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January 22, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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PAGE THREE The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Friday, January 22, 1937 Home Ec Club Meets CLINTON SOCIAL SOCIAL CALENDAR GIRL SCOUTS MEET (lirl ScoiitH (if Juliette I. owe Tnmp ami tin; Sunflower Troop of Hill ('rest ('(immunity Oiitfi', mt last nif-'ht at Hill Crnst. During thf ItiiHlnesH inri't inn pljttiH vt;re ilis-ciiHSHtl pertiiinluK to demonstration work io lit' rarrii'd on by I h' hls diirliiH tin fiiHuliiK yoiir, I'Imiih with u) ho lormuliitiMl for (he cliiitin of thi troop 'omnijlti-f-fl. A Jilny will In- kIvwi Ijv ilie iih-mi-lioiH of thf StihlloWiT Troop liu'ihK K'-hruiiry. Ihc Hm i lo ! hiiimouk -) IlltlT. NOTES Mrs. Ed Ruby Elected President of Circle enl. Mrs. Ed Ruby was elected pr dent of the Pythiun f'lriln at a meeting held yesterday afleinoon at I the home of Mrs. Robert Anderson,' South Main street. Mrs. Anderson Is the newly elected vliepresident. and Mrs. Angus Stevenson, keeper of records. Following the business session n social time was enjoyed. Ttiose attending were Mesdantes Sarah Van Horn. Mallie Morris. Mat lie Johnson, David Jenkins. Agnes Mackie, Stevenson. Miss Edllh Stitvenson and Miss Thelma Morris. Mrs. Fame Everwine was a guest. Mrs. David Jenkins of Soulh Third street will he hostess for the next meeting at her home in three weeks. Annual Dinner of Class Held Thurs. The annual dinner of the Ladies ntble class of the Christian church was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. A. Hess on Elm street. This dinner was held In honor of the newly-elected officers for the ensuing year. 1 The entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Hess and Mrs, Dan Tate. Following the dinner contests were enjoyed with prizes awarded to Mrs. Glenn Bridgeman and Miss! Lucy Marshall. Members attending were Mes-dames Emma Hutton. Ira Taylor Prltchard. Halston. H. H. Wagner. ' John Charles. Janet Scott, R P. j Shattuck, Harrison, Tate, Guy j Southard, William McMillan, E. J. j Hayes, Shell Turbeyville, Tom Mac- N'air, Coen Robertson Ed Cunning- ham. Pearl Sears. The next meeting will he with Mrs. D. J. James. South Seventh street, with Mrs. Hutton as assistant hoVtess. AIXII.MRV MEKTS Mrs. Roscoe Walker of Hlackman street entertained the members of Hie Letter Carriers Auxiliary last night at her home. A short business session was held. The next meeting will he held at the home of Mrs. James Wallace, Walnut street, on February 11. 1 i Mr. anil Mr. Don Doughty und ' hilili n of lUnrk man Hi rit u ml Mrn. It u t tt SIm-w mid daughter, Virginia, of Kim SircL hput yesterday in DidiunapnliH. .James SraKKhirl of North Mm h Htreet in conliind to hifl hom with puoumouiu and hromhitis. John Mulatto of North Nin'h strfft Ih confined to Inn homi' with UIuhhb. .lfrrtd Itf-rcpf (mi Mrs, Ifnry King of South Sixth strft attended a rcapiioii hHd at Indianapolis tfci-ntly uiwn in honor of Alfred Krrk. who is grand irt-jHiiriM- nf die 1tt.il Mfii'u infill i.f I Indiana. . 1 i ii ty mm;t MSTI'0KI Hfcausc ol' th iiMlt-nn-nt wi-ail, t Die tri-connty mwhnj?; of th '(. aiiontan .uif!f. whi-h wjih to have! Ii"-n wUl at Wist T-irn Haute Mon-' day Mvi'iiinjr. has h'-t'ii insipom-d fur j (wo weeks. ( COUGH DROP medicated with throat-soothing ingredients ot Vitks VajxiKub. Men's White Handkerchiefs Reg. Size 3 for Fine Quality . . . 