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Page Three The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Friday, February 5, 1937 frciBeauty Is Campus Queen CHURCH PARTY AT ST. BERNICE I ' XtVHnmmtT """V. CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES ,ri33ia Aie-Min -,,'no 3AHP 01 ' uoxng-niSuv s'll iou pun -m 'un!"!'1 UX"S -o3uV aill "I P"!' ' lT " ainiioi aui.nJ-aAjau os -AI)bsiS uied jo ssa-ustp 01 'iis'mSiin Jo Sut 3uni psllimioJd asnno Ol aouaq ' pBJ 8 u" ";J1S "' M3W-'1S .Ie. spnaj )(.-8J qJOA aqi jo I uoiituy-a x-inj b no a.miaoi A'q pJI-i'iiui uied so, uioj; po.M.i.ip ki 3'iMie.iui ai) .in; 8uui.j si Huirfds pajjo.1 aiX'M '""tia --n SOCIAL CALENDAR arewell Party for Mrs. Ted Bonomo a mrnwell dinner was given in Friday Tri County Meeting Of Lodge Will Be Held Monday Night The Til Cnlllily meeting of the PneahontaB Lodge will be held at West Term flaulo next Monday ove-ThlK session l for all lodges rVTrs. Inman Entertains Thursday Nilit; 28 Are Present; Buffet Supper ST. P.I-'liNH'K. Feb. r. Mra-, M1I, , ;;,- a 1 n v f"i the Ciirlslian Tlinrs- ..niiiii;:. A lHil'l'i-1 supper was Ciimi'S ami i-nnli-sls were iie.l and iwelllv --lulll gueslK ,,. Mieseul. Those (nun mil "f honor of Mrs. Tod lloimnio "f Flint- TONHiHT uw-ii at Antonlnl's restaurant wsi Presbyterian choir-will meet ni evnnlni!. Mrs. Ilonomo. who haf the church, 7:H0 P m. Orange Lodge will meet at tin been spending the pal we-k wiin her mother. Mrs. Noma Short, ol North Third street, returned to her home In Flint today. D. of A. hall, South Main street 7:3(1 p. m. i.r Vermillion. VIro and Parke l-.arlv Name of Cincinnati The name LoMntiville liecann Cincinnati at the v.-ord of Cen. Ar-thur St. Clair, first govprnnor of the Northwest territory. On a viiit there in January of 1 71111. the rough-and-tumble soldier showed I is dislike of what lie t ailed an efTominate-sounding name by ordering- that the town be known as Cir.cinnati. This latter name was in honor of the Older of Cincinnatus, a society of officers of the American r.evolution. Modem Martha Class of M. R. mil nl ieB. church to meet at -7:30 p. m. at All Clrnlon members plauulng to Guests were Mesdames iiihih Shannon. Claude L. Vlelll. On... home of Mrs. Frank BaysiiiRer, 330 John street. need MarJorle Harwood. pumu Llndsey, William Spence. Klmo Pas- ,,vvti wen- Rev. and Mrs. II. II Wagner nl Clinton- Mr- J,r9' harles V.alMiii. Paris. HI-, and Ciane nl f'liulnii It. It- Tie- Iteval Neighbors met at the i,.,,.,,, r Mrs. John t ' ti u n !i Wednes- iav. I.iinel ii was sered :il : Mr. and Mrs. Norma Beach "I l'-v-,,-svilie were the gueslH "f her 1111 Married CoudIos Class of the Bap- intend are to meet at the Clinton-Torre Haute bus station on Blackmail street promptly at 7 o'clock Transportation will be provided. Mrs. White Hostess list Sunday School -to meet at 7:30 torlus and the Misses Sally Mn-eisn Christian Scullion, Rose Helcgdu p. m. at tho home of Mrs. Paul and Thelma James. Crumley. 1547 South Third street. Origin of Ward "Caddy" .i ",.-,hhi." is derived. 9 j tie w oi vj . a.. says the American Art association Saturday For Society Meeting Teachers. Officers Kim's Heralds of the Mcthodisl Hold Business Meet ,-le. Dr. S. I. C.r Mr. and .Mrs. M. H- lii'iinn and daughter. Margaret, and (i. L. Weid-maii were dinner guests of Mrs. Ill- Mr. c. M. White of South Main Church will hold a meeting at the home of Clyde Wtilklcr, 1329 South street was hostess for the members Ti,e mnnthlv meeting of the man's mother. Mrs. I'fi'ui uie-. Third street, 2 P, m. of the Ladies' Missionary Society of the Christian church at her home teachers, their assistants and officers of the Christian church met ol' Fairview Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oule llo'ieweh and from thtf Malayan -Chinese "katty" which were used in the Orient to designate packages of tea in the days of the East India company. - w Land of Bathtub America is known the world over as the land of the bathtub. Tho ratio of bathtubs to people rathe United States, says the Plumbing and Heating Industries bureau, is the highest in the world. Monday yesterday afternoon. Mrs. D. J. James gave the devo ilaugliter. Bonnie .lean, alio .miss Wakofe Club will meet at the last night for their regular lesson work. Fourteen members altend-id. p.u h H. Wagner gave the out Dorothy Armstrong nf Terre Haute railed on relatives here Sunday eve home of Miss Florence Auer, Syca lionalB and Mrs. Glenn Brldgeman cave au Interesting report on "Africa" Mrs. Bffio J. Harrison gave mure street. 