The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 7, 1936 · Page 3
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December 7, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Page 3 Monday, December 7, 1936 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES MS SOCIAL CALENDAR F. Gail Browning, Marjorie Hendrix Wed Saturday Monday Richard Thomas, Letha M. Anstead Married Saturday Loral couple Is Married Hal unlay nt Terre Hautr; to make Their Home In Hnmmcrslry Apartments Junior Hi-Trl to meet at home At Your Local Independent Store of Helen Sanders. 24 2 North Scv IVAN SVETK0FF 1201 North Seventh Slreet Clinton VICTOR PAL0NCY Fairview Park Murriae Takra Place at Home of enth street at 7:30 p. m. llene Henderson and Miss Sanders are on the Mm, Ethel M. Boatman on Kim Htrect. Couple lo Uvo at Terr Haute refreshment and program commit tee. Sunshine Circle of the Prcsbyterl MiHa Marjorie Hendrix, daiRhtur an Church to hold annual Christ PERONA'S STORE Blanford, Indiana SECONDINO BROS. Universal, Indiana of Mr. Hallie Hutson of Greencaa- mas party at the home of Mrs. Charles Vaughn, Nebeker street. 7:30 p. m. Assistant hostesses are tic, becaqie the bride of F. Gall Browning of Terre Haute, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Browning of Mrs. 1. D. While and Mrs. Ora Doyle. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Letha Mae An-stead. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Anstead. and Richard Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Thomas of South Third street. The young couple was united in marriage at 1:30 p. m. Saturday at Terre Haute at the parsonage of Rev. Davis. Mrs. Thomas was graduated from Clinton high school with the class of '36. Ruahvllle, Saturday evening at Choir of the Christian Church o'clock at the home of MrB. Ktliel will meet In the basement of the JOHN VALENTE 1301 North Ninth Street Clinton JOHN GAMBAIANI Centenary, Indiana M. Boatman of Elm street, a close church, 7 p. m. friend of the couple. Hi-Trl Circle of the Christian Attendants of the young couple Church will meet at the home of were Mrs. Devota Alexander and William Alexander, both of Green- Miss Margaret Earlywlne. North Water street, 7:30 p. m. Tuesday W. B. SHARP Fairview Park MINNIE GI0VANINI 55S North Eighth Street Clinton A. B. C. Club will meet at the castle, t ' The young couple and their attendants marched to the altar, which was beautifully decorated with pan-danuvietti and hemlock, as Marshall Boatman, son of Mrs. Boatman, pianist, played "Hearts and Flowers." The bride was lovely In a carnation blue satin gown with blue satin sandals to match, She carried a bouquet of yellbw and white chrysanthemums and baby's breath. Mrs. Alexander was attired In a blue vel- BEAL'S MARKET 328 North Ninth Street Clinton Magnabosco & Berto 409 North Eighth Street Clinton home of Mrs. Roy Butts on Cromp-ton Hill, 7:30 P .m. Moose lodge to meet at 7 p. m. at the hall on Blackman street. W. C. T. U. will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. C. C. Pearce, South Fifth atreet, 2:30 p. m. GAMMA Gamma Sigma Sorority to meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Crumley, South Third street, 8 p. m. Alpha Club will meet at the home FLOUR Mr. Thomas Is now employed at the Coleman Auto company. The young couple have gone to housekeeping in the Hammersley apartments on South Third street. Regular Meet of Club Held Friday Afternoon Ten members of the Current Event and Art club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dow Mitchell on South Seventh i street. During the business session plans were discussed to hold a Christmas party, which is to be In the form of a covered dish luncheon, on Dec. 18 at the home of Mrs. D. O. Bur-gan on South Fifth street. At that time towals were distributed to the members, which they purchase from a home of the blind. Scrapbooks were then collected, which were made by the members of the club end HI Trl circle, a Junior club. These books will be presented to the Rockville sanitarium this year for Christmas gifts. During the session Mrs. Arthur Winkler gave an interesting paper on the "Club Woman." the club's magazine. Mrs. William Vastbind- SUGAR ARROW Pure Granulated Special Values On Our Famous Farmers Pride 2-lb. Cloth Bag FREE of Mrs. Vern Axtell on the Clinton-Terre Haute road. 2 p. m. Delphians to hold a Christina? party at the home of Mrs. Dave Sal-mond. Blackman street, 7 p. m. Assistant hostesses are Miss Lenore Merrtman and Miss Dorothy Devon-aid, Wednesday Wednesday Bridge club will meet at the home of Mrs. J. L. Hor-ney. South Fifth street. 