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PAGE THREE The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana i Monday, January 18, 1937 CLINTON SOCIAL Miss Human.a Ahcrnathy, who is employed in Indianapolis, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Abernathy, of Fairview. Mrs. William Nawnnki has ro- Local People Attend Anniversary Services At Terre Haute Sat. Members of the Caledonian Sorle- TO ATTEND MIOKTIXtf Mrs. Louis Lemstra, state representative of the American Legion Auxiliary, plans to attend an executive meeting at Indianapolis on Friday and Saturday of this week. Mrs, Agnes Wurdrop, of Indianapolis, was the weekend Kiiest of Mrs. AKnes Itae, of South Fourth street. Harold Clayton, of Kim street, spent the weekend In St rent or. 111. Mrs. I). (). Hintt, of Klin street spent the weekend In lUuzil hh the guet of Mr. slid Mis. 11 F. Cilt h lietd. Stf te Conference Will Be Held at Indianapolis A state conference of all presl-lents and secretaries of the Amerl- n I.PKlon Auxiliary will be held ii Tlmrsdny and Friday of this ti'Pk. The meeting will begin at I p. m. Thursday with a banquet Pont, Bt Terra Haute. Apnroxl-Ki he aepved at 7 p. m. al the Hoo- matey 10o membera and their fam-it'T Athletic Club. All meetlnaa enjoyed a supper and Scotch (nrlng the entire session will he program. j. lil nl the atate and nntlnnnl head-j persona from Clinton attending Junitera. On Friday at noon a WPre Mr. Agnes Rue, Mr. and Mrs. I turned to her home In Sycamore 'street after spending the past ten j days in Chlcauo visiting her i, .tighter, Mi-h, John ShiuMia, and Mr. I Sianishn. Mr and Mrs, Tony Hi ring fellow of Vine Ml eel )i,mI at their weekend VM'His Mr. Mini Mr- John Kills iiii'l Mr and Mrs. WIIIIihu W or All'let Knll. Hini'liiv dinner gueKis uf Mr, and M r. Vi'i'iimi Chi'ler of went of I he illy wi-re Mih Mann Vim Ihivn. Mihs Hessie Van Dnvti, Mr. and Mrs Gilbert finder of Tern Hiiitte and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cinder, Mr. and Mrs. I'. (J. Wrlghr of Nort h Fit t It si red were Sunday guests of Mrs. Wright's nephew. Harold lalone and Mis. M;iloiie of Terre Haute. While there they visited Mr. and Mrs. Cash Malone. for Baby's Cold yzj Proved best by two Nv z pent-rations of mothers. 10 DAY SpscSsiD HOSPITAL NEWS Ruth Davis, who underwent nn appendectomy at the Vermillion County hospital about a week ago, was removed to her home in North Main street today. Raymond Rafrd, who has been a patient at the local hospital for iev em) weeks, was removed to his home In South Fifth street yesterday. Arvnd Jeuks. who underwent an operation at (tie local hospital ii l mi t ten ibi'N iK", as removed to bis home In Howling Green yemer-diiy. Mrs. Stanley H, l,e and Infant son wen removed from the Vermillion County hospital to their hotiK-in Kock'vtlle yesterday. Courage to Be True Have the courage to dare to be true at all times. Still Coughing? No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchial irritation, you can get relief now with Creomulsion. Serious trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance with anything less than Creomulsion, which goes right to the seat of the trouble to aid nature to soothe and heal the inflamed membranes as the germ-laden phlegm Is loosened and expelled. Even if other remedies have failed, don't be discouraged, your druggist Is authorized to guarantee Creomulsion and to refund your money If you are not iatisfied with resulU from the very first uottle. Get Creomulsion rightnow.Adv.) 10 DAY Beauty Shop Main Street Clinton, Ind. fi-t Votir Permanent Mrs. Virginia E. Jenckes, member of Congress from the Sixth congressional district of Indiana, will entertain all the democratic Hoos-lers coming from the district to attend the Inauguration, at a breakfast to be given in the private dining room of the speaker of the house of representatives on Capitol Hill at Washington, D. C. nt 8: SO a. ni. Wednesday. January 20. Among the prominent citizens who have notified Mrs. Jenckes tlinl lliey will attend are Governor and Mrs. Clifford Townsend and their parly. lluldah lleo Church of Fulrvlew and Murguret Jones were dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell of Sonlh .Main si rent. Mrs. Cora Sizeniore of Terre Haute visited several days last week at the home of relatives and friends. ' jA Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ilayalett of South Sixih street spent the weekend at Deeatur at the home of iheir son, Karl Hayslett and Mrs. Ilnys-lett. .tlfenri Funeral Among Hie Clinton people who at tended the funeral of Isaac