The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 13, 1937 · Page 3
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January 13, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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1 PAGE THREE The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Wednesday, January 13, 1937 "Death Valley Scotty" Sued CLINTON SOCIAL SOCIAL CALENDAR T- W - i A " jtti I'atmiKil llliinhiil,(l Arm .-tiniKtphnt- Mrs. Waiter E. Scott Filing suit for separate maintenance. Mrs Walter E Scott set forth hercomintPen,erel in Los Angeles court against her famo.is husband "Death Vallev Scotty". that they were married in Cinan-rati in 1900 In this International Illustrated News Sounuphoto S Scott is look.ng at a picture of her much-publimed husband ,7 i ailmakers' "Honner' The term "hopper," referring to hills presented in the house of representatives, is more or less figurative. There is a small tray where members may drop the bills which they have introduced. These areat once removed by the bill e'erk. The members may, if they desire, send the bills directly to the bill clerk instead of placing them on the tray, which is n mere formality. Helps Prevent Many Colds Esper ially designed aid for nose and upper throat, where most colds start "Xk Rgulo- Sue 30t 'oVy7 DoubLQuaoMv 50 VlCKS VATRONOL urn I VlCKS l! 1 1 V tho-holUL -TiTf Ill MO PARTY HKI-H Four tables of bunco were played nt the weekly bunco parly of Ihe American Legion Auxiliary bunco party held lust night. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Gerald Martin, high; Mrs. Lee Black, bunco; Mrs. Ai'tonette Basso, travel, and Mrs. Noah Durhene, low. Another party will ho held next Tuesday evening ut 7:. HI o'clock. SOI tOH IT V MKKTH Twenty members of Ihe Delta Theta Tau Sorority met last night In the BuslnesB and Professional Women's Clubrooins. South Main street, for their regular meeting. Plans were made to hold a party In the near future. Mrs. Neil Hoyt of Detroit was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Wright ot North Fifth street plan to leave ih'i first of next week for Florida, where they will stay for an indefinite time. Joe Wostatek, who has ben visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wostatek. of South Third street, returned to Charleroi, Penn.. where he is employed, Monday evening. HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Margaret Walraven. of Walnut street, was admitted to the Vermillion County hospital Sunday for medical observation. Arvnd .lenks. who underwent an operation at the local hospital several days ago, is getting along satisfactorily. Leicester Howard, who was injured In an accident several weeks ago. was admitted to the local hospital this morning. Mrs. June Wolfe, of St. Bernice. Is getting along satisfactorily Retarding to reports from the Vermillion County hospital today. WPA RECREATION DEPARTMENT NEWS The local WPA weight lifting team, under the supervision of K-n neth Allen, challenges any team of amateur standing to a match. Members of the team are William Wake, mil Williams. I'M Mcl'arty. Ernest Jones. Charles Soehren, and William Fennglio. The classes meet every WedneB day and Friday evening ut 6 p. m. In the Recreational center at Columbia school. City and county basketball leagues are being organized by the WPA recreation department, and all teams wishing to join are asked to communicate with Dale Purcell al ihe Recreation officii in Soulh Main street. A special invitalion is extended to members of last year's league. Classes in model airplane building are held at the Columbia Kecre-alion Center every Wednesday and Friday from 5:Hfl until S p. m. with (lerald Paglerio as instructor. The clasc.es are open to the public, and up lo dale rapid progress has been made. Illuminated Manuscripts Illuminated manuscripts are manuscripts decorated with figures and letters in color and in gold. The Castor Oil Plant The technical Latin name for the castor oil plant is "Ricinus Communis." Nero Last nf Cesars Nero was the last of the Ciiesars ant 'as the mystic anti-Christ of the primitive Christian tradition. NOTES Book Review Given At Delphian Meet A book review entitled "Cone WMh the