The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 30, 1936 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 30, 1936
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Page 3 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Wednesday, December 30, 1936 COURT NEWS on Honeymoon CLINTON SOCIAL Governor's Son Mr. and Airs. 'M: ;'"'L' II NMU'I'OKT, Dec. Elizabeth Zerovnik of Clinton aa granted a divorce In Vermillion circuit court Monday from Joe Zerovnlk, on her cross complaint alleging cruel and inhuman treatment and intoxication. The plainlif.'s former name of .lunik was restored. Tile defendant was ordered to pay the sum of $.111 for attorney's fees within sixty days from dale. The couple was warned July 13, 1!IL'7 and separated IVhiuary 21. lltmi. Joe Zerovnik originally Hied suit Tor divorce on reminds of cruel und inhuman treatment, .erovnik was represented ii court by ltoiney II. nter II. Ingram el' Ncwpcrl and Mrs. ',' nivnil; by Al'inney E. E. N'ee. Newport. Ilenr.- lieesiger of Dana lia:: heen placed oil official probation and iuil- m- nt withheld in the charge j against li'in of negbcl ,,f children. 1 H'K S'ger ciilereil n pica of guilty to j e"gecling his thre" minor children, in the Vermillion juvenile cAurl 1 some weeks ago, and the cause was 'hen takn under advisement by Judge c. Edward fllngham. Where Tides Fallow (he Sun Tides at Tahiti follow the sun instead of the moon, high at r.oon and tu. -in 1 p.! it If? 1 Here is Paul Curley, son of Gov. James M. Curley of Massachusetts, as he appeared while honeymooning with his bride of a few days, the former Marie Phillips of Waynesboro. Ga.. known to New Yorkers as Lillian Duval, night club entertainer We've taken a wild ride through the store and made outstanding bargains for the last day of 1936. You won't need a ticket to get in but come early! Odd lots and some broken sizes, of course, but Savings that count every time! Remember Thursday Sun Carnival Queen Gretchen Reinemund When the most beautiful girl in the southwest was sought to reign over the Sun Carnival at El Paso, Tex., on New Year's day, Gretchen Reinemund, senior at Leland Stanford university, was selected. READ THE ADS &lfc: ;mm.M - ) Oldest Competition The Irish claim the oldest nationally organized athletic contests, the Tailteann Games, first held in 632 B. C. The Greek Games began as a nationally organized sports event in 572 B. C. Night Coughs d )' Quickly checked 'iSr wthout "dosing." Y-'t YICKS X rub on V VapoRui Special For One WEEK ONLY! $1.95 Croquignole Wave $1.35 $3.00 Croquignole Wave $1.95 $4.50 Croquignole Wave $2.95 Mabel Hills 957 South Main Street Phone 556-J Come Early! Odds and Knds House Dresses 37' Sv Shipment QQ. LZJ Fancy Ilath Towel Sets 69c Children' llalliriggan Pajamas 25c ea. Srwinc 7Qr llaskets CZ2 c Ea. 25c Odd Lots of Corsets $1.00 (hid l.ottt Brassieres 10 While Km cloiic Q-l-a kauc of ) Ot 41 Hlr Only Mm'. Molf-kiii Pants $1.00 Pr. 2 rail? ndy ltoV t rduny Pants $1.00 Pr. c Ea. NOTES Installation Services Of Job's Daughters to Be Held This Evening Public Installation services of Job's Daughters will he held this evening at 7:30! o'clock at the hall on South Main street. Miss Margaret Penman will act as the installing officer. She will be assisted by the following officers: Installing musician. Mrs. Corinne Hall; acting marshal. Miss Ruth Howard; Installing chaplain, Miss Oersilda Gel-ler; senior custodian, Miss Nell Car- ; j unior custodian. Miss Catherine Foltz; Installing secretary, Mrs. Hannah Walters; guide. Miss Mae Houston, and marshal, Miss Myrtle Irene Payne. This service is open to the public. BOY SCOUTS TO HIKE During the meeting of Boy Scout troops 64 and 76 held last night at the Methodist church gymnasium plans were discussed pertaining to their hike, which will be held Thursday. All boys planning to attend are to meet promptly at 8:30 a. m. at the church. Rev. C. C. Pearce and Henry Wellman will be the leaders. The Eagle patrol, troop 75, was awarded a cup for obtaining the most points in scouting during the month of December. Following the business session games were enjoyed. W. J. Curry of Vine street, who has been confined to his bed for the past ten days with heart trouble, remains In the same condition. Addison Foltz of west of the city, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia at his home for several weeks, shows no improvement. Mrs. Ruth Perona and daughter, Carol June, of Elm street spent Monday and Tuesday of this week In Terre Haute visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller. Miss Margaret Hotchklss of South Sixth street, an employe of the Indiana Belle Telephone company, is confined to her home with the flu. She is slowly Improving. Miss Lois Walker, student nurse at the St. Anthony hospital, Terre Haute, has resumed her studies after visiting at the borne of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Walker of Blackman street, for several days. Short Interviews NEW YORK Judge Jonah J. Goldstein, summarises a judicial problem: "You can't please everybody in this court, because you can't play Santa Claus to defendants and at the same time protect tho