Valentine at Terre Haute Sunday were Dr. and MrB. E. A. Evans, Arthur KerKiison, Mr. and Mra. Ira Church and Mr. and Mra. Hubert James. Hurial was at KoHedale, Mr. Valentine was tle fat Iter of Mrs. C. (i. Coiinerly of Terre Haute, formerly of Clinton. MIsh Merle M. Carlin wan a weekend guest of Miss KrneHtine Fluyer, toeal hih school teaicher, at her ionie in .lasonville. They attended the Indiana-Pur-lue li'iKkeLhall game at Hlooming-oji Saturday night, Mr. and Mra. G. Earl Brown and da.ig.iter. Patricia Ann, of Nohles-ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Wiiliam Murray and son, Lynn (., of Green-castle, spent the weekend in Clinton with relatives. Mm. olin Mclntire of Indianapolis and Mrs. Kred Maekel; South Fourth street, left yesterday for Gary to visit their brother. Governor Cunningham and Mrs. Cunningham. Mrs. Maekel plans to return to her home the latter prut of this week. . i MIhh Doreen Holt of Indtn na poli whs a weekend guest of her piir.'iiU, Mr. snd Mrs. Joe Holt of Smith Sixth street. - i I Mary Charles, who has been MI for the past three weeks, has resumed her work at the office of Dr.' r. M. Zlnk, .I3JH ... C. M. Robertson and son, Harry. are victim; in lib knell. Mrs. Ivan Run van of South Tenth Street is veiling in Chicago at the home of her sister, Mrs. Victor Fail- la. is tn Melvin Somes, of Chicago, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Grace Somes of South Eighth street. Dr. Paul Jt. Casebeer. who has been 111 for the past two weeks, has resumed his practice. Ralph Robannon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peck of Fairview, is confined to liis borne wild a severe cold Lodges Jerusalem Lme, 9!t. F. & A M. will hold its stated meet ing tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock at the Masonic Hall on South Main street. $ CATCHING COLD? At the first warning snee quick a few drops up each nostril. Its timely use helps prevent manycolds. VlCKS Vatronol PERMANENTS lliin a rifeii'l ami Share the Difference SI. 50 $2.50 $3.50 Two for $2.00 Two for $3.00 Two for $4.00 Finger Wave, dried 25c Machineless Wave $4.00, two $4.50 Modern Way Phone 110 350 South Xnw Is tin Time to NOTES George Merritt Weds Nema Wright Saturday Announcement is made of the marriage of MIbs Nema Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton (!. Wright of west of the city, to George Merritt of Montosumn, The wedding vows were read by Rev. Ralph 8. (lulnn at West Terre Haute Saturdny, January H!, 1IU7. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt will make Ihelr homo at Monteumo. KHVU.K ( l.l It MKKTS A meeting of the Girl's Bicycle Club was held Satturday afternoon at the home of Marie Marietta on South Seventh street. Loretta Carroll was a guest of the club. During the business meeting Mary and Jean Kathryn Porter, new members, were initialed into the club. Bunco furniRlied the entertainment with high score prize awarded to Madullne Carll; bunco. Elizabeth McLeish. and low, Jean Kathryn Porter. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held nt the home of Elaine Gregory on North Ninth street in two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peck and children, Joan, Patty Lou and Jimiuie, were guestB Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hayslett and children of South Third street. Sunday Mr, and Mrs. Peck had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Otto Turner and daughter, Patsy Marie, of South Fifth street. Kurprlw Dinner Held- A surprise birthday dinner was given Saturday night in honor of Mra. Fred Van Horn. South Fifth street, at her home. Guests attending were Dr. and Mrs. W. N. Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. George Walthall. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lewin, Mrs. Sarah Van Horn, Austin and Fred Van Horn. Th next meeting of the north section of the Furnishing Society of the Methodist Church will be February 11. in the form of a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. J. P.. Stine, South Main Street. Assistant hostesses will be Men-dames Guy Briegs. . R. McGuire, H. A. Moore. W. N. Kelly and E. W. Cordingley. Tomcco Co, ty of Clinton and Terra Haute ob-. served the anniversary of Kobert I Burns Saturdny nlnht at Twelve Archie Carmichael, Mrs. David Balrd, Mrs. Mary Shorter, Mr. and Mrs. George Lundie and family and Mrs. Walter Burnslde. Mrs. Agnes Wardrope and daughter, Agnes, and Miss Doreen Holt, all of Indianapolis, also attended the meeting, Local People Guests at Pythian Home Sunday Mrs. Henry Gilfoy, Mrs. Clara Oil-mour. Miss Viola Vantura