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Bloomington Daily Telephone (Newspaper) - December 21, 1932, Bloomington, Indiana A a Abb two a the Bloomington daily Telephone Bloomington. Indiana phone 3000 wednesday dec t 1 phone social news social and club events a in i a # phone social no. To Smi to 3000 society news must be in the editors hands by 111 of clock the Day of publication. Mrs. T. J. Clark celebrates run to Earth a 80th birthday anniversary mrs. T. J. Clark 417 North Lin j wife passed away in 1330. They Coin Street celebrated her 80th j were both former residents of this birthday anniversary sunday. She i a has taught the Loyal woman a Sun Day school class of the first Christian Church for the past 14 years. The members of the class belch rat de the occasion with a Large attendance sunday and presented mrs. Clark with birthday gifts the class has an enrolment of 75. Mrs. Clark has been an Active member of the w. C. T. U. For Over 50 years and is a former member of the woman a club. She also is a member of the woman s Council t. J. Clark husband of mrs. Clark who passed away in this was a pastor of the first Christian Church Here for 14 years. Or. And mrs. Clark lived in Vincennes for 21 years before moving in Bloomington. Five children were born to the Clarks All of whom Are still living. The children Are Thomas Curtis Clark of Chicago who is known As the peace poet of America mrs. Caroline Gerhart 417 North Lincoln Street or. Charles p. Of the first Christian Church and Lark of Summit n. J. Airs. Grand 1 Clark Fisher of Ottawa Iii. And of the Council of women. J mrs Ruth Naff of Iowa c to a mrs. Clark has two Sisters and two Brothers All of whom have live amp a Over three quarters of a Century. Both or. And mrs. Clark and All of their children graduated from Indiana University. There Are 15 in a a. V -2sister is Uba j Diana University graduates among of Manon. Ind. Is 96 years old and the immediate Rel a yes of my a am the other sister mrs. Myra Curtis of Greencastle is age 85. Both of her a Brothers reside in Kentucky. Mrs. Clark. Mrs. Clark and nil of her Daugh _ _ ters were married on the Day Rhey the older brother. Or. T. S Jenn or adapted from Indiana univ Silv. A no of t Aii Kilb into a. Mrs. Of is 82 and the mrs Carl. Is on a a t younger brother. Charles e. Jenn Bers of the k Alpha Thela noting of Paducah. By. S 7o. Ortity at i. U. Ortity Theodore c. Jennings father of a it is it at All Bud to to 80 a irs mrs. Clark lived to be nearly 98 old a mrs. Clark exclaimed. It was years old. He died in 1901 and his one of my happiest work Tom Sargent to a a head fraternity new officers was held monday evening by members of the Phi Delta Kappa fraternity. Tom Satgent was selected to head the fraternity for the coming year. Other new officers Lawrence Hudson vice president Louis Sullivan Secretary Otis Foddrill treasurer Paul Conard sergeant at arms Clyde Martin re elected master of ceremonies Bud Warinner. Inner guard and Earl Sutherland outer guard. A a retiring officers follow Homer Ruth president Otis Foddrill vice president Cleoa Foster Secretary Wade Lawhead a treasurer and Tom Sargent sergeant -at-arm3 following the election of officers initiation services were held for Robert Harrell a a Quot a a installation a of new officers will be held to the Phi delt rooms at 7 of clock next tuesday evening. Members of the local chapter have been invited to attend a new years eve dance at the Greystone hotel in Bedford to be Given by the Phi delt chapter there. Xmas part the women s Home a missionary society members of the first m. E. Church will hold their annual Christmas party for the Glenburn Mission at the Church at 2 30 of clock thursday afternoon. Members Are asked to bring gifts bags of Candy to be takers to the Mission before Christmas. Mrs. Frank Mathers will be the hostess at the party. An interesting Christmas program is being arranged. It it of. A Rebekah entertain i families with party a wednesday a a. C. T. U. Christmas party mrs. M. Dow Miller East a eth Street 2 30 of clock. Red men anniversary meeting red men s Hall 