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Friday, December 8, 1944. - THE DAILY CLINTONIANJ Page five jl Clinton Social Notes H Friday Modern Martha Class Christmas party at the home of Mrs. E. A. Lewln, 903 South Main street, 7:30 Circle 3, WSCS Members Enjoy Noon Luncheon In these last rushing days before Christmas, Mrs. Martha Adams of Blackman street was hostess for Circle 3 WSCS of the First Methodist Church With your gifts getting harder to find. We are sure that a Check-List like this one Will take manv a care off mnr mmH' if J . at a one o'clock luncheon yesterday. p.m. Rebekahs, 7:30 p. m. at the Odd Fellows hall. After the business, a birthday party will be enjoyed. Sunday Kappa Delta Phi business meeting and inspection and one o'clock at Antonini's restaurant. Dinner at t. Gift exchange. Clio King and Mary Catherine Fullman, hostesses. Monday Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Arthur Tombaugh, Mrs. Charles Walk er, Mrs. John Anderson, Mrs. Clar I 'heery ! Tri Kappas Plan Christmas Dance At Wednesday Meet Annual Clirislinax Itanre And I'ai1)' f'ltniiiiien Are Announced; December 27 Im Dale Wet For Dance, December 20, J'arty Pinna for the nnnual Trl Kappa Christmas Dance to be held Wednesday, December 27 at the AruKoii ballroom were discussed at the meeting held with Mrs. H. H. Wise-hart Wednesday evening. The proceeds of this dance are used In local philanthropic and charity work. ence Wright, Mrs. John Stein, Mrs. E. W. Cordingley. Mrs. Harry Van Duyn, and Mrs. Willis Salterlee. THE NO. 1 GIFT WAR BONDS BUY THEM HERE The program was In charge of HANKIES 10c to 49c Exquisitely detail- , Mrs. George Kamm and Mrs. David B. & P. W. Club Christmas party Monday, December 11, 7:30 p. m. Salmond with the Christmas theme being carried out In the program and decorations. Clinton Hotel. Bring ?1 exchange gift. prints that make Regular meeting Jerusalem Chap Mrs. Walter Jones led the devo ter, 254 O. E. S. at the Masonic tional period. She read a poem by a guy Hpluuh of color in your pocket or purHe. Also solid white. Fine uuality cottons. Edna Vincent Millett entitled, Hall, 7:30 p. m. Xmas party bring 25c gift for grab bag. "Starting On the Fourth Christmas Miss Marjorle Caldwell has been appointed chairman of the dance with the following committee workers: ticket chairman, Mrs. James DRESSER SETS 1.98 to 4.98 MANICURE SETS 89c to 2.39 PLASTIC COMPACTS 1.00 CIGARETTE CASES 59c STATIONERY 25c to 98c at War." During the business meeting plans Sutton; clock room, Mrs. Charles Hurlow; reservations, Mrs. Charles Biddenger; advertising. Miss Mary nette White; decorations, Miss El Daughters of America, 7:30 p. m. Nomination of officers. Plans for a Christmas party. All members are urged to attend. Tuesday Crompton Hill PTA at school house, Tuesday, December 12 at 7:30 p. m. A Christmas program will be presented by all the gradcB. Mrs. George DeCamp and Mrs. nora Marietta and ushers, Mrs. Lang for a rummage sale were made to be held In January with Mrs. Mc-Gulre as chairman. She will be assisted by Mrs. Wright Van Duyn, Mrs. Paul Fletcher. Mrs. Tombaugh and Mrs. Letha Griffin. The program consisted of a vocal solo by Caroline Whltcomb, "Star of Hope" accompanied by Mary Evelyn Griffin, a piano solo, "Fire