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PAGE THREE The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Saturday, January 9, 1937 JONESTOWN U, B. AID IN MEETING CLINTON SOCIAL CHURCH NEWS FIRNT SI'IRITI ALIST CHI Rt H We will open our service Sunday at t p. m. at our place, S26 North Eighth street. Rev. Bowman will he at the fhurch at 12 o'clock. SOCIAL CALENDAR FIRST PITrsBYTFRMN HI It' ll H. C, Chapin. minister. "It Is cur Ct'rls'isn dutv to lie nvfui. The world will linen for "i,r nnr today." 9 r, a. m. Bible rchndl . 10:4! a. m Mnrnln' wor'bln-baptism snd reception of memlieis; vmni.rl"n ,Tv'ce. with eoinniu-.,'on ,rtltatlnn, !$ n m -r.-'Hi. "'""" ti": leirtr"-. P.'l'i'fnla O'Pntr". . ,....-r t,-r.""k'r f'HFRf'H n.0 ft .- ttn''"l'lf"- S"Me,-t mem- nd i of . )'e '.'e""; leide" P"' th chorus choir; the quar-vill sing. tette RCH " w B'flhon. pastor. rn..id wom tw in know your 11 ie iio'tpvt f o mm? to ymir n oir rpw rhntpr hv rhar-(o- etitfiv of flip Rlii. tipglnniniT t,,i(h tb honk . of OpiiPFis. . This rtH- I st 9-45 a, m. II p. m. Mnrnfmr worship; sub-prt. 'Thnrh fncrpsgp." P n. m B Y. P. V. tor all you Hp r 'nip 7 n, p'. Fvpnip PVfpiffatif rviv Ruhipct , "TJp T'niqup Prayer pip ine each Wednesday pvpninK nt 7 n. m. HIM, CREST COMMI MTV CEYTER rT'abeth Pfander. superintendent. 1 a. m. -Sunday school. 2 p. m. Junior Christian En-Hivir: tonic. "Total Abstinence-'V-nt Is Alcohol?" fi n. m. Intermediate Christian Kndeavor: tonic. "The Bible Dif- rent From Other Books." fi n. m. Young People's Chris-n Endeavor: topic. "Resisting Vicious and D shonest Advertising"; leader, Robert Mattscy. 7:30 p. m.--Eveuing worship rervlce; sermon by Rev. H. C. Cha-nin; friends juud nelghliors are in-vit' d o come ana worship with us. Next Sunday morning. Jan. 17. at 10:30 we will have with us Mrs.' Virgin.'a Ballou of Terre Haute, who Dr. G. R. McGUIRE Chiropractor T-ray 8ervic. Palmer Crssluata, 2SS1 Blarkmaa Street in All Typ s will speak on "The Whitman-Spaul-ding Expedition to the Northwest." Mrs. Ballou will appear in the costume of Narclssa Whitmau and bring her message In the first person. This is the Whltman-Siauldiug centennial year. FIRST I HHISTIAX I HI RCH H. H. Wagner, pastor. M::ki a. m. Bible school; Henry Wellman. sdult superintendent ; Mrs. Dow Mitchell, ssslstallt super-ilil. lident; C. M Poor, general' au-iel inleiiileiit ; 15-ilere orchestra llll-iUr the direction ot Irwin Johnson; classes for alt. In: IT, a m. Worship; subject of .i muni, "Seeing the invisible." Nil evening service. l Ji smi- A. Kiiicsuli of Mlllber-.-.ne'-i returned to her home last t alter spending several weeks lilt ulli. Minn., as the guest of hi v-m and friends. B, H. SELLERS DENTIST ? 19$ South Main Street (iJtifon, India d WANTED Hides Iron Rags Metal and Paper Highest Prices Paid A. Dumes Water Street of Dancing COOPER D a nee KarsnovEch ,a FUNERAL ff HOME f I in tsu' AJ 24-Hour FREE ) Ambulance I ll Service ma I pnone 1 165 ' 532 S. 4th St. Mrs. 'Velmn Is Hosess for 8 Members of Society cn Thursday JONESTOWN, Jan. The I.'. B. Mil sorl'tv met at the home of Mrs. 'lavls Wellmsn Thursday afternoon. Cighl members were present. Rev ind Mrs. Luswell attended s '.adles Aid and missionary meeting t H llsdnle Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James I'rlre called in Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burgess and lr. end M's. Frunian Brown of -'nrrl-w Mondnv evening. Mr. aid Mrs. Claude Mlddlehrook nd son. Edward, and Mrs. Phoebe '"nes cf Hillrdale visited Mr. and "t.s. Clarence Gibbons Friday. Je e Grigs and Arthur Greeg -ent to Clinton Saturday. Miss Mary Gorlline of Terre Haute snent Sunday evening with nor'"thy Mae Miller. Rev. and Mrs. Lasweil and Vera and Velma spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Omer Osborne and f.imlly. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Buf sn1 family hav returned home from a short visit with Mrs. Bugg's rela-ives in 81. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Cannon and son. Morris, and Mrs. Frank Richards "nd daughter of Terre Haute spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ed McCown. Mrs. Iess Osborne snd family spent Tuesday evening with Mrs. Wilson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed M.Cown visited Addison Foltz, who is seriously ill, on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Brownie Wilson went to Newport Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dorfmeyer and family attended the basketball name Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Taylor and son. Cbarles, of Hosedale visited Mr. and Mrs. Dow Cleghorn Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crowder Trom Rockville v.sited Mr. and Mrs. John Snodgrass and family Sunday. Opal McCown and Mrs. Ed Mc- Jown attended the funeral of Pete Connor at Terre Haute Monday. Mr. and Mis. James Myers have retumed from a few days visit with their daughter. Mrs. Huby Meiron uf Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kreig have returned to their rooms at Mr. and .rfrs. James Myers' rooming house after a ten-day visit in Crete, III. grandson. Hilly Joe Hamlin, visited Mrs. Martha Short of near Kockville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams visited Mrs. Rebecca Kelly of Coxviile Sunday.' Mrs. Henry Cummiugs' nephews William. Howard and Oi"ar Walters from near Brazil visited Mrs. Cum-mings Saturday. Mrs. Ethel Wiiding and son, Rtts-"11 and M'sses Naoma and Mary Wilding visited Mr. and Mrs. "harles Wilding and daughter. Aler--II June. Sunday evening. Instruction CI asses in NITA S c h o o Classes for 1937 dancing. best I Mrs. Wilson Listens Mrs. Woodrow Wilson Here is an excellent picture of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, widow of the late president, taken as she sat In tile gallery of the house listening to the address of President Roosevelt. LYFORD FROMTHE HAIL Mis. Sarah Osborne Confined at Daughter's Home, Seriously 111 Lvford, Jan. 9 Mrs. Sarah Os borne is seriously ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harve Bugh- Mr. and Mis. ton visited Mr. Joe Carter i' 'Hi and Mrs., Bugher Saturday. Everett Johnson visited Mrs. Bugher and Mrs. Osborne Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haltom and childreu Anna Mae and Richard visited Mr. and Mrs. Bugher Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. WiHJam Crowder and children Owen, Sandy and Phyllis spent New Year's itb Mr. and Mrs. Carl Abernathy ef Coxville. Mrs. Edith Beritan, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. William Price, returned to her home In Pomona, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lohse and children, Marjory, Joe, Billy and Dorothy, visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kelshelmer of north of Ly-ford Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Adams and sons. Chester, Morris and David, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilding and daughter. Meiril June. Mr. and Mrs, Evan Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Earl 'lamlin and son, Billy Joe. and Miss Mary Owens visited -Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams New Ys'r ' Mrs. Edmond Owens and sons. Icihnny and Tommy, of Clinton visited Mrs. Leo Green Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoffman of Cory visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hoffman Thursday. Mrs. Alice Nolan, Harry Helt and Mrs. Lnla Spiimen went to Indianapolis last Saturday, Mrs. Nolan remained to visit her daughters, Neva Payne and Daisy Black. Mrs. Edward Jones and daughter. Joan, visited Mrs. Nolan Wednesday afternoon. Mr. nd Mrs. Uiuls GlIFoy of Rockville. spent the weekend with Mr. Gilfoy's mother. Mrs. Wiiinli Gilfoy. Miss Laura Walker of soutl of Lyford and David Walker of Ne braska were the guests of Mrs. Winnie Gilfoy Thursday. Mrs. E. T. Horner visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wright Sunday. Mrs. Albert Kemp of Fairview called on tbe Wrights Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. lames Simpson vlBited the Wrights Thursday. ' "jJSJ Grover Laney Sr. of near Tent-Haute visited Mrs. Ethel Wilding Thursday. Mrs. William Cliver of Mecca. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rocih visited Mr. and Mrs. Oather Haltom and children. John. Joy aud Evelyn, Sun-lay evening. Mr, and Mrs. John Haltom and children. Margaret, Geraldine. Rosella and Billy Joe, visited Oather Haltom Sunday. Mrs. Kate Tan Lieu. Miss T. E. Van Lieu, and Frank Van Lieu visited Mr. snd Mrs. John Crowder and and son. Emjerson, Sunday. Mrs. A. P. Hamilton returned Thursday night from Indianapolis, where her niece. Mrs. Lola Plaster, underwent a major operation. Mrs. Clyde Patterson and son. Louie, of Terre Haute, and Mr. and Mrs. Lorin Wright and daughter. Gay Lee, of Universal spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Adams and ; ; A d y rv ( r Whs NOTES Kathryn Carten to Cive Book Review At Terre Haute Mrs. Outej Will Give B Review I (he Terre Haute How " WediiewtMy, January 18; Public Affair Mrs. Kathryn Turney Oarten of Indianapolis, a well known person In the social circles of Clinton and Terre Haute, will give a book review, "Inside Europe" by John nunther. at 8 p. m. Wednesday. Jan. 13, in the Mayflower ballroom of the Terre Haute House at Terre Haute. This review, a public affair, Is being given under the auspices of the Choir Guild of St. Stephen's Episcopal church. Mr. Gunther,' author, has been in Europe for the past 11 years and during, that time has worked iu practically every country In Europe and tbe near east. His book explains the Inner workings of the political turmoil Id Europe and M be-;ng read by people all over the world. Pythian Circle Meets at Van Horn Home Friday Seven members of the Pythian Circle and four guests. Miss Thelm.' Morris, Mrs. Dan Tate. Mrs. David James and Mrs. Fame Eberwine attended a meeting held at the home of Mrs. Sarah Van Horn, South Fifth street, yesterday afternoon. After a short business Besslon lot to was enjoyed with the recipient.' of tbe prizes being Mrs. Eberwine guest. Mrs. Agnes Maekie. Mrs. Angus Stevenson and Mrs. Mattie Johnson. January 21 Is the date for the next meeting, which will be held a' the home of Mrs. Robert Anderson on South Main street. ... r A .1. Othrfrt QT AuX''rV. Hlf Century Club to Meet Sun. Afternoon Sunday at 2 p. m all officers ol Hie Half Century Auxiliary and Half Century club are to meet a' Hi" odd Fellows hall on South Main st r-et. Mrs. FrPd Marshall is the newly elected ncrlbe of th' auxiliary an' Mrs. T. L. McDonald, exchequer The name of these two women were omitted from the story of the instal- lation service In Frlday's paper. After the Installation services Thurs day night beautiful corsages were presented to the officers by Mrs. Carrie Leeds, Outing Club Hold Meet Mrs. Chsrles Walker delightfully entertained the members of the Outing club at her home on Blackman street yesterday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. G. R. McGuire and Mrs Guy Brlggs. Three tables of bridge were played with liigh score prize awarJ d to Mrs. Cecil Harrison, and gues' Mrs. Briggs. In two weeks the club will hold another meeting at the home of Mrs Tom Griffiths. South Third street HALF MOON Ll'B MKETS Mrs. Danty Bizny and Miss Lena Vereelli Biiry entertained the members of tbe Half Moon club Thursday evening at its regular business meeting. During the business session the members decided to have mystery pals for the ensuing year. Bunco furnished the .entertainment of tbe evening. Prlr.es were awar.led to Mrs. Marl Beneltl. high; Mrs. Angellne Marietta, bunco, and Mrs. Annette Verrolio, low. Lyle Vernon Marshall of Detroit, who is In a critical condition at r hospliul there following an emergency operation for a ruptured appendix, remains in about tbe saini . olid It ion. Mrs. Msry Stlth of South Main 'r-et is confined to her home with the flu. .l..''n Marfalk of South Fourth 'Ireet has returned to his home aft-' v'alting several days at the home f his daughters in New York and 'lis son In Chlcsgo, Mr. snd Mrs. Leon Woody of Crawfordsville were guests yester-lsv of Mr. and Mrs. David Lawson "f South Sixth street. Mrs. Elmer Hlxon of Elm street s confined to her home with Illness. Mrs. Nell Hoyt of Detroit is a guest at tbe home of her father, G. B. Wood of South Third street. Lodge Conducts Services for New Officers of Year tru. Kthel Taylor, Ml iM-pu., I'rcldcut, awl W " fhame Of HUIIMun H.TvlK'11 Installation services ' ' lucted last