THE DAILY GLINT ONI AN Page Three fonday, December 11, 1944. All I D A ' quet in honor of De Gaulle. The American ambassador and the British charge d'affaires were among the guests. V. M. Molotov, Soviet commissar ul' foreign affairs, and Goorged llid-ault, French foreign minister, alter which Premier Stalin gave a ban Clinton Social Notes Four Hoosiers Dead in Wake Of Snow Storm Monday B. & P. W. Club Christmas party (Continued from page 1) A MAN-SIZED GIFT for his leasure Mills-Keene Vows Heard Saturday In Local Church Miss Ruth Mills, Lester Keene United in Marriage In Wouble-Kbig Ceremony At First Methodist (liurclt In an impressive ceremony at the First Methodist Church Saturday evening at 8 p. m. Miss Ruth Mills, daughter of Mrs. Benjamin H. Mills of 819 South Third Street, Clinton, became the bride of Lester F. Keene, son of Mr. and MrB. Amos Keene of Lancaster, Pa. The double-ring ceremony was Monday, December 11, 7:30 p. m. Clinton Hotel. Bring 1 exchange gift. Regular meeting Jerusalem Chapter, 264 O. E. S. at the Masonic Hall, 7:30 p. m. Xmas party bring 25c gift for grab bag. Daughters of America, 7:30 p. m. Nomination of officers. Plans for a Christmas party. All members are urged to attend. Tuesday Tuesday Fortnightly Club the snow still falling in many localities. Traffic accidents were numerous on the slippery highways, some covered with slush and others with ice where the temperatures were lower. Four Dead in flikago In the Chicago area alone, where the snowfall passed the 9-inch mark esses, Mrs. Rose Faraco and Mrs. Delia Swinehart. Members present were Mrs. Marian Dean Clark, Mrs. Clio King, Mrs. Bettle Pierce, Mrs. Catherine Maurice, Mrs. Joan Malone and the Misses Margaret Griffiths, Mary Catherine Fullman, Edith Forte, Dorothy Mooney, Joan Costa, Marie Jones, Alice Drake, Barbara Carre-ra and Frances Blerbrauer. Mrs. Charlotte Reed and Mrs. Joan Malone will be hostesses for the January meeting. Connie Bennet Honored At Birthday Party Saturday Mrs. Patrick Bennet, Jr. enter early today, four deaths were attributed to the storm. Christmas party at residence of Miss r.race O'Rourke. Walnut Street at Other deaths and injuries, many performed by the Rev. Clifford C. of them from falls on icy sidewalks, were reported from other sections of the midwest. 8 p. m. Christian Church official board meeting at the basement, 7:30 p. m. Crompton Hill PTA at school Motorists were warned by the lappa Delta Phi Christmas Dinner e6 Here Sunday 4'entral Regional Director And Guesta From i'oltunhus Attend Dinner. Several Members Are Now Active In War Work. Mrs. Edna Kline, Central Region-. Director of Kappa Delta Phi So-trity, was present at PsI Gamma hapter's meeting on Sunday at An-tnlnl'a Restaurant. She was accom-mled from Columbus by Mrs. Ester C. Williams, and the Misses auline Brown and Florine Horn. During the business meeting in large of Miss Margaret Griffiths, resident, the sale of Christinas trds vaa reported as successful, irther plans concerning the Intel-actual and Cultural Development rograra were made, the sorority (aimed to sell greeting cards and was reported that two pairs of lasses had been bought for tnwn-jlp Bchool children and two more airs are to be bought in the near iture. Three members were report-1 as nurses overseas, one member nurse stationed in Louisiana, iree working in Defense Plants, ne U. S. O. hostess, one teaching irst Aid, one in charge of the Ca-j tjt Nurses at Union Hospital, eight- Jordan before the altar banked with ' flowers In a green and white theme and candelabra. Wedding music was furnished by Mrs. Ira J. Church, organist, and Mrs. Charles Schelsky, soloist. Preceding the services Mrs. Church played "Oh Promise Me" and "I Love You Truly" while Mrs. Schelsky sang "Smiling Through," "I house, Tuesday, December 12 at 7:30 p. m. A Christmas program will be presented by all the grades. Wednesday Friendly Bunco Club, Mrs. Thel-ma Baxendale, 7:30 p. m. Chicago Motor Club not to exceed 15 to 20 miles an