The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 22, 1944 · Page 16
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 16

Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, December 22, 1944
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Friday, December 22, 1S-1 1. TIIE DAILY CLINTON IAN day evening Willi Mrs. Bert Turehi Alcohol Sourc From sawdust piles which accumu Fresh f at Good lard can be produced only as hostess. Mystery pals were revealed and names were drawn for the late unused at sawmills, and from if fat is fresh and clean and is ren- i was(e flowing from puip miii3i it ig Four Newport Club Meet During Week; Two Birthdays Honored coming year, after which a grab bag nerea in ciean equipm""- "-"""" j possible to produce alcohol, Amelia Good, Amanda Bush, Mtda Glass, Minnie King, Lucy Skelton, Lizzie Johnson, Gladys Skinner, Esther Hlddle, Rada Dunn, Faye Newton, Mrs. Frank Stout, Laura Foncannon and Doris King. The guests were Mrs. Reed Mc-Glnnis, Daisy Adams, Dana and Carrie Schwarte. was enjoyed. Bunco was played at three tables with prizes going to Mrs. James Cur Mrs. DooUy, Mrs. lucrum. Mrs. O. Stewart, Mrs. Mary llrooks of Terre Haute. Mrs. Spencer Swuyze and the ry, bunco and travel; Miss Virginia hot chocolate to eight guests. The honor guest received many nice Kilts. Those who attended the party were: Donald Guilllams, Carl Foreman, Billy Cral't, Warren Ray Lewis. Dickey Stewart, Terry Hrazeal, Jack Newiiu and Kreddle Underwood. Mrs. Clifford Oressmlre or Newport spent the weekend with her Mill, Apprentice Seaman Clarence (IresKinire, who Is stationed at the Naval Training station. Great Lakes. III. She also visited Willi Mrs. Margaret Casliens In Chicago. ail scraps oi lean leu. uii mo . prevent scorching and rancidity. Heat over a moderate Are and do not remove from the heat too soon. When thoroughly cooled, store in a cool place in a tall container protected from light and air. Eleven members and three guests were present at the alt day meeting of the Friendship C'lrele held at the home of Mrs. H. S. Hawkins Saturday. It was the club's Christmas Piajue Toll More than 10,000 persons died in London from plague during the -eek of September 19, 1665. I'erfettl, high; Mrs. Howard Eaton low und Mrs. Turchl, mystery Mrs. two hostesses, Mrs. Rein and Itnizeal. Delicious refreshments and small meeting. I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Keen and son. At noon a pot-luek chicken dinner j lloser, and daughter, Mrs. lloheri was served. In the afternoon myste-jJ. P nAay with .Mr. and ry pals were revealed by a gilt ex-1 -irs. Wilbur IIo!!liiKf.worth unit Mrs. Changs, lira. Hawkins, the president. Fay Hurt son. Handy. favors were then served by the hostess. Those present were Mrs. Joe Ver-enllo, Mrs. Anton Bogelto, Mrs. Charles Gene Thomas celebrated nurse at presided at 1 short business meet- M-ss Annnbelh Thomas. 0 nt Tuesday ing. the Clinton Hospital, si uuut and uncle, Mr. and Thnna whn were nrrsftit were. Iwllh ll Harger, I Mrs. M. C. Wiggins of Newport. Clara Youniuns, Dora M Ills inih birth anniversary with a parly at tin1 home of his grandmol Iter. Mrs. Lealha Harrison, Saturday afternoon. Weekend guesis of Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Hawkins were. Mrs. V. H. Tucker and Mrs. Kloanor T. Miller rirnee Pnrk. Katliern Clearwaters. Naomi Brown, Eresl WIIIiamB, Flo Miss Peggy Canaday and Miss Virginia i)e Plumy, both of Newport spent Tuesday evening In Clinton. The Driftwood Literary Club held and daughter, Kleanor June, all of Today, Christmas takes the spotlight.: May it be the bright spot of the year, o ; season to be long remembered and cherished And may it be made even; brighter by the thoughtful expressions., of friends and loved ones everywhere,.