7:45 p m. ning. line for the work of lessons for the Jnh's Daughters will hold ai a book review on "The Negro Race John .Ionian of Terre Haute, ailed on friends here Wednesday. month and stressed the iniportan. Important meeting at the hall or and the Church." 9nnih Main street. 7:30 p. m. points In the Scripture lessons. During the business session plans discussed In regard to the nurinir the business session m-Ti-i Circle of the Christian Imnnrtant difficult questions It ' ' J Dorothy Jean Clifton - M,'. m;,M4'M Church will meet with Miss Inez Harden on Elm Street. An executive confronting the Sunday school were i wlx -m r i 1 ! i,.:...ii,, Wirnnsin. nrettv Dor- meeting will be held at 7:15 p. m. discussed. Final plans were ....... plcted for the attendance contest lo be held in the near future at the Regular Bcssion will begin at 7:4 Susquehanna Indians The Supquenanna Indians were a tribe of the Iroquoian stock, living in 1608 on the lower portion of the Susquehanna river and its affluents As a separate body they were driven out of their former home about 1C7S by the IroqLois. and they i ea" .. -oto .-eov- -r5,D p. m. Sunday school hour. Tuesday The next meeting will be nem the home of Bob llarbee on North World Day of Prayer meeting to be held here Friday. February 12. at the Christian church. The society voted to contribute $5 to the flooded district In southern Indiana. February 16 the society -will entertain the Hi-Trl Cirls of the church with a party at the home or Mrs. J. It. Hayek on Walnut serect. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Mieainnarv Society merged with oiher trues, principal W. C T. U. will meet wilh Mrs. ly with the jVlor.eiTi'is Fifth stroet. March 4. Charles Harrison, 321 John street. 2:30 p. ni. MRS. CHARLES JUBBY Mothers Club will hold a 1 Washington Irving, Publisher The Salmagundi waJ the name of a periodical started by Vjashmg-ton Irving, his brother and James K Paulding in 1807. The object of Ut'e paper was to correct the tjnvn The publishers became tired nl their venture before the subscribers did and only 21 nutr.bc-rs v. -ere :-. ,uul. MEMBER Oh LirNiuit o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. Pete Voto on North Hftn Mr. rharleB Tubby of Linton. street. formerly Mish Edris James of Clin Tnextlav Contract Bridge Club The Cafeteria The cafeteria's first noted development was in Los Angeles in 1905, but there were several restaurants of this type in New ifork and Chicago much earlier. Peace Is Within If we have not peace w;tlnn ourselves, it is in vain to seek it from outward sources. Resting Posts for Spirits Natives of Timbuc-tu put roosting posts on niinarcls to serve as resting places for returning spirits Meets afStaats Home will meet with Dr. and Mrs. Paul ton, was Initiated into the Hiis.nes and Professional Women's club at a meeting held at the Linton Public- B. Cascbeer, South Fourth street. Eichlnen members of the Worn fin m Library Wednesday nlgnt. fina'nee is so i '! ue-iei ia' J&1 M IJfl&8feZM ff t BOOK ON MOUfSl Welcome Class of the Christian an's foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Church met Thurs niher members taken into me Church will meet with Miss Aud rev Hiion on Elm street. club were Misses Vera Grey. Ander ham and cLs to the equipment C X M if. fit. M i '. an army. r -fSE day afternoon at the home 01 mis Roy Staats on Walnut street. Mrs riviii Fink was the assistant host Delta Theta Tau Sorority win son. Mrs. Ethel Humphreys. irs. Thad Wolford and Miss Hyla Hin- meet In the B. & P- W. clubrooms, of dead relatives " i .. :m ' 1 den. ess In the abBence of Mrs. Jessie South Main street. 