The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 23, 1937 · Page 3
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January 23, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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PAGE THREE The Daily Clintonian, Clinlon, Indiana Saturday, January 23, 1937 PALACE 11 P.M. MARTHA SAYS: CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES littlo home with ruffled Vrs. Dow Mitchell SOCIAL CALENDAR I BbbV B? Concert, , f have curtains. Gives Book Review uance vveu Mirenaeu Spider Vbs As Bait Webs spun by huge spiders on the Tobriand Islands oil the New mo-nea Coast have been used as bait by the native fishermen for centuries, says Popular Mechanics. 1he.:e spiders weave extraordinary tough webs in which small bird3 are trapped. When they go fishing, the natives collect the web wind thctTi into a bnil fin a small wooden fi.-.mc and cat olT their .ong twine line". Any fish thai bites into that l.ait nine- eni:itif;led in the .ii.ii". of 1 " U- Apes, (ireat l.eapers Apes of the gibbon variety are such agile trapose performers in tne trees that they al e said to make swinging leaps of nearly fifty feet. Monday J Af Club Meeting John Thomson Jim! William .lanlim of Tern Hand- on I'rontttii.. 'i-m ! Will He for Chat-ltable Work I Meeting hrlil at home of Mrs. .Monday Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Ora Curtis on Blackman Btroet, 2:30 p. m. Italia, fronnrton Hill 1 ' J v. r ' ,,' I- ' ' , I V ' ' A, ' ' ' 431 if , ' ; - Thought Tor the mouth of January: f n' v 1 vow this year that I will work I. live, laugh and lift And guide iny home with steady ltulirl Nor suffer It to drift Ml try to make this blessed year My best and then If I fail ill '37 Next year I'll vow again. Tuesday British Govenment In formal law, the government of Britain is carried on by the king, acting through ministers and officials appointed by him: and no one, civil or military, may legally perform any function until the seals of office have been transferred to him by the king, or he has received a deed of appointment witii the king' sign-m;:nual. laoies ( ne.n J fakers ill tbe n-cs some lriHij;-iimi nictlimU in dealing with hciuIii-lond racket cmmm1 in his lale ji. t I . "Great (iny." . ! An optimist is the woman who washes his dirty neck and ears, patches the seat of his little trousers, takes the old nails and dead bugs out of his pockets, kisses his freckled little nose and after he starts off to school, stands at the door watching him and pondf is the (jiiestiou "Shall I live with him in the white house when he becomes president?" Mra. Dow Mitchell gave all Inlor-Mng book review "The Lost Onti-ratlon" by Mux I lie Davis at a mentis of the Current Event and Art lub held Friday afternoon at the omo of Mrs. Roy Butts, Crompton Mil. In her talk she explained the resent problems of the youth of to-ay and what the older generation rill have to do In solving the prob-?ms that confront them. During the business session plans ere made to hold an institute on The Display of the Flag." A re-ort was given Btating that 48 tow-Is had been distributed in Clinton y the nfembers of the club. These DwelB. made by blind women in a lome near Indianapolis, are distrib-Jled to the various clubs in the cit- m. ' $ Current Events were given and efreshments were served after CHICACO, .Ian. 'j:l.