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Friday, December 4, 1936 The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page 3 3 CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES Columbus Cooperative High School Classes . Wayne Lewis Weds SOCIAL CALENDAR ' Dorothy Bennett Visjt Local Store r Announcement la made of the Sixty Kills from the foods classes aiarriage of Miss Dorolhy Rennetr, of the local high school, with the) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Stores Instructor. Miss Hulen Newport, visited the Nation meat market ye (nrday. The owner, Larry Nation Bennett, and Wayne Lewis, son of The wedding took place Wednes-The wedding loo kplace Wednes O O O 0 o o o Rave . very Interesting talk an Friday TOMUHT Married Couples class of the Baptist church-Mo meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Swlck-ard, South Third street, 7:30 p. m. Pythian sisters will meet at the K. of P. ball on Blackmail street, 7 p. in. Monday day, Nov, 25, at Anderson, Ind. demonstration on moat. The Kills who had the opportu The young couple was attended by the bride's sister. Miss Alblrdd nlty to attend wera Mury Alrola Vli'Klnlu Allen. Betty Anderson Bennett, and Miss Ethel Woods. Florence Uledsoe, Elisabeth Bodnar, California New Crop ORANGES IRc New crop, sweet and full of juice, doz. .' . . " Mr. and Mrs. Lewis will make their home at Anderson, where Hie Anna Mae Bell, Mildred Bohannon Dallas Boetto, Norma Boratts, Mary Cargal. Hilda Church, Ruth Crosby Sunshine Circle of the Presbyterian Church to hold annual Christmas party at the home of Mrs Charles Vaughn, Nebeker street, groom Is employed, Mrs. Francis Schelsky Minnie Cuel, Ruth Craft, Carlene Cook, Nalda Daugherty, Wilms 2 -IP jr1 7:30 p. in. Assistant hostesses are Dlehl. Marian Foster, Iona Hale, Entertains 5ociety Letha Humphrey, Bessie Jackson Mrs. I. D. White and Mrs. Ora Doyle Choir of the Christian Church- l.lene Johnson, Mildred Jones, Fresh Shipment of Fancy CHOCOLATE DROPS Pancake Flour Z will meet In the basement of the Irene Judy, Nellie Karanovlch church, 7 p, m. Christina gropesk, Irene Lindsay, IP Monday Bridge Club to meet at McKenzie's 1 j -lb. pkgs Mary Luce, Elizabeth Manship, Ann the home of Mrs. H. M. Ferguson. Meueghiui, Leona and Winona Mc South Fifth street, 2:30 p. m. tarter, Roseline Muzzarelll, June Owens, Clara Paine, Mary Pierce, Tuesday No. 2 Cans Rose Rodeghlero, Marian Runyan Mildred Russell, Helen Rae, Mar Mrs. Francis Shelsky of Mulberry street was hostess for the meeting of the Missionary Society of the Christian church at her home yesterday afternoon. There were 14 mem-berg present. Mrs. Guy Southard was in cbarKe of the devotional period and Mrs Ira Taylor, the program. During the afternoon Mrs. Em-niett Hays gave a book review on "Negroes," and also sang a solo, "O. Little Town of Bethlehem." Mrs. Shelsky sang two numbers "Swing Low Sweet Chariot" and Luther's "Cradle Hymn." 19' GAMMA Gamma Sigma Sorority McKenzie's 1 i -lb. pkgs garet Reed, Margaret Rovl, Jean nette Rawley, Billie Satterlee, Mil to meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Crumley, South Third street, 8 p. m. Buckwheat Flo uo 2 PRUNES California dred Shew, Charlotte Smith, Lucille Hl-Trl Circle of the Christian Btultz, Printha Sutton, Mary Tof-folo, Yvonne. Tremore, Alice Van- Church will meet at the home of Miss Margaret Earlywlne, North Wa 5' aevoorde, Frances Varda, Irene ter street, 7:30 p. m. Alpha Clu'u will meet at the home Villa, Norma Weaver, Valla White, Josephine Wilson and Mary Young, No. 2 J Cans of Mrs. Vern Axtell on the Clintou-Terre Haute road, 2 P- m. Delphians to bold a Christmas Young Couple Is 2o L'ilESS ... Auxiliary Meets Fourteen members of the Ameri Wed November 29 party at the home of Mrs. Dave Sal-mond, Blackman street, 7 p. m. As sistant hostesses are Miss Lenore Merrlman and Miss Dorothy Devon- , ; Miss Virginia, Mae Myers, daugii 15c Mixed Nuts lb. 21c 1 0c Shredded Wheat . pkg. 1 2c 23c Tapioca 2 pkgs. 25c 23c Hershey Syrup, Ig can 10c 19c Bisquick. . . . Irg. pkg. 29c 10c Plumite , .can 21c 19c Coffee, Regal lb. 21c with 2-oz. Vanilla Extract 17c Raisins 2 lbs. Peanut Brittle. . . ,1b. Corn .... 