The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 18, 1936 · Page 5
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Friday, December 18, 1936
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Friday, December 18, 1936 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page S M Christmas Party I leld 1SS M. Earlywine Entertains Circle Home Economics Club Has Party Thursday CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES green streamers. It had as its centerpiece a tree made of cellophane paper, which had tied to It tho streamers containing the place cards. On the end of the streamers were the presents which were all Croup U Sodality of the Sabred Heart Church held its mepiui last Mrs. Carl Johnson of north of the the home of Alviia Forte. city was hosless for the nice) in:; off niKMt ut Delightful Parry Held at Home of The annual Christmas party of the Hi-Tri circle of the Christian Church was held last evening at the home of Miss Margaret Earlywine on North Water street, which was thoroughly decorated In keeping SOCIAL CALENDAR Margaret Cinotto ! with the season's colors Mifi Wan Friday the Hell's Prairie Home Kconomi s Club at her home yesterday, which was in the form of a Christmas party. The meeting was opened by t he members singing "Silent Night. Holy Night,"' During the business session the following committees were appointed for the vear: pro TOMtiHT plnr-rd in the center of the table. Mrs. Tony Stringfellow of Vine street and her mother, .V,s. Elizabeth Ellis, were in Terre Haute yesterday visiting at the home of Mrs. firincfnllow's grandmother. Mrs. Mary James. Mri. Jam- celeb rated her "Tth birthday anniversary at her noma etei day. Annual Party of Job's Daughters Held Last Night i The home of Mrs. Everett Helms of South Fifth street was the scene of an enjoyable Christmas party given last evening by the members f Job's Daughters. During the evening contests were "njoyed with prizes given to Marie- A delightful a 11 J enjoyahh Christmas puny was held last eve North Ninth Ptreet. Imnng the evening "Hodge"' was played at three la hies. Prizes were awarded M iss Mary F -n-isrlin, hiuh ; Miss Victoria G iaeo'etto. low. C nest prizes were award' d to Miss Rena Honucrhi, hirh. and Miss Anna Stariha. low. Other gnesiR were Norma Sasso and Mrs. John Sasso. A large Chr'st mas tree as t he i enter of att raft ion. which was beautifully lirjited Mystery pals were revealed at that tinv-. Te cuests vp served refreshments at one Inn:; tnMe which was beauti.ully ilefpnit--d in r-d and ning by the members of the A, A. A. club at the home of Mist Mar Buret Cinotto ou North Eighth street. da Shelton was in charge of the devotional period. Talks were given by Miss Myrtle Irene Paine on "Democracy of the United States," Miss Earlywine on "President Jarvis", "Black Madonna" by Inez Harden: "Achievement in Spite of Handicap" by Helen Red-mon; and the "Child Friendship Proi gram" by Miss Evelyn Paine. During the business session the members decided to send gifts to the Jarvis college in Tennessee. Orange Ixdgc to meet at 7 p. m. at hall in South Main street. All ladies requested to wear white. Wabash Camp. 1517, Royal Neighbors of America will mei-t onicht at the hall on Kim street. 