The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 19, 1936 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Saturday, December 19, 1936 The Daily Cllntornan, Clinton, Indiana CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES if 0 (OWi Q Children to Be SOCIAL CALENDAR Royal Neighbors Elect Officers For Ensuing Year KM) IE Protestant Churches to Hold Christmas Programs Sunday Churches of (ho City to Olwrvc YulrtltJp Seawon at both morn-Infc And Evening Services Sunday In observance of Christmas the Protestant churches of the city are having various programs at their services, both morning iniri Mv.-niiin Sunday. Pageant at Hill Crest "The Star Lighted Path." a Christmas pageant by Mattie B. Shannon will he presented at 7:30 p. ni. at the Hill Crest Community Center. At that time the manger sene, the coming of the shepherds and the visit of "The Three Wise Men" will he depicted. Those participating are Elizabeth Baron. Robert Matt-spy, Arthur Moore, Billy HeNsler, Elmer flnnnoe, Joseph (iunnoe. Fred Hill, Steve Varga, Richard fiunnne. Anna Castagna. Elizabeth Varan. Rose Barone, Josephine Curat' fa Helen Lambert, Josephine Kiger Daif-y Jones, Louise Hungerford. Olympia Buffo, Mary .lanik, Annn Mae (Iunnoe, Mary Ann Stringfellow and Alfrieda Holton. The morning services will begin at fl a. m. at which time two programs wil be presented, one by the members of the Beginners and Pri mary department under the direc tion of Miss Buffo and Edith Cas-tagna. They will be assisted by Mrs. J. C. Knaflich, Anna Knaflich. Daisy Jones, Mary Janik, Mis Mar garet Cinotto, Lela Hnngerford anr' Anna Mae Ounnoe. The other pro gram will be presented bv the Junioi and Intermediate department in the gymnasium under the leadership of Mrs. Henry Warren and Miss Elizabeth Pfander. The programs will consist of songs, recitations, exercises and stories with a devotional period included. The choir of Hill Crest will pre- j sent a musical at 10:30 a, m. under j the direction of Miss Florence Auer i and Mrs. Warren. They will sfng Guests at Party l'Klon Auxiliary ' Hw Party for All Children f Kx-servlre Men Monday Night All children of ex-service men wtl he Kueats al a party Monday eve ning, whirl) will lie glvpn by the members of the American Legion Auxiliary. Thin party will be hold at the Royal Neighbor hull on Kim strppi over Dotighty'a store, at 7:30 p. m At that time Santa Clans will hp present to greet the children. The committee In charjre of the meeting la composed of Mm. C. C Manshlp, chairman, MesdAmes Clar- puce Wright, Anna Mackip, CoIp furry, E, P. Lowry and A. J Wheoton. A program has bpen arranged for the evening. Club Has Luncheon At Burgan Home Fri. The yuletlde season brings another Interesting party for a local club, thnt being the Current Event and Art Club, which held its annual luncheon and party at the home of Mrs. D. O. Burgan on South Fifth street yesterday. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Arthur Winkler and Mrs. Carl Louder of Terre Haute. A three course luncheon was served at 1 o'clock to the members at Bmnll tables, which were decorated with lighted tapers. Favors made of red cellophane were given the guests. Following the luncheon, carolB were sung and gifts were exchanged. The club presented the president, Mrs. William Vastblnder, with a beautiful lace tablecloth and scarf. She in turn gave each member a beautiful rose.. Miss Lenore Merrlman gave a Christmas story "The Wise Shepherdess" by Temple Bailey, in an Interesting manner. Guests were mesdames Dow Mitchell, Ernest Elliott, Albert Eder, Roy Butts. Paul Crumley, John Swickard, Walter Jones, Una Lap-worth and Mrs. Lena Talbott of Terre Haute, The next meeting will be held In three weeks at the borne of Mrs. Eder on South Third street. Class Holds Party Last Night at Church The annual Christmas party ' of the Modern .Martha Class of tho Methodist Cburcb was held last night in the parlors of tha church. During ' the -meeting "Capsule Friends" were revealed. Guests of the meeting were Mrs. Carl Louder