The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 1, 1936 · Page 2
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December 1, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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I r i Page 2 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Tuesday, December 1, 1936 Heiress Elusive J ' BIRTHDAY PARTY SOCIETY NOTES COURT NEWS NEWPORT, lnd Dec. 1 Damuges Iljeir daughter, Mary Louise 3, and reasonable support. Application' for suit money and maintenance has been filed with a hearing set for December 14 at 10 a. m. - Her Husband Accuses Bert Lahr AT CENTENARY FROM HILLSDALE Mrs. John Giacherio Entertains; Many Thanksgiving Guest at Local Homes ftiKaranovicli P.eulab Wilburn is Taken Home; Birthday Oinner for Mrs. Mayes HILLSDALE. Dec. 1 Miss llculall vVllliurn, who lias been a pallenl nl the Vermillion county hospital in Cllulou, was removed to Iter home With letten and telegrams as evidence, Joseph 8. Robinson, father of the anti-alienation auit law in in the sum of $200 were awarded to Pete Alrohi from John, Peler and Louis Secondlno in Vermillion Circuit court Monday. The complaint for damages was (lied November 30 apd the trial held Immediately aflor-wiud. The complaint niieged Ihal .Simla and his father, John Alr-oia. wen- rlillng in a truck on October 11, 11111(1. owned and operated by John Daltou: t hut they were traveling on tho paved highway from Clinton to Universal; that thoy lel'l the truck and started across the pavement when struck by a Chevro 'CENTENARY, Dm. 1 Mrs. Jiihn iGlacherlo entertained a few friends Friday evening in honor of Minn FUNERAL HOME ifii INO, New York, threat- ens to prove that hi m ini Suturduy. . Mrs. Monroe Mayes was honor guest at u surprlsu birthday dinner given at the I'. It. Church flunduy. Bert Lahr, eorae- jfl. .,.1. 1.1- i iim: 1 1 1 ' II ! '1 Genevieve 'Runyau's sixteenth birthday. Those present were Mm. Hlmnn Turchi, Mrs. Jaapor Ollli, Mrs, Francis Curry and nn Jerry l.ee. Mrs. James Curry and son Raymond, and Miss Margaret mill and Ji'iiuy Hose GUM. The evening wan spoilt playing bunco. Refreshments were served. Miss Genevieve llunyan visited Miss Bertha Runyan Wednesday. mi HYw 24-Hour bride, Mildred f " let (ruck driven by Louis Secondlno. and owned by him and his brothers, Marvel Magcrs spent Friday night In ('Union at the homo of Mis. John llalrd. Alls. William Jared and daughter. Ethel, of Montezuma spent Sunday I'c ter and John Secondlno. Tim dnm u:c8 were awarded for Injuries re reived by Pete Airola. Schroeder (right ) . All that prevent lawyer Robinson from starting an afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jessie Magcrs Mr. and Mrs. John Norrls are the alienation suit for f" Ruth M. Brown of Clinlon was r. I $500,000 is the , granted a divorce from Gerald Drown In Vermillion Circuit Court Monday on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment and failure to pro doubtful statu of the law for which he fought. This law which ban P FREE I) II Ambulance I ll Service I II Phone v 532 S. 4th St. vide. The plaintiff's maiden name I . .j,. DorU Duke Cromwell parents of u daughter born Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Russell of South Bend spent Thanksgiving with Mr. Russell's mother, Mrs. Collie Russell. Paul Johnson, who Is employed in South Bend, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Johnson und daughter. Miss Bettie. Miss Catherine Sellers and Robert of Jones was restored. The couple was married June 4, 19,14, and separated July 25. 1934. such suit is being tested in the I Mr. and 'Mrs. William White and sons Howard and Gerald of Oisdon. Utah, and. James White of Johnson City, 111.,' who are en route to Wayneberg, Pa;, have been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. George Dickenson and family. They resumed their trip Saturday with Mrs. George Dickenson accompanying them to visit relatives in Wayns-burg. Little Marjorle Parrlngton Is visiting Enid Heft of Center for a row days, ' Barbara Jean Turchi visited Aj?