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Friday, January 8, 1937 The Daily Clintoiuan, Clinton, Indiana PAGE FOUR Noted Playwright to Wed Star HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Edith Snowherry, who has been a patient at the Vermillion County hospital for several weeks, is getting along satisfactorily. CLINTON SOCIAL SOCIAL CALENDAR U AW '4 If I II . Herbert Sampson, who underwent an operation for the amputation ol Ills leg as the result o: a mine accident several weeks ago, was removed to his home In Noi'lh Eighth street yesterday. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs Sla y Lee. of Rockville. are the parents of a baby hoy born at the Vermillion County bos pilal this morning. He has been -ained .lames Stanley. READ THE ADS COLUMBIA FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PATROLMAN with GEORGE O'BRIEN rO!.LY ANN YOUNG Comedy "Rush Hour Rhapsody" Short Vi aphone Hippodrome Only 10c SUNDAY AND MONDAY Hr t I.ulse Kalner yltHfford " r JANUARY SIDi You can better afford t rpend the money ban to miss these avings Ve. know how men feel after "hristmas. We know that here's got to be ten dollars rorth of dynamite back of very five dollar sale to snap mm out of his cozy firestd ood of saving. ' , Well, here it is. Gentlemen, ''e have lots on the ball and 'off the price tickets because dial's the only way you'll do business and do business we must. 0 ;e lot of Rosenblatt's suits 1 nd overcoats are yours if you act now... the other fellows' if you wait. $19 75 Rosenblatts 25 c & Sanborn's Ground Fresh lb. One of the "surprise'' romances of the season in Hollywood la that of Luise Rainer, charming Viennese star, and Clifford Odets, radical dramatist, whose plays have created a sensation because of their radical tone. When Odets viewed the performance of Miss Rainer in a recent picture he was so impressed that he arranged a meeting and their romance followed. NOTES Mrs. W. B. Nichols President of Society I o'clock l.iincli held at .Home Of Mis. II. C. Cliaiiin, Mill-t . berry Street The annual election or officers and M 1 o'clock 'uiiihenn of the Furnishing Society of the Presbyterian church was held yesterday nflornoon nt the home of Mis, II. C. Chapin. Mulberry street. Mrs. W. B. Nichols is the newly-elected president, to replace Mrs. I. D. White, outlining president. Mrs. W. I), flerrish and Mrs. 11. C Wright were re-elected secretary and treasurer, respectively. During the business session plans were discussed in rognrd to the congregational supper, which will he held at the church in April. Mrs. Nichols will entertain the society at her home the first Thursday in February. Luncheon Enjoyed bv Society Thursday A delicious 1 o'clock luncheon was enjoyed yesterday by the members of the Missionary Society of the Christian church. There were 19 members present. 'Mrs. ('.race Roberts led in the devotional period and Mrs. C. M. White wns ill charce of the lesson She had as her subject for the afternoon "Africa." Mrs. Dow Mil-hel' gave an interesting review on "Outstanding Negro Educators." Immediately following the program a social time was enjoyed. OUT-OF-TOWN PF.l ATIVFS FRIENDS AT RHOADS RITES Among the out-of-town relatives who attended Die funeral of Frank Rhoads of Fairview, which was held yesterday at the residence with the Half Century club in charge, were Mrs. Caryl Cooper or Soulh Mend; Mrs. J. W. Collins of Toledo, Ohio; Mis. Williams Johns. Mrs. Ora Williams and daughters, Mrs. Lucy Smith, Mrs. Mattie Dlack and daughter. Hazel. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson and sons. Robert Wake and Theodore Smith, all of Terre Haute: Mrs. Lizzie Meyers and grandchildren and Mrs. Stanley Clark of Middletown; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Burton Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Burton Jr., of Blanfoid. Friends attending were Mr. and Mrs. William Baker of 'Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Bryn Wilson or West Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Olin Smith of Fontanel, Mrs. Oeorge Ross of Mecca. Mrs. Alva Craig of Westvillo. Ill-Mr. and Mrs. Olio Early of South Bend. Mrs. Robert Bucholz of Brazil and William , Green of Terre Haute. LYLE V. MARSHALL IN CRITICAL CONDITION Lyle Vermin Marshall of Detroit, son of Mrs. Mallie if. Marshall of South Fourth street, is critically ill at a hospital there. He underwent an emergency operation for a ruptured appendix yesterday morning. Harold C. Marshall, brother o! Mr. Marshall, left early this morning to be at his bedside. FINAL TONITE IPALA Auxiliary Holds Annual Election, Dinner Thursday To Hold Joint Insinuation tfc-niiw. Willi Half Century Club Turn-day MrIiI A clilrken dinner was servod lnl nlplit by the Ladlf Auxiliary of the Half Century club at Mommi' !'