The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 7, 1937 · Page 3
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PAGE THREE The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Thuriday, January 7, 1937 HOSPITAL NEWS Markets CHICAfiO. Jan. ".- livestock: H-MiS. 2.".iuh; steady; holdover. CLINTON SOCIAL Impressive Installation Services Conducted by Lodges Last Night newly elected officers were Introduced by the marshal, Raymond !" toy. They are a follows, master luis J. I.emtra. Junior warden. William Vastbinder: treasurer. Tol-vl l.ahtl: secretary, Fred Van Horn; Junior deacon, D. O. B'trpsn. chaplain, John Dunsmore; Junior etew ard. William l.awson. and tyler. Robert Anderson. Following the installation Mr. l.emstra and several other members Wshly complimented Mr. Van Horn ,n the splendid work he had achieved during the pat year. The meeting was adjourned. Mrs. w nl a Klnier Clov i (t-nt!lon ii t, who t the ln nnilcr-;il hos- ,ii!;tl ly. MoimI.iv. in totting nlont nil of Itoutt nt .H the i! fur sev ?,. who lias Wrrii I'limi ;il days, i h('i a paii rounl v li"!- !i miiro tug. Norma .! i:itl lit : 1'iiltv. who h I- tlx l' h'tspit:,) for l-V d lo ll"l o ihis tnoinin?. Frank Km thi- Vr:nill.i OVf'il n-1 t ' lull : ll!,t hi' hdino .. S"iit tinhiy l.evt'- Nolle, w aip-nd'-.'tnmy a' roufilv IjopMiil ;iti was removed to lii Tw'lfih str-"t it fin V rmMl.on W'-i-k H-.'u, i- on Nnrlh Mrs. Jil'ie I.lieille Wolff of :!. nrnire. who uiii'iw.-nt an on'-ia-tion at the Um- hoypiiul Motniay. is tttiii alone yuiisfartorily. Mrs. Malli H. Marshall of South Fourth st reel rer"i-d wot d t hi morning of the 'cr ions Jin f of h-r son, Lyle Vernon of Detroit. IK underwent an enu-rt'ency operation for ajJiendi-"itis at a lio--pHal ihr-this moiiiitir'. Vjts. Marshal left today to be with her son. j 4.IH.0; top. tl :': hulk, $ 1 U.2 ' ru j 1 '.."; heavy. $lo 2' ti 10.55; nie-; dhim. f 10 :'(! I ; litcht. HH'H 1 'fj n.r,ii; liiiht lit-'hts. !..:0 lti.21: uirklllK M'Wi, $.4rft lH.ttO; pli-M. s.Mit ft it. 7i. CATTI.K. S.."i(to; Hteaily. Calves, , I :."(: strinh. Ii -f Ht'is: tiood ii nd cho.i $11. hii fr IS.'jU; coniinon I and iipmIiuim $T iiofi Il.tMl; yer-I !uii!s. i 'j nn 'a t :t 1u. Butrlwr cat-,(!: iM'if'-rs. $...(Mt rtx 1 2 cows. $4 T.iti ".'.a, bull!. $ 4 . fi 7.'M; i ealves. $"i ii'i 'Ti 1 2.UM; fwd-r yt.--rs, j 1 "if h."lt; Ktorker M-elH, $4f.O ' fi s mi; stfM-k-r rows and hfift-rs. 4 .: f1 ;.7 "i. SHKFP. 12.ui(.; steady: medium and thof.e lambs. $1" 'iit 7'. ; till Is and tout mon, $ fi 1 u.tiu ; yeat I in f S.nn fu 9. ; i-nrnrnon and r boti ewes. 1 3.Mi fi '.".( ; fi-eder lambs. , S.mi, ( HITACf). Jan. 7. Wheat fu-t-avs started 1 4 to lc hither today i -f 1 ' inL' st rone rabies. Cof u ;Hi;;rirt'd " 1 'c a"1 j:,s 'a to 'ic WHKXT: May. 117-V-V-: S. pt.. CliltN: I new l July. 1 06 i ; Seit., Mav. Ida -lm; ' HATS May. 5S-Sept., H. 153'i July. ill'j. Ma. 1 1 il 'i - ': 1U2-IH2 'i ; lull! I ; July, Jul a:i ; July. 4 ; Caught a Cold ? ' Hruh throat and chest with Phone 464 TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE f : New 1936 i The Root Store j Relief Corps Holds Installation Wed. Mrs. Julia Jacobs was installed as president of the Woman's Relief Corps at the first meeting of the new year held yesterday afternoon at the Pythian Hall on Itlackman street Mrs. Rose Taylor was the Installing officer. Other officers are: Mis Jessie Roblsnn, senior vice -president; Mrs. Josie Kiliby. Junior vice-president; Mrs. Illlfe llalmer. secretary; Mrs. Kmma Ashley, treasurer; Mrs. Oiana Mooney, chaplain; Mrs. Rose Taylor, patriotic Instructor; Mrs. Catherine Holvey. guard: Mrs. Jennie Pearce. assistant guard; Mrs. Anna Jackson, conductor; Mrs. Iona Seldomridte. assistant conductor: Mrs. Lena Warren, musician; Mrs. Cna Lapworth. press correspondent; Mrs. Cora Harrison, flrst color