The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 28, 1937 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, January 28, 1937
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PAGE THREE The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Thursday, January 28, 1937 fed western Inlllhs, $1 0.25 W 1 "fill hulk slaughter ewes, $4.00 5.00. top IB. 50. Coast Guard Off to Flood Area Duty CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES SOCIAL CALENDAR Past Chief's Club Elects Officers For Ensuing Year Card Party of Business Women To Be Tonight Thursday CHICAGO. Jan. 2. Livestock! HOGS. 20.000; 25c lower than vesterdiiVs best: holdovers, 3,000: top. 1.000: hulk. 19. 0009. 90; e-avv.; medium, 19.75 Ti 10.00: light. $9.05 9.95; light lights, J9.l5ff9.90; packing sows, ?C no fi 9.110; pigs. 17.O0fr9.40. f'ATTI.K, 4 500; steady. Calves. 1 HUM ; learv. Id ft steers: good nnd choice, f 1 0.00 ff 1 4 .35 ; common end medium. 10.50 ft 9 50 : yearlings ... f ' 1 4.S.V Butcher cattle: heifers ". no ft 1 ? on: ' cows. 4 00 'Si ? hulls. 4.r,ftft 6.50: calves, '".ll'lifi 1 I.HO; feeder steers. fi.50 i X 75: Mocker steer. t.'i.r.nTi. 7.75, "eke r cows and heifers. 14.00ft) Memorial Services Conducted for Mrs. Jeanm-tle lliitfon. Mn. Klixnhcili Kill New l'i evident Piirty to be at Royal Neighbor Hull, llm Street. VarlfMiN Prirrn Will Me Awanled IX """"" 1a VT viri 9 4 I 1 The annual election of officers of the Past Chiefs Club was held last night at the home of Mrs. Pleas TONKiHT K. of P. lodge will meet at the hall on niackman street, 7:30 p. m. All members und former members are asked to attend. Methodist Choir will meet at the church, 7 p. m. Eagle Lodge to meet at the hall In South Main street at 7 p. m. Job's Daughters to hold regular business meeting at hall on South Main street. 7:30 p. m. Pocahontas lodge will meet at the hall, South Main street. 7: SO p. m. Kelcheliner of South Fourth street She was assisted by Mrs. Allen Mc i;..-.o. SIIFFP. II 000; sieadv; medium .ml i hoice lamlis. $10 floifi;lo.05: eiiils anil common. $ S.Oll W 9.50 . cmiiihiiIi linil choice ewes. IH.OOffT i; .mi; feeder lambs, IS 50ft.9.50. Friday CHICAGO. Jan. 2S. Wheat futures com jniieil to lose ground to-(i:iy willi opening prices to Mc li.uer lh:iii yesterday's close. Coin (Iroppeil :fk to Si' nini oats i III "kC YVIIKAT: May. 1 21 4 -" j ; July, no '.- ': Sepc. l'i'-,--'S4. (dl(: tnewi Mav. 1HK1; July, 102 ; Sepi.. 97 OATS: May. 4S7i-49; July. 41; Sept., 4 il '),-. Phail. The newly elected officers for tin ensuing year are president. Mis Elizabeth Ellis; vlrepresident, Mrs Joe Shaw; recording secretary. Mrs Me.Phall; treasurer, Mrs. Nora Wilson; and chaplain. Mrs. I'd Kuhy Outgoing officers were president Mis. Hurry Moore; vieepresident Mrs. Shaw: recording secretary. Mrs. I.yrtla Hushes; treasurer. Mrs Mi Phail. and chaplain. Mrs. Ellis Following the election memorial services were conducted for Mrs Jeannette Brilton of New Goshen who died recently. The Huh voted to give a $1 contribution to the Flood Relief Fund. Games were enjoyed with prizes Daughters of Amona Class will meet with Mis. Paul Crumley o( 1547 South Third street. 7 p. m. Friday Bridge club will meet at the home of Mrs. Coen Robertson, South Third street, 1:30 p. m. Happy Hour club will meet In Morgan's basement, South Main street, 2 p. m. READ THE ADS With their surf-boat packed on a flat car behind them, these members of the U. S. Coast Guard are shown at Jersey City, N. J., as they give the Atlantic Coast a farewell look before invading a new sea the freshwater tea where the swollen Ohio River has taken possession of thousands of homes. Saturday Markets Art Needlework Club will meet with Miss Sara Downing at 115 South Fifth street, 2:30 p. m. PUBLIC BRIDGE PARTY at Royal Neighbor Hall Over lliinghly's Store (Sponsored by Husliiess Women) Thursday, 8 P. M. Price 25c Honor Students At Sacred Heart Announced Today 2S. I.i v- i INIilAN'AI'Ol.lK. .Inn Monday M a ry M a i'rh rrt N'a u y , Anna I 'a a I i e-l o, Joan M D(,na!