The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 6, 1937 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, January 6, 1937
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I PAGE THREE The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Wednesday, January 6, 1937 NEWS RECEIVED Virtue and the Happy J-ife Virtue is that perfect good which i the complement of a h.ippy life; the only immortal thing belongs o trorinlitv CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES FROM HILLSDALE Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mack. Mr. and .Mrs. .lack ceey returned to South lieiid alter visiting his sister, .Mrs. liicliard Morton, who is in the Cnion hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mortal! of Chrlsmuil are visiting her parent., .Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Sykes. Paul McKall of Watseka. III., visited his mother, .Mrs. i.I'lie .Mi Fall. Friday. Kallierine Sellers of North J-'nii In School Opens Monday; Women Book Review Given SOCIAL CALENDAR Attainment Tliroueh Labor The law oi worthy life is fundamentally the law of strilu It is o ily thiuuuli labor, pjiuiul laL;i. tiy grim eneigy and icsnlute louiau, that we move on to l.eiler things. Installation Services For Lodge Officers to Be Conducted Tonight Services Will lie Conducted nt the Hull 'on Koiilli Main Street by Mrs. Roy Stultz at Society Meeting of M. t. Church Start worn Serving Lunche HILLSDALE, Jan, (i -Teachers and students resumed their duties rs Wednesday Oood Time Hrldge club will hold meeting at the home of Mrs. Vic visited Mr. and Mis Ka.wmiml Various Report- Given llnrlng AH- tor Tssso, Vine street, 7 p. m. tie last seek. Mis. .1. T. York j very si I. Miiinia v with iti'!i ' leu . Firmness I'urpost Thy purpose lii' i t equal to the deed. Whu does ti e best his ell, allows, well ! .jubly; angels ro'Ji'l 'to no more. Joint Installation services will be conducted this evening for all of Monday morning after the holidays The M. K. Aid commenced serYlnt! lunch Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Peer returned home from Indlananolis. where they spent the holidays with relatives. Fred Middlehrnok moved to llmli- Thursday Missionary Society of the Christian Church will meet at the home ,.r vir Ira Taylor. Walnut street. ! K-rn. 'i Mr. Walter Jones was hostess for "I'l ll-VV l.' .l " V ficers or Jerusalem Chapter. 2.ri4. O I". S. and Jerusalem Uidge, 99, F Ht reet . Mothers ! b A. M. at the hull on South Main i colds, In treating children land In the Julia Peerman property and Hay pearman moved Into the house vacated by Mlddlebrook. Vir 'the nteetlnn of tbe Woman'. Home Missionary society of the Methodist rhiirch at be home yesterday aftr-j)oon. Mr. Roy Btults save a review on it he study book having a. her sub-'wt "Education of the Negro." Mrs. don't take chances . . use WICKS W VapoRob Dozenn of men sitting back reading this paper should take this page seriously. we have any ort of infla-lion at all . . . these clothe, at th-e prices won't be news . . Ihcy'll be miracles. Tven Iho' you have a new suit r,n and a nrw overcoat hng-:n in the hall, we still say you Spaniards X; rn? J ( '.; lit .rnia Tie Sjn.-LJitis r ...MifJ . jh,'.' alter an Ji;ii;;.n; i y .-. r . ,,i -.. tri'iith I'en'ui v . e ;,iil 1 1 i-iHpvH to I -." ; .t i ' Kd Mitchell gave an Interesting re- Anyone interested may attend these services. SODALITY MEETS TUESDAY droun A of the young women's Sodality of the Sacred Heart church met last evening at the home of Mrs. Nick Karannvlch on South Fourth F.treet.' diesis were Mrs. Tony Marietta and Miss flrace O'Rourke. Bridee was played at two tables with lilch score prize awarded to Mrs. Karanovich, and low, Mrs. Wayne Jensen. Miss Julia PohJ will be hostess Tills meeting will he in the form of a 1 o'clock luncheon. Kach member Is asked to bring a covered dish. A. A. A. club will meet at the home of Lena and Clara Avenatti, North F.lKhth street, 7:S0 p. m. Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet at the home of Mrs. F. T. Kell on Blackman street. 