bearer; Mrs. Sarah Van Horn, second color bearer; Mrs. Marie Porter, third color bearer; and Mrs. Barbara Kibhy, fourth color bearer. The outgoing president and other ofricers thanked the corps for their cooperation during the past year and urged them to make this year Just as successful. CANDLER-PERKINS MirW Lucille Perkins, daughter of Rev. Perkins of Vieo county and Rohert Candler, also of Vieo county, were nnited in marriace at 1 a. m. today at the parson a re of Rer H. H. Waener on P.lackmnn ptreet Mr. and Mrn. CandlT will live on a farm In Clay county. Bl'VCO tU'R HOt.TiH MFET Mrs. John Foster entertained the Wfdnesday Bunco cluh at her homr' on South St-vnth treet yesterday Bunco was playd at two tahle wit h hi eh score prire awarded to Mrs. Frank Mlchele; Mr?. Jack Wil-liarns. hunco; Mrs. Oiarles rane. low. and Mrs. J. fK'l guest. Ot hr euest-5! Ms. Oiiv So u t ha rd and M rs. Wt en CI u rch of Hillsdale. The nevt meeting will kr held at the home of Mrs. I.on Rihy or North Fourth street. rrhk;f cm r mfkts Mrs. Mahle Glasson of South Main st reet en terta i ned t he mem tiers of the I Deal Bridge cluh at her home yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Don Douphty was the rer-ipf-fnt of the hith score prize and Mrs. Vern Axtell. low. Mrs. Pete Voto of North Fifth utreet will he hostess for the next meeting. Mrs. Agnes Rae of South Fourth street has returned to her home after spending the New Var holidays at the home of her brother and friends in Detroit. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Louis ('atta;;nori ol Chicago, formerly of I'ni vernal, i the parents of a baby boy bum the Vermillion county hospital terday. Mr. and Urs, Wilbur Unton are the parents o .Miller ot a babv Run born January 1. The infant, the fi:-t liild in t!( family, was named Vi'h;im Lee uni wepihed 7 2 pounds at birth. Mr. and Mrs. Miller were former residents Of Clinton. Mr. Miller formerly a manager of the Oakley store at Main and Blackman rat-eft. He is now manager of an Oakley store at Linton. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Newton, o' t. Bernbe. are the parents of a ha by pi rl norP Tuesda y. A National Event . . . RVTEX DECKLE EI,E VKLLI'M printed stationery . . . double the usual quantity . . . 100 sheets and 1"0 envelopes of this fine Derkle Edce paper . . . printed with your Mono- tram or Name and Address for S1.0M . . . J-inuary only' On sale at The Daily Clintonian office. adv. Ritoalialtc 8ervirm lor Officer of Katern Star and Mason held Imm Night at Hall on Hoath Main Hteet; IJttv Crowd The chapter room of Jerusalem Chapter, 254, O. E. 8. wan decorated with beautiful palms and banket of flowers for the Joint Installation services of officers of the local chapter and Jerusalem Iodee, 99, F. A. M., which "were conducted last evening. This service, one of the most Impressive and ritualistic ceremonies of the year conducted by the various lodges In Clinton, was attended iby an exceedingly large crowd of ! members and friends who were Interested In the organisations. Services were at lirst conducted by Jerusalem I.odge. 99, with Fred Van Horn, outgoing worshipful master, as the Installing officer. Ttu Program Enjoyed at P. T. A. Meetin" The Jacksonville School P. T. A held Ita regular monthly meetine Tuesday evening at the schoolhouse Iwlth 30 members attending. After a 'brief business session an enjoyable program was enjoyed. The following selections were ln- fcluded in the program: two piano nolo by Delina Perona. a radtnr by Carmellta Ball, two piano -solos by Rose Marie Balach. a vocal soln by Mary June Wilson, two vocal diifls by Bobby Ohenall and Sarah Ruth Williams, two tap dances by Mary Katherine Fenoglio and Rosaline Rovi, three accordian solos by Mike Fenoglio Jr., two vocal solo iby George Chenall. ( The next meeting will be