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

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Thursday, December 10, 1936 hemorrhage Friday and is In a crit daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Srnrrs Lon Term L. McCord attended a Christmas par- his automobile and garage. Mrs. Golds Peters of Indianapolis spent Hie week end with her mother, Mrs. Martha Doggetl. Mrs. Peters was called here by the death of her uncle, John Tucker of Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hughes and son, Cordon, of Kokomo are visiting Mr, liughes' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kdgar Pinegar. Hines, to Harvey ;osneil, son of Ed (iosnell. They will reside, at Pan-ville. III., where Mr. aTsneil lsm,-ployed at a mine.' ' 1 UNIVERSAL UMWA AUXILIARYMEETS Women Plan Christmas Party at Koyal Neighbor Hall on December 21 I'NIVICKSAb. Dec lu-Tlio Ladles' Auxiliary of Hit- I'. M. W. of A. met at the home of Mrs. J'"' lira"-Ker Monday niRlit. flans were made for a Christmas puny to he held at Hi" Tloyal Neighbors' hall December 21. Following tin' business nieetinc. refreshments were served :nnl the evening wns spent socially. ical condition. Mrs. Charles Griffin and daughter. Dorothy, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dee Brower. Mrs. H. C. White of Indianapolis spent .Monday with Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Phillips. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Cloesle Hines. y and meeting of the Parke County- Mrs. Parke Lowe of Terre Haute spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mtb. Russell Vlbbert. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Hughes spent Sunday with Mr. Hughes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hughes, at Bloomingdale. Frank Hughes, who is S2 years old, sustained a cerebral War Mothers at Rorkville Thursday. Two Fires The (ire department was called to he home of Ancil Cox Wednesday to Oldest Vice Presidents Vice Presidents Curtis and Tompkins were sixty-nine when inaugurated, the oldest U take office.. extinguish a small roof blare and to he home of Pearly Iteech Thursday to extinguish a Are which destroyed f r svjTlS "MS 4 (jive fiot the Mr. and Mrs. Halih Wickstrum of Indianapolis spent Sunday wltli d the whole an FAAAILY Kuth Moran jpMaTeaTMaaTa I ? As this picture was taken, Ruth Moran, 21-year-old divorced mother of a three-year-old child, was being taken to Wisconsin state penitentiary to start serving a 14-year term for the murder of her lover, Herbert Winters, 4:i. at Kenosha, Wis., on Oct is. MONTEZUMA AID 1 fSJs j IS ENTERTAINED Mrs. Claude Cook Is. Hostess for Christian Church Group on Thursday Mrs. Wickstrum's sister. Mrs. Join Karins, and Mr. Kairns and family Mrs. lsabelle Farrinston visif'i' relatives In Terre Haute Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marsee Cox of Terre Haute were Sunday evenins guests of the Farrinstons. Mies Elisabeth Vethonic, who has been visiting relatives at Indianapolis for several weeks, returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Keece visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reece and Mr. and Mrs. Thanny Foils and family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ross and liaby son Hobbie of Luwrenceville. 111., spent Sunday with Mis Itoss' parents. Mr and Mrs. Herman Mai-rtn. , Miss Margaret Mnlveski of Chi faRO is visitiiiB her father, Steve Mulveskl. August Vanzo Jr. of the C. C. C. eaiimp at tVaveland spent the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs August Vanao. Misses Helen and Emma Corse of Indianapolis were here over the weekend visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oorse. Mrs. John Craig and Mrs. Robert Aitkins are in Detroit visiting Mrs. Craig's sister, Mrs. James Clarkson, who is very ill in the hospital there. Miss Margaret Rolando of Detroit was a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Roland recently. Mr. and Mrs. Joe granger and daughter Beverly Lou motored to Indianapolis recently to visit Mrs. granger's 'mother Mrs. Cora Richards, who has been very ill. Mrs. Richards is improving slowly. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Feuthprland of Indianapolis were here last Thursday visiting Henry Feather-land and Ed Keck. Mr. and Mrs. John Louden of Klondyke visited Sunday with Mr. end Mrs. Jack Lucas. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prohaska of New Goshen were also guests of the Lucas' recently. Jack Lewis of the c. C. C. ramp spent the weekend with bis parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis. The J. and F. Sewing club mel at the borne of Mrs. Frank Uian-rhetiti Thursday. At noon luncheon was served. Those present were Mrs. Vanzo. .Mrs. Clarence Reece and Miss Margaret Veroske. a Va IS M ON'TKZl'M A. Dec. 1U Mrs. , Claude Cook, assisted by Mrs. J. A j Pickel, entertained the members of the Aid Society of the Christian j church at her home Thursday. i Mrs. Karl Bradley and daughter, , Phyllis Ann, spent from W'ednesda; , until Sunday with Mrs. Verne Wag goner and family at Danville, 111 Pbvllis Ami remained for a few , weeks visit. Mrs, Robert Kurns recently enter tained the members of her Sunda; school class of the Presbyterian .U - ' '' -4 church at a party in the church din. ing room, flames and contests were ate appreciated 6?htbtma5 Qifa Regardless of how much you want to pay, or whom the gift is for, you'll find an electric appliance for every name on your shopping list. These up-to-date, handsome gifts for the home give years of convenience, comfort and pleasure and re-mind the receiver of the thoughtfulness of the giver. Let the dealers listed below hdp you with your shopping ... and make this an electrical Christmas. Ste tkait Pealeti for Uctical (fifits ii laved with nriz.es being won by Charlotte McKeown and Hetty Pay ton. Mrs. Joseph Mankin and Mrs. W VISIT US AT L'AMOR CAFE At Our Present Location for Real Good Food! Plate Lunches, Dinners and Genuine Italian Food. Managed by our chef, Mr. Alfier ,i OoJy Words With Three Doubles Bookkeeper and bookkeeping are the only two words in the English language that have three double letters in succession. "UVE BETTER . . . 4.IVE ELEaRtCAtty" jg Do Your Christmas Shopping at 1 STERCHI'S a A Gift of Jewelry Will Be Long Cherished I Diamond RING 20 -Point Cen-r. Six 8id 6ton Mountings. $3312 1 13 0 1 j 1 9. Watches 8, Elgin 35i Waltham Jj0 Bulova rjjj Ladies' or Centlemen'e Standard Jeweled ' Watchee. W $855 DIAMONDS Diamond Set Rings $8.76 to $250.00. Diamond Sot Wedding Rings, $8.00 Ue. 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