of Terre Haute and Mrs. Agnes Lenhart of Dana. Contests were enjoyed and Christ mas carols were sung by the entire group. ine entertainment committee was composed of Mesdames Roy Taylor, Kamm, Marshall, A. Frist, and the refreshment committee, Mesdames Frank Bayslnger, John Lawson. Walter Dicks and Miss Bessie Dicks and Miss Lenore Mer-riman. Members attending were Mesdames Harold Mack, F. T. Kell. Clarence Wright, J. O. Hltt. Roscoe Conklln. Henry Pullen, Melvin Groves, C. C. Pearce, Fink, Harley Yotimans, John Frame. Ernest Elliott. Murl Dicks, George Jardine, Henry Wellman and W. A. Satter-lee, and Miss Sadie Jones. Club Holds Luncheon A 1 o'clock luncheon was served at the home of Mrs. George Kamm on Blackman street to the members of the Happy Hour Club Thursday. Following the luncheon gifts were exchanged. Bridge was played at two tables with high score priie awarded to I Orchestra nndi win Johnson. 10:4 a.m. ing; subject. ' mas." t the direction of Ir-Cluses for all. Worship and preach-'The Voice of Christ- 30 p. m. Christmas musical by choir. Everybody welcome. HIIX ( ItriST ( tlMMIMTV CKNTKR Kliza beib Pfander, superintendent. ft a. in. Sunday school . Two Christmas programs will be presented, one by the ticgiirn r ami pri mary uepanniejiis. i ne ciuier tnt-t-'rani will be presented by tbe junior and intermediate departments. lo::!o a. m.- Morning worship. IRST I'P.F.SBYTKRIAN' CHI RCH II. C. Cliapin, MiniMer "Cud's grace is richer than pray-Cod Always gives more than He s asked." !:4 5 a. m. - Bible School. 1 0: 4."j a. m, -Morning Worship. Ti.eim- "The Spirit of Christmas." Special music at this time. 4:p. m -Christian Endeavor meeting will be held at the manse following the (lass meeting (of the young people. 7 p. m.- Christmas Carol Service. t this hour (lie familiar and greatly loved carols will be sung by individuals and the, congregation. A story presenting the true thought of Christmas will be given. -t MKTHOIHST CHI RCH Sunday. December 20, 193(L 9:30 to 11:30 a. m. Christmas service. Christmas sermon "No Room at the Inn." Special gifts program by church and Sunday school. Christmas music by choir and organist, Mrs. Ira Church. (i p. m. Epworth League. 7 p. m. --Christ mas program by tbe Sunday school. A Merry Christmas to All Is tha wish of this Church to You and Yours. The Taiga, Great Forest The taiga is one of the greatest forest areas in the world. It extends across Sibejia immediately south of the sub-Arctic tun'dra belt, but north of the7 western Steppei and the central and eastern highlands. For the most part, the taiga is a vast, coW, sparsely inhabited region, about 4,000 miles in length and from 1,000 to 2,000 miles wide. The immense forests consist chiefly of coniferous trees such as pirtes, firs and spruces. Karanovich FUNERAL HOME I. NO. 24-Hour FREE Ambulance Service Phone 165 522 S. 4 th St. be in the form of a musical, Mrs. ha Church is the organist for both services. At 7 p. in. thf Sunday school will present a program. To Observe Chi IstnwiN Rev. II. C. Chap n will nVl.v.T a Christmas sermon ut both s-tvi. es omhi'led at the l';-'sNvr-iuii b urcb tomorrow. The i h"ine for the morning service will h "Th pint ni Chris: mas. " Spec a I n mic has been a n a ir'- d , During tbe evening servicM rhri' hi. is c:in,; will he nimiv and a sior.' pi -tet.iiti - the 1 1 tie t bon fb t of ( 'h i c:t inris will be given. S'pe'-ial K:-n.iCH Sunday school y.t rvU-- v- :'t lie held at fl:4.r, a. in. at the Baptist church. Following t lie lesion hour a program of fhri'tmas carols and recitations will be given bv tbe various i hisses oT I lie Sit lid ft v fcbnnl Itev. I'Miop will have as b:': sermon "Tbe Virgin Birth of .le:ns Christ." Special services will be he'd at tin Sacred Heart Cburcb on Cbristma: day. CHURCH NEWS FIRST BAPTIST t IH'RCH R. W. Bishop, pastor. 9:45 a. m. Sunday school; Christmas program by Sunday school following lesson period. 11 a. m. 'Morning worship; subject. "The Virgin Birth of Jesus Christ." 