held In jFebuary. At that time the eighth grade will present a play. Former Clinton Girl's Marriage Announced Announcement Is made of the marriage of Miss Mary Matejoski of Chicago, daughter of Mrs. William Parsley of 544 North N'inth street. Clinton, to Oscar Krause of Chica go, son of Mr. and Mr. Charles Krause, which took place Sunday. December 6. at 4 p. m. at the St. Paul's Lutheran Parsonage. Miss Jean Jordan and William Schultz of Chicago were the attendants. Mrs. Krause Is well known in Clinton having made her home with , her grandfather, James Silotto of (North Thirteenth street, while liv- fing In Clinton. The young couple will make their home at Rirerdale. III., where the groom Is employed. Bridge Club Holds Meeting Wednesday I The regular meeting of the CooJ ;Time Bridge club was held last nieht at the home of Mrs. Victor jJTasso on Vine street. Mrs. George Phillips of Brazil, formerly Mis-Betty Rohner of Vine street, warn a guest of the club. Prises In bridge were awarded to Mrs. E. P. Lowry. high; Mrs. Frank Kamm, travel, and Mrs. Tasso. low. Mrs. Wilford Doolln of 1203 South Seventh street will entertain the club at its neit meeting. BIBLE CLASS HOLDS MEET NOTES SOCIAL CALENDAR Thursday K. of p. will meet at the hall on lllacknian street, 7:30 p. m. A. A. A. club will meet at the home of Lena and Clara Avenattl, North Eighth street. 7:30 p. tr.. Half Century Auxiliary will hold a dinner at :3n p. m. at Morgan's basement. Following the dinner Initiation and Installation services w.ll be held for the three quarter degree members. Election of of ficers will also be held. Methodist Choir will meet at the church at 7 p. m. American Legion Auxiliary will hold regular meeting at the Legion home. South Third street, 8 p. m. Friday Married Couples Class of the Baptist Church will meet at the home of Dick Jenkins. 1304 South Eighth street, 7:30 p. m. Current Event and Art club will meet at the home of Mrs. Albert Eder on South Third atreet, 2 p. tn. Urouillet Chapter of the D. A. R. will meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Thompson of west of the city. 7:30 p. m. Mrs. H. M. Ferguson will be the assistant hostess. Outing Club will met-t at the heme of Mrs. Charles Walker, Hlackman street, 2 p- m. Friday Literary Circle will hold a meeting at the Public Library, South Fourth street. 2:30 p. m. At that time a book review "Gone with the Wind" by Margaret Mitchell will be given by Mrs. F. T. Kell and Mrs. Ijave Salmond. Centenary P. T. A. will hold a mfettijE at the schoolhouse. 7 p. tn. Rt-lK-kabs 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 are to bring six sandwiches and all incoming officers are asked to wear white. Pythian Circle wil meet at the home of Mrs. Sarah Van Horn, South Fifth street. 2 p. m. Tuesd av Mother's eluh will hold a ntPPt-"nir t the home of Mrs. Don Doitph-y. Binrkmn street. 2 p. m. 4ervlre To4 (toned InptaMation Bervicea of the Pora-iontas lodpe, which was to have heen conducted this evening, has Ven postponed until next week on account of the death of Frank Rhnad' S. a nieniher. Mrs. J. E. Colling of Toledo.O.. md Mrs. Carroll Cooper of South betid have arrived here to attend the . funeral of Frank Rboadea, which-wan held thia afternoon. Beverly AnJernon. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hovey Anderson ol 46 Hlackman street, u confined to her home with chicken pox. Virginia con fined to Shew, of Kim street, i her home with illness. Mrs. James Eighth street and friendH In this week. Jen kin of Nort! b visiting relatives Center Point, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lundstrum. and family of North Third street, spent ir-verul days in Belleville, 111, Miss Maude Cooper, who has been he pnest of Miss Blva Sehraeder of Chif aeo for several days, returned ti her home in South Third street Tuesday. Mildred peal, danehter of Mr. and Mrs Max ral of 24 '2 F.lm street, if confined to her home with rhtrk-n pox. Mrs. J. o Mitt of South Fourth "trwt. ha- roup to KenTiirl y h-ranee of the KcrfotiK Mine ,tf hM mother. Biz!" Bottle f ar Oalr C9 u !ii n pmt-to frota ytMT artv-f you tx vtm trvew i L Tf y r n (.rtut Umtu sr tea cts nif. r.iu ukt ru torn iiim i J.a cmt m pro trtMU :bb hi arnc, imK, tacfc. hip ad km SM MM wiu bup wis 1ft J Ik I NUKMB U lwirm. mmr MikMnu " i til I - W I k I ! Yl l first ; Time J I Offered 319 South Main Street X i If To $ Model C-6-12 Cabinet top is of heart walnut veneer; the front panel of butt walnut and s57fl "' . " ' - . 5 . jKISMM. ti t I : I 1 1 C IVi , fl - IIUILilJJiiU i! 1 Now, with the stocking down, is the time for stocking up. If you waited for Christmas f. r shirts, and received military biushts. if you wanted warm ticse and got shaving lotion. . if you expected a few suits of ur dei wear and received a year's -ubsrrlplion to LIFE. . Don't give up the slip, for the very things you are short of are now at very short prices. It's o claim gone. ir way of helping the after Santa Clau has Warm Hosiery 15c to $1 Shirts, $1 to $5 Warm Gloves 50c to $3.95 Underwear, 25c to $5 Rosenblatts Tim? steps tlontS Dfcttx isf AnotW wer rolk 'rriJ 1 iVtj rkt with UJe NERVES AWFUL? MRS Eaic CuDniiif- v V. Catium. ;r:-. n: Jppe--trd Jiid I k i 1 fcjlfd I "Stimillllr'd takw iHr-e '-ItW ITU Jp-t!I Jfld 1 Tf visA drugfitt. SI O, CALM TMOOE BY USING DOCTOR MILES' KJEPVNE NERVES, BE SWEET-SEREKIE Can you afford to b NERVOUS? Perrujj you rould afford those at lacks of Nervtrs if you wrie Xiif only oirf affttied. Ttn-ie irtrrvr-s make you a nui-Sdtitt- v everyone with whom vru cotne m r.unljct. No one likes vou w!i-n you are jumpy. ;Tit jhie and ie ' ki DR. MILES mERVI IR. MILLS r.ERVlNE has eri r-c'jeriiZd as trlt-ctive for more than ' vears bv nufTerers frnn: SU-epleMs. Nrrvou Ir-titabllity. Ner.ous Hvadat-iir. NrrvoHs Indigrstiuo. 1 ratttl Sicknrvs. DR MILES NEfiVTNE is now avatiauAt in trre orieiriotl huuid form and tfftrr'ew.vnt tabMft form. You can r it at anv druc store iu 25 cit and Jl 00 packet'--. I 1 tA ARE VOUR , I, jSsaiBMBBaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaj Mrs. Archie Carmichael, pianist f Jerusalem Chapter. 254, O. E. S. i'nyed a piano selection prior tn he openine of the installation services conducted by the chapter. Mrs. William Roberts was the in-tolling officer and Miss Marl leld. marshal!. Other officers a? istlng during the evening wer chaplain. Mrs. Cerll Harrison, an Mrs. Genre"? Walthall, who opened ie meeting. Mr, rarnrdiael phvrd tn berni-iful installation mus'c and Mrs. tn Rae was the soloipt. The newly elected officers for the nsnln year are: worthy matron. (is Gertrude M"Kenney. who t r(qined s beautiful hounnet of -oses by her assistant officers: D. O. Burgan, worthy patron: asso-"iate matron. Mrs. William Gil-Coy: associate patron. Robert Anderson; secretary. Mrs. Earl urner; treararer. Mrs. Walter '.eeds: conductress, Mrs. Burgan; ssoeiate conductress, Mrs. Max lohnson: chaplain. Mrs. Tom Lewis; larshal, Mrs. George Walthall; organist, Mrs. Corinne Hall; those e-iresenting the five star points amely. Miss Taimi I-ahti. Mrs. Roy lutts. Mrs George Kamm. Miss ' ouise Hayek, and Mrs. W. X. Celly, and warder. Mrs. E A. Lewin. 