-nea Bolilnc of Blanford Friday. courts. j'l Anna Esmondi of Clinton (lied suit Monday for divorce from Nenn Esnuindi. The complaint alleges cruel and inhuman treatment. The Hamilton of North Salem spent Sun day here with friends. ' Traveling incognito a. "Miss M. Paschal", Doris Duke Cromwell, known as one of the richest girls In the world, is pictured as she lipped unheralded into Los Angeles en route to join her husband at Honolulu where they are build-In a new borne. ulnlntlff asks for the custody of Tli.'uiksKiving Day the following guests: Mr. and .Mrs. Paul Wuth-rich and three children from South Bend; Mr. und Mrs. Frank Sibley and family, Lngatisport; Mr. and NEWPORT WOMEN MEET ON FRIDAY Mr. und Mrs. O. P. M. Ponton and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Peer spent Thanks giving in Indianapolis as 'the guests Mrs. Bert Turchi was hostess foi of Robert Ponton and family. I Mrs. H. H. Nixon and two sons and ' .Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Nixon and twin a surprise party given in honor of Miss Irene Fortnor and William Hicks were the Thanksgiving din babies of Terre Haute. Friendship Circle Has Regular Session; Mrs. Youmans Is Hostess her son Marion's 14th birthday Guests present were Bruno and Con and Miss Florence Clouse 'spent Thanksgiving in Peoria as the guestti stantino Lupato, Joe Natale. Franl of Alva Sheeley and family." ner guests of Miss Fortner's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Thomas, of Newport, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Magera had as and Barbara Jean Turchi, and Mining Guerri. Miss Mary Giacherlr and Miss Annette Turchi assisted the COUPLE MARRIED, AT JONESTOWN their Sunday guests Miss Alice VMiu mer and Ralph Wright of Paris, Mr NEWPORT, Nov. 30. Mrs. Hor-lert YoumaiiB was hostess for the egular meeting of the Fiiedshinp Circle Friday afternoon. The mem-ers responded to roll call with and Mrs. Heard of Washington, D. C. Miss Maxim1 Wimmer of Terre Mr. and Mrs. Hay Hurst of Terre Haute visited relatives h.:re Thursday. Clinlon York and family of Danville, HI., visited relatives here last Sunday. Mrs. Grace Stewart and grandson. Rev, Las well Unites Haute, Claude Hartman and Char- Stewart, Vera Greene Monday Night JONESTOWN, Dec. 1 Eugene -Stewart of near Dana and Vera line Winmier of .Montezuma and Mr. and Mrs. George Brown of Hillsdale. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tressner silent Thanksgiving in Charleston, 111., as guests of Roger Bennett and family. ' ; . v. Pearl Sykes and family and ; Mm. Llllie McFall spent Thanksgiving with relatives near Montezuma. Phone djlj MEYER BAKING COMPANY Greene were married Monday eve nine; at six o'clock by Itev Roy E rhanksgiviug games. Clever con-ests and needle work were the di-rersion for the afternoon During .he business meeting the club deeded to buy a Red Cross member-ihip. Refreshments were served to the 'ollowing members and guests: Mesdames Paul Carmack, Faber Park. Guy Gosnell, Omar McMas- ers. D. P. Williams. C. D. Williams, Walter Aston, Orville Adams. Rob- rt Stokes, Melvjn Weatherman and 0. J. Brown. Guests were Mrs. L. C. Lundgren (lid daughter Miss Marianna Mar hostess. Games were played and re freshments were served. Sunday gueats of Mr. and Mrs Richard Runyan were Mr. and Mrs Thomas Runyan and children of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. William Hig glnbotliam and children of Cromp ton Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hig glnbotham and son, Donald of Clin ton, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Gillberto o Terre Haute and Mr. and Mrs. Flor ence Shannon of 'fcandytown. Miss Albena, Farranto of Chicagi Is spending a tek days with hei mother, Mies Rosa lee . Zaranso, who hai been visiting In Chicago, has returned to her home. ThanVsgiving dinner guests oi Miss Annette Turchi were Miss Mao Giacherio, Franklin Kincaid anc Howard Eaton of Universal and Mr l-aswell at the parHonagc here They were then entertained at supper at FOR the home of Hie bride's parents, Mr and Mrs. Janus Greene. Only rela Billie, of- Bono visited relatives here Thursday and Friday. Ronald Little spent the weekend at tho home of Gordon Self in Brazil. Miss Nora Self spenl last week in Brazil as the ftuest of her brother. Victor Self and family. Mrs. Pearl Knig'ht visited Mrs Lizzie Rhodegherfo in Clinton last Saturday. Clara and Owen Hamersley and 'harles McCartywent Thursday In , Chicago. Mrs. Frank Underwood, Mrs. Ed Ambrose and daughter, Miss Esther. lives oi I he couple attended. They are now at home in (he Staniicld Dr. G. R. McGUIRE. Butter Krust Bread DOUGH-NUTS BUNS 'ROLLS Prompt Service property at. Bonn. tial!, Mrs. Riley Park. Scotland. o Chiropractor -f''- - X-ray Scrvlca. I'alnier Graduate. S3IH Blackmail Street J ho Indies Aid Society made ('J.'