The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 22, 1936 · Page 10
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December 22, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 10

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The Daily Clinloniun, Clinton, Indiana Tuesday, December 22, 1!)3G Page 10 Festive Spirit Reigns With. Return of Holiday Season f. SS:(!! JS:. JBK f!f0. & & RftRfX t:)S! TJfi in? ; fV fc IJt Give 1 ler for XilAS 1 V"" wPrkyM MrFarlane give I JT JT " " wtmn lift a' i" j Iukii Alllllllrlll'llt III (;issil The 1-1 i'ik'Ii lowti of Mulhouse, Ki.im'p. h;iw a "monument ' to gos-Bip. The old Ktone was one worn by sc;inH;il niiiMiM'rs. Our Inalienable KUhls All men me rwlowH hy thfir Cri-iilor wilh iiiiilienallp riglits; among H.r.-... me hf. liln-rty and the ;ursuit of hapiimi': s. j.Hina am JuiSnucuisiuj joj gi."d i;jn)-;ujjdns aii auji;iq pue Ksaussdijum umo jmii oaiSj ij IIUS uaui 'u.oii;iiii(.-) jo aMns am on ii pics ..'J'mm'J I" ka""p u auiiurj jo sC( u Cooliilee in Cabinet lVlii;;e, one of Ihe few vice cicsidcnls lo sit in a cabinet, said it was of ''supreme value" to him Alien he bi'an.e President. v rfttCJ-SK: 7 fL, A- ' " S t fs vvt W vft M If Ytar. Cr lo Come With An j'v it -MBTSiiSEB f ABC Washer What finer Christmas tfift coulH I bor'!1 be than the adder! Irniir afforHd by an AUC Walier. Clothes are cleaner, whiter, when they are washed the ABC way. An ABC saves lime, Money, Extra F.f-fjrt, Health, Clothes and Clothes Investment. 1 he new ABC is the Christmas gift ideal. BUY NOW! PAY NEXT YEAR! o Imimm 1 lo'til on Jsi,wiMi! XMAS EVE DELIVERY Karsnovich FUNERAL HOME I NO. 24-Hotsr FREE Ambulance Service Phone 165 SH S. 4th St. Juanlu yuigiey reads per aou to weep j Ltut Merkel finds It all mot exeltlng man, and Juanita Quigley, shown reading to her doll from the famous poem. " Twas the Night Before Christmas". And Santa Claus found a real helpmate in Una Merkel who lacks a long white beard but does possess a most attractive smile. Despite the busy schedule maintained by Hollywood celebrities, Christmas is an affair which takes precedence over all else. Two Juvenile stars for whom the occasion is a most exciting- affair are fACkf McFarlane, who did his bit by helping out the studio post- "Radio's Home" 224 Blackman Street Phone 169-W Girl's Story Rocks Hollywood FAIRVIEW M, E. GROUP CONVENES m&M&'s&rgM vM y.ai k.S4 MM 4M family, Mr. and Mrs. John Vouman and family, all of Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. William Pay ton and daughter and John Simpson, all o! Faii'view, Mr. and Mrs. Lo Cooper and -son niovi-d from f'linton to Jiuhs-m street in Fairview. Marvin Simpson of St. Louis in home to spend the holidays will) l it-mother. Mrs. Herseln) ffurringfoi). Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G'snell and Mrs. Wilhelmine flosnell spent Saturday in Terre Haute. OG9909O9OO9tee9Ot9OOO 99te99ttSO Epworth League Holds Christmas Party Friday at Home of Rev. Hotchkiss FAIKVIEYV 1 mmn food mm T s 9 o 345 So. Main St. Free Del ivery Phone 345 o S ff Exc ell, 2 ib box Eg: MECCA MECCA, Dec. 22--Mr, and Mrs S. T. Mitchell were guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Reeves Akers. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Gossett and Vesta Olds spent Wednesday in Indianapolis. Mrs. Claude Baldwin and children spent Saturday in Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Richardson and Mrs. J. C. Murphy spent Friday in Terre Haute. Beulah Fisher of f'linton spent Thursday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fisher. Miss lone Daniels, Louise Kendall and John F. Murphy spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and M is. Hollis Richardson. H. M. Gossett and John F. Murphy spent Wednesday night and Thursday in Kentucky. COFFEE A. C. Brand 3 te 49c Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, No. 2 cans, 3 for 25c Chocolate Covered Graham Crackers, pound 19c CflOOOLATE OiiACli I Oc Chocolate Bars, Plain or Peanut, 