(I. Mary f'af hcriiif Porter. Joan Murdock and Mali'-Sodora. (;iadj 0: Itohf rt rorr. Clria Mar-ari and J'atty Lou MiConnll. r.rad" 7: William Coldf-rhank. J oil n ftuii'M't I'aMtv;io. Kra ilka lint; romiani. K-tty Uirk'T. Alv-f-na Cra-iiain, Mary Ann Kaiir and f.-mti-iii" Mi'hf-line. Grade S : Gloria iV-r.-ro, Mari-Marietta, Anna Kasuhjak, I.i- ti-r Nolle, iiorothy FtoMkoVf-nnky, .l;.rit'S Whh. Rofp Tiala; O'liai.i, Dorothy Toulty. KrajK'-s V. akzak. Jains Mooiify and Hi-l' ii Vnte, m Woman's Club will meet at the home of Mrs. A. D. Spears, South Fourth street. 2 p. m. Monday Bridge Club will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs, George Sarver on South Main street, 2:30 p. m. Sunshine Circle of the Presbyterian Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Samuel Nisbet, 820 South Fifth Btreet, 7:30 p. m. stuck i HOCK. .'.'Hill; holdovers. ?,72; lin-ieienlv 10c lower to Hie higher. ln lo 22f. lbs.. SI". 15ft I o.l!": to 250 His.. Sl' 10,20: 250 1 III SOU His., $!l 911ft 10.1 0; :illll til I 40U Itis,. $'i.i;uft 'j.kii; ll'.O to l'!0 I Mis.. 19 25 ft lU.On; ion to I 211 lbs.. 50ft 9.0U: sows hleaity to we:ik. ! mosilv S9 00ft 9.25. CATTI.K. 9o0: calves. 5n0; flow. 'we;,k III lieevenlv InWiT nil plltctic- allv all killing classes: ni"st steers , a ml yearlings. I7.ooft9.oo; heileis !in vi ry limited demand, early salis ' Jli Snft 7. 5H; beef cows. $4. 75ft 5.75; cutter -grades. t2.75ft 1.25: top sausage hulls. $0.50; vealers weak lo mostly 5oc lower, good and choice. H2.nnVi 12.50. SHKKI. 4,0011: sheep and lambs sicaily: good and native and awarded to Mrs. Clnra Gilmour, Mrs. S'.aw and Mrs. Celia Scullion. Refreshments were served to twelve members and one guest, Mrs. Evan Adams. The next meeting will he held at the hall on Blackmail street February 24. At that time a pot luck dinner will be served. BRIDGE CLVB MEETS Two tables of bridge were played at a meeting of the Wednesday Bridge club held at the home of MrB. Raymond Foltz on South Main Btreet. Mrs. Dow Mitchell received the high score prize and Mrs. Larry Nation, low. The next meeting will he held In two weeks with Mrs. Marvin Houston on Elm street. HOSPITAL NEWS Odell Archer, Jr., who underwent an appendectomy several days ago at a hospital In Gary, iB getting Honor roll mikI.-mih ;i( the Sjicn-H IlVurl Hi'linol wire :i inioi iifi-it luday an fullnwH; flraoV f Itnymon Ix.'iiz ro, ,l;n k Kldnr and liarNaru Stanloii. flradp 2: O-rif Av- Julia Ann 'janini and Jjolnivs Vy oy. fli ad' :t : .low-ph l''.-in-r;i k. I;n l in Ftf-iiifro, .Mary Ann Ibllnik. Mildrnl DuhHrnerk and Joyi-f Mr'Jow. (I rade 4: Mart ha (inu-i l'as v-n-to, Lucillf MiiRkil, Kir-hard MrLcsli, Eloist? M .In mi, An I hony Oi-itc Kn-viKto, Lindii Lff forritdo ami rios-Dirkf-r. Grade ',: J an CalN'n'i-H I'ortr. WANTED Hides Iron Rags Metal and Paper Highest Prices Paid A. Dumes Water Street Annual Dinner of Sorority Held Tues. Basilian Monks Basilian Monks were founded by St. Basil, bishop of Caesarea, in 358 Metropolitan Opera Star tells why he prefers a light smoke ' along satisfactorily according to reports received here today. His father. Dr. Odell Archer, who has, been visiting him. for the past several days, is expected to return tomorrow. . Lanritz Melchior says: BIRTHS The annual chicken oinner of the Gamma Gamma Sigma Sorority was held Tuesday evening at the home or Mrs. John Swlcknrd of South Third street. The guests were Beated at one long table, which was beautifully decorated In the color scheme of pink and white. In the renter of the table was a large bouquet of pink carnations and white chrysanthemums. Place cards also carried out the color scheme. Favors of white chrysanthemums were given the guests. Immediately following the dinner a business meeting was held at which time the members voted to contribute $10 to