and Tom Spurr were guests at the Pythian Sister home at Lafayette Sunday. While there they visited Mr, and Mrs. Jack Nelson. Other distinguished guests at the home Sunday were grand chief, Mrs. Rachel Jones of East Chicago; grand chancellor of the Knights of Pythias, Russell Dalrymple, and Mrs. Dalrymple; grand vice chancellor, Harvey T. Walker of Montpe-ller;; grand keeper of records and seals, Carl R. Mitchell of Indianapolis, and grand trustee, Charles Phelps of Newcastle. Former Clinton Couple Announce Marriage The secret marriage of Miss Mable Clark, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Charles Clark, to Celeste Glo-vanini, son of Cleste Giovanlni Sr., both former Clinton residents, was announced recently. The young couple "was married at Paris. 111., on April 11, 1936. Mr. and Mrs. Ciovanini are now living at Detroit, where the groom is employed with the Detroit Paper Products Company. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Foltz of west of the city were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Harry Frist of north of the city. CBj)rcKi W37. Uoocn Mtm lllPr Ws ililld welfare and rehabilitation din-1 r will be aerved. t Among the Clinton people planting to attend are Mrs. Anna Mac-tie, president, and Mrs. Leland Bi'lil. secretary, of the local organ-caution, Mrs. George Walthall and Mrs. Louis Lemstra. SOCIAL CALENDAR I Monday TONKiHT I 1 Sunshine Circle of the Presbyter-n Church will meet at the home If Mrs. Gaven Millr, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. tames Allen Is the assistant hostess. The Clinton Township Teachers issociatlon will hold Its monthly eetlng at the Fairvtew School-iuse, 7 p. m. The faculty of Centenary and Crompton Hill School till be in charge of the meeting. I Firemen's Auxiliary will hold a eeting at the home of Mrs. Mabel Brown, 248J South Main street, fc30 p. m. I Domestic Arts Club will meet at ie home of Mr. and Mra. Louis (iemstra, Blackman street, 7:0 p. m. I Tuesdav J Pythian Sisters will hold a Meeting at the hall on Blackman Itreet, 7:30 p. m. I The presidents, secretaries and irinclpals of the five P. T. A. Clin-on Township organizations will Kild a Joint meeting at the office of Or. Archer, p. m. Golden Star Club will hold a eeting at the home of MrB. Elizabeth James, Crompton Hill, 7:30 JL m. Group A Sodality of the Sacred Heart church will meet at the lome of Miss Julia Pohl, Blackman Sreet, 8 p. m. Fortnightly club will meet at die home of Miss Glenn Morgan, louth Fourth street, 8 p. m. Miss Lrnore Merriman having as her sub-lect "The Origin of the Woman's Blub." Clinton Township Home Economics club wil hold a meeting at the tome of Mrs. J. T. Brown on the Centenary road, 1:38 p. m. Welcome Class of the Christian Church will hold a meeting at the borne of Miss Margaret Earlywlne. Hortb Water street, 7:30 p. m. Miss Shirley Earles will give the lesson and Mrs. Ruth Perona 1b in charge of the entertainment. Loyal Hearts Clasa of the Chris-tin n Church will hold annual din-Br and election of officers. Dln-ker will be served at the church at 1:30 p. m.. From there the members will go to the home of Mis tilth and Miss Madeline Harrison, louth Main street. Alpha Club will meet at the tome of Mrs. Pete Voto, North Fifth Itreet, i2 p. m- Wednesday Business and Professional Wom an's Club will meet at the club nonu, 7:30 p. m. Committee In iliarge Is composed of Miss Esther Clayton, chairman, Mrs. Helen M. Ilrekler and Mrs. Archie Nolan. ! Wednesday Bridge Club will old a meeting at the borne of Mrs. 6- R. Mctiulra, Mulberry street. 10 p, in. p 1 Deal Bridge Club will hold a Bieetlng at the borne of Mrs. Pete folo, North Fifth street, t p. m. Good Time Bridge Club will iieet at the borne of Mrs. Haymond tolls, on South Main street, 7 p. m. Thursday Hell's Prairie Home Economics t'lub will hold Its annual guest (ay at the home of Mrs. Forest flack of north of the city, 2 p. m lrs. Austin Mayea will be the assistant hostess. Job's Daughters will hold a Council meeting at the hall on South iVain street, 7:30 p. m. f Ladies Aid of the Christian L'burch will bold its anuual dinner fct the borne of Mrs. A. A. Hess. 431 Elm Street, 1 p. m. Each member ttending is asked to bring a covered dish nut not table service. Initiation of officers will be conducted following the dinner, j Philathea Class of the ' Baptist k'hurrb will meet at the church, 7 p. m. Each Member Is asked tn tiring fruit. ( , llm NAY NAY LAD YE CANNA GIE ME THOSE ILL BUY MY OWN KIND I KEN WHAT THEY DO... W'f When smokers find out the good things that Chesterfields iv;e them .