The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 9, 1936 · Page 6
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 9, 1936
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W.-Jnesday, December 9, 1936 Page S The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana1 From Clowns to Contenders? injs licenses as Chrislmaa sifts tilidinj; iiii-i-easing l'avor. Ib i CLASSIFIEDADS LOST half million license forms was completed aevemj days uso by the division of fish and game. Resident hunting and fishing licenses for are printed on white paper and rarrj the year "I'.t'M'' in red. The 10-day fishing licenses for non-renidi'iits are on orange paper while regular nonresident fishing licenses are on blue and non-resident hunting licenses on green paper. The u Avarice sale of the hnntinp and fishing licenses serves a douhh purpose, making it possible for tlir sportsman to gel his new licensf, at his ronvenienie before the license is nei-pHsii ry. and ads t lie li-renpe lo the list of yirts which are apprerinh-d. I'se of 1 t i 1 1 l' and fish- PLAY SCHEDULED AT.SLBERNICE Large Advance Ticket Sale for Senior Production on Tuesday Night ST. BICKXK'K, Dec, 9 The senior (in Ha pluy, "H Was u (lay Hcnor-Uu," v 11 h srliMfiuU'ii to he preHfiilci) i( tint high school Tuesduy nltfht. A litre advunre ticket wile tave rom-Ihh of a HiicrcHKfiil evening. Thr Kind! school teachers are pre-parliiK un operetta for ChrlHtmitR en-tertulnment. Mrs. Bertha ('hiss entertained the Double Six rlub Wednesday evening diu'Ms were Mrs. Kzelle KhiK and Mrs. Old Nelson. Prizes wer awarded to Mrs. Minimum, Helen Dotnpr, Marie Wakefield and Nettie Hollirmer. Mrs. Helen Douglas will entertain in two weeks with a PhriRtmns party. Mr. and Mrs. A. AV. Cheesewrig;ht called on Mr. and Mrs, Anthony Pundiff Sunday evening. Mrs. Kosr-on Johnson is on the sick list. A young ppople's rally was held al the Haplist ohurrh Sunday afternoon. Mis. Martha Downs of Detroit Is "isitim relatives hpre. . Mrs. R. D. Armstrong and daughters railed on Mrs. Rehooea WagnnT n Pairview Sunday evening. Mrs. Fred Gnice of Indianapolis is the guest of her daughter, and son-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Ben Reed Mrs, R. D. Armstrong and daughter Vond-a were in Terre Haute Monday. A bridal shower was riven at the home of Mvh. Kvereft Hiddle Friday evening in honor of her dauhter-''n-law. Mrs. Laurence Hiddle. Many hf'Hiitifiil and useful gifts were H i flux ; i i - V: ftV ; 1 ' clowns . - Ufa. chakGi p .(nr. y I (Ril-.v . FROM CLOWNS kGM l 1 5 1Y .f. v.VM IWTO A FlGHTlAJGrCTV,V P A &UGLEIGU' Hfw,. Cr- GRIMES- , w ijM PU6HAOOUS AUTU I CtjL. fif BUookmaj BOSS I ;: gf-jTifT , swas? COLUMBIA TONIGHT "PROFESSIONAL SOLDIER" Willi VICTOR McLAGLEN FREDDIE BARTHOLOMEW COMEDY "Barnyard Amateurs" PALACE LAST TIME TONITE SUNRA . wJt ifi f RL'AL i 15 1 i' 1 iliii.'.l ill an AiiM-ricaii Nuilisl ili)ii DOORS OPEN 6 P. M. You Belter Come Early! All S"Hts IMc . the People t 1 911 1 I liClflf ADULTS lllentil' Hf (J SI Ul l II II'- i : : 10c and 15c Spotted hound with name Charles Ames on collar. Keturn to George Berrieford, 850 Walnut St, t29' LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO HIDDKKS Electric Light Wiring Notice Is hereby given (hat the Board of Commissioners of Vcrinil lion County, State of Indiuna, will receive smiled bids up to the hour of ! o'clock In the afternoon on the 21st day of December, 1936, at the County Auditors office, Newport t lid I una , for the following: Rewiring the old part of the County Infirmary and rewiring or repairing the residence portion of the County Jail. Each bidder must bid on mate rial, labor, etc., as of specifications now on file in County Auditors office. Newport, Indiana. Each bid must be accompanied by a bond or bid bond in the amount of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00), to the approval of the Board of Commissioners. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Given this 7th day of December, 1936. by the Board of Commissioners, Vermillion County. Indiana. C. B. COOPER, Auditor Vermillion County, Indiana. 