The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 11, 1936 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, December 11, 1936
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Paifre 3 The' Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Friday; December 11, 1936 IS At Senate Investigation Into Rail Empire 3k 'VI a Hi fe. Gypsy Slices Off Nose of Wife at Her Own Request SATMAIt. Rumania. loc. 11 "Sandor, my husband, out my nose off, otherwise I shall again hit unfaithful to you" pl-ad-d Kthel Varga, a SS-years old. liery (iynsy woman with hor spouse, a hnsn player in a rnmany orchestra. Hoeing danger ahead, Siindur rum-plied will! his wife's request hut while ho was operating on hor with a well-sharpened knife. Kthel's cur- SHOPPING Can be made pleasant and easy if you have the necessary funds and right here i the place to get them. Repayment to Suit Your Income! i Security Loan Co. 121 J South Main Street Phone 62 -j M ;'7ZZZ -1 1 - :i .-atjrij ... J , f ftjc-' ' ' j ' '..; Vfi.- A -.Kn A T 4 ' LYFORD ITEMS FROMTHE MAIL Former Tcacheri Visit School; Alfred Wright Weekends With Parent I.YKOIUJ, Dec. 11 .Mrs. Vinlu Hobuo and Ill's. Muo Frailer, found Lyrord school luacliera, visilcd nt tho school. All rod YVj'iKht ot Piiirlu Hiirnt (hi! wockeiid with his paii'iits, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Oadicr Iliiltom mid children Johnnie Joy and Evelyn visited Mr. and Mrs. William Oliver of Mecca. .Miss (ionrnhi Van Men of Vin-coiiiios Kponl Iho weokond with hor mother. Mis. Kato Van Uou. Mr. and Mrs Thomas llanloy wiTo Siinilay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Van Lion. Miss Viola Mayers and Orth Thompson wen-also lhi'Sunday guests of the Van l.ii 11 family. Mr. and .Mrs. A. 1. Hamilton were the dinner miosis of Lori-n Wright of Universal. They also visited Mrs, Hamilton's nioce. Mrs. Howard Plus- lilting yolls uttracied Iho police and iliy hass player was arrieu. Dollars Do Double Your Duty- Low Every Day Prices and Week End Specials! Mrnueht before the court Sandor explained lhal II was 1111 old (iyps custiun In cut off Iho no-io or an iiiifnitliNil wife and lhal in Ktliol' case Ibis huh done not only will hor consent but 11I h'-r ! inl r" (llO!;l . Nils' loss KH10I fully ooiirn-moil h" husband's stateinoiils anil ndde' that some time aco sh" had rut away vilh 1I10 first violinist of Sri dor's orchestra. Conseiolii -tri ' on she roinrnod to Kumlor. who-she married when sh" was sixt-and to whom she bore .Won chi' droll. Lately, however, she f It that f' could not res'st the advances of 'I zither player of the same orchestrr-so she beu-eed her husband to do hi duty as a food Cvpsy and de-tri hor beauty. After a summing up hv tho jud-in which the Gypsy customs wer-severely deprecated. Sandor was son-to jail for six months. FLOUR Avondale High Quality tor of I.izlon. Ind. Mrs. 1'last itijr NEW STORE HO URS In order to shorten tbm wo 'kin hourt of our mploye, ffective M tndmy, cmbar 14th. KxuKer Storei ill not oyer until 7:30 A. H. We will: jiprecfat your Vo-operatlon. sorloii, ly 1 1 If. 69c 21-Lb. Bag EVERY DAY LOW PRICES Country Club, High Test, 24-Lb. Bag 89c Miller's Special Flour, 24-Lb. Bag 63e Oats Country Cl'ib 8m, Pks. 7c 'nt ,va tflrtiinor HiRninmtreR marie at the sen It 25c Peanut Butter Catsup GOLD MEDAL Ball made the disclosure' during testimony at a senate committee hearing at which were present.! left to right. George Ball. George A.