The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 14, 1937 · Page 3
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Thursday, January 14, 1937
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t; PAGE THREE The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Thursday, January 14, 1937 Cop Delivers Radio Baby Meaning of Name "Alcaxar The word "Alcazar" is from the Arabic al (the) and qasr (palace) and the term is applied in Spam to a fortified palace built in a square around a courtyard. Monastery 1,000 Years Old Situated between three great mountain peaks, stands the famous monastery of St. Bernard. Founded almost l.Oliu years ugo by St. Bernard of Menthan, it is a solemn shrine of nobility und antiquity. Within its sacred walls travelers lind rest anil comfort. CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES Past Nobles Grand I SOCIAL CALENDAR ught a Cold ? !Ca Sorority Elects Officers for Year Hold Business Meet Pmiriceii members of Ihe Past To help end n sooner, rub throat and chest with i -x : f A. fin 'tk M - ' v 1 Mis liwrnle Picks, ITetililcnl of Nor-orll for Knulng Year Miles of Waterways There are 12. mill miles of navi-I'.'.lile waterways in tin b.isin ol the Vungt-! Kiiinit unci Ms tributary luers. m Southern t'lm.a. The entile liliMil is in i cs ;il)le limn the Thursday TONK1HT I'nslline Cluh-wlll hold a meeting al Ihe home of Mrs. William Uiwaon, Houlh Klglith alreet, 8 p. in. Moose ,dg to ineel al the hull In Illat'kman slreet at 1 p. m. MelhodlHt Choir -will meet al the DR, B. H. SELLERS DENTIST 249 J South Main Street (Hilton, Indiana t Nobles Urand met In regular session last night at the I. O. O. K. Hull on South Main street. AHnr a short business session htinco was played at three tables. Prises for Ihe evening were awarded lo Mrs. John Chsrles, high; Mrs. Agnes Mai kle, bunco, and Mrs. Hurry Moore, low. Refreshments were served al the rinse of the meeting. The next meeting will be held al the hall February 10. Mrs. Louis Marietta President of Club Do Not Speak Same Language "A ol peace has niuie wisdom tli. in a v.-ll s'.aned li;!liting i i k," saul Hi llo. tl e sane of Chinatown, "but. unlxi tuiinloly, they do not n-rak the same language." church, 7 p. m. KukIh lodge- lo meet at Ihe hall In South Main slreet at 7 p. ni. (iolilen Hour class of the ssulcn .lethoillst church will meet al ; home of Mrs. Kay Hanmieraley Miss lleMle Ulcks "as le- president of the Gamma (lamina Hlnma Hororlly Tuesday evening; at the annual election of offlcera. OlhHr officers elected for the ensu-Iiik year ware vice-president, Mra. Mi'da Wright; secretary and treasurer, Mra. Harry Dowdy and reporter Mrs. Rachel Boiartb. The meeting as held at the home of Mra. Dowdy on Walnut street. During the busine&a Besslon plans were completed for the anniversary dinner, which will be held at the home of Mrs. JVhn Swickard on South Third street Tuesday, January 26. Following the business session "AnnagramB" furnished the enter- f norlh of Ihe city, 7 p. m. This i la fnr all families of the niemherB. inh'n DaiiEhters will hold regu- ,. moBiiiie hi the hall. South Main and baby, John, both of whom are doing nicely. street, 7:30 p. m. Pooahantas Lodge will hold At the conclusion of another year Ihe members of the Mother's club held Its annual election of officers Tuesday afternoon at a meeting, which was held at the home of Mrs. Giyi MOT'S 1 ' 1 iin nt the hall on South Main HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs Elizabeth Simp "'H. a h''-' trept, 7:30 p. m. MKKTINO OF BOY W ol 1 S KOSTI-ONrl. rNTIli MN- i.inm.nt Prizes were awarded to at tlie Vermillion county binpiiai. was removed to her home on Nehe- i Friday Bridge Club will meet at her street recently. Il-r condition is satisfactory. Miss Dicks, high, and Mrs. Paul Crumley, low. - Mrs. Larry;Nation - Hostess for Chili the , home of Mrs. Harry Cunningham, Friday, Universal P. T. A. will meet at the schooihouse at 7 p. m. Instead of 7:30, the usual time. Miss Annabel! The meeting of the lloy Scouts "f Clinton, which was to have hem held this evening at 7 p. m. at the Clinton Hotel, 1ms been postponed n account of the dedication services for the new. gymnasium. The date set for the next meeting Is January 27. which will b- held at Ihe Clinton Hotel. miss, i.kmstiu i:nti:i:tains Four tables of bridge were played Hunter is general chairman of the nrorfram. Program committee com Don Doughty, Blackman street. 