niKht by the district dep uty president, Mm. Kthel Taylor of fctorkville. and her staff for the newly elected officer of ' IletieUah l-odKB, NO. 182 t he I. K. iull ou South Main street. Oilier friembers of her staff were marshal. Jtfrs. William Hall: warden, Mra. ferle Mater; chaplain, Jennie Test-InK; secretary, Mollie Craflon: treasurer, Pearl Shonkwiler; Inner tuard, Anna Kulwlder; outer ruard. fiose Stevenson and mualrian. Geneva Alklre. Other membera of the pockvllle lodge attending were E Grafton and Clarice Blarke. Services were conducted for the ollowlng officers: noble grand. fAre. William Hillhouse; vice grand, Irtra. Janet Scott; warden, Misa t ai-fie Peer; conductor, Lydla Mclaughlin; recording secretary. Mrs. parry Moore; financial aecretary. JUrs, D. J. 'James; treasurer. Mrs William R. Brown: chaplain, Mrs. parab Van Horn; right supporter o hoble grand, Mrs. Agnes MacV'e: pft supporter to Boble grand, Mrs. Kngus Stevenson; inside guardian jvlrs. Pleas Kelshelmer; outsid- r uardian, Mrs. Dan Tate; ngnt sup- porter to vice grana. Mrs. Vern Ben- fiett; left supporter to vice grand. Mrs. Tom Kjbby; musician. Mls.i tuta Barker and trustee for a three! srear term, Mrs. John Charles. i Outgoing officer's were, noble grand, Mrs. Nora Wilson; vice grand! Mrs. Hillhouse; warden. Mrs. . w r, i)l.tl Bcott; conauctor, mra. rame i II,,,- recording secretary. Miss Peer; ! flnancial aecretary. Mrs. James: , treasurer, Mrs. Moore; chaplain, ; Mrs. Charles; right supporter to no- hie emnd. Mrs. W. J. Curry: left . kupporter to noble grand, Mrs femma Hutton; r inside guardian. tyri. Brown; outside guardian. Anna Stewart; and riglit supporter to vice grand, Mrs. Stevenson. Mrs. Cla:a Gllmore and Mary Mailer, 'past presiienfaf the Rebekah Assembly of Indiana, gave Inter- f sting talks during the evening. Following the business session refreshments were servved to 75 per sons. ack Trisler Weds Miss Helen Clark Former Clinton Girl Mamea ai Greenfield Tuesday, Jan. 5. Mr. and Mrs. William Clark of Indianapolis, formerly of Clinton and Fairview, wish to announce the anarriaee of their daughter, Miss jrlelen. to Jack Trisler, son of Mr. nd Mrs. B. H. Trisler of 4608 East Tenth. Indianapolis. The marriage took place at Greenfield Jan. 5, 1S37, by Justice pf the Peace Kltzpatrlck. ) Mrs. Trisler was graduated from the Clinton high school with the tlass of '34. For the past 18 months ahe has been employed as a beauty operator at Indianapolis. Mr. Trisler is employed with City Pood, Inc. The young couple will make their pome at the present time with the groom's parents. The bride is a niece cf Mr. and Charles Cartwrlgbt of 1102 South Third street, Clinton. Book Review Given At Circle Meeting A book review, "Gone With the Wind" by Margaret (Mitchell was given by Mrs. Dave 8almond and Mrs. FV T. Kell at a meeting of the Friday Literary Circle, which was theld In the assembly room of the Public Library yesterday afternoon. Guests were Ms. Ben Sims, Mrs. Jessie Douglas, Mrs. Etta Frist and Miss Zoe Sharp. PARKE COUNTY TEACHERS HOLD INSTITUTE MEETING The Parke County Teachers Insti lute was held today at the Rockvllle kiigh school. At that time two ad dresses were given by Judge Fred r. Bale, a former juvenile court Judge of Ohio. Rer. E. M. Woodard f Bloomlngdale gave a devotional alk. Music for the meeting was fur ished by the Union Township high ichool orchestra and a play was pre sented by the Parent-Teacher I Monday Wakofe Club will hold meeting at the B. a P: W. clubroom. South Main street. 7:45 p. m. Miss Helen Newport will be hostess. Hl-Trl Circle will hold a meeting at the borne of Miss Myrtle Irene Payne, Elm street, 8 p. m- MIhb Rvelyn Payne will be the assistant hostess. An executive meeting will be held at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Mother's club will bold s meeting at the home of Mrs. Don Dough-'y. Binckmsn street, t p. m. Moose lodge to meet at the hall in Blackman street at 7 p. m. Delta Theta Tau sorority will hold a meeting at the B. A P. W. 'Inbroonis, 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. W. C. T. V. will meet at the home of Mrs. Clarence Wright Blackmail street, 2:30 p. m. Thursday Eagle lodge to meet at tbe hall in South Main street at 7 p. m. Interesting Reports Civen at Club Meet Mis. William Vast bilid.