The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 24, 1936 · Page 5
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Thursday, December 24, 1936 The Daily Clinlonlan, Clinton, Indiana U'Ie l.ibrali(v Libernlily docs inl cnnsirt in I.Hgely, but in Riving v i -Hv CLINTON SOCIAL SOCIAL CALENDAR BivKtliel Bas-relief is a form of sculpture m whic ohjei ts pictured prnji rt fiotn the surfrt'-e of the broader material. Old Trren Fire-Srsrred The Calilornia biK tree show (teat fires as far ba k as 243. nd aain in 1141. in 1 .11. and 1797. Intensive files ftvit'pt Colorado in lb76. (uf, i,a, i:m, ann nm, w Knil'Ttiann prnre still hw the ' . . . . . a-ll .t 17'i7. liii, ItiA, arm uni, lor nci ; ii Claire wnne npruri wi j a Lie aUejt !7"r wlu'h mufct bava ! eied .tne 2'i't Mjuare milei. ."a Take f jns in Afrii s Lake Tana in AIikh. ts Mtntut oneeihih the sie of Laittr Ktic It IH Uw HIUI'CP ol tbe Blue Nile rive, whieh, jfiim-iK the Wiiite Nile at Kl artouin in the hti'lan, furti st vn at tsi artouin in the hii'ian, mritisi in iis overflftw, the needed imjjatiin wai'T an, rieh f r aciM unure in the valley of tie nU Ki; ptjaii Sudan and Kt!vpl v A Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! ft ft t: CLINTON PACKING CO. "Superfine" Sugar Cured Hams and Baton Frank Ferrara Bert Ferrara C'adncss is thi- mrssaee C hristmas brings. At holiday season, we hope message multiplies immeasurably. A Merry Christmas to you all. SEASONS O. GrE ErT IN ;r ii j sy v j y SI fas : i , eft tvtr lh,s that F. Houston INSURANCE wmLm 2rmmjrx 1111111 ' "ffi I Best Wishes May the happiness and good cheer pf the holiday season be vours cn every day of the ycai to ccme and for many years thereafter. hc.U T SioVhkrm n.i n meets EU'ven members of (he Scout Molher's club met Tuesday afternoon at llie home of Mrs. Jauu-s Edwards. North Fifth street, for theii regular business meeting Dprlng the session gifts acre exchanged. Refreshments were served al the close of the party. Mrs. Ben SolbirH of Kycamore street will entertain the club at its neit meeting, hlh will be held January S. MEETING IN TEltKK MAI TE Mrs. Jennie B Pearce. Mrs C. P. Mlddleton and Mrs. J J. WilkTson attended Ihe annual Chrlvtmas party of the Gallllee shrine No. 7 White Shrine of Jerusalefti at the Masonic Temple in Terre Haute last evening. A deliehtful dinner was served at ' 6:31 p m. and gifts were eirhanited The Fort Harrison Glee club fur- nished the entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Robert James of Whltcomb avenue will be guests tomorrow of their daughter and son-in-law. Dr. and Mis. Don Gerrish of North Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moore and sons. Carlos and Jody. of Mulberry street Mr. and Mis. Albert Webster of Walnut street and Mr. and Mrs. Homer- Initian of Elm street are to motor to Paris tomorrow 10 be the guest of J P. Vidito and daughter. Miss Matilda. Mrs. James Intnan will be a gueKt of her daughter. Mrs. Ray Cbous of Paris Christmas Day. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. .Marvin Loi'kwood. of 207 N ort U 19 r; ve m k s t r ec t . a re the pareniH of a 7 jhjuikI baby boy born Ibis moruins. The iutaiii not yet Ueeii named. Mrs. Lock wood before Ikt niarriajre was Mine Alice Shannon. yir. and Mi'F, jam-n Ju'ire ci Wij.Uioml) avenue an? ihe parents ot h baby boy bom this mumine. Thr-infant has ii"t yet bfen r.amt d. The intatit dair:litT i" Mr. and Mrs. Waltrr Staats Jr. b-T-. at the Vermillion County ,ion:)al yesterday, liiis been narard Wynettu Sue. Mr.' and M'b. .Alex Wilk'e of Cbi-(ao ar1 Hi pnrn:it8 of a n'ne-pound r;aliv noil brn Monds. ":. 21. at the. W.ooriiavn h'npifal tle-. - The infant the first child in the fair.My aud has Ueeu najnd George Mien. 1 HOSPITAL NEWS rl liieraiu. of Koute 3, who has been patient at the Vern.iUUjQ county hodjtitMl for aeyorfri days was removed to his home today. Cecil Beard, who sustained injur-ios in a mine accident several weeks ago. was .rejuoved from the, Vermillion uouuty hospital to his home on RouW 3 -this moruhig. American Hitor Dated 450 According to Jhe Dictionary of American Dates. American history goes back to 450 A D.. when a Buddhist monk was supposed to have visited the :nencan continent. Hi Ho's tnemies "1 do not hope to see my enemies made victims oi retribution." said Hi Ho, the sajse uf Chinatown. "Their deserved necessities will make them unpleasant neighbors and I shall probably be taxed to assist toward their maintenance." Hesiod, Greek foel Hesiod was a Greek poet who lived probably In llie Eighteenth century B. C. Ol the works ascribed to him. the principal sre the "Works and Days." "The Theogonv." and "The Shield ol Hercuiei." His poem are pervaded by pessimism and sense of the hardness ut the human lot Valuable in Tilling (toil The daughters of Kashmir. India, do valuable work in the fields and, although it is the custom there for a father to marry off his daughters when still in' their early teens, he tries to keep them from their husbands as long as possible and it is nothing unusual for husband to sue in court lor the possession of his wife Ootflq. For Only iCaief Herb Hdi-tiom fou will tel -(run 1 1MB . n 1 1 tod Uf tuieii u CBkl u proo rctnt tar owni i into in ifii Met Imck. iiJp and s o eat m li; tm9 t4aflt. pAWrTtLW PHARMArV 13 Kouth Main ftrMc liSr I' I fi I vC?