The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 9, 1936 · Page 3
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December 9, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Wednesday, December 9, 1936 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page 3 Silver Tea Held at LEFTISTS GAIN AT CATALONIA; Home of Mrs. Kell HILLSDALE H. S. PLAY ON RADIO CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES MADRID WAITS One of a series of silver teas ion ducted by the women of the Meth (Continued trnm raffa 1) odist church was held yesterday aft SOCIAL CALENDAR ernoon at the home of Mrs. F. T. Annual Christmas Dinner and Party Of DelphiansHel Kell on llluckmaii street. (ItiestB attending were Mesriiimes Another Production to Be Given at Schoolhouse Next Wednesday HILLSDALK, Dec. !i- -A play entitled 'TetUcoiit HiiKudc" was broaden st from Term Maine Monday aft Wednesday Past Nobles Grand will hold J. V, Swayne. Jessie DoukIiis. Kiln Win when a rebel plane shot down a seaplane fn the service of the French embassy near Pastrana. CuudaJu-Jara. Lisbon reported that the rebel fleet fired on and damaged a Russian cargo ship near Gibraltar, and then drove the ship Into Cadiz. Anderson. 11. M. Ferguson, Encho meeting at the I. O. O. F. hall on llcllilmiM Hold Party luxt KvenliiK Shew. K. A. Evans. Kity WriKht, Ar South Main street, 0:30 p. m. Fol At Hrnnct of Mr. Dnve NuIiiiuikI On lllttekiiutn Street ernoon by the lilnh school junior lowing a Christmas program and thur TnmlmiiKh and S. C. Stultz. A social hour was enjoyed. BLACK-NOBLETT grab bag will he enjoyed. PYTHIAN SISTERS MEET Business and Professional Worn en's club to hold a Christmas din Enjoyable Program Civen at W.C.T.U. Meeting Yesterday An enjoyuhlo program of the W. C. T, U. was held yeaieiduy after-tiooii at t tie homo of Mrs. C. C. TVaree on South Fifth street. Mrs. R. M. Stwalley, president of the society, presided ut the meeting. Mm. Ben Sims wan the. leader of the program and Mm. (.race Roberts, the devotional, Kh had hb hnr theme for the afternoon "Peace on Earth. Good Will to Men." Following Mm. Arthur TmnhatiKh sang a vocal solo "The Birthday nf a King." She was accompanied at the piano by Miss Zoe Sharp. Miss Lenore Merriman read an In teresting paper on "War," and Mm. Tint an n mil Christmas dinner and party of tlio Dolhiaiis was held last welling Bl the home of Mrs. Dave Iuhh. They wern aeeoinpmih'd by Curl Kiser, principal , and Mi I'uekett. mnnic tejtelier. Ann) her piny, " Honey innon Inn," will be presented at the nchool house Wednesday evening. December 1 ner at the K. of P. hall on Black Miss Marie Noblett of New Goshen Siilniond on Blaikinan street. Ah man street. Dinner will be served promptly at 7 p. m. Following, all and James Black were married last HlHtH lit hoHtcBHCS wore Miss Dorothy Saturday In Paris. members will exchange gifts. Devonalo! and Miss Ignore Merrl .Mr. and Mrs. sain HiikhcH were inn II. Members planning to attend are to get In touch with Miss Elizabeth attendants of the younu couple. Dinner wan served at 7 p. m Gifts for the men on your list and the man in your life. Starting with "friends of the family," this huge stock of gifts for men takes a lady by the arm and escorts her in stylish safety right up to the The regular business meeting of the Pythian Misters was held lust evcnliiK at the K. of P. Hall on fllnekniun street. DtiriUK the business session plans were made to hold a Christmas party at the hall on Tuesday evening of next week. At that time each member is asked to bring a can of fruit, which will lie sent to the Pythian home at Lafayette for Christinas. Following tiie business session a Wilson, phone 129, by Monday They are making their home for tile present with Mrs. Martha Single laHt evening to the guests at one noon. long table, which had as its cente Committe in charge Is composed Leslie Ktilins and family of Mullein Bpent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kiihns. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Mebh"r of ne:ir Summit Grove and Mary and Clarice Harper of Cayuga .spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Honcbrake. Sam Underwood and daughter. ploce a large howl of chrysanthe of Miss Wilson, chairman, Miss ton of Vine street. Mr. Black Is em ployed on the WPA. ... Entertains Employe Mabel Mills and Miss Mary Marvel, mum and tapers. Favors and place cards were in the color scheme of blue and silver. Emma Hutton gave a reading "Th Thursday Roy Snow, manager of the Clin New Church Organ," in a pleasing After the dinner a Christmas story Half Century Auxiliary to meet I stuff practice was held. Ella, spent Sunday in Chrisnian. Ill was well given by Miss Reva Mill manner. in club rooms In South Main street as the c'lewtH of Orlando Tomlinson Mib. Stephen F. Lumpp of Chi and Christmas carols were sung by The next meeting will be held at 7:30 p. m. the entire group. Gifts were ex January 12 at the home of Mrs and family. Supper Tonight Choir of the Methodist Church ciiko is visiting at the home of her mother. .Mrs. Clenna Houser of changed. Clarence Wright on Blackmail will meet at the church 7 p, m The M. 10. Aid members will serve North Seventh street, and Mrs. Carl Golden Hour Class of the Salem street. members attending were mes-dames J. F. Adams. J. L. Hayek. Ar a chicken nupper Wednesday eve D. Williams. Church to bold an all day meeting nlner. December !) in the Fane Clark thur Tombaugh, T. L. Taylor, Gail Mrs. Lumpp was formerly Miss Lodge Holds Election building. Hennis, Dora 8mlth, Grace Walker Veradoyne Houser. at the home of Mrs. Gloyd Earles, South 11th street. Each member to take a covered dish. Gifts will be Mrs. Carl Johnson entertained thr Of Officer Recently Gurney Folti and J. A. Wright and Miss Anna Catherine Walker. Miss members of her euchre club at he? exchanged. ton Auto company, entertained with a dinner last evening for his employes at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Helms on South Fifth street. There were 15 in attendance. Following the dinner a social time was enjoyed. At a meeting of the Sunshine circle of the Presbyterian church held Monday evening the teachers elected for the ensuing year were Mrs. Ora Doyle. Mrs. Charles Vaughn and Mrs. Arthur Auer. In yesterday's Clintonian It was stated that Mrs. Myrtle Bonner was elected teacher, which was a typographical error. Miss Viola Vantuia, teacher at the Universal school, waa unable to teach yesterday on account of Ill home Friday afternoon. Prizes were The annual election of officers of Eagle lodge to meet at 7 p No Man s ..and No Man s Land is also an island near Marthas Vincvrv-1 Sunshine Camip, Royal Neighbor of awarded to Mrs. Harry Jones, high: and Mrs. Klvan Vrluht. low. at the Eagles building at 120 South Virginia Salmond was a guest. Club Vill Hold Party America of Blanford, was held re Main street. Mrs. fcsehol Bennett, attended a cently. Half Century Auxiliary meet at bridtre Huh mfefinj Tuesday at th. At Hartman Home Soon Officers elected for the ensuing home, South Third street, 7:30 p. m home of Mrs. Malik I.eek in St. linr- one man she wants to go to town for and to the allar with. Men, like women, like nice things to wear and men like women who give them. Whether you pay 50 cents or $25 for a Rosenblatt gift, just remember this . . . that you can not say "here is my hand" or "here is my heart" in any better language to a man who lives in Clinton and knows the Rosenblatt store. GIVE HIM Shirts Flannel Rob-? Pajamas Hats Kisiery Neckwear Muffler Sweater Luggage Topcoat Suit Rosenblatts year were oracle. Lucille Marcinko A. B. C. Club will meet at the ii ice. The regular business meeting of past oracle, Angeline Marietta; vice Makine Worth While Efforts Let a man have firm faith that he is born to do some day what at the moment seems totally impossible and it is fifty to one that he does it before he dies so great is the power of faith when applied to human endeavor Claud Ponton has moved to Cat- home of Mrs. Roy Butts on Cromp ton Hill, 7:30 p. m, the A. B. C. club was held last eve oracle, Agnes Bohinc; recorder, ning at the home of Mrs. Roy Butts lin, III., and fiert Brown has moved into the home formerly occupied b,T Moose lodge to meet at 7 p. m Mary pesavento; receiver, Jopcphine Perona; chancellor, Angeline Forte; on Crompton Hill. at the hall on Blackman street. Ponton. During the business session plans GAMMA Gamma Sigma Sorority ness. Miss Virgin In Lnhrmai.. who i were discussed for the annual marshal. Veda Bohfnc; assistant marshal). Mary Criglione; Inner sentinel, Bessie Runyan, outer sentinel. to meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Mrs. Everett