-menl on South Main street. Approximately 70 members attended. ! Following the Initiation sen-Ires for two new members the three-quarter century' degree was conferred on the following candidates. Mesdames torn Kiliny, Phoebe Hughes, Josle Klbhy, Aliee Dowser and Eliza Campbell. Mrs. Carrie presented each woman with a beautiful corsage. Election of officers was held with the following elected: past lady sage, Mrs. John Payton; lady sat'i Mrs. Ida Snow: vice lady save, Mrs Maude McDonald; prophet. Mrs. Robert Otilnn; guard Anna Dixon; conductor, Mrs. Frank Michele; ladies, Mesdames Sarah Van Horn, Agnes Bailey, Pleas Kelshelmer. Tom MacNair and Elsie Russell. The total number of active members at the present time is 137. Joint Installation services with the Half Century club will he held at the Odd Fellows hall on South Main street next .Tuesday evening. Program Given at Society Meeting Various Reports (ilven at Meeting By Members of orKiiiilziition Mrs. C, C. Pearce gae an interesting talk on "Stewardship Giving" at a meeting of the Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist church, which was held yesterday afternoon at the . home 6f Mrs. F. T. Kell, BUckman street: Other numbers on the program "are ' as followp: a report by Mrs. Roy Staats on Africa, the study book of the year. Mrs. Corinne Hall several reviews from a book "Dolorous Ventures,"' a record of miBSionarjr socterte for ,tlie jst 66 years, giving an account of what has been accomplished during that time; Mrs. Charles Walker gave a report on "Missibnaries Who Havai Been in Africa for 35 years." One of the missionary workers discussed was a Mr. springer, Biaung uie kind of work ha-has accomplished there in Tegard to the hospital and other Institutions.' . After the reports the 20 members present enjoyed a social time. ':'' REBEKAHS TO HOLD : ' INSTALLATION SERVICES Mrs. Ethel Taylor of Rockville, district deputy president of the Re-bekah Lodge, and her staff, are to be In charge of the local chapter's installation services tonight. Services will be held at the I. O O. F. hall on South Main street and will begin at 7:30 o'clock. At that time all incoming officers are asked to wear white. Miss Mary Ellen Ivy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ivy of north of the city, has resumed ber studies at the St. Mary's of the Woods college, Terre Haute, Miss Ivy spent her holiday vacation at the home of her parents. PCKO' mPtC7VRS Friday Galilee No. 7 White Shrine will hold a stated meeting at the temple on North Seventh street, Tern-Haute, 7:30 P- m. All sojourners are asked to be present. Married Couples Class of the Haptist Church--wlll meet at the home of Dick Jenkins, 1304 South Eighth Blreet. 7:30 p. in. nroulllet Chapter of the D. A. K. will meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Thompson of west of the city, 7:311 p. m. Mrs. 11. M. Ferguson will be 1 lie assistant hostesB. Centenary P. T. A. -will hold a mooting 'at the sehoolhouse, 7 p. m. Hehi kahs 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 Mumming officers are asked to wear white. Monday Wakofe Club will hold a meeting at the B. & P. W. rlulirnums. South Main street. -7:45 p. m. Miss Helen Newport will be hoste-s. Tuesdav Mother's dnh will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. Don Doufh-ty. Bincknnn street, i p. m. Moose lodge to meet at the hall in Klackman Blreet at 7 p. m. Telia Theta Tail sorority will hold a meeting at the B. P. W. clulrooniB, South Main street, 7:45 p. m. Delphians will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. J. F. Adams, Blackman street, 8 p. m. V. c. T. U. Will meet at the home of Mrs. Clarence Wright. Blackmail street, 2:30 p. m. Thursday Eagle lodge to meet at the hall in South Main street at 7 p. m. Former Rockville Resident Married Announcement is made of the marriage of Donald J. Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rose of Rockville, to Miss Lola Wall of Lebanon. The wedding took place Saturday night, Jan. 2, at the home of the bride. Attendants were Miss Edna Mae Powers and Nelson Mandernack of Lebanon. Mr. Rose was graduated from the Tuscola, 111., high school and attended the University of Illinois. At the present time he Is employed as a field engineer for rural electrification work In Indiana at Lebanon, where he and his bride will make their home. SOCIETY ENJOYS MEET The Missionary Society of the Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the church. The meeting was brought to order by Mrs. Frank Rinehart, president. Mrs. Harry Morgan was the leader of the afternoon and the devotional period was in charge of Mrs. John Carnell. The topic for the session ,was "Crowded Churches and Crowded Sunday Schools." Those participating were Mesdames Clarence Holler, John Carnell, Fred Waugh, James Thomson and Owen Osnion. Hostesses were Mrs. James Mc-Keen and Mrs. Ben W. Sollars. 