The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 20, 1936 · Page 2
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November 20, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Friday, November 20, 1936 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana i F 1,1.. cin.. were held trom mo iiums "-u- . .. mt... .u,1.. of Montezuma visited Mrs. Oilfoy HILLSDALE M, E. ( ! Spain Trains Them Young to Enter Red Ranks son, Kennetn inun, ,;. Burial wus at the Thomas cemetery Sunday afternoon LYFORD ITEMS west of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Paul' Mack and Mr. AID IN MEETING und Mrs. Ren inurcn aiu.nueu mo RECEIVED TODAY Two Attend Homecoming t Terre Haute College; Chicago Couple Here funeral of John Kendle at Terre Haute Tuesday. The Keudles are rormer residents. Mrs. Ira Peer went to Terre Haute Plans Made for Chicken Supper Tuesday; Next Session on December 2 Tuesday. Mrs. Lottie Blair of Danville was II - The M. K. the home of oilh of IliHs- HILLSDALE, Nov. 2 Aid members met at Mrs. Maude Jackson, n dale. Comforters we f dUl " vfcrv "1 -VI . jij v n the guest of her inntin-r, ,irs. ,ai- re made and supper to be Plans lor a chicken tie (larlliighouse. Wednesilay. Mrs. Fred Stelfy visiU'd her .jimi Iter. Mrs. Buster Edmonds of Mecca Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Liltle, Mr. and Mrs. II. H. McCarty. Mrs. virirll While and Mra. Fschnl B"n- held Tuesday, November 2r. Horn .1 until 7 i. m. It) the Fane Clark building were completed. Those who ultinilrd the meeting were Mesdame, P. M Ponton. Ollle nett attended a euchre parly, npon-sored hy the -RebekabB, In 'Dana Wednesday evening. ' Mrs. Claud Ogle, Mrs. Rurua Finney and son went to SI'.' Louis Wednesday to visit relatives. ' , and Claude Ponton. Floyd Hanich. Earl Heber. Harry Jones. Ira Peer Esther Wlmmer, Paul Mack. James titles, Harvey llutHon. Julia Pear-man, Maud Luce. Fred Brown, Fred Hendrls. Homer Earles. John Jackson and" the Misses Grace McCarty, Nora' Shelf, Virginia Jones, Ella I'n-derwood. and Marvel Matters all of Hillsdale and Mrs. C. Beehe and Rev. E. T. Miles of Newport. The next meeting will he at the home of Miss Nora Self Wednesday afternoon, December 2. Christmas just isn't Chr'stuma without RYTEX PERSONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS . . . and hcie are the new samples . . . gay, colorful nnd smart looking . . . and the Mrs. Joe Kemp of Danville visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wright Tuesday. Mrs. Hlla C. Davis and Mrs. Corbet Kemp of Fairview visited the Wrights Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Kemp and Mrs. Joe Wright visited Mrs. James Simpson of Mecca Tuesday afternoon. A. P. Hamilton has been ill with Hie rm for the last three days. Mlrs loin Cress and Bill Pastorius of Fontanet were Sunday eveiilnu guesta of Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton. Mrs. Anna Nolnsses ami daugbler Mrs. Mnllle Shields of Toledo, O.. are, visiting Mrs. John Randall. Mr. and Mrs. John Randall and family and Mrs. Nolasses visited Air. and Mrs. William Kller of Fairview Sunday. Mr. und Mrs. Morgan Shoemaker and Paul Shoemaker of Pendleton visited Mr. and Mrs. William Shoemaker Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Shoemaker and Mr. nnd Mrs. ("hnuncey Shoemaker tind daughters Marhara Ann and PatBy Lou vlslled Mr. and Mrs. Uruner Kilhum and daughters Doris and Lorraino and son Bobby Sunday. Lute ShoemnKer of Missouri has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Shoemaker. Mrs. Kate Van Lieu and son Frank visited relatives In Linton Sunday. Miss Oeorgin Van Lieu of Vln-eennes was the week-end guest of Mrs. Van Lieu. Mr. and Mrs. John Haltom of Sandridge visited Air. nnd Mrs. Elmer Haltom Sunday. Henry Foster and son Junior visited the Hnltonis Sunday morning. Mrs. Willinm Davis and Miss Jesse Bastal of Terre Haute visited Mrs. William Lucas over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. William Guess spent Sunday at DresRer. They attended a chicken dinner there. Mrs. Alex Fnulds and son Harold and daughter Norma Jean visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Randy Fanlds Sunday. Mrs. Sandy Fnulds visited Mr. nnd Mrs. John Foust of Shelbnrn. Mr. and Airs. Chris Wright and son Buddy visited Mr. and Mrs. as of old . . . ! i"c ' " ' fcmn in mill'" -n..