The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 5, 1936 · Page 2
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December 5, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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n Saturday, December 5, 1936 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page 2 WABASH-SUNDAY and MONDAY WHEN LOVE RAN SMOOTHLY NEWPORT GLASS PRESENTS PLAY p-L-.,,! J." -. A ' ' " ; ; Vims. . ,- : ,,s j - I CAYUGA HONOR ROLL ANNOUNCED Large Crowd for K. of P. Game Supper; Lodge Officer Are Installed High School Student. With Best , Grade Are Named for Second Period r MOVIES MY MAN (JtmHtKV AT THK WA1MSH This Is a gay debonair modern comedy. The screen story relates the adventures of William Powell, portraying a butler in the d!zy Bullock family. One daughtar. played by Carole Lombard, falls ill love with him. Her sister tries to have him Julled. The maid fulls in love with him too. Besides William Powell and Carole onihard. the cast Includes Alice Brady, Call Patrick, .loan Dixon, Eugene Pallette, Alan Mowbray. Mlscha Auer. Robert Light" urn! Franklin Pang horn. Fox Movietone News, a musical convedy and an Oswald cartoon ure tile short features. wr A lender moment between William Powell and Carole Lombard in Unirer$al'tcomedromance.''MvMan Godfrey." NEWPORT. Poo. 3 niiiiin for Ten." tlirco-a't coimily far in-scntpd liy the Junior rliiwi of Now-port lilBh wliool Wodncsrtny ivcmiIhb. wub a lilR fiui'rrim. Twt'lve mem here of the rliiss took part In the piny and all n4l'd tlndr purls well. Special niimbem lii'tween a't were a Baxaiihone solo liy Holiliy Peeler, a rlarlnot duet by Pauline and Lorlne rilllam. with Kliialieth Ann HtgKlns aeconipaiiyliiK hotli numbers at the piano, and a ons and tap danre by .Maicaret Joe Kultr, aeeompanied by her mother. Mrs. Audrey Fulti. The Verinjllion township school orehestra directed by H. V. nro:id-du played several selections. The proceeds amounted to over $-10.00 and will be used for the Junior-senior reception to he held In the sprlnp. (innie Supper The K. or P. game supper held in the hall Thursday uiKlit was attended by a law crowd. A supper which consisted of all kinds of pame and other Rood things to eat was served at loiiK t tables at 7:30. After supper the following program was erven: Song. "Beautiful I.ady in Blue." und tap dance. Virginia Asbnry and Ruth Eleanor Burge; sons. "Empty Saddle." Barton Thomas; sonfr. "Wlien Did You Leave Heaven?" and tap dance, Margaret Joe Fultz; tap dance. Preeda Cooper; two solos. Mr. JohnB of Ca 111 this mw from "The rharue f Hie l.lglit HHgnde," which In now slimrliii; at the Palme theater, Olivia dV Hjivilland Is seen jjrwtlnK tier fiance, Krml Klyiin. who, as captain of tlie- Iti ltMi Lanrrrs has Just re-turned from an yM-lltiin for the purpose of squelching some native liprisiiiK". It's Donald t risp who Is heaniiiiu so. CHAKS'M WIPE' AT THK COI.rMUI.V "Craig's Wife" Is the story of a cold und calculating wonmn who marries merely to attain her lifetime goal absolute independence. She stands aloof from everyone, even, subtly, her own husband whom she considers merely a necessary evil. Her home Is her temple, her symbol of triumph and she Jealously gunrds It from all. Her world eventually comes toppling down, until she stands alone, a tragic Ilguro. Rosalind Russell and John Boles are the Craigs and they are supported by Billie Burke, Alnm Kruger,. Dorothy Wilson, Robert Allen and June Harwell. Andy Clyde In "Peppery Sail" and Fox Movietone are the shorts. 501. met at Newport Wednesday evening, December 2 and installed officers for the following year. There was a good attendance including several from Rockville. Cllnlon and Indianapolis. Brother Long, grand secretary, was present and gave a talk, and Brother Pearl Mater of Rnckrifle, district deputy, gave some information concerning lodge work Tor this district. The officers are: "fliarles lla-worth, noble grand; Elver Newlin. vice noble grand; Joe Allison, fitmu-cial secretary; Frank nuilliains. Douglas Ueid and fleorge Robinson, trustees. COLUMBIA FEATURE There were forty present Including members of the class and their families and Ihrce gucHts, Mr. and Mrs. lllley Pack. Scotland. 