10c A. A. A. Club Holds Initiation Services Initiation services were conducted for Miss Helen Donna at a meeting of the A. A. A. club held last night at the home of Mrs, Louis Clanotll on Anderson Street. Guests of the club were Miss Ade line Valente and Miss Rita Itlrnuda. During the business session plans were made to hold a Valentine parly In three weeks at the home of Mrs. John Colombo on Ewing street. Prizes In lumen last evening wre awarded to Miss Clara Aveualll, high; Mrs. George Vandevoorde, bunco; Miss Margaret Clnolio, low, and Miss Valente, guest. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. . . Mlirphv Store Employes' Hold Party Last Night A party for the employes of the G. C. Murphy Company was given at the home of Mrs. Elmo Pastorius on Elm street. A social evening was spent and refreshments were served. Those attending were Mrs, Claude Vletii, Mrs. Marjorie Harwood. Mrs. William Spence and the Misses Thelma James, Wanda Johnson. Naomi Somes. Myrtle Irene Payne, Mary Lou Donna, Margaret Blower, Chris-Una Scullion, Sally McLeish, and Lucille Daugherty. Guests were Mrs. Oran Reed and Miss Rose Helegda. LOCAL WOMEN ATTEND MEET AT INDIANAPOLIS Among the Clinton people who attended a council meeting of the Pocahontas lodge at Indianapolis Wednesday were Mrs. Henry King. Great Pocahontas of Indiana; Mrs. Clifford Vilalie. first Great Scout; Mrs. Carl James! Mrs. Robert Reynolds and Mrs. Grace S"lres. William Houston of Soulh Fourth street Is recuperating nicely at his home following an operation at the Methodist hospital at Indianapolis several weeks ago. rorxcii. holds meet Thirty-three members of Wau-keena Council, 117, Degree of Pocahontas, met in regular session last night at the hall on South Main street. A new member, Mrs. Johns of Terre Haute, was present. After the business meeting bunco was enjoyed. Prizes were were awarded to Mrs. Franklin Jones. :.Mrs. John' Dunsmore, bunco. Brandies Wines Cordials Insulin U2O-10cc 81c U40-10cc $1.13 Fever Thermometers 89c to $2.00 jsC.. I I mi 1i When sickness comes, two aines stand ready lor your call youi doctor and your diugqist. Consult your physician, follow his instructions patroniie the drug store that justifies your The regular business meeting of the Hell's Prairie Home Economics club was held yesterday 'afternoon at the home of Mrs. Forest Mack, norlh of I he city. Mrs. AusHn Maye. was the assistant hostess. Roll call was answerid by each iiieiinier displaying old Jewelry and giving a history of that parlirular article. Mrs. Ernest H.iitIiikIom I'live a liilk on "The I h;i Hi' II r:i I ion of the President." Ilefi eshlni Ills were served al III'' dine of the meeting. Mi-itiliiTH unending were Mes-ihnnes 1 lurry Ivy. Nathan Clilsler. R;iv Manillierslr y. I,i-wls Ite.'d. Harrv Frlsl, Henry Mitchell. Tnrl .lfihnon. Roy James. Harlow Frist, lierschi'l And'Tson. Victor Ran- dolph. Sam Taylor. Fred'; Meyres. Sam Savton, Charles Barnhart, Aus- li,i Mayes. Guests were Mrs. Paul Cnni'h'y. Miss Wilma Xickies and Pally Krist. The net meeting will be held Kehr'lary 18 at the home of Mrs. John Meyers. Mrs. Fred Meyers will be the assistant hostess. Mifs Veronica Kernagis. of North Seventh street, is to spend the weekend in Chicago with friends and