The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 25, 1936 · Page 2
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Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 25, 1936
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Wednesday, November 25, 1936 The Dally Clinlonian, Clinton, Indiana Page 5 Wabash Thursday, Friday and Saturday HILLSDALE H .S. , TtfHAVE PLAY ggoice of poigi 18 Fit IpSIS 'Honeymoon Inn' Will Be Given by Junior Claw on December 16 COURT NEWS NKW'POItT. Ind., Nov. 25 Alimony in the sum of J1.000 is asked in a suit for divorce, (lied Monday by Malicl .McKinney Glasson of Cllli-lou ngiiinst Ira oliu Glasson. Plaintiff also asks that lier maiden name of McKinney be restored. The complaint alleges cruelty. Tim couple married February 12. ir27 and punned November 23. l!i!l. Atlnrney Humid II.' Wlschult of Clinton has been uppuiiited ndniiiils-Iraior ile bonis non of I he estate Arnilnla Hninti. late or Clinton. I ml Bond was approved by the cHirl In the sum of $ 1 UO. NT 1 HILLSDALE, Nov. 24 A thrw ct play, "Honeymoon Inn," will be presenced by the Junior dims of tin-Hillsdale high silinol on Decern her 16. It will be under the direction f Karl KlRer. The cut will be an followi: Pete Blaler r'ruiikllii Akrr- 5 ( '.AllillliSFW'j Homer K. Wolfe has been appointed administrator of the estate of Margery Wolfe, bite of Highland township, deceased. Bond has been approved in the sum of $2.0.00. JOHN C)l A1 F.N ji lU (lUn nf lh ninmr Ouinhmlftt in thr Irene Slater fleiilab Thinw Jed Blair Whliajiletnn. Kriiuk Ca"' Miranda Litllefleld .. Kdna K""' (lanvllle I'pdyke Junier ."" Isabel Ilpdyka Heille i '! Bettlna Utllcfleld Loir. H"ll ''"' Violet Starwell," 'Hi i" ' 011 Smith " ' " T George Kno.le. .... " Marlanna 11 Simon ScragweM -humaker Sheriff Turner " Cassy . - y .... X J- Twmtitth Century-Fox picture, "Reunion," registers triumph over SLIM 5UMMERVILLE, whose chagrin over the stork's failure to fill his per-tonal order for sextuplets finds JEAN HERSHpLT, the lovable Country Doctor, amusedly sympathetic. Ji' '.. v t r:,4.- zrzi mi.i.' Minnie rollings has been appointed administratrix of the estate of Edward Collings, lute of Hillsdale. Ind., deceased. WWW. j 1 dI Danville, 111., C. A. ;,nloh of Sldell, III., .... ...' i end Bert Hie MS UNIVERSAL U. B. SERVICE TONIGHT HOSPITAL NEWS drover Landis, who has been a patient at the Vermillion County hospital for the past week, was removed to his horn in Dana today. Charles Baker, who has been a patient at the Vermillion County hospital for several weeks, is greatly collided ' ' or Diaie Rood 6,1 ami '! ."Mr. Peterson was drfvinc an al' s'owe' down nnd Rk-tifdson , was going west vt,en the accident happened. One jiassenf r .In Peterson's car was cut ghoul "e head and shoulders, and, TWOV-8 ENGINE SIZES, 85 AND 60 HORSEPOWER T apply the power of Ithep ngtn With greatest con, omy, optional clutches, trantmlsilons and aile ratios are available. To meet Individual load requirement, there are three wheel bates, a wide range of body types and tire sites. You can select the correct combination to do your Individual hauling or delivery Job at the lowest possible cost. 1 Uir ear was damaged. The truck was not damaged. . State police Investl-.ited the accident. neu prices BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dickenson are the parents of a girl born at the Vermillion County hospital this morning. The Infant is the first child and has been named Doris Jean. Mrs. Dickenson before her marriage was Miss Margaret Martin. For 1937 the Ford Motor Company takes Its greatest forward step in cutting hauling and de- , livery costs. In addition, Ford introduces the NEW V-typo ventilating windshield, NEW radiator shell and grille, NEW hood louvres. Other features include: NEW light-weight cast-alloy steel pistons, NEW special alloy connecting-rod bearings, NEW cylinder heads, NEW cooling efficiency, more usable power, longer fan belt life, greatly increased life of contact points. IMPROVED mechanical safety brakes assure positive action with quick, smooth, dependable