The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 16, 1936 · Page 3
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November 16, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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The Daily Cllntonlan. Hinton, Indiana Monday, November 16, 1936 - will hold an all day meeting at Mr. aud Mrs. I. It. Arnold and Mr. Caught a Cold? the home or Mrs. i:na Lupworth of Shcpa rdsville. To help end it sooner, rub throat and chest with 1? CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES Thursday icks W VAPORUB White Rats Lose Mother Love Without Manganese Monday Woman's club- to meet at the home of Mrs. Laurmre Jackson, Smith Third Btreet, 2 p. in. Dnim-stii- Arts Club- to meet al the home or Mrs. E. A. Lowln, South Main street, 7 p. m. Fin-men's Aiixllary -to mi-'-t at the home of Mrs. Marry Diinlap. 1 II 3) Walnut Street. 7,:o P ". Assistant hostesses Mrs, Wllfoltl Dunlin ti till Mrs. Hoy James. Eastern Wins -to hold a hiintiict fur Jerusalem Lodce, !. F. & A. M. l Hie hull at fi::lo p n. All Eastern Stars aUenililiK are asked to bring a covered dish and own lalile service. Young Women's Sodality. Group U, of the Sacred Heart Church -will meet at the home of Mrs. Charles Colombo. Soul ll Twelfth slllet. Miss Mary Feuoglio will lie the hostess. I'hllalhi'U Class of the llaiilisl Church will meet ill I lie church at 7 p. 111. . American Lesion Ailslliary-- -will meet al i In- Let. on hum". South Thud street, s p. m. Jul,' tl;im:ll'eis to held practice at the hall on Sunlit Main street. ; p. in. Friday ('urn ni Event and Ait Club - will meet at Hie liolll" of Mrs. I'm l.ap- I Experiments Willi white rats and MrB. M. Jtt of lllllaboro, 111., were the guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Toweli. of. South Fourth street. Mr. and MrB. James Lowe, who have been living in South Seventh street have moved to 121 tl South Sixth street. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson have moved from South Sixth street In the Hay Martin property In Smith Fourth street. Mrs. Walter Dick, Miss Anna Young. Mrs. K. J. Haya unil John Viable spent yesterday afternoon in IndlanapollB visiting Mrs. Vrahir. who Is a patient at I lie Coleman hon-pltal. Mrs. Vrnbic is getting nlon satisfactorily. Miss Martha Hays, who teaches in Kingman. Ind., spent the weekend with her parents. Mr. anil Mrs. E. J. Hays, in South Fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilhlte of Fairview entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Wilhlte of Chicago. Miss Helene Rice of East Chicago. Paul Wilhlte of Indianapolis and Hoy Haase of Knox, Ind. show that a lack of MANGANESE in iho diet will cause the male raty to become sterile and the female rat to lose her mother instinct. The TO HOLD RUMMAGE SALE The women of the south section Furnishing society of the 'Methodist church are sponsoring a rummage sale November 23 and 24 at the Morgan .building on South Main street. Anyone having anything they would like to contribute la asked to get In touch with any member of the committee, which is composed of Moadamoa E. A. tawln, D. O. Hnr-gan, Frank Hayalnger, George Server and Corlnne Hall, Gl'KSTH IN IIIMZIL Mr. and Mrs. I, C. Easter were honor guests It t i o'clock dinner yesterday given at tlx home ot Mrs. William Jerr of Brazil in honor of their 31st wedding anniversary. Other Clinton guests were Mrs. E. W. Cordlngley, Mrs. Jessie Doui-las, and the Misses Virginia and Marguerite Easter. . ATTENDING FLORAL SHOW Mrs. Anna LaRorhe, designer, or the Cown Floral Shop at Torre Haute, and Mrs. Cown left recently for Indianapolis. From there they went to Louisville, Ky., to attend a floral show there. Mrs. Dan Drake Hostess For Auxiliary Meeting Mrs. Dan Drake of North Fourth street was hostess for the meeting of the Letter Carriers Auxiliary at her home Friday wvenlng. During a short business session a nomination of officers was held. Immediately following the business meeting bunco was played at two tables with the recipients of Iho prises being Mrs. Sarah Goodhue, who received high wore prim; Mrs. Dow Mitchell, bunco, and Mrs. James Wallace, low, The next meeting will he held December 10 at the homo of Mrs. Lawrence Sanders, North Seventh street Dinner Guenla Mr. and Mrs. George Struin of South Fifth street had as their dinner guests yesterduy Mr. and Mrs. John Strain of New Ross. Ind., Mr. and Ms. Edward Dedert of Indlnn-apolls, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweet of Terre Haute, Edith S.vkns of Am-hoy. 111., and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dedert aud family of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Burgan and daughter. Barbara, of South Fifth street, attended a birthday dinner Tuesday i worth of .Sliepari! i ! If. :I::iii p mother rat does not have enough :'i. f ' her young and does not have aJiy desire to take care of them. Generally they die a few i -ifi - iiirtli. A whole colony of rats will soon pass out of e.xist-: ence as fewer and fewer young are thin the Tuesday Bridge club will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ahlemeyer. South Fourth street. 