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January 19, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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PAGE THREE The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Tuesday, January 19, 1937 ' This Sale, External Treatment Helps END A COLD Quicker CLINTON SOCIAL Club Enjoys Dinner At Lemstra Home Mon. A 7 o'clock dinner was enjoyed last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis l-etnstra. South FifHi street, by the members of the Domestic Arts club. After the dlnin-r hedge was nliived 01 fur tables with high score SOCIAL CALENDAR r prize for Mrs. K. A I lie women aw: Lowln nnil lor in ,,-d I' II. Cecil In . III ell llar-I'Vli. II. Harrison. The nevt mooting will be Hie home or Mr. and Mrs. C l-Uon on South Tblid street i: n:itTl i.i ii Mrs. Harry Cuiiiiinchiini of !' view entertained the members her brids ituli at her hone' rentlv. Bridge a plnv wllh prizes uwni'.l Hohertsotl. I.igb, id a ed ti a tid two Mrs. Mis lal.l.s Co.. ii fn a old in Malone. travel. The next mooting will be h I wo weeks al the home of Mrs orison on South Third si reel. Ito'e- Mrs. M. .1. Toil nor of South Seventh street is reported to be ill at her homo. Miss Marie Foltz was honored with a birthday party al the homo of Miss Grace McDonald in South Fourth street Saturday night. Guests were Miss Martha Jones. Miss Virginia Hlanford and Petty llndnar and Robert Drown. Robert Halrd. Max Mitchell. Harold Hope and Tom McCiillmigli. si smi: n:( u: Mi l is Mrs. Gavin Muir of South Fourth street was hostess for the mooting of the Sunshiii" r'irolc of the liytciian rliurch at her liomi evening. Twenty members present. Mrs. Charles Vau.-hn wn charge of the devotional p Following games and contests enjoyed. The next meeting will be February t at the home or Samuel Nisbct, 8:14 South street. Pres-: last were Hod. Were I belli M rs. Fifth Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Wright of North Fifth street morrow for St. Pi where they will months. leaving lo- tersbtirg. Fla., spend several Former Clinton Girl Married January 16 Mary KIwiIm-IIi AdaniMill. Mcoe uf Loral Residents. Mm-rlcd t Indianapolis Miss Mary Elizabeth Adanisou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ad-iimson of 16.15 South Fourth street. Terre Haute, wus united In marriage to Gene Wells Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wells Anderson. KM West .list street. Indianapolis. The marriage vows were solemnized at 2 P m. Sulnrduy, Junuary 10. by Rev. Dllllkel in the MoKce Chapel of the Tubornuole Presbyterian church. Indianapolis. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisher of Terre Haute. The bride wore a navy blue sheer trimmed in white lace, with navy accessories. Mrs. Fisher wus attired lu a light blue. Both wore shoulder corsages of gardenias. Mrs. AnderBon was graduated from the Wiley high school and In diana Slate Teachers college. Torre n.. witoi-a nhe was a member of the Gamma Gamma Sigma sorority. She also attended Indiana university, whore she was a member of (-Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. For the past two years she has been employed with the WPA offices at Terre Haute and Rockville. Mr. Anderson attended the Indiana university and Benjamin Harrison law school. At the preseul time he is supervisor of rinunie and statistics of the WPA in Terre Haute, , '"' Following the ceremony a luncheon was served at the Columbia club. Immediately following the young couple left on a honeymoon trip to Florida and the southern states. They will return to Terre Haute after February 1 to make their home at 071 Seabury avenue. Mtb. Anderson wus born III Clinton, her mother was formerly Edna Crane, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Crane, a pioneer druggist. She is the niece of Mrs. Carl Maimer and Miss Maude Adamson of South Sixth sireet, Clinton. Auxiliary Meets at Brown Home Monday Members of the Fireman's Auxil iary held their regular business meeting last night at the home of Mrs. Mabel Brown. South Main struct. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Herscllel Cheek and Mrs. Charles Doughty. After u short business session bunco was enjoyed with high score prize awarded to Mrs. Tony Feno-glio: bunco. Mrs. Robert Wright, and low. Mrs. Raymond Craves. The next meeting will be held February 15 with Mrs. Wiliord Doo-lin. Mrs. Feuoglio and Mrs. Harry Dunlup as hostesses. i.i:i:well PUtTV A farewell party was given at the Pythian Sister hall on Blackman street for Mr. and Mrs Itay Mar'ln of Chicago, former Clinton residents, by several relatives and friends. Approximately 00 people attended. Cards were played and dancing was enjoyed throughout the evening. Refreshments were served. Raymond Newland. who is in a C. C. C. Camp at Rising Situ. Inil.. has returned to camp after spending the weekend here in Clinton with bis mother. Mrs. Glenn Newland. JANUARY NOTES Township Teachers Hold Meeting Last Night at Fairview I,,,,,,,., I In v l, President, M Mi-rtlllR Presided Tim Clinton Township Teachers' lirisa iiliil Ion held lis regular bust uoss mooting IuhI nlMH ul the Fair view School wllh Jnsluh Duvls, pros Went. In charge. The faculty of tin (Vulennry mid t'romploii Hill schools plauio-d I li- meeting, whic h niiwM-d of i ml Inble discussion perlnlulng to academic subjects Hilling the business session Mrs It. Taylor announced Hie follow-In-; group asalgnmeiilH: The primary group was in charge of Mrs. Minnie Foltz. Miss Mlllicent Holt gave a discussion on primary reading and Mrs. Bertha Kennedy displayed samples of primary writ-ing In the township schools; Miss Annaliellc Hunter was chairman of Hie second primary group with Mrs. Minda Watls in charge of the geography discussion. Miss (Henna Miller gave a talk on Hie reading problems. For the Intermediate grades C. S. Plrkard acted as chairman of the history period In charge of William Payton. Miss Ellon Beaty cave a discussion on primary reading. Mrs. Alma Foil, presided over the elementary grtmp. At that time Miss Taint! Lullti gave an Interest -Ing discussion on "Every Day Problems In Science In the Eighth Grade," and Miss A Ida Marietta, the seventh grade literature. Following the group meeting Mr. Davis spoke on the educational bills which are being prepared for this session of the slate legislature. The following persons comprise the legislative com mil loo for the local or ganization: Josiah Davis, Alva Hall. Mrs. Foliz. Mrs. Taylor and Miss Sarah Show. The next meeting will be held in March with the members of the faculty of the I 'ni vi-i-Hul School in charge. Officers of Sunday School Announced Services ( olidiicleil Sunday II. C. eliapin Marking the close of another ye. lithe Presbyterian Sunday school elected the following officers for the ensuing year:- superintendent. R, II. Medloek: lirst assistant. Miss Violet Wilkie; second assistant. John Kyle: secretary, Jack Turner: assistant secretary. Miss Viola Criiiue: treasurer. Miss Briltania o-Pi.L-e- i-horislor. Mrs. M. J. Ten ner: pianist. Miss Anna .1. Houston: superintendent of the primary department. Dorothy Watt; assistant superintendent . Mrs. Wblleomb: cradle roll department superintend cut. Miss Sara Downing; assistant superintendent. Phoebe Kyle; superintendent of the intermediate junior department, James Murdoek; adult department. Mrs lira Dolo and assistant. Mrs. Gavin Muir. Installation service were conducted at the church Sunday morn ing by Key. II. C. Chapill. -v Bakers' L Massage VapoRub briskly on the throat, chest and back (between and below the shoulder blades). Then spread it thick over the cliest and cover with warmed cloth. Almost licfore you finish rubbing, VapoRub starts to bring relief two ways at once two direct ways: 1. Through the Skin. VapoRub acts dir1 through the skin like a poultice or planter. 2. Medicated Vapors. At the same time, its medicated vapors, released by body heat, are breathed in lor liours about 18 times a minute direct to the irritated air-passages. This combined poultice-and-vapor action loosens phlegm relieves irriuition helps break congestion. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Doughty and son. Harold, of South Fourth street had as their weekend guests Miss Agues Wat-drop and Miss Mae A i'hel-spooli of Inidanapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Martin ol' Chi-,-,: loivo returned to their home aiiir visiting rolaiivos and friends in Clinton for several days. Mrs slre-l tin. flu .lames Itiloy .of I eolllitied to In South r homo Main with lis McClelland. .)f Indhiiiap-ia visiting his parents, Mr. and Louis MeCli-llulid. ol South street. 