The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 18, 1936 · Page 2
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December 18, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Friday, December 18, 1936 Page 2 The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana LYFORD Ford Tests Skill at Ironing Yousr Local Grocer Offers This Week-End lr? ire RECEIVED TODAY Oather Haltom Enter Hospital for Examination j Vuiton at Goddard -Home DM . i.f .i r "2 fTir-Tv i VICTOR PALONCY IVAN SVETKOFF 1201 North Seventh Street Clinton Fairview Park f m ' 1 - t 1 t',e ' lhe 'ew p,otos ever lttlen f f of Aulo Magnate Henry Ford in f : p.JF i.J "domestic pose" shows him as hp , " T tested his skill with a new Ironer Vjt during inspection of one of De- j ' troit s new electrical homes. Henrylordj J PERONA'S STORE Blanford, Indiana W. B. SHARP Fairview Park FINE GRANULATED a JOHN VALENTE 1301 North Ninth Street Clinton lbs. & BEAL'S MARKET 328 North Ninth Street Clinton MINNIE GIOVANINI 558 North Eighth Street Clinton SECONDINO BROS. Universal, Indiana I.VFOHD, D it Oather Haltom lias rtuniHl tu the Kvimavllli' hospital for an examination. Mr. and Mrs. Hlmer (loddard ( Farmersbtirg visli Mr. and Mrs Tharkpii Ooddard and children, William, Mkhail. Jufoli, KxtfUa and 'Anaabelle. Mr. and MrH. William Bollooa and duUKlUi'r Mary Anno aim) visited til (loddard. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lolme and hil-"dren visited Mr. and Mrs. John Holiday and children of Clinton Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Frank Stutler and children visited Mr. and Mm. William Stutter and children of Hose-rinhi Saturday. Mr. and, Mr. Bert .Short ixlled Mrs. Clara MrCalmet Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Hlarkeler visited: Mrs. Clara MrCalmet Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Randall viitd Mrs. .Carl Williams of Sunnyside Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Haley Minikins and children, Jsse. Lois, Mickey and Fatsy, visited Mr. and Mrs. Peurl Kirkman Sunday. Mrs, John Haltom and children. CeraJdtue, Rosella and Hilly Joe. visited Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Biighei Wednesday. Ueratdiue Haltom is In the care at a doctor. Mr. Mid 'Mrs. Everett Johnson visited Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Buglier Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coleman ot Mecca visited Mr. and Mrs. Oather Haltora .Sunday. ,Mr. and Mrs. Riley Adams and Boas, Chester, Morris and David, visited Mr: and Mrs. John Shawl of Terre Haute Sunday, A Sunday dinner was given at Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Faulds. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulds, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Faulds and family, Mrs. Agnes Bokannon aud children, Harmon Wilding juid Everett Myers. Mrs. Sandy Faulds and Mra. Apnea. Bohannon visited at Newport and Hillsdale Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Cottom of Terre Haute visited Mr. and Mrs. SUPERIOR BRAND Katon, Mrs. Frank Lewis. Mra. Alex Lunger. Mrs. Hryon Hunfr. Mrs. Thomas McCrea. Mrs- Mary Potter. FAIRVIEW LADIES JOHN GAHBAIANI Centenary, Indiana Magnabosco & Berto 409 North EiRhth Street Clinton Lb. Sack l& AID XMAS PARTY I ? is Ballon Pavey. Mrs. fcmiw Ulhlele, Mrs. Clyde Shew. Mis. se Sluilll and ilaue.hters. Mrs. OS FARMERS PRIDE pisfS I Pot Luck Dinner Is Enjoyed by Methodist Church Women; . ,., Gnab Bag Exchange FAIRVIEW. Dee. JS The Ladies Aid of the Fairview Methodist church hod a pot luck dinner and a Krati hag. Tl"'' i'leseut were Itev. and Mrs. Harold K. Hotclikhw. Mrs. Otis, Church, Mrs. Flora Andrew. Mis. Noah Adams. Mrs. Walter Kellogg's CORN IP to COPM FLAKES Soaks Clothes Whiter Buy Two Large Phgs. Anna Shepherd and daughter, Mrs. William held. Mrs. Charles Runyan and Miss Grace Johnson of New Albany. Peiin. Games and contests were plaed and a social time was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Lotta Slater spent the week at Indianapolis. Mrs. Kd ottrell spent Thursday in Indianapolis. Mrs. Charles Gable spent Thursday in Ind.auapolis and Saturday In Telle Haute, Mrs. Lucinda Hipkiss spent Tuesday in Terre Haute with her mother, Mrs. David Hickman. Mr. and Mis. Ji sse Smith and family spent .Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence FlaKg of Terre Haute. Mrs. William Filer spent Wednesday with Mrs. Ida Filer. Those from out of town who attended the funeral of Perry Reiil were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fullell-wider and family of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin Coforth of Gary and Miss Katherine Coforth of Kentland. 