The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 20, 1937 · Page 3
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January 20, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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PAGE THREE The Daily Clintonlan, Clinton, Indiana Wednesday, January 20, 1937 Bunco Club Elects SOCIAL CALENDAR CLINTON SOCIAL Township P. T. A. Units Meeting Held Last Night Representatives of the live Clinton township P.-T, A. units held a Joint meeting last night at theif-llce of llr. Odell Archer on South Third Btreet. AlTHllgcmc nts were luudit for the annual P.-T. A. Founders day observance to lie held at the local gym-li a I ii m on Wednesday, February 17, at 7 p. in. The committee in chaise of die meeting l roinposcil of Miss Surah Shew, chairman; Miss hllc-n Mealy, secretary, and treasurer. Jonah Davis. The following committees were appointed to assist at that lime: speakers, Mrs. T. It. Taylor; music, Miss Pauline Chandler; reception, Mrs. Alma Foils, .Mrs. Kale Lura-relll, C. K. I'lckard and William McMillan; decorating committee. .Mrs Archer, Norval Itynutu and Itobert Stokes; arrangement, MisH Taimi Lalitl, chairman, Miss Margaret tirirfilhs. Miss Mary Newport, Miss Hazel Wahlc- und Mrs. Taylor, and transportation. Dr. Archer. Ollio Wright, Harry Newlund, Conrad Kite and Cecil Turihi. A llnal committee, meeting will beheld at the trustee's office on Tuesday, February 9, at 7 p. in. PVTHI.iN KISTKIIH MEET Members of the Pylhit' Sinters met In regular setuiion la.-tr .Ight at he hull on Klarkman street. Al thai time plans were disriissed In rerfairl to their Installation services, which will he held next Tuesday evening. At that time a 6 o'clock covered d.ili luncheon will he served. , The evening was spent socially following the htiHincKs se-saion. I'M It HOI. IIS MKET The regular busiiiehM ine4-tjnj; o! tlie Golden Star club was held last night al lliii home of Mrs. Elizabeth ijn.-H on Crompton Hill. 'out-sis furnished the entertainment with pri."K awarded to Mrs. Robert Wright and Mrs. Norial lly-num. Alr-i. John Kaster of Cromptou Hill will he hostess for the next ne-.-ting in two weekB. Whether oii are goinK to Miami I.kIi. to Hie Weal Indict, ..or plnmiing to hIh at home . . . yon will want a h of KUK ItIO Willi il Soullii-rn aliniopliere. . . palm ln or (air huifk-r. . priiit-l with our name and a-ldr--.H in coli-traling color. TIiIb stationery Is HOW Oil Mile. . ..K htM-4-lH Ulld ,li 'tl- teloiM-M. . fu- just KI.IM). S-e wine nl The fiaily 'linliiian. NOTES ome Ec Cub Interesting Meet at Home of Mrs. Brown Mr. Many Van llnyn filvcs Inti-r-rxlliig Talk During Itiisl-news Heeslon The Clinton Township II"""' Kru-noinlcs Huh met ychtoiday ufier-noon at the home of Mrs. J. T. Brown on the Centenary road. Mm. licorgn Mi -rill and Mrs. Hersrhel Shi w were the assistant hostesses. Mrs. Harry Van Dnyn gave an Interesting talk on "Our Present Inaugural and Our Past." during the business session. She also announced that the local club will have aa their guests during the ensuing year the members of the Per. rysvllle rluh. Following several reading were given by the members on the former piesideiits of the I'nlted Slates. Refreshments were nerved at the close of the meeting Members attending were Mesdames Charles Cinder. Vernon Cinder. John Dlinkley. Claude Fotz, Bertha Huffman. Ross James, George MfCeown, Ed Shew, Earl Shew. Herachel Shew, Hair, ''an Duyn. Fred Gregg, Howard Clo Merrltt. Veda Kelly. Ward Faning; Ion. Wright Vaii Duyn and Miss Eva Ellen Wrlghrli Omnia wore Mesdames Fred Walters and daughter. Ruth