The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 20, 1936 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, November 20, 1936
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Page Three" The Daily Gintonian, Clinton, Indiana Friday, November 20, 1936 III., und Fihts for Life and son, Richard, of Danville, were Wednesduy guests of Mr Mrs. Harry Smith. CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES HOSPITAL NEWS SOCIAL CALENDAR Bride-Elects Were Honored Last Night Mrs. Charles Meyer, who has been ii patient ai the Vermillion County himliiial. iis removed to ln-r lioii on Suiiih H'iMi st i i She U get- I lillg HlOlli MlliMlll toiilv. Mrs. Alia l oltlell ot Kairvlcw. who has been a t;itieiit :il the KoIm"" Long IiofiIihI In 1 1 1 'I i 1 1 m I j 1 1 h . was ri moved lo her home vih1 nl.ty She in uctiinjj o loim H.iiisfa' lorlly. Friday TOVHiHT Loyal Hearts Clans of th Christian Church will meet at the home of Mrs. A. A. Hess, 431 Kim street. 7:110 p. m. y -m: - 4-s . "k w i I Saturday Primary depart nient of the church will hold a Thanksgiving party In the basement of the church, 2 P- m. Each member is Letter Carriers, Auxiliary Have Dinner Last Night Members of the Rural Letter Carriers and Auxiliary held a 6 o'clock dinner last nlitht at the home o( Mr. and Mrs. William M. Drown, Klin street. Following the dinner each itrnup held a short business session, which was followed by several vocal selections toy Volundo Contrl and Utile Barbara Ray. Contests were played with prices awarded to Mrs. Harry Ray and Mrs. Bob Bar bee. (1 nests of the meeting were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Antrim and children, Bobby and Carol Lee and Mrs. Mime Banders, all of Paris; Mr. and Mrs. Moffett and Mrs. O. Bean and son, Joo, all of Roekvllle. Members present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little of HillsdaJe, Mrs. Clarence Church, Mr. and Mrs. Terrance Pritchard and daughters, Agnes Mae, Margaret Ann and Rosemary, all of Dana; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bar-bee, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ray and daughter, Barbara, Mrs. Janet Scott, Miss Viola Crume, Mrs. Helen M. Krekier and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vastbinder, A nilsi-ollsueoui shower was given ill honor of Miss Margaret Hall, who is to become the bride "f William Hpeiire. and Miss .Muriel Montgomery who l to become I lie bride of Hale pugh. al a double wedding ftiui-diiy by Miss Solly Mcl.elsh lit her home on Houlh Seventh street lust night Miss McLeish was assisted liy Mrs. Klchsrd Reed. The bride-elects received a number of lovely glfls. A aorlul evening was enjoyed and refreshments were served. 1 Clients were Mesdnmes Oran lined, Klmo Pastorlus. Claude L. Vlettl, Charles Shannon. I)ule Jared, Mar-jorie Harwood and son. Billle. Dick Jenkins. S. L. Christian. Clitford Montgomery, Samuel Ball and the Misses Mary Smith, Thelma James. Christina Scullion. C.enevleve Jenkins, Wanda Johnson, Lucille Daugherty, Rose Helegda. Wanda Reed, Myrtle Irene Payne, and Mary. Elizabeth and Peggy MrLeish. 9mm Oeorge Ade One of the most famous of American humorists. George Ade. is critically ill at Miami Beach. Fla,, suffering from a hypostatic condition of the lures asked to bring a gift for the basket. Monday Wakofe Club will meet at. the home of Miss Taiml Luhti. North Eighth street, 7:.'I0 p. m. Monday Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. H. M. Caldwell. South Fifth street, 2:30 p. m. Bible Class Holds Meet At Home of Mrs. Hixon Mrs. Elmer iiixon of Klin, street was hostess for Ihe nieoliug r t lie Ladles Bible class of the Christian church at her home yesterday aMer-noon. She was assisted by Mrs. 1. L. Hayek and Mrs. 1). J. James. The devotional period was In charge of Mrs. Grace Roberts and the entertainment. Miss Lucy Marshall and Mrs. Pearl Sears. Contests furnished the entertainment with the recipients of the pri.i-s being Mrs. (Hive McCurdy and Mrs. Kll.a-belh Kills. During the business session plans were made for a Christmas imrly to he held at the home of Mrs. Nellie Foster on South Seventh street December 17 Assistant hostesses will be Mrs. Sears and Mrs. K. J. Hayes. Mrs. Guy Southard will be In charge of the devotional period and (lie entertainment, Mrs. A. A. Hexs and Mrs. Hixon. Members attending were Mes-dames Joe Moore, Hiatt, Artie Sturgeon. H. H. Wagner. William