Brands" by Mary Griffin, "Rustles of Spring" by Carolyn Whltcomb. j Mrs. Walter Jones -won the contest prize. The Christmas story.! III It.Vl'ION HIIIOKK GAYMODE HOSE . Sheer leg (lattery in nun-burnt Bli;ilfs Jack Yocom have returned home Full-fashioned rayous for ( sheer clinging fit. from Rochester, Minn, where Mrs. DeCamp was being treated at the Mayo Clinic. If I & v I "And a Little Child Shall Lead Sale of Seals Helt. The members voted to buy a ChriBtmas Seal Bond and Mrs. K. W. Powell was appointed chairman of the sale of war bond chances. The annual Christmas dinner will be held at the Clinton Hotel on December 20 followed by a party at the Lyday home with iMrs. Charles Dlddenger as hostess. Miss Barbara Burgan and her committee will have charge of the annual Christmas basket distribution. Following the usual custom, the Trl Kappas are making their president a patron of the Hoosler Art Salon held at Indianapolis. Miss Rlise Meyer is chairman of the Christmas party with Miss White. Mrs. Charles Blddenger. Mrs. I Them was presented by Mrs. George Kamm. The next meeting will be held For Tuberculosis Association Good with Mrs. F. T. Kell on Blackman street in March. (Continued from page 1) Pocahontas Lodge Party Held Thursday Evening Accessory Wardrobe GIFT HANDBAGS 4i98 Plus Tax Rich leather envelope and top-handle styles. Brown, liluck, Patent. Barbara Carrera, Martin Comba, The regular bunco and euchre party of the Pocahontas Lodge was Wm.- E. Coburn, Wilford Cull, Sarah Davis Cottrell, Vaughn Daugh- Fred Mever and Mrs. Hurlow and,1"'1'1 Thursday evening at the hall Mrs. Don Marietta as co-workers. I Prizes In the euchre games went erty, Mrs. Alex Dunn, Forest Dug-ger, Catherine L. Enrici, Mrs. Claude Foltz, Mrs. Belle Farrlngton. C7 ito Mrs. William Foster, and Mrs. Agnes Bailey, high; Mrs. Bonnie Tony Fenoglio, John R. Frigo, Revesz and Mrs. Ada Neldlinger. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ouglielmettl, lones; and Mrs. Tom McLatchie and Margaret and Ethel Griffith, Cynthia Mrs. Virginia Tamplln, second high Giovaninl, Cecil Harrison, D. W. Bunco winners were Mrs. Clarence Hayes, Gall M. Hennls, Harold Hou- Vai-Uty of Klyle.s GAY HANDBAGS 3s98 Plus Tax Leathers and long-wearing fabrics. Black and costume colors! James, high; Mrs. Lizzie Cherry, HOUSECOATS Tailored Itayon Falllo 6.90 Tailored with a dainty clover leaf jacquard pattern. Rich colors. 12-20. selman, Charles Hamilton, Royal Jenks. second high and Mrs. Helen Reyn olds, bunco. , Marie Jones, Mrs. Corbet Kemp, Helen Kreckler, Harold Kendall, Guy Kelley, C. M. Kercheval M. D., Hazel Smith Hostess For Friendly Bunco Meeting; The members of the Friendly Bunco Club met at the home of Mrs. Hazel Smith of Fairview Wednesday evening. Following a short business discussion, bunco was played with Mrs. Betty Reed winning high; Mrs. Margaret Crowder, bunco and travel; and Mrs. Mamie Osborne, low. Others attending were Mrs. Stella Baxendale, Mrs. Marsonne Mott, Mrs. Josephine Chambers, Mrs. Mary Shannon, Mrs. Sybil Sperry and one guest, Mrs. Marion Petak. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Baxendale. , , Mr.' and Mrs. Heber Haun and1 sons of St. Bernice and Mr. and OSRITU J. M. Kercheval M. D., Eunice Kennedy, Mrs. Martin Lanzone, John E. T 9 Lawler. Iluinl)' H. Lewis, Louis Leek, Jennie B. Lawson, Wm. G. Lawson, Wm. Long GIRLS DRESSES Charles Buckley, 4Ifi South Third Street, was admitted to the Union fellow, Walter Lester, Ray Lelnber-ger, Clem Lawson, Josephine and Hospital in Terre Haute Wednesday Elnora Marietta, Ernest Malone, Al- da Marietta, Chas. A. Metz. under observation. Mrs. Edith Shull. Route one, Joe Menninginl, T. L. McDonald, Clinton, entered the Union Hospital Wabash Theatre, Dr. G. R. Mcflulre, Mrs. Tony Marietta, Pete Marietta, In Terre Haute Tuesday as a medi- Mrs. Jake Botner of renter spent c.,i C1e. John Mattiado, B. J. McKinney, Andrew Marcfnko. Sunday with Mr. Haun'i and Mrs. Mr8 Mary Takat( Universal, and Botner's sister and family, Mr. and Jolin ReS8ino, 258 North Eleventh Charles H. Meyer, Clinton Tobac Mrs. Kooeri neim near carargo, m. street, were admitted to the Vermll co and Candy Co., Carlo Marietta, j lion county hospital as medical cas- Clifford Montgomery, John Norkus, Mr. and Mrs. Irven Helt and sons e vpsterrtav. 2.98 and 3.98 rrer.h llltlc cotton piinis or srown-up rayotis with bows and flowers. Youthful bright colors with full skirts and puffed s)eL'.'t'3. :f to ix - 7 to 14. Jr. Casual Suits 7.90 I'anuy checked overplald coat front and back. Trousers match sleeves. Jacket Is fully lined. Padded shoulders. Leather buttons. 3 - 111. of Center were Thursday evening Llnzta Fortner, Hillsdale, and Elmer Newsome, John N'aujokaltls, Harry N'ewland, Andrew Poleto, Paul Peperak Jr. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. He- Mrs. Edith Devore, Cayuga, were ad-ber Haun and sons of St. Bernice. mitted to tfie county hospital as sur-' fgtcan cases yesterday. R. M. Pentreath, H. W. Pullen, Mary Potlsek, Norman Popella, Dante Pesavento, Joe Ruatto, Jack D. Reed, Thos. J. Rayce, Archie Ruat i Mrs. Myrtle Fisher, Rockville, James Roderick, Hillsdale, Mrs Ruth Swingle and baby, Newport, to, Alex Reynolds. In White and Colors FASCINATORS John W. Reeder, Baptist and Cleo ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 North 7th W. PHONE 184-W PERMANENTS Mrs. Marjorie Brooks and baby, Kingman, and Mrs. Inlz Shauklin and baby of Montezuma were dis- Rlcauda, Sam Roberts Jr., John When wintry winds blow she'll want an ail-wool Stein, Mrs. Pearl Sears, Sarah and 1.49 Mildred Shew, Albert Sturm, Abbie M CIVFN AT NICHT M "'istieu iium uie county nuspiiuj yes- CIVEN AT NIGHT W terday. Smith, James Sutton (J. H. Sutton). Steve Samanclch, Edith Strain, Ray Shew, Mrs. Claude Taylor, Bert Turchi, Carl Ulrich. Albert Valerlne, Mercerized Cotton, Rayon Socks Sir-riltbed vrrth-iils. clocks and ff guy plaid.i. Keinforcfd! :i jirs, I lUU Mrs. Chester Valerlne, Charles Wits- i 2 man. Louis White, Steve Yellch, E. P. Zell, Wilson, Justice and Osella Auto Elasti-Glass Suspenders S HIXDHKDS OF ISKKI L GIFTS FOK ALL OF THE FAMILY! Sales, Noah Justice, Russell Wilson. Jim Now is the time to make your selection an slorltN are i-uiuiinu; Sales of 1.00 and less are not Solid color clusti-glas3. Stretches like clastic. Adjustable. 980 g lower every day. New Ileum arriving daily. Vfeft Tom baud's, uhile A listed. doing your ( hrfhinias shopping. Men's Topgrain Leather Belts NEW LINE OF BABY GIFTS Genuine cowlnaV, seal, or Koat. ,M-l;tl or cohered buckles. 