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November 27, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Page 3 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Friday, November 27, 1936 FARMER SOUTH OF DANA DIES CLINTON SOCIAL SOCIAL CALENDAR drawing maps. Th"y will also wrlie a story about an Imiiiriniiry nip I" Siberia in Asia. Ihe Jungles of Afri-cn and tin: grazing lands of Australia. Several lnvs of Die H-.-V history class are drnuinu paai'ls tn hlmw colonial life in the 17Hi century. The girls have liliill a typical snow covered colonial ami Indian village. Toy dulls will represent rnlmilal children anil painted cardboard Indians may he seen near (heir tepees. The j-B history class will soon lie ready lo enterliiln ihe ;,-. H.iss with a "talking mining picture" of Greek lire. Xrll-lN III I I! Pupils of Ihe 4-11 elnss.nl Glend.-ili iihool have been drawiim lectures on lung sheets of wrapping paper lo illustrate events they have studied In history class. TlieBo are on two long sheets of paper n panel form. This Is their flrst experience tn using colored chalk. Although the results an- good they believe they have learned many tilings lhat will fnako a project of Ibis kind better if ever It-led again. Stories have been wrilten about Ihe evenls lllustraied. This makes an Interesting review lor the class. Phest Colds i Best treated Jwf without "dosing" Us visas DDirrn rnflM 59 79 111213 and 15 TUBE RADIOS A CHRIST MAS GIFFT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! A NEW 1937 World's Outstanding Radios mm mm r 56 w9" yy.:i meHcan anil Foreign Keception Guaranteed on KhiiIos :ll.ll.- and up. Sold on Easy Payments! FREE HOME DEMOBISTRATION CALL OR STOP TODAY Hll $1 Deposit Lays Away Any Crosley for Christmas I DEAL BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. Waller Jones of North street entertained the members of Ihe I Deal Bridge club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Tony Ave and Mrs. Hubert Oliver. Bridge was played at two tables with prizes awarded to Mrs. Charles Vogel, high, and Mrs. Olin Olas- son, low. A Christmas party will be held at Ihe home of Mrs. Martin Lan-zone, South Fourth Btreet, in two wcekB. Millard Ray Marshall, who is a student at the Indiana University Medical school In Indianapolis, is spending the weekend with his mother. Mrs. Lottie Marshall of Elm Street. ,A John Ousky of Chicago Is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mis. John Ousky, of Vine Street. Mr. and Mrs. John Guerri of South Fifth slreet and Mrs. Callie Slover and children of South Ninth street were the dinner guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Amati and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Tasso of Vine street. Miss Lenora Amati of Vine slreet and Miss Christina Scullion of North Seventh street are spending the weekend in Chicago with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tubby ot I.intnu spent yesterday with Mrs. Tuhby's mother. Mrs. William Hur-low. and Mr. Hurlow of West Vine Btreet, Miss Ada Deltaun of Chh ago spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. Dugger of North Eleventh street. Mrs. Henry Meneel of Walnut street is spending Ihe weekend in Chicago with Mr. Mengel. Miss Mary Ellen Ivy. student al St. Marys of Ihe Woods at Terre Haute, is spending her vacation at the home of Miss June Veale of Mur-ry. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Matthews of Terre Haute were Thanksuivini: suests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wise-hart and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Pen-treath of Blackmnn street. Mr. and Mrs. J. !.. Homey of South Fifth street spent yesterday at Indianapolis visiting at the honi' of Mr. and Mrs. Forest E. Uukes. Mrs. Clarice Canivuly and Mls Mnude Cooper of South Main stree have moved to S47 South Third street to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reyd and Mrs. Mary Reed of norih of thf city, Mrs. Maude Vlnzant of Terr Haute and Roscoe Patton or Nortr Main street were the dinner guesti guests yesterduy of Mr. and Mrs Ernest Reed of North Main street. Dr. and Mrs. W. I). Gi-rrish o' South Fifth street had as their din ner guests Dr. and Mrs. Don A. tier rish and