-Tomllnson. Cleveland shipping magnate who, together with Ball came to the rescue of the Van Sweringen brothers during a financial crisis, and Senator Burton K. Wheeler, chairman of the senate. committee. ate investigation into the financial structure of the railroad empire built up by the late Van Sweringen brothers came when it was revealed that George A. Ball, Muncle, Ind., fruit Jar manufacturer, held 90 per cent of the stock tn Midamerlca corporation, top. holding company., of the financial structure. or Pillsbury Flour 24-Lb. QQr Bag 3 CT.J. 25c 3 20c Tall Boy Vg. or Tom. Country Club Soup Milk Raisins Apricots Prnrinf- Pickling Suicr 29. Pks. MILK Wiison, Pet or Carnation 3 Cans 21C Ice Age Men Traced to I). S. Excavators found traces of men in the United Stales. There's a Difference Parknasilla. in Ireland, has palrri trees and subtropical vegetation, although it is the same latitude as bleak Hudson bay, in the north of Country CIiiH Wbote PMled "X 19c Skull as Drinking Cup A skull of the most beloved dead relative is carried by various Australian aborigines as a drinking ctio The countries that are called upon to make up even the smallest package of pickling spices include India, China, Japan, Ceylon, England. Spain, and Austria. Quaker Oats 17c Pks. Sc I Canada. 18c Granulated Soap Oxydol fkt. Aunt Jet 2 B.r, 11p Meaning of Word "Adios" The Spanish word "adios" commonly used for good-by is from a Dios, to God. Its original religious meaning was, "I commend you to God." Peaches Lux Soap Lux Flake pk.. io l. 13c I4. o, pin. oe I 0c Pkl. Pks. XXXX Sugar Jack Frost Law Soap Oall.Oy'S Ycur Food Store Is Fighting Y()lir Pineapple 2l25c SARDINES Tomato or Mustard Red Snl or Lewi Lye 3 co. 25c pks. 12c V ... SffTV Minute Tapioca 3Lge. Oval Cans Battle for LOWER FOOD PRICES 25c Charles Itoswoll was tho weekend guest of Chester Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Adams visited Mr. and Mrs. rtosa Jones of near Athcrton Sunday. Mrs. (ieorgo McOrew and son. Freddie Joe, of Indianapolis visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Luce. Mrs. Gladys Borman and daughter. Phyllis, of C.ary were tho weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cumnungs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilding nnd daughter, Merrill June, were tho Sunday guests of Mrs. Ethel Wilding, Mr. and Mrs. Kd Davts and children. Lela Mae and Dllly. visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ealey Man k I lis Sunday. Several students from here, who are In the Junior rlass play, practiced in the new gym last night. Mrs. Clyde Stitther and Mrs. Homer Hollingsworth visited Frank Stut-ther and family and Merrill Snod-grass Tuesday. Mrs. Kmerette Davis of Milwaukee is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wright, this weeli. Joe Kemp of Danville visited his mother. Mrs. Martha Kemp. Richard (ireer and family have moved to the Hayse properly jut vacated by John T. RnwriVn, who has moved to Terre Haute. Miss Thelma Coleman of Clinton visited at the home of Miss Naomi Laney Tuesday, Miss Coleman also called on Mrs. Ethel Wilding. Mrs. Charles Wilding was the guest of Mrs. Joe Adams Wednesday. Paul Shoemaker, who has heen employed in Anderson, is home for an indefinite visit. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Shoemaker of Anderson spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Shoemaker. cw 5c .. Size of Polar Bear The polar bear is not the biggest member of the bear family, but he grows to great size.'one weighs from 1,000 to 1,400 pounds. From nose to tail, polar bears often measure seven or eight feet. The tails are short, being only three to five inches in length. Clapp i ?;bJ 4c.n. 29c Hind Lb. IQc Tomato Puree Hard Candies Fruit Cakes 3 29 Oven Fresh Vanilla Wafers Hr Grace lbs IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS $S Cotittr Wairon for only S2.M or Sessions Klectrlc Clocks. $1.49 to $2.29 By our iixcia. plan ret details. PUMPKIN AMERICAN BEAUTY Dry Pack, Golden Pumpkin 21s 10c Mixed Nuts Dates B"lk rThPiltflMratTj $1.25 Lb. Fancy Firm Yellow Fruit Pure Cane M-Lb. ( loth IkK We reserve the