The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 29, 1936 · Page 3
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Tuesday, December 29, 1936
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1 Page 3 The Daily Gintonian, Clinton, Indiana Tuesday, December 29, 1936 Behind Every Crime Career Looms a Woman CLINTON SOCIAL SOCIAL CALENDAR tti,,,4 Evelyn Frechette I f t J Katherine Kellcy fcu9 Behind every public enemy in his life of crime is a woman. Such is the observation of J. Edgar Hoover, head G-man, who is of the opinion that the women actually involved in crime themselves are more vicious and cruel than most men. Among Instances cited by him in illustration of his point an Katherine Kelley, wife of "Machine Gun" Kd- ley. who aided him in the kidnaping of Charles Urschel, Oklahoma oil man; Helen Gillis, wife of "Baby Face" Nelson and his constant companion during his criminal career; Evelyn Frechette, Dil-llnger's girl friend and accomplice; "Ma" Btirkcr. who dominated the Karpis-Berkcr gang and died with a machine gun in her hands. TONIGHT PALACE f V ft Sinn Mlin-I anil Oliver Hr A MORE FUN THAN A CIRCUS a I ' . t r" t -1 J ', 5- " 'ii . ST i t In ' ll li HI :l.ATI IMS." "jrhildren's Colds Yield quicker to Asf? double action of visas f7iiTTr3:rrTi.T.,f;i COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday "Satan Met A Lady" with RF.TTE DAVIS H 11(1 WARREN W1LIJAM Comedy 1 LOVE TO SINGA" 10c and 15c PfCKOr THE PfCTURA 10 TONIGHT 25c "GINGER" JANE AS DIXIE'S HONEY CHILD AND THE FUN REALLY SHINES AIL THE TIMEI Comedy News Novelty TONITE and WED. V A--, , ..'.veMtijU,,; f. NOTES Annual Dance of Tri Kappa Sorority Financial Success Annual Affair of Hororlfy Financial ly Huccefiil. Atu-ndcd by 1 20 Couples. Musk- by Wayne Mclntyre and Orchestra One hundred and twenty couples attended the dance last night given at the Dreamland hall on North Ninth street under the auspices of Trl .Kappa Sorority Wayne Mclnlyre and his orchestra or Brazil furnished the music for dancing. Although a final check-up on ticket sales has not been completed, the dance proved to be a financial success. Proceeds derived will he used for philanthropic work In the city. Mrs. Pacl B. Casebeer was general chairman of the affair and was assisted hy a committee composed of Mrs. Curtis Louden and Mrs. K. W. Powell. Mrs. Hubert Ahlemeycr was In charge of table reservations and Mrs, E. O. Hutchinson, tho tickets. RS. ADAMS KXTTOITAIXS Mrs. Evan Adam' of Walnut street, entertained the white Star club at her home last evening. After the business session lotto was played and prizes awarded to Mrs. Joe Shaw, Mrs. Ed Spence and Mrs. William Reese. Mrs. Henry Gll-foy was awarded the surprise package. Mrs. Reese was a guest. The next meeting of the club will be held In two weeks. Dinner Party Enjoyed Miss Anna Laura Curtis entertained last evening with a dinner party for the following guests: Miss Louise Drew and N. J. Conner of Indianapolis. Miss Helen Gcrdink of Terre Haute. George Nichols and Maurice Hegarty. Other guests during the evening were Miss Jane O'Neil and N. J. Shepard of Terre Haute. The entire group attended the Tri Kappa dance last night. Miss CurtiB is planning to attend the Notre Dame Alumni dance at Indianapolis this evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collier of 1553 South Fourth street have as their guests their daughter, Mrs. Tom Watson, and Mr. Watson of Lansing, Mich. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Myers and family of Brazil were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lord and son of Whiting. Mrs. John Lord of Universal, Roy Lord of South Bend and Freida Church of Fairview. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ahlemeyer of South Fourth Btreet have as their guestB this week Mr. Ahlemeyer's mother, Mrs. Emily Ahlemeyer of Brazil. Earl and Rirhard Jenkins of Florida are viBitlng at thp homes of relatives and friends in Clinton for an Indefinite time. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Valerine and Bon. Junior, had Christmas dinner with Mrs. Valerine's mother. Mrs. Edith Sanquenetti and family or Syndicate. George Sanquenetti from the CCC camp at Brooksville. Iud., has been visiting his mother. Mrs. Edith Sanquenetti of Syndicate. He was accompanied here ly Charles White of Rising Sun. Ind. The boys returned to camp Sunday. Mrs. Violet Stoddurd of 225 Walnut street, who has been confined to her home with Illness for the past week. Is a little Improved. Mrs. Stoddard 1b the mother of Mrs. Larry Nation. Miss Mary Lou Carbon, of olden-burg. fnd and Miss Lucille Carbon, of Blnomlngton, Ind.. spent the weekend with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Carbon of South Fourth street. Marriage Licenses NEWPORT. Dec. 29 The following marriage licenses have beeu Issued by Clerk Everett E. Rhoades: Pete Nora. 35. Clinton, and Sarah Kandera. 20. Clinton: Charles Bell Wilson. 22. Chesterton, and Edna Conner. 21. Clinton: Charley Ave-nattl. 25. Scotland. 111., and Maxine Cook, 18. Clinton: John Roth. 21. Terre Haute, and Dorothy Montgomery. 19. Terre Haute: Harry B. Shannon. 