The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 21, 1944 · Page 5
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Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, December 21, 1944
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Page Five Thursday, December 21, 1944. IBB DAILY OLINTONIAN 1 ( 1 Clinton Social Notes fr Prussia was announced in the Moscow report which told of the destruction of a Nazi attacking force which retired leaving more than 100 dead behind. In the same area Russian snipers claimed the lives of 85 other Nazi ollicers and men within a r"jgwa TbursOay Regular meeting of Fairview P. T. A. at the school house. Christ Soviet Juggernaut Menaces 3 Vital Czech Rail Towns mas program after business meet ; 48-Jiour period. ing. JSveiyoue is invited. Junior Choir of First Presbyterian Church will practice tonight at 7 p. m. after which they will go ca Officers Installed At Economics Club Meeting Wednesday Mrs. Mokea Kutertaius For Hay Hour Howie Kc Club C'lu-Muiao Party; 1iiikei Dinner And Program Gfijuyrd The Happy Hour Home Economics Club Christmas party was held Wd-uesday evening at the home of Mrs Mable Stokes with Mrs. Ruth Bum-gardiier. Mrs. Marian) Shew and Mrs. Louie Boiarth assisting. The meeting fvas called to order by repeating the Salute to the Flag roling. Pocataoulaa Lodge. 7:3 p. m. bunco and euchre at t p. in. American Legion Auxiliary, Le Gessie RNA Chapter Elects New Officers Members of the Evergreen Camp RNA of Gessie elected their staff of officers for the ensuing year at their December meeting held recently. The members who were elected to serve in the office were: oracle. Ca-rinda Ping; vice oracle. Edith Dunham; past oracle. Effie Gebblnk; chancellor. Dorolha Hay: recorder. Llda Langley; receiver. Ruth Woos-ter; inner sentinel, Dollie Sliute; outer sentinel. Irma Lee Gebbink: marshal. louie ;outy: assisting marsball. Gladys I'ralher: Faith. Pauline Gebbink ; Modesty. Marjorle Calvert; Courage. I.ula I.ewis: Endurance, Esther Shute: rnselfisli-uess. Marjorie Hlnes: flag bearer and degree staff captain. Delia Huy: physician. Dr. Johnson: installing officer. Ada Kelch; Installiug chancellor, Goldie Lawson; ceremonial marsball, Maxine Brooks: delegate to state convention for April, 1945. Effie Gebbink; alternate. Pauline Gebbink; and manager, Goldie Lawson. The officers will be Installed at gion Home, t n. in. FrMt,y Junior Choir of First Presbyterian SB) County Printing Contracts Are Let By Commissioners Contracts lor furnishing blank books, stationery and office supplies lor Vermillion county tor the coming year were let yesterday al a special meeting of the board of county commissioners held at Newport. Classes 1 and 2. covering blank 'moks, warrants and other oflice forms went to the T. P Woodburn "rlntlim' Co.. of Terre Haute, while riass 3. coerlng small iteins-of of-ie equipment slid Classes '4 and :.. covering stationery and other office blanks went to The Dally Clln-lonian. There were no other hidden, although competing bids were submitted on Classes 3 and 4. Church, practice at 7 p. m. Christmas supper will be held Fri the social room of tlie hotel. Inactive and nienibership-at-large members present were Mrs. Florence Auer, Mrs. Arthur Mosele, In. Car Dirk, Mrs. Arminta Logan, Mrs. Dow Mitel!!!. Mrs. W. X. Kelly Mrs. George D. Walthall. Mrs. Gerald J. Paglicro and Mrs. John S Drown of Sylacauga. Ala. Active Delt members attending were Mrs. Jo -Adams. Mrs. J a met Ashley. Mrs. Robert Burton. Mrs Dom Costello, Mrs. Robert Dempsey Mrs. Don Dough y. Mrs. Frederick Prv. Mrs. Hay