The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 18, 1936 · Page 3
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November 18, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Psf "Krei . ei i a ift"? Ill UwlV Jintonian. i-iimon. inoinna wedneaay, novemDwio ! . . trt..rA Pr of b.r i I Ulu I k-d I - - Uiriiir vlFliliic this k with Mr. Lap- DANA CLUB HAS worth of Bucpardsvllle. CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES Home Makers Club Holds Regular Meet The third meeting of the Home Makers club of Perrysvllle nign school mas bold Monday evening at the school. Hostesses for the meet ing were Kauniel Jacksou and Jean Sheridan. During the business sestion. which was in charge of the president, pearl Prather. the club decided (o hsve as its subject for the year " Home Mak- ing the World Around n..mi,r. f -the club are Mary i of the ii.. i-i.riva role Marv Lou .'.r ii., v, . - . .. ... j,i,iirt Siroals. Eileen ! Gouty. Jean Sheridan. Faun.el Ja.kj.Mrs. Ralph Reid and Mr, Ted Hn Anniversaries Observed At Newland Home Sun. The 30th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newland of near Universal waa observed Sunday when several of their relatives and friends gathered at their home Tbe birthday anniversary of their daughter, Mrs. Mable N. Stokes, wag also celebrated at that time. At noon a turkey dinner was served to Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Ulck-erson snd family of Fort Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Pell and son of Brazil. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. LaRue and family of Cayuga. Mr. and Mra. Paul Newland. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Skelley and daughter. Mildied. and George Farrlngton and family, all of near Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Stokes and daughter, Carol and Mrs. Corbet Kemp of Fairview and Mies Margaret Sacbta of Universal Sharon Elizabeth Roth Celebrates Birthday The first birthday anniversary of little Sharon Elizabeth Rotb. daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Roth of 1105 Miller street, was observed Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. Roth gwve party for several little friends. Tbe dining room was beautifully decorated In the color scheme of red, pink and yellow with long colored balloons lowered to tbe center of the table from the chandeliers. Refreshments were served. Fsvors of balloons and suckers were given to the guests. Guests were Jouetta Irene Kite. Monte Louis Janik, Rudolph Ronald Janlk Jr.. Anita Rose Tribulak. Mabel Mary Otnnoe. Violanda Viso. Mrs. Katberine Janik. Anna Tribulak. Fanny Rinehart. Mary Viso. Miss Edna Mae Conner and Mr Rotb. Double Wedding Rite Performed Nov. 1 4 At a double weddiug ceremony performed Saturday. November 14. at Paris. Ill,, two young couples of Fairview were united in marriaze at the office of Justice of Peace S. P Anderson. Tbey were Mias Naomi Curry, daughter of Mrs. William Lamljs and Preston Davis, son of Mrs. Lucy Bavis. and Miss Belva Dai-is. daughter of Mrs. Davis and Kenneth Daniels. Although definite plans of the young couples were not revealed they -will make their home at Fair-view. MRS MA-K EVTKRTA1XH Mra.- Harold Mack of Walnut .Mi. and Mrs. John Roe of Detroit are tbe parents of a baby boy born Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roe formerly lived ill Clinton, and Mrs Itoe, he-fore her marriage, was .Mifcs olive Kyuie. i I'se for VVWIara Hood Tli lieautiful wutara vine has one practical use; tiie wood is sr::etimt U-.C-J for inlay cabinet tsork rbrtstmas Just Isn't Chrltm3B without BYIKX PEltSONAL CHK1STMAS CAHDS . . . and here; aie the new samples . . . gay, colorful end smart looking . . . ar.d the price as of old . . 50 for tl.nl. including your Name on the cards uid 5" Eneloi-s to match. Mike our selection eaily at Tie Daily Chntonian. "You could have knocked me over with a feather!" That's how one man felt. He d been staying away. . clodeing us as tho' the place were quarantined and then he dropped in and saw our prices. "Why." he said, I feel as cheap as the prices . here I've been putting off buying a suit for fear I couldn't afford it and now I find that I can buy both a eust and an overcoat." Our prices on the fine apparel you like to wear may pleasantly surprise you, too. It's never too late to stop mending. . .an old uit. CLUB SUITS AND OVERCOATS $1750'$35 00 Rosenblatt's ! son. Virginia Gouty. Meliabelle M-; monds. EH-en Lyons. Caiman Mines, j Virginia Compton. Lucnie aow u-ii.,. u Via il Mailne Gcbhink p-,! Pc.iher Adelina