The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 17, 1936 · Page 5
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Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, December 17, 1936
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Pae S The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Thursday, December 17, 1936 COLLF.GE STUDENTS HOME to school I lie students will he faced with semester examinations and activities in connection with the close of the rail term on January 27. The second semester will open February 1. CLINTON SOCIAL FOK CHRISTMAS holidays The annual Christmas vacation at Butler university in Indianapolis will bring four Vermillion county students to their homes for the hol idays They Hie Charles Brown. J Clinton: Lung Holt, Dana: Irvin HollliiltKwnrtli, Newport; und Myron A. Crawford. St. Hnruice. The Butler vacation period will mid on Monday, January 4, when instruction will lie resumed on the In dianapolis campus. Upon returning PlfhMmm(znne&Wut ence a year HELPS AVOID MANY COLDS Especially designed aid for nose and upper throat, where most rolds start. Used in time, helps prevent many colds. VlCKS VATRO NOL READ THE ADS 3ft . Sft 3ft s 1 s i Sft '0. Sft i Sft 3k 3ft 3ft S I 1 Vermillion County's Diamond Center! We carry the largest stocii diamonds in Clinton. Our of satisfied customers numbers into the thousands. Come in today and let us show you diamonds of rare beauty at lowest prices. Use our Layaway Plan. We will held your purchase until Christmas! Your Selection Our Stock Is Unexcelled! Is m I I ft. $ al Si M When You You Spend Buy a a Lot The more money you spend, the more carefully you make sure of receiving full dollar-for-dollar value. Not being an expert yourself, you protect yourself Sy going to a jeweler, like Fa-raco's, whose reputation for knowing and dealing is above question. ft it?; of list SOCIAL CALENDAR Thursday Good Time UrhlK Club - will hold a Christmas dinner tit 11:30 p. in. at the hou." uf .VI is. Murliii l.mi zone. South Kourlli Htreel. .MHthodisI Church Members nil persons taking part In llin playlet for Sunday are to meet for practice at the church. 0:311 p. in. Past Chiefs Club will hold a Chrls'mas party al the horn of Mrs. Harry Moore, South Seventh -treet. 7:. 10 p. m. At thai time a 'rrnli bag will be held. Hostesses for the meeting are Mnsrfnmes Clara Gilmour, Henry Gilfoy, Ed Ruby and Edgar MlntiMi of New Goshen. A. A. A. Club will meet al the hrme of Miss Margaret Clnotto, verth Eighth street, 7:30 p. in. This ' "i'l he a Chrlsmlas partv. j Pbllathea class of the Baptist church will mee al the home of Mrs. John Sweeney, South Fourth street. 7 p. m. Half Century Auxiliury will hold a business meeting in Morgan's 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 party, j 7:30 p. m. " 1 Hi-Trl Circle of Christian Church to meet at the home of Miss Margaret Earlywlne on North Water street at 7:30 p. m. Each member is to bring a gift for missionary box. Christian Church Choir to meet at the church at 7 p. m. Methodist Choir will meet at 7 p. m. Job's Daughters to hold annual Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Everett Helms, South Fifth street, 7:30 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 wl'l be revealed. I Pastime club will hold a 6 i 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 Initiation and social meeting at hall on Black-man street, 8 p. m. Saturday Home Guards of the Methodist Church will meet at the home of Betty Ann Dicks, South Firth street. 2:30 p. m. Pythian Sisters there will he a staff and officer practice at. the hall. 7 p. m., for inspection services, which will be held next Tuesday evening. Monday Firemen's Auxiliary will hold a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Dow Mitchell. South Seventh street. 7:30 p. m. Each member Is to bring . ! ft Beautiful Gems Set in Hand Made Mountings $10.00 and up Mrs. Delia Brown of South Fifth stieel received word yesterday of the critical Illness of her father. John Tallon of Homer. III. Mr. llri.wn was SO years old last May. Mrs. Brown left immediately to be with her father. Diamond, of Money Parasols Gloves Handkerchiefs Hosiery Lingerie Snow Suits Fitted Cases $19.7S :r: Faraco's Make Today! Faraco's Art Jewelry Shop NOTES TRI KAPPAS' PARTY HELD AT HOME OF MRS. JOHN CILMOUR Gilmour IIoiim' lleitiilifiilly Doeonit- i d loi' 1'iifly. Huns i ompiemi l or Kororily Hume lo III- ' Held Ih-eellllier 28 The yulellde seuson brings one party afier another for the various clubs of the city. One was held last selling by the members of Tri Kappa Sorority at t In; beautifully decorated home of Mrs. John Gilmour on Elm street. The home was decorated Willi holly and a large Christmas tree. A turkey dinner was served to the members at small tables, which were also decorated in keeping with die season's colors. The committee In charge of the meeting was composed of Miss Anna Laura Curtis, chairman. Mesdames Gilmour, Hubert Ahlemeyer, Max Johnson, ("lay .Veal, Don Paine, G. II. Stevenson, nnd the Misses Lois Shaf!'