baby of Terre. Haute. Mr and Mrs. Harold Gerrish of Rork vllle. and Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield F Gerrish and son of Blackmail street Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Deiect am' son of Terre Haule nnd Miss Helot Reed or North Main slre.'t were tin dinner guests yesterday nt' M1'. an" Mrs. John Ousky of Vine street Mr. and Mrs. Oia Weaver and family have moved from the Martin property ill Fairview In the house vacated hy Noah Adams. Mr. Adams and aniily have moved to Third and Vine street. Coaservauveir modern ia design with 4 piece matched wlnut ttump center panel and vPtecc nutcnea, quartered walnut oo either side, divided by senaiae eaarqueur Aotoauras tt- A FREE moth insurance policy with each A. J. Doughty furniture Fhilcn Radio Flow i'orering "Vitality First. Prices Always laiwefct" 2M-.SH Klm Street I'lmne Sl M mm m NOTES Program Enjoyed at Past Chiefs Club . An enjoyable Thanksgiving program was enjoyed at a meeting of the Past Chiefs club hold Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. George Wllhlte or Fairview. Mrs. Nora Wilson was the assistant hoBt-ess. During the business session plans were made for a Christmas party to be held at the home of Mrs. Hairy Moore on South Seventh street, December 17. At that time a grab bag will be held. Asslslant hostesses will be Mesdames Clara (illmore. Ed Ruby, Henry GUfoy and Edgar Mlnnlch. Following the session, contests were enjoyed during the evening with ibe recipients of Ihe prizes being Mrs. Harry Moore and Mrs. GUfoy. Other members attending wer Mesdames Elizabeth Ellis. Pleas Kelsheimer, Anna Mackle and Mrs. .lessie Gosselt. Rosemary Bullington and Mr. and Mrs. George Bi ittnn of New Goshen. Family Dinner Held at Huxford Home Thurs. A familv dinner was held yester- dav at the home of Miss Tillle. Miss Dlllie and Miss Ovvena Huxford of Parke county. Attending were Mr. and Mrfl. William Huxford of Hosedale. V-'au0 Mrs. Edgar Geller and daughters. Miss Gersllda. Sylvia and Betty, of Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Huxford and children, Virginia. Ivan Jr., and Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Huxford and children," Wayne. Donald and Maxlne. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Keltz and children. Mary Martha and Ken neth, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hohsnn and son. Billy Lee, of Terre Haute. Carl Mkire of Rwkville. Vera Gallery of Richmond and Virginia Bnwden of Lyford. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hixon of Elm t reet sneiit vesterday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Cleghorn of west of Clinton. Miss Lolita and Dr. Alfred Fa-raeo and Robert Singer of Chicago are spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Faraco of North Ninth street. Olher guests at the Faraco home were Dr. J. L. Slower? of Clinton and Mrs. Dorothy Hea-ton of Terre Haute. Miss FararO and' Mr. Singer are both Juniors in the Northern Illinois School of Optometry. Miss Evelyn Payne of Elm street is spending the weekend in Brazil ass the guest of Miss Dorothy and Miss Ruth Kerr. Miss Una Hill of North Tenth street is spending the weekend in Chicago as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Stanisha. Turkey Pinner Served Mr. and Mrs. Marion L. Wright of Paris. III., entertained with a turkey dinner yesterday for the following people: Warren Wright and daughter. Lois June, of Clinton: J. M. Stotts. Mrs. W. B. Mack ol Vermilion. 111.; Mrs. Ann Cummins. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Cummins and children. Harold atid Dorothy, of Paris. . HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Mary Stith. who lias been a patient at the Robert Long hospltu' In Indianapolis, returned to hei home on North Twelfth street lasi Wednesday. She is getting along satisfactorily. Wiliard Canfield of Blooinington underwent an emergency appendectomy at the Vermillion county hospital yesterday. He is resting well. Clair Foltz of route .1 underwent au emergency appendectomy at Ihe Vermillion county hospital county hospital yesterday. He is getting along satisfactorily. Lodges ' Job's Daughters will hold initiation and ; inspection at the i hall on South Main street at 8 p. ml Friday. All Master I Masons and Eastern, ' SLars are Invited to attend. RAGS and COTTON MATTRESSES 1CLB. A. DUMES Water Street Phone 267 RADIO SEEVICE Clinton's Oldest Radio Sales and Service 456 N. Ninth St. . A. Phone 792 Cerebral Hemorrhage Fatal to John Roth; Service at Indianola DANA. Nov. 27.