McMillan, Huxford, Janet Scott. Ed Cunningham, Dan Tate, Shell Turbeyville. Fred Clark. Glenn Rrldgeman. R. P. Shattuck. Ben Sims and S. N. Sellers of Indianapolis. Sodality Entertained By Miss Fenoglio Miss Mary Fenoglio entertained the members of the Young Women's Sodality at the home of Mrs. Charles Colomibo last evening. Three tables ot five hundred were played and prizes were awarded to Miss Elvira Forte, high; and Miss Adeline Valente, low. Guest prizes were awarded to Mrs. Joe Bonacor-sl. high; and Mrs. Tolwy Honarorsi, low. Refreshments were served. Other guests were Mrs. Frank Vlocatto, Mrs. John Aimone Jr.. Mrs. Angelo Aimone and Mrs. Louis fiambaianl. The next meeting of the club which will be a Phrlstmn party when mystery pals will he revealed, will be held at the home of .Hks Forte in North Ninth street. Society Meets at Home Or Mrs. H. C. Chapin The furnishing society of the Presbyterian church held its regular mnpilm at the home of Mrs. H. C. FAIRVIEW PARK CORRESPONDENCE Entertains Friends With Card Party 'Winston Holvey Weds Laura Turbeyville Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Carlln enter The next meeting will be held at ing uiui uiwiiug win uo unu i t alned last nignv wuu uhb the home of Mr. and Mrs. .Wright ucnre party at their home west of nn txlntlrmiin ctfAAt fha third Mnn- .. on Blackman street the third a surprise to their and relatives Is the Coming as many friends Monday in March, ' , u'SsSt A pot luck supper was served buffet style to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pick your style from any December magazine . . . Do you know where most men get their ideas about clothes? Outside of a clothing store. t the movies, in magazines . . they get their eye on a certain style, .like it. .want it. for example. . th;s week we're showing suits and overcoats (hat will be news in the December periodicals. r- . V7 Van Duyn. Mr. and Mrs. l-reo rormer Clinton Woman v,e!l! Mr and Mrt. charies ciuder. Mr. and MrB. Harry Newland, Mr. Married in Arizona and Mrs. Wright Van Duyn and son, Robert Cargat" Sr. Returns After Attending Sister' Funeral in Illinois Sunday FAIRVIF.W. Nov. 20. Robert Cargal Sr. returned home Wednesday after being called to West Frankfort, III., by the death of his sister. Mrs. Gnhel Stokes. Funeral services were held Sunday at West Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. Iter! Short. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murray and Mrs. Ales Faulds were in Terre Haute Friday. Mrs. I.eon Short was operated Friday for appendicitis at the Union hospital She is gelling along satisfactorily. Francis Wallace of Clinton spent Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wallace. Mrs. Ida F.iler spent Wednesday with her mother. Mrs. Olive New-kirk of south of Clinton. Mrs. Ncwkirk is confined to her home with illness. (r Mn Xewkirk spent the Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Dunkley, Mr. and Mrs. Minter Foncannon, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Crawford and announcement of the marriage or Miss Laura Mae Turbeyville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shell Turbeyville. and Winston Holvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Holvey, both of Falrview. The marriage took place at Wads-worth, Ohio, on Saturday. Nov. 14. Mrs. Holvey is well known In Clinton and Falrview having attended the local schools and has been active in "many social affairs. - The young couple will make their home at Wadsworth, where the groom Is employed. 9 Philathea Class Meets CUisitnas (fifi! RYTEX LAID PRINTED STATIONERY Exquisite is the only word for this smart laid paper with the attractive new lettering styles. 50 SHEETS 50 ENVELOPES daughter, Marilyn, Mrs. Katherlne Dunkley Seebren and daughter. Carol Ann, and Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Meyers. Following the supper 20 games oi a chance to stay as in style as we are. ives you ar ahead bingo and four tables of euchre were nlaved. Prizes in euchre were awarded to Eaton Meyers, high for Announcement is made of the marriage of Mrs. Effie Lee Cox of Baldwin Park, Cal., formerly of Clinton, to Ward Schillings, also of Baldwin Park. The marriage vows were read by an old friend of the family at 'Tama, Aril., on October 28, at 3 p. m. The single ring cere-money was performed. The bride wore a three piece tailored ensemble with harmonizing accessories of blaok