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December 10, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Thursday, December 10, 1936 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page 5 Tli" public is invited. The ff-oreds will go to fepair the chuich in the spring. gion hall WediMHilay. Many lovely pictures are being furnished. CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES BAZAAR PLANNED AT JONESTOWN HOSPITAL NEWS U.IIy Jam h. who I a patient at the I'n.on Hospital at 1it Haut. in pcttinc alonjr as will an fan !; f xprt d. Mr. Janus wan injured in a mint' ar ifjent about three wt-kn aE. Hh in now allowed to have 4 fid win. e striker upent I (il.lXe. f'eai triHit surl Mrs. M r. MarJen M i h. .m First Power-ririvea Fost Flane The first pow er-d riven plane p tarry postal matter is said to h been designed and flown by Han Glade, German, in 1WJ. Mis. Dii'-y Jinimie Dno. and datiKhte Thursdaj witli ( I The Cfimpai SOCIAL CALENDAR Mrs. Ceorge Walthall Entertains Officers Of Lodge With Party nt Ho j'ttl I'lil: mm t lifMM'- of Mr. and Mr I ei Annual Dinner of Business Women Held Last Night T'liiti lo KMHiwir PuMIc liriilgi- Parly Thurwlnv. !. SM: Cimmilttom AniMtintod for Affair 1GJIZL3 Discontent and Duty A Rood man find a wise man mnv at times be angry with the world, at times grieved for it; but be mm no man was ever discontented witli the world who did his duty in it. "lr n-'' Joim's of It. ft. 3. who lift Ik en a put it nt nt ! li Itoln-rt Iajus. hisnttal lor th pant ten days I imp roving. Home AUrMivH) INM4iiiwi Keeping with Hoi Mlii ' H 1 IH1 K I M I u ri 11 K Event Scheduled for December 15; Entertainment to Be Presented JONESTOWN, ! r J 0.. A basilar ill V fOllduMed Dff. 1 t t hf high school liuilditiK by t he Companion class of t he !i. rhunh. KupHT will 1m srv'd after 5 p in , consisting of sandwiches, chili, pie. collee and cake. A play and other entertainment will be given at H o'dock. Many useful Chusfinas g.I'ts made by the class will be on sal". holm J'cids y n - glit A business sex-f-ititi w.ik Ik id after hi b cmdies and (ookieh wen- S'-ived und contests weje enjoyed li.v ail. The clasr ?iid th ir fainili.-s will meet at the ball here le 22ni for a Christmaii supper. Mr and Mrs. Eugene Stewart spent Sat urda w h h Mr. a nd Mm. James Green and family. Mrs. King" class met at the le R II Wilson, who fiudfrweht an operation at th" Vtymillion cminty hospital about ten days aso, as removed to his home on South Thursday Half Century Auxiliary lo meet in club rooms in South Main street at 7:30 p. m. Choir of the MethodiBt Church-will meet at the church 7 P. m. Eagle lodge to meet at 7 p. m. at the Eagles building at 120 South Main street. A. B. C. Club will meet at the 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. GAMMA Gamma Sigma Sorority to meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Crumley, South Third street, 8 p. m. Double-Barreled Purpose The person who goes about with a double-barreled purpose to make a living and to do good is bound to find sooner or later that other people will be glad to help him do it. Mrs. George Walthall of South Fourth street delight fully entertained with a party for all offiters of Jerusalem Chapter, 254, O. E S. at her home last evening, whlrh was beautifully decorated in keep Sixth street this morning. Mrs. Ella Jackson was removed from the Vermillion county hospital to her home in Dana yesterday. ing with the season's colors. Bridge furnished the entertain An enjoyable and annual Chrim-inan dinner and party of the Buni-nen and Professional Women's club was held last evening at the K. of P. hall on Black man street. Following the arrival of the members. thy were directed to the dining room, which had as its center of attraction a large Christmas tree, beautifully lighted. At the base of the tree were presents, which were later distributed to the niemberR. A delicious chicken dinner waF served at one long table. It had as its centerpiece a small, lighted tneut of the evening with the prize awarded to Mrs. E. A. Lewin. Job's Daughters to nwet at the Refreshimr?nts were served to the hall on South Main Btreet. 