The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 16, 1937 · Page 3
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Saturday, January 16, 1937
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i J ". ' PAGE THREE The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Saturday, January 16, 1937 ivilli staled consideral Ions. The total oonsi.leratioii of deeds Hess & ol $1 each) tolaleil $ 2 I :i,S 1 0. HI. A lotal of Kin; mortgages and lienj CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES wore Ii I .-l totaling !.l2tUlt;l.li4, ,iui a total of 521 salisfiictlolls of niorlgagos and Hons totaling $3ta,- I2I.2S. A total or 2ini mlscellano-ois papers were lll.d during the SOCIAL CALENDAR ATTEND CONFERENCE Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Pearce, Rev. and Mrs. Harold Iiotchkiss and Itev. Lynn Dates liuvo returned to their homes alter attending a centenniul conference on preaching. This conference was given under the auspices of Del'auw university and was held this week ut Hie lio-lilll Memorial Melhodisl Episcopal church ut Greeiicastlo. LECTURE WILL RE GIVEN AT HILL CREST JAN. 20 Mrs. Virginia Ballon of Tone Haute will bring the message; her theme will he "The Whitman Spaiilding Centennial"; she will appear In the rust ii me or Narcissa Whitman and bring to us the thrill-lug account or tin' travls and experiences or these first nilsHouuricK to the far northwest. 2 p. in. - Junior Chi istiiiii Endeavor; topic, "Total Absl In. lie -Safety First." ili.W p. m. Inicrmodlulo Christian Endeavor; topic, "How Should We l se the Bible';" li:3(l n. ni. - Young Peoples Chris- Installation Held for New Officers at Class Meeting year I Mill. , vil.d. I ittM i'i;i:-i;vii:i:iv cut itcii II. ( . t hapiii, I'm lor "What lime am afraid I will trust In Thee.'' l : 1.1 a. III. Bible School. In: r. a. in. Morning Woi-Hhlp. Senium (homo -How can prayer become a viial ren lily lo me'.' ii:11 p. in. christian Endeavor n nng. Topic "Building Charao- Icr through sell-d. nial. Leader, l,iiT,urot Boalmun. Mi l lllll'IM I HI HI II ,liiniiiir 17, ltl.17 Ii::in a. in. .Morning Worship. An hour of music and mcsae that will lie worth your while. Universal P.T.A. Meeting Last Night Large crowd Attends Meeting. Pro giaio Enjoyed. To I'lllihllsc llioin for Rhythm Hand Hearing was bad III Vermillion Saturday TUMI. II I' Caledonian widely Hielr fanil-i.n and Mends will observe llohoil Hums' anniversary ul the odd l''el- Clrciiil Court Thursday on the motion lilod by Georgia M Russell vs. Itay H. Ilu-isell lo older defendant I'oiiiiiiIHccm ApiMiiutml '" Year; IMhiih DiKriiMNrd to Nerve Supper Jan. lit produce ciTlain records at Hielr A large crowd attended the Pnl-vorsal Parent-Teacher Association divorce trial. Judge G. Edward next Hun Endeavor: topic "Pull. Hug A lecture will bo given held last night at the school house, Character Through S.lf-H al ; which was lu charge of Mrs. Kale Lii.arolll. vice-president, during the absence of Mrs. Ilnsarth, president. During tho business session Mrs. leader. Elmer Glillline. Conimiinlci. ill's class ov.-rv Tuesday evening from 7 lo K ; It. v. II. C Chapln. teacher. Richardson gave all Interesting report on the County Council P.-T. A. meeting held al Newport recently. Plans were discussed to purchase drums for tho Rhythm Band of the iiugonin ordered defendant to di-iver lo the Clerk or Hie court willi-n twenty days an Inventory or all iiaicrial. supplies and properly, lo- iln-i- wilh pass books at the Cltl-.n's Siale Bank and R. II. Nixon . Company's "i"1" "r Newport, be-iuiiing wilb July 1. llHIB. "nil eud-,; January 1.1, 1!i:I7. The divorce s- has not b. en set for trial. Mrs. uaaell ir. rcpiesentod bv Attorneys I Dinlley and W illiam II. Beel-: of Newporl and the defendant by lark W. I.yday or Clinton. The ouple reside ill Newport. Wednesday. January 2(1, at 7 p. m. at the Hill Crest Community Outer by the Roseluwu Memorial Association. This lecture, given at thu Fair-view 8. hoi recently Is oonslibo-eU one of the best of Its kind. The public Is Invited to attend. Dr. C. M. Zlnk Is conllned to his homo In Mulberry street with the Dun Trunko of- Brookville, Is spending the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tiunko, ol South Tenth street. 