The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 15, 1936 · Page 3
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December 15, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Page 5 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Tuesday, December 15, 1936 I Do Your Col dsn Hanqonand on?j CLINTON SOCIAL Miscellaneous Shower A miscellaneous shower was giv Do You Catch tosil tUuut vj Utt t'Un KB '0M VM W& Ss22 rld Eosiiur Behind ttiWk f SEAL -JfiSQY pftnt clime wv-w i for sun treolment for HER Christmas.... the world's beautiful refrigerator ft C04.A rut i imiiil a?.' Mti MM Wff iM most J 5 YEAR GUARANTEE 1 i SEE THE SHELVADOR BEFORE VOU BUY ANY REFRIGERATOR Pricei From SOI T ON EASY PAYMENTS ;tf .or riMAKirr rn ;5i 3 ??SIY L Jmw ii t.l 1 I jELi -.JitL ! ! !i Taylor's Radio Service! 447 N. 9TH STREET PHONE 792 g Guaranteed Service on All Makei of Electric Refrigerate: j- 0 Christmus party at the home of Mrs. John Gilmour, Elm atroet, 8:30 p. mv All inactive members are Invited. Idle Wile club will hold a Christmas dinner at Mrs. Guy Harrison, street, 1 p. m. the home of South Sixth Thursday Hell's Prairie Home 'Economics Club will hold a Christinas meeting at the home of Mrs. Curl Johnson of north of Hie city, 2 p. m. At thai lime gifts will be exchanged. past Chief Club will hold a Christmas party at the homo of Mrs. Harry Moore, South Seventh street, 7:30 p. m. Al thai time a grab bug will be held. Hostesses for the meeting are Mesdames Clara Gilmour. Henry Gll-foy, Ed Ruby and Edgar Mlnnirh of New Goshen. A. A. A. Club will meet nt the home of MIbs Margaret Cinotto, North Eighth street, 7:30 p. m. This will be a Chrlsmtas party. Golden 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 Pres byterian 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 Spears and Miss Elizabeth Pfander. Philathea class of the Baptist church will mee at the home of Mrs. John Sweeney, South Fourth street, 7 p. m. Hulf Century Auxiliary will hold a business meeting in Morgans basement, 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 parly, 7:30 p. m. Hl-Tri Circle of Christian Church to meet at the home of Miss Mar garet Earlywine on North Water street at 7:30 p. m. Each member Is to bring a gift for missionary box. Happy Hour Club to hold a Christmas party at the home of Mrs George Katnm, Blackman street. 1 p. m. Ladles Aid of Christian Church to meet at home of Mrs. H. H. Wag ner on Blackman street at 2:30 p. m Christian Church Choir to meet at the church at 7 p. m. Friday Modern Martha Class of the Methodist Church will hold its annua Christmas party at the church, 7:31 p. m. At that time mystery pals will be revealed. Pastime club will bqld a li o'clock dinner at the home of Mrs Ed Doyle, Fairview. j BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Vescove of SGI North Eighth street are the parents of a baby girl born this morning. The infant welghd 8 94 pounds, but has not yet been named .Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smart or Rockville are the parents of a baby hoy bom at the Vermillion County hospital this morning. Quality of a Dug The quality of a dog generally is most apparent or most lai-King ir the nicety of structure of the head The skull that is just a trifling traction of an inch too thk k or the muz lie that is Just a wee bit too short, the eye that is Just a little too round or too light, all detract from qual ity, although they do not anect cnar acter or personality. BURNING, GNAWING PAINS IN STOMACH RELIEVED Neutralize irritating acids with Dr. Emll's Adla Tablets. Prevent sore, inflamed stomach, yet eul what you want. Adla gives reller or your money back. Powell's Pharmacy. Adv. Wl NOTES Charles B. Wilson, Edna Mae Connor To Wed Christmas Day Announcement Is made of the engagement and approaching marriage or Miss Edna Mue Conner, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Elmer Kiddle, of 1002 Pike street, to Charles II. Wilson of Chesterton, Ind. The wedding will take place Christmus duy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Middle Miss Conner Is well known In Clinton having graduated from Clinton high school Willi I lie class of 3t. Officers Elected At Lodge Meeting Vermillion Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, elected the following officers for the ensuing year at a meeting held recently. Those elected were: high priest, William Roberts; king, Dr. Odell Archer; scribe, Robert Stokes; captain of the host, Sam Bell; secretary, David Llewellyn; treasurer, Harry Call; principal sojourner, William Vastbinder; royal arch captain, Tom Connelly; master of third veil, Tolvo Lahti; master of second veil, Frank Raney; master of firBt veil, Ray Trobaugh; guard, Robert Anderson, and chaplain, John tJunsmore. Installation services will be held Dec. 29. Preceding the services dinner will be served at G:30 p. m. at the Clinton hotel for all members and their families. An entertain ment has been arranged for the affair. SOCIAL CALENDAR Tuesday Delta Theta Tau Sororitywill hold its annual Christmas dinner at the Christian church, 7 p. m. Commit tee in charge is composed of Miss Thelnia Medill, chairman, and Eva-mae Lewin. Fortnightly Club will meet at the home of Miss Agnes McGinty 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. Eafch 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 ut the hall on Blackman street nt 7 p. ni. Following a Christmas party will be held. Each member attending is asked to bring a can of fruit to be sent to the Pythian home at Lafayette. Welcome Class of the Christian Church will meet nt Hie home of Mrs. Ruth Perona. Elm street. 