The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 19, 1936 · Page 3
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, November 19, 1936
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The Daily ClintonUn. CTnten. Indiana Thursday, November 19, 1936 When vou see the new HOSPITAL NEWS end with Mr. Montgomery ui Mil Tiny Custody Pawn CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES 's'tvlio' lias been a VerniilMoii County nil weeks. nuiler-perut inn yesterday. ' Kennel h Mey patient at the liospiial for se went a major KYTEX CHRISTMAS CARDS you will marvel at their smart designs and fine paper and large French Fold size. ..and also at their extremely low price. . .!r for 1.00, including your Name on the' ards and fill envelopes to match. The lially Cllntonlan. Mrs. Louis Rolando Honored With Party SOCIAL CALENDAR lie Is gellllli; iiliins satisfactorily. Mrs. Mary Siiili of South Main st reel was adlllltlcd tn Hie Holier'. Long hospital at linlliiiinpolls today. She Is to uiid'tgu u nasal opcrutlo.i there tomorrow nniintuu. Tri Kappas Make Plans For Annual Dance December 28 Mrs. Thomas 'Granger of Universal entertained with a birthday party In honor of her sister, Mrs. Louis Rolando, at her home Tues- dav evening. Bunco furnished the entertainment of the evening with high srorn prlte awarded, to Mrs. Frank Vanzo; Otis Spurr. fcunco. and Robert John Christmas Inst Isn't ('III 1st mas without RVTKX PERSONAL 1'IIUIS.TMAS ( AllllS . . mid h"ie ire the new samples . . . gay. colorful and smart lnnkiiill . . . anil lint price, us of old . .'.'I lor f I . lichiiliiik' oin Nam Ihe carils i nil 5(1 Einelopes to match. Make vimr selection early al The Dally ClititoniHll. son low. Immediately following re Thursday TOMUHT MnlhodlHt Church Choir In meet promptly at 0:46 p. m. at the church. Waiikeeiiu council will meet at the hall on South'. Main street, 7i IiO p. in. (ilrl Scout Troop :i of Hill Crest Community Center will hold an Investiture meeting at Hill Crest, 7 p. m. At that time badge awards will be made. Each girl is asked to bring a guest. Choir of the Christian Church-will meet at the church, 7:30 p. m. Young Women's Sodality, Group H, of the Racred Heart Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Charles Colombo, South Twelfth street. Miss Mary Fenogllo will be the hostess. Phllathea Class of the Baptist Church will meet at the church at 7 p. m. American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion home, South Third street. 8 p. m. . Job's Daughters to hold practice at the hall on South Main street, 7 p: in. ' ford, III. .Mr. anil Mrs. Karl Bradley arid daughter Phyllis Ann were Sunday dinner guesis or Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morgan. Eileen Spurgeoii spent Sunday with Mrs. Ethel MiKeonn and children. .Mr. h ml Mrs. Reece Johns and children spent Sunday with Mr. and .Mrs, (ins SiPiiKCun. Mr. u ml Mrs. Cecil Gaines and daughter Nancy and carol and .Mli Marie Gaines nt Indianapolis "p'll the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Sum net GhIiics. Miss Maude Hays of IVl'e Haul spellt Ille weekend Willi Mr. II III Mrs Joe Itoole. Mr. ami Mrs. Kred and Mr. and Mrs. George Mathas spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marion Madias at Charleston, 111. Revival services which have liei-i in session (he past two week at lie Methodist church closed Sniiila night. Mr. and Mrs. John I'arlnn. wii have spent the siiniuier hen: - li Mr. Parton was employed at the Booster station, returned to their home at fireensburg, Jan.. Sunday evening. '"'iWV Mrs. Anna Wittenmyer and son visiied Mrs. Otto Gill Monday. The Economics club met a Triple Elm cottage Tuesday after noon. Montezuma firemen are plaliuili to hold a shooting match at the par' November 22. The Ladies Aid sci'-iely of th' Methodist church will hold their annual Thanksgiving supper at th( church Tuesday. Nov. t. Mrs. Frank Garard will entertain the members of the Women's club at her home at West Union Wednesda tfternoon. : To Hlil 1iHkUiUM Dinner Hi Home of Mrs. John (illmour on Drraiibpr 2 -t MIhh Oertiuilo Ewlnn of Mulberry street entert lined Ins moniteri of Trl Kanps sorority at bni- home Inst evening. DurliiK the business session plans were discuss, d for a Christmas dinner lo be hrid at lbs home of Mm. John Gllmoiu' December 2. Dana for ilielr annual nhiiMmaa dance, which will be held December 28, were discussed at last night's meeting. Surprise Party Given For Mrs. John Hamil Mrs. John Hamil of Universal, worthy matr:n of the Kastern Stars, was pleasanly surprised recently when severai members and officers of the East' rn Star lodge or New Goshen gath. red at her home. A social time was enjoyed and refreshment were served at the close of the party. , Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stacey. Mr. and Mrs. Andrewr La I orse. Mr. and Mrs. Alei t'mmel and ' hildren, Ruth Ann and Floyd. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carver. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Middleton of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Blair Boyce, Mr. and Mrp. Arthur Spurr, Gerald Spurr, Mrs. Edward Hardie. Mrs. Charles Spurr Jr.. and daughter, Betty Alice rnd Mrs. William Meis-mer. Mrs. Hamil was presented with several nice and useful gifts. itKirx;K. ru n meetk .rAM MAlO , '' MT.miIM HOLEPROOF Friday Rnth Cowan (above), 8-year-old British subject, is the pawn in a pending Los Angeles custody battle. Her aunt and ancle took Rnth to California after death' of her mother. Now her father wants her back on bia Saskatchewan, Canada, ranch. None smarter . . . that goes for the O'coats . . the men who buy them . . . and the ladies who accompany them. Sec them at the games. . .the Rosenblatt Topcoats going thru' gates with Clinton girls and you'll see Clinton men in as fine company as any men in the world. And you'll be a far smarter nan the dy you buy your Rosenblatt coat than on the dav you simply admire one on someone else. Here is youth ... gayety .. . reedom from worry or weather and that goes whether you ire paying our lowest or our Ivtjhest figure! Lots of patterns so that you have as large a choice of fabrics as you do of feminine -ompanions. Club Topcoats from $1750to $3500 Rosenblatt's freshments were served. Those attanding were Mesdamcj Leo Martin. ,Wllllam Branti, OBCar Waltlgny. .Anna BlanchettD, Lucy Massa. Peta Gugllelmettl, Antonia Turchl. Louise' Muratori and son, Richard, Joe Vanzo, Tony Bozzonl and daughter, , Alice, Elizabeth Troskey and daughter. Victoria. Ernest Sciacerlo, Monty Turchl, James Reece. Mary Petradotto and son, Pete, Ivan Brann, Alex Suchta. Joe Granger and son. Jackie. Al Cook and Herman Waltigny. The tionor guest received many nice gifts. Mrs. A. Carmichael Hostess for Club Meet - Bridge was plaj-ed at four tables at a meeting of tt e Idle Wile Club held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Archie Carmichael, South Sixth street; Cuests of the club were Mrs. Paul Skidmore, Mrs. B. C. Huffman and' Mrs. Byron Anderson. . Prizes of the atternon were awarded to Mrs. Louis Lemstra, high, and Mrs. Guy Southard, travel. Mrs. Will Berry of South Third street will entertain the club in two weeks at her home. Mrs. Tom Harrison of the Center neighborhood spent yesterday with her sister, Mrs. Sbell Luce, of south Sixth street. Mrs. Luce, who was recently injured by a car, is improving. Mrs. William Morey of South Fifth street;- who has been confined to her home with illness for the past few months, remains in the same condition. Mrs. Morey is confined to her bed. OYSTER KIT PER ENJOYED Mir. Howard Clover of west of the city entertained with an oyster supper at hef home last night In honor of the birthday anniversary of her husband. Wakofe Club will meet at-the home of .Miss Taiml Lahti, North Eighth street. 7:30 p. m. Monday Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. H. M. Caldwell. South Fifth street, 2:30 p. in. . Current Event and Art Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Una Lap-worth of Shepards-vllle, 2:30 p. m. Happy Hour Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Fletcher. Elm street, 2 p. m. Loyal Hearts Class of the Christian Church will meet at the home MONTEZUMAN IS What thecolIfl-al tarhed shirt did for men's comfort and ron-Tenienoe,P4CERd8 with socks and garters. It's a regular length sock, with perfect-fitting, trash-able garter already attached. Quick . . . CLEAN . . . thoroughly testedand proved. Miown in patterns and clocks inspired by Esquire and solid colors. Quality certified by Better Fab Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Waters and Mrs. Verts. Van Horn, all of Chicago, are expected to arrive here Saturday to spend the weekend with relatives and friends. HITBYBULLET Identity of Person Who Injured of Mrs. A. A. Hess, 431 Elm street. 7:30 p. m. The Good Time Bridge club held rics Testing Bureau. Try I AI.KIt, Artist Vibbert Unknown; Wound Is Slight MONTEZUMA, Nov. 19. A bullet Calling a Halt "Power is like an artist's brush," said Hi Ho, the sage of Chinatown. "It needs genius to keep it from adding to history's already abun dant display of unpleasant pic tures " and you'U never 55 go back to separate garters'. Lodges struck Artist Vibbert in the right foot while he was walking along the road near the gravel pit east of town Saturday. In company with his brother Clyde and Ray Griffin, he v-7 vermiuiuu uu.v., - will hold a called meeting tonight at 7 o'clock at the Masonic hall on South Main Btreet. Work will be given in the Past Master degree. . had gone to the pit to take his fath Mothers ! In treating children's colds, don't take lISMfC chances . . use If W VapoRub Rosenblatt's Its regular n eeting at the home of Mrs. Tony Ave on South Fourth street last nisht. -Mrs. Fred Miller, a new member, was Initiated Into the club. ' . Bridge was played at two tiblea with prizes r.f the evening awarded to Mrs. Homer Ingram, high: Mrs. Frank Kami'i, low, arid Mrs. Martin Lanzone, travel. Mrs. Lanzone of South Fourth street will entertain the club In two weeks. v ,.. . . . ,. , - : f .-..' -.