party. SSgt. Cecil Gllmore of Terre Haute and Josephine Aroia of Chi of needle work. Larry Hlnshnw, ninomlngdale, An One of the biggest attractions will drew Sollnrs, Rockvllle, route one, and Martha Jane HuHsell of Dana, waugh. Sr. 'and other relatives in . be the crowning of a king and queen. .. All candidates are from the eighth were dismissed from the Vermillion Clinton. cago who have been visiting Mr. and grade, including Elsie Schull, Oe- county hospital Saturday. Light, Frivolous Footwear For The Holiday Dances And Parties. Mrs. Albert Gllmore the past week Mrs. Dan Talu of Walnut street i . ' lores Stash, and Shirley Miller com peting for the queen crown and Ro returned to Chicago Saturday morn Mr. and Mrs. Bryon Siepman of Jasonville, 111. and daughter Leny Jill were week end visitors of the parents, Sam McReynolds. meo Stash, John Carrera, and Ron. aid Janik in the contest for king. was dismissed from the county hospital Sunday. . . Classified Ads Sell Most Anything ing. Mr. and Mrs. Doowin McReyn-olds and sons, Billy, Dickey, and Jackie of Crete, 111. were visitors of The doors will open at 5 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McReynolds "Give a Gift For A Yank who Gave" This Christmas ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 North 7th St. PHONE 184-W PERMANENT8 GIVEN AT NIGHT Let Us Show You Vitality's ' Mrs. Mary E. Hains is spending a few days with her grandson, Doowin McReynolds of Crete, 111. fflsm I (Continued mm pare 1) For Street And Sportswear Tweedies For Street Or Dress FBI KM Mr. and Mrs. John Frallor, 829 North Seventh Street, are the parents of a boy born last month. The baby was named John. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Booe of Klngmap, Ind., are the parents of a son born Friday, Dec. 1. The infant weighed six pounds 14 ounces and has been named Charles Mel-vln. The baby's mother was formerly Miss Margaret Winifred Braden, of Mr. Lemstra continued, but the don Spoils Sleep Tonight, or is requested to placa an enclosed card containing his name and add ress with the gift. The packages will be wrapped at the Central Gift Shop DR. O. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For Those Who Need Them wops mm BnjtWnj I Eisln- I Invitis I R.xtful I Sleep I You'll like the way Va-tro-nol works right where trouble is to open up nose-relievo stuffy transient congestion. (Also grand for relieving snillly. sneezy, stuffy distress of head colds.) Follow directions In (older. ROSENBLATT'S in Indianapolis where the gifts will be wrapped, boxed and earmarked for distribution to the various hospitals in such a way that each hospi Phone 173 248 Blackman St. CLINTON, IND. BUY BONDS talized veteran will receive a gift VICKSVA-T2I9-I3QL of approximately the same value. Gift wrappings such as tissue pa i III" y per, ribbon, twine, gift boxes, shipping cartons may be purchased and ,u - - lit " sent in addition to the gift. Dec. 10 has been set as the Indi ana deadline for receipt of gifts in order to allow sufficient time to properly prepare and distribute the gifts by Christmas Day. EVANGELISTIC SERVICES Collection centers have been des Danville, 111. Indiana Judge Denies Need for Robes in Court CROWN POINT, Ind. Justice and not "pageantry of bygone days" is the aim of Indiana courts, according to Judge William J. Murray, of Lake Criminal Court, who said that robes are no indication of fairer judicial decisions. He was commenting upon a suggestion of the Chicago Crime Commission that jurors wear robes to add dignity to the courts. Judge Murray said that there is no Indiana law to provide for the wearing of robes by jurists, or even to require judges to don the black garb. Few county judges In Indiana wear robes although they are donned by Hammond's Superior Court Jurists, who received them recently as gifts of the Hammond Bar 1 WINNING T COMBINATION... ZWBhj f It's a team that can't be beat this 1 1 YsS 1 combination of OLMSTEAD'S CLEAN- 1WN JL AM) I'KKHHINU. It's a team that ffJjML Ju 5 rejuvenates garment fabrics, restores UOfi I original color ami pattern. To reach the f 1 goal or social and business success team I jU C dftnsteads j A LITTLE BITTER" I j Phone 129 220 Elm St. ignated at various Clinton stores and a Motor Fleet will pick up the gifts on Dec. 11 and take them to the Sixth District Center in Terre Haute from where they will go to Indianapolis. "No amount is too small or too AT THE JIFFY CROCHET 7322 I fKllil 1 DIAMONDS.... CALVARY BARTIST CHURCH 237 Blackman Street CLINTON INDIANA CAPTIVATING GIFTS 1 WSlpgi r Rev. I). I.. Ixuiiheed for her 'for him Never before in our history of dealing in fine merchandise have we offered a more beautiful selection of diamonds brilliant, scintillating gems of rare quality and at reasonable prices. Time dims all things, but the fire of a diamond, the gift that is never forgotten, always appreciated. DECEMBER 317 i.f I by Alice Brooks With Rev. D. L. LOUCHEED EVANGELIST Bringing The Messages Each Evening at 7:30 - SPECIAL MUSIC - A Cordial Welcome Awaits You COME! BRING A FRIEND! Keep her snug, warm and smartly dressed this winter in this crocheted cap and mitten set. Done in no time. Tops with tots or teen age. Works up fast in knitting worsted. Tse red, white and blue. Pattern 7322 has directions for set in sizes 2 to 4. 6 to . 10 to 12 rears. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins for this pattern to The Daily Clin-tonian. Household Arts Dept., 564 West Randolph Street. Chicago 80. III. Print plainly NAME, ADUKESS and PATTERN NI'MltEK. Our new 32-page Needlework Book Is yours for Fifteen Cents more . . . 130 illustrations of designB for embroidery, home decoration, toys, knitting, crochet, quilts. CLINTON Phone 607-W 3k Headquarters for Keepsake Diamonds 215 S. Main

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