The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 18, 1944 · Page 3
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December 18, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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THE DAILY OLINTONI AN Tr Pagu Three Monday, December 18, 1944. butioti lit ftiluiiiiHiite material. Mrs. Dom Costello To Head Annual Infantile Paralysis Campaign Clinton Social Notes Monday Waste Food The average family throws away about 440 pounds of good food an nually. Sunshine Circle Club will be held at the home of Mrs. Ora Doyle, South Fourth street, Monday eve of '3 and has attended Taylor University at Upland. Ind., MSalle Unl- (Continued from page II ning. Daughters of America Christ Private and Mrs. Glenn E. Stutler, are the parents of a daughter born December 9 at the Union Hospital in Terre Haute. The Infant weighed seven pounds five ounces and has been named Carole Joyce. vorslly of Chicago. III. and was en rolled at Butler University at the mas party In hall at 7; 80 p. m. Each member to bring four sand ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 1:17 Xorth 7th St. I'ilO.VK 1X4-W 'i-:r.manents c1vkn at night viding respirators or iron lungs fori local hoei'itals ad othr facili? , for fighting the diBfaiie. The othi-ri fifty percent is sent to the National Foundation for uw? In medical r'-; Local Teachers Enjoy Christmas Party Thursday School It-uuil And Wives Am Among ;urt; Dinner Herved In Vermillion Koom; ;lfl Ksrfiange Knjojed Clinton school teachers, members of the school board and their wives enjoyed their Christmas party Thursday evening at the Vermillion Koom of the Clinton Hotel. The table was decorated In keeping with Christmas and during the dinner organ music was furnished by Julia Ann Ciovanfni. Following the dinner, the group time of his induction into the V. H. Army Air Force. wiches, covered dish and 10-cent erab-bag. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Avenatti, search, epidemic aid and the dititri-' Wakofe Club members meet at bus 123'i South Main Street, are the He has been in Australia for the past thirty-three months, five of which were spent In New Guinea prior to being place on Limited Service parents of a son born yesterday at station at 7 p. m. to go to Hazel Laughffn's for Christmas party. the Vermillion County Hospital. The due to being wounded in action and Pythian Circle, Christmas supper at the K. P. hall. Bring 10c gift for baby weighed six pounds two ounces and has been named John Antho ensuing hospitalization. The couple will probably remain ny. grab bag. Tuesday Mrs. Avenettl was formerly Miss Lflyal Hearts Class of the Chris A vera Edmunds. in Australia for the duration. Acme Club Members Meet At Scott Home Thursday tian Church. Christmas party. Mrs. Claude Balrd. I Walnut street. Mrs. Janet Scott was hostess for the members of the Acme Plub adjourned to the downstairs where Santa Claus distributed gifts to those present while Mr. Fant sang Christmas rhymes. During the evening, Ralph Fant sang, accompanied by Mrs. Catherine Fougneis. Miss Florence Auer '7;30 p. m. Mrs. Joe Shaw, assistant I hostess. Bring exchange gift. Delta Theta Tau Christmas dinner party In Clinton Hotl at Cpl. Teal Thomson Weds Shirley Collins In England Church iirtunn HmUtm Willi l'H..M In Aukiralia For 34 M'tiili. Xow n Lfiuff! Hrb'. oiil ITjmi To Ituiln In .utralia Mr. and Mm. Jack Thomson, Clinton, Ind. are announcing th-marriage of thir -d-u fcon, Cpl. Teal Thomson i L'HAAK) to ilis Hblrley Ceorefna Collin, 4aijL'Mfr of Mr. and Mrs. Ja;n- Collins ol Melbourne, Australia, The crnionK a nrforiw-'d at Ht. John's Church of K upland on November t at 5: 30 p. m. The bride, givn in marriage by ner father, wore a white crfu form fitting wedding gown with marquisette yoke and a fintr-tip Vfil of BruHseU lace, Khe carried a bouquet of gardenias, narcissi and white carnations with maiden hair fern. Miss Nancy Collins, sieier of the bride, was tbe bridesmaid. Bhe was attired in a con