The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 2, 1936 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 2, 1936
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Wednesday, December 2, 1936 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page 3 Mrs. Odell Archer CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES Elected President of Colden Star Club J Mrs. Odell Archer was elected I Business Women To Attend Meeting at Dang 1 Delts To Hold Dinner At Job's Daughters Hall December 15 5 Brazil Thursday Interesting Meet of Society Held Thursday The Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church held its regular monthly meeting yestor-day afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. C. Pearce, South Fifth street. Guests were Mesdames Robert w Several lxcal Member to Attend .Meeting Tomorrow Rvcniixr. Din nnr to He Nerved at 7 p. m. Mix Thilma Mmllll (iennral riialr. man of Dinner; Dnnm Recently s'ponwiml Proved to Bo Financial Success James, W. T. Reld, Ralph Campbell Dora Smith, Charles Wltsman, Miss An invitation' has been extended "MUSICANS READY TO GO SO ARE WE" A Tip From Grunow Ann Eimtlipe Gat'UoacH Lenore Merriman and Rev. Pearce. to the members of the Business and president of the Golden .Star Cluh at a meeting held last evening at the home of Mrs. Nnrral Hynuni. Illack-man street. Other officers elected for the ensuing year were vice president, Mrs Robert Wright; secretary. Mrs James Fox, and treasurer. Mrs. .lohn Raster. Following the biiNineHs ki-nmum hunco furnished the entertainnieni of the evening. Prizes were award "d to Mrs. Archer, high; Mrs. William Morris, hunco, and Mrs. Roy Mutts, low. A Christmas party will he liHd hy 'he club at the home of Mrs. Wright n Blackman street December 17. Kntertafns flub Agnes Bodnar of Cromptmt Hill ProfeKBionajl Women's club to at Mrs. John Lawson was In charge of the program, the theme being tend a meeting of the Brazil Chapter "Appreciation." She gave an inter Plans for a Christnms dinner to he held at the Job's Daughter hall on South Main street in two weeks were discussed at a meeting of Delia Theta Tau sorority held last evening. Miss Thelma Medlll is general chairman of the affair. During the business session Miss esting discussion on "Appreciation of the Prince of Peace." Following, of Mrs. Roy Stultz gave an interesting discussion on several chapters of the study course being conducted by Florence Auer and Miss Louise RADIOS - WASHERS tomorrow evening. Dinner will be served at 7 p. m. and initiation services will be conducted immediately afterwards by the Sullivan Club. All members planning to attend from here are to meet at White't Pharmacy, South Main street, at 5:30 p. m. Mrs. Jack France of Chicago hap returned to her home after visiting the women. She had as her subject "A Preface to Ratio Understand ing." During the business session an- Just Arrived for announcement was made that the Paine gave interesting reports on the province convention held recently at Bloomington, which they attended. The next convention will be held at Anderson. According to a check-up on all ticket sales of the dance previously sponsored by the sorority, the affair proved to be a financial entertained the members of the HI-Y flub at her home Sunday afternoon. Members present were Norma Raster, Margaret Yeacer. Shirley Bynum and Florence Trunko. Refreshments were served. several days at the home of her father, Tom Carroll of Walnut street. Frank Rhoades of Fairview Is re CHRISTMAS GIFTS . 5 Tube RadiOSLongandShortWave$1495 . 6 Tube Magic Eyeur $2850 ' , - ... fcifii iiij w, : 1 1 " f ; ported to be seriously ill at hit; home. Mothers Cluib Meets At Marietta Home Additional Social on Page 6 His sisters, Mrs. J. W. Collins of 50 Toledo, O., and Mrs. Carroll Cooper of South Bend, were called here to be with him. . 