The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 15, 1937 · Page 3
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January 15, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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PAGE THREE The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Friday, January 15, 1937 MIIIllii.iWii,.lllIMWW CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES Uethodist Church BORDENS 1 6c "The Nation Milk" 3 Large Cans MAZOLA$l-25 SOCIAL CALENDAR Societies Held Regular Sessions Friday Mrs. Pete Cuerri Honor Cuest At Shower Thursday MImiIImiicoiim Shower III Home of Mrs. .loll 11 fiuenl, Holllll H I Mi Kire Cooking and Salad Oil Plum Wn- IHwIumiI to llnlil It"'"' m a I; m r m w-b k 1 rwrrw ItiuK" Halit mill Annual IHiiihi In Nrnr Fuluri- Mifllnn "f HnrMUn Hi'lll Vinlivilny SMI-raiSOTIAT- The Ihrfe FiirnlshliiK Roil'i!. nf le MolhoiltHl clnirili hi'M llich- p'ti- Mrs. I'eln (luerrl. formerly Miss Elizabeth Wilson prior to her recent marriage, was honor guest at a miscellaneous shower given lust evening by her sister-in-law. Mrs. John Cuerri, at her home on Houth Fifth st reet. t s m jlur liuslnr'ss bpbsIoii at tln-lr P'-niri-llve plures Thursiluy fli-rmwiii. TOM(HT Friday UrUlge flub will meet at the home of Mrs. Hurry t'uiiiiliiK-limn. Friday, I'lllY.'Isal I'. T. A. Will meet III Ihn sihoolhoiiKM ut 7 ). in. Instead of 7 ;lil. Ilm Hiuul lime. Miss Annuliell Milliter Ik ItelH'llll ill 11 1 1 III u II of the il-- in 111. 1'IOKI'UIII rillllllllltee ciilll-med of Mis. Helen Foil and Mri. K.ite Lllcllllll: refreBhiellt elllll- inlilee. Mis. F.ffle Simrr. Mrs. Joe (inuiKer and Mrs. Kllznheth Tros-key. Mi. (lei n Mui tb.i class of the Methodist ill mill - Hill hold ivgiilur i.ii.illliK ut Hie home of Mrs. T. K. Taylor, Koiiih Seventh street, at 7 i. in. Instead of 7 : I "I . the usual lime. At Hint lime Installation serv-'ll'S will be held for the newly-elected officers. Kaeh member Is asked to bring two handkerchiefs. ft u X 9 H II El I A 1 o'clock liinclipon was wrvnl j y the niHtnliers of Hip Ninth S"i'-Jon at tlifl home of Mm. K. T. K'OI j Sn rllurkburn strpft. Asslslunt lio'-i I kspb were Mesdumes' Tom Klliliy.j Wurtlia Singleton, C. W. Aslihw. ' f, MldillPton, Clark Kwllli '"' j r j CO-OFERAT.AE 0 Vm- II I .V.,.iJ V V!r. 1 - " iharlps Walker. Hrlilge was played "! three tables ilb prizes awarded to Mis. J. J. Fararo und Miss (ilinna Miller, who tb"ii prevented them to the honor ru st. (lueslB were Mcsdames Curl Johnson. Joe .Meliegbllil, Ellner (luerrl or Centenary. Nora WHson, Nalale Miiz.iiielll, Wllinot Connor, H. A. Moore. Joe Bonarorsl, Mabel (llus-son, und the Misses Elcle Hulslon, Clenna Mlibr. Marie Fields, Mary Marvel. Mary Charles. Anna Mene-rliini, and Hose Muzzarelll. Twenty-eight members anil ihih al- JupbI, Miss Vlrxlnlu Kulmimii T R ndej the meeting;. Kollowlng the liinclifon a liisi- Saturday Jpss session was held nt which time iluns were dlsruBsed to hold a rmii- . .At If V Corner Main and Vine We Deliver ll,,i,io ftiiiinlR of Hie Mi'thudlsl 959 Nortli Ninth Street Phones 745 and 746 fauKe Rale In the near future. Church - will meet at the home of Delicious refreshments were HLr n r Contests furnished the enterl.iiii- served t' the guesis on unnll trays nent with prUes awordid to Mrs lil'lited with varicolored