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December 11, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Page S Friday, December 11, 1936 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana IE PC .11 pBehind the Seen Clinton Social Notes GOLUM HOLLYIUOOD uwior tills week of putting In tha tiist call from Hollywood to Brisbane, Australia. Her voice was carried about IM.OOO miles to her mother at the other end of the wire. The eighl-minuU conversation cost $12tf. By MAKKIHO.N AKlvKl.1. Up)..,hl, IVM. kisf FVaiur.k hsdlrt. Imr. HOLLYWOOD- If for no other reason, "The Last of Mrs. Cheyney" will go down In history ' a th picture in which the ooBersitiYe c AliM Virginia balnioJid of Blaek-uiau Street lWt ei(jiday uUvnuum for ;ar- and Chicago, win -re ln will viuft frieuds. HUe plans to r'tuni Ihmjiu Hunday. Miti. Kraii' i.u Soul hard of Alhu-iiu'itiiiM. N. M.. ioN lant n'i)intt for Jior boon after Bpfudlng lh xuijiuh'i mi iitha. Ur! with friend. Hh was (he UJt f Mrs. C. Hum-i.ierKley of South Third trel. a clone friend, on Wednesday of (hi week. a- FOKE laxlfes brought their raid upon masculine faah-ions to the ultimate conclusion. Joan Crawford does the trick by Introducing in the film an adaptation o f the gentleman's evening cost with Uuls. Kor the same ft 1 - - - K' ' Joui Crawford 959 N. 9th and Corner Main and Vine Phones 745 and 746 We Deliver The bridle paths of nearby hills resound to the oratory of Clark Gable, who finds, in this manner, the privacy necessary to rehearse his house of common! speeches in I'arneH'". Oable aays his horse baa threatened to bolt several times, on the occasion of fiery outbursts, and that, any day, he expects the animal to turn around and repeat the speech after him. Here and there in Hollywood The orchestra at Gene Raymonds big parly was under the direction of his brother, Robert Marlow. . . . It now comes out that, for all these years, Jean Harlow has been letting her mother select most of her clothes. Jean tried her own hand to the tune of five outfits, and is sorry now for all the fun she has missed. . . . Marjorie Lane is redecorating Brian Donlevys house, seeing as she will be living there after their marriage early in 19:;7 . . . The Chester Morrises are both fighting flu So is yours truly. . . . Three :t: New California Crop Plump and Juicy Per Dozen ORANGES HOSPITAL NEWS tliiit t tlie Robert Iwnif hospital at Indianapolis, undPi went an otwra-lion ou liis ey? rwcntly. Hp in (!'H-imis along as :M as an oe e)' t cel. Misk Mal ta rot Ilium, formerly rcsid'-nt of Clinton, now of Wil-niiiiKton. 111.. i recuperates nl"ly at lier home after Ijeinji a patieu; at the Silver Cross hospital at Jo-liet. III., for three weeks. She is now able to alt up at few bouis eaeb day. 15c 98c L '-- flicker. J o s n will give the fans their first glimpse of her new Juliet txb, a coiffure featuring plastic curls Or. if you want to be fancy, call them Chanteclair curls. The dognappers are getting busy again. A blonde actress on a certain lot recently had a fine dog disappear from a fenced-in yard. Two days later, before her ad had appeared in the paper, a man showed up and asked her if siie had lost such a dog. She couldn't prove anything and paid a reward. Actually, sne is sure, it