The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 12, 1937 · Page 4
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Tuesday, January 12, 1937
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Tuesday, January 12, 1937 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana PAGE FOUR Wakofe Club Holds Election of Officers Miss Clara Klllott was elorte:i CLINTON SOCIAL SOCIAL CALENDAR Parke Homemakers Qub at Gilfoy Home The newly organized Home Economics Club of south Florida Township met at the home of Mrs. Winnie Gilfoy In Lyford on Wednesday afternoon. The meeting was opened with group singing led by Mary Cronkhlte. AfCr the singing, the members repeated the club creed In iini Kin. Old and new business was discussed. Mrs. rharlcs Griffin gave a report 'ALMA MATER ia' fij lite Par Seller in firt Style A typical Kaynee product featured in Esquire. Roomy in cut of finest fabric and with Kaynee's exclusive patented advantages that mean longer wear. Popular button-down collar and choice of three stnk-ing color combi- mn nations. Sizes up I OU to u Rosenblatt's Dr. G. R. McGUIRE Chiropractor X-ray Serrlca. Palmer Graduate. 2351 BtackniaB Street DR. B. H. SELLERS DENTIST 249 South Main StrMt. 1 Clinton, Indiana Regular aise ... 30c Double quantity 50c Jii "i ' T president of the Wakofe cluh nt its meeting held last night In the llusi ness and Professional Women's chilirooms. South Main street. Miss Helen Newport was hostess for the evening. Other of fliers eleeted for the nex six months term were vleepresidenl. Miss Newport; secretary. Miss Mar-Jnrie Tompkins; treasurer, M'-s Louise Costella. and reporter. Mis Florence Alter. Outgoing: officers were president. Miss Mlllhent Holt:-vleepresidenl, Miss Iconise Rohert son; secretary. Miss Auer; treasurer. Miss Irma Avenaltl. and reporter. Miss Elliott. Mrs. Nell Hoyt of Detroit, a former mem-her of the cluh, who Is vis-.111:1 relatives here in Clinton, attended the meeting last night. William Cri'filhs, who Is confined to Ms home in South Third street with Illness, is improving. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Tom Priest of Ninth Klurth street are IV- I'M'ecs of j I'Hhy hoy horn at t'je Iinm-1 Sunila., The Infant has not yet heen named. Thousands of people wait fr tlii nniml sale of KVTIA KWK1.K t.lHiK VKI.M'M printed stationery. I.'uring Jaiiiiarv only you ran huy It V TUX KkTKI.K KIH.K VKI.M'M wtat ioner' fn double (lie usual qnan flty . . . 1O0 sliert and KM envelopes ... printed with your Monogram or N'ame and Address for only SI.OO. Two . . . laittn ft sliels or smart dolilile jdleels. Kee samples at The Kaily lintoni:tn office. adv. j Just a few drops... and you breathe easily againl Va-tro-nol clears clogging mucus, reduces swollen membranesbrings welcome relief. P. T. A. Meeting Held at Fairview Approximately 30 members and friends attended the Fairview I'ar-ent-Teacher association held last light at the Bclioolhouse. The program connlRted of the following n u m hers : Bevern 1 rea d i tins by Dorothy Kathryn Foncannon; a talk on "How to Stay YonntE' by Hev. H. II. Wagner, and several nuiKical selections by William McMillan. During the business session held plans wen discussed for 1he members to sponsor a show at Hill Crest Community Center Jan. 2. At (hat time the entertainment will be fur nished by members of the WTZ radio station at Tuscola. 