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Page Three The Daily Cllntonian, Clinton, lndiani Wednesday, February 3, 1997 I. F. A. Club Elects SOCIAL CALENDAR Scout Mothers Club Officers For Year CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES Elects Officers at Meeting Tuesday Wednesday TONKillT flood Time Brldee Club -to m at 7 p m. at the home or Mrs. Fred Miller, ?,V Nebeker street. Men's Bible Class or the Christian Church will meet in th basement or the church, 7 P m. At that Pythian Sisters Club Entertains Husbands, Guests At Dinner Tuesday HOSPITAL NEWS Hetty Joan Hok. who underwent an appendectomy at the Vermillion county h-tfpiiiti about n-n days ago. .ias removed In her home in Blan-f.ii .1 y. sl.-t day. Mrs. Cecil sirauiihn was removed to hoi- home In Clinton It. R. from the local hospital yesterday. Mrs. Klm.r Clover who has been :t patient at the Vermillion comity hospital for the past month, wai removed In her home ill lilallfol.l In. lav. Joe Cunningham, was removed from the local hospital to bis home in Vine street today. Conduct Services for New Officers Mrs, Joe Moore was elected president of the Scout Mothers Club at a meeting held Tuesday afternoon Local Girl To Be Married On February 28 Mi-fllllK Held Home of Marie Lou VImiiis, Blackmail SI reel Marie Lou Adams of Blackmail stieM entertained the members of the I. F. A. Club at her home Monday evening. The evening was spent so. ialiy and contests were enjoyed. Prizes were awarded to fieoige Ann Slover and Elizabeth Mansllip. During the huslmss session plans were made to hold a party in Hi" time Boy Scout Troop (1.1 and Mr. Shattuck's Class will be guests. Skipper Wilson of Terre Haute will be the Rpeaker of the evening. at the home or Mrs. O. H. Stevenson. South Third Street. Other officers are secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Mayme Williamson, and reporter. Mrs. Charles Doughty. Mrs. Henry ;llroy Acted ax Ill-lull-Iiir Officer for i:-nliiK Dinner Served Ml Home of Mrs. An-iii h Hue, Kolilh l-oiii-th S i ! Thursday A delicious dinner was served for Impressive Installation services mr.riiir.tetl Inst niuht for the II Naomi Aniuikln Gives Pnrty For Ml (Jerli-uile MtKennejr, Ilrlilo-elert of John Mllli'r American l.et-lon Auxiliary--will meet at the l.e2ion Home. South the members of the Alpha club and iheir husbands at the home of Mrs. newly -elected officers of the Pythian Sisters with Mrs. Henry (iilfoy Third street. K p. m Miss Naomi Annakin of South Senior W. W. ;. tilrls of the lla-e Agnes Hae. South Fourth street, last night. as the installing officer. She was t:-ar future and an e)e,i,,:i of ori'i-,,rs was held. The m-wly el.-, t-d officers are: president. Palri- i'l s'waync; secretary. Kl is- .Meyer, and t re;iul'er. Vii'-'illia Shew. Metiers attending were lb-Hi" HnX' ndale. El se M.---r, Mary Fnnrih street deliKhtt'ully enter tlt Church Will (tneet at the Dinner was served to the guests Mr-'. Freeman Kesuer or South .ii-tii street iiud-rweiit an operation t'u is morning at the I'nion Hospital ,1 T' it'- Ha ii"-- tained wilh a surprise party at hei church. 