Allen. Betty! ii. Uebb and Geuleve Spi- vey. Miss Etrie Lee Manhart Is the sponsor of the club. SHUMAKERS TO LIVE AT COLUMBUS. IND. Mr. arid Mra. C. B. Shumaker of the Doughty apartments of Elm street are planning to leave this weekend for Columbus, lnd., where they will make their home for the nwrt bpe ntbs. Mr. Shumaker. who has been as sistant manager of the G. C. Murphy store for the past 15 months. Is suffering from materia lever and has taken a three moaths leave of absence on account of his health. I1IWER GITOKT Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Frist entertained with a dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mm. Ernest Jolly of Tuscola. III.. Mr. and Mra. Tom Cox and baby daughter of Sidell. 111.. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Foltz of west of the city and Mr. and Mrs. Sara Sai-ton. Afternoon visitors were Je-diah Frist and daughter. Hazel, of Dana. The dinner was given in observance of the birthdays of Mrs. Cox. Mr. Frist and Mra. Saxton. IH KCO PRTV HKMI Six tables of bunco were played at tbe regular American Legion Auxiliary bunco party, which was held at the Legion home. South Third atreet. Prizes for the evening were awarded to Mrs. Bert Lambert, high: Mrs. Aim Rohner, bunco: Mrs. Cole Curry, low. and Mrs. Leland Reid. travel. Another party wiH e teld next Tuesday evening at 4:20 o'clock at the Legion home. ttolilea Mar Club Meets Eight members of the Golden Star club met last night at the home of Mrs. Roy Butts Cromptoo Hill for their regular huaineae meeting. After a slion business session lotto furnished the entertainment meeiuiB ui HoO - ' bld .t aiM " th" "a11 in Blackman street. Plans were made for a roll call meeting to be held next Tuesday night All Pythian Sisters are asked to attend. Af'r tbe bupinesc tt-msion staff and officers practice wat held. Joe Hayalett. father of 1 c. Haysiett. who has been ill in Pine-ville. Ky.. for several weeks, is greatly Improved. He is expected tu return to Clinton next week. : CATCHING COLD? At the first warning sn quick g few drops op esrh nostril Its timely use helps prevent many colds. VicksVatrohol CUUin04 Qifi! RYTEX LAID MINTED STATIONERY Exquisite is the only word for this smart laid paper with the attractive new letterirur styles. 50 SHEETS 50 ENVELOPES Including printing . . . writh Blue, Brown or Red Ink. Double Sheets or Flat Sheets in Blue, Grey, White or Tan Paper. rU YloU SUeU! Clever and gay . . . same colors . . . Paper and Ink. 69 neets and M Envelopes $1. Daily Clintonian n n Painting Plastering f Redecorating Cement Work f1 Garage Hardwood Floor Termite Control Delts' Dance to November 25 Annua) IMm of HororHjr Be HcM at Dreamland Hall: I-eo latter to FarnMl MukIc limine I'l business meeting of Delta Them Tau snrortty held laat nleht ai the B- P. W. elubrooms. South Main Mrwt. plana were discussed for 'lielr annual Thanlir.lv-In dance. Wednesday. Nor. 25. if the data wt for the dance, which la to be held at Dreamland hall. North Ninth trt- The music for the evening wUl he furnished by Leo Baxter and bla orcheatra of Terre Haute. . ' Miaa Talifli Lahtt ia general chairman of the dance. According to a check-up en ticket already old dancera of the city are rapidly responding. Table reservations may be made by getting In touch with Mica Either Bobner. Mrs. Carvel Vaughn Entertains Alumnae Delia Thrta Taa alumnae held it business meeting at the home of Mra. Carvel Vaughn of Universal yesterday cftepioon. Eight members attend' d. ' During the business session plans were dincufwd to hold a, Christmas party Decei iber 22 at the home of Mrs. Dow Mitchell, South Seventh street. Bridge was played a two tables with the .prize of the afternoon awarded to Mrs. Charles Brown. Members attending were Mes-dames Lauience Jackson. Tom Griffiths. Dayton Wheat and Mrs. Les Runyan ard Mrs. Leo Harrison, both of Terre Haute. Mrs.' A. D. Spears Gives Book Review at Meeting A book, review, 'Seron league Boots" by Richard Haliburton. wa well given 1 y Mra. A. D. Spears at a meeting fj' the Fortnightly club. which wac 1 -!! at Die borne of Mias Margaret ' ;"av)je'orrb Fourth street last light During "t ie husineas session the club decid' 1 to hold Christinas party at ti e home of Miss Agnes McCinty on Sut BaMl) street. De cember 15. t 1 . r t ' CLUB P.OLDS LUNCHEON The Tuesday Luncheon Bridge club held a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of 5 is Callie McMechen of Mulberry ftreet yesterday. Immediately foil' wing, bridge was played at two tab! n with high score prise awarded to Mrs. H. M. Caldwell