The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 27, 1944 · Page 3
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 27, 1944
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Page Three THE DAILY OLINTONI AN 'ednesday, December 27, 1944. and hostess. A social time wits enjoyed by all. HOW THEY LOOK'ON BATTLEFRONTi Protein Supplements Cottonseed meal and soybean oil meal were found to be excellent protein supplements for fattening beef cattle. f Clinton Social Notes GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Annual Tri Kappa Crowl-Dickenson Vows Heard At Gilfoy Home Miss Ann C'rowl, technician at the Verm 1 1 1 Inn County Hosullul, and dniiKhter of Mr. unci Mrs. Chester Crowl of East ('anion, O. became the bride of Don Dickenson, locul ser vice station operator, at ceremonies performed Saturday at 0 p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Fairview Home Ec Members Enjoy Christmas Dinner Members of the Fairview Home Ec Club met at the home of Loretta Beard recently for an all day meeting and Christmas dinner. Mrs. May-ni e Smith was the assistant hostess. The regular meeting was held in the afternoon with the Flag Salute, quotations and club creed given in unison. The history of the song. "II Came Upon the Midnite Clear" was given by Dorothy Weber, followed by the reading of the minutes. Devotions were led by Mayme Smith followed by the Lord's Prayer. Two new officers were voted by acclamation, they were llayme Smith, president and Irene Nolan as secretary-treasurer. Mable Simpson had charge of installing the new officers. Mrs. Habichf was voted in as a new member. The Christmas program was led by Mayme Smith and Mrs. Simpson with Charlotte Dixon assisting at the piano. A number of Christmas carols were sung In unison. Rozella Smith presented the song. "A Christmas Tree." An exchange of mystery pal gifts was enjoyed by all. New mystery pal names were drawn and also the months to Bene as hoot P. Gilfoy. Rev. C. C. Jordan read the vows for the single ring ceremony. Attendants at the wedding cere Europe May Never See These ART MASTERPIECES AGAIN! But They Are Yours Through The Magic of the GOSPEL IN ART Presented by HOWARD W. ELLIS Cospel Artist mony were Mrs. Hilly Edwards as bridesmaid and William Gilfoy, best man. The bride was attired In a lose ml.-t street length dress with blue accessories and wore a corsage of 3ance To Be Held W Aragon Tonight Lai'K Ywl Kxiierteil . At JjMal Sorority I)iip; Mrs. HoKfiiuin Ami .Ml Caldwell Are Co-tlialrmen The annual Trl Kappa Dance, one if the outstanding local affairs of he year, Is to be held toniKlit Irani 1:30 p. m. to 1 a. m. In the AniKon lallroom. Many reservations have been nade and it was also reported that hey can still be made by calling (Irs. Charles Bledinger at 644. Tick-its are also obtainable at the door. ) Leo Baxter and his orchestra will urnish the music for the dance, froceeds from this affair will be us-jd by the sorority In its charitable ind philanthropic work both In the ilty and state. Mrs. H. A. Hageman and Miss darjorie Caldwell are co-chairman or the dance and will be assisted by he following committee chairmen: Ickets, Mrs. J. H. Sutton: publicity, tiles Marynette White; reservations, lira. Virginia Biedinger: tickets, Hiss Elnora Marietta; clockroom, Mrs. Charles Hurlow; Mrs. Wisehart ind Mrs. Schelsky, tickets at the loor; and ushers, Mrs. Lang Holt issisted by Miss Burgan, Mrs. James ft'ood, and the Misses Martha Jane Hungerford. Dorothy Fletcher and Rosemary Wright. I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wisehart -Hi-1' 'v i'; : I )V1 jiSlLtMmiuum "r iMmrrrm inr3 pink roses. Mrs. Edwards wore a lime colored street length dress with brown accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. The reception was held at the Gilfoy home Immediately following the ceremony. The