111. The next meeting will be held during February with the committee composed of Mrs. Minda Walt0 Mrs. Irene Baldwin and Mrs. J. Thomas. Installation of D. of A. Officers Last Night Miss Helen Brazukas was Installed as Councilor of the Daughters of America lodge at a meeting last night at the hall in South Main ft i eet . M rs. Ch arles St u rgeon past councilor was the installing officer. Other officers are Mrs. Grace Sf) Hires, associate councilor; Mrs Blanche Foster, junior past councilor; Mrs. John Eads. associate junior past councilor; Mrs. Nancy Thomas, vice councilor; Mrs. Harold Faulds. associate vice-councilor; Anna Madden, conductor; Edith Kelsheimer, warden; Mary Calf. Inside sentinel; Ruby Norton, outside sentinel; Mrs. Grace Rife, treasurer; Mrs. Perley Jackson, recording secretary; Mrs. Harry Elegy, financial secretary; Mrs. Prank Rohner, assistant financial secretary; and Miss Ina Hill, Mrs. Squires and Mrs. Anna Dixon, trustees. Meting Postponed The meeting of the Welcome clasp of the Christian church, which was to have been held this evening at the home of Miss Margaret Early-wine, North Water street, has been postponed for a week. Miss Shirley Earles will be In barge of the lesKon and Mrs. Ruth Peroiia. the entertainment. from the districts Smyrna and Sam Greece, the to- NOTES Hi-Tri Circle Holds Interesting Meeting A meeting of the Hi-Tri Circle of the Christian church was held last night at the home of Miss Myrtle Irene Payne on Elm street. She wat assisted by her sister. Miss Evalyn. The devotional period was In charge of Miss Inei Harden. The subject of the program was "Negroes In Africa." Miss Frances Kl-llott gave an interesting talk on "Harem-Srarem Harems." which gave a picture of the married life of the Africans. A ploy entitled the "African Trail" was read by Mrs. Dow Mitchell and Miss Evalyn Payne, depicting the Influence the witch doctor has on the natives. During the business session a discussion was held on the Penney art fund and also for the services for next Sunday night, which will he under the auspices of the women of the church. Plans were discussed to make a poster for the World Fellowship meet, a meeting of all circles and societies. During the meeting three new members. Miss Shirley Earles. Mrs. Everett Lyday and-Mrs. Ruth pero-na, were taken Into the club. After a htiBinef.s session contests were enjoyed with prizes awarded to Mrs. Lyday and Mrs. Harry Shannon, formerly Miss Ethel Provence, a guest, , The next meeting will he belli February S at the home of Miss Inez Harden with Miss Nnrell Pickel 'he assistant hostess. Attend Inauguration Among Clinton people who attended the inauguration services at Indianapolis for M. Clifford Townsend yesterday were Mrs. Henry King, Matt Scott, Mrs. Dollie Wiltermood. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Nolan, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swinehart and Mrs. Wll-liurn Houston. Mrs. Mary Stith end sons of South Main street have moved to the home of Mrs. Stith's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Tonolosek of North Twelfth street. Aromatic tobaccos of Xanthi, Ca valla, soun in Turkey and w MijSisiiiu 1( v',52S2Si,' - '. i Shower Civen in Honor of Recent Bride Last Night Mi. Mart In Ijinconr Enlertaliw With Hhower for Mj-. Ted Blur-lynskl, Formerly Frunre. MrDonald Mr. Mnrtla tannine of South Fourth street deliKhtfully entertained with a miscellaneous shower last night in honor of her sister, Mrs. Ted Stuciynskl. formerly Miss Frances McDonald. Bunco furnished the entertainment of the erenlng with prlies awarded to Miss Grace McDonald. Mrs. Mahel Glasson and Mrs. Raymond FolU. The guests were MeBdames Evan Rader, Don DouRhty. Frank Kamm. Victor Tasso, John Guerrl, Tony Ave. Zigmont Stuezynski, O. P. Middleton. C. C. Manship, Agnes Bailey. Ann Rohner and Maude McDonald, and the Misses Lenora Amatl, Carolyn Alfler, Christina Scullion, Rose Helegda, Marie FolU. Virginia Blanford and Elisabeth Bodnar. The honor guest received a number of useful Rifts. Dad's Night Observed ' Last Night at P. T. A. Meet Held at School Dad's night was observed last night at a meeting of the Crompton Hill Parent-Teacher Association, which was held at the schoolhouse. At that time the' meeting was brought to order by Mrs. Odel) Archer, president of the organiza tlon, toy the members singing the P.