and low. Mra. Myrtle Bonner. Mrs. Caldwell will entertain the club at its next meeting in two weeks. Mrs. Rot'; 6haffer of Charleston 0U.. returned to her home today after visiti- g the past four weeks at the bom'' of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Thomas of south of the city. Mrs. Governor Cunningham oi Oary, who has been visiting at the homes of relatives and friends in Clinton and Terre Haute, has returned to her home. Her mother. Mrs. Morgan of Terr Haute, is r-ported to be very ill at her home. Mary Frpnres Dwyer of Brazil ha' returned to her home after visltin-several days at th home of Rase tnary Snyder of South Fifth s'reet. D VISIT THE inTEBnnTionni HUE STDUI EKPCSITIOEI caiEnso G950 q2 RsBod Trip Tickets, noodisi iSale JNov. 28-29. Kussl return lsaut, SDays. f ,w udttu, Sc, enU C&E1 Tidu Ago. f .ieswfMO. ll MEETING FRIDAY Mrs. John Fravel Entertain j All Day Session to Be Held Next Month DANA. Nov IV- Mrs John Fiat: e entertained the Stitch and Chat" Club at her home on Friday site noon Kight members and toe fol lowing sue'i - - V"--" M(k Fdna White. Miss lila I'rt-hett Mra. H. H- Maya. Mrs John Collier. dersop. Bunco was played at f"ur tables awarded to Jlrs John Ted Henderson. ijni" Collier. Mrs OM-ar Church. Mrs. i'larence H and Mrs Jamef Haxion The next sesxion will be I)f ( . 11 with Mrf. R H Kersey, an all dav meeting. A lovely plate lull' h Served. John Franel spent seveisl dai ir Southern Indiana with his father who is ill. The Women Home Missionary -cietv met at the home of Mrs Ward Io on Friday. At noon a covered dish dinner was served Rev. f. . Rudy gave the devotional and Mrs Ham Bales gai'e the lemon. S'xteeri members and guests were present i Two comforts were laded Mrs. Ruth Sachs ard sua Bafjby i of India na?ol:, Mrs. Clarence Coop-, er. Mrs Paul M alone. Mr and Mrs , Sam Malone. all of Terre Haute, and j Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Malone of; Clinton attended the funeral of w m 1 Kurt Malone. 1 o-month-old fou or Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maioue Jr Mr. and Mrs. Harvey of Tsngier spent the wnekend with the latter's mother. Mrs. Finn, and Mr and Mrs Clyde Howard Rev. Dallas Wren, pastor of the Baptist Church, wife and daualiter left for Colorado Sunday ciirht. where he will assist his on. yhn is a minister, with a special revival meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Inline of Danville. Jii.. spent Sunday with the latter's mother. Mrs. Cords Bailey. Miss Mary Helt of CrawfordwiJle spent the weekend with her parenrs Mrs. Edith Sturm of Indianapolis also was a guest at tbe Helt home over the weekend. Mr aud Mrs. Georee Lewis entertained the latter's sister from Decatur over tbe weekend. Mrs Eliza rjitbert of rhrlsman. HI., is visiting her sister. Mi's. Harry Maloue Sr.. this week. C. "W. McReynolds is moving from 'lie former Herbert Scott itroperty to the Roscoe Coliklin prope-tv. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Colillill and family from Quaker have mo-ved" into the E- K. KuSSell property. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miller and Mrs. Edna Barnliart and Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller visited with relatives near Marshall on Surttit. A few friends suriirised V "s Olin Aikman on Friday night In hraiw of her birthday, which fell on M'T-iv Mrs. riscar Chui-'li and 'iiiurtitef Lorraine and I-na f.enrudc Smith spent Saturday in Terre Hart. At Doughty' Beauty, Quality and Value Beyond Comparison See the new SOUTH BENO DELUXE, new beauty, new convenience, and exclusive new porcelain finishes that will blend in with any kitchen color scheme! Picture this grand range m vour kitchen, the zest it will add to every task, the added perfection and taatines of your cooking, and do not forget the savings in your fuel bill ! A. J. Doughty I- uniilure, h.mjt overinse Kadios lui PlKHe- .-Mil I M.i.'i !,'J SOCIAL CALENDAR Wednesday TOI1AV Parke-Vermllllon Medical society to meet at the Vermillion county hospital at 7 p. m. Ceorge C. Gar-ceau. M. D . to be principal speaker. WPA recreation council to meet at 7 m. at the WPA office In South Main street. Good Time Bridge dub to meet at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Tony Ave In South Fourth street. Job' Daughters Council will meet at the ball on South Main street, 1 p. m. Trf Kappa sorority will hold regular meeting at the home of Miss Gertrude Ewing. Mulberry street. p. m. Plsns for Cie dinner have been changed, therefore the regular business session will be held. Thursday Cirl Scout Troop 2 of Hill Crest Community Center will hold an in vestiture meeting at Hill Crest. p. m. At that time naage awards will be made. Each girl is asked to bring a guest. ! Presbyterian Missionary Society will meet at the home of Mrs. H. C. Chapin,-Mulberry Street. 