re!;; ives. Miss Mary Lou Donna of Hlan-ford was the guest last evening of M1ss Myrtle Irene Pa.yne of Klin street. Mrs. .Viable (,'lasson of South Main street and Mis. Babe Rrookliank of Lrord spent yesterday In Indianapolis. Mis. Fred Ewiog. Mr. and Mrs. Ifal ry howdy. Miss Colilie Itilclte-sdh and George Falls attended the funeral or ilii-ir aunt. Mrs. Miralila Shoemaker, of Terre Haule, yester-?;.y afternoon. Charles Massa, of 730 North Nijith street, who has been ill for the past several weeks, is improving. Men's Covert Pants Sanforized f . Shrunk Work SOCKS i At a Saving! J Serviceable! J 3-25 Mixed cotton in blue and Z brown. White elastic top, white reinforced toe and heel! Built for wearl All Leather $H98 OXFORDS pr. Men's Flannel SHIRTS Si..- IIJ to sisiissssHasssimssii (Je.oiKo Viso, Iium 1n;eu able to re-turn to hiH work aflor an injury he sustained to his hand about four W!Hka ago. Don't Pass Up a Chance on These Special Suits ROSENBLATT'S zzz Better Buy Now! "RONDO" 4 f PRINTS yd. X , Next shipment will be higher ! Through planned buying we are able to offer you these values. They're real bargains! Prices are rising every day" BUY NOW! c Ea. Be Here On Time! 81x99 Wizard Jr. SHEETS Belle Isle Cases 10c Close Out Odd Lots 93 Ladies' SHOES Flour Sack SQUARES Lmtndfre& Ready to t'ae New material t torn, no-bloched flour sack squares, for the softest, maat absorbent of dish towels! Buy a supply at this low pries! Fancy Socks Serviceable Comfortable! 111 Fine socks of pure silk and rarocl Mercerized top, beet and toe phis very tugb spliced heel that wlU stand the strain I Bargain priced I f laude VietU sjicnt yesterday in(n!gn; Mrs narence j..., Monday Monday Bridge Club will meet at the Inline "f Mrs. Ora Cuills on Blackmail sheet, 2:3" p. in. Tuesday Pylhlnn Sisters will meet at the hull on niurkninn street, 70 p. m. Delia Thela Tail sorority will meet al the Business and Professional Women's cliilirooins, 7:4.'i p. m. for business meeting. Thursday fiamma Gamma Sigma sorority will hold Its annual dinner at the home of Mis. John Swicknrd, South Third street, 7:?.fl p. m. Woman's Missionary society of Hill Crest will meet at Hill Crest at 2 p. m. Pocahontas lodge will meet nt the hall. South Main street, 7:30 p. m. Friday Rebekahs will hold a meeting at 7:30 p. m. Marriage of Young Couple Announced The secret marriage of Miss Ber-nice Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Taylor of Marshall, Ind., and Raymond Crafton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crafton of Rockvllle was recently announced. The young couple was united In marriage at the Methodist parsonage at Paris, 111., on December 31, 1936. They were attended by the bride's sister, Mrs. Harry Lindley of Paris, and Mr. Lindley. Mrs. Crafton was graduated from the Marshall High School and Mr. Crafton the Rockv-ille High School. Mr. and Mrs. Crafton will reside in Roekville. ' EXTKItTAIXS aiH Mrs. Frank Thomas of Shepards-ville entertained her club Wednesday evening at her home. Bunco furnished the entertainment with prizes awarded to Mrs. Evan Pugh, high; Miss Margaret Balma, bunco; Miss Gloria Waugh, travel, and Mrs. Lewis Drengacs. low. Following the entertainment refreshments were served. Our Store In Alway in Charge Electric Heat Pads A $1.98 $2.49 I $3.49 SALVES ALVES FOR CHEST RUB Vicks Salve 35c and 75c Baume Bengue 75c Nurse Brand Analgesic . . . 