'In Heuvv Kyruii, ran. 25c and reeeive Cereal Bowl Free' were turned on December 1 in sik homes. Thoae present were Mr. and -Mrs John Tuherosa and son, Mis. Mud-deline Nora and family Mr. and Mrs. Baptista Kuffuttola and family, Mr. and Mrs Frank Osella, Mr, and Mrs. John Mattioda uud family and Mr. and Mrs. Rock tiiacoletli. Refresh- Rolled Oafs i.9c P5I LUX i mpnts were served and music and LIC 2 Cans 15c .Henry Cuaunings Sunday. Mr. nd Mrs, Chris .Wright and sougs were given hy Dontiniik Savin and Louis Perino. LIFEBUOY BEX COFFEE FLOOR VAX 29c LYE Watch Dog 3 Cans 25c Earslfe son Buddy visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilding and daughter Mer-rll June Sunday. : Mrs. Fern Hambliu visitfd Mr. nd Mrs. Charles Wilding Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wright and BOB) -Mr. and Mrs Charles Wilding mid daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Patterson Sunday at Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Shoemaker of Pendleton visited Mr. and Mrs, William Shoemaker through the week i Mr and Mrs Bert Short visited Mrs. Ethel Wilding Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulds of Gary vis AT DOUGHTY'S Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cianotto of Clinton spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rock cincoletli. The Misses Jennie Row and Angelina lledino front Terre Haute spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Mattioda and family. Mr. and .Mrs. John Tuherosa Jr. and daughter Calherina Ann or Paris, 111., spent Sunday with fiiends in Klondyke. Mr. uud Mrs. Joe pessittl of Clinton spent Sunday with Mrs, Pessitti's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Versro of Klnudyke. Mr. and Mrs. John Maltioda and daughters Rose Mary and Alice SAKI-FLUSH i u 6 0z ca 25c n - rr,"1 4Q 12 Oz. Can 25C COOKIES 1 Delicious Sips COFFEE ited Mrs. Ethel Wilding Saturday. '. Robert Laney of Waveland apent j Bars 4he weekend at home. rn ('litx'olHit tr Miwl. . mrl SOAP-K-3 8maU bariOc Sno-Sheen 25c PR ; spent Wednesday evening at the h.uroe 4f Mrs. Minfiie Cievauitii and .daughters of Clinton. Fred Nora spent .Miniiliiy in Terre Haute. Frank Osella uud Ki Mattioda spent Tuesday evening in Terre Haute. CELEBRATION AT KLONDYKE HOME c am: i mii h, i.. CRACKERS tl Fe-Haule Varda Mrs. John Tuberusa and lice spent Monday in li-rr visiting Mr. and Mrs. pit CERTIFIED FtMivitie -Held Tuesday' Night to Observe Advent of OLEOMARGARINE: I Electric Lights ROYAL (Pl(yic Delmar Pound 15c uud son. Mrs. Minnie Cantore and son Johnny and Jim Perm of Centeii3iy spent Sunday with Madlleiiuu N'olfl. Mollie Kiiliii and Jimmy R-'in of (Cayuga. Ind.. spent Tuesday with -Maddelina Nora and family. 15c 2-LB. BOX KU)WKE., Dec. 18 A get-together parly was held Tuesday eve-JcMig at, -the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jaihn .Mattioda . and usuily to celebrate the new electric, lights that Ui v. , . sr-?J III Fresh as if Just as at MWOf. - f jm They'd CorWe off 7 0$ rheCh at -3 Veal Stew Lb. 15c Veal Steak or Roast Lb.19c Ground Beef 2, Lbs. 25c Boiling Beef Lb. 10c-12y2c XMAS SUGGESTIONS THAT PROVIDE YEARS OFHOLIDAY PLEASURE! !f Mcihcr doe's not have either a washer or ironer you can easily provide her this Christmas w:th a complete modern Home Laundry at a minimum cf expense. Buy now pay a sma'l down payment and the balance in easy installments next year! Th-; famous Speed Queen wather will launder Mother s wash snow white clean in a fjirptisinply short time. Then when Mother's ironing U tedy the task is lessened as she sits down to iron on the Norge Automatic Ironer. Less than half the time is needed with this labor-saving method of doing the family ironing. Speed Queen Washer and Norge Ironer $89.00 Complete LONG EASY TERMS A. J. Doughty ! ninltitri' - Ituf - Hioves ytutlit MrwC, Friers AlHitn Jiv!!.t iristmas f " ! ' Potatoes U. S. No. 1 Peck 35c Leaf Lettuce . Nice and Lb. tOc Lemons Doz. 25c Bananas 4 Lbs. 25c Sweet Potatoes 6 Lbs. 25c Tree! HI That's the way your garments come back from stead's. Our cleaning methods are thorough but harmless to the fabrics and our pressing is perfect. Ask any one of our hundreds of satisfied customers. PHONE 129 Beef Roast Lb. 15c Beef Loin Steak Lb. 19c Round Steak Lb. 23c Pork Steak Lb. 19c Pork Chops Lb. 22c Country Roll Butter Lb. 35c Lb. 3c Bunch 5c Bunch 5c 5c and 10c Cabbage Carrots Radishes Celery CLINTON'S LICENSED CLEANERS Cdtlo lndian' Oranges DoZ. 20c25c30c3 5c

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