hour, but they found that even this snail's pace did not prevent them from skidding. Iowa City, in eastern Iowa, reported 11 inches of snow, with the pros tained at her home Saturday afternoon In honor of her daughter, Connie Joan s fifth birthday anniversary. The little guests sang "Happy Birthday" to Connie as she blew out the candles on her pink and white birthday cake. pect this would be exceeded during i Angel food cake and ice cream were served and small crepe paper Give him a robe for fireside comfort to "smoke up" and think about the war bonds he is buying. Rich, warm, elegant. Many Styles to choose from . . . Flannel, Gabardine, Rayons and smartly styled. 595 to 2250 baskets filled with candy and nuts went to each child as favors. Games were played with prizes being won by Ruth Ramsey, Maryln Craig, Richard Bennett and Bill Fiscus. Love Thee" and "Because." During the reading of the vows the organist softly played Schubert's "Ave Maria." The young couple was attended by Miss Wilma Hall, maid of honor and Robert Goodnight, best man. Ushers were William Huffman and Carl Latta. The bride wore a pale blue street length dress with wine accessories and carried a bouquet of pink ros Center Home Ec Club Holds Christmas Party Thursday The Christmas meeting of the Center Home Economics Club was held Thursday with Mrs. Opal Porter. Mrs. Margaret Sturm was the assistant hostess. At noon, a covered dish luncheon was served at small tables. The home was beautifully decorated in keeping with Christmas. The afternoon meeting opened Guests attending were Larry the day. Heavy in Illinois I The snowfall also was heavy In ' northern and central Illinois, measuring from 4 to 10 inches with flur-1 rles predicted for the remainder of ; the day. I The depth In Kansas City and St. : Louis ranged from 6 to 8 inches and was increasing. The states chiefly affected were Most of Kansas, Colorado, Oklaho-, ma, Nebraska, Arkansas, Missouri, ' north and central Illinois, eastern Iowa, lower Michigan, Southern Minnesota and Wisconsin, northern Indiana, and northern Ohio. Scott, Sklppy Riley, Maryln Craig, es while the maid of honor wore spice brown with blue. Mrs. Mills and Mrs. Keene. mothers of the with the group singing "It Came Upon A Midnight Clear." Mrs. Mae Hess led the devotional period. The Pledge to the Flag and Club Creed bride and groom, wore black with were given by the club collect. Ron corsages of roses and gardenias. The bride is a graduate of Fayette Township High School in New Linda Joan Beard, Carl and Don-nie Whitworth, Bobbie Burton, Billy Fiscus, Ruth RamBey and Pat and Richard Bennett. Connie Joan received many nice gifts and a twenty-five dollar War Bond 1-nm her parents. Billy Pucket, Martha and Jlmmle Lucas sent regrets. King's Daughters Class Enjoys Progressive Party The King's Daughters Class of the First Baptist Church held a progressive party recently at the homes of Beverly Crowder, Betty Call was answered by telling "Your The worst of the storm was over in most of' these states, the weather bureau said, but slight snow falls or flurries might be expected intermittently throughout the day. Happiest Christmas Gift." Goshen and attended Indiana State tembers of the W. I. T. S. and var-ius members active In different hases of war work. Mrs. Clio King and Miss !ary Catherine Fullman were the ostesses for the delicious chicken Inner. The table was beautifully ecorated with a snow and pine cov-:ed arrangement of candles and reenery. Tiny chimneys served as ut cups. The place cards were tied jth red and green satin bows on hristmas greenery. A large Christ-las tree held gifts for all. The poem of the month, "The Teachers' College and Browns' Bus Night Before Christmas" was given iness School in Terre Haute before by Mrs. Opal Porter. Mrs. Opal Myers and Mrs. Helen Randolph sang "White Christmas" and "Away in being employed at the Wabash River Ordnance Works. The groom, a chemist at the Wabash River Ordnance Works, 1b a erraduate of Lancaster