The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 16, 1936 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
December 16, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Clinton, Indiana
Issue Date:
Wednesday, December 16, 1936
Page:
Page 2
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 2 article text (OCR)

t Page 2 The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Wednesday, December 16, 1936 home In Llberlyville yesterday. Utah Beauty Queen WIDE SEARCH IN UTAH TODAY FOR MISSING AIRSHIP DR. B. H. SELLERS DENTIST SHOWER HELD IN FAIRVIEW NOME HARRY BRUNETTE WAITING JUSTICE IN TRENTON JAIL (Continued from Pago 1) HOSPITAL NEWS . .Mrs. John lluird of .South, FilUi street was admitted lo the t'uion hospital in Terre Haute, where nhe was to undergo a major operation today. William Houston, South Fourth street, who has been very ill at the Methodist Hospital at Indianapolis, is a little Improved, according to Information obtained today. sis j? oouin main &irw (Continued from Page 1) limon, lnmana Mr. Carl Prulhiere Receive Many Gift; Surprise Birthday Party 4 KA1RV1EW, Dec. 10--A shower THE WINGS OF HIS yz PI ANF WERE WINGS . wu given for Mrs. Carl Priilhieri' 1 Wednesday evening. December II , OF ROMANCE! She received several nice gifts. Those present were Mrs. Leonard Prulhiere Sr., Mrs. Leonard Prul ...an Air Chase with Cupid in hiere Jr., Mrs. William Paylmi, Mrs Ernest Weber, Mrs. Hcrschell Rob. w . i Pursuit! ertson, of Terre Haute, Miss Dorlt I- J V rift Snowberry of Clinton. sirs. Jess. Mrs, Claude Hayes. Mrs. Ijniremr through the ether early Tuesday. The missing craft was a western air express transport plane bound from l.os Angeles lo Suit Luke City. H1M l''NlN4 Uisl In foggy, soupy weather within a few minutes of the locul airport, Pilot S. J. Samson was believed to have plunged the liner into a jutting mountain peak or crashed It In some inaccessible canyon crev-co. Hope of finding the occupant alive waned as no word came fron i ho Ill-filled ship ii hours alier It disappeared. Besides the pilot, the plain' carried Co-Pilot William Unpen of llurbailk. Cal.; Stewardess Glad's Witt, who recently figured in an air romance Involving iwo sailors: Mr nd Mrs. James Wolfe of Chicago; 1. W. Kdward. radio engineer for he Northwest Air Lines at Minneapolis. Minn., and C. Christopher of Dwight, 111. Koai'di l llirficiilt Search by ground and air con-"ated today lu the rugged Alpine octor of the Wasatche range of lountalus. more particularly in t lie hiidnw of snow-capped Mount Tlm- Johnson, Mrs. Bum .1 Johnson, Mm Leicester Howard of Knulh Fifth street, who is in the Greenciistle hospital as a result of serious Injuries sustained In an aulo accident, is getting along satisfactorily, however his condition Is still serious. John Steir Jr., who underwent an appendectomy at the Vermillion county hospital several days ago, was removed to his home in North Seventh street yesterday. Mrs. John Golriner of South Main street, who had been a patient at the Vermillion county hospital since Saturday, was removed to her home yesterday. Richard Dowell. son or llr. K. H. Dowell of Hoekville, underwent an appendectomy at the Vermillion county hospital yesterday. He Is getting along satisfactorily. Homer Hush, who sustained iu iurles in a mine accident several days ago was removed from the Vermillion county hospital to his New Jersey state capital from New York City. Brunette was convoyed by three carloads or lederal ort'lcers with the full knowledfie that hliih-powered rifles were trained on his head and body every foot of the way through the Holland tuunel and across the Jersey meadows. The G-men, some of whom had taken part in the machine-gun and tear-gas battle with Brunette, were frankly fearful that his pal. Merle Vandenbusb, might lead an attempt to free Brunette In a storm of guu-Hre. The trip was made, however, without incident. Action Marts Swiftly At Somerville. N. J.. scene of the kidnaping of State Tropper William A. Turnbull, whom Brunette, Van-denbuBh and Mrs. Arllne Brunette curried Into Pennsylvania, the Somerset grand Jury was to be asked today to return a state kidnaping indictment against Brunette. There was said to be scant likelihood that Brunette would ever be railed upon to face charges at Somerset, as the federal charges will take priority. These Include federal kidnaping charge, charges of assault against federal men in New York, and at least two bank robbing charges in Wisconsin. Andrew Johnson, Mrs. Neil Dunn Mrs. Clyde Shew, Mrs. Ora Weaver Mrs. Sam Kerr, Mrs. William Rbosdes, Mrs. Franklyn Jones. Mr Lee Griffin,. 