The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 23, 1936 · Page 3
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i Pagfr 3 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana' Monday, November 23, 1936 Science t 'lub Mim-Ih Marriage Licenses CLINTON SOCIAL SOCIAL CALENDAR 1 iMn;V I X K I'' MIT. Ind.. Nov. 2 1 Har-' ney f.iacoletti. 2i. coal miner of j Clinton, and Pauline Shannon. 19. i of Clinton obtained a ra.-irriac It-! cefi-1 at Newport Friday. BIRTHS Mr, ;jnd Mrs. Ctiari- .tra ol Walnut MP'et ai- th- pjiremn .t twin, a hoy and a jrirl. horn Ffilt nitht. Th-y have Im- n n;md Iav:j and fietty Car.jji. Jiotli hate a nd t li t in- ' Ii i a r j-'ett'itjr aions n iy. Ledges A called inetir.g of V-im't-lion 'ha pier. ltfTi. II. A. M nil) I- h'-l-l tomorrow nii'ht :.l 7 o'clock. Work v-)! he -iv n in ih-ui-tt iiut-tf r d''i:r-e. HOSPITAL NEWS Virs :.(.. n y tr J. .'I v. hft fian ii--fi a j t t i-.t :t:- Vt-'- piilajof) Ciii)t h' ;ii'a;. w ' 1 n:od I' htr :': 'T i . ! Mrs. Ti i 1 H -ri " n. v, : i:i-d-"- j wetjt a riiri f'T rjpt-rj'rn ji ' Vr j million Corii'y hot;iMx.l a 't 1 days a;o. t;,irlv l j Night Coughs r x Quukly chkrd i -"b without "dosin? " - fCKS f rvbon V VapcPus fcl . r-lt 1- NhkU HOME DAV OR NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE IOS Mrs Richard Potter of Gary and Mr W. W. Pugh of Clinton are guests this week at the home of Mrs. In Lapworth of Shepardsville. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dreher of Terre Haute. Miss Margaret Rolando of Detroit spent Ihe weekend with -Miss Valeria Paenlo of Mulberry street. Mr and Mr. Leo Shannon of Detroit. Mr. and Mr. Harley Hysmiin of South Bend and Mr. Ben Pitman and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pitman of Mometuma were the KU-t yesterday of Mis. Cor Easter. Miss Nell and Miss Jean Carlin of Center and Miss Aida Faraco of North Ninth street spent yesterday in Indianapolis. HICVCI.I-: ((.I B MEETS A meeting of the Girl Bicycle elnb was held at the home of Gloria Perrero in South Fifth street Wednesday evening. Buco waa played and prize awarded lo Betty McImf1i, high; Madelyn Carll. bunco; and Dorothy Touhey. low. Refreshment were served. Mm. C. E. Pittman of Evanrvllle has returned to her home after vU-iting several day at the home of Mr and Mr. C. W. Ashley of Vine street. Entertain GuetM Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford and daughter. Marilyn, of North Fourth Ktreet. had as their Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Spray. M. and Mrs. Clyde Gentry. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edwards and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Long and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ous Holland. Mrs E. E. Cox and Mrs. Myrl Weir, all of Crawfordfvilln. and Mr. and Mrs. FraDk Jack of Danville, 111. All Day Meet Held The Ladies Aid of the Trinity Church held an all day miing recently at the home of Mrs. I'na Lap-worth. Shepardsville. Those attending were edamf-s Champion Anderson, George Brit-ton. John Brown. Sam Brown. Rob- ert Carver. Delph Curtis. S. moods. Alfred Grove. Vesta lnway, Oliver Houston. Olio Hutchinson. Louis Judy. Wayne Judy Leonard Ijpwoith. John Loecbel. Benjamin Mills. Sherman Ryan. CnarleB Ryan. Arthur Srurr. Gwendolyn Thompson. Wallace, Robert Williamson and Robert Wood. Guests we'-e Mesdames W. W. Pugh. Richard Potter. Wjlliam Lapworth. Matt Dean. Leonard Wheat and daughter. Marilyn. Loren Wright. Joe Lapworth. Miss Jean Wheat. Miss Anua Lapworth. Audrey Mae Brown and Jackie Judy. Mr. and Mrs. Hrman Kuhns and children. Erma Kay and Darroll I Dean, of