7 f. m. at small tables beautifully deronit- home last nleht in compllmpnt to Missionary Society1 if the Baptist Outgoing officers are piesldent. Mrs. Oeorge Walters, who now resides in Chicago, and secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Stevenson. During the business session plans were made to observe guei-t day at the next meeting on March 2. which will be held at the home of Mrs. Douzhty. South Fourth Street. At that time each mother is asked to extend an Invitation to any mother, who has a son in Scout Troop GT The club voted to contribute $T. to u,e Flood Relief Fund. Church -to meet an l he home of d wilh vases of rosebuds. After the dinner bridge was MlflB Gertrude MnKenney. bride-elect nr John Miller of Wisconsin. nlaved at six tables wilh liieh score BIRTHS After the guests assembled small assisted by Mrs. Clara f.ilmour. grand senior. Mrs. Felix bullion, grand manager, and Mrs. Harry Moore as pianist. The new officers are: past chief. Mrs. Edgar Mlnnlch of New fioshen: most excellent chief. Mrs. Robert Wood: excellent senior. Miss T.eona Anderson; excellent Junior. Mrs. Mary Rellassa; mnnager. Mrs. Or-irude Jones; keeper of records. Mis talleys. In the form of envelopes were distributed to the quests an I.OiliS' I'aqiielte. --tl Hae, T- gillia Shew. Viri-ii.ia L-e Stewart, l-atrica Swavne ;md two t'u -'s, .lean 1,'ae and I'a't .' ia H. nni". The net llie.tlt.t' will le- ii'l-l a' lln- home of li.-t'ie Bit vend;: e on South Main street I'.-lu ;i;.i y 1 T, . Mr a:,. I - Max I -o an- t he pa Tils a l.ai.-.- ' I l.i.ru al 111'- Vel-i -II. -oil entity ho p:l.-ll vcster'l-jy. Tl.i- iiil.tni Is i'h- f t I .l.il'l and has i,. . ii named Judith Ann. Mrs. Igo ..a f.,im-ih Mi s Evelyn Smith. Mrs. Fred Waugh at 2 p. m. Mr' Jemes Henry will assist Woman's Foreign Mi-sionaiy Society or the Methodist Chiir-h will meet at the home of Mrs. It"y Staats. Walnut street, 2:::o p. m Mrs. Jessie Douglas will be the assistant hostess. Half Century Ladies Auxilliury --will meet at Morgan's liniment nounclnR the encasement and approaching marriane of Miss McKen-nev and Mr. Miller, which will take Rerreshments were served. prize awarded to Mrs. Pete Votn and Herbert Simmons, and low. Mrs. Hae and fleort-'e Kumm. Clients attending were Mr. and Mrs Archie f'armichael, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Axtell. Mr. and Mrs. Tom I.ewis. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Turner. Mr. und Mrs W. B. Nichols. Dr. and Mrs. i. R. .McCilire, Mr. and Mrs. George Kumm. Mr. and Mrs. Her tilace Sunday. February 2R. Mr. and Mrs. G.-or..- Jones Allen McPhall: mistrs of finance. Miss Viola Vantura; protector. Mr?. Mary Brown: trustee, Mrs. Eliza Ed Keck of flnrr and Mrs. Edna (. rsou nl" Clinton -,i i uinn- t : n Conrad Kite Weds South Main Mreet, 7:10 p. m.. In Bridee was played at four table? with hiEh score prize awarded to Mrs. Georite Walthall; Miss Louise Hayek, second hish. and Miss Ar-nilnta Spencer, travel, who then presented the gifts to the honor guest. Miss McKenney was presented a itiation services will be held. Methodist Choir will meet ! Doris Snowberry bert Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. i-ete beth Ellis: staff captain, Mrs. Kd Ruby; press correspondent. Mrs. Cilmnur, and representative of Orand Temple. Mrs. Joe Shaw. Mrs. Lvdia Hughes was the out the church 7 p. m. Friday Monday ev.-nin'.' of -it :.'i 1 1'atll Stewart of South C nl. i s'r Terre Haute, Ind. COMll I T s ; l I -i Til'- yoilllg Ii'-m:-!.' "i T'i'- I'' e- ;an inn . h l.a.l ' -.- '.! -. ryic-s Humlav. Talks w'-re given l.v the an m tiers and H' v. II. c. cf.api- going officer for mistress of finance ri.rt ! !