8 of clock. Avalon club Christmas meeting airs. Frank Smith East 3rd Street 2 p. M. Elite club mrs. A. K. Storm 302 West 1st Street 7 30 of clock. A Christmas entertainment for Rebekah and their families was held tuesday evening in the up i stairs room of i. O. O. F. Approx j mately 114 members and guests a were present. Ten cent gifts were exchanged. I a program was Given As follows a Solo Clark Pearson a Lusial number Shedell of Indi Ana University a it toe dance Virginia foyer two readings Nell Carmichael recitation Patty Fowler Delta Zeia Psi party Charlene the committee in charge of the Howe. County farm. P. M. A Star a included mrs. Edna Hendrix thursday Arizona Council of pocohontas no. 99, red menus Hall 7 30 of clock. Ladies Home league mrs. Clara Burton North Summit Street 2 30 of clock. Mary Mulky tent no. 8, daughters of the Union veterans of the chairman mrs. Edna temples mrs. Clara Fowler or. And mrs. Oswell Wright and mrs. Nota Craddick. Another party for Rebekah and their families will be held next tuesday evening at the i. O. O. F. Hall. Rebekah will install new offic civil War. G. A. R. Hall 2 30 of is at lha Weir next regular me tons. C 0cj. I january 2 at the i. O. O. F. Hall women a Home missionary soc j 7� s Quot dock.1 m e Chur the Chuc auxiliary ladies of the b. Of r. T. Auxiliary Christmas party hell 7 30 p. M. Margaret Cavin to broadcast Margaret Helen Cavin seven year old daughter of or. And mrs. Clare Cavin 204 South Clark Street will broadcast from blocks department store in Indianapolis at 10 a. M. Saturday morning Over station w. F. B. M. She will give a piano selection entitled a the Mill by the Brook a by Robin Mclachlan. Miss Cavin is a student in Grade 2b at the Elm Heights school. She is a music Pupil of miss Alontaga Grin Stead of the school of Alusic at Indiana University. Air. And mrs. Cavin will accompany their daughter to Indianapolis saturday. A or. And mrs. Elmo Cauble g13 East 2nd Street will spend the holidays with or. And mrs. E. A Hayes of Chicago Illinois. Mrs. Hayes is the daughter of or. And aim. Cauble. Mrs. Alice Howe of Evanston 111., is visiting Over Christmas vacation with or. And mrs. John Penrod or. And mrs. Tom Penrod mrs. R. H. Rowland and mrs. Fannie Weatherwax All of this City. Mrs. Charles Wylie North Indiana Avenue who has been ill with influenza is Able to be out again. Mrs. Vaught elected president of club co Guitry club. To give dance the Indiana vagabonds dance orchestra will play for the annual new years eve dance of the Bloomington county club. Plans Are being made by club members to make the dance one of the most a. C. Coyle of Indianapolis formerly of this City is visiting relatives and friends Here. Outstanding events of the commit for once making no attempt to i Dodge the press camera Greta a Garbo Sweden a gift to Hollywood is shown in a relaxed mood at the italian Island of Capri where she is vacationing. Miss Garbo a movements in Europe have been clouded with fhe same secrecy that veiled her activities in America. She is till leaving the world guessing As to whether or not she will return to Hollywood. Willing workers have Xmas party Surprise party Given for Phyllis Sare mrs. A a. Sare gave a Surprise birthday party monday evening for her daughter Phyllis Sare. Games and music furnished the entertainment for the evening. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. J a. A. A a quests were Beulah East Olive weight Mildred it Crum Gladys Crum Helen Sare Kenneth Cole Man Fred Vanpelt. Wayne coie. Man Joseph Chambers. Wilburn Chambers Lloyd Wright. Jesse of Quot Neal Lloyd East amp and Phyllis Sare. Mrs. A Hoy Baker. Ellettsville Road was hostess tuesday to members of the willing workers class of the fair View methodist episcopal Church for their annual Christmas party. Christmas carols were Sung by the group. Food and toys were brought by the members to be Given to the poor. The House was decorated in keeping with Christmas with a Large tree As the Center of attraction. Mrs. Baker served refreshments of jello and Coffee. Those present were mrs. Olive Kelly. Mrs. Alice