The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 14, 1936 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Monday, December 14, 1936
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Page 3 The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Monday, December 14, 1936 YVally in 1926 CLINTON SOCIAL . : mWMV'S'W, riV?'.! ill f " SOCIAL CALENDAR ' mw iff i . -- - I r. ona I 1 f VI'-' K. 0 SMART LAMPS FOR 1 r ri s SSFii I 5 I' Mrs. Wallls Simpson " jg! JSSfh g & l A "COZY CORNER' FOR THE MAN NOTES YOUNG COUPLE WILL WED FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25 Announcement Is made of the approaching marriage of Miss Mildred Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson of Ottawa, III., to Earl Humm, son of Mr. ond Mrs. John Hamm of Terre Haute, formerly of Clinton. The wedding will tuke place Christmas day at the home of the bride's parents at Ottawa. Those attending from Terre Haute will be Mr. and Mrs. Hamm and Marlon Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. James Butcher and daughter, Marie, of Terre Haute visited relatives and friends In Clinton yesterday. Kenneth and EBlher Foltz of the Range Line road spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frist or north of the city. Mr. and Mrs, James-Murray and son or Falrview were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Murray of the Center neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Lee and Miss Virginia Bales of Rockville were guests last evening or Mr, and Mrs. Henry Giiroy. . Mr. and Mrs. Ctuirlea ol the Clinton-Terre Haute road have moved to 402 North Ninth street to make flieir home. Mesdames Clara Gilmour. Henry OII-fny, Ed Ruby and Edgar Mlnnich of New Goshen. A. A. A. Club will meet at the home of Miss Margaret Cinotto, North Eighth street, 7:30 p. m. This will he a Cbrismtas party. Oolden Star club will hold a Christmas dinner at 1 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Robert Wright, Black-man street. Missionary societies of First Presbyterian church and Hill Crest community center will hold a Joint meeting at Hill Crest, 2:30 p. m. Hostesses for the meeting will be Mrs. R. M: Stwalley, Mrs. Mary I Spears and Miss Elizabeth Pfander. I'hilathea class of the Baptist church will mee at the home of Mrs. John Sweeney, South Fourth street, 7 p m. Half Century Auxiliary will hold a business meeting In Morgans basementi South Main street. 7:30 p. m. Following session bunco will furnish the entertainment. Group B of Young Woman's sodality of the Sacred Heart church will meet at the home of Miss Al-vira Forte of North Ninth street. This will be a Christmas party, 7:30 p. m. Hi-Trl Circle of Christian Church to meet at the home of Miss Margaret Earlywiue on North Water street at 7:30 p. m. Each member is to bring a gift tor missionary box. Happy Hour Club to hold a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. George Kamm. Blackman street. 1 p. m. Friday Modern Martha Class of the Methodist Church will hold its annual Christmas party at the church. 7:30 p. m. At that time mystery pals wi'l be revealed, Pastime club will hold a o'clock dinner at the home of Mrs. Ed Doyle, Falrview. SMART HOMES New Hlyle lallll new beauty and quality, scientifically correct itelil, l sium cl lo protect our eves! One ttin ill llit suited mill yu liuve Indirect liuhlinK, nlilli iMisilioll for the three candle t.vpc bulb, and a third action place nil bull", into service. (;eiiiiine laboratory approved IflihtiiiK. Make your lioine distinctive anil iusl all a liriile uml floor type lamp today. 'I'bc price In extremely attractive. UK III UVKK liONtJ KASV TKKMS 1 1 I SI I ."a 1 1 at 234-38 Elm Street A ? 'V-v Monday Group meeting of the United Brethren Church will be held at the church. Kveryone is welcome to attend this meeting. Tuesday Queen Esther Class of Methodist Church to meet at 2:30 p. m. for annual Christmas party at the church. All former members invited. Bring a guest. Mothers Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Merritt Hurtman, South Third street, 2 p. m. Delta Theta Tuu Sororitywlll hold Its annual Christmas dinner at the Christian church, 7 p. m. Committee In charge Is composed of Miss Tbelma Medill. chairman, and Kva-mae Lewln. Tuesday Bridge Club will hold a Chrlst.mas dinner at the home of Mrs. Fred Poretr, South Main street, 1 p. m. Mothers club to hold a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. James Edwards, North Fifth street, 2 p. m... Gifts will be exchanged at that time. . - Fortnightly Club will meet at the home of Miss Agnes McOinty on South Sixth Street, 8 p. m. Loyal Hearts Class of the Christian Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Tom Salmond, Walnut street, 7:30 p. m. Assistant hostesses Miss Ruth Richards and Miss Mary Blair. Eafh member planning to attend Is asked to bring a gift for the grab bag, Tuesday Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Mark Lyday on South Third street, 6:30 p. m. 