Tuesday, December I, 1936 The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page 3 Here Are Five Best Dressed Women in United States! CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES f SOCIAL CALENDAR Christmas Party to Be Held December 9 By Business Women Ralph Whitworth, Mrs. Clara Taylor Married Saturday Couple Married Malliidiiy, Nov. iiN, by Rev, Harold Hotchklxs; lo IJve at Falrvlrw Tuesday ToH;HT American Legion Bunco Party Ncvcral Member to Attend Meeting ill llrall Thursday Kvcnlng Announcement Is made of th marriage of Mrs. Clara Taylor o South Rend and Ralph Whitworth son of Mrs. Mary Whit worth Falrvlew. will he held at the Legion home, South Third Btreet, 7:30 p. m. Delta Theta Tail Sorority will meet al the B. A P. W. Cluhrootns on Month Main street, 7:45 p. m. Golden Slur Cluh will meet at the hni of Mrs. Norviil Bynnm, llliiikmun Street, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Wednesday Embroidery Club to meet at the home of Mrs. Archie Spears in South Fourth street at 2:. 10 p. m. Good Time Bridge Club will The marriage vows were read Saturday, Nov. 28, at 8 p. m. at I'liinit were made for a Christmas party In li held Dneember I) at a meeting of l ha Ruslnosa and Professional Women's cluh, which was held hint evening at Ihn clubrooms. The committee to tin In charge of the party Is composed of Miss Ell-aheth Wilson, chairman, Miss Mary Marvel and Miss Mahel Mills. During Ihe business session plana were discussed for the club to sponsor a show In the near future. At that time two new members were voted into the club. Several members are planning to attend a meeting at Brazil Thurs the parsonage of Rev. Harold Hotchklss, minister of the Falrvlew Methodist church. The single ring l- - Ni & - v -; - k M -i -.Ll t s K J - L V ?yi Lr J Vz mrrm h- --"IV !;'fjy v r izx 4? K V . - y 'M i, V j xg?, I A -v- pc I ' Jf v; I mel.a F.,rhart rt ' LlT f ':' 1 1 Mrs! Wnnlml'T j ' V- . - . . I , ,,.,,M,y i, Kny r'ranrls , V If i ' ik. ' i --ALl i - I.. .. ceremony was performed. Attendants or the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johnson who celebrated their ninth wedding meet at the home of Mrs. .Martin I.anzone, South Fourth street, 7:30 anniversary on that date. p. m. day evening of this week. At that Mr. and Mrs. Whitwortli have gone to housekeeping at First nnd Wednesday Rrldgo Club will meet at the home of Mrs, Dow I Fulton streets at Falrvlew. Mitchell, South Seventh street, 2 time initiation services will be con ducted by the Sullivan club. Mrs, N. Pesavento Book Review Given at p. m. Women's Relief Corps- will meet Woman's Club Meeting at the hall on Blackmail street, 2:30 Honor Guest at Party p. m. Tri Kappa Sorority will meet at Mrs. Dollte Wlltermood enter tained the members of the Woman'! club at the home of her brother, M. M. Scott on Mulberry street, yesterday afternoon. Cuests of the To stunning Kay Francis, first movie stai ever to win the award, went the honor of being chosen the best -dressed woman in America in 1636 Others who were selected by the Fashion Academy of New York aa outstanding in this respect included Mrs Harrison Williams, selected last year by an international committee of designers as the best-dressed woman in the world, Mrs. Franklin D Roosevelt. Mrs Amelia Earbaj-t Putnam, aviatrix, and Helen Will Moody, tennis star club were Mrs. H. C. Chapin. Mrs. A. M. Chapin and Mrs. Joseph the home of Mrs. Wakefield Oerrish on Blackman street, 8 p. m Idle Wile Club will meet at tbe home of Mrs. Will Berry on South Third street, 2 p. m. Thursday Choir of the Methodist church will meet at the church, 7 p. m. Theta Kappa Shi Sorority to meet at the home of Mrs. Charles Stahl. During the session Mrs. R. M. Surprise Party Given Stwalley was elected president of Mrs. Nina Pesavento of South Third street; was pleasantly surprised lust evening when a group of neighbors and friends gathered at her home, the occasion being , her birthday anniversary. Ringo furnished the entertainment of tha evening with prliea awarded to Mesdameg Lee Black, Mary Nowling and Mollis Brown. Fruit was served