8 Tube Marie Eve ab wave $36 Mrs. Louis 'Marietta of South Sev enth street entertained the member? Mr. and Mrs. Mark Nebeker had of the Mother's Club at her horn thank offering services will be held at the church on Sunday, Dec. 13. The next meeting of the society will be held Jan. 5, 1937, at the home of Mrs. Walter Jones on N'orth street, A. Aill; S . ' , Club Holds Regular Meeting Tuesday The regular monthly meeting of the Stout (Mothers club was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ira Brown on Blackman street. During the business session a report was given on the show recently sponsored by the club, which proved to be a success. Plans were also discussed for a Christmas party to be held December 22 at the home of Mrs. James Edwards at 140 Vorth Fifth street. BUNCO PARTY HELD yesterday afternoon. Mrs, Vern Ax 40-In. rSSSSSis $2750 - 11 Tube All-World Radio $6995 SPECIAL! (For Ten Days Only) as dinner guests last evening Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Wisehart and tell was a guest of the club. GRUNOW ALL-WORLD Bunco furnished the entertain' Mr. and Mrs. George L. Carey. ment of the afternoon with high Miss Irma Mackel of South score prize awarded to Mrs. Mar Fourth street is visiting friends at Clinton's Largest Xmas Selection At Radio's Home shall Frist; bunco. Mrs. Don Stitt Centenary several days this week low, Mrs. Merritt Hartman; travel Mrs. Raymond Gilfoy, and guest v '7 Meeting Place dunged S4.50 Croquig-nole Wave $2.95 $1.95 Croquig-nole Wave $1.45 Mrs. Axtell. Owing to the death of Mrs. Clar Mis. Hartman will entertain th Swinehart Morey, the meeting of the club at her home on South Third SMON Missionary Society of the ChriBtia street in two weeks. church, which was to have been held at the home of MrB. Morey "White oi Mrs. Hayek Hostess for South Main street, will be held SELECT NOW PAY NEXT YEAR CHRISTMAS EVE DELIVERY Terms To Suit You! the home of Mrs. Francis Shelsky Tuesday Bridge Club MABEL MILLS 957 South Main Street Phone 556-J Mulberry street. Seven tables of bunco were played at the American Legion Auxiliary bunco party held last evening at the Legion home. South Third street. Recipients of the prizes were Mrs. David Senter. who received Clinton, Ind. 224 Blackman St f Mrs. J. L. Hayek was hOBtess for the meeting of the Tuesday Bridge Mr. and Mrs. William Syme of South Sixth street have returned to i club at the Clinton hotel yesterday their home after spending several i afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Gu high and travel; Mrs. Bert Lambert, bunco, and Mrs. Anna Mackie, low. The Auxiliary will aponsor an days at the home of Mr. and MrB. Southard and Mrs. Tom Lewis. John Roe and Mr. and Mrs. James Three tables were in play and That You Like to Give Brownlee of Detroit. prizes were awarded to Mrs. Byron other public bunco party next Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. i Anderson, hieh; Mrs. 'Walter Burn uirts Roe has been named James Wil That You Like to Get side, low, and Mrs. Southard, guest n ft Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bosonetto of I The club will hold a Christmas liam. n 1 1 dinner at the home of MrB. Fred j Porter on South Main street in two 410 North Tenth street recently purchased the property at 623 John J. Faraco has Just returned from Chicago where he attended th We Believe We Have Used Good Judgment in Our Selection of Gifts Our Selection Is Ready Gifts as New as Tomorrow Are Priced Low! weeks. South Fourth street. Chicago Civic Opera with the Hon Mrs. Henry Gilfoy of South Eighth oranie Feliclano Montenegro, coiibuI MKKTIWi 1MTK f'HAWJKD ,J-?W--- ft of Venezuela, South America. 