The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 14, 1944 · Page 4
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Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, December 14, 1944
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Thursday, December 14, 1944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Page Four Holiday Season Opens a,s Nqwpprt Clubs Meet; Navy Man Honor Guest Hillsdale GOP Women Meet Mrs. Mack Hostess To Club Meeting; Two Local Residents in Hospital Ralph Adams and daughter, Barbara spent Saturday in Damlllc, shopping. " , : Little Janet Kay Sykes, was injured at Bdiool .Monday. The child ran a bolt through her ear. She was attended by Dr. J. L. Saunders. Herbert Arrasinltli of Newport spent the weekend In Chicago visiting Russell Cox, who returned Willi him to visit friends in tills city. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lester 'Keen and daughter, Mrs. Robert J. Rose spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Alten Rose and daughter Kvadna. Mr. and Mrs. tilenn Youmans of .Newport spent Monday and Tuesday In Cayuga visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Dowers. Mrs. Audra Dodson spent Sun-rlnv itt'tcriHion visiting Miss (Jretfll- Mrs. Bon Miles. Mr. and Mrs. Mel-vln Miles vlio have heen visiting their son, ' will ferurn home with them Sunday evening. Miss Martha Jean Dickey of In-diunapolls spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Dickey. Miss Betty Jo Hicauda was recently a guest of Joann Braner, while her mother was at Union Hospital for treatment. Mrs. Ethel Huxford and daughter Eleanor Jean spent Friday with Mrs. Foster Braner. Mrs. Foster Braner and daughter Jounn. Mrs. Anne Cook and daughter Patty, Mrs. Luther Myers and daughters Sandra nnd Vlckl shopped in Indianapolis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joint Burroughs, Mrs. Frank Burroughs and children, Mary Lou and Jack, Mrs. Bill Bayslng-er and daughter, Loretta, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cntlin and son, Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kortner and Mary Alice, and Jack Brown, all or Newport; Mrs. Pearl Jackson nnd daughter, Joan, nnd Mrs. Lois Onll-ton and mother, Lottie, all of Montezuma; Vivian Snow of Danville; nnd Mr. and Mrs. Hollowell and daughter, Mary of Clinton. Staff Sergeant Glenn Tlllotson, a Dailey Chapel Mrs. Milbrcy Huxford and children Carole Ann and Mux and Mnx-lne Huxford of Indianapolis were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Huxford. Mrs. Evelyn Sluller was Riven a surprise dinner in honor of her birthday Thursday at her home near Rockvllle. She received many (jifls and the day was spent socially. Those attendinn were, Mrs. Helen Huxford, Pearl Hraner, Laura Brown, Bernlce Miller, Gladys Phlpps, Bessie Huxford. Mallle I.ear. Rosemary Hodson and dauchler Marlyn Sue, Dorolhy llrown and children Hetty and I.arry. Mrs. Kdnn Lear and Mildred (Hobs of llock-vllle also attended. Mrs. Ella McCune nf near Monte-luma spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Prall and family. Mrs. Charles Miller and dauchter Hazel went to Chicago Friday to pend the weekend with Mr. and How To Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly In Place Do your false teeth nnimy and embarrass by 6li'piiitf. (Iroppiiitl "i" wnli-blitiK when you eat. laiiL'li or talk? .lust sprinkle n little KASTKKTH on your platea. This ulkaliue (it'in-mid) powilr bolila false teeth more lirnily mid more comfortably. No (rummy, 1,'ooey, ?t:isty taate or feellnc. ltoes not sour. Checks "plHle odor" (denture breath), tlet t-'A.S-U'JTH today ut any drug store. en Richards who is a patient In 'the Clinton Hospital. ir nnd sirs. William Edwards who lived In the Parrett house In Newport, have moved from this city to Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Nixon and Miss D. Grace Rheuby were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Klsie Manion. Mrs. Dora Harger spent Tuesday afternoon In Danville visiting her daughter, Mrs. Itobert Jones. Mrs. Belle Peer spent Sturday In Danville. Mrs. Ralph Adams and Mrs. Ruth Upper Coal Branch Mrs. Bessie Webb has been dressing turkeys for Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson for the past two weeks. Mrs. Brint Toby and Mrs. James Chlsler spent the weekend with the hitter's sister and family In Chicago week before last. Orvllle Hines and Earl Holycross called on Bert Eikelman Sunday. A Christmas tree and program Is being planned by the Sunday School class under the direction of Miss Ruth Fox. Mrs. Edith Eickelman called on Mrs. Mazie Hines Thursday evening. Mrs. May Ballah of Danville spent last weekend with her daughter, Mrs. Alta Nlccum and family. DR. 0. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For Those Who Need Them 248 lilacfcmnn St. CMXTOX, IXU. Fhone 175 Santa Cluus was the honor guest at the Christmas party of the Thim ble Club held at the home of Mrs. Venter Van Vllet last Wednesday. Following the chicken dinner serv ed by the hostess In her dining room which was attractively decorated in keeping wltli the Christmas season Santa distributed gills to the ten members who were present. Since It wits also their regular meeting, a short business meet was conducted after the dinner. Two del lars was voted to buy tuberculosis seals. During the afternoon the club members worked on silver containers for tlie Methodist Church. Those who attended were: Mrs. W. 0. Parrclt, Mrs. Joe Potts, Mrs. Nell Walt, Mrs. Hello Hegarty, Mrs. He witt Corn, Mrs. John W. Carithers, Mrs. Jleulah Chlpps, Mrs. B. R. Nixon, Mrs. 11. C. Sawyer, Mrs. J. N. Jones and the hostess, Mrs. Van Vllet. Members of the Delphian Litera ry Club held their Christmas meet ing at the home of Mrs. Dora M. Harger Thursday evening. Responses to roll call were "Christmas poems and verses," and Mrs. Cecille Parrel t reviewed the book "Women of the Bible." Following the meeting a gift exchange was conducted and contests were held for the entertainment of those present. Refreshments in keeping with the Christmas season were served by Mrs. Harger and a gift was given to each member present by the hostess. Those who attended the meeting were, Mrs. Valnette Adams, Mrs. Bertha Ellis, Mrs. Hiltrude Dudley, Mrs. Ella P. Hall, Mrs. Elsye E. Jones, Mrs. Nellie Potts, Mrs. Nelle M. Wait, ,Mrs. Elizabeth Wiggins, Mrs. Parrett, Miss D. Grace Rheuby and the hostess, Mrs. Harger. Miss Betty Jean Dodson gave a farewell parly at her home Saturday for Marlon and Joan Proffitt, granddaughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ver-ner Dwigglns who moved to Wayne-town last week. Nine guests were present at the party. Hot chocolate, cookies, sandwiches and pop corn were served by tbo hoBtess. Mr. and Mrs. Alten Rose and daughter, Evndna spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Keen and son, Roger and daughter, Mrs. Robert J. Rose. Mrs. Belle Youmans of Mecca Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Youmans of Newport. Mrs. Frank Barclay of Perrys-ville spent Monday in Newport. A dinner was, .given at the home of Mr. and Mrs, (ieorge Burroughs Sunday in honor of their son, Norman of the U. S. Navy who is spending a leave with his parents. Those present yere: Charles Burroughs of Georgetown, rural route, tjtnnctincitiff Schedule Changes "1 WU B Effective Sunday, December 17, a number of minor changes will be maile in the passenger train time tables of the (J&KI Kailroail. It is suggested, therefore, that travelers planning trips to be made after that dale consult with the nearest ( :X I ',1 Ticket Agent. The trains on the Dixie Route to Florida and the South are not affected by this change. The C&Fi is doing all possible to facilitate essentia travel on war work. To provide accommodations for service men, and to help reduce the congestion of military traffic, your co-operation is requested in avoiding unnecessary travel. I'VO: - tip 1 BXrW-f Tie CHICAGO Line Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad Myers siient WedneMlaydn Danville xluippliih'. '. , ', h' .t Mrs. Burnett Nixon and sori, Lt. J. i'raiil! Nl.'