The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 20, 1944 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 20, 1944
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THE DAILY CUNTONIAN 4 V- Pagw Three Wednesday, December 20, 1944. Mystery Pal Club Meets At Turchi Home Monday Clinton Social Notes The annual Christmas party of r? BE PRACTICAL THIS CHRISTMAS the Mystery Pal Club was held Mon- day evening with Mrs.. Bert Turchi as hostess. Mystery pals were reveal Township Trustee Honored Monday At Joint PTA Meeting William Milwt Klerted President of Indiana, Township ' TruHteee Association; Dinner Herred At Kali vlew rk-hool Parent Teacher Associations of ed and names were drawn for the coming year, after which a grab bag GIVE THEM SOMETHING TO WEAR FROM PENNEY? Pythian Circle Electa Officers At Monday Meet Mrs. Cora Ruby was elected president of the Pythlun Circle at the Christmas meeting held at the hall was enjoyed. Hillsdale WSCS Members Enjoy Christmas Party Mrs. Evelyn Heber was hostess for the Christmas party of the WSCS of the Hillsdale Methodist Church at her home recently. A delicious Bunco was played at three tables Falrvlew, Croinpton Hill, Universal and Jacksonville Schools honored with prizes going to Mrs. James Curry, bunco and travel; Miss Virginia Perfettl, high; Mrs. Howard Eaton, low and Mrs. Turchi, mystery package. Delicious refreshments and small favors were then served by the hos Wllllwit S. Nlsbet, trustee of Clinton township schools and newly-elected president of the Indiana Township Trustee! Association at a dinner tess. turkey dinner with all the trimmings was enjoyed and gifts were exchanged In t he afternoon. During the business meeting on election of officers was held with Mrs, Sara Ponton elected as president; Mrs. Ollle Mack, vice-president; Mrs. Heber, recording secretary; Mrs. Hazel Lolirnian. corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Myra Blakesly. treasurer. Monday evening at the Falrvlew Those present were Mrs. Joe Ver- school. A gift from all the school em on Blackmail street Monday evening. Other officers elected were vice-president. Miss Kdlth Htevenson; secretary, Mrs. Clara (illinine; treasurer, Mrs. Mattle Morris; and reporter, Mrs, Thelina Alexander. Prior to the business meeting, a delicious Christmas dinner was served. Two guests, Mrs, Mary Jewell and Mrs. Francis Kelslielmerf, attended the meeting and a Christmas grab bag was enjoyed. Bunco was played with prizes going to Mrs. Mary Jewell, bunco; Mrs. Sophia Anderson, low Mrs. Cora Ruby, travel. The next meeting will be held January 17 at the home of Mrs. Mat-tie MorriB on South Seventh street. collo, Mrs. Anton Bogetto, Mrs. Howard Ealon, Mrs. John Olacherlo, Mrs. Arthur Hess, Mrs. Bert Turchi, Mrs. Simon Turchi, Mrs. Jasper C3 11-llo. Mrs. James Curry and Miss ALL WOOL WORSTED TOWNCLAD SUITS 2975 in(l Wool worsteds In stripes olid iiluldH. Skillful tailoring creates und preserves smooth lines, (irweful medium drupe uud straight cut. Soft rolling I a i j c 1 b . Single and double breuxied models. Men Invest in Style and Comfort TOWNCRAFT DELUXE ployes and the advisory board was presented Mr. Nlsbet by Mrs. Clio King, president of the Teachers' Or-' The January meeting will he held at the home of Mrs. Zeda Herrlck. Virginia Perfettl. The next meeting ganlzation. Short talks were given by Mr. 2 and Mrs. will be held January Curry will be hostess. HOME FOR HOLIDAYS Miss Margaret Heskett, daughter Nlsbet, Fred Hayes, county superintendent of schools, H, H. Wiaehart. school attorney, Harry Van Duyn and Valzah Reeder, president and secretary of the advisory board and of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heskett of Summit Grove, is spending the holidays with her parents. During the past month. Miss Heskett has been