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Bloomington Daily Telephone (Newspaper) - December 31, 1932, Bloomington, Indiana T Oil i Page two the Bloomington daily Telephone Bloomington Indiana phone soon phone social news a a a a a social and club events a a a a phone social news a to 3090 a society news a just in the editor s Han of 10 of clock the Day of publication. To 3090 int Home economics club stage honeymooners in South members entertain. S families with party a ?. A _ Quot a a a of the walk a lot Home economics club entertained a a Quot their families with a party thurs-�?~\4l Day evening at the Lovely country Home of or. And mrs. Dwight Green. .3-a Bountiful dinner was served at it o clock. Games and contests were enjoyed the. Group following the Short business meeting was. Of Tell the club Calendar for the coming year was discussed the members. Those present were or. And mrs. Merrill King a mrs. J. E. A Ooley or and mrs. John Mcauley a and children Claramae and Rob. R fert or. And mrs. Harold Fleener j and son j. A. Or. And mrs. Glenn Ali Fri a a Fay and children. Benita and Carl. To. And mrs. Otto Funkhouser and children Otho Margaret Iirvin and Hazel or. And mrs. Herman Mcconnell or. And mrs. Harvey Brown or. And mrs. Omer May and son Leon or. And mrs. Tom Fullerton or. And mrs. O. C. Jjones m. L. Fullerton or. And a mrs. E. T. Knox mrs. Myrtle Gil a Aspy or. And mrs. Frank Drake i and daughter Clare Marie and or. And mrs. Dwight Green. Social Calendar co getters 4-h club has Xmas party recently married secretly i new York Charlea butter Orch Wall fun. Known funny Man of stage and screen and his Bride the former Ethel the next meeting of t he Waik a j Southerland Broadway actress As they were Catu Rbt the t rat Homo club will camera at their honeymoon Retreat in Miami Fla the newlyweds had held at the a a of ass Harold fax a Othar Only a few months when they decided to ttp4oa to the a a of Keener East University Street j. A a i wednesday. January 18. A a attend Church rally mrs. Ernest Lutes j ladies league meets several members of the y Oung Peoples society of the United pres a Terian Church attended a Presby arterial rally thursday at the United a presbyterian Church in Indiana of Polis. Those who attended from r Here were. Allen Layman Charles a Miller Paul Naylor. Hugh Naylor a Ellen Miller Jean Mcelroy mar. Garew Johnston. Ruth Johnston ant a Watt and j. W. Meloy. A j t. % a f in Case of cold weather automobile troubles drive a Pur car into our heated ervice room and you will soon on your was. Blair a super service right Down town 115 East 6th Street phone 2955 gives dinner party i with mrs. Ritter mrs. Ernest Lutes of Tolar hous a j the ladies Home league met at ton entertained with a dinner Par j 2 of clock Friday afternoon at the to wednesday honouring hereon Home of mrs Susan Ritter North James Ernest jr., and Dean Pru j Summit Street with fourteen Mem itt on their birthday anniversaries j Bers in attendance. Two. Angel food cakes lighted a quilt top was made and Quill Small birthday candles formed the j ing done the members. Mrs. Center piece for the table. House Ritter served refreshments of cake decorations were in keeping with j Coffee and Cocoa the Holiday a Eason. Members present were mrs. The children played games in the Mary Smiley mrs. Ida Nichols afternoon. Pictures were taken of mrs. Louise Meadows mrs. Alma the group. 5 guests were Daniel Lutes age 84, great grand father of James or Lake mrs. Marjorie Lawer mrs. Edna Wood mrs. Louise Ritter mrs. Mary Kendall mrs. Bertha nest or. And mrs. Riley Nellie j Burton mrs. Violet Van Deventer Lutes and mrs. Ervin Pruitt and miss Catherine Ritter miss Clara children of desm and Clara May. Or. And my. Lutes Are former residents of Monroe county. Or. Lutes is a. Teacher at the Todd school in Polk township. Group to meet the pythian Sisters will hold their regular meeting at the k. Of j p. Hall at 7 30 of clock Friday evening. The group did rot meet this week because of the weather conditions. A v a a a a a a a a a Belle Burton mrs. Clora Burton and mrs. Susan Ritter. A a the league members will