-.: M M A 20th Century Santa Is William P. Dwyer He was just a little boy, even though he was 10 years old, and one shoe sole kept flapping and turning under when he walked. But there was a look of hope in his eyes ns he followed the man ahead of him into a big room full of toys and machinery. On one side were stacks of new. looking sleds and by these the man halted. "How about a nice sled?" the man asked. "Would you like that?" He did not need to wait for an answer; it was on the boy's face. So Santa Claus, in the person of William P. Dwyer, managing director of the Santa Claus Castle in Kansas City, Mo., had scored again. The little boy was one of 1,329 children who received free toys from the "Castle" last year besides more than 400 children in orphan homes for whom Dwyer had saved playthings. His organization collects used toys during the year, some slightly damaged ones being contributed by business firms. He and his helpers repair and rebuild them. At Christmas they are given to needy children. Last year they had about 2,200 toys, Mr. Dwyer estimated. H i n i m Howard Eaton, Mrs. John Glacberlo, Mrs. Arthur Ile. Mrs. Bert Turchl, Mrs. Simon Turchl, Mrs. Jasper (ill-lln, Mrs. James Curry and Miss Virginia Perfetti. The next meeting will bo held January 2 and Mrs. Curry will be hostess. Barbara Hollingsworth, Betty, Barbara and Janie" Adams spent Saturday in Clinton shopping. Grelrhen Richards returned to her home in Newport Sunday from the county hospitul. Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wlckens were Abel Asbury and daughter, Gloria Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grady are pending a few days in St. Louis, Mo., visiting relatives. The Jolly Birthday Club of St. Bemice 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 Cladys Skinner were in charge of (he entertainment. Prizes were won by Lizzie Johnson, Gladys Green and Laura Foncannon. Refreshments of cake and coffee were served to the sixteen members their Christmas meeting at the home of Mrs. Ii. S. Hawkins Tuesday night. The meeting opened with (he pledge to the flag. Roll call was answered by Christmas quotations. During the meeting, the club members voted to buy $1 worth of Tuberculosis seals. "A Town Is Born." by Tom Sayres was given by Mrs. M. C. Wiggins and Dr. Hawkins showed the club moving pictures of the "Holy Land." Mrs. John C. Pickell sang several Christinas songs and the club joined in singing Christmas carols. ra Williams, Evelyn Me.YIasters. Nellie Potts, Dorothy Park, Velma Foos, Valnette Adams and the hostess. The guests present were Mt'H. C." D. Mitchell of Ridpefarm. and Mrs. Hawkins mother, Mrs. F. R. Tucker and her sister, Mrs. Eleanor Miller and daughter, all of Terre Haute, Mrs. Alfred Arrasinlth of Newport spent Tuesday in Terre Haute shopping. Mrs. Beulah Chlpps spent Tuesday in Terre Haute. Members of the Fortnightly Bunco Club held their Christmas meeting at the home of Mrs. Garnet Rein with Mrs. Ivy Brr : al assisting Friday night. Following a pot luck supper, bunco was played with prizes going to: Mary Adams, high; "Virginia You-mans, travel; Oressa Ingram, most bunco; and Grace Dooley, low. Mystery pals were revealed at the meeting and new ones chosen for next year. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Swaze and daughter, Glenda, and Mrs. Lena Swayze, all of Washington, Ind., pent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Swayze of Newport. Those present at the party were; Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Elizabeth Stewart, Mrs. Youmans, Mrs. Grace Youmans, Terre Haute, Mrs. Rhoila Adams of (tils city left Tuesday afternoon for Georgetown, 111., where she will visit with her daughter and husband, Mr. and .Mrs. Herbert Klliott. Mrs. Edith Holton from Danville, III., spent Sunday with Mrs. Margaret Conley of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. B. It. Nixon spent Saturday in Terre Haute. Members of the Newport Home Economics Club held their Christmas meeting Friday at the home of Mrs. Joe Potts with Mrs. E. E. Neel acting as assistant hostess. The meeting was opened with tile salute to tbe flag which was followed by a story of the "Birth of Christ." and devotions by Mrs. Neel. "Silent Night" was sung by the club in unison. Responses to roil call were "Yuletldo Customs". During the business meeting thf officers for the coming year were installed end a program committee appointed. Mrs. Dura Harger read a story on Christmas In Spain anil Mrs. V. N. Asbury contributed a Christmas story, "The Woodcarver of Hol-lentlial". During the social hour a Christmas quiz, a guessing game and n hal-making contest were enjoyed i m Wabash Theatre Mlt. mill MRS. KEXXETH MAl'IUC'E and three guests present. Following the Christmas program, little Sammy Hawkins distributed tbe Christmas gifts under a lighted Christmas tree. Delicious refreshments were served to nine members by the hostess. Those present were, Mrs. Dorn M. Harger, Mrs. J. N. Jones. Miss Nancy Lewis, Mrs. W. C. Myers. Mrs. B. R. Nixon, Mrs. J. C. Pickell, Miss I). Grace Rheuliy, Mrs. M. C. Wiggins, Mrs. Ii. H. Nixon und the hos-less. Mrs. Hawkins. The afternoon was spent playing games. Charles' mother, Mrs. Mirl Thomas served refreshments of whipped cream and jello, cake and Those present were Cora Conner, saraa tsr? tawf tisss taw a?sa tasg ismi ism vsm m GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY j1;" ffiti ffi-m. m-m iriw; r.-m m-Kmi Margaret Caldwell, Gladys Green, lfVS f" .1 .1 '.. fcw?r3 tsTc? 8MB ISSllS m m Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Harger anil Mrs. W. C. Myers. mm mzm m.m mm mm Delicious refreshments were served by the two hostesses and Santa Claus distributed the gifts to the members of the dull. Those who were present we:-c: Mrs. Asbury, Mrs. C. E. Hecbco. I,rs. Jesse Deplanty. Mrs. Douglas Pe'd, Mrs. A'ton Rose, Mrs. Clyde Hun-sell. Mrs. Harger, Mrs. Myers, Miss Elizabeth Myers. Mrs. Potts. Mrs. Neel and the following ciesis. Mrs. If; is m m Season's Belle Hegaith, Mrs. Neil Wait, Mrs. fii I.ertrr Krene. Mrs. Robert Rose, and j? Misn Mni:de Morgan who became a member r f the club. A slumber party was given Frl- jti day night at the home of Miss Jua-nita Broady in honor of Miss Lois .! Bishop who celebrated her 1 St h 2j birth anniversary on that day. fil Ten of Miss Bishop's classmates Jgj TIGS m Wf. I f- I 34 m 34 i 34 and the Hostess attenuen. iiio:;u- nresent were: Beverly Arrnsmlth, 'Jpuun Rest tgi Betty Adams, Claudia Howiett. JSJ Evadna Rose. Virginia Asbury. Ruby Jjif Lee. Lucille Hollingsworth, Donna Morgan, Barbara Hollingsworth, 2 Gloria Asbury, file honor guest and fi the hostess, Miss Urondy. j? Another slumber party was given for Miss Bishop Saturday night a'!;: the home of Miss Ruby Lee. Those attending were: Junnita Broady, ij? Virginia Asbury, Lucille IIoIHjiks- worth. Virginia Walthall, Ruby Fore-J' i Ski w GREGORY'S CAFE AND BARBECUE MIC. ami MltS. AIIO.NE (.ItlX.OI! V man. Margaret, the honor gil"st (J; 34 and tbe hostess. .Miss Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Shro.