- - Livestock: HIKJS. H.n'Hi; st'a(iv: holrl-'ver The ann-inl Hobby Burns roiirerl and dunce given Inst niht at tho Mnose Hall on Rliirkmaii mivet under the auspices of the Whit'1 Heather Circle was well attended t'onsidfrinn the inclement wrath nr. John Thomson and William Jn-diiw wt II known soloists of Tine Haute. pii tort allied with several vocal si-lrciions. Several Scotch songs were sting' by Mrs. Tom Mr-Latch ie. Mrs. Walter Hnrnside and Mrs. Acnes Ft;"'. They bad as th"ir .n-cnnipatnst Mrs, Archi" Carmich-ael. Another feature of the evening was leveral acrobatic and tap dance numbers givf n by the students of Mrs. Nit a Leonard Cooper. Mrs. Charles Sha iiunn was 1 lie pianist. The fiawley Melody Belles; a irirln orchestra, entertained willi several numbers. Following tin concert a da nee was enjoyed with music furnished by the Dreamland All Stars Orchestra. The proceeds will he used for charitable work in the city. KLItl KAHS IKL1 M FIT Members of the Itebekah IimI'p met in regular session last niizht at the I. O. O. F. hall on South Main LUMBIA! I CO hulk. '.i.iufi .", ffi 1 H.4" ; im-ili lialll. fHl.l."i. . . !l.., a il 1 u. '.'Jt ; r,il rti '.t.'.t't; lVl- "ill", top. 110.1.-1 111. to; heavy, iln urn. ilii.-'.'i f'i lu.4." lu.45: ligln li;-h parkins sows. In the late 1S70'S a dress reform hit Germany, the idea iieju that wool was the only covering for tile human form. Even tTie handkerchiefs were of wool. SUNDAY AND MONDAY adv. Calve $7.ni tt ii.s',. CATTLK. luu: st Inn; steady, licit si gon.i and j X choice. H--,,,,'l' 1 i . r, I : ct lemon and ni'-iliiiln. 5 Ton 1 1 . 'ill ; yiailings, $7.ii"fl 14.4U. Il'itf her eaMle; lleifers. $.( 12.2T. : i-ows. $ I.?.". (u X. 'in; Initio, J-.nui T.iHI; calv :;. The snow is on the ground and thi! wind whistles, hut who cures, the shops are full of sales of material and it is an ideal time to get tiie family sewing done and the linen closets replenished and when the warmer weather comes more time w ill be available to spend in I he flower garden, or other recreation. It i ! : i i I I ' it -rs. ;.n ,vVlHI 'd (I h'iteiS ; li" 'Mill'; T-" ft 1 : . nt' f, :.ini $s..',il 1 lull; feeil.T fn s.T j ; siorker sii 7. "tii: slot krr cews fi.lm 'iv 7.IMI. SII,:KI'. 5.i ; si" i.ml Clio c 1 lalll'i. (Litis awl ciiiiiihimi. i ye:i rlintis. The clothes of the average man r,u i'fi li.llil ; Vc,i- Street. Following a short business vt.M, fl)Ur ,imes mucl, as the av-; "' "'''' ' lambs. s . II ',i '. Minnehaha club will meet at the IihII on South Main street. 7:30 p. m. Delphians will meet with Mrp. Arthur Tombaugh. Blackman alre't, 8 i. m. Moose Lodg! o meet at the hall on Blackman street at 7 p. m. Pythian Sisters -will hold a not luck dinner at 6 p. m. nt the hall on Blackman street. Following installation services will be conducted. Tuesday Bridge club at the home of Mrs. Byron Anderson. South Third street. 2 p. m. Mothers club will meet at ll'c home of Mrs. Raymond Gilfoy on South Third street. 2 p. ni. Tuesday Luncheon Bridge ('lub will hold a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. R. M. Pentreath. Blackman street. Pythian Sisters will meet at the hall on Blackman street. 7:30 p. m. Delta Theta Tau sorority will meet at the Business and Professional Women's cluhrooms, l.i'o p. m. for business meeting'. Wednesday Wednesday Embroidery club will meet at the home of Mrs. J. F. Adams, Blackman street, 2:30 p. in. Wednesday Bridse club will meet with Mrs. Raymond Foltz, South Main street. 2 p. m. Past Chief's Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Pleas Kelsheimer of South Fourth street, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Allen MVPhail will be the i;u istant hostess. A. B. C. Cluti will meet with .Mrs. Albert Henderson, South Fourth street, 7:30 p. m. Idle Wile Out) Mrs. Tom Lewis of South Fifth street will entertain the members, 2 p, m. Thursday Eagle Lodge to meet at the hall in Sooth Main street at 7 p. m. Job's Daughters to hold regular business meeting at hall on South Main street. 