2:30 p. m. Half Century Auxiliary will hold a dinner at 6:30 p. m. at Morgan's basement. Following the dinner Initiation and Installation services w.ll he held for the three quarter Uepree members. Election of if-flctrs will also he held. Furnishing Society of the Presbyterian church will hold a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. H. C. Clianin. Mulberry street. Each mem OATTERY RADIOS port on "Appreciation of Our wier-atme" and varioua member, gave (report, on the Home Mission mage-islne. ! During the session the committees gave. a report on their supply work for the year. , The next meeting will be held fat the home of Mrs. Mitchell on Snuih Fourth street February !. At tha for 1 -. life both suit and overcoat lime the mlte-box offering will be Homos gil White is moving to Terre Haute and Jessie Magern has purchased the property vacated by While and will move there. Chester McCoy and Miss Francis Mady of South Bend spent the weekend with Mr. and Mr. Roy McCoy. Leola McCoy returned with them to South Bend Monday. Clint Brown spent the weekend with bis nephew. H. n. Aiknnin. and family In Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harriek and Mrs. Bartlet visited relatives In Terre Halite Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Lowell Duncan or Clinton visited relatives here Sunday evening. Miss Virginia Lnhrman of Clinton visited Sunday with her tin rents Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Lohrman. Mr. and Mrs. Eschol Bennett and daughter. Snna Lou. vent to Perrys-ville Sunday as the guests of Noble Mayes and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Russell or Yed-do visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge Lewis of Louisville. nd., visited here Farm op.'ned. these prices, for values like hese w'll be gone with the wind at the first breath of piing. ' for the next meeting in two weeks. 'Aloha Club Elects I ' r All from a stock that com- Officers tor Tear Election of officers was held at a 9 I. iU. wx-i nf Dlnlon's Anil Olhem Willii.iil Klecli b Ily ! SI'IH'HI.K: I'KOSLIOV. .Vliibe table inmlil, all new battery equipment, full if gulalilev i oinplele ber Is asked to bring a covered dish ai.d own table service. Methodist Choir will meet at the chunh at 7 p. m. Half Moon Mull of Centenary will hold a meeting Thursday in-stead of Wednesday, the usual time. Lodges jEt Vermillion Chapter, 1 2",, Ft. A. M will bold its staled meeting tomorrow at 7:311 p. in. in the Masonic hall on South Main Btreet. $29.25 meeting of the Alpha club, which (was held yeaterdoy afternoon at the I:MI series Willi 3 Ihome of Mrs. Archie Carmichaei oil Itiouth Sixth street. , guaranteed 1o I'HIIiCO, (f-tube -abinet iiiimIcI, wave bniMlH, jets foreign hlalioli-dnys, a real bargain JloHlesxes for the meeting will be Mrs. Danty Bizzy and Miss Lena Mrs. G. R. McOuire Is the newly- A National Event! . . . RYTEX riirul.TC. F.itfiF. VELLI'M nrinted i Vercellt BIzzy. American Legion Auxiliary will stationery . . . double the usual $51.75 $53.50 $67.00 I'HIM'I, new 1:7 conv.le iinslel, .1 tubei IH-Hiitiful labinel, for iuik sale ,.,.Dni,fu inn sheets and 1110 iiieiiu . w 'shrewdest buyers. The Suits and O'coats from n5to45 I j Rosenblatt's hold repulor meeung ai ine ij.-khim home. South Third street. K p. m. envelopes of thiB fine Deckle Edge Tinner . . . nrinted with your Mono Harold Mack returned to Indian- gram or Name ". AddreBa for, f(pr fl lelected president of the club and jMts. George Kamm. secretary and .treasurer. I After the business Besslon bridge 'was played at three tables with high (score prize given to Mrs. Earl Tur-iner and travel, Mrs. C. M. Zlnk. j Mrs. Pete Voto will entertain the jclub at her home on North Fifth istreet In two weeks. PHILCO. new I!.t7 console hiimIi I. It littles, foreign band, you save money on this Friday $1.00 . . . January only! on sale an The Daily Clintonian office. adv.j ne the holidays with his parents Current Event and Art club will meet at the home of Mrs. Albert Lder on South Third street, 2 p. in. Brouillet