the flood relief fund. Games were then enjoyed with prizes awarded to Mrs. John Carnell and Mrs. nachel Bozarth. The next meeting will he held February 9. the place to he announced luter. Mrs. A. Henderson Entertains Club Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nolan of !or South Fifth street, are the parents of a baby boy. Franklin D.. born Monday evening. nrldRR players of the. oily are lonkinjt forward to tonight for the pnlille bridge parly of the nusiness and Professional Women's which will he held at the Royal Neighbor Hall on Elm street over Donghty's Slore. A large crowd is anticipated. Hoth pivot and progressive bridge will he played with games to begin at 8 p. m. Prizes for both men and women will be awarded as will a free-for-all- prize. Anyone wishing to attend may get a ticket from any member of the club or at the door this evening. Circle Holds Meeting, Birthday Party Held The Queen Esther Circle of the Methodist Church held a meeting Wednesday after school at the home of Elizabeth Ann Manshlp, South Fourth street, Twelve members attended. The lesson on "The" was well given by Maria Lou Adama, followed by a special number by Martha White. Following the business session Mrs. Manship then entertained with a birthday party In honor of her daughter. Elizabeth Ann. who was 14 years of age yesterday. A large cnke. lighted with 14 candles, was served to the guests. Contests furnished the entertainment with Bessie Harden and Virginia Lee Stewtart the recipients of the prizes. The next meeting will he held with Mary Louise Paquette in February. Officers, Teachers of Sunday School Meet The officers, teachers and their assistants of the Christian church held a meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Dow Mitchell on South Seventh street. During the session plans were made to reorganize a Christian Endeavor at the church and to hold a teachers and officers training class each month with Rev. H. H. Wagner as the teacher. Tentative plans were discussed to hold contests In the Sunday school in the near future. Following Is a list of new officers for the Sunday school: Bob Barber?, general superintendent; Henry Well-man, adult superintendent; Miss Mary Charles, junior superintendent: Mrs. Everett Lyday. secretary for all business meetings; Miss Audrey Hixon. secretary of the adult department to replace Miss li ma Mackel. She will have as her assistant Mrs. Ruth Perona. Harry Cail is the newly-elected treasurer to replace Miss Mary Blair and Miss Irma Mackel is pianist. The next meeting will be held in February at the home of Mr. Well-man on Mulberry street. Mrs. Tom Lewis Hostess For Club Meet, Guests Bridge was played at four tables at a meeting of the Idle Wile club held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Tom Lewis on South Fifth street. Guests were Mrs. B. C. Huffman, Mrs. G. K. McGuire and Mrs. Byron Anderson. Mrs. Corlnne Hall received high club prize; Mrs. Anderson, high giifst. and Mrs. McGuire. travel. The next meeting will be In two weeks, the place to be announced later. Sorority Members Hold Business Meet Mrs. Max Johnson and Miss Esther Marie Kelly entertained the members of the Trl Kappa sorority at the Johnson home laat evening. During the business session a letter was read from the state president, Mrs. Georgeann Kinnison of Goshen. Ind.. advising the local chapter to assist the local Red Cross as much aa possible to alleviate the distress in southern Indiana. Th-? members voted to contribute $10 to the flood relief fund. Mrs. Curtis Louden will entertain the members at her home In two weeks. Lovetta Evelyn Keller, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Kelley of 640 Vine street la ill at her home with bronchial pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. John Wardrop of Indianapolis are the parents of a hahl son born Saturday. January 23. at the Methodist Hospital there. The infant, the first