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Lawrent-e Shannon will be in charge of the lesson, and Shir-lev Earles, the entertainment. Each member is to bring a gift for the grab bag. Wednesday A. B. C. Club will hold a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. F. M. Hartmun, SouU) Third street, 7:311 p. m. Gifts will be exchanged at that time. Wednesday Embroidery club will hold a Christmas dinner at the home of Mrs. W. D. GerrlHh, South Filth Btreet, 1 p. m. Wednesday Bridge Club-will meet at the home of Mrs. Tony Ave on South Fourth Street, 2 p. m. , Trl Kappa SororMy -will hold en last evening ut the Pocahontas Hall on South Main street in compliment to Miss Edna Mue ('i)iiiier. bride-elect of Chnrles II, Wilson of liesterton, Ind. lluni'O furnished the entertain ment of the evening anil u soiliil lime was enjoyed. The honor guest received muny lovely and useful gifts. Guests attending were Mesdnme? Frank Thlesn and (iiiuirnier, rnn Irene. John Colombo, Sieve Roth Martin Kandcra. George notion Glenn Kite, William Reese. Pete Glanotll, Andrew Glovunlnl. lorn West, Wlllliim Morris, Llllle Ithod-enberry, John Popik and daughter, Hetty Jane, H. K. Thomas and chil dren, Betty Jean and Melvin LeRoy. Jesse Hayes and baby Daughter, Sharon Durleene. Ella Mae Craig. Aines Bailey, Elmer Thomas, Ja cob Bryant, Anton Scaggiarl, Lewis White and Leonard Middle and the Misses Olympia Buffo, Edith Marga- et Avenntll, Valeria, Valia and En in White. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Grenlich of Ash Street were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil McCannon of Terre Haute. Mrs. Bud Breulich of Ash street is visiting several days at the home of her mother, Mrs. Jacobs, of Rose- dale. Mrs John Ricauda and Mrs. Louis Gianotti of Anderson street have re turned to their home after spending the weekend In Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kuhns and daughter, Erma Kay, of Whitcomb avenue were In Terre Haute yester day on business. ' Mrs. John Carriro of Fairvlew who has been confined to her home with Illness for several weeks, Is now able to be up. Mr. and Mrs. William R. Tlmmer- man of South Fifth street left today for Houston. Tex., where they will spend the winter. Mrs. George L. Carey of Falrview and Mr. and Mrs. Oather Daniels of Elm street were in Indianapolis yesterday on a business trip, Mrs. David Griffiths of South Fourth street, who has been con fined to her home with Illness for some time, Is a little improved. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russell, Mr. and Mrs. John Russell, Mrs. Jessie Kyle, Mrs. Jean Wake and Mr3. Nell Robertson, all of Detroit, have arrived here in Clinton to attend the funeral of James B. Russell, who died at the Vermillion county lospital yesterday. Dr. Winfleld Scott of Indianapolis visited Sunday at the homes of rela-ives in Clinton. Miss Vlasta Paloncy, Miss Julia Pohl and Nick Karanoviih spent the weekend ill Gary as the guest of Miss Palonry'B brother, Augustine 'alnni-y. WANDA REED SUFFERING ' FROM PAINFUL BURNS Miss Wanda Reed, who resides west of the city, "suffered severe burns yesterday at her home when she accidentally splashed lome full strength lye water In her face. Although some of the water got In her right eye, no ill effects will follow. Her llp were badly turned. She expects to resume her duties at the G. C. Murphy store the lat-'er pall of tills week. G. C y . wo I. id if. Eastern Stars Elect Officers I iim nihil Ion Hcrvlees Will Ur ' During January Jerusalem Dialler, 2IH, ). K. 8. held lis annual eleelloii f Ofl'lllTM )unl evening lit the hull on South Mnln street. Those elected to office for the ensuing year were: Worthy mutron, MIhs Oerlrude MiKenney. associate worthy matron, Mrs. William 011-foy; worthy patron, Don Biirgan; associate worthy patron, Robert Anderson; conductress, Mrs. D, O. Morgan; associate conductress, Mrs Mux Johnson: secretary, Mrs, Earl Turner and treasurer. Mrs. Carrie Leeds. Installation services will lie held during the month of January. Book Review Given at Woman's Club Meeting Mrs, Ora Doyle of South Fourth street entertained the members of the Woman's club at her home yesterday afternoon. During the session a hook review "Young Joseph," was well given hy Mrs. Tom Iteid and Mrs. J. I Horney. Mrs. Horney will' be hostess for the next club meeting, which will he held January 4. BIRTHDAY DINNER A birthday dinner was served