1U::U a. III. Sunday School. A depart ineul arranged Tor you as well .is your child. il;un p. m. - EpwnHh League "Sliorly" Lawsini, loader. Subject Why Do People Drink?" 7 : mi p. in. Evening Worship. The is just as important is the niorniii-proaehitig hour There Is a place in Hie chorus choir for yon if you ;inr. A place in the concrcMtiou for you lo listen If y lo not SIIIK. Will not take your place? Next Weil in" .day no-Ill Ii SdlOOl. 1 ln hall, Twelve Points, Terro latilo. A supper will be served ai ." p. in. and each person Is asked t" furnish his own table service. A mli-h program and dance will I"' iilovcd. This Is to be an Invlta-'onal affair. Sunday Dreamland Pleasure Club to hold a party at the hall on Nlulh street for their families, 7 p. m. Monday nrrnvn's Auxiliary--will hold a -netlng at the home of Mrs. Mabel "mwn. 24S-1 Smllh Main street, "::in p. m. Domestic Arts Club will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis l.emstra. Rlnrkman street, 7:0 p. m Woman's club annual guest day vill b observed at the home of Mrs. I tlHt it llitl Ion SOIViccS with oon-dm led Tin Hip newly elected oil locri (if tho Modern Mill-Ilia class of 111'' Methodist church ul a ineetliiK I""''1 hint night at the homo ot Mm. T. It. Taylor, South Seventh street. As-slatnnt lionesses were Mrs. Hurley Youmiiim. Mis. H. N. Simmons. Mis. lohn Vrahlc and Miss Edith Strain. The new ofrioers for the ensiilnu year are president, Mrs. Henry Pollen; viocpresident, Mrs. Oru Ma-lone; secretary, Mrs. John Frame; class secretary, Miss Sadie Jones, and treasurer, Mrs. Frank Bay-siiiRer. Mrs. C. C. Pearce was In chuiRe ot the services. Plans were made to serve a supper at the church on Thursday, Jan. 2K. The following committees were appointed during the business session: finance. Miss Bessie Dick, chairman. Mrs. Marshall Frist, Mrs. Calvin Fink and Mrs. Taylor; sick, Miss Lenore Merrlman, Mrs. D. O. I MIST lltl'TINT MM lt H It. W. Bishop, pastor. 11:4.1 a. m. Bible school; villi the Bible taught In every class by capable lea. hers. 11 a. in. - Morning worship. i: p. m - ii. v. p. r. 7 p. in. Evening evangelistic service. Prayer service and Bible study each Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. The following program wan en-loyed: congregational singing, piano solo by Rosemary Secondino; a poem. "Children's Hour" by Billy Haves: a vocal duet by Thelma Ri ley and Virginia Brazzale; a duet by READ THE ADS lienill our Ml inly cla.'S in "The I, ill or Christ." This is arranged to tnool the need of both youth and a.lilll. HOSPITAL NEWS liRST SPIIHii AI.IST CIH IU'll We will have our open service Louise and Lalghly Pernod and a playlet "The Flagmaker" by the pupils of the Fifth Grade. The committee In charge of the next month's meeting is composed of Mlsa Virginia Easter, Mrs. George Marlowe and Mrs. Roy Searing for Billy James, a patient at Lnion hospital at Torre Haute, Is In a satisfactory condition. He is now permuted to have visitors. Mr. James was Injured in a mine accident several weeks ago. T. D. White. South Main street, 2 at our loc:il residence. 2:10 North Eighth street, at 2 p. m Sundav Rev. Nellie Ileaiiinan will be with us. HIRV1KW M. K. 111 R H Harold R. Ilolchlilss. pastor. llie program and Mrs. i.oien .-zarth. Mrs. Harry Newland and Miss COURT 1EWS .NEWPORT. Jan. 1 ! County Recorder, iterlie Barker, l as compld oil hi:, annual -.'iorl of all r' coi'ilt filed in his oifi.o for the year. liCHi. i (M'1b show thai a total of "il deeds wire filed, consisting of S'i sheriff's deeds. 