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Thursday, December 31, 1936 Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page Four and Mrs. Frank Heskett and fam Dorothy Mae Miller. Opening song, ily were dinner guests Christmas South Bend were week-end guests of Mrs. Margaret Malone and Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Urublis. FORMER CAYUGA of Mrs. Lillian Luverty and son of DR. B. H. SELLERS DENTIST . 249J South Main Street Clinton, Indiana day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Emanuel Dickey. Harold Hainmersley of State Road 03. who Is employed at East Chicago, spent Christinas vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hainmersley. "Silent Night," worship service was next, followed by a story entitled "('ampnres in Congo," read by their leader, Mrs. Victor Randolph. Questions were asked and answered from The Friend. Cifts were exchanged Refreshments of popcorn and candy SUMMIT GROVE Parke county. Lauren Miller was a dinner guest Christmas of Miss Thelma Jumps of Clinton. Mrs. Raymond Gosnell of Fair-view visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mort Miller Friday. Mrs. Harold Mack and son, Mrs. people: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wood-ard and children, Mrs. Grace Holing and son of Bono, Mr. and MrB. (iurney Foils and son of west of Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ltino-hart and son called in the evening. Saturday Claude McDowell and son went to Metealf. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gilmore and family were dinner guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gilmoie and family. Mr. and Mrs John Sims of Indianapolis visited Mr. and .Mrs, Oscar Dove. Christinas day. Mildred Kennedy Marries Mearl GLASSMEETIN6 were served. Those present were Jim Fox, Hetty Ann and Junior We Pay 5c per pound for large clean Cotton i:il, Dnln.il mill Hetty I-ou Dorothy Mae Miller Is Hostess; Drt G. R. McGUIRE w Chiropractor v'. X-nj Service. Palmer Gradual jtaoj Jtlackiium Street Frist, Haine Randolph, Wilma Mi Powell. Martha Dunlop and daughter, vlslt-e,i Mr. and Mrs. Kschol Mack Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Dickey and Worship Service Is Held; Gifts Exchanged The King's Herald class met sn Mr. anil Mrs. Claude McDowell lags. Daily Clintonian. who live north of here, entertained family of Parke county were Sun iiiiiiML' ft! r t nc t iMiiii v k'nti Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Poller and Mr, at dinner Christmas the following urday afternoon at the home of Miss tverhardt; r.vangensi Plan Revival CAYUGA, Dec. 81 Announcement lias been received here of the marriage of Miss Mildred Kennedy, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy of Brazil, to Mearl Everhardt, son of Mr. end Mrs. Dora Kverhardt, also of Brm.il. The Kennedys have many friends here, having lived in Cayuga some few years ago. Mrs. Everhardt visited I here this past summer with Mrs. Dane Harper. The wedding took place Saturday. December 26, in the parsonage of the Methodist church, The couple will live at Martin Hill, Benton Harbor, Mich., where Mr. Everhardt has employment with the Benton Harbor Malleable Company. ltevival Planned - Rev. Elder S Gattling, Negro evangelist from. Georgetown, 111., will start a revival January 4 at the local Free Holiness Mission church. The pastor, Rev. Frank Peterson, extends a cordial invitation to all to attend. This church will also have a watch meeting this Thursday Aft These gSglhitS: Klglto Spots I I 1 I Mm , ( r-v Come Out And Spend M-W' Nnw Year's XtS IWIEJ, New Year's WMf K 'PCS Eve KiiA i - - At The 6lt Geneva Tavern One Mile West of Fairview Dancing, Good Music FISH, CHICKEN Your Favorite Beer Music by Provence String Band FL OOR SHOW CHICKEN DINNERS SANDWICHES COLD BEER Honeymoon Cafe 460 N. 7th St. Clinton Eli Delich, Prop. Join the Crowd at Clinton's Most Popular Night Club BIG New Year's Eve Party DANCE TO A GOOD 4-PIECE BAND BEER WINE LIQUOR DORMAN'S TAVERN Ninth and .Vine COME TO Antonini's night at which time Kev. ialtling will also be present. Mrs. Lydia Larrlmore, who for a number of years has operated restaurants here, has recently opened a lunch room in the building vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Btone-elreet. (Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilhelm and son of Marion, and Mr. and Mrs. Clesten Douglas and children of St, Anne, 111., visited Mrs. Blanche Harvey at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Gephart, Friday afternoon. Later in the evening they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dane Harper. James Harvey, who Is recovering nicely from a bullet wound received Thanksgiving day, returned jiome with the Wilhelms to visit this week. James expects to return fo school January 4 and again take up his studies in the eighth grade. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spear from niicago and Mr, and Mrs. Elbert Carter and daughter were Christmas quests of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Roark and family. i Mr, and Mrs. Francis Ewhank and Misses Betty and Jeanne Ewbank. ; all of Chicago, were guestB during the holidays of Mrs. Ruby Ewbank and daughter, Margaret. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Gorden of Chicago were Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Gorden and family. j Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Har- ' per for Christmas dinner were Mr. j and Mrs. Carl Shelto of Danville, Max Harper of C. C. C. camp at '' vVaveland and Mr. and Mrs. Dane ' Harper. Mr, and Mrs. Ora Harris of Danville were guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,Hooten and lamily. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mili-kin and family for Friday dinner included Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller from Indianapolis, Mrs. Miller re-1 gained for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wilhlte entertained their daughter, Mignon, and We Wish You a HAPPY NEW YEAR 9th St. Liquor Store 448 North Ninth Street LET'S DRINK TO THE NEW YEAR with . Fine Wines and Whiskey from the North End LIQUOR STORE 928 North Ninth St. You'll find everything you need to make your party a big success and everything at money-saving prices. Come out and get acquainted! . DANCING New Year's Eve Good 3 -Piece Band TOM AND JERRYS and MIXED DRINKS Sandwiches For a Good Time SPECIALS THURS. - FRI. SAT. Mr. Boston Whiskey Half Pint Only 50c Old Drum Whiskey Half Pint Only 45c Sure Win Whiskey Half Pint Only 35c Old Wabash Gin Half Pint Only 25c Open All Day New Year Day WINES BEER Special New Years Dinner and Italian Food Phone 140 For Reservation , ANTONINI'S RESTAURANT 519 North Ninlh Street JOIN THE CROWD al ... Tony's Cafe At Centenary New Year's Eve DANCING GOOD MUSIC All Kinds of SANDWICHES Home Made Chili i BEER LIQUORS THE NATIONAL Main and Elm NEW YEARS EVE Come To KAISER'S CAFE At Universal FISH FRY and Watch Party BEER EATS Mrs. Dale Johnson of Champaign over the weekend. Mignon, who remained for a week's visit, was a dinner guest Friday of Clarence Alexander at the home of Mr. and Mrs. JeB.se Winters of Newport, John Morgan of Chicago was a pueat of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Morgan, Friday. Dan O'Donnell, second lieutenant Sperial New Years Eve Attraction! FRANKIE and His ACCORDION at the Blue Bird Cafe At Centenary SANDWICHES YOU'LL LIKE KEG AND BOTTLE BEER COME AND SPEND THE EVENING HALF MOON CAFE SPECIAL NEW YEARS EVE PARTY at White House Tavern at Universal (Known as Big Joe's Place) BIG ENTERTAINMENT Souvenirs Will Be Given v DINE DANCE DRINK Everybody Welcome Tables for Ladies . . At Centenary H5. Music. Dancing fn the standing army at Columbus. O., was a week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. O'Donnell and daughter, Mary Anne. Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Allee and family included Mr. and Mrs. Melville Ew-ti.'uiks and daughter of New Market and Miss Jane Alee and friend of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lyday and family of Detroit, Mich., were weekend guests of Mr, and Mrs. Gearge Axton and Dickie Dyday. Miss Edith Roach of Indianapolis Visited her parentB, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roach, over the week-end Clarence Bracken and sisters. Martha and Helen, of Lima, O., visited Earl Baker and Li la and Mildred Dunkerly last week. A former resident, Miss Elizabeth Michael of Kokomo, fs here visiting this week. The guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Milt Coffin, this week is Miss Anabeth Thomas of LaPorte. New Year's Eve Bottled and Keg Beer For. Lively .VSl a. BIG FISH FRY X. New Year's Eve . 2f& Y . SANDWICHES OF ALL KINDS CECIL TURCHI, Prop. JZ XT 7 . imf. new i ear s Eve at Good Music L! Come to K mL. 1 . Mrs. George McDaniel is visiting Greetings for the New Year Spend New Years Eve With Us BOTTLED and KEG BEER RED FOX TAVERN Cromplon Hill SOX'S PLACE At Universal SANDWICHES GOOD BEER her parents In Danville for an indefinite time. Harold Clarlr and Miss Gene Hursh were week-end guests of his mother, Mrs. Clarence Clark of Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dye and eon , STEVE'S TAVERN Blanford BEER 5c and 10c Sandwiches of AH Kinds Steve Giordano, Prop. have moved Into the house belonging to Mrs. LaDessa Day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grubbs of x, .