meet at 2 of clock next thursday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Violet Van Deventer 1201 West cottage . U. Graduate visits Here Captain Floyd f. Fleming of Chicago visited thursday with or. And mrs. John to. Temple East University Street in route to Louisville. Captain Fleming is a brother of mrs. Temple. Who graduated sewing club the thursday afternoon sewing from. Indiana University in 1914 and club will meet at. 2 30 p. M. Thurs j was one of the Star athletes of the i Day at the Home of mrs. Melvin. University at that time. A i broker 311 South Maxwell Street. Captain Fleming was acting Captain of the football team at i. A in Doug h Ert pc a a Delicatessen 1109 South Walnut Street. Quot a a a. I phone 4938 everything for your watch party Ginger ale Lime Rickey Large bottles. A Complete line of fancy candies nuts and fruits. Pretzels and pretzel Sticks. We carry everything you will want Eor a lunch. We suggest that you try \ Dole hot pineapple juice for colds l his Junior year and Captain of the i team during his senior year. To also played basketball and baseball. He is a member of the Sigma no fraternity. Captain Fleming is athletic instructor at the Morgan Park military Institute in Chicago. A missionary society meets the women a foreign missionary society of the Arlington Church held their regular monthly meeting at the Church. Friday afternoon. Mrs. Simon Gilpatrick Ledi the meeting. The topic for discussion was it a the next meeting of the i piety will held Friday january 27. Aid to meet thursday the ladies ail society of the Arlington m. E. Church will meet for an All Day session and pot Luck luncheon at the Home of mrs Roy Loudermilk Ellettsville Road thursday. A quilt will pieced the members in the afternoon. >1 .�?�1 v a i i All $1?� Tomy friends Ano f a i a r i a a. R i t i . Mjl3 10hsah�5�z�wisa j j j10 Greet �0ua a a a read y Atti Wheatjr it 4. -4 a Al a a i. Ltd. Saturday quarterly rally of the Cross roads Epworth league Cross roads Church 8 of clock. Epworth league of the Cross roads Church Church 6 30 o clock. Bloomington country club new years eve dance club House 9 to 12 p. M. La Zetta club new years watch party miss Frances Roberts South Washington Street 10 p. M. Pocahontas Council new years party red mens Hall 8 o clock. New year s eve watch party miss Mary Gatts. South Walnut Street. Sophomore his club party William Brown 9 to 1 p. M. Knights of Columbus and St. Charles p. T. A., new years eve dance k. Of c. Hull 9 of clock. Monday a Soross club mrs. W. H. Adams 431 South College Avenue 2 30 of clock. Rural study club. Mrs. Walter Duncan Bloomfield Road 7 30 p. In. American legion auxiliary Bridge party legion Home 7 80 p. M. Sons of veterans business meeting 7 45 of Olock. Conversation club mrs. Oscar e. Tharp 520 East 2nd Street 2 30 of clock. A nineteenth Century club mrs. Fred Batman East 5ih Street 2 30 p. M. / a past Noble grand club j. O. O. F. Hall 2 30 of clock. 1 y. P b., sunday school room of first m a. Church 7 30 p m. Business and professional women s club Nora Stef Fey and Dora Friedline 426 East cth.3treet., 6 of clock. A a tuesday Beta Phi Sigma fraternity. Bud Woodburn East 10th Street evening. A. A Phi Delta Theta fraternity club rooms 8 of clock. Delta Zeta pal sorority first National Bank 7 30 of clock. Patsy club mrs. R. A. Demotta North fees Avenue. A Colfax Rebekah Lodge installation of officers i. O. O. F. Hall 7 30 o clock. V St. Cecelia society Georgannie and Ruth Williard Hunter Avenue 7 30 of clock. Tri Kappa sorority mrs. Torn Karsell North Indiana Avenue 2 30 o�?Tclock., a ladies of the grand army g. A. R. Hall 2 30 of clock. K. O. N. Club mrs. North College Avenue Home makers Home economics club mrs. Long East 1st Street 8 p. M. A a wednesday Bridge club miss Elva Fleetwood 608 East 12th Street. A thursday a thursday night Bridge club mrs. T. P. Hanna. Atwater Avenue 7 30 p. M. Thursday afternoon Slewing club mrs. Melvin Booker 311 South Maxwell Street 2 30 of clock. Bridge club mrs. Joseph Ham Ros Miller drive 1 30 o clock. Women s Home and foreign missionary society of Wesleyan Church mrs. Earl Trisler