Wind" hy Margaret Mitchell was well given by Mrs. Dave Salmond and Mrs. F. T. Kell at a meeting of thn Delphlans held last nlnhl al Ihe home of Mrs. J. F. Adams, Illackman street. Twelve members attended the mrtellng. Din lug the business period plans were discussed In regard to an open meeting, which will be held In the near future. Mrs. Arthur Tomhaugh of Blackmail street will entertain the organization at her home In two weeks. W. C. T. U. Holds Meeting Tuesday Twenty-two members and guests of tjie W. C. T. U. attended a meeting held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clarence Wright on Illackman street. Mrs. Stacey was the assistant hostess. Mrs, R. M. Stwalley. president, nrenidnd at (he meeting. Mrs. C. C. Penrce was in charge of the devotional period. Outing the business session Mfsa Sara Hownlng read a paper on "Women in Congress." Following, vocal solos were-sung by Mi's. Arthur Tomhaugh and Mrs. Stacey, "ho bad as their accompanist Mfss nn Sharp. Utile' K1 tan June Wright Hang two vocal solos. ' . February ft is. the date scheduled for the next meeting, which will be held ut the home of Mrs. Kffle .1. Harrison. Mis. Mahlo Church will bo the assistant hostess. iOii'riigcitient Aiiouiiccfl Mi's. William Starlha of North Eleventh street wishes to announce the engagement of her daughter. Miss Ann, to Tom Vietti, son of Mike Vietti. The exact date of the wedding Is not. known, although it will 'probably he held in the near future. Mrs. Clara Beard of Vine street resumed her duties at White's Pharmacy after being confined to her home for the past several weeks. Mrs. Beard underwent a major operation at the Vermillion County hospital" recently. Miss Mary Charles of Nebeker srleet. who has been confined to her home with illness for several davs. f now able to be out. PRinr.'K CI I H HAS MKET The Tupsday Bridge Club met last night at the home of Mrs. J. W. Header on South Fourth street. Mrs. Carl I'lrlch received the high score prize and Mrs. Max Johnson, low. The next meeting will be held in two weeks at the borne of Mrs. J. F. Swayne, South Fifth street. ' jf. F. Elliott, who has been III at tlw home of hfs sou, Ernest Elliott and Mrs. KIMnft of Vine street, is in a serious condition. BRIIMVK CM B MKKTH The Monday BHdgp club mt Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. U. (i. Wright on North Fifth Htreet. Guesls were Miss Bessie Van Duyn, Miss Jessie A. Roblson and Mrs. Cottrell of Atherton. Bridge was played at three tables with high score prize awarded to Mrs. George Sarver, high, and Mrs. W. D. Gerrish, low. Mrs. Ora Curtis of Blackman street will entertain the club at Us next meeting in two weeks. Elaine Says John's Joa!ou;v Vvib Not Ruin Her Stage Career, Plans To Appear in San Francisco Soon Hon." Miss Barric intimated that living in a but beside a spouting volciuu would be peaceful indeed compared with her brief married life Willi Harry more. "He's very telnpernn ntal, and acts all over (he place, day and niKllt." she said. "Ho is a great and fine actor, but there are limes when anyone wants a litllo peace and quiet in the house." Ha 1;! fuie 11: ' Backbone rock, oi:c nf ti.'j n1"... striking natural forrnntijeir in "ii'li eastern America, is a stone uri;! o! Erwin quartzite, sixty - seven fee-' high and only sixteen feet thick, which extends for 656 feet across the narrow volley between Holston mountain and Iron mountain, two ranges that run parallel for thirty miles. These ranges are joined by a connecting ridge known as Cross mountain I. illicit '.t One of the common expr of a Dolitiral c;mr:ii"n H M Hi or that candidate oec'ipu'.l "t h e limelight." As an old c::irer-smn it serves, but from a scientific point "1 view it no longer tells a true story. Limelight was produced in theaters by directing an nxyhyd-eren H;r"C on a cylinder of lime. Electric hulbs of various sizes and power a:ul of every conceivable color tn'.e the place of the old limeli".ht a; d a can didate can bask in a b'ae m-ny times as powerful as was possil !c some years ae:o without lune having anything to do with the i'.lurnien Hon A National Kvent! . . . UYTEX IHOCKI.U BUCK VKWiUM printed stationery . . . double tho usual quuiitily . . . lni shoots