The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 21, 1936 · Page 3
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

Clinton, Indiana
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Saturday, November 21, 1936
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The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page 3 Saturday, November 21, 1936 CHURCH NEWS Quizzed in Mystery FAIRVIEW METHODIST CHI'IUH CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES COLUMBIA SUNDAY and MONDAY 1 1 Harold It. HotchkisH, PaMor 9:45 a. m., Sunday school. 6:15 p. m. Epworth League. 7:00 p. m., evening worship. Theme for evening worship Clinton Women Attend SOCIAL CALENDAR Miss Grace Rheuby Hostess for Club Meet at Indianapolis "Who Is a Christian?" This service Is planned as a followup from the Among the Clinton women who Monday week of Local Preaching Mission attended a Pocahantas meeting at Indianapolis yesterday were Mrs. Wakofe Club will meet at the A meeting of unusual interest is Henry King. Mrs. Agnes Rae and planned and a cordial welcome Is ex tended. Mrs. Carl James. Mrs. Nina Lock home of Miss Tainii 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. m. wood of West Terre Haute also at tended the meeting. Mrs. King, who was elected to a state office recently, was pleasantly White Star Club will meet at the home of Mrs. John Gilmour, 7:30 p. m. isday Tue surprised when she was presented with a beautiful tablecloth and napkins. Club Plans To Hold , Christmas Dinner v Iv. ' f 1 AlDha Club will meet at the A two-courae chicken dinner was served by MIbs Grace Rheuby of Newport at her home Thursday for the members of the Delphian Chap ter and a fyw guests. The dinner was served at small tables, which were beautlmlly decorated with fall flowers. - Immediately following, a short business session In charge of Mrs. Grace C. D.ivi was held. At that time the club decided to contribute to the Red Cross fund. Roll call was responded to by the members giving a talk on their favorite book. The lesson on '.Modern France and the Career of Bonaparte" was well given by Mrs. L. P. Nelson; and a Thanksgiving story waB given bv Miss Bertha Sawyer. Guests of the meeting were Mes-dames Man' P. Aikman, Laura Reid. De Witt Corn, OtU Watson, Harold V. Jones and B. R. Nixon and Miss Ann Wilcox. I METHODIHT CHl'IU'H '. O. Pearce, PaMor Sunday, November 22, 193S. 9:30 a. m., revival services. Music by our chorus choir. Song service led by Walter A. Stewart. Subject of sermon "What Is Your Business?" 10:30 a. mi. Sunday school. Mrs. Gurney Foltz., superintendent. 6 p. m. Epworth League. Leader. Lucille Webster. Subject. "Where Do We Go from Here " 7 p. m. Revival Services Union Thanksgiving service at the Baptist church Wednesday night. Colored Two-reel Comedy SYBIL JASON In "CHANGING OF THE GUARD" Paramount Newsreel 10c and 15c home of Mrs. Earl Turner. South Fourth Street, 2 p. m. Delphians will meet at the home of Mrs. Gail Hennis. Seventh and Blackman streets, 8 p. m. Pythian Sisters to hold a meeting at the ball on Blackman street, 7:30 p. m. Business Women's Bridge Club ill meet at the clubrooms. South Main street, 8 p. m. There will be a beginner's table at tnis meeting Hostesses Miss Mary Charles. Miss Elizabeth Wilson. Miss C.lenna Miller and Mrs. Justina Rom. Lila Lee When Lila Lee, ex-film star, was summoned by authorities of Manhattan Beach, Cal., in connection with the mysterious death of Reid Russell, found dead on the estate of Novelist Gouverneur Morris, she denied any knowledge of Russell romantic affairs, now under investigation to determine if his death was auicide. During the business session nf the Happy Hour Club held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Paul Fletcher, Elm Street, plans were made for a Christmas dinner to be held December 15. The exact place will be announced at a later date. Guests of the club were Mrs. Paul Skidmore and Mrs. Welter Stasis. Bridge was played at two tables with high score prize awarded to Mrs. Raymond Gilfoy. high; Mrs. FIRST I'RESBVTKKMX HI R H H. C. (Iiapiii. MinKtfr LAST TIMES TONIGHT ZANE GREY'S '"DESERT GOLD" With Larry Buster Crab be COMEDY SHORT NEWSREEL ONLY 10c the afternoon with a special up'-ak er. No evening services. JameB Fisher, second high; Mrs. "We can feel the majesty of that which we cannot understand." 