n of apple pren lace find carried a bouquet of dark red roses, carnations and minuette. Allan Stoke acted as best man. Cpl, Thomson bad the pleasure of having his great aunt, Mrs. Flora Gutherfe of Melbourne, Australia attend the wedding ceremony. Tbe wedding dinner was served at I be home of Mrs, E, H. McLaughlin Vermillion County Nearly Doubles 6th War Loan Coal (Continued from pare It which met at her home Thursday evening. A Christmas gift exchange vas enjoyed. Bunco was played at three tables during the evening with Mrs. Claude Foltz winning high; Mrs. Harry read the Christmas story from the Bible and carols were sung by the entire group accompanied by Miss Baker's. Kroger's Grocery Co. Dorothy Devonald. p. m. I nose noi going ie w call toe by Saturday. Clinton Township Home Ec Club will hate an all day Christmas meeting, on December 1). Wednesday Social Sisters will meet with Mrs. Sam Roberts. Sr. for covered dish luncheon and Christmas meeting. Moore, second high; Mrs. F.d Cun Pax ion's Grocery Co.. J. C. Penny Those serving on the committee Co., G. C. Murphy Co., Public Ser for tbe evening were Mrs. Martha Costello. chairman, Milo Curls. vice Company of Indiana, Federal Land Bank, Louisville. Indiana Bell Ralph Fants. Eloise Clazner, Doro Telephone Company. Socony Vacu- thy Devonald, Catherine Fougneis. St. Bern ice Chapter of The Ml ningham, bunco; Mrs. Harry Keiley, low; and Mrs. W. B. Brown, free for all prize. Mrs. W. H. McCracken will be the hosiess for the next meeting which is to be held in three weeks. ATTEXIW WKDIHXO Mr. and Mrs. fieorge .Jardine. Br., anil children. Martha and Fammy Avo Hadley, Gertrude Herron. Cyn waukee Women's Club, supper and 1 um Oil Co., Standard Oil Co., Mid- meeting, p. m. at the grade school. Continent Oil Co. Total, fZ4,3. Hueh neraon brine a 20e gift for Milwaukee R. R. Yard, Goy Kel thia Giovanini, Rosemary Hayes, Mrs. Marian Davlsson, Dan Burgan and Katheryn Enrlci. grab bag. Hostesses are Mrs. Reed, ly. Chairman, had a total of 6.S0H Mrs. Hiddle, Mrs. Good, Mrs. Conner extra bonds bought by Vermillion Guests at the party were Mr. and County employees above their pay Mrs. C, C. Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Hennis. Judge Davlsson, Mrs. Rob 12.59 and Mrs. George Jardine, Jr. attended the wedding of Miss Marjorle formerly of Terre Haute. ert Burton, Mrs. McCool and Miss Carl In. and Mrs. Dunn. Trf Kappa Christmas dinner at Clinton Hotel at :3 p. m. Phone S42 for reservations by 10 p. m. Monday. Party will follow at home of Mrs. Charles Bledinger, 65 South Third Street. Bring 60- Per RoB 3712 Sq.ft. WSCS of Methodist Church Holds 1 0'Clock Luncheon Approximately forty members of for fourteen guests. Shortly after tbe dinner, the newly married couple left on a nine day honeymoon. CpJ, Thomson Is a graduate of Clinton High School with the class cent gift. the W. S. C. 8. of the Methodist Church nloyed a one o'clock lunch ffif& UH, COMI, MHtOI' eon at the church recently. and Herbert Freeman of Dayton. O., which took place at the Mount Hose Methodist Church, Terre Haute, Sunday. Mrs. Freeman is the cousin of Mrs. Jardine, Sr. ft AKXIVKKKARV IMSXKR Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Redman of Dana entertained Kunday with a turkey dinner in honor of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Birt Ford, forty-flret wedding anniversary. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Milligan aud daughter of Brldgeton. Y6m Toilet Sets Immediately following the lunch eon, the meeting was opened with r, i I95095J the sfngfng of "Joy to the World." Golden Star Club, Mrs. John Po-pik, Christmas dinner, t:S0 p. m. Tfaursflky Presbyterian Missionary Society of First Presbyterian Church and Hill Crest will have a Christmas party with Mrs. M. 1. Tonner, 658 Black-man street, 2:30 p. m. PbJIatbea Class of the First Baptist Church, 7 p. m. at tbe borne of Mrs. George Chenhall, 241 South Fourth street. Each bring a gift for i k "vATTy Aab and maiot roll deductions. At the Wabash River