and white. She carried an arm bouquet of sweetheart roses. Immediately following the ceremony the couple left on a short honeymoon trip ' in California and stopped for a short visit at Fontana. where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar White and family. Mrg. Sch'.llinR'-has been employed men: Mrs. Foncannon, high ipr ladies; Charles Ciuder, lone hands, and low to Mrs. Crawford. Twenty-three members of the Philathea class of the Baptist church held their regular business meeting weekend in Newport with her laughter. Mrs. M. H. Neal. Pauline Blacketer of Mecca Is Girl Scout Troop Holds Investiture Meeting Chapin of Mulberry street yesterday afternoon. The devotional pe- Suits and Topcoats From $17.50 to $35 Sweaters and Mackinaws , Rosenblatt's charge of Mrs. R. JM. in riod was Several members of Girl Scout Troon 3 of Hill Crest Community Center, their mothers and friends Including printing . . . with Blue, Brown or Red Ink. Doubla Sheets or Flat Sheets in Blue, Grey, ..WbiUor Tan. Fjer.;v t AU HoU SUceis Clever and gay . . . same colors . . . Paper and Ink. 50 Sheets and 60 Envelopes SI. Daily Clintonian at Baldwin Fark for the past three at uaiaw.n -ra .... " ""'V, (attended a meeting held last night years. Mr. Schilling is engaged Un t tjme Tarl0UB 'at Hill Crest. At that time various transfer business there. After De badges were awarded to tbo various members for work accomplished during the past year. Second class badges were awarded to Marguerite Marie Butts. Ruth 3 c Alice James. Agnes Renwick, Va leria Valente, Frieda La Verdax, ; last night at the church. Mrs. John Sweeney, president, presided at the meeting. The devotional period was in charge of Mrs. Frank Rinehart, and the entertainment, Mrs. Carl Halsey and Mrs. Peck. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Clemens, Mrs. John Russell and Mrs. Iva Thomas. Meedames Russell, R. W. Bishop. Blarteter, Sweeney and Mary Shirley received prizes tor contestK played during the evening. A Christmas party will be held 31 (he home of Mrs. Sweeney. South Fourth' street. December 17. At that time the revelation of mystery pals will be held. Mr. and Mrs. William McMillan of Seventh and Vine streets have moved to the property formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Kels-heimer of Walnut street. iMr. and Mrs. Kelsheimer have moved on South Fourth street to make their home. Mrs. John W. Carrico of Fairview is seriously 111 at her home. Her daughter. Mrs. Mac McCleary, of De Lillian Jones, Betty Wright, Esther Runnoe - and Lela Hungerford. spending a few weeks Willi ner grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe tllacketer. . - i Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nolan and family of Clinton were Tuesday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pennington. Mrs. Bert Jones and daughters of Spangler were Thursday guests of Mr., and Mrs. Clifford Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kelley of Hazel Bluff spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Cal Smith. Mrs. Joe Blacketer is confined to her home with illness. Mrs. Leonard Costellon and daughters of Indianapolis were weekend guests of. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Dunn and family. Mrs. Hannah Malone has returned home after spending the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Max McKee of Sullivan. Mrs. Chauncey Abe.rnathy spent Monday in Indianapolis. Mrs. Clarence Church of Dana spent Monday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Hannah Malone. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Malone of Clinton spent Sunday atternoon with Mrs. Hannah Malone. Mr. and Mrs. William Pickering Needlewoman and observer badges Stwalley. During the business session Mrs. I. D. White gave an interesting article on "Slam," and Miss Callie McMechen read a paper on "Southern Mountaineer." Plans were made to have a missionary to give a lecture at the church at 7 p. in. next Monday evening. Nov. 23. which will he open to the public. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. David Griffiths on South Fourth street Dec. 17. Mrs. Maude Vadakin of Bethany, 111.. Mrs. L. T. Gregory of Loving-ton, HI., and Mrs. L. H. Cheney of Monte Vesta, Colo., who were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Taber of Blackman street Wednesday, have returned to their homes. Other guests at the Taber home are Mrs. Robert Taber and sons. Jimmy and Paddy, of Riverside. Cal.. who plan to visit here several days. Mrs. Robert Taber is a daughter-in-law of J. C. Taber. Machineless Wave $3.95 The new Permanent Wave that is sweeping the countryside No electric heaters, No dangerous chemicals, No possible njury to ihe hair. j cember 1 they will make their home In a newly furnished apartment In the Schilling flats. BIRTHDAY PARTY HELD The sixth birthday anniversary of D. W. Trultt Jr. of South Fourth street was observed yesterday afternoon, when his mother gave a party In his honor for several friends. Contests furnished the entertainment of the afternoon with prizes awarded to Martha and Jane Pesa-vento and Junior Dicks. Refreshments were served following and favors were given to the guests. Attending were Joan Dicks, Jackie Elder, Teddie Sutton, Jackie Simpson, Gene Sutton, Paul Edward and Oene Ave, Rusty Wilson, Catherine Trultt, Archie McLeish and Clyde Winkler. I COUNCIL HOJjDS MEET Waukeena Council, 117, Degree of Pocahontas, held its regular busi were given to Ruth Alice James. Members receiving gold stars for perfect attendance were Dorothy Biblch. Lela Hungerford and Anna Mae Stringfellow. Silver stars for attendance were given to Patty Hen-nis and Esther Gunnoe. During the meeting nine members of the tenderfoot scouts were initiated into the troop. They were Betty Rosa. Margaret McLeish, Anna Date Headley, Patty McConnell. Madallne Carll, Dorthy Jean Tou-hey. Mary Catherine Ralston and Carmalla Garaffa. Co-Ed Beautj) Shop Mfike Your pMf)ltlllOflt Sow I Licensed Operators THELMA RICAUDA MINNIE WILLIAMSON Over White' Pharmacy 349 J South Main Street troit, is here for an indeftntte penoa to be with her mother. , BAKERS' THE ROOT STORE Save $40 on Brand New Everyone i buying new clothe to make the most of the social season now at hand . . -You'll need one of these new Frocks, of . . . Jacquard, Ganuer, Mat-elaue . . . with chiffon and net sleeves . . . Metallic, Sequin and Cire Trim . . . Color are Black, Brown, Green, Raspberry and Blue . . . $3.95-$4.95-$6.95 $8.95 G. E. RADIOS mMM Lucky Purchase Model 67 inn inn i ni .95 $39 Special For Your THANKSGIVING Food Fit For a King I HiGAit 4Qr bK JKI.L-O Cp All flavors. pk-K UKAHAM CRACKERS 4Q 2-pound box . ( REAM CHEEWE . 2 1 C Per pound . . . ; BLTTEII ' HA C Country roll, lb PEACHES Farmer's 9C. Phridr, 2 So. 21 cans. --MILK. Pet 29r 4 tall cans Big Meat Values I'OHK KOAST 20r KoHtoii Itutts, lb s&W. VEAL BOl' X D STEAK 23 Per pound! afcwU aUY BEEF KOAST 2CP ii pound POKK CHOPS 20r Per pound PI RE LARD 25r 2 pound a TONY SCAGG1ARI 1245 N. 9th St Phone 102-J Reg. $79.95 ness meeting last night at the hall j on South .Main street. Forty-two members were present. Following the business session ' eight tables of bunco were in play j with high score prize awarded to ! Mrs. Christina Graham; Mrs. Tresa Lauione. second high, and Mrs. Dave Edwards, bunco. The organisation will sponsor their public bingo and bunco party at the hall Saturday evening. . ' Miss Lael Steffy of the Clinton-, Terre Haute road, who has been employed at the Turkey Run .tat park for the past four years, has securod employment at Chicago. She is now working In a Spanisn dining room located In the Dental and Medical Arts building. Miss Pauline Peer of Peoria Is visiting several days at the home of relatives and friends in Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. David Lawson of South Sixth street had as their dinner guests yesterday Mrs. Leon Woody and Mrs. Frank Carrey, both of Crawfordsvllle. , Leslie Bonomo and daughter, Mary, and'Carl Bonomo of Dillon-date ,0., are visiting at the home of their brother, Joe Bonomo. of Syndicate. Miss Virginia Blanford of Vine street is visiting at the home of her brother, Albert Blanford, of Paris. mm ' ,4wffi:jlLi Limited Supply! No Trade-ins! Home Trial! of fortune tor homes that se-k a yl A1J1V radio al HATS New matt shape trimmed in Velvet, Metallic, Flower, Feather and Fur. 99c -1 99 $2.99 I .m WW . 1 saving .... ...,H rlu .Six n..-tal tubes. . .slidin riiw iuium KICA rec-rtion. . .Kurope (uiurantHcd . . .automatic volume control clear-toned reception of yuur favorite pronrams. (3.- Aoljr- '"'"-tsi J iomoi row. Small Payment Deliver Terms as Low as $1 .00 Week 319 South Main St. Clinton, Ind. BAGS and GLOVES to match any costume 59c $1.00 $1.99 $2.99 I

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