North Lincoln Street All Day. A. Eastern Star installation. Of officers masonic Temple 7 30 p. It. Ladies Aid of the Arlington Church mrs. Roy Loudermilk. Ellettsville Road All Day. Ladies Aid society of the first methodist. Episcopal Church Church 2 30 of clock. A a Friday p. T. A. Of St. Charles Catholic school school 3 of clock. Pythian Sisters k of a. Hall 7 30 o clock. The go getter 4-h club met for a Christmas party thursday at the Home of Josephine and Hilda Glaubke. Bethel Road. Gifts were exchanged the members. Contents and games were enjoyed. The hostesses served refreshments of hoi chocolate marshmallow cookies and Popcorn balls. Four guests were present including mrs. J. H. Glaubke. Edith Glaubke Martha Mobley and Alice Hinkle. Members present were Catherine Fowler. Josephine. Hilda and Bertha Glaubke. Gledith fielder. Liota Hinkle Lora Mobley Maxine Crews Lois Wible Ancl Gladys Baugh. The next meeting of the go getters 4-h club will held in april. Local groups plan joint supper meeting representatives of the ministerial association the county and Ocul w. C. T. U. Chapters and the y. P. B. Met recently to make plans for a supper meeting to held wednesday evening january 11, at the first. Christian Church. Miss Norma Brown nationally known speaker will address the group on the subject Quot liquor control miss Brown has been associated with the flying Squadron for 11 years and has addressed Large gatherings in every stale along with colonel Raymond Robbins and or. Oliver Stewart. A supper will served the ladles of the first Christian Church tickets May secured from mrs. J. A Neill members of the w. C. T. U. And y. P. B. And from ministers of Bloomington churches. Y. P. B. To have contest a Silver medal contest under the direction of Nota Scholl will held at the regular y. P. B. Meeting in the sunday school room of the first methodist epic Opal Church at 7 30 of clock monday evening. The contestants Are Virginia Warmen Barbara Gilpatrick Naomi Dalton Ruby Johnson and Malcolm Ballinger. Miss Virginia Warmen will in charge of the devotions. All members and persons interested Are urged to attend. \ Chester Neal weds troop school. A a the Reserve officers troop school will meet in the Union building at Indiana University at 7 30 o clock tuesday evening. Major Hudelson of the Indiana military area with Headquarters in Indianapolis will the principal speaker. His subject will Quot combat . Mary Elizabeth Payne who has been spending the holidays with i her parents or. And mrs. W. V. Payne Martinsville Road will re turn to Harrodsburg 111., sunday j she is a teacher in the school at Harrisburg. A i a Dorothy Parle j and mrs. Arthur Neal. Or. And mrs. Arthur Neal 10th Street Pike announce marriage of their san cheat Neal of Dayton o., to mles Othy k. Parlette of Broo Kiili the marriage took place in mond ind., september 3. Wil Rev. O. T. F. Trissel of the Ity lutheran Church office the Bride wore a yellow dress and carried a bouquet Low rosebuds. Or. And mrs. Neal left in stately after the ceremony f wedding trip through the they Are residing in a Ytoiz or Neal is employed is a Man for the Fletcher in an company. Or. Neal attn. De Bloomington High school an Well known Here. He has been ing in Dayton for the past at years. A h t miss Ocea Kerr teacher 1 schools at Harvey iii., has de to her school work Al Ter ing Christmas vacation parents or. And mrs. I Kerr Martinsville Road. Weeping and distraught the fatal consequences of her Blunder nurse Georgia Paulson is shown As she left the District attorneys office new York after she had explained How she made the mistake in bottles that resulted in the deaths i of three infants at the new York Hospital where miss Paulson is employed. During her testimony nurse Paulson collapsed and Moi Al treatment was required to revive Vinyl University lutheran Margaret of Donnell entertains at Bridge Edw. F. Stegen pastor sunday school at 9 30. Or. . Homann superintendent. Graded classes. The sunday a school offers every child an Opportunity to learn the Bible. A i morning worship at 10 30. Ser a Mon the pastor. Special music prof. Gustave Arlt organist