The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 14, 1944 · Page 5
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Thursday, December 14, 1944
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Page Five THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Thursday, December 14, 1944. Past Noble Grands Club Holds Christmas Dinner Thirty-seven members of the Past Perrysville Residents Observe 55th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Ping celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary j Clinton Social Notes at their home In Perrysville Sunday. Noble Grands Club met Wednesday evening at the Odd Fellows hall for their annual Christmas dinner. Mr. Ping, a merchant in that city, has resided there for the past 22 years. Before that he had been A delicious chicken dinner was Newport Student Takes Part in Christinas Vespers Jane Lewis of Newport will sing in the student choir at Indiana State Teachers College for the annual Christmas Vespers, Sunday afternoon, Dec. 17. The choir of 80 voices will present a program of Christmas carols of many nations and special arrangements of Christmas hymns. The Sunday afternoon vespers open Christmas week on the campus and precede the open house nnd dinner lor coeds from residence halls und their guests. John Cork, Perrysville, Dies of Heart Attack John Cork, 70, died at his homo two miles soutli of Perrysville -Tuesday morning. Heart trouble was believed to be the cause of his death. A former resident of Cissna Park, 111., Mr. Cork moved to Perrysville about nine months ago. He Is survived by the widow, the former Miss Jennie Smith; two sons, Lester of West Lebanon, Ind., and Eugene in the service acrosB seas; and one daughter, Gladys, who lives in Danville. served at a long table di" : led in a well known fanner In both War red, white and green crepe paper and red and green candles. Following the dinner, the business session was held with officers for the coming year being elected. Mrs. Amy Cunningham will serve as pre sided. Mrs. Clio Rlcauda, vice-president; Mrs. Clara Gllmour, secretary; Thurgaav Jolly Eight Club, Christmas party with Mrs. David Jenkins, 7:30 p. m. Bring gilt for the grab bag. Methodist Adult Choir meet at 7 instead of 7:30 p. m. Final rehearsal for the Christmas Cantata. - Ammoa Class of the First Baptist Church will have a party at 1252 South Fifth. Bring gift for grab bag. Friday Octette Club, noon luncheon with Mrs. Helen Heacock. Mystery pal exchange and Christmas grab bag. Kid party. Jacksonville P. T. A. regular Christmas program and entertainment. All grades will take part In the program, 7:30 p. m. Saturday Junior Helpers o f Methodist Church, Christmas party 2:30-4:30 p. m. in the Men's S. S. class room. Bring 25c gift for exchange. Primary Department of Methodist Church, will hold party at the church In primary room from 2 to 4 p. m. Bring 10c gift. Tuesday Clinton Township Home Ec Club Universal Resident Attends Son's Wedding In Chicago Mrs. Caroline Moreski of Universal has returned to her home from Chicago, 111. where she attended the wedding of her son, William More-ski, to Miss Pearl Branam of Chicago. The wedding took place at the St. James Baptist Church on November 22 at 8 p. m. The bride wore a wine street length dress with matching accessories. A reception was held at the home of the bride's sister, Miss Emma Branam. Mr. Bozo of the Palmer House attended the wedding. Mr. Moreski is employed at the Palmer House. Mother Honored At Home of Daughter in Cleveland, O. Mrs. Mary Soltis of Universal was honored at a birthday party given at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bertha Petroe in Cleveland, O. recently. Mrs. Soltis was visiting In CLINTON STORE ren and Fountain counties. Mr. and Mrs. Ping were married at Nashville, Ind., on Dec. 10, 1889. Mrs. Ping before her marriage was Miss Louise Hedrlek. Both have been members of the United Brethren Church for many years and Mr. Ping is, affiliated with the I. O. O. K. lodge. They have eight children living. Two sons died In infancy and one son, Oscar, died 18 years ago. The other children are: Lester of Gibson City, III.; Arthur of Chicago; Orval of Danville; Raymond of West Lebanon, Ind.; Edgar and Ralph, both of Covington; and Mrs. Doris Lewis and Delgar, both of Perrysville. They also have 31 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren with the following serving In the armed