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PAGE THREE The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Monday, January 4, 1937 Lodg es Stine's Entertained With Turkey Dinner For Friends Sunday CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES Miss Kalherine folia, student at l.lndenwood College at S. Charles, Mo., lelurned today after spending Ihe holidays with her mother, Mrs. Alma Foil of Walnut street. Mr. and MrH. Roseoe Russell of Terre Haute have been visiting at Hie home of Mrs. Russell's mother, Mrs. Kiliiiy of South Fourth street. Clinton Com-mandery. 48. K. T., will hold Ha Installation services tomorrow night nt 7:31) at on South Main. Ojsler Slipper En.lojed Mr. and .Mrs, Jacob V. Gregg anil son. .ilninty, enlerlained with an nyhlci supper Friday night al their home on South Fourth street for Mis. Jane Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Italph Adams anil family. Mr. and Mrs. nrla Adams and Mr. and Mrs Leslie, all of r Itosedale, and Mr. ami Mrs Holier! Ilidky (d AlfordK-ville. hid. Mr. and Mrs. H l.i ! letl la-d eve nlng for llieir liolne, where lie Is a leil'-lier ill the liiuli :M hoot I lin e. Pnllmvllig Turkey Dinner flrlilgi I uniMied the Elite rlailimcut During Evening Ul(! MflNOIlil' luitl M;iNOIlil' Lodge to Confer Degree Work on Candidate Tonight M l vice Will lie Held at Ihe' Hall on Snnlli Main Sired READ THE ADS Lodges to Conduct Joint Installation Services Wednesday Jrruaalm CliHtcr, Ml, (. K. 8. Aiitl Jmucnlcin IxmIki', (HI, I''. Ai. A. M Ui t'omliiil Hrr v lien WriliKwlny M(l '' OMii-I'h Vows Read for Young Couple at Home of Groom's parents Wed. Miss Pauline lli'ul, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ileal or llnse-dule was nulled In marriage Wednesday, December a I 1 p. in, In Levlo Itncrin. son of Mr. and Mis llatisla Iloccla of Itockvllle. The marriage viiwb were read hy Rev. II. II. Wagner nt the limue of the groom's parents In the presence of r.fl relatives and friends. The Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Sllne of South Main street delightfully entertained with u turkey dinner last evening al their home for several of Ihelr friends. Guesls were Mr. and Mrs. Walker ..chest t alon and Mr. and Mrs. Cedrie Nnr-I man of Terre Haute. Mr and Mrs. ! II. A. Moore, Mr anil Mrs. II. M. 11 Gleg:; of S'elllll I'n'llU. riielll the weekend al llle il lii.i via nil'M"! her, V I 'i '-III' and his me le, Halph Adams. Riisedlile. HOSPITAL NEWS Mis. .Mill jnrti- It mi.iii l.niM'i , ilnimhlnf i.f Mr. ,unl Mrs. Ctiaihs Uili iiiiiii nt N"Im kT iiir'ct. iimit'i - W (Hi ;ill ,i;iM'lt' !NI ill I he Wl m. II inn (until y tn -iilal m- i it I s it ;fi. S 1 1 i;i n i j l i In l- in .i :;! im nmht 'nil, M I'M. I.V'H"" I T M' I it',;' Ii i t , Mis. .1. ( 'Dili:; i- uf ) !l -i u t li ; (tain ami Mir. Oiii l.ivn I 'rH)t;lr. ill) piliflifs ;tt r he '-!tii' linn Cnuiily hns..tl. WMr J i in i.t . l yc-ilcrd-iiy. .1; si e,. I hiilll" i dmn: el Ilea Mis. ulre.'t Illness. ,-rili lilt ' heme wiC G Wrii-bl of untitled lo ll'T Mr. and Mrs. John Cilumnr of Kim slreet cnterlaiiied with a turkey dinner lesl evening tor (be following guesls: Mr. find Mrs. GeorL'e Walthall. Dr. and Mrs. W. .V. Ki.llv. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hosetililalt and Mr. and Mrs. George Carey. single ring . ceremony was performed. Attendants, were Mrs. Mary l)el-lacca, sister of the bride, and Charles Roccia. nephew of the groom. .e- The Initio was attired In a blue crepe dress with black accessories. Mrs. Dellacca wore a rose-colored dress and also had black accessories. Ilnlh wore corsages of rosebuds and hrysanlhem urns. Following the ceremony a dinner was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roccia. The young comple will live nt the present time with the groom's parents, at Rockvilln. Joint limtallallnn mirvlcm will In-condurtcd al T:30 p. in. Wednesday. jHiiuary 6, by Joruaiilem CIiihiIit. 