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Wednesday, December 16, 1936 The Dally Clintonlan, Clinton, Indiana Page 3 Fortnightly Club Holds Meet At McGinty Home Welcome Class Meets At Perona Home Tues. Ledges Vermillion Chapter, 125, itoy-vl-j al A ich Masons, wilt eonfw l he royal ariu degree on several undidaies Thursday al ? p. in. CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES KitllM.i; LI H Ml I IS Mr. and Mrs. (i. H. iSt even son of Soul h Th it d si ret were hosts for the meel ilig of the Tuesday i uli- truct ttridg club Hi th-ir borne last evening, (j nests fi' 1 r a nd .VI rs (Jeot ge L. 'u rey. Hridte uk pla vid a t n ta !,i w ii li high score prize a wa rded to .VI rs I fu bt-rt A h b-tneyer and second hL'h. Mrs. Carey. Delts Hold Dinner SOCIAL CALENDAR Albeit Southard, 'Hit hard of Soul b seriously HI ut hih e, Wafh. Mr. Sout ha id form i Clinton. hither of Stw-iilh ut In. me ut : 'lly lived here Mr. and Airs. Paul Ward ot K:.n-sar-. III., were t'ueMts Monday ol Mrs. Wiird't pa r eins, M r. and M rs. Jo-IJope)H and familv nf Iflanioid. nn tii King of uest today of SI pernlfv Claude Ifi The Fortnightly Club held its Christmas meeting ut the home of Mint Agnes MeCinty on South Sixth Str-et last nlfcht. The program committee was onm-posed of Miss Met; inly. MIks Mabel Cleurwuteis and Miss Anna Smiih. The program consumed of s contests, later being follow taiga and I'd by an exchange of gifts. The next meeting will be held at the home of Miss Reasie Van Duyn on South Fourth street. Miss Dorothy Devonald will be in charge of the program having at her topic "Weather Bureau." (MKhiA dim:i! m;rvi:d A delicious chicken dinner and annual Christmas meetinf of (he Minnehaha Club was held last evening at t he hall ou Sou t h Miii n street. There were 2J members present. Following the dinner bunco was played with Mra. William Taylor the recipient of the high scor prize; Mrs. Agi)en Ku, bunco; Mrs. Torn McLatchie, low, and Mrs. Grace Hnuirt-ti. travel Miss Anna Ozelia of IjlanTnrd is spend i uk a week'a vucu I ion at i In-borne of Mr. and M rs. Oreo Wade and son. Jack, of Paris. Miss O.ella and Mrs. Wad- are sisters. Mr. and M rs. Paul Sk id more ut" M iilbr ry st rect are ti ndian;i pol today on business. SPECIAL FOR TWO WEEKS! "Coolette" MACHINELESS WAVE The Only 44 MarliliMliH I'.ll.rt 33JJ M.-llM-l AIL-OlLWAVE Cft Willi .'u Mi-KTinli., only. X9U Others $2.50 and $3.50 MODERN WAY BEAUTY SHOP 350 South Main Street BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. f.ayu- Martin illackinan street are the parents a lia by gii I hoi n i liis mni n Inc the Vermillion county hohpiijj T' in la til lias no) yi-t I ecn njiined Mr. and Mr I-' nk T.icker of en's of II blih.V itnlreiun mi' v i . I horn i hit. million count v the p 'ihrj at Hie Wr pit a I. Caught a Cold ? K J io help end it sooner. J1 rub throat and chest with fO, WICKS v. si ' s S Sk Silk 'Alpaca Phone 110 2 '4f. The Welcome i lugs of the Christian church held its annual ChriKt-maa party ut the home of Mrs. Ruth Perona on Kim street iui even!.". There were 11 memberit present. Mrs. Lawrence Shannon watt in t charge of the lesson and Min Shirley Karlea, the entertuiijine.il. During the huts in est period plan were made to hold ltn nxt nreetinp at the home of Miss Miirxuvt Karly-wine. North Water Hireel, January 12. Mias Kurles wiJj pive the Ich-son at t he next mw! inn fiul Mrt Perona will be in charge of (he entertainment. Following- tht business session contests were en in yd wit li prizes a wa rded to Margaret Crosby and Inez Harden. Th ose attending we re the Mi hss Ruth Crosby. Kthel Proveime. Wit ma Toppas, Audrey Ifixon and Mrs Kverett Lyday. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Ilcskett and baby son. Donnle, of Sout h Sixt h street had as their Sunday dinner guest h Mr. H en ket t 's pa ren t s. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ht-skett and daughter, Margaret, of Summit C-rove. Mr. and Mrs. Jese Vestal of South Seventh street had' as their dinner giiPRls Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potter of Paris, Mr. and Mrs. Hersche Davis and children and Mr. and Mrs. Frank f haddock of Tere Haute. Additional Social on Page 6 JUS I I I v. U it. 1 m 0t ft. 0. Watch Her g Eyes Sparkle On Opening a Box of i V, I ' Give Her a Gift of Glamour! PAJAMAS . NEGLIGEES Loyal Hearts Class Holds Annual Party At Salmond Home CliiMt Hold Annual Hoclal Meeting IjihI Evening. Hume lleayilfull)' Decorated la Holiday Colon Olio of the most delightful rial meetings of lh teaHon for Ih Loyal Hearts class of the Christie 1 church wa Hi annual C'hrlstnia ; party held hut evening at the home of Mrs. Tom Salmond, Walnu at reel. Aaalstant hostesses were Miss Kuth Richards and Miss Mary Blal The Sahnond honie wan approprl ately decorated In keeping: w,ln "' season's colora. The living room hud aa Ha center of attraction lurge Christmas tree, beaullful lighted, with elf te placed at th base. Another renter of attraction wai that of the dre-place llghte ' with cream taiiers and decorated with miniature Christmas trees. i the fire-place was a colored seen i depleting the story of "The Three Wise Men" cleverly arranged Mr. Dow Mitchell. i Mrs. A. A. Hesa, teacher of th i class, gave a Christmas story in a 1 Interesting manner. During the business period t hi I members decided to hold the meet I trigs on the third Tuesday of each l month. It was also decided to hoi the annual dinner and election i nlffieers next month. Tile commit i tee to be In .charge of the meetin . Ih composed of Miss Marjorie Tonip : kins and Mrs. Clovls Harvey. j Inumediately following the bus : ness session delicious refreshment I in keeping with the season's color' J were served to the gucKts at nnia tables, lighted with blue tapers. Bunco was played during the eve nlng with high score prize awarder" to Mrs. Bob Barbee, and low, Mlsp Beulah Nonweller, Those attending were Mesdame Dom Rlcauda, Fred Meyer, Robert Griffiths. D. O. Lyons, Claude Balrd A. A. Heas, Frank Crawford, Ro Butts and Dow Mitchell and th Misses Ruth Harrison, Mudalln Harrison. Ruth Clover, Olga Matt sey. Bernlce Prlbble, Glenna Mille and Rettle Cunningham. Queen Esther Class Has Party At Church f Tlrirty-three members and for ; mer members of the Queen Esther I Haas of the Methodist church met lr the parlors of the churrh yesterda afternoon for their annual Christ mas party, Guests of the rlass were Mesdames C, C- Pearce. John Scl fres, Jessie Satterlee, Clarence Wright and O. P. Middleton and Miss Lenore Merriraan and Mies Martha Scifres. The following program was given J during the afternoon : Christmae I carol singing by the entire group devotionals and prayer by Mrs. Da vld Murray; Scripture reading. Mis tZoe Sharp; violin selection by Mis.' i Scifres. who was accompanied at the I piano by Mrs. Ira Church; a readme I of Christmas greetings by Mrs. K f E. Shew; vocal solo by Mrs. A. Tom fbaugh; Christmas story by .Mr ; Pearce followed by another selection i by Miss Scifres and Mrs. Church I and group singing. ? After the nroeram refreshments were served to the guests. Mrs. W S. Lewis and Mrs. Guy Briggs pre sided at the tables. The committee in charge of the meeting was officers of the class namely, Mesdames Douglas. Robert James, Harry Moore. E. W. Cord Ingley, Tom Reld. They were as Bfsted by Mrs. I. C. Eaater and Mrs Pleas Kelsheimer. MOTHERS CLUB MEETS The annual Christmas party of the Mothers club waa held yesterday ! afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mer-, ritt Hartman on South Third street. ' Mra. K. W. Powell was a guest of the club. Bunco furnished the entertainment of the afternoon with high score and club price awarded to Mrs. Tony Marietta; Mrs. Louis Marietta, low; Mrs. Don Doughty, travel and Mra. Pete Voto. bunco. The Club will