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December 2, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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Wednesday, December 2, 1936 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page 6 Third street, 8 p. in. SOCIAL CALENDAR Friday CLASSIFIED APS 'jfi Good News for . . SHOE BUYERS! CORRESPONDENCE FROM UNIVERSAL The lowest prices we've ever had on good shoes. The newest and most Wednesday TONH1HT Good Time Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Martin Lanzone, South Fourth street, 7:30 p. m. Trl Kuppa Sorority will meet at the home of Mrs. Wakefield Gerrisl on niackmnn street, 8 p. in Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet at the home of Mrs. 8. C. Stnltz, Blackmail street, 2:30 p. ni. Mrs. Charles Walker will he the assistant hostess and Mrs. C. C. Pearce will he In charge of the lesson. Current Event and Art Club will bold u meeting at the hiinie of Mrs. I)nw Mitchell. Soiilli Seventh street. 2 p. 111. Happy Hour club will meet al the Inline of Mrs. Raymond llilfoy, Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices. First day of Insertion: 8c for each reading Una (one column line, like one of these). Next two dayi Insertion: the same tc chaw (you get three days at double the cost of the first day). Next three days insertion: the same 8c charge (you get a whole week, six Ua, at three times the rout of one Insertion). Knell group of three days there-fh-r, Kc a line. Itlmk 1'iue (like this), 10c per line. Many Guests Entertained During Thanksgiving Holiday at Reece Home GIRLS' SHOES As Dressy As Big Sisters' Sizes to 3 Keduced lo $j.49 up-to-date in women's oxfords. Values to $2.9.r $ .95 ffl m if ft Thursday ative at Pimento Saturday. George Sim Sr. is 111 at his home. .'Mr. and Mrs. John Vanzo were shopping In Terre Haute Saturday. Richard Spurr of the C. C. C. rainp at Wwveland spent a few days with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Otis Spurr and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Hedges had as their guests over Thanksgiving their son. Harold Hedges, and Mrs. Hedges and grandson Harold of Pontine. Mich., who also visited Mrs. Hedges' uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wllliutn Mlesnvr Hurry Kiince mid Elmer Kiince of Pout lac were also guests of Hie Mlesmers und Hedges. . , Miss Margaret Vollosia of Chicago, was home visiting her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Joe Vollosia. James Clarkson was railed to Detroit, Mrs. Clarkson Is vfry 111 at the hospital there. Mrs. John Vanzo and Margaret Veroski visited Mrs. Jim Gonto of Clinton. Miss Mazle Wallace who has been working In Detroit, was home to spend n few days with har parents. Mr. and Mis. Joe Wallace. Fred Vanzo was home over the week end visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vanzo. .leannle Craig of Chicago spent n few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Craig. liny ii pair himI spcml tin1 iliftiTfiui' t'nr n ms 'if. Wear Arch Support ' South Third Slreel, 2 p. in. Broiilllet Chapter of the II. A. It. will meet at the liiime of Mrs. Ora Doyle on Sou I ll Fourth street. I 2:30 p. m. Mrs, Mullle II. Marshall will he the llssiwtaut hostess. Married Couples rluss of the Iluptlst church to meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Swlck-!ard. South Third street, 7:30 p. in. SHOES . All ilaxlfll alM Ini hiding memo, riaiim and niXlii-H of nil kinds limit lie paid In advanre ei'it tlioiie by regular cUHtomera whine accounts are iMild nionlhly or hie from 01-ganluillnns wlwM) lilll must be allowed before brln wld. In the lulier eae the pertain asking tlie nulilientlon of the notice will be held r'nHinnllile f"r U payment. The Best Value You Ever Had! Only $2.95 Mtn's Dress Oxfords $1.95 and up n i i P. Boys' Di ess-Oxfords Heavy Soles $1.85 & up til is Christmas Shirts, Trousers, Sweaters, Ties, etc, Business Services Pythian Circle will bold a dinner at noon at the hull on islarkmnii street. Each member allendin is uh!:piI to bring a covered dinli. The Stoic That Mrs. Andrew Uarher. seamstress, has mi: Hiniili Main Slieei P.E.MOSER Saves I oil .Money HlOVed to Bllll WailllH mierv. f- FOR SALE Cholr'of (he Methodist church-will meet nl I he church, 7 p. m. Thetn Kappa Phi Sorority to meet al the home of Mrs. Charles Vogel, South Fourth street, 7:Ki p. m. Ladles Furnishing Society of the Presbyterian Church will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. J. L. Homey of South Fifth street, 2:30 p. m. Modern Martha Class of the Methodist Church will meet at the homo of Mrs. Calvin Fink, 931 South Main Streel, 7:30 p. m. Each member Is to bring his Christmas plate. A. A. A. Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Angelo Tiirchi on Matthews street. Missionary Society of the Christian Church will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. Francis Slielsky on Mulberry street, 2:30 p. m. Choir of the christian Church will hold a practice at the church. 7:30 p. in. American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion home. South violence and he'll say six other things so fast he won't even hear them himself. And what's the second thing against it? I suspect it may be the guarantee. After all, yon can't post what you haven't got. Timothv. clover and alfalfa hay. Oat straw. 419 West Edgar St., Paris, III., or 1712 South -Main. Purls. t2 HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Clara Heard, who has been a patient at the Vermillion County hospital for the past week, Is get ting along satisfactorily. Mrs. Iiwrenee Dempster and infant daughter. Sarah Frances, were removed from the Vermillion County hospital yesterday to the home o. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cluirliv Farnsworth of South Seventh street. iTi'SFOOPpir 345 S. Main St. Free Delivery Phone 345 FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH (Continued From Page Five) Player piano; oil stove. Albert Uavis, Crompton Hill. . t24 Lunch room 227 Mulberry street. t23 Guaranteed mine mules, 46 to 58 iiuhes. William's, south of Dem-iug Park on Fruilridge Ave., Terre Haute, t25" (looil furnace, elevator, used lumber and brick. Ninth street at railroad crossing. t!U Koselawn Leghorn cockerels. A-A-mating. James M. Crane, 1 mile east of Center church. t22 SO OI Pre Cane i23 IINIVKUSAI., I'"'. 2 -'Mr-Mrs. l.ce Iteece hud as their Thanksgiving guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles Iteece, i.lr. and Mrs. Forest Iteece of Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Massey of Linton, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Iteece and daughter Dolores, Mr. and Mrs Kiigene Iteece and daughter Jennie, Surnlite Beere and Herble Spnrr of Pontine. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heece and Saralue Heece and Herhie Sliurr attended the dnnie Saturday night at Seelyville. Mrs. Mary Johnson and daughter Cntlulne spent Tlinnksgivlng In Brazil with relatives. .Mr. and Mrs. Cnrl Spurr, .tiles Spurr and Herble Spurr of Pontiai-spent Thanksgiving with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spurr Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mnrtln and daughter Marie spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ross and son Bobbie of I.awrenceville, III Marie remnined for a visit. Jack Lewis was borne from the C. C. C. camp at Woveland. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis and family spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hopper and family of Terre Haute. Miss Viola Vantura returned home after visiting friends over Thanksgiving at Anderson. Thomas Hornsby, who is employed at Detroit spent last week with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hornsby. Miss Mary Hornsby returned to her home after visiting a few days In Detroit. Mrs. James Reece and Mrs. Clarence Reece were shopping in Terre Haute Saturday. Mrs. Perry Moselle and children and James Evans of Chicago were here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Albert Evans and family. Mrs. Winterbottom and son Frank of Rosedale visited James Sims and family. Clarence Reece and Jerry Spurr returned Saturday from- Arizona. Mrs. Spurr. who lias been there for her health, returned borne with them. "Misses Lltcv and Edith M.'i-'etli of Danville, III., spent Thanksgiving with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Marketto. Joe Veroski of Chl-ato snen' Thanksgiving with his father. John Veroski and family and John Dalton Jr., attended the wedding of a rel William ProvfMicp o." Anderson formerly of Clinton, who has Im'ii confined in liis 1i-d with illi-fss for flu1 pat ju'ver.