following the Karnes. Guests attending were Mesdames Lon Tteed and daughter. Ann, Mary Drown, James Martin, Charles Ferguson and son, John, Maxwell, Fannie Perry, Everett Peck and daughter, 1 Ruby, Lawrence Shannon, M ISS the club. Following an Interesting Eessie Harden Entertains Class Louis McCli-llaud. Much Wurdrope. Robert Anderson and son. Hobby. Samuel Nisbet, Joseph ,-mit, Alu Dunn, William Houston, Tom Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Allen MePliuil, Mes For Dorothy K.ruzan Mrs. Dorothy Kruxan. teacher of Vogel, South Fourth street, 7:15 p. m. book review, "Mary Todd Lincoln," was well given oy Mrs. Charles Vaughn and Mrs. I. D. White. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Ora Doyle on Marriage Licenses NEWPORT. Dec' -.Ralph Whil worth. 32, of Clinton and Clara Taylor, 3r, also of Clinton; Gordon Lo.-lell Frills. 24. of Dana and Clara Leona McCoy. 18, of Hillsdale, obtained marriage licenses at Newport Saturday. Ladies Furnishing Society of the the Citizenship class of the city, was pleasantly surprised with a party last evening given by I lie members Presbyterian Church will hold a dames .Steve Clnugh and daughter. .Martin Lanzono. Chaney and Oni I Doyle, and George Walters and Hugh I McLeish. South Fourth street Dec. 14. meeting at the home of Mrs. J. L. of the class. Homey of 8outh Fifth street, 2:30 p. m. Mrs. .Kruzan was teaching a class ast evening at the library at which Fame Eberwlne, Stein, Oris Black hinging and dancing were enjoyed during the evening. Mrs. Shell Curtis of North Third Third street is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Selbert Shew, and Mr. Shew, of Chicago. The Queen Esther girls of the Mi Hindist church held a meeting las! evening at the home of Miss itessi- Harden on Elm street. .Martha Winona Maekie presented 1)1-' lesson and Martha White gave an original negro reading during the meeting. Following contests were enjoy 'd with prizes awarded to Jean Hitt and .Martha While. The next meeting will be in the form of a Christmas party, the exact time she was directed to the home of Maude Cartwrlght, Llla Luce and Mr. and Mrs. John Spence, South children, Frank, Gloria and Lucille, Modern Martha Class of the Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Calvin Fink, 931 South Main Street, 7:30 p. m. Each member Is to bring bis Christmas plate. A. A. A. Cluo -will meet at the and Nora Black. Sixth street, where the party was held. av Each guest attending brought a Mr. and Mrs. Paul Skidmore of Mulberry street and Robert Slater of Mulberry street are spending today in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Kutcb an covered dish for the luncheon, which children of Walnut street have re- was served during the evening. The following are now fair to the Truckers Union. Local 73 1 Duchene Coal Co. Ray Baird Agatino Rio Hershel Anstead home of Mrs. Angelo Turchi on place and date to be announced later. turned to their home after visiting the past several days in Gary with The honor guest was presented a Matthews street. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wray, who have lived in Clinton for the past several months, have moved to Lebanon. Mr. Wray was chief electrician at the high school gymnasium. Harold Clayton of streator has been transfered to the Clinton G. C. Murphy Company ut, assistant manager. beautiful purse and bracelet. Missionary Society of the Chris relatives and friends. Those attending were Mr. and Mr .and Mrs John Webb were the tian Church will hold a meeting at the home of MrB. Morey White on Mesdames Henry King. Clifford Vitalie, Mary Shorter and Asnes Rae, all local women, attended a meeting of the Pocahontas lodge at Linton last evening. South Main street, 2:30 p. m. ! Mrs. David Balrd, Mesdames Tom iMcLatehie and daughter, Margaret, Gavin Muir, William Hillhoiise. I Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wilkerson of South Alain slreet. Mr. and Mrs. Tony LePage of Dunville, 111., were guestB yesterday Choir of the Christian Church of Mis. LePage's parents, Mr. an will hold a practice at the church, Mrs. David