1210-1736 Greater Supply of Feeder Lambs Expected in 1937; Heavy Storage Holdings Effecting Poultry Prices (Continued from Page 1) the first half of 1937 will depend upon the final out-turn in the prices of the grain and hay crops and on the prices of dairy products. However, records gave the impression that the principal comerciul dairy sections were planning further increases In milch cows, but the general farming section of the corn holt were contemplating further reductions. Total production of manufactured dairy products were expected to be low until feeds are made available from the 1937 crop with the lower number of dairy cows, and the relatively low production per cow in prospect. For most Indiana dairymen, who have sufficient quantities of good hay and some grain, 1937 should be a favorable year, even though a less favorable feeding ratio exists than a year ago for them. The poultry situation was summarized as being somewhat peculiar in that moderately high poultry meat prices can not lie expected during the early months of 1937 of the heavy storage holdings, and It was thought that poultry prices are likely to be lower this winter than last. Storage supplies of eggs were reported to be smaller than usual. This factor combined with heavy sum-mer and fall marketing of poultry due to drought conditions and an unfavorable feed price ratio, will hold down production and with an increasing consumer damand the result should be more favorable egg prices during the present winter months. A Powerful Human Guldahl Averages Less Than 72 in Year's GolfPlay CORAL (1AHI.KS, Fla., Dec. 9 -Ralph (iuliluhl, of St. Louis, lirsl prize winner in the .Vlialiil lllllmiire $111,1100 open, is golf's 1936 medal king and winner of the radio cup with an average of 71.53 fur sixty-five rounds during the past year Robert K. Harlow, tournament man ager of the Professional Golfer's Association announced today. (iuldalil climbed from fort y-l'i fill place last year with 75.16 for 31 rounds. Other high ranking golfers were: Harry Cooper, Chicago, 71.84 average 82 rounds: Henry Plcard. Hershey. Pa., 72,11, 60 rounds. Paul Rimyan, White Plains, N. Y 1935 winner with 7'2.29; Tony Manero. National Open champion and Miami-Billmore home club pro, averaging 72.46 for 58 rounds, Lawson Little 72. M for 36; Denny Shute 72.73 for 3S; Olin Dutra. 72.88 for IS; Gene Sarazen. 72.97 for 36. Clerks to Start Selling Licenses On December 15 Indiana haunting and fishing licenses, good during the 1937 calendar year, will be -placed on sale by county clerks and their designated agents next. Tuesday, December 15. Virgil M. Simmons, commissioner of the department of conservation, said today. Distribution of approximately a i - nr j ti oe. iuc vvea.-jnur. .Jt Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices First day of Insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days Insertion: the same 8c charge (you get three days at double the cost of the first, day). Next three days Insertion: the mine 8c charge (you get a whole week, six days, at three times the cost of one insertion). Kttch group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Mailt Hue (like this), 10c per line. , All rlMMlNnl ads Including memo-riant anil nolli wi or all kind" muiit tx- paid In advance except those by rrKular cutnira whose accounts are pnld monthly or those from or-aanlsatlnna whose bills munt be allowed before being; paid. In tlie Inner oaso the person asking the publication of the notice will be held riwpoimlble for lis payment. FOR SALE 6-ioom modern home, sleeping porch, garage. Located in. 6UU block Kim street. Price $1400 for quick sale. Write or can: . u. Hnrtlpv Sales & Auction Co., 672 Ohio St., Terre Haute, Phone Craw ford-7924. t30 Uas range, trap drum outfit. Rea sonable. Mrs. H. Bell, in" South Fifth street. t30 Alfalfa hay. Mack Donnelly, Shep-ardsville. t32 Pluver niano with cabinet and 107 music rolls. Albert Davis, Cromp- tou Hill. t29 Ladies coat, size 38; man's overcoat and suit, size 38. Coll at bto Blackman street. t29 1 milch cow with calf at side. Dom Simutls, State Road 71, Blanford. Indiuna. t28 huhy bed, excellent condition. Priced reasonably. Inquire 669 South Sixth street. t28 Lunch room In good location. Priced cheap. 