1,1. s M r .Moiilello and )wi Indian. ii'iilis t'Mlay n Osin.in are on business. in or Pavlock. of North Third is confined to his home with in at Business Women To Hold Council Meet January 24 Mm. Marie TIii1iimi, slate prcsl-den). In lllc nf llicellllll. MIh Knlliryn HLrhuek will be principal speaker .Mm. Mario KerKUson ' Thompson, local woman, and president or the Imllaiia Federation of Husliicsa and I'rnri'HHlonul Women'". Club, will preside at tli annual inld-wluler ciiuncll nieellnK t be held Sunday .limitary 24 at the Claypool Hotel in Indiaiiapolla at 12:39 p. m. A bnnrd meeting will be held Saturday niKht at the Hotel Severln. whom dinner will he served at 6:30 o'clock. Plans for the slute convention to lie held next May will be discussed. At the Sunday meeting, members of Hie nominating committee will select candidates for the state offices to lie chosen later. Mrs. Gertrude Khambaugh or La-fnyette Is ill charge of the arrangements for the national speaker. The speaker of the Sunday luncheon will be Miss Kathryn Starbuck of Saratoga Springs. N. V., chairman of International relations for Hie national federation. Miss Star-buck has been secured because she will be one of the represetatlves at the annual conference on the Cause and Cure of War, which will be held Hie following week. She is an executive secretary and professor of law at Skidmore Col-leiie and Is one of the most active nu mbers of the national federation. She Is a past Btate president of the New York organization. Because she believes that It is exceedingly Important for a woman to keep many contacts outside of her Job, she is trustee of the Vassar College, her, alma mater; the first woman lu 50 years to serve on the board of education of Saratoga Springs; member of the committee on citlzeus' councils for constructive economy of the National Municipal league; chairman of the Saratoga Springs Council of Peace; director of Yaddo-Artists' colony; chairman of the international relations committee for the New York State division ofjhe A. A. U. W. A large crowd is expected to attend this meeting from all clubs in the state of Indiana. Cuest Day Observed by Woman's Club at Home of Mrs. White Meeting Attended by Large Coiigi-e-fCation. Program Knjoyed Guest day was observed yesterday afternoon by the Womau's club at a meeting held at the home of Mrs. I. D. White. South Main street. Approximately 60 members and guests attended. The meeting was opened by the entire group singing "America." which wa followed by a prayer. Mrs. J. L. Homey gave the Scripture reading and an addreBs of welcome. Immediately following the roll call was held. The program of the afternoon consisted of the following numbers: two vocal solos "By the Bend ol the River," and "Bird Song and Even Tide," by Mrs. E. O, Hutchinson. She had as her accompanist at the piano, Mrs. K. W. Powell; Miss Sara Downing read an Interesting paper on "The Life of Joseph Pulitzer." Mrs. D. C. Shaff gave an Interest-1 ing talk "From Plymouth to London! Through the Rural Districts." She also displayed pictures pertalniiiK1 to her trip. Out-of-town guests wore Mrs. Frauk R. Miller of Terre Haute, who Is president of the Federated Club there, Mra. Don Cottrell of Atherton. and Mrs. Nina Aikman Thomas and Mrs. Charles Hcgarty of Newport. The following committees were In charge of the meeting: reception committee, Mrs. White, Mrs. Homey and Mm. Henry Warren: house. Mrs. Ora Doyle, Mrs. Tom Reid and Mrs. Dollie. 'Wiltermood; refreshment. Mrs. A- D. Spears and Mrs. E. A. Evaua: serving committee. Mrs. Warren, Mrs. Vaughn, Mrs. G. E. Bingham. Mrs. R. M. Stwalley and Mrs. A. A. Hess, and seats. Mrs. Shaff and Mrs. Stwalley. Following the program tea was poured by Mr. Horney and Miss Downing. Mis. Marian Petty, granddaughter of Mrs. Cbarlei Gabel. has gone to Detroit to visit her cousin, Mrs Delbert Morley. - Tuesday TONHiHT Moose Indue to meet lit tile nan In lllucknian street at 7 p. ni. rythlan Sisters will hold a mooting at the hall on lllackiuuii street, 7:30 p. m. The presidents, secrelarlns iinil principal "f Hie five P. T. A. Clin-li,n Township orgaiil.iitl'ius - will hold a Joint nioellnii at Hie office of In-. Archer. p. m. Hidden Slur Club will It'dd a mooting at the home of Mrs. Kilns lull. Jhiiich. Crnmplon Hill, 7'3" p. m. (Jroiip A Sodulity of the Sacred Heart church will moot at the home of Miss Julia Pohl. Blackmail street. 