Chapter of the D. A. R. .oi moot nt the home of Mrs. A. J. IDoiiglaty BOehind the Seen Gil p. -il v LJlJj Paul Thompson of west of the city. . olden Star Club Holds ' ' Ferguson n RMTi iiKr-in ;n itivi:k "Quality I irsl. Prices Always lOwest" ;4-:W Kim Street Phone :lil iOLLYUJOOD RFAD THE ADS Meeting at FOX Home vm he the assistant hostess. I Outing Club will meet at the ......mmttwMtttttti tut I Members of the Goden Star Club fnBsembled laBt night at the home or Mrs. James Fox on Cromptoti Hill for their regular business meeting. ! Mtn furnished the enterliiin- home of Mrs. Charles Walker. Blackmail street, 2 P m. Friday Literary Circle will hold j a meeting at the Public Library. South Fourth street. 2:3" p. m. At that time a bonk review "Clone with Bv HARRISON CARROLL I Jack SherriU. the agent, who wm By cui... '. on the lookout for a girl who could Kuaf runiure. miitste. Ine. ! singi to play in a picture with the HOLLYWOOD Their honey- ate jtme. Ernestine Schumann-moon was Bpread all over the front i neiI1k. The film was never made pages, but Joan and Deanna, after the one short. miD-IHIUTEH J 15 l o n a e 1 1 uiiu got her release rrom m.. j. nrj Dick Powell' ,.re sorrv now. r-1 . -P" I are now clamp- I ment of the evening with Mrs. Wil-j lam Morris receiving high prize and I Mrs, Harry McCHntock, low. S The ne meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth James Ion Crompton Hil, In two weeks. ing a ban ot too bad there won t De any nrivacv on their : rn, mailable of a record that REDUCTlOnS marriage. The' Jolln Crawford and Franchot Tone the Wind" by Margaret Mitchell will be given by Mrs. F. T. K-ll and Mrs. Dave fialntond. Centenary P. T. A. will hold a meeting at the schoolhouse. 7 p. m Rebekahs will meet at the I. O. O. F. hall on South Main street. 7:30 p. m. Installation services will be conducted. All outgoing officers rt"v p Fortnightly Club Has two Btars are arc making together. They 11 Bing refUBing to dis- .rjiif Alia Glovine" from Verdi a cus home life j "La Traviata". But the record is in maguzine in- i strictly for their own ears and terviews and those of their close friends. have Instructed J Warner Broth- j Bernie and Hurpo Marx are era to handle 0f antagonists and always try to their publicity cihsel each other out of handicapa. Mumiratelv. Un i a ei-onlc of (lavs after Bernie"s are to bring six sandwiches and all Joan Bloudell Innomlng officers are asked to wear white. Pythian Circle wil meet at the home of Mrs. Sarah Van Horn. South Fifth street. 2 p. m. believe in early Housecleaning! believe in giving you a bargain ,en you need it most' Instead oi Interesting Meeting Miss Dorothy Devonald gave an Interesting report on "Weather Bureau" at a meeting of the Fortnightly Club, which was held ill the home of Miss Bessie Van Duyn. South Fourth street, last night. Guests of the club were Mrs. E. Stutevllle and Mrs. Ora Doyle. Miss Glenn Morgan of South Fourth street will be hostess tor t he next meeting at her home in two weeks. Miss Lenore Merriman will to now, an effort has been made to urrival on the coast, the two met. link the pair. 1 Urrnie immediately began to moan spoilt his golf game the day before. Speaking of honeymoons, the : "Can you Kt H I ?" he groused, beat" that Lloyd Bacon and Nadinc : "I o . toujy loa Coughlin were a We to f ; J, X" sloe and couldn't n.ay. a split week. Lloyd is Um t.iv , ,.3j Bemi(!i -weU, i r,.aliy the Bette Davis picture. Mai bed , Woman", and will be until well 'hot un 84 Into January Luckily, WW lp closed for three days over the Christmas party Christmas holidays Lloyd and h.u ! be A ma t bride took half vited Tom Beck, James Bush and then and half New Years iveel. 