7:45 p. m. Committee In charge is composed of Miss I ai TlnllirlilR Mrs, Tom Reid was In charge of SOCIETY HOLDS MEET Th. t.udies' Missionary Society ol Arminta Spencer, chairman, Miss Hannahlee Tlbbetts, Mrs. Maynard tho Hovntinnal neriod and Mrs. h v shorn iave a chapter of the study Malone and Mrs. Martin Lanzone the Baptist church met Thursday book on "Africa," in an Interesting Wednesday ..f-aMk r Past Nobles Grand will meet at night at the home of Mrs. ri'u Waugb on South Sixth street. She was assisted by Mrs. James Henry. Twenty members attended. Mrs James Thomson was the the I. O. O, F. hall, South Main The next meeting will be neia March 4 at the home of Mrs. Ira Church on South Fourth street with Mrs. Tom Lewis as the assistant HYdRADE utreel. V' .10 O. Dl. leader of the afternoon and gave an A. B. C. Club will meet wiui Mrs. Herman Kulins on Whitcomb ELECTRIC n n M aT C Interesting discussion on me avenue. 7:30 p. m. Trip Around the World." Wednesday Bridge Club win OUR FOUNTAIN LUNCH Mr. nave Salmond of Blackmail meet with Mrs. Marvin Houston. Elm street, 2 p. m. GOOD FOOD at LOW PRICE street returned to her home early Thursday mdruing after spending the past two weeks in New York SPECIAL THIS WEEK: IMlllH.K WKII)IX i,. u double wedding ceremony on City with her daughter, misb vn- Home Made Hot Chili with Choice of Hot Pork or Boiled Ham Sandwich and Any II anu 10-15-25-40-50 4 And 60 Watt 6 For 81c 75 Watt Frosted 20c 100 Watt Frosted 30c 150 Watt Clear 40c 200 Watt Clear 45c 10 Discount on 6 or More glnla Salmond. hostess. Mrs. Nichols Entertains Mrs. W. B. Nichols delightfully entertained the members of the Furnishing Society of the rlan church at her home Thursday afternoon. Fifteen members were present. ' Mrs. Nichols, president, presided at the meeting and Mrs. H. C. Chap-in gave the Scripture lesson. Thursday, March 4. is the date set f,,r the next meeting to be held at the home of Mis. Karl Turner on South Fourth street. LODGE HOLDS MEET Saturday. January 23, Miss Freda Gregg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Miss Salmond entered tne ramuu r....,..o Town Theater, a school of 20c i. nreirir of Greene Township was 5c Drink Special Only- dramatics and is personally being united in marriage to Max White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles White Home Made Pies and Cakes nf Mveavilte. fat, instruc ted by Reginald D. Good, instructor, and is studying under Callus, another well-known Instructor at the school. Mia. Harrielta Mcf'lure, Oaugmer Fresh Daily Hot Chocolate served wilh Whinned Cream and of Mr. and Mrs. Harry McClure of Ar.i...r 111. became the bride ot Wafer, for 1 0c Hoi Fude-e Sundae 10c George Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Maker of near Marshall, Ind. . HOSPITAL NEWS Miss Katherlne Simpson of Fair lew underwent a tonsillectomy FrnTPn FunW Sundae . . . 10c The young couples are known in Members of the J. of P. lodge met Rockville. the Vermillion County hospital Hil Their future plans were not re vealed. inoriiing. She is getting along satisfactorily. last night for a business meeting ai Ihe hall on South Main street. Following a "Bmoker" was en loved by twenty members present. The lodge will hold another meet Ing next Thursday at 7:30 p. m for all members and former mem hers. rltOOKH-KLMOKK Mrs. William Burton of Norlh Miss Kthel Elmore, daughter of Third street, who underwent an ap Albert Elmore Of Waynetown. Ind., pendectomy at the St. Anthony hos I REG. 50c BOTTLE lc With purchase of Rtgultr bottlt at hoeame Ihe bride of Daniel Crooks son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Crooks pital at Terre Haute, was ronmven to her home recently and iB ga FOR EVENINGS AT HOME PLAYING CARDS 25c-29c-39c-49c and 69c Poker Chip., Box of 100, 39c Bingo, 50 card et, complete for 7SC Monopoly Game $1-9 Order Valentine Box Candy Now ting along satisfactorily. George Niclupls. a student of the rniversity of Pennsylvania. Is ji. i,l. mid-semester vacation of Judson. The marriage took place on Jan uary 20, at Paris. III. 39' 1,1,. (."1,1 Heart IV' " llt M S IIKAIfl IHlM S: i'..,l ll.url :it' Ltmit per cumtomer -whilm theylatt! Mrs. C. N. Duulau of Desplaliies. Mrs. Joe Provence of Nortlr Thiid street is Improving nicely at her ; home after undergoing a major op-eralion at the St. Anthony hospital.1 Terre Haute, about two weeks ag . ' , size, I.H) MII.I I K 1"' ,;, -J I.I. snttv III., Is visiting relatives and friends ""1 m""' v.,z vw.i.. .