Douglas airs. Margaret Winanne mrs. Eunice elder mrs. Edith Hannum. Mrs. Fern Barringer. Mrs. Mildred Poling mrs Eva Weaver mrs. John Mcauley mrs. Opal Gaither airs. Nota Hood mrs. Ruth Holsapple mrs. L. E. Dyer arid mrs. Baker. The next meeting of the willing workers class will be with mrs. L. E. Dyer 719 West 7th Street tuesday. January 31. High school news the Monroe county future Farmers of America met at the High school monday afternoon with All members present. A committee of three was appointed to meet with the 4 club girls to make plans for an old fashioned bean supper. The club discussed ways of making Money in of Der to Send a judging team to the round up at Purdue University to be held in the Spring. Eastern Star party for families masonic Temple 7 30 of clock Friday veterans of foreign wars auxiliary dinner 0 o clock. Emma Stuart Finch no. 00, sons of veterans auxiliary g. A. R. Hall 2 p. M. Friday social club mrs. Raymond Renaker North Indiana Avenue. 2 30 of clock. A saturday hold joint party the Spanish american War veterans and auxiliary held a joint Christmas party at the g. A. R. Hall tuesday evening. Mrs. Myrtle hut and mrs. R. A. Pauley were in charge of the program and mrs. Donald Vaughn and mrs. E. K. Buzzaird were in the menu com-1 Mittee. J a Christmas program was enjoyed. Isabella Pitman Sang two solos accompanied by mrs. Harold tee in charge of arrangements. Elaborate decorations will be used in the club House. Favor dances will be features of the entertainment. Julius Moser a student at Manchester College is spending the holidays with his parents or. And mrs. J. E. Moser East 7th Street. Miss Faye Overton East 3rd Street will visit her parents or and mrs. William Overton at Kokomo Over Christmas. Tom Campbell son of Blount Campbell South Lincoln Street recently located in Indianapolis where he is a Salesman for an automobile Agency there. Tom Campbell was formerly a Bloomington resident. He is a brother of Fred Campbell East 1st Street. Or. And mrs. Elmo Cauble East 2nd Street Are leaving for Chicago thursday to spend Christmas with their daughter. Young. A play let entitled a old Beta Phi Sigma dance Hall Over i time Christmas at mothers a writ Robertson and Whaley grocery 8 a ten by mrs. R. A. Pauley was one to 12 p. M. I of the features of the entertain j tuesday i ment. The cast for the Home scene Rebekah i. O. O. F. Hall even-1 in other Days included mrs. E. K. Ing. Buzzaird As Mother and mrs. Done Beta Phi Sigma fraternity Hall Aid Vaughn mrs. Ernest Mathews 7 of clock. Mrs. Owen Walker entertains club Bryants entertain at dinner party and Jackie Buzzaird and Vera Keaton. The scene showing Mother s Home at present was enacted by mrs. Minnie Stewart mrs. Mary j Strain mrs. Huff and mrs. Jones. During the presentation of the j a a to to scene of the old Home miss Pitman j the p peasant hot. A Home eco j d m Harold Young Sang Cly a a was entertained ,.h Sweet a Inis Aii a Artje by mrs to Quot at the close of the play the an Walker tuesday afternoon at her mrs. R. A. Pauley gave a Home on East 19th Street a a gated entitled the old time Chus Mas Tiee and other 1 Christmas Quot which summarized the. Mas decorations were used in the 1 Nti e Lay mrs Strain Sivc j. A 4a three readings. Edna Alice Matli contests were held with the Fol news a a 3 adored with four read lowing members As winners mrs. A jugs a Charles Wylie or. Played j 1 or. And mrs. A l. E. Dyer and three children 719 West 7th Street will spend Christu uis Day with or. Dyers parents or. And airs. Charles s. Dyer of Worthington. Or. And airs. Alfred Bryant entertained with n 6 of clock dinner Aton Day evening for employees of the Beau Brummel shop and their families. Or. Bryant is owner of the shop. Card playing and music were enjoyed by the group following g the dinner those present wore air. And airs. Roy Thompson and children Junior and Joseph air. And airs. Clifford Hunter Fowler Ragle and daughter Judy. Harry Cowan Betty Gray Gladys Gray Roy Bach Maude Fuhrman Alary Singer miss Lynn Bonny Duncan Joseph Cottrell and or. And airs. Alfred Bryant. A. A a. A