254, 0. E. S. and JoniKalmi I.oiIkc. 09, K, A A. M . at the hull on South Main Btront. Commltteea appointed (or Dio occasion are aa follows: refrralimwil MeBdamea H. A. Moore, J. B. Kline. O. R. McGulro. Harold Mack. Mar-shall Frist, Margaret Maikle Harrison, H. M. Caldwell and Isalirlh' Gray; dccoratlm;, Mopdamos J. I.. Hayek, Everett Holms, Curtis London, Raymond (lllfov, Miss Iconise Hayek and Mies Cornilihi Geller; entertalnnirnt. Mesdini'r William Roherts. William fjtlf'iy ARnes Rae and Corrinne Hall. Anyone interested may altond these services. OUT OF TOWN PEOPI F. WHO ATTENDED ROE FUNERAL S'uCl (':-- :, V. S A .slot!! r -. I-'-: n.-i ; -i oi ' e lived i-i :' " i ' " 'i : Ferguson and Dr. and Mra. (1. I!. McGlllre. After the dinner, bridge was played al three tables, prizes for women were awarded to Mrs. Moore, high, and Mrs. MeCulie. second high For men Mr. Talon received high and Mr. Ferguson second high. Mr. and Mis. II. Harrison of Kim street and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrison of South Sixth street spent Sunday at Marshall, III., visiting al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Med-sker and Mrs. D. Davidson. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.' I.lnyd Davidson of Chrisnian, III. Mr. and Mrs. I). C. Huffman of Walnut street and Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Huffman and children of North Water street spent yesterday at Evansvllle, where they visited Mrs. Huffman's sister, Mrs. Lewis Schaumberger and Mr. Schauinbor-ger. t'V.l'.'.Wff.M.ITRl A called meeting will be held by Jerusalem Chapter. 25 1. . K- S. at the hall nil Sou I h Main slreet at 7:3(1 p. m. today, Al that I line Hie degree work will be ciiiiferred mi u candidate. Meeting' PnstHlieil The regular meeting of the Sunshine circle of the Presbyterian church, which was to have been held this evening, has I n postponed. The nest meeting will be held next Monday night ut the home of Mrs. flavin Muir. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Illair and son of Terre Haute have returned to llieir home after visiting relatives at Washington, I). C. Mr. I'lair also Visited his sister, Mrs. I. N. llulllngton. J. G. Nichols of Hamilton. N. Y.. and George Nichols of the I'nivcrsi-ly of Pennsylvania have returned cast after visiting at the home of Ihelr parents. Mi-, ind Mrs. W, II. Nichols, llliicklitan street. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wagner of Chli-ngn have been vi.'iilillg sevetii days ilh Itev. ami Mra. II. II. Wa'.--ner. Mr. V turner is a twin broth'-i of Hev. Wagner. II. M. Pentrcath of Hlarkmun rtrcet is spending a few days ill f-nrlliem Indiana n business. Miss Mary Murdoek of Blackman street is reported to be ill at her home. ; Mr, and Sirs. Ed Mitchell of South Eighth street have returned lo their home after visiting the past several days In Chicago with relatives. 1 ; I IV I Mr. and Mrs. Karl Smith and son. Instruction in All Types of Dancing Classes for 1037 arc now forming in lap. ballroom and acrobatic dancing. Individual instruction under experienced instructors aa-surcs best results. Ours is a long and successful record. Classes in Clinton Tuesdays and Saturdays Studio in Basement of Morgan Drug Store NITA LEONARD COOPER School of the Dance Mrs. Russell Miller and two ' ho have been living at Newport, have moved to 4 27 Smith Main street. Clinton, to make their home. daughters. Louise and Mary Julie, of lllackinan slreet returned yesterday from a week's trip north. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Lou Crane, an uncle or Mrs. Miller at South Bend iind her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Brook T. Crane at Ml. I'leasant. Mich. While Mrs Miller wiis nway. her son. Kenneth, visited his grandparents, 5. and Mrs. Rudolf Miller In Marshall. 