The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on February 4, 1937 · Page 3
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February 4, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 3

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Page Three The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indian! Thursday, February 5, 1937 Hear From Brothers White Heather Circle Latin Club Holds Meet GLINTON SOCIAL NOTES Mrs. C. M. Zink of Mulberry street received a telegram Tuesday afternoon stating that her brothers. George. Pat and James West, all of Louisville. Ky.. are safe from the flooded district there. SOCIAL CALENDAR Men's Bible Class Entertains Guests At School Tuesday The Latin club of the Clinton high school met Tuesday evening at the school with 23 members and the sponsors, Mrs. Max Johnson and Miss Thelma Medlll, present. During the business meeting plans were dlsrussed In regard to the Ijttln contests to he held In the near future. February 12 Is the date set for the local contest with the county to he held February 27. The district Latin contest will he April 3. Local Women Attend County Meet at Newport Miss Ignore Merrlmnn and Mrs. Ernest Elliott attended a ' county council meeting of the Federation of Clubs nt Newport Wednesday after Holds Business Meeting Fifteen members of Ihe White Heather Circle met last night at the home of Mrs. George Wllkle of South Sixth street. During the business session It was decided to contribute t' to the Red Cross for Ihe riood relief fund. Immediately following games wer enjoyed. Prizes were n waded to Mrs. William Houston. Mrs. Agnes Rue and Mrs. Walter Shorter. Mrs. David flalrd of South Fifth street will be hostess ror the nevt meeting In two weeks ut her home. Thursday TONIGHT Amorlrnn legion Auxiliary will Skipper Wilson of Terre Haute, prin-rlnnl Speaker nt Meeting. Ijirise Crowd Present. noon at the home of Mrs. Wlllinm meet at the Legion Home, South Third street, 8 p. m. Harper. During the seslon plans were made for the county convention to be held April 24 ut Clinton. Senior W. W. O. Girls of the Baptist Church will meet at the church, 7 p. m. Reports on mythology were giv en by Robert Kelsbelmer. Helen Half Century Ladles Auxllllary Redman. Clnlre McDonald and Bar Mrs. Harger. president of the club, announced the following com bara Vogel. We Haven't Time To Say Much! Initiation Services Conducted by Corps The Woman's Relief Corps held a will meet ut Morgan's Basement, South Main street, 7:30 p. m.. Initiation services will be held. Methodist Choir will meet nt the church 7 p. m. Friday Modern Martha Class of M. K. church to meet at 7:30 p. m. at home of Mrs. Frank Baysinger, 336 mittees to make arrangements for the convention: program. Mis. Dow Mitchell, chairman, Mrs. Henry Fable of Cayuga. Mrs. A. R. Sabln of Dana, and Mrs, Maynard Wiggins of Newport; resolutions. Mrs. Milo White or Dana, chairman. Mrs. Catherine Park of Newport, Mrs. Mrs. Bernard Rohhlna of Cayuga session nt 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Mrs. John Kaster Is Hostess for Club Meet The regular business meeting n! Hie Golden star club was held Tuesday nliiht at the home of Mrs. John Knster or Crompton Hill. After a short business session cnlllesln were enjoyed witli prizes awarded to Mrs. Elizabeth .lniiict in. I Mrs. William Morris. The next meeting will be in two weeks at the home of Mrs. H.irry Mi-Clintocl; of Blackman street. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS A Bnolnl Ratherlng and Riiest ninlit of the Men's Bible Class of i ho Christian Church wan observed last nlRht at the church. Guests were members of Mr. Shnttiick's i lass and Boy Scout Troop 63. Skipper Wilson of Terre Haute was the principal speaker of the evening having as hla subject "Hobbles", which was well given. Ret Smith, who Is associated with the Hoy Scouts of Terre Haute, accompanied him here and entertained with several musical numbers. Other numbers on the program Included a mouth organ and banjo selections by Scout McLelsh and Donald Fellows. A rendition of the fierman Band was well given by Mifis Irma Market, Carlos Moore and Orn Max Wellman. During a short session the men's class announced 'that In the near future they, plan to clean and redecorate the rear of the church including the hall back of the baptistry hall on Blackmail Street. Following the routine of business initiation services were held for Mrs. Frank Kell and Mrs. W. W. Curry. Mrs P. O. Jacobs appointed a committee of Mrs. Ira Taylor. Mrs. Henry Warren and Mrs. Charles Walker to work with a joint com I and Mrs. Laurence Jackson of Clin-ton; nominating committee, Mrs. E. O. White, Dana, chairman. Mrs. Robert Stevens. Cayuga. Mrs. G. E. Blnpham, who will represent the .local club and Mrs. II. B. Nixon of ! Newport: objective. Mrs. George j Ritler of Cayuga, chairman. Mrs. Ora Doyle or Clinton, Mrs. Jordan of Dana and Mrs. Colonel Sawyer nf Newport. John street. Married Couples Class of the Baptist Sunday School to meet at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Paul Crumley, 1547 South Third street. Outing Club will meet with Mrs. F.verett Helms. South Fifth street. 