-oii, spent Tuesday in Jnd- ianapolis. ' - ' " Mrs: Blnnrhe Yotmg Is quite ill at her home In Newport. Mrs. Flossie Carmack's'pent Monday in Clinton. , , m ' . Interesting Social News Everyday MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES This Old Treatment Oftui Brings Happy Raliaf Man? Buffer relieve nafERing barlcacbt quickly, onre t liey discover that the real oum ct their truuUo may b tiral Itidneyi. The Itidncya aro Nnture- chief way of taking the excess tirils mid wastaoutof the blood. '1 hey help most j)eople pass about '.i pinta a day. WhcQ disonkT of kidney function permits poisonous mutter to remain in your blood, it may cuiue nagpiug backache, rheuroatio l:tins, kg pnins, loss of pep and energy, getting up nilita, aw filing, puiiinesa under the eyes, headaches and diiriuess. Frequent or icuuty paftpfi tti'h eniarting and burning Biinietinif li'iws there is something wrong TWtb yuii. kidneys or bladder. Don't wait! Auk your dniBirist for Doan's Pills, used successfully by millions for over 40 years, 'i hey wive happy relief nnd will help the lit miles of Lidncy tubes flush out poisououa vuau Uoia your blood. Get Douna Tills. 'HONE 7J13 l.M). THt tTV tffi t M M U. w a Kit 1 I Mrn. Olllo Mack was lioatofis to the PioHinp of tlm Hillsdale Worn-ens' Hojuihllran Club Tuesday, Dec. 12 at litT home. Mm. Harry Jones, who underwent an operation at St. Anthony's IIoh-liilal in Terre llnute recently, In re-cuiH'ratiim nicHy and has been re- mowd lo the litum of her danliler, .Mr. Virginia Jlurllow. Mrs. Cecil Church uncut Wednes day In Terru Hum e. Linzie Kortner underwent an op pendectoniy at the Vermillion Coun ty Hospital Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kaufman are the parents of a son born at the Clinton Hospital, Friday, Dec. 8. Mrs. Floyd Medley and grandson of Clinton spent last Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Audrey Gratia m. The Aide Society of the United Ihetliren Church will have an all-tiny meeting at the home of Mrs. Juanlta Zacknian Thursday, Dec. 14. An exchanpe of Christmas gifts will follow the business meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Russell of Terre Haute and Mrs. Itobert Lohr-man of Indianapolis spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Russell. Mrs. Zula Dugger and daughter, Airs. Edna Middlebrook were in Clinton all day Wednesday. The WSCS of the Methodist Church will have an all-day meeting at the home of Mrs. Evelyn Heb-er on Wednesday, Dec. 13. Sam Underwood and daughter. Ella, and Mrs. Ocie York attended the funeral of a relative at Carmar-go. III. last week. Miss Norma Herrick of Indianapolis spent the weekend with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Herrick. Harold Howard of the U. S. Navy, stationed in Chicago, spent the week end with his wife and children here. Mrs. Lucille Earles and daughter. Frieda, were in Indianapolis, Monday. Mrs. Jessie Richards of Danville, HI. spent last week here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson from South Bond were recent guests here. Mr. and- Mrs. Carl Norman of West Union in Parke County visited her father, Charles Jackson last Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Archie Wiltermood spent Tuesday in Clinton. j . Mrs. Frances Mitchell and daughter, Nancy, of Indianapolis spent the weekend here with her parents. Mrs. Lizzie Jones of Veedersburg. formerly of Hillsdale, fell at her home recently and broke her arm. Mrs. Rose Shaw was a guest In Clinton Monday. Classified AJi Sell Moit Anything J2C only safe milk. this name, CI.IV- fjvSMERSpRiDt ml Pancake :i Flour i; VICTOR Pike MINNIE 558 IVAN 1201 FARMERS PRIDE f O fil M I! Q PAHATWILL ft W Old Fashioned G.rden M SUKCOATSI g.SEBVflCE & ff3 ' I former resident of Kugene who Is now receiving special treatment in I an Indianapolis hospital, spentj Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Keith i Youmans. Sgt. Tlllotson was wounded in action in France and was sent back to the stateB several weeks ago. Sunday dinner gueots of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moore and family were Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Foos and daughter, Peggy, and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Foos. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wiggins and Miss Ruth Elinor Burge, all of Newport, spent Saturday in Danville shopping. Mrs. Charles E. Lewis and son of Williamsport spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lewis and family of Newport. Ruth Owens who is employed in the Clerk's office made a I i:;iness trip to Terre Haute Monday morning. Miss Pauline Hicks Is spending a few days in Montezuma, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Richards and son, Seaman Lloyd A. Richards. Mrs. Forest Mack has assumed teaching responsibiltles In the sec ond grade to replace Mrs. Thelma Burge who is 111 at her home. Mrs. Betty Barnes and small daughter Bobby Lin have moved to the southwest apartment in the Hoo- sier State Building. Norma Jane Asbury, Virginia As- bury and Juanita Broady spent Sat urday In Terre Haute shopping. Miss Martha Barry and Miss Paul- line Hicks spent Saturday in Terre Haute shopping. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and daughter, Karen, spent the weekend in Terre Haute. Mrs. John Natale spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dodson of Newport. Miss Betty Jean Dodson of New port spent the weekend .with Mrs. Johnny Natale of Clinton. Mrs. Clara Elder is 111 at her home In Newport. Mrs. Tempee Beebee entertained members of the Electa Sunday School class of the Methodist Church with a Christmas party at her home Monday evening. One guest, Miss Blanche Eggleston, was present. Following the carry-in supper served in the dining room, the members held ap election of officers, All of the officers of the class this year were re-elected to serve next year as follows: Mrs. Otis Watson, president; Mrs. Ella Hall, vice president; Mrs. Stella Myers, secretary; Mrs. Beebee, treasurer; and Mrs. Ellen Johnson, teacher of the class. Mrs. E. S. Eggleston had charge of the devotions for the evening. A gift exchange was held during the meeting. Those present were, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Eggleston, Mrs. Fred San ders, Mrs. Beebee, Mrs. Watson, Miss D. Grace Rheuby, Mrs. Nellie Potts, and the guest. Miss Eggleston. A surprise birthday dinner was given for Keith Youmans oy nts wife at their home last Friday night. A decorated birthday cake witlt candles was the center piece for the dining table and before dinner, Mr. Youmans' small son, Barty, sang "Happy Birthday," to his father. Following the dinner the guests spent the remainder of the evening playing cards. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ira Church of Clinton and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fox of Perrysville. Mr. Youmans received several nice gifts. Donald Sullivan celebrated his 15th birth anniversary at his home Sunday. Marvin Gaines who will observe his 18th birth anniversay next Tuesday was a dinner guest at the Sullivan home. In the afternoon the two hoys attended a movie in Clinton. Mrs. Tempee Beebee of Newport will leave Saturday for Little Ferry, N. J. where she plans to spend t he winter with her daughter, Mrs. Mary Evans Koch. She will also visit her son, Morris H. Evans at Roselle, N. J. during the winter months. Miss Jean Pollard, former resident of Newport, now a registered nurse, is working In a hospital In Lewiston, Idaho. Miss Pollard has charge of the children's ward in the hospital. Petty Officer second class and Mrs. Charles Williams of Hillsboro, lnd. and Mrs. Belle Hegarty of Newport were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Verner Van Vllet Sunday. Mrs. Fern Hollingsworth entertained Mrs. Tempee Beebee. Miss Nancy Lewis and Miss Blanche Eggleston at 6 o'clock dinner last Friday evening. Mrs. John Thomas returned home Wednesday night from Beaufort, S. C., wiiere she will stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Linzia Fortner and two daughters. Maomi and Doris Mae of Hillsdale spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Keene and daughter. Mrs. Robert J. Rose. Mrs. Fred Sanders of Newport spent Wednesday in Cayuga visiting i with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gaylor. j Mrs. Elizabeth Stewart and chil dren, u,d Dickie aud .lUs. ! hBtrnTm- Flour 25 lbs. FOOD V ALU nmmt IMIBBVM Ha"! mm l ' R"- 1 0.88 1 I Exquisite flower pattern set 'Sj $S off by an elegant 22-karat mt aId smartly tail- froiii scrnii itdniirn- K3 DiecosC ored. 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