7: SO p. guests at small tables, having m. centerpieces tall red tapers. Favor? Letter Carriers Auxiliary will were given to the guests. meet at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Rudolpha Cbiado of Blanford was removed to her home yesterday from the Vermillion county hospital. Addison Foitz of wt "I the city, who has le n 111 at the Verm ill ioji County hospital for t e eral days, was removed to hia home yesterday afternoon. H" in tiUivz along as wHl as can be expected. Those attending were Mesdames Sanders. North Seventh street, Tom Lewis. Fred Van Horn. E. A. Lewin. William Gil toy. John Gil-motir. Walter Leeds, William Kelly. Earl Turner. Agnes Rae, Corinne Hail, and William Roberts and tht Misses Louise Hayek. Ruth Harri son. Marie Field and Miss Esther Bays of Philadelphia, a sister of !Mrs. Jack raugherty is in th Coleniau hospital in Ind tanapolis where she underwent an operation Monday. Mrs. Walthall. Mr. and Mrs. D. O Bursa n, Mr. and Mrs. Gurney FolU tree. Place cards and a small candy Santa Claus were attractively arranged at each plate. Immediately following, a contest furnished the entertainment of the evening with the recipients of the ph7.es being Miss Ethel Mae and Miss Margaret Griffiths. Tommy Weir entertained with two accordion numbers. At the conclusion of the program a business meeting was conducted by the president. Mrs. Henry Hca-ton. At that time plans were di6-cussed for the club to sponsor a public bridge party on Thursday January 28. the place to be an-nouned at a later date. Committees appointed for the affair are as follows: prizes. Miss Mabel Aeord. Miss Helen Newport und Mrs. H. A. Moore; place. Mi Marguerite Jones and Mrs. Archie Nolan: refreshments. Miss Ceorge Firestone entered t lie Robert L"n?: hospital in Indianapolis for an operation last week. 7:30 p. m. Friday Outing Club will bold its annual Christmas dinner at the home of MrB. Paul Flecther on Elm street at 1 p. m. Friday Literary circle will meet at the library, 2:50 p. m. The book to be discussed Is "The Last Puritan" by Mrs. E. A. Evans and Mrs. S. C. Stultz. White Shrine Galilee Temple No. 7 will hold a banquet at 6 p. m. at MaBonic Temple, Terre Haute. Ceremonial services to be held at 7:30 p. m. Rebekabs will bold a meeting at the 1. O. O. F. hall on South Main street. 7:30 p. m. Following a business session a Christmas entertainment will be held. Each nwm-ber is asked to bring a can of fruit to be Bent to the I. O, O. F. home at Greensliurg and a small gift for the Mrs. Callie Slover of South Ninth ut eet who h"p been confined to h"r ' r-ie with illness for the past week. :s improving. and Robert Anderson. EXTERTAIAS (M B Mrs. Willard Berrv of South Third street entertained the members of the Wednesday Bunco club st her home last evening. IurihE the business session plans were completed for a Christmas party to he held at the home of Mrs. CharleF Crsne of Fairview in the near f" ture. r.uwo wan fMijnvwl wMH nri-h wa r d ed t.n M rs . J f k AiP !? m high; Mrs. Frank Michel i. fnm- nrl Mrs. John Fonter, low. Mrs. Suicide Founded Festival China's celebrated Dragon Festival, annually observed throughout the country, originated in the suicide by drowning of -nn early Chinese statesmsin-noet Chin Yuan. Elizabeth "Wilson. Miss Mary Mar grab bag. vel and Miss Mabel Mills: candy. Faraco's Art Jewelry Shop 215 South Main Street Phone 349-W gwpt "Hliam Cull received the prize. Tuesday Miss Esther Clayton: card tables Mrs. Mallie H. Marshall: cards Miss Ruth Richards and tallys, Mrs Outward Courtesy There is no outward sign of cour-leey that does not rest on a deep moral foundation. ttia rrist. I'lvot and progressive bridge will be played. The elub has been divided Into two groups to sell tickets with Miss Marie Field and Miss Barbara Car- Bible Aids Mancbu Language Bibles printed in the nearly extinct Manchu language help to keep that language alive. rera as leaders. . Those attending were Mesdames Louis Lemstra. Marshall. Heaton. Creamer l aed Since 1750 The creamer did ot come into Pythian BiuterB Btaif 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 Mtb. Ruth Perona, Elm Btreet, 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 Rift for the prah bac. Clinton Township Home Economic Club wili hold an all-day meeting at the home of Mre. Harry Van Duyn of west of the city. All members planning to attend are to he there at 11 a. m. Paul Thompson; tJolatr. Stna Hes- common use ii: the ciiloi.iea until ton' 17 lar. A. TVasaerman. Harold Mills and Frist, and the Misses Maty ( harles. Mabel Acord. Carrera, Margaret HotchkiBs. Ruth Richards, Elizabeth Wilson. Mary Marvel. Glenna Miller. Ethel and Mar t r Bridge Club Holds Meet Wednesday The I Deal bridge club met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Martin Lanzone on South Fourth street for its regular meeting. Bridge was played at two tableL with Iiinh score priae awarded to Mrs. Waiter Jones and Mrs" liay-mmid Gilfoy. low und travel. The next meeting will be held January 6 at the home of Mrs. Olin Glasson on South Main street. MM-IKTV M.KKTS The Altar Society of the St. Joseph's church of ("niversa! held it recti lar monthly meeting at the home nf Mrs. Joe Vanzo recently, . After a short business snion refreshments were served. Members present were Mesdames Nick l-ti'-arclli. William Counsel. John Se'ondino, Anthony Scioirln. John Amhro. Anne Soyaeh. Mary M"Cfwkey. Varv Millar. John Knltis 1 il o a TTh garet Griffiths. Fields. Jones. Bettie w Lodges Cunningham and Mills. The committee in charge of the meeting was composed of Miss Wilson, chairman. Miss Marvel and Miss Mills. a BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Vermillion Chapter. 