The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 25, 1936 · Page 3
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 25, 1936
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Page 3 The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Wednesday, November 25, 1936 CLINTON SOCIAL MIIS. SI'ENfE IIOVOHKM At the regular meeting of III'" Amomu class of i he llaptist church held at the home uf Miss MiiiniL Williamson on South Fiflh slreet. a miscellaneous shnwT was t-'iven in honor of Mrs William Spolice. forme! I Miss Maruurel Hall. Mrs. Herbert Sampson, teacher of the 'lass, a lilies! I'il'S ill contests wie awaiileil lo Mrs. close (if the parly. Those iirewenl were t'leo mid .louli Ferguson, Olive Marie Stewart, OH and Hariey IIowiih. .lames Ulul Es.' Frosl, Dorothy M'l(i nolils, Anna Mae Hah-. Iloris ami Esther Ian. Mahcl I ,i it" 1 1 , Howard, Margaret and Ella Mae Mi -Reynold. Junior (iln.n. fail Sloitt. Hurry Tiiruska, Kur! Mine. Harold Kdvniiiii, .1 ('. HmN. Erancls ii nd Theodore Del.nlt, I'l'iH Kmc. Helen IIoiiiiiI. Miry Ellen Middle, Evelyn KiiiIiioii. Pauline. I.esler ami Leonard su frny and Rev. and Mrs. T.adoll t' $ ' London Has Forest , London bus a foiest It herons within sevtto irtiles' .f! Ac" eart. if '. London and slret. 'hjOfl'V1 .'I"1' belongs lo flie city. V.rmg forest is nil that is- left f the tmcient fo.est of Essex, and here nrcjouks. beeches and Inn niie.ims, gnarled bv a thousand years Ctirl-lina ui Isn'l Christmas w.lhoiit KVTEX PERSONAL CHRISTMAS CAIIUS . . and here are the new si. inples , . . . fcM'. cilor-fiil mid smart looking . . . and Ihe priic. as ol old . .Mi tor l nil. iihIiwIiiik your Nnnfb on the caul aeil ;.n Envelope lo mulch Make vonr selection early at Th Imily CMntoliian. Treasure Hunt Held By Sunday School Class The Young People's clasa of the Nuzarene church of SI. lleriiire tm-t ul the home of the lenchor, Mis Floyd Reed, recently which :is I" the form of a treasure hunl. At the conclusion of lln- bum I li-member were directed In the- ln'inr- of .lllhll Sleffey Those reccluni! I prizes durinx the evenlna ("r hav- iliu found llie most In-iimn'S were Evelyn Elldlcolt. Theodore Debnll. Pauline and 1-ester Stnffey. I Hefresluneiits were served nt the Sampson und Mah4 1,'eeil. anil iheyi pi i si lit i ct , hem lo I hi! Ill lile. He- j fresliinents were w,.rvicl. j READ THE ADS ! The enini; was silent socially. Come to the ROMA for Your Special Ifcanksgiving fr Bring the Whole Family Enjoy Roma Hospitality MENU INMST TIKKEV ( 'A HIED SWEET POTITOES (ilULET DHESSINti mXltERKY SAK E SALAD i hoice of I'l MI'KIV PIE ' Kit I IT CAKE FIFTY CENTS Music At RED GABLES Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday Night is: 3C "AN ALL -PROFESSIONAL CIRCUS" "AMERICA'S GREATEST AMUSEMENT BARGAIN" NOTES Several Speakers at Missionary Meeting ' Itcv. McIindrusH of " Indian apolis gave an Interesting talk at u meeting of the Woman's Missionary soclelv of Hill Ciesl held yo- tnrdny arternoon. lie bud for his topic "Religious Education Program of the Church." Following. Mrs. Anna Tribulak gave an Interesting article on "Slam" and Mrs. Tlllle Bcno gave a ' talk on "The Southern Mountaineer." Mrs. Gunnoe, president of the society, presided at the meeting. The next meeting will be held December 22. Sorority Meets at Home Of Barbara Carrera Gamma Gamma Sigma sorority held Its regular meeting at the home of Miss Barbara Carrera of Klondyke last evening with eight members present. Following a short business session "Anagrams" furnished the entertainment of the evening. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. John Carnell, and low, Miss Mary Ellen Satterlee. Mrs. Paul Crumley of 1547 South Third street will be hostess for the next meeting to be held Dec. 8. GUILD HOLDS MEET The Westminster Guild of Hill Crest Community Center held Us regular meeting this week at Hill Crest. At that time a good program was enjoyed and a Rocial time held. Immediately followlug contests were enjoyed with prizes awarded to Edith Castagna and Mary Janak. Guests attending were Miss Anna Knaflich, Miss Anna Castagna and Miss Elizabeth Pfander. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Helt of rear Salem are to entertain with a turkey dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell of South Main street tomorrow. Mrs. Jennie B. Pearce of South Main street is to be the guest of her j daughter, who lives at Chicago. Miss Patricia Stafford of West Terre Haute is visiting the remainder of the week at the home of her aunt. Mrs. Ed Cunningham, and Mr Cunningham. South Seventh street Mr. and Mis. Woody Miller of Terre Haute are to spend the weekend with Mrs, Miller's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williamson, of South Fifth street. Miss Ha Jenkins of Blackman street is to spend the weekend in Chicago with her brother, .1. E Jenkins. . Harry 0. O'laverty of Battle Creek. Mich., and Charles Strow of Chicago returned to their homes yesterday after spending several days with Mr. O'Laverty's sister. Mrs I. F Swayne. and Dr. Swayne. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Roll of Ham ilton. O.. were the weekend guests of Mr. Roll's brother. C. T. Roll, and family of Walnut street. Mrs. Frank Cross and family of 1209 Miller street moved recently to 1?.0 South Seventh street to make their home. rniiGH DROP zT-a: I ..iu ihrnat -nnnthinff IIKUIUIICU wins ingredients of Vicks VapoRub. An Leg SOCIAL CALENDAR Wednesday TONIGHT Past fillers Club -will meet at the home of Mrs. (leorne Wlllilte. Fairvlew, 7:30 p. ni. Assistant hostess is Mrs. Nora Wilson. Program committee, Mrs. Clara (lllmore and Mrs. Ed Ruby. Thursday Job's Daughters will hold regular meeting at hall on South Main slreet. 7:30 p. 'm. Friday Outing Club will meet at the home of Mrs. C. M. Zink, Mulberry street, 2 p. m. Bridge Party Enjoyed Three tables of bridge were played at the Business and Professional Women's Bridge club held last evening at the clubrooms. Hostesses for the evening were Misc Mary Charles, Miss Elizabeth Wilson, Miss Glenna Miller and Mrs. Justlna Rom. Recipients of the prizes were Mrs. Paul Thompson, Mrs. H. M. Ferguson and Mrs. Harold Mills. Herschell Bufflngton of Fairvlew who has been confined to his home with diphtheria, is greatly improved. Miss Margaret Topolosek is spending a week in Chicago with her brother, Rudolph Topolosek, and Mrs. Topolosek. Mr. and Mrs., Orvllle Spears of Terre Haute are to be the Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lyday of South Third street. Miss Thelma James of South Main street and Lauren Miller, Louise Helt and Clark and Harold Ham- mersley of Hillsdale are to spend Thanksgiving in East Chicago as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Helt. Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Pearce of South Fifth street are to have as their guests tomorrow Mrs. Pearce a sister. Mrs. J. W. Steward. Mr. Steward and daughters, Phyllis and Joanna. Miss Sarah Shew, teacher at the Universal school, will be a guest the remainder of thiB week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Orin Jones of Danville. Ind. Thanksgiving Guests Thanksgiving guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Peyton of 133 North Fourth street will be Mr. and Mrs. Shell Peyton of Hobart, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peyton and daugh ter. Patty, of Garyton, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Hintan of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Clark of Danville, Jack and Peyton Clark, who are students at Illinois university. Mrs. Jack James of Garyton and Mrs. Mildred FitzBlnimons and son. Jimmy, of Dana. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crumley of Fairview have moved to 1547 South Third street. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Crane of west of the city are to be the guests tomorrow of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crane. Lodges Rehearsal for inspection will be held tonight at 7 o'clock by Clinton Com-mandety, 48. K. , at the Masonic hall. mencaii . 