The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 26, 1936 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Saturday, December 26, 1936
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Pace 3 The Dally Cfintonfan, Clinton, Indiana Saturday, December 26, 1936 street, who has heen a patient at the Vermillion county hospital for several weeks, is getting along CLINTON SOCIAL Miss Julia Bodecker of Streator, III., is the weekend guest of Harold Clayton of Walnut street. Mr. and Mrs. Hernest Moore and children of Anderson, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ruatto were the guesis yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trunko of South Tenth street. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Fowl and children and Miss Louise Slines of Wabash street spent yesterday with relatives and friends in Elletsville. Ind. Deno Carzolini of Chicago spent Christmas with his parents in New Goshen. Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Hayslett of South Sixth street have as their weekend guesis their son. Karl Hayslett and Mrs Havsleit and daughter of Decatur, III., and Mr. Hayslett's brother. John Havsleit. and -Miss Dorothy Miller of M!is(u-tine, hi. Miss Frieda Church, Miss Marian Kims and Mrs. Lena Uriylit ami sons were guests yesterday of fir. and Mrs. 1. M. Casebeer of South Sixth street. not attending elsewhere you are welcomed. Everyone should be attending one of our churches and Sunday schools. Find your pla-e. Epworth league fpr the .voting people at 11:00 p. m. Leader Katharine Lawson, topic: "What Sliali we Do This Next year?" Preaching service with, chorus choir at 7 o'clock. Subject: "The Age of Greater Things." f FIRST CHKlsTWN HI Itrll II. H. Va?Hr, Tiistor 9::ift a. m.. Bible S( hool. .Mr-. Tom Salnmnd. adult sup-riiit-ndfiit. Fifteen piece orchestra under the direction of Irwin Johnson, ('lasses for all. 10:4."i a. m. Worship. Subject of sermon. "The New.' KWIiVIKW MKTHOOfST CHI RMI Harold Hotchkiss. pastor. Jt:4"( a. m. Sunday school. 6:15 p. m. Epworth league. 7 p. m. Evening worship; sermon appropriate for the coming of t he New Year. FIRST HAPTIKT CHI RCH H. W. Bishop, pastor. 9:45 a. m. Sunday srhool. 11 a. m. Morning worship. 6 p. m. B. Y. P. U. 7 p. m. Evening servic. Wednesday at 7 p. m. Prayer Bervice and business meeting. Untruths Do Not Pay "To live by uttering untruths," said Hi Ho, the sage of Chinatown, "subjects a man to a risk similar to that faced by that run by one who passes counterfeit money-" The Word "Doily" The word "doily" was originally the name of a material and came from one "Doily," who kept a ahop in London. An Optimist The man who is an optimist is usually a success, foi his mind is never worrying about the reasons why a thing cannot be done. Master Difficulty Write down difficulty as something to be mastered. Postoffice fn Oak Lof The first postffice in Mansfield. Ohio, was a white oak log in the center of town. The Largest Flower The name and size of the largest flower is the Rafflesia Arnoldi or Sumatra. It is fully three feet in diameter, about the size of a cartwheel . It weighs about fifteen pounds. The buds are like gigantic brown cabbage heads. t3) IP Former Dana Girl Married Xmas Eve Minn .Mnrjorle Kandnll, former Rex-Irient nt Dana, and John S. t un-nliiKliain of Portland, Maine, Married December 24. To Live at IkmiiKiiH', Ml' b. Announcement is made of the marriage or Miss Marjnrie Randall of Fisher, III., daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. t)rva Randall of Near liana, to John S. Cunningham of Portland. Maine, sun of Mr. and .Mrs. K. N. Cunningham. The wedding occurred at 4 p. m. Thursday. December 24. at the Methodist Church at St. Joseph. III., by Rev. GordPn Wagner. The sinsle ring ceremony was performed. The bride was attired in a brown crepe dress and gold accessories. ,.Mrs. Cunningham was graduated from the Dana High School with the class of '27. For the past five years she has been an instructor at the Community Sehoots at Fisher. Mr. Cunningham was graduated from the I'niversity of Maine and received his masters ot degree at the I'niversity of Illinois. At the present time h Is employed as nn advisor at the Body Furnace Company at Dowagiac, Mich., where the couple will be at home to their frtellln after January 1, Wilma snd Wanda Scrivner of Ravenna. Ky.. will arrive here tomorrow to spend several days at the home of their aunt. Mrs. Max Youmans, and Mr. Youmans i.t South Third street. Stanley Ball, who has been visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ball, of South Seventh Btreet. returned to his home in Wichita. Kan., today. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Raye of Ft. Wayne, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. William Spence and Paul Barton of Terre Haute were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Spence of North Tenth street. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Hiatt and daughters. Evelyn and Myrtle Irene Payne, of Elm street and Verlin Ross of Montezuma were the guests yeBterday of William Onley of Georgetown, III. Mrs. H. F. Critch-tield of Brazil is to spend several days at ttie home of Mr. and Mrs. (Halt. i W Hi John flunky. ing the week Mr. and .Mrs. street of chicai-'o.. is spend-ud with his parents. John Ousky of Vine Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mills were the guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. N'oah Adanis of Vine street. Mr. and Mrs. James Weir and son. Jimmie. of South Fifth street spent yesterday in Danville, ill., as the euests of Mr. and Mrs. Alec McLaren. Wood Harrison of Flint. Mich., is spending the holidays at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harrison of the Center neighborhood. HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Oayle Martiu and infani daughter, Carol Ann. were removed from the Vermillion County hospital to their home in Blackmun street. Mrs. Ixuise Reed, of South Sv-enent Ji street, who has h'-en a patient at the Vermillion county hospital for the past wek. in improving. ; Kenneth Myers, of South Fourth i it e Mrs. Nellie Heard, of Sandytown. who has been a patient at tile Vermillion county hosiptai for four weeks, is imvoved. Mrs. .iat k I)aii:l)erty of 334 North Fourth street, who underwent a major operation al Ihe Coleman hospital al Indianapolis tlm-ee weeks aao. is slightly improved. Sam itawley of South Eighth street underwent an operation Thursday in the office of Dr. Alexander ot Terre Halite. He has been removed to his home and is getting along as well as can lie expected. CHURCH NEWS HI LI, MtKST ommim i v ( i:vri-:is Kli-'llM(h ffillMllT, Mi pi. J a, m.--Sun day school. Thre are twenry-one nt imn, who on this lant Sunday of the old year will have completed a year perfect record of attendance. Worship and Bihle study make a profitable hour in Sun-flay S hool lor th whole family. 2 p. in. - Junior Christian Kn-dea vor. ti.'.'.U p. m. Intermediate ChriR-tian Kiidavor, 6:30 p. m Young people's Christian Kndeavor. 7 : .'! p. m. Kveninj: 'Worship. The fv. H. C. Chupin will preach and the rhoir will sins. All mem-her.s. neighbors and friends invited. FIRST PRKSItYTFimV HI RCH H. 4 'ha pi it, MinNtr "Cod is a Spirit; and they that worship Him must worship Him in spirit and in truth." '.t:4: a. m. Bible School. 10:4 Ti Morning Worship. Sermon theme "What Is .My Only Hope of Salvation. We invite ail to come and consider with us this series of veyr personal questions. 6:15 p. m. Christian Endeavor meeting. Topic. "The Christian Cse of Sunday." Leader. John Kyle. MFTHOIllST CHI'RCH Sunday. December 27, 193. f:3ft a. m. Preaching This is the New Year's service. Subject nf sermon "Time" If you want to listen to. and be lifted by. good music, conie and hear our choir and organist. There are none better in volunteered service. lo:3u Sunday School, If you ore "ID .fa To J NOTES Couple Is Wed This Morning Mlsa Frances McDonald and Ted Hlui z.vni.kl Wed 'Hils Morning at Sacred Heart fliurrh; lo Make Home In Clinton Coming aa a surprise to their many friends and relatives Is the marriage of Miss Frances McDonald, daughter of Mrs. Maude McDonald of 231 South Fourth street, to Ted Stuczynskl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Zlgmont Stuczynskl of 230 North Seventh street. The wedding took place at nuptial mass at 6:15 a. m. today at the Sacred Heart church. During the ceremony Mrs. Martin Lanzone, sister of the bride. Bang "Ave Maria." Attendants were Miss Grace McDonald, sister of the bride, and Henry Rohner. Mrs. Stuczynskl was attired In an ashes of roses crepe outfit and wore a turban. She had brown accessories and wore a corsage of gardenias. Miss McDonald wore a turquoise blue outfit and. had black accessories. The bride was graduated from the Gesu high school at Miami, Fla.. with the clasB of '33. She is a Delta Theta Tau pledge of the local organization. The groom was graduated from the Clinton high school with the class of '31. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's mother for the members of the immediate families. Although plans of the couple were not revealed, they will make their home at the McDonald residence on South Fourth street at the present time. Mr. and Mm. Gus Kacir of Black-man street had as their dinner guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Bob Maearl and daughter. Gloria, and Nick Macari. Miss Irma Avenattl of Chicago is a guest of ber mother. Mrs. Rose Avenattl of North Eighth street, this weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fader and baby son. Marshall Floyd had Christmas dinner with Mr. Fader's parents. Mr. and MrB. Steve Fader of Mulberry street, Oilrken Supper Sixteen members of the Royal Neighbors of Universal, enjoyed a chicken dinner at the ball recently. Folllowing tbe dinner a grab hag was enjoyed. The next meeting will he held Jan. 8. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Mervln Lockwood baB been named Ronald Gene. Mrs. Lockwood waB formerly Miss Alice Shannon. Lawrence Wright of Flint, Mich., is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wright of Elm. street for the Christmas holidays. Miss Anna Kacir of Gary Is visiline at the homes of relatives and friends this weekend. Mrs. Myrtle Bonner and Miss Viola Crume of South Third street entertained with a dinner yesterday for Mrs. Maria Van Dnyn, Miss Bes-Bie Van Duyn. Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. John II. Wright and son and Miss Opal Wright. Christmas day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Helms of Routh Fifth street were Mr. and Mrs. David Owens and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Mishier of Hell's Prairie. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Geller of Gary and Mr. and Mrs. John Geller of Indianap olis. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cliver of Indianapolis spent yesterday in Clinton visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fern Shell of South Seventh atreet entertained with a dinner yesterday for Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorman and sons. Forest and Leo, Mary Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Otto James and son. Jack, and daughters. Anna and Ruth, and Mrs. Anna Jackson of Hillsdale. Miss Viola McCracken of Walnut atreet Is spending several days In Lynch, Ky.. at tbe borne of her sis ter, Mrs. Fred Travarthan. and Mr. Travattban. READ THE ADS Harry Shannon, Ethel Krovence ! Wed Christmas Ml' Kthel Prommi and Harry ' Hhannon Marrlt'd Chrlntmait al I'nnaonagr of K-v. Waitner; I'laiM Not RmmM i Minn Ethel Provence, daughter of Mr. and Mr. William Provence of fine atreet, and Harry Shannon of Iftrolt, aon of Mm. Margaret Shan- um of North Ninth street, Clinton, ere united In marriage Christmas lay at 10 o'clock at the parsonage yt Rev. H. H. Wagner, Blackman Mreet. The single ring ceremony jras performed. Attendants were Mis Margaret Xarlywine, maid of honor, and Tharles Farnswortb, best man Diner attendants were Mr. Shan. luo's brother, Charles Shannon, and Mrs. Shannon. Mrs. Shannon wis attired In a leautiful grey crepe dress and wore I corsage of small chrysanthemums, Miss Earlywine wore ,a brown taf-ta outfit. Both bad harmonizing wceHBorles. Mrs. Shannon was graduated from he Clinton high school with the ;lass of '34. For the past few nonths Bhe haa been employed on be WPA sewing project. Mr. Shan- ion wits graduated from the local llgh school with the class of '32. it the present time he Is employed srith the Peninsula Metal corpora- Ion at Detroit, Plans of the couple were not re pealed. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McCoy and aon of New Goshen, Lauren Miller of Hillsdale and Mort Hatley were the guests yesterday of Mrs. Poe Jumes and daughters, Dorothy and Miss Thelma, of South Main street Mr. and Mrs. Max Youmans, of South Third street, and Paul You mans, of Streator, were the Christ Dius guests of Mrs. Belle Youmans of Mecca. Kenneth Weirick and Miss Essae Cleveland, of Indianapolis, and Paul Younums of Streator were the guests last evening of Mr, and Mrs, Harold Hills of South Main street. Mrs. Ernest L. Boyd of Wauke- gan, III., and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Paine, of Detroit, are spending the weekend with Mrs. Boyd's and .Mrs. Paine's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hurlow, of west Vine street. Mr. and "Mrs. Woodrow Miller of Terre Haute spent Christmas with Mm. Miller's parents. Mr. and Mrs 1. E. Williamson, of South Fifth Itreet , i Dr and Mrs. C. M. Zink. of Mulberry street, spent yesterday In Salem at the home of Dr. Zluk's parents. Mrs. Russell Coker of Peoria, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Zink, Is xpeeted here today to spend a few lays. Miss Ila Jenkins has as her week-nd guests her brother, J. B. Jenkins, and Mrs. Jenkins and daughter, Jean. f Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bates, of TCorth Ninth street had as their Mt'hristmas dinner guests, Mr. and Ulrs. Roy AlcKinney and daughter. iJoy, Mr. and Mrs Harold McKinney. from here, and Mrs. Paul Carmack f Newport. 1 " Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shew of the Hange Line Road entertained with e dinner yesterday for Mrs. Lydio lmith. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kaiser and i'liildren, Ruth and Ernest, and Vera and Scott Shew. Christmas dinner guests at the liome of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Wells tit Centenary wer Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wells, Mr, and Mrs. Homer Holliugsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stutler, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gilmore. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carrel and fam-ily, Mr. and iMrs. Ralph Carrel and f family and Mr. and Mrs, Qulncy tWhittenmyer and family. I ' MIbs Norma Cullen of Terre i Haute spent yesterday In Clinton t visiting friends. I Miss Mary and Miss Josephine i Murdock of Blackman street bad as 'their Christmas day guests Mr. and iMrs. Robert Bowea of Chicago. f Mr, and Mrs. Brownie Kelley and (daughters. Ruby. Rutb and Delera Mae of S46 North Main street plan , to leave Sunday for Indianapolis to spend a week with relatives and friends. SOCIAL CALENDAR Monday Jerusalem Chapter, 254, O. E. S. to hold regular meeting at hall on South Main atreet, 7:30 p. m. Wakofe club all members are to meet at the library, 6 p. m. A sup per will be served, the place of des tination not known. All members unable to attend are to communicate with Miss Clara Elliott by calling 397 or 816-J not later than Satur day morning. Tuesday Tuesday Bridge Club will meet at the borne of Mrs. Dave Reed, South Fourth street, 2 p. m. Delta Theta Tau Sorority will meet at the B. P. W. club rooms on South Muin street, 7:45 p. m. Wednesday Idle Wile Club will meet at the home of Mrs. George Sarver, South Main street, 2 p. m. Charles B. Wilson Edna Mae Conner Married Christmas Couple Married at Home of Bride' Parents. To Ijeave Thin Kve-iiing for JietTton lo Make Their Home Miss Edna Mae Conner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hiddle of Pike street, became the bride of Charles B. Wilson of Danville, 111. yesterday at 11:45 a. m. al the home of the bride's parents. The wedding vows were read by Rev. H. H. Wagner and the single ring ceremony was performed, Attendants were Miss Aldina Bon acorsi and John Coan of Chesterton, cousin of the bride. Mrs. Wilson wore a white crepe outfit and a corsage of yellow roses Miss Bonacorsi was attired In a peach crepe outfit. Following the ceremony dinner was served to the memlieTs of the family and their friendB at one long table, which was decorated with two large wedding cakes carrying out the color scheme of pink and white. Mrs. Wilson was graduated from the Clinton high school with the class of '34. Mr. TTilson Is em ployed at Chesterton. The young couple will leave this evening for Chesterton. Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan and Mrs. Betsy Ann Machin of South Main street had as their Christmas day dinner guests Dan Machin and son, Fred, of Montezuma and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jackson of Walnut street, and their daughter. Miss Glenn Jackson of Cincinnati, Ohio. Melvin Somes of Chicago spent Christmas at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Somes of South Third street. Quincy Wells of the CCC camp at Brookvllle Is spending the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Wells of Centenary. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barach and daughter, Mildred, of West AlUs, Wis., are spending the Christmas holidays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Latinovicn of Centenary. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilhite of Fairview entertained with a dinner yesterday for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hudlin and son, Jackie, and their son. Paul of Indianapolis. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. John Wiley of Bloomington and Mr. and Mrs. William Wiley of Terre Haute. Mrs. Joe Ferguson of North Water street received word yesterday of the critical condition of ber brother, Calvin Ealey of West Terre Haute. William and Elmer Ealey, sons of Mr. Ealey, botb of Illinois, and Mrs. Ferguson were callers at the Ealey home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs W. C. Harrison and daughter, June Marie, of Flint. Mich., are spending the Christmas holidays at the home of Mr. Harri son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Harrison of Vine street. Other dinner guests yesterday at the Harrison borne were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Skidmore of Mulberry street, Mrs. Mallle Marshall and son. Harold, Wayne Peer, and Mr. and Mrs Lyle .Marshall. Miss Adeline Cinotto of Chicago is visiting at the home of her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. John Cinotto of North Eighth street. FOR EVERY PURPOSE For: Picnics Dinners Lodges Home Use For: Banquets Reunions Socials Scenery X We Have Installed a " Jiff y" Re-Winder Clean, White Newsprint in Convenient Rolls No Cores to Carry! No Deposits Required! be sure that a roll of Rolled to Your Order IN ANY AMOUNT 10 Yards Equal One Pound Paper Is 34 Inches Wide 2 lbs. 25c Save wear and tear on linen. Just use clean, white paper on the tables at your next organization dinner. It costs only a few cents and may be burned afterward. Try it once. That's all we ask. the size you will require will be waiting for you, we suggest that you call The Daily Clintonian, Phone 41 or 117, and order paper from th Jiffy Re-winder in advance. The Daily CHmtooiam

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