The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 11, 1936 · Page 4
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 4

Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, December 11, 1936
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Friday, December 11, 1936 Page Four The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana F Mrs. Anhk' Jiuiiwiiore f Ti'irc Hauli; is a (iiK ut to.lay of InT lliolh-!. Mt-. IlntjiM't Gilinour of N''l"'kJi Mrs. Janet Scott Dected President of S. S. Class CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES SOCIAL CALENDAR Additional Social On Page 5 jour llrk"-! for Junior lnm Way, Jx--tiilM-r 14. Enjoyable Program Civen at Society Meeting Yesterday A delightful and enjoyable Christinas meeting was held yesterday afternoon by (he members of the General Furnishing Society of the Methodist church at Die church. Mrs. D. C. Shalf presided at the meeting, al wliii h time gills were exchanged. Christ nuts carols were sung by the entire group. Mrs. J. A. Wright of wesi of the city was in charge of the following program: vocal solo, "Sleep. Little Haby Sleep" by lillle Dorothy Fon-car.non. who was accompanied at the piano by Miss Zoe Sharp; two vocal solos "Away in a Manger," and "A Lullaby' by Mrs. Mary Jean Wilson. She had as her accompanist Mrs. Ira Church. Rev. C. C. Pea ree gave a Christmas story "The Other Wise Man" in a pleasing man nor. followed by a vocal solo "Santa Claus SPECIAL FOR TWO WEEKS! "Coolette" MACIIINELESS WAVE $3.00 rr ALL-OIL WAVE CI Cfl Willi !v MKlwlaU. only. W Others $2.50 and $3.50 MODERN WAY BEAUTY SHOP 350 South Main Street M Al M li; II F Class Holds All Day Meet at Earles Home An all-day ineetinp; of the Colden Hour Class of the Salem Church was held yesterday at the home of Mrs. (iloyd Earles uu South Eleventh street. 1 W H At noon a covered dish luncheon was served, The afternoon was spent socially and sinfchiK of Christmas ca rols. lifts were exchanged at (hat time. Members attending were Mey-dames Harry Frist, Harlow Frist. Roy James. Ray Hamim-rsley, Henry Mitchell, Nathan Cliisler, Lewis Reed. Frank Kuhn and Forest Mack. Cuests were Rev. and Mrs. Harold Hotehkiss and Patty Lou Frist. Rev. and Mrs. Hotehkiss were presented a gift from the class. The next meeting will be held al t lie home of iM rs. Ha mmersley on January 14. Christmas Party of Auxiliary Last Night The annual Christmas party of the Letter Carriers, Auxiliary was held last, evening at the home of M rs. Lawrence Sanders on Nort h Sevent h st ree! . Fj'Mowing a short business session coot ie furnished the entertainment wit h high score prize awarded i o Mrs. Roscoe Walker and low, Mrs. Sarah Coodlnte. Refreshments were served. Members present w ere Mnsda mes O, P. Davis. James "Wallace, Dow Mitchell. Henry WHlimin and HeU-n M. Krekler. Mrs. Walker will entertain the auxiliary at its next meeting;, which will he January 1 4 . Paul Wilhite. son of Mr. and Mrs. C.eorge Wilhite of Fairview, left Wednesday for New York where he will lake ten days training in hair dressing. Mr. Wilhite will return Indianapolis upon completion of training; and will be employed Block's. Annual Election of Officers Held by Job's Daughters Job'B Daughters held its annual election of officers laBt evening at a meeting lield at the Masonic Hall on South Main street. The newly elected officers are: ' honor queen, Evemae Lewin; senior princess. Mary Helen Roberts; junior princeBS, Margaret Blower, guide, Hetty Bayer and marshal, Thelnia Koe. Miss Margaret Penman is Ihe out' going honor queen. AH committees will he appointed and announced