bride has been employed at the county hospital for the past three years where she will continue to work. Christmas Guests Present At Steir Residence Here Mrs. Margaret Steir and son, Johnny Lee of this city had as their Christmas dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCrea and children of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bildilli and daughters of West Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Petros- Wednesday Evening 7:30 Saturday THE HEAD OF CHRIST THE ROAD Oreat Masterpiece by the Famous Trt 11 UARY Chicago Artist, Warner L. Sail- III WflUlflll I : -rr- Sunday School 9 : 30 Thursday Evening 7:30 . .... w.n CHRIST PREACHING . 'tSf 52 FROM A BOAT Forgot Four Colors see the crowd who came to hear gunday Morning Worship Je81'- 10:30 F?SENVSg CHRIST AT TH STORY OF HEART'S DOOR MY LIFE Sunday Evening 7:30 Theme Picture TUC UQI V QITY "RICH YOUNG HULER" ' cu of Chicago, Mrs. Grace Cook and daughter, Alta Marie of Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Addison Jackson and Insurance We have had two losses recently in which the insured was under - insured and have had to take losses. Your Insurance is just as important as anything else you own or buy. Check your automobile, extended coverage, and fire insurance. If you do not have adequate insurance. can U.S. Call PHONE 820 Agency Established in 1906 AH Losses Taken Care of Promptly. NEW TYPES OF UNIFORMS for WACs and Army nurses stationed, overseas are modeled above by WAC Sgt. Phyllis Ann Andrews, left,' Detroit, and WAC Pvt. Carolyn Jane Klaus, Decatur. 111. The tropical' dress uniform includes shirt and slacks neatly tailored in cotton' khaki twill, a khaki overseas cap and brown calf-skin field shoes. On the right is the cold climate clothing featuring wind-resisting water-repellent olive drab sateen trousers and field jacket and four- buckle arctic overshoes, all of which fit over tnewool flannel liner. Robert Jackson of West of Clinton, Mr. and M's. John Steir, Cpl. and Mrs. Paul Oliver and daughters all of Clinton. Evening guests were George Jenkins of Terre Haute and Miss Betty Jane Jackson of West of Clinton. Local Residents Entertain Guests At Turkey Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Shell Luce of 405 South Seventh street entertained (lntt initio nil). The "tin hat" fits over, a knitted visored cap.; ind R. M. Pentreath had as their Christmas dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Stwalley and son. Bob. Mrs. Audrey Cox and daughter, Ju-Ilth, Mrs. Bill Conrad and Rosaline Wisehart all of Darlington, Ind. and Miss Marie Stwalley and Miss Alice Church of Chicago, 111. I I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Redman and daughter, Joyce, of Green Bay, Wis. and Mrs. Curtis Harper of Indianapolis spent Christmas with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bridgman of South Third street. ' Miss Betty Jane Jackson, west of Clinton, is visiting a few days with relatives and friends in Clinton. NIMITZ RECEIVES HONORARY DEGREE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH WED., DEC. 27 SUN., DEC. 31 INDIANA CLINTON Monday with a turkey dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Macy and son Keith, Jr. of Flint, Mich. Other guests at the Luce home during Christmas Day were Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Botner and daughter. Diddy, of St. Bernice; Miss Grace Luce, St." Uernice; Mrs. Maude Hayes, Terre Haute and Mrs. Clyde Brooks of Indianapolis. If ROBERTA'S f BEAUTY SHOP I 1ST North 7th St. I PHONE 1S4-W I PERMANENTS g GIVEN AT JJIGHf Mrs. Calvin Holliday of Washing HJT lfH Uf FIsf 10 ton. D. C. is spending the holiday with her mother, Mrs. Arnold DOING ITSELF" . . ."while I'm away from home enjoying this m sWt r m m foams V I W si i fine Monday morning!" T-J Ijiia i m n a' ' TUNE IN WENR