-r, IVesldcm iH Club, Kslends Hi-r Greetings For the.Kew Year at 1ub ' ' Meetilla; , Mrs. William. Vastbinder, presl- dent of tbe Current Event and Art club, opened the meeting yesterday afternoon by reading a poem and extending her New Year's greetings t.. II.a mmliArB tit thp Clllb. IB her talk she stressed the Importance of striving to reach higher goals for the ensuing year. This session was held at the home of Mrs. Albert lider on South Third street. iiiirinff the business session plans wore discussed to hold an institute in the near-future. Following, a report was given by. Miss Lenore Mer-; riman that the scrapbooks the members had made during the past year had tieen delivered to the Rockvllle Sanitarium as Christmas presents. She also gave an Interesting report "The Whirl-a-gig of Life," by ri'Henrv in the absence of Mrs.! Lena Talbott of Terre Haute, who' was unable to attend. Mrs. Vastbinder gave a talk on "Lovinr-Wlfe" by Carolyn Miller in an interesting manner after which Current Events were thoroughly discussed by each member. Tbe club will hold Its next meet-'ng In two weeks at the home of Mrs. Roy Butts on Crompton Hill. rmjillet Chapter Of D.A.R. Holds Meeting Friday Niqhf The home of Mra. Paul Thompson of west of the city was the scene of meeting of Brouillet chapter of he D. A. R. last evening. Mrs. H. M. Ferguson was the assistant hostess. During the business period a committee was appointed to pass on a resolution concerning the death of Miss Mary Alice Warren of Terre Haute. Miss Wsrren was the central director and organizer of the local chapter. The committee is composed of Mrs. Ora Doyle, chairman, Mrs. Mark Nebeker and Mrs. D. C. Shaff. Plans were made for scvernl of the members to attend a national congress at Washington. D. C during April. Delegates to tbe congress will be Mrs, I'na Lapworth. regent, and Mrs. W. D. Gerrlsb. vice regent. Alternate delegates are Mra. Nebeker and Mra. Ferguson. Mr. Ralph Campbell, a new member, was taken into the club last night. Talks were given by Mrs. Gerrlsb on "Thrift" and Mrs. Archie Spears on "The Flag." Mrs. Ora Doyle gave an interesting report on "National Defense." Miss Rose Johnson gave tbe principal paper of tbe evening, having as her subject "The Approved Schools of the D. A. R." Following. Mrs. Winnie Gilfoy asked the mem-tiers to have their box to send to Ellis Island ready for the next meeting. During the session plans were made to hold a union meeting with the American Legion Auxiliary and the Woman's Relief Corps In February in observance of George Washington's birthday. Mrs. Claude Newton was a guest. are now forming in lap. ballroom and acrobatic Individual instruction under experienced instiuctors assures results. Ours is a long and successful record. Clinton Tuesdays and Saturdays Studio in Basement of Morgan Drug Store LEONARD of t h Mr. Business Man Inventory Time is "Printing Time!" At thi time, when you review the old and get set for the new, give a thought to your Fruiting Need . . . Perhap your upply of statements, billheads, stationery, checks or order forms is running low . . . Whatever you need in the printing line for 1936, let VermUlion County's only union printing establishment serve you! Our Service Department will be more than happy to design and submit for your approval a new letterhead, blotter, office form or whatever you need that new type, and a new design, might improve. There' no obligation or no charge for thi layout service. But don't wait until you need a "rush job"; check your printing need NOW and (tart the New Year with a fresh supply of modern printed form! CHECK THIS LIST For Your Printing Needs Letterhead Order Blanks Envelope Shipping Tags Statements Business Cards Billheads Filing Cards Blotter Circulars Shipping Label Bank Check Booklets Ticket Window Card Handbills Post Cards Circular Letter Potters Office Form THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Only Union Printing Establishment in Vermillion and Parke Counties

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