The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 17, 1936 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 17, 1936
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Page Three The Daily Clintonian. Clinton. Indiana Tuesday, November 17, 1936 Lodges COURT NEWS NEWPORT. Nov 17. - Edward Tollev of II' It township entered a Eastern Stars Hold Picnic Supper for Masons and Families Clinton Cum-mandeiy. 48. K. CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES ..S3 plea of utility in Vermillion circuit i 4 ' com t Moni'av to a charce of dr ! . - . tum i - w i no 0 ITH ; . . . stated ronclate I HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. ('. E. Kagan oi Terre Haute, j formerly of Clinton, underwent a I major operation recently al the St. Anthony hospital at Terre Haute. I according to information received here ! Dr. and Mrs. liasan moved to i Terre Haute to make llleir home i several years ago. i ,nu while intoxicated, .luile G. KM , . . y jfx tTSa MedneKday at T : p m. Jra-updialely rolliiwing the business season rehearsal will bn held for .nspeeiion. j ward lliiigham fined him $.1 and costs and oidcied blui not to drive on u puhlic highway for a period oi one ynr. The affidavit alleges that hi' driving on l'S-:Hi. oi.e-lourlll mile ea.-l of stale road li.'i oil Oct. !l 1 while uuih r the inllii' nee of Indicating liquor. Marriage Licenses Auxiliary Holds Meet at Home of Mrs. Dunlap The regular meeting of tbe Flre-men'a Auxiliary waa held last night at the home of Mra. Harry Dunlap of Walnut street. She had an her assistants Mra. Roy James and Mrs. Wilford Doolin. After a ahOft business session euchre waa played at three tablea with high score prise awarded to Mrs. Dow Mitchell; Mrs. Mallle H. Marshall, lone, and Mrs. Robert Wright, low. Following the games refreshments were served. Mrs. Frank Greullch, a new member, was present at the meeting. .Mrs P. 1.. llausei ,if Rensselaer, llid., underwent a major operation at a liospllal there reeenlly She is getting along as well as ran be ex peeled. Mrs. llanser was formerly .Miss Ruby Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ('Me Thomas of lila.kman st reel . cause of State or Indiana vs. Ili:l I mn il. h.irged ith violu-f Indiana Icrtilizir law, was trial for !) c t. It was the Th. i,. A. tion i set ill NEWPORT. Nov IT M.m Bishop, . i. ol iH-.n- Newport and Helena l iaui'-r. zd. of Newport, were graut-d a marriage license at Newport llr.'Jav. be Mt on the first day only ca affidavit The if the new term Domestic Arts Club Members, Husbands Hold Picnic Supper Mmber of the Domestic Arts club entermlnnd tbelr husbands with din "it last evening at the borne of Mr. sad Mr. E. A. Iewln on South M In (treat. Following the dinner bridge was played at four table with high core prize awarded to Mra. Lewin for the women and consolation, Mrs. J. B. Btlne. High score prize for the men was awarded to Louis Lemstra. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Houston, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Spears, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lemstra, Mr. and Mra. E. C. Boyd, Mr. and Mra. 3. B. Stine and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Harrison. The next meeting will be held Dec. 21 at the home of Mr. and Mra. Houston on Walnut street. REBEKAHS TO HOLD ANNUAL CARD PARTY h- 1 g ' e- Approximately loo people attended I lit- picnic supper Riven by the Kastern Stars for all .Manni ulid their liunllles at the hall on Soutli Main Street last nlnlit. The following program was enjoyed durini! the cveiiinii: two readings and a tap dance liy Utile Doroihy Kalhryn Foncanuon: Mrs. Walter Hurnside and .Virs. Agnes Hue sang two selections "Whispering Hope" and "The End of the Road": The Archer twins sani! "Take Me Back to My Boots and Saddle" and "Wake l"p and KIiib": two reading by Miss Aniiabelle Hunter; a playlette entitled "The Romance or the Princess Primrose" was