The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 17, 1936 · Page 8
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 8

Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, December 17, 1936
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1 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Th'irsJay, December 17, 1936 Page 8 The Terrific Tinsley CLASSIFIED APS MACHINELESS ahioicah 51 CENTER CLUB HAS ALL-DAY MEETING with her sister, Mrs. Irvin Helt. Mr. and Mrs. James Murray and son spent Sunday with 14s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Murray. Mr. and Mrs. Harlo Little and children and Horace Little spent Saturday with Mrs. Josie Little and iielped to butcher. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis of Falrview spent Sunday with Mr. ind Mrs. Harlo Little . Mr. and Mrs. Horace Little spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heber. mmr Guaranteed Other Permanent $1.95 an UP CO-ED BEAUTY SHOP (Over White's Pharmacy) Licensed Operator Minnie Williamson Clinton Social Notes f - sr. i Step Into A Pair Of SHOES LOUISIANA gr- ihiSI'l STrreis WVM Au-AMO&CAAJ vfLiit-if.'' WMOMAM-- ,i -it a 1 m y 1 AS5 JUST GIFT WE From Wasserman's! A FEW TIPS Slippers Hosiery Shirts and Ties Trouser HAVE THEM i s '0. WASSERMAN'S Mrs. C. C. Botner Is Hostess to 'Soc'al Sisters on December IS CENTER. Dec. 17 Sixteen members of the Social Sisters club met with Mis. 0. C. Botner for an all-day meeting on TueBday. Dec. 15. Guests were Mrs. Ward Porter or Bono and Mrs. riaude Campbell of southeast of Dana, former members. A delicious covered dish dinner was served at the noon hour. At the business meeting officers were elected for the next year as 'ollows: president. Mrs. Omer Myers; vxepresident, Mrs. Adams Osmon; secretary-treasurer, ,Mts. Irorge Miller, and assistant secretary-treasurer, Mrs. George Beard. Bunco was played at four tables with prizes awarded to Mrs. Lawrence Heber, high; Mrs. George Miller, bunco, and Mrs. Ward Porter, low. The next all-day meeting will he with Mrs. Sam Roberts on Jan. 13. Vernqji Botner has returned home from the Union hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Woodard and children spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones ind daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heber and children wre in Terre Haute Saturday. Carl VanDuyn and Nell Harrison and son. Ceorge. spent Sunday at Kingman with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Samuels and family of Silverwood spent Sunday with Mr. and Mis. McKinley Jones and family. Ernestine Crane spent the weekend with Mary Frist. Mr. and Mrs. Miltcn Crane and children spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Omer Myers. Charles Milligan has secured employment in East Chicago. " Mr. and Mrs. Milton Craft visited a few days with their daughter, Mrs. Frank Parker of Camargo. 111. They were supper guests Friday evening of their other daughter, Mrs. Adams Osmon. The Crafts moved to Hammond Monday to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Bonebrake and children spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heber. Mrs. Vara Osmon and son, Paul, of Clinton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Heber and family. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Helt and children spent the weekend with relatives in Indianapolis. Mary Heber spent Monday with her sister. Mrs. Parrett Haun of Parke county. Mrs. Claude Campbell of southeast of Daua spent Friday night Another Case of 1.1. ..- ..... J y, J.... I, Unlol llflulll ' . :v?v Sl, Bridge Club Holds Christmas Party Mrs. Tony Ave of South Fourth street was hostess for the meeting of the Wednesday Bridge cvib at her home yesterday, which was in the form of a Christmas party. Gifts were exchanged during the meeting. Bridge was played at two tables with the recipients of the prizes being Mrs. Marvin Houston, high; Mrs. Raymond Foltz, travel, and Martin Lanione, low. The next meeting will be January 29 at the home of Mrs Doughty on Blackman street. Mrs. held . Don Mrs. George Jones of Universal Injured her knee yesterday when she fell at her home. She is getting along satisfactorily. HOSPITAL NEWS Blanche Berry, who , underwent an appendectomy at the Vermillion county hospital several days ago, is getting along satisfactorily. Mrs. John Snowberry. who sustained a broken pelvis in an auto accident about a month ago. is getting along as well as can be expected, awording to reports from the hospital. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rosenberg of North Seventh street are the parents of a baby boy born this morning. This is the third child and has not yet been named. Men Used to Hear It While lace is considered the most feminine of fabrics. Where Dust Comes From Dust gets into the air from several sources. The largest part of that found in the lower atmosphere is blown up from the soil. Another quota consists of salt, resulting" from the evaporation of ocean spray and often carried far inland. Plant and animal life contribute a great variety of solid material to the atmosphere, and this is carried far by the winds. Three' a Crowd "MiUr Cinderella.' a Aivrt-nc' - u , cnim. .-nr. ...'....-. Jack limey tuiu nil the luu. Rates (or Classified Ads and Paid Notices First day of insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days Insertion: the same Ic charge (you get three days at double the cost of the first day). Next three days insertion: the same 8c charge (you get a whole week, six days, at three times the cost of one insertion). Each group of three dayi thereafter, 8c a line. Black Face (Ilk this), 10c per line. . All clarified ads Including memo-rlams and notice of all kinds niiixl be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts are paid monthly or those from organizations whoae bills must be allowed before being paid. In the latter aaae the person aoklng the publication of the notloe wUl be held responsible for its payment- FOR SALE Hens, dressed and delivered. Mrs. J. F. Carlin. Call t41 Three-plate electric stove with oven First class condition. Ileal bargain. 720 Mulberry etreet. t36 Electric washer, $15. Oil stove, wringer, coats. 431 Elm St. t36 Heatrola range, used drily 8 months. 1066 Anderson street. t3C Four-room block house with basement, located at Newport between C. & E. I. depot and courthouse. Very reasonable. Inquire at 225 North Tenth street. t38j For Sale Coal FOURTH VEIN COAL, UNIVERSAL, MIAMI NO. 4, AND BLACK BETTV NO. 8. HAKLEV HUFFMAN, PHONE 10. Mtf PAID NOTICES The Gift to personal It lends should suwscst you. There is no gift so personal as your photograph. Arrange for a sitting now. Caslmer Ktudio. 141 " NOTICE, MOOSE! Big special meeting Friday, 8 p. m. Big initiation and social meeting. All members urged to attend. J. C. Hayslett, sec'y. t36 Beautiful cedar chest now on display at Doughty's to be given away Friday evening, Dec. 18, at entertainment at Sacred Heart school at 8 p. m. This will be sponsored by Group A Sodality for the benefit of the school. t35 For Sale or Trade Combination roadster truck for farm equipment. 1027 N. 7th St. t35 FOR RENT Hooms. 415 South tb St. t37 345 t35 Two modern rooms; Mulberry street. garage. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO B111EHS Electric Light Wiring Notice is hereby given that the Rnard of Commissioners of Vermil lion County, State of Indiana, will receive sealed bids up to the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon on the 21st day of December. 1938. at the County Auditor's office, Newport, Indiana, for the following: Rewiring the old part of the County Infirmary and rewiring or repairing the residence portion of the County Jail. Each bidder must bid on material, labor, etc., as of specifications now on file in County Auditor's office. Newport, Indiana. Each bid must be accompanied by a bond or bid bond in the amount of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00), to the approval of the Board of Commissioners. The boaid reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Given this 7th day of December. 1936, by the Board of Commissioners, Vermillion County. Indiana. C. B. COOKER. Auditor Vermillion County, Indiana. 1210-1730 ST. BjRNIcf BT. BEUNICE. Dec. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil tiewell of Terre Haute spent the weekend with Mr. anil Mis. Charles Colwnll. Perry Acton Is the guest of his father. Edward Acton. Mr. and Mrs. Karl WooUo were In Terre Haute Saturday. Mrs. Mary Acton will entertain the Royal Neighbors with a Christmas party Wednesday. Carl O'Briant of Olivet called on friends and relatives here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Hopewell and daughter and Miss Pauline Inmati of Terre Haute were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. lnman Tuesday evening. DR. B. H, SELLERS DENTIST 249 South Main S tract Clinton, Indiana ' Friday night. Clinton reserves were butchered. 