Huxford, Bratich and Rob-ata. The next meeting will be 4i"-ld at the home of Mrs. Earl Shew on February 16. Mrs. Emmett Wright and Mrs. John Dmikley will be the assistant hostesses. MISS MERRIMAN READS PAPER AT CLUB MEET Mis Ignore Merrirnaii rfad an in-UrBtinff paper on "Th; Origin of Woman's Clubs" at a bu-pHuk of the Fortnightly club. The mMin wag lipid last nlcht at the home of Ming Glenn Morgan on South Fourth street. Mrs. Cecil M'-Wfthy was a gust. .Mm. Maud; Riley, of .ndotnon, Ik confined to hr home with Illness. John D. Kvans, who was here to attend the funeral of his cousin. Thorn an bavin, has returned to his home in Columbus, O. Officers for Year Virginia Jones was elected (ireBi-dent of the Happy Hour llunco dull at a nieetlng held recently at h home northwi-Ht of Cliulon. Slie was aasialed by Virginia Hiiyi-s. Other officers elected for tin- year were Vice priHid-'llt. Ill'' I'cllCilll; Will' lary, Virginia Hayes; lieasiiler. Iletly rniiiilnL-haiii, and niinrler. Virginia Mnrley, Follnwliii' the Imsliioss i" slon bunco was plaved al three tables Prizes were awarded lo Virginia Ulewlelid, high; Florence Jones, bunco, iiinl Anita Mitchell, low. Ite-Iresliments were served. Oilier members uttciidliig were Mary K. Ellis, Herlha I'elak, Itit.. Evelyn Nolan. Kusln liii hm-y, Martha Aberuatliy and Antoiietie Nest-ler. The next ineelliiK will be held al tlie home of Anita Mitchell with Susie Latihney as the assistant hostess. HOSPITAL NEWS l.yle Vernon Marshall, a patient at a hospital in Detroit, Mich., Is gelling along nicely after underg'a-lug a major operation there some time ago. Mrs. Mallie it. Marsh' mother, Is still with hltn. his Walter Khanuoii, f Katidytown. who iinilerwent an apr-cnd-cUimy t the Vermillion county hospital last Friday, Is Improving. Joan Hoke, of Itlanfonl, under went an aip-ndertmny at tin- Vermillion county hospital last evening. She is getting along satisfactorily. Mrs. Kuiia Louden, of Mulherrv ,teel. who has been seriously ill a it h pneumonia at tlie local hospital, is flighily lmtirov-i. Mrs. Illian Dowdy underwent a major operation al. the Vermillion county hospital yesterday. She Is getting along as well as can ie- ex o'-cled. Alonzo Mcltrfde, who underwent n app- ndeclomy several days ago improving. Majority and Pluralit If a candidate for office receives more votes th.-.n any other contest- ant, he receives a plurality If he receives more votes than all the other contestants combmcd-more than half of all the votes cast he receive a maiority. Welcome Class Meets At Earlywine Home The regular business meeting of l he Welcome Class of the Christian Church was held last night at the home of Miss Margaret Karlywlno, North Water street. Tha lesson was ill charge ot Miss Audrey lllson and the entertainment, Mrs. Everett Ly-day. Twelve members and Mrs. Charles Shannon, a new member, were present. Contests wore enjoyed with prl7.es given to Miss Hlxon, Mrs. Lyduy and Miss Evelyn Payne. Members attending were Ruth and Margaret Crosby. Myrtle Irene Payne, Ine Harden, Wllma Toppas, and the Mesdames Mayuard Malnne, Lawrence Shannon, Harry Shannon and Ruth Perona. Tha next meeting will be held February 9 at the home of Mlas Hixon on Elm street. Miss Shirley Earles will be In charge of the lesson. KXTKHTAINH CLASS Miss Shirley Earles of South Eleventh street was hostess for the meeting of the Delta Altha flats of the Salem Methodist Church at her home last night. Guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Earles. Mrs. Roy James, the teacher, was also present. Following a short busiuess session refreshments of sandwiches and