The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 15, 1944 · Page 5
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December 15, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Page Five THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Friday, December 15, 1944. III of IV which have insufficient manpower but remain generally. ,uu4 to schedule. Regional, state and ar: ea rating, o i.lf-9'Jl 5. Local Industries. , Regional,,, slute and area rating. . jj Clinton Social Notes 1 Five-Point System Of Labor Priority Enforced by WMC tCouiinved. rrum page 1) Blanford Conservation Club Members Have Party at Hall Nineteen members of the Blanford Ladies Conservation attended the 0SRITAL Joe Murray, Mecca, was admitted to the; Vermillion County Hospital yesterday as a medical case. B. V. Skidmore, route one, and Dan Randall, Hillsdale, were admitted to the county hospital yesterday as medical cases. Martha Hlxon, Hlggins Street, was dismissed from the county hospital yesterday. Read Ov Up-to-Date Sport Newt BBB Club Meets Thursday At Marcinko Residence Mrs. Lucille Marcinko was hostess for the B. B. Club at her borne Thursday night. Bunco was played with prizes bunco; Lucille Marcinko, high; Del-en a Gambaianl, low and Christina Hollinesworth, travel. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess during the evening. The Christmas party will be held Thursday evening, December 21 at the home of Mrs. BesBie Runyan. being won by Josephine I'erona, Mrs. Kate Cjosnell and Miss Amelia Robertson of Souih Main street left this morning for Joliet. 111.. Christmas party at the hall recently. Christmas decorations were carried out throughout the entire hall. The supper was served by candlelight and Christmas carols were sung. Cames were played during the evening and a gift exchange was enjoyed. Mrs. Rosemary Blue, Columbus, Ohlo, Mrs. Wllma Mienke and Miss Roberta Dagley of Rock, iBland, 111. daughters' of Wayne Dagley of North Ninth street where called Mrs. Cora Runyan, Mrs. Anna Hnep-home recently due to the serious 111-, herd.' Mrs. Alice Street. Mrs. Myrtle where they will spend the next few . Mrs. Mienke have returned to their months with Mrs. Council's daugh- homes, while Miss Dagley will rater, Mrs. William Maetln and fam- main another week. Mr. Dagley is My. I If FOR EVERYONE IN THE FAMILY National rating. 2. Plants producing emergency orders which are faced with suililt'n Interrupted output, such as high labor turnover rate. Area rating. 3. Plants producing "must'' Items under "top priority" raling of III which are behind schedule and lack articulate manpower. National, ri'g-lonul. stale and area raling. 4. Firms with urgency ratings of She'll Be Pleased WithTheee--- Mueical Powder Boxes BOOK ENDS Cigarette Cases Cosmetic Gift Sets Perfumes - Colognes COMPACTS BILLFOLDS STATIONERY CANDY Cory Coffee Makers I A BIC CHRISTMAS g FOR THE LITTLE ONE THE BABY SHOP 320 8. MAIX ST. CLINTON A Fine Gift! ! Gleaming Satin COMFORTER SETS 6.75 8 Iteversllile pink and Blue with Matililng Pillow 5 Little Boyx ness of their father. Mrs. Blue and reported to be Improving I ? y i y y X y y ; y y ; Baby Blue and Pink CORDUROY Bonnets 89c Double Knit Creeper Fslra fine. Well made, good qual i(y. rolom while, Ktwn, yellow and blue. Sizes 1 - $1.89 1 I IN. -V l. V BOXED FOR GIFTS . COVERALL BIB Large Size 69c Size itound in Pastels 23c KabykiiiK, Ijirge, t'aUli) TOYS For The Kiddies Stuffed Toys -Dolls Walking Dogs - Jeeps .Pull Toys -Blocks Archery Sets Games and Books Monopoly BLAKE'S i wt A. .ii.tin ni. Mt.Miftrai.:ii.h.fc:tM Girls Winter BONNETS Jut In time for Santa. Sweetheart shape with double felt hi Irn. Fancy bright feather anil rililion trim. Sixett 14-15-1(1. Colors brown, navy, red, soldier and 01 In wine. $1.1 SI NEIGHBORHOOD STORE '' BIBS and APRONS 490 ? Tenderize Meat Add a squirt of lemon juice or vinegar to tough pot roast or chicken while cooking. ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 1:17 North 7th St. I-IIONK 1H4-W I'KltM A.NKNTS GIVEN AT NIGHT mens He's Been Wanting And Needing PIPES - TOBACCO BILLFOLDS Cigarette Cases Shaving Sets - B0MBSIGH1 Seat 8" x 12" r. I?; if. s : ! j! Men's I I f y IS TV a s A A A A A A A A A A A A A A y Silk in Kiddies Designs Colored llwkground PI.AKIE TINKLE TONE t Fairview Women's Club Holds All Day Meeting Mrs. Nellie Mayers entertained the Women's Social Club of Fair-view Wednesday at an all day meeting and pot-luck dinner at her home; During the business session held in the afternoon, the following officers were elected for the coming year: i President, Mrs. Lulu Pavey; and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Blanche Reynolds. Mystery pals were revealed and names were drawn for the mystery pals for the coming year. Those attending were Mrs. Louise Borasso. Mrs. Jennie Dean. Mrs. Marv garet firlffln. Mrs. Pleana Hill. Mrs. Mary Houston. Mrs. Lydla Johnson, Mrs. Laura Kerr. Mrs. Helen Markel- lo, Mrs. Vera Murray, Mrs. Nellie 1 Mayers, Mrs. Sophia Petak, Mrs. Lu- lu Pavey. Mrs. Blanche Reynolds, Short. Mrs. Mary Turbevllle and daughter, Mildred and Mrs. Lockie Wake. Contests were played and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Margaret Griffin, Mrs. Mary Houston. Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Kerr, Mrs. Duckworth and Mrs. Reynolds. , Two guests were present, Carol Parents and Mrs. Waneta Duckworth. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Mary Houston on January 10. Mrs. Skelton Hostess For Jolly Birthday Club Meet The Jolly Birthday Club of St. Bernicc met at the home of Mrs. Harold Skelton on Wednesday for Its Christmas party. Christmas gifts were exchanged and a grab bag was enjoyed. Esther Hlddle, Cora Conner and Gladys Skinner were in charge of the entertainment. Prizes were won by Lizzie Johnson, Gladys Green and Laura Foncannon. Refreshments of cake and coffee were served to the sixteen members and three guests present. Those present were Cora Conner, Margaret Caldwell. Gladys Green, Amelia Good. Amanda Bush, Meda Glass. Minnie King. Lucy Skelton, Lizzie Johnson. Gladys Skinner. Esther Hiddle, Rada Dunn, Faye Newton. Mrs. Frank Stout, Laura Foncannon and Doris King. The guests were Mrs. Reed Mc-Ginnis. Daisy Adams, Dana and Carrie Schwarte. Jolly Eight Club Party Held At Jenkins Home The Jolly Eight Club held Its Christmas party at the home of Mrs. David Jenkins on South Third street last night. Bunco was played with Mrs. Jo- 1. ,....,., Inn Inn tllcrK- Uh Jenkins, bunco: Mrs. George San- den ders. low and Mrs. Oscar Howard, travel. Christmas gifts were exchanged and delicious refreshments were ser ! , be 1 """ "' , . held at the home or Mrs. uavio Lindsey. Squares and oblongs in multi- S Heavy Drapery Damasks with i i niii y t v-v rtovri s Kllu lix bluuivo g 59c i Friday DEB Club will have Christmas party 7 p. m. with Mrs. Rovlne Eaton at South Fifth street. Bring mystery pal gift and gift for rab bag. Due to the threat of scarlet fever, the Jacksonville Christmas program and PTA meeting has been cancelled. Jacksonville P. T. A. regular Christmas program and entertainment. All grades will take part in the program, 7:30 p. m. Saturday Junior Helper, of Methodist Church, Christmas party l:S0-:S0 p. m. in the Men'. 8. 8. 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. Mondav Sunshine Circle Club will be held at the home of Mrs. Ora Doyle, South Fourth street, Monday evening. Daughters of America Christ mas party in nan at p. Each member to bring four sand wiches covered dish and 10-cent arrab-bag. Wakofe Club members meet at bus station at 7 p. m. to go to Hazel Lauehlin's for Christmas party. Pvthlan Circle, Christmas supper at the K. P. hall. Bring 10c gift for grab bag. Tuesday Delta Theta Tau Christmas dinner party In Clinton Hotel at 6:30 p. m. Those not going are to call 100 by Saturday. Clinton Township Home Ec Club will nave an all day Christmas meeting, on December 19. Mrs. Williams Entertains With Birthday Party Elaine Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Williams observed her sixth birthday at a party given by her mother Saturday afternoon. Games were played and prizes were awarded Is Breck Alden Marlon. Dovne Chubb. Helen Mae Wil liams and Judith Kay Prall. Others attending were Peggy Jo Austin, Caroline Brewer. Tommy Cadle, Llla Crowder, Helen Dickinson. Barbara Glvens. Frances and William Graham, Paula Jay and Betty Lou Hixon, Luetta Ann Luce, Randall Marion, Joan and Donald Martin, Mary Perry. Emily Syns, Harold Southard, Valena Wilson. Harold