at a public installa lion service, which will be held Ue ceniber 30. During the business session liHd last evening pla'iiB were imside for a C'hristnias parly to be held Decern ber 18 at the home of IMrs. Everett Helms, 857 South Fifth street. Wedding Anniversary Of Guglielmetti's Observed Recently Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Guglielinet- li of South Eleventh street were pleasantly surprised Tuesday evening at their home when a number of friends and relatives gathered at their home to celebrate their Sflth wedding anniversary. The honor guoBts received many nice gifts. GuestB attending were Mr. and Mrs. Matt Costa and sons. Louis, Anthony and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Baptist nicauda and daughter C'ar-Malita, Mr. and Mrs, Armanda Libei. Mrs. Angeline Guglielmetti, Mrs. Rose Avenatti, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ciocatto. Mr, and Mrs. James Cas-tagna, Mrs. Tresa Guglielmetti, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Guglielmetti and Aldo Guglielmetti. Society Holds Meet at Terre Haute Thursday The annual Christmas party and election of officers of the Caledo- , nian society was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Jenkins, 1112 North Ninth street, Terre Haute. Among the ' Clinton women who attendjed the meeting were Mrs. E. J. Hays, Mrs. David Baird and Mrs. Agnes Mackie. Twenty five members were present at the meeting, at which time gifts were exchanged. During the business session the following officers were elected for the ensuing year. They were pres It's the new way to tune! One twirL and "Click . . . there's your station!" tuned instantly, with automatic accuracy! And Philco Magnetic Tuning holds the receiver exactly on the station frequency assures reception more perfect that eye or ear can tune! Free demonstration ! 1 Phone 110 PHILCO 1IX America and foreign Console witfa Automatic Tuning and maf ot Iter leatureg. aerial $130 So!d only with twice High-I tfit true I ArrtMllO insure tfttalril foreign ircepltvu. SI' Each Jc Oz. 6 for 25c Crem 2 lbs. 25c 3 Jl'' '""jpl I ? iTl II A. J. Doughty Quality First, Prices Always Lowest Furniture - Floor Coverings - Stoves 234-38 Elm Street Phone 361 Friday White Shrine Galilee Temple No. 7 will hold a banquet at 6 p. in. at Masonic Temple, Terre Haute. Ceremonial services lo be held at 7:30 p. ni. Rebekalis will hold a meeting al the 1. O. O. F, hall on South Main street, 7:30 p. ui. Following a business st ssion a Christmas entertainment will be held. Kadi member Is asked to bring a can of fruit to be sent to the I. ). O. F. home at Greenshurg and a small gift for the grab bag. Saturday Art Needlework Club will meet at the home of Miss Rose Johnson. 116 South Fourth street. 2:30 p. in. Tuesday Pythian Sinters staff and officer (practice and mock initiation at the hull on iihiclumi n a) rvH at 7 p. m. "Welcome Class or lh Christian Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Ruth Peroiia, Elm street, 7:!10 p. m. Mrs. Lawrence Shannon will he in charge of the. lesson, and Shir ley Earles, the entertainment. Each member is to brins a nifi for the pral hap. Clinton Township Home Economic Club 'will hold an all-day meeting at the home of Mrs. Harry Vim Duyn of west of the city. All members pla nn i n to a 1 1 en d a re to be there at 11a. m. Thursday Hi-Ti'i Circle of 'Christian Church to meet t the home of Miss Mar garet Earlywine on North Water street at 7::!0 p. m. Each member Is to bring a gift for missionary box. Monday Woman's Club will nmet at the home of Mrs. Ora Doyle, 4 Hi South Fourth street, 2 . m. 2 Quick Steps Christmas Joy JIFFY KODAK Thi simple, efficient little camera takes 2 pictures in a jiffy. Price $8 for the Jiffy S-20. Other Kodaks. $2.85 to $12 Box Cameras. $1.59 to $4.50 Yuletide Mix lb. Chocolate Cream Drops lb. Cut Rock lb. Cream and Gum Mix lb. Gillis Special Xmas Mix lb. Xmas broken Mix, 50 filled, lb. All Plastic Filled Mix lb. Opera Curls new hard candy lb. Cinnamon Balls Ib. Rainbow Chips lb. Clear Candy Toys . . . 