111., and Mi'.s Ann Wilcox. J'hlnililo flub The Thimble club met with Mrs. Bnulali Chipps Wednesday after-noon with the following member present: Mesdamios H. C. Sawyer, MAitimer Lewis. B. R. Nixon, W. C. Wait, J. L. Saunders. L. P. Nelson, DeWItt Corn. William Hegarty, W. C. Pariett. V. B. Dwigglns, and guests. Mrs. Douglas Reld, Mrs. V. :. Ashury and daughter Anna Lou. Mrs. Mary B. Aikman and Mrs. Hat-tie K. fi roves. The afternoon was spent in sewing after which a two coarse luncheon was served. CAYUGA, Dec. 5 Principal Otto Albright has arninnncpit the honor Toll for the second gradltiR period as follows. Post-Graduates Robert McMurtrey, 95: Mry Dnle, 92.611. Seniors Marie smith. 94.3.1; Margaret Kuban, 93.25; Kleanor Brown, 92.75; Betty Porter. 92; Panl Wilson 91.25. Juniors Dwlght Hudson, 96.76; Jenks Mill-kin, 93. 7B; Ruby Dye. 92; Dorothy Artaur, 91'50. Sophomores Martha Schwab. 95.20; Madge Kircr. S4; Richard MeMurtrey. 93.25; Mary Ellen Jdnes, 991.50, Kreah-men Oakley Roark. 95.60; Mexlnc Cephart', 95; Joanne Sollars, !G. James Harvey, who was accidental shot November 26, by a playmate. Is slightly improved. He is a patient at St. Elizabeth Hospital In Danville. Mrs. Carl Shelto of Danville visited Wednesday and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. John Harper. Ted DeVertcr was in Chicaco Thursday. Mc and Mrs. Dane Harper were in Danville Thursday night and while there they visited Mr. Harper's brother, James Harvey at the hospital. iMiss Lena Gordon was a dinner guest Thursday of Mrs. Carl Shelto. Mrs. Walter Hancock and Mrs. Joe Good were guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Hepburn. Several from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Olive Peterson at Montezuma Wednesday. Mr. Peter-Bon is pastor at the local Free Holiness Mission and women from thiB church acted as pall-bearers and flower girls. Roseoe Roark and Eva Fortner sang with Mrs. Mearl Parks at the piano. Jackie Harvey, small son of Mrs. Blanche Harvey, Is ill with the nuumps. Edd Steube of Danville Is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge McClellan and family have moved from Cayuga to the Campbell property near Eugene. Mr. Douglas is ill at the home or his daughter. Mrs. Mattie Hinkle. Re. Charles Waterman of Pasadena, Cal..- h -here visiting relatives He will preach Sunday morning at the local Presbyterian church. Mrs. A. E. Vauhoutin is working In the Variety sWe during the Christmas aeason. Paul Jackson has resigned his position as manager of the Pleazlng store. His plans for the future have not been learned. "Pete" KissacV from Covington is here helping In the store, being assisted by Max Foster. CIuks tins Mooting Rev. and- Mrs. C. E. Beehee and Mr. and Mrs. Paul carmack were busts and hostesses for the regular meeting of the Fidolas Sunday school class held at (he Methodist church Wednesday evening, A cov- . . -W" v ji h m v W Mum Miiwifci liWMIMiwii JJJiliHi limn iibi nv ii innrwiiiiffl yuga: string orchestra Fort ner ere(i (jjSh tupper was served at ta DR. B. H. SELLERS DENTIST 249 South Main Street Clinton, Indiana Brothers. J. C, Pickell ' was master of ceremonies. The remainder of the evening was spent socially, ttisf aflat Ion of Officers I. O. O. F. Vermillion Lodge No. bles, which were very pretty with Christmas decorations. Rev. Beehee had charge of the devotional service and Mrs. S. J. lirown presided at the business meetinrr. A social hour followed. THAIMiK OP THK 1 ItiHT URinAIM!1 AT THK PAI.ACF The most' famous cavalry charge in history is re-enacted in the Warner Brothers. "The Charge of the Light Rrigade" starring Errol Flynn and-OHvia de Havilland. The story presents a glanwrous romance in which two brothers are rivals for the love of a beautiful girl. Thousands of extraB are used in some of the spectacular scenes with border skirmishes, hand-to-hand fighting, tiie exteriors of the palace of Sural Khan. Amir of Suristan with his Nautch dancing ' girls and slaves. Others in the cast are Patric Knowles. Henry Stephenson. Nigel Bruce. Donald Crisp, David Nlven. C. Henry Gordon and others. 1,ooii Navara and his orchestra and t lie latest News are also shown. From the Makers of "Anthony Adverse and a Greater Picture! 