Sl'XDAY We feature Al-tWRK. Greeting Cards FORDHAM UNIVERSITY awarded the honorary degree of doctor of law to Adm. Chester W. Nimitz, left, who, the citation read, is "modest, patient, brilliant and courageous." The degree was presented the admiral by the most Rev. James J. Sweeney, right above, Roman Catholic bishop of Honolulu, on toehalt of the university president and board of control. (Internationil SoandphotoJ Fine Church Record Wednesday Past Chiels Club, cancelled due to bad weather. Women of the Moose, Moose hall, Black man street, 7:30 p. m. Past Chefs Club of Thelma meet at the hall on Blackman street, :30 dinner. Each bring a covered dish, own table service and a lc gift. Your ELECTRIC automatic Home Laundry will be ready soon after V-Day Friendly Bunco Club, Mrs. Mary Shannon, South Seventh at. Thursflav Regular meeting of Job's Daugh l i I I ' r t . t r : ' o , ' s ' ' ', ' f ters at :3fl. Public installation Ber V t-ices will be held at the Masonic i No more wash day drudgery when the automatic home-laundry is installed in your Electric home of tomorrow. No, you can't have one now but as soon as the war is over, this, and other amazing electrical devices, will be ready for you. It's no dream gadget . . . it's all ready to go . . . the experimental work is all completed ... it's just a matter of waiting until factories can turn from wartime to peacetime production. Lay your plans now for this and other "better-living" appliances that electricity will bring to your home. &tmtm&4mJ :towiMj: srtWj hall at 7:30. Centenary W. P. C. S. will meel with Mrs. Roy Walters. Gifts will be exchanged. Ladie Auxiliary of One-Half Century Club, meet at the club rooms. 7:30 p m. Couples Class of the First Baptist Church will have their holiday dinner in the church baBement at :30 p. m. All adults are to bring a 25c girt and children, a 10c gift. Acme Club. 7:30 p. m. with Mrs. W. H. McCracken. Friday DEB Club, meet at 2 p. m. with Mrs. Louise Connors, South Third street. Rebekah staff to practice at 7:30 p. m. in the halL 4 hntina ur'M-Hi jif Use 4"Iiuimi MHtuMli4 tiurii mjit-k-d tlnt mfUi.iim vt mmrth- yrmr at faitliful JftidatMw tor Mm. lUtfib 'niilMU, tit Kftutli Main Strr. Mm. i aiiifrfK-ll titt mtNtted mo er icHi tlii ftmr in Ik h the Hiurrh and imen hjsttnT SaMuUh C'Uh-rShr Iia artenrtHI werr Clirifd-bijim nrrvkv fur the pait 1AU yrara. GOOD Mil l!IMIlli;T SEE YOUR DEALER Sales of appliances will be made only through dealers. We have discontinued our policy of direct selling. However, we will cooperate wholeheartedly with local Dealers and Contractors, and where assistance is needed, we will be alert to provide service, assist with installations, and supply home service experts for advice and instruction. ft mm Cite another WAR BOND this Christmas and mark it: "Convert this into in automatic Berttic Washing Machine as soon as peacetime comes" t rov cas always depesd on yea&aif Mr. and Ms. Jesse Baraett of rniversal are the parents of a daughter born yesterday at the Vermillion county boepitaL The baby weighed five pounas nine ounces and has not Leen named. Mrs. Barnett was formerly Miss Mary Catherine Da It on. PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF INDIANA, INC. CLOVER LEAF i THE ftfCTWC HOUR, starring NELSON EDDY, will be heard over your favorite CBS station every Sunday ot 3:30 p.iru,CW.T. :m of a Donald Leptpr McElhpny.- Montezuma, was admitted to the county hospital Monday as a medical case. Mrs. Elvia Graham, of route one. and Raymond mith. Kioominedalp. Ind.. were admitted to the Vermillion county hospital yesterday as medical caaes. Mrs. Marsaret Jone. Route tiro, was dismissed from the county bo- Tune in the Joan Davis Sealtrgt Village Store Program, with Jack Hairy. Thursdays, k r.11 J-. M WMAQ pitai yesterday.

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