& I trom f I I I Ma m l - iMi ava s i 1 t V l:dison Memorial On the site of the first laboratory of the late Thomas Edison at Menlo Park. N. J.. this impressnt memorial will be erected, towering to a height of 135 feet, and crowned with an "eternal light " in the form of a bugs lamp bulb Tne Bosphorus. although it dot-sn'l at first sight resenbie it in the least. ib identical v:ih the name Oxford, corning from the Greek word for oxford. fcxeeuuoner. Also tlotlor JSxecutioners oflpn pkued the role of doctor also during the Seveii-leentb century. First Wireless Liisttths all The first wireless distress sional from a siiip at tea was sent August 11. WW. Cii!ifornia's Vigilante California's vigilantes of 1851 ha I to cope with not only the most criminal and lawless gathered from all four corners of the earth, but w ith the shyster lawyers as well. Just as the worst type of criminal lawyers of later times, their weapons were mistakes in spelling the name of the accused on indictments and warrants, the char.. th-,t i... claimed their client killed with a pistol, whereas it should have stated "by the discharge of sa,d pistol," and so on, right through all the technicalities and loopholes we read about. The Piedmont Distrirt 'The name Piedmont district designates that part of the Atlantic plain which lies between the low, flat costal plain and the true Appalachian highland. The Piedmont plain reaches its greatest extent in Virginia, South Carolina and North Carolina, being about 300 miles wide in the last-named state. The whole area is a j'ich agricultural and manufacturing district. Gomes. Brazilian Composer Antonio Carlos Gomes, Brazfnn composer, who wrote the hymn "II Saluto del Bresile" to celebrate American independence, first ung and played at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia m 1876, wrote the majority of his works in Portuguese, the language of Brazil. At the age of twenty-two he composed his first stage production, which was played at Rio de Janeiro, winning the acclamation of his countrymen. Many of his operas and musical score were outstanding successes while a few met with failure- His most popular and most profitable opera was Lo Srtuavo. first Riven at the Hio de Janeiro opera house mm : - 1 i ' V :, , ' M I i K H -i t ' 1 1 f hi. r ' ' ' I "tZlrF" NOTES Annual Christmas Parry of Club Held At Huffman Home Mrs. H. C. Huffman of Walnut iet entertained with ( merry fTirlsimss party and 1 o"clock dln-ler at ner home yesterday for the -.finders of her club. The rooms vcrc gaily decoiated with red and -reen Aeeoratlona. wreaths and a 'ehed Christinas tree. Dinner was , served to the nine icmhers and one guest. Mrs. Earl "urner. at one long table In the dining room, which was also attiac-ivelv decorated. 4 Following the dinner bridge was olayed at two tables with the reorients of the prises being Mrs. Byron Anderson, high, and Mrs. Ever-l Htlms. low. At the close of the party gifts were exchanged. SunHv School Class Fnio'vs Xmas Party A Christmas party was enjoyed Tuesday evening by the members of the Delta Alpna Sundav school Claim of the Salem Methodist Chiirrh at the home of Edna Louise KuhJis. During the business session Miss Kuhns was elected secretary and raasurer for an indefinite time. After the business a social hour was enjoyed, which was in change of Mary Elizabeth Dickey. A grab bag s a feature of the evening. Fifteen members and the tea'h- ei Mrs. Leona Jones, attended the meeting. Refreshments were served at the tlose of the party. Miss Shirley Enid Earles of South Eleventh street will be hostess for the next meeting to be beld January 19. Martha White Has Prtv for Queen Esther Circle Martha White of South Main street gave a Christmas party last night at her home for the members ,oX the Queen Esther Circle of the Methodist Church. The study course was in. charge of Bessie Harden and the lesson, Marian Donna Foster. Contests were enjoyed with prizes given to Marie Lou Adams and Miss Harden. The home was decorated in keeping with the yuletide season and a large Christmas tree. During the meeting mystery pals were revealed. At the meeting the girls arranged a box. artistically prepared, to be sent to a