The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 23, 1936 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 23, 1936
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The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Pae $ Wednesday, December 23, 1936 Mystery Pals Revealed CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES SOCIAL CALENDAR Miss Patricia SlaTton! or Weat Terre Haute is visiting today at the home ot her aunt, Mrs. Ed Cunningham, and Mr. Cunningham ot South Seventh at reel. W. J. Curry or Vine street is confined to his home with illneas. He has been ill for Home time with heart trouble. Mr. and Mis. CharlrH Itniun of South Third street will be the Christmas dinner gut-Hts of Mr. and Mrs. William Duh'll or South Kifth at reel. Ruth Ann howdy. Mnall hm liti-i of Mr. and Mis. Il.niv Dnu-. oi Walnut street, m repmird to be somewhat improved atn-r Im-Iii m-tI-oiihIv ill with pneumonia at hei homo. Mr. and Mrs. John i k of llr.til will be dinner nitestn Christinas day of M rs. Roek'u sister. Mrs. Cli r ;i Gilmour of Elm street. Inspection Services For Pythian Sisters Conducted Last Night Mis. Xi'll Weaver, DMrlrt ltrputy, ill Clmi'icv of Horviuea lor OMri-m Iimprcllun services wcro conduct ed for Hip officers of (he I'ythlan Mule luHt li Ik lit wllh Mrs. Nell Weaver of Bloominittoii, district deputy in charge. There were ap proximately 125 memhers from the local chapter and Montezuma and m i i ft. Itorkvillo. M , Services were held for the follow FOR THESE LAST MINUTE SUGGESTIONS You'll agree, there is a Santa Claus when you sec this selection of heautiful Ia3t-minule gifts. If you've forgotten anyone, cr added a last-minute name to your list, you si ll have time to pick out a gift. I Mr. and Mrs. f. It straw and j family of Walnut stre-t hail as their j guests yesterday and today John j Straw of K., Mifll.. and Misy i Catherine Straw of Odon. J Miss Hetty Straw, wtin has he'Mi ' visiting the past lew months at thrj Straw home here will r -I u 1 n to ln i i lionxe today. ... j Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ma, k amp son of Walnut street will I... ihej Christmas guests or Mr. Ma' k's par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Iv I,. M:i'k of, At Sorority Meeting Mystery pals were revealed at the annual Christmas party of the Gumma Gumma Klgma Sorority, which was held last night at the home or Miaa Bessie Dicks. Elm xtrect. (litis were exchanged. The center of atlr.tction was a large Christmas tree. beautifully lighted. "Annagranitt'' furnished the entertainment of the even! it u wit ii given to Mm John Swii-kard. high ; and irn. Sam Oswalt . low Following a nliort tninti,-rri pt-HPion was held at which time plan were made to hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. Harry Dowdy. Wanut street In two weeks. Guests were Miss Sarah Shew. Miss Barbara Carrera. Mis Mary Ellen Satterleo, and Mesdames John Carnell, Meda Wright. Paul Crumley and Rachel Bozarth. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Cat on ot Terre Haute are to be the dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Stlne of South Main street on Christmas. Mrs. Joe Shaw of South Eleventh street, who has been confined to her home with illness several weeks, ia now able to be out a few hours each day. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Matiship and children of South Fourth street plan to spend Chrismas Day at the home of Mr. Manship's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Manship, of Fishers. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Votaw. of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kent, of Detroit, and William Hixon. of Detroit, are to spend the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Votaw 's. Mrs. Kent's and Mr. Hixon's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hixon of Elm Street. Catherine Morini, handicraft teacher of the WPA recreation department, entertained about 15 oi her pupils wit h a Christ party last evening at the '"olumbia Center. Christmas zifts were exchanged, and refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eastwood of South Main street will leave tonight for Columbus and Shawnee. Ohio. to visit at the homes of .relatives. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Stevenson and son of South Third etreet will entertain with a dinner Christmas for Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones of Sycamore, 111., and Miss Helen Henderson of Tulsa. Okla. Mr. Stevenson is a brother of Mrs Jones and an uncle of Miss Heu-derson. titty ProutN Meet Twelve members of the Boy Scouts of Hill Crest Community Center met Monday evening at Hill Crest for aChritmas party. They were the guests of James Jenkins, who ib their leader. Wednesday TONIGHT White Heather Circle will hold a ueetiiiK at the home or Mrs. John ipenie. South Sixth street. Kach iK'mher Is asked to bring a gilt (or the grub bag. Ciiieen Esther Circle of the Meth dlst Church will bold a Christmas mrty at the home of Martha White in South Main street, 7:30 p. m. Galilee Shrine Temple. 7, of Vhite Shrine of Jerusalem will old a picnic dinner at the temple n North Eighth street, Terre laute. 6 p. m. All sojourners are o bring a covered A program .ill be held during the evening. Thursday Job's Daughters will hold regn-ir meeting at the hall on Main treet, 7:30 p. m. Friday Galilee Shrine. 7. White Shrine of erusalem will hold regular busi-esa meeting at the temple on North Eighth street, Terre Haute, 7:30 Christmas Party Held At Home of Mrs. Vogel Tbeta Kappa Sorority held its an-lual Christmas meeting and dinner at night at the home of Mrs. '"harles Vogel on South Fourth itreet. The home was decorated In keeping with the season's colors. f Dinner was served to the members at one long table, which was lecorated with lighted tapers. Following the dinner bridge was enjoyed with high score prize warded to Mrs. Vogel. and low. Mrs. Olin Glasson. The next meeting will be held In lanuary. the exact date undecided, it the home of Mrs. Raymond Foltz. TI'KKKV D1XXKR KV.10YKI) A 1 o'clock turkey dinner was enjoyed yesterday at the home of Mrs. f!. M. Zink on Mulberry street by 'he members of the Alpha Club. Following bridge was played at three tables with Mrs. Ceorge Kamm he recipient of high score prise; Mrs. E. A. Lewin. low. and Mrs. Tom '.ewia. travel. Mrs. Pete Voto will entertain the -luh at her home on North Fifth Fifth street in two weeks. -wr BIIIlll.K CM B MEETS The annual Christmas party of the Monday Bridge club was held at 'he home of Mrs. TV. D. Gerrlsh on South Fifth street Mondav afternoon. Gifts were exchanged. Bridge was played at three tables with high score prize awarded to Mrs. G. E. Bingham and low. Mrs. T. A. Moore. The next meeting will be held at he home of Mrs. I'. G. Wright on 'orth Fifth street In two weeks. mVHKftS EXJOY IHNNKK A fi o'clock dinner was enjoyed -y the teachers of the South school lenday evening at Antoiiini's res- uirant on North Ninth street, 'hristmas gifts were exchanged. Those attending were: Loren teed. Misses Violet Simpson. Ilaii-ahlee TlbbettB. Gersllda Geller. larjorie Tompkins. Clara Goforth ulla Pohl and Mrs. Everett lavihsoil. .Mr. and Mis. Karl Tnlbott of 'lllckllllin street will be the guests I llieir daughter, Mrs It. I). Strlek-r. and Mr. Rlrirkler ul ('li)Hlia. I.. ("In iMinab. At that time a fum- reunion will be held. m Mink VihIh Vanluru. fat her Ht the 'iiium'kmI Srjiiiol, will leave till -eek to upend her rhriftiuuH vaca-un v II h relative al Juliet. III. Mr. and Mrs William