stops. Such quality engine features as full cylinder-length water jackets, polished cylinder walls, exhaust valve-seat inserts and precision-set, factory-adjusted valve clearances are retained. In addition, torque-tube drive, full-floating rear axle with straddle-mounted pinion, all-steel coupe-type cab and other features continue to assure long-lasting economy and reliability. Get the facts about Spe- . with his grandmother, .Mis. Henry Johnson. Miss Mellie Hollingswortli and Dick Mcintosh were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mathas Friday evening. ' Miss Hazel Ferguson of Liherty-vllle spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Hughes and son Montell. iMr. and Mrs. Clarence French and children and Edward and Vernon Parton, who have spent the past six months here, returned to their homes at Greenshurg, Kan., Saturday. ; Mr. and Mrs. Dick MrCune and son, Monte Ray of near Mecca spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bradley and daughter Phyllis Ann. , Mr. and Mrs. Dee Brower entertained the following friends and relatives at a surprise dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. Brower's mother, Mrs. Eliza Leets' 81st birthday; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicks and children and Mr. and Mrs. Perly Hicks of Tangier, Miss Gertrude Miller of f'nyuga. Elbert Craft of Hillsdale and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Berry and daughter, Alice. Mr. and Mrs. Lea Gplffin and children, ,Mr. and Mrs. Cprl Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles( Gfiffin and children. Mr. and Mrs. Id Smith and children, Mrs. James Sjnith and son, Mr. and Mrs. Henry BV'iinett, Perly Beach and sons. Acll apd Merlin and Edna and Freida Brower of Montezuma, Mr. and Mrs. E,verett Griffin. Esther Griffin and Edward Smith were afternoon call Rajr iames has returned to his nomVlh Rarrllle, Mo., after spend-In the past, week here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Rep Church and Mr. anfl Mrs. : Paul Mack spent Sunday with piarence Church and family In Dana., Mrs. O. P. M. Ponton is confined to hex home with illness. Miss Beulah Wllburn underwent an operation at the Vermillion county hospital Monday. Miss .Clara Rutins of St. Louis. Mq;, . daughter, , of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuhns, is spending the week here. . . COMMERCIAL CARS GOH.P. aSM.f, Ch.Ml. W60 ' Chasila with Csb Pick-Up . . . Stak 600 S10 P.n1 660 670 Sedan Delivery 666 60S Sutton Wagon 660 131H-INCH TRUCKS H9S $606 Chassis with Cab 685 69 Stak 66S - 675 Platform 60 , . 650 ' Panel 760 770 Dump '.'..' Dump Chassis . . 620 Dump Chassis with Cab ... 610 167-INCH TRUCKS Chassis . . . . i 530 . Chassis with Cab , ,620 Stak i ':"'' 730 Platform it ,x r 686 srNot evellaWs with SO.herMpawar anslns. . . Pries at Dearborn Plant. Tessa, delivery ens1 handling , spare tire and accessories extra. Bumpers extra en commercial ears only. Convenient, economical terme through the Authorised Ford Finance Plans of the Universal Credit Companx. , Marriage Licenses NEWPORT, Ind., Nov. 25 Eugene V. Stewart or Dana and Gertha Green. 19. of Jonestown, obtained a marriage license at Newftort Party Given to Honor Mrs. Evan Hughes, Who Has Received Citizenship Papers UNIVERSAL, Nov. 25. Rev. Idh Cunningham wishes to announce there will be Thanksgiving services at the Bethlehem V. B. church Wednesday night at 7 o'clock. Rev. S. K. Saylor, pastor of the U. 13. church at New Goshen, will speak. Special music will be given by the choir. After the meeting a basket supper will be served. Mrs. Evan Hughes received her citizenship papers Thursday at Newport and a group of friends and neighbors surprised her Friday night. They gathered at her home to welcome her as a citizen of our country. Mrs. Hughes was presented with au American flag. "It's My Flag. Too" was sung. Games were played and refreshments served. Those present were Mesdames Edwin Griffiths, Herman Martin, Green House. Sam Eaton, Charles Spurr Jr. and daughter Betty Alice, Mary Johnson. Dom Delacca, Isa-belle