The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 7, 1944 · Page 5
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, December 7, 1944
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THE DAILY CLINT ONI AN l 'Page Flvtf Thursday, December 1, 1944. 1 Clinton Social Notes CLINTON STORE Thursflav Sunday school council of First BuntlBt church at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. John Swlckard, 49 South Wakofe Club To Sponsor Annual President's Ball Third street, 7:30 p. m. American Legion Auxiliary, Le Plana were made to sponsor the Women's. JVarht Chenille. DEB Club Meets Recently At Turner Residence Here iMrs. Maxine Turner of South Fifth street was hoBtess recently for the members of the DEB Club which met at her home. During the business meeting, natnnB tor mystery pals were drawn ror the coming year and plans were made for the Christmas party to be held December 15 with Mrs. Rovlne Baton on 8outh Fifth street. A pot-luck supper will be served. After the buslnesa meeting, bunco was played with Mrs. Baton winning bunco: Mrs, Jesse Richmond, high; Mrs. Edna Dugger, low and Mr. Louise Conner, travel. gion home, 8 p. m. Pocahontas Lodge 7:30 p. m. and euchre at 8 p. m. Friday Friday Literary Circle, Mrs. H. Wm's Rayon P. J's For Her sleeping heuuty . . . any girl will love these lovely, dainty rayon pajamas . . . fine quality, washable rayon, in beautiful, pastel pink. J QQ Sizes 32 to 40. OiJO Mrs. McQueen Honored At Farewell Dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Murl Cany entertained with a farewell dinner Sunday for 'Mrs. Coy McQueen who Is leaving in the near future for her home In Omaha, Nebr. for an Indefinite visit. Those present were Mr, and Mrs. Paul Campbell and daughters, Bar-bra Mona and song, Paul and Jtm-mle, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Russell and daughter, Donna, James McQueen, Mrs. Coy McQueen, Mr. and Mrs. Murel Carty and children, Judy, Betty and Larry. The afternoon was enjoyed In M. Forguson, 2:30 p. m. The blogra- GIFT ROBES t.hv of Chief Justice Holmes will oe reviewed by Mrs. W. J. Thomson and Mrs. O. E. Bingham. Modern Martha Class Christmas Mrs. Ora Doyle Hostess For Woman's Club Meet party at the home of Mrs. E. A. Lew in, 908 South Main street, 7:30 p.m. President's Ball to be held Tuesday, January 30 at the regulnr meeting of Wakofe Club held last Monday evening. Mrs. W 1 1 mil Myer and Mrs. Thelma Prall were In charge of the meeting. After the business meeting hearm were played and delicious refreshments were served. High prizes went to Mis. Vlaatu Karanovlrh and Mrs. Kay Pesavento, and low to Mrs. Margaret Jared and Mrs. Jo Pesa-vento. The next meeting will be a Christmas party at the home of MIrh Hazel Laughlln, Terre Haute. The committee chosen to be In charge are Miss Talml Lahtl, Mrs. Martha Cos-tello, Mrs. Lillian Ashley, Mrs. Mary Ann DavlB and Miss Hazel Laughlln. Members present were Mrs. Louise Costello, Mrs. Martha Costello, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Ollfoy, Mrs. Jared, 98 Sizes 12 to 20 The Woman's Club was entertain Women's Pretty Gift Hankies She always appreciates lovely, sheer hankies for Christmas! . , . especially ir the are from Root's large, huautirul selection of plain whites and OC prints. Large size. ftwp Kebekahs, 7:30 p. m, at the Odd ed Monday in the home of Mrs. Ora playing cards and surprise farewell Doyle. A one o'clock chicken dinner gifts were presented to Mrs. Fellows hall. After the business, I birthday party will be enjoyed. ; Sunday Kanna Delta Phi business meet Beautiful, tlilckly (lifted chenille on fine utmlNy iheeHng . . . the Id-ul gift for any woihttu.,,.WaBh-nhle . . . they look like new, even after many tubbings! Blue, Peu'ch, Wine. Slzca.12 ISO. Ing and Inspection and one o'clock Wedding Vows Heard For Universal Girl Recently Mrs. Isabel Farrlnglon of Univer at Antonlnl's restaurant. Dinner at 2, Oift exchange. Clio King am Mary Catherine Fullman, hoatessea. Monday BAPW club oarty Monday. Decern sal announces the marriage of her daughter, Helen, to Pfc. Arthur W. Wm's Lace Trimmed Rayon Cowns All women love beautiful, feminine lingerie , . . don't disappoint her on Xmas morning! Fine quality rayon with dainty froths of lace trimming at top. Pastel pink and blue, n no Sizes 32 to 40,' WiSm ber 11, 7 p. m. Brink 11 exchange gift. , Lucite Comb and Brush Set 3-98 Regular meeting Jerusalem 