4 auditor s deeds. :!7fi deeds wiih isonsi.lerat ion of $1 ,...,.h mill :'lfi other deeds with a Karanovich ,K FUNERAL Ifn HOME H El Viola Van! lira, refreshment, Mrs. Erfie Searing of near Dla- mood was admitted to the Vermil lion County hospital as the result of a paralytic stroke. Mr. and Mrs. Berncst Moore am. children of Anderson are visiting relatives in Clinton for several days. iu u-niberlne. I.awson was an ;i:1"i a. III. Sunday school. r, : 1 r. p. in.-- Epworth league. 7:fl.l p. in. Evening worship. We are now beginning the use of a new form of worship for the evening service. Your presence and participation are greatly desired. Theme: "How Call I Discover Cod's Purpose?" staled consideration. The total cull-1 sideralloli or Hie 2-l deeds being1 overnight guest Thursday iRl.t of Walter Shannon of Sandylown, underwent an appendectomy at the local hospital yesterday. He Is getting along satisfactorily. rra FREE $27!l,:i:HI.70. Sevonty-lliroe I -I gages wen- tiled on farm land with total consideration or $i:i:i. .Ilil.-l : us mort p. m. Tuesday Golden Slar Club will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth James, Crompton Hill, 7:30 p. m. Group A Sodality of the' Sacred Heart church will meet al the home of Miss Julia Pohl. Blackmail street. S p. m. Fortnightly club - will meet at the Lome of Mi:s Glenn Morgan. South Fourth Rtroet, 8 p. in. Miss Lenore Morrinnn having us her subject "The Origin of the Woman's Club." Clinton Township Home Economics club wil hold a meeting at the I homo of Mrs. J. T. Brown on the Centenary road, 1:30 p. m. I Welcome ClaBS of the Christian Church will hold a meeting at Hie home of Miss Margaret Earlywlne, ! North Water street, 7:30 p. m. . gages were Hied on city properly to-j tailing $x.lln.21; 21 school fund! Mrs. Louis Castagnoni and infant son were released from the Vermillion County hospital yesterday. They were taken to the home of a relative at Universal. Mrs. Castagnoni plans to return to her homo ut Chicago 111 the near future. mortgages with tolal consideral ions FIRST CHRISTIAN' CIU IK'H 11. H. Wagner, pastor. 9:?,0 Bible school; Henry W'cil-maii. adult superintendent; c. M. Poor, general superintendent: 1.1-pioC-e orchestra under the direction ol Irwin Johnson. "Si.irit of the Hour" bv Wallace A. Johnson, will II 1 1 Service of $15,; .111 chattel niort-j gages totalling $SS7.202.77 and 4 I liens totaling $ A total j Miss Helen RediiK'n of South main street. , Mrs! Mary James or Tone Haute, mother of Mrs. Elizabeth Ellis of Vine street, Clinton, is reported to be ill at h r home with the flu and n il is. liltlDGE l l.l ll MKKTS Two tables or bridge were played al a meeting of (he Happy Hour club, which was held at the home of Mrs. James Weir. South Fifth street. Mrs. Harold Mack was the recipient of the high score prize; Mrs. Hurley Youmans. second high, and Mrs. James Fisher, travel. In two weeks the club will hold another party In Morgan's basement. South Main street. be the special rendered by the or CHURCH NEWS Burgan, and Mrs. Ernest Elliott, and 'Study program committee for the year, Mrs. Pearce, Mrs. Henry Wellman and Mrs. Melvln Groves. After the business session contests furnished the entertainment and refreshments were served. v Special Services at Christian Church Sun. Special services will be hold Sunday night at the Christian church to be given under the auspices of the Woman's Missionary society of the church. The service will begin at 7 p. m. i'j Rev. H. H. Wagner will deliver the sermon of the evening having as his subject "The Mandatory Message." Following, Carlos Moore will entertain with a cornet solo; Mrs. Francis Schelsky will sing a vocal solo and Miss Elizabeth Pfander of Hill Crest will give a brief talk. Congregational singing will be In charge of the girls chorus. The public is invited to attend this service. j.aAjfdl . .. CLASS ENJOYS THEATER PARTY FRIDAY AFTERNOON A theater party was enjoyed Friday afternoon by approximately 136 members of the Freshman class of the Clinton high school. Miss Mabel Cloarwators and J. C. Jenkins wen the sponsors. , Mr. and Mrs. lT. G. Wright, Mrs. Maria Van Duyn and Miss HchsIo Van Duyn were dinner guestH of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van Tiuyn of west of the city this evening. chestra Sunday morning. Clas-es for all. 10:41 a. m. Worship, commu or 1122 satisfactions of mortgages and liens with total considerations of $l,l!l4.2iri.9li: 13 miscellaneous papers wi re tiled during the year. As compared to the year 1 :."".. there were 5 sheriffs deeds; 8 auditor's deeds and .1 deeds with con- i AJ H Phone 1 165 Ul 51 S. 4th St. jZ5SS? I Mil ii nion and sermon. 