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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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PAGE THREE The Daily Clintonianf Clinton. Indiana ianci Thursday, January 21, 1937 RECENT REPORTS FROM KLONDYKE Cutting Enhanced Value The diamond's supremacy in the gem world dates from the discovery of the so-called "brilliant" method of cutting, which reveals its full beauty. - Kills Mate With Baby in Arms CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES Mrs. Pete Nora Entertains With Parly; Refreshments, Music Enjoyed SOCIAL CALENDAR Anniversary of Robert Burns To Be Friday Night i if I Bridge Party of Local Club Will Be January 28 Hlllne W.MIiellV I'llbllr rnrljr l lie llel.1 lit R! NelRbbor HhII, Kim Wrwi Xr i Mrs. r lossjfJHartmnjdHiJ' "" V' ; Enraged at the spectacle of her estranged husband sitting In an automobile with a lady friend. Mrs. Flossie Hartman shot him In the head live times as she held their child under one arm. The slaying occurred in Cleveland after Mrs. Hartman had arrived there from Dunkard. Pa., aeeking a reconciliation. Mrs. Hartman told police that "everything just went red" Short Interviews KI.ONIIVKK. .Ian. 21 .---'Mrs. I'.-tc Nora enterliiliieil several friends nt her home will a parly. Those p rem-nt were the Mis.-. Miiruiir. i Ann and Elinor Itul'iitl 'la, Clirl" Una All'ola. ItoKctiniiv and Alice Mallioila unit Julia. Kay ami Mar) Kandera of Saiiilytn" n. Itctre-li nieiits were served and music. -rordlon and saxophone, was furnish ed. Mrs. Nora spent Sunday ill the home of her parents. Mr. and -Mis. John Kandera of KalldWown, and Mr. and Mrs. Nora and Julian Kandera sient Monday in Indianapolis. .Miss Frances Varda spent tin weekend with Miss Helen McGinn of Clinton. Margaret Ann Itiiffultola is mil fined at home with a had cold. Mr. and Mrs. John Matlioda aiol son. Si. spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Fiatichetto! and family of Sandylown. j Frank Osella spent Monday in , Terre Haute. Mr. and .Mrs. Pete Nora anil Elin- j or Rulfattola and James Nora spi nt Sunday night in Terre Haute. j Mr. and Mis. Pete Franclieiio of Sandytown spent Saturday with Mr j and Mis. Hock Giacolletti, I Pete Nora and Erne-t Kuflaio! spent Tuesday night in ('enleunr James Nora spent T:ii.r--!ay a.' 'ernooii in Pari. 111. Pariily liii-J Prj'Jy bird is the r-sme among English - Freaking persons in the Ea::t for various ljird frf"iintin rice ftoJdf;, especia-' sc 'erol kinds of small while rrc Chc:-s w.cs ft i M u.tn pmm- icenre in America by Ben jo nun Franklin. Tancht Settlers to Plant Corn An Indian named Squanto taught the early settlers in New England to plant corn. The earth was exposed to the sun hy girdiing the trcps and burning the branches and underbrush. Four grains of corn were then dropped at four-foot in-1 tervals into openings and a fih was placed in each hill as fertilizer. Phesi Colds Best treated without "dosing" COLUMBIA THURSDAY ONLY "The Return c Sophie LangM with GLKTRUDE MICHAEL SIR GUY STANDING Comedy "Stop, Look and Guess" Short "Say It With Candy" 10c and 15c PALA Those SUJE1TS Better urry! ROSENBLATT'S No Need "o SHOUT IT From Housetops . . AT ,3 CLINTONIAN WANT-ADS DO IT BETTER ! C Itnloiiian Want-Ads tret I.-II1 each house . . . and thev always attract attention! Let them do the rh'iuttnis and buy or sell for vou! Tonight munw nv i unc At L 10c-25c Thursday TOMKHT Letter Carriers Auilllary will meet at the home of Mrs. Hoseoe Walker. Blackmail street. 7 p. m. Methodist Church Choir will meet at the church 7 p. m. HHlf Century Auvjllary to meet at 7:30 p. m. at the club room In Morgan s basement In South Main street. ' Job's Daughters will hold a council meeting at the hall on South Main street, 7:30 p. in. I Phllathea Class of the Baptist Church will meet at the church. 7j p. m. Each Member Is asked loj bring fruit. A. A. A. Club will how a meet i .. . ti.., knmii it r Mm l.nuis (lia wiK at "" - . noltl. Anderson street, 7:3" p. m- Eagle ;lodge to meet at hall in South Main street at 7 p. m. I Friday Outing Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Tom Griffiths at 2:00 p. m. The Current Event and Art Club will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs.' Roy Butts, Crompton Hill, 2 P, m. Monday Monday Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Ora Curtis on Blackman street, 2:30 p. ni. Archers Entertain With Dinner Party Dr. and Mrs. Odell Archer of west of the city entertained with a dinner party last evening for the enr-ployes of the WPA relief office. Dinner was served to the guests at two