hold its next meeting at the home of Mrs. Doughty on Blackman street in four weeks. Gift were txebauged at the close of the meeting. MRS. NELL WEAVER TO SPEAK. AT MEETING Mrs. Nell Weaver, of Blooming-ton, district deputy of the Pythian Sisters. Kill be the principal speaker at a meeting to be held next Toes-day evening at the ball on Black-man street. Initiation services will be held at that time. At Christian Church The holiday wanon bring.. Chritu-niati partta for various cluba mid bo-rorit(f or the city. One held lam evfiiiiiK waa 1 hut of the Ilta Tin-in Tuu Sorority, whl h wan lu the form of a dinner al the Christian rhurch, The committee to charge of thf meeting waa composed of Mian Th el-ma Med 111, chairnutn, Mia Mary Owen, Mips Kvamae Lewln and Mra. gam On wait. Approximately 40 member, gueKta and inactive mem bera attended. Oueata were thr putruneMHes Mm Carrie Leeda and Mn. JE. A. Lewln; Inactive membeia. Mitten Helen Newport, Lorraine Walker, Oerailda Geller and Macel AnderHon; alumna lwrnhers Mra. Tom firiffitha and Mra. E. C. Boyd and pledga Mis Helen and MJbh Kathleen Miller and Mibh Frances McDonald. Dinner waa nerved to the piiPHtu at a toble In a "U" shape, which wu beautifully lighted with tapers and miniature Christman ireeH Place carda In the form of h nut II booklets containing carols and the son ga of the sorority were tfrven the members aa favors. Immediately following a short business season wan held at which time the menrbers discussed plauH to distribute Christmas baskets to several needy families of the eiiy. Lorlprp Elects Officers At Meeting Last Night Jerusalem Mde. F. A. M., elected the followinr officers for the ensuing year at a meeting held lust niht at the hall on South Main street. Those elected were worshipfut master, Louis Lemstra; senior warden, Dr. Odell Archer; junior warden. William Vast binder; treasurer, Toivo Lahti; aeeretary, Fred Van Horn; senior deacon, Ray Shew: ; Junior deacon, T). O. Kurgan; tyler, i Robert Anderson, and trustee, Roy j Butts. Installation services will be held the same time the members of j th" Eastern Stars hold services for their newly-elected officers, which ; will be In January. I Club Holds Installation Services for Officers! A meeting of the Clinton Town ship Home Economics club was held yesterday at the home of Mrs. Harry Van Duyn. of west of Clinton. At noon a delicious covered dinner was served. In the afternoon the program began with all the members singing "Silent Night." A reading of "Christmas Customs lu Other Lands was given by Mrs. Howard Clover, and "Rules and Duties of Officers" by Mrs. Ross Jumes. Installation of new officers was held and Mrs. Wright Van luyn, the outgoing president, presented the duties to Mrs. John Dunkley. the new president. Committees were appointed, and the creed recited by .all present. Mystery pals were revealed and gifts exchanged. The members present were: Mesdamea John Brown, Charles Cluder. Vernon Cluder, John Dunkley. Paul foltz. Kenneth Foltz, Claude FolU, Versa Huffman, James Murray, fieorge McCown, Edwin Shew. Her- sbel Shew, Fred Gregg, Howard Clover, Ted Kaiser. Milton Wright. Vlda Kelley. Verda Farrington. Karl Shew, Hannah Heines, Griffiths, Nellie Joachim, Elizabeth Jaraea, and Miss Eva Ella Wright and Miss Nema Wright. Guests were Mrs. Homer Runyan. Mrs. j Laura Dunkley and Miss Louise Farrington. The next meeting of the club will be beld In January at the home of Mrs. John Brown. Dr. Odell Archer Gives Talk at PTA Meeting Dr, Odell Archer, township trustee, was the principal speaker of the Parent-Teacher association held at the Fairview scuoolbouae Monday evening. The committee in charge of the meeting was composed of Miss Barbara Carrera. Mrs. Neil Dunn and Mrs. Roy Perk. Dr. Archer gave an interesting talk on the duties of a veterinarian. Other persons participating on the program were Mildred Bohannon. Anna Marie Folden. Hilda Church