presented by Miss Tsimi l.ahti as king. .Miss Gertrude McKenney. queen. Mrs. William Gilfoy princess. Miss Marie Fields, duke. Mrs. John Gilniour and Mrs. William Roberts as footlights, and Miss Ruth Harrison and Mrs. Gurney Foltz as curtains. The hall was beautifully de-orated with fall flowers. Final Week for Clinton Recipes against Huffman alb ges tli ncId '-.ivi-nil cans of fertilizer dients which did net carry a lab. 1 from the slate i liemist quired by law. Other members attending were Mes- re- Mrs. Pheba Hughes Observes Birthday Anniversary Sunday The hotu birthday unnin -mary or .Mrs. I'heba Hun lien of 803 Smith Fifth street was observed at ber home Sunday when veral f her relatives aud frli'iida gathered at her home. At noon a dinner whs served at tables, which were beautifully decorated with chrysanthemums. Following the dinner Veda Lee Church entertained with several vocal solos and tap dancing and Marilyn Crawford sang a solo. Guests were Mesdames l.aiira Dunkfey. Robert J. Collier. Charlotte Blanford. Harry Brown. Clyde Hale. Alta Dunkley, Otis Church and daughter. Veda Lee. Marcarel Mon-ney. Nellie McCowan. Mr. and Mrs. Clve Jones. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Dowdy, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Shew and son, Mr. and Mrs. Wright VanDuyn and son, Paul. Anson Miller, Marie Antoinette Miller. Bertha Van Duyn, Miss Mary' Beth Blanford. Robert Hale, John Dunkley. Miss Ruth Ann Hale. Jack Dunkley Billy Joe Dunkley.. William Mooney. James Mooney and Miss Rachef Campbell. : ;' Mrijind Mrs. CJa'ud U Vli tti. Mrs Will Berry and Mt'B. George MacN'uir of South Third street spent last evening in Rosedale with Mrs. Mae-Nair's daughter. Mrs. Lynn Fisher, and Mr. Fisher. .Mis S. N. he ! l.i ,. .1. ' i:. ' :s viil.n: in ('Luton lliii. "V-ek .he iii'li.. s of l't..i.t:ves ami ;r. cutis George Boatman of Walnut street, who has been a patient at the Vermillion County hospital for tile pes' several weeks, is getting along satisfactorily. Mr. Boatman wa.s lu jured at Submarine No. 2 njine wfiere he was employed. Cecil Beard of Sandvtnwn. vvli'-was injured at Submarine No. - mine several weeks ago. is g'tl'll'.' along as well as can be exnocted ac-cordingSo reports from Vernrllion County hospital. John Cliapmnn of Elm and Main streets, who suffered a paralyth stroke yesterday is in a serious condition. He is a patient at tlie Vermillion County hospital. Mr. and Mr.'. lli:ry Cumin?'::,!' i t! Falrview were Sunday dinner, us-? i f J!r. and Mrs. Ed Cunning-! lam of Suufh Seventh street. .... , Fr?d Markel o' South Fourth street, who has been confined to his ; 'irme with illness for the paBt week.; :s a little improved. I datnes Mabel Brown, Herschel Cheek, Charles Doughty. Anton Fenoglio, Raymond Foltr and Everett Helms. t Woman's Club Enjoys Program Yesterday Mra. Laurence Jackson of South Third street was hostess for the meeting of tbe Woman's Club at ber home yesterday afternoon, ' which was well attended by both members and several guests. Following a short business session a delightful musical program wa enjoygd.' A. paper prepared by Mrs. li. B., Silverman giving the life-, history..', of' George Gerschwin. a composer, was read by Mrs. W. A. Sat-terlee. Mrs. Jackson read an interesting paper on his works, giving a technical discussion of bis compositions, especially "The Famous Rhapsody in Blue." later being played by Miss Winnifred Mayfleld. George-ann Slover played a piano selection "Of Thee I Sing." by Gerschwin, and Mrs. William Gilfoy entertained with a vocal solo entitled "Summertime." Concluding the program Miss Mayfleld played "I Got Plenty of Nothin" from , the. colored musical comeify !"P0rgy' and Bess." ,' i Guests -were : Mesdameit Wakefield G-errish, Frances Shelsky. Raymond Gilfoy, H. C. Chapin and-Mrs S. N. Sellers of Indianapolis, Miss Mary Curtis and Miss Esther Rohner. This Sale, External Treatment Helps END A COLD Quicker The