22. Clinton, and Ethel E. Provence. 20. Clinton: Collett Burgess. 24. Detroit. Mich., and Edna Mowbray. 23, St. Bernice. Initiation Services 5 For Candidates Will ! Be Held January 4 , Kaslrrn Kliim to Conduil Hcrvlci'n for Claim of ('nilldatm Monday Kvi'iilnir, January 4 J At a rritular (itatod nicetlim of ,fe-rufmlcm Chapter, 2K4, 0. K. S. hold lat evening pluna were made to Jiold Initiation services for all candidates Monday evening, January 4, at the hall on South Main street. At that time the degreo work will he conferred. Plans were discuBRcd In regard to tho Joint Installation services of the local chapter and Jerusalem Lodge 91), F. & A. M.. which will he hold Wednesday evening, January 8. ? 1 Girls Entertain With Leap Year Partv for Boys of C. E. Society ) Boys of the Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian church were guests last evening at a. leap year party given by the girls of the organization at the home of Miss May and Miss Ann Jane Houston, South Fifth street. v Games and contests furnished the diversion of entertainment with the recipients of the prizes being Norton Chapln and Frank Gugllelmettl. ' The guest list Includes the Misses Hi-mania O'Page, Betty Bayer. Charlotte and Carmilla Smith, Lucille Chapin, Ada Bell, Margaret penman and Dorothy Montgomery end Sammy Nlshet. James Murdock, Carl and Lloyd Bingham, Richard and Earl Jenkins of Florida, John Kyle, George Dunn, James Houston, Joe Cull, Carl Rickets, Mr. and Mrs. Gavin Muir and Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Chapln. ,Wakofe Club Enjoys Picnic Supper Mon. A picnic supper was enjoyed by the members of the Wakofe club last evening at Audi's at Stanford. ' Guests of the club were Miss Kathleen Miller and Miss Ruth Clover. J Members attending were the J MiBses Talml Lahll. Marfha Hayes. Florence Auer, Louise Robertson. 'Ruth ReedeT. Helen Newport, Mar- Jjorle TompklnB, Clara Elliott and Lucille Carbon. During a short business session I plans were discussed to hold the 'next meetng January 11 In the B. ! & P. W. Clubrooms. Miss Newport ' will be hostess for the meeting. At that time the annual election of of- fleers will be held. Engagement of Former Clinton Girl Announced Announcement Is made of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Katharine Robb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall V. Robb of Allentown, Pa., formerly of Clinton, to John E. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Miller of Bethlehem. Pa. The eiact date of the wedding Is not known. Miss Robb was graduated from Tudor Hall. Indianapolis, and De Pauw University, where she was a member of Kappa Theta Sorority. "Mr. Miller was graduated from the New York Military Academy and from Lehigh University, where he was a member of Delta Upsilon. At the present time he Is employed In the purchasing department of the Bethlehem Steel Company. Miss Emma Penman of Detroit has returned to her home after spending the Christmas hoidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Peii'man of South Seventh street. Sam Kawley of South Eighth street Is now able to be out after undergoing an operation In the of-flce of Dr. A. O. Alexander of Terre Haute recently. ; f fT9 Miss Mary Marvel of North Fourth street has returned to her home after visiting several days at the home of her brother, J. E. Marvel, and Mrs. Marvel of Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crove and children. Barbara and Mac, wko have been visiting Mrs. Grove's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Helegda. of North Seventh street, returned to their home In Kansas City. Mo., today. Mrs. Helen Lane and son, Ronnie, returned with them for a short visit. Miss Virginia Lyons, of Chicago, spent the weekend with her mother. Mrs. Mary Lyons, of Sycamore street. Tuesday Job's Daughters will hold a staff practice at the hall, South Msin street, 6 p. m. All present officers are asked to be present. Pythian Sisters will meet at the hall, 7:30 p. ra. Bunco Party of American I-eglon Auxiliary will be held at the Legion home, South Third street, 7 p. m. Delta Theta Tau Sorority will meet at the B. & P. W. club rooms on South Main street, 7:4S p. m. Wednesday idle Wile Club will meet at the home of Mrs. George Sarver, South .Main street, 2 p. m. Wednesday Bridge cluli to meet at the home of Mrs. Don Doughty, ninckman street, 2 p. m. Public Installation services of Job's Daughters will be held at the hall. South Main street. 7:30 p. m. Girls' Bicycle Club to meet at L'Amor Cafe at 6 p. m. with Frank-allne Comalanl as hostess. Trl Kappa Sorority will hold Its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. E. O. Hutchinson, South Third street, 8 p. m, Ladles Aid of the Christian Church will hold an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. Pearl Sears, Blackman Btreet. Thursday Centenary Ladles Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Lydia Smith. 