10c FRI.-SAT. 25c Tim & Irene Comedy "The Modern Home" JOHN KING "ACE DRUMMOND" jll'SFflODPil 345 S. Main St. Free Delivery Phone 345 COFFEE JELLO 'F Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, Chase CRACKERS Cherries, Green Gage No. 1 cans . . . Odets Miss Mary Charles, who is . confined to her home in Neheker street with illness, is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and baby daughter of 957 South Third street have moved to 409 Blackmail street to make their home. Beginning of Labor Day The first proclamation authorizing the setting aside of a new holiday to be known as Labor Day was issued by Gov. Lyman U. Humphreys of Kansas, a native Ohioan, says a writer in the Cleveland Plain Dealer. In his proclamation he recommended that Monday, Sept. 1, 1890, be observed in the Prairie state by a suspension of ousiness so-that all who so desired could take part in a public celebration. Ohio's ICarly Pigeon Plague In the early 'CO's, Oliio was in the path of a pigeon plague that (aiised more damage to the farmers than the grasshopper plagues of more rc-rent dnvs in the Wpst. It w-s rolled the "Plague of Millions of Pigeons," and the millions of such birds that settled in the forests and farms were beyond even an e-.timated count. For e;:ampla, rays the Cleveland Plain Dealer, a forest of several hundred acres in Washington county was destroyed by tle pi- geons that tUanKe'Lea ue ure u-ing stout limbs to break of! oi trees and shed roofs to collapse by their sheer weight in numbers. One pi-" goon roost in this :inme county was said to cover a thoie n'd n-ris.4. . Nsw York Once t'ndei Water Three-fourths of Vew York slate, geulogists estimate, was under 'water Vnillions of vears aeo. S AV E From $50 to $300 On a Guaranteed Used Car 1935 Chev. Master Coupe Itns mileage; looks C4.'ft and runs like new. .PV 1936 Ford 1 J -Ton I,oiur lieollia.se, grain iMHly. New Trnik tJunrmitoe . Save .'MKI 1936 Ford J-Ton Pickup N. ear $175 guMrunle 1934 Chevrolet Master 4-door Sedan Heater, radio; in tQl .vkIIciiI ronditlon ..?)'' 1933 Ford Coach 1ow mileage, a reul liny . . $335 15 Fords and Chevrolet 28s '29s '30 $25 up Clinton, Indiana Phone 427 We Never Close COLEMAN AUTO GO. ENTERTAIN (1.111 MEMBERS Miss Lena and Miss Clara Avenat-ti of North Eighth street entertained the members of the A. A. A. club at their homo last night. Contests were played following a short business session. Recipients of the prises wererMrs. Angelo Tur-rhl and Mrs. fieorge Vandevoorde. The next, meeting will be held in two weeks at theMiome of Mrs. Louis (,'ianotti of Anderson street. II. It. CHlli Holds Meet The B. B. club met at the home of Mrs. Agnes Bohinc Wednesday evening for its J regular business meeting. After a short business session bunco was played- with prizes awarded to Mrs. Lucille Marrlnko. high: Mrs. Angeline Forte, bunco, and Mrs. Clementina Cneni. low. Refreshments were served at the close of Hie party. Other members present were Mrs. Angeline Marietta", Mrs. Veda Bohinc. Mrs. Josephine Perona. Mrs. Bessie Ruiiyaii and Mrs. Angeline. who was a guest. Mrs. Bohinc will entertain the cl.ih at its next meeting. AI'XIMAKV HOLDS MKKTINO During the meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary held last night at the Legion home on South Third street plans were discussed In regard to the state conference, which will be held at Indianapolis, Jan. 2 and 21. Mrs. Anna Mackiq,. presidi nt, and Mrs. Leland Reid, secretary, of the local organization will attend the meeting. Tne Root of Excellence Self-renunciation is the root of excellence. n 11 u II l v f" -Plus - - Vitaphone Act J f- News Comedy Funny Bones in Action! fel LEAF LETTUCE c,:sp ib 10c SWEET POTATOES .y. 4h-19- ORANGES Texas Dot 19 CAUUFLOWER Eaci.19. 2 11c No. 2 cans. .3 for 25c Pleezing Large Size Excell 2-Ib. Box Plums, Monarch, - K .2 for 35c b. 19c Tender Shoulder M7c lb-10c Center Cut Tender, Juicy No Bone Short Rib Fresh Ground lb ib.23c Cream u. 19 ib. 1 7ac Swift's 5 Etfihgib (amiiiMi mmm MATCHING WITS WITH THE Swiss Steak Chuck Roast iiuncDuinDi ni A FOUR-FISTED ENTERTAINMENT SOCK I POT ROAST BOILING BEEF 2 7KvhlDETl u n u l ' i Sf.X 11 Come and Get Your h5 e 1 xt GROUND BEEF rfOUMtflEEK V rX ESItUN FEATUKE f"3- 4 SMOKED PiCNICS FRANKFURTERS SUN. SHIRLEY TEMPLE, As You Like Her, in "STOWAWAY" with Robert Young, Alice Faye, Gene PalleUe MON. TUES.