7:30 p. m. Gamma Gamma Sigma sorority will hold its annual dinner at the home of Mrs. John Swickard. South Third street, 7:30 p. m. Woman's Missionary society of Hill Crest will meet at Hill Crest at 2 p. m. Pocahontas lodge will meet at the hall. South Main street, 7:30 p. m. Friday Hebekabs will hold a meeting at 7:30 p. id. Happy Hour club will meet in Morgan's basement. South Main street. 2 p. m. erase woman's, but her handbag irhich Marguerite i.Marie Butts en-rtained with two piano aolos. The next meeting will be held in ;ro weeks at the home of Mrs. D. O. Burgan, South Fifth street. Surprise Party for Georgeann Slover A surprise party was given re-ently in honor of Georgear.n Slover t her home on South Ninth stre-t iv a group of, her friends. Cootie las played with the recipients of he prizes being Marie Lou Adam find Louise Jeffries. Refreshments were served at the close of the party. Other guests attending were Marv Louise Paquette. Helen Rae. Elizabeth Mansbip. Virginia Shew. Pat wayne. Lucille Stulti and Betty Ruth Baxendale. i f ENTERTAINS CLUB contents weight two ami one-half i times as much as his pockets. sessioii bunco was played. Prizes were awarded to .Mrs. I). J. .lames, high, and Mrs. Vern Bennett, buii'-o. Refreshments were served by Mrs, William Hilhouse. Mrs. Dan Tate, and Miss Amelia Kuhertsou. FRED MaeMURRAY -JACK OAKIE JEAN PARKER novo holam . ioward iius A Poiomounl ficlun ProduciJ nd dlrecltd i fCutf M&l. Colored Comedy lt0IFT5 FROM THE AIR" Fox Movietone News 10c and 15c Tested recipe: 1'ainale lie Put four cups boiling wat sauce pan. One feasponn s alt and CI1K ACO. Jan. 23. -Wbe.it in 1 1 1 r-s continued lo in"vc ipivve u a' .1 tmlay with iip-"iiim pre-es litc-h;:!!-' d In I'm, r. Corn w.'s '( to C;'-' off and oats 'M lo '-c l uver. Weakness ill l.ive'-,,(ril. vt ;' prici s finished l'i to 1 penc-lover, was I h'- it' nressirr." '.e'l 'i'. miii pi g start. -ii 1 1 -. ot i. ' im ii ing prii ; s hci '1: WliKAT: May. 1 -7 'i : July. 1 1 2-Sepl., i'-:. CilliN; I in w l May. o7 i : Jul;. . lo:: i, ; Sept.. y : ' i . OATS: May. 4 1 T ; July. 4 .; ; Sept.. (inH-i-. LAST TIMES TONIGHT u?te Jones in "The White Eagle" Comedy: ' BASHFUL BUDDY" Sport Short ONLY 10c Mrs. Grace Jacobs of Kansas City. Mo., is expected to arrive in Clinton today to he the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.. tine. .South Main street, for several days. To Sponsor Slipper A chicken supper will he served at the Fairview Methodist church Tuesday evening by the Builders' class of the church. The Ladies Aid of the Christian church held its annual dinner Thursday at the home of .Mrs. A. A. Hess. Kim street, instead or the Ladies Hible elass as was previously, announced. add slowly one cup of corn meal stirring briskly while adding, until it makes a thick mush. Coo!. IP-at two tablespoons fat aud fry one onion, about the size of a walnut, minced, until it is a light brown. Add two cups chopped beef and fry until slightly brown. Add two cups canned tomatoes which have been run through the colander, 1 teaspoon salt, two pimentnes. chopped, and two teaspoons of chili powder Cook for about ten minutes, stirring constantly. Line greased caswoJc with mush, fill center with meal mixture, cover Willi uiilsli and hale in a moderate oven about 4a minutes. MARTHA. The Chinese Classics The best known of ti e Ci ;"( ' wriie's were C'.rf'H' t- ;r ii I. tse. wbo.-e vrit 'i"-'s are known as tir.' Chinese cia: 1 :cs HERE'S STARTS 11 P.M. ALSO SUN.-MON. ,i FALAC1 ii DYNAMIC : : -9 I ' r " w"! ff I 10c SUN. MON. TUE. 25c " '' 1 - Mrs. Tom Griffiths of South Third Itiect entertained the members of the Outing club at her home Friday afternoon. She had as her guest. Mrs. Robert Griffiths. . Bridge was played at three tables with high score prize awarded to Mrs. E. A. Lewin, and travel. Mrs. Cecil Harrison. X Mrs. Everett Helms will be host-Ms for the next meeting In two weeks at her home. i Meeting Postponed $ The meeting of the Tuesday fridge club, which waB to have been eld at the home of Mrs. J. F. wayne. South Fifth street, has been postponed for one week. IMrs. Swayne Is confined to her ome with illness. ... j Mr. and Mrs. "William Tim merman have returned to their horn1 at 1122 South Fifth street after a several wenks visit in Texas with friends and relatives. Herhert Sampson of North Eiphth gtrept. who underwent an operation 1 -vr' IT m m arm I i ' . :(-" .. -.