The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 21, 1936 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Monday, December 21, 1936
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Page 3 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana" Monday, December 21," 1936 From Nippon to U. S. With Love Calhoun Started Tad Vice President Calhoun, ardent states Tighter, began the practice of addressing a senate member aa "the senator from . . . (naming th.i Btate)." Discoverer at Twenty William H. Perkin, the English discoverer of the mauve dyestuff, took out his first patent, that of synthetic mauve, before his twentieth birthday anniversary. CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES Mrs. Sarah Van Horn Honored at Dinner SOCIAL CALENDAR Tri Kappas' Annual Dance Scheduled for Monday, December 28 Wayne Mclnllre and WvlieKl rn to I h nihil Mimic for llnnee. To He Held ut Dreiimlimil Hull, Monday, Ih-eelliber t!H Member of Immediate Family mill A Worth-While Gift Suggestion: THE NEW 1937 CLINTON COOK BOOK Just Off the Press Published by WOMEN OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Copies May Be Obtained at: j The Daily Clintonian, Rosenblatt's, Morgan's, Medlock i or Any Presbyterian Woman Few Krli'iMlN Observe Anniversary of Mm. Van Hm-ii Nunriiiy At Her Homo Final plans have been completed by the members of the Trl KHpna Sorority for their annual Christmas ONLY 50c 80 Pages of Tested Recipes dntiee, which will be given at Dreamland Hall on North Ninth street, Monday, December 2S. Wavne Mclnllre and his orches tra or Terre Haute will furnish the music, for the evening. The ball will be apropriately decorated In keeping with the yuletide season. Anvone wishing to make table reservations is asked to communicate with Mrs. Hubert Ablemever hy calling 261. Tickets may tie ob PUBLIC SALE I mil movinu from Clinton, I will cll at public sole at in resilience ill !.17 Soiilli l uiirlli Si reel on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23rd AT I I'. M. The fiilbiMiiiK household furnishing.: Studio con-b, davenport. S rockers, library mble, center table, I square liilile. :t end tables, iiidio lablnel. ballerv ratlin. I tairo rug. It linoleum rugs, iiiagii-.iiie rack, dining lolile ntl six t hail's, sitlelHiartl. glass door safe, 1 wooden ImmIs, spring mill mallresses, ln-sser, Hasbsliiml. vanity cilblml, kitchen caliinel, poreeliiin top lalilc, 4 kilcbi'll I balrs, I high chair, I gasiiline riuiL'e, child's Ix-il, baby lulls, lialiv huge), lamps, ciiliafiis, dishes, cooking nlciistls anil other things. the bo- tained from any member of rority. Monday TONHJHT Domestic Arts club will entertain their husbands with a 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 borne of Mrs. Dow Mitchell, South Seventh street, 7:30 p. m. Each member is to bring a girt Tor the grab bag. Tuesday Croup A Sodality of the Sacred Heart Church will hold a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Wayne Jensen of the t'llnlon-Terre Haute road, 8 p. m. Alpha Club will hold a 1 o'cloc k dinner at the home of Mrs. C M. Kink, Mulberry street, Pythian Sisters to hold Inspection services at the hall on Black-man Btreet, 7:30 p. m. At that time Mrs. Nell Weaver 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 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 he exchanged at that time. American Legion Auxiliary bunco party will be held 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. Wednesday Mrs. B. C. Huffman of Walnut street will entertain the members of her club with a 7 o'clock' luncheon at her home. A gesture of friendship from the younger generation of Japan to th( younger generation of the United States. Shown in Hybiya Park, Tokyo, are littU members of the Japan Children's Playground Association ai thy presented a collection of elegant battledores and shuttlecocks as a New Year gift to American children. V. C. IlKITTOV, Ouner ( l.