The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 18, 1936 · Page 8
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December 18, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 8

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Friday, December 18, 1936 ic 8 ' The Da!ly"Clintdniari, Clinton, Indiana ii r j- 1 CLASSIFIED ADS HILLSDALE M. E. AID IN MEETING 10c FRI.-SAT. 25c BUSTER KEATON in "MIXED MAGIC" ACE DRUMMOND No. 3 Death Ends Tragedy pceo' THE PICTURES I w Jan. 23 at the Fane Clark building. Clint Brown went to Newport Thursday. Fred Church returned to his home in Hammond Saturday after visiting relatives here. He was accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Ren Church, who will also visit in Gary. Mrs. Sarah Harper of Summit Grove Is visiting her granddaughter. Mrs. Fred Bonebrake. Mr. and Mrs; Roy Davis of Indianapolis are the part nts of a baby girl. Mrs. Davis was formerly Miss Helen Shew of Hillsdale. Mrs. Holier, who has been in Indianapolis for the past two weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Davis, returned to her home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bradford of Indianapolis visited Mrs. Bedford's mot her. Mrs. Ira Peer, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Peer accompanied them home to spend Christmas. Mrs. Carrie McMurtry and Mrs. Blanch Harvey of Cayuga were the Tuesday dinner guests of Mrs. Esther Wlmmer. Mr. and Mrs. Mort Ruby and Miss Mantel Luce of Terre Haute were the Sunday guests of Mtb. Maud Luce. Mrs. Emma Klen visited her daughter. Mrs. Charley Hendrlx, last week. Reporting of J ea, i lubrculom V 1 J cosaairstr2 " 5. mods compulsory i '- Us.-JSkujd h!!.,.i MLM. J I t X Mrs. Flovd Harrick It Hostess for All-Day Session; Gifts Exchanged HILLSDALE, Dec. 18. An all-dny meeting of the M. K. Aid wos held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Floyd Hun-Irk. Each metiihe.-brought a covered dish and Christmas gifls were exchanged. Members who attended, were- Mesdnmes Km I llelier. OIIIk Ponton, Hlrhnrd Morton, Slrniider Short, Oiner Mu-gers, Esther Wlmmer, William Lohrman, Carl Johnson, Paul Muck. James Giles, Herbert Giles, .luliu Penrmhii. Maud Jockson. Maud Luce, Fred Brown, Fred Hendrlx, Harvey Unison, John Jackson and the Misses Norn Self and E11.1 Underwood nnd Hev. and Mrs. E. T. Miles, Mrs. J. T. York enterlnlned the members of the I. B. Aid at an all-day meeting at her home Wednes day. About 20 members were present. All the members brought covered dishes and gifls were exchanged. "Honeymoon Inn," a three-act play, was presented by the members of the junior class Wednesday evening. A large crowd attended the show. Mrs. Harry Jones and daughter, M!ss Virginia, and Miss Grace Mccarty shopped in Terre Haute Wednesday. Mrs. Robert Collier and Mrs. B. H. MeCarty visited relatives and friends In Terre Haute Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Spurr of Clinton visited relatives and friends here Wednesday and attended the junior class play. An oyster and chill supper will be served by the M. E. Aid members Mem SUN. MON TUE. Checrlul S.mi.n Th modern suniluwei v .i v L.-.n dwarf types that ntluiri u J ie: 1 ,1 ul three or four feet to the gi.-mt that rises eight feet above the kukiihI There are as well both annual a:ni perennial varieties. Growth and Activity All growth depends upon activity. There is no development physically or intellectually without effort, and effort means work. Work is nut a curse; it is the prerogative of intelligence, the only means tr. manhood, and the measure of WARNER BAXTER, JUNE LANG and GAIL PATRICK in "WHITE HUNTER" ZiEAD THE CL1NTONIAN CLASSIFIADS I Saturday Nite, 1 1 P. M. Also Sunday-Monday THIS GUARANTEES THE BEST IN ENTERTAINMENT! Mm A $50,000,000 MANHATTAN HEIRESS a si nil vadv Dl aVDHV IUn A . n ntll I unn riniuvi nnv n g I urniMisjr unuTro nu TuriD TP A II I nthlLinL nUI'ILIt Ull llll-lll rana.. Joan CHAWF0! m 4 Alchemy Stems from China Alchemy got a start in China 1,000 years before Arabs began to practice it farther west. How Drouth Affects Animals