community at large." LOS ANGELES Dr. Everett Dean Martin of Claremont College, views the future with alarm: "Then Is not one chance in a million that this nation could remain neutral in a future world war." NEW YORK Salvador de Mada-riaga. Spanish diplomat and scholar, views his country's dificulties: "War of any kind is inevitably far worse thau any possible evils the war undertook to cure. In domestic affairs, as In foreign affairs, war settles nothing." HOLLYWOOD Smiley Burnett songwriter and comedian, admits he doesn't know how to put his tunes on paper: "But I should worry when I can always get my tunes written by men who know alt about It. but can't compose a tune to save their lives." Cause of Sky's Blue In all Mediterranean countries the deep blue of the sky is due to the txcess of ultra-violet rays. North Carolina in 1860 In 1860 North Carolina was twelfth ranking state in the Union, in population. OLD JCKM SLEEPS GOOD NOW HE MADE THIS 33c TEST Old John says, "I bad to get up 5 or 6 times every night. Excess acids and poisons cam cause frequent desire, scanty flow, burning, backache, and getting up nights. I flushed my bladder with buchu leaves, juniper oil, etc.. made into little green tablets called Bukets." Castor oil flushes the bowels. Bukets flush the bladder. In four days if not pleased any druggist will refund your 25c. Gillis Pharmacy. Adv. B175 Morning Ijdies and .Mises Sport Coats $9.00 Maybe you've been waiting for just such a bargain. Ilelter Dresses $5.00 One Lot Mm-n BRIDGE SETS $.00 lmbrohl'rcd I'illow t aws liC One Table Remnants Marriage of Young Couple Announced Ro.V Haase and Miss Margaret Pin-nt-Kar Married December Sfl. To Make Home at North Judtion, Ind. Roy Haase of North Judson, Ind., son of Mrs. Katharine Haaso of North Third Btreet, Clinton, and Miss Maragrct Tinnogar of Montezuma, were united in marriage at 3:30 p. m. Saturday, December 26, at Kokomo. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride's twin siHtor by Rev. Russell C. Rees. The single ring ceremony was performed. Mr. and Mrs. Haase are at home to their friends at North Judson, where the groom Is employed as lineman for the Union Telephone Company. i Mrs. Reynolds' Parents Observe Anniversary The golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kennedy of Mill street, Ormskirk, England, parents of Mrs. Robert Reynolds of South Eleventh street, Clinton, was observed at their home on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 1936. Mrs. Reynolds recently received a newspaper containing the item of the celebration. Her father, who is 74 years of age, ia( reported to be seriously 111 at his home. Mrs. Kennedy, 72, is in good health. Bridga Club Meets at Home of Mrs. D. Reed Mrs. Dave Reed of South Fourtl. street entertained the members oi her bridge club at her home yesterday afternoon. Bridge was played three tableg. High score prize waB awarded to Mrs, Paul Fletcher and low, Mrs. Jess Daniels. Mrs. Charles Walker of Blackman street will entertain the club at her home In two weeks. CLUB HOLDS MEETING Eighteen members of the Minnehaha club attended the business meeting held last night at the hall on South Main street. Mrs, Lucy Nevins was the hostess. After a short business session bunco furnished the entertainment with prizes awarded to Miss Melisa-belle Ralston, high; Mrs. Margaret Gray bunco; Mrs. Tom McLatchie, low, and Mrs. Henry King, travel. Miss Ralston will entertain the club in two weeks at the hall. Konrity Meets Twenty members of Delta Theta Tau Sorority met last evening In the Business and Professional Womien'B clubrooms. South Main street, for their regular business session. Miss Elizabeth McCullough of Chicago has returned to her home after visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCullough of South Eighth street. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Sutton of South Fourth street, who have been visiting relatives in Detroit for sev eral days, have returned to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hixou hav returned to thefr home in Detroi after visiting at the home of Mrp Hixon's parents, Mr. and Mtb. B. i' Huffman of Walnut street. Mrs. Hlxon was formerly Mis Martha Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Skidmore of Detroit are guests over the Nev Year holidays at the home of Mi and Mrs. Paul Skidmore of Mulher ry street. Miss Madeline Church of Mulher-ry street fs visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Evan "Church of Hammond. She plans to return here this weekend. Mrs. Mary Stlth Is recuperating nicely at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Topolosek of North Twelfth street, after under going an operation several weekp ago at Indianapolis. She is now able to be out a few hours each day. ""' Mr. GllmoiiT Improving The condition of John CMlmour, who was injured in a mine accident at the Snow Hill mine near Terre Haute, is satisfactory. Mr. Gilmour is at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Evan Adams and Mr. Adams of Walnut street. 