Llewellyn of Vine street 7:30 p. m. American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion home, South Mr. and Mrs Micheal Scollard of Third street, 8 p. m. Terre Haute and little grandduugh ter, SuBanne Scollard of Jackson Woman's Foreign Missionary so ciety of the Methodist church ville, Fla., were Sunday dinner will meet at tbe home of Mrs. S. C guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mac St ii lt.z, Blackman street, 2:30 p. m. Nair of South Fourth street. Mrs. Charles Walker will be the assistant hostess and Mrs. C. C, Mr. and Mrs. George Strain of Pearce will be In charge of the lea- South Fifth street and Mr. and Mrs. son. Frank Sweet of Terre Haute spen Sunday in Indianapolis as the guest Friday Current Event and Art Cliib-will of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dedert. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. Dow Mitchell. South Seventh street, Van Treese and children, Mrs. Wil p. in. Happy Hour Club will meet at the lard Van Treese and Mrs. Edyth Sykes of Amboy, III. . - home of Mrs. Raymond Gllfoy. South Third Street, 2 p. in. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Alderson of Vine street bad aa their guests yes Mrs, Phil Hauser of Rensselaer, terday Mrs. Jack Kay and Mrs. Grace who underwent a major operation Smith of Covington, Mrs. Wayne Miller of Kingman, and Mrs. Stella several weeks ago, is now able to be out and is getting along nicely. Marble of Denver, Colo. Mrs. Hauser was formerly Miss Ruby Thomas of Blackman street. Miss Frieda Volo of North Eighth street, Mrs. Ernest Harrington and '.Mr. and Mrs. James Voto spent Sun day ut Covington visiting friends. HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Mary Stith, who underwent operation at tbe Robert Long Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Cunningham of South Seventh Street had as their Hospital at Indianapolis about ten guests last evening Miss Huzel ilaase and Lester Cunningham. daya ago, la recuperating nicely at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Topolosek of North Twelfth street. '- I , Today they had as their dinner Clients IMrs. Martha Cunningham James Glllls, owner of the Glllls and .Mrs. Nellie Tout of Plttsboro. Pharmacies of Terre Haute, is re ported to be In a serious condition t the Union hospital, where he un Mr. and Mrs. Clint Manship and children, Hoy, Martha and Elizabeth Ann, of South Fourth street, were derwent two major operations last Wh en I'm for a thing I'm all for it! I like Chesterfields ... I like 'em a lot . . .we all go for 'em around here. Chesterfields are milder... and when it comes to taste they're SWELL! week. . . " dinner guests last evening of M mid Mrs. H. K. Kenning of Paris. Mr. Glllls is well known In Clin on. He formerly owned and oner. They wera arcnmiuiuled home by ted the local Glllls store. Charles Poller, Mrs. Manship'a fa .1 ' srl 1 Charles Buker, who has been liter, who has been visiting there atlent at the Vermillion County oupltal for tho past several weeks. was removed to his homo in Geneva his morning. for the good things GUARANTEED TREATMENT smoking can give you FOR TENDER STOMACH for the past week. Mr, and Mrs. C. C. Manship and children of South Fourth street spent Sunday afternoon at Odon, Ind., as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Straw. They were accompanied home by Elizabeth Ann Manship and Helen Rae, who have been visiting there for several days. Mrs. Harry Moore and Mrs. Mat-tie Johnson of South Seventh street are spending today at Mattoon, 111, visiting relatives. Dr. Emil's Adla Tablets bring quick relief from a sore stomach pains between meals due to acidity, indigestion and heartburn. If not your money is refunded. Powell's Pharmacy. Adv. W-2 DR. B. H. SELLERS DENTIST Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Chapin of Mulborry street have as their guests Rev Chapln's mother, Mrs. A. M. Chapin of Ohio. She plans to be here several weeks. Z4t South Main StTMt i ntntM. liuilml 1-1 Coprntta 19M. Lmcstt k Mviu Tosacco Co.
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