Ordnance Works both the War Department and the E. X. du Pont Corp. put on special drives for extra bond sales of which a report will be made later. Lewin Manufacturing Co. sales were $3,250. As yet only a partial report of the women's division, the Victory Volunteers, can be given including: Clinton City, Mrs. Dorothy Bchej-sky. Chairman, sales 24.48 50. Dana, Mrs. Dorothy Elder, Chairman, Sales $8,854-50. Blanford, Mrs. Lucile Marcfnko, Chairman, Sales $4,142.50. Universal, Miss Sarah Shew, Chairman, gales $4,356.75, Centenary, Mrs. Brt Turchf, Chairman, Sales $3,626.00. Fairview, Mrs. Iena Lane, Chairman, Sales $3,626.00. Croinpton Hill, Miss Nora Kasfer. Chairman, Sales $300.00. i Tbe report of Farm Sales is In-complete as all Farm Chairmen have not reported. I ptdtM to itmototat Devotions were In charge of Miss Enough For Awiqi Six Unfloord Aftie CetH Ultlt $ 65.00) . , . .l . 'pud SuUh$4 Ufi U 30 Partemp ii the marvelous new fire-resistant icotton insulation that covers your home with a blanket of luxurious warmth in winter . , . and in summer keeps your rooms pleasantly, healthfully cool. Partemp is an inexpensive investment, yielding: a lifetime of comfort. Another Firestone contribution to a better way of life ! Six 'RecuoKA 7V6y Zoe Sharp; she also gave a musical the exchange, also sunshine gift. reading. "I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day." Mrs. Will Wood offered tbe prayer. Mrs. J. A. Wright told the Christmas story w'hich was the origin of the Christmas story, "Silent Night." Following the story, Rev. C. C. Jordan sang the song. Miss Wilhelmine Nowiing gave a piano solo, "Maidens Prayer," During tbe business meeting. Miss Eva Stokesberry who has served as DEB Club Members Enjoy Pot-Luck Supper Friday Mrs. Rovlne Eaton was hostess DR. O. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For Those Who Need Them for the DEB Club meeting and Christmas party at her home on Fri day evening. A delicious pot-luck supper was served. president of the organization for four years, was presented with a life membership. Phone 178 248 liiackuuui Ht. riJKTOJf, I.W. Members attending were Mrs. Ed Indiana Political Leader Testify In Fraud Prolie (Continued from Page One) 4 3S 4 4. FIRE-RESISTANT Partemp is subjected to a special treatment so that even a blow torch will not . ignite it. It will char under intense heat but will not carry hre. 5. INSTALL IT YOURSELF Partemp unrolls like a blanket. Bo easy to install, you can do the job yourself if you wish. 6. GOVERNMENT APPROVED There is a TJ. B. Got era meet inspector in every Partemp plant. Every carton must bear his oificlal stamp of 1. ECONOMICAL Under the FHA financing plan, you have three years to pay. Since it saTes you up to 30 in fuel costs, Partemp pays for itselfl 2. LIGHTWEIGHT Partemp is as safe to handle as a powder puff and very nearly as light! Does not settle but actually flails np under vibration! 3. WATER-REPELLENT All the natural oils and waxes are left in Partemp, thus miriwg it highly resistant to moisture absorption. na Dugger, Mrs. Iouise Conners. Mrs. Margaret Crowder. Mrs. Evalyn Keiley, Mrs. Maxlne Turner, Mrs. Jennie Ross, Mrs. Jessie Richmond and the hostess. Mystery pal gifts were exchanged and the Christmas grab bag was en-Joyed. Bunco was played with Mrs. Turner winning high; Mrs. Richmond, bunco and travel and Mrs. Keiley. low. This meeting concluded the tournament with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Ross, high; Mrs. Richmond, bunco and Mrs. Keiley, low. Mrs. Connor of South Third street will be hostess in two weeks. , m m Local Embroidery Club Holds Christmas Dinner Officers for the new year were chosen at the annual Christmas din THAT MAKE imm hJ3i m. ii I . Ka" A BIG HIT -8 approval. floor, in charge of Hepublirun pr-eiuct leaders and that many persons, including women, were drunk, on the last night for compiling the registration lists. Tbe entire membership of the Green Committee will cons id it the Indiana case, if the subcupimltte deems that evidence produced today and tomorrow justified it, according to Robert T. Murpliy, chief committee counsel. Prmtecution May Follow Tbe Green Committee may decide to recommend that any eiwtion irregularities discovered' be referred to the United States Attorney General for possible federal prosecution, it also was pointed out. Other prominent wituetmeg summoned were: David M, Lewis, Democratic and Edwin Steers, Republican member of the State Board of Election Commissioners; Henry E. Ontrom. Marion County G. O. P. Chairman; James L. Bradford. 