2 p. m. Current Event and Art Club will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. D. O. Burgan, South Fifth Street, 2 mittee of the American Legion Auxiliary, and the Briittillet Chapter of the I). A. It. to make arrange ments for the patriotic program and guest day to be held- during Feb Saturday Large Attendance At Baptist Church Meet Approximately inn people attend King's Herald of the Methodist Church will hold a meeting at the home of Clyde Winkler, 1329 South Third street, 2 p, m. ed the special meeting held at tin- Baptist church last night. Rev. R. W. Bishop delivered the message of Monday Our Sale Is On! ROSENBLATT'S Mrs. Charles Vogel entertained members of Din I Deal Bridge clnli it her home on South Fourth street esterday afternoon. Bridge was played nml prizes awarded to Mrs. Martin Lanzone, hiirh; and Mrs. Vern Axtell, low. Refreshments were served. The next meeting of the club will he held at the home of Mrs. Pete Voto of North Fiflh street. William Provence of Vine : 1 1- ) who lias been confined Ut his li-d tor several weeks, remains in the same "ondillon. Mrs. Albert Hend"rson. Mrs. Martha Cunningham and Mrs. Fred Macke, all of South Fourth Street, are spending today in Terre Haute as the guests of Mrs. Den Jenkins. Mrs. Irwin Johnson of South Fourth Street is reported to be ill at her home. the evening and special musical numbers were enjoyed. ruary. During the session J.', wa'; contributed to the Red Cross for the flooded districts In southern In diana. Refreshments were served. In observance of the hlrthduy nf the president, Mrs Tarobs. a large birthday cake, lighted with candles, and decorated In pntilotlr colors, was served to the guests. Mr. and Mrs. James Juslico of 228 John street have moved to 74G South Main street to make their home. Lawrence Goodhue of Indianapolis is ill at his home with rheumatic fever. His mother, Mrs. Sarah Goodhue, who has been with him, returned to her home on Vine Street recently. Mr. Goodhue Is slowly During the meeting the members contributed $27 to the flood relief fund as well as non-perishuhle food. Job's Daughters will hold an important meeting at the hall on South Main street, 7:30 p. m. Hi-Trl Circle of the Christian Church will meet with Miss Inez Harden on Elm Street. An executive meeting will he. held at 7:15 p. m. Regular session will begin at 7:45 p. m. .! Mrs. Leon Woody of Crawfords- vllle Is a guest today of Mr. and Mrs. David Lawson of South Sixth Street. Tuesday Mrs. Henry King of South Sixth Street is spending today in Terre Haute on business. and the boy'a class room. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. The committee in charge of the meeting was composed of Henry Wellman, Frank Crawford and Joe Moore. Entertains With Party For Small Daughter Mrs. Albert Henderson of South Fourth street recently entertained with a bisthday party in honor of I he eighth birthday of her daughter. Rose Marie. Little guests attending were Dorothy Snowberry, Bercha Myers, Norma Lee Konopka, Norma Henry, Wanetta Jackson, Shirley Henderson, Alberta Henderson, Helen Ed-ler, Jimmle Gregg and James naugherty. Contests furnished the entertainment with prizes awarded to Helen Killer, Dorothy Snowberry, Bercha .Myers and Jimmle Gregg. Refreshments were served. ' Hostess for Club Meet The regular meeting of the Wednesday Bridge club was held at the home of Mrs. L. B. Silverman of South Fourth street yesterday afternoon. Two tableB of bridge were played with high score prize awarded to Mrs. Guy Brlggs and travel, Mrs. I. I). White. Mrs. W. B. Nichols of Blackman street will be hostess for the meeting in two weeks at her home, Entertains Club Mrs. Fred Miller of Nebeker Welcome Class of the Christian Church will meet with Miss Audrey Hixon on Elm street. Delta Theta " Tan Sorority will meet in the B. & P. W. clubrooms. South Main street. 