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Page 3 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Saturday, December 5, 1936 Two From Here Injured in Crash That Took 1 Life EDWARD FIRM IN HIS DECISION TO MARRY DIVORCEE (Continued from Page 1) CLINTON SOCIAL Class Holds Election Christmas Party and Cuest Day Observed Friday by Society The annua Christmas party and KUfnt day of the Woman's Foreign MlHKionnry Society of the Methodist eh ii n il was observed yesterday at the home of Mrs. S. C. Stulti on Illuikmnn afreet. Mrs. Charles Walker was the assistant hostess. There were approximately 35 members and guests present. The devotional period was In rharge of Mrs. F. T. Kell, the theme of her topic being "Joy to the World." At the close of her talk Mrs. Arthur Tombaugh and Mrs. Wakefield Oerrish sang a duet "Joy to the World." They had as their accompanist at the piano Mrs. Ira Church. Mrs. C. C. Pearce was in charge of the lesson and gave an Interesting talk on "What the Negro Has Contributed to 'Music." During Intervals Mrs. Tombaugh sang several Negro selections and Mrs. (Jerrlsb several Christmas carols. Following the business session refreshments were served and a social hour enjoyed. The next meeting will be held at the home or Mrs. Kell on Blackman street January 7, 19117. BICYCLE PM'B MEKTS A meeting of the OlrlB Bicycle Club was held Wednesday evening at the home of Madelyn Carli of Whitcomb avenue. Bunco -was played and prizes awarded to Elizabeth McLeish, high; Madeline Fitzpatrlck, bunco; and Dorothy Touhey, low. Magde-llne Fitzpatrlck was a gueet. Refreshments were served. The next meeting of the club will be held at the home of Elizabeth McLeish. 'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kelley of South Mala street and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Foncannon of northwest of Clinton are to spend Sunday in Indianapolis. MisB Pearl Thomas left last evening ' for Washington, D. C, after spending the past two weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas of Walnut street. Miss Thomas Is employed in a general accounting office there. (Continued from Page 1) and the Bedwells were going south, according to State Policeman Nash, when they crashed head-on. The impact whb so great that the curs had to be pried apart. Miss Burke und Martin were riding with Miss Tlioniiikins und her brother. Famous Mrs. Simpson Checks out Of Hotel at 3:50 A.M., Escapes following Reporters, Cameramen i Continued from Page 1) arrlta. on the Bay of Biscay near the Spanish frontier. Others say she if boarding a yacht. But the fact that her baggage was sent to Cannes, on the French Riviera, makes it more likely that Minis going there to seek seclusion, und the present mystery of her precise whereabouts is caused by Iit dr-sire to travel by unfrequented roads. The Seventeenth niendemnt The seventeenth constitutional amendment provides for Ailing vacancies occurring in the Senate "When vacancies happen in the representation of any state in the Senate, the executive authority of such state shall issue writs of election to fill such vacancies :Provideu, That the Legislature of an state may empower the executive thereof to maice temporary appointments until the people fill the vacancies by election as the Legislature may direct." "Pleces-of-Eight" The Spaniards at one stage in their history were very active in foreign trade. And for this trade a standard coin was required hence those "pieces-of-eight." This was known as the "Spanish dollar" or "peso duro" meaning "hard coin" tn Spanish. It was equivalent to eight "reals" or shillings. The dollar sign $ was suggested by the coat-of-arms of the city of Cadiz, which consisted of two pillars, each entwined with an S-like scroll. It was an immense gain to business when this sign was introduced into use, as it supplied a standard of value which came to be recognized the world, round. , Human Self-Expression The vocation of the arts is hurr.dci self-expression. Smallest National Park Hot Springs, Ark., about fifty mile south and west of Little Rock, has been a national park since 1921, though it has been a national reservation under the protection of the government since 1832. Said to be the smallest national park with an area of only one and a hall square miles, it contains forty-seven boiling springs. f!et vour tickets for Junior Claw Play, Iecenibcr 14. (i21' PRINTED INCLUDING MINTING mk L NEW GYMNASIUM TO HOUSE GAME WITH GARFIELD (Continued from Page l') more than a little work is necessary to produce a smooth working