1"'""" 1 F'" "i n 1 Pelts' Annual Dance Tonight lo Baxter anil Orchestra of Terre Hnute to rurnlsli Music, for Ho-rial Evert lit Oreamlanr Hull Dancer of the city are looking (forward tonight for the anniinl jrhankaglvln": dance to be held ill (Dreamland hull on North Ninth ttreet. Till" dance, a yearly even'. given unrr the auspices of Delia rheta Tau Sorority and Is an Infor-jmnl affair. J Proceeds derived will be need for tohilanthropk- work In the city. Leo Baxter and his orchestra of ;Terre Haute have been engaged to 'furnish rous e for the evening, with dancing to becin at 9 p. m. According to a check-up on tickets, the sales ore progressing rapidly and a large crowd is anticipated. Anyone wishing to make table reservations Is asked to communicate with Miss Esther Rohner, 3M-W. JVlrs. Earl Turner Is Hostess for Club Meet Mrs. Earl Turner of South Fourth (street was hostess for the meeting o! hue Alpha club at her home yester- Sday afternoon. Guests of the club rwere Mrs. Byron Anderson and Mrs. Jb. C. Huffman. Bridge was played at three tameB (with high score prize awarded to Mrs. Tom Lewis: Mrs. H. W. Sim- jmons, travel, and Mrs. Anderson. jguest. The next meeting will be beld In Itwo weeks at the home of Mrs. Vern jAxtell on the Cllnton-Terre Haute road. I Mrs. Hayek Gives Talk At Delphian Meeting ' An interesting discussion on Women in Aviation" was well giv- Ln by Mr. J. L. Hayek at a meet- ling of the Pelphiani held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Gall Hennis, Seventh and Blackmail streets. In her tatk she outlined the es- isential requirements, the schooling land other interesting facts peitaln- png to the profession. (The aevo'.lonai penoo, in vumtsu of Mrs. Grace Walker, was in keep ing with Thanksgiving. Roll call was responded to by the members giving current events. During the business session plans were made for a ChriBtmaa party to be held at the home of Mrs. Dave Salmcnd on Blackman street, December 9. Entertains Club Mrs. Carries Satterlee of 159 North Seveith entertained with a (Thanksgiving dinner at hr home recently for the members of the Pas time club. Dinner was served to the guestf at one long table, which wan beautifully decora ed In colors appropriate for the occasion. . Followinr bunco was enjoyed with priies awart ed to Mrs. William Law-son, high; Ilrs. Mollie Payton. bunco; Mrs. O.rrie Doyle, travel, and Mrs. Mae Sr.tterlee. low. The next meeting will be held a' the home of Mrs. Charles RicketF December 3- PYTHIAN SISTERS MEET A meetin-; of the Pythian Sisters was held last night at the hall on Blaakman street. During the business session the officers and staff practiced for inspection and roll call was held. An 1m nresslve nroerani for Thanksgivlni and roll was given. Nomination of officer! was held. The program committee was composed of Miss Viola Vantura. Miss i ,, a. rsnn and Miss Thelitis Morris. Af'er the business session refreshments were served. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ora Malone of John street will be the guests tomorrow of Mr. Malone's mother, Mrs. Hannah Malone of Fairvlew. Miss Viola Vantura of Universal is leaving tl is evening for Anderson where she will be the guem friends this weekend. of Miss Ethel Provence of Vine street will be the guest of her parents. Mr and Mrs. William Provence of Anderson, the remainder of this week nr. and Mrs. B. H. Sellers of , nui ..w will have as their Thar- sgiving guests Dr. Sellers' sister Mrs. S. S. Broughton and son and daughter-in-law. Dr and Mrs. M. B. Sellers, all of o ion ADMISSION TO ALL Evans Building At the Rear of White's Pharmacy CLINTON, IND. TOUTE TON PROGRAMME Kuhv ,"rl"- ilr' "f "" Air" (Sianlh Woli Trupew L WalkiiiKl SilvcrlHkc Trio . Nov.-ll, Komuii Kirnr Melvi,. Duo Hin IXahh- T.Hp..e Itayiiionil Ulik.' America' Premier l" u on anil Ills JoyiiinkiTK." The (.n-fim-y ltn .inil TuinMin Huiij llaua'ii 'KaiiiKU!. Ai'liunU" IVamriiu: Two iIok- ihiokIiik on 111.' oainc Mice. 'jHJ'iio" tilval rntaliijlhlc African 4i-p Art I-Miit The ll'iy Wondi-r ami Karc l'll of the Air tlua ltH- .liinii'iiii: ! HnmiiillK, "A la Will Kogers" KciimuIohhI ConK'lly Il Siiin!llK Kisher Trouie of Acrobats. Miss Josephine "The Human Uult-rfl" AMMAL.S AEItlAI.ISTS A ROI1ATS AtTS 'HAXtiEI XKiHTI.Y ADMISSION TO ALL 10c Make Your THANKSGIVING Perfect! Come to Gregory s FAR'EWELL "APPEARANCE The Greatest Array of Circus Talent Ever Assembled Indoors in the City of Clinton i- DOORS OPEN 6:30 P.M. PERFORMANCE AT 7:45 P. M. -The Winter Show Supreme With 1001 Thrills!! COME ONE The Public Is Invited! COME ALL The Whole Show for the Whole Family Comic Stars of the Radio with "FAT" WILSON King of the Piano r-a ySSv FS5 TV Tf i yUIKLY Z3 mt i

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