7:45 p. m. Committee in charge is composed of Miss Armlnta Spencer, chairman, Miss Hannahlee Tibbetts, Mrs. Maynard Malone and Mrs. Martin Lanzone. phest Colds Best treated Am without "dosing" vjM$ftctxs tiuituatf-'r'iiinii'i-i. in FRIT MM PIINPRAL HOME DAY OR NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE lOfl e Compare These VALUES! Feather PILLOWS 98c Ea. Fast Color PRINTS SVzC Yd. Part Linen CrashToweling S Yds, for 3gc Wizard 81x99 SHEETS 69c 36 Inch CRETONNE 10c Yd. 9 ONLY CWdrens' Coats $388 Ea. Odd Lots Ladies' SHOES $66 Clean Up 5 Only Ladies SATIN NEGLIGEES I fly '"""3 39 Only Silk DRESSES White Cotton Sheet Blankets 9c Ea. Tuck Stitch UNDIES 2 for 3SC Childrens Outing PAJAMAS 79c Ea- PEHHEY'S J. . I'KWKY '- 2 . Herbert Marshall says: . a light smoke is a joy BIRTHS ' to the throat" Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Doan of Clinton Rural Route are the parents of a ten pound son born Jatiaary 21. The Infant la the only child in the family and has been named Jerry Dale. ' Mrs. Doan was formerly Miss Virginia Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan T. Crist of New Goshen are the parents of a baby Bon, Jerry, born January 29, at Ihe I'nion Hospital, Terre Haute. "Before I came over to this country an English cigarette appealed to me because it was firmly packed. In America I tried various popular brands looking for the same virtue. Lucky Strike led all the rest. And what's more I soon discovered that Luckies were a light smoke and a positive joy to the throat." street entertained the members of the Good Time Bridge club and one enest. Mrs. John Guerrl, last nlglit. HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. James Mass and baby daughter, Kathryn Mae, were removed from the Vermillion county hospital to their home on R. R. today. . ..; .V .. .'. . -. - . George Secoy of North street, who has been a patient at the local hospital for the past week. U gettlnn along satisfactorily. . Louis Gamhaiani. who underwent ir HERBERT MARSHALL FAMOUS RKO RADIO PICTURES' STAR a major operation at the Vermillion county hospital Monday, is getting along satisfactorily. . Mrs. Effie Searing, who has been a patient at the local hospital for several weeks, is Improving. Ernest Murdork or Eugene is getting along as well as can le expected at the local hospital. He had been scalded at hla home last mm Bridge was played with high score prize awarded to Mrs. Martin Lanzone: Mrs. Ouerri. guest, and Mrs. Wilford Doolin, travel. The next 'meeting will be in two weeks, the place to be announced later. WOMEN TO SPONSOR CHURCH SERVICES A meeting will be held at the Bono Methodist Church on Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock, February 9, under the auspices of the Woman b Foreign Missionary Society. Rev. Drake of the West Terre Haute Baptist Church will be the principal speaker of the evening. He will be assisted by Rev. Bnchannan. THEDA MILLER HONORED In honor of the blrtbday anniversary of Miss Theda Miller, a spaghet-il diner was given at the Roma Hotel last evening. Guests were Miss Vetna Alderson. Miss Frances Miller, MIbb Helen Reed. Miss Mary Alderson, Miss Jane Neshit and Miss Virginia Reed. BUNCO PARTY HELD Four tables of bunco were played at a meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary bunco party held Tuesday evening at the Legion Home. South Third street. Mrs. Lee Black received high score prize; Mrs. C. C. Manshlp. bunco and travel, and Mrs. Leland Reid. low. Another party will be held next Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Donna Lee and D. A. Doughty, children of Mr. and Mrs. Don Doughty of Blackman street, are confined to their home with Illness. An independent survey was made recently among professional men and women lawyers, doctors, lecturers, scientists, etc. Of those who said they smoke cigarettes, 87 stated they personally prefer a light smoke. Mr. Marshall 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! Emmett Hayes of South Fourth street Is confined to his home with the flu. Mrs. Archie Densmnre of Terre Haute spent Wednesday at the home ot her mother. Mrs. Robert Gilmotir ot Nebeker street. Homer Rollins of 2T.9 North Eighth street, who is confined to his home with Illness, Is slightly Improved. . Mrs. Maude Riley of 315 Anderson Btreet. who has been ill for several weeks, is Improving. - 1 Mrs. James Inman of South 13th street is spending this week at Terre Haute visiting relatives and friends. - Mrs. Russell Coker of Peoria. litis visiting at the home of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Zink on Mulberry Street. THE FINEST TOBACCOS "THE CREAM OF THE CROP" A Light Smoke "It's Toasted' -Your Throat Protection AGAINST IRRITATION -AGAINST COUGH TV 4nnrtn ToUr. Cmpaf READ THE ADS

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