and 100 envelopes of Ihls fine Deckle Edge paper . . . printed witli your Mono-uriim or Namo and Address for $1.00 . . . January only! On sale at Ihe Dally Clintonian officu. adv. Give the new baby a great big hand. Ni w's the time to eroo'J side of the v h lr: it's still in th feet on the New Year cradle. et.iifiimv with 1937 vhil. n n milk dirt. Then when w: up. you'll be living on :ik honey. s 1 "tier. At can't afford these prices to look as lost your last friend ui easy to look as hodn't an enemy in you I. A v cnd'-iful collection of C a' and OvcrcoaU Rosenblatt's 25c $4.00, two $4.50 Beauty Shop Main Street Clinton, Ind. iel Your I'ei iii.iiu nl A flick ofaffnr... A (ouch of a too... TO SHIFTI TO STOP! TO COI Clinton, Indiana ill J Surprise Birthday Party for Jean Kae A iirprlBB birthday parly was clv- n Monday night by Mm. Agnes Mao lit her home on South Fourth streot jhi honor of the 14th birthday annl-jvoraary of hor daughter, Joan. She jwH asalstod by Mlaa Anna Jane blnuaton. ' - I Cum on and contests furnished I ho diversion of entertainment during Ilia evoning and refreshments wore knrvod. Guests ere Martha While, eoriieann Slover, Virginia Show, loan Hltt, Elizabeth Manship, Bul ly Joan Pyle, J,ucllle StulU, Mary Louise Paquette, Lucille Chupln, Margaret Thorburn, .Louise Jeffries, at Swayne and Helen Rae. The evening waB spent socially. Memorial Services Conducted Tuesday, i Memorial services were held yes-erday afternoon by the Fort Harri son chapter of the D. A. It. at Terre Haute for Miss Mary Alice Varren, who was the Southern dl- Sector of that chapter and the , Iroulllet Chapter of Clinton, which Jvus organized August 8, 1927. Mrs. Ora Doyle, the only incmher of Clinton who attendrd, read tin' rlbute from (he local organization ind Mrs. lone Gilbert represented he Terre Haute chapter. I The committee who passed on thp 'esolutions committee of the Brouil- ett Chapter was composed of Mrs. frioyle, Mrs. Mark Neheker and Mrs. b. C. Schaff, M iss Adeline Valente Entertains Sodality Croun B of the Young Women's Sodality of the Sacred Heart church Inet in regular session last night at the home of Miss Adeline Valente in North Ninth street. Guests were Mrs. Louis Gianotti, itrs. Charles M. Walker. Mrs. Wil-iam Morton and the Misses Norma Sasso, Margaret Clnotto, Frieda rrigo and Nora Boscardine. Refreshments were served at one ong table, beautifully lighted with apers; The guests Were directed to their places by small place cards at- ! ached to streamers from the cen-er of the table, which had small dolls attached. i Following the refreshments bunco was played at four tables with jiigh score prize given to Miss I.e- fora Amati; low, Miss Victor (ila-oletto, and Reno Sasso, travel, for the club m-embers. Mrs. Glanotto teceived the low score prize for uests and Miss Norma Sasso, high. I Club Holds Regular j Business Meeting Miss Melisahelle Ralston was hostesB for the meeting of the Minnehaha club at the hall on South Main street last night. Eighteen members attended. After a short business Bession bunco was played at four tables with prizes awarded to Mrs. Lucy Nevlns. high; Mrs. Grace Squires, bunco; Mrs. Walter Burnsido, travel, and Mrs. Carl James, low. Mrs. Henry King received the club prize. The next meeting will be held In two weeks at the hall. Club Enjoys Luncheon A 1 o'clock luncheon was enloyed yesterday aflernooi by the members of the Tuesday Lunrheon linage rluh t the home of Mrs. II M. Ferguson on South Fifth street. Mis Conine Sarver was guest of the I uh. Afier the luncheon bridge was played at two Utiles with the minimis of the prlira being Mrs. Kar her. high, and Miss Jessie A. Itold-on. low. The next meting will he held at be home of Mrs. R. M. Pentreath km Black man street in two weeks. Mrs. Olin Mclnllre of Indianapolis s a guest this weqk at the home of ber mother. Mrs.' Martha Cunnlng- biam of South Foucth street, and sis ter, Mrs. Fred Mackel. Dinner guests Tuesday at' the borne of Mrs. Ed Cunningham of South Seventh street were Mrs. Olin Mclntyre, Mrs. Fred Mackel and daughter. Miss Irma, and Mrs. Mar tha Cunningham.. . - Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Williams were in