The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 2, 1936 · Page 7
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 7

Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 2, 1936
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Page 7 The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Wednesday, December 2, 1936 . ............ ..... .-. .!!- .-. jk. s-jiajj lawsKjiB tema tiaras? ?Ssi Sia ggSK ag.-Sti rIs; Na; lg ag; 5' aga ayK ig. CELEBRATION AT FAIRVIEW HOME Surprise Birthday Dinner Given in Honor of Mrs. Gartic Silkwood Sunday .Murgnret and F.dnn. Man Kerr and Kslher Turboyvllle, Mrs. Jay Thomas was called to Illinois Sunday by the death of her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs, Leon Short and Mr and Mrs. I'reckel of Torro Haute spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. llert Short and ramlly. Charles Weir has gone to Illinois, where he has employment. Manford Sampson of Terre Haute spent the week -nil with his aunt Mrs. Sam Kerr. F.lva Iliac Veter of .Mecca and Mr. Joe marketer spent. Sunday with Mr and Mrs Virgil marketer anil family. KAIKVIUW, Dec. 2 -- -Fourteen funilllcH gathered on SuiiIiy al the home of Mrs. tlurtio Sllkwood to give her u pleasant surprise. It being her hlrlhtlay. At noon a large basket dinner was spread unil served cafeteria style. Tho guests present besides the lionor guest with as follows: Mr. unci Mm. Claude Sllkwood n ml daughter, Carolyn sue or Uinzll. Itohcrt A. Stewart iiml daughter Mary of Kt. Horniee. Mis. (.'nil Clark and Mrs. Jake nidlug. Mr. and Mm Clarence -Neal and Virgil May of .lu-solivllln, Mr. and MrH. Itussell Neid-lingcr and son Jerry of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Short and family. Mr. and Mrs. cliarlx Kerr and fatnlv. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Itnnyan and son Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. Mert Clark and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mini Ilardesly and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kerr and son Itilpli ami Charles Weir of Kniivjew. The afternoon, was spent in a :ei-eial manner. Airs. Silkwood received a number of nice presents. GRUNOW PLANS NEW FEATURES CIIK'AHn. III.. Dee. 2 - Factory oflli'lalH of (leneral Household I'tlll-lii s Company, manufacturers of Cruiiow radios and re' rigerators. an-nouiMerl loilay that the organization' rerrlcration plantB will he In full proiluction here by December 1. Several new developments in the 1IKJ7 liox will be in the near future. Mlbjeet of considerable discus sion among industrial leadris ha 1 n whether the sales of ilener' lloiis-liold refrigerators will ecine' or surpass the sensational re.-nrd c' Cruiiow radios. 1'nder the astute I n iness direction of William C. Crunow. president, the company dailv manufactures 2. aim radioi and today is the largest builder of aiiletnnilially tuned radio receivers. SWITAItY KIVKK ASKKM NKW YOltK A report urging steps to stop pollution of the East fUver here caused by sewage discharges, will be presented to the Chamber of Com.nierre by Dr. Ceorgc . Koper. l ead of the chamber's crrnniiltee of sanitation. Tile report asks that the river he put in "as sanitary a condition as possible" before the opening of the 1B89 world's fair. 1 f I. - Mrs. M. II. Neal and cliilrl r-n "I' Newport spent Saturday with Mn. Mary Newkirk, Mrs. Lillian Hay worth of Clliilin spent Saturday with her daughter. Mrs. Charles Kerr. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hrnwn and family spent Thursday with V ' Brown of Parke county. Mr. ard Mia. Vlre'l lllNel;eer ai'd family spnnt Tlir"sda- w'th. !' ' Yaii;rh and Mr. and Mrs. Claed Jones and family of Hhepartlsville. Mrs. Gertie Rllkwood and S"ii Gene spent Saterdiy ev-nitr: wi'h Mrs. Russell NeltlliiiKcr and mil Jerry. Mr. and 'Mrs. Floyd I'enniu'.'ton and family spent Friday evening with Mrs. Clara Oilmoro of l.yford. Mrs. Ed Cottrell. Mrs. .1. V. Cai-rico and Mrs. Joe marketer, who are on the gick Tist are reported to be improving. Everett Bates spent Friday with Sam Kerr and family. Mr. and Mrs. Burl HardeHy uni family spent Sunday evening in Montezuma with Mrs. Kula .Asbery and family. Olive and Elizabeth Sweazey had as their dinner guests Sunday Pel'a MS First Move in Chess In playing chess the right of first move must be determined by lot. The player having the first move must aiivcys play with the while men yfV ,t,r IB Kin; Arthur's Home King Arthur's home is supposed to have been at Caerleon on the Usk, in Wales. Here he lived In state, surrounded by hundreds of knights, 12 of whom he selected as Kpiob'5 r.l tl- PtH M Ail THIS 1937 PAJAMAS Every Type and Price S1.00 to $8,50 Ju El y4l7 2l S5 THE BIG FEATURE RAD I 9 5 us ONLY $195 There's a great difference between giving man something to wear and giving him something he'll LIKE to wear! After serving the men of Clinton for more than 23 years it is only natural for us to know what men like to wear! That knowledge, combined with our really tremendous gift selections, will help you to find the finest gift for HIM! We invite every woman in Clinton to make their C'irirtmas headquarters here! You'll find our ;f!rs:nfn eager to assist you in every way possible . . . and thA goes whether you're shopping for it 55c l or a $15 robe! Shewn hcrr arc only a few of the hundred and hundreds of things that are appropriate for gift giv. in;. But, they should give you some notion as to Rosenblatt quality and value! Come in today! Hi 'Ihre- ties seleeled flfiiu the iHI'Kcsf as. sia-loeo( (if lies in 4'liotoll! I'ht- lop one, H loulai-d; Die leoli-r one, a ilk; the Init- l!M IIIH', H WIM. 'riie'ie pliee reaper. liielt Hi l.r.o, Kl and M. Others are M'irel ,"c li M2.M. IP-IIm, belt Hiol iMIekle sets, MINIH-flfU't's, gait rs, all j.hhI, u-.iihle iflM. And now Hit v've lieen Ntled in a niaiinei- llial w.ll Mit'lO'iM' vn, 1'iie eiiiiiiie cowhide, Mieile liioi hell mid the iniliale iHiclili sliouil lna he hail lor Iti.tHI. tber Met - Ion as SI.OII. l i f !- j I' in: J- I n "Allt rf.i i :f ,y. jJ A 10 , Jr:r'-' A wift. suede or kid Wlad-hreaker niakea the perfect gift for the oun(r man, or the auaa who likes to a-nt outdoor. A pomrjul mw 5F,tr. "OS im mm txquiitfi mewci 'ttft. knitted collar and cuff, full tip front. Either plala or ,iort hacks. This one at M t5. Others gti.SO to 915. Iinpoiied linen handkerehief with self JhikI. t" and hand-rolled ede. With oae V I his new bsautau: trr,: ti will amaze you. Only h plain while broad, loth "hi"- 'rhe 2. Another plain while broMOVIotli shin. J'rhe W1.K.1. A( eaeh rt ie "u know that you're gelling the very f im si shin lo lie had: Vie have funer allerii and ,-olors. loo. Koine prleeil up lo ... We sg- Ke( ym see our wleriion In-fore hiiying; any shirt. Khimli al Ihe rih an- Iwo pair of how. ne an all-wool in an aig le plaiil. Ihe idlier an all-oKT muuiih-J ilk. The prhe for rut pair in 5"e. OlhiT wiul are prked from :tV up to 1 and olh-r Nllks V lo T.V. hoice of a Ihnu-aand and one pattern. iuiiial. A AM-ial prk-e for a box of H, !. am white linena at 83c aarh. -f'yr'- t'- 'ty V " '"'r ph tiii iiniftfnr I'hniy ol folored handkerchief. Sparton offers 3to:. so rar.cj r?:iio rt such a lov prlc2. Zzi cr.d tsar it an-a be convinced. The SJirader 1' l c., Is Lnti 1 t on ur Vour Money Ba-k: v v P.: A Topcoat or Suit Makes a Good Gift TIT) 1L AT T iJMS Cm sm sm Phone 11 Roy StaaU, M?r. 300 South Main Street

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