Tommy Thomas of Indianapolis, Dinner was served by the mem' Soldier Honored At Family Dinner While On Furlough Pfc. James Harper was the honored guest at a family dinner held at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hasting and daughter Martha of Fairvlew. Pfc. Harper is spending a 15 day fur- bers of the Ladies Aid of the Fair- visiting friends In New York City; Providence, R. I.; and her sister In Marion, Ind. She will return to Homer, 111. January 2 to resume her ROBERTA'S BEAUTY SHOP 137 North 7th St. PHONE I84-W PERMANENTS GIVEN AT NIGHT SHOES 4.79 teaching the fourth grade In the lo- lough with his parents and other relatives. view Methodist Church at a U-shaped table decorated with Christmas street scenes with miniature bouses, Christmas trees, snow men and carol singers. Tall white tapers and a center piece of poinsettla and hemlock were also on the table. The school stage had a white picket fence twined with hemlock and Those attending were Miss Hilda Hoke, Mrs. James Harper and chllr dren, Joan, Joyce and Jackie, Patty Donald and Larry Hasting, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Sollars and children, Lloyd, Jackie and Donnie, Mrs. Wil- Styles for every taste, for every occasion! Sport and dress models in fine leathers, with Ions wearing, flexible soleH to assure you seasons of service plus good looks. two lighted and decorated Christmas trees were at its entrance. A-bove were white drapes with the ln- DR. O. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For Those Who Need Them 1 Ham Trosper and son, Leon, Bill and Wayne Uselman and the honor- jscrption "On Earth Peace. During the program Christmas ed guest. William TroBper waB an afternoon caller. carols were sung by the group with Miss Annabelle Hunter reviewing 248 Blackmail St. CLINTON, IND. VISIT THE JIM PENNEY SHOP BOY'S LINED PLAID MACKINAWS Phone 175 I 00 TO CHURCH SUNDAY Henry van uyKe s -rne inner wise Man." Mrs. Rachel Bozartb led the quiz OHSi JfcTj ;. . M.?ar ; ! letter s"i ife'i AfcH Thick warm plaid, correctly made double breasted, chest and flap pockets. Fully lined. Right for school and II-90 MiL g,-. .sfttr.-. ,-:K;i .-s&k-.; rats: :ssif?: sw snaer. ,mr. .-. 1 SANTA'S t&Emt sports! BOY'S HANDSOME SPORT COATS HEADQUARTERS and stunts for the gift exchange, Other guests were Mrs. Fred Hayes, Mrs. Valzah Reeder, Mrs. Harry Van Duyn and Mrs. Harold Wisehart. Decorations were in charge of the Fairvlew school, reservations, Croinpton Hill; entertainment, Universal and gift, Jacksonville. Daugherty Home Scene Of WWC Christmas Party Members of the local WWC held their Christmas party at the Daugherty residence, 766 Elm street, Tuesday evening. M A&.& SI Fine quality All Wool material. Finely tailored to fit correctly. Plains and 8 an ifsmms' iM if 0. BOY'S DRESS PANTS (lifts of lasting worth cost no more . . , and they give solid silt In friction for months and years to come. This year select things reiilly worth while from our bite stock. Von will find something for every member of the family. 398 Cood looking Gabardines and tweeds in blue und browns. Fine tailoring. K-1K. . 35 WOOD and METAL r ' The house was decorated throughout in keeping with the Christmas season and the table was centered with Santa Claus in a large red sleigh being pulled by reindeer. Red ribbon streamers were placed in the center of the large table covered with a white cloth. Santa's red boots stood at the fireplace and the mantel was covered with artificial snow I WAGONS Just Received a Large Shipment and lighted candles. Mystery' pal gifts were placed on the Christmas SNOW SUITS j! 7.95 to 14.50 - 1 FIRE TRUCKS 1 $9.95 tree. " - After the games were played and gifts were received by the mystery pals, delicious refreshments were served. ' Juvenile Sizes 1-4 Fine quality