a Robert Patton mrs. Wiley Patton i cd Quot res Mas carols. Light refresh of a i i to Inion is were served. The members Havlu. Gifts were exchanged. Two Jet donations for the Chris. Baskets of groceries eight dresses t. And two comforters will be Dis a next auxiliary meeting will j Tab used by the club to needy fam by a the q a r has a wedne3day, mrs Walker served delicious re-1 january a this win be he my nil Quot mis. Saikei served delicious in luncheon meeting. Freshment of fruit pudding with a please phone news items social a and1 club announcements to the / Telephone. A. R mrs. Frank Ter Ell is quite ill with influenza at her Home a on North Fairview Street. Airs. William Acdonald is with influenza at her Home Hunter Avenue. A a a ill on whipped Cream in Christmas col ors and Coffee. Mrs. Joseph Han Beta Phi Sigmas to son of Arlington was a guest of the a club. A. Members present were mrs. Robert Stephenson mrs. D. A. Riaf Lich mrs. Ted Burks airs. John Patton mrs. Frank Ridge mrs. Cecil Lanum mrs. Harold prow mrs. C. C. Haflich mrs. James Bell mrs. Dorothy Eads mrs. Paul Pat give a spooky dance members of the Beta Phi Sigma fraternity will hold their annual a a spooky dance saturday evening from 8 to 12 of clock. The dance will be held in the Hall Over Robertson and Whaley grocery. Jimmy Long ton airs. Wuey Patton mrs. Rob and his Kansas City boys will fur Ert Patton mrs. Harley Bell and \ Nish the music mrs. Owen Walker. Mrs. Glen Mercer Walnut Street Rural will be hostess at the next meeting of the pleasant hour Home economics club to be held Friday january 6. Here a the Way to i George Hall and company of Chi Cago Are furnishing the decorations j for the dance. The dance committee j included Clifford Renaker chairman William Stoute and Otto Frick. A a a a a chaperone for the dance Are or. And mrs. Owen Summers or. And those miserable colds so prevalent Here now with flu spreading from the West authorities urge r % caution against colds % the so called flu or epidemic of colds which started on the West coast a month ago is spreading rapidly Over the country. However there appears no immediate cause for alarm. In its present form this years flu is generally mild and sometimes lasts Only four or five Days. But take no chances colds pull Down body resistance and often pave the Way for pneumonia and other serious complications. For greatest safety and Protection follow Vicks plan for better control of colds briefly the plan is this v. To give Xmas Fyfo Gram a Christmas program will be give mrs. T. J. George and or. And mrs. In at the Maple Grove Church near Paul White. Ellettsville at 8 of clock Friday evening. Santa Claus will he there with a treat for the children. The Public is invited to att end. A play plans were made for the dance at the fraternity meeting held Mon Day evening. Members who attended the meeting were Bill Brodie 1 let will be Given by Church Mem Joseph Fagan Clifford Renaker hers a a Philip Rothrock William Matthews a a i buddy Talbot William Summers j Garrison Chapel Aid society Harold Kelly Charles Johnson. Dick j a mrs. Earl Hamm West of town Van deman and John the Garrison Chapel Aid. The next regular Beta Phi Sigma. J society with a pot Luck luncheon i meeting will be held at 7 of clock Quot. Next tuesday evening. A air. And mrs. Noble Smallwood Bryan Avenue and or. And mrs. Noble Henderson 711 West 7th the Clear Creek Parent teacher association will meet at the school at 1 30 of clock Friday afternoon. Street drove to Indianapolis Mon school children will present a play Day. At t i >3 time. Sparkling Blue White to build resistance live normally done to worry. Get plenty of. Rest and sleep. Eliminate regularly. Drink lots of water. Eat Light wholesome food. Diamonds the gift of Friendship and lasting value 1t to prevent Many colds at that first feeling of stuffiness or nasal irritation sniffle or sneeze natures usual warning. That a cold is coming on use Vicks nose amp Throat drops. A a. The new Aid in preventing colds. This will Check Many colds at the nose and Throat where most colds Start. Get our prices and save