'toy Butts, sentinel, was unable to ittend the services. The officers were attired Jn white nee dresses and wore corsases. The presentation of gifts to Mi." IrKenney was an added feature ot he evening Mrs. Walthall, the re-Iring worthy matron, was presented with her Jeweled nin. Following the presentation Miss McKenney cave an interesting talk as did sev eral of the other officers. ' Mrs. Leeds presented Mrs. Rae with a gift for the eoperBtion she has given to the organization durinc the past year. At the close of the services nn In formal reception was held and re freshments of sandwiches and coffee were served. TOUCHTY; HOME FROM ATTENDING MARKET Mr. and Mrs. Charles -Doiiplity of "outh Fourth str?et have rpturned o their home from Chicago, where hey attended tht 1937 winter fur-Iture market. Some of the marked trends noted ire. In furniture modern design in very much ahead of uher styling, and in rups the de-nand ie for the new colors that are ;bown browns. greens, in the ilainer effects. Prices on all furniture seem to V holding Its own although I he tentfment is that prices cannot stay town all during 1937. All dealer ire protecting prices by buying in "dvance and Douphty's placed or-lers for spring goods to be delivered before April 1. Dinner guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell of .South Main street were Mr. and Mm. Shell Curtis and granddaughter. Wanda lee Shew and Mrs. Ern-t Johnson rf North Third street. I.trenM MieI Marrtaee license was Issued re-rrittly at Terre Haute to Morris harbour of Illinois and Mali le Crisi of New Goshen. HAPPY RELIEF FROM PAINFUL BACKACHE Caused by Tired Kidneys Muv of tttaa gniiag. MfyiBf. pta4al WofcacM pKf bialue oti cuaUa or tUawiav r of irti eauMd by Urd kidney ud Oi ttm rievci tMti trtd m tin? nki The kKlDcyB are Nkturv cfeie y td lafcio tf i V1 Mat) pflhuauyl Vatic 0t li tfa tlioa Mini po(tie pM abuuf & ptuXm a dajr wr about 3 FKMUtd jf wMtc 1( tit la BiiWa ul jJrr tab ud filtn don t work adi. punufiuw ( Kuiticr ta tt'C tsiuud TtMS pulaliM aDk) Mlt "rg'Tlf oakctMa, itvutuatK ptuam. Iuntu. Ium r. pep mmI bcrc. flttu( up ibim. at-vtliug, puttuMMUBsV itieeyvm. bl'ti stKi Juii'M I) 'jo t twt Am ruw Ofaffiti (ur t PUm, uaed rnttc c 1 ull by outLi iM l it u ttj ytmn 1 by S1 ppr rlii tcl mtU ti lb 1& miim d kidMr tub feuKi ou( pmtoiiMii RCA VICTOR tiger-wood veneer. Has MAGIC BRAIN, METAL TUBES This remarkably low priced 6-tube superheterodyne console has a turnup ranpe of 540 to 6,9000 kcs. This includes the 49-meter band international broadcasts and police, aviation and amateur culU, in addition to domestic prorrams. Magic brain, metal tu'.e and other improvements that make this an exceptional value. Many New RCA Victor P.idoi to Choose From. $5 lo $70 Allowance for Your Old Radio. A social meeting of the Men's Bible class of the Christian churca was held last evening In the basement of the church, which was attended by approximately 25 members. . William McMillan entertained jwlth several musical selections and fRcv. H. H. Wagner gave a talk t'ltiitar music was enjoyed as was a contest sponsored by Frank - 49 A A.95 As Shown Washday19 Week! FRISTfl I I Home Lj : M DAY I i niGHT : Modernize Your Home Laundry This Efficient, Economical Way! $49-95 Housewives never find "the joy of. washday" by using the cld-faihioned washday methods, or even an inferior present dav washing machine! With a NEW Apex ... the picture brightens! Apex, with ALL the expensive features of high priced washers mU every requirement! $49.95 up. Mi. KrRt Rntnuin Mrs. J. N. Frist entertained the members of ber bridge club yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Byron Anderson and Mrs. Charles Walker as guests. Mrs. Anderson received high score prize and Miss S-ra Downing. low. The next meeting will he held at the borne of Mra. G. R. McGuire on Mulberry street. A turkey dinner was served re-eently at the home of Milo Helms on North Eighth street. Those attending were Mr. and Mra. Sol Mish-ler. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Church and daughter. Myrtle Lea, Mr. end Mrs. Everett Helms and sons. Don-nie and David. rm - i EEtf7t BLACK.MAN5S : KO DOWN PAYMENT Terms as Low as $1.00 Each PHARMACY Main titrret Iudimiui i i . Clinton I

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