227 MulberrV St. t28 Building to wreck. Good condition and reasonable. Size 18x54. Write Box S, 442, Clinton, Ind. t28 Tractor, plows, cultivators, gas engines, trucks, trailers and repairs. D. R. Murray. t28 For Sale Coal Nlnht or day. 1 mile south of Clinton on pavement. Briggs & Louden, phone 64 or 916-4. t33 For good coal phone 797-W. Otf FOURTH VKINOOAIi, UNIVERSAL, MIAMI NO. 4, AND BLACK BKTTV NO. 5. HARLEV HITK-MAS, PHONE 10. 0-tf PAID NOTICES NOTICE Election of all officers of Teamsters Local Union No. 73 will be held Wednesday night, Dec. 8. All members are requested to he present. Oran Reed, Sec.-Treas. t28 Try as you may, you can't find a Kilt that will mean quite so much lo your friends as your portrait it is you. Cashncr Studio. t34 Get your tickets for Junior Class I'lay, December 14. t20 CARD OP THANKS We wish to take the opportunity to express our thanks and appreciation for the kindness and sympathy extended to us at the time of the death of Mrs. Viola Naselroad. We also want to thank Frist funeral home, the singers, Rev. Davis, the neighbors and friends, those who sent floral offerings and donated cars. William Naselroad, husband, and family. t28 Help Wanted Salesman and collector between 25 and 35 years old to handle collections and learn salesmanship. We teach you local work. Old concern. Salary and commission. Apply between 7:30 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. or write T. C. Bear, 711 Wabash Avenue, Terre Haute, Ind. t26 For Sale or Trade Slope coal mine. Within 7 miles of Clinton. H. E. Williams, Montezuma. t28 PAID SWAP APS 1924 Ford coupe for what have you? Floyd Jones, Hillsdale. t30 INSTRUCTION I will select men to train for electric refrigeration and air conditioning positions. Experience unnecessary. Write Refrigeration Engineering Inst., Inc., Box 442, Clinton. t28 WANTED TO BUY Piano. Must be reasonable. Call Crompton Hill school. t29 WANTED Coal hauling. Call Andy Johnson, phone 915-12. t33 Experienced, licensed beauty operator. Call at 252 Blackman St. t30 Good used kitchen cabinet. Inquire 227 Ash street. t29 A NEW GYM NOT GOOD LUCK IN LOCAL OPENER (Continued From lai;e Five) Cull and Carmody wer eoutstanding for the Kittens. Summary: Garfield (22) FG FT PF Baker, f 0 0 0 Price, f 1 1 4 McDanlels, f 1 0 1 Robb. f 0 (I 0 Tuttle. f 0 0 0 Freed, f 0 0 1 Pauline, c 3 1 2 Shannon, g 0 0 0 Mehes, g 3 2 3 Losier, g 1 0 '4 Burke, g 0 0 0 Totals 9 4 15 Clinton (15) FG FT PF Bonacorsi. f 0 1 1 Bostick, f 0 0 0 Berrisford, f 2 2 2 Berto, f 1 0 0 Shuman, c 0 1 0 Phillips, c 1 2 3 Bennett, g 0 1 1 GuKllelmetti, g 0 0 1 Sollars, g 0 0 0 Totals 4 7 8 Referee, Jarrell; umpire, Ringer. COURT NEWS NEWPORT, Ind., Dec. 9 A citation for contempt of court has been filed against Arthur Dunn of Dana, returnable on January 2. The affidavit for contempt alleges that Dunn has failed to pay any part of the $511 he was ordered to pay into court for attorneys hired by his wife, Jean Blythe Dunn, who is seeking a divorce. READ THE ADS Local Charter Granted by the I. A. T. S. E. Jan. 13, 1915 I; ! I l ! WILC0X0N BETTY i FURNESS J? A REPUBLIC - -r ICTURE . ML Story of Conceived by FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT and Written For LIBERTY MAGAZINE by 6 Famous AUTHORS! v1--! r- A t rkl fV J'JrV ' k, trtffl333Sw ' aver I 1 1 ! r lflnfjl$!ilr Paramount News j i f 'jfffli JjjA jj' Betty Boop Cartoon I ; PfCFURisS Paramount Pictorial X ! r i nun. "la ' jr?- t w SHE LOVED HIM f AND HE LOVED i (Sa A HORSEI r . V' " Tl Sh needed oH,ion ond t ' I ' I I he needed oatf I When he J x sm i, -a .-) ' . . . asked for money, the wouldn't T 2 i J 1 pony upl When the asked for t ' $t a home, he stalled, her off I f ? CHRISTMAS SHOPPING SUGGESTIONS Stop and Rest at Your Favorite Theater Below is the emblem shown in i i ' i V' J 1 Q Rupert Hughes, Samuel Hopkins Adams, Anthony Abbot, Rita Weinian, S. S. Van Dine and John Erskine. Si s BENNtll IVr-UKtA f 1 1 iL I I ,4gg5yl THEATERS Employing Union Projectionists Tlir piiwiTfiil. IniiTi.iii story of a iiMiion til tin rniss roads. I p to tin1 miiiuii' hs it raiiio utt. llimii. I''tu i-oiis, lhrlll-Mi knl, nuuiuilir t-nU'i-( IMiijeil li lt i 1 1 in lit ast. 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