Williams, Martha Ann and Artie Joe Williams. Mrs. Williams was assisted by Mrs. Betty Perry and Mrs. Beverly Crowder. Royal Neighbors Enjoy Recent Turkey Dinner Members of the June Camp of the Royal Neighbors held their regular meeting and Christmas party at tne home of Mr. Rosemary Hasting, of vorth Reventh street last night. - - - a aeiiciuua IUIej uimui " " !ved followed by the exchange of Christmas gifts. Winner. In the quiz contest were Raymond Donzero and Patty Lou MeConnell. Those attending were Mrs. Anton-ette Basso. Mrs. Julia Nolte. Mrs. Jennie Leprl. Mrs. Marie Karanovlch. Mrs. Ann Donzero and son. Raymond, Mr.. Lela MeConnell and son. Ronnie, Patty Lou MeConnell, Mrs. Mary GlanottL Miss Loretta Gian-otti, Teddie Ghidottl and the hostess. Carl Bingham Host For Christmas Party Thursday Carl Bingham of 325 Vine street entertained with a Christmas party for the teachers and trustee of the Montezuma school Thursday even ing. Dinner was served at Antonini's and the evening was spent at the Bingham home. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. McDowell. Mr. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Reel. Miss Ralston, Miss Atherton. Miss Ayers. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Insley and Mr. and Mrs. Russell. CHRISTMAS DIXKER PARTT Eight employes of the Dally Ciln-tonian enjoyed a Christmas dinner Thursday evening In the Hoosler Room at the Deming Hotel In Ter-re Haute. Prior to the dinner, gift, were exchanged. Those attending were Mrs. Ksye Romano, Mrs. Goorge L. Carey. Mrs. Betty Collins, and the Misses Martha Mackie. Martha Paine, Dee Thomson. Maxine Van Sickle and Mary Lear. Cpl. and Mrs. Carl Cloyd of Hat-tiesburg. Miss, are the parent, of a son bora December 14. .The infant weighed eight and one-half pounds and has been named George Thomas. Tbe mother is the former Mary Louise Craig. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Dotlich. route three, are the parents of a son born yesterday at tbe Vermillion County Hospital. Tbe infant weighed eight pounds 10 ounces and has not yet been named. Pvt. and Mrs. Homer Blackburn are the parent, of a son bora yesterday at the county hospitaL The ' baby weighed eight pounds four and lone half ounce, and was named Ho mer. jr. .L- . ft .- d II- 1 D 11 i Floating Rollickin KoIlO CC. 5 DAISY CHATTERMATIC 4 UvC E & PAL EXPRESS LITTLE RED WAGON 12 In. Long. Loaded With Wood Blocks. 79c f TOY GUN j; 24 Inches Long Natural finish stock and iblack barrel. Chatters like real machine gun. ' 9 89c s VHIlAllMIIV(lWSJ'VI'V;lllil fi JUNIOR REAL "TEXAX" COWBOY CAME CORDUROY CAPS Willi Bill. 1 n Navy, Soldier, and Wine. . $1.15 DRESSED DOLLS in to 12 inch: iniualile arms and legs. $1.75 to $2.25 SOFTIU - 1.23 - l.f Large Heavy SHAWLS Of 1HI Wool Jarquard Pattern with i deep fringe. Pink, White I and Blue. Size 40 x SO. 5 co en and S VM5 W.SfW KcccccwcceKicira FIHK OVEN WARE 3 pc. Mixing - BOWL SET This attractively decorated glass set may be used for mixing batters and salads, for baking casserole dishes, and flQ for serving. HQS 3 pc. BAKING SETS Z 2 Sizes in Baking Dishes, all wiTh y lids. Large lisb is id-al for a E ,at loaf or other things -Ot I 2 1 ltFOk 1 1 CHINA GIFTS 69c to 1.98 i Richly patterned sandwich plate with handle, matching Bon Hon S Dish. Salad Bowl and Upoon. Cake Plate and Server or Nut Bowls. 5 Sparkling with 22 kt. gold design! DEE'S Small Of Oil On i n and VES1 ,-: CHAPS Every Kiddie will enjoy destroying the enemy. jfiK - SWi i I ?MMS& . SX&J y A-JSVIZ - . QLrkf H y. . JjSOTS'i ff. - X S ZfjLi-J I 8 y 55 " t ' v'V'SW g ,Vfj "S ' & :. '' 5 g 4&&&g?'t Jf '' ZJ i S2.49 Gun, Holster and Brit 59c $1. NATTKAL FINISH HARDVOCD ROCKERS Assortments of FILLED CARDBOARD NOVELTIES 39c f 20 In. High - 55 3.49 STARTING TONIGHT WE WILL BE OPEN Each Night Until Christmas M Downy Soft Pillows A A A Shcp Evenings and Avoid V. 1 Useful Christinas Gifts 1 .98 A The Day-Time Crowd! A A A All Siiee All Shapes! All Colors! A colored floral printed bengaline. A matching or contratting loop fringe. Sturdy corduroys, taffetas in A bright winter shades. Comfortable sofa sires. Well bound. y re,iuirinc a defp dish. Vi CUuTkJ Ads Sell Most AaftliiBi in mi nr ir if i - . -

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