1 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bayslnger of John street and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pullen and son of South Third street have returned to their home after spending the Christmas holidays In Brazil at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hannawalt, parents of Mrs. Baysinger and Mrs. Pullen. William Kuhns of Dana is a guest f his son, Herman Kuhns. and Mrs. Puhns of Whitcomb avenue. He will visit here for several days. Mrs. Bertha Collier, who has been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Carrlco of Falrvlew. left recently for Huntington to be the guest of her daughter, Mrs. William Shriner, and Mr. Shriner. Mrs. John Houser and daughter, Martha June, entertained with a dinner Christmas day for Mr. and Mrs. Crazz Foltz. Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Williams and daughters, Miriam and Margaret Ilene Henderson, Luther Foltz. Ivan Foltz. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Lumpp of Chicago, George Mattsey and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Foltz and son, Jackie, of Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Lumpp have returned to their home In Chicago. Mrs. Lumpp has been spending the past month at the home of her mother. Mrs. John A. Houser of 1210 North Eighth street. Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Williams and daughters, Elizabeth and Mary Edna of Vincennes spent the weekend at the home of Mr. Williams' brother. Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Williams and family. Mrs. Mary Day of Nebeker street had as her guests over the Chrisl-mai holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Robert lirownfleid, Mrs. Lydia Moudy and Wayne Jenks, all of Chicago. FAITHM'I, MKMIIKR One of the inwst faithful members of the Methodist church is Mrs. Ralph Campbell of 810 South Main street, who has not missed Sunday services for the past 11 years, with the exception of a few caused by illness. Christmas dinner guots at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hinkle of Falrvlew were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. William Sanquenetti and son, Billy Gene, Mr' and Mrs. Clyde Shew and son, Robert, all of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy White and daughter, Judith Arline of Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Amber Judy of Universal and Mrs. Glenn Whitlock of Youngstown, Ind. Mrs. Edith Sanquenetti and daughter, Dorothy visited Mrs. San-quenetti's n-other Mrs. George Shaffer and brother. Harry in Terra Haute Sunday. They were accompanied by Mr. aod Mrs. Leo Sanquenetti and baby. a .r ,d a r HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Scott, mother of Mrs. Albnrt Henderson or South Fourth street, underwent an operation for the removal of a ROitre at the I'nlon hospital, Terre Haute. Monday. She is petting; along as well as can he expected. Mrs. Josephine Hayes, who sustained a broken hip several weeks ago, is getting along as well us can be expected according to reports from the Vermillion county hospital. Mrs. O. S. Davis, who has been a patient at the Vermillion county hospital for sever;.! weeks as (he result of a broken hip. Is getting along satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Doughty of South Fourth street were dinner guests last evening of Mr. and Siva. Alex Weir of Terre Haute. Miss Mary Charles, who is employed in Dr. C. M. Zink's dllice. is confined to her home with illness. Prosperity and Industry Property's right hand is industry, and bei -left hand is frugality. CHICACO ('limit Court Judge Joseph H. David, veteran of fj.imo dlvorcfl cases, attacks present taws and Kiiggestn: "A constitutional amendment providing uniform marriage and divorce laws for alt Btatea." NEW YORK Kir Cerald Campbell, British consul general in New York, discusses his "johby." the British empire; "The British believe that the heart of the empire is goof and sound, but there are a lot ' queer people in the empire, talking and writing nonsense." U)S ANG ELKS William Thomas, 82. butler for the late famous poet Robert Browufim. reijifnisces: "He waa a man of few words, hard work and strict habits, who almost discharged me one day for pounding a tack in the wall in violation of the rule of no noise while he was working." NEW YORK Dr. Will Durant wants America to set a good example to other nations: "Let us preserve democracy and racial and religious freedom In the United States by establishing such excellent governments, such liberty of press and speech and worship, and such a "constitutional economic order will move the world hy the persuasion of example and natural imitation of success." The Hfirt and King Finger The Greeks believed in the existence of a direct communication between the heart and the ring finger. A certain vein of blood passing directly from the finger to the heart occasioned a peculiar intimacy and hvmpalhy betw een the tinker and seat of affection. Short Interviews vSa f-1, 11 '"' ,rm'" 1 M-rs EXTRA JOY MARCH f TIME CARTOON - COLOR MARCH of TIME CARTOON 1 and ONLY 10-25c NOTICE! Special Midnite Show New Year's Eve at 1 1 :00 P. M. Johnny oj m,,.,-o nv;..ii;V!n .v. "tarzan ESCAPES" J Bv Ed?ar Rice Burroughs.

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