Farrington, Roy Searing, Anthony Scioldo, William Miesmer, Ida Cunningham.' Martha Moats. Alex Suchta, Miss Viola Vantura, Peggy Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. William Hughes and Evan Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. John Kairns observed their 2uth anniversary Sunday at their home. Mrs. Mary Kel-ley and Miss Bessie Kairns. sisters of Mr. Kairns, and nephew, Charles Kelley. and wife of Terre Haute were present. ciallzed Transportation from your Ford dealer. Set a date today for an "on- Mrs. , Maxlne Gosnell of Dana i spent Sunday with her father, Monroe Mayes, and Mra. Mayes. I Frank Carter cut bis hand Thins-' the-job" test. AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERS Grant Was a West Pointer Grant was the only President who was graduated from West Point. Eighteenth Century Letters Early eighteenth century American colonists wrote letters in small, compact style; each -page was charged as a separate letter. Matching the HIGHEST in Quality. . . Selling with the LOWEST in Price day while working In the Manual Training school. Josephine Skeeters of Montezuma epent Sunday -with Clara Bell Mas-ton. . ,. Mrs. Linzie Former entertained the Euchre Club Friday afternoon. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Floyd Herriek high, and Mra. Eschol Bennett, low. Olenn Bykes went to Chicago, 111., Saturday. J Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Morgan of near Chrisman, III., visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.. Roy McCoy spent Sunday in Rosedale with relatives. TONIGHT MUSIC BY BOB CASHNER AND HIS BAND AT THE DIANA WINE LIQUOR BEER MONTEZUMA IN v TODAY'S NEWS ers. , Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith and daughters Norma and (Madeline of Indianapolis spent the weekend with Mrs. Martha Doggett. Mrs. Luna Smith entered the Robert Long hospital at Indianapolis Thursday for observation. Jacqueline Gallahue spent Sunday night with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Woodford Gallahue. Howard Berry, Nelson Rohr and Max Jarvis who are in the CCC camp at Waveland spent the weekend at home. The fire department was called to the home of Mrs. William Lawson Saturday to extinguish a small roof blaze. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Hughes and Mrs. Woodford Gallahue attended funeral services for Mrs. Hughes and Mrs. Gallahue's cousin Arthur Thomas at Paris. III.. Tuesday afternoon.. He accidentally shot himsi-U in the head when he slipped and fell while hunting Sunday. Mrs. Fred Former underwent an operation at the Vermillion county hosiptal Monday. V Mrs. McKeewn Visits in Mecca; Baby Daughter Bom to Mrs. Bert Plank t i - r xA7u zNs is the fj ;.; .i W' X Thrills for ' MONTEZUMA, Nov. 25. Mrs. Clara McKeown spent a few days last week with her daughter Mrs. J. C. Murphy and family at Mecca. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Plank are the parents of a 8. pound daughter Opal Marlene, horn Thursday evening. , Clifford Johnson of Kingman spent from Friday until Monday 1 I .N , - f 4T : ' hrte JUST PHONE 129 We'll Do the Rest and You Will v.. i ' -Jtr a - L 4. U7S 0 In 4iinir fquipiiipnt. Our j?f -', mutlft-n plant k.vk you the 4t 4 Ins att4 '4jMiinj t-qtiipnipnt. Our iirw, mutlft-n plant k.vk you the .4 .iim lMtit poMU1 ckwniitK. yet it Anvt your r loll ie. Try ll ! . ' : ,1 rJZZZS&r" ' J . w VT SANTA H ' ' M&S? Will Be h SANTA Will Be CLINTON'S ONLY LICENSED CLEANERS i Welfare of loved ones always will be closest to our hearts. Freedom from worry concerning them the knowledge that things at home are running smoothly these contribute greatly to peace of mind. In time of emergency, or for the convenient exchange of messages, a residence telephone affords 1 means of instant communication between those at home and those at work. Order your ? telephone today. Just write, call, or visit (JS the Business Office. se INDIANA BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Here in PERSONl Clinton, Indian. Mam nidi

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