-rk, .1,, ('. Ilaysleir T. tiriggs. AiH-lloneer READ THE CLINTONIAN CLASSIFIADS Sunday School Class Holds Christmas Party The , Loyal Workers class of the Methodist church of Fairview enjoyed a Christmas party Friday evening at the home or Anita Mitchell. Following a short business meeting girts were exchanged und contests enjoyed. Prizes were awarded to Florence Jones and Virginia Morley. Rerreshnients were served nt the close of the meeting. Other members present were Martha Abernathy. Wllma Pence. Rosemary Robinson, Alice Cox. Virginia Hayes, Antonette Nesteler, Virginia P.lewend and the teacher. Mrs. Clyde Xliew. Miss Irma Mackel of South Fourth street is Buffering from an abscess on her right eye. Miss Catherine Foltz, who attends Llndenwood college In St. Charles. Mo., Is spending the Christmas holiday with her mother. Mrs. Alma Mooney Foltz on Walnut street. Mr. and Mrs. Dante Pesavento and baby daughter. Nick Comalanl and Frankallne Camalani spent yesterday in Indianapolis at the home of Mrs. Pesavento's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Massarachia. m IK A surprlsa blrtliduy dinner wan lipid yesterday for Mm. Saruh Van Horn of South Flflh street by tin members of her Immediate family and a few friends in observance ol her 71st anniversary. Dinner Waf served to the guests at one lonK table. Clients attending were Mr. and Mrs. James Van Horn of firoencns-tle. Edgar Van Horn of Detroit, Mist Jane Van Horn of Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Tate and son. James, and datiKhter, Miss Pauline of Tom Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Van Horn, Austin Van Horn, Miss Ann Oiovn-nlnl. Miss Wllma Winkler, Mr. am: Mrs. William Rae and children, ant1 Harold, Robert and Helen Louise Hope. Mrs. Van Horn received many nice gifts. Pastime Club Enjoys Christmas Party at Home of Mrs. Doyle Mrs. Ed Doyle of Fairview entertained with a Christmas party and oix o'clock dinner for the members of the Pastime CUib at her home Friday. Dinner was served to the guests at one long table, which was appropriately decorated in the sen-son's colors and reindeer. Favors of small china bankets were given the guests. Immediately following the dinner bunco furniBhed the entertainment of the evening. Prizes were awarded to Mollle Peyton, high; Julia Paine, bunco: Mary Ricketts. low and May Satterlee, travel. Guests prizes were awarded to D. Drake, high: Tillie Mae I.awson, bunco; May Richie, low, and Edith - Mae Satterlee, travel. Gifts were exchanged at the close of the party, White StiTr Club Holds ' Christmas Party Sat. A Christmas party was given Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Ed Spence, in North Tenth Street, by the members of the White Star club for the husbands and families. Santa Claus visited the party and distributed treats to all the children Glfta were exchanged, and a delightful dinner was served. Lotto was played and prize awarded to Heary Gilfoy, Joe P,Iia John Gilmour and Mrs. Spence. Mrs Joe Shaw and Mrs, Martha Reece The next meeting of the club wi! be In two weeks. Marvin K. Simpson of St. I.onh Mo,, is the guest of his parents. Mi and Mrs, H. F. Bufrington of Fair view. MrB. Roy Boren is confined to her home with a, badly apralned ankle at 614 North Main street. Are you one of the hundreds of satisfied customers who have found that they can do all of their Christmas shopping at Rosenblatt's conveniently and economically? If not, we suggest that you pay us and children of Rockville were Sun-Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Huffman as day, dinner guests ot. Mr. Huffman's a call tomorrow, weaicoiuuuuiuui urauLimi stock. And so liberal have been our purchases that you may still be sure of a good selection. parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Huffman of Walnut street. Miss Macel Anderson, John Alfier and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Champion spent the weekend in Chicago. 