The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 18, 1936 · Page 2
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 18, 1936
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Wednesday, November 18, 1316 The Daily Ointon'an. Clinton, tndlana t- CliarllA Shoemaker, nttar V,aa. . Mies Mariiiiret Tolln pnt kie Anybody Want to Buy a Iiale Cheap? weekend with her parents, Mr. and Dr. G. R. McCUlHfc Chiropractor''' X-ray Berrien. Palmer OrtdiiaW. WS BUHunaa atrewt Daaa where, she has employmenf. , .''$r. Blai'fhe HaTfey and o were anmiia' those who attended tht 72nd birthday annl-ersary of William Cephart at his home. Mrs. Sarah Harpor of Clinton Is visit Inr her sous. John and Herman, and their families thla week. Mr, tleortre Tolln. The ladiea of Dally Chapel Christian churrh will sponsor a food sale FAIRVIEW CLUB FORMED FRIDAY Roacoe Sweufy Made President bt Orgnirtioti Meermf ( kt Town Hall at Swlnehart'a itore Saturday. Mr and Mra. Parret Haun spent Sunday with their daughter. Mis. r t i Juke pntnet and fantllv r.t renter. Mr. mid Mra. Melvln MII-s had as Sunday dinner aueftt Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Miller and family of near Montezuma. V. i firejery if nr'af Motitrr'.ima spent unday with Mr and Mr H.her Haun. Mr and Mrs. Herhe! KM is and son of Indiana pills and Mr. avd Mrs. Emory nnehri ami enildren of Punmilt irov also t all- I on the Huun's. Mr. and Mn. Jess Monlsoajery ;,,( had as Sunday dinner dieata Mr. id Mrs. Ixiren rioicnlt and son of n-ar ('etitenary. . 'a 1 1 1 it,,,. - i CAYUGA CHURCH HOLDS REVIVAL Rev. Addlaon Wfllard Crabbe of - ,-,W . on Ctk-aifo U Conductinf; Current Meetinf ' cn ...Aden'T fire. Off ylpk, that departed with a party of ang-lera, returned to Its pter ta New Tork with fta on whale found dead ff Atlantic Fijrhlanda. Kow tba proHew ta. what to d with th Sylpa, that departed with a party of wg-lera, whala, found dead off Atlantic Highland itch to' Th fishing- boat oarcaat of two-ton darathinfl ,vef CAYl'flA, "Nov. Is.- -Revival serv j , lees are beine condunrtl at tlie , Christian ehurrh by Rev. Addison j, ,(WCB ' tgte' of ,vei ref be , fn envet9e! toe 1 tot a Man- Pickford to Wed Rogers tor rVtno ;,er ,nve CO' be NOTICES FROM i DAILEY CHAPEL ,toof ,d. to 9e .tto"1 (on vet ,loVf etnP' Loyal Disciple Claw Convene srtet ie to Willard Crabbe of Chieaeo. Rev. y.-r Ganhey, pastor of the ehuroh. pt-tends a eordiai invitation to all Miss MIf-nou Wilhite of Cl:am-paiu-n visited her parent Monday. Ted DeVerter wat io Danville Monday en l usinoss. Mr. and Mra. Harry jeer find Mies "ornelia Wetiel of chi"ao T.ere weekend truests of Mr, aid Mra. Ros-'oe Roark. Dr. and Mrs. R E. Brown and son Mai lerf Sunday tnornine lor a twj weeks v'f't 1n Florida. ' Vlriril Hartman and danch'er Maxlhe were Sunday ftueBls of Mr. and Mrs. John Harper. In the after ooY 1 tr.'i nyOP' :vef for Entertainment at Lientz Home ,11 ne' -cntt CO' ,er tto 0' vef ' DAILY CHAPEU Nov. 18. Mr. i -t V to and Mrs. Fred (Lientz entertained the Loyal TJieiples Class at their home Friday evening. Contests were enjoyed with Mrs. Charlie Miller and Mrs. Edith Godden reeeivine J Refreshments of Bandwiehes. cake,. noon ihey all aeermpnnied Mav Harper hark to rami at Waveland. If you OO need a felepfcon VIM" vt V Mr. and Mrs. Diester Cook ,f 1 x ' XAIUVIIV. Nov. IK -Th;rty-:i person. Joined the Kali vie ,i-rumilty rluh nt He rowing held at tle town hall Krlrixy nliflit. The follovlnc oKlriTK .! . rt ' serve until the (Irtilj'f H"' 'ear: Roseoe Sv president NV Dunn. vke-presinm!. an.l fhai'ntf. Kite, seerctary-tienlure. Buuco w P'V" and priie. ti awarded 1.. '1.hH Abcrnathy. hteh; '-"' r.!rl:.-. r bunro. and No" Ta' ,nw r" neat reectin will lwr-in a' lh" !" hall t 7 p. m. Friday. Novenii.ej- ;f Mrs Martha fhorl spe-,1 r- 1" two weeks with tT tons. Eon a-" Simeon Short of Tofi ila.-t. S returned horn Saturday. Mr. ami Sam .Inhumi tiir moved from Clinton " Pni'view . 6ecnnd street. Mrs. Jesse Vestal and turn ' spent the weekend, wiih l-r motu" Mr. Maltha Short. Mr. Cecil Weir and M-s. Willuir Devore and daughter Shtrlcv Aim " Danville. TIL, spent a lew dnys wV their unele John Shull and Bhull. they alao visiled Iheir ecur: Stephen Shall. Mrs. Robert Stolies and Mr.-. Co-bet Kempt spent Thursday in T -. Haute Miss Annabel Hunter was tn Tei". Haute Thursday evcr.inr. Mr. and Mra. Jolin Connor family have moved from WinM:!--ton to Clinton en South Seven!)-street. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pand'-5 :' family have moved from Clinton 1' North Lincoln street In Falrvlew. Mm. Ixiuts MalHnnweM well ' Dayton. O . to Fpend a few days v't! her husband, who Is tn the Veternr.v hospital. He is IU In awtiiu conditioo. Mr. and Mrs. Trihtiltk and family moved from Falton afreet tn Clnto-Saturday. Mrs. Wlthelmlne doennll fpi" Saturday In Terre Hnrite. Mrs. Joeo'u Hrynnt intended f birthday dinner In Terre Hunf Thursday. Clenn Clark spent Pumrday 1. Tern? Haute - Orda rrlehnrd of Newport rpn Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Val.e: Eaton. Mr. and Mrs. RAy Hamnierc'.ey ' Salem were Sunday rueMn nf Mr Etta Clark. Mrs. Hebeeea J. TN'aijner ha-moved from ludian Springs U til C. C. Ilirt property on Fifth stree: in Fuirview I'artt Srerett Rate of Clerehmd. ().. I-apendlbft few weeks with hi dHURhter. Mra. Tiosroe Sweozey . Miss Wltna Ellei speir) the we.'!.-end In Terre Halite. , Mrs. Mary Williamson of Terre Hatite.. formerly of Falrvlew, ir ependlnp a few days wilh 'rlcnds. ' Mlsa drape Eller of Cliiea -o W speu3int; a few days with her motl'-er. Mrs. Ida Eller Mrs. Homer Rifbey mient Thursday in Terre Haute. Josephine Jlolanowsl.i is eonrinei" to her home with llloeei' Mr. and Mis Homer Mit lieli and dauKbtr Aniiu spent Sutnrd-iy e" it I iik with their dat-vhter L.ui ui ihr Riekville sanltariem. Mrs! JXeil Slattery of Chli-acn war the weekend fcuest ot tier parent Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jnhusor.. Harold Sheldon of I-.d: :'n?-oi-was the Sa'.nrdav euest oi li.ivv )HViS. 'Mr and f. Rista Simmons !-i-A coll, wrife or vtif our Businets Offict INDIANA MU TELEPHONE COMMIT and eoffee wei"e served. Mr. and Mr. Charlie Shores of Roekvllle spent Thursday wjtu Mr. and Mrs. Freeman "oa. Mr. and Mra. Homer Lear and daughter Ruth spent Sunday with Mra. Lear's -parents. Mr. and Mrs. bdiiville are hpre at the home of Mr. iiud Mrs. Ooree Parka. Mr. Parks vs brought home from the hospital in Danville Saturday and he is reported a beipg very low. Maxlne Alice left Sunday for as I" N. iWCiEVE0LETi7 Mary Pickford Buddy Royers Thl new photo of Mary Pickford and Buddy Ropera. as they appeared together in Hollvwood. was taken Just Iwfore it a revealed that they wera engaged, a romance which has been rumored for some time. I i, i e..l Qonanv all.ta I ' When you see the I,ew 1"J3 ' ' i-RYTI-'X OHRIBTMA8 CARDS you; i of Mr. and Mrs. Leo (Ji-i'fin and . v.u, 11)Hrvel at their smart deslirna i j,nd fine paper and large Frencb , i b""- j Fold size... and also at their ex- ! Marearet l'etak of Terre Haute tremely low prlee...8u for tl.wO., , KATar ,?u ineluditiE your Name on the cards .spent Sunday with t,er parents. Mi UMJ 60 envRi()peii to match. The i and Mrs. Mike Petak. j Dally Cllntoniau. LA I ! Oulx PRINTED STATIONERY 50 SWEETS 50 ENVELOPES More Than Ten Million People viewed the New Chevrolet in the first 24 hours Thousands upon thouaands haw abadj plad orders. . . Other thousands are buying at this moment See and drive thia brilliant new car and you will want one, too! 4J rs r.VAAC THE OKAY OF THE L. S. A.! And more than the okay the enthusiastic preference! That "a the word that is cominR from the citaea, towns and farm of all Ajnerica, where more than ten million people virwd thi new CJieTTolet in the first 24 hour . . . where thousand iBression Valve-in-Head F.npne, New AU-Silent. All-Steel Budiea and New Jliajiiond wn rretime Hylins; ... the uniy low- ' priied car WHh Prrfeted Hydrauu- Brakes. ImproTed CCding Knee-Action Bide and Ser-iafe Shu"-kmif Steering . -and the ir low-prwed car which eombiui tjeiiuine 'iaher N Draft Ventilation and riafetv Plale Crlr All INO.U0IN6 f MNttetG . . . '. TH W-t SOWN O E0 IMK 0OUW.E SHfSTS 0 HAT iHfSTS tM LUt SlkCT. WMItf 0 TAN fA. . Karanovich FUNERAL HOME IXC. 24-Hour FREE Ambulance Service Phone 165 532 S. 4th St. ujkh) thooMDde of eople have already placed order . ,. ..aod where the demand for new 1937 Chevrolet is increasing with earh passin ; day! The reautonare plain. Thie new Chevrolet for 1937 is the oiJr low-pricei ear with New High-Coin- Arornid ait n nti coat I ' 'J ake a look at this car. take a ride in it. and we are confident that you will give your complete preference td the complete car completelr new. THE ONLY COMPLETE CM PRICED AU Vim SUzds saw i cotoRS . p."" anc 50 StET$ AKD $8 ErtVS.or-eS t SO LOW jsjara. km t Mm CLINTON AUTO CO. Daily Clintonian . iOe4Al CH.tirMA C05 e W ' 115 BlackmiSlreet v : - - Phone 397

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