-r"''. Miss Hazel Haase, chief operatoT at the local Indiana Bell Telephone Company, iB in Indianapolis today attending a meeting at the Indiana er's dinner. His comrades bound Vibbert's wound and carried him to hiB home, where he is' recovering so quickly he already is able to walk on the iujured foot. ... .. .y No hunters were in sight at the scene of the accident, and it has not been ascertained who fired the shot. Ladies Aid in All Day Meeting Wednesday Annroximately AS members and Directs the Heat Vnooto of the Ladles Aid of the Trin Wherever You "Want It ity church attended an all day meeting held yesterday at the home of Mrs. Una Lapworth of Shepards-iville. j At noon a pot luck dinner was eerved. followed by a short business session. The remainder of the aft Guests attending were Mr. ana Mrs. Joe Ralston and sons. Frank and Joe Max. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hess. MiBS Marjorie and Robert Tompkins and Clyde Coburn. . Meeting Postponed The meeting of the W. W Ci. fiivls of the Baptist church, whlrh waB to have been held tonigh'. has been postponed until Monday of next week. Mr. and Mrs. H. n. Phillips spent a few days last week with friends at Indianapolis. , Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Williams and children Robert and Dorothy of West I'nicn spent Saturday with Mrs. Emma Williams and son James. Mrs. ine Kent left Friday for Florida to seek ennploymeut. Mrs. H. C. Montgomery and daughter Doris Jean spent the week- ernoon was Bpent in making a comfort top. Bell buildine. This evening she will attend a pioneers banquet. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Talbott of Blaikman street and grandson. Jack Briggs, are attending a meeting of the Indiana Bell Telephone company at Indianapolis today. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Davis of South Main street are visiting friends in Detroit this week. Mr. Davis, an employee of t!ie postoffice, is on his vacation at this time. Mrs. JeBsie Goanell of Fairview is spending today at Evansville with Mrs. Anna Larr Slater. The next meeting will be held December 3 at the home of Mrs. Robert Wood of near New Goshen. ' Mrs. Frank Nagle is recuperating nicely at her home on South Third street following a major operation she underwent at the Vermillion county hospital about tout weeks ago. She is now able to be up. ; ', tB Photo of Mrs. Simpson in 1928 W' ... 1 - FREE INFORMATION OF THE Federal Home Modernization Plan The Daily Clintonian has available, in simple, readable form, the important facts concerning the plan of the Federal Housing Administration to provide fitads for repairing and modernizing homes. There u nothing complicated about the plan, so far as the home owner is concerned. To any reader who fills out and mails the coupon below. The Daily Clintonian will send, free of charge, complete details on who may apply for a loan, where to ap-ply and all other necessary information. Please print or write plainly. Please send me the pamphlet explaining the home modernization plan- I have rooms in my home. I am interested in the type of home improvement OnlvAlLEN S New Parlor Furnace has this amazing Comfort Feature- Now with everything else in it you csn desire you can have a splendid new living-room heating plant with an entirely new convenience s Heat Director, at last enabling you to direct the heat when, and where, it is needed. You can send it down to the floor, out into the room, into the corners, over to the window, anywhere you need extra warmth. This patented new feature, found only in the Allen, consists of four shutters on either side of the cabinet. One easy motion turns them up or down to any angle. Gives heat control you never had before. With its front doors open, the Allen has the ruddy' glow of the oldtime fireside. Floods the home with warm humidified air. Burns any fuel. And due to the Allen heat radiating fins, hot blast down draft and other Allen perfections, it saves fuel gives you one-third more heating capacity than the ordinary circulator of comparative size. i SPECIAL' , COMPLETE BED OUTFIT Painting 1 Plastering f Redecorating 1 1 ; f'" ;?:fc. t- w - I .r I : - : s ' .' tl ':' ... -,- " . , . : . - a-. fc. Ihwawawartte'fwgag """" checked below t Roofing Plumbing M Electrical Work Additional Rooms Heating Brick Work j Landscaping and Grading H Cement Work Garage Hardwood Floors n Termite Control $18.90 SCOOP! 9x12 FELT BASE RUGS $4.95 PRINTED LINOLEUM 90 c & Ai ni'itroiie' m:-4 0 sprint:, walnut filiihcl. ultra -lir iiicihI bed, Ixaulillll 4"-ll. rottou iiutf ttcv INr Week SI l'er Week Or 7 Here write any oilier type of project. Name Address Address your letter to: Home Modernization Editor, The Daily Clintonian, Clintonian Building, Clinton, Indiana. A. J. DOUGHTY FURNITURE PHILCO RADIOS FLOOR COVERINGS Mrs. W kills SlmpaoB "Quality First, Pnces Always Lowest 234-38 Elm Street Phone 361 When this studio portrait was made In California to 1928 at Mrs. Wallia Warfleld Simpson, now the subject of much speculation because of her friendship witJi King Edward VIIL she was .the wile of Commander E. Winneid Spencer of the United States navy. 1 I

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