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December 5, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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THE DAILY CLINT ONI AN.. 1 f Pagn Three Tuesday, December 5, 1944. 0SRITAI Clinton Social Notes 2! Reed-Keith Vows Heard At St. Bernice Monday Mrs. Florence Welsh Reed of St. Bernice and Dr. P. E. Keitu of Richmond, Ind. were united in marriage at 10 a. in. Monday, Nov. 27 at the Reed home In 8t. Bernice with Rev. M. J. Jones oi !',ie First Nazarene Church of Richmond read wutoa aAmlttaA ti tho Vnrmlllfnn I County hospital yesterday as a fracture case. ing the vows. Miss Orpha Hunt Lt. A. Curtis Wed At Gary Recently Local Girl Weds Anny Air -Corps Lieutenant In Ceremonies Heard October 7 At The Ht. Marks Ilwtory In (iary, Ind. Announcement has been made of the marriage ot Miss Orpha Hunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Hunt of North Eighth street, to U. Alexander Curtis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baranyo of Gary, Ind. The marriage was -solemnized by Msgr. Joseph 8. Ryder at the St. Marks rectory on October 7 at Gary. Attendants at the ceremony were Eugene Bord, Montezuma, was admitted to the county hospital as a medical case. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Board and Mrs. M. i 1 J. Jones, Richmond. rmn-E 1, whch mkktixc; Mrs. Guy Harrison will entertain the members of the Circle 1, W8C8 at her home on South Sixth street at a one o'clock luncheon TueRday. Assistant hostesses are Mrs. Hay Woods, Mrs. Clay Neal, Mrs. Lizzie Wagner, Mrs. Pearl Trlbble, Mrs. Lula Dutell and (leorKlu Anderson. (iuests are to brlnR their own table service and covered dish, also a ten cent gift for the Clu-islmas grab bag, Mrs. J. J. Wllkerson and two sisters of Georgetown, III. were Monday guests of Mrs. Halph Campbell. TU bride chose a two piece suit Roy Buckner Honored At Surprise Party Saturday Mr. and Mis. W. F. Buckner of Blackman street entertained with a surprise birthday party in honor of their son, Hoy Saturday evening. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jeffries, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Morris and little son, Vernon and the surprise guest, Miss Mary Iielle Ewing of Alexandria. The evening was spent enjoying music and dancing. Delicious refreshments were served. KXOAOK.MKNT ANNOI NCKD Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Wells of Centenary announce the engagement S GIFT of leaf green with matching hat as her wedding attire. Her corsage was Reducing Marathon Pays off for Hoosier Farm Boy, Prize Pig a single orchid. The newly married couple visited in Indianapolis for a few days. The marriage was announced follow The bride was attired In a street length dress of grey crepe bright (Continued from page 1) ing the services at the St. Bernice ened with sequins with black acces sories. Her corsage consisted of tal Tears coursed down Raymond's cheeks, but he was obdurate. It broke his heart, but the trek continued. When at long last the porker and LOUISE'S ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 187 North 7th St. PHONE 184-W PERMANENTS ' GIVEN AT NIGHT of their daughter, Phyllis to pic. Clyde Dugger of the U. S. Army. A definite date has not been set for the wedding. . GO TO CHUECH SUNDAY Raymond were completely exhast- Nazarene Church Sunday. Miss Dorothy Mae Miller of Indl-anopils visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nlckie and children of Summit Grove called Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dehnbostel and daughter of Indianapolis were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Hollingsworth. 4 IS READY FOR CHRISTMAS . . . ARE YOU? YOU isman roses and babys breath. Her attendant, Miss Dorothy Ka-rel, was attired In a kelly green crepe dress with a corsage of roses. Immediately following the ceremony a small reception was held at the home of the groom's parents. Mrs. Curtis has been employed In Gary for the past five years. Lt. and Mrs. Curtis are at present making ther home In Columbia, 8. C. where Lt. Curtis is taking further training as a bombardier in the Army Air Corps. Friday Noon Luncheon Held ed. Prince triumphantly weighed In at 299 pounds. Even more triumphantly, a little later, Prince cashed In on his walkathon by getting the grand championship. Raymond, curled up on a bed of straw with his prize porker, exclaimed: "Gosh, I've never been so happy WILL FIND OUR STORE LOADED WITH PRACTI- j CAL GIFTS IN INFANTS' MISSES' AND WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR! 2 DR. O. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For Those Who Need Them or tired, but I wouldn't be surprised if I lost more weight than Prince did." EARLY SEASON PURCHASES HAVE ENABLED Phone 175 CLINTON, IND. 848 niarkinan St. At Octette Club Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snoddy, 1329 ' ' Jehovah Witness Minister Arrested by Local Police Taze Gibson, 22, a fugitive from Mrs. Dorothy Hild was hostess to',' ... - , g TO FIND ITEMS. i 1 a boy born yesterday at the Vermil Justice, was turned over to an F. B. I. agent Sunday, Dec. 3, after he a noon luncheon held Friday. The regular business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Julia lion county hospital.. The baby weighed seven pounds 14 ounces and has not yet been named. was placed under arrest by Chief LET US HELP YOU WITH Hatfield. of Police H. E. Youmans. Gibson, 1602 South Fourth Street STOP IN TODAY S YOUR GIFT LIST. Bunco was played with Mrs. Lou has been a member of the ministry of the Jehovah Witnesses' since ise Petak winning high; Mrs. Uva Plttenger, travel; Mrs. Hall, bunco; and Mrs. Hatfield, low. Other guests were Mrs. Marion gouthard, Mrs. Mary Kimble, and Mrs. Helen Heacock. Destroyers Lost In Night Fight In Ormoc Bay (Continued trom page 1) 1942, police department reported yesterday. Gibson was formerly of Meridian, Miss. 5 Our complete line includes: DRESSES (WOMENS, JUNIOR MISSES, IN The American destroyer was one if of several that challenged three en Used Tires Off Rationing INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. The Indiana District Office of Price Administration had informed Hoosier motorists today that they may buy FANTS). (Just received a nice shipment of large jj size dresses in the better numbers) f 5 emy destroyers steaming towards Ormoc, the Japs' last stronghold on used tires if they can find them. Leyte Island. Although it was under heavy at Tuesday Circle One, WSCS, Mrs. Guy Harrison, South Sixth Street, one o'clock luncheon. tack bv enemv tornedo Dlanes. Gen. since there are very few used , RUBES (Chenille, quilted satin ana veiva Jtueeces; ?Z:ZZi Prices range from $6.95 to $16.95. tioning yesterday, it was pointed out. i S 1 MacArthur rennrted that it was like. BUY A GIFT FOR A YAtI WHO GAVE AS SUGGESTED BY EDDIE CANTOR FOR SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN IN GOVERNMENT HOSPITALS BUY YOUR GIFTS NOW AND LEAVE THEM WITH USI ASK ANY CLERK for INFORMATION HELP A WOUNDED SOLDIER HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS ueua ineia 4au gu. ,y a (loatjng mlne whch ank thB i" nan iciiluij v ' craft. 5 INFANTS NEEWS (Clinton's most complete line for m. I I&rnnrlne enemv air attacks and GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY WWC meet with Mrs. Mary Jane Bhore (r(!i the AmerCan Fleet of de- Martis, 1223 South Seventh bt. All BtroyerB immediately challenged the members urged to attend. enemy craft and when the smoke of you to choose from) j S O HEAD SCARFS AND FASCINATORS (Many, many Minnehaha Club, 7:30 p. m. the battle was cleared one enemy IS colors and styles. All moderately priced.) ship was on the bottom of the bay and another severely damaged. No mention was made of what happened to the third enemy vessel. During the fight, six Jap planes, COATS (A style, size and color for everyone on thej THOUSANDS ARE CHOOSING IT for better hearing and tmarter style at v I and probably two more, were shot Dreamland Pleasure Club, meet in the ball. Wednesday Trl Kappa Associate Chapter, Mrs. John Gllmour, 8 p. m. Christian Church Sunday School Board meeting 7 p. m. Friendly Bunco. Club, Mrs. Hazel Smith of Fairvlew at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Bridge Club will meet with Mrs. J. R. McGuIre at 2 p. m. from the skies. On the following day all Jap In feminine side of the family) Infants Coats from $8.95 " 4 Junior Misses from $16.95 Womens Coats from $19.95 V $ stallationa in Ormoc and Palompon were given a steady lashing by Fifth $ Air Force fighters. 