combination from, one veteran and two-score raw hands, ;iir1iclf! Hh Vttriinti Garfield, on the oilier hand, which will send a team from Terre Hum.' to oppose the Cats in their initial hardwood encounter this season, in considered one of the strongest schools in the Wabash Valley. The Purple boast h a bench full of experienced basketeers with an inrpres-sfve record to look back on. A curtain-raiHer, beginning at 7 p. m., wil precede the main event, f'linton's reserve team will oppose he Garfield scrubs. A number of Clinton organizations, social, civic and athletic, are planning festive events to help celebrate the opening of the new structure Tuesday nitiht. Chinese Names of Months Chinese names of the months, corresponding to June include holiday moon, budding moon, sleepy moon, peony moon , dragon moon , lotus moon, moon of hungry ghosts, harvest moon, chrysanthemum moon, kindly moon, white moon and bitter moon. Dr. G. R. McGUIRE Chiropractor - X-ray Service. Palmer Graduate. 2G1 Blackmail Street Karanovich FUNERAL HOME INC. 24-Hour FREE Ambulance Service Phone 165 532 S. 4th St. STATIONERY 50 SHEETS SO ENVELOPES .... WITH SLUE. MOWN OR Mm YloU SUets! COLORS . . . PAPER AND INK. i SHEETS AND SO ENVELOPES St ! Utilities Receive Attention Today At Annual Parley Al'GUSTA, Oa.. Dec. 5. Having heard the challenge of Chairman James M. Landls for business and finance to accept responsibility for recovery and f.eek to avoid the evils of the last great boom, the twenty-fifth annual convention of the Investment Bankers Association cf America turned Its attention today to the relationship between government and public utilities. Three speakers were to appear nil today's program, with James D. Robs of the securities and exchange commission presenting the govern ment's side of the question; Charles W. Kellogg, president of the Edison Electric Institute of New York, presenting the utilities viewpoint, and Dr. Karl T. Compton, president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, reprepntlng the reached scientific viewpoint. Francis E. Frothlngham of Cof-I in Hurr, Inc,, of Boston is scheduled to preside at today's forum. The afternoon and evening program will be devoted as usual to sports and entertainment features. Board of Education for Eastern High School Planning to Toss Out Latin, Employ Tractical Courses (Coutlnued from Page 1) sum it up. we want to (it these boys and girla better lor life." I'nder present plans, girls will pet cooking for three years, and courses In household relationships, consum er relationships, budgeting, market ing (installment buying, balanced rations and th feeiline or children The boys will be taught how to fix things around the house, how to renair electrical appliances and use tools: in short, how to use their hands as well as their heads. "Paulsboro Is an industrial town." Carl explained "Yet we've been giving these boys and girls a college preparatory course when perhaps only 5 percent of them will ever go to school again after finishing here. "Giving theme practical courses will do them a lot more good." Carl said that he believes cramming these students with classical subjects was doing them "more harm than good." Instead of a long course in mathematics, he wishes to give a half-year course in household finance or "ship mathematics." Carl said the new courses would go as far as possible in domestic relations, but would stop short of sex. "We will have to steer clerr of t' sex proposition," he said. We will give them plenty of domestic cours es, but we're not going any further or we'll have everybody down on our necks. " HUNDREDS DIE IN HARD FIGHT FOR POZUELO TODAY (Continued from Pe 1 the University CUy nnarter of Madrid proper, and suddenly emerged through a narrow valley liehilld Su-mera sanatorium. Coolly "nationalists" machine dinners in camouflaged nests waited while the loyalists slowly moved ahead. When the Madrid forces were half way up the hill to the reb-d emplacements, machine guns simultaneously opened fire, cutting town the militiamen like grain. Other Fronts Fighting continued on other dis-ant fronts, in western Catalonia, ind around Bilbao and Oviedo. A overnment statement said loyalist orres had now pressed to within nly 28 miles of Burgos, "capital" or he "nationalist government," but -ebel sources denied the report. Following the example of the 'Jutted States embassy, the British "mbassy today issued the followine tatement; " raj;' "With the prolongation of the war. and Increasing destruction of the city, in which there are no exempted zones, his majesty's