-T. A. national song. Followini! the men were in charge of the meeting. . The following program was loyed during the evening: several musical selections by the W. P. A orchestra; a talk by George Mac- Nalr. which was very Interestlns. on "First Aid and Safety"; two tap dances by Doral Lee Daniels, and a aolo "That Silver Haired Daddy of Mine," by Ruby Sewell. Hubert Call was in charge of the program. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting to approximately 125 members and friends. At the conclusion of the program 1 business session was held at which time the attendance banner was awarded to the pupils of Room 1 It waB also decided that the members will sponsor a show in the tiear future, the exact date to be announced later. The committee In charge nf next meeting 1b composed of Mrs John Raster, chairman, and the Mesdames Elizabeth James. Jyiiey Smith, William Cherry, Ella Smith Roy Butts. Harrw Guinn, Maggie Delp and J. Thomas. Mrs. Henry Heat on Entertains Club The third meeting of the Friendly Circle Home Economics club ol Parke County met Tuesday, January 5, at the home of Mrs. Henry Heaton. The roll call was answered by suggesting names lor the club. The name of "Friendly Circle Home Economics club" was voted ub the club name. The report of the secretary was read. "Home, Sweet Home" was sung by the group. MiBS Lorene Hicks, home demonstration agent, gave a very Instructive and interesting lesson, "Dyeing Rug MaterialB." Mrs. Effle Surber gave the lesson on hooked and crocheted rugs. Dainty refreshments were served- by the Jiostess to 24 members and two guests. The host-esB also gave each guest a gift The next meeting will he held Feb. 2 at the home of Mrs. Florence Yow-ell with Mrs. Ruth Huxforri as assistant Hostess. NICHOI S F.I F.rTF.n TO PRESIDENT. OF COUNCIL Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nichols of Blackman street received word this morning that their son, George G. Ni'-hols. a member of the Delta Tau Delta Fraternity of the University of Pennsylvania, was elected president of the lnter-fraternity council at its meeting last night. Nichols, Bince hlB entrance to the university, has served as president of his class and at the present time is office manager of the Daily Pennsylvania Paper. ATTEND MF.ETING Herscbel Cheek, H. M. Caldwell. J. C. Hayslett and Paul Fletcher attended a meeting of the Exchange club of Terre Haute at the Hotel Dealing there today. for the program committee and the j hosteHK'-s for the year were named. I The ett nsion lesson on hooked runs , was presented by Miss Lorene Hicks, home demonstration agent. 1 The recreation jm riod was In charge of Mrs. Itigcs and consisted of In-tt resting contests. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Nurn-berger on February 3. Mrs. Milbrey Wolfe will be the assistant hoHtss. LODCE TO CONDUCT SERVICES THURSDAY liiHtallauoii sei'Vif-cf! will he ron-diH-i-d Thursday nirht by th", nu m-bt is of the Royal N iehbor lode t their hall on j-Clm street over Dough ley's store. At that time Mn;. lit hi Snyder of Frank fort, state super visor, and M rs. Georgia Wallace o Terre Haute, district deputy, will be present. The meeting will begin at 7 p. m. Eueh member is uv'.id to bri u sandwiches for refresh m'ni. wlii-J will be served at th close of th meeting. Marriage Licenses NKWI'ORT, Jan. 1 2 The following marriage licenses have heen issued hy Clerk E. K. Rhoades: Cha: ley Avenattf, 20. Scottlaud, 111., and Maxine Cook. IS. Clinton; James A Hrown, 2, Paris, 111., and Helen Stewart. 22. Perrysville; William li Morion, 25; Perrysville, and Esthei Tolty. 25, Perrysville; Iester Mack. 53. Danville, III.: and Olive Harrett. S. Crossville. III. without taste or odor. r Tuesday 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 cluhrooma. South Main street, 7:45 p. m. Delphians will hold a meu'.lne at the home of Mrs. J. F. Adams, Blackman Btreet, 8 p. m. American Legion Auxiliary bunco party -mill be held at the Legion home. South Third street, 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Bridge Club will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. J. W. Reeder, South Fourth street, 8 p. m Group B of the Young Women's Sodality of the Sacred Heart Church will meet at the home of Adeline Valentine of North Ninth street, 7:30 p. in. Gamma Gamma Sigma sorority will hold a meeting at h? home ol Mrs. Harry Dowdy. 