United States Biological Survey investigators find that small wild animals in drouth areas of the United States suffer much less from the hot, dry weather than live stock. Such creatures as prairie dogs, rabbits and ground squirrels, and the owls, hawks and snakes that prey upon them, manage to pick up a living when pasture has failed for the bigger beasts. cfn. 39c ExctptChicken 3C,n,23C pck 4 Can. 25C a $i.03 4 Lb.. 19c Carton $1.19 10 49c 2 BL?x 15c 2: 53c 39c Pkgs. Rates for 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 8c charge (you get three days at double the cost of the first day). Next three days Insertion: the u in b 8c charge (you get a whole week, six daya. at three tiinea the cost of one Insertion). Each group of three daya thereafter, 8c a line. Mack tVe (Ilka this), 10c per line. . All classified ads Including memo-rlania and notices of all kind u be paid In advance except those b) regular customers whose accounts are paid monthly or thone from or-gaiilnttlons whoee bills must lie allowed before be'nn lald. In Uie Inner ta the person asking the publication of the notice will l" held responsible for lt payment. FOR SALE I'lRftrlc range, excellent condition. Very reasonable. 1353 South Third street. 13 8 Nu Way" bronze and wool felt weather stripping for windows, also door bottom strip. Meat saw bludes now in stock. Voto Hardware Store, 233 N. Hth St. t3S Hens, dressed and delivered. Call Mrs. J. F. Carlin. t41 Three-plate electric stove with oven. First class condition. Heal bargain. 720 Mulberry street. t3ti Electric washer, 15. Oil stove, wringer, coats. 431 Elm St. t36 ileltrola range, used only 3 months. 101)5 Anderson Blreet. t?.C Four-room block house with basement, located at Newport between C. & E. I. depot and court house. Very reasonable, at 225 North Tenth street Inquire t38 For SaleCoal FOURTH VEI.V COAL, OTflVERBAfc, MIAMI NO. 4, AND BLACK BKTTV NO. 8. HARI,EY HUFF-MAN, PHONE 10. tf PAID NOTICES CARD OF THANKS We wish to take the opportunity ( at InlS lime 10 limuiv uui iiiu.i.- friends and neighbors. Rev. H. C. Chapin, the singers, Frist Funeral Home, hospital staff, those who sent floral offerings and donors of cars for their sympathy extended to us at the time and death of our beloved husband, eon and brother, James B. Russell. Wife, mother and family. l3ti The Gift to personal friends should suggest you. There Ik no gift so lierMiiial as your photograph. Arrange for a sitting now. Cdiner Kludio. t41' NOTICE, MOOSE I Big special meeting Friday, 8 p. m. Big initiation and social meeting. All members urged to attend. J. C. Hayslett, sec'y. t36 FOR RENT Booms. 416 South 6th St. t37 IMP IS FAVORED TO WIN TONIGHT NEW YORK, Dec. 18 Ray Im-pelliterre, biggest boxer extant since the passing of Primo Camera, was a slight favorite over Bob Pastor. New York heavyweight, for their 10-round bout at Madison Square Oar-den tonight. Imnellilerre Btands 6 feet, 7 '4 Inches and weighs 250 pounds, Markets CHICAGO, Dec. 18. Livestock: HOGS, 26.000; 10-16c lower: holdovers. 1.000; top. 810.10; bulk. IS). 70010. 10; heavy, $9.75010.10; medium.- $.66i 10.05; light. $9,506 8. 00: light lights. $8.50 9.65; packing sows, $9.00S65: pigs. $6.00 6 9.00. CATTLE. 2,000; steady. Calves. 600; steady. Beef steers: good and choice. $10.006 12.511: common and medium. $7.00010.00: yearlings. IS Oilft 12 75. Butcher cattle: heifers. $5 00 (t 11.50: cows, $4.25 i7(ltl; bulls, $4.2506.25; calves. 15. out? 11.00; feeder steers. $4.60 '18.26; stocker steers. $4.5o 8.00; ocker cows and heifers, 14.500 .76. SHEEP: 7,000; steady: medium and choice lambs, $8.506 9.00; culls and common, $6.60 08.00: yearlings. $6.0008.00; common and choice ewes. $2.6004.50; feeder lambs, $5.0008.00. And you'll proclaim that Mr befora bara roll aaen ao eompleta a laleetlon of Holiday Goodthluri at aucb mony ains pneea. It will pay yon well to take advantaca of tbia opportunity to avoid the Chriitmaa ruah. You U ba anaaad at what lenrth you can atretch your holiday budsat at AP. Ijo and aaa for youraalf. Del Monte Crushed or Sliced PINEAPPLE . I ..