27 to 7, in the curtain raiser. Summary: , Crawfordsville (31) FG FT PF Thompson, f 0 0 I Hahn. f 5 8 0 Hedges, f 0 n Morris, c 1 ' 1 Campbell, g 1 0 2 McCaughey, g .. 7 1 1 Totals 14 ( liiilon !!) FG Berrisfoid. f 2 Bennett, f 1 Dunn, f 0 Bonacorsi, f h Phillips, c S Schuman. c 0 Bosstick, g 0 Berto, g 1 Guglielmetti, g 1 3 6 FT PF 1 2 Totals Referee, Jarreil; umpire. If. Give them a thrill this v3. Give them a I Christmas. Gifts like these make the thrill of Christmas last all the year round. Smart modern gifts - time savers - money savers - gifts found at the Raynes-Frazier Co. are welcomed. , Si Majestic Ranges Aladdin Lamps Aluminum Ware Tools for Dad Percolator Glassware Sporting Goods Wheel Toys 0. m 0. 0. 0. 0. m '0 0. 0. 0. 0. For our has been headquarters for goods of kinds. We proud of stock. h In g want, (he way Gifts Panthers of Pitt Leave Today for Coast Grid Game PITTSBURGH. Dec. 17 The Panthers are Rose Bowl bound today. Thirty-four players and coaches left here last night for Paadena. where on New Year's day, Pittsburgh's busky football team will clash in Its fourth bowl classic, this time against the huskies of Washington. Bobby Larue, senior halfback, was the only injured member of the team, Bobby having pulled a leg muscle during yesterday's practice. The injury, however, will not keep him out of the game, his last for dear old Pitt. After today's stop-over at Chicago the team will also get in light workouts at Dodge City and Hutchinson, Kans. The first real limbering up will take place at Albuquer- vr K ColH,g .riitfnnnn lUe, J. m.. vu -vuiuj Final nrens will be held at Arrow- head Springs, Cal., and at Pasadena LEAGUE BOWLING (Continued from Page 7) Gulnn. 150: Fenoglio. 145: Boudi. 134; F. Schelsky. 131. Murphy C. Schelsky. 164: B White, 155: Moore, 153; Tasso. 151; Roll. 143. Texaco Mills. 148; Frazier. 13C; Stone, 129; Kamm, 128; Gilfoy. 117. Tribune-Star James. 166; Guer-rl. 140; Asbury, 135; McClung. 135; Leeds, 122. Exchange Club Cheek. 142; Hegarty. 140; Lemstra, 132: Stitt. 130; Fletcher. 118. News Combs, 155: Ricauda. 148: Timmerman, 148; Horney. 138; Norton. 134. Clinton Ice Beatty, 125; W. Beveridge, 124: Shannon. 18; C. Beveridge, 118; Mackie. 107. High Team Dec. 10, 1836 Score Thursday. Cooperative, 862. High Ten Benetti. 184: Ave. 173; Colombo, 168; Murdock. 168: lames. 16; Biaznkas. 164; C Schelsky. J64; Combs, 156; Lau-sone, 155; B. While. 155. Tonight's Kclicdulc 7:00 P. M. Murphy vs. Dianas. Tribune-Star vs. Cooperative. 9:00 P. M. News vs. Clinton Ice. Texaco vs. Exchange. CRAWFORDSVILLE SKINS WILDCAT FIVE, 31 TO 19 (Continued from Puge 7 increasing smoothness of the local hardwood combination. The Wildcats play their next fame against (he Tigers at Pails Many years of fitting Clinton feet successfully have given us the enviable reputation we bear among folks .who insist on foot comfort, quality shoes and fair prices. Give your feet a present of a pair of our shoes. They'll make you a present of a Merrier Christmas. Give-able Mother. Dad. Brother. Sister. Aunt. Uncle. We have thought of them all! There's something here for them. HARDWARE 323 South Main Street CUNTON, INDIANA Brandon Walsh mimmmvM'mwMim ES a I I 1 1 a 3! i. 4 "4 4 That You'd Like to Keep Yourself -. . . Gifts you will select from our stock are the ones you I ke to receive really useful, really worthwhile things that will make the receiver think of you gratefully for months and years to come. Its surprising what a wealth of gift suggestions a visit to Raynes- Frazier s will bring. Come in and look. We won't need to urge you to buy. . IbIi '. , ., - ... - if1,- m J years store the sporting all are our Every- you priced you want it. WHERE XMAS REIGNS By Monroe Ownl.y lb placed In the iwsitK.n w a kuwwt .... -" p.: iw from the hilarious fi-aturr-l-liRtli NCCI ing tonight tin Palace screen. nrc having A VISIT TO SANTA CLAUS LAND I ill u III IJI lllllll l i h,, jm n r, c-rtU quiet- it 1 r " 1 S 1 IT CIMS A PCTU2 f e L"lu TT pfk0&2$& ft6AiST ; t n tAuaewLS U &olmks-&w& soaa . r- 1 T xOA.rvr I TBUi.e? .. . . , ) iiiv CWSE f goto L- W A trrrf sL. SHE s VZ c 5pS --r TO MATTES nFH W 9QtLS ( fj' US MUSE - UW1.ESS TE A ira LwePOt-- II ' 'Jg tooK-iMS So V ,lXTiE girl looks jeat, kiajo amp J x SO'W'0?, L SD Lri- f THE PHOTOSHS ? ) fw 7T7 PAUSES to wave HE v- Ijglp' b i&W rFTvltfri 11 1 luOlSTiWAS MHO. SOOH BE pOM'T FORGET TO VKITE , SANTA OAUS JUST wat jou wnt for christmas. 1

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