--A former resi dent of Hume. III.. James Roth. who rnme to n Utile farm south of Dana in April from Missouri, died at the Vermillion county hospital on Sunday nlghl. Death was due 10 cerebral hemorrhage. Surviving are Ihe widow, Emma Jones Roth: one daughter, Mrs. Katie Galloway Metralf. and three half-brothers. W. P. Itoth of Paris. 111. Chest-r Roih of Hume, and John Roth of Chico, Cal. Funeral services were planned for Tuesday at Indianola. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Church and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dacha, all of Hammond, were Friday night and Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Church nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kuhns and family were Sunday guests of the former's mother. Mrs. Cora Kuhns. Kill Inlay Pnrtj Members of the Vira's Past Noble Grands club and a few quests cleverly surprised Mrs. Albert Brooks in honor of her birthday on Friday night. Eighteen were present. The surprise was planned by he' daughter. Mrs. Shelby Blythe. Bingo was played, prizes being awarded to Mrs. Myrtle Beard and Mrs. Ben Brittain. The club presented Mrs. Brooks with a gift. She received other gifts and refreshments were served with a decorated birthday j cake. Mrs. Harold Yelton and daugh- ) ler. Verna. and Miss Ruth Cooke , ipont Tuesday In Clinton. Word was received here by Jess j While thai his son. Everett of Chris- j man. III., was a patient in a Dan- ; ille hospital. i F. W. Gilbert remains in a crit- i ical condition. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Helt and 1 daughter, Mary, of Crawfordaville : are spending Thanksgiving vncation j in Lawrenceburg with Charles i Thomas and family. ACTIVITIES AT GLENDALE SCHOOL Pupils of the 5-A geography clast ,"t Glendale school have heeu divided into 3 groups and each group oamed for the continents of Asia. Africa and Australia. They are busy collecting pictures news items, and writing interesting paragraphs about the continent-they represent while others arc Cleansing Tissues 500 for 25c Fountain Lunch Whan sicknass comes, two allies stand reody for your call -your doctor and your druggist. Consult your physician, follow his instructions patronize tha drug store that justifies your confidence. Electric t E'rtT-- en Heating Pads $1.98 $2.49 $3.49 WRIST WATCHES "Wrist Ben" - as Ulustrated, with strap or metal brace let J!'0 Ingraham Wrist Watch. $2.49 m:Lou Mnutf Wrist Watch 52.89 POCKET WATCHES St. Regis . $1.00 Dax (Westclox Co. )..$!. 25 Pocket Ben $1-50 Alarm Clocks. 98c to $3.50 Our MM nnual Foltz Reunion eld Thanksgiving Day The aoinii .1 reunion of the Folti sniily wits I. eld at the homo ot Da-id Kolts of near Llberlyvllle 'hunksnlvli'!:; Day. At noon a ballet dinner u is served and the after-pon Bpent nocially. Thoho ad 'tiding were Mr. and is. David '''"Hi, Luther FolU, Mr. lid Mrs. I,; urln Foils and family r. and Mr. John Folti and chll- l-eu, Mr. n id Mrs. Ray Dyer and imlly. Mr. .nd Mrs. Carl Williams hd family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert falls and la nUy. Mr. and Mm. Her- khol Shew n Id .family, Mr. and Mrs. jdwin Shew, Mrs. Ellsa Alden, Mr. jid Mrs. 11' rmaji Hedges and fam-V Mrs. Eil vin Hedges and daugh- ir and Mr. and Mrs. Giirney, Folti, I! of Clinton, Mrs. Mary Foltz, Miss jra Folts a id Mr. and Mrs. Oscar jolts and f;i nily of Kansas, 111., Mr. hd Mrs. Al- t Wright and family of jakland, II . Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lugher am family ot Brockton, 1., Mr. anil Mrs. David Bledsoe and mily of Ft Is. Miss Madaline Folts Lake Mo- roe, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. rover Folt of Mount Carroll, 111., ev Melvln H. Rewald of New Go- Jien and Sa auel Folts of Greoufleld, forter Feunion Held at Salmer Home Thursday The homo of Mr. and Mr. Carl jalmer of :5outh Sixth street was ie scene or a reunion held yester- Those ftfi nding were Mrs. Lou Lirter. Miss Pearl and Miss Ruth jortcr, Mr. end Mrs. Ted Porter and rs. W. W. Porter, all of Terra laute. Mr. and Mrs.' Bert Templeton f North Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. hitted and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen iid daughter, Jane, all ot Green-Lstle, Mr. and Mrs. John Vance, limes Vance, Mr. and Mrs. Francis ale and daughter, Judith and Mrs. invrcd, all of Chrlsman, Til. At noon a large basket dinner was irved. , ' CkuwJ JlACEL ANDERSON IS WEL DING Al lLNUAINl Miss Macel Anderson of South third street and John Alfler of Vine reet spent Wednesday evening and haiiksglvir ; in Evansville. Miss And -rson was an attendant the wed Hng of MJss Sylvia Mc- likrf of Tc re Haute, who Became he bride o' Norman Miller of Ev- iisville ye terday at St. Paul B vangelist .hurch. Mrs. Miller Is tell known in Clinton having visit- id here a number of times. tr .n Mrs. Don Doughty ot jlaekman street entertained with a nner yesd rday for Mr. and Mrs. I TlnueVv of South Third street jnd Mrs. Dili Shew and daughter, Jirginia, of Elm street. 1 Irvro PATTY HELD The regu ar bunco party of the merlcan Region Auxiliary wan fold Tuesd.: evening at the Legion ie, Sou"! Third street. Bunco played at six tables with high core prlzv awaraeo 10 mra. j. asso; Mrs Gerald Martin, bunco; Mrs. Earl ' oumans. low, ana Mrs. feoah Duchf ie, travel. Another r irty will be held at the ime next "uesday at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Kat orine Haase and Percy llaase of : irth Third street were uests yeBt rday at the home of Mrs. Haap- 's niece. Miss fcntei lachatel of Greencaatle. Mrs. Jam- s L. Haskins of Ziegler. 11.. is spe- ding her Thanksgiving acation at the home of he' par- mts. Mr. a i i Mrs. W. E .McLaugh lin of South Fifth street. She plant to return to her home inday. Mrs. CI: mplon Anderson and lughters, SVanda and Ma'', of Trlnitv wet guests yesterday of lis. Edna nderson and Mrs. Ella Anderson el Mulberry street. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Nell Robertson of Newport am the parents of a son horn SundiV. The infant is tne irst child and has been named Byron K Mrs. Robertson Tiefore marriage was Miss Myrtle Louise Foos. ) Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hughes of Derail.' fornurly of Universal, are the larentB of a baby son, Jack, born last eight. " . Mrs. Hurhes was formerly Miss Thelma Bra an. Thanksri iug guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heidrick of Fairview w re Rev and Mrs. Paul Boyer of Li erty, James Heidrick of Rraril. Ind. Arthur and Tresa Heid rick of Danville. III., and Nellie Bennett of Cli'-'.ton. Friday TOMGHT Rehekahs will meet at the I. 0. ). F. hall on South Main street, f:30 p. in. Following business ses-lion a social hour will be held. Saturday Ait Needlework club will meet ,t the home of Mrs. R. M. Pen- reath. HIackman. street, 2:30 p. m. Monday Odd Fellows Lodge will meet al the hall on South Main street. 7:30 p. m. At that time Elmer A. Wheat of Columbia City, a grand master, and Pearl Mater of Rockvllle, deputy grand master, will be present. Refreshments will be served. Tuesday grout Mothers Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Ira Brown, 1131 aiackman street. 2 p. m. Members of the Women's Home Missionary society of the Methodist 'hurch will meet at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. C. C. Pearce on South Fifth street. The annual ruest day will be observed. Mother's Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Louis Marietta of 3outh Seventh street. 2 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsay of South Main street entertained with a dinner yesterday for Mrs. Lindsay's sister, Mrs. George JameB, and Mr. James of Danville. 111. Mrs. Ray Shew of South Third street, who underwent a major operation at the St. Anthony hospital. Terre Haute. Weduesday morning, is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Manship end Aildren. Martha and Roy. of South -ourth street are spending today at Tiaheis, Ind.. visiting at the home 'f Mr. and Mrs. Henry Manship. Mr. lanship's parents. VAIKKKNA COUNCIL MKKTS A meeting of Waukeena Council, '17. .Degree of Pocahontas, was eld at the hall on South Main treet last night. After the business session bunco vas played at seven tables, and irizes were awarded to Mrs. Jess Hayes, high; Mrs. William Taylor, second high, and Mrs Grace Squires, -onsolation. A public bunco and bingo party will be sponsored by the council to-uorrow at 7 p. m. ' . Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Manship and hildren, Elizabeth Ann. Martha nd Roy. of South Fourth street vere guests Thanksgiving day of 'lr. and Mrs. J. C. Straw and fam-ly of Odon. Ind. They were accompanied there by Helen Rae. Elizabeth Ann Manship and Hel-n Rae remained there to spend the veekend. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mackel and hildren. Miss Irma and Frederick, f South Fourth street had as their llnner guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Vera Brinson and daughters of ndianapolis. Mrs. Nellie Tout of "ittsbcro and Mrs. Martha Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Stevenson and son of South Third street were dinner guests last evening of Mrs. Stev enson's mother. Mrs. Katharine Harkness of Terre Haute. Charles Potter of South Fourth 'treet is spending this weekend at 'aria. 111., as the guest of Mr. and Irs. S. E. Heuning. Miss Catherine Foltz. who al--iidR Lindenwood college In St. "haiies. Mo., is spending the weekend with her mother. Mrs. Alma 'tooney Foltz of Walnut street. Mr. and Mrs. David ljiwson of ;outh Sith slreet entertained with turkey dinner Thauksgiving day "or Mr. and Mrs. Leon Woody of "rawfordsvllle. Mr. and Mrs Wil-lam Lawson and family and Mien 'ennie Burton. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Swayne of :outh Fifth street have as their Tuests their daughter. Misa Chad-wena Swayne. who attends Indiana niversity. Mrs. Myrtle Shores. Dick Chores and Glenn O'Laverty of Jloominglon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tolin and daughter of Mecca and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Remark ot Rockville were also guests of Dr. ind Mrs. Swayne yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. William Kerr of Brazil were the guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Hiatt of Elm street. Misa Julia Mareinko of Blanford was the Thanksgiving dinner guest of Miss Evelyn Payne ot E m street We Repair All JUL imBWBBBTVUIW lll"IM c3tasmtMii rtniiiir: Service Offers Food Refreshment VITAMIN PRODUCTS I Uelivery: Makes ot rvaoios Medicinal Liquors and Wines and Rest While Shopping AT NEW LOW PRICES A, e, c, inimucu . 98c 69c 3 Cod Liver Oil Concentrate Tablets, each tablet equal to tcaspoonful of cod liver oil in vitaminsA and D; bottle of 100 tablets for 93c; 250 tablets $1-98 Cod Liver Oil, pure, Norwegian, U. S. P. full pint 69c Cod Liver Oil, super-rich, full pint 98c Haliver Malt with Viosterol, 8-oz. bot. 89c; 32-oz. $2.79 Mall Extract with Halibut Liver Oil, 12-oz bottle 98c Haliver Oil, phm, 50 capsules, 84c; lOcc bottle 48c Halibut Liver Oil, plain, box of 50. caps 84c; lice bot. 48c Haliver Oil with Viosterol, box of 25 capsules 97c Ecc bulk bottle for 7jc Halibut Liver Oil, Nurse Brand, Fortified with Natural Vitamin D, box of 25 capsules 97c; 6cc bottle 79c ABD Capsules, box of 25 for 97c ABDG Capsules, Nurse Brand, box of 25 for 97c Wheslamin Tablets, vitamins prove vitality, bott'e of 80 tablets Alcotfs Iron and Yeast Tablets, bottle of 125 for Paranal, Agar and Oil Laxative, quart bottle " J GiUU Heavy Mineral Oil Pint 59c, quart 98c gallon $198 Crazy Water Crystals, 60c and $1 Crazy Water F.z, 30c Milk Magnesia, USP. full pint bottles 3c Nyal Aspirin Tablets, bottles o! 100 tablets Nyal Laxacold Tablets, contain no quinine c J , , , . 35c Gillis Cold Capsules " aiLi, Creosoted Cough Expectorant, made Pecdly deep, harsh cough, that "hang on," 8-oz. bottle. . 89c Elixir TS 28 for sore throats due to colds 35c and G0c Meritol Wild Cherry Cough Syrup, very penetrating. 35c & 65c Meritol Sore Throat Gargle 35c an d 65c Honey and Horehound, eld fashioned cough synip.25c and 5Uc Old Mohawk Tonic Nurse Brand B P Elixir for the blood, pint bottle 9Sc Sarsaparilla Compound, full pint bottle 98c Old Fashioned Stomach Enters, pint bottle 98c Beef, Iron and Wine, pint bottle 98c ( I I

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