2:80 p. , Indies Bible class of the Chris tian church will meet at the home of Mra. Elmer Hixon. Elm atreet, t:M p. m. Choir of the Christian Church ' will meet at the church. 7:39 p. m Yeunx Women's Sodality, Group B. of the Sacred Heart Church will meet at tbe home of Mrs. Charles Colomho. South Twelfth street. Miss Mary Fenoglio will be the hostess. Philathea Class of the Baptist Church will meet at tbe church at 1 p. m. American Legion Auxiliary will meet at tbe Legion home. South Third street. 8 p. m. Job'. Dauerhters to bold practice at tbe hall on South Main street. 7 p. tu. Friday Current Event and Art Club will meet at the bom of Mra, L'na Lap-worth of fSbepardsville. 2:S m- Happy Hour Club wilt meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Fletcher, Elm street, 2 p. m. Loyal Hearts Class of the Christian Church will meet at the bom of Mrs. A. A. Hess, 431 Elm street. 7:30 p. m Bridge Club Meets Mr. and MrsHubert Ablemeyer if South Fourth street wete hosts (or tbe meeting of their bridge cluh at tbelr home laat night. Bridge was played at two tablea with Mr. Ablemeyer receiving high score prize and Mrs. G. H. Stevenson, second high. The club will hold a dinner at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Paul B. Casebeer. South Fourth street, next Tuesaay at :8tt p. m. who attended tbe funeral recently of Mrs. Mary Jane Eastwood Tlart were Hubert Longstaff. Mrs Elijah Bemley. Mrs. Jess Bushop. Mr. and Mrs Bert Bishop ajnd son. Billy. Miss Margaret Beutley. Miss Ethel Beutley. Elijah Bentley and Mra. Robert Payion. all of Columbus and Scbwauee. Ohio. Miss Ethel Bentley remained for au indefinite visit. EASY KOVJ TO COHRECT BHD BREATH No need to offend others Listerine, quick deodorant, sweetens breath Now there at no excuae lor offending others with halitosis (bad breath). Tbe quick, easy treatment to counteract thai condition ia listerine. Simply rinsing tbe mouth with it makes the breath cleaner, sweeter, more wholesome. Moat ease of bad breath, says m dental authority, are caused by fermentation of tiny food particles the tooth brush has ladled to remove. When Lkrterine is used to rinse the mouth, it baits fermentation and over-comes the odors it causes. Smart men and women realize that it is easy to offend others and take the pleasant Listerine precaution agaiast bad breath. Lambert Pharmacal Company, St. Louie, Mo. Don't offend others Check halitosis with LISTERINE street entertained the members ofof the evening with prizes aara..o her hridge club yesterday afternoon j 'o Mis James Fox. Mrs. Elirabetb I at her home j James aud Mrs. Norval Bynum. 1 Three tables of bridge were! plaved with Mrs. Charles Walker re- PYTHL4 V WKTKK MKCT ....,. 1,1.1, ,! Mr Ps.nl -.-K.. ..... Mr," Pl Skid - more, guest. The next meetine will be held In iwo weeks, the place to be announced at a later date. T KIHISHOK fcALK The women of tbe Deiley Chapel church are aponnoring a food sale at Swtnehart's store on South Main street beginning t 10 a. m. Saturday. Nov. 21. - , FREE INFORMATION OF THE Federal Home Modernization Plan The Daily Clintonian hat available, in simple readable form, the important fact, concerning the plan ' the Federal Housing Administration to prov.de fund. repaSng and modernizing home.. There U nothing complicated about the plan, to far a the home owner s concerned. ' To any reader who fill, out and mauls the coupon below The Daily Clintonian will aend, free of charge, complete detail on who may apply for a loan, where to apply and all other necessary information. Please print or write plainly. Please send me the pamphlet explaining the home modernization plan. have rooms in my horoj. I ,ra interested in the type of home improvement checked below: pn g1 n PeD ; ru ia L!j Lr o Make the Highways SAFE You Can Do Your Part by Having Your Car Checked for Alignment f 1 Roofing 1 Plumbing n Electrical Work Additional Room n Heating I Brick Work Landscaping and Grading TODAY! Frame and Axles Straightened Cold and Lined Up With Precision Gauges. No Gas Work- Or Here write nn otber tpe of project. Name Addrew Address your letter to: Home Modernization Editor, The Daily Clintonian, Clintonian Building, Clinton, Indiana. lie's bod? Shop EEJ1D Cbicaf sad Eastern Clinoit Katea) Phone 9

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