Gilfoy. Mrs. Jack Gllfov. Mrs. John Coldner. Mrs. Harrison. Mrs. Everett Helms Mrs. Robert Henry. Mrs. Nick Kara-novich. Mrs. Wakefield Kirkman Mrs. Joe Morgan. Mrs. Henry Pa-loncy. Mrs. Frank Ralston. Mrs Tom Rockwell. Mrs. Wayne Staats. Mrs. Wilma Stillwell. Mrs. John Swickard. Mrs. Jack Taylor. Mrs. I.eon Fougnies, Mrs. Edward I.a Roche. Misses Evelyn Clough. Catherine Enrici. Betty Geller, Mary Lou Oilfoy, Rosemary Hayes. Millicent Holt. Taiml Lahtl. Martha Mackie, fl'nn'lttufd Vrvm Pace II tured the village of Janosovce. onlj three miles from Rimavska Sobota and slightly jnore than 17 milei. from Lucenec. which dominates tli major rail lines of Slovakia. The Soviet coinniuiihjue made n" mention -of the righting for Ihe dominant Slovak rail bub or Koslce 47 miles northeast of Tornala. At last reports Ihe Russians were wilhir nine miles of Ihe city from the soutli and wire closing in from the west in a drive to disrupt Nazi comiuun icatluns through the Carpathians. Silent on lljlaeJ Official Moscow also was s'lent on the progress of the great battle for Budapest where recent efforts indicated the Russians were -circling the city and threatening Nazi rail escape routes to Vienna. Brisk but localized action in East and Club Creed. Mrs. Laverne Low-ry gave the devotions. The gong of (lie month. "It Came Upon the Mid- day at Center Church. 7 p. n. Bring covered dials and present lor grab Delfs Install New Pafroness At Holiday Meet Mr. ttnw Hani Jnu.Jlfd .4m tHMiM-itji J'aJrnjit ( A luistuia lUuui J'iu1 Tuo-Lu iu JmJ Mrs. ;?org Kaium us inMyllod as w1 w palronjK of Hi 'iimun clitipter of the Delia TJ;eU Tuu sorority Tuesday during Uie rhriioiMS dmiHT and party hUl ai Uie Clinton HoiW. Mrs. Kainui, who surew-ds Mrs Walter f-wde who rwPinJy moved tc Viiiccnnes, lud., was ij.MaljVtj 'y tlx1 president, Mies JiUie Owens before nearly 60 active and inactive members of I be sororiiy. Dinner was served at tables of four wilh ceutei'pieceg and place-cards following the holiday theme. Mrs. John Miller was general chairman of the party and was assisted by Mrs. Charles IJrown. Miss Marie Fields, Mis Martha Manship. Mrs. Dorothy Whitcomb ud Mrs. Christine Kercheval. Following the dinner a gift exchange and games were enjoyed in N'lght Clear" was sung in unison and Mrs. Mable Stokes gave the history. Mrs. Bessie Munson installed the bag. Jolly Homemakers Club, Christ-mas Party. Mrs. Mary McKay, South Main.- following officers for the coming year: Mrs. Florence Newlin, presi-i Rebekahs to meet at f SO p. m. for Christmas party. Eaeh member to bring two sandwiches and a 25c J the regular meeting Wednesday, dent; Mrs. Violet Buntaiu, vice-president; Mrs. Eva Poff, secretary- treasurer; Mrs. Lowry. assistant sec-; gift. ' . . Emotional Strain Under emotional strain the ability of the eyes of some persona to judge distances is diminished. Saturday Primary department of Presbyter- retary-treasurer and Mrs. Flossie Haymaker, reporter. A delicious chicken dinner was iaq Church will hare Christmas party at the church from 2:30 to :J0 served at noon and the following p. m. Bring lOe gift. Tiz and Jean McDonald. Martha L. program was enjoyed: Herbert Hedges, U. S. Army, gave an Inter-1 Monday Jerusalem Chapter, 264 OES, reg ular meeting, 7:3 P- m. at the hall. GOOD FOR Three Initiated Into Newport Eastern Star Three candidates, Mr. and Mrs. Jan. 10. A candidate will he initiated that night. Golden Star Members Enjoy Chicken Dinner A delicious chicken dinner was served last night at the home of Mrs. Hattie Popik for the members of the Golden Star Club. Officers to serve for the