-il nioiulis. is plwli improving .'it I In K'ln H, K hi-Pi Sanitarium ut Anderson. TT? has hPf-n a patient iIhtp for thp post thrpp w-ks. Armour's 325c Tomato Juice 24-oz. Can Coal. Wanl coal hauling. James Fox. ph-.ne 89D-W. ljtf Armour's Tamales t -lb. Jar For Sale Coal 19c 2 Ic Jackson Hill six-inch lump, $3.40. Hay Baird, phone 588-M. 18tf PIGEIL Heinz Fresh Cucumber 24-oz. Jar AUTO HEATER HEADQUARTERS Leading and Popular Makes For good coal phone 797-W. 60tl Braddock is the only principal unong the many Involved who figures to benefit financially; he has n guarantee of $.100,000 flat. Mad-!sm Souare Garden, ready with a Vliiu-ling-Braddock title fight in Tune, means to "plaster" him like 1 backache with a federal suit and has told him bo. He also feels that ti e New York boxing commission is 'iilitlPii to something, to which we all agree although opinions vary on just what this ought to be. I've "ven heard people speak favorably if cyanide. Anvhow. T happen to know that one member of the commission believes that, if Schmeling and Brad-dock come In there a week from Friday and post $5,000 for their appearance in a June fight, the itate of New Jersey and all con-"erned bhould be permitted to run its business with as little needless meddling as possible from the outside. However, there are two things against this altitude and the other is Gen. John J. Phelan of the commission. It's not like the general to take a view so tranquil and in accord witn logic, but then nothing is ever like the general. He's unpredictable. He'll declare himself one way. but all you have to do Is holler "boo" at him with sufficient FOUtTH VMS COAL, IMVKllHAt, .MIAMI NO. 4, AMI BLACK iu.-i.rv vn k UAKI.KV Hl'FF- A-C Brand Mv. PHONE 10. Wtf 3-lb. bag 49c T WANTED fay Kozy Kar Tropic Air McCord. Heaters In All Trice Ranges: $6.95 9.95 $12.95 $15.95 Girl to work in cafe. Dorman's Tavern. lis R.ver botlom land. Will purchase tracts of 80 aires or more, (live particulars and price. Write Box 61. Alvin III. 20 $19.95 to Peas 3'25c MATCHES amkkh-an Box 3c. fflRN MF.Al MHSH it on ami hi -itkk addkd lie1. Trl Co. Vacuum Defrost- fl Q ing Fan. ' Large Electric Fan flJO PAID NOTICES Defroster NOTICE! Bickett No. 2, Loral 3r84 will vote from 3 to 4 p. m. at Myers hall. Dec. 8. Financial Secretary Harry Guinn. 124 NOTICE! PAM3JKE or BUCKWHEAT PUeZmg f O Tfc FLOUR 3Hb.Ba? LoC ORANGES, 288 size Floridas. . doz. 19c SWEET POTATOES, Jerseys. .5 lbs. 17c APPLES, fancy Delicious. . .f. 4 lbs. 25 C 7. There will be a special meeting nf Vermillion mine workers Friday RADIATOR GRILL COVER Keep your car warmer, your heater will give better satisfaction and motor will warm up faster with one of these new radiator grill covers. Silver finish with zipper fasteners for warmer weather. We have many styles for every car. 95c 1.95 at 7 p. m. All members urged to LASTINC GIFTS 1 w attend. " n at . 1 Mi A' Voto s Hardware (l ( NOTICE! To all members of Local Union No. 4599. The following voting places for election of district officers. Dec. 8. Universal 10 a. m., Hlaliford 11-1. Centenary 3 P- " Clinton 4-7 p m., Terre Haute 8-9 p. m. 27 GRAPES, Emperors 2 lbs. 19 c GRAPEFRUIT, 96 size seedless. . each 3c LEAF LETTUCE, fresh crisp. . lb. lQc' r4 t wry WINDSHIELD DEFROSTERS A small deposit will hold any article till Christmas. We wrap gifts ready for delivery. COUNTRY STYLE PORK SALE W HUM-: 19c S'ioi I iers wmoi i: 1 5ic Hams I8:c Loins wii'n i I7tc Fresh Side wiioi k $1.50 Why endanger your life and put uo with the discomfort of trying to drive with the windshield covered with frost? We have a wide variety of defrosters at low prices. They are efficient and yet easy on the baltery. ACCESSORIES OF ALL KINDS The only gift that only you rati give, your photograph. Mak- the iipiMiliitniriil today. Caklinrr Studio. 124 notice. ev;i.i-:k! Big social night for members and families at 7 p. m. Thursday. Ladies to bring either pie or eake. Bingo and other games will be played. J. C. Hayslett. secy. '2S FOR RENT Two furnished light housekeeping rooms. 900 8. Main St. t24' V: ; S a? u i 91 St SAU5AGE ooPur. Pork 17y2c) 69c Daisy Air Rifles $1 up to $3.95 Ben Hur Tool Chests $7.29 Remington Boy Scout Set. . $2.89 Heavy Cast Aluminum Cooking Ware . . $1.50 up Pyrex Plain and Decorated Oven Ware and Mountings. Dasco High Grade Steel Cutlery. Stainless Steel Sauce Pans 99c 5-lb. box English Toffee $1.95 special Creamery lluller. Almonds, Owxolme. VOTO'S 233 North Ninth Street Clinton PURE Two room furnished apartment. 1D05 South 4th. - irXi Tn i iTTTTYB LOST ib. 1 2ic! lb. I lie 2 ib. 2Sc CROUKO BEEF EOILIKG BEEF MINCE MEAT Frtih, Lun Loan, Short Ribs Bulk 3k I 300 S. Main Clinton on , A brown and white dog. Springer spaniel. Answers to name of Danny. See Van Bozarth. 136 S. 4th St. Dog iB tagged. Heward 124 -All Prices Good Both f'riday and Saturday 3k! X X II READ THE ADS By Brandon Walsh A VISIT TO SANTA CLAUS LAND VCj-P. - To cr . v c:cm r . ri- , . v- j f,tA KNOW Tr. 1 V.s CD MAV "R? ? JiiAlUMfi VOOM 1 ajt or vc ciouos, CM TMS nvmG 'obpet, u.y AMP eeny MAKE 'wis H W A SiJ2B Of 7 TbyiANO. ON I THE v1' 1" w "S'T i Santa oauS". ' Bargain Night TONIGHT C0LISEUL7 ROLLER RINK Ladies 15c Gents 25c Entire Evening-7K)0 to 10:00 For Health's Sake Roller Skate - , iM i

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