Cokhii and liihh'eii and Mia. Sarah Goodhue of Miulh l-Mevenlh Htre't have moved In tllelr newly purchased home at ;m Vine street. DECEMBER 24-25-26 Iiir: past chief, Mrs. Nora Wilson: most excellent chief. Mrs. Edgar Minnlch of New Goshen; excellent senior. Mrs. Robert Wood; excellent junior. Miss Leona Anderson; man RKcr. Mrs. Henry Gilfoy. protector Mrs Gertrude Jones; guard, Mrs. Agnes Mackle; mistress of records and correspondence. Mrs. Allen Mc-Pliall; mistress of finance. Miss Vio la Vantura and pianist, Mrs. Harry Mnnre, Services for Mrs. Ed Ruby, staff captain, were conducted by the iegree staff. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Mrs, Wayne Jensen Entertains Sodality Group A of. the Young Women's Sodality of the Sacred Heart Church enjoyed its annual Christmas party last night at the home of Mrs Wayne Jensen on the Clinton-Terr Haute road, which was attractively decorated with the season's colors. During the evening bridge was played at two tables with high score prize given to Miss Julia Pohl, Miss Josephine Murdock, travel, and Mrs. Do in Costello. low. In a contest Miss Pohl received the prize. ' Following the bridge refreshments, carrying out the Christmas color scheme, were served. Those attending were the 'Misses Esther Rohner, Rosemary Davey. Vlasta Paloncy, Josephine and Mary Murdock, The next meeting will be held in two weeks at the home of Miss Paloncy. Officers Elected at S. S. Class Meeting Mtss Helen Spurr was elected president of the. Leaders class of the TJnited Brethren church of Uni-vernal at a meeting held recently at her home. Other officers elected were vicepresident. Meda Wright: fiocretary. Melvin Searing, and treasurer, Leona Hughes. Mfss Spurr was in charge of the devotional period and the text of the ChristmaB story was the second chapter of St. Luke. The Spurr home was appropriately docoraUid in the colors of thr yuictide seawon and with a tree, litihtnd with vari-coloied bulbs. A grab bag was enjoyed during tin evening. UiftB were prcsf-nted to Mrs. Mary Johnson, teacher. Rev. Ida Cunningham and Mart hit Moat es. Members prusent were Velms Vaughn, Gladys Oard, Doris Hpurr. Helen Granger. Bessie Phillips. Hazel fitacey. Eva I'off. Mrs. H. Button. Kacbel Iloaarth. Mrs. D. Yunnan! and Helen Meeting. The next meeting will be held at the home of Hazel Stacey. HA U HOLDS Ml, I I Members of the Homier Club Uvti a party last night at the IihII over Murphy's Kture on South Main street. Hostesses wtre Mr ItalHiuii and 'her daughter, Mi km AIhIibmuIm!!) Run co was played with pni given to Mrs. Henry King, high; Mrs Grace Kquinw, bunco, Mrs Tom Me-Laichic. low, and Mrs John Duiia-more. travel, t 9 Mrs. Nell Weaver nf llloomlngf on was an ovcrngli! gueat of Mrs, Clara Glmour of hUm aireet. j Mrs. Dow Mitchell Entertains With Party for Alumnae Mrs. Dow Mitchell of South Seventh street pleasantly enterlulned nit It a Chrislinns party tor the Delta I'lieta Tail Alumnae at her home ente-diiv ufti moon. Her home was leaiitlfully and appropriately decor-uleil in keeping with the season's colors. J CK1 Refreshments were served to the guests at one long table In tile dining room, which had as its center piece a large bouquet of chrysanthemums and Jerusalem cherries. Following gifts were exchanged. During the session bridge was plnyed at two tables with Mrs. Charles Brown the recipient of the priie. Members present were Mesdames Tom Griffiths. Laurence Jackson. Dayton Wheat. E. C. Boyd. Frank Dicks. Carval Vaughn of Universal and Leslie Runyan of Terre Haute. Mrs. Wheat will entertain the ilumnae at its next meeting January 20 at her home. Program Enjoyed at Crompton Hill School An interesting program was en oyed last night at the annual 'Christmas party given at the Cromp ton hill school, which was