9:45 a. m.. Bible school. 10:45 a. m., morning worship. Next Sunday is nation-wide day of prayer for revival. Theme of message "Revitalizing the Church." 6:15 p. m. C. E. service. Topic "The Grace of Gratitude. Leader. Betty Bayer. Staats. guest high, and Mrs. Skid j more, travel. ' SUN. MON. TUE. Fox Movietone News Popeye in ' Hold That Wire" HILL ( TtKST (Hi.MI MTV ("F.XTER FlizabWli Plunder, Supt. ( This is "Anniversary Oay" ai Hill Crest. Tlie services throughout the day will he significant nf tiie 2S years the work has been in existence. We ulso join with other churches in the thought of "Thanks-, giving'' and earnest prayer .nr revival within the church. Sunday schonl at !i a. in. Music by the Children's Rhythm hand and solo by Mrs. George Merry besides other special features. j Morning churrh worship at 1 ' : n i The Rev. A. R. Brown nf Terre Haute will preach and a history of t HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Gus Kacir, who underwent, an .appendectomy at the Vermillion county hospital several weekB ago. was removed to her home in Black-man street this morning. Mrs. Mary Stlth of South Main Street, who underwent a major operation at the Robert Long Hospital. Indianapolis, this week, will be removed to her home tomorrow. Mrs. L. B. Silverman of South Fourth Btreet, who has been a patient at the St. Anthony Hospital at Terre Haute for the past four weeks wae'remqyed to her home Thursday evening. She is getting along Mrs. Elliott Gives Book Review At Meet Thirteen members of the Current Event and Art Club and two gueBts. Mrs. Richard Potter of Gary and Mrs. W. W. Pugh, attended a meeting held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Una Lapworth, Shep-ardsvllle. During the TjtiBiness session plans were made to complete several scrap-books that are to be sent to various hospltulB. Plans were discuned for a Christmas party to be held at the home of Mrs. D. .0. Burgan. South Fifth street, on December 18. The program of the afternoon consisted of a book review given by Mrs. Ernest Elliott. The title of the review was "LaBt Puritan" by George Santayana, a memoir of the life of 01lvr Alden. Refreshment? were served at the close of the meeting. The next meeting -will be held at the home of Mrs. Dow Mitchell on Mrs. Gilfoy will entertain the club at her home on South Third Street on' Decemtber 3. TO HOI, BAKE HALE A bake sale will be held at Lew-Is' hardware store store on South Main street Wednesday. November 25 by the women of the Center Ep-worth League. The sale will Btart at 9 a. m. Among the Clinton people who attended the Indiana-Purdue game at Lafayette this afternoon were Mr. ind Mrs. George Walthall. Miss Wil-ma Winkler. James Tate. Miss Lorain Clark and Cecil Chambers. -25c 7HE PtOURES 10c FIRST BAPTIKT CTfC'IM'H R. W. Bishop, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday schonl. 11:00 a. m.. morning worship. 6 p. m., B. Y. P. U. 7 p. m. evangelistic service, followed by baptismal service. Special union Thanksgiving service at this church Wednesday evening, November 25. at 7 o'clock. Rev. H. C. Chapin will be th principal speaker. Music will be provided by the Baptist Church. THIMBLE CU B MEETS - Mrs. Verner Van Vliet of Newport entertained the members of the Thimble Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. A two course luncheon was served COURT NEWS NEWPORT, Jnd.. Nov. 21 The ease of Xora M. Green, guardian of William Green, a person of unsound mind, vg. the city of Terre Haute, has been venued to Fountain county, and 'ten days given in which to perfect the change. This complaint is for 93,000 salary. The complaint South Seventh street, December 4 m Class Holds Meet ? l lie Hill Crest work will be read.. Music by the choir. Junior Christian Kndewvnr at '1 p. m... Topic: "Real Thankfulness" Trader. Xik Bibfch, ,Ir. Intermediate Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Topic, "Give Thanks for What?" header. Dale Garafru. Young People's Christian Kndeav-or at ti;:i0. Topic. "Gifts of God for All." Leader. Klizabetn Varga. Plans for the trip to the county home on Wednesday evening will he completed. A special meeting for Sunday School officers and teachers will he held next Tuesday evening at 7::tu p. m. with the Rev. R. J. M-Unid-ress, director of religious education, of Iudianapolis, as speaker and The annual' Thanksgiving meeting FIRST THKIKTIAN CHT IK'H H. H. Wagner, 1'aMor 9:30 a. mi., Bible school. Mrs. Tom. Salmond, adult superintendent: C. M. Poor, general superintendent; orchestra under the direction of Irwin Johnson; classes for everyone. 