Whitromb Avenue, were ' gnestK yesterday of Mr. Kuhns i mother. Mrs. Cora Kuhns of Dana. NOTES Young Couples Are Wed Sunday Tsil Loral Couples MarHed at Ran-tioi Clinc h Huuday in Double Molding; t'crem'wy An impressive wedding ceremony was performed yesterday at 12 o'clock noon at the Baptist Church by Rev. R W. Bishop at which lime Mi us Muriel Montgomery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Montgomery of IS4 South Eighth street, became tbe bride of Dale Pugh. son of Mr. and Mis. Ivan Pugh of Shepardsville. The other young couple united In marriage waa Mis Margaret Ball, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ball of 1114 South Seventh atreet, and Wiliiam S pence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Spence of 111 North Tenth street. Tbe marriage vows were read before a large crowd of relatives and friends. The single ring ceremony waa performed. Mrs. Pugh and Mrs. Spence were both graduated from Clinton high school with the class of '33 and hare aince been employed at the G. C. Murphy store. Mr. Spence will continue her work there at the present time. Mr. Pueh attended the Fayette high school and at the present time is employed at the Guide Light Corporation at Anderson, where he and his bride will make their home. Mr. Spence attended Clinton high school and i employed at the Recreation poolroom. South Main street. Plan of Mr. and Mrs. Spence were not revealed. Both Mrs. Pugb and Mrs. Spence were attired in royal blue crepe dresses, tunic tyle. They each wore a corsage of pink roses. Jmmediately following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Pugh were guests at a wedding dinner given at the home of tbe bride's parents. Mr. and Mra. Spence were honored with a dinner at the home of the groom' parents. - e'urprifce Party Mrs. Anna Maden was guest of honor at a -surprise raviola supper given Saturday evening at the .borne of Mrs. Grace Rife, South Main street. Tbe occasion was her birth day anniversary. Other guests present were Mrs. Mary A. Lyons, Mrs. Florence Jackson and Mrs. Vera Snow. Mr Bertha Collier of Huntington is visiting in Clinton with relatives and friends. Miss Louise Ellis of Anderson is visiting at the home of her sister. Mrs. Tony Stringfelluw. and Mr Stringfellow of Vine street. Ben Glover of South Eighth street is confined to his home with the flu 3 ,.hu .mm 9 U Quick Radiant Heat!! --fjirlv i" the rnoruing iii ,jjn ill- draflv. : r"1 iilim-i-y plenty of quick i-.AIil ANT fi at Hi e'l " aim. Aurt -i'-n yuu come in from ouid'r-i. chill'-d t' iioll'J. jUM ftc-I JI t- tiif Ii-hi Nultian and vl Dioiuurlily uaiin'-d Quick! Comfort Everywhere! Hut you don't hare to d"i"-t!d m radiant lifat aiu:iv. Til Uuo Nabinn ?Tir--adH moist, warm air AI.l. THliOI'OH th? tiousw ;.j.t Ijl.- a Im-'-Hi'-nt fur-rarf- -atid din-K it without caiiriiiK d;afly floors. l-i' i' . it is a h'-M'-r limit to provid" HOME " OMKOKT n-cardl'.-ss of ine w'-iitiii r outMde. SEE the New DUO NUBIAN Th-i. you will KNOW WHY it out beats any other haier on the market. Come in and find out. hat Uuo" in ;. n h. K n o w W H Y no .Th-r h--ater can triv you JJ;io Nuh-an eornfon, A. J. Doughty FURNITURE RUGS OIL RANGES Quality First. 