candles. Hie base of the candle being Insert; UB3ES lb. So tta Frist,, Mr. Salmond and Mrs. sihol Shew. The next meetliiK will he held tin .4V IP I'cond Thursday in February. Hot:: raes for the meeting will be Mes-mes Edna Anderson, Jessie Hong 4h, Pete Voto, Charles flrowii, J., I PEACHES Dried 2 lbs. 29c aher and George Knmm. HOMINY 2 No. 2 i Cans Mrs. Roy Rtultz gave an inieie?t 15c 12c ig book review entitled "Time Qui Sully llaln, Fifth and Walnut i t reels, 2 : .'10 p. m, ('aledfinian society - their faml-"i fi ii in) friends will observe Robert Hums' anniversary at Hie Odd Fel-I'w hall. Twelve Points, Terre tin, to, A siiniier w'll he i"r""rt r ft. m. and each perton is nsVed I' fivnts'i his own tiihl" service. " A notch proernin and dnnce will le entoved. This Is to be an Invitational affair. Mondav .fnlV n.-lllflllei-B r- W'll held II -"ncil piei tiiif nt lb" hall on South H.,,-,1 otroot. 7.30 n m Domestic Arts Club will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lemstra, Rlackman street. 7:0 p. m. Woman's club annual guest day -Ml be observed at the home of Mrs. '. D. White. South Main street, 2 p. m. Tuesdav Clinton Township Home Econom if Mind" by Rachel Fields ut a ALL BRAN Ki-ll.iRg's. Pkt? Fancy Blue Rose fleeting of the Central .Section thich was held at the home of Mrs i d In a gum drop with u mint us a In mile. Mrs. Cuerri was presented a beautiful gift from Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Furaco. and a number of other gifts loo numerous to mention from the oilier guests. Services Conducted for Newly Elected Officers Installation services were conducted for the officers of the Ladies Bible class of the Christian church at a meeting held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Guy Southard. South Seventh street. The newly elected officers are president, Mrs. Janet Scott; vicepresident, Mrs. Olenn Bridgeman; secretary, Mrs. .Joe Moore, and treasurer, Mrs Ed Cunningham. Mrs. D. O. Hiatt was In charge of the devotional period. The memorial services were In charge of Mrs. I if I, C. Shaff on South Fifth street 'welve members attended. Assistant hostesses were Mrs No. 2J Cans. SLICED PINEAPPLE 2 Sport Little POUND Marshall Frist and Mrs. H. N. 15c Butter Crackers ' The next meeting will be hel'1 February 11 at the home of Mrs Green Beans leward Lewis on Walnut street. DA Monte No. 2 2 B f i,, f'.lUin:in Calls The South Section met In regit oinm 1 Qr v t Jill It I J . ," ics club wil hold a meeting at the 2 No. 2 Cans. . (ir session at the home of Mrs. Itoh-rt Jumes on Whltcomh avenue with im raw, h n home of Mrs. J. T. Brown on the SSSSS3SSSEL Centenary road, 1:30 p. m. 4 members present. Mrs. Uuvi Welcome Class of the Christian field was in charge of the meeting. Church will hold a meeting at the During the business period plan? in Efile J. Harrison. Mrs. Ben Sims entertained with i I wo vocal solos. Members attending; were the Mescalines Hiatt. Ira Taylor, Hess, Emilia Hullon.i Ralph Khatturk, 2m 7c home of Miss Margaret Earlywine North Water street, 7:30 p. m. Miss Shirley E.'irles will give the Jrere discussed for the annual din her to- be held in March. I Mrs. Tom Lewis on South Fin li Street will be hostess for the next rneeting at her home the second 4. i Moore." J.' L. Hayek, Dan Tate, Scott; Shell Turheyville, Smg, h. H. Wag 