embassy and consulate may receive orders to withdraw." THOMPSON WINS CALF HONORS AT LIVESTOCK SHOW t Continues -rom raga 1) breeder included: Third and sixth on bull calf, fourth on heifer calf, fifth and 10th on pair of calves and fifth on get of sire. Approximately 20 entries were shown in the bull and heifer classes 30 pairs and 16 entries competed for get of sire honors. Many local breeders and livestock fanciers at tended the International, which brought out a fine showing this NOTES SOCIAL CALENDAR Monday Junior Hl-Trl to meet at lionv of Helen Sanders, 242 North Seventh street at 7:30 p. m. llene Henderson and Miss Sanders are on the refreshment and program committee. Sunshine Circle of the Presbyterian Church to hold annual Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Charles Vaughn, Nebeker street, 7:30 p. m. Assistant hostesses are Mrs. 1. D. White and Mrs. Ora Dovle. Choir of the Christian Church will meet in the basement of the church, 7 p. m. ' Monday Bridge Club to meet at the home of Mrs. H. M. Ferguson. South Fifth street, 2:30 p. m. Hi-Tri Circle of the Christian Church will meet at the home of MIsb Margaret Earlywlne. North Water street, 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Moose lodge to meet at 7 p. m. at the hall on Blackman street. W. C. T. U. will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. C. C. Pearce, South Fifth street, 2:30 p, m. GAMMA Gamma Sigma Sorority to meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Crumley, South Third street, 8 p. m Alpha Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Vern Aitell on the Clinton-Terre Haute road. ? p. m. Delphlans to hold a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Dave Sal-mond. Blackman street, 7 p. m. As sistant hostesses are Miss Lenore Merriman and Miss Dorothy Devon-aid, Wednesday Business and Professional Women's club to hold a Christmas dinner at the K. of P. hall on Black-man street. Dinner will be served promptly at 7 p. m. Following, all members will exchange gifts. Members planning to attend are to get in tonch with Miss Elizabeth Wilson, phone 129, by Monday noon. Committe in charge Is composed of Miss WllBon, chairman, Miss Mabel Mills and Miss Mary Marvel. Thursday Golden Hour Class of the Salem Church to hold an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. Cloyd Karles, South 11th street. Each member to take a covered dish. Gifts will be exchanged. Eagle lodge to meet at 7 p. m. at the Eagles building at 120 South Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ryley and baby son,' Allen Jr., of Chicago are spending the weekend with Mrs. Ryley's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Law- reuce Luce of Nebeker street. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Adams of Blackmail street have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Lou White and son of Wilmington, III. Mrs. Wayne Ferguson of Ashland. Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Watson and El Headley of Junction City, O . and Mrs. Betty Stalder and son, Jackie Lee. of Shelliurn, spent the Thanksgiving holidays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood of near New Goshen. JFT',J3 ! i. Mfi and Mrs. Ed Cunningham of South Seventh street are spending today in Terre Haute on business. John D. Evans of Columbus. Ohio. Is visiting at the home of his cousin. Thomas J, Davis, and Mrs." Davis of North Main street. He was called here because of the serious Illness of Mr. Davis. HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. O. S. Davis, who sustained a broken hip yesterday, is getting along fairly well at the Vermillion county hospital. Ernest TMxon, who was injured lr an auto accident about ten days ago is getting along satisfactorily at the 'ermilllon county hospital, Mrs. Edith Snowberry, who has been a patient at the Vermillion county hospital for the past ten days. Is getting along satisfactorily. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs Paul Sweazy of 740 South Main street are the parents of a baby daughter born Dec. 2. The infant weighed -six pounds at birth and has been named Betty Rose. This is the first child in the family. Mr. and Mrs. George Raney of Decatur, formerly of Clinton, are the parents of a baby daughter. Karen Jane, born Nov. 22. Mrs. Raney was formerly Miss Alice McClintock. Baldwin Holds firound Baldwin and hlB colleagues remain, if not hopeful, at least firm In their intention to continue pressure on the monarch In the belief he may change his mind. Or fulling this, that In the next day or so he may end the, present Impasse by a formal act of abdication. - No word to the public, gripped as never before by the crisis, has yet come from King Edward's turreted retreat. Fort Belvedere, but all Indications are that the monarch has not retreated one Inch In his firm determination to make Mrs. Simpson his wife. He has rejected all pleas that he renounce her, including even one from the charming American-born matron herself, who In a final meeting with the king before she left for the Riviera urged him to forego their own dreams of wedded happiness In behalf of bis throne and empire. FARM LEADERS MEET ON FRIDAY IN TERRE HAUTE ToDfiDued Iron) rage 1) finnnii tHH riisniKHMi what t ht-y in ipndPtl to in durhiK tli wiitier and maile platiH for the avflopnn'ut ni agriculture hi this county. H. K. Hwkard, a.-sistant county at-'pnt barter from Pnniu1. pr.'fti(l'd und a tulk was printed hy Hotlnm of thi Purdue staff. Mi'hs Starky Huiitpr of thf horn' MOonornicH pxtf-nsion siiiff of Purritif discussed the outlook for farm family living. Farm operations wer1 discussed hy county agrif-iilt nr.-1 appnts. Meetings will also he held in nil townships of the county at which the county agent or loral committeemen will ftpeak. These will be held following the district meetings, bo that every farmer in the state mvy be given this economic, information to help him plan his operations for the coming year in line with the best information possible. NEW LIGHTS ARE TURNED ON: BIG CROWD PRESENT (Continued from Page X) companies should not be on friendly terms with the customers they serve and lend their assistance to plans for community betterment, he feels. A lartre special switch installed on the platform was thrown by the mayor in turning on the lights, accompanied by fanfare from the band, Mdllock HivoH OtfUt In introducing Mayor Zink. Mr. Medlock praised his efforts on be half of a better Clinton and also complimented the merchants on their loyal support of the Commercial club In its drive to provide funds for the Christmas lighting. Approximately 25 business men find civic leaders attended a celebrn- ' inn dinner held at the 1,'Amor cafe at the close of the evening. KtioptH!- Til 111 Out Many business hoimes found themselves unable to cope with the rush of business which followed the close of the forma ceremonies. Hundreds of Christmas shoppers swarmed about the gift merchandise which was being displayed for the fin t time In numerous stores. Merchant" reported hundreds of shoppers from Terre Haute as well as all surrounding towns. They expressed a belief (bat Clinton -s rapidly regaining its favor among shoppers who expect value for their money, good selection and courteous treatment. Markets HOGS. S.000: steady: holdovers. 1.000: top, 1.000: bulk. 9.40f8 9.00: heavy. $9.400' 10.00: medi um. 9. 50(H) 10.00: light. (H.OOff 9.80; light lights. $8.75gl.60; packing sows, J8.50jf9.40; pigs. f 6. 00 g 8.50. CATTLE. 500: steady. Calves steady. Beef steers: good and choice, $10.00 12.50: common and medium, $7.00 10.00: yearlings. $8.50 12.50. Butcher cattle: heifers, $5.00 11.50; cows. $4.25 7.00; bulls $4.256.25; calve $5.00 10.50: feeder steers. $4.50 8.00; stocker steers. $4.50W7.7.i; Blocker cows and heifers. $4.50 6.50. SHEEP 1.500; steady: medium and choice lambs, $8,50 4? 900 eulls and common, $7.00 8.50 vearlings. $6.00 8.00: common and choice ewes. $2.60 4.50: feeder lambs. $5.00 8.00. riet your ticket for Junior ri Play, December 14. USU Of Officers Last Night .Mrs. John Carnell was elected president of the Married Couples class of the Baptist church at a meeting held last evening at the home of Mr, and Mrs. John Swlokard on South Third street Other offi'lers elected for the ensuing year were secretary and treasurer Paul Crumley, and reporter, Mrs. Floyd Carlson. During the business session plans were made for a Christmas party to be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Heed on South Seventh street In two weeks. Bridge Club Meets Two tables of bridge were played at a meeting of the Friday Bridge club held at the home of Mrs. Harry Moore. South Seventh street, yester- .in,, altnpnnnn High score prize was awarded to Mrs. Coen Robertson and low, Mrs. John Charles. The club will hold a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Car! Balmer on South Sixth street Dec. IS. At that time gifts will be ex changed. HAPPY HOUR CLUB MEETS The Happy Hour club met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Raymond Gilfoy on South Third street. Bridge was played at two tables with nrizes awarded to