39c Nyal Analgesic Balm .... 50c Pine Balm 25c De Witts Vapor Balm 25c McKesson Albatum . . ,47c COUGH'SYRUP Cillis Creosoted Cough Expectorant 89c Meritol Wild Cherry with Eucalyptus and Guaiacol 35c and 65c Pine Tree Expectorant . . .50c White Pine & Tar. 25c & 50c Honey & Horehound 25c-50c Pine Balsam 25c & 50c Honey-Du, creosoted .... 69c Creomulsion, $1,25; 2 for $2 Creosote Emulsion 98c RespamoL for hard, racking coughs 50c Nyal Aspirin Tablets Excellent for colds and fwvar, neu ralgia and rheumatic pains. A tablet in water as a gargle checks throat inflammation. bottle of 100 5 crain tablets 39c Cod Liver Oil Purr, orwegian P. 69c n? Anniversary of Bobby Burns To Be Held Tonight oik and Dim Tonight nl Mikmi' Hull, llliukiiuin Hirer. - Final arrangements have benn iniilclcd for the Hobby Hums cou rt and dnnee to be held this eve ning at the Moose hall on Blarkman itreet. This anniversary, an annual fvent, la given under the auspices of he White Heather Circle. After the concert, which will be-In at 8 p. m., a dance will be en joyed. Music for the occasion will furnished bx Charles Schultz and orchestra of Montezuma. The following program has been Irranged for this evening: John fhomaon of Terre Haute will enter- Li in with several Scotch songs. Oth- r songs will be sung by Mrs. Ages Rae, Mrs. Walter Burnslde, Mrs. i. W. McReynolds and Anna Mc-.atchie. Mrs. Nita Leonard Cooper tolll present several of her students In acrobatic and tap Glance numbers. The Rawley Melody Belles will also ntertain with several selections. Newport Bride Honor Guest at Shower Wed. In compliment to Mrs. Clair Van- 'Rant. formerly Miss Frieda Gnl-llllanis. of Newport, a mlscf Uaneous J shower was given Wednesday eve-I nlng at the home of Miss Mary Brock. She was assisted by Miss Eernlce I. Plttman. Contests were enjoyed during the vening. Prizes were awarded to IrB. H. V. Nixon. Mrs. Sumner J. brown and Miss Marjorie Allison. I Immediately following the honor fcueflt was presented several gifts. Those who assisted her in opening jihe packages were Miss Vera Aston fend Miss Margaret Holllngsworth. I The guest list Included the Mes-Jlames Oner McMasters, Freemont lughes. Richard Asbury, Brown. .ewis Sims, C. E. Beebee, Arlow Brazael, 'Ward Richards, C. B. hooper, D. L. Colllngs, Dora Stew-fert, D. P. Williams. Nixon, E. E. jjS'eil, Robertson, Forrest Barker, nd Donald Peek and the Misses iuth Noggle, Holllngsworth. Doyne olling8wortb, Helen Broady, Lu- llle Pittman, Marjorie Allison, Hel- Newlin, Norma Jane Asbury, ertha Sawyer, Vera Aston, Eliza beth Ann Higgins, Martha Harriet Ebipps, Anne Wilcox and Alta Marie olton, Mrs. Ellen Johnson, Mrs. argaret Vincent and Mrs. Mabel rruse. Shower Given for Mrs. Harry Shannon A surprise miscellaneous shower Iwas given last evening in compli ment to Mrs. Harry Shannon, for merly Miss Ethel Provence, by her mother, Mrs. William Provence, and Mrs. Lawrence Shannon at the home of Mrs. Shannon on Sycamore street. Mrs. Harry Shannon plans to leave next week for Detroit, where sher husband is employed. Bunco furnished - the entertainment of the evening with high score prize awarded to Mrs. L. Shannon: bunco. Mrs. Everett Lyday, and low, Mrs. Provence. The honor guest received many nice and useful gifts. WAS IT A WILD MAN) A novice might have been a little startled yestprdajr