125, 11. A M.. will hold a special meet-tomorrow at 7 p. m. Work in Mark and Past Master degrees. FOR EVERY PURPOSE ing the MARY ALICE HOUSTON TO APPEAR IN RECITAL For: l-awrenre Marketta. Tnnv Rnxxiiue Paul Polish and d;iuzht"r. and j Miss Mary Alice Houston, of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Houstou Ja hips Hcrmnod. Alice Bozzaui was the assistant hostess. of Walnut street, will appear in a student recital this evening at 7 o'clock in the Meliarry Hall. Miss Houston, a violin student of rofessor Berg, will play Phantasy Mr Miid Mrs, ijj,.k .MiK i.phh VannpsA of l ptropt Iihvp mnvpd tr V'miiiipsh and 7'H Ttldf-kmn 52 South For: Picnics Dinners Lodges Home Use on Russian Themes by mmmmmnm . nimwiiu iiiiwwm .bw 9-jm.mm ji n.m ----- - - ,,,,, vr -,- : , i .x-m Miss Km rah Downing entertained the members of the Wednesday Bridge Club at her home yesterday. Cuests were Mrs. W. O. Curtis. Mrs. Ora Doyle and Miss Bessie Van Duyn. Bridge was played at three tables with prizes awarded to Mrs. W. B. Nichols and Mrs. Curtis. The next meeting will be held in four weeks at the home of Mrs. J. N. Frist of Blackman street. Mrs. Frances Southard of Alliu-xiuerque. New Meiico. is spending today at the home of her mother. Mrs. C. Hammersley of South Third street. She is leaving this evening for her home after spending the suqi-m Clinton visiting relatives and friends. I'liriMman Dinner HHil Twenty-one members of the past Fifth Htrrpt lo makp thnir home. Banquets Reunions Socials Scenery m m m Mrs. Mary Stitb of South Main 0 Ttnir ti,kp fiw Junliw (! Play. l)vi'Lnilor 14. a street is recuperating nicely at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Topoiosek of North Twelfth street. Mrs Htitii recently underwent an operation at a hospital at I Have Re-opened My Office at the CLINTON HOTEL DR. OTT CASEY Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs Claude Davidson uf ban vi He. Ind . were the Sunday guestM of Mr. aud Mrs. Sum Howley of South Eighth street. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pribhle of; We Have Installed a 'Jiffy' Re- Winder Clean, White Newsprint in Convenient Rolls No Cores to Carry! No Deposits Required! Peoria have returned to their hom after spending the weekend here visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Minnie Hol;ton of R. R. 3. who sustained a badly cut foot last Friday while chopping kindling, is improving. Bis BottloJIiV (iet four tlrkrtn for Junior Cls Play. llerrmlKT 14. t21t Nobles Orand enjoyed a Christmas dinner last evening at the I. O. O. F. Hall on Kouth Main street. Following the dinner gifts were exchanged. A game furnished th entertainment o fine evening with priien given to Mrs. John Charles. Mrs. W. J. Curry and Mrs. Agnes Marine Sam Rawley of South Eighth Kighth street, who has been con fined to his home with illness for several days, n now able to be out. C. H Stevenson of Souli Third street it confined to his home with illness. . Mrs. Katharine Haaso of North Third street and Mrs Ceorse Wil-hite of Fairview visited friends in Terre Haute yesterday. phest Colds Beit treated ci " without "dosine" Save wear and tear on linen. Just use clean, white paper on the tables at your next organization dinner. It costs only a few cents and may be burned afterward. Try it once. That's all we ask. Rolled to Your Order IN ANY AMOUNT 10 Yards Equal One Pound Paper Is 34 Inches Wide 2 lbs. 25c To be sure that a roll of the size you will require will be waiting for you, we suggest that you call The Daily Clintonian, Phone 41 or 117, and order paper from th Jiffy Re-winder in advance. i m f)ly C9cm it win em m- qJ ,r u trm oar mr- fjCltSW M katw m mmt. ajyBw 1 Cery ittioi - - - J hcttid M whli MSrwqgni r (IBM IMU mj- A A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchial imtauon, you can get relief now with Creomulsion. Serious trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance with anything less than Creomuision, which goes right to the seat of the trouble to aid nature to soothe and heal the inflamed membranes as the germ-laden phljgm is loosened and excelled Ti BUN you hM tfnHOU 3 i Ctaitt prwen to ftnt hmek. htm mad tea. ;foa la arsu. M E ra M DOM VU1 Tlie Daily Cliot oeiamt Even II other remedies have failed, don't be discouraged, your druggist is authorised to guarantee Creomuision and to refund your money if you are not satisfied with results from the very first botUe.GetCreomuuwQn ngntuow. lAavj POWKLL'h PHAKMAPY K. W. Pimell. H. Ph. Hrcripti.n Kp4M:laliMt I2W South Main httwt linro Indian.

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