- Hope Morgan Death wrote Ann to the tragic life story of 25-year-old Hope Morgan when she hung herself with her pajamas in Jail at Lansing, Mich. Miss Morgan was awaiting trial for the "Impulse murder" of her friend, Elizabeth Ciltner. whom she shot on the eve of the latter wedding Miss Emma ltuffato, of cnirago. is spending two weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Rufl'alo, of North or Clinton. Mrs. Frank Sweet, of Terre Haute, is visiting at the home of her parents. Mr, and Mrs. George Strain, of South Fifth street. Mrs. Ooldie Jenkins, of West Terre Haute, spent yesterday at the home of Mr.and Mrs. James Justice on South Third street. Ruth Ann Dowdy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dowdy of Walnut street. Is very ill at her home witli bronchial pneumonia. Mrs. Don Mc-Miyan. of Chicago, is spending the weekend with her mother. Mrs. Frank Boling. of Blackmail street. The next meeting of the Wednesday Bridge club will be held December 30 at the home of Mrs. Don Doughty on Blackman street, instead of January 29 as was previously announced, HOSPITAL NEWS Joe Berlottl of North Eighth street, who has been seriously ill with sugar "diabeteB at the Auburn Park hospital at Chicago, is much improved. Billy James, a patient at the Union hospital at Terre Haute, remains in the 3ame condition. He is not permitted to have visitors at this time. Mr. James was injured in a mine accident at the Snow Hill mine several weeks ago. COLUMBIA Friday and Saturday LARRY BUSTER CRABBE "The Arizona Raiders" Screen Snapshots Comedy "Fresh From the Fleet" Short ONLY 10c Clinton Social Notes GAfraPCELL'S SCUPS TQ1.1AT0ES Solid GOLD KEDAL FLOUR BROWN SUGAR Old Fashioned PlfHDCTTCC Popular Brands biUHlaE, I I CO Christmas Wrapped SUGAR CRACKERS CRISCO COFFEE Fine Granulated Nat. Biscuit Excel Salted Vegetable Shortening; (Lb. Can 19c) Red Circle Rich and Full Co. Soda Bodied f " Here come the screen's fastest moving sweethearts ! and that means that there isn't a let-up in thp fun and excitement from the moment that gor-Joan stampedes out on her cwn wedding until ehe lands riht in these lovinp Gahie arms! -EXTRA- Vitaphone Act News of the Day Vaudeville Reel EXTRA News Act and Comedy 111 I Brandon Walsh A&P's New White Sliced TWIST BREAD 2 25c IJtlla Green Beans 3 25c Soup vVx 3 J 25c Pancake Fl'rr. .-"' We Dressing 3i ?.', 33c Mince Meat." Pk' 10e P-Nut Butter s-''Vi" 25c Grapefruit " 10c PAKCAXE FLCUR 2 19c SFf.Ss0LE TISSUE CoZT 4 25c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES No Advance in Prices! 10c 25c You Better Come Early If You Want a Seat! FINAL SHOWING TONIGHT YOU'LL THANK US FOR TELLING YOU: "IT'S SWELL!" Bigger and Funnier Than a Circus 20-0z. Q. Loaf OC Fruit Cake S5Lt& Dog Food D'" 4 19c W HO WlL JUST PCtTgNO I AM fe! SAMTA CiAUS- lOU ARE MY mm A IDAHO BAKING POTATOES 10 lb.. 37e GRAPEFRUIT, Texas seedless each 3c TANGERINES doien10c HEAD LETTUCE head Rc IFI I V I tl toil By A VISIT TO SANTA CLAUS LAND I onneR VISIT ToSanTa czauS, Sett & Bu-v PLAYMATES TH61' would rev jo Solve twE wStezy of how santa CLAUS SUCCEEDS up ho'. HOW 0OS ) I HA A I'.! ABnT I its EaSV Wn iOu imow WW- Ac"'1 wt-T SANTA CLAUS G6T S I Cu,LORBH yS NOW J 7 MC BAa- , .X DOW A CHWtNfY? S rOmCM. Se.tufH.LAST- V "A W HOHOlMYt-i ( ' ANWSSOWTOANY f7 J p' A Sides aw x-i- vtara &:e-Say the II f I I 6065 n crTCY-Vw iou as high as a ) I V . i I ,; S OWC - f rtff f - Jf-.conii-v -rowers H TOOUSH i 9UfJOLE OF TOYS AHO THAT V? if QUESTION-LAUGH, L uni PIPE IS A CHWW- ( LADS tAUSH - ) AWW 3UST SQUEEZE THIS K -1 t H ASIC 6AU AMP SAY- CHICAGO, Dec. 18. Grains, especially wheat, .were in good demand at the opening today. Nearby wheat options reached new seven-year tops. gaininK 1 to 2c in first trades. July sold up lc Corn was i to Vt up. oats to k.c up and rye to f4c up. WHEAT: Dec.. 1361374; May 13H4-J32K ; July. 11714-118. CORN: (new) Dec. 108 H: May, 105-H: July, 101. -10!; (old) Mai. 103-103. OATS:. Dec. 61 : May. 60-Sl: July. 45 li-1- HYE: Dec, 116U: May, 112; July, 107. IN COM1NS pawn veay

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