forces: Pvt. Harry Ping, Pvt. James Ping, Aviation Cadet Lester G. Ping and Laurel Ping, Metalsmith first class with the U. S. Navy. Another grandson Orville D. Ping is to be inducted soon. Newport American Legion Auxiliary Supper Planned American Legion and Auxiliary will have an all day Christmas meet ing, on December 19. Ohio at that time. a lolrimici tnrltev dinner was Women's Wonderful Rayon Knit SLIPS 1-39 to $1.59 Requires No Ironing served and Mrs. Soltis received a I beautiful bouquet of roses from her sons, Steve and George, who are serving overseas. and Mrs. Lela Moore, treasurer; Mrs. Mary Stewart, chaplain; Mrs. Mollie Prather, reporter. The Christmas program was held with Mrs. Moore reading the Christmas story. The song, "Silent Night" was sung by Mrs. Flo Reed and Mrs. Clara Gllmour accompanied by Mrs. Moore. The grab bag and Christmas gift exchange was enjoyed by the members. During the meeting, installing officers were appointed to Install the new officers at the next meeting. Mrs. Flo Reed, Mrs. Ortha Smith and Mrs. Nora Wilson will serve as the installing officers as well as the entertainment committee for that night. Mrs. Clio Rlcauda, Mrs. Ida Snow and Mrs. Dorothy Bennett will have charge of the refreshments. The committees in charge for last night's meeting were as follows: entertainment, Mrs. Lela Moore, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Rlcauda; kitchen committee, Mrs. Birdella Brown, chairman, Mrs. JameB, Mrs. Reed, Mrs. Smith and MrB. Stevenson; dining room, Mrs. Gllmour, Mrs. Boyd and Mrs. Scullion; buying, Mrs. Minnie Madison and Mrs. Scott. The next meeting will be held January 10. Dana Chapter of OES Meets At Kelley Home The Tott Sales Past Matrons Club of Dana Chapter 0. E. S. met at the home of Mrs. Guy Kelley, St. Bernlce last night for the regular meeting and Christmas party. The home was beautifully decorated in keeping with Christmas and the dining table was centered with a white snow scene. A Christmas scene was placed on the buffet. Crompton Hill P. T. A. Holds It's Annual Christmas Program Coinmittttft Appointed To Iluy Hi'IiimiI Kulmeii( ; Pupils Present Ititermtlim Program Foi' Patrons and KrltmlM The Parent Teachers ABBoefntion of the Crompton Hill School voted to have Mrs. Hatlle Craddle buy volley balls for the school during the business session of the Tuesday meeting. A song book committee consisting of Mrs. Omer Myers and MIbs Tegwllh Hise was named. It wns also decided to have the school's radio repaired. Following the business session, a Christmas program was presented by all the grades of the school for a large crowd of patrons and friends. The program began with a welcome and song, "Santa Claus Is Coming" by the first grade. Next the Junior Choir In white robes with red bows presented a Christmas cantata. The choir Is composed of the fifth and sixth grade students. Grade two then presented "Our Best Love," Grade three and four, a playlet In costume, "At The Last Moment"; Joanlth Joslyn, "A Crippled Dolly" and Merry Christmas Acrostic," Jerry Wright gave "What I'd Do"; Joseph Massa, "Teacher Doesn't Know" five girls from the third and fourth grades presented "Is There A Santa Claus?"; Elbert Stanley gave a "A Letter To Santa," Grade two In white robes with blue bows presented "Someone's Slylng Peeping" and "Deck the Halls"; Carolyn Foltz recited "The Night Before Christmas"; Patricia Walker, "Never Mind"; Grades three and four, "Away In A Manger" and "Santa Claus"; Elsie and Margaret Thomas, "Up On The House Top"; Melvln Curry, "Will Christmas Never Come", seventh and eighth grades "Walky-Talky Doll Shop" with Leila Myers as the owner of the doll shop. Many different characters of movielands were represented by different students. Various songs and dances were presented by the dolls. Following this the senior choir presented "Silent Night." The program concluded with Del-la Boatman leading the audience In the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Kathleen Lowry and Mrs. Elsie Houston were the accompanists for the program. members and their families are urg ed to attend a supper to be given I I : Eugene Bord of Montezuma was dismissed from the Vermillion county hospital yesterday. Miss. Gretchen Richards was admitted to the Vermillion County Hospital in Clinton Friday night where she underwent an appendectomy a few hours after being taken there. Miss Richards was about to go on the stage