Sundav at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rlgsby of the Range Line road, the occasion beln? the nnnlversnrv of Mrs. Rlgsby. fiuests were Mr. and Mrs. Aid Coleman of Rockville, MrB. Mar-Jorie Coleman and daughter, Gllnda Rae, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Keltz and children of Mecca, Mrs. Mary Riesbv and grandson, Billie, and Thomas Roberts of Paris, Mr. and Sam Rlgsby and son, Tommie, of St. Bernice, Mr. and Mrs. Nelse ThomaB and children of south of Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Ott Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Smithbottom of St. Bernice. BLANFORD CLUB MEETS A meeting of the B. B. club of Blanford was held recently at the home of Mrs. Bessie Runyan. Bunco was played and prizes a-warded to Veda Bohinc, bunco; Lucille Marcuiko, high; and Josephine PBpnnn. low. Refreshments were served. 1 Other memfcers present were Mrs Clementina Guerrl, Josephine Pe- rona, Angeline Marietta, Agnes Bo hinc, and Angeline Forte. Agnes Bohinc will be the host ess for the next regular meeting Mrs. Maggie Shannon of North Ninth street has returned to her home after visiting several weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Duncan, and Mr. Duncan of Gary. Mrs. Duncan was formerly Miss Eva Shannon. Mrs. Ruth Perona and daughter Carrol June, of Elm street have re turned to their home after visit ii the past three weeks In Wbiling wit Mr. and Mrs. Viek Orr. Mrs. Orr was formerly Miss Mai Evelyn MiMahon of Clinton. Mrs. Clara Gllmour of Elm stree' had as her guests Sunday evenlnp her sister. Mrs. John Rock, and Mr Rock of Rockville. Addison Folti of the Spangler neighborhood, who has been very ill with pneumonia for several weeks remains In the same condition. Mr. Foltt was removed to his home last week from the Vermillion County hospital, where he bad beer a patient. He Is being cared for hy a trained nurse at hlB home. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harlow IV Frist o Slate Road 63 were Heulah Thorns and Edna Kuhns. Miss Ernestine Crane of west of the city was a weekend guest at the Frist home. Ta Ynwl amall son of Mr. and Mr. Rtvin Fowl of Wabash avenue Is Buffering from severe burns on his lee. thigh and arm. The little tot fell on a hot register recently at his hom while playing. Lodges Clinton Com- mandery, 48, K. , T., will bold Its stated meeting tomorrow night at 7:30. Elec HOSPITAL NEWS liinrm Firestone, who underwent an eye operation at the Robert Lung hospital at Indianapolis, recently. was removed to his home yesterday. He Is gelling along as well as call he expected. Lierester "Cess" Howard of South Filth street, wlio has heen a pj- tient at I he tlreeiiruslle nospnai following un accident, remains in a serious condition. He is not permitted to nee visitors at this time. William Houston of South Fourth street is reported to he seriously ill at the Methodist hospital at Indianapolis. He has been a patient there for several days. Joe liertiilti of North Ninth street is seriously ill with sugar diabetes at the .Mercy Hospital at Chicago, lie has been there several weeks. Mr. Ftertotli has been visit ins al the home of his daughter, Lena Te-- sari. Lanson Davis, of Cayuga, who has been a patient at the Vermillion County hospital for the past several weeks, was removed to his home yesterday. Cosmetics Used 1,800 Years Ago The noble Roman maidens who tripped the streets of London 1.800 years ago used lipstick and eye black and tried hai'l to keep slim. Symbolize Compass Among the Pueblo Indians of the Southwest, the four cardinal colors yellow, green, red and white symbulize the directum! oi the com-oass north, west, south and east. South America's Great Falls In South America are great falls, among them the Kaiereur falls of British Guiana. The Potato river passes over a bed of hard rock until it tumbles 822 feet to a layer of softer rock. The river is :tn'0 feet wide where this mighty plunge is taken. The drop is more than twice as great as for Victoria, but the volume of wster is ler AT DOUGHTY'S NORGE IRONER Help Mother do away with thote tiresome hour over a back-ttraining ironing board. She will be proud of you for your thought ulneM. Mother will it in a comfortable chair and do all the ironing with the Norge automatically controlled ironer in less than half the time. Come in for a demonstration today. ModernUe Mother ironing as well as her washing. We have a very liberal payment plan and you deal with in, no finance company plan! 049.50 LONG EASY TERMS PAY NEXT YEAR A. J. Doughty Furniture - Hugs Ntme Quality Hr-,1, Prices Always lmet a.'M-:itl Kim Street I'lione 3til Clothing me Popular Prices At r the Holidays Buy Yourself a Suit and Topcoat to FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS: who cannot do their Christmas shopping during the day, our store will remain open nightly until Christmas. Celebrate Hat and Shoes to Match ROSENBLATT'S MURPHY CO. 5 and 10c Store tion of offlcera will be held.

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