'Craig's Rosalind Russell and John Bole enjoy a tender moment in Wife," feature for Sunday and Monday. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Abroad "Uncle Tom's Cabin" reached England in the spring of 1S52 and more than a million copies of the book were Eokt there by the end of the year. English ohildren of all classes were brought up on the book for at least 20 years thereafter, the Victorian children being allowed to read the book where a hundred and one other books of that day were deemed too vulgar for their minds. When you see the new 1936 RYTEX CHRISTMAS CARDS you will marvol at their smart designs and fine paper and large French Fold siz6...and also at their extremely low price... 50 for $1.00, including your Name on the cards and 50 envelopes to match. The Daily Clintonian. CHURCH NEWS MIvTHODlKT CHI Rl'H C C. Pearce, .Minister 9:30 u. m.. Preaching Service. Subject: "The Bread." This is our communion service. There will be special musical numbers by our choir and organist. 10:30 a. m.. Sunday School. 0:00 p. in., Epworili League. Leader Clyde C. Pearce. Subject: "Tlr Smart Set." 7:00 p. ill.- - -Preaching Service Subject: "Backsliding and Sidestepping.-' At t!;;it time lU'V. Stanley fWlsloii of Kinsman will I'elivr-r fit sermon. Prayer meeting Wednesday nitrht. n SUN.MON. TUE. Fox Movetone Newj Muskxl Comedy Oswald Cartoon pcro' theptctures 10c 25c HERE'S THAT HILARIOUS LAUGH- FEST YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR! FIRST BAPTIST ClU'RCIF R. W. Bishop, pastor. 9: 15 a. in. Sunday school. 11 a. m. Morning worship. 3:30 p. in.- Vesper service under FOR THE COCK-EYEDEST B L A NF0 R D BLANFORD, Dec. 5 Lucille .Ma-lag of the St. Anthony's Hospital visited Julia Gozden Sunday afternoon. Pete Muzzarelli and Pete Louden visited Margaret Ferro Thanksgiving day. ' Mary Grigliono Bpent Monday in Terre Haute visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ferro had as their Thanksgiving day guests Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pagnant and family and Catherine Ferro of Clinton. The Ec class met at the school house Wednesday night. They meet every Wednesday night instead of Thursday. Edward P. Sheelian and Floyd E. Leonard of Indianapolis spent Thanksgiving day with John Enrici. FAMILY inth. WHOLE WORLD! i auspices of both groups of World ' Wide Guild. i 6 p. in -II. Y. P. IT. ;; . - -A 7 p. m. Lvcning service. Wednesday at 7 it. in . Prayer meeting. 'Vi an a r-ii NX- A . fir ' "Port" Side of Ships Sailors :-;' port wine, which takes its name from Porto, Portugal, gave Die name "port" to the left side of ships because early red lanterns had the tnwny color of port LA-rrJJrchei.tr It 1 Hal Ifir ' l . srr i . - f : v y I Jv f I Vs; 5 ( f 3l I"-- I 4 I ifc. Aoo fha daughtar wo$ wo ( M 1 V '5' ' of all ... .obmrt kml , . f , -4 HLHUt " lm- i COLUMBIA SUNDAY AND MONDAY -TONTE- HOOT GIBSON in "CAVALCADE OF THE WEST" Cartoon 10c CLYDE BEATTY in "DARKEST AFRICA" Bingo1 25c ROSALIND RUSSELL JOHN Gil Tells About Week-end Visit in KHlVrttAt PALACE TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY BOLES in Til Pulitzer Priz Play 'y L0IT1BHRD poiuai UDIST for ' f iV iMUL, my m ' - - ' c jLA't NUDIST MOTHERS Nudist Children, Nudisl Fathers, All Blissfully happy and healthy mm 'f rrTTryrT bt PI i hi mii4 jo we vm M "PEPPERY SALT" ANDY CLYDE in ALICE BRADY GAIL PATRICK JEAN DIXON EUGENE PALLETTE ALAN MOWBRAY M1SCHA AUER JOHN UGMT lAT FlAHfTf KOCET PEfttY MANKLTN FANOBON From tfk Hatch' gloriovt UWrty Mogwlin Mrial '1rn Th Sborn Girl," ond "My Mon Goftty," the popolor rKMI vtniwi ' CHA-RIES . ROGERS, FrdoeV Fox Movietone 10c and 15c ' LAST TIMES TONIGHT Gil Ercwn, Record feature writer, spent Saturday night and Sunday in the Nudist Camp at Elyia. tn fact, he turned nudist hinyelf for the weekend. Now he w writing of hit experience. Tbit is the first article in " his series. ADULTS ONLY 25c SUMR A - BUCK .JONES iri "SUNDOWN RIDER" Sport Reel Vint nthnim tcrwn fn-tirc filmed la n AncrtcaB Nadlrt Cioay. BUCK JONES in "RIDE 'EM COWBOY" KoNhe Rlrkenliarker's Air Thriller "ACE DRUMMOND" Mn-ii.il ('.mielj unci Variety Comedy 10c to All . TODAY LAST TIMES

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