The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 2, 1936 · Page 10
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December 2, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 10

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Wednesday, December 2, 1936 Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Pnge 10 Sues Aimec Guests were Miss Herlha Sawyer, Miss Hess Lnnhani. Mrs. William Heeler, all of Newport, and Miss Mary Dull. Hone MHchcll and Mrs. Mitchell "f Cayuga. anapolls. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. I ress-lor mid children of Kankakee. 111.. NEWPORT JUNIOR ART CLim MEETS Martha, Helen Mitchell Hostesses PETERSON RITES AT MONTEZUMA cream, wllh a pink heart molded In the center, cake sad coffea were served to the 30 guests present. .Library IVhiiM Meets The Kewport-Vermllllon county library board met Tuesday afternoon at the courthouse with Mrs. Ella I'. Hall In charge of the meeting. Miss Bess Lanham, librarian, gave the following report for month. November: volumes, t.iit: circulation, 9.J27; borrowers. 6.49S. In the. absence of Freed Cooper Mrs. V. C. Walt gave a Islk on the Hoosler group of artists which la composed of Stark, Steele, J. Otis Adams and William Forsyth". The lesson for the afternoon was on Adams. Korsyihe and Richard (iriiell and presented by Mrs. Wall. M.iry Jane Thomas and Vicla Nickels. Contests and singing dub songs were supper guests. Dorothy IMiillips spent the wee k end with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. While and children at Indianapolis. Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Maiikin were Sunday dinner quests of Mr. and Mrs. Kred Maclieldt and son I'anl. Mrs. William Snrris of Uockville spent last week with her son John and family. for Ciroup Saturday in Cayuga Session Khower rr sirs, nislioo Mis. Furl Allison and daughter, Miss Marjolle. entertained 'lh mlsiellaneoiiB shower In honor of Mrs. Max lllshop. a recent bride, Saturday afternoon nt their home. The eiiieilalnnient consisted of each guest rlng her fuvorlle recipe for the bride and advice on "How In Keep a lliisbmid." Services Today for Woman Who Died Monday; Survived by 6 Children VRM'PnilT. Doc. 2- Misses Mar tha and Helen Mitchell were host were other inventions. "p"" ni-nls were served hy the hostesses. Members present were Mary L. Saunders. Maitliia U-wls. Ciiyneth cnanell Vicia Nickels. Mary Jane ,,.,vn'!rn !(. ;. 2 - Funeral Augustus' Mausoleum a Hall The Mausoleum of Augustus In o.. h.nli hr th emperor for i V..I-I llradlev and esses for a meeting of the Junior Art Huh of Newport held at their M 1 . unii .'i ' himself Hid bis family, is now a ui. Hisliun received many lovely home In Cayuga Saturday arier-noon. Mnr Jane Thomas presided daughter Phyllis Ann si t I nurs- day. and Friday with Mr. and Mrs Arthur Morgan. Thomas. Martha Hlinietto' Chlpps Tnonleir.l concert nan clfls. HelreshnielllS OI 111 n n .... . i..k . Mrs. Wall services Ur .Mrs. "'' s.iu. ill. whn died ul Moiidiiv morning about B:3". a l i.p held ' H'- sl"'' M'""1"" church al 2:30 P- m. uhIu. Muriel Mary L Saunders acted as secretary ' oiii i. nil-, miii spent Monday with his daughter. Mrs. lteece Julius, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kohr of ln-dianiipolis spent 'III n isilay ttilli rel atives here. ftjs to be In tin- Oakland cemetery Ill'IC. Surviving urn I lie husband. Frank, niu- son and five daughters, llnhert Skcltnn and Mm. Heat rice Arnold "f Detroit. Midi., Mrs. Kvn Shew. Mrs C.rrin W'nodnrd, Mrs. Josephine Wlllliurn mid Mrs. lieralitiiie -well nr Montezuma. Bettv Smith of Villoma "I"-'" Monday night with her grandmother. Mrs. Oara McKenwn. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Waggoner spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Seas Take Tons of Cliffs Seas about the English Islands have taken an estinialeil toll .'f four billion tuns of ci:U jn a if. A Treasure-House of hristmas Suggestions Another Invader Carper beetles were unknown in this country until about a century ago. At that time they were brought over from Kuropc. A tour of inspection through our beautiful Furniture displays will help you solve rtiour oi in j Liolwiicie rhpre is no nicer eilt fur- Rheba Splivalo Latest chapter in the eventful career of Aunee Semple Mcpherson, much-publicized Los Angeles evangelist, came when she was cued for $1,080,000 by another evangelist, Kheba Crawford Splivalo, above, who charged her with slander. your particular Christmas OPP'I V . yutu jjtii iiv-uicti i.... 1 " . . , niture endures for years of jolly Hobdays! Strike While Iron Is Hot Youth is "the period of buildine HP In habits, and hopes, and tuUlu.---Not an hour but is trembling wit'.i destinies; not a moment, once passed, of which the appointed work can evei be done again, or the neglected blow struck on the cold iron. Here's A Nice 1 1 r 9 Mrs. Louis Levttrenz and Mrs. r.ncn Onstntt at Danville. 111. Mrs. Dorothy McCttrdy spent Monday with Mrs. Mary llhickfoid. The body of Hurl Douglas, who died at the Union hospital at Tern-Haute Sunday, was brought to ih.' Christian church here Tuesday where funeral services were held al two o'clock. Burial was in the Oakland cemetery. Mr. I lunulas formerly owned a grocery store here. Mr. and Mrs, Oliver Phillips entertained the following relatives al dinner Thanksgiving: Mr. and Mrs. p,h Haworlh of Itloominndale. Vi READ THE ADS m. E-TO 1 I a at K a 8 E&3 I IT li j u m m Suite .V 00 Just as Fresh as if n 0. 0. S6 a. They'd Come Off and Mrs. Orph Millikan and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Millikan and daughter Martha Helen of West 1'nion and Mr. and Mrs. C. r. Millikan and ,.i,iirtron rharles Thelma and .Toan the Christmas itrk. Two Superb Pieces Graceful! Lively! Dignified! Yes, this suite has all these "points"! And more, too! Full spring construction to insure comfort! Lovely covering to produce beauty plus durability and long wear! Buy On Terms! n Tree ! v 1 ? v -ri-t'- h- wav rvour nar- 1 A X ments come back from Olm-stead's. Our cleaning methods are thorough but harmless to the fabrics and our pressing is perfect. Ask any one of our hundreds of satisfied customers. and Mr. and Mrs. William Crafl and children James and Ettln or Monte- ' r.n ma. ! Mr. and Mrs. rharles Blackford j and son Charles spent Thursday with Mr. Blackford's aunt. Mrs. Marie McN'ulty. at Dayton. O. Miss Marie Gaines of Indianapolis spent Thursday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gaines. . Joseph Robert and Charlotte M-Keown spent from Thursday until Monday with their father. Henry W-Keown at Springfield. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jailors were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Rohr and children. Mr. and Mrs. James Riley of Uockville spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Cox. 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