8 p. m. Fortnightly dub will meet at Hie Lome of Miss Glenn Morgan. South Fourth street. 8 p. m. Miss Lenore Merrinvin ha'vlng as her subject "The Origin of the Woman's Club." Welcome Class of the Christian Church will hold a meeting at Hie home of Miss Margaret Eurlywlne. North Water street, 7:30 p. m. Miss Shirley Earles will give the 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 Miss Ruth and Miss Madelino Harrison, South Main street. Wednesday Business and Professional Women's Club will meet at the club rooms, 7:30 p. m. Committee In charge is composed of MisB Esther Clayton, chairman, Mrs. Helen M. Krekler and Mrs. Archie Nolan. Wednesday Bridge Club will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. G. R. McGuire, Mulberry street, 2:30 p, m. I Deal Bridge Club will hold a oiin .1 the home of Mrs. Pete Vnto. North Fifth street, 2 p. r.nnrt Time Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Raymond Foltz, on South Main street, 7 p. m. Mrs. Carrie Leeds will entertain i, MflmUm nf her club at her home on Blackman street, 2 p. m. Dolt Alumnae will hold a meet inir ui the home of Mrs. Esther Wheat. South Main street, 2 p. m. . White Heather Circle will meet t with Mrs. Mary Shorter. South Fifth street. Plans will be completed for ( the Robert Burns' anniversary at that time. Thursday Hell's Prairie Home Economics Club will hold Its annual guest day at the home of Mrs. Forest Mack of north of the city. 2 p. ni. Mrs. Austin Mayes will be the assistant hostess. 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. 4!!1 Elm Street, 1 p. m. Each member attending is asked to bring a covered dish but not table service. Initiation of officers will be conducted following the dinner. Philathea Class of the Baptist Church will meet at the church, 7 p. m. Each Member Is asked to bring fruit. A. A. A. Club will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. Louis Gia-notti. Anderson street. 7:3'l p. ni. Eagle lodge to meet al hall in South Main street at 7 p. m. terian church will hold a meeting at 2:30 u. m.' Hostesses are Mra. M. J. Tonner and Mrs. Earl Talbott. Place will be announced Wednes day. Friday fluting Club- will meet at home of Mrs. Tom Griffiths at p. in. Lodges Clinton Coni- maudery, 4S, K. T., will bold its stated conclave tomorrow mghi at 7:30 o'clock Hall on South Maini at the Masonic street. Mrs. l labeth Riteheson of Elm street is ill at her home with the flu. SMOKING AND DRINKING? WATCH YOUR STOMACH! For quick relief from indigestion and upset stomach due to excessive smoking and drinking try Dr. Emil's Adla Tablets. Sold on money back guarantee. Powell's Pharmacy. adv. W-3 T. I I i the i i ! During the night, VapoRub kcopi right on working. Often, by murium! tlic worst of the cold is over. Avoidi Risk of Stomach Upset! This safe, external treatment cannot possibly upset the stomach, as constant internal "dosing'' is so apt to do. It can be used freely, as often al needed, even on the youngest child. VIC KG , VAPORUB I Molhrril Look in year VapriPiib package for full di-tdil- nl Wki Plan a practical home Kmde e greater freiJnm loim i nM In I"'"-ttstt among 17. JS I ncnirtr. the. PI in cut sickness from toUs more lmn liti'i' Follow Vicks Plan for Better Control ol Colds Andrew Jardine. of South Third street, is seriously ill at his home with the l'lu, . lieyscHlc, I'orm of Opal Goysenle a vare-ty of opal round around geysers of It-eland, J ellow-slone park and Nov Zealand. The llcaviside Layer The hcivi.siue layer is the region 1P0 miles above the earth, the air of which being ionized, rejects the wireless waves downward. A National Event . . . UVTKX DKiKi.E EDGE VELLUM printed stationery . . . double the usual quantity ... 100 sheets and 100 envelopes of this Hue Deckle Edge paper . . . printed with your Monogram or Name and Address for $1,110 . . . January only! On sale at The Daily Clintonian office. adv. J A Surprising Value in a Shipment of NEW SUITS at $2500 Stop In and Take a Look! ROSENBLATT'S : V V; I LIT 11- A I i ii t J "CLEARANCE SALE Some Special Values I I SUITS and TOPCOATS Drastic reductions on our entire stock of Coats i $29.95 $17.77 $19.95 $12.22 $12.95 T:s$ 7.77 W Yi II h DRESSES DKKKSKS Now DRESSES DKK.SSKS r $5.95 $3.95 $2.95 Other Dresses. $1.98 and $149 $750.$2975-$2500 ROSENBLATTS Lcil r "PO.uj rf7 $4,95 m $3.95 i!

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