child in thr family, weighed seven pounds at birth and has been named John Driscoll. Mr. Wardrop was formerly a resident of Clinton. "The hardest test I can give a cigarette is to try its effect on my throat after hours of intense rehearsal. I've found that a light smoke meets this test. And so, although I am not a constant smoker, I favor Lucky Strike for the sake of my throat. And, incidentally, so does my wife. When we go back to Europe we never forget to take along a good supply of Luckies." (i z : - C - f ' -J s ' i " ",i)l8ISO ' Members of the A. B. C. Club met last night at the home of Mrs. Albert Henderson on South Fourth street for their regular busiuess meeting. Plans were made to give a $3 contribution to the flood relief fund. After the business session bunco was enjoyed with high prize awarded to Mrs. Charles Straw: Mrs. F. M. Hart man. bunco and travel, and Mrs. D. O. Burgan, low. The next meeting will he held with Mrs. D. O. Bureau of South Firth street in two weeks. BIRTHDAY PARTY SUMMIT CROVE SUMMIT GROVE, Jan. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Little and family have moved from the Hire property on state road 63 to the Home, hinack property ut Summit Grove. Molt Miller went to Brazil Wednesday on business. The King's Herald meeting will be held Saturday afternoon with James Fox of Hells Prairie. Mr, and Mrs. Carl Miller and son and Chas. Tuggle were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Es-chol Mack. Sataa Gels Credit "Satan," said Uncle Eben, "giti credit for temptin' some men dat he je' let go deir own way without interference." QUIET YOUR NERVES A.n independent survey was made recendy among professional men and women lawyers, doctors, lecturers, scientists, etc. Of those who said they smoke cigarettes, 87ft stated they personally prefer a light smoke. Mr. Melchior verifies the wisdom of this preference, and so do other leading artists of the radio, stage, screen, and opera. Their voices are their fortunes. That's why so many of them smoke Luckies. You, too, can have the throat protection of Luckies a light smoke, free of certain harsh irritants removed by the exclusive process "It's Toasted". Luckies are gentle on the throat! Trim Cope of IfH Ml IRS. l Plum St. Middle 9 town, Ohio, Mid: 1 felt vrak. bad budArhet i.a plenty of bikcht loo. VMOciaird with functional dtaiujbaiirtx 1 txk lr. Pierce i ioritt Pieacnp-lioa M a toe it and it tc an appetite and I lei like a new otttoa alter ib ?. Btry at yarn druopat todty '. New wtm. tablet So crau. liquid $1.00. Larfr due. tab, or liquid. il 35 CofiMb Dr. Pierce Ci.nic. Buffalo, K. V A birthday party was given last evening by Mrs. Leonard Vinco of North Ninth street in honor of the anniversary of her son, William. Approximately 25 guests attended. Various games were enjoyed during the evening and refreshments were served. The inrant son of Mr. and Mrs William Adcox of Fairview is seriously ill at his home. John Reynolds sustained a seriously Injured back when he stepped into a hole while at work on the WPA project today. He is expected to return to his work tomorrow. Miss Lolita Faraco, who attends the Northern Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago, is expected here tomorrow to spend the weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Faraco of Fairview. - Mrs. Margaret Giiiero of Morgan street is confined to her home with illness. Mrs. Elizabeth Walters of west of the city, who has been confined to her home for the past 14 weeks with illness. Is a little Improved. THE FINEST TOBACCOS-"THE CREAM OF THE CROP" OLD FOX BROS. MINE On Cromptoo Hill No. 5 Vein NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Coal Out and For Sale Operating I'nder New Management Wheeler 5c Co. A Light Smoke "It's Toasted"-Your Throat Protection AGAINST IRRITATION AGAINST COUGH rutrTfattlt l1?? Th- Am-rle.. TMtfcMTO HmW1

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