fleecy materials, Styles for boys and girls. Coal, leggings and caps fully lined. Knitted cuffs. Q.90 Mrs. Violet Montgomery who ac 1 1 ft : JK Good Substantial I companied ber husband home on furlough front San Antonio, Tex., was the honor guest. mz- A. Others present were Mrs, Melda uwin m Nelson, Mrs. Dorothy Jenkins, hostess. Mrs. Beulab McDonald. Mrs. U GIRLS SIZES fpc-14 g.90 Maxine Cummings, Mrs. Sally Sol AND i lars, Mrs. Betty Kerr, Mrs. Joan .1 f Sims, Mrs. Mary Martis, Mrs. Dorothy Adams, and Mrs: Betty 81ms and Margaret Lowder of Terre Haute. I Cradles $2.75 , $4.75 I Gay embroidered trim on these sturdy two-tono snow suits. Warm fabrics Dolls and Teddy Bears $1.49 to $4.29 Sewing and Paint Sets DART BOARDS GUNS and DRUMS Dishes and Blackboards Wheel Toy s - Horses Chuck-A-Liick Toys BOUNCING DOGS Puss-In-Bools, Rabbits fleecy linings. Zippers at anklets. RANSBURG Hand Painted BOWLS and PITCHERS Wednesday ABC Club meet with Mrs. D. O. Burgan, Walnut street, 6:30 p. m. Women of the Moose, Moose Hall, 7:30 p. m. Fairvlew Home Ec Club, Mrs. William Beard, December 20, for an all day meeting. Pot-luck dinner at noon. Bring mystery pal gift. Table service will be furnished. Social Sisters will meet with Mrs. Sam Roberts, Sr. for covered disb luncheon and Christmas meeting. Thursflsv Mother's Leisure Club, 7 p. m. at TOP OF STOVK UTENSILS AND OVENWARE GIFT SUGGESTIONS Misses Wool Skirts 6.90 Misses Jackets 6.90 Misszu Sleeveless Sveater3 . .$2.98 Beroitiful Handbag . 2.98' Little Girls Slips 49c Lovely Dresser Scarfs 98c Variety of Dickies . 1.98 Men's Towncraft Belts . . . 98c Men's Armor Food Sox . . 3 for 1.00 Men's Rayon Mufflers 1.49 Men's Traveling Kit . . , 2.98 Boy's Corduroy Fingertips . . .4.98 Boy's Ties and Suspenders .... 49c the Roma Hotel, Christmas Party. Good Tools AHE ALWAYS Acceptable Sifts We Have Them! All Well-Known Makes American Legion Auxiliary, Le gion Home, 8 p. m. Circle 2, WSCS, Mrs. Shaff, South Fourth street, 2:30 p. m. Helt'a Prairie Home Ec Club, Mrs. Lewis Reed, with Mrs. Ray mond Blakesley as assistant hos GLASS BAKE Skillets Tea Pots Double Boilers tess. This will be an all day meeting with a covered dish luncheon at noon. Each is to bring a gift for the gift exchange. Presbyterian Missionary Society of COFFEE MAKERS CUSTARD CUPS BAKING DISHES ... CASSEROLES Saws Chisels Wrenches Planes Stanley Levels Klein Pliers Stanley, Plum and Maydole Hammers First Presbyterian Church and Hill Crest will have a Christmas party with Mrs. it. J. Tonner, 658 Black- PIE PLATES Really Fine Gifts! What-Nots 1'IEC'E IKlMi: l.lf-'K (MIKIV! SEERSUCKER DRESSES 2-98 3.98 Smartly cut, to fit well, look trim and bo a comfort to wear! Tailored classic in beloved seersuckers, that launder with such ease. Waist-whittling stripes and weeny checks. 14 - 44. AI.WAVS KWOMK! TOOL AND 32-Piece SETS OF DISHES 4.25 to 12.50 Tackle Boxes WINDOW SHELVES Bissell's CARPET SWEEPERS LUNCHEON SETS 2.25 man street, 2:30 p. m. Philatbea Class of the First Baptist Church, 7 p. ni. at the home of Mrs. George Chenhall, 241 South Fourth street. Each bring a girt for the exchange, also sunshine gift. Friday Christmas supper will be held Friday at Center Church, 7 p. m. Bring covered dish and present for grab bag. Jolly Homemakers Club, Christmas Party, Mrs. Mary McKay, South Main. Recekahs to meet at T:30 p. m. for Christmas party. Bach member to bring two sandwiches and a 25c gift. Saturday Primary department of Presbyterian Church will have Christmas party at the church from 2:30 to 4:20 p. m. Bring 10c gift. ; if a $8.50 $3.50 GAYMODE HOSE HARDWARE BOOK STORE LEWIS AND 80 Smooth-fitting, mil-fashioned hosiery that will give beauty-full. duty-Cull service. Clear wear-well rayons. Reinforced adequately.

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