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. n, Mrs. Lawrence Shannon will be In charge of the lesson, and Shirley Earles, the entertainment. Each member Is to brfcig a gift for the gralj bag. Clinton Township Home Economic Club--wlll hold an all-day meeting at the home of Mrs. Harry Van Duyn of west of the city. All members planning to attend are to be there at 11 a. m. Wednesday Wednesday Embroidery club will hold a Christmas dinner at the home of Mrs. W. D. Gerrish, South Fifth street, 1 p, m; Trt' Kappa Sorority will hold Christmas party at the home of Mrs. John Gilmour, Elm street, 6:30 p. m. All Inactive members are invited. Idle Wile club will hold a Christmas dinner at the home of Mrs. Guy Harrison, South Sixth street, 1 p. m. Wednesday Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Tony Ave on South Fourth Street, 2 p. m. Thursday Past Chief's Club will hold a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Harry Moore, South Seventh street, 7:30 p. m. At that time a grab bag will be held. Hostesses for the meeting are This iM-eutiftil luiitf (hair ami o( Ionian will t In-ill ihiri or liiis-hiind. hoirf or rov ers, lift), si-nitt-niit'4 t ushions hat vvil lrovitlf many hours of H4( id n itufort for holidays to voiiii! to $ to J to 1 1 Joe Colombo Weds Miss Mary Pesavento Announcement Is made of the marriage of Miss .Mary Pesavento, daughter of Mrs. Madallne Pesavento of 220 North Eighth street, to Joe Colombo, son of Mrs. Etltla Colombo of Klondyke. The marriage took place at 7:30 p. m. Thursday, December 10, at the rectory of the Sacred Heart church with Fulher fleorge Zelmer official Ing. The bride was attired In a black and white crepe outfit and bad hur-monlsing accessories. Mrs. Colombo Is well known In this vicinity. She has been on employe at the Lewln overall factory for several years. Mr. Colombo Is employed on the W. P. A. band. The young couple will make their home at the present time with the groom's mother. Mr.' and Mm. Earl Waters ond son, Myron, of South Fourth street entertained with a dinner Sunday for Rev. and Mrs. A. R. Brown, Mis. Martha Miller. Mrs. Maria Sllliman and Miss Helen Campbell, all of Terre Haute. Rev. and Mrs. Brown are leaving today for Pasadena. Cnl to spend the winter months. Mrs. Lawrence Johnson of Fair-view entertained with a birthday dinner In honor of Mr. Johnson yesterday. About 30 guests were present. Dr. and Mrs. I. M. Casebeer of South Sixth street spent yesterday evening at the home of John Harvey of north of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Slater and daughter, Louise, of Indianapolis spent the weekend here with rela- tives and friends. Mr. and (Mrs. Harry' Hudlin anil son, Jackie, of Fairvlew entertained with a dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Wilhite ond Catherine Sexton or Bloomington. Misses Marie Foltz, Grace McDonald, Martha . Jones, Virginia Blan-ford and Max Mitchell, Tom Mcf'ol-lougb, Robert Baird - and Maurice Foltz were Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thannle' Foltz of Universal. v Dr. I. D. White of South Main street left for Chicago, where he will spend several days. Hi plans io return to Clinton Thursday nigl.t. Miss Flora Pierce,, daughter of Mrs. Harriet R. Pierce of Crawfords-ville. formerly of Clinton, has accepted position on the Woman's Department of the Cincinnati Enterprise, Cincinnati, O. Mrs. J. L. Horney of South Fifth street received a telegram this morn'ng stating that her son-in-law Harold P Dyer of Hollywood. Cal. died at his home yesterday after noon. He had been suffering from heart trouble for several years. Funeral services will be held to morrow afternoon at the residence with burial in the Woodlawn Cemetery there. A community night chrislmaf program will be held this evening at 6 o'clock at the Cromnton Hill schoolhouse. The public is invited to attend Get your ticket for Junior 'Us Plav. Decern tier 14. '2! Watches .... $1 up Diamonds . . $10 up Silverware $5 Fostoria Glass Chase Chrome Roseville Pottery This hitherto unpublished photograph of Mrs. Wallls Warfield Simpson waa taken 10 years ago t Coronado Beach, Cal., near where she was then living as the wire of E. Wlnfleld Spencer, United States naval officer. Lodges Jerusalem Lodge, 99, F. & A. M., will hold its stated mee'- lng tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. Elec- Hon of officers will be held. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Frances E. Malloy of Gary, former residents of Clinton, are the parents of a baby son born December 8. The Infant, tlie second child In the family, has been named Frances Kd-ward. It weighed 8 pounds and four ounces at birth. HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Ora Henry of 247 South Main street entered the Robert Long hospital at Indianapolis today. Mrs. John Goldner of South Main street, who was taken to the Vermillion county hospital Saturday, is slightly improved. Mrs. Mary Howler of Dana wan removed from the Vermillion county hospital to her home in Dana Saturday. Mothers ! In treating children's colds, don't take chances . . use ICKS V VapoRub Yes U At Doughty's you will find many other Christmas items that will provide years of future holiday joys! We will remain open for your convenience until 9 P. M. on December 22, 23, 24. Christmas Party Held At McConnell Home A Christmas party was enjoyed Friday evening by June Camp, Koyal NelKhbora of America and their 'families at the home of Mrs. j Charles McConnell of Falrview. ! There were approximately it) In attendance. fluents were Mrs. John Touhey and daughters, Litry- ellen and Dorothy Jean, and Mrs. Ilnptlst Knrietto and son, Anthony tiene. The McConnell home was beautifully decorated In keeping with the season's colors and a large tree which was well lighted, wns the center of attraction. Refreshments were served to those present at two long tables, which were lighted with toll, green tapers. Following games ond contest! were enjoyed-. Prizes In contests were awarded to Raymond Donzero Jackie Carll, Lester Nolte, Patty I.oti McConnell and Dorothy Jean Touhey. flirts were exchanged during the evening, I ...... Mr. and Mrs. L. I). Scott of Terre ;Haute were guests yesterday of Mr. jand Mrs. J. L. Horney of South Fifth Street, , I Mr. and Mrs. Jvan 8cott of Shel-jbywllle were in Clinton yesterday visiting at the homes of Beveral relatives and friends. I Mr. and Mrs. James Bianco attended a dinner at the Deming ho-jtel, Terre Haute, Friday evening. This dinner was given for all Btate (officers for the ,W. P. A, 1 I J Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ashley of Vine street had as their weekend 'guests Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wheeler pnd granddaughters of Evansvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Ashley are both confined to their home with illness. j Mr, and Mrs. Allen Gephart of j711 South Eighth street were Sunday dinner guests of Rev. Lewis Da-ivis and Mrs. Davis of Montezuma, j j Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Davis and iRev. Virgil Barker jind Mrs. Barker, jull of "Montefciyna, attended the United Brethren Services here last might. I Meeting Postponed I The meeting of the ScDut Moth-jers Club, which was scheduled to imeet tomorrow afternoon at the jhome of Mrs. James Edwards, North Fifth Btreet, has been postponed un til December 22. Joseph Martelle Campbell, who has been visiting at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph fampbell of Soutb Main street, and pther relatives j left Saturday for New Orleans. I He will leave there Dec. 16 for Italy. ! Mnner Guest Sunday dinner guests at the ome of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Doyle cf falrview were JameB Mosteller of jFontanet, Maude Sholte of Sandcut. 3vlr. and Mrs. Guy Mosteller and S'hildren of Rosedale and Mr. and ftlra. Robert Paine and son. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Woody of iCrawfordsville were guests Satur day of Mr. and Mrs. "David Lawson jot Soutb Sixth Btreet. Hugh Holmes of Evansvllle was a weekend guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hayek of Walnut street, William R. Brown of Elm street and John Simpson of Falrview at tended the poultry show at Indian spoils Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Morris of Vine street were In Danville, 111.. Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Blue. Mr. Blue Is a patient at the St. Elizabeth Hospital there, where he recently underwent a major operation. He Is getting along nicely. Ret your tickets for Junior Clam Play, December 14. ISO THIS MONTH t-HKITOX WAVE. $3.00 WAVE .. $1,50 2.1c Extra for Shampoo 6 Years Experience In Chicago GERTRUDE BEAUTY SHOPPE Corner Tenth and Vine Streets A. J. DOUGHTY FURNITURE FLOOR COVERINGS STOVES ifc "Quality First, Prices Always Lowest" Phone 361 rv Bill Santa Is No Mindreader So Make This Store Your Headquarters "Where Quality Is Supreme" Sh Will Start at the We cannot list here the many fine gift for you to select from but we do extend to all a most cordial invitation to visit this store and inspect our wonderful merchandise. CHINA DINNER SETS uosday and rJodnosday 4 CHRISTMAS CARDS Mi 5 for 5c Save Any Butter Krust Bread Wrappers (only) Present 15 Wrappers at the Bakery for a Theater Ticket. Wrappers Exchanged Any Day for Tickets MEDLOCK JEWELRY CO. 229 South Main Street Pkon 235-J

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