'Mrs. Louis Marietta is the newly elected president and Mrs. Tony Ave, secretary and treasurer. GueBts of the club were Mrs. Ad-one Gregory and Mrs. Vern Axtell. Following the business meeting bunco furnlBhed the diversion of entertainment with high score prize awarded to Mrs. Ave; bunco, Mrs. Merritt Hartman; travel, Mrs. Tony Marietta, and low, Mrs. Walter Jones. ' M Mrs. Raymond Gllfoy will entertain Ihe club In two weeks. Miscellaneous Shower Held for Recent Bride Dr. Paul II. Cnsi-hcer of South Fourth street was removed to his home yesterday from tin- Tnion hospital, Terre Haute, where he was n patient lor several days. He is getting along fine. He expects to resume his duties at his office the first of next week. posed of Mrs. Helen Foltz and Mrs. Kale Luceralll; refreshnent com mittee, Mrs. Effie Spurr. Mrs. Joe Granger and Mib. Elizabeth iros- key. Happy Hour club will hold Walter Shannon, of Sandytown. was admitted to the Vermillion county hospital this morning. meeting at the home of Mrs. JameB Weir. South Fifth street, 2 p. m. Modern Martha class of the Methodist church will hold regular meeting at the home of Mrs. T. R. at a meeting or me iuie n.: at the home of Mrs. Louis L.-nistra on Illackman street last night. Guests of the club were Mrs. II. C. Huffman. Mis. Brynn Anderson and Mrs. J. W. Iteeder. Prizes for the evening were awarded to Mrs. Tom Lewis, high; Mrs. Anderson, guest, and Mrs. Guy Harrison, travel. The next meeting will be held in two weeks at the home of Mrs. Walter M. Leeds, Blackman street. Miss Julia Pohl of Blackman Tnvinr South Seventh street, at 7 Leicester Howard, who was admin, d to the Vermillion county I'.nf pitnl yesterday, was r. moved to his home in South Fifth street today. Mrs. John ('anthers, of Newport who lias been a patient at the local hospital, wis released this morning. Frank Writ-lit. of I'niversal. is a Mrs. Larry Nation of Walnut street was hoBtess for1 the meetln of the Wednesday Bridge club at her home yesterday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. George Eastwood and Mrs. Jack Horney. Bridge was played with high score prize awarded to Mrs. Marvin Houston, and low, Mrs. Dow Mitchell, for club members, Mrs. Eastwood received high fpr guest, and Mrs. Horney, low. The next meeting will be held In two eekB at the home of ' Mrs. Raymond Folti on South Main street. Circle Completes Plans For Anniversary Jan. 22 Final plans were completed for the Robert Burns Anniversary at a meeting of the White Heather Circle, which was held at the home of Mrs. John Spence, South Sixth street, last night. ..i.-- The anniversary will be observed here by the local organization January 22 at the Moose Hall on Blackman street. Surprise Birthday Party i Blreet entertained with a miscellaneous shower last evening In honor of Mrs, Nick Karanovich, formerly Miss Vlasta Paloncy before her recent marriage. Guests attending were Mesdames Tony Marietta, Wayne Jensen, Don Doughty and Dom Costella and the Misses Esther Rohner, Mary and Josephine Murdock, Stella Marko-wlcz, Grace O'Rourke and Rosemary Mrs. Harriet R. Pierce of Craw GAY SHIRTS . . . FOR DULL DAYS When Old Sol gets miserly with his cheery rays. . . wear one of our handsome new Arrow Shirts. We have them in the season's smartest patterns and colors. Quiet, conservative ones. . .or bright, colorful ones th;-.t will make Mr. Sol green with envy! All our Arrow & Enro SSirts are Mitoga designed