2H4 O. E. 8. at the Masonic Hall. 7:30 p. m. Xmas party bring 2Go gift for grab bag. Daughters of America, 7;S0 p. m. Nomination of officer. Plana for a Christmas party. All members are urged to attend. Tiiesflav Crnmnlnn Hill PTA at school No Lovelier Gift For Her MERVILLE'S SHEER was served at one long table with Christmas decorations. (lifts were exchanged followed by the singing of Christmas carols and th salute to the flag. Mrs. Ouy Southard told the ChrlBtmaB story and Miss Eva Stokesberry, "The Story of the Other Wise Man." The next meeting will be with Mrs. E. P. Zell In January. Guests Attend Meeting Of White Heather Circle Two gueBts, Mrs. Cloyd Taylor and Mrs. William Gray, Jr, attended the meeting of the White Heather Circle held at the home of Mrs, William Oray on Walnut Btreet, yesterday. Plans were made for a Christmas party and bunco was played with Mrs. Anna Houston winning high; Mrs. Marlon Wilkle, second high; and Mrs. Christina Oraham, bunco. The next meeting will be held In two weeks with Mrs. Oraham on Sycamore street. Eddie Slover who has been stationed with the Civil Service at Pearl Harbor for the past two and one-half years is expected home this week to apend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Callie Slover of South Seventh street and sister, MrB. Marshall Iioatman and niece, Marsha Ann. Thomas Leon Oulnn visited with Joseph and Billy Gulnn Monday. Men's ' White Handkerchiefs Fine quality cotton handkerchiefs ... tho kind men like to curry. Large Size.' '111 Plain white. house, Tuesday, December 12 at Hayes of Canton, O. The double ring ceremony was solemnized November 25 at the V. B. Church at Universal with Rev. Combs reading the vows. Attendants at the wedding were Kathryn Johnson and Ed Hays. Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. Hughes played "AIwayB" and "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life." Mrs. Margaret Hamll sang, "Because" and "0, Promise Me." The couple left Immediately following the ceremony on a wedding trip. NT. I1ERNICF, AUXILIARY MKKT Plans to sponsor the "(lifts to Yanks Drive" were made at the St. Bernlee American Legion Auxiliary meeting held Wednesday evening. The giftB are to he left at the Vermillion County Insurance Office, The annual Christmas party basket supper was held Wednesday evening at the Legion Home with twenty-two members attending. Mrs. Thelma Russell, Mrs. Tlllle McQueen, Mrs. Hazel Carty and daughter, Nancy spent one day recently with Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Pierce of Falrvlew. Mrs. Karanovlch, Miss Lahtl, Miss Laughlln, Mrs. Kathryn LaHoche, Mrs. Myer, Mrs, Olen Paloncy, Mrs. Kay Pesavento, Mrs. Jo Pesavento, Mrs. Prall, Mrs. Leona Ralston, Mrs. Evelyn Scott, Mrs. Nan Shew, Miss Kathleen Taylor, Mrs. Mary Helen Henry and Mrs. Delia Ooldner. Mrs. Harry Oulnn, Myrtle and Mary Duel spent Wednesday with Mrs. Harry A. Oulnn and children of South Fifth street. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Oulnn were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Harry Oulnn of Needmore. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL December 1-15 Duart Oil Permanent S3.50 Make An Appointment Now ADAMSON'S BEAUTORIUM Phone 15(12 1 S. Main 7:30 p. m. A ChrlBtmaB program will be presented by all the grades. Dreamland Pleasure Club Plans Christmas Party 7 CELANESE HOSE I The Dreamland Pleasure- Club members met at the hall Tuesday evening where plans for the annual Men's Colored Border Harid'f Men's rine quality cotton hand-kercheif . . . anowy white' with bright colored borders.; The large, serviceable size , ., 4Ct that men demand. ,, Christmas party were discussed. The party IB to be held December 18 at 86 the Roma Hotel and each member la to bring a 50c gift for the Christ C pair mas grab bag,-' i . , Bunco was played during the eve ning with prizes being awarded to Mra. Mary Libel, travel; Miss Inez Borta, bunco; Mrs. Marie Libel, high Beautiful, sheer Mervllle hose ... for her leg beauty. Wonderful celanese that looks sheerer and driea faster than ordinary rayon smm. and Mrs. Sally Ougllelmettl, low. Mrs. Viola Wallace and (laugh ter, Helen, have gone to Brown Men's Opera Style Cift Slippers (lood-looklng opera style house slippers In all leather uppers und long-wearing leather soles und heels. Brown and M QQ black. Sizes 6 Mi W XSl hose. 45 gauge, first quul lty. Sizes U'j to lO'j. wood, Tex. to