- Cln I. Will III- "t V. ii :i v. r-- The installing officers were at tired in peach lace dresses, foimal style, and the officers were dressen in white. Voto, Mrs. Hae. Mrs. Earl Boyd. Mrs. Corinne Hall and Mrs. A. E. Li-win. CuestH were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mack, Mrs. Hall of South Sixth street will have the next meeting of the club in two weeks. BOOSTER CLL'B MEETS Eighteen members of the Booster club of the Pocahontas lodee met in regular session lal iii'-lil at the hall on Soutll Main street. fCverctl Helms. Si.u'h F'Db 'ire. i 2 p. m. Current Event and Art Club - will hold meeting at the home of Mrs ri. (I. Kurgan. South Filili Street. p. m. Miil-llige Takes Place nl Paris. III. To Make Home at 1:11 I S Ii I-oil I til Street Announcement is marl' of til' marriage of .li-s Jioris Snow berry daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Snowberry. daui'li!' r of Mr. and Mrs. John Snowberry of S fir the installation services the officers gave short talks In re enrrf to the ensuing years work. r..in ih hnviness session the Saturday Wc Pay 5c per sound or large clean Cotton lags. Daily Gin-toman. resolutions on the death of Mrs. Jeannette liritton of New Coshen was read and adopted. King's Heralds of the M'-ihodi; beautiful quilt, "The Friendship Circle Pattern," by Mies Annakin A delicious luncheon was served at small tables covered with white linen tablecloths and centerpieces , of small silver bowls containing sweet peas and narclssUF In pastel colors. Cuests attending were the Misses Mary Newport, Inuise Hayek. Lorraine Walker. Margaret Patch. Ar-minta Spencer, Anna Mildred Smith. Marie Field. Dorothea. Hertenstein and Taimi Lahti and the Mesdames Marjorie Harwood. Oeorge Walthall. William Gllfoy. Charles Brown. Dow Mitchell and Don (ierrlsh. Klondyke Club Holds Meeting Monday Night British Bought Ohio Ores Ores from tne Hai.g.r.g lock region in Ohio v.ere riot .:ily used to produce tl.e l.eavy oiainot.ii ol !i.e Civil war but weie 4.1m .uii ed ty tl.e Ent'.-li feove. m.-i'-m; 'or ptu-fl jiing n.eial to be o- J m ' .' mean war church will hold a meetim- at ii:. Following a short bnsinefs ses home of Clyde Winkler, 1 ::'"! Sonll sion bunco was played. Prizes wen- Third f.treet. 2 p. m. 'nili'Mi street, to Conrad Kite, son if Mr. ami Mis: Oliver Kite of west of the citv. The marriage tool; place Saturday afternoon at Paris. 111. Attendants were the bride's sister. Miss Mildred Snowberry and Miss Mel bra Hays. Mr. Kite is clerk and treasurer of awarded to M.ss Melisabeile Hals-ton, hich: Mrs. Frank Thlesz, bun Tuesday nitjoria'ri nt'-'-ting : t Hie l-'-i -i -tii Ma n stc-' t. 7 ::' ;.. i". Hi-T:i Circle of the christian i ''hi;.-' h- wl'l meet wilh Mis-i III'-- i Welcome Class of th- Christian Church will meet with Miss Kveyn and Myrtle Irene fnyne on Elm Street, 7::ji p. m. llard-ll Ml Elm Street. A.i .-: -u'iv. Preceding the Installation a pot luck dinner was served to approximately 75 members. WK1FTV HOLDS MEET The Home Missionary Society of the Methodist Chuch met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. M. Mitchell on South Eighth street. Mrs. Walter Jones was the leader and had as her topic "Contribution of the Negro to Civilization", which was thoroughly discussed. March 2 Is the date set for the next meeting to be held at the hoaie of Mrs. Calvin Fink on South Main street. Falrview and drives a school bus. Mr. and Mrs. Kit" will make theli home with the bride's parents for an indefinite time. co; Mrs. Walter Bu rneide. low, and Mrs. Robert Reynolds, travel. Mrs. Margaret Gray and Mrs. John Dunsmore served refreshments at the dose of the party. Mrs. Mallie H. Marshall and son. Lyle. or South Fourth Street, who have been ill for the past several weeks, lire recuperating nicely at their home. Monday .