Indianapolis Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Martin of Chi cago are visiting relatives and friends in Clinton for the -aext two weeks. PEEMAHENTS Hi in;' a I i lend an. I Mime llie Klffei I'licc Wednesday Pastime dub- will meet at the 1 10 of Mrs. William l,awson. Houth Klghth street, 8 p. m. A. H C. Club -will meet at the home of Mis. Charles Straw on Walnut si rent, 7:30 p. m. ' Wblto llonlhnr Circle will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. John Spenio, 810 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. Hull on South Main street. Til Kappa Sorority will meet al the home of Mrs. C. M. White on South Main street, 8 p. m. Thursday Karcle lodge to meet at the hall in South Main street at 7 p. m. l-udies Bible Class of the Chris-tan Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Guy Southard, South Seventh street, 2:30 p. m. Hostesses for I lie occasion are Mrs. John Foster, Mis. E. J. Hays and Mrs. Coen Robertson. Golden Hour class of the Salem Methodist church will meet at the home of Mrs. Ray Hammersley of north or thn city. 7 p. m. This meeting is for all families of the members. North section nf the Furnishing society of the Methodist church-will hold a 1 o'clock covered dish '':"he"n at the home of Mrs. F. T. Kcll. Illackman street. Assistant. I'os'osses will be Mesdames Tom Kihby. C. W. Ashley. Martha Singleton. Clark Smith, O. P. Middleton and diaries Walker. The meat dish will he furnished hy the committee. lob's Daughters will hold -reKU-lr meeting at the hall. South Main street. 7:30 p. m. f'entral Section of the Furnishing Fmietv of the Methodist. Church-will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. n. C. Shaff. Soulh Fifth street. 2:30 n. m. Assistant 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 Whitcomb avenue. Pocahantas Lodge will hold a meeting at the hall on South Main street, 7:30 p. m. Friday Happy Hour club will hold i meeting at trie home of Mrs. James Weir, South Fifth street, 2 p. m. Modern Martha class of the Mctli-odlst church will hold regular meeting at the home of Mrs. T. R. Taylor, South Seventh street, at 7 p. m. instead of 7:. 10. the usual time. At that time installation services will be held for the newly-elected officers. Each member is asked to bring two handkerchiefs. Saturday Caledonian society their families and friends will observe Robert Burns' anniversary at the Odd Fellows hall. Twelve Points. Terre Haute. A supper will be served a' 7 p. m. and each person is asked to furnish his own table service. A scotch program and dance will be enjoyed. This is to be an invitational affair. Monday Woman's club annual guest day il1 h olisfrvpd a th home of Mr. !. r. Whll. South Main street, 2 p. in. Tuesd av Welcome ('In Hi of the Christian Church -will hold a meeting at the borne of Miss Margaret Farlywlue. North Water street. 7::in p. m. MIhh Shirley Karles will give the lesson and Mrs. Ruth Peroua Is In charge of Ihe entertainment. Loyal llearla Class of the christian Church will hold annual dinner and election of officers. Dinner will be served at Ihe church at 6:30 p. m.. From there the members will go to the home of Miss Ruth and Miss Madeline Harrison. South Main street. While Star flub Meets Mrs. Henry Gilfoy of Blackmail street entertained tbe member of the White Star club at her home Monday evening. Miss I,enna Anderson was a guest of the club. Bunco furnished the entertainment with high score prize awarded to Mrs. Martha Reese; bunco, Mrs. John Gilmore, and low, Mrs. Joe Shftw. Refreshments were served following. The next meeting will be announced at a later date. SI. SO I $2.50 53.50 Two for $2.00 ! Two for $3.00 Two for $4.00 Finger Wave, dried . . Machineless Wave .' Modern Way b ri-o 110 350 South Now Is the Time lo Hudson and terr-vplane Jcairrs everywhere iuvite you to try the magically easy new way to drive with Hudson's new Selective Automatic Shift. No need to pull a gear lever or pu-.h a clutch pedal ... yet nothing new to learn. TRY THIS iV, NOTICE! Tuesday and Wednesday Will Be The LAST NIGHTS For The Butter-Krust Shows Due To A Ruling By The INDIANA THEATRE OWNERS ASSOCIATION Miller's Service Garage I i 5 Elm Street

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