-.. j A V 1,1 l-'W- here. i XT Ill -S I-INK "1-- ' r'.wtoiumt.. iiKAirr ik.xks: MAX FACTOR'S r ROUGE I V New, Hiff'irni! LtMuV . Wi color harmony sludet 1 V Ciramvmoefhlcxtui":. 1 1 III npeiiuui ... at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nichols of Ulackman street. Meeting lWponed The meeting of the Gamma Gamma Sigma Sorority which was to have been held next week, has been postponed indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Carey of Falrview have moved to :I4:I South Fifth atreet to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Max Igo and in fant daughter. Judith Ann were removed from the Vermillion County hospital to their home yesterday. I Z, Hear, ..;" .. alei.line S..-. nil -' IIITMVsVlN.T i,''S: , , . , l.b., IM.o is in Clinton visiting hla wife and children and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Maurice of South Main street. Mr. aud MrB. Pete Wilkie of Terre-. Haute are also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Maurice for the day. Kill und Hand I'ailii"! ""' BIRTHS Mrs. Max Igo and infant (laugh ter. Judith Ann were removed from the Vermillion County hospital to their home yesterday. - ft ijin-eiii-e Jackson. Louis Carli. .11 I I V IIKKIi ; ' A v.XM UK UTS. I'lnk. ' While H'd """" VALENTINE PARTY CANDIES lltilitv Dish FREE with J. P. Perero. Pete Socondiuo aud f Louis Marrietta left yesterday for Evansvllle to drive several new Ply-mouths aud Dodge cars back to Clinton. VAI.KX .,xKs v .LKNTm . ;'--; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Franklin Mm Phillin Milk Maenesia Tooth Paste 25c Webster of Kiondyke are the parents of twins, a boy and a girl, born at the home yesterday. They have LOIKiK HOUM MKKT Thirtv-one member? of the Poca 30c rrSi THROAT GARGLES Nure Brand Antiseptic Solution David Baiid of South Fifth street Is now able to be out a Tier being confined for the past ten days at bis home with the flu, Mrs. Meredith Smith and son of Detroit have returned to their home after visiting the past few days with Mr. aud Mrs. Roy Butts. Crompton Hill, and other relatives. Gilbert Nevins of 317 North Water street-is visiting at the borne of his grandmother. Mrs. Sarah F Nevins, of Rockville. Mrs. Kevin, is ill with the flu. been named Cecil Pearl and Loret-ta Ann. I 0 hontas Lodge met In regular session 60c V. U last night at the hall on South Main Gil'.i Creoaoted Cough Expectorant .Bc Meritol WUd Cherry with Eucalyptus and Guaiacol 35c and 65c Pine Tree Expectorant ... 50c White Pine & Tar . 25c & 50c Honey & Horehound 25c-50c Pine Balsam 25c & 50c Honey-Du, creoaoted . . 69c Creomulsion, $1,25; 2 for $2 Creosote Emulsion -98c d 1 fnr kittd. rack - 49 c street. Following the session nun- I nil I' lliillle. . . nrvFTjOPING Nose Drops & Inhalants Nyal Nasal Drop with ephedrine Miatol Drop. - - - 25c & 6ac San Tox Vapor Inhalant. .35c r . 75C Vapex , Whisp Inhalant j? si Nok Vicks Nose Drops 30c & 50c c a Mna Drnrja 25C .n furnished the entertainment with DD1MTTNG high priie awarded to Mrs. Chris Elixir T S 28 35c & 65c Vleritol Gargle. . 35c & 65c Vicks Antiseptic. 10c & 35c ENLARGING We Pay 5c Pound for Large Clean Cotton Rags. Daily Clintonian tina Graham; Mrs. Lizzie Vitalle. bunco, and Mrs. Frank Thiesx, low. A social time was enjoyed. i t u.. uai, nf U'lilmit street Lisle, ine 25c, 5Jc, c ncH-.w, . Nur Brand Nose Drop. 49c Robert (Jollier of South Fourth street, who has been confined to his no rnu?n v- 'is reported to be ill at her home! jwito the flu. I bed with Illness siu.e January 1 is a little improved.

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