was a ransom. FLOUR Gold Medal "Klchcn Tested" 24 lb. Bag 40-50-60 Watt 3 ft Electric Light Bulbs U. 8. C. co-eos who appeared in a newspaper picture with Anita Louise have been Invited to Interview Casting Director M i :: A mow at Warners. . . . Connie Bennett won't be back in these parts until after Christmas. . . . Speaking of 1- We doubted it, too, but friends of Jane Withers, the child star, insist she has composed the music of a song that has a good chance of being a hit. The title is -Music Box Swing", and Jane picked out the melody by the two finger method on the set. Harry Axt and Sidney Clare are whipping the number into shape for publication, but they likewise insist that the uxumher Slices 30 oz. hr 21c V PUMPKIN Mrs. Nellie Beard of west of t iiti- ; ton, who lias been a patient at the Vermillion county hospital for the pabt two weeks. Is getting along satisfactorily. Jilaoehe Berry, daughter of Mr ii4 Mi s. Edward Berry, who under 'I went aa appendectomy at the Vermillion county hospital Wednesday, is getting along satisfactorily. Mrs. Elmer Timnierman and baby daughter. Sbarron Lee, were removed from the Vermillion county Connie Bennett 2 No. 2 Cans 17c melody is Jane s ana mat vney a merely putting in the Tin Pan Alley touches. Christmas. Jack La Rue. erstwhile film heavy, donned beard and mustache to play Santa Claus in the Hollywood boulevard parade. . And Freddie Bartholomew, with two weeks vacation from "Caotains Courageous", is bemoan, ing the fact that it means two more hours a day of school. Catsup 2 14 0z. Bottles 19C 2 3-4 Lb. Pkg. 1 9'C PUREE 4 No. 1 Cans 19c Spaghetti .2, ca.t cmj I7c e.ke Fiour RQHEY 16 Oz. Jar 19c Dates Little Cook Pkg. 10 : Kraut Del Monte 2 No. i Cans 25c Sardines Eatwell 8 Oz. Crn Sr. liosoiital to their home this you Asked Me and I'm Telling You! Marvin Hclliiier, Glcndlle: P.uby Keeler escap.'an appendicitis operation for the inomsnt, but will probably have to go through with it before she starts another picture. Strenuous dancing is too dangerous for an appendix that cuts tip. Tjlltinj errors the ocean is no lu-.gir r. st: -rtlip event, but Mary U-s-'r?. of V'srrers. had the Today's Puzzle: The brother of what singing star and the wife of what producer are enge.ged in an rrgument fbcut the ov.-r.ersliip of a do?? Police have been called ia r.n1 everythirgr. Tde loss m a ti lend is like that t a lni'b; time nmy heal the an-gjish of the wound, but the loss cannot be repaired under pressure at the opeu'i.g today with wheat unrhareed for December and t to c oft for oilier lu-tures. Com was to 1c off with Oeeember showiiug the most loss(. Oats vere to c tf. ' WHEAT: Wee.. 128; May. 123-124; July. lu1. COKN: ni'l Dec., 1 OS -1 oil : May. lU8-: July. i'H1 : (old) May. H)l',i-'i: July '-". OATS: IW., 48'i: May, 48'j- ; July, 4 4 2 Pfcg;.25c , Pkg. IQc Lb. Pk. 9c 3 Brs lie 2 Lb. Pksi. 7i 2C?n;1fc Lb. Bex 25c Lb. 10c Lb.lCc Lb. 10c Lb. UK-, Pkg.Tc All-Bran Kellogg's Rice Krispics White Rice Woodbury's Sosp Argo Gloss Starch Charr.p icn Lye Chccc'ate Cherries Peanut Brittle Yuletide Mix Chccoiare Drops ESritfrant Mix Pumpkin Pis Spice Markets CHICAGO. Dec. 11. Livestock: HOGS, 17.008; 10-aSc higher; holdovers l.OUU; tcp. 110.20; bulk. $I.G010 10: heavy. fS. 60 & 10.20 ; milium. td.t5&10.20: light. .r.o 110.00; light lights. 