74 Walnut street, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Wednesday Embroidery club- will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. S. C. Stultz. Bla kman street 2:30 p. m. Wednesday Bridge club will meet at the home ol Mrs. Larry. Na- tien on Walnut street, 2 p. m. Pastime Club will meet at the home of Mrs. William Lawson. Rotth Eighth street, 8 p. m. A. B. C. Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Charles Straw on Walnut street. 7:30 p. m. White Heather Circle will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. John Spence. 816 South Sixth street, 7:30 p.m. Past Nobles Grand will hold a meeting at 7:30 p. m. at the I. O. O. F. Hall on South Main street. Thursday Eagle lodge to meet at the hall In South Maiu street at 7 p. m. Ladies Bible Class of the Christian Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Guy Southard, South Seventh street, 2:30 p. m. Hostesses for the occasion are Mrs. John Foster, Mrs. E. J. Hays and Mrs. Coen Robertson. Golden Hour class of the Falem Methodist church will meet at the home of Mrs. Ray Hamineraley of north of the city, 7 p, m. This meeting is for all families of the members. North section of the Furnishing society of the Methodist church will hold a 1 o'clock covered diBh luncheon at the home of Mrs. F. T Kell, Blackman street. Assistant hostesses will he Mesdames Tom Kibhy. C. W. Ashley, Martha Singleton, Clark Smith, O. P. Middleton aid Charles Walker. The meat dish will be furnished by the committee Job's Daughters will hold regular meeting at the hall, South Main street, 7:30 p. m. Central Section of the Furnishing Society of the Methodist Church will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. D. C. Shaff. South Fifth street. 2:30 p. m. AsBistant hostesses are Mrs. Harold Mack and Mrs. H. N. Simmons. Mrs. Roy Stultz will give a book review "Time Out of Mind," by Rachel Field. South Section of Furnishing Society of the Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Robert James on Whitcomh avenue. Friday Happy Hour club will hold meeting at the home of Mrs. Jitmw:-Weir, South Filth str-net, 2 p. in. Modern Martha cIuhs of tin-1 Methodist church -will hold regular meeting at the home of Mrs. T. H Taylor, South Keveiiih ptiHet, at ' p. in. liiHteud of 7 : .'Ml. t he itsna time. At tiiiit time iiiHtallution uerv iren will be held for the newly-elected officerH. Kiich member in asked to hriiif? two luiiidker'lii''fK Saturday Caledonian Hoi-iety their i'ami-lieB and friends will observe Ruber Burns' anniversary at liie Odd Fellows hall, Twelve Points, Terre Haute. A supper will be served ; 7 p. in. and eai-h person in asked I furnish his own table service. A scotch program and dance will b-enjoyed. This is to be an hivtta tional affair. HOSPITAL NEWS William Houston of Fouth Fourtt Btreet, Who has been a patient at the Methodist hospital at Indianapolis for several weeks, was removed to his home yesterday. liiiiia aSti IsfSlBS1 I ':;s 'v i ... ':. :.::,':':: '.Si a t ";- . a: j ::.;,:;;:: iiiiiMs jbtoi';& mm$ mm ' '.',..' - J i mm baccos of richest aroma . . . blended with Mild ripe home-grown tobaccos Bright tobacco from the Carolinas, Georgia and Virginia; Burley tobacco from Kentucky and Tennessee; and tobacco from southern Maryland . . and rolled in izm - Champagne Ggarette paper of the finest quality. This paper, specially made for Chesterfield cigarettes, is pure and burns For the good things smoking can give you.. &ycif CstctC&ls CuprrifUt 1937, LiGctTT & Myol, Tobacco Co.

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