schools and a Manger." De Gaulle Back in Paris; Signs Mutual Aid Pact With Reds During the business meeting Penman, Ruth Ann Reed and Mar- which was in charge of the president, Mrs. Esther Griffin, the offi The Lounger Jacket When the stuge gets to "llnr-r-ing" temperature, he'll be "In his element" . . . warm comfort in )ft rayon galiur-dine and wool pluid. The Cun-didnte tor Luxury. cers for the coming year, Mrs. Lola Wright, president; Mrs. Bonnie Sturm, vice-president; and Mrs. Opal (Continued from Page One) cella Soilars. Games were played and refreshments were served. Prizes were a-warded to Mary C. Blanton, Beverly Crowdir and Eleanor Straw. The next party will be held at the home of Patty and Eleanor Straw. This will be a Christinas party. Myers were installed by Mrs. Helen Randolph. The gift exchange was then en The chapter presented Mrs. Kline ith a corsage of tea roses and a in. The other guests from Colum-us were presented with winter cor-iges. Mrs. Clio King, Mrs. June Woolf nd Miss Anna Marilyn Carmicheal ntertained with a beautiful Christ-las story with accompanying songs. Guests present at the dinner in ddition to those from Columbus rere Mrs. June Woolf, Mrs. Flor-nce Vastbinder, Misses Mary Mae lyle, Shirley Earles, Miriam Hughes, larilyn Carmichael, and the patron- Russia is going to play in European affairs and is seen as a blow to advocates of a western European bloc as a barrier to Soviet influence. The actual signing of the treaty ;oo 19" to joyed wiih each guest receiving a gift. A contest was given by Mrs. Margaret Sturm with Mrs. Violet Houchin receiving the prize. of Franklin Marshall College in Lancaster where he was a member of the Alpha Kappa Pi fraternity. Following the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's mother for nearly BO friends and relatives of the newly married couple. GuestB were served by Mrs. Maurice Frump, Mrs. Carl Fox, Mrs. Robert Goodnight, Mrs. Norman Sprague and Mrs. Carl Halsey. Following a brief wedding trip, the bride and groom will be at home at 109 South Third Street. Among the out-of-town guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hallows, Mr. and Mrs. William Stonfe and James Thompson of Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard was reported from Moscow to have taken place In a meeting between Guests attending were Mrs. Or- Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Somes who have for the past three years been making their home at Huntington Park, Calif, surprised their relatives and friends Friday by arriving unexpectedly. They went on to Chicago Saturday evening where they CAIA NOME tha Heber, Mrs. Sophia Peer, Mrs. Bess Kearns, Mrs. Fern Martin, Mrs. Mettle Dicken, Mrs. Edna Marie Brown, Mrs. Naomi Brown, Mrs. 6th War Loan Buy Bonds COLOGNfc A modem, enchanting fragrance thii ii trc- nut Olean Lamb, Mrs. Beulah Ayres, Mrs. Verna Conard, Mrs. Myers, Mrs. Dllsie Murray, Mrs. Hess, Mrs. Randolph. Mrs. Houchin, Mrs. Em EMBIATT'S roenoousiy popuwr. ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 North 7th St. PHONE 184-W PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT will make their home for the present, but will return to spend the Christmas holidays in Clinton. Mr. Somes, a former Clinton resident, has been at the Hormel Co. in Calif, and has been transferred to the Chicago office. Lapworth of Shephardsvllle, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sprague and son SAT. CLOKIXti B::) I". M. of Paris. III. and Mr. and Mrs. Ray mond Hall of New Goshen. RICTUS DR. O. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For Those Who Need Them Brace Yourself, Brother! Here He Comes! The Most Entertaining Speaker of Eagledom Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lewis of Blanford are the parents of a son 248 lilarkman St. Phone 175 CLINTON, INI). ma Reed and daughter, Sandra, Mrs. Lucy Botner, Mrs. Lenora Craft, Mrs. Clista Lowry, Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. Bonnie Sturm, Mrs. Lucille James, Mrs. Mildred Pearman, Miss Mary Heber, Mrs. Mildred Wright and son. Carl. The January meeting will be with Mrs. Amy Sturm. Fellowship Supper Held At First Baptist Church Rer. and Mrs. Ray Crawl and forty-one new members of the First Baptist Church were honored at a fellowship supper given in the church basement recently. Rev. Wyinan Cull, minister from Sullivan, had charge of the meeting upstaii The quartet presented flowers to each of the 41 new members. Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Bettasso attended the graduation of their son. Pvt. Paul Joseph Bettasso at Scott Field, 111. born December 1. The infant weigh ed seven pounds and has been nam ed Jerry Kenneth. MEET Sgt. and Mrs. Jack C. Drane are 1 1 Si 1 unny the parents of a daughter born Saturday at the Vermillion county hospital. The baby weighed eight pounds five ounces and has been named Dorothy. Mrs. Drane was formerly Miss Katherlne Bonato. Your Best Friends Won't Tell You About SPOTS on your CLOTHES Have Them Scientifically Removed by a NATIONAL INSTITUTE GRADUATE HEAR THE MOST POPULAR SPEAKER To Appear Itefoie Tri-State Ragles! This man is an Eagle who understands Eagles and Eagle work. Must men who have heard him want to hear him again. He has a special message for our Aerie. HE'S A PEP-MASTER! Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kaufman are the parents of a son born Friday at the county hospital. The infant f 1 ) J ' J .-1.....ZS'I welched seven pounds nine ounces Sundberg The Humorist Who Makes Sentte Willi N'oiiftenM! This outstanding pep-speaker has appeared with great success before state officers' meetings and his services are now made available to subordinate Aeries. Make the most of this opportunity. HE'S A LAUGHM ASTER! and has not yet been named. LaiwiofA r if ill I 'A LITTLE BITTER" Phone 129 220 Elm St. f. A. (Come Aguin) Sumllierg Mrs. Edith Devore, Cayuga, Mra. Nellie A. Sears, Rockvllle, and Gretchen Richards, Newport, were admitted to the Vermillion County Hospital Friday as surgical cases. Mrs. Minnie Powell, Jasonville, and Mrs. Georgia Self, Clinton, were admitted to the Vermillion county if Give Diamonds He Will Be At Our Aerie Home THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 8 P. M. hospital Saturday as medical cases. Lester Uselman, Route two, Mrs. 4 Sarah Tague and baby Marshall, Ind., Mrs. Mary Strange and baby, Rockville. and Victoria Ave, of Route two were dismissed from the Aerie Meeting But! county hospital Sunday. This Is Our Regular Mrs. Elizabeth Downing, Rock ville, Mrs. Mary Takat, Universal, and Mrs. Paul Thompson, Route two were dismissed from the county hospital Saturday. A VERY SPECIAL OCCASION! Vk g Brothers Meet for First Time in Over Two Years Prlmo Boscardln, M M 3c and ...the one gift that lasts a lifetime!! Eternal as the pyramids, the brilliance of a diamond shines through the ages, a constant reminder of the most cherished of gifts. War has not effected our diamond sources. We are proud of our selection this year, proud of the quality and proud of the reasonable prices. James Boscardin, C. M. 2c, met for the first time in two and a half years in California. They are the IF YOU LIKE TO LAUfill AND HEAR OTHERS LAUGH COME TO THIS MEETING! brothers of Mrs. Clara Kossi of 515 North Tenth Street. Primo enlisted in the Seabees and has served 20 months in the Pa cific. He returned to the states about a month ago and is now in a U. S. Naval Hospital in San Leandro, Calif. James has served in the South west Pacific for 24 months and returned to the states last March. He It Will Pay You to Select Yours Now Is now awaiting orders tor overseas duty again. F HEAR THIS HUMORIST AND OUTSTANDING EAGLE Remember The Date! Plan to Come! Mrs. Fossi's husband. Pvt. Joe FARACO'S ART JEWELRY SHOP Fossl. is also in service. He is In the infantry and is now stationed some- here in France, fighting under Headquarters for Keepsake Diamonds . CLINTON Gen. 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