8.75.r0; packing sows, 18.75 .C0; pigs. IfH.OO ifi- 8.76. CATTLE. 2.000; steady. Calves. I, HO : steady. Beef steers: good and choice, 10. 00& 12.50; 'common and medium, 7.t)0 10.00 ; yearlings. 8.00 12.50. Butcher cattle: hellers, $0.00 1 1 .50 ; cows. 4.25 Ai 7.0U: bulls. 4.'25i& 6 25; calves. J0.O0I& 11.00; feeder steers. Wti.OO; stocker steers. $4.50(&7.75; titoeker cows and heifers. $4.60 0.50. SHEEP. .000; steady: medium and choice lambs, $8.50 0.00: culls and common, $6.60 & 8.00 ; yearlings, $6.00 & 8.00 : common and choice ewes. $2.50(6 4.00: feeder lambs. $0.00(6 8.00. CHICAGO. Uec. 11 Grains were Orange Juice Two 12-oz. can 25c POP CORN Two 10-oz. pkgs. 15c WALNUTS, No. 1 lb. 25c Campbell's Tomato Soup 2 cans 15c PEANUTS, fancy lb. 10c DATES 2-lb. pkg. 23C I?ab-0, Xmas Cards & Seals Free . 2 cans 25c TOiMATOES 3 No. 2 cans 22c CORN Two 12-oz. cans 25c Rlrcl- berries 2 No. 2 cans 27 C GIANT PEAS Two No. 303 cans 35c "ED BEANS .2 No. 2 cans 15c M:nce Pie Jars, a new treat lb. 17c REGAL OATS lb. pkg. 17c CHOCOLATES 5-lb. box 78c Many Types f I'tianas There are at least 4(10 types of iguanas, scattered through the West Indies, Centra) and South Amci xa The circus chameleoi. whj' h can turn green, brown or grey, is said to belong to this big family. Another odd type is a lizard which can run on water, using his hind feet only. The fellow raises his body and tail and folds his forelegs while performing his unique stunt. There are land, tree and water types of iguanas of multiple sizes and shapes. Practically all branches of the family are .confined to southern portions of the New World Seasickness as a "Kemedy" Taking a tea voyage and getting seasick was considered a gnoi (rent, ment for nervous tnd mental disorders in the davs r ih t'-m-.t is. Amerieao Place Karnes Bumble Bee. Ariz.: Hii' Ky ; Yelhn. iock.-l fnl n It 1 tfAMM A lOrcSl i -1 16 Oz. Jar 23c .1 v' 6, No. 15c HOMINY Van Camp'; a rariksVfat Xv- 1 CRAPE BUTTER SAUSAGE Fresh 17lBuik Lb. 10jp Link lb A I 2 C No Cereal 2 C BEEF STEAK MM UL UU1 (WlFlJ A Million Maidens Yaarn for Thit Romantic LovoCift Thit Christinas Sanfo Clous Young Native COME IN AND SEE OUR GLORIOUS NEWLA ME CEDAR CHESTS Conscrwivdy mofiertt io dMtjfo with vptoce Butched iout Mump catr pend ik1 $.pice fluttcbti. jund divided by eauiac mas- j J it aueuy. Automatic rutoc j y too . . . , , SfKCM 1 PcVC Soap 4 Ciant Bars 15c Flake White 4 Ciant Bars 15c Crisco Lb. Can 21c 3 Lb. Can 53c Maxwell House Coffee Lb. 27c Dried Apricots Lb. 19c Kidney Beans 3 Cans 20c Syrup Maple Flavor 2 i Lb. Gn$27c Banquet Tea Lb. Pkg. 23c Wheat Krispies 2 Pkgs. 19c Graham Crackers 2 Lb. Box 19c k LI-v GROUNDBEEF Fresh Lb. 12c BEEF BOIL-ROAST Lb. . . 10c-12c-15c STEAK SET FREE! See Our Display of SOFTASILK CAKE FLOUR 44 Oz. Pkg. ...26c Thif nodcro cbest hs fajiurcd waUHit stump Vrticl odociul woods, Vchd Ofientail woods aod nirrqucuy jOI walnut, ud bow bot muys ( combine to omw Mtikio , urntm. - - mm 0m I . Ahimhuc cmtw top A. J. DOUGHTY "Quality First, Prices Alwaiys Lowest" RADIOS FLOOR COVERINGS STOVES Phone 361 234-38 Dm Street ;i:iriusinniimiai!uniiinin!iiii:iiuiimi!inini iLiililLiiiiiiuistii

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