. Anna Mildred Smith and Florence Salarogllo, Following the dinner a short liusi-i,Psi, session was held at which time plans were completed for the annual dance of the sorority, which will he held Monday, December 28, at Dnnmlnnd Hall on North Ninth stnet. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the sorority. Inactive members attending were Mesdames Martha Webster, Paul Them'isnii, Louis Lemstra, Harold rie-rish. of Roekville, and Miss Knlh- ar'ne Ahlemeyer. Active members present were Mesdnmes Paul B. Taseheer, E. O. Hutchinson.. Wakefield Gerrish. Curtis Louden, Mark I.vday and daughter, Lyle Marshall, IC. W. Powell. J. W. Reeder, Francis Shelsky, J. F. Swayne, Harold Wisehart, Morey White, and the Mirses .lea'i Ahlemeyer, Gertrude Ewlng, Nettie Carbon. Esther Marie Kellv. Virginia Salmond. Betty Pnears. Virginia Spears. Vlvi Lou Stilt and Anna Katharine Walker. MRS. WEAVER TO INSPECT Mrs. Nell Weaver of Blooming-ton, district deputy grand chier of District 10 of the Pythian Sisters, will attend the meeting of the Pythian Sisters at the hall on Blackman street Tuesday, Dec. 23. Mrs. Weaver will inspect all ritualistic work of Thelma mple. 134. Pythian Sisters. All members must be present and the stafr and off leers are to wear white. a gift for the grab bag. Tuesday Pythian Sisters to hold inspection services at the hall on Black- man street, 7:30 p. m. At that time Mis. Nell Weaver of Bloomlngton, district deputy, will he pre-ent. Tbita Kappa Sorority will hold a Chrs! meeting at the homo of Mrs. Charles Vogel on South Fourth street. Scout Mother's Club will hold a Christmas meeting at the home of Mrs. James Edwards. North Fifth tret. 2 p. m. Gifts will he exchanged at that time. Additional Social on Page 8 10c-25c TONITE CD. ...... VL ... 1 jwiiTt ni l nay i A Idle Wile Club Has Christmas Party At Harrison Home Wed. a rhrlolmna dinner, served buf- ret style, was held yesterday at 1 p. m. at the home or Mrs. Guy Harrison on South Sixth street by the members or the Idle Wile club. The Harrison home was beautifully decorated In keeping with the colors of t ho yule-tide season. The dining room table had as Its centerpiece tail Inner. A large Christmas tree, well light ed, was the center of attraction. Following the dinner, bridge was played at four tables with prizes awarded to Mrs. Archie Carmlchael, high, and Mrs. Guy Southard, travel. During the meeting plans were made tor a meeting to he held nt the home or Mrs. George Sarver on South Main street Dec. 20. Those attending were Mesdames E. C. Boyd, Willard Berry. Cecil Harrison. Corinne Hall. Waller Leeds. Tom Lewis. E. A. Lewln. William Little, Curtis Louden, George Sarver, Carl Ulrich, Louis Lemstra, Charles Walker and Earl Turner. At the close or the meeting came the part of Santa Claus when gifts were distributed by Mrs. William Little, president, to the members. Chicken Dinner. Party Held by Bridge Club A delicious chicken dinner and annual Christmas party of the Tups day Bridge cluh was held Tuesday afternoon at the home of .Mrs, Pied Porter on South Main street. The guests were seated at one long table, which was attractively decorated with small reindeer and Christmas decorations. Gifts were exchanged following the dinner. Bridge furnished the entertainment of the afternoon, which wi- played at three tals. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. J. L. Hayek, high; Mrs. Walter Burnside, low, and Mrs. Paul Fletcher, free-for-all. Members attending were Mesdames B O. Huffman, James Fish er, Harold Mack, Byron Anderson. Lee Black. H. A. Moore, Dave Reed and Charles Walker. The next meeting will be held in two weekB at the home of Mrs. Reed on South Fourth street. Christmas Partv H"ld At Hartman Home The home of Mrs. Merritt Hart man on South Third Street was the scene of a Christmas party held by n,o memheis of the A B. C. club last evening. The home was beauti fnllv decorated ith colors in keep ing with the season's colors and lame Christmas tree, beautifully lighted. The members enloyed a two ennrse luncheon, which was served it smill tables. Mrs Loren Lambert and son. Den nis were guests of the club Following the dinner bunco furnished the entertainment- Prizes were awarded to Mrs. D. O. Burgan. ijrli and travel; Mrs. Marie Dirks. Iiuncn; Mrs. Frank Bayslnger, low. nnd Mrs. Immbert. guest. The next meeting will be held at Hie home of Mrs. Charles Straw on Walnut street January IS. 7W PtCrUMGA 10c TONIGHT 25c "Hold on to your sox, folks . . . her we go again! 