The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 11, 1936 · Page 2
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December 11, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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The Dally Clinloninn, Clinton, Indiana Friday, December 11, 1936 Page 2 3E Casualty on WPA Strike Front Tlaese Independent Grocers Invite You to... FAIRVIEW M, E. AID IN MEETING Mr. Ray Munson In Hostess to 5.W- SWVtfcciW jfM W. B. SHARP Fairview Park 11 Members; Pot Luck Dinner Served A 1 mm mmmmmm mm M i KAIRVIUW, Dei:. 11- The Ladies Aid Society of the Fail-view M. K. church met at the .home of Mrs. Ray BEAL'S MARKET 328 North Ninth Street Clinton MuiiRon with eleven members pres .ototo.s SECONDINO BROS. Universal, Indiana U. S. No. 1 Magna bosco & Berto 409 North Eighth Street Clinton oaf LoftucG ent. The day was spent in sewint:. and a pot luck dinner was served at noon. MIsr Sarah Shew of lUilvorsat was I lie Sliest Monday nKht of Miss An-naliell Hunter. Mis. Mary Willlumson of Terre llante was the Tuesday uuesl of Mrs. Jacob Hryant. Mr. and -Mrs. Kube Martin of Paris. Ml., were Sunday attests of Mr. and Mrs. Sain Johnson. Mr., a nd"".I ra. l.eu'(;rit'finsnntl uns were Sunday guests of Mr. and and Mrs. McKinley Jones of renter. Mrs. Mary Newkirk spent a' few days with her daughter. Mrs. M. H. Ni'nl, of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Khoades had a Sunday guests Mrs. Lizzie Myers, and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Clark of After sitting in for 15 hours without food, this WPA striker collapsed in the ortice of the Federal Writers' Project in New York. The workers are protesting the cutting-otl' of federal relief work. VICTOR PALONCY Fairview Park KLONDYKE at the home of Leon Foil of lillllge Lille. Mrs. Joe llhickeler. who was con-lined to her home wilh illiuss, is able to be out again. i it ii KLO.VJjY K K. !'. 11 - Mi-h. .h.hn Miittiofla ;ni. AI;m- ami JOHN GAMBAIANI Centenary, Indiana ,, 11 ,bs- o .0 ib. 2.5C : ib. t2) - 3 fr 1cf ivccf Potatoes fii'si1 Mary imil :un Si sjM'iii Wciliic :-ki v in ( '1 in inn wilh A! r. urn! Al i Louis Knrii-n ;iiid thiiii'liK-r. Mrs. Ed Coltrell and Mrs. Jonn Corrico. who are also on the sick list, are reported to be improving. Mrs. Russell Xeidliuger and sou Jerry spent Wednesday wilh Mrs. Certie Silkwood. Middletown. I Mrs. Caryl Cooper and Mrs. JohrJ Collins were Saturday evening j fuests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hayes.' Mrs. Caryl Cooper of South llend, ' Olid Mrs. John Ellis or Toledo. O have returned home after spending the past week with their hint her, Flank Rboades. and Mrs. Rlload.-s. IVAN SVETKOFF 1201 North Seventh Street Clinton PERQNA'S STORE Blanford, Indiana Mr and Mrs. Sam Kerr were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kerkes of Illanfnrd. Mrs. fiertio Silkwood and family spent Sunday with Mrs. l!uss.!l Neidlinger. Fred Blackburn is still confined o bis home with Illness. Robert llarhee and Koherl Car-al Sr.. spent Thursday afternoon in Dana. m met fa e irapo m JOHN VALENTE 1301 North Ninth Street Clinton V r Fine Gran. l(7c- Mr. ami Mis. Kraitl: Os' lia sici.i Sunday cvrMMiti: at tin- hniin1 tf .Mi' and M ''s- .lull n S-rniiiin and la 111-ily (ii I'nivifsal. .Iiilui (uflalliila );jt.-ni Stnirl::y in Marshall, 111. Ht'iniaii Whit. nf Cliiihin r-u- Wednesday in K litndx'Kf will' friends. .Minnie Cunfnre mi l s?n .In! spt'iit Sundny in K SondyUe . illi Mr. and Mrs. Itapl isla Hnfi'altr.la a:d family. Petp Xora and Hap'i 1:' It'ifia'tt )!,. sienl Saturday in Tcrrp Haute. T oli n and Ciiarlcy Ma.--a and Dnnt Mailioda of Iridianapitlis spt-nt Mmi-day evetiinii with their parents, Mr. and Airs. James Massa. and Mr. and Mrs. .IdIiii Matlioda. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Osella mul Si Matti')d:i spenl Snnitay with Mr. am? Mrs. John Ainn'i-e uf South nl" ('1mi-ton. Mr. and M rs. .Tnhn Tul-eiv is-) .1 -and daughter Catherine Ann of Paris. II!., speiit Tuesday evenin with Mr and Mrs. Frank Osnlla M r. and Mrs. I,nnis Knricn am! daiif-iitPr Mary if Clinton and I-ssi UnTfo ef Ihiuvilh' f;p(-nt Sunday at hnine ef Mr. and Vri; John Mat-" Rare Butterflies Born 7 Times Rare butterflies are born seven times. Gold-banded skippers, habitats of Maryland and Virginia woods, have six metamorphoses. They construct tiny leal shelters while in the caterpillar stage. V) ill 10 ib.. d$) MINNIE GI0VANINI 558 North Eighth Street Clinton Frank Rhoades. who has been seriously ill, has improved. Miss Nina Haywnrib of Danville. 111., spent Friday evening with her sister, Mrs. Charles Kerr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leon Short of Terre Haute were Saturday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Short, Mrs. Virgil marketer and daughter Beverly spent Wednesday in Clinton with friends. Delia Margaret and Edna Mac Kerr spent Sunday with their brother Charles. Misses Katherin Simpson and A Ida Faraco spent Tuesday in Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. HerscbeJ nufring-t'.n and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shew 'Pent Sunday afternoon in Terre Haute. Hersrhel Buffineton has returned to work after having been confined to bis home with illness. William Carnal of Johnson City. HI., Is spending a few weeks with his brother. Robert Cargal. Sr. Mrs. Bert Jones and daughters of Spongier spent Wednesday with Mrs Cliffort Brown. Ralph Kerr spent Monday night trackers 2KJ 5c linger Snaps 1 2 Wm Burs 9 a. atsuB cloirand 1 3 Fencing Curiously enough, fencing originated in comparatively recent times. Up to the tin.e of the discovery of gunpowder and the invention of firearms, men went to battle in suits of armor and carried broadswords. The most muscular soldier, the one who by sheer brawn could hack through his opponent's coat of mail, was generally the victor. But guns ended armor, and skill with sword and saber became essential. Then it was that fencing began. 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