at i r to end a cold sooner if a cold has developed or strikes without warning vigorous measures Are necessary. Rest As much As possible preferably in bed. Take a mild laxative if. Needed. At bedtime apply Vicks vap rub for its direct double action while you sleep. During the Day use the convenient Vicks nose drops for added Comfort and Relief while you work. A a a a a Nero a watches. Jewelry Silver and clocks a follow Vicks plan for better control of colds noted for Quality since 1881 see full details in each Vicks package 121 South Walnut. City Hall opposite us. Phone news item9 to 3000 or. And mrs. William c. Miller East 3rd Street Are entertaining Over Christmas vacation mrs. Priscilla Allbright and son Joseph of Chicago. A a a. A a mrs. Winnie Vaught was re elected president of the National a<1 club of the daughters of Union veterans at the club meeting held at the Home of mrs. Effie Steele 14th Street tuesday. Other new officers Are mrs. Minnie Clark Selt rotary succeeding airs. Nell Clark and airs. Louise Taylor treasurer succeeding mrs. Ida Burnham. A covered dish luncheon was enjoyed by the members at the Nooh hour. During the business meeting a Basket of groceries and a to i. Of Coal were donated to be Given to a poor family. It a a. Alembert present were mrs. Mini Nie Clark mrs. Mable Franklin mrs. Ida Burnham mrs. Louise Taylor mrs. Effie Steele mrs. Louisa Moore and airs. Winnie Vaught. The next meeting of the National Aid will be with mrs. Winnie Vaught 724 South Washington Street january 17. This will be an. All Day meeting. A covered dish luncheon will be served at ii s j. A i r a. Miss Mary Maxwet of the Graham hotel is planning. To spend Christmas with i relatives in Craw Fordt Ville. A it a or. And mrs. Robert masters South Walnut Street will visit Over Christmas Day with or. And mrs Leroy Decker and or. And mrs. George Fields All of Newcastle. Quot let us help you if you re still perplexed with a gift problem done to hesitate to ask our assistance. There Are literally hundreds of items of desirable gift merchandise Here that Are suitable for every member of the family and your friends. Here Are just a few suggestions. Coats Good warm Winter Coats tailored or fur trimmed at $69$ and upward a second floor dresses suitable for All occasions formal and informal at v $2.98 and upward a second floor Robes Bath and lounging Robes in stripes and figured patterns and upward a second floor menus shirts genuine Willow shirts made of the finest Broadcloth $1.00 each j a Street floor Cheney cravats neat patterns that the men would choose for themselves 98 c each a Street floor silk socks real silk socks in Good assortment of fancy patterns a. 39c each a Street floor silk Hose the finest Quality sheer Chiffon Hose wanted colors a. A a a a$1.00 a pair. A Street floor handkerchiefs always appreciated. In Linen Swiss and Lawn at 2c and upward a Street floor Towel sets turkish Towel. And Wash rag sets excellent values at s 59c set and up. A Street floor ice Box sets lamps heavy wire tray with four Green Glass containers at a a. Big assortment of lamps Bridge floor and table styles 98c set a Street floor 98c and up a third floor furniture Odd pieces end and round tables Coffee tables Magazine Racks Book shelves what not Racks for that vacant space that needs a some third floor Pewter nothing More popular Han Pewter. Good assortment at 25c and up a Street floor kid gloves serviceable and stylish patterns in Black and Brown at $1.50 a pair a Street floor Cigar lighters electric Cigar lighters in a number of different styles at a v and up a Street floor Yardley a products toiletries for ladies and shaving sets for men that represent the highest Type obtainable Ancl Are reasonably priced. A Street floor electric clocks genuine electric clocks that keep accurate time special at. 89c each Street floor toys and dolls Christmas just be Christmas to the boys and girls without toys and dolls and never Ber fore were they so Low in Price. Wicks company member of Birma Otis elevator service to All floors. 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