7 p. in. Special services under (he auspices of the Woman's Mis HILL CREST CIlMMl'MTV t'KNTEK Elizabeth Pfander, supt,. 9 a. ni. Sunday school: worship and Bible study; classes for ail ages. l:::o a. m. Morning worship; sionary society. A program has been arranged. The public is in- sidoratiou of $1 each and 4SU deeds MIsb Shirley Earles will give the lesson and Mrs. Uuth Pcrona is in charge of the entertainment. Loyal Hearts Class of thu Christian Church will hold annual dinner and election of officers. Dinner will be served at the church at (1:30 p. m.. From there tho members will go to the home of Miss Ruth and Miss Madeline Harrison, South Main street. Thursday inle faitDeiF W Mrs. Barbara Frame of 942 South Seventh street Is slowly Improving after being confined to her bed with illness for the last four weeks at the home or her son, John Frame, t;r,8 Walnut strict. Mr. and Mrs- A. A. Hess or 431 Elm street are enieriainlng with a dinner this evening at their home for Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ralston and sous. Joe Mai and Frank, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clover and children. Miss Ruth. Paul, Helen and Lucille. Miss Marjorie and Robert Tompkins. f ll'C3l FOR EVERY PURPOSE Job's Daughters will hold a council meeting at the hall on South Main street, 7:30 p. m. Ladies Aid of the Christian Church will hold its annual dinner at the home of Mrs. A. A. Hess. 431 Elm Street, 12 o'clock noon. Each member attending is asked to bring a covered dish but not table serv-I,.,. Initiation of officers will be For: r II.,. ti..var,i nf llntvnruiil Ir critically III with the flu. j ..inducted following the dinner. New Stars Appear on Hollywood Horizon For: Picnics Dinners Lodges Home Use r ii in. """ " x Jin wm ,hi -. .- M " - . w-- - -v W " ... ,- . . - ,f , .... M ..-..-w.. -..H..-l-K. Banquets Reunions Socials Scenery We Have Installed a "Jiffy Re- Winder Clean, White Newsprint in Convenient Rolls No Cores to Carry! No Deposits Required! n I - f H V "wj rf K : X K I K :) . - ' Hit H X t ' '""-'V ' y i 'V ft i I 'I I '' " ! J k I r' ; aX X f - ,) X i I V. Jne l-"Vti l Itorothy 1" Don Amechf ,jj J To be sure that a roll of the size you will require will ! c waiting for you, we suggest that you call The Daily Clintonian, Phone 41 or 117, and order paper from the Jiffy Re-winder in advance. Rolled to Your Order IN ANY AMOUNT 10 Yards Equal One Pound Paper Is 34 Inches Wide 2 lbs. 25c Save wear and tear on linen. Just use clean, white paper on the tables at your next organization dinner. It costs only a few cents and may be burned afterward. Try it once. That's all we ask. TSie Daily CSietomam who was built up with clever publicity as the -modern Venus". Technicolor is at last coming into Rs own. Rapid strides made in perfecting the technical process and the fact that several outstanding pictures were made in color in 19:i6 indicate that there will be considerable activity in this field within the next twelvenioutu on the part i oroduccrs. Two major developments appear to be in store for the movie industry during 137. It seems fairly certain that a host of new stars will be established this year. Among those who won recognition in 1936 and are apparently due for stardom are Don Ameche and Dorothy Lamour who were recruited from radio; Frances Farmer who clicked overnight in "Come and Get Itj adJuiu Laos

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