7 p. m. Following business session, 'he members will entertain their families with a party. AH mcm-Vr are to bring e ther cookies or sandwiches. .Modern Martha class of the Meth- (lifts-, which contained the names gram. Mrs. Harlow P. Frisl, Mrs. Krne-r Harrington, Mrs. Frank cy:rlnire and Ms. Harrv Ivv; flower committee. Mrs. Lewis Reed and Mrs. Ray Hamwrsley and re;ior-T". Mrs John Movers and Mrs. Fred M"ver. Folio win 7 gif!. wen enhanced atvl refreshments were served tn the 20 members and four guests. Mrs-. Additional Social on Page 8 lou Adams. Mary Helen Roberts. Marguerite Marie Butts. Following, a grab hag was enjoyed. Those attending ere the Misses Margaret Blower. Ada Bell. Mary Members attending were the Misses Lucille Clover. Rachel Rob erts, Irene Dailey. . Mrs. Maynard Ijouisc Taquette. Anna Jane and M?y Houston. Margaret Nelfon, Ra-mona Wake. Betty Baxendale. Georgeann Slover. Margaret Penman. Catherine Lawson. Thelma dist Church will hold Its annual O rial mas party at the church, 7:30 . m At that lime mystery pals will revealed. j Pastime club will hold a 6 ! of the mystery pals for the past year, were plared under a small, lighted tree and later were distributed to the members. "Annagrams" furnished the in tertainment of the evening with prizes awarded to Mrs. George Van-deroorde aud Miss Lois Crane, who was a guest of the club. Refreshment were sot-red to those present at Email tables. A small Santa Claus was givcu the girls as favors. Members attending were Mes-dames Angelo Turchl. John Colombo. Louis Gianolli and the Misses Malone. Mrs. Dow Mitchell and Mrs. BAKER'S HOL1DA Y SHO WING OF Nettie Johnson. Mrs. Harvey Hut- . son. Mary Ellen Ivy and Patty Joe t Frist, present. j- The next meeting will lie h ' I January 21 at the home of Mrs yr- 'tt Frank Sweet of Terre Haute. o'clock dinner at the home of Mrs. Ed Poyle. Fairview. Mrs. Margaret Gray and est Ma-k. Mrs Austin Mayes w-ll be the assistant hostess. Moose Lodge to hold initiation Family Guests at Party Stein, Virginia Reed. Guests were Marie Jones. Mrs. Roy Butts, guardian. Mrs. Alma Foltz. past guardian, and the council members, namely. Mrs. Walter Jones. Miss Ruth Harrison and Mrs. Helms. Mr. John Goldner. formerly Miss Delia Davis, a member of Job's DRESSES and social meeting at hall on Black-man street, 8 p. m. 3k 3k A party was given last evening Saturday Ladies A id Elects Officers for hy the members of the Poiahanta ca Lodge in compliment to Mrs. Mar garet Gray and her family, which daughters, was presented a gift for her twins last evening. Home Guards of the Method'st Church will meet at the home of Betty Ann Dirks. South Fifth street. All new materials in the wanted bright and soft shades colors art" Rose, Gry, Biege, Peacock Red, Green, and Blue, composed of George Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bridgeman was elect Mrs. V illiam Gray. Mrs. Henry Men- 2:30 p. m. ' Pythian Sisters there will he a Mrs. Harry Moore Is gel and Miss Margaret Gray. president of the Ladies Aid of th" Christian church at a meeting field yesterday afternoon at th home of Mrs. H. H. Wacner. Rlackni-i'- 3k i 3k Lena and Clara Avenattl and Bona Gioranlnl. V. The next meeting will lie held January 7 at the home of Miss Clara and Lena Avenatti, North Eighth street. Dinner-Party Held Bv Good Time Bridge Club i A dinner party was held yesterday j by the members of the Good Time j Mrs. Gray was recently appointed 095 $095 ! Hostess for Club Meet to the Board of Appeals, a state of street. Other . officer ejected fn- staff and officer practice at the hall, 7 p. m., for inspection services, which will be held next Tuesday evening. fice hy Mrs. Henry King, who the ensuing year were: viceppesi- fulfilling the office of creat Pocahontas for the ensuing year. nent. Mrs. Ed Cunningham ; secre tary. Mrs. Janet Scott, and trasir- n Other Christmas Suggestions 3k Refreshments were served to the Monday guests at one table in the form of a Mrs. Ira Ta-Jor. Following the hnsine;-:s session Monday Bridge club will hold a Bridge club at the home of Mm. ini7T' i mrriiir . jjJi'A T shape with Mrs. Cray and her contests wer enjoyed with prizes family at the head of the table. The table was beautifully decorated with awarded to Mrs. Effie Harrison and The annual Christmas party of the Past Chief's club was held last nirht st the home of Mrs. Harry Moore. South Seventh street. The devotional period was in charge of Mrs. Mo'ire and refreshments were served hy Mesdames Moore. Ed Ruby. Henry Oilfny. Clara Gilmour and Ednr Minnirh. past presidents. The Voore home was derorated with Christmas decorations and a large Christmas tree. Mrs. Ruby acted in the role as Santa Claus and Mrs. Coen Robertson. Hostesses KotM'M. Pajamas. (;riMiis, Mi.. Toflfli.. Danrott" in rnr or satin . . Tai-lot-fvl or Ijice trim. meeting at the home of Mis. W. D. Gerrish. South Fifth street. 