coffee were served. The next meetnig will be held the third Tuesday In February, the place to be announced later. Miss Grace Johnson of Pittsburg. Pa., is visiting at the bome of Rev. and Mrs. Harold Hotchkiss of Fair-view. Mrs. Dave Salmond and daughter. Miss Virginia, of Blackman street left today for New York City for an indefinite time. Miss Salmond is on a business trip. Mrs. Ralph Campbell of South Main street was a dinner guest Mon day of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Snyder and Mrs. Walters of aouth of the city. Billy Joe Capps, of South Twelfth street, is confined to his borne with pneumonia. IT.is Close Gill If, Rally Rand When Sally Rand arrived In Boston to keep a theater engagement, she was hard pressed for time so the much-publicized dancer prepared for her act even while she was leaving her taxi, all of which was a break for the cameraman. . Named for John Hancock Hancock county, Ohio, organized March 1, 12'., was named for John Hancock. One of the military macs of the War of 1812 passed through this county and Fort Ftndlay, named for Colonel Findlay, was established. stuffyViead A few f)ro5upsrh nostril r d u r e i t-wMcn rnemhranM, c lp.trs away c -pir.g rnu..u!. bnngu wfrU'jfiie relief. Vicks Vatronol 30e souble quantity 0 lun linn Zmuo Co, J 1 ,f-. I if -mm p ; J . Wednesday 'i'tlMlillT limlness and Prod-i- ImiiuI Whim- ill's t'lllh Will meet at tlie lull looms, T;:lll p. in. I'ommillee In i-harge In iiimlioscil of Miss Enllii-rl I'hiylou, ihiiiruian. Mrs. Iliieii M Knliler and vim Archie Nolan. I While Heather I'lliie will meet with Mrs Mm v Shorter. South Fifth -Heel plans will lie completed for Hie Koliiit limns' anniversary al thai I. Mi". Thursday Pythian Circle will meet ,it the home of Mrs. Itolierl Aud-r-oii, I ;:.",7 South Main street, 2 p. in. Methodist Church Choir, will meet at the church 7 p. m. Hair I'entiiry Auxiliary to meet at 7:;',0 p. m. at (lie eiiih room in Morgan's liaiieuient in South Main it reel. Hell's prairie Home K-onomh s Club will hold its annual Kucit day at the home of Mrs. KorcH Mack of north of the city, 2 p. m. Mrs. Austin Mayes will lie th as sistant hostess. Jobs Daughters will hold a council meeting al Hi" hall on South Mailt street, 7:30 p. m. Indict Aid of the Ciirliiiau Church- will hold its annual dinner al the home of Mrs. A. A. Il"ss. t ?. I Klin Street, 1 p. m. Kach member unending Is asked to bring a covered dish but not. table service. Initiation of officers will be conducted following tlie dinner. l-liilalh'-a Class or the llaplisi 'iiur-h will in-cl al Hi- church. 7 i. m. Kit' h Member is ak' d to bring fruit. A, A. A. flub will !.nM i in""' irr ;if t '" i;'-nie ot 'lis. I .'in is 'ill. colli. , nil' r on :!'"'i. 7. ''' i III -:;.(.-l" leil f" to In' I at i ill n South !n in sir".! al 7 n m Missionary Society ol the Presby leiiau church will hold a me'iiiic at 2: -I't I', in. Ilosti ches are Mi re M. J Toueer and Mrs. Karl Tallinn. Al the home ot Mrs. Talholt on 111... kiiiiin stiect. Friday I Out n I'I'ili will ni"-t iii'iii-- ol Mis. Tom t;iilfitiis al 2. ''I 1 p m Tn. ,.,., Kv,.Ml an, Ar, c.lnh ! " of Mrs. K..y Huns, f.'rompton 11.11. p. m. (tii4H lji. 