1". 980 Soviet Tanks Close Escape Ways of Budapest (Continued from Page One) 5 -h 7 BATH ROBES HOODS DRESSES TRAINING BABY TOYS Many Other Items In This Line Moscow reported the Germans were drawing reinforcements from U g PANTS the Italian and western fronts as well as troops from Germany in a desperate attempt to halt the Soviet MAKE THIS A MERRY XMAS FOR BABY! I advance which at last reports had I MEN'S LONG WHITE SCARFS $1.49 reached points less than 40 miles from the Austrian border. In a day of bitter fighting in the southwestern Hungarian triangle be tween the Danube and Drava rivers and Balaton whose south shore has been cleared entirely of Nazis, f Tvn'' the Germans were reported by Mos HOLIDAY TIES Willi A Color Attraction! 98c A fine collection of holiday ties. They make excellent gifts. Kich satin brocades. Colorful floral patterns. Knife-edge stripes. S LADIES HEAD SCARFS, All Colors $1.59 J CHILDREN'S HEAD SCARFS, All Colors 59c Visit Our New Glass Counter i BOWLS - PYREXWARE - BERRY SETS S VANITY SETS NEW WATER GLASSES New Designs 10c, 19c, 49c, 98c, and $1.98 i PICTURES, AH Sizes 19c to $3.98 NEW LAMP SHADES $1.00, $1.19, $1.59 F NEW BOOK COUNTER i i HUNDREDS OF BOOKS 10c to 50c J v CUT-OUT BOOKS PAINT BOOKS STORY BOOKS 5 cow to have lost 1,400 troops who ir. Cot I on I'lniiiH'h'd! riaiillt in Iliarlh-Uarin All Wool MLFFLEKS were killed on the battlefront while another 1.030 were taken prisoner. K living IU1I Hub Taken We're lucky to have these MION'S PAJAMAS 2.19 The important rail town of Eny- all wool mufllers sort, warm, lightweight! Iiriglit 1.49 Fli(;f i r tiV cunt tyb. Assort -d old-defying colors. ing, seven miles from the northeast-era tip of Lake Balaton, was among the towns wrested from German control in a swift flanking maneuver which routed two Nazi battalions at !Uiipf;i and fancy patt'Tiis to L'hoose from! Also Hiil ( olorfi, VHt 2 TOYS: i the moment they arrived on the bat-, tie front. Most of the Germans were put to Man's M a of a (.lit flight before the entire force had time to leave their troop train and join the fight. J Dolls I Teddy Bears Pandas y J Leather and Washable TOYS! Drums Wagons Pulltoys Scooters Ironing Boards Irons 9 Dolly Sewing Sets 9 Games The seizure of Enying lent force LEATHER DRESS GLOVES 1.52 to 3.95 ME.V'8 TOWNCRAFT BILLFOLDS 1.98 to 4.98 Plus Tax Surprise him with a new billfold. Beautiful styles in black, brown and tan. Many handy compartments. Genuine leather. to th- opinions of military observers that the Itussians were preparing a double thrust around Lake Balaton towaid Vienna. MK.VS . BRUSH SETS 98c and 1.53 MKVH TRAVELING KITS 2.98 to 4.98 Plus Tax CASUAL JACKETS 3.90 All Wool I'm-.W cloth front with Toys $1.98 to $2.98 To the south the forces of Gen. Feodor f. Tolbukhin advanced ten miles to outflank and capture the vital rail bub of Bares on the Hun i y y y y y y y I y y liartiionh'ini-' plaid .slet-ws and co!- ar. liuilt up sliould is. In hrowns garian bank of the Drava river. Pig-Brained and smooth li-at!iers. Some stitched. Slip on style. Brown and r TOMBAUGH' XSe TO $1.00 STORE Moscow said the Germans retreated and hlu-. Tully linod. from Bares in disorder, leaving huge stores of supplies behind.

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