2:30 p. m. Gifts will be'exebanged. Domestic Arts club will entertain their husbands with a dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. for the meeting were Mrs. Sarah purple candies and streamers. A social time was enjoyed follow in? the refreshments. Goodhue and Mrs. John Charls. Martin Lanzone on South Fourth street. 'Mrs. Seibert Shew of Chicago was a guest of the club. During the evening Mrs. E. P. Lowry and Mrs. Victor Tasso entertained with two vocal duets. "O Little Star of Befhlehem" and "Silent Night, Holy Night." . Bridge was played at two tables Mis. William McMillan was in $1.00 gradually to $5.?r m? I II 11 II f ..ri I' -. k 3 charge of the entertainment. j Houston. Walnut street. 7 p. m. n 3k "if. 3k 3k VI 3k Other members attending were Societies Hold Party Mesdames Huxford. Dan Tate, Fred I Firemen's Auxiliary will hold a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Dow Mitchell, South Seventh street, i 7:30 p. m. Each member is to bring j a gift for the grab bag. distributed gifts during the evening. , At Hij Cregt JhursfJay Contests wpre enjoyed with prizes J rke. J I,. Hayek. A. A. HeH9 and D. J, James. with Mrs. Raymond Foltt receiving high score prize. Mrs. Tasso, travel, and Mrs. Lowry, low. Boxed Handkerchiefs SOc 69c $1.00 Scarf pnd Tam Sett 59c $1.00 Hosiery 59c 69c $1.00 Scarfs, silk or wool 59c $1.00 Tuesday CHKISTM.tS PAIiTV HKI.II Thirty-five members of the Thi- awarded to Mdames AHn Mc-Piitil. Minnirh. JesPie flORsett. Nora WHs"n and Plas Kelshetmor. Twelve memhprs and two guests. Mrarpt Wood and Rosemary Bnll-!p"'on. were present. p nt matins will he held at ihn home of Mrs. Kelsheimer on South Fourth street on January 27. 'athra class of the Baptist church neld its annual Christmas partv at The next meeting will be held January 6 at the home of Mrs. Tasso on Vine street. Golden Star Club Holds Dinner at Wright Home he home of Mrs. John Sweeney on 1 3k nnuth Fourth street. The home was .Worsted in keeping with the sea son s colors. Pythian Sisters to bold inspection services at the hall on Black-man street. 7:30 p. m. At that time Mrs. Nell Weaver of Bloomington, district deputy, will be present. Theta Kappa Sorority will hold a Christmas meeting at the home 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 street. 2 p. m. Gifts will be exchanged at that time. The meeting waB opened hy the BAGS in suede, kid, wool crepe, fur grain and patent 59c to $2.99 GLOVES in kid, cape, suede, per- The Missionary societies of tin First Presbyterian Church and Hill Crest Community Center held a Christmas party at Hill ("rent yesterday afternoon. The meeiiiin was in charse of (he president. Mrs. Anna Gunnoe. and the devotional period. Mrs. Charles Vaughn. The following program was enjoyed during the session: group stngins under the direction f Mrs. M. J. Tonner: a vocal solo "The Story of Jesus" was presented by Mrs. Tillie Peno; readings were given by Mrs. Ben Sollars on "Christmas". "The History of the Mormon Church' by Mrs. Gunnoe. and "A Christmas Gift" by Mrs. George Herwig. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting by the hos-tAqe. Miss Kl'zaheth Pfander. Mrs. Entertains Club entire croup singing "Silent N'ieht Holy Night. ' after which the devo- 3k I ...ttiia n.c 6MCU uy i mtiiii: V Kendall. ! Following contests were enjoyed tex. chenille and suede cloth 59c to $1.99 An all day meeting and Christmas dinnen was held yesterday by the members of the Golden Star Club at the home of Mrs. Robert Wright on Blaokman street. At noon dinner waa served to the guests present at one long table. During the afteimoon Christmas carols were sung by the entire group and a game was enjoyed. Recipients of the prizes were Mrs. Adolph Stickle, high; Mrs. James Fox, low. with the prize awarded to Mrs. Tv; ' f& Thomas, Mysterv pals werp reveal-, ed and a grab bag was enjoyed. S? S tS.SS3r!S.&S Half Century Auxiliary Plans Banquet for Jan. M. Stwullcy a"d Mrs. Man- Mrs. Charles Crane Sr- of Fair-t view entertained with a delicious chicken dinner and Christmas party last evening at her home for the members of her club. Dinner was served to the guests at one long table. The home was appropriately decorated in keeping with the colors of the yuletid'i season. Following the dinner hunco furnished the entertainment with high score prize awarded to Mrs. Lot. Ftitrhey; bunco, Mrs. Willard tterry. and travel and low. Mrs. John Foster. Mrs. W. Ilium Cull as a guest of the club. The next m ethic, will lie held at the home of Mrs. Foster in two weeks. Spiers. Other members attending were ( At a meeting of the Half Century Mesdames Roy Butts. Elizabeth j Auxiliary held last night in the club James. Odell Archer. John Raster, , roon, in Sollth Main .trM.. t,ians Xmas Stationery 50c and $1.00 XMAS CARDS were made to hold a banquet at the Harry McClintock, William Morris. Norral Brown and Fox. The next meeting will be held j next meeting, which will be Tliurs-i day, January 7. Stop at Our Fountain for Lunch and Rest While Shopping Good Food Good Service. Mir. N'ttie Johnson of the Salem neighborhood was a dinner giiet of her cousin, Mrs. Ralph Campbell, and Mr. Campbell of South Main street. Purine t be afternoon they visited at the home of Mrs. Iatsy Mc Nor ton of Sont b Kicht h street . January 5 at the home of Mrs. Fox. MRS. J. N. FRIST ELECTED PRESIDENT OF BRIDGE CLUB Electric Heat Pads $1.98 $2.49 $3.49 Watches $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $2.49 and $3.95 Electric Sandwich Toasters 98c Electric Toasters 98c SEALS TAGS CARDS Colored Cellophane Cellophane Ribbon Cord, Tissue & Gift Dressings Election of officers will be held and the tbree-tjuarter century de-zree will be conferred upon three members. Eight tables of bunco was played last nicht and prizes awarded to I'M . I Mrs. Pearl Sears. Inch ; Mrs. Kighteen members of the Wednesday Bridge club held their annual Christmas party at the home of Mrs. W. D. Gerrish on South Fifth street F KODAKS Hitt. hunco; and Mrs. T. U M Inn aid. low. Wednesday. - During the meeting Mrs. J. X.. Mrs. Seibert Shew and Mrs. Oerl- Frist was elected president for the I f'H For Chrstmas I j $2.85, $5, $8, $9.75 and up rnde Foraker of Chfcagn are viitinc at the home of Mrs. Show's parent. Mr. and Mrs. Shell Curtis of North Third street. They plan to visit here until after the first of the year. ensuing year and Mrs. Ira Church secretary. Gifts were exchanged. The next meeting will be -held in four weeks, the place to be announced later. tw mm i a i j mm mmm m mmm . m z m p r r a--.. mm Men's Shaving Sets Colgate's 49c and 98c P?lmoIive 49c and 98c Waiiam's 98c American Gentleman Set 98c DrPree Lavendar Set. $1.00 Yardley's $2.35 $2.85 $2.95 Chevron leather case set $3.50 Houbigant's Shaving Set $1.00 Yard ley Shaving Bowl. $1.00 2 T5Q Sets of Toiletries by Yardley, Evening in Paris, Coty, Arm and, Colgate, Max Factor, Dorothy Perkins and Hudnut-$1, $1.49, $2, $2.25, $2.50, $3, $4, $4.50, $4.95, and $6. if I JUaa CAaArm ft i Then We Have The Answers! 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