1 The meeting of the Woman's For eign Missionary Society of the Meth street, who attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs, Elmer Baker, in Indianapolis yesterday, is expected home thiB evening. odist church, which was to have been held Thursday aflernoon at the "ir- rhrifttnia mm mmm 7 TnfrwTr TREE LIGHT SETS i . n liirlilK with owd fn to Lunch With Us While Shopping Good f 00" Pced Low! ai,i.OI1 ,,! oVC 5l i lc ?p25c Night Coughs fir & Quickly checked A'J tr without "dosing." home of Mrs. S. C. Stultz on Black man street, will he held Friday aft Mr. and Mrs. William Kerr of g Curds ernoon at 2:30 o'clock on account Brazil were guests last evening of 10c 15c 25c 8EAIJ4 TABS C AKKS and (ilhT 1RSSIN(;S the death of Mrs. Clara Swinehart Mr. and MrB. D. 0. Hiatt of Elm street. Morey. ft. ft: ft v. f Why Not Make the Family ft ft FARACO'S Presents withPride 2 GREAT DULOV1 CANDIES at ."5 ft ft ft a Christmas Present This Year?? Nothing will give them more pleasure than a good used car and there can be no better time to buy it than the present. Our selection is good. All of the can we sell have been put in good condition and carry our guarantee. Here are a few unusual offerings: ft If I wan Bimte's. Whitman's and Brach's Box Candies Wc to H.ou Mi BULK CANDIES Old Fashioned Clear Candy O At C 55 ft 3S HZ ft Open kettle, fire cooked, lb. Chocolate Cream Drops 10c tt. Chocolate Junior Caramels . . . 24c tb Chocolate Stars 19c tb Hershey Kisses 25c tb Chocolate Peanuts 19c tb 1936 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Sedan Used as a Demonstrator An exceptional buy at a low price. I MAX FACTOR'S MAKE-UP SETS ft 5-Found il AuToGRAPHED $ A Alimy DUX 1 1 Color harmony powder, OSO ft ruuffp and hHtick t'tt autix L pralird by (injtir Ki);'"rs. V; , , Jean Arthur. Kuby Keeier, Ann DvoruL. J0f Christmas vV Max Faclor' 1,ottJ,frin Xnw Bpx, i.o Chocolates Makt-l p Si;,( iifnin in bo,4.50 - 98c , " I js ft. Chocolate Peanut Clusters ... 1 9c tb H. Boston Baked Beans Candy. .19c tb f Dainty Rich Whipps. 24c tb rf Vanilla Choc. Nips.. 24c tb ."5 Chocolate Chips Z4c in Gillis Special Mix: Cream, Gum and Chocolate 10c th Opera Curls Hard Candy 24c Choc. Mint Patties . 1 0c dozen Cinnamon Balls ft .-a ft ft ft iy. I" '?, fSi ft ft iX as jkjC , , u,., $ , IK sc. ft. ft. Cream Wafers, seven ""' m.iiihiii nr jmIi-' l',ii-i .m-k. i.nlli-. 'jg flavors 10c dozen Kv"iiiii In Pari.. oi). Hiulnui. Iioniiht lvrkm-. iluau-. ami All Hard Mixed Candy 10 A""""" : 50 Filled Mixed Candy 15c , 3 All Filled Mixed Candy 19c tb V, ELECTP.ICschick or A P clb Wj Foolballs Wm Packard V FOUNTAIN f jW-A - JPEN&PENCIL W-'-- 1 I jV SETS 6-cup Electric rJ 1 98c $1.49 $1.98 $2.98 $3.98 CAFEX $1.98 .Pf n? 1 $4.75 $5 $8.50 $10 and $15 Coffee Makers tM 1 Vcjli'S msaass p 1935 Chevrolet Master Coach 1934 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Sedan 1934 Chevrolet Master Sedan 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 1 933 Dodge Coupe 1929 Ford Coach Two 1928 Ford Coupes 1 933 Chevrolet Coach 1928 Nash Coach 1927 Chevrolet Sedan Two 1935' Chevrolet Trucks, long wheel bases, dual wheels. 1929 Ford Panel Truck 1928 Graham Truck Clinton Auto Co. ft I ft v i i 31 ft si ft. i ft ft ft ISTMAS m - m a i m h w.t m in m mr r i jnnne rryn va Cjoufi Oum Snapsfu& Chevrolet Sales and Service NEW JIFnf KODAK Vest Pocket, a handsome trift, $5 NEW BULLET CAMERA made by Eastman. . .$2.85 Other Kodaks at $8 $10 $12 Box Cameras. $1.59 to $4.50 W. 1 FARACO'S ART JEWELRY SHOP 215 S. Mam Phone 349-W ft 1 1 5 Blackman Street Phone 397 ft kiak AMmnm. ft

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