2:30 p. m. Miss Sara Downing Is to be the hostess. Business and Professional Wom 99c 49c 24 LBS. 10 LBS j vet dress with silver accessories. I Mrsi Browning was graduated i fro mthe . Greencastle high school ; and Central Business college of In-; dianapolis. For the past two years she has, been employed as a stenog-j rapher Jn the office of the local ' Northern Indiana Power Company. Mr. tBrownlng was graduated from , DePaaw yniversi(y and is a member of the.. Men's Hall Association. At the present time he is employed with ; the Western and Southern Life In- surance Company at Terre Haute. ' Following the ceremony light re-j freshments were served. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Hutson, mother of the bride. Mist ' Gertrude Hendrix of Charleston, III.. . Miss Mildred Smith of Terre Hautr ; and Mrs. Beck of Greencastle. j Following the ceremony the youn ' couple, guests and attendants mo- tored to their newly-furnished apart-! ment at 617 North Eighth street. FSHD en's club to hold a Christmas din er gave each member a clipping she recently recenved. which gave a iCraiit-c45c - Corn Cans complete review of activities and in fluence of club women in Indiana. Refreshments were served at the ner at the K. of P. hall on Black-man street. Dinner will be served promptly at 7 p. m. Following, all members will exchange gifts. Members planning to attend are to get In touch witb Miss Elizabeth Wilson, phone 129, by Monday noon. Committe in charge is composed close of the meeting. 23c of Miss Wilson, chairman, Miss Milk 2 c- !5c Coffee LB. Entertains With Party For Donald Ray James Mrs. Mount James of 737 Elm street entertained with a party Saturday afternoon in honor of the sev ! Term Haatcwv I ...... j Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Spear of j Texas arrived here recently for a i visit with relatives and friends In j Clinton and Terre Haute. Mrs No. 21 Can 10c FARMERS PRIDE PUMPKIN enth birthday anniversary of her son. Donald Ray. She was assisted by Miss Evelyn Wallace and Miss Rosemary Devine. The little guests played contests Spanish and games during the entire afternoon. Favors of Santa Claus candy baskets and decorated hats were given to those present. Following re Spear was formerly Miss Helen Webster. Friday morning Mr. and Mrs. Spear and. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Webster and family left for Mishawaka. where they were the guests of Mrs. Spear's brother. John Webster, and Mrs. Webster. Saturday they, witb a few friends, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Webster. Other guests were Cecil. Lewis and Lucille Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Alva T. M. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Don Chappalear and children, Violet. Donald Albert. Dorothy and and Louise, Mrs, Juanita Hanks and son, Carl Wayne, and Mary Kath- Kirk's Hardwater fcSllwroJ CASTILE UlysoAP 6 Bars 25C freshments were served. Those attending were Billy Cogan. Dried Apricots lb. 19c Dried Peaches lb. 15c Prunes 60-70 Size lb. 10c WalnUtS Diamond Brand English lb.25c Bulk Dates lb. 10c Olives 13-oz. Jar 25c Russell Frame, Dick Austin. Laverne Marie Birt. Vera Jane Eaton. Don ald Wayne Ruby. Billy Cene San-quenattf. Roy Gilbert Manshiu. Hilly James, Gilbert Barbee. Melda June Shelton. Helen Louise Hope. Tommy and Anne Devine. Charles Baird Sweet Pickles, qt. 29c Mabel Mills and Miss Mary Marvel. Thursday Golden Hour Class of the Salem Church to hold an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. Gloyd Earles. South 11th street. Each member to take a covered dish. Gifts will be exchanged. Eagle lodge to meet at 7 p. m. at the Eagles building at 120 South Main street. Half Century Auxiliary meet at 7:30 p. m. at Morgan's basement for initiation and flBh supper. Job's Daughters to meet at the hall on South Main street, 7:30 p. m. Caledonian Sciety to latpet at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Jenkins. 1112 North Ninth Street. 2 p. m. Assistant hostesses are Mrs. Grace Potts and Mrs. Pete Meldrum. Each member to bring a gift for the grab bag. Letter Carriers Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Sanders. North Seventh street, 7:30 p. m. Furnishing Societies of the Methodist Church will hold a Christmas-dinner at the church. 