.iU at the lecture given at the 111., and Mrs. Roscoe Foos and laughter Peggy Ann. church last Friday night by a representative of the Rose Lawn ana Mrs. Bert Turchi and children I Class Has Mvtiiit Tlie Ladies Aid met Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Sercflno Foli am' I The Electa Sunday School Class sons of Clinton visited Mrs. Marj I met at the Hotel Lincoln Friday Mrs. Wellman. They spent the time Merritt and daughter Betty Sunday i ivening with Mrs. Minnie Coffa and 3 quilting. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. Y Mrs. Grace C. Davis as hostesses.) and Mrs. John Gambalani were I The devotions were in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glaze and Frank Turchi Sr. Mrs. Mary Merritt I Mrs. Davis. Contests pertaining to daughter Janice of near Dana, Mrs Bessie Glaze. Mrs. Roscoe Striker ana oaugnter Betty Jean, Mr. and Mrs. August Taparo and Mrs. Joe and daughters Anna Mae and Mar lene. Aquilia Peannan, Hersey Pear Almone. I man and Posey Glaze took Thanks Mr. and Mrs. Simon Turchi had as their Thanksgiving dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Crosby and L 4 rffl family of Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Bur- len Davidson and daughter Ceneva Thanksgiving were enjoyed. A covered dish supper was served in the hotel dining room at 7 o'clock. The following members were present: Mesdames E. S. Eggleston, Ella P. Hall. Ellen Johnson. W. C. Myers. Icy Manion. Fred Sanders, Otis Watson and Elizabeth Dozier, Mrs. Lewis Sims was a guest. The next meeting will be an exchange of gifts. Mrs. C. E. Beebee and Mrs. William Myers will be hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Harger visited in Noblesville from Wednesday un RYTEX PERSONAL giving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Danyl daze and daughter Miss Mary Coron spent Thanksgiving day with her parents at Gro-ver. Mr. and Mrs. James Hutson and family 'took dinner Thursday with Mrs. Hiilson's mother, Mrs. Smith of near Clirisman. A birthday party was given Saturday afternooti at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sain t'leghnrn in honor oi their son. Donald's birthday. CHRISTMAS CARDS (fOI Cduful! Hew! til Friday. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Nixon and son Kent spent Thanksgiving in Memphis, Teun., with relatives. Ruth of Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs Jasper Gilli and children and Mrs. Julia Cavaletto and son John. Mr. and Mrs. Burlen Davidson of Terre Haute and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Payton of Clinton visited Mr. and Mrs. Francis Curry and Mrs. Simon Turchi Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Curry and on Raymond and Mr. and Mrs James Curry and son Jerry Lee attended a surprise party in honor of Frank Curry of Crompton Hill Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Curry had as Ihelr Thanksgiving guests .Mr. and Mrs. John Giacherio. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Holdeu of St. Bernice and Mr. and Mrs. Frauds Curry and son Jerry Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wallace and children of Blanford visited Mr. and Mrs. John Giacherio Monday evening. Bill Hegarty spent Thanksgiving $ vacation in Chicago, the guest of FOR Bill Jackson and George Simms. Mr and Mrs. J. W. Carilhers and Bon Bob spent Thanksgiving in livansville with .Mrs. (.'anthers Osmon Bros. Buyer Has Left Town! For Christmas Buys, Watch This Ppcr another and other relatives. efsr mm m Mr. and Mrs. DeWilt Corn were i Him tmim llu guests of relatives at Wim-loir iind Stendal during Thanksgiving vacation. PRINTED WITH YOUR NAME Here thoy are those ultra-smart cards that are always so individual. French folder style . . . exquimte stock . designs especially croaU'd by Uytex. i urn i,i m Mr. and Mrs. H. v. Nixon cuter- O fa : Jx tertalned with a turkey dinner - Police .Guard Baby Triplets From Kidnapers M.'S:-.. r v --xfc. - ... ...'Nil l,- -rr ,.v. s f4, i i Kathleen, J anna and Sheila L ' ' -'. -"-' -- j TO LEAVE ORDERS AT THE OFFICE OR SEND REMITTANCE THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Letten threabwiiiuj the kidnaping of 8-week-old I over the babies who are believed to be the only triplet, born to Mr, and Mm M yle Andrews, of Log I triplets on record to be born of a Caexariaii opera-Anirelc, resulted ill a police gwuxl being; stationed Uon. -1

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