long tables decorated with bouquets of roses. GnesU attending were Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Simmons, Mr. and Mrs Andy Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Jobu Roberts, Mrs. Ann Davis. Mrs. Mary Daniels, and the Misses Wilna Eller. Marie Gosnell, Helen Hedges. Clen ola Eberwine. Margaret Crosby and Arminta Spencer and Ernest Jones. Games were enjoyed during the evening with prises awarded to Miss Eller and Mr. Johnson, Mrs.' Mc.Guire Hostess For Bridge Club Meet The Wednesday Bridge club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. G. R. McGuire on Blackman street. Guests were Mrs. J. B. Sline. Mrs. Charles Walker and Mrs, George Kamoi. Mrs. W. B. Nichols was the recipi ent of the flub prize and Mrs. Walker, the guest. In two weeks the club will hold another meeting at the home or Mrs. T. B. Silverman on South Fourth street. ; J MRS. WHEAT ENTERTAINS Several members of the Delta Theta Tau Alumnae met in regular session Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Esther Wheat on South Main street. Bridge was played during the session with high score priie award ed to Mrs. E. A. Boyd. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Boyd on Blackuiau street February 17. BKIItGK fLil'B MivKTS Mrs. Carrie Leeds of Blackman street entertained the members of her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Bridge was played at two tables with prices awarded to Mrs. Clay Neal. high, and Mrs. B. C. Huffman, low. Mrs. Neal will be boBtess for the next meeting on February 17. Mrs. J. L. Homey and Mrs. J. A Wiltermood left Tuesday afternoon for Los Angeles. Salif., where they will visit Mrs. Horney's daughter. Mrs. Harold Dyer. While there they will visit their sister. Mrs. Ara McLaln at San Francisco, Calif. - Mrs. Rebecca Lyons of Hawes- vllle. Ky.. is visiting at the home of her son, Lon Richey. and Mrs. Richey of North Fourth street. HOSPITAL NEWS Vrn Cecil Ktraugbn. of west of Clinton, underwent a major opera tion at the Vermillion county hos pital yesterday. She Is getting along satisfactorily. Mtb. M. M. Doyle, who is patient at the local hospital, is improv- I I Olcl.rnHf.il to be H-'l.l ! Moose (lull. (liHl'le Hclllllts nml on helm lo furnish Music for IMnrhiR Scotch people of the city are look ing forward to tomorrow night at which time the Robert Burns Anniversary will he held at the Moose Hull on Blackman street. The concert will begin at 8 p. m. Music for rtane;ng will be furnish-! crt by Charles Schulti and his or-I chestra or Montezuma. The rollow-inc program has been arranged: songs by Mrs Acnes Rae. Mrs. Wal ler Hurnsldc, Mrs. O. W. McReyn-nlrts. William Jardine and Anna Mc-l,atchle. Mrs. Nlla Leonard Cooper will present several of her students in acrobatic and tap dance numbers. The Rawley Melody Belles will also entertain with several selections. This is an annual event or the White Heather Circle and a large crowd is expected to attend. Officers Elected At Club Meeting Election of officers was held at a meeting of the I Deal Bridge Club held yesterday ' afternoon at the home of Mrs. Pete Voto on North Fifth street. Mrs. Don Doughty was elected president: Mrs. Marlin Lanzone. secretary and treasurer, and reporter. Mrs. Mabel Glasson. After the business session bridge was played at two tables with high score prize given to Mrs. Harley Youmans: travel, Mrs. Lanzone, and low. Mrs. Voto. The club will hold Its next meeting at the home of Mrs. Charles Vogel on South Fourth street in two weeks. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS AT FOLTZ HOME WEDNESDAY Mrs. Raymond Foltz of South Main street was hostess to the members of the Good Time Bridge club at her home last night. Miss Le-nore Amati was a guest. Bridge prifces wwere awarded to Mrs. Homer Ingram, high; Mrs. Frank Kamm, travel, and low, Mrs. E. P Lowry. Mrs. Wilford Doolin will entertain the club at her home on South Seventh street in two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Ray lefl Sunday for Normal. III., where they will visit Mr. Ray's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and MrB. James Ashley. Mr. and Mrs. Ray have returned to their home at Lynch, Ky.. after visiting at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waugh. Bunco Club Meets The Wednesday Bunco club met last night at the home of Mrs. Jack Williams on North Third street. Bunco was played with prizes awarded to Mrs. Ren Church of lana. bunco; Mrs. John Foster high, and Mrs. Lou Ritrhey, low. Mrs. Guy Southard, guest. The next meeting will be held at I lie home or Mrs. Ritchey on North Fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Purgan or South Firth street had as their guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kntulup and Mr. Staulup's mother, Mrs. Anna Staulup. all or Carbon Orv Hood Stronger Urv wood is to and a rial! times trunger than when it is grean. Fourteen Presidents Masons Only fourteen Presidents of the United States have been members of the Masonic order. Cartes Brought Long - Horns Cortez, the Spanish conqueror, brought the first long-horned cattle to North America. When the railroads came the long horns did not Bt well into cattle cars and other breeds were developed. The Third Degree The third degree is the psychological method used by the police in the United States for the purpose of forcing the truth from a person under arrest. It consists in continuous and relentless questionings, lasting for many hours, or even days, until the prisoner, if guilty, is morally compelled to give way and confess. Loonie Ritchie and his ton, David, of 239 Mulberry Street have moved to 129 South Main Street. (Below offiee ftf lr. t-rrish ) Final plans were completed for I he annual brldce party of the Business and Professional Women's Club at a meeting held last night at the Clinton Hotel. Miss Olenna Miller van In charge of the business session. Miss Esther Clayton was general chairman of the meeting and wa assisted by Mrs. Helen M. Krekler and Mrs. Archie Nolan. The bridge party will be held Thursday. January 28. at the Royal Neighbor Hall over ,Doughty's on Elm street. At that time various prizes will be awarded throughout the evening. The committee In charge of the affair Is composed of Miss Mary Charles, chairman, Mrs. H. A. Moore. Mrs. Justlna Rom. Mrs. Pete Gur-rrl and Miss Miller. The public Is Invited to attend this party and tickets may be obtained from any member of the club or at the door. Other committees for the affair are as follows: prizes. Miss Mabel Acord. cnVrman. Miss Helen Newport and Mrs. Moore; place. Miss Marguerite Jones and Mrs. Nolan: refreshments Mrs. Guerrl, chairman. Miss Mary Marvel and Miss Mabel Mills; candy, Mies Clayton: card tables. Mrs. Mallle H. Marshall; cards. Miss Ruth Richards, and tallies and chairs. Mrs. Etta Frist. During the business session plans were discussed for several members of the club to attend a council meeting to be held at the Claypool Hotel at Indianapolis on Saturday and Sunday of this week. At that time Mrs. Thompson, state president of the local organization, will preside at the meeting. Miss Kathryn Starbuck of Sara-gota, N. Y., chairman of the International relations for the national federation, has been engaged as the principal speaker. She will be a re presentative at the annual confer ence of the Cause and Cure of War. which will be held at Chicago the following week. The local club is invited to attend. An Invitation was extended to the members to attend a meeting there on Sunday, March 21. Judge Cam- file Kelly, a talented speaker, has been engaged to give a talk at the time. At the conclusion of the business session -plans were made to hold a Valentine party for the senior girls of the Clinton High School in February. Miss Mabel Acord will be in charge of the meeting. Immediately following a playlet written by Miss Esther Clayton was cleverly given. Those participating were Miss Barbara Carrera. Miss Viola Vantura. Miss Marguerite Jones. Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Nolan. Refreshments of barbecue sandwiches coffee and mints were served. Mrs. Lawrence Shannon Honored With Dinner A surprise birthday dinner wan beld yesterday for Mrs. Lawrence Shannon at her home on Sycamore stnpet by several relatives and friends. At noon a covered dish luncbeou waB served. Guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paine, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Martin. Mrs. R. E. Peck and children. Mrs. Doris Drake and daughters. Mrs. Mary Reed and children. TVlrs. Ann Nolan and Mrs. Charles Ferguson and son. The afternoon was spent socially. Dickie Clacoletto, small son of M r. and Mrs. Joe Giacolettd of North Ninth street, is confined to h'.B home with pneumonia. Mrs. Mary Daniels of Rosedale is vjniting this week at the home of Pr. and MrB. Odell Archer of west of the city. William Dutell of South Fifth street is confined to his home with pneumonia. ( BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Carl Louder of Terre Haute, formerly of Clinton, are the parents of a baby son born at their home Tuesday. January 19. The Infant weighed 19 pounds at birth and has been named Donald Rny. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pessetti. or North 11th treet are the parents of a baby boy. Joseph Andrew, born Sunday. Jan. 17. Mrs. Pessetti was formerly Miss Margaret Rose Vargo. JONESTOWN I). B. PLANS SESSIONS Everyone Invited to Take Part in Revival Meetings lo Open January 1 JONESTOWN, Jan. 21. The Ke-vival meeting at the Jonestown V. B. Church will becin January 31. An open invitation alis b'-cn ex tended. Mr. and Mrs. Laswdl anil daughters. Vera and Velma. and Mrs. Omer Osborne and daughter. Alberta were shopping in Clinton Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James 1'ri'e called on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Unison or Newport Sunday altertioon. Rev. and Mrs. Mumford ;iud son. Paul, from Perrysville and diu enter, Mrs. Ilone Childers. and baby from Sheridan visited friends here, recently. Mrs. (Irin Ko spent Saturday with Mrs. Kd McCown. Mrs. Brownie Wilson and daughter. Frances Mali'-, sjicnt Tii"sila with Mrs. John Miller of Tennessee Valley. Mr. and Mrs. James Hutson and family spent Sunday ith Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greene and family oi t'rompton Hill. Mr. aud Mrs. Sara Cleghorn and laniily and Mis Mary Gorhain spent unday In Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Glaze were in Paris Saturday evening. Ernest Glaze and Ills mother. M r'f p C!.. .-", -ppi't Sunday evening with Mrs. rr.rt '' and 'ami'" jnd Sam Cox of Hillsdale. Mr. and Mr; Fred Gregg visited his mother and sisl and Hut attirdai night. Mrs. .lame I l.av Mrs. rence. silent Tnesdav Anna Sm i l li of SeolHnnd Mr. and Mrs . Bruce spent Sunday alio! noon Glaze and family. Mrs. Oriu Igo snent Ih Pearnian with Mrs. 1 1 li i rlii : with Mrs. Kd McCown. Mrs. Brownie Wilson and daughter. France's Marie, spent Tnesdav with Mrs. John Miller of Tennessee Valley. Mr. and Mrs. James Unison and family stu-in Sunilav with Yl. and Mrs Frank Greene and family of Crompton Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cleuborn ami raniilv and Miss Vary Got ham spent Sunday in Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. I'arryl Glaze were in I'uris recently. Mrs. Ii-ss t.snorti and eliiidnn ot Conn Hollow- and Mrs. O. rar Church of liana called on Mrs. Brownie Miller and family Saturday night. Mrs. Dan Brig lit visited Mr.). Brownie Miller Sunday evening. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On No mutter how minv medicines you have tned for vour couch, cheat coid or bronriiial irritati..n. ou can g relief now with Creomulsion. Ecnouj -rouble mav be breini? and you can--lot a3ord to take a chance w:Oi any-h'.ng 1" than Creoroubaon. winch ;oei right to the scat o: the trouble o aid nature to soothe and heal the nflamed membranes a.- the qerm-laden hkvm is loosened and exoehed. Even if other r-metiies hijve fa:led. ion't be di.-eourairea. your anu:i:--t is ur.horized to guarantee CreomuKion uid to ref una vour mmey i; you are not .B'ifed w.tl. rewilt-. Jrotr the vry first juuje.Ci-.-tCrmmuksioariib.tnow. lAdv.) CHICAGO George L. Daugher-ty or Niagara Falls. N. Y.. an official ot the National Association of Retail Clothors and Furnishers, predicts colorful attire for men and asks a categorical question: "Why should iiv-ii he more afraid of color than womi n It is the peacock that hay t tie rancy color and design--ro the peafowl." 11(11. 1. Y W'KIll John H.irr. inoi " reveal:; his attempts at a reconciliation with Kliine Tlirrie have been mile: "I k- r-p calling on Hie phone and asking to talk to Elaine, and all I get is a curt: 'She's not in -to you.' What kind or a bm-im-ss is that. I ask you?" I'll I XCETOX. N. J - J. Edgar Hoover tells the Princeton university undergraduate newspaper that there is no jealousy in the redeial bureau of investigation: "That FBI is a 'we' organization, and not an T oi-ganizal if.n." BEVERLY HILLS. Cal. Charles W. Nash, auto magnate, offers a tried and true formula for success: "Honesty, hard work, sacrifice and saving." Early Absentee Voting Absentee voting bcan in Massachusetts in lfi.'i-MS to permit frontier towns to vote in Bosnt,. The Council oi Ten The Council or Ten was fout.ded j 8t Venice :n the Fourteenth cen- I tury and berame an important part j ot the Vene'ian constitution. ; Sheep Goddes In Iri?h, mythology. Damona was the sheep goddess or the podde-s or cattle. Dana was the mother of the gods. 10c WED. & THURS. 25c A HEADLINE STORY THAT'S NEW -AND BETTER THAN ANY YOU'VE EVER SEEN! hi HI cirtte I w FROIIT PAGE . f n iu o n"d LOWE . GLORIA STUftRI I G I N I B mil'. CXtvcM by Horry mom toba fVtril. 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