-.dor mm. mTm mm mTm m&M. and Mrs. Benny Miller and daiiKh i i ter. Linda Sue, were Sunday iifter-JjS noon guesis of Mrs. A. J. Wise audjjfi Mr. and Mrs. William Wiltermood Mrs. Wise's husband is a patienl in the Vermillion County Hospital r fs Clinton. ig Mr. and Mrs. Omer McMasters an! son, Don. Mrs. Nelle Wait and Mrs K; Dora M. Harger, all of Newport, at tended "The Nativity." prod net Uv'ifi ill Danville. III., Sunday. Tbe plu:'uC: was given by the Masonic players. ,Ki Mr. and Mrs. Keith Youmans and jfcl children, spent Sunday with Mr. andJt Mrs. Herbert Youmans and Mrs. Ilel- le Youmans. Mrs. Belle Youmans is Jj a guest visiting in this city f rom Mecca. Vif Yoenian second class GeraM TO YOU, fli inns, ami of Mrs. Reulah CliiltUP.. ONE AND ALL! We wish t6extend burgreetings'fdr"and wide:-to'thbse in. whose hands the nation's security is entrusted; to those" we love I wherever they may" be; "an'd Joour I neighbors,' cus tomers and personal friends in thisvour.very own town! It is7at,a" time" such'as'Jhis'thaf the " people we know earn our fondest.thoughts vand in an'effort to'express our' sentiments most .tangibly,1-, we" haveT redoubled ourefforts" to serve everyone. to the best. of our'ability.lB So that when 'we sayit'MerrylChristmas weiare.glad .to" know.we have' "merrier. for.many:, AriH when.we'say. Happy New Year 'Iwe have' the satisfaction jDf knowing" that jhrougrf our services," at least a small degree of added happiness can be enjoyed by those ve number among our many, acquaintances. ,jt 34 P 34 m 34 i ft 34 m 34 j) 34 S I, I 34 0 spent the weekend with his sister-in-ii law in St, Louis, Us, J. J. ChippsJ? and son. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Alten Rose and J; daughter, Evadna, Mrs. LesterJ Keene and son Koper, Mrs. Itobori gfi J. Rose and Miss Claudia Hewlett spent Saturday in Danville shopping. o Mrs. Gertrude Antey of Monte-zuma spent Sunday nltfht with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Urondy i and sistrr. Hflen of Newport. kj Mrs. Furost Mark left Thursday afternoon for Carlsbad, New Mex-fi iro. where she will visit her son. Aviation Cadet Robert K. Mack. Vji Dr. and Mrs. Heardsley and son.;; Joe, of Cayup.i spi-nt Sunday witli Mrs. Heardsley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sanders of Newport. fc Mr. and Mrs. Russell Egfileston of It's time for Ptcli of us to enjoy the finest time of the year Christina::. It's also tune for oath of us to take stock of the year just closing and to make our plans for the comir.g y?ar. Looking bacK over the twelve months we find that we have fallen far .short of what may have been expected of us and now, at this Christmastime We pledge to you that wc will make every effort 'o Uo a better job in the future. i 91 i Terre Haute spent Sunday with Mr. Fairies! on's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Fleston of Newport, 34 When we cxp;-e-,s cur Chikimas Greetings to you, v.e want you to Ur.ow thr.f wo are fully aware of your problem.'; and it is Ik Mr. and Mrs. Clen Youmans of Zll Newport spent Saturday with Mr. S and Mrs. James Dowers of Terre Haute. fcs? Mr. and Mrs. Lester Keen and Mrs. Robert Hose spent Monday eve- ninp with Mr. and Mrs. Alten Rose-and daughter, Evadna. Vj cur hope that you may derive Eonio amount of happir.e.,. in this expression, knowing that it comes from one who is jour friend. Mrs. Florence Dodson, and Mrs I ft 34 i 34 m a 34 ft. 34 ft 34 CITIZ ENS ter. Mrs. Mary Cooper of Terre $i Haute. Mr. und Mrs. Keith Youmans and Vit son. Rarty. shopped in Danville Fri dav. NEWPORT, IND. MEMBER F. D. I. C. Mrs. Mirl Thomas and pon. Ohar- CLINTON, IND. TRUCKER'S LOCAL UNION NO. 73 moie in Clin- ton Sunday nitrht. The annual Christinas parly ofK; ,he Mystery Pal Club .as held Mn.j8iSiii les dene, attended

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