children's home at New Mexico for Christmas. Georgeann Slover entertained with a piano selection. I The next meeting will be held during January at the home of Elizabeth Ann Mauship on South Feurth street. '1 Mrs. C. E. Austin and -children. Donald Gone aud Peggy Jo, of Greenville Mass.. arc expe-ted to arrive here today for an indefinite visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs George Wilkie of South Sixth street. Mrs. Austin was formerly Miss Margaret Wilkie. Mrs. Clara Beard of Vine street, wtoo underwent a major operation at the Vermillion County 'hospital several weeks ago. is now able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Carey of Fairview will ue Christmas dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. Paul B. Cflse-liear of Sooth Fourth street. IMr. and airs. Paul Shaff of Chicago are .expected to arrive here today' to spend the Christmas holidays at the home of Dr. and Mrs. D. C Shaff, South fifth street. , m m Mr. aud Mrs Harold Gerrisb of Rockvtlle will entertain with a diu-ner Christmas Day for Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Gerrish of Clinton and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Cottiugham and sou.-, of Charleston. 111. 'J. G. and George Nichols, sous of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nichols of Blackmail street, are spending tbetr Christmas vacation -here. Mr. and Mrs. John Moure and son. John, of Terre Haute, spent yesterday in Clinton. . Miss Patricia Stafford of West Terre Haute, who has been visiting relatives in Clinton, returned to her home last evening. Tint K He-Maker Pennsylvania Germans were the first rifle-makers of Colonial America HesiUtMa aaa Actosnpiuhmrnt He who hesitates too much will .'VLt'OUipl'Sa ll.t- Holiday Dance At Dreamland On December 28 Til Hupp Annual linnce H ill llr Held Monday. December 'JH. Wayne Mrjaljrfr and On-hea. irm to FuraUh ' Mottle. Tk'ket MlrK Good Dancer of llie city .are resooud-Iiig rapidly to the sale of tickets for I lie annual Cbrietinaa dance of Tri Kappa Sorority, whlfh will be held Monday Deceber 28. at Dreamland Hall on North Ninth street. Thin Ik (be 20th .eonaecutrve dance of the organization. Mr. PauJ B- Casebeer Is general chairmao of the dance, Kile is as-Hiated by a committee conrpow-d oi Mrs. Curtis Louden and Mrs. K. W. Howell. , Wayne Mclntyre and his 11-piece orchestra of Brazil will furniKb the music tor the evening. Dancing will be from 9 p. m. t 1 a. m. This orchestra has been heard at variouF occasions and is considered one of the best of its kind. The dance, an Informal affair. f open to the public. Anyone wishing to make table reservations ir asked io communicate with Mrs. Hubert Ablemeyer by calling 261. Ticket are on sale at Giilis Pharmacy ot may 'be obtained from any 'member 'jf the organisation. The proceeds derived from tiiif-lance will fee used for philanthropic work in the city. Every Christmas baskets are distributed to several needy families of the city and glasses are purchased , for several children of school ace every year. Recently a contribution was given to the com,munity Christmas tre fund. - ' - ' . - ' ' ... ...... Local Boy Member of Honorary Fraternity D. W. Lee, oo of Mr. and Mrs. W." F. Lee of 447 Vine street, a student of Indianapolis - College of Pharmacy, has become member of the Beta UpslloiMUaptr of Kappa Psi honorary fraternity. ; He was selected for Hieaibersliit' for the outstanding work accomplished during the past two years. -'' JOHN GILMOUR REMOVED TO DAUGHTER'S HOME John (JUmour, who sustained a badly mashed foot at the Snow Hill mine near Terre Haute, was removed to the home -of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Adams of Walnut street, from the l'n km hospital at Terre Haute laBt night. Mr. C-ilmour's foot was placed in a cast. A family dinner will be held al the Adams home tomorrow for Mrs Uijmour and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Khav and son. Jimjuie. Mis. Cora Hamsun of South Mail street left yesterday for Indiunap olis, where she will spend the Chri.-t mas holidays at the home of her son, Harold Harrison, and Mrs. Harrison. Mrs. Fred Porter and children plan to leave this evening for Indianapolis to be guests at the Har risou home tomorrow. mm John Giacoletto of Cedar Rapids Iowa. Is a .guest tf We parents, Mr and Mrs. Pete tilacotetto of Bogar street, for the Christmas holidays. Mr. aud Mrs. W. J. Thompson o west of the city will entertain will a Christmas ev dinner for Mr. mil Mrs. C. Roy Klullz and family o Ulm street. iMt. and Mrs. Forest Monical aud Mr. and Mrs. . M Carter, all of Indianapolis, - Mr. and Mrs. Clsnu Bridgnmar and family of South Main street arc spending the Christmas nolidayt with relatives in Illinois. Mrs. Mary Butcher and son. Jackie Boyne.' of South Seventl street are visiting friends and relatives ja Tarte Haute. . .. . Mr. and Mrs. 