3 No. 1 cans Ralston Cereal . lb pkg Apricots. .No. 2 2 can Table Salt. . .3 pkgs. Coffee, Little Sport, lb Juice Extractor 10c, can Legion Auxiliary met last night at the Legion home on South Third street for their regular business meeting aid, ter of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Myers of near Marshall, Ind., became the King River No. 21 Cans bride Of John William McCampbell sou of Mr. and Mrs. Hoseoe McCamp Wednesday Business and Professional Wom Puring the - evening plans were made for a Christmas party to be bell, on Sunday, November 29 at en's club to hold a Christmas din held December 21 at the Royal Neighbor hall on Elm Street. This ner at the K. of P. hall on Black- 2:30 p. to., The single ring cere mony was performed by Rev. R. sig ler, pastor of the Marshall Presby man street. Dinner will be served terian church at the home of the promptly at 7 p. m. Following, all members will exchange gifts. 29c Dill Pickles 64-oz. Jar Members planning to attend are PEANUT BUTTER bride's parents. Attendants were the bride's sister, Miss Alice Myers and John Swaim. to get-in touch with Miss Elizabeth Wilson, phone 129, by Monday Helen i Louise Myers, niece of the noon. bride, was ringbearer. Commute in charge Is composed Marshmallows II 20c LITTLE SPORT of MiBS Wilson, chairman, Miss The bride was graduated from Marshall high school and has been Mabel Mills and Miss Mary Marvel. party will be for all children of ex-service men. Recently the organization contributed J5 to the Red Cross relief fund. Today several members are at the home of Mrs. C. C. Manship on South Fourth street tacking a comfort, which will be given to an ex-service man's family. Harold Hammersley of north of the city left last evening for East Chicago, where he has secured employment. i. ; Paul Wilhite, who has been visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wilhite of Fair-view, is leaving this evening for Chicago. He will be employed at employed as an assistant in the of Bee of C'erald Alexander, county su Lodg1 es perlutendent of schools for the past several years. Mr. McCampbell is 46-oz. Can Jerusalem, Lodge, 99, F. & A. lb. Jar also a' graduate from Marshall high school, 1 w ' M., will hold a called meeting tonight at 1 o'clock. Arrangements Pineapple Juice Tomato Juice 3 29c 19c Following a short wedding trip will be made for the funeral of the young couple will live on a farm Brother Robert Simpson. 14-oz. Cans H-II7.. Tins ' near Turkey Run. Sorority Meets Last A. A. A. Club. Holds . .. -tae'-'Powder Bol Salon at the Ste vens hotel until the first of next Night at Vogel Home 4-oz, (ana Meeting Last Night Several members of the A, A. A. Pilchards 3 Sausage 2 Cherries 2 Tablets 3 25c 17c 27c 10c week, at which time he will go to Block's at Indianapolis. Mrs. John Mushett of North street has received word from her daugh club met last night at the home of Mrs. Augelo Turchi on Matthews No. 1 Tall Cans street. Guests were Mrs. Joe Bon-acorsl and Mrs. Klmo Bonacorsi. ter, Mrs. Frank MadiBon. In Denver, After a short busiuess session PROCTER & GAMBLE Dependable Products P&G White Naptha Soap. . .6 bars for 18c Ivory Soap for the bath and fine clothes, . . . 