rlalit t 29c Sugar 4 Big No. 2i Cans I limit quaiuitlnt. Iiices suhject to inaiket change BANANAS LETTUCE GRAPEFRUIT 5c 5c 5c 5c Iceberg- Large 60 Size Heads Each Crisp Solid Texas Seedless-Extra Largs 64 Size Each A special Value PPnut Butter. No. 1 fancy quality 2-lb. jar 22c read Brigham Young Left 17 Wives Brigham Young died in Salt Lake City, August 29, 1877, leaving 17 wives and 47 children. In his will he provided each wife with a home of her own or a life suite in Lion House with ample provision for her maintenance in comfort for the rest of her life. All his sons and daughters inherited alike. The Worship of Flora The worship of Flora by the Romans as the goddess of flowers, spring and youthful vitality was one of the oldest in Rome. Her festi-vel at the end of April was called Floralia, and at that time all dwellings were decked with flowers, and feasting, dancing and singing prevailed. The goddess was represented as a flower-crowned maiden. Tangerines 2 - 25c Colery ul OAKLEY'S NEW BREAD Lima Beans, Loudon's 3 cans 25c Union Leader Tobacco 14-oz. can 59c Dates, pitted or unpitted 8-oz. pkg. 10c Tomatoes, Indiana pack. . . . .2 No. 2 cans 15c Green Beans, cut stringless. . .4 No. 2 cans 33c Va((ti for vflliiaM1 rou pon, vrail In each loaf. 20-OZ. LOAF . . The Kid GIoti Oranee Kichiias Wall Bleached Lemons 5 10c Carrots B""h 5e Snnkiac SSO Sire fane? CaUformja Apples 4 25c Radishes 3 Bch" 10c Weab-' Wlnefap or Rome Beautr Red Butten Oranges 29c Sreen Beans . 2 u... ijfc New Florida Trmple Full of Juice rncr Round SlrinelM Gelatin 25c bottles for UKUBY ll-H III. .HI KNOX FRUIT FLAVORED MUTTON SALE CHRISTMAS CANDY AND NUTS PURE CREAM CANDY, fresh 2 lbs. 25c CHRISTMAS HARD MIXED 2 lbs. 23c ALL FILLED and PLASTIC CANDY 2 lbs. 27c STICK CANDY 2-lb. pk. 19c PECANS, extra laree paper shell lb. 22 Jc CREAM NUTS, extra larSe lb. 19c MIXED NUTS, best quality lb. 22 LEG O' MUTTON .. J A1 A CHRISTMAS GIFFT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! A HEW 1937 l2C Ui T 10c STEAKS CHOPS, rib or loin 3 10c Size Pkgs. Lm ROAST or STEW . . lb. 1QC 4 S"7 dJ STEAKS. ROASTS CHOPS World's Outstanding Radios V E A tin I L EX HOLLIEANNA Pure, Rich Evaporated 3 Tall f( Cans l .lb. 10 c L BREAST FOR STEW. PRICED FROM 5 679111213 and 15 TUBE RADIOS FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Grapefruit, Texas seedless 3 for 10c Radishes, red button bunch 4c Leaf Lettuce 2 lbs. 15c Tomatoes, hot house lb. 12c Tomatoes, hot house lb. 17c Sweet Potatoes 6 lbs. 25c Mangoes 3 for 10c Celery, Michigan 3 for 10c Carrots . . bunch 5c Head Lettuce head 5c ib. g Picnics Small , Sugar Cured Shankless Corn Flakes HOLLIEANNA, Crisp Flakes BEEF FOR VALUE 28c Large Pkgs. TENDER STEAK CHUCK ROAST SWISS STEAK American and Foreign Reception Guaranteed . on Itailiiw 9H4.05 and up. old on Easy Payments FREE HOME -QUALITY MEATS-CHOICE Roast lb. 15c, 12ic BABY Loin Steak lb. 1 5 J c BEEF Boil ; lb. 10c, 8Jc LARD, U. S. Inspected, pure hog lard lb. 13k POT ROAST......-..; lb. He CREAMED or PIMENTO- SPREAD COTTAGE CHEESEibtOc Holland Herring keg 99c ill DEMONSTRATION V T f OAKLEY'S SPECIAL COFFEE Rich, Bourbon Santos 3fc49cl7c Grisco 3TLb' 5 1 c ill m f' CALL UK biUf 1UUAX 4 .1 r- , , SAUSAGE, pure pork lb. 13ic $1 Deposit Lays Away Any Crosley for Christmas Delivery! RRAINS. Selected Dork or calf lb. 15 5c 17ic BACON, Sugar cured, Boston style lb. VEAL. Cutlets, Frenched lb. CAKE 5no-Sheen FLOOR Pk8 21 Breast, for Roast or Stew. . lb. 9c BREAKFAST SAUSAGE, fresh link . . . . Lb. 175c GROUND BEEF, fresh, no cereal, lb. 12ic CHEESE, full cream lb. 19ic EADIO SERVICE Clinton's Oldest Radio Sales and Service 456 N. Ninth St. Phone 792 We Repair All Makes of Radios DatesH29c READ THE CLINTONIAN CLASSIFIADS

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