cut to (it your body. Sanforized Shrunk, a new shirt free if one ever shrinks. i. m. Instead of 7:30. the usual 'Imo. At that time Installation serv-ces will be held for the newly-elected officers. Each member is asked to bring two handkerchiefs. Saturday Home Guards of the Methodist Church will meet at the home of Sally Haln, Fifth and Walnut ilreets, 2:30 p. m, Caledonian society their fami fordsville is visiting friends in Clinton today. While here she will attend the dedication services of the a. gymnasium to be held this evening. ' : patient at the Vermillion' county hosp.ial. Melt Lamhirt. who is a patient at the local hospital with an infected l and. Is improving. Davey. Bridge was played at lies and friends will observe Robert tables with high score Burns' anniversary at the Odd Fel- awarded to Misa Pohl; Miss three prize Mary most Later Faith Brings Harmony Faitli makes the discords of the present the harmony of the future. Inwa hall. Twelve Points, Terre Murdock for making the ff 4 e and ff 1 "1' games and Mrs. Costella low. Come on lu the selection's fine. to the these gifts were presented Haute. A supper will be served at 7 p. m. and each person is asked to furnish his own table service. A scotch program and dance will be Chow, China's Canine cmel I , ial ional Event! . . . RYTF.X Chows are national canines of ,,,.(,KU4 ,;i;E VIOL I.I'M printel China. They are an institution and 8la,i()I.,.y ... ,i,,i,1h the usual their history in that country dates . Kh,.,.s ami mo lienor guest. i 1, Paci.3l Mtnlnripq The lion- , OSENBLATT'S envelopes of this fine Deckle Edge enloyed. This is to be an tional affair. uan ocvtiM. ....- i.u honH the snnintv. but keen eyes, erect ears and magnificent Mrs. Karanovich was presented a large mirror and many other useful gifts. i A. B. C. Club Holds Regular Business Meet paper . . . printed with your Monogram or Name and Address for $1.1)0 . . . January only! on sale at The Daily Olinloniaii office. adv. Monday standoff coat ot rca o.- ram tu, all tend to make the Chow an t imnressive aocearins (1 i - Woman's club annual guest day will be observed at the home of Mrs. L D. White, South Main street, 2 p. m. Tuesdav The regular business meeting of Ihe A. B. C. club was held last night at the home of Mrs. Charles Straw on Walnut street. Nine members ere present. A short business session was held A surprise birthday party was given Tuesday evening In honor of MIbs Vera Guglielmetti at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Guglielmetti of Blanford. The occasion was her 19th birthday anniversary. i Guests attending were Miss Judy. Judy Devyak and Al Faller of Chicago, Sam Nedimovieh of West Virginia, Mildred Devyak. Wayne Grimm, Mary Devyak, all of Blanford, and Jake Pash of Pittsburgh, Pa. ! Refreshments were served during the evening after which dancing was enjoyed. - 'I The Honor guest received many Welcome Class of the Christian Church will hold a meeting at the home of Miss Margaret Earlywine. North Water slreet, 7:30 p. m. Miss Bhlrley Earles will give Ihe lesson and Mrs. Ruth Perona is in charge of the entertainment. Loyal Hearts Class of the Chris-, tlan Church will hold annual dinner and election of officers. Dinner will be Berved at IJie church at (1:30 p. m.. From there Ihe members will go to the home of Miss beautiful gifts. . ATTEND FUNERAL OF PETER ROONEY TUES j Ruth and Miss Madeline Harrison, South Main street. Mr ..i.) Mm Hnrrv R Iw ....... V. ,.t tnain nttnnHnft Ihfl funeral Lodges Vermillion Chapter, 125, R. A. ifler which bunco was enjoyed. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Albert Henderson, high and travel; Mrs. Straw, bunco, and Mrs. F. M. Hart-man, low. January 27 is Ihe date scheduled for the next meeting to be held at the home of Mrs, Henderson, Soulh Fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. Champion Anderson and daughters, Wanda and Mary, of near Trinity, were dinner guests last evening of Mr. Anderson's mother, Vlrs. F.dna Anderson of Mulberry street. '" SPIB Mrs. Mury Butcher and son, aikle. of South Seventh slreet have relumed lo their home after visiting relatives and friends In Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mc-Carly, who have been living on West Elm street, have moved lo Ihe Doughty apartments, Mr. and Mrs. J. L Homey will attend a dinner bridge tonight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Scott In Terre Haute. '?) M will hold a culled meeting of Peter Rooney at Hume, III., Tues-' day. ' Mr. Rooney will be well remembered by many friends In this vicinity as be was reared In Edgar County on the Clinton-Paris road. He is tomorrow at 7:30. The Western Indiana association will confer Ihe most excellent master degree. KNTK.KTAIXN 11,111 Mrs. Charles Walker of Illack man street entertained the members of her bridge club TueBday at her home. Three tables of bridge were played with high score prize award ed to Mrs. J. L. Hayek, and low. Mrs. B. C. Huffman. Mrs. Bvron Anderson of Soulh Third street will entertain the club in two weeks at her home. Mrs. Will Berry of South Third survived by five children, Aubrey of Detroit and a ton and three daughters now living In Edgar county, several grandchildren and one great-grandchild; a sister, Mrs. William Grady, and a brother, Martin Rooney or Paris. Funeral services were held at the Catholic church at Hume with burial at Paris. Mr. Rooney was a relative of Mrs. Ivy. : i LOCAL WOMEN TO ATTEND CONVENTION IN APRIL Tri Kappa Sorority held its regular business meeting last night at the home of Mrs. C. M. White on South Main street. During the business meeting Mrs. Mark Lyday wa appointed as delegate to attend the sta'te convention, which will be held at Indianapolis in April. Mrs. White will be the alternate. street is confined to her home with jySttnJ I Lvalues Tp t'zz Only 45c DOWN 50C per Month! "t.tT'L?' 1 bn,!;rd"X These handsome sight-saving lamps are Mantlarj. opl I oerhci rijtlitcij j.d.,,,. huwi i pre.ron hp- now a Breater value tnaD ever. 1 bey are im- n J rubber Pins. HndiM " 6 l; f"pdbS5?- . ' proved in appearance ... shorter standards ; '"'u"lZ"o" 0nlf $4.95 and new type shades give a more graceful w appearance. They are improved in design Onr5.?5 J tZ. Dew features of construction in the , j 1 diffusing bowl make for greater strength I I O" aD more g'are protection. And the terms ! . I . are only 45 cents down ... 50 cents a ! ' I rhl-i l tttt imp lot IS : . . , . . , I ll dcik work, r.d,n month. Pick out the models you oeeu al I , or jIudyinR and If1 I .hndb i our salesroom.. Illl harmotmc wicb r J M ibe totu borne, I gsg) n''Ss NORTHERN INDIANA POWER COMPANY ah ibtst lamp! hear Ibt appmal lag of tbt UlMminalmt Eriiiuemiig Je. Loet'rit. ,....,....,.. . , - ' . . ..- - . -- 7 illness. HELP 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES Ts Fluli out Ackii and OtW Poisonous Wut , vour kidncva eoDttia 1 - Mile or Mrs. Scott, mother of Mrs. Albert Henderson of South Fourth street, who recently underwent an operation at the Union hospital. Terre Haute, is now able to be out. FARMER BOY A of the beit known oN, iNE if 1 i'.i La I Dr. ft. wrong your uuncy- " 7" in . .-.i riA or nauona your blooa Mrs. Harry Cjnningham of bad as her dinner guests Wed whm dua to fuiictiooiJ kuinay ctiootu atKinay uim-. ' r: A. "Tl, ... ol naaiina backacna, rneu- V! Fibres of Buffalo, N. Y.. who ws boru on fr.n ia P. Dr Pirn' Kavoiite frrMcriptian h for nrly 10 yri been liriping women who hve brtdatie md bikt ht -inn i - rt it h functional nesday Mrs. Olin Mclintire of Indi .. ...l., .u.llir1. DU array, felt'11 w )"- r-' . anapolis, Mrs, Martha Cunningham. ik'urbances, and olitei omeu eiprn-enre Ut By !Kim:. apprtita U, i ionic hell to upmi.ld ih Vdy. Buy of your cUum ULs- tt4utd " Mrs. Fred Mackel and daughter Miss Irma, and Mrs. Ed Cunning ham.

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