8 p. m. Delia Theta Tan Sorority -win I jliiui ma i i .il.uc Cohen 'Ho oivuplus no; i liaif the I'K'lflf .tunftmr l.'ni-" I '"-' llc-jr- meet at the Business and Profession- si)k niius!r Old al Women's clubrooms. 7:15 p. in. I China's ;ilk i:u!u: try o Delt Alumnae will meet at the ished for -l.tr 'I vc v ii and the ones who are born die shortly after birth. Human beings iso m-d MANGANESE to produce I'oalihy. vigorous children. Par Id Rain need Minerals contain just the riulit proportion ef MANGANESE, ..long with ALL the other minerals needed by the body. Get your MANGANESE every day by eating 1. Par Hi Mineralized Bread (10c a loaf) or 1. PLCS 1 candy (5c a ban or u. Par 1(1 Balanced Minerals ($1 a jar at drug stores and at grocery stores wherever Par 16 Bread is sold). HAVE VOl' HAD VOI'R MANGANESE TODAY? Christmas i'lst isn't Christmas w thmit RVTEX PERSONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS . . . and here are the new samples . . . gay, colorful and smart looking . . . and the price, as of old . . . 50 for fl.O'i. including your Name on the cards and .",0 Envelopes to match. Make your selection early at The Daily Clintonian. Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Manshlp anil family and Charles Putter, all of South Fourth street, spent yesterday at Augusta, Ind., visiting at the home of Mr. Manship's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Whitesell. home of Mrs Carvel Vaughn at I'nl-versal. 2 p. m., instead of Wednesday, the regular date. All members planning to attend are to meet at the home of Mrs. Frank Dicks, South Fourth street, 1:15 p. m. Fortnightly club to meet at 111" home of Miss Margaret Davis on South Fourth street. 8 p. m. Mr3. A. D. Spears will he the leader. American Legion Auxiliary bunco party will be held at the Legion, home. 7:30 p. ui. Golden Star club will meet at the home of Mrs. Roy Butts, Cromp-ton Hill, 7:30 p. in. Wednesday Good Time Bridge Club to meet and Jackie Taylor ot South Fourth ' yesterday at the home of Mrs. Bureau's parents. Mr. and Mrs. HOSPITAL NEWS Airs. M. J. Burns of Mansfield. O., underwent a major operation last week at the General hospital there. She is getting along nicely. Mrs. Burns is a daughter of Mr. and MrB. William R. Brown of Elm street. John Chapman of South Main street was admitted to the Vermillion county hospital this morning Frank Bruner of Brazil. The dinner was given in honor of Miss Eleanor Jane Bruner. Mrs. Emily Bruner was another guest at the Brnner home. , Mr. and Mrs. 'William R. Brown of Elin street spent last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Easter of Paris, 111. Mr. aud Mrs. Herbert Watts of on this GENERAL fig! ELECTRIC at 7::io p. ni. at the home of Mrs. Tony Ave in South Fourth street. Idle Wile Club- will meet at the ' W i t I I WRINGER for medical attention Fairview Loyal Workers Elect Officers Friday The flrM meeting of the Loyal Workers of the Methodist church ot Falivlcw vas held Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Clyde Show, substitute teacher. The following officers were elected: Betty Jean Cunningham, president; Fh'ience Jones, vlcoprosl-dent; Virginia Blowond, secretary; Anita Mild I'll, assistant, and Alice Cox, treasurer. After Hi'! business session contests were held and prizes were awarded M Florence Jones and Anita Mlt-hell. Other members present re Martha Jean Aber-nathy, Wllina Pence, Virginia Mor-lcy and Mc.-y Olive Wallace. Refreshments were served. The next meeting of the club will be held at the church on Friday, Dec. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Huffman and children of North Water street have moved to Koffsvllle, III., to make their home. Mr. Huffman has secured employment there. Mrs. Sarah Smith and daughters, Betty Jo and Patty Ann, of Terra Haute were guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Evan Adams of Walnut street. ., ; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Tate and family of Walnut street are moving to the property formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Herter, 735 Neb-eker Btreet. Mrs. Champion Anderson of south of the city had as her guests yesterday Mrs. Claude Baird and sons, Eugene Max and Charles Harold. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Judy of south of the city were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Judy's parents of near Libertyvllle. Mr. and Mrs. George Young of Terre Haute spent yesterday at the home of Mrs. Young's niece, Mrs. James Blanco, and Mr. Blanco of South Tenth, street. Other guests at the Blanco home were Mr. and Mrs. David Senter and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Runyan. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Black and son, Raymond, of South Third street, and Mrs. Susie 'Brans were guests Sunday of Mrs. " Dolllts 1 Miller of Terre Haute. Mrs. Miller is a siBter ot Mrs. Black and Mrs. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Preecs and children and MrB. Essie Bennett of Jasonvllle were the guests yesterday of MrB Bennett's daughter, Mrs. Vaughn Dougherty, and Mr. Daugh-erty. ;- Mrs. Ru-sell Coker of Peoria who has been tailing her parents. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Zink, of Mulberry street, returned to her home today. She was aicomipanied home by Mrs. Zink and MIbs Kathryn Little of Walnut street. Miss Little will remain for a short visit. MrB. Christina Sampson returui1 to her ome in Detroit after spending several days with her mother. Mrs. Christina Graham, of Sycamore street. ' Mrs. Al Sebold, who has been th guest of J.'ias Eleanor Rowland of North Main street, returned to her home In Detroit today. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shaft of Chicago spent the weekend in ' Clinton with relatives and friends. Walnut street are moving, today to Helen Donna of Rural Route, Clin street spent yesterday in Evansvllle fig the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Holmes. . Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reed and family of North Main street, MIbs Helen Newlln of Newport and Tom Burton of North Third street were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reed of north of the city. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn FiBher and son, Lynnalre, of Rosedale spent yesterday witjh Mrs. Fisher's parents. Mr. and Mrs. George MacNair, of South Third street. John Melvln and MIbs Betty Somes of Chicago Bpent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Somes, of South Third Btreet. Gerald Vale, fojier CHuton resident, who Is now employed as assistant educational advisor of Company 159, C. C. C. Camp at Worthington. Ind., is spending a week at Fort Benjamin Harrison, where he is attending an education conference. home of Mrs. Archie Carmichael. South Sixth street, i p. m. I Joli's Daughters Council will meet at the hall on South Main street. 7 p. ni. Wednesday Embroidery Club -i will meet at tile home of -Mrs. W. B. Danville, Ind.. to make their home. ton, underwent a tonsillectomy at the Vermillion County hospital this morning. Control start and slop oll$ applies ond relieves pressure-directs drainboard. Washer illustrated also lectures ACTIVATOR Permanenl Lubrication, ond Ouiet Operation. HADE BY eeNUAL tlECTKIC AT IMOGtKMT. CONN. TAYLOR'S Radio Service Lod ges Mr. Watts was transferred" there by the Northern Indiana Power Company. Mr. and Mrs. William Huxford of South Main street are to move into the property which has been occupied by the Watts'. - Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor of South Main street were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson and family of Farmersburg, Ind. A Jerusalem Lodge, 99, F. & A. M.. will hold its stated meeting tomorrow night at 7:30 at the Masonic ball on South Main street. Nichols on Blackmail street intead of at the home of Mrs. A. D. Spears. South Fourth street. 2:30 p. m. Tri Kappa sorority will hold regular meeting at the home of Miss Gertrude Ewing. Mulberry street. S p. in. Plana for the dinner have been changed, therefore the regular business session will be held. Ladies Aid of the Trinity church $49.95 EASY Favmcnts Moil el AW-22P C pacify 7 Pound Phone 71)2 45 X. Oth St. Six Pints of Blood in Man The average volume of blood in a mnn an-ire-nts, to about 6 pints. ... Viw 7 J tn ericas All-Star Eleven 60 yard dashes ... passes and punts... touchdowns . . . performance! That's how America picks 'em. By wire and air-mail, fans rush to the football experts the tip. . . "Here's another sure-fire Ail-American." 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