'Wirford Doolin o' South Third street will 1e guests to morrow of Mrs. Doolln's parents Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Elam. and Mr Doolin'e mother. Mr. Nannie Doolin. all of Marshall, lud.. Christmas. m Robert Reeder. a atudent at Purdue university, and Mies Ruth Reed-er. a teacher 4n the Huntington pirblle achools. ave arrived here to spend the Christmas holidays with their parents. Mr. and Mrs Valtab Reeder of weet of the city. Thursday t.m;ht Job's Daughters will hold regular meeting at the hall on Main street. 7:30 p. m. Friday Galilee Bhiine. 7. While Khrliit of ' Jerusalem will hold regular busl-j ness meeting at the temple on North Eighth street, Terre Haute, 7:30 Monday Wakofe club all members are l meet at the library, (p. n. A supper will be served, the place of destination not known. All member-unable to attend are to fommuniraC with Miss Clara Klliott by calling 397 or 816-J not later than Kalui-day morning. Tuesday Tuesday Bridge Club will meet at the borne of Mrs. Dave Reed, South Fourth street, i p. m. Circle Discuss Plans For Annual Dance To Be Held January 22 The White Heather Circle met last night at the borne of Mrs. JohB Spence of South Sixth street. The home was beautifully decorated. During the business session plans were discussed in regard to the annual Burns Concert and Dance, wtikh will be held at the Moose Hall on January 22. 1937. During the session the members voted to give contributions to several needy families of the city. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Grove and children. Barbara and Mac, of Kansas City, Mo..'" are spending several days at tho home of Mrs. Grove's parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Hel-agda of North .Seventh street and with relatives and friends in Danville. 111. . . Canova Sexton, of Chicago, is v-pected home tonight to spend Christmas with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Sexton, of Walnut street. Charles W. Eaton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Eaton of Terre Haute, whs has been very ill with pneumonia at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Richmond, of South Fifth street. Is improved. Miss Eleanor Jane Mil ward of Tene Haute, formerly of Clinton, spent yesterday here with friends and relatives. Miss Mil ward is a student at Northwestern university where she is taking a post-graduate course in speech. Miss -Eva M. Hslerry.-teaches in Oak Park. 111., is spend-, ing several days at the home of Mrs. Mary Helt of DeSota street. Ernest Jones, of North Sixth ! street, is spending Christmas in ' Chicago with friends and relatives. I'AKTV KMOVHII Approximately 911 people attended the Falrview Community party given by the members and their families at the town hall. Tuesday night. During the evening a grab bag was enjoyed and a treat was given to each person present. ' . The next meeting will be beld next Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock at the town ball. '''' Ith'V. WAUKEK 8PEAKK Rv. H. H. Wagnar gave an in-'jeresting talk this morning at the WPA sewing room, his topic being' n Christmas. V Mrs. Grace Alverson of 'Spencer has returned to her honic after via-'ting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Nowsome of South Eighth street. Mr. and Mrs. G. Roy Stulti of Elai street have as their guests over Christmas their sou. Raman. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Monical and Mr. aud Mrs. E. M. Carter, all of Indianap-nlis. Mrs. Stultj is a sister of Mrs. "Monical and Mrs. Carter. Mr and Mrs. W. J. Thompson of west of the city will also be guests omorrow at the Stultz home. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brines of 'Hack man street and Mrs. W. W. Pugh of Elm street are leaving today for Indianapolis to be the quests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Briggs Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield Gerrieb and son and Mrs. Curtis Louden will leave tomorrow to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Briggs. ocREETINCS ft s LEWIS Hardware Co. Vf t$tmi' ft k: ft 0 f H V? II lilTrr! SI. 1 1 J l M A Ma slit" " Today, with tiie same sincerity and old -tunc f ne-nd Imess, we greet our friends, old and new, and wish them every happiness that llie can bring in 1937. a LEEDS FLORISTS OPTICIAN i - Vw wich to thank all of our friends and iNU f cu turners tor tne patronage tnat nas Jf iYVVT7 Oj nmcie y56 " eutceBsful for Buttei-tV-' ' P rVN " S fir Kiust. May you have a Merry Christ-ft t4k P. ft. 1 V- . i XT":. . .....,. & I AM i w BUTTEREtRUST MEYER BAKING COMPANY ft 1

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