spend the holiday with Mrs. Wallace's husband, Cpl Collet J. Wallace who Is stationed at Camp Bowie, Tex. He It the son or Mr. and Mrs. James Wallace o'f North Main street. ' I Colors Patio Sun and Vista Beige , , Mr. and Mrs. Leon Oulnn had as their Monday guests, Mra. Harry August Oulnn. Jr. and Children, and Mrs. Jean Oulnn and children. Men's Soft Sole : ,:;:ilippJ Comfortable (dippers' (oi) his leisure hours or for wear on cold mornings. Comfortable soft sule . . . .leathw, uppers. Black only. t .' t 5 Q Sizes 014 to 10. sta Men's Famous Van Heusen GIFTS FOR .BABY 07 PAJAMAS Bright Stripes Famous, fine quality Van Heustm pajamas in washulile broadcloth . , . bright stripes and deslgbs. Colors of tan, blue, orchid. Sizes A, B, C, 1). Men 's Fine Quality Sgt. and Mrs. Dennis Williams are the parents of a sou born today at the county hospital. The Infant weighed eight pounds 14 ounces and has been named Dennis Clayton, Jr. The baby's father Is stationed somewhere in (iennay. Mrs. Williams was formerly Miss Helen Lratherman or Bloomlngdale. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strange, Rockvllle, are the parents of a boy horn today at the county hospital. The baby weighed seven pounds 12 ounces and has been numed James Robert. Or.. J SC Kendale Pajamas Fine quality broadcloth pujamuu . . perfectly tailored . . . button coat style. Full cut for fit and comfort. Striped, plaid and plains. Sizes A, B, C, D. 2.39 A tailored Oomphie to work about the Esmond's Baby BLANKETS Soft and wooly-warm . ; . fiimoua quality Etuuond baby bllinktta. Part wool. Large 3li by. 6,n Inch size. Soft shades of A QQ blue and rose. ' s3U GAUZE DIAPERS Soft, fine quality guuzp diapers . . . super cotnfortubie for baby . . . eaHy for mother to wash, too! 2D X 411 m nc inch size. M) BABY SWEATERS Lovely, sort sweaters ". '. . for baby's dress up. woasloii or to keep him snug and warm on chilly days! White, pink and blue. Sizes tor li moa. to ' ' f Q 3 yeurs. : Isw3 TRAINING PANTS Fine quality combed cotton training panties with reinforced crotch and elastic buck waistband. I'ink and white. v QQ4 Sizes 1 to 4. ' U3C Wool Knit Soakers Wurni ull wool knit voukers . . . house a petit point pump for an informal hostess J.19 1.49 Men's 100 Woo! Plaid Mufflers Men's Snow White Rayon Dress Scarfs Mrs. Ida Ellers, Route one, was admitted to the Vermillion County hospltul yesterday, with a fractured hip. ttUSS Old Schools It is stated that survey completed in 1937 by tho government indicated that from 30 to 40 per cent a quilted casual for a dozen duties Mister, you've made a hit when you give her a wardrobe of OOMPHIES! i ncy're the Indoor Casuals she's always wanted prettier, smarter, cushioned in comfort. of city school buildings were then more than 20 years old and therefore inadequate (or modern curriculum and community service. irurr AtoNo M ulci-ttriped woven cotton gb-trdine with red leather heclteit. Hoft und atiHurtifiit , . protctn ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 187 North 7th St, PHONE 1H4-W PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIOHT rr" $1 Ituhy pretty elotlin, Jllue only. BEAN BACS Cute litllf miiiitul iWiuptd ban Ikikh . . . fdful tiitt 8UKntton for any Mule tot! You'll rind b rulnliow of colorn, " 39c BLANKETS MAKE WONDERFUL CIFTS 100 Wool First Lady Purrey by Nashya Wurm. no ft und cuddly 2rY wool FRIST v niGirr 9.98 Root's famous First Lady quality blankets . . . soft, thlik-uupped 100 virgin wool In solid colors of blue, green, peach and ruHP with matching 3-Inch celanese binding. 4 pounds . . . 72" jc 84" size. and KX Purrey rayon blanket . . . made by Nashua.. Amu no treated to prevent moths. Hotte, blue, Kreeu, jeach. Full double bed eize. Tl" x hi". 0 QUILTING PARTY Kayon faille brilliantly embroidered for elegance. Open back. 5.95 0 PETTI-POINT Ha tin pump with delicate embroidery to make ft 100 Wool Cromwel Warm Plaid Blankets Z Smart plaid blankets . . . warm 2r, wool. Bright plalils of green. BUY BONDS! 875 Beautirul, aoft-wooly Cromwell all wool blanket In solid colors of rose, green and blue with matthlug rayon sal In binding! Double Bed size, 72" x 84". Famous Cromwell quality! 198 rose, cedar and blue. Any women would be delighted with such a lovely gift! Full double bed size. 72" x 84". Aim ROSENBLATTS Galvanized Tubs, No. 2 1.49 Men'n Work Gloves i-V--26c

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