10:45 a. m.. worship und communion. This is home-mni'nu clay and the special subject of the sermon will he "The Way Home." A large attendance is expected. Friend of the church are all weleome. The ladies of the chureh will bring bankets well filled and an enjoyable time will be had around the table. A program has been prepared for change. This suit is for possession. alleges that William Green was appointed a member of the policy force in Terre Haute on March I. 1931. and that he has never been dismissed from said position, and they owe him back salary of that amount. The suit was originally filed in Terre Haute. 1 ' f Adotpri ZwstSf prttft GARY COOPER MADELEINE CARRGLL NEWPORT, Nov. 21 The cause olOrville Harger by next friend vs. Crown Hill Stock Farms et al, which is for damages, has been set for argument on Nevember 24. NEWPORT, Nov. 21 The cause of, Anton Fenoglio vs. Andrew Morris for possession of lot 1 in block 14 in C. W. Shepardsons addition to Clinton was had in Vermillion f to Mesdames Mortimer Lewis, R. V. Hughes, William Hegarty. W. G. Parrett. B. R. Nixon. Dewitt Corn, J. W. Carlthers, W. C. Wait, J. L. Saunders. H. C. Sawyer, ''C. C. Sawyer, L. P. Nelson and Beulah G. Chlpps. v AiII HOI.IM MEET The Ladies Aid of the United Brethren church of Jonestown met for its regular session Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. J. S. Myers. Following a short business session a social hour was enjoyed and refreshments were senved. Those attending were Mesdames Elna Ketra. R. E. Laswell. A. Miller. B. Koonce, James Price. Lucy Eat on, Ross James, Rose Wellman, L. Osborne. Alda McCown, Fay Gto-bons. Elsie Houston and daughter. Karyln Kay. Viola James, Mildred Koonse and Mildred Pearman. Mrs. Oscar Kreig was a guest. Herbert Donald of South Fifth street left Thursday for Kewanee. III., where he has secured employment. Weekend guests at the horn" of Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Pearce on South Fifth Street are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart and son. Billy, of Darlington, i Dr. Paul B. CaBebeer. Georse Stevpnson. Tony Marietta and Her-schel Chek attended the Notre Dame-Northwestern game at South Bend this afternoon. "THE OIOiOM NEWPORT. Nov. 21 The cause of Matthew M. Scott et a) vs. Pat C'Page was venued to Vigo county, upon affidavit of defendant, und ten days given in which to perfect the circuit court Friday morning, and Mr. Fenoglio was given possession of the property, with costs taxed to of the Loyal Hearts Class of the Christian Church was held last night at the homo of the teacher, Mrs. A A. Hess, 431 Elm Street. After the business session, with devotlonais in charge of Mrs. Hess, bunco was played. Mrs. Frank Crawford received high score prize and Misb Mary Blair, low. Mrs. John Inge, sister of Miss Blair and Mrs. Robert Barbee, o' Alabama was a guest of the meeting. Assistant hostesses were MIbs Glenna Millnr and Miss Olga Harvey. Mrs. Tom Salmond will entertain the class at its next meeting at her home on Walnut Street. Miss Merle M. Carlln and Robert Stone are ettending the Purdue-Indiana footl all game at Lafayette this afternoon. While there they will be the guests of Mr. StoneV brother. Otl ar Stone, this afternoor and evening. Mrs. George Hinkle and Mrs. Howard Shannon of Fairview spent Thursday w!th Mrs. Harry Keeley of Walnut street. Mrs. Harry Keeley of Walnut street had as her dinner guests Friday. Mrs. Pearl Malone and Mrs Minnie Payton of Terre Haute. sT. tm DELTA TIIETA TAU Pre- Thanksgiving SUNDAY DINNER November 22 Menu 50c Ryast Young Turkey Oyster or Sage Dressing Mashed Potatoes Creamed Brussel Sprouts or Buttered Onions with Corn Orange and Cranberry Salad Hot Rolls Plum Pudding, Mincemeat Pie or Ice Cream. Coffee. Tea or Milk (all .MO.I for KeMr iil ions Served 11: lUt to 2:00 Annual THANKSGIVING DANCE At DREAMLAND HALL Wednesday, November 25 9 - 1 A. M. A Paramount Picture with William frawley Dudley Oiggei Akim TomiroR Porter Hall J. M. Kerrigan Screen play by Clifford Oders Based on a story by Charles G. 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