at the Junior class play when she took an attack of appendicitis and had to be taken to the hospital. Mrs. William Bishop was dimtss ed from the county hospital Friday and returned to her home in Newport. Her young son, Thomas, who is rmlv a few davs old will remain Smoothly fitting rayon knit slips ... the love of the business girl and housewife alike . . , they need no ironing. Wonderful Christmas gift I Pink only. Sizes 32 to 50. Sizes 32 to 50 Other guests attending were Julia and Marge Soltis, Mrs. Mary Petroe, and Mr. and MrB. Frank Kress and Bons, Francis and Richard of Pittsburgh, Pa. The honored guest received several lovely gifts. Beverly Knezevich Honored On Birth Anniversary Mrs. Frieda Knezevich entertained with a party Tuesday In honor of her daughter, Beverly, on her fourth birthday anniversary. Refreshments of cake, ice cream, nuts and candy were served to the following guests: Lillian, James and Davis Lee Hinkle, Judy and Larry Carty, Ruth Ann Ballock, Shirley, Janet and Larry Robbins, Danny McQueen, Donald Kuykendal, Delo-res and Doyne Stash, Mrs. Elizabeth Davis and daughters, Irma Lou, Carol and Sissy, Mrs. James Davis and son, Mrs. Flora Hinkle, Mrs. Alma Robbins and the honored guest. Beverly received many nice gifts. William L. Anderson and Miss Doris Anderson are expected home this week from Hanford, Wash. , GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY at the hospital for the next two Lighted tapers in colors of the five months. MOTHER'S usisrRE ai'B Women's Rayon Knit Panties They fit smoothly and sleekly under your slips ... giving your figure the smooth lines that fashion de- LJ f mands under your new costumes. Rayon knit in V pink, all sizes. The Mother's Leisure Club met points of the star were placed on the table. Following the business meeting, gifts were exchanged and a social time enjoyed. Tuesday night at the home of Mrs Ann Minett. Bunco was enjoyed and refresh Those present were Mrs. Tott Sales. Mrs. Esther Kelley, Mrs. Ro ments were served. Th rhi'lBlmas nartv will be held ma Terry, Mrs. Etta Osmon, Mrs. Thursday evening, December 21 at Emma Aikman, Mrs. Florence Mil the Roma Hotel. ler, Mrs. Ada Rhodes, Mrs. Clio King, Mrs. Clara Draper and Mrs. Helen Stlnes. One guest Mrs. Elma Lace Trimmed SLIPS What Is more suitable for gifts than lingerie . . . especially If it Is as beautiful as these wonderful, fitting rayon knit slipB with lovely lace trimming! Tearose and white in I OQ sizes 1)2 to 40. ItUa Wm's Fabric GLOVES Fashion-Rite gloves . . . perfect acce3sorle to any costume. Smooth fabrics of turf tan, red, beige and black. 0 I Sizes 0 to 8. Trultt attended. in the Legion Hall above the post office Thursday evening, Dec. 21, at 6:30 p. m. Each family is asked to bring a covered dish and a ten cent gift for the grab bag for each member of the family. All wives, mothers, sisters and daughters of service men fighting In the war are invited to attend this dinner. The American Legion members will hold a business meeting ttB soon as the supper Is over. Newport Co-ed Elected As ISTC Senior Officer Miss Jane Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Lewis of Newport, was elected vice-president of the senior class at Indiana State Teachers College in the annual campus elections this week. Miss Lewis was the candidate of the All-State party which won every class office in a landslide over the opposition All-Campus. She Is a member of Pamarista, service organization for outstanding campus women, Epsilon Delta Sorority, Iota Rho Chi, and band and symphony orchestra. US Airmen Pound Japs as Infantry Scores New Cains (Continued from Page One) land was light with only five enemy planes shot down, American aircraft continued their sweeps over the Philippines, destroying a 3,000-ton Jap freighter-transport east of Min-doro Island and smashing again at fuel Installations and other enemy facilities on Borneo in the third successive heavy raid to be reported by General MacArthur against the vital Jap-held Island. Plane Kt.rike Tarakan In the Borneo raid, American patrol planes struck at the Tarakan area on the northeast coast, setting fire to petroleum refinery buildings, six large oil tanks and two oil reservoirs. The raiders also hit shipping facilities at Sandakan on the north coast, cauBing fires In shipyards, scoring hits on docks and sinking or damaging five enemy luggers. In the southern Philippines. Liberators and Mitchell medium bombers blasted Sassa and Padada airdromes at Davao on Mindanao Island without opposition. Mrs, Mac Holllngsworth and Mrs. Arthur Hild returned yesterday af v ..a 0 IS ter spending the past three days In Alblan, Mich. Mrs. Laura Frisk re 3-98 Women's Beautiful Floral CHINTZ HOUSECOATS turned with them to spend the win tar with her niece, Mrs. Hild. ' ft: "M-MM! PLEN SHARP!" Snug robes. She'll give you a hug for one of these beautiful chintz housecoats with bright floral prints . . . she'll wear it for early morning wear and fireside lounging in the evening! Sizes 14 to 20. 