232 Elm Si. Phone 361 READ THE ADS t r Delts' Dance To Be November 25 Dunce lo lie HHd t Oreaniland Hull I so Jluvr and Onheirtra lo KuraMi Mur Dancers t the oily are rapidly responding to the sals of ticket for tbe annual Thanksalvin. dance of Delia Theta Tau aorority. arcordint lo a report if the llrkel nimiiittH-e The ilanr will be belli at Dream- ! land Hall oa North Ninth street I Wednesday, Nneember 2i. from 1 p. m. to 1 a. m- Leo Baxter and ! hia oreheatrsi. will furnlah the mush j for the evenin. Miss Talml Lahtl la general chair-' man of the dance. Proceeds from the dance mill be used for charitahle work In the city The aorority purchase several pair of glasses for the school children of the elty each year. Mr and Mrs. John M. Valente and family of North Ninth street spent Saturday In Birknell elsltlne relatives and friends. ;Mr. and Mrs. Andre Poletto of North Ninth street attended the Notre Dame-Northwestern eame In South Bend Saturday, t They aJso visited their son. Eugene, who la a etudent at Notre Dame. Mrs. Christina Carll of North street, who has been confined to her home with illness for the past week, is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ave. Ed Bra-zukas and Miss Verla M. Davie attended the Indiana-Purdue game in Lafayette. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Shannon, who have been living on (South Main street, have moved to S45 Sycamore street. . Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Homey of South Fifth street were artiest yesterday afternoon, of Mr. aud Mrs L. D. Scott of South Center street. Terre Haute. Mr. Scott la a brother of Mrs. Horner. Kntertjtins flwir Member Mibs Flo-ence Auer of Sycamore atreet entertained the members of Hill Crest rjomnwinlty Choir with a party at her home Friday evening. She waa agisted by Miss Olympia Buffo. Bp'scial guests were Mrs Henry Warren and Miss Klizauelb Pfander. Following a abort practice garnet and contests wore enjoyed with prise awarded to Mrs. Tillle Bene and Miss Wary Janak. Delicious refreshments were aerved at the close of the party. Mrs. 'Wirnie Gilfoy of Lyford wat the guest yesterday of her sou. Raymond Gilfcy. and family of South Third street. Jtobert Slater of Honolulu arrive? here for an indefinite virit with b't father, Roy Slater, of Mulberrj atreet. " m George jVfrBrain of Columbus. O. is spending several days here will relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Skidmore of north of the city entertained the following guests this weekend at their home Mrs. George Skidmore of Knightsvllle. Ind.. Miss Mildred Skidmore uid Lewis Rusniausen, both of Chicaga. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Skidmore of Clinton. Monday Job's Uaughtera lo hold practice at Ihe hall. South Main atreet, 7 p. m. Senior W. W. G. Clrls of Ihe Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mr. John Carnell. North- Fourth atreet. 7:30 p. m. Mis Ruth Van Sickle will be the hostess. Wakofe Club will meet at the home of Mia Taltnl Labtl, North Eighth atreei. 7: SO p. m. White Star Club will meet ai the home of Mra. John Gllmour, 7: SO p. m. Tuesday Alpha Club will meet at the home of Mr. Earl Turner, Sooth Fourth Street. I p. m. Dc-lphians will meet at the home nf Mra. Call Hennia. Seventh and Blackman streets. 8 p. m. Business Women's Bridge Club will meet at the clubrooma. Sooth Main treet. p. ro There will be a beginner' table at tnl meeting. Hostesses Miaa Mary Charles. Miss Elisabeth Wilson, Mies Glenna Miller and Mr. Justina Rom. Sunday school teacher and officer of Hill Crest Community Ceo-,,rwill meet at Hill Crest. 7:30 p. m. At that time Rev. Robert Mc-Larfrass of Indianapoli will be tbe principal speaker. Missionary society of Hill Crest will meet there at I p. m. Gamma Gamma Sigma Sorority will meet at the home of Miss Barbara Carrera of west of the city Members planning to attend are to meet at the home of Mrs. John Carnell, North Fourth street. 