-tint: will t." i't-lil ut 7 1 P-p, ii In r s'-k1- i'jri will '-v n u' 7 Miss Elinor Ruffatlola enter-.j tbo Klnndvke Country Cay .iub'H UmiahfT' will U'ii uu club at her home Monday evening Stated meeting Vermillion Following a short business bunco furnished the entertain Chapter. 12 5. Thursday night at ment of the evening. Prizes were .... .. " 'US ou,ned to Miss Alice Mattloda unlv at &j;uivLi7iniiL a 30 at the Ma I I', rain i.. - 1 Yf;yj I Clows Harvey of South Main been in Jndianapo'is s.nce yeiHerday. W1 .. ....... -.ws-nJ m return tw his hone v I sonic hall. Also work in the Royal street, is conrined to ins nome mtn. - -- ... on South Fourth ili.'-l to-t-ty. At.h Degree. high; Miss Christina Airola, bunco, and Miss RufUtola. )w. Dinner was served to the guests at one long table decorated In the color scheme of blue and white. Im--.iatoiir following. Beveral piano COMPARE THEM ALL! and you'll choose the 1937 i "- i II ' selections were played by Theodore Ruffattola. Miss Rnffattola en lertainer: with several clarinet so Ins r.nests of the club were Mrs. Pete Nora and John and Ernest Ruffat- li The next meeting will be March 1 at the home of Miss Alice Matlio- ia, Fortnightly Club Meets Miu crace O'Rourke of Walnut street entertained the members of :: "m: and i iJiuxm w a xi istic I its I i 1 " i ' t 'fill ' ' i r ! : ' ' .1.. fr.niitlv club at her uonie !-.,, ...nine. Miss Agnes McCinty intororin? naDer on "The pave an iu,. Planning or Cities und Municipal! fiuests of the club were Mrs. Fred f , - r ? j iji ivy t? ,-fi. - j pter nrnt Mrs. Rohner. fitted mode... If-,- I I . 1 111 i 1 II v H l Tho ..ii meetine will tie in two Wolf. Badger, I -fl . H 1U f I I 1 T I VK -t the home of Mrs. C.race Raccoon, nd I Tf 1 1 ! ' AWW (I R V U V talker. Walnut street, with Mi Rose Johnson as tne leaner. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Butts of Cromp- . u;ii haw as their guests for sev j... Mr. Butts' sister. Mrs Meredith Smith and son. Meredith B.vnnM. of Detroit. They have been I fill T i visiting in Texas and are enroute It's the ONE radio that staggers the imagination . . with its WORLD-WIDE SUPER PERFORMANCE . . . its UNMATCHLESS MAJESTIC TONE! Compare it with the finest radios selling at TWICE iis price and you'll know why MAJESTIC is literally sweeping the nation off its feet as the most sensational BUY in al! radio history at EXTRA ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD "MAJESTIC" 7erm as Low as $1 WEEKLY I ..s coats S14.44 :hildren's coats ki " " jr. i. coats ffO QC $19 (.3 COATS 9 99 kedu.etl -o 3sJ. Iteduced to i. mi liKKSStS 79C vszrr. $.6.66 59c it-dined hi $ -j -.:, coats T A AL r,.,r TAM hets OQr Hedliced to Reduced to - V DRESSES U I Y 'f si!!''s ,H 46 Jarfca,t- i t.H II ATS QQa aT In black, brown, rust, green !?'W-7-. 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Pri'ei Alwa Phone 361 SOtltb -Main ireri ' . . .. .1 Af ir clenn i 234-38 Elm Street y o 53.95 5li.yt I vliue, Pyle of Terre Haute Mrs. Pyle was formerly Miss Dorotby Combs of Clinton.