Helms of Clinton ployed in Clinton, spent Sundiv Christmas party to be held at the Crumley, South Third street, 8 p. m. substituted for her. home of Mrs. F. M.. Hartman at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ernent Lolirman. Delphians to hold a Christmas If a Cold Threatens.. South Third street, neit Wednesday Mrs. Ray Hammersley. Mrs. Lew- party at the home of Mrs. Dave Sal Mr, and Mrs. Harold Rns-II of evening. Is H. Reed and Mrs. Roy James Clara' Gottardl; manager, Anna Ozella ; musician, Delena Perona ; physician. Dr. Clubh; Faith. Christina Runyan; Courage, Julia Marcinko; Modesty. Cecilia Giordano; Unselfishness, Judith Giacolettl; En Dana visited relat'ves line Sundav mond, Blackman street, 7 p. m. Assistant hostesses are Miss Lenore Timely use of this Following the business hour, was played with prizes going to were dinner guests of Mrs. Frank Kuhn of north of the city yesterday. Merriman and Miss Dorothy Devon- Mrs. Hartman, Mrs, Everett Peck aid. especially designed laid for nose and ) upper throat, helps prevent many colds. READ THE ADS Attend IHiiner 30 p. m. at Morgan's basement durance, Hazel Runyan; flagbearer, Clementina Guerri; captain. Helen and Mrs. Butts. ' Mrs. Vern Axtell Is for initiation and fish supper. Among the Clinton people who 30 and 50c h- Marietta and juvenile director, Ag-i Job's Daughters to meet at the attended a democratic dinner at the VlCKS VATRO NOL nes Bohfnc. (Jet your tickets for Junior 'laH I'lay, IVcemhcr 14. I2U hall on South Main street, 7:30 p. 3 Hostess for Club Meet m. SORORITY HOLDS MEET Caledonian Society to nfteet at MrsrVefn Axtell of the Clinton- Claypool hotel at Indianapolis last night were Mrs. Henry King. Mrs. F. L. Swinehart, Miss Ha Jenkins. Dr. C. M .Zink, Mark Lyday, Kenneth Nelsou, Homer Mitchell, Wil-mot Connor, and Doreen Holt of Indianapolis, formerly of Clinton, the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Jenkins, Terre Haute Road was hostess for 1112 North Ninth Street, 2 p. m. As Gamma Gamma Sigma sorority the meeting of the Alpha Club at held its regular business meeting sistant hostesses are Mrs. Grace Potts and Mrs. Pete Meldrum. Each BAKER'S I her home yesterday afternoon last evening at the home of Mrs Guests of the club were Mrs. Tony member to bring a gift for the grab Ethel Crumley of South Third Paul Sturm of Dana and W. C. Wait of Newport. - ; Marietta and Mrs. Harold, Mack. bag. .-. ... - . streets?- , -.. r During the. business session plans Plans were discussed for a Christ uroi inrrr Letter Carriers Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. Lawrence IlLULIULLO mas party to be held in two weeks were made for a Christmas party to be held In two weeks at the home of Sanders, North Seventh street, 30 p. m. Furnishing Societies of the Meth HOSPITAL NEWS Miss Marjorie Tompkins, who has been In St. Authony's hospital In Terre Haute since Saturday morning because of injuries sustained in an auto accident, was removed to her home on Elm street Monday. a Scarf &. Tam Sets jf Brushed Wool. Fancy JS' Knits, Suede. Angora and Velvet. p COLORS: coronation fjv red. blue and green, ;'f white, rust, navy and j! combination colors. 59c -$1-oo $1-99 1 Lounging Pajamas Flannel Robes Hostess odist Church will hold a Christmas party at the church, 2:30 p. m. at the home of Miss Bessie Dicks on Elm street, i ' Following the business session cootie was enjoyed. Members attending were Mes-dames John Swickard, John Car-nell, Harry Dowdy, Rachel Bozarth. Miss Mary Ellen Satterlee, Mias Dicks, Miss Sarah Shew and Miss Barbara Carrera. Ladies Bible class of the Chris tian church will meet at the home Robes of las ' t TA ' ; 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. Addison Foltz of Route 3, who has been a patient at the Vermillion County hospital for the past two weeks, is slightly improved. f-epes Satin 1 Corflurov aurf Mrs. C. M. Zlnk on Mulberry street. Bridge was played at three tables with prizes awarded to Mrs. Agnes Rae, high; Mrs. W. B. Nichols, low, and Mrs. Marietta guest, Montezuma Couple Married Saturday Announcement Is made of the marriage of Miss Cloessie HInes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hines of -Montezuma, and Harvey Gosuell. son of Ed Closnell, also of Montezuma. The marriage was solemnized Saturday at 6 p. m., December 