'Mrs. William Iteosr Mrs. Ads. Neldlinimr, Mrs. Olenn Margaret Price '.. Rushing the season a bit. students at University of Utah at Salt Lake City anticipated th New Year by selecting Margaret Price, comely brunet co-ed, aa Utah's beauty queen for 1937. l Kite, Mrs. Jesse Wells, Mrs. Andrew Gutish. Mrs. Jay Thomas. Mrs. Km-est Baldwin and the hostess. Mrs Carl Prulhiere. Bunco was played at nix tableK Prizes were awarded lo Mrs. Wil Co. Recreation Program Given Praise by WPA Officials Present For Booster Banquet Last Night (Continued Trom Tg 1) liam Reese, low: Mrs. Sam Ken-Mrs. Hersehcll Robertson and Mrs Sam Johnson. Refreshments were served and a anogos. one of the highest peaks 1 the Rockies. It was In this vi-inily Ihnl Hie drone of airplane lotors apparently in trouble was 'Pard by residents between .' and 4 '. m. Tuesday. Veteran fliers, arter an all-day earch Tuesday voiced the theory hat Pilot Samson found the "uMtomurv airlane over the ftinham COLUMBIA EVANSVILLE FIRE DESTROYS PLANT social time was enjoyed by all. Birthday Anniversary A surprise birthday dinner wa held for Lawreiice Johnson Sunday December 13. Those present wer Mr. and lira. Mike Putuk hik daughter Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Whltwortli, Mr. and Mrs. .lay Thom 4av : V TONIGHT ms. i. culcrtiiiiiMl with pipe organ musi - before dinner, and the WPA musicians played throughout the ;n al. A brief program was presented in the church auditorium ul about k:S, including a performance by the Smith-Hiliicli dance team piano and violin music by Krma and Kred Mack"l. a tap dance by the Tun lii-Sikola lealll. Louis Mnsatto'; accordion work and reading and ioxt bv William McMillan. Villiam GAHGAfl Claire DODD George IRVING A REPUBLIC PICTBtE . as, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Samlerr and family. Mrs. Ada Neidlinfrer and son Jenneth and Mr. and Mrs. Sam "Early to Bed" with MARY BOLAND . . CHARLIE RUGGLES Cartoon in Color "BIRDS IN LOVE" jL liounlains foe bonmt mid turned I ast to locate the Salt Lake radio eam and ride into Salt I-ake City ( lirough the Jordan Narrows pass. "hey said he probably lost his course u Hie storm and continued too far uto the cavernous canyon ravines hat border the valley. most M Tt EVANSVILLE, Ind., Dec. 16 A spectacular fire of unknown origin destroyed the Goebel furniture Corporation plant last night despite the efftirts of ISO firemen. The loss is exiled to exceed $100,000. Before firemen could muster their full forces after watchmen had die-covered the blaze, several paint drums exploded, sending columns of flame 300 feat into the air. Spread of the fire to buildings nearby was prevented when several men drove a truekload of alcohol out of the Riant through sheets of flame as flrenwn kept water hoses trained on the machine along Its course. Only 10c-25c NANKING DISPATCHES TROOPS TO WAR ON REBEL CHIEF TODAY mm Extra Vitaphone Act Cartoon Our Own United States ClSiCif- JsaWH PALAC -TOKIGHT- r-'r-l (Continued from Page 1) COMMFRrF pact FOR ITALY, U. S ROM K. Dpi'. 1 ft Riipnlantintr oif f dale Hproptmnls hi., nrovidfi." 'or freer commercial dealings be-weon Italy and (lie United Strifes informal trade understand inp sjssw WBKf W i - -,j 10c and 15c WH8 readied tndav. AmbaHcadoi William PliiMipn and tionaliste hope to capture the city within a few days. Marshall Chanir is said to have only 6.000 men. That Chiang is still alive after f.ve days in captivity, was reaffirmed today by Donald as well as the Nanking government, who denied the Japanese romei news agencv report that Chang had broadcast an announcement of his prisoners' "execution." Count Galeazzo Ciano. Italian fov- Johnson and sou John, all of Pair view, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Neiil linger and daughter. Mr. and Mrs George Neidlinger amd daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Xcldlinp-i and son, all of Clinton, and Mi-t Margaret Petak or Terre Haute. A social time was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. George Silver moved from Parke county to Fafi-view on Jackson street. Mr. and Mrs. John Combe am son moved from Clinton lo Washing ton street. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Dudson movei Into property ou Jackson streel. Mrs. Sam Shull is spending a fen weeks with relatives in Terre Haute Mr. and Mrs. Hrydio Payton. oi Danville. III.. Mr. and Mrs. Georgr Merry and Mr. and Mrs. John Youman of Torre Haute were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Payton. John glmpsou spent Sunday at Indianapolis. Mrs. William Hall and Mrs. Alej Reynolds and family spent Sunds) with Mr. and Mrs. (,'ul Graham oi Universal. Mrs. Chaunccy Abernatliy spent Monday in Indianapolis. Mrs. Harry Smith Sr. spent the week end lu Danville, III., with rel ativaa. NEW CHEVROLET .19 'ten minister, met Hi (h -Chici pnl-ife and put their names to a papc' 1 bat will serve an an Halo-American !nimercial agreement until a more formal pact is signed a year hence. Plie QrmfleU Cwi - Grnxpfetclij T(eur VIRTUAL PEACF. PAPAL REPORT IS FAVORABLE -A IN COAST STRIKF SAN FRANfl WO, IW. !. Vir ... . tual peace between offniiore sliip-TiiiK operators and three of fh xeven BtrikiiiK maritime unions on VATICAN CITY, Dec. 16. Official announcements at the Vatican today said Pope Pius is "improved.' Although it was learned that he has not suffered B relapse, as reported abroad, private Information is that the pontiff, weakened by ae. is making little or no progress u pre sent in hfa fight against u re-mi;! and paralysis. he Pacific coast was reached early today. I In lews gftiiie unforeseen obstacle 1-ises between now and Christmas he locked Pacific ports will be Pmd during the holidays, close bservHis of the strike since iu iu-eplioti Oct. 29 predicted following f Java Densnir Papuiatcd ' Tha island of Java is ona ei th moat densely populated lands in the world. Forty million persons livr on its less than SO noo sonar n-iite- READ THE ADS rrilieal meettim. II f j LW nJt J . . j,' -jtMr WJWMW fr" V s rL 1 f .1- J ' . . . v... - ' 300 MODERN mm m 10c WED. & THURS 25c GOOD FOOD Famous Stctmboat Catxn Coffee SKop ' Popular 1 " look whot'i goin' on herd" Mr- TCTIIE-FINEST FAMILY IN THE WOULD Vraille Dining Room- OU English Tap Room If. .j cu? IMMOVW OtlONM KMM-ACDOM HOT" tot aa auis taal) bv more, tbaa two wiUhmi Km. i MW HMN-COaVttSUOM Murb mar pownful, audi aiorf IMnted. tad tae tfatif t aiag of iit pnre class. k ST. LOUIS -4j 'I lH' I1 Actios wars in be. tb world s snlsM, srnootbeat ride. tAHTT ft ATI SHAM AU AIOUNO usMaantMO The 6aeat ooalitr. cle.rnst -vision safety piste gum, isruded m standard NtW AtiW4Mt, AU4TMt tOMf S wu I mm td 1mm rm u.i. c Mism iUr. aooauar. ssoic Uuarious. aad the firwt all-i0rl bodie. comiiuuflg aikac with safety. H. A. TARPY, Min,a,f 1 ZH One Of The For fomplHr hpincM this CbrUlniss. UM" the emample nt hit trtHlnDan. swd gt. your family a new 193" ibcvrolrl. tlu- amnplrU it tumpiMriir sm'.' Thw new Cbevrolcl is the mhI plctuf car yim r.a MjMibiy buy at CbcvrolH's price It's the only low -priced car that wiU pv you aad yw f.aiily the hoc balance of perfurmaoce and ewoootny moiling ffMB a N' Hipli-totnprcwiiHi e-in-Jie.d Knffine. Jt' ibt only km -fmccd car that lll give too the combined cuea-Irt and safety advanugns at a New All-Sihjnl. AllSirel Rdy, Hcrirrted H ydr.iuV Hrir. nijriverChdinf Kore-Arliiw Bide. and Safely Plate GUas All Around at us eua out And it's also the only luw-prired car with Genuine Fiaber Nc T)rafl VentiUtHto and Soier.Safe bbockpeoof Sleering. Give your family mmptnr bppweMtbia i.'brialmaa. . . . Give them ike eumptrtr car eumfjieietr new! CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION Cemermt Sfarara Smlmi f7aryer.fi. DETROIT, MICHIGAN THE ONLY COMPtETE CAK PRICED SO LOW Tha twin Stan of "The Big ifodcolt"or hr againl ALBERT BO MW IXAMOMO CtOWX (THOUM STYUMO Making thu mm 1937 Chevrolet the aunst aad mom distinctive of ail lew-priced cars. WaHCTIB HYMAUUC MAgIS I WwTSaTrTliiinU twM tbm tnl Rerorniied everywWe as the mmiett, iwnhiMI. moM 4eadable brakes ever buAt. 8IMWH1 nSMU NO MAST VfNTIlATIOM F.lumnslinc drafts, anoke. windshield cioudiJigproBKting beaitb. coaniort, safety. SUTft-fAff isoatnoof truowa' (atasnmsaal Steennf so true and vibration Irea that dnviof as aianost effortiena. HOTELS 4500 ROOMS IN 8 STATES IHDEAVAY GIRL" Martks lavs Jkirlty lafcvrt Cwiws.ii tasfa "h Ihm OnrWr ' ma-i -li.' ... ew y ili. ottLAT nom:iw ttorcL OCT-: - M'CKIGAH TU'-LEF tKTt. PUTT OKK NI4M: motu. coUA!. oh'o crrrr.v2i-j worri, OMlC roT HJIYU WJTO. TOiXDO cp: : .... -rry- rr-s m-t-cwKrVmirn etiio. . to-jhthm c uortx vrocnao D: Aii a andcksom TLKSL tUMTt MtDJUA. TEWt ttA-JTt sm,r kewtjckt vrnruai o jaseotsc IIMTVCIY . OWOtSAOlrO 7 LOJIM MO MAM TWAtM WERT G. tULsaVKM MOTH. WACQ TtiA NEWS SPORTLIGHT COMEDY NOVELTY Phone 397 115 niackman Street

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page