j voting members meet monday j evening at 7 30 in the vestry room. University Church extend. A Eor dial Welcome to All. Ralph Day 7 30 o clock. B. V. W. Waffle supper a Waffle supper will held members of the business and professional women a club at 6 of cock monday evening at the Home of i Nora Steffey and Dora Friedline East 6th Street. Each member is a asked to bring her own table service. A amiss Margaret of Donnell entertained with a Bridge party at her Home on North fess thursday evening in Honor of miss Margaret Dow of Lafayette. Miss Dow is a graduate of Indiana University. A three tables were in play. Miss Mary Margaret Lettellier was awarded High prize and Low prize went to miss Electa Swank. Light refreshments were served the hostess. A a guests were the misses Edith Mercer. Electa Swank Mary Margaret Lettellier Margaret Helen Carpenter Mary we Inland Marjorie Cox a Alice Burke Ruby Book Margaret Dow and Margaret Strong and mrs. H. K. Eckels. Or. And mrs. I. R. York East 4th Street Are entertaining this week miss Marie Pease of Terre haute. I9ij �5 a m May your year Replete i deepest satisfaction of life. Your happiness in the new Yea As certain As our wishes Are sincere. A i a a a a Otis Jenkins j. P. White Howard Crews Marc Donnelly Winfred Fyffe Kolla Wilbur Ross Wilbur. T v Cleo troth Wayne Hendricks Charles Benson. Ward Donnelly i cd a a v University motors inc 415 North College. A phone 4855 formal initiation held Patsy club formal initiation services for seven initiates were held thursday evening members of the Patsy club at the Home of their sponsor mrs. R. A. Demotte North fess Avenue. The impressive services were read candlelight. Girls who were initiated included Helen Mae fisc us Geneva Jacobs Bonnie Bryant Vera Mae Massey Marie Terry Lois Baldridge and Betty Gray. A favors of yellow rosebuds were Given to each member. Refreshments of ice Cream in yellow Rosebud holds and yellow cakes iced in Blue with the word Patsy were served. A the committee in charge was composed of Ruth Evelyn Prince chairman Ruth Parnell Ruth Harrell and Mary Emeri Moser. Four alumnae a members were present including Doris Cook Julia Perry Virginia Duncan and Helen Prince a. A a members who. Attended wer a Betty Curts Mary Elizabeth Jackson Helen Munn Betty Gale Evangeline Gaither Betty Boyer june Light Frances Johnston Julia Rose Sij Juison Ruth Evelyn Prince Ruth Parnell Jean Donnelly Mary Ellen May Gladys Richardson Martha thrasher and Helen Myers. Miss Margaret Kinsey a guest of mrs. Demotte also was present. Election of new officers will held the Patsy members at the Home of mrs. Demotte at 7 of clock tuesday evening. _. Cotton frocks club to meet mrs. Ralph Day North College Avenue will hostess to members of the a N. Club at 7 30 of clock tuesday evening. The meeting was previously announced for january if. A Glenn gra3r of West Newton and Ernest is. Dillo i arc visiting the former s parents or. And mrs. John a Gray of Unionville. A a if you thou Glit Chat Paris fashions mean costly Silks and velvets Here a a grand Surprise for you Cottons As l Laiglon creates them a a a \. A have come out of the Kitchen and n a. J. Am a a a a a. A have gone sophisticated in a really grand manner l Laiglon dresses have been famed for years for their Fine fabrics and workmanship their stunning styles but this year a clips a a a i it. A a % v every past Success. A i a i w a i Gay scotch plaids in Gingham Beautiful Flower prints. A on handkerchief Linen pastel linens Lovely enough for sunday Best Crisp Little sports frocks of Fine menus shirting. Broadcloth that looks like Sik All fashioned from Paris models the quaint puffed sleeves the Throat bugging necklines you seen on High priced dresses Lovely lingerie collars made hand in puerto Rico a d j j a Clay dashing styles for misses Ever Youthful models a a a a a a a for women for every daytime occasion a school busier a v 1 sports Home town and All priced so Low you la want to buy them the half dozen. See window tomorrow and monday $ 1.98 Tovy t -t�idte%l4b a. He. Pm s v. A. A a w a my i l in

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