coming year were elected during the business meeting. Those elected were Mrs. Mary Archer, president; Mrs. Esther Bynum, vice-president; Mtb. Thelma Alexander, secretary-treasurer and Mrs. Mattie Morris, reporter. - Mystery pals were revealed and bunco was played with Mrs. Thebna Alexander winning high: Mrs. Mary Archer, bunco; Mrs. Opal J'go, low and Mrs. Edna Allgood, travel. . The next meeting is to be held In two weeks at the homo of Mrs. Morris. Mrs. Sarah Zlnk has been called to Muncle, Ind. due to the death of her sister, Mrs. J. J. 6auuders. ' John White and Miss Maxine Van Sickle, were initiated into the Order of the Eastern Star, Newport GOOD FOR t - .: "i .-V i'i I ROBERTA'S I BEAUTY SHOP I 187 North 1th Ht. fl'HONK 1H4-W s PEHMANENTS p ClVEtf AT NIGHT Reed. Joan Rodich. Virginia Phew. Kathleen Taylor, Valeria Valente. Louise Call, Anna Pagliero and' Betty J. Pyle of Clinton, Mrs. Ted Bauer and Miss Jean Hitt of Terre Haute and Misses Clara and Bessie Harden of Seelyville. Mrs. Katnm and Mrs. E. A. Lewin. patronesses, were presented Christinas gifts by the sorority. Mabel McReynold3 Hostess For Busy Bees Recently The Busy Bees wre entertained by their teacher, Mable Mclteynolds, Monday evening at the home of her mother. After the members sons Christmas carols, read the Christmas story and prayer, games and contests were enjoyed. Those present were Gale doiens, Joan Maloney, Waniia Reed, Wanda Chapter 236 at the Masonic Hall here Wednesday. Mrs. Leonne Clark of Cayuga, who was appointed Grand Ruth last summer, was escorted East and given esting talk on the Hawaii and Saipan I Islands and displayed a collection of Japanese souvenirs; the song,, "O, Come All Ye Faithful" was sung in unison and a reading "A Little Bit of Heaven" was present by' Maude Andrews. , I Mrs. Donna Skelly, Mrs. Kdna Keltz, Mrs. Bertha Richardson and Mrs. Laverne Lowry presented a playlet followed by the book review "Dead Drums Beat Again" by Mrs. Munson. Mrs. Mable Stokes gave the song." Star of the East" and the group sang "I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day." Mystery pals were revealed during the meeting and the gift exchange was enjoyed. Guests attending were Herbert Hedges, Mrs. Bessie Munson.- Mrs.1 Ethel Harrison, Mrs. Dorothy Bo-zarlh and daughter and Mrs. Lorraine. Newlin and sonB. Members present were Mrs. Maude Andrews, Mrs. Louie Bozarth. Mrs. Rachel Bo-zarlb. Mrs. Ruth Bumgardner, Mrs. Marlani Buntaln, Mrs. Violet Bun-tain, Mrs. Vesta Clrey, Mrs. Esta a hearty welcome by the Newport Chapter during the meeting. Before the Initiation ceremony, a covered dish dinner was served by Mrs. Ellen Asbury and Mrs. B. R- Nlxon. The dining room was decorated In keeping with the Christmas season wilh candles and cones as center pieces on the dining table. The initiation officers were: Mrs. Valnette Adams, worthy matron; John C. Pickell, worthy patron; j Greene, Joyce Foltz. Joyce Harit!s. i Barbara Bafn. Barbara Scott, Bar-; bara Hopkins. Mary Iouise Ward. Beverly Feott, Mazie WilUins. Janie ; Stevenson. Wilma Bolner and Joan ! Cool!. Refreshments of sandwiches, cook-i ics, apples, nuts and cracker-jack J were served by the hostess. I UIIITi: H K.THEIt fJRCl.R Mrs. Kathleen Allen, associate matron; Oscar Kersey, associate patron: Mrs. M. C. Wiggins, conduct Foltz. Mrs. Meda Harrison, Mrs. FRIST Our Government reminds you that ice cream adds important nourishment, as well as cheer, to your wartime meals. Make Sealtest Ice Cream a regular part of your diet. j Benlah Haymaker, Mrs. Flossie Hay-. maker, Mrs. Kate Hedges and grand- EAGLES AND GUESTS