7 mf p Flannel and Alpaca ROBES Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nagle are spending the ChristmaB holidays at the home of Mr. Nagle's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nagle of South Third Btreet. $4 - s10 Corduroy & Terry ROBES Other weekend quests at the Nagle home were Mrs. Verta Van Horn and Herbert Nable of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bodnar of Crompton Hill will have as their Christmas guests, Mr. and Mrs. George Bodnar and Miss Marie Bodnar of Whiting. Mary, Susan and 1 fJ- Ann Bodnar and Nick Audrey of I 'iy 4 DAYS jfrSHOP ifehirtd tKTk L SEAL gggf 1920-MecUcol lgfff. Commithie of 5 i" Notionol " Tuberculosis Aw'nOgonized ttf. ST- ' .1 Lounin MM ' Chicago, and Mike Maksin of t.acon. III. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Illxon of Detroit are expected to arrive here this week to be the guests of Mrs. Hixon's parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Huffmun. Walnut street. Mrs. Hix-on wan formerly Miss Martha Fascinating LINGERIE . Dance Sets " Slips ' Chemise s j oo srj Handkerchiefs Are Always Acceptable Pajamas Pajamas like thene are an inducement to charming living. 111 luxurious silks. sutin. terry and corduroy. A wealth of if. va HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Robert Smart and infant son. Janifs Kdward. were reinv-fl from the Varmfllion County hospital to their honi in Roc-kvllle yesterday. I ( w 1 ft !- i i - - if. I . H slylrs. A.i inspiring tift bound to be received with much aby's Cold S-g 9 .1 25c-35c-50c Proved best by two generations of mothers. A Selection or I lldivilliuil Styles. 4vX 10 Herbert Sampson, who h'K wan aniimtatHd as the result of a mine Injury aeverul weltH uro. Ik Kfttiux along KatiHfactorily. VICK5 (V Vpo Rust to sjoo 95 to s5 SLEEPING PAJAMAS TUCK STITCH AND BALBRIGGAN PAJAMAS FOR THE COOLER NIGHTS 4, S wants : She really WOTICE! Will Run Busses Every Hour December 21-22-23 1 (F NIGHT : GOWNS Luxuriously laden with lace, these gowns are tut in lines to rival evening dresses! An unusual selection of styles and materials. S1193 $195 Miss Pauline Tate, student nurse at the Union Hospital, Terre Haute, spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dun Tate of Nebeker street. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Straughn of Edlnburg will return to their home thlB evening after spending the. weekend at the home or Mrs Straughn's brotfler, John Swiekard. and Mrs. Swiekard and family or South Third street. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shatmrk or Charleston, W. Va., are expected to arrive here Thursday to spend the Christmas holidays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Sbattuck of Elm Street and C. M. Poor of Mulberry street. '9 Pete Corsetto. of Sullivan, wai the guest yesterday of his sister. Mrs. Catherine Cogan. of Blackiuan street. Mrs. Victor Failla. of Chicago, If spending the Christmas holidays with her mother. Mrs. James Bianco, and Mr. Blanco of South Tenth street and her sister. Mrs. Ivan Run-yan. and Mr. Runran. DRINK WATER Wf7M MEALS BQOO FOR STOMACH Water with meals helps stomach Juices, aids digestion. If bloated with gas add a spoonful of Adler-ika. One dose rleans out poisons and washea BOTH tipper and lower bowels. Powell's Pharmacy. Adv. N5 oosiery Hosiery in chiffon or service weight, if you desire. 1 he ( kind of hose you're proud to give and the kind she loves to wear. 69c ,fm to I I c ft If: & ft BETWEEN CLiriTOn - TERRE HAUTE Leave Clinton Every Hour 6 A. M.-6 P. M. and 8 P. M.-10 P. M. Leave Terre Haute Every Hour 7 A. M.-7 P. M. and 9 P. M.-ll P. M. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24 Leave Clinton Every Hour 6 A. M.-10 P. M. Leave Terre Haute 7 A. M.-ll P. M. RIGAUDA STAGES OLR STORE WILL BE OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL CHRISTMAS NBLATTS ROSE 'A

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