The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 17, 1936 · Page 2
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December 17, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Page 2 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Thursday, December 17, 1936 Hillsdale High School v Items WHEELER BURIAL AT MONTEZUMA Unusual Hay, Pasture Needs for 1937 To Be Discussed at Purdue Conference by Experienced Men at Cayuga Thurtdffy-TilEhtr " Seniors have been reading some of the Pulltizor prize novels by great American authors, and giving reports on them, the last two weeks. Some modern English authors are also being read and reported on in class. South Side Mission Church Has December 23 at 1:30 p. m. ' The stage is being reflnished for the junior class play. At play practice Wednesday night the juniors prepared their supper and thus had some enjoyment with their work. Tile comedy "Honeymoon Inn" will furnish you an evenings' entertainment consisting of junior talent. Como to see their play Wednesday night, December 16. Bask-OLHe, thn newest thing In Services Conducted by Miensive damage to Indiana pas gram on rcplauuing central Indiana Rev. Manage benefit of the students. . P.-T. A. was a great success Tuesday night with a large crowd attending, Seven little girls sang a Santa Claus song, the junior boys and Mr. Kiger gave a radio play, "The P.ul-ing Pussinn" by Charlton Andrews. Mrs. Fred Jofferles of Terre Haute made a very interesting talk on the subject, "The World and You," Christmas carols wero sung by the association. Tho next meeting will be January 12. The students In art class have been making Christmas cards. The operetta, "Susanna's Christmas" will be presented by the grades luros during; tho severe drouth of farms to control erosion and con serve soil. lit.Iu, and wide-spread 1ohps ol The Junior class, accompanied by Mr Kiger, Miss Puckett, Mr Todd, and -Mr. Bonebruke, went to Terre Haute to give the annual broadcast over WBOW Monday. The broadcast consisted of Indiana Slate's song sung by six members of (he Junior clasB. a playlet entitled "The Petticoat Brigade" by the class, and Mr. Klger played a group of popular, selections on the piano. Radios were placed In the building for (he spring seedlngs of clover and grass, The rapid expansion In the hybrid present a serious problem to farm corn acreage and t lie Interest In Im DAN PESAVENTO EXPERT. . Watch Repairing 457 North Eighth Street MONTEZUMA, Dee. 10 The body of Lawrence Wheeler, who died at his home in Fowler Thursday;-was brought to the Oakland cemetery here for burial Saturday afternoon. Revival nervlees In rhnrgn of Kev. Phillip Marriano of Georgetown 111,, ers of the slate, according to K. K. Ileeson of the agronomy extension Blaff of I'urdue University. How to proving storing and drying facilities have prompted a program on the aft basketball, Is just an Invention In which a light In the basket goes on when hit by the bull. It will be presented at the Cayuga-Hillsdale game ernoon of January 14 dealing with meet these unusual liny and pasture drying problems and experiences needs for 1 9 It 7 wil' be discussed by n number of expoi loured farmers at with new bin driers of the Wlscon sin typo. A number of Indiana farm the agricultural (Conference to li held at Purdue university, January el's will nppcur on this program, and also on corn growers day, January 1.1. to discuss experiences with the 11 to 15. Palmer Kdgeilon of Uifnyctte who supervises the operation of are being held at I he Sim 111 Side MUslon church, Mrs. Sarah Waggoner Kpeul from Wednesday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Morris .Tarvis. Friends here received word Sun day of the serious Injury of Clnyd Greene, sal ex man for (he Sell null Grocery Company of Indianapolis. Mr. Greene was returning to his newer varieties of corn, oats, soybeans, wheal, and alfalfa. number of Central Indiana farms, has given special attention to le gume and grass mixtures used in rotation pastures, and drover Arlio-gast of Muncie will discuss his ex Manhunt Launched home at Indianapolis Saturday evening from a hunting trip near Franklin, Ind., when his enr collided with a truck. No details of t lie accident were learned as both drivers were Injured. Mr. Greene, who comes to Montezuma each week, sustained cuts on his head, a broken perience miring the Inst five years in pasturing alfalfa. William Ny-meyer of Ooshen will review the factors In Elkhart