1 c each, Ib. Cream Wafers, 7 flavors ... doz. - to his ut Fresh, NATl'SFOOPPKET 345 S. Main St. Free Delivery Phone 345 Mrs. Janet Scott was elected pres ident of the Ladies Bible class al a. meeting Jield yesterday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. Ed Cunningham, Kotilh Seventh street, other officers elected for the ensuing year were vice-president , Mrs. Clenn jt ridge-ma n; secretary. Mi's. Joe Moore and treasurer, Mrs. Cunningham. Hostesses for he meet ing were Mrs. Sarah Van Horn, M rg. Scott and Mrs. Pearl Sears. Du ring the afternoon the devo-tional period was in charge of Mrs. (iuy Southard, which wan followed by a contest, furnished by Mrs. Elmer Hixon. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Crogby and Mrs. John Foster. The class presented the teacher. Miss Lucy Marshall, a lovely purse. Cifls were exchanged during the afternoon. Tiiose present were Mesdames Luke Taylor. I). O. Hiatt. Artie Sturgeon. Dan Tate, Da Taylor, lien Sims. H. H. Wagner. William McMillan. It. P. Khatlui. Cora Harri-rison, Paul Cray. Fred Mack el. Shell Turheyville. Cecil Harrivou. and Elisabeth Ellis. POL LIVINGSTON Miss Dorothy Livingston of New Richmond and John Joe, sou of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Po of near Ro k-ville. were united in marriage at HoJIywooi. f al., .November 23, by Rev. Scott Anderson. Attendants or the young couple were Mr. and Mrs C. W. Weaver, brother-in-law and sister of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Poe are now visiting ut the home (if Hie m-oom's parents. While there they will vis-it at the homes oT other relatives and friends in 1 1t si t vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Jumes E. Hulchr of Terre Haute visited at the home o Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cunningham of South Seventh si reet Wednesday evening. iH your li kH for Junior 1hn Play, Joeetnlor 14. flit Cards and Folders lc, 2 Ac, 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c Packapes of 10 for 19c Packages of 12 for 29c Silver Foil Boxes of 15 Cards and Folders for 39o Christmas Tree Sets 8-light Indoor Sets 39c to 98c 7-light Outdoor Set 98c Bulbs 3 for 5c 5c each BILL rri Of X (3 Is Coming to Town" by little Mjbs Foncannoiu who also entertained with a readi ng "Oca pel la 'hoir." Rosemary Wright sang a vocal solo and had as her accompanist M iss Sharp. Immediately following the program refresh merits were served to the euesls at small tallies. In the filler of the room was a table beautifully decorated w-ith red ta pers and a Christ mas s'-ene de-picting "The pirlh of Christ." HUBERT LAYNE WEDS MISS DOROTHY NELSON Announcement is maue- of the marriage of M iss Doroi hy Ni Ison. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Nelson of Roc"k villc, t.o J I u hert Lay lie of Craw fordsviHe. which took place November L';, i,i Die honij of the bride's sisier. Mrs. Elmer Scogin of Chicago Heights. Following t he ceremony a wedding dinner was served al the home of Mrs. Hay Wood, another sister of the bride. Mrs. Lnyue is well known in Rok-ville and has a wide circle of friends I here, She was graduated from the high school there. The young con pie have gone to housekeeping al Cra wfordsville, j where the jfroom is employed. and Lunch While Shopping COTY'S CO-ED MAKE-UP ENSEMBLE Lip Stick, Rouge and Air Spun Face Powder $1.49 Toilet Waters . 