1 He Is now permitted to hare SOCIAL CALENDAR Wednesday Public Installation services of Job's Daughters will bo hold al the hall, South Main street, 7:30 p. m. Girls' Bicycle Club to meet ut I.'Amor Cafe at (I p. m. with Frank- allne Comalani as hostess. Tii Kappa Sorority will bold Its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. B. O. Hutchinson, South Third street, 8 p. m. Thursday Centenary Ladies Aidwill meet at the home of Mrs. Lydla Smith. 1 p. m. r. V. Halmer of South Sixth street in seriously ill with bronchial pneumonia. Mrs. Jack Durham, of Indianap olis. Is visiting at the home of Mrs. Mabel Glasson of South Main street for several days. Mrs. E. J. Hays of South Fourth street, who has been in Chicago for the past few days, returned to her home today. HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Jack Daugherty of 334 North Fourth street, who underwent a major operation at the Coleman hospital. Indianapois. several weeks ago, was removed to her home this weok. She is getting along satisfactorily. Dllly James, a patient at the l'n-ion hospital. Terre Haute, who was Injured In a mine accident several weeks ago and who has been in a serious condition, remains in the same condition. Jackie Carll, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Carll of Whitcomb avenue, underwent a minor operation at the St. Anthony hospital at Terre Haute recently. The operation was due to an in-lury sustained to his back last May when he fell from a tree. Marlene Blackburn, 8 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Blackburn. Is in a critical condition at the Vermillion County Hospital. Pauline Pinnegar, of Montezuma, who underwent an operation at the Vermillion county hospital several days ago, Is getting along very well. Jean Burgess, of R. R. 3, was admitted to the Vermillion county hospital this miorning to undergo an operation. Mrs. Richard Reed, of South Seventh street, who has been a patient at the Vermillion county hospital for several days, is getting along fairly well. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fader oi the Raynes-Frazier apartments are the parents of a baby son born De cember 6 at a hospital in Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mleldaif are the parents of a baby girl born at the home this morning. The Infant weighed 8 pounds and has oen named Margaret. Rescues Aviator I 0 i ... Odessa L Fevre When an airplane plunged inti Che river in the suburbs of St Louis near the bridle path oi which ahe was riding, prettj Odessa La Fevre leaped from he horse and plunged into the lc; water to rescue the injured pilo who was caught in the wrtckag of the plane. Si. Iff' f Wmh Paul Curley NEWS RECEIVED FROMHILISDALE Mrs. Richard Morton Operated For Appendicitis Monday At Terre Haute HILLSDALE Dec. 30. Mrs. Richard Morton was taken to the I'ninn hospital in Terre Haute Sun-diiy. where she underwent on operation Monday for appendicitis. She ia getting along as well as could lie expected. Mrs. Jessie Magers entertained at dinner Sunday her sister. Mrs. Alison Goodwin. Mr. and Mrs. Don Junes of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. George nmwn and son. Omer Magers and family and Miss Maxine Wimmer of near Rockville. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hutson and son, spent Christmas with Mrs. Hutsons parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cifford Mcllride In St. Bernice. Mr. and Mrs. James Bennett of Terre Haute are visiting their son, Escliol Hennelt. Miss Irene Former la visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mort Thomas near Newport. .Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Wright spent Christmas with A. E. Anderson and family in Clinton. Mrs. Anderson was formerly Miss Georgia Jones. Misses Lois Dill and June MrCarty are visiting relatives in Terre Haute. Mrs. Audry Burger and grandson. Bobble Curry, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stewart and Mrs. J. T. York went to Danville. 111.. Saturday to visit C. H. York and family. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Rice and daughter, Marlene .and Elmer Miller of near Dana visited relatives here Monday afternoon. Of The E- tWtI ANAPOLtS INDIANA.. . . A NITERS HOTEL. HOTEL HOUSE HOTEL HOTEL MO-TX, HOTEL HOTEL ANDERSON INDIA TTBRC HAUTE INDIANA. Tt-JfE HAUTE Jf ASHLAND KENTUCKY VENTURA OWLNSSORO KENTUCKY. OWENSSORO JACKSON TrNNCSSEE.NEW SO'JTHERN ST LOL1S HO NARK TWAIN WACO, TEXAS RALEIGH 1 .'.. s t ,-.ffi "'"est VJ -,.,': e e t 1 .Kns-S V I C I J. ' CLEAN UP! LADIES' SILK UNDERWEAR DANCETTES, CHEMISE, SLIPS and GOWNS. Some Slightly Soib-d. 300 MODERN ROOMS Q50 GOOD FOOD Famous Steamboat Cabin Coffee Shop Popular Versailles Dininq Room- Old Enslith Tap Room LAWKS' IHI IIUK... A (JOWNS, each I Kid Lots of Ruffled Curtains and Panels Ileal Itarguins! Children's Tuck Sillcli '" "JO. Soils Jl. Men'. Sateen and Itrmuh loth Pajamas 98c Mfii and ls' Ihirk "thr Polo Shirts 56c CZZI ST. LOUIS H. A. TARPY. Manaiftr One r in,, j ALBERT - ONE LOT Men's Soiled SHIRTS Our I'M-ttrr Shirts 4500 ROOMS IN 8 STATES "r!::;::::::T0i" ESS SSuHU CHITTENDEN HOTEL mujMMJa OHto roBT hates hotel ToHlO " roRT MEIOS HOTEL 000 JOUWTE HOTEL CANTON. OHIO . - Qa - D-c - - HOTEL

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