6 p. m. B. Y P. V. t p. m. Evening service. Prayer service will be held Wednesday evening at 7 p. m. FIRST KPIRITI Al 1ST HI RCH Will have our service at nur new location at 326 North Eighth street Sunday at 2 p. m. Rev. JulTa How-man of Terre Haute will be with us FIRST CHRISTIAN I HI IK II H. H. Wagner, pastor. 9: 3n a. m. -Bible school. Mrs. Tom Salmond. adult superintendent: C. M. Poor, general superintendent. Elephant Ivory Cracks Some kinds of elephant ivory, when subjected to sudden and extreme changes in temperature, have been known to crack with considerable violence. One such mishap occurred when a large Egyptian tusk, stored in the ivory warehouse on the London docks, split open with a noise like the explosion of a small bomb Collier's Weekly. "Borrowing Fire" Without friction matches and inflammable gas, the pioneers of Ohio experienced much difficulty in keeping the home fires burning. After a family settled itself in cabin, the fire would be started by bringing burning embers from a neighbor's fire. Tills was called "borrowing a fire." SUNDAY SPECIAL TURKEY DINNER 5c MKXf lioaM Turk')' juut lrlng MANhff I(J1IMH Choice of Ituttcrifl !IruvWI SprotifM or Cream l Onions I.iiiH- lad Ih"M'ii ll PiHhline or Ire Crrmn Drink: Icpcl Tern, Coffit- or Milk DOLLY'S CUPBOARD 417 South Main Slfrrt I 'bone SIO-J Saturday TONIGHT Pythian Sisters there will be staff and officer practice at the hall, 7 p. m., for Inspection services, which will be held next Tuesday evening. Monday Monday Bridge club will hold met-ting ut the home of Mrs. W. D. Gerrish. South Fifth street, 2:30 p. m. ' Gifts will be exchanged. Domestic Arts club will enter tain their husbands with u dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. F Houston, Walnut street, 7 p. m. 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 a Rift for the grab bag. Tuesday Pythian Sisters to hold Inspec tlnn services at the hall on Black man street, 7:30 p. m. At that time Mrs. Nell Weavpr of Bloomlngton, district deputy, will be present. Theta Kappa Sorority will hold a Christmas meeting at the home of Mrs. Charles Vogel on South Fourth Rtreet. 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 changed at that time. American Legion Auxiliary bunco party will be hpld at the legion home. South Third street, 7:30 p. m. Delta Theta Tau Alumnae to hold a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Dow Mitchell, South Seventh street, 2 p. m. GIRLS BICYCLE CLCB MEETS A meeting of the Girls Bicycle club was held Wednesday evening at the home of Elizabeth McLeish. Bunco was played and prizes a- wardjed to Elaine Gregory, high; Gloria M'acari, bunco; and Dorothy Touhey, low. Mary Pesavento was guest. The next meeting will be held at the home of Frankline Cofnaianl. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. John J. Lloyd of Mulberry street are the parents of a baby boy born at the Vermillion county hospital yesterday morning. The infant has been named John Charles. HOSPITAL NEWS Dr. J. L. Sanders, of Newport, who underwent a major operation at the Union hospital in Terre Haute, is in a serious condition. Mrs. Walker Nickel, of Cayuga, who has been a patient at the Vermillion county hospital for several weeks, was dismissed today. Mrs. Josephine Hays, who sustained a fractured hip several weeks ago. is getting along satisfactory at the Vermillion county hospital. t Letters SANTA CLAUS Clinton, Ind. Dec. 17, 1936 Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy 3 years old. 1 would like you to bring me a choo-choo train, a story book and little doll and a peck of oranges and candy. Your little friend, GENE A. DICKEN. COURT NEWS NEWPORT, Ind.. Dec. 19 Judge Albert R. Owens of Ufe Vigo superior court assumed jurisdiction as spe cial judge of tbe cause of Andrew Alexis vs. Credric Cam pell in the Vermillion circuit court. Thursday and set tbe cause for trial January 18. Plaintiff is seeking damages in the sum of $10,000 for injuries sus tained in an auto accident on State Road No. 1 In Vermillion county. Illinois, which occurred on January 21, 1935. Tbe cause was