Mrs. James Fisher, high; Mrs. James Weir, sec ond high, and Mrs. Clarence Harrison, travel. Plans were made for a Christmas party to be held at the home of Mrs. George Kamm on Blackman street December 17. ATTENDS COnVOUL, MEETING Mrs. Henry King, great Pocahon tas of the Pocahontas lodge, attend ed a council meeting last evening at Terre Haute. She was accompanied there by Mrs. Lizzie Vitalie, Mrs. Agnes Rae and Mrs. James Colombo. Lodge Meets The regular business meeting of the Pocahontas lodge was held Thursday evening at the hall on South Main street. - - " Fifty-two members attended the meeting. to Allan Mowbray, an explorer and Dick's rivaL Tha mt-onp ( much mOTC eULDO- rate than at Dick's real .marriage. He and Joan Blondell took the vows on the boat. There were only a few people present. Th, urririinfir In the DictUTC IS a formal affair, with Blonde Made- , leine Carroll wearing a gold cioin pawn. Rooes of flowers define an aisle to the altar. Just before the ceremony, iaae-leine is supposed to lose Her nerve and cry: "1 love Gary". Dick's name tn tne story is liary omm. They take me scene. -I love Gary," aaya Miss Carroll. "Gary who?" she is asked. "Gary Cooper." Th hlnwiin e-eta a howl from everybody on the set. Miss Carroll a tar La to explain aoout uic n isolation of names and then laughs with the rest. Hvn nnl(T.fBMd ROV Del KUU) smiles. "All right." he says, "we n try It again." rm int two at Metro-Goldwvn- Mayer, they are photographing a May Day festival near Parts In 1875. The camera la up on a dancing pavilion, Down below, with the crowd, are Jean-ette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy. As they approach the pa-vlllan and look up through the railing, the camera will dolly forward and shoot a cloaeup of their faoea. This ts sup-noaed to take Nelson Eddy place during a waltz, and a row of extras. In pairs, are Instructed to dance by the camera. The shots of the two stars will be taken be tween couples like machine gun bullets are nmea w through a whirling airplane pro- They gee reaay w - scene. An assistant director, wearing a turtleneck sweater, tells the extras. "Don't pay any attention to the camera or to Miss MacDonald and Mr. Eddy. Just look at each other and dance by." Each extra would give a lot to really be In the cloaeup Just long enough for you to remember his or her face. But the assistant director la on the Job. When you see the picture, you'll only be conscious of dancmg figures. rt i ir n ' J m ehlndliielcen In 'HOLLYWOOD By HARRISON CARROLL UopjrtlM, int. tin rattans Sradleat. in. HOLLYWOOD These Changing Scenes It la very gay on the "Last of Mrs. Cheyney" set. On this particular morning, we are tn mid- Atlantic, and Robert Montgomery and Nigel Bruce are in the act of surprising Joan Crawfo-.d. the lady crook, in Frank Morgan's cabin. "Oh, I b e g your pardon," ays Bob, "I guess I'm in the wrong cabin." "No." replies Robert Montgomery A Joan, (very assured), I don't think you are." Then she walks over to a mirror, jama a ridiculous little hat on the back of her head, accepts Bob's aid In putting on her coat, and exits. Aside from the necessary poise, the main trick la putting on the hat. Moat women would spend five minutes over the Job. For this hat makes the ordinary chapeau look about aa conservative aa one of Queen Mary's bonnets. It Is black. It la small, and It fits right onto the back of the head. Sprouting out of it, like they were 'growing on a hillside, are four black stalks , (rbat bloom Into feathers. i Due to the tuning of the scene, t Director Richard Boiealawski : doesn't want Joan to hesitate more i than a few seconds at he mirror. She is brave about it She just lams the hat on and hopes It stays there until she gets out the door, i When tha seen Is over. Bob ; Montgomery makes the prize re-' mark. j "Do you know what that hat I looks liket" he aaya, . "A Palm i Springs sunrise." r It will probably be better for !both him and me if Btyiist Adrian .doesn't read this column. Dick Powell Just can't stay away from weddings. For the picture, "On the Avenue", he is attending one today in disguise. He is made up like an old man with gray hair, gray mustache and goatee. He Is supposed to took like George Barbier, who la Madeleine Carroll's father in the story. Tbi Is the wedding of Madeleine RED INK. DOUBLE SHEETS O FLAT SHEETS IN HUE. GREY, WHITE .OR TAN PAPER. SAME 50 Daily Clintonian F RE SURE AND SEE . . . RTTEX FOR i f" I PERSONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS 1 year. , '

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