111. Herbert Donald, son of Mr. and ;ris. Herbert Donald of South Fifth 'Ireel has been visUing bis parents. Km ployed by the Mnngomory-Wnrd Co.. he has been recently transferred from Monroe, Wise, to Greenville. Ohio. Out of town relatives and friends who were'here 'to attend the funeral of MrB. Olive Symcs Roe last 'I'Iiiiih-day were Mr.'-and Mrs. Kugene Carlson, Mr. and 'Mrs. Harry Roe and daiiBhter, Nellie. Mrs James Uoohan and Mr. and Mrs. William Dlsimiikli all of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Fred llr-ham and Mrs. Anna Urhan of nrii7.il. Thomas Dodge of Knighlsyllle. Mrs. Henry 'Wilcox ' and Mrs. Mathcw Wardrope and daughter. Agnes or Indianapolis. Mrs. Jack McSwnen and son. Charles of Tayltrvillc. III.. Mrs. Frank Pierce of Mlcknell and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Merry. Mrs. W. O. Bell, Mrs. H. O. Thonvis, Mr. and' Mrs. W. E, Dixon, Mrs. Joe Peel. Mrs. Harry Marrlck and Mary Ida Taylor, all of Terre Haute. Mrs. E. W. Cordlngley of South Main street, who has been visiting several days at the home of her sister. Mrs. C. W. Blakemnn. Mr. Blakeman and family of Louisville. Ky.. has returned to her home. SOCIAL CALENDAR Monday Wabash Camp and June Camp of Royal Neighbors of America A called meeting will be held at 7 p. m. at the hall over Dbugbty's. Elm street. Plans will be discussed for installation services, which will be held January 14. Tuesday Z' rrELEPHONtul 1 ' PAN MR ,:t '4 Jtkff mm f, - - -- A. B S TME N ' r t j it -c y X I- F "Z-?; rZTr The new Wake Is.and f ''i" tKfl''" y. WA- ij.iiAii - t - i on the new Pan American I : 1 . . . s I Golden Star club will hold its meeting at the home of Mrs. James Fox. Crompton Hill, 7:30 p. m. Woman's Home Missionary Society of the Methodist Church to meet at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Walter Jones on North street. Alpha Club will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. Archie Carmi-chael. South Sixth street. 2 p m. Fortnightly Club will meet al the home 'of Miss Bessie Van Duyn. South Fourth street. 8 p. m. Wednesday I Deal Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Mabel Glasson. South Main street. 2 p. nt. Wednesday Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. J. N. Frist. Blackmail street. 2:.'!0 p. in SAN HANdlCO Good Time Bridge club will bold a meeting at the home of Mrs. Victor Tasso, Vine street, 7 p. m. Woman's Relief Corps will meet at the hall on Rlackman street at 2 p. m. At that time installation and Initiation aervicea will be - Missionary Soiiely of the Chrlf tian Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Ira Taylor, Walnut Btreet. This meeting will be In Ihe form of a o'clock luncheon. Each member la asked to bring a covered dish on a new cruise Thursday A. A. A. club will meet at the home of Lena and Clara Avenatti. North Eighth street. 7:30 p. ffi. Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet at the home of Mrs. F. T. Kell on Blackman slreet, 2:30 p. m. Friday Carrying more pleasure to more people . . . giving smokers what they want . . . Chesterfields are off on a new cruise. From Wake Island 5000 miles out in the Pacific Ocean, Pan American Airways flashed this radio: "RUSH TEN THOUSAND CHESTERFIELDS TODAY'S CHINA CLIPPER." At three o'clock that afternoon the Chesterfields were on their way. Four days later back came the message: "CHESTERFIELDS JUST ARRIVED. FAST WORK. PANAIR WAKE." When smokers find out the good things Chesterfields give them . . . nothing else will do Current Event and Art club will meet at the home of Mrs. Albert Eder on South Third street. 2 p. m. Brouillet Chapter of the D. A. R. will meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Thompson of west of the city. 7:30 p. m. Mra. H. M. Ferguson will be the assistant hostess. Coprnchi VV. bum ft Brtu Toaaoo Co.