50c to $2.50 Cigars, Cigarettes Tobaccos, Pipes In Gift Packages 200 Cigarettes in Gift Cartons. $1.25 & $1.39 50 Cigarettes in Flat Packs 33c Christmas Gifts WELL SELECTED AND PRICED LOW AT Oof f OG Ac Brad 34 Tomato Juice zi'SZt 3 for 25c inarch Apricot Peeled Green Gauge Plums Sweetened Red Cherries Stop at Our Fountain for Rest Sets of Toiletries by Yardley, Evening in Paris, Coty, Armand, Colgate, Max Factor, Dorothy Perkins and Hudnut-$1, $1.49, $2, $2.25, $2.50, $3, $4, $4.50, $4.95, and $6. Chccclate Bars 4 Chocolates 0ld Fsnion ident, Mrs. Elizabeth Hamilton; vicepresidont. 'Mrs. Archie Duns-more; secretary, Mrs. Grace McCart, and treasurer, Mrs. Elizabeth Jenkins, all of Terre Haute. I'latis were made for the Burns anniversary to be observed by the society on .Ian. 16 at Twelve Points. At that lime each member is asked . lo invite two guests. Mr. and Mrs. J. J3. Stine of South Main street returned to their home last evening after visiting several days at Harrison, Ohio, with Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Means. Mis. Means is a sister of Mr. Stine. 18 Dr. I If I a urmp greens CHRISTMAS CANDIES Delicious and Priced Low Even a Blushing; Bride Can Save at TONY'S v J' buyer. Every thing priced reasonably - - -every day! V J 2 for 5c Deschler's Monogram Cigars. 25 for 58c; 50 for $1.15 3 for 10c Cremo and Havana Ribbons. 25 for 76c; 50 for $1.50 5c Cigars: Denby, La Fendrich, Phillies, San Felice, La Palina, Emerson, While Owl and Bankables.25 for $1.13 50 for $2.25 10c Cigars: El Producto, Dutch Masters. . Robert Burns, Chancellor, La Palina 25 for $1.95; 50 for $3.85 SMOKING TOBACCO IN GIFT PACKAGES Prince Albert i -Ib. can 44c; 1-lb. can 79c Raleigh, 1-lb. can 84c Union Leader, 14-oz. can 69c Half & Half, 1-lb. cans 84c; Granger Rough Cut, 1-lb. cans 74c GRAPE1FRUIT, Texas eedles8 .... each 3c GREEN BEANS Ib. 10c Apples, fancy Jonathan 3 lbs. 25c Tangerines dozen 15c Green Onions bunch 5c Radishes, button bunch 5c Swiss SfGalr 18 Pot Rcast r.Teaty Lb. Wfe Boiling Beef Shorf Ribs Lb. li2c Ground Beef Fresh Lean 2 lbs. 29c Pork Sausage v u. I Tc Porli Chops S lb- 2V Good Luck Qleo Ib. 21c Bunte's, Whitman's and Brach's Fine Box Candies e 25ci$3 10c 1 0c 12ic 1 0c 10c 1 5c 19c 24c 19c 24c 24c 10c 5 Pound Family Box Christmas Chocolates 98c $1.49 $2.50 Candy Canes . . 5c WRIST WATCHES "Wrist Ben" - as illustrated, with strap or metal bracelet $3.95 Ingraham Wrist Watch. $2.49 Mickey Mouse Wrist Watch $2.89 POCKET WATCHES St. Regis . .$1.00 Dax (Westclox Co.).. $1.25 Pocket Ben $1.50 JO llt TJL I'l.Ol It, Jlmniim, CTZ. M ll OOC MII.K, Milliut, P 4 I all urns AawC (MOA, I'rerlnw. t M a Hs XrC IVr box S70C OVAJ.TIXK 6-ounco can OXC CHHISTMAS CANDY, Mil anil J-ruils A l ull lino. MEAT SPECIALS 1,AHI, 10(1 pITC, 5 lbs A C VKAI,. Ibmnrl Steak, O "5 Per pound inT V J'er pound X 7 C llal.y (Mr, III X 7 C TONY SCAGGIARI ia5 N. Mb St. J'hone 102-J 1111,1, l-OI.IX, 4tl . rlc . Mil VI. JM, l.:til and mu.imi. IIII.L lOI.I AMI KKV AHK MKTS lN. Kil.lll. 1.HH. 2. i."ll FOUNTAIN PEN and PENCIL SETS 98c, $1.49, $1.98, $2.75, $2.98, $3.98, '4.75, $5, $8.50 $10 and $15, each in gift box. 1-. . 1 11 .v hnnthallR Inflated Ready to Kick 98c and $1.49 Men's Shaving; Sets by Colgate, Williams, McKesson and Yardley 49c 89c 98c $2.35 $2.85 $2.95 Yardlev Shaving Bowls . . $1 Basketballs 98c

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