Betty Cunningham. Vireinia Hie- wend. Arthur Salin. Howard Shan-nou. Homer Colettl and Elizabeth Birt. The next meeting will be held Jan. II. the committee wilt be com posed of Miss Mary Newport, chair man. Mrp. Ott Church and Mrs, Shell Turbeyvllle. Wednesday A. B. C. Club will hold Christ mas party at the home of Mrs. F. M Hartman, South Third street, 7:80 p. m. Gifts will he exchanged at that time. Tri Kappa Sorority will bold ."hristnias party at the home of Mrs, John Cillmour, Rim street, 6:80 p m. All inactive members are Invited. Thursday Hell's Prairie Home oiiomlcs Club will hold a Christmas meet Inr at the home of Mrs. Carl John son of north of the city, 2 p. m. At that time gifts will be exchanged. Past Chiefs Club will hold Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Harry Moore, South Seventh treet, 7:30 p. m At that time g :rub hag will be held. HostesKes for the meeting are Mesdames Clara fillmour. Henry 011-'ov, Ed Ruby and Edgar Mlnnlch of New Goshen. A. A. A. Club will .meet at the home of Miss Margaret Clnotto, Vorth Eighth street, 7: SO p. m. This vlll be a Chrlsmtas party. Golden Stor club will hold a. Christmas dinner at 1 p. m. at the home of Mra. Robert Wright, Black-man street. Missionary societies of First Pres byterian church and Hill Crest community eenter will hold a Joint meeting at Hill Crest, 2:30 p. m. Hostesses for the meeting will be Mrs. R. M. Stwalley, Mra. Mary Spears and Miss Elizabeth Pfander. I'hilathea class of the Baptist church will mee at the home of Mrs. John Sweeney, South Fourtb street, 7 p. m. Half Century Auxiliary will hold business meeting In Morgan'! basement. South Main street, 7:30 p. m. Following sesaion bunco will furnish the entertainment. Group B of Young Woman's so dality of the Sacred Heart church III meet at the home of Miss Al- vira Forte of North Ninth atreet. This will be a Christmas party. 7:30 p. m. Hi-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 Kamm, 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 Churrh Choir to meet at the church at 7 p. m. Methodist Choir will meet at p. m. Job s Daughters to hold annua! Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Everett Helms. South Fifth street, 7:30 p. m. Friday Modern Martha Class of the Meth odist Church will hold its annua' Christmas party at the church, 7 : 3" p. m. At that time mystery pals wi1) be revealed. Pastime club will hold a 6 o'clock dinner at the home of Mrs. Ed Doyle, Fairview. Current Event and Art Club will hold a 1 o'clock dinner at the home of Mrs. D. O. Burgan of South Fifth street. This will be a Christmas party. Moose Lodge to hold initial ion and social meeting at hall on Black-man street, 8 p. m. Saturday Home Guards of the Methodist Churrh will meet at the home of Betty Ann Dicks. South Fifth street, 2:30 p. m. Monday Firemen's Auxiliary will bold a Christmas party at the home of Mrs Dow Mitchell, South Seventh street. 30 p. m. Each member is to bring gift for the grab bag. Tuesday Theta Kappa Sorority will bold Christmas meeting at the home of Mrs. Cbarle Vogel on South Fourth street. Scout Mother's Club will hold a Christmas meeting at the home of Mrs. James Edwards. North Fifth street. 2 p. m. Gifts will be ex- hanged at that time. BI'N(t PARTY HKLD Sis tables of bunco were played the American Legion Auifliary bunco party held last evening at the Let? ion borne on South Third street. Prixes were awarded to Mrs James Cunningham, high; Mrs. Edmund Owens, bunco: Mrs. Greulicb. low. and Mr. Cerald Martin, travel. Another public banco party will Ag v '2 95 J(TO) HOUSE COATS In: .vw .m. 11 . j 1 to Rosenblatt's LINGERIE dAt: I t it 1022 S ; vrA --J-- f. V w .. fiZJ.ll ft. ft. t. $ ft. ft. ft. ft. ' k : m 'ft. . ft. rice SHOO S 1L -To MAKE THIS Christmas You Will Find Member of Corduroy Pajamas and Robes YOUR Store Something tor Every the Family! ATT' f MI3) S, llN O be held next Tuesday evening.