11 t Martha lift lafctrt CmaaMAfji Maarg Owtltf Skirlay Ins Urn DoProa New Sportlighl Novelty Comedy FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Wm. Boyd & Gail Sheridan in "HOPALONG CASSIDY RETURNS" f 1 S Y K T7f Wif ffPTIi PeteCuerri Weds Elizabeth Wilson Young Couple Married Inut Evening At lrsoiiinc" or Key. ('. 1'iurrr. Left on Short Honey- Trlw. To Make Home S At IIOI South KIkIiiIi ' Street Mrs. Nora Wilson of South KlKl'tli street i8 announcing the marriage of her only daughter, Miss Elizabeth, to Pete Guerrl, son of the lute Mrs. Frances Guerrl of Centenary. Tue marriage vows were read last evening at the parsonage of Rev.; C. C. Pearce, minister of the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Otterri will lie al lionfe to their friends at (109 South Eighth street after December 2 The:yonng couple left last nichl on a slort honeymoon trip. Herbert E. Matson, MaryM. Cooprider Marriecl December 1 4 : Couple Married at Louisville, Ky Monday, Decemlier 14. On Short Honeymoon Trip. To Live At Terre Haute Annoojiqetnent Is made of lite marriage of Miss Mary M .Coop-rider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Cooprider of North Frultridge Avenue, Terre Haute, to Herbert K. Matson, Bttn of Mr. and Mrs. C. o. Matson of North Eleventh Street, also or thaf city. The marriage vows were read Monday, Deember 14, by Rev. 'William Weiler, minister of the Methodist church, at Louisville, Ky. There were no attendants. Mrs. Matson attended Indiana State Teachers college at Terre Haute, where she was a member of Kappa Kappa Sorority. For the past three years she has been a teacher In the local schools. Mr, Matson was graduated from Rose Polytechnic institute, ifhere he was a mem ber of the Theta Xi Fraternity. Since his, graduation he has been with the Public 4erylce Company of Indiana- at Dresser. Immediately following the ceremony the young couple left on a honeyraomon trip through the south. Upon their return they will he at home to their friends in the Griffith Court apartments on North Seventh street, Terre Haute. " " Local Women AttH Party in Terre Haute Mrs. Clara Gilmour, past grand chief, and Mrs. Henry Gilfoy, district deputy grand chief, attended a Christmas party last evening In Terre Haute given by the Sunshine Council of the Pythian Sisters. The Sunshine Circle is an organization of the lodge for young girls. A banquet was served by the Mothers' -club at tables arranged to form a horseshoe, and the Christmas colors, ereen and red. were carried out. Tn the center of the horseshoe was a large Christmas tree from which gifts were exchanged. Each mother was presented a gift by the members of the council. Mrs. Ida Lewis, or Terre Haute, the sponsor, and Mrs, Gilmour and Mrs. Gilfoy were presented gifts. A program of Christmas finN accordion music and tap dancing? waa presented. Raymond Foltz. student at P--due university, is expected to arr---here tomorrow to spend the rhri-'-mas holldaya with bis parents. Viand Mrs. Gurney Foltz of Universal Rev. C. C. Pearce of South Fifth street was called to Martinsville today on account of the serious illness of his mother. Mrs. Julia Pearce. COUUIBIA Thursday Qnfy "36 Hours To Kill" with BRIAN DONLEVY GLORIA STUART Comedy "CHOKES ON YOU" Sport Reel "PLANE DEVILS" 10c and 15c 0. a. ii 215 South Main Street ft ft Wt IKEm o o Pajamas Robes Sweaters Jackets Gladstones Raincoats Ties Sox Handkerchiefs Travel Cases Ik ft i ft ft ft i'ft II I ft ! i'ft i Phone 349-W ft 5 3ft 'A 3ft 3ft 'A 3ft 3ft 3ft i 3ft 9S 3ft H 3ft 3ft 3ft K Suits Topcoats Snow Suits Jackets Sweaters Hosiery Belts Robes Shirts and Ties Gift Sets S 3ft p 'n. r" i 3jk 0 1 PALACE YOU'LL BE UMP FROM LAFFING at THIS SOCIAL CLIMBING BARBER! irAi. iijim A COMEDY. ROMANCE Hal Roach, the man who make those marvelous Laurel and Hardy corce- dies, cornea through wiHi .nntliM. errand triumph of fmliciome fun and unre. (trained mirth. X I ", r W ir V If ji I MIS V m . i .0SENBLAT . . . EXTRA . . "No Place Like Rome" Musical News of the Day Travel Talk IK .ttttlittitMMMMMMMII Mttttt 1

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