-w: uma. '.-? T'u Scene at Barcelona .' .,..ji .mi, Name on the cards and 50 Envelopes to match. Make v,,r selection early at The Daily Ulthough but half the size of the heavy military iflen thev clutch in their chubby lists, these two I giving the traditional Communist salute on me , occasion of the 19th anniversary of the Communist Funeral services for Dave Fields t Mnit,tir.n in Rufitift fu a proun of Spanish govern- I ....... . LYFORD, Nov. 20 Miss Blniidu Van Lien and Wins 1'enina Williams attended the homecoming at Indiana State Teachers college. Mr. and Mrs. Merril Llmer of Clii-rago called on Mr. nnd Mm. Harvey Bugher Monday. Raymond Jiikos spent the week, end at home. Mr. and Mrs. William Crowder accompanied him back to camp at Lake Shukamuk. Mule Doyne Crowder of Clinton visited l'lilllls Crowder Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Editor Cleller an.l Mrs. Evan Adams and son Jackie Lee vielted Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Adams and children James and Rosenmry visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams Sunday. IMr. and Mrs. Merrll Sfiodgras-s and family visited Robert Fisrus of Clinton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Slutler nnd family visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ktutler of Centenary Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hofmann, Miss Frances Jackson, Estel Hofmann of Cory and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Tucker of Riley visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hofmann Sunday. Miss Lola Spurgeon of Hlllsdule visited Mrs. Alice Nolan Saturday evening. Mrs. Neva Payne and children Alice and Charles Ray visited Mrs. Nolan Sunday. Mrs. Nolan nnd aon Harry Helt visited in Indianapolis Wednesday. Alonto Smith of Knightsville visited his daughter, Mrs. Mae Williams, Sunday. Miss Melba Hayes spent the week end with Camille Smith or Clinton. Mrs. Winnie C.ilfoy visited Miss Laura Walker of South of Lyford Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Montgomery Clintonian. imimratpm At Rirrelona. SDain. are already b?ine it.uiuHu., ... -- i u-Hrt ort at a in nome in rrinceiun, 1 ment soldiers siana oy in tunuocu ( j - mmt eginiwted in the ways of communism. They are I "-" "" """ 1 "'"i'-"."lt - -mJJli-iir-'-" i..,iii"iiii1m " i lll,lri' i Charles Wilding Thursday. Mrs. Earl Hamblin and son Billy Joe visited Mrs. Ruth Wilding THOUSANDS WILL SAVE DURING NOVEMBER AEtLilY WEEK 1 h 2th Twins Common in Denmark Twins are most common in Denmark and least common in Colombia, while the United States is near the everage in its twin records. Twins occur once in sixty-three births in this country. The world average is one set of twins in eighty-five births. Scientific American. Nov 19? and Is until Saturday night, Nov. 28, to share m this gal. event I b K.. have been hurrying around to orchards, to canneries, and to all places where the new crops and the new PTftdT.& were to gather together, for our stores, the finest and freshe foods be found anywhere. , , M .. "ourchasinsr airents," have complete stocks of the finest foods ready for you. Our And now these buyers fA full of the season', choicest harvest, and every item is prioed trthTvoun r:lzedd feIZ iSTn, to defers! Nervous Power Like Electricity There is a great similarity between the effect of electricity and the power produced or liberated by the nervous system, some unexplained common factor, though we have made only a very little progress in solving the mystery. New pack Ileld Corn CORN. ahe 34 cans SI. 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