county that have led to the largest airalfa acreage for any one county in the state. The two growers from this county. W. E. Dempsey and Charles Wavbright, A Treasure-House of Christmas Suggestions m A tour of inspection through our beautiful Furniture displays will help you solve 3& S VDlir narfirillar Christrnaa EVinrrinrr nrnKlomc Kaiia fliovo Jo rr Tfn- mft fn-- ilf yur particular Christmas shopping problems v,.cuo. liitll. .o 1VJ gill -- ijj niture endures for years of jolly Holidaysf who have produced the best fields of alfalfa in the county contest In 1!I35 nnd 1 9311. also will explain methods contributing to their outstanding success with this valuable crop. Nmntley to Speak pelvis and 11 Is thought a broken hip bone. He was taken to the St. Vincent hospital at Indianapolis where doctors say he will be confined for three months. Mrs. H. D. Phillips Is visiting her father, John Deere, at the Masonic home at Franklin. "Mr.- and Mrs, Ernest Cook and ere s A Nice M Modern - . fl ll.i, 1 1 1 1 1 1 H. R. Smalley. chief agronomist Suite 3 of the National Fertilizer Associa tion at Washington, I). C, will riis children of Kldley, 111., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas cuss the "Improvement of Pasture Cook. and Hay Lands." The loss of clover sown in 1 Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ilulgar and sun will seriously reduce both bay and SWA-" V r 11 ! ' :-.... . , ii .. i were Sunday evening guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Clair Waggoner. Mrs. H. C. Montgomery and daugh pasture production unless em-ergen cy crops are used to meet the defi ter, Doris Jean, spent the weekend ciency.- For hay purposes, soybeans probably meet the requirement bet ter than any other crop commonly Two Superb Piece ffl. ... yjHi Graceful! Livelyl Digni- Mr fied! Yes, this suite has' all these "points"! And more, too! Full spring ff. construction to insure! iA comfort! Lovely cover- $f ing to produce beauty Jj plus durability and long ?yr wear! ' ' S Buy On Terms! J $k grown, and Ben Edmondson of Clay ton. one of the most experienced soy with Mr. Montgomery at Milfoid. III. Mrs. Joseph Mankln Is visiting relatives at Terre Haute. Mrs. Eliza Leet, who has been 111 for some time, is slightly improved. Miss Mary Hill will entertain the members of the Industrial Aid Society of the Presbyterian church at her home Tuesday evening. bean growers in the slate will discuss the problems of a soybean grower. The discussion as well as that on pastures will be a part of fef xswtiimtk&xr'hi """ ' ' ii mi " the program of January 12. The program for the forenoon of Thursday, January 14. will be de Mrs. Inda Ruth ITtteroack An intensive search was launched throughout the midwest for a fugitive transient following discovery of the body of Mrs. Inda Ruth Utterback, 33, wife of a U S. treasury employe, in a shallow grave near her home in Mulvane. Kas. Garroted with a cord and beaten to death, she was believed to have been the victim of a transient hired man who fled in Um Utterback car 0. A Gift for t LANE voted to new developments in fertilizers, and for the afternoon a pro Mrs. Thomas Barlow and children of Springfield. III., are visiting Mrs. Barlow's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson. -ft 'His Majesty" "His Majesty'9 m FRESH STOCK wj ' . Wide Assortment CEDAR CHESTS The Gift That g w. O. Cot and son. Eugene, have on South Jefferson street to the moved from the Skeeters property . Spencer property on Sylvester street. Starts a Home Select her m now from our wonderful el assortment of latest Lane Hope Chests. Buyat rock bottom prices. Pay only Gift Smokers is SB small deposit down and we $4.50 Up will deliver at your wish. An abasing opportunity to save - and solve the gift Mi A chest wuh tfce modern lioea RfJl " . relmH train. Front jk jrT U " V"n,tlc'1,i walnut. Hu 7jS pffl A rrtceful model of onusuil S'jp f jm M0if mm beaucy with superbly nuiched AA mW r 1 m W UO Srti panels of wilnut tad orienul TC V fEL wood. &elf.nsias top. . 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M. on December 22-23-24 If Visor Vanity Mirror, $.60 Hub and Spoke Covers, $1S Spot Light, $15.75 B 'ft 1 ft These and many other useful gifts at attractive prices. See any Ford dealer. "Quality First, Prices Always Lowest" FURNITURE FLOOR COVERINGS STOVES 2 Phone 361 0 ft igSM ts 11 B 0 0 0 : a Q n ; & 0 , n I 234-38 Elm Street

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