XMAS PARTY DANCING GOOD MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT FUN FOn ALL EAGLE'S HALL ' i 120 H. Mniii HI. Sat, Dec. 23 8 P.M. ! daughter, Mrs. Helen Kelley and daughter. Carol, Mrs. Ruby Kelley, j Mrs. Christina flraham was hos Mrs. Edna Keltz, Mrs. Lowry, Mrs. Alice Newlin, Mrs. Florence New- tess for the White Headier Circle ling. Mrs. Eva Poff, Mrs. Bertha ress; Mrs. Sam Stewart, associate conductress; Mrs. Elyse Jones, secretary; Mrs. Velma Foos, Adah; Mrs. Robert Stokes, Ruth; Mrs. Nell Walt, Esther; Mrs. Omar Mc-Masters, Martha; Mrs. Viola Van Vliet, Electa; Mrs. John C. Pickell, organist; Mrs. Oscar Kersey, Marshall; Mrs. Belle Hegarty, warder; and Orvllle Adams, sentinel. . Near the close of the meeting, Mrs. Clark spoke to the members about her various travels throughout the state and of her visits to Richardson, Mrs. Margaret Shirley FUNERAL HOME DAY OR NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE rotv can ALir.iYS otpeso on Mrs. Donna Skelley, Mrs. 1 Helen CL0VERLEAF :at her home on Sycamore street last nfRfit. j The Christmas parly was held and .gift exchange enfoyed. The next meeting will he held in ; two weeks with Mrs. Anna Houston on South Fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wellter of South Third streot were Wednesday evening guests at the home of Mr. ; and Mrs. Walter Lear and family, south of Clinton. other DBS Chapters. I Li MVMITI U Mrs. B. H. Nixon and Mrs. Walter Spurr and daughter, Judy, Mrs. Mable Stokes, Mrs. Hazel Wright, Mrs. Marian Shew and son Bobby. Nazarene Church Class Party Held Recently Mrs. J. C. Davis assisted by Mrs. Albert Debolt and Mrs. Verna Helt was hostess for the Christmas party of the V. (. S. Class of the Nazarene Ch'irch. Mrs. Gladys Snodgrass and Mrs. Mae Beard had charge of the meeting. Christmas carolB were sung and 0 9 && lib ls& Moore were affiliated Into the Newport Chapter, Wednesday plght. ', Loyal Hearts Class Holds Christmas Party Tuesday Twenty oiembers and one guest of the Loyal Hearts Class of the Chris Ckn'k! Crumirui. Ime.Ohiutm Nitmul Din ProJuttt Cerporttin T.. ,h. Inin rta.itSrahrsi Villaite Store Prosram. wilh lack Halar. Tbarasart, 3I 9. M., WMAQ j tasnsMiinii imiittnwMtiva"n'""'"1" ij Bj ffitr devotions led by Harry Ferguson- tian Church enjoyed their Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Claude Balrd Tuesday evening. Mrs. Joe DR. O. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For Those Who Need Them 248 Waikman St. l'l,l.TO, I VI). I'lione 73 af r W .!$&SJ 1 s,y- -.a. . 2 Refreshments were served to ap proximately 40 members including Shaw was the assistant hostess. The house was attractively decor the husbands and a grab bag was enjoyed by all. Sunshine pals were revealed and gifts exchanged. Rev. and Mrs. O. W. Schaffer were in charge of the games. MMK Wi SPECIAL NOTICEfpV y: HOLIDAY VACATION OI EHTS 2 Among local collegians home for 0. Hi SB 0. IJOVS TIES AND SUSPENDERS Colorful stripes nnd plaids in lies. F.laHtir buck clip JQ4 r.n im.'uienders. 13 p the Christmas holidays are Miss Marie Marietta, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Louis Marietta. South Seventh street, and Miss Mary C. Porter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. porter, South Seventh street. Both are students at Saint Mary-of-the- We Will Not Serve Christmas Dinner CLINTON HOTEL DINING ROOM WILL HE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY, DECEMBEli 15 SPORT COATS Semi-drape models of All Wool materials. I Q 7R Tailored by Towntlud. I shaft! MUFFLERS Paisley and floral pal terns in rayon