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December 22, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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I Tuesday, December 22, 1936 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page 3 HOSPITAL NEWS I CLINTON SOCIAL NOTE$T Early Counterfeit Money In the United States between 1880 and 1890, apparently thousands of small town "slickers" bought and passed counterfeit money, says a writer in Collier's Weekly. One Reed Waddell, operating in New York, made $280,000 during this decade by selling "green goods" throughout the country at the rate of $12 for $1, boldly advertising his currency to a preferred list through letters, circulars and even elaborate booklets. SOCIAL CALENDAR Christmas Party Held at Home of Mrs. Dow Mitchell w Thi modern chert hit figured wal- H aaM, h Mm k nt unP nrr panel ud with t I Q.Rfl X? wi Ui L . J C JL marched oriental wood, and mar- Q'W II W k I k 1 If nutry inlay. Automatic cmag top. ft1 Ji $1 n . ' el a 5 A. J. DOUGHTY 4 FURNITURE FLOOR Oualltv First 234-38 Elm Street Pnr Frank Ranuy, who underwent a major operation at the Vermillion County hospital this morning, is get ting along as well as cuu be expect- Pd' ..a. I Blanche llerry, daughter of Ed Berry, who underwent an appendec tmny at the Vermillion County tins pllul several days ago, is getting along satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hayes of South Fourth street spent yewterday : n ivinton at tue nome of .virs. Hays brother, James Cummings. and Mrs. . Cummings. Mrs. Cummings Is seri- ously ill. , ... J Mr. and Mrs. Roy Butts and daughter. Marguerite Marie, of Crompton Hill had as their guest for several days, Mr . and Mrs. Carl Butts and son, Jan, of Gary, and Mrs. Adolph Stickle or Whiting. ... Mr. and Mrs. Paul Skidmore of Mulberry street and Mrs. Harold Mack of 'Walnut street spent yesterday in Indianapolis. Miss Helen Louise Hltt of Michigan Is spending her ChrlstmaB holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J, O. Hltt of South Fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Adams of Blackman street will have as their gueBtB for Christmas their daughter. Miss Virginia, and Frank Boos of Chicago, and their son, Edgar Adams of Middleton. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis and son, Jaokie, of Pontiac. Mich., who have been visiting at St. Louis. Mo., for several weeks, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall A. Frist of South Fifth street, Mrs. Lewis is a sister of Mrs. Frist. Luncheon Time Changed . Mrs. B C. Huffman of Walnut street will entertain the members of her club with a 1 o'clock luncheon at her home Wednesday instead of at 7 o'clock as was announced. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Guerrl of South Eighth street have returned to their home after visiting at the homes of relatives and friends In Illinois. Mrs. Guerri was formerly Iftlss Elizabeth Wilson before ber recent marriage. The Great Poet The great poet reveals new beau- Averagt Age of Dog The average age of a dog is 10 years, and this is due to the fact one year of a dog life is the same as seven years of hurian life Walking Uses Up Oxygen The oxygen requirement for walking increases at a greater rate with increasing speed of progression than t'lat for running NOTICE! Will Run Busses Every Hour December 21-22-23 BETWEEN CLINTON - 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. Tuesday TONKiHT Gamma Gumma Sigma Horurlly will ho'd a party at the homo of MIhb IHiBHle Dicks, Elm street, 7:30 p. m. Mystery pals will bn revealed ut that time. Group A Sodality of tile Birred Heart Church will hold a Christ mas party at the home of Mrs. Weyne Jensen of the Cllnton-Tcrre Haute road, 8 p. m. Tythlan Sisters to hold Inapcc- lion services at the hall on Blackmail street, 7:30 p. m. At that time Mrs. Nell Weaver of Bloomlngton district deputy, will be present. Each member to bring six sandwiches. Thela Kappa Sorority will hold a ChriBtmas meeting at the home of Mrs. Charles Vogel on South Fourth street. American Legion Auxiliary bunco narty will be held at the Legion home. South Third street, 7:30 p. m Wednesday Mrs. B. C. Huffman of Walnut street will entertain the members of her club' with a 1 o'clock luncheon :it her home. Queen Esther Circle of the Meth odist Church will hold a Christmas party at the home of Martha White on South Main street, 7:30 p. m Galilee Shrine Temple, 7, of White Shrine of Jerusalem will hold a picnic dinner at the temple on North Eighth street, Terre Haute, 6 p. m. All sojourners are to bring a covered diBh. A program will be held during the evening. Thursday Job's Daughters will hold regu lar meeting at the hall on Main street, 7:30 p. m. Friday Galilee Shrine. 7. White Shrine of Jerusalem will hold regular business meeting at the temple on North Eighth street, Terre Haute, 7:30 i. m. Mrs. Foltz Honored At Surprise Party Mrs. Alma Mooney Foltz, prin cipal at the Crompton Hill school, was honor guest at a surprise party given last night at the home of Mrs. Arthur Kennedy. The home was appropriately dec orated for the Christmas season. The table, centered with a bowl of holly tied with a red tulle ribbon was decorated in red and silver and lighted with varied colored tapers. delicious three-course dinner was served by candlelight at 6 o'clock. Artistic Santas were given as favors. Guests were Dr. and Mrs. Odell Archer and children. Waite and Vayland; Mr. and Mrs. Norval By- um, Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Diana Mooney, Catherine Foltz, Mary Handera and Margaret Grif fith. ... Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kelly of Bloom- ley Jones, and Mrs. Jones. Dewey Mrs. Kelly'B aunt, Mrs Max Deal, and Mr. Deal of the Doughty apart-uieuts. Mrs. it. M. Pentreath of Blackmail street is confined to her home .'ith illness. ; jJJ Mr. and Mrs Y. C. Brltton of 57 South Fourth Btreet plan to leave the near future for Miami, Fla.. where they will make their home. Children Guests At Party Given ' By Auxiliary Inti'iTKliiiK 1'rognun (ilven Mi I'art)- ,at KveiiliiK- KiiiMh Claus Mnkt-s AM'Hi'Hiif-o and Treats Knell Child Approximately 300 children a tended tlio mm mil Christmas party given liy the American Legion Aui- lliary, which was held last evonin at the Royal Neighbor Hall on Elm Street. The committee in charge of the meeting was composed Mrs. C. C. Manship, chairman, and Mesdamef Anna Mackle, Clarence Wright, Cole Curry and A. J. Wheat on. , i'jg ino nan was appropriately aecor ated for the season and at the end of the room was an artificial fire place, which, was lighted with ta pers. A Christmas tree was another attraction of the room. lne following program was en joyed during the evening: several selections by an orchestra composed of Mrs. E. P. Uwry, pianist, Iln Mae and Jeanette Rawley. Dorothy Pflefer and Martha Voto; welcome address by Mrs. Mackie: flag salute and a song "America" by the entire congregation Christmas Carol "Lit tie Town of Bethlehem" by four girls, Martha Manship. Barbara Lee Burgan. Lillian Mae Lawson and Dorothy Helen Gulnn; readings from the "Book of Luke" and "Three Bad Little Boys" by liftle Dorothy Kathryn Foncannon; carol "ItCame Upon the Midnight Clear" by the chorus: reading by little Vlr glnla Gall Jones; dance, Beverly Anderson; reading, Bobby Bozarth two dances by Bobby Anderson and Sammy Bridwell. The Archer twins entertained with a duet, "Santa Claus la Coming to Town," followed by a reading "A Long Way" by Dorothy Helen Gulnn; Doral Le Daniels entertained with a difficult tap dance number; gong by George Chenall accompanied at the piano by his mother, Mrs. George Chenall: dance by Catherine Maden and Dorothy Fader; charua entertained with a number "Jingle Bells," dance by Dorothy Kathryn Foncannon; reading Norma Jean Weir and a selection by the orchestra. At the close of the party the croup sang "Silen Night, Holy Night." Following the program was given to each child Claus. 1 ' treat Santa by Club Entertains With a Dinner for Husbands Monday Dinner Held at Home of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Houston. Walnut Street; Bridge Enjoyed The Domestic Arts club entertained with a turkey dinner last eve-ning for their husbands at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Houston of Walnut street. The borne was beau- tifully decorated in keeping Ith the yuletlde seasou, as were the tables. Following the dinner, bridge was played at four tables with high score prize for the women awarded to Mrs. Louis Lemstra, and men, A, D. Spears. Those attending were Mr. and Mis. B. C. Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lewin, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stlne, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Harrison, Mrs. Lemstra, Mis. J. N. Frist, Mrs. H. M. Ferguson and Mrs. W. D. Oer rish and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Spears. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Lemstra during the mouth of January. . Bernard Evans to Wed Crace Hafley New Year's Eve as In Criminal Law of England The criminal law of Kngland. un like that of the United States, does not permit a prosecutor to prejudice a jury with a record of the post con victions of the man on trial, except under unusual circumstances such as when there are previous convictions for the same offense and when the accused himself raises the issue of his good character. Collier's Weekly. Arizona's Temperature Arizona has a wide range of temperature owing to differences .in altitude between the northern and southern portions of the state. The mean temperature is 45 degrees in the north and 69 degrees in the south. The sandy plains of the southwest attain a temperature of 120 degrees and heavy snows occur in the mountains of 'he north. Tinfoil Long Used It is not known definitely when tinfoil was first made. The word tin foil meaning tin in thin sheets-appeared in the English language as early as 1467, and was subsequently used in the sense of backing for mirrors. In 1876 tinfoil is mentioned as a wrapping for medicines. At that time it was an alloy of tin and lead. Put in-Bay's Natural Wonders The three natural wonders of Put-In-Bay, are the famous caves: Perry's Cave, Mammoth Cave, with its small underground lake, and Crystal Cave, the only strontium cave in the world. A strange geometric design marks all ol the crystals; every formation in Crystal Cave, regardless of size, has exactly the same angles. Americanisms "All of" as an Americanism for "as much as," traces to 1829; "all sorts of," for "of a comprehensive character," is found in 1841; "all over," meaning "throughout," dates to 1834. "Right along," meaning "continuously," appears in 1856, and the phrase "to get along" was invented in 1830. Many Uses for Salt The commercial uses of salt are almost limitless. It is used in the wet process of extracting silver and copper, in textiles, soap, tanning, fertilizer, refrigeration, and even in making weed exterminator. Children's Teotli Some authorities state that at the age of 1 year a child should have six teeth and at 2 years 16. The Township System The township system dates from the "Hundreds" plan adopted by the Continental Congress in 1785 after the report of a committee headed by Thomas Jefferson. 