annu. l bridge and euchre party of the K "bekahs of Dana will be held there :t tbe I. O. O. F. hall at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow. The public is invited to attend. R. ). Collier, of South Fourth street Is re uperating nicely at hip home after being 111 for several months. Ht: recently underwent a major operation, at the St. Anthony hospital at Terre Haute. He is now able to be out. : Frank Sett, who is a medical student at Indiana university. Spent Sunday with his uncle, M. M. Scott, of Mulberry street. Ail women are welcome to add thcyr favorite recipes to the Clinton Cook Book, being compiled liy the Women's Furnishing society of tile Presbyterian church, hut copy must be turned in at once, members or the committee said today. An unusual amount of interest is being shown in the cook book and copy is coming in rapidly. It is expected to make its appearance by December 15. Literally hundreds of family recipes will be included in the volume, all furnished by women of this community. Women who have recipes they would like to see in the book and have not yet turned them In itv urged to either hand them to Mrs. I T. White or leave them at The Daily Clintonian office this week. We put you under the microscope and here's what we found. ou art tmitf htiimn here 1 hanker! ine anl that w want lo Ik- hm well dre-M'd as anythhift iii fin jkI or on the tattle. Tltat yon hav a down olhrr fi-iijincial irons in the fire... that ynu have to fH style without a M-nnlt . . without a all frtiin the hank. In tlier words ou want the finest, MitM iHTotiiinti; TlmnltNtlvintc fcitii your money will buy and, niiliout waging word, we My.. h it is. ehoi, e of fahties. . . J7 ehoiec of models and (Hilton's (hoinM value in Kuppeuhefnier Thankiviii suits. r Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson orin-dianapolis were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Jackson of South Third street. Other guests at the Jackson home Sunday were Dr. and Mrs. 0. A. Jackson of Wareland and Miss (;eu-eva Jackson and Miss Mary Houston, both of Indianapolis. SOCIAL CALENDAR 7& 3-7MuZ& Vaxou67fk&uuj4 BIRTHDAY PARTY Mr. and Mrs. John J. Ellis of Fair-view entertained with a surprise birthday party last evening for their son. John, the occasion being his 13th During the night, VapoRub keeps right on working. Often, by morning the worst of the cold is over. Avoids Risk of Stomach Upsets This safe, external treatment cannot possibly upset the stomach, as constant internal "dosing" is so apt to do. It can be used freely, as ofter as needed, even on the youngest child. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Peiitreuth of Klacknian street were in Terre Dr. and Mrs. 1. M. Casebeer of! South Sixtji street, were the Suuday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art White of Hillsdale. I anniversary. Guests ircra Ralph Kerr, Kugene Silkwood. Junior Whalen. Junior and Roy Thomas, Donald Dunn. Etl- Haute this afternoon pa a business trip. .: j ... j Mrs. Dave Salmond and daughter. Miss Virginia, of Blarkman street i Massage VapoRub briskly on the throat, chest and back (between and below the shoulder blades). Then spread it thick over the chest and cover with warmed cloth. Almost before you finish rubbing, VapoRub starts to bring relief two ways at once two direct ways: 1. Through the Skin. VapoRub acts direct through the skin like a poultice or plaster. 