40 Thev set fire to stores and ware instead of Mrs. J. L. Hayek houses and wrecked the jetty at Parke Home Makers Ec Club, cov-, Ormo0 and ,., north o( paiomDon. ered dish luncheon with Mrs. Citrf- another west coa8t Beanort several READY TO WEAR- complete with rodi-onic tube, crystal microDhona. Neu it O HANDBAGS (Fine fabrics and genuine leathers) j I Price range from $2.99 to $7.95 i K A TI A WTPO (T)-:,aJ nln,'H winlf i.inli-trfi ord Bell assisted by the officers. Re-. mneg northwest of Ormoc, they sank gular Christmas party. a 1,000-ton Jap transport. White Heather Circle, Mrs. Wll Ham Graham, Walnut street, 7:30 tral-Color Carphone end Cord, battoriei. Ono model, no "decoyi" . . . Ono price Ono quality Zenith' finett. Overwhelming Swing to the New If V ITXIIILCU UI1CB, Jiaill iiUlvl Of UIWiw-vviv.u I and white sheers) I r Priced from 29c to 75c p. m. While continuing torrential rains have alowed ground operations, the Doughboys fighting through the mountains east and south of captured Llmon, at the northern end of the Ormoc corridor, reduced by-pass Trl Kappa Regular meeting at 8 p. m. with Mrs. H. H. Wlsehart 5 STUFFED TOYS (Teddy bears, dolls, rabbits, pan 424 Blackman Street. Tempus Fuglt Study Club, 7 das and others ) p. m. at the home of Miss Margaret Blower in the Rosenblatt apart ments. ed enemy pockets and at one point captured, undamaged, a complete field battery and 21 machine guns. Another series of enemy strong-points was mopped up by the Dough boys, with artillery support, in the mountains west of Dagaml, in the central portion of the island. SWEATERS (SELECT FROM ' NATIONALLY The Golden Star Club, Mrs. Lou FAMOUS REGINA OR RITMOR BRANDS) Car-i A WONDERFUL GIFT FOR THEM! SHOP NOW! USE OUR LAY A WAY! ise Morris, 7:30 p. m. Woman's Relief Corps, 2 p. Bring dime for party. ThursfJav Pocahontas Lodge 7:30 p. m. bun digans or pullovers, short or long fsleeves. Priced from $2.99 to $7.95 X SNO-SUITS AND LEGGING SETS (You'll love the quality of the fine warm ones we haye selected for your approval. $8.95 to $24.95. t co and euchre at 8 p. m. Missionary Society of First Chris kADIONIC HEARING AID with NnilTdl-Coltr Uarpbtnu and Cord proves conclusively that no one need pay more than 40 for a quality instrument. Come in for a demonstration. Let your own ears be the judge. No elaborate testing. No frequent "adjustments." Aeetptid by American Mmiical A$miaim Council M Pbyucgl Thtrnpy tlan Church will be held in the base ment of the church at 2:30 p. m Mrs. J. L. Hayek, hostess; Mrs. Rev DePoister, devotionals, Mrs. Roy CHRISTMAS SPECIAL December 1-15 Duart Oil Permanent $3.50 Make An Appointment Now ADAMSON'S BEAUTORIUM Phone 502 855 8. Main earrings, ladies cig- I Butts, lesson. O NOVELTY JEWELRY (Pins, arette cases, compacts etc.) I Golden Rod Girl Scout meet at i Hill Crest, 4 p. One o'clock luncheon of Section 'Three of WSCS of Methodist Church jgj O GLOVES, Mittens (Limited supply) " 'at home of Mrs. Martha Adams, 73C Blackman Street. Assistant hostes IS TTMnTTRTlT! I f-ramia o1!r.o nontiao Vwrl -innlrpt.H i V 9 ses, Mrs. Arthur Tombaugh, Mrs. iimj(vcitif(ttH(imiftcfMi(ic(f.( Beautiful garments in better quality, k John Anderson, Mrs. Charles Walker, Mrs. Clarence Wright, Mrs. Wil- . liam Tlmmerman, Mrs. John Stein, 1 Mrs. E. W. Cordingley, Mrs. Harry i m SKIRTS (Fine woolens in plaids and colors) I Van Duyn and Mrs. Willis Satterlee. Mrs. Walter Jones, devotjons and Mrs. George Kamm and Mrs. Dave BLOUSES (A gift that she will love to get, we have a wide assortment of stvles to choose from) t Salmond, program. Bring covered ( -g dish and table service. A meeting of the hostesses will be held at 7 p. m Monday with Mrs. Adams. Just received a new large shipment of Miss America' ' Brassieres and Garter Beltii. Get your today. There Is No Substitute For Style and Quality . . . Get Both At... I i i ALL. WOOL SINGLE BLANKETS FRIST FUNERAL HOME DAYO NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE mom ioa 9.90 In m Heavenly Choice' of Bedroom Shade Antwerp Blue, Green, v Cherry Wood, Rose Dust 1 UORDS . RHTTBII , 'You'slip us a word. If we Tslip on it, we tlip you cash! Join lh fun this afternoon.' This Christmas our gifts should be lasting gifts . . . useful gifts. These fine 100 virgin wool blankets mean years of comfort to those who own them. A rich rayon satin binding accentuates the deep color tones. And they're guaranteed for five years against moth damage, Generous 72" x 84" size, 50 WOOL BLANKETS 6.90 47 NEW! DIFFERENT! YOU'LL LIKE ITJJ ,. HI IASIO Mtl POt IATUI0AY SHOW ..:r

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