5 YEAR GUARANTEE 1 31 MB ONLY 50c 1 1 1 R'ICAUDA a ' Auxiliary llolilx Christ mm Party Last Night; Home Appropriately Ihi-orated in Keeping With Yuletlde Reaann The yuletlde season brings "an- older enjoyable and delightful Christmas naitv for the members of the Firemen's Auxiliary, which was held last evening at the home of Mrs. Dow Mitchell on South Seventh street. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Herschel Check and Mrs. Everett Helms. The Mitchell home was beautifully and appropriately decorated In keeping with the holiday season, the center of attraction being a Christmas tree, lighted with vari colored bulbs. During the evening gifts were ex changed and contests were the diversion of entertainment. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Mallle H. Marshall, Mrs. Robert Wright and Mrs. Anton Fenogllo. Other members attending were the Mesdames Mabel Brown, Roy James. Juanita Jacobs, Wilford Doolin, Charles Doughty, Harry Dunlap, Raymond Foltz, Raymond Graves. John Guerrl and Frank Greulich. At the close of the party delicious refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held held Jan. 18, the place to be an nounced at a later date. ... , Surprise Birthday Dinner Given for Mrs. Agnes Sharp A surprise birthday dinner was held Suuday at the home of Mrs. Agnes Sharp of South Third Street In honor of her 75th anniversary Those attending were Mr and Mrs. Seph Intnan and Mrs. Lucille Williams of Linton, Mr. and Mrs. John Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. William Sharp and daughter. Catherine, Miss Geneva Ruth Davidson of West Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Sharp and Mrs. Emma Oard of Terre Haute, ; Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Hughes Ben Sharp. Bruno Beitrame, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Maxwell and son, Junior, and Ruth, Barbara Jane and John Maxwell, all of Clinton. ... Mothers Entertain Children at Party Members of the Mother's Club en tertained with a Christmas party for their chidren last evening in Mor gan's basement on South Main Btreet. They were assisted by Bar bara Vogel and Eluora Marietta. Contests were enjoyed throughout the evening with prizes awarded to Mary Lou Gilfoy, Gene Ave. Donnn Lee and D. A. Doughty, Paul Ave., Wayne Frist and Marie Marietta Following refreshnienls were served Other little guests present wen- Marie Jones, Jackie Gilfoy, Gene Marielta, Nathan Hartman and Hob by Voto. ... Mrs. Victor Fallla of Chicago, who lias been visiting several days at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Blanco of South Tenth street, returned to her home today Mutlhew Benko, Bend. Is visiting Jr.. of South relatives and friends here. US & tS & in J Phone 752 K ter pinel of walnut ump and end raW" panel of walnui depart ted by elm eQ (uifmiiR double tray COVERINGS STOVES Alwavv I nwect" uft Phone 361 j STAGIES LUXURIOUS TIES Imported silks, moires, repps. Beautiful fabrics that vill tie perfectly, that will wear amazingly well! Patterns, stripes, plain shades. In Christmas boxes. 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: The Daily Clintonian, Rosenblatt's, Morgan's, Medlock's or Any Presbyterian Woman - x'VWr' 80 Pages of Tested Recipes S for HER Christmas.... Ml You'll find real ft the world's most beautiful refrigerator! Xmasl Spirit CEOSLEY iSIIELVADOR mr. FLOWERS) SEE THE SHELVADOR BEFORE YOU BUY ANY REFRIGERATOR Prices From i. $295 SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS NO FINANCE CO. Marriage to Take Plme at Kirs' Haf.ll.t Churrli Mr. and Mrs. Murt Hatley ol North Sixth street are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Mlsi Grace, of Terre Haute, to Bernan Evans, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Evan; of South Fourth street. Torre Haute The wedding will take place a the First Baptist Church at Fourteenth and Liberty avenue. Tern Haute, New Years eve at midnight Rev. Epjiersoii will read the marriage vows. Mrs Alex Jones, of Center, formerly of 834 Elm Street, is seriously 111 at the home of her son. McKin-ley Jones, and Mrs. Jones. Dewey Jones of Detroit and Jennie Pugb of Rhode Island were called here because of the illness of their moth ft US ft- is Flowers express the joyou mess and beauty of the holiday season a a nothing else. We have a large and complete stock of wreaths, blooming plant and cut flowers . . . surprisingly low in price this year. Poinsettias. of course. , f t JJ Florists' Telegraph Delivery LEEDS, Florists sglqmir1 ROSENBLATT'S 1 226 Blackmail Street 447 N. 9TH STREET PHONE 792 sSi 1 Guaranteed Service on All Makes of Electric Refrigerators Patronize Our Advertisers er. I

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