The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 29, 1937 · Page 5
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Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, January 29, 1937
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PAGE FIW The Dally Clintonlan, Clinton, Indiana Friday, January 29, 1937 BIRTHS Mr. and Mis. Hubert M. Shelloll of New Goshen are the parents of a liahy son, Llovd lu imy. burn Tlmi..-i.ty, January 1 I. Tenth street, who recently underwent a major operation M Hie t'n-iou hospital in Terre ll.niie, is fitting along satisfactorily. Mis. Galu-Iih ill i I hud suffered a slight re-'apse sinie she was removed lo her lome. CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Hnbarl Runyiin and baby daughter. , Mm li nn Yvonne, have been removed from the Vermillion county hospital to their home on R. R. 2 last evening. Ernest Dixon, who lias been In the local hospital lor the past two months, was removed to his home in South Fourth hi reel yesterday. KXTIOUTAIVS CI.Ul Mrs. Lon Ileymer of Shepards-vlllo entertained tho members of her Bunco club Wednesday evening at her home. Bunco was played at three tables with high score prize awarded to Miss Norma Waugh: bunco and travel. Miss Margaret Balma. and travel. Mrs. Frank Thomas. Refreshments were served. SOCIAL CALENDAR Mr. and Mrs. Marrold W. Cox of ,ibci tyville are the parents or a uiby daughter. The inlallt has been named Janet KaHii yu and was leu n January 3. Half Moon Club Meet Held Wednesday Night The Halt Moon Club of Centen Card Party of Business Women Well Attended ary held Its regular business meet Mr. Dixon had been injured in an cm ye Sacer ami ronlHe-d to their Mr. a ml Mrs ( Frank Groves are home with the flu. auto accident. George Secoy of North street was William Dutcll of South Fifth street, who has been III with pneumonia for the past two weeks. Is greatly improved. George W. Church of 1028 North ni fo W4'tt Awnr(lI If i Both Mm and Wmnrn; Film tic tally SlMI'CHNful Anson Miller of si. licnlce is seriously ill at the Vermillion uini-iv hospital, vi li ru lie v,iis tain n Tuesday. Mis. Ida .M. I'alilwe,!. v), 1 ic been Miifcr'.ng a lia.tmri I . i ; at the Vermillion Coiiniv b" is gelling along la rly well Mrs. Caldwell. I 0 years ef . . it the mother of II. M. Calii.ell i,l South Fifth street. Mrs. K. W. C .rilinsl-y of ! Main street has been innlile to receive any message from her si i' i . Mrs. 11. W. Illakeman or I.on svilV. Ky., or any of her oilier relatives admitted to the Vermillion county hosp tal yesterday for medical William Cox. of North Seventh mett'efttet with Kighth Btreet. Terre Haute, was a dinner guest yesterday of his sister. Mrs. Ralph Campbell, and Mr. Campbell of South Main street. sheet, who has been a patient at the throat-soothing ingredients Friday TONIGHT Orange l.ode will meet at the I), or A. hall. South Main street, 7:110 p. m. Presbyterian Choir will meet at ,:.1n p. m. . ,. Dauglilers of Annua CIh.h il meet with Mis. Paul Crumley oi 1517 South Third stieul, 7 p. in. Saturday Art Needlework Club -r will meet with Miss Sara Downing at 115 oulli Fifth street, 2:30 p. m. Monday Woman's Club will meet at the home of Mrs. A. D. Spears, South Fourth street. 2 !. m. Monday Itrldse Club -will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs, George Kmilli Main street. 2:30 ing Wednesday evening at the club-room. Guests were Mrs. Catherine Itonucchl and Miss Edith Fassino. ATler a short business session :unco furnished the entertainment, 'ri.ei vera awurded to Angeline 1a:htla. high; Mary Turchl, uun-n and Annette Vercolio, low. The members voted to contribute lo the Red Cross flood relief fund. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Marie Benetti and Mrs. Mary Muzzarelli, The next meeting will be held February 11. Mrs. Angeline Marietta and Mrs. Veda Boliinc will be hostesses. LOCAL BOY AIDING REFUGEES IN INDIANA Twenty-five tables of bridun worr played Ht the public bridge party or lb1 HiiniiiPftB and Professional Women's i-lub hold last night at tho Royal Neighbor hull, Kim street. Both pivot and progressive bridge were played. local hospital for several w-ims. Is of Vicks VapOKUD. letting along satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. James Butcher of Terre Haute were guests last eve Mrs. ottovia Gambaiani of North Prizes 111 progressive .bridge for ning of Mr. and Mrs. Kd Cunning ham. women were awarded to Mrs. Tom Griffith, high, and Mrs. Cecil Harrison, second high, Harold Wise- Charles Clark, esangellst of Washington. D. C. lert yesterday hy-pne for Springfield. Temi.. where he will conduct a revival meeting Miss Marynette White, student of HAL KEMP and KAY THOMPSON hart was the recipient of high score prize for men and R. M. Pentreath. second high. ; ' In pivot bridge Mrs. Don Paine received high prize for women and Miss Grace O'Rourke, second high. High score prize for men was awarded to Pete Guerri and second high. Don Paine. Mrs. 0. It. McGuIre received the free-for-all prize. Although a final check-up has not Chesterfield's Friday Night Show p. m. Sunshine Circle of the Presbyterian church will meet at the homo f Mrs. Samuel Nlsbet, S'-'tl South Firth street. 