6-4 oz. Bars 25c Cranberry Sauce, Hcnsrch, 17 oz. can ISc O O FAIRVIEW, Dec. 22 The Epworth League oi Fair view M. E. rhurcb held a Christmas parly at Ihe home of Kev, aud Mru. Harold H. Hotchkiss Friday eveuiiiK, December 18. Members present were Mrs. Raymond Uosuell, Raymond Akers, Rose, Louise aud Glenn Clark, Mary Smith, Anna Marie Ful-den, Betty Simpson, Hetty Cunningham. Charles and James Cline. John, Marie and Raymond Shepherd, RoD-ert Shew. Wood and John Koncan-uon, Mildred Little and Grace Johnson. Games and eonlesls were played, lefreshmenls were served and a social time was enjoyed by all. Wielding AiiiiouiH-ed Mrs. Mary Whit worth is announcing the marriage of her son. Carl, to Miss Beriha F"artah. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Fartah of Universal, on Friday, December 18, at 4 o'clock in West Terre Haute, Attending were Clarence and Lucia Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Whitworth will go to housekeeping soon. Mr. and Mrs. M'-rton Knowlpf-moved from Jackson street to Wil-liamsport. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hall and Hons spent Sunday at iiloumingrialf with friends. . Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Simpson and family entertained with a family Christmas dinner Saturday, December lit. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Luther O'Brien and family and Arthur Paytou, all of Linton. Mr. and Mrs. George Merry and Mrs. Marie Wrankle and Boniue- Mrs. Marie Wrankle comforts her 13-year-od daughter, Bonnie," as Hollywood authorities launched an investigation Into her story charg-: Ing Raleigh Fremont, 65, wealthy mining man. with having allegedly attacked her. Found wedged In a chimney on the Hollywood estate of Ann Harding, film star, police quoted the girl as saying she had hidden there after tleeing from Fremont's car when he oflered her. $180 "to forget It" and then shot at herwhen she escaped. Fremont denies the charges. 1 Always Flowers in Bermuda In every season of the year, flow ers bloom in Bermuda. J ORANGES, California Navels. . . . 176 32c- 216 27c 288 21c S TANGERINES, juicy Floridas 2 dozen 23c J J CAULIFLOWER, large white heds 23c 25c f CRANBERRIES, Cape Cod fancy lb. 25c S APPLES, fancy Delicious 3 lbs. 29c O CELERY, large stalks, well bleached 2 for 19c Stream Piracy In the history of many river systems, one stream, either because of its greater supply of water or by reason of the greater ease of down-cutting in its course, has worked headward and stolen the headwaters of a neighboring river system. For example, the headwaters of Beaver creek in Virginia were stolen bv the Shenandoah river. pip Clover Bloom Ko. I Ko. I '. Say: Merry Christmas ..1 T7fl f ItUJlilirU Ib. e o e e o e Just as Fresh as if Pork Roast epr0augned 16l2c They'd Come off 7'lrfg) the Christmas YiJ'W"' Pork Steak, Boston Butt Cut, !b. 22 !c J Swiss Steak, Tender Corn Fed Beef, lb. 22c ?CHUCK ROAST, Center Cut, Meaty, lb. 19c Pot Roast, Ho Bone, Tender, Ib. 16c with r lowers : We have a large assortment of Poinsetlia and other assorted blooming plants and are cutting an unusually fine stock of Lilies, Chrysanthemums, Roses, Carnations, Snapdragons, Sweet Peas and Calendulas for Christmas at no increase in prices. By buying from our greenhouses you are assured of fresh stock. Ota- store will be open until noon Christmas day. We wire flowers any- H EsRS H EiY'S That's the way your garments come back from Olm-stead's. Our cleaning methods are thorough but harm-lew to the fabrics and our pressing is perfect. Ask any one of our hundreds of satisfied customers. e 'MEAT LOAF, Beef and Pork Ground to Order, lb. 17l2c PHONE 129 27c OLEO Delmar or Gem Nut 2 lbs. CLINTON'S LICENSED CLEANERS o o f COMPLETE LINE OF POULTRY 242 Dm St Open Till 7 p. m Xmas Eve. o Closed All Day Christmas o WE CROW OUR OWN" ' CHRISTMAS CANDY AND NUTS 2 T Leave Your Order Early ( Phone 21 1 352 South Main ooooooooeoooee 00 9900000900 oooo tee q

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