originally filed In the Fountain circuit court and venued to the Vermillion circuit court. Plaintiff is represented by Attorneys Hutton Clark. O. W. Longnecker, Lt Ten good Livengood and Wait A Carl Inert. Installation Services Will Be. Held January 14; State Of fleers Will Be Present Mrs. Pleas Kelsheimer was elect ed oracle for the ensuing year at a meeting of Wabash Camp, 1B17, Royal Neighbors of America, held last evening at the hall on Elm street. Other officers elected were vice oracle, Mrs. Robert Guinn, recorder, Mrs. Dan Tate; receiver, Mrs. Edgar Oeller; chancellor, Mrs. Clarke Phillips; marshal. Mrs. C. C Manshlp; Inner sentinel, Mrs. Anna Crosby; outer sentinel, Mrs. Harry Sijemore; manager, Miss Mary Marvel; musician, Mrs. William Satter- ee, and physician, Dr. I. D. White. During the business session plans were discussed for district meeting of the lodge, which will be held In Terre Haute next April. Mrs. Kelsheimer will be the delegate to the meeting and Mrs. Robert Craham, altprnate. Installation services will be held for the newly elected officers Jan. 14 at the hall on Elm street. Mrs. Ethey Snyder, state representative, of Frankfort and Mrs. George Wal lace of Terre Haute, district depu ty, will be In charge of the service. Following the meeting a Christ mas party was enjoyed. Contests were played and prizes were award ed to Mrs. Guinn. Miss Mildred Guinn and Mrs. Tate. Refreshments were served to the 25 members present at one long table, which had as Its center of at traction a small Christmas tree. The hall was appropriately decorated in keeping with the yuletlde season. Miss Adelyn Shew, who attends the Mary Baldwin school in Staunton, Va., is spending her Christmas vacation with her mother. Mrs. Ruth Shew of Elm street. Mr. and Mrs. Don Doughty and children and Mrs. Charles Pobl and daughter, Mary, are spending the weekend in Dayton, Ohio, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pohl. Miss Marynette White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. White of South Main street, is expected to arrive here today to spend her Christmas vacation at the home of her parents. She is a student at Mc.Murray college. Jacksonville. III. - Mr. and Mrs. Cole Curry of South Fourth street entertained with a chicken dinner last evening for Mr. and Mrs. Claude Balrd and sons. Eugene Max, and Charles Harold CAYUGA LODGE HAS ELECTION Mrs. Day Chosen for Oracle of Royal Neighbors; Camp Gets Invitation CA Y VGA. Dec. 1 9 TIip Royal Neighbors held their annual elec tion of officers recently at the home of Mrs. Ladesaa Day. Mrs. Day was elected oracle of the camp to succeed Mrs. Martha Beauchami. This R. N. A. camp has received an invitation to a special meeting to be held Decemher 2.1 at the home of Mrs. Jesse Cramer of Newport. Shower Given WedneMluy Several friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant gave them a shower Wednesday night. Mrs. Bry ant was formerly Gladys Hartman. Their house and furnishings were completely destroyed by fire recently The children of the Free Holiness Mission will give their Christmas program this Sunday night at the church. All are invited to attend It. Kunrtuy JSrhool Kltvtion New Officers were elected Sunday morning at the Holiness Sunday school to siifveed John Harper and j Mr, and Mrs. Virgil Hartman. who I recently resigned. Officers elected to take their places respectively were: Superintendent, John Bos-well; assistant. Alfred Canard, and teacher. Frank Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McMurtrey and Mrs. Blanche Harvey were visitors in Clinton Tuesday morning. They were dinner guests the same day of Mr. and Mrs. Omar Magers and Mrs. Wimmer of Hillsdale. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Adams and daughter Velma Marie of Rosedaie visited Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swaim. Mrs. Adams and daughter remained for a weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Pounds and Mrs. Gerald Allee visited in Danville Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harper. Mrs. Roscoe Roark and Mrs. Mai Churchill's Daughter to Wed several chorus numbers interspersed with so I oh and duets. Members an Anna Knaflich, Mr. and Mrs. William Wietanemi. Klmer and Joseph (iunnoe. Arthur Moore, (;e-rp-Jones, Mrs. Till i lieno. Mrs. Rose-mary Craham, Anna Mae Cunihm-.loe-ihine ;: nil fa, Olvmpiu Hullo. Kdilh Caslaguu, Lehi limine) ford, f y n( hia 'int rl and Mary .lanik. Choir to Present C;inlHi-i Members uf the Christian t'hnrcii f-hoir will present a Christ mas ca n-tat;i, "The Mump of M.-thlehem" at t he evening aer v in., M iss Mary Charles is the leader and Mrs. Kv-ftrett Lyday, pianint. The program includes the following numbers: seb-ction bv (lie choir. "Ring On O Song" wiih soprano ob- ligato by Mrs. Kraii'-is Sbelpky, bass solo, "A King Shall Reimi" by Rob-rt Balrd. "The Hong of Hope" by the choir, which will be nrronipa-nied by a quartet composed of Mrs. K. J. Hayes, lrs. Mon-y White. Bob Fiarbee ami -Mr. Fi;iird. alto and so-'inmo duet "The First Christ ma w Carol" by Miss Kibel !rovenee and Mrs. D. O. Lyons, Scripture read ins; by Rev. H. II. Wagner, selections by the choir "The Song of the Morn-ng," "To Bethlehem Draw Near." ind "Let Heaven and Nature Sing." a soprano solo "The Lullaby Hymn." by Miss Provence, accompanied by 'he quartette. A Christmas story will; be told by Miss Marjorie Tompkins, choir selection "The Music of fhe Bell" accompanied by Mrs. fibel-sky. "Cifts for the Manger" by Miss Madeline Harrison, selection? by the 'hoir "The March of the Magi" and "Hallelujah" with alto and soprano duet by Miss Provence and Mrs. Shelpky. at the conclusion the choir will sing a number "The Music of Bethlehem." Speciiil Program Art-cngcd A special program will be presented by the members of the choir of the Methodist church at both morn- ; ing and evening services, which will i and Vic Oliver I Clay's Address to Van Bureo Clay's address to Van Buren on rechartering of United States bank is the most famous personal address of a senator to the vice president. Meteors Seen After Midnight Most meteors are seen after midnight, when the U'uted States is in the advancing half of the earth and meets them head-on. NOTICE! t Have Reopened My Office in Rooms 8 and 10 of the Clinton Hotel Phone 223 Dr. Ott Casey F ; I 11 1 jurar I I.. .. So rah Churchill Another International alliance of note links Sarah Churchill, daughter of the British statesman, and Vic Oliver. New York bandmaster, whose wedding plans were announced by Oliver following romantic rumors which had previously been denied. When Miss Churchill first arrived in United States! it was announced that her intention was the stage and not matrimony. Mrs. James Fisher; second high. Mrs. Harley Youmans, and travel, Mrs. Harold Mack. Other members attending were Mesdames James Weir, Paul Fletcher, Raymond Gllfoy. Clarence Harrison, and H. N. Simmons. The next meeting will be held in four weeks at the home of Mrs. Weir. South Fifth street. Mrs. Melissa Tierney of Rock-ville. sister of Robert Ralston of North Ninta street, who has been visiting relatives and friends in Clinton and Falrvitw for several days, left Thursday for Los Angeles, Cal., to spend the winter with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ball of South Harvey visited in Danville Tuesday. .Mrs. Kinitli KWurnn Mrs. Robert Smith has returned to her home here after having spent the past several weeks with her daughter. Mrs. Paul Henderson, and family of Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson are parenrs of a daughter born recently. Miss Esther Smith went to Kentucky to help care for tbe mother and baby. Mrs. George McDanlel returned to her home Wednesday after visiting m-lth her parents in Danville the fore part of the week. Mrs. Edd Adam and daughter and Mrs. Blanche Harvey and son Jackie were guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs Dave Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jackson and son have moved back to Covington. 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