-'W it-f-.-l. J,- . . . -" . li - r- rt I wi : u -s . -1 s 9 Mr SIMM I T M - rlsSl t Jt Zi Musical Romance I'm I J)l7Xzfy "Legend of the Lei" j y t f gf$iPfCtCO' F"" Movietone News X j Q " , rJ 'I ?. 3 o ' o j e O i 2 1 X JJ4EfirCTUR& I "L.o.ng flaccs 1.. 1 nomas , - r , r- jJJrM,...i.....iii.i...iiJ.-.iL.i.i .. ... , !tt " '- ' HOSPITAL NEWS James Gorman, who has heen a patient at the Vermillion County hospital for the paat ten days, was removed to his home in Dana today. ! i THE THRILL IN A MILLION! :! ' . Qt V . yo el I s ...and if you live to be a million... jj - k T I Ylk you'" never have another like it! j ! Vx . n a Aroxy ' ; ni ' .m. v:- .Mrs. Euna Loudnn, of Mullprry street, who hag heen ill with pneumonia, is improving. for the amputation of his leg. i? pettlne alone as well as can he ex pected at his home. Mrs. Katharine Hinns and son. Krcole Bunin, of North Kihih street, has been taken to the St. Anthony's hospital in Terre Haute for medical obeervatlou. lames Jr. of South Third street iave returned to their home after risiting Mr- and Mrs. Alhert Sim i rid Mrs. Goldie Jenkins of Went Mrs. Lillian Dowdy, uf the Itii k lt Mine iieiKhborhood, who is a patit-nt at the local hospital, ih i m proving. rerre Haute. Othfr guests there were Mr. and Trs. Donald Foltz and daughter. Mrs. Kftie Searing, who has hin seriously ill at the local hottpital. is improving. Hanley Hillyer. who sustained injuries in a mine accident several days ago, is iinprovinp. He it con-liiifd to the local hospital. phtripy Louise, and Mrs. Emma purr of t'niveiKHl I C lilcken lliuuer (11011 I A chicken dinner was given in ftouor of Mtaj-)on "Slim'' Torando butt Wednesday evening. Guests were: Joe Giovanini. William Vinco. 6'uo Ferando, and Charles Hyde Fallowing the dinner a short talk ias given by the honor guest. H:iry Wagner of 1221 South ixth street Is reported to he seri William "Billy" James. h" is patient at' 'the In ion hutspiial Terre haute, is greatly improved. Mr. James was injured in a mine accident several weeks ago. ously ill at his home with the flu. Billy Joe Capps was removed from the Vermillion county hospital to his borne in North Twelfth str?et I jonn unmour was reminca iruin (he home of his daughter. Mrs. Evan i flams, and Mr. Adams of Walnut tree, to bis home at Ttjrre Hatit'j his week. Mr. Gilmour was Injured In a fjiine accident several weeks ago. ie is getting along fine. Jackie Lee Adams, small son of Ir. and Mrs. Gran Adams of Wai-jbut street, ib confined to his home ith the flu. Woodchuck, 'Whistle-Pie' . In the Great Smokey Mountains National Park, along the North Carolina and Tennessee border, the local name for the woodchuck is whistle-pig- 5 n---'V' V: :0 R .-imm.k EXTRA ATTRACTIONS rj I YW'" li' '&'-T'M:l2 N LUNSFORD and His Band NEWSoftheDay REVUE 0 O i -l. ' ' S f t TON ITE jl DR. B. H. SELLERS IMIiol.ll ItM.I. WKK.HTS :,o 1 TEXRiTTERin Heading fr the Kio urande J; J FRANKIE DARRO in "WOLF DOG'' COMEDY yj . Ferguson of South Fifth I H. M. . TOMTE LAST TIMES "WILD BRIAN KENT" RALPH BELLAMY, MAE CLARKE "Ace Drummond Comedy Novelty fHreet is expected to arrive home to- DENTIST 249 i South Main Strel Clinton, Indiana jpay after spending the pant lew days fet Washington, D. C. ooeoeose2Q&t)Qcc33oec$ooooooo

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