2 large and 2 medium bars 19c Camay Soap for complexion. . .3 bars 14-C cootie was enjoyed with high Score Theta Kappa Sorority met last evening at the home of Mrs. Charles Vogel on South Fourth street with two guests. Mrs. Martin Lanzone and Mrs. John GuerrI, present. Bridge was played at two tables with high score prize awarded to Mrs. Clay Neal; Mrs. Lanzone. guest, and Mrs. Mallle H. Marshall, low. Mrs. Vogel will entertain with a Christmas party at her home December 18 for the members. J H. M. C. CLUB MEETS prize awarded to Miss Lena Avenat-ti, club high; Mrs. Joe Bonacorsi, guest high; Miss Clara Avcnatti cootie, and Mrs. John Colombo, low. A Christmas' party will be held Colo., that Mr. Madison had bis left arm badly mangled in some machinery recently, The doctors hope to be able to save his arm. Frank Madison is a brother of Robert and Will Madison who live In Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. David Lawsou Sr. of South Sixth street had as their clients today Mrs. Leon Woody and Mrs. Frank Oarvey. both of Crawford, vllle. and Mrs. Alexia White Gary. Mrs. White has been vIsttiiiK jn Clinton several days. by the club at the hom-of Miss Mar garet Clnotto on North Eighth street December 17. Beams 2 m 25 The H. M. C. club of Centenary held (Is regular business meeting at the Half Moon hall Wednesday Class Holds Meeting Approximately 30 menuliers of the rouowing a snort business scs Apple Sauce 2 -17c Flour - 24 a $1.05 slon bunco was enjoyed. Prizes Kirks Soap 4 - 17c were awarded to Miss Lena Varcelll Blzzy. high; Mrs. Marie Benettl, Your Dollars bunco, and Mrs. Mary Muzzarelll low. .Vi. 11 Cans will buy a lot nm-e. t. our Refreshments were served by Mrs. Agnes Bohlnc and Mrs. Meu- 23c 25c store bedtime we actually sell for Modern'Martba class of the Methodist church met last evening at the home of Mrs. Calvin Fink on South Main street. She bad as her assistant hostesses Mesdames Cecil An-stead, Roy Taylor, Towell and Arthur A. Winkler. During the evening contests furnished the entertainment, which was followed by refreshments being served. Plans were made for the annual Christmas party to be held December 18 at the church. Malted Milk Thompson's Pen and Pencil Free With Lb. Can tina Guerrl. Pineapple 2 Royal Syrup Karo Syrup gimrl IWIIIo On December - 16 the members less! MAKE 39c 25c will hold a short business session at the hall. Gifts will be exchanged at that time. From there they will go to Terre Haute to bold a theater "" 12c US With can of Baker's Cocoanut and Cook Book Free! Swansdown party and supper. I'ASTIMR CM'II MKKTri A meeting of the Pastime club PROVE IT KLGAH 10 lbs SODA I'KACKKHM it-lb. box I'KT MJLK tall (Wis ('KKA.M or 11IUCK f'HKKMK, II PINK bALMON ... it cans was hold last evening at the home IF.F.F STEAK vra 49c 15c 23c 21c :23c lb. of Mrs. Mary Rlcketts of Norlh street. Surlily Holds Mi Thirteen .members of the Indies Furnishing Society of the Presbyterian church met at the home of Mrs. J. L. Horney of South Fifth street yesterday for regular business meeting. . Bunco was played and prizes 12k 12k RESHGR 0UNDB EEF lb. When you see the new 1936 RYTEX CHRISTMAS CARDS you awarded to Mrs. Carrie Doyle, travel and high: Mrs. Ricketts, bunco; and Mrs. Julia Paine, low. The next meeting of the club will be December 17 at the home of Mrs. Doyle In Fairview. A Christmas dinner will be served. mas' Mary Catherine Reed, a nuna at Jioapltal at Lafayette, will marvel at their smart designs ind fine paper and large French Fold else... and also at their ex- Temely low price... 50 for $1.00 0RK SH0 ULDER Including your Name on the cards O or Whole lb. 1J L nd SO envelopes to match. .The Dally Clintonian. spent last evening at tha home of I'EAH, Farmer's Pride Early June, gleans. . .mm m C FKACHK8, Farmer's 1 Vide, it No. 21 caiu.OOC tXKKEK, bulk rjr. 2 lbs afcOC MEAT SPECIALS LARD, HXI pure, . 8 lb mm M C KOI ND 8TEAK, Q Baliy beef, lb BABY KEEF ROAST OC a ib a-Jt UllOl'M) BEEP ff S lbs. aiOC PORK CHOPS, 5 Per lb aUC Prices Good Till Pa) -Day TONY SCAGGIARI 123 S. f)th SI. Plume 102-J eef Boil or 10-12-15c Koast lb. her parent, Mr. and Mr. Lewis H. Reed of north of the city, as r HOSPITAL NEWS Russell Wilson of South Sixtl street, who underwent a major operation at the Vermillion County hospital several days ago. is getting along satisfactorily. Phones 745 & 746 959 North Ninth Street and Corner Main & Vine Streets.