7 P- m. where transportation will be furnished - Amoma Class of Baptist Church-to meet at home of Miss Minnie Williamson at 61 South Fifth street at 7 P- m. Pvthian Bisters to hold a meet ing at the hall on Blackman street. 1 SO o. m. This will be a roll call meeting and each member is to brine sandwiches. Wednesday I Deal Bridge Club will meet at the borne of Mrs. Walter Jones. North street, 2 p. m. Wednesday Bridge Club will meet with Mra. Dollie Wiltrmood at the home of her brother. M. M. Scott, Mulberry street. 2.30 p. m. Mr. and Mr. Raymond ftudd and children. Mr. ' and Mra. Lawrence Clifton and Mr. and Mi. William Ouley and daughter, Ruth, of Georgetown. 111., were tbe weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. O Hiatt nf Kim atreet. Mr. aud Mrs. C. C. Berry and children of Terre Haute were tbe guests yesterday of Mj. and Mra. Will Berry of South Third street. Mr. and Wrs. Harry Lynch of Bra-bTI were the guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge MatNajr aud Mr. and Mrs. Will Berry of South Third street. mm Mr. and Mrs. Homer Slater and son, Allien, of Indianapolis spent Sunday in Clinton with relatives and riends. Mrs. Auua Slater, who has been visiting here for the past sev eral week returned to Indianapolis with them. Miss Wanda Reed of west of Clinton and Everett Wood of South Bend spent yesterday iu Rosedale with Mr. Wood's parents. Mr. and Mra. Homer Wood. f" 1 . 1 -'" ." - - ' Uie FayptU Ifornt- 5iii'f tiub of Vw ijoshfn and ru.! atterifil a meeting hfld rwfnilv at ih MV-Cleary hall th-re. M that timf a proerHrn was uivfii hi oprvan" of A' hicvnipnl flay nf tlit dub and a ta party wan h-id followftiK. During tlif iMnwion an s-xhiMt taf hfld fli!-plHin? the moi k m-m hrn bait acvunwltnht'A ur th jia"t Dinner mir at the hm of Mr. and Mr. Ji W1al of South P"f-enth trM yrtrday w?r- Mr. and Mr. Hfrm-M Havi and rMidfn of St. Mary of tiie Woods, Paul Po!ir of a t'fC anip at Brork)riHp. Ind.. Mr. and Mrs. Edar Vial and children, Vr Mary Danlf-ln of Hnf-daie. Mr. and Mrs. Wayno Vial and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fopt?r of Fairview. Mrs. Ora Doyl and Mifw Rr)' Johnson of South Fourth xtrw sp-'nt th irwkvHid in Tuw3a 111 . rifitjng r-laliv and fittMls Mr. and Mrs. ra,f) Aiwirif and children of Ohio are vj-iiijii n ill- borne of Mr Ai!ne iaifijt. .Mr and Mr. Iviuis Aiwin .f hVnjth Fifth street. at Meeting postponed The meet ins of th" A B . Huh. which was to have hr-en hld thin m-ek. ban been imxnnr- indefinite- Mr. and Mrs, Ed Ctinn'turham nf South Seventh nreef had as their dinner euept !asi evening. Mr. C'Ui- oineham's n. other. Mi. Manh;i r'unrjiuphain. Mr. and Mrs. R R Maney of Vin-cennes. Ind.. Bpent the weekend a the hoD'e of Mr. and Mtf. c.fmrv" Oarey in Fairview. Tommy Oatheruru of River Roupe. Mich., epent the 'el;end in Clinton with relatives and friends. Mrs. Katherine Hlatko of Battle Creek. Mich., is visiting at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Honumo of Syndicate. THIS MONTH $1.50 MVK 2.V Katra for Kliampou GERTRUDE BEAUTY SHOPPE Corner Tenth and Vine Streets Any Maita may ir had mth tomtfuj fusvitru Multi-Mufir tar humci vulutm eleuruui. Sor tlic latest aiwi fintst in iinxlern iruncrs tuc nca-Mavta, lino. the Mric (oa r - 3 1 Visit the wsmm A CHRISTMAS GIFFT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! A HEW 1937 World' Outstanding Radio PRICED FROM E999,"$S,7tJ50 & IiUiknz J-L'OaJoK The irreatwt single feature that tvr di 'Is'' H'l .H12 13 and IS TUBE RADIOS Thanksgiving Special! tinp-iisiiai a aaher the square, or.r-pwrr cast-siumurjro tub. It exclusive wit! Mavtau kuKTiur m wawiing abilitv.conven-icnJe and ouraliJiry. 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