3 i Wm's Pretty COTTON SWEATERS Htre ihey are . . . those sweaters thut women love to wear over dresses for added warmth . . to mix and mutch with sweaters and suits . . . cotton Men's Fancy GIFT TIES He never has too many ties . . . he'd love one of these beautiful fancy ties ... in a gulaxy of colors to wear with Cflft any color suit. " knit cardigans in blue, red and 1.19 green in 8ics small medium and large. -Lb. BOX COOKIES 1.29 Sgt. and Mrs. Paul Foltz are the parents of a daughter born at the St. Anthony Hospital in Terre Haute yesterday. The infant weighed seven and a half pounds and has been named Sharon Louise. Sharon is the second child and Sgt. Foltz is stationed at Camp Swift, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nelson of Bloomingdale are the parents of a son born yesterday at the Vermillion County Hospital. The baby weighed nine pounds four ounces but has not yet been named. Mrs. Nelson was formerly Miss Clova Nelson of Montezuma. Word was received by Mrs, Guy Lee of the birth of a son to her Bister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Milan of Lewiston, Idaho. The Infant weig-ed eight pounds six ounces and has been named Francis Marvin. Mr. and Mrs. Milan are former residents of Newport. Mrs. Milan's mother, Mrs. Pearl Pollard is staying with them. Throw Tour Scrap Into the Flint! Clothes that boys will gladly live in make popular "under the tree" items. See them now! Fruit Designed m m m m M m' n m ! M n m v. TABLECLOTHS lloautiful 'bright colon i on snowy white drill cloth. Ileautiful for kitchen or dinette. Fine quality . . . washulfle Canadians Mount New Advances in Stabs at Nazi's Faenza Defense THE RIGHT SHIRT for right guys. Checked flannels. $4.95. SWEATERS. Fine wool. Plaid and novelty weaves. $2.00 to $6.00 (Continued from page 1 ) fast colors. Standard size luncheon cloth. j.49 52"x52"Size LUNCHEON CLOTH AND SIX NAPKINS ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 North 7th St. PHONE 184-W PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT I I n i m B 8k i k k i 5k 5k It I 5k It- m 5k & 5k ft-) 2.49 Mm SNO-surrs and LEGGING SETS $12.95 to $22.50 Beautiful, colorful luncheon cloths with bright Mc-xican designs made in Mexico. Large 54" x 04" size with six large napkins to match. f in ft 25 C ea. BEAUTIFUL PLACE MATS Floral and Fruit Designs Canale Naviglio on a wide fron' north of Bagnacavallo. British columns with the V. S Fifth Army beat down stiffening German resistance as they drove toward Imola. The British captured Tossignano and Borgi Tossignano. southwest of Imola where they now are engaged in clearing the area. IHttpcNUei Nazi llhmn Meanwhile the Germans made a series, of desperate thrusts against British positions on Mount Cerene designed to outflank Allied strongholds on strategic Mount Grande. The assault proved futile, however, and was beaten back with heavy losses to the Germans. Despite the fact that bad weather hampered air operations Allied planes were able to fly 600 sorties out of Italian bases which gave close support to the Canadians along the Lamone, tore Into German positions in the Po valley and again blasted Nazi lines of communications in the Brenner Pass. RAF heavy and medium bombers flew supply missions to Greece while coastal air forces hit a Nazi-held electric station on the Franco-Italian border and strafed enemy motor transport convoys in the area. FRISTf DAY vj RIGHT I V 7 ALL-TIME MUST for WARM AS TROPICS FINGERTIPS MACKINAWS TOPCOATS boys. Weather-proof, wool ,en'H Gifty TIE SETS Smart gifts for the man hi your life . . . beaJitiful rayon tie nnd halHlkerchieu in wonderful new patterns attJ colors. Colors, conservative and nov 1 lo go with any outfit! V" 3-Pc. Lucite VANITY SETS Sparkling clear lucite . . . pretties up any vanity. 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