29c MINrF IMF. AT ? i j- hursday in February. PEACHES Mission 2- PASTIME CLUB MEETS f. mi - o r vault IllirlCk j?Nn. 2 C'i ins . . . . Members of the Pastime club as lesson and Mrs. Ruth Perona is In charge of the entertainment. Loyal Hearts Class of the Christian Church will hold annual dinner and election of officers. Dinner will be served at the church at 6:30 p. m.. From there the members will go to the home of Mlss Iluth and Miss Madeline Harrison, South Main street. Sunday Dreamland Pleasure Club to hold a party nt the hull on Ninth street fur their families, 7 p. m. . . fcpmbled last night at the home of 4()oz Cans 29C 14 PINEAPPLE JUICE I 12..,. Can, 25C I Pork& Beans 4 oo....:....25c Corned Beef 12- 19c ORANGE JUICE 2 ner. , Elizabeth Ellis. Mccurny ltridgeinan, Cunningham. Hays, tier, Elizabeth Ellis, McCurdy. Harrison and Miss Lucy Marshall. During the businebs session names for mystery pals for t lie coming year were drawn. Assistant hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Hess, Mrs. Hays and Mi-b. Foster. . Jackie Carli is recuperating nicely at the home of his aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. John Vaiente, due in the illness of his mother, Mrs. Louis M. Card of Whltcomb avenue, who has been confined to her home with illness for the east two weeks. Jackie recently underwent an operation at a hospital in Terre Haute. Additional Social on Page 6 M atches Jflfs. William Lawson, South Seventh street, for their regular husl- (' ess meeting. After a short business session (Junco was enjoyed. Prizes were .warded to Mrs, Bob Uarbee, hiiih; Mrs. Charles Satterlee, bunco; Mrs. 0ob Paine, travel, and Mrs. John jayton, low. i The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Pay ton on North jtreet in two weeks. ! . J Miss Mabel Mills of South Main lreet is confined to her home with "" , ! L.iuil 1 ...... Max Wiggins and Eugene Davis fcave moved to 4 2214 South Main treet to make their home. ' I ... I Mrs. J. B. Stine of South Main Jtreet, who has been confined to her fcouie with illness for several days, s now able to be up. Pp&ee 1 7c CAKE SiOP 22 oz. Itty PAH Anniversary Observed The 40th wedding anlversary nf Mr. and Mrs. Alden Hedges of Universal was celebrated recently wlifn several relatives and friends gathered at their home. finest s were their " sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. Itnscoe Hedges and son. Willium. and M and Mrs. Sam Hedges. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Mii.vii.in! Hedges, Mr. and Mrs. (lumpy Folia. Miss Munilu McDonald, llev. Ida Cunningham and Mrs. Martha Monies. if'i i.foi aiiL- Flour I ii.i'e Pai.lc.iRe B. k'nt; Powder 1 Yunil Can . . . . SWANSDOWN CALUMET i 25c 21c 20c 25c 15c TOIV1ATO JUICE 3 - LEMON JUICE 2"- LITTLE SPORT 19c PounJ Parku MARSHMALLOWS 29c 01 vsk About PKiller Olf.-r, l'k(; mm nags,-, -.,-,,,. BEETS 2 No. 2'i Cans 2 1 1 r 1 r 1 fl HAl KfMP 20 li -Gal. Jar LL PlCiIL c 21c 'ackages. WHEATIES 2 JEL TREAT 3 - 13c oowiene M Climalene can 19c Oxydol Large Pkg. 21c Ivory Soap 3bar$17c Chili 2 17c Spices 3Res-pks-25c Old Dutch 2cansl4c Hcrsheys 3fr10c Grape Juice 21c KAY THOMPSON f ; -J0 BEEF Fie.li Grouiid, Lb 1 3w eef Steak v -m 1 Sc Sc Half or Whole Suar Curi'H, l-l AGON E i -1 ' I t St M fa v

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