The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 15, 1936 · Page 2
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Clinton, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 15, 1936
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Tuesday, December 15, 1936 Page 2' The Daily Clinlonian, Clinton, Indiana flinfmi vIkHciI fritMirlK hero Kunriuv! Cherry Queen Weds Films Sign Young Opera Star MECCA JUNIORS PRESENT PLAY NEWPORT WAITS COUNTY MEETING mnn visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Self and son, Cordon, of Brazil, visited relatives hero Sunday, Mr. and Mrs, C. T. Self of Term Haute Hiieiit Sunday hero with P. T. A. to Convene Thursday at Courthouie; Mri. Morgan Hottest for Claw evening. Mr. and Mrs. John U. Peainian uikI .Mr n ml Mrs, Hubert IVunuuli went to Indlumtpolls Sunday. Mrs. Ilnnehrnke, Mrs. Arthur Jonrg and lUv. Hoy LiihwoII nnd I'll til fly went to CuvhiKlon Suntlay to uttciid the tuiifial of a relative nl .Mrs. Honcbiuke. Cliaili's Mi-Caity. who iiIIi iiiIb Indiana lutu Teachers rolleKe in Tnrro Huiiln kiiciiI Kunday visiting l rial I vis and friends. Mr. und Mrs. Clyde iiuHsell and ilmmhlcT, Miss Vru Louise, of KiiiK- DR. B. H. SELLERS DENTIST 248 South Main Street - Clinton, Indiana NEWPORT, Doc. H The Vcr-million County Parent-Teacher As-oclBtlon mcsliim will be held In the court house auditorium Thursday afternoon, December 17, at 1 o'clock. Mri. Nettle Kearns, presi-dent, will preside. Mrs. K. E. Ned has cbarKe of publicity for thl meeting. The following program will be given: 1:00 Singing. Mm. (leorgo Mr-Reynolds; Invocallnn, Rev. C. E. i g ''1 " ' r "I X lr3V:i p -A i VJ. i, f ft ' Heebee; Welcome, Mrs. E. K. Noel MlS Re- president of Newport P.T. A. 1 : 30 Secretary's Report, Helen Randolph; Treasurer's port, Mrs. Msbal Stokes: Local Reports. Uiilt 2:00 Character Growth, a Homo 'The Gay Pretender Given Before Crowd; Home Economics Club in Meeting MKCCA. Dec. 15 - The Juntoi class of Mecca high mhoul pieMcnl-id their cIhhh play, "The tiay pretender," Wednesday night before a large audience. The Home Kcnnnmlc club met WedueKduy ufleriionii al the home it Mm. Jemte VeHlal. About twenty were pnnent. A delight i ul afternoon was spent, each lady receiving a nice gift from thf Chrltilnms grab bag. A revival tih'etlng r being held al the ( lirislian church. Kev. CruN of Chicago, 111., Is conducting the services. Many are attending. Joe Fisher Is now borne frem lie' Vermillion County hospital where he haii spent a number of weeks suffering from typhoid fever. He is doing well. Mrs. Harry Andrews has been very ill for the past week. She fa 'omewhat better. Miss Macel Mih hell of Terre Haute spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mia. S. T. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Heeves Akera were Wednesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Kendall. . Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge'Teague and son Bobby and Pauline Harrison of Pell more spent Sunday with the lat-'er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Harrison. Mrs. J. C. Murphy and children, Herbert Miller and Carl and Anthony Mitchell spent Saturday afternoon 'n Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Shu 11 and son and Mr. and Mrs. Reeves Akera 4 and School Responsibility," Earl Boyd, superintendent Cliuton City Schools. "Every Dish Just Right with an 2:20 Sub-topics discussed by different locals are: Intelligence Newport Honesty. Dana; Friendli Morella Oldham Chosen as "cherry queen" of Michigan in 1933, Morella Oldham, 23, who once sought J75.0OO because George Eastman Drydert allegedly broke a promise to; marry her, Is now honeymooning with her brand new husband) George Lehmann, son of a wealtliy Chicago merchant ness, Fairvtew; Efficiency. Hills dale; Forcefulness, St. Bernice; Co ELECTRIC RANGE operatlveness, Universal: Good nister. Waller Kisher and Belli-Heed, it being Mr. Fisher's Betty Jane Schultz, Fred Bartow and Judge O'Connell it Her recent debut as a star of Chicago grand opera at the age of IS to impressed critics that pretty Betty Jane Schultz has received contracts which insure her of $50,000 income for the coming year Newest offer came from a film company represented by Fred Bartow, background, whose contract was approved by Judge O'Connell of probate court, seated. Taste, Jacksonville: Appreciation Rlleysburg. 