7:.K p. m. Woman's Choral Society-will meet with Mrs. K. W. I'owell. South lnin street, 7:-KI p. m, Tuesdav n J:: Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Stulti of Kim street recently received word from their son. Raman, that he had been taking part in aiding the refugees In the rlmxled territory of Southern Indiana. He with Lieutenant A'-phans of Indianapolis has been taking air pictures of Jeffersonvllle. Lawreiieehurg and New Albany. They have delivered 2.000 pounds of typhoid fever serum to the stricken territory and have been making four daily trips carrying embalming fluid. Mr. Stullz states that it is impossible for bim to ever forget the sights of the refugees. At the present time he is cm ployed with the Lumberman Insurance Company of Indianapolis. BALLERINI-ENRICI the MacMurray college. Jacksonville. III.. Is visiting at tin home or her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. White Jr., of South Main street. C. M. Robertson and son. Harry, who have been in Blcknell for several weeks, have returned to tbelr home in North Third street. Millard Ray Marshall, who at-tends the Indiana University Medical school at Indianapolis, is spending the mid-semester vacation at the home of his mother. Mrs. Lottie ..Marshall, or South Third street. Mr. Marshall plans to spend the weekend in Chicago. David Griffith, student at Purdue Home Missionary Su-iety or the Methodist Church- -will meet at the mine of Mrs. E. M. Mitchell. South Olghth rtreet. 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Valor .lones will he the leader. Mite hoxeg will be opened at that time. Alpha Chill will entertain their lusbamls with a dinner at the home if Mrs. Agnes Rae, South Fourth treet. 7 p. m. Scout Mothers Chili will hold -egular meeting at home of Mrs. '.. H. Stevenson. South Third street. p. m. Election of officers will be held. Fortnightly club will meet with Miss Grace O'Rourke. Walnut ureel. S p. m. Miss Agnes McGlnty vill be the leader. university. Is spending his mid-se- Announcement Is made of vacation at the home ol ' his ... . ... c-....i..i r nuronis Mr and Mrs. W. T. Gnf- marrlage of miss Aimeue fith of South Third street. Cicero. III., formerly of Clinton, to Jo' 11 Kibhy of South Fourth street spent vesterdiy in Tern Haute at the home of hi:' sister Mrs. Roscoe Russell. John Ballarini of Chicago, formerly a resident of Kansas, which took place January 16, 1937. Attendants were Miss Mary Vig-uocchl and Nick Ballarini. both for yet been completed. the affuir proved to le financially successful. Job's Daughters Plan To Hold Annual Dance Plans were discussed at a meeting of Job'B Daughters held last night to sponsor their annual Valentine dance February 12. The name of tho orchestra and place will be announced at a later date. Twenty-one members and Mrs. Roy Butts, guardian, attended the session. . a MARSHALLS RETURN HOME FROM DETROIT THURSDAY Mrs. Mallie H. Marshall of South Fourth street returned to her home last night from Detroit, where she had been for several weeks. She was accompanied home by her son. Lyle, who underwent an emergency operation for appendicitis at a hospital there. He Is netting along satisfactorily and is now able to be up a few hours each day. Mis; Harshull Is ill at her home. The trip was made by train to Danville, III,, where they were met by a Frist ambulance. . . . mih;k mkkts Forty members of the Pocahontas lodce met in regular session last niKht at the hall on South Main street. A short business meeting was held at which time It was decided to contribute $5 to the flood relief fund. mer i;illUOIl lesiuemo. ... . ii-.,lt ... Miss Marjorie Little of Walnut CLINTON PEOPLE ARRIVED SAFELY IN FLORIDA SAT. Word has been r'eceivi d by Miss !essie Van Duyn of South Fourth street recently that Mr. and Mrs. L-. C. Wright of North Fifth street arrived safely at Et. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richmond street spent last evening hi Terre huve moved to Indianapolis to make Haute. i l"eir hme- ... I Mrs. Harry Hudlin of Falrview. Mr and Mrs. Forest Berrisford who has been ill with the flu and have moved to the Doughty apart- sinus trouble Tor several weeks, ments on Elm street. remains In the same condition. Tla.VPuturdayr Jan. "23. They report that they are enjoying their trip very much and that the temperature is around the S2 degree mark. David riaird of South Fifth .street Is reported to he 111 at IliB home with SPECIAL OFFER 8 O'clock COFFEE MILD AND MELLOW 4 -9 eiCriT1 o'clock y cort iJS the flu. a a Miss Hazel Haase or the Doughty apartments on Khu street is slowly recuperating at her home from the flu. She is, able to be up a short while each day. 3-lb. 49c i- ' . re ag DRIED FRUIT SALE These dried fruit, are healthful and grand tasting! Lay in a gooaiy wyvj - , null litre Bulk onI"" PRUNES Case. 25 lbs. $1.10 Bulk Large Size Case ;5 lbs. 51.95 PRIMES 4 lbs. 19c 3 Lbs. 2bc 2 Lbs. 35c 2 lbs 25c DOUGHTY'S announce FIRST SHOWING IN Bulk 25 lbs. $415 Bulk -. lbs. 2.5 APRICOTS PEACHES CLINTON 8i: 53c 1937 CRISC9 VfilvUv Shortetiins . . ,f is 00 00 Com In to i " KOTEX f Nj SCHICK OHf Y CLEANSING X ELECTRIC UC f TISSUES 1 DRY I . I SHAVERS , KLEENEX 1 Box .,f boo I j 15c2for27c k 25C A $15 ' Nurse Brand . CUlis' ,,.,,oil-r V V Cod Liver c ed HALIBUT A f CdL,Ver Cough Emulsion LIVER OIL j I Tablets, 100 for Expectorant Bx of 50 Capsules fj Jl . IRON A Nurse Brand A McKesson'. L I and Yeast Y Antiseptic f Rubbing 1 Tablets Solution Alcohol r " Pint fJA Pint 39c COFFEE Red Clrel. Eith .nd Full Bodied or Sp.ft.rttl Ion. 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