The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 28, 1936 · Page 3
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November 28, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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ThV Daily Clinlonian, Clinton, Indiana Saturday, November 28, 1936 Page 3 Ifiuu Vl.jri., I ii. .n J t S-I.l BIRTHDAYS OBSERVED rago today alter spending tin CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Tillie Harrison of Rosi-dub. who has been a patient at the Vermillion county hospital for the past several weeks, is in a serious ronce Luce of N'ehcker street. Mrs. Leo Martin Hontor SOCIAL CALENDAR .Guest at Birthday Paity Y).- ..,.,1 VfPU .... i ,.r ..,. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frist entertained with a dinner Thanksgiving day fn observance of the birthday anniversaries of Mr. Frist and their daughter, Mrs. Sax ton. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Foltz. A. E. Boyd and son, Forrest, and Mrs. Terrance lioyd, all of west of the city. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uunyan of Rockviiie and Mr. Saxton. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Abbie Frist. The day was spent socially. Job's Daughters Hold Initiation Services Friday Festival Held at Church Last Night Approximately 120 people attended the chill supper and fall festival held last evening at the Methodist church, which was given under the auspices of the Epworth League. Following the dinner, a meeting was held in the auditorium of the church at which time Rev. A. S. Warrtner of Indianapolis, formerly of Clinton, and Mr. Mlchels of Brazil, were the principal speakers. Rev. Warrlner gave a talk on the Children's home at Lebanon and Mr. Michels gave a report of the year's Monday ford underwent an app-nd-ctomy at onth Ninth street had as their the Vermillion county hosiptal yes- fi"la Thanksgiving day Mr. and terday. She is getting along satis- Mrs- pf'arI Luce and daughters. U in- lactnrily. uifred and Marlene. Crowd Attends Services Held Odd Fellows Lodge will mei;t at tile hull South Main street, 7:30 p. m. At that time Elmer A. Wheal of Coliimhla City, a grand master, and Pearl Mater or rtockville, deputy Brand master, will he present. Refreshments will be served. M MorKan's ItitM'itu-nt Iist levelling; Kcveral (inind Officers ' FAMILY IHWK.lt lll l.l) A family dinner was srvcl work. tuesday During the business session plans were made for the midwinter insti I j birthday party was given re-cetil).v at the home of Mrs. Leo Martin of Universal by several ofl her friends fn observance of her birthday. Bunco furnished the entertainment of the evening: with hiftlji score prize awarded to Mrs. Lee Reese, hieh; Mrs. .William Rrann, bunco, and Mrs. Lcttis Rolando, low., Ouests attending were Mtrndameg John Vanzo, James Reece, Otis Spurr. Joe Grander. Ernest Sciacero, Ray Bybee, Torrv Bozone. Thomas Granger. Frank Vanzo, Alex Suchta. John Martin an4 Miss Lorafne Brann. The honor guest received many nice and useful gifts. ... i Club HoMk Meeting An all day meeting of the G ajnd F Sewing club was held recently at the home of Mrs. Clarence Reece of Universal. At noon luncheon was served to Thanksgiving day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ferguson of Soulh Fourth street. Those attending were Mr. ami Mrs. J. I). Martin. Mrp. Dan Drake and daughter. Olive and Alice Mac. Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Martin anil daughter. Evelyn, and son, Jam'S Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sollars tution to be held at RockvilJe January 23. 1937. FAMILY IHNVKR HELD A Thanksgiving dinner wag enjoyed Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Shell Luce of Blackmafl' Soiit Mothers Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Ira llrown, 1131 lllaekman street, 2- p. m. Members of the Women's Home Missionary society or the Methodist ehureh will meet at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. C. C. Pearce on South Firth street. The annual guest day will be i.'.ired. Mother's flu 1 ' ' ' ' homo of Mrs. Louis Marietta of South Seventh street, 2 p. m. street. At noon a basket dinner A banquet was given last evening Ity Job's Daughters at Morgan's hasement on South Vain street in honor of several grand officers. Approximately 75 members and guesls were present. Immediately following, inspection and initiation services were conducted by Mrs. Elizabeth D. Tire of Indianapolis. New members initiated were Marguerite Marie Butts. (Jeorgeann Slover, Margaret Nelson and Mary Louise Paquette. During the erenlng Ada Bell, librarian of the organization, gave a report on "Love." which was written by Mrs, W. A. Johnson of Por-rysville. grand electa of the order of Eastern Stars. Members and grand officers were presented beautiful corsages. I Out-of-town guests were Mother Jacobs of Indianapolis, past supreme was served to the following : Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Shanks. Miss Maude & smart (o. CLtisbno Hayes and Mrs. Myrtle Pugh. all of Thursday Terre Haute: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Botner and Miss Grace Luce, all of Center; Mr. and Mrs. Perry Chap LAID and son. Donald, Mr. and Mr. Charles Doughty and son. Harold Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Searing and daughters, LaVerna and Lnura Jam-. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Molts and son. Ronald, of Newport. Mr. Viola Ferguson of Summit Grove and Ronald Jatcs and Miss Mary Cramer of Minnesota. Mrs. Fannie Bishop and daughter of Libertyville. III., are spending a few days at the home of Mr. an I Mrs. James Boatman and Miss Ella Bishop of South Third street. Thev Mrs, Larry Johnson, Mrs. John Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet at "the home of Mrs. S. C. St nil)!. Blackmail street. 2:30 p. m. PRINTED STATIONERY Mis. Charles Walker will be the assistant hostess and Mrs. C. C. Pearce will be in charge of the les f i I i . 50 SHEETS 50 ENVELOPES son. guardian, Mr. Linch of Indianapolis. are en route to California to spend grand inner guard, Mrs. Geda Run Friday the winter. , lain and daughter, Carolyn Ann. of Bellmore; Miss Marie Luce of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Luce and daughter, Catherine, and son, Harry, and Donald Luce. Mrs. Martha Stafford and daughter, Patricia, of West Terre Haute were guests yesterday of relatives is Clinton. Dinner Gust Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Luce of Xebeker street had as their dinner guests yesterday M.r. and Mrs. Frank Hayslett and daughters, Lucille and: Gloria Fame, and son. Frankie. Mr. j yan of Terre Haute, junior past - f Elizabeth Ann Manship and Helen Happy Hour Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Raymond' Cilfoy. South Third ?reet, 2 p. m. Rae of Sou t h Fou rt h st reel i guests of Catherine Straw of Odon. Ind., this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Barber and INCLUDING PRINTING WITH BLUE. SHOWN OR RED INK. DOUBLE SHEETS OR FLAT SHEETS IN LUE, GREY. WHITE OR TAN PAPER. sons of Seventh and Nebfker streets have moved to S55 Walnut street. Vanzo. Mrs. Tlrank Bianchetti and Mlbs Margaret Virostko. 'i Mrs. J. W. Carrico of Fairview, who has been seriously til at her home for several weeks, is now; able to be up. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Wilkerson of 326 South. Main street entertained hut evening with a two-course tur-key'dinner Sot the following people: Mr. and Mrs. Escbol Brown and son. Gale Harrison Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell and Cecil Fulk. The evening was spent socially, j t Walter Odell Archer of Gary spent Thanksgiving at the home of his father. Dr. Odell Archer, and Mrs. Archer of Hazel Bluff. Ronald Jates and Miss Mary Cramer, both of Minnesota, are visiting at the home of Mr. and "Mrs. Dan Drake. North Fourth street. Mrs. Agnes Rae and daughter, Jean, of South Fourth street, are spending this weekend in Terre; Haute visiting at the borne of Mrs. j Rae's sister, Mrs. James Blower, and ! Mr. Blower. and Mrs. Ace Luce. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sweazey and Miss Marie Luce of Chicago. Mrs. N'olasses and Mrs. Mallle BIRTHS grand guardian, Mrs. Lanham, county librarian, of Newport, and Mrs. Linch. Entertain Friends at Dinner Last Evening , Mr. and Mrs. J. W- Miller of Tennessee Valley entertained the following guests at a dinner Friday evening at their home. They were Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Tandall of Dana, Mr. and Mrs. Adair Owen of Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Thomas, Theodore Thomas and Marguerite Thomas, all of Clinton, Mrs Brenton Oallafin of Martinsville, III.. J. P. Randall of Dana, and Mis' Pearl Thomas of "Washington. D. C Mr. and Mrs. William Filer spent Thanksgiving with their daughter, Mrs. William Wiethe and Mr. Mietho of Centenary. V r ( U Hole SUeett I SAME COLORS . . . PAPER AN0 INK. , 59 SHEETS AND 50 ENVELOPES $1. ' Shields and family have returned to their homes in Toledo. O.. after visiting their brother. William Filer Mr. and Mrs. Domenic Bonnurhi of Centenary are the parents of a baby girl born Tuesday. The infant is the third child and has been named Kuth Ann. Miss Louise Hayek of Walnut street is spending the weekend in Evansville visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed HoTinea. Mrs. Mary F. Antonini of North Ninth street had as her Thanksgiving guests he' son. Ettore, who attends Indiana University, Bloom-ington. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Antonini and Mr. and Mrs. Carvel Vaughn and son. Donnie. of Universal. Miss Miriam White and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Russell, who attend Illinois University at Champaign, 111., are spending the weekend at the home of Miss White's and Mrs. Russell's parentB.. Dr. and Mrs. I. D. White, of South Main street. and Mrs. Eller of Fairview for the pant week. Miss Pearl Thomas, who Is em Daily Clintonian ployed at Washington, D. C. is Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dempster are the parents of a baby girl born at the Vermillion county hospital this morning. The infant Is the first child and has not yet ben named. Mrs. Dempster before her marriage w-as Miss Sarah Farnsworth. spending a two weeks vacation at th home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Thomas of Walnut street. 50 ?l r--tt SURE AND SEE . . . RYTEX PERSONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS CLINTON MERCHANTS Invite You to Attend Their- I I A jxAK2ar n tweet hting RATION and blMfitW CHRIST. MAS OPENING .Friday Night, Dec. 4th SEE THE BEAUTIFUL NEW BOULEVARD SYSTEM and ' CHRISTMAS LIGHTING Turned on by MAYOR C. M. ZINK SEE ALL THAT IS NEW IN CHRISTMAS MERCHANDISER ON DISPLAY IN THE STORES. ENJOY THE CARNIVAL SPIRIT THAT WILL MARK THE EVENT! ALL CLINTON STORES WILL BE OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT Next Wednesday's Edition of the Daily Clintonian Will Carry Full Details and Special Advertisements Into' 6,000 Homes in the Trading Area! Watch for It! All Copy Must Be In Monday

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