3:00 Question box and open forum. Class Meets Friday Premium Home Economics clasr met Friday, December- 11. at the home of Mrs. Claude Morgan, with Mrs. Fannie Henry as assistant hostess. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. The dining room was very pretty with Christmas decorations, After dinner the meeting was opened by singing "Silent Night." Electric cooking hit been de-scribed at tha "cook book" wsr, because it is so easy and gives uniformly perfect results. And it's truel Tha modern electric rang does all the work; there's no mora oven-watching or guess-work; Electric cooking is dean, loo, with, out soot or fumes to smudge kitchen walls. And on the low electric races, which drop rapidly to 2'4 cents s kilowatt hour, electric cooking is economical. Visit our salesroom display. HILLSDALE WILL HAVE PROGRAMS to land the world's biggest glass-eye order, heads thn sanitorium. Added attractions, ure Cartoon In color "Birds in Love" and Chapter 14 of "Clutching Hand." )f the northeast section of town as lOSteSBGB. i KhhIciii Slur VAvvts At the regular meeting of the Eastern Star chapter the following )f fleers were elected: Worthy nia- "The Installation of new officers was held by MrB. W. G. Parrett Sunday School of Two Churches Plan Entertainment (or Christmas Eve ro n . Mrs. 11. C . Wiggins; Wo r t li y Patron, Orvilh; Adams; associate iBBOCiate matron, Mrs. W. fl. Par- ett; associate patron, Oscar Ker- county president. The ceremony was closed by ail repeating the club Try Wtitinfhouia ELECTRIC RANGE for 90 day Vou cao to U electric range in roar owo kitchen for 90 dayi. Pr only $2.50 ad two ssuil moothlr payments, ifoo Mtisficd.Wfl'11 remote the nog and refund oae-hali roar pay coif. Find out tor yon elf about electric cookioj on tfair etoexou plia. creed. This was followed by an ex change of homemade Christmas sjifts. There were fourteen members vere Friday evening gueets of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas U. Davis nid daughter were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pearly Davis of Rockville. Mr. and Mrs. Reeves Thomas of near Rockville spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Scott Kendal!. Miss Naomi Hartley, who has employment near Hpt kville, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bartley. Robert Kendall, Mary Ellen Fisher and Ethel Woods of Anderson spent the weekend with home folks. Mr, and Mrs. Clint Cronk and Mr. and Mrs. James Birch were Sunday dinner guests of their brother and present and five guests Mrs. W. G Parrett, Mrs. Verner Bwigglns, Mrs VALIANT IH THK W(Mtl roit CAKK1K WABASH A powerful and compelling story (if a woman's sacrifice for her children thrilled and held audiences at the Wabash theatre epelibound last night when the motion picture version of Barry lienefield's best-selling novel, "Valiant Is the Word for Carrie" unfolded itself with all the dramatic grandeur of the great novel. The story deals with an old friendship between Carrie (tlladyg (inorge) a woman frowned upon by her neighbors and the '"hild Paul lJarnley, in the, somnolent bayou village r Crebillon, La. Because of the frVndshfp the woman is ordered William Hegarty, Mrs. Riley Park HILLSDALE, Dee. 13 Thu M. K. Sunday school will (,'ive a Ohrir-1 mas entei'talnmeut t'hi'istnias eve. The U. B. Sunday school will also have an 'eiitei-taiiiment the same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Morgan of riirisman. HI., ale the parents of it baby Birl, Helen Marie. Mrs. Morgan was formerly Mis Mary Sykes of -Hillsdale. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Sykes visited ihem Friday, Lee Woodard and family of near ley; conductress, mihb Bertha Saw-'er; Associate conductress, M ias ilizabeth Nixon: secreiry, Mrs. L. P. Nelson; treasurer. Mrs. W. C. Wait. Other officers will be appointed by the new worthy matron and installation will he held the first meeting n January. Mrs. H. V. Nixon, MisH Bess Lan-lam and Miss Bertha Sawyer al-ended the supreme meeting of the dVbite Shrine at Terr Haute Friday evening. and Miss Dorothy Lawhorn, who be came a member. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. George Short January 8. The new officers are Mrs. Joe Potts," president; Mrs. Robert NORTHERN INDIANA POWER COMPANY Stokes, vice president; Mrs, Claude Morgan, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. from, town. The picture is full of John Park, new leader, and Mrs George Short, director. M. E. Aid Entertained action and thrills to the very end "Rah, Hah. Football," Fox Movie The Ladies Aid Society of the tone News and a cartoon. "Kik TO) Methodist Episcopal church was en Foils the Fox" are the short tertained by the officers at tbeir WHifitt e regular meeting Thursday after apen noon, December 10 at the noma of Mrs. Charles Beebee. The bouse was beautifully decorated In keep- MOVIES EARLY TO BKIT XI,.lMI.M Mary Boland and Charlie Ituggies nake a sanatorium and rent home their honeymoon spot in their latest -lot-farce. "Karly to Bed." scheduled to own tonight at the Colnm-)fa. Charlie appears as a uwunw- like Chester Bialty. an einn'm-t- of twenty -si x y eti rs standing with t h n Matchless Eye Company, manufacturer of a dozen types of glass eyes. Mary, as Tessie Weeks, in the girl whom he bus eourU-d t'.ir two decides. Desijite Tessie'n des.ire to nee Weight of Milk, Water Milk is slightly heavier than water. Water weighs 8.3 pounds per callon and milk weighs 8.6 pounds ner prOoo. lug with the Christmas season. Mrs. FOR EVERY PURPOSE H. V. Niton presided. The meeting opened by singing Christmas carols. The devotions were in charge of Mrs. Hall, who gave a Christmas Rchrtpture reading and a Christmas Dr. G. R. McGUIRE Chiropractor X-ray Service. Palmer Graduate. Jii&l Blaiknian Street Niagara Falls, cherished lor twenty veers, Chester., tired with ambition For: Banquets Reunions Tht saddest sign on road or street "Concrete Ends 400 ft." i-V,,. ... I "l "! J. .11 HI. 1.1 I Jiiiinai "T -: ' V -- Jv For: Picnics Dinners Lodges Home Use poem. Refreshments were served at email tables, which were decorated with red and green candles. There were twentyfour members and five guests present, including Mrs. Healy. Connersvllle. Mrs. t.anra Reid. Troy, O.; Mrs. Vorie Foos. Mrs. (J. E. Bingham and Mrs. Riley Park. Scotland. III. Mrs. Reld. Mrs. Foos and Mrs. Bingham's names were added to the membership roll. Refreshments were served at small tables decorated with red and srpen candles. The next meeting will be In January with the ladles J-TT Mnv I CONCRETE I Socials Scenery PAVEMENT I ENDS I f. at "if 7 w We Have Installed a "Jiffy" Re- Winder Clean, White Newsprint in Convenient Rolls No Cores to Carry! No Deposits Required! , ' : tr roll of To be sure that a Karanovich FUNERAL jrjl HOME lEil ijYV! 24-Hour mv FREE I Ambulance ! Service iJl I Phone 1 165 ' ' 532 S. 4th St. Rolled to Your Order IN ANY AMOUNT 10 Yards Equal One Pound Paper Is 34 Inches Wide 2 lbs. 25c Save wear and tear on linen. Just use clean, white paper on the fables at your next organization dinner. It costs only a few cents and may be burned afterward. Try it once. That's all we ask. the size you will require will be waiting for you, we suggest that you call The Daily CHntonian, Phone 41 or lTf", and order paper from the Jiffy Re-winder in advance. Vlby l slate liigliway departuicDts warn the public "(ijnrrcle pavement euils"!" Because it is universally an-epted that sjieeds which are reasonable anJ safe on concrete liecome dangerous on other surfaras. To save lives, to prevent accidents . . . demand concrete all llie ivay. True and even, it lias no high crown is usable to its full width. Crakes arc al their best on its gritty non-skid surface. Its light gray color and sharply defined edges give liigh visibility at night. Any car is a better car on concrete. And roui rcte saves money for motorists and for taxpayers. Insist on concrete for your roads. The Daily ClSntoniiam PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 610 Merchants' Bank BIdg., Indianapolis, lod. A naxitmal organization of engineer and gcieruitfa. wrwit-ing in labnrattiry and fieU to improve and extend the uses of concrete.

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