2. Medicated Vapors. At the same time, its medicated vapors, released by body heat, are breathed in for hours about 18 tunes a minute direct to the irritated air-passages. This combined poultice-and-vapor action loosens phlegm relieves irritation helps break congestion. V'CKS i V VAPORoe $17.50 to $35.00 Topcoats Also! Rosenblatt's I gar Murdy. Blugene Shull. Michael Mr. and Mis. Irvin Minks and ( Junior. Paul and Joseph Uatterso. children of Bridwood, 111., have re- j Games and contests furnished the turned to their borne after viBiting entertainment of the evening with left this morning for Indianapolis. I where they will spend today and i tomorrow. Mothers! Look in your VapoRub package for full details of Vuks Plan practical home guidr to greater freedom from col Js. In c':nic teste among 17.353 people, this Plan cut siduie from colds moTYturi ku f! Follow Vicka Plan for Better Control of Colds at tbe home of Mrs. Minks' Darents. nrizes given to Junior Whalen. Juti- Mr. and Mrs. Florence Shannon of ior Thomas and Paul and Joseph i This evening they plan to attend; west of the city, and other relatives Bateeso. Refreshments were served j 'he operetta, "The Great Waltz at , and friends. and a social hour enjoyed. the Indiana theater. I aaaBWSWB -am mmm g': TmTtSK -"ZTtSW 5 im lhM WW Tuesday TODAY Pythian Sisters to meet at thf hall In Blaikman street at 7:30 p. m. for staff and officers practice. Pythian Sisters will meet at the hall on Soutli Main street, p. ra. Tuesday Brfrfge club will' meet: at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ahlemeyer, South Fourth street, 8 p. m. Delta Theta Tau Sorority will meet at the Business and Professional Women's cluhrooms, 7:45 y. m. Fortnightly club to meet at the home of Miss Margaret Davis on South Fourth street, 8 p. m. Mrs. A. D. Spears will be the leader. American Legion Auxiliary bunco party will be held at the Legion home, 7:30 p. m. Golden Star club will meet at the home of Mrs. Roy Butts, Cromp-ton Hill, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Good Tin e Bridge Club to meet at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs Tony Ave In South Fourth street. Idle Wile Club will meet at thi home of Mrs. Archie Carmicuael Bouth Sixth street, 2 p. m. Job's Daughters Council will meet at tbe hall on South Main street, 7 p. m. Wednesd: y Embroidery Club-will meet at the home of Mrs. W. B Nichols on Blaokman street inteari of at the heme of Mrs. A. D. Spears South Fourth street, 2:30 p. in. Trl Kapia aorority will bold regular meeting at the home of Misa Gertrude Ewlng, Mulberry atreet, 8 p. m." Plans for the dinner have been changed, therefore the regular business session will- be beld. Ladies Aid of the Trinity church will bold an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. Una Lapworth of Bhepardsvllle. f$88$ I PRICES REDUCED I II m 4-Dmt A TMriag mm M U B BIGGER, FINER AND SAFER THAN EVER. . . EACH WITH A STYLE DISTINCTLY ITS OWN BOTH OFFERING I PrMh, Now Stylo-Uador ttylln9.Unar WhMlbot Larger Six Reemrsr BodlM Lowr Floor Wldor Chauis Hoavlor Framo llggor Engirt! Higher Powtr Extra Safety Oroator Economy And OMsmobilo'a Traditionally Fin Quality. SOTH FEATURING I Now Untefaol Bodlo by Flshor wMi Turrot Too Now Trlpl Soalod SuparHydraullc Brakes Cantor-Control Steering Now Dual Kid Stabilizers Proved Kno-Actlon Wheel Unobstructed Floor nd many other fin-car feature. Thursday Presbyterian Missionary Society will meet at the home of Mrs. H. C. Chapin, Mulberry Street. 2:30 p. m- Ladies Bible class of the Christian church will meet lit the home of Mra. Elmer Hixon. Elm street. 2:30 p. m. Choir of the Christian Church will meet at the church, 7:30 p. m Young 'Women's Sodality. Group B, of the Sucred Heart Church will meet at the borne of Mrs. Charier Colombo, South Twelfth atreet. Mins Mary Fenoulio will be the hostess. Philathea Claw of tbe Baptist Church will meet at the church at 7 p.m. W American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion home. South Third street, 8 p. m. Job's Daughters to bold practice at the hall on South Main atreet, 7 p. m. I PRICES REDUCED I mB ration! Model TV .w-C I ti S M . 1 II MM II 1 11 B7 p I M,-" M MH, I"' M'l.. 7 bk ' msnon Or 1HI CM THAT WAV IVtYTHI to IW Friday . SO AUD SALES COMPANY Phone 42 Current Event and Art Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Una Lap-worth of Shepartnville, !;S6 . ov 107 Elm Street

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