'Annual Dinner of Class Held Last Night at Church Kir. Hon of Officer Hi-M nl Mar. i rlMtn Home, Houlli Main Hlrri't. I Mm. Krank Yforil New I lreldeiil I One nf the most Interesting and jenjoyahle meetings of the Loyal Hearts Claaa of tli Christian 'church was held last evening. It be-Ing the annual dinner party and election of officer!. The committee In charge of the meeting was composed of Mr. Clovya Harvey and Mies Marjorle Tompkins. A delicious chicken dinner was served at the church to the members at one table In the form of a square, lighted with tapers and 'beautifully decorated. ' Immediately following the mem- bers were taken to the home of Miss 'Ruth and Miss Madeline Harrison ton South Main street. A business piesslon was held at which time Mrs. Frank Crawford was elected pres ident for the ensuing year: Miss Bet-lie Cunningham, re-elected vice-president; Miss Madaline Harrison, secretary, and assistant secretary, Miss Ruth Harrison. Outgoing officers were president, Miss Olga Wattsey, and secretary, Mrs. Craw-ord. Bunco, played at six tables, furn-shed the diversion of entertainment nith high acore prise awarded to Miss Mary Charles and low, Mrs. oy Bntta. Upon the request or Ben Harri-ion. father of Ulna Ruth and Miss Margaret Harrison, who recently elebrated his 81st birthday annl-rersary, several songs were sung yy the entire group with Miss Ruth Mover as pianist. The birthday au-liversarieg of Miss Madaline Harrl-lon and Miss Marie Jones were also observed last evening. Refreshments ot cake, tea and coffee were lerved. Members attending were Mesdames ow Mitchell, Claude Balrd. Boh Barbee. A. A. Heas. D. O. Lyons. IVilliam Cogan, Harvey, Tom Sal-nond. Robert Griffiths, Fred Myers om Ricanda. Butts and Crawford ind the Misses. Mary Blair. Marie Jones, Tompkins, Cunningham. plenna Miller, Clover. Ruth and Madaline Harrison. Bernice Pribble, Mary Charles, Beulah Nonweiler tnd Mattaey. February 1 Is the date for the next meeting to be held st the Harrison home. Mrs. Harvey , will be :he assistant hostess. Club to Entertain Husbands at Dinner Plans were discussed to hold a 7 o'clock dinner for the members nd their families at a meeting of the Alpha Club yesterday afternoon, which was held at the home of Mrs ffete Voto. North Fifth street. J After a short business session bridge was played at three tables. Mrs. Corinne Hall the recipient ot high score prize and travel. Mrs. jAgnea Rae. The dinner will be held in two 'weeks at the home of Mrs. Rae on South Fourth street. KARrTttfXfc PARTY CIVKX A farewell party was given Satur day Bight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Devyak in honor of Miss Julia Devyak of Chicago and Sam LVedimoviea of West Virginia. They peft Monday after spending the part two weeks at the home of their par- nu. A spaghetti dinaer was served and danrJag was eaiored through out the evening. Those present were: Vera and AM j GugllelBMtii. Mildred sua Marr Devyak. Warae GriDini and ' Joe SedimoTieh. ail of Blanford. Al t FolW of Chfcajo and Jake Pa of ' Pittsburg. Pa. i AUXILIARY HOLDS BUNCO ! PARTY LAST EV ENING I Bunco wa pUred at Bve tables at a meeting of the American Legion 'Auxiliary baacw party held lat ; night at the Legion home. Prixea ( vere awarded to Mrs. ClareBc Ma- den, high; Bobby Roberta. buaco: Mrs. Lee Black, travel, and Mrs. Ceorge Sander, low. Another bsbcb prty will be held next Tuesday at 7:S9 p. m- Mra. Anders Hokaaaoa and sob. Anders. Jr.. of Wastboro. Wtocoa-ui are visiting at the home of Mrs. HokansoB's pareau. Mr. sad Mrs. O F. Dam. of Nor-B Kill street-itrt Hokanaoa. before her asarri-was M-4 AarVm Davit. itl I TJ Ml I m 4i-.V. It. I 1 . VJ. ' OL ..tn ou countries world over J : u, . ix-' 'F 3 - J: t . M I ufMYx - .v m VI xl J X' -., y cvx . x Milder . . . refreshingly milder . . . never flat. A pleasing taste and aroma . . . you like it! For the good things smokers want ... the down-right pleasure a cigarette can give . . . Chesterfields go around the world

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