attended by a large crowd. The program included the following numbers: song, "Silent Night. Holy Night.' by pupils of room 2; ioem "I Wish I Were a Giant by Tommy Thomas; song. "Why We have Christmas" by pupils of room 1; poenu "The Longest Day," by Delores Costa; dialogue "Christmas 'I'andles' by pupils of room 1; re- Station "A Possibility" by Waite rcher: playlet "As With Gladness" by pupils of room 3; recitation "My Wish" by Frankie Morris; recita-ion "A Great Christmas Eve Thought" by Marjorie Bennett; "A "resent for Mama" by Robert Coll-yer; "A Candy Cane" by Jimmy t'go; playlet "Trimming the Christmas Tree" by pupils of room 2; citation "Johnny's rhristnias" by Hichard Farrington; playlet "Bud-ly's Christmas Candy" by pupils of room ?: song "Christmas Stocking" by room 2: pantomime "The News Boy Tim" by pupils of room 4; df-dogue "the Hiding Place' by room 3 ; playlet "Squire Haleys Christmas" by room 4; cantata "Christmas in Song by room 4; selections by tile rhythm band. At the close of school this afternoon the children exchanged gifts :ind a treat was given each child by Santa Claus. The next meeting will be held in 'anuarv. the exact date to be an-lounced later. I tu i mo T'Hi'fy HW Five tables of bun'-o were playeri nt the American Lrgjon Auxiliary bunco party hold latt night at the Nfgion home. South Third street. pi i zes w ere a warded 1 o M rs. rirorgc Sanders, high; Mrs. Mary Fair, bunco; Mrs. H. E. Guinn. low and travi-I. and Mrs. Edmund Owi'iiN, fr'e-loi-all. Another bunco party will be held next Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Mims Elizabeth Piandcr. sup'Tiii-tt'iidfiit of Hill Crust otninuiiit (Vnt-r, will be a yucMt Christmas ol her Mihtcr. Mm. A. P. Landirraff and Kv. I.aiidgrul'r of Chicago. Huton- ret u ruing home she plans to visit relalivH at Peoria. 111. Charles Wt-tiley Eanton. 1 1 mouths old ou ot Mr. and M m HnmiT Eaton of 1rr' Haute, is reported to be very 111 with pneumonia at the home ir bin grandparents. Mr. and Mr. John Richmond, South Fifth street, Clinton. Mm. Eaton was formerly Miss Ro-vena Richmond. I Si 3k n 3k 9 p. m. to 1 a. m. 8:30 p. m. to 12:00 30c Per Person ic Hosiery For the Family k House Slippers Men's, Women's Children's Scout Accessories For the Boy -k Luggage Parasols ir Raincoats k Sweaters ic Jackets k Gloves k Silk Underwear k Robes -k Negligees k Shirts k Pajamas Gift Sets Men's Jewelry Tie & Sox Sets it Tie and Handkerchief Sets Belts k Garters ft ft fi i I I fi ft ft ft. 'ft. i i 'ft i 'ft, fi s fi fi e. I s s s a 31 I-3k 31 3C .Tk 3k I-3k s sr. v. i j y ?JJ iS H 1 I 3 ft ft a ft. NEW SUIT ft s ft S s ft: or a TOPCOAT a hat ft ; ft: ft L ft: C ft: C ft. ft: ft ft ft: or a FIEW GAP There Are So Many Practical GIFTS -AT- Summit Grove. Marriage Licenses N'KWI'flliT, 1-v. ::! Tlii.odiire Sturzynski. 24. Clinlon. and Frjin-ces MfDonald. 21. Clinton, obtained a marriage license at Newport Tuesday. . Additional Social on Page 6 phest Colds Best treated Aif without "dosing" Societa Italiana Uniti di Mutuo Socorso CHRISTMAS DANCE at Perona s Hall Blanford December 25 Good Music . ELECTRIC WASHER While the Supply Lasts We Will Give ABSOLUTELY FREE 20 Boxes of RIHSO And One New .ELECTRIC IRON A New Washer for Xmas SOLD BV RADIO SERVICE A Christmas Gift That will save you time and money for years to come! A New . . . GENERAL With the C E. Washer FOR ONLY Sold On Easy Payments $1.00 Deposit Lavs Away DON'T WAIT b r CHRISTMAS FROLIC DREAMLAND BALLROOM OV THURSDAY. FRIDAY, SATURDAY ft . if. ft ft ROSENBLATT'S f Featuring MEL MARVIN AND HIS RADIO ORCHESTRA TAYLOR'S "Clinton's Greatest Store' Dancing Thursday from Dancing Friday and Saturday Admiasion We Service All Makes of Washers Phone 792 456 North Ninth St. 7

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