had be happened upon a certain ridge south of the Powder Mill. In fact, he might have called the police thinking that a wild man van loose and threatening the scouts that were scattered here and there through the woods. But In reality It was only Lester Prout, senior patrol leader of Troop 64. building a fire without match". His rapid trips down through the woods with his big hunting knife in one hand and his hat in the other, his hair flying In the breeze, were only anxious efforts to keep the home fires burning until his scoutmaster. C. C. Pearce. would an nounce him successful in his last test for Eagle Scout. The officers of Troop 64 met last night to plan for a better rating of the troop. Plans were made for the National Scout Week at which time get-together meeting of the troops. their parents, and the public will be held. It was also decided for Troop 64 and 75 to hold separate meetings in the future. A W. V. A. meeting will be held tonight. Word has been received here that Imiinnapolis on business. sssssBaBassaaaassBBBBBssasssaBssi of Competent, Registered Pharmacists to Fill Your Prescriptions. AGAIN WE OFFER Towel Remnants Large Size Only Goes On Sale Saturday Morning AT 10 O'CLOCK! EVERY DAY When You Are Downtown Arrange to Lunch With U. Noon Lunch 20c 25c 35c I . , . . , Nose Drops & Inhalants Nyal Nasal Drops with ephedrine 35c Mistol Drops 25c & 65c San Tox Vapor Inhalant . . 35c Vapex 75c Whiso Inhalant 25c Si Nok 75c Vicks Note Drops . 30c & 50c 6 6 6 Nose Drops 25c Nurse Brand Nose Drops. 49c THROAT GARGLES Nurse Brand Antiseptic Solution i-iiii Pint AQr llotil.- T& EHxW T S 28 35c & 65c Vlerftol Gargle 35c & 65c Vks Antiseptic. .10c & 35c Pepsodent Antiseptic ... 1 9c, 39c and 79c Listerine 25c, 50c, 75c IBox of 500 'j CLEANSING V , I TISSUES J) "OX-HIDE" OVERALLS Full Cut Sizes Bar Tacked Durable Parva Buckles 220 Wt. Denim Large Pockets Men's J)c Boys' JC Buy How! Ng Be Special Lot Men's TOPCOATS QQ " Also Heavy 'iIm Ladies' Ravon Taffeta SLIPS Ea. 3f Men's 10 WoU UNIONS Low Priced! Good quality, winterweight scion. Nicely made! Cfot-Urette neck. Foil standard sires. Cray. Snugly warm! . MEN'S Union Suits Winter Weight ;:f.:. if mm --- Keep snugly warm ia txiese comfortable aniens ot nna ribbed corroa Plat collarette . neck, fall standard sizes! Exceptionally priced I VITAMIN PRODUCTS AT NEW LOW PRICES Cod Liver Oil Concentrate Tablets each tablet equal to teaspoonful of cod liver oil in vita mini A and D; bottle of 100 tablets for 98c; 250 tablets $1.98 Cod Liver Oil, pure, Norwegian, U. S. P. full pint 69c Cod Liver Oil, super-rich, full pint 98c Haliver Malt with Viosterol, 8-oz. bot. 89c; 32-ox. $2.79 Malt Extract with Halibut Liver Oil, 12-oz bottl- 98c Haliver OiL plain, 50 capsules, 84c; lOcc bottle 48c Halibut Liver Oil, plain, box of 50. cps 84c; 1 lec bot. 48c Haliver Oil with Viosterol, box of 25 capsules 97c See bulk bottle for 73c Halibut Liver OiL Nurse Brand, Fortified with Natural Vitamin D, box of 25 capsules 97c; 6cc bottle 79c ABD Opsules, box of 25 for 97c ABDG Capsules, Nurse Brar.d, box of 25 for 97c Wbeatamin Tablets, vitamins A, B, G, E, intended to improve vitality, bottle of 80 tablets 98c Alcott's Iron and Yeast Tablets, bottle of 125 for. . . -69c 30c Cl 60c Henry Owens, who has gone west for his health, la improving.

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