2:30 p. m. Ladies Bible class of the Christian church will meet at the borne of Mrs. Ed Cunningham, 657 South Seventh street. 2:30 p. m. Assistant hostesses are Mrs. Pearl Sears and Mrs. E. J. Hays. Each member to bring a gift for the grab bag. Friday Friday Literary circle will meet at the library. 2:30 p. m. The book to be discussed Is 'The Last Puritan" by Mrs. E. A. Evans and Mrs. 8. C. Stultz. CLABBER GIRL BAKING POWDER 3 smaii or l Large can 25c William J. Murdork. Robert Moun' James. ( arine and Raymond Fullman. Aft-j ernoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Wright and Bernard Bum-j gardner. j Yesterday they visited their un-( cle, Sam Webster at Terre Haute. lb. 25c Rex Coffee Donald Kay received many Kills. Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield E. fierrlsli Christmas CANDY of Blackman street had as their dinner guests yesterday. Dr. and Mrs W. D. Cerrish and John Ilentley of South Fifth street. Per Pound Delicious Sips Coffee lb. 17c Ivory Soap 4Sm.ars23c 3U-Bars25c Marshmallows Triple Fluffed lb. 19c Royal Crackers 21b. box 15c MazolaOil Pint Can 29c Pop Corn lb. 15c Mothers' Cocoa 2 lb. Can 19c Raisins Seediew 15-oz. Pkg. 9c Baker's Coconut Can 10c SALAD DRESSING Mr. aud Mrs. Fred rsHelman ' 10c-12'zc-15c Bloomingdaie were the weekend gueera.of Mr. and Mrs. Miner llixnii of Blm street. Miracle Whip HalfPt. 15c Pt 25c Ql 39c Mr. and Mrs. D. O. lllatt of Klin street spent yesterday in Brazil at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Kerr. Picnic Hams 191 d Pound Potatoes 35c U. S. No. 1 Peck IIIHTHIIAY KIWKIt A birthday dinner was held yes terday at the home of Mr. and Mrs Ralph Campbell on South Main Leaf Lettuce p d 1 0c street, the occasion being the anniversary of Mr. Campbell. Lodges F. A. Jerusalem Lodge. 99, Guests at the Campbell home were Mr. and Mrs. Spear and Cecil Webster are to leave Thursday for Texas. Mr. Boles of South Twelfth street, who has been 111 at his home for several months, is reported to be In a serious condition. Mrs. Rosetta Axton of Mulberry street had as her guests Saturday evening Mrs. Rebecca Hean and Mrs. William Neal of Terre Haute. Yesterday Mrs. Axton visited her brother. Jack McKimmey of West Terre Haute, who is confined to bis home with illaess. Mr. and Mrs. Champion Anderson of Trinity entertained at dinner yesterday, Mrs. Pearl Polk, Miss Dorothy Skinner of M uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Vcrlln Anderson of Anderson. Ind.. and Mrs, Edna Anderson of Clinton. Mrs. Harvey D. Kohn of New York arrived here Sunday to visit at the borne of her mother. Mrs. Glendora Smith of South Seventh street until after the holidays. John D. Evans of Columbus, O . returned to his home today after vsiitlng at the home of his cousins. Thomas J. Davis of North Main street, and David T. Davis of Fair-view. Miss Sarah Davis of North Third street accompanied bim to Terre Haute. a James Inman of 108 Sooth 13th street Is reported to be confined to bis borne with iUness. Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. Campbell f5 M., will bold a called meeting tomorrow night at 7 o'clock at the ball on South Main street. and family of near Dana. 288 Siie Doien Oranges Letters of regret were read from their sons. Florence Campbell of San Bernardino. Cal., and Wilbur G. Campbell of Akron. O Tangerines D Mr. Campbell received several Pork Chops Lean -romd 22c O I PORK SHOULDER 1 J 1 Koast po-d i 2 c Steak beef lo,n 19c Link Sausage 20c Oleo Deinw -2 ,b- 29c Peanut Butter p 15c nice gifts. 25c 15c 5c 25c 25c 13th Reuben Linhart of South Each Grape Fruit street is very ill at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sizeiuore and son and Miss Lucille Sizemore of Terre Haute spent yesterday in Clinton visiting relatives and friends, Meeting Postponed The meeting of the Hi-Tri Circle of the Christian church, which was to have been held this evening at tbe some of Miss Margaret Early-wine on North Water street, bas been postponed indefinitely, Additional Social on Pace 6 Get your tickets for Junior Cla ' Play. Onremtwr 14. Bananas 4 Pounds aby's Cold Poundi Apples 6 Proved best by two generations of mothers. VI cits VAPORua Get your tickets for Junior rta Play, December 14. tS

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