5. at the parsonage of Rev. H. G. Muuiow at Danville, 111. Prior to the marriage of Mrs. flos-nrll she made her home with Mrs. Eva Shew of -Montezuma. Combination Material 11 Friday Outing Club will hold its annu- 1 Christmas dinner at the home of M'illiam Franklin Allen of North Seventh street, who sustained a broken hip several days ago. is getting alnug fairly well. Mrs. Paul Flecther on Elm street at p. m. Friday Literary circle will meet lil'NCO IMItTk' K.VJOVIOI) Seven tables of bunco were played last evening: at the American Lesion Auxiliary bunco parly. whiYh was held at the Legion home on South Third street. Mi-b. George Sanders was the recipient of the high score prize; Mrs. Gerald Martin, bunco; Mrs. A. J. Wheat, low, and Mrs. Bert Lambert, travel. Another party will be held next Tuesday evening. ACCESSORIES . BAGS in Kid. Patent, Antelope, Supde and Kur Fabric. 59c $1.00 $1.99 $2.99 CLOVES In Kid, Ku'(f (h;nille and Pert ex. 59c 79c $1.00 $1.69 $1-99 Mrs. (). S. Ilavis of North Main at the library, 2:30 p. m. The book fit ; . ; if $3 -95 $4-95 $5-95 o be discussed Is "The Last Puri tan" by Mrs. E. A. Evans and Mrs. 1 'if. St v. street, who sustained a broken hip several days ago. is getting along satisfactorily, according to reports from the Vermillion Couuty C. Stultz. The young couple have gone to housekeeping at 537 East Main White Shrine Galilee Temple No. 7 will hold a banquet at 6 p. ra. at Masonic Temple, Terre Haute. Ceremonial services to be held at 7:30 p. m. street. Danville, where the groom is ft j"- "r, " m7psn s L- . i employed at a mine. SODALITY HOLDS MEET Tuesday TWIN SWEATER SETS In brimheo wool, zephyr knits, nut de cloth and fancy knits. For the one who desires a more practical gift, we offer the best in Dress Coats $12.95 -$29.95 SportCoats $12.95 -$1 9.95 SILK DRESSES Kor All Ormsioiis $3.95 $4.95 $6.95 $8.95 $2.99 Hid. k, while and lnh htiadeu. Pythian Sisters staff and officer 'practice and mock initiation at the hall on Blackman street at 7 p. m Welcome Class of the Christian Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Ruth Perona, Elm street, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Lawrence Shannon will be In charge of the lesson, and Shirley Earles. the entertainment. Each member Is to bring a gift for the ftra1 bag. I S BLOUSES In CrepeK and Satin $1.99 firoiip A of the Younir Women's sodality of the Sacred Heart church held Its regular business meeting last night at the home of MisB Mary Murdoclc on Blackman street. Following the business session, bridge furnished the entertainment of the evening. ' Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Dom Costello. high; Mrs. Wayne Jensen, second high: Miss Esther Hohner, third, and Miss Josephine Murdock, low. A Christmas party will be held In two weeks at the home of Mrs. Jensen on the Cllnton-Terre Haute road. Mr. and Mrs. Crover C. Dewey, who have been living in Fairvlew Park, have moved to 330 North Seventh street. LINGERIE 3 Gowns How Much Brighter Christmas Will 1 1 Wil HOSE Pajamas Teddies M Be In a Redecorated Home . SB Mil. I.LKWKLLYV IH CRITICAL David Llewellyn of Vine street, who has been III for the past several months, is in a critical condition. TV A r a- . W-i ianceties .Pantie, 5 tr Rollins and Bettersilk Smart women love their sheer beauty that is su r-p r i s 1 n g 1 y combine d with long life. 5'S . U Gt your tkkedt fur J unit flaws Play, December 14. t'JUi v " is? a Match the cheerfulness of the Christmas season with cheerful surroundings. It's wise to redecorate at this season. Prices are low, service is better and stocks are complete. What wife would fail to appreciate a redecorated home as a Christmas gift? $2-95 Vvt-r onp Is pure thread Boxed Hankies silk in tai- I o r e d and 1 lace trimmed -! models. Make v o u r selec-jtiong now Paint Glass Wall Paper 59c 79c $1.00 Hand made, hand rolled hems, touches of hand embroidery and applique trims 50c 69c 1 5 'i- While our 8to k is most SPECIAL FOR TWO WEEKS! "Coolette" MACIIINELESS WAVE The Only ttO ff Machiiielcss IVrfn-t 4U1VU Method ALL -OIL WAVE C A CA With .New Materials, only. JL aW W Others $2.50 and $3.50 MODERN WAY BEAUTY SHOP 350 South Main Street complete. Marshall & Son V. ! J BAKER'S 139 EIra Street Phone 92 Phone 110 if?; "

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