31th District Republican Chairman; Ernest J Frick, Democratic member of the Board or Marion County Election Commissioners; A. Jack Tilson, Marion County Clerk; Carroll Kramer, loriiM-r Chief Registration Clerk; Myron C. Cosier. They say that a little goes a long way ... in this case a small package from Rosenblatt's goes a long way in wishing the receiver much joy this holiday season. Make it a practical Christmas by choosing wearables. NOT 1, NOT 2, BUT 1-INCH INS If L ATI ON ner of the Wednesday Embroidery Club held at the one of Mrs. Martha L. Adams Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Charles Meyer was named president of the club with Mrs. W. D. Gerrisb elected secretary-treasurer. The table and home decorations carried on the holiday theme for the social and business meeting. Eighteen members of the club were Chief Deputy County Clerk, and ,w t W mm mm mm. C-l 1 P. II. A. -r rr I I 5.00 MONTHLY George K. Johnson. Secretary of the Marion County G.O.P. Central Committee and General Elet:on 4 w n. i ni"'ii yhi mLmr lllikok and Swank t'rtHU 50t- I p. JeHclr), KMAHT HIXT in pigskin, calf ti It A N l AMMOKTMEKT of or raw hide. t'laiicall' dfsign- aocks In n variety of weaves ed buckle. From 4tl.tMI. and color, tfttr. KBCKN'T CHRISTMAS PARTV Twenty-six members of the Rt. Bern ice Women's Club attended the Christmas party held at the Clinton Hotel December IS, A delicious turkey dinner was served in tbe Vermillion Room after whicb tbe members adjourned to tbe club room where the Christmas gift exchange was held. Games were enjoyed and Christ-ma 8 carols were sung. Mrs. George Jardine, Jr who has been making her home with her husband, 8 1c George Jardine, Jr. in Boston, Mass. is visiting in Clinton with bis parents. Seaman Jardine is now on sea duty. 4 4, Wonderfully quick ( m. little Va-tro-nol LtJteBjio.tbe Voice uj ttr3$on tvery Monday tvtnmt ew POLAND'S HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY l up each nostril helps open nasal passages-makes breathing easier-when your head fills up with stuHy transient, congestion! Va-tro-noi gives grand relief, too. from snlffiy. sneeay distress of bead cold.. Follow directions in folder. vs:svATor:ci !'HM-: 7:5a C1I0JRITAL H4 K. MAIV T. ( IJVTIIN, IMI. 4 4 For the Convenience of Tbowe Who Cannot 8hop During the Daytime. ,U E and KCAKP 4 TIE AKIJ HAXDKEKCHIEF set in rayon print. ay acent for it dark winter suit. SI.SU to S2.&U. KHOliT PKiKKIV iclovea with button cuff. Varit of hiu-Ici r mIiiuI from natural to dark !. u. tKl.ur, to Wl.tm. v. s 1 1 WE WILL BE OPEN Each Night Until Christmas Shop Evenings and Avoid T'ne Day-Time Crowds! Paul Mitchell, Cayuga, and Mrs. Vera Baesler, were admitted to the Vermillion County Hospital Saturday as medical cases. Mrs. Hazel Beam, fit. Bernice, was admitted to the county hospital yesterday as a surgical case. Wayne Clouse. Rosedale. and Shirley Meyers, Rockville, were admitted to the county hospital today as medical cases. Mrs. Ida Ellr, Route one, and Linzte Fortner, Hillsdale, were dismissed from tbe county hospital Saturday. Nellie fitraughn, Rockville, Dan Randall, Dana, Georgia Hancock, Rockville, Nelle Sears, Rockville, Oretcben Richards, Newport, and Mrs. Helen Williams and baby of Bioomlngdale, were dismissed from tne county hospital yesterday. m M Small Gifts Are An Excellent Choice For Long Distance Giving 'SMIATTS And More Bonds! I Euy Bonds! m u 1 1

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