4hh rivals for her waiting weeks, we ve taken deep cui In prices to give ycu your coat at a generous saving HOSPITAL NEWS Jackie Carii. eight veur old sou of Mr, and Mrs. Louis Curl! of Whit-comb avenue, who has been a patient nt the St. Anthony hospital at Terre Haute. iB getting along nicely. He recently underwent an operation for a chronic Hack ailment due to a fall last May. when another three-day shutdown Granv,He favor. At 13. Bonita Granville 1 m 1 k took place at the atumo. ... l remember her in "These Three"?) is Btudying trigonometry. Her $29.95 COATS $19.95 COATS $12.95 COATS be the leader. d ' PYTHIlAV HISTKIW LKF.T j Pythian SisterB held their regular ; husiness meeting last night at the f ball on Blackman street. Mrs. Elizabeth Simpson of Nehe-ker street, a patient at the Vermillion County hospital, is reported to be u little improved. $99 I Following the business period bunco furnished the diversion of entertainment. Mrs. Margaret Wood leacners say ane is a mathematical wizard. . . . V i n c e Barnett swiped all the advertising post-card, out of Lindys, so there must be some gag afoot. . . . Clark Gable has been lunching with Mary Anita Loos, who used to be Francis Mrs. Marjorie Whllsnian Bronker il in- "Hick ini llidfd bill bnir fur ibnbf of Nebeker street, who underwent I. II an appendectomy at the county hos-nltal several days ago. is in a sat galling back from location on "Captain. Courageous", Spencer Tracy had an experience that still Knda the shivers up and down his pine. Midway between Catalina and the mainland, he found himself blanketed in a pea-soup fog. He lost his bearings and was nosing along carefully when a warning fog horn leaped at him out of the mist. He recognized the horn as the Catalina steamer's but. as often happens with deep togs, he couldn't tell from which direction the sound was coming. The warmng grew louder. Tracy quickly tacked and Just In time, for the dim hulk of the .teamer wept by, mining the yacht by only a few yard.. You Asked Me and I'm Telling Ton' Mm. B. O. Neale, Ontario: YOU! Mr.. B. O. Neale . umar u received high score prise. Mrs. t iara Gllniour, bunco, and Mrs. John Anderson, low. Bl'NtXJ PARTY HELD isfactory condition. Clark bit Lederer'. best girl. But don't falae conclusions. rnme to any till head- Carole Lombard i woman in Clark life Herbert Sampson of North Flghth street, who has heen a patient nt the Vermillion County hospital for several weeks, is expected to he removed to his home soon.. Mr. Sampson was Inlured In a mine nrrldent recently and underwent an operation for the amputation of his leg. Flash! Jack Oakie, who haa i a follow olaver crazv. alchav last m aaoort .ubject at Metro-Goldwyn-1 Edward Arnold. And l. 1- d-Mayar. Deanna was discovered by I concerted. $8.95, $6.95 $f 95 DRESSES 2) Five tables of bunco were played at the meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary bunco party, which was held last night at the Legion home on South Third street. Mrs. A. J. Wheaton received high score prlie. Mrs. Gerald Martin, hunro: MIbs Rachel Camipbell. low. and Mrs. R. E- Gulnn. travel. The next party will be held on Tuesday evening of next week at 7:30 o'clock. BOY SCOUTS HOI-1) MEETING Boy Scout troops 64 and 75 met last night in regular session at the Methodist church with Rev, C. C. Pearce In charge of the meetins. During the business period plans were discussed to hold a hike in the near future. Immediately following the January court of honor was held. Other Clearance Items kii i iii.ui t: ci 49 Hil.tM1 llilllP MI. SWKATKf.K CI 49 mi.mi viiiin- " w Ai:r tam ki-:tk 79C KI.Imi valni- S Alt! TAM Kin 39 C .-iltr tullie IMlXKK HANKII-X 79C Hil.tHI xallie " I,II.IILKN K I'OATS 4 95 K.-.lir values ."T. 2 Ht Kl'ITS S4 95 K."i.r values " SNOW Kl ITS C3 95 K4.ll. valliex " One table O Cp still. KII I.IVtil.lSlK . One Table 1 O C OIHIS AMI I'MIS WV i n 595 $2?s $4.95 DRESSES $3.95 DRESSES Instruction in All Types of Dancing Classes for 1937 are now forming in lap, ballroom and acrobatic dancing. Individual instruction under experienced instructors assures best results. Ours i. a long and .uccessful record. Classes in Clinton Tuesdays and Saturdays Studio in Basement of Morgan Drug Store Group 1 DRESSES $49 $98 Group 2 DRESSES NITA LEONARD COOPER DR. B. H. SELLERS DENTIST 249 South Main Straat , CUntoa, Indiana ' Dance f t h S c o o BAKER'S; y

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