crepe. Plaids ami I Mft ated in keeping with Christmas and a delicious dinner was served at one long table and Individual card tables. Mrs. Balrd was In charge of the devotions which consisted mainly of Christmas hymns. After the refreshments were served the gifts were exchanged around the Christmas tree. Those present were Mias Ruth Harrison, Miss Mary Blair, Mrs. William Vastblnder, Mrs. , A. A. Hess, Mrs. Leon Woody and daughter, Lu-ella Jean, Mrs. Bob Barbee, Mrs. Jack Reed, Mrs. Frank Crawford. Mrs. E. ' P. Lowry, Mrs. Arnold Rodgers, Mrs. Joe Marks, Mrs. D. O. Lyons, Mrs. James Shaw, Mrs. Roy Butts, Mrs. William Cogsn. Mrs. Dow Mitchell, Mrs. ' Melvln Kirkman and one guest, Mrs. Hickle and the hostesses. Mrs. Barbee will be hostess for the annual pot-luck dinner to be held In January. - Woods College, Saint Mary-of-lhe- IJOVS SWEATERS plains In woolens. CHRISTMAS DAY Lg- Cardigans Willi plaid rmnt. n QQ Plaiu sllpoiers. staBW Classes at St. Mary College will resume January 10. mm wmxwm wmmi wmtm mm mmmmmmm HOUSE DRESS Cotton seersucker In stripes, checks. Buttons QQ front and shirtwaist styles. staOW ALL WOOL BLANKET Golden Dawn All V.'nnl. LETS CUT UP!! HERE ARE SOME STATELY CHRISTMAS SPECIALS Hacked By A Woodsman Who Evidently Knows Nothing About Prices. CORRECTION Guaranteed moth proofed Q nn for five vears. 3 a3U The dinner party In honor of S. Nlabet, newly elected presi , At . lit :v dent of the Indiana Township Trustees Association, held Monday eve ning in the Fairview School was sponsored by the Clinton Township 0 if"ft' irmnmn ilks MILITARY SET W This li.imlv set Includes n n . To Share In Holiday Celt-biaiions Simp At VALERINE'S MARKET school employes rather than the Parent Teacher Associations of Ihe HA two brushes iiud u couili. 300 township as was stated In Ihe report carried III yesterday's Cllntonlau. Mr. Nlabet is Clinton township trus sWmat. tee. ARMOR FOOT St)X I'itm qiuillty ruyons. Ht'- MIXED NUTS Lb. 45c ALMONDS Lb. 53c FILDERTS Lb. 40c Fresh Roasted PEANUTS 3 " 69c t LARGE WALNUTS Lb. 43c Large Steward PECANS MQc Slee t'li'ss Sivnifer Charles Buckley has been dismis lnt'om-il foot TSSIJOO CllH'riH. sed from the Union Hospital and relumed to 4IS South Third street. isnniHi All wool. Hut ton from, n nn Popular Colors. atiuO HAIR BOWS SoinethiiiK new. Pastel col- rfj-j oi-s. Novelty shapes. 0lC DRESSER SET ORANGES TANGERINES APPLES GRAPES PEARS FRESH DATES FROZEN STRAWBERRIES Snioiii h design t wil li clnar luciiti liamllra. 2.98 QjOSRITAl fan )lytU fiAVMODE HOSE j3 NEW HANDBAG l.e.iiitiliil new styles inn An winter colors. Simulated ata30 b-tithcrs. plus tax Mrs. Stella Russel, Dana, was ad 0c Putl-fusliioiiftl loveliiiPHH tn exciting flhuth'S. mitted to the Vermillion County ..V. hospital yesterday as a medical case. Mrs. Willa Frances, Dana, was OYSTERS None Sold To Dealers! Solid Pack Extra Select Pt. 85c Qt. $1.65 Fresh From The Coast Extra Standard Pis. 65c Qt.$ 1.25 MMk ran-1 HANDKERCHIEFS admitted to the county hospital yesterday (or X-Rays. 'teaullful floral hankieM ficH r plain whiiH with trim. llp Mrs. Louise Morris. Mrs. Ada Fire Kintr Oven Ware BOWL SET BAKING SET 1.00 THROW RI GS Popular ctu'iiiUo or bIiuk- n ftrt t:y fLina. r.ititfl cnlor. imO VALERINE'S MARKET Neldllnger, Mtb. Margaret Jones and Joe Matticks were admitted to the county hospital yesterday as e-mergency caBet. mi 0. PHONE 60 HE DELIVER 321 S. NINTH ST Mrs. Jean Kaufman and baby were dismissed from the couuty hos pital yesterdar. usadtsiatMiMiJtaaaakSttMiiia) iammmmMAmtimMiMXKmmxKKmm.itiKm

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