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December 23, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Page 2 The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana 'Wednesday, December 23, 1936 COURT NEWS the poor children. Your little friend, HOSE MARIE PR0I1ASKA. First Processional Hymn The first United States processional hymn sung in public was at the funeral of Dr. Barclay, rector of Trinity Church in New York in Letters SANTA NKWTORT, Dec. 23 Defeudanl has Hied motion for a chnnRn or 1764, reports the New York Sun. A Worth-While Gift Suggestion: THE NEW 1937 CLINTON COOK BOOK Just Off the Press Published by WOMEN OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH vfMiue from Judge (J. Kdwurd liins- Sliepnrdsville. Ind., Dec. 22. 11)30. Dear Santa: I am a llllle hoy seven years old. I want n little truck, train, candy, nuts and oranges. Please don't forget daddy, mother, the poor children and Miss Berry. Your friend, KVflBNE SMITH. DAYS ffrSHOP I PROFESSIONAL MKN ' ir sTAi assiaic Z&r UNSKHUO WORKIB N bjTIMCt ORf ATf. , CLAUS Copies May Be Obtained at: ( The Daily Clintonian, Rosenblatt's, Morgan s, Medlock't Phoenix Considered Sacred The phoenix, called in Chinese "feng huang," is one of the four sacred creatures of the country, the others being the dragon (perhaps the must important of them all), t lie tortoise, and the unicorn. The unicorn is recognized as the king of the quadruped world, says Nature Mug-uzme, the phoenix, ruler of ull feathered life Blanford, Indiana ham in t he caiiHp of Kdgur Mt Kin-ih'.v ft nl vs. Mnry M. Ca Downy Tw motion has Immmi granted hut It r h u n hp hun not )wn complelt'd. I'laintilTH art; waking mi nnili vided HM'-Iuiif interest in the cstiile of l:i-ud iallowiiy, the dec;iHed IniHliand )C the defendant, by elaimitiR to he liildren of an illeyil imate Hon of de-edenl. The pstale is valued at 'ir.o.ono, or Any fresDyiennn non Dec. 21, .19J1 ONLY 50c 80 Paes of Tested Recipes Dear Santa We are two Utile girls nges 3 & Sliepnrdsville. Ind. Dec. 22, 193(1 Dear Santa: 1 am a llllle boy elhl years old For Christmas I want u bicycle, woo have been good nil year. For CbrUtqias we want a Shirley Temple gun, candy, nuts and oruiiKcs Voni I'M Si doll. a set of dishes. & a baking aet. AjuI don't fprgel .our "papa's" Pele nd Nick. Your little friends, MARCARKT FBRBO and JIJJ.IA GpZOKN- little filnid. JOHN Al.Lsni'. SEAL ffiffijll difference in J " V 4 tuberculosis 1 rnortolity by classes An :il I i tin v j I Tut' i-onU'lnpt of court h:is Im-mii (ii it by Lfiia 1'iirninlis vs. .Mike I' ii i in n I is . Jr., rctiii'iuihlc Ue-l emlier The affidavit n leges thai on t), toher 17 defendant was or- lli'l'eil Id n:iv llii, unm ir tr. .,,. ,,.nb J?: I TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE Hhepanlsville. Ind., Dec. 22, IHSfi. Dear Santa: t'nr support and maintenance pend- & ing a divorce action, and the further I ISj I am an little girl eight years old. I am in the third grade at Shepards '.iWNWP'li: ville. For Christmas I want a blackboard and a doll, candy, nuts cum of $ri(l Tor plaintiff's altorney fees within till days; Hint defendant 'uis failed to comply with the order if the court. CLUB MEETING AT MONTEZUMA Shepardsville. Ind.. Dec. 22, 19311. Dear Santa Clans: 1 am a ljttle girl, eight years old ( am in the third grade at Shepards-rlllc. For Christmas I want a pair -af rubbers, some candy, nuts and ranges. Please don't forget my teacher yiss Berry, daddy, mother listers, and brothers, also the poor ihlldren, Your little friend, m I II II I lllfl '""I mum'-a- w ml oranges. Please don't forget my daddy, mother. Miss Retry, sister, and brother. Your little friend. DOLOHKS MORKLAWD. Children to Receive Customary Sarah Tucker, widow of John G. Tucker has filed in Vermillion Circuit court her written waiver to aet as administratrix and has requested the appointment of V. Vernon Bradfleld to serve as administrator. Shepardsville. Ind. Treat From Firemen on Christmas Eve WIIXADEAN. MONTEJU'MA. Dec. 2.1 Mr. and NOW On Brand New 1937 RCA Victor Radio A Brilliant New RCA VICTOR RADIO with MAGIC BRAIN and METAL TUBES j nrudfield has qualified, giving bond in the sum of $10. nun. Wait Mrs. Donald Reel entertained the members of the Thimble Twisters club at their home Thursday HeceiniiiM- 2, Dear Santa Clans: I am a little hoy. seven years old. I want a pair of gloves, sled, candy, nuts and oranges. Please don't forget my teacher Miss Herry, mother. ja,i(y (1 brothers. Your little friend. THOMAS LEE BERRY. ('anthers of Newport are attorneys fur the estate. Shepardsville, Ind. Dec. 22, 1936. Dear Santa. I am a little boy seven years old. for Cbnstsms n truck, horse, fun, candy, outs and oranges. Jfour "f riend, JACKIE WHFELER. i V ei Montezuma firemen will give their annual treat to the children at the firehouse Christmas eve. J. 11. Presslor of Kankakee, III., Ceded Samoa to V. 0. ".:, Native chiefs ceded Samoe to the United States in 1904, but congress die not accept the island group until J !)) Uk 31 s I 3k i St n Si B 3k 3k 3k a 3k Shepardsville, Ind. . Dec. 22, 1936. Shepardsville, I nil . Dec. ?., IMC. Oear Santa J am a little girl seven years old. 1 want a doll, candy, nuts, and or-inges. Please don't forget mother. Dear Santa, I am a little boy seven rears old. For Christmas I want a For Only gun, oranges and nuts. Your friend timers, nrot tiers, my teacher Miss and Mrs. Clara McKeown Bpent Thursday at Indianapolis. MesdamoB H. D. Phillips. Don Rool, Molvin Mathas. W. B. Emmert and Robert Sens attended an all JOE RAMSEY $54 .95 At Shown Serry. Your friend, ELIZABETH STI'LTZ. day meeting of the Past. Matrons spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. Georpe Mathas. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ieverenz of Danville. III., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Clair Waggoner. I Albert Thomas of Paris. 111., spent from Thursday until Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Woodford flalla-hue. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin McCurdy of Indianapolis are the parents of a seven-pound daughter. Nancy Jane, born Dec. 17. Mrs. McCutdy is staying at the borne of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dickens. William Blackford of Waynetown Shepardsville, Ind., Dec. 22, 103fi Dear Santa, I am a little boy seven years old m ft: club at Rockville Friday. A Christmas party was held and a turkey dinner served at noon. Mrs. W, B. Emmert was elected president for (he coming year. Members of the Methodist church I want a bicycle, violin, candy, nuts Model -K and oranges. Please bring my This remarkably low priced 6-tube superheterodyne console has a tuning range of 640 to 6,9000 kcs. This include the 49-meter band international broadcast and police, aviation and amateur calls, in addition to domestic program. Magic brain, metal tubes and other improvement that make Una an exceptional value. mother, daddy, Kathleen, and Delia .Shepardsville, Ind. Dec. 2, 19.1G. V)ear Santa Claus: I am a little boy, eight years old. 1 am in the third grade at Shepardsville. For Christmas I want a football, sled, candy, nuts and oranges, please don't forget my daddy, mother. Miss Berry, and the orphans. Your little friend. CORN HUTCHINSON. Cabinet top is of heart walnut veneer; the front panel of butt walnut and tiger-wood veneer. save a pound party at the 'parsonage something nice too. Your friend. BOBBY PUGH. honor of Rev. A. L. Vermillion and family Monday night. 2 spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Friends here received word Tues Mrs. Charles Blackford. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Warner, Shepardsville, Ind., Dec., 22, 193B Dear Santa. day morning of the death of Cloyd if Trade in your Old Radio on a New RCA Victor. Many Model to Choote From. OSMON BEOS. "RADIO'S HOME" 224 Blackman Street Phone 169-W fireen, Schnull grocery salesman Mrs. Maggie Warner and Jacqueline Please bring me a doll, buggy. Gallahue spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gulluhue at Danville. 111. i I aod puts, and oranges , You friend, ETHEL ALKIRE. Shepardsville, Ind. Dec. 2. 19.H1. Dear Santa Claus, I am a little girl eleven years old. I want a dress, doll, candy, nuts and oranges. Please don't forget my from Indianapolis. Mr. Green, who was injured recently in an automobile wreck, was confined at the St. Vincent h'ospilal where he developed pneumonia. No details of funeral arrangements were learned. daddy, mother. Miss Berry, sister. and brother. Your little friend. MARY ALLS I J P. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Hughes spent Sunday afternoon with Frank Hughes, who is seriously ill, at Bloomiugdale. Mrs. Iva Marlowe, who returned home last week from Chicago, announces the marriage of her daughter, Mahle. to Alfred Weidman of Chicago. Miss Esther Griffin spent Sunday with relatives at Danville, 111. A rood sale will he held at the Brown furniture store Wednesday Sbepardsvlle, Ind. Dec. 2, l!)3fi. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little ;girl seven years old. For Christmas I want a sled, snow suit, candy, nuta and oranges. Plense lon't forget my daddy, mother, sis-ler and toe poor children. Your little friend, CNA MAE LAFWORTH. Shepardsville, Ind. December 22. l'.l'.lR. Dear Santa: I am a little girl, nine years old. I am in the third grade at Shepards WHnfltteFapeip FOR EVERY PURPOSE ville. For Christmas I want a new dress, candy nuts and oranges. Please don't forget miy mother and by the ladies of Linebarger Chapel of West Union. daddy. Your little friend, ALTA MAR PHOHASKA. Mr. and Mis. Charles McKeown Shepardsville, Ind. Dec. 22, 1936. Dear Santa Claus: 1 Affi a little boy, eight years old. I am In-thethlrd grade ai sbepards- For: vllle. For 'Christmas I want a sled, ball, air of shoes, gun, candy nuts and orange. Please don't forget my daddy, mother. Miss Berry, sister and brother. Yaur little friend THOMAS DttWBLL. A CHRISTMAS GIFFT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! A HEW 1937 s For: Picnics Dinners Lodges Home Use Dear Santa: I am a little boy aeven years old. I am ut the second trade. Please bring tue sun, machine, train, nuts and -oranges. Your old pal, CHAL,ES BKOCKMEIER. Banquets Reunions Socials Scenery World's Outstanding Radios v- Y ; ai 11 I .t....,- ,n.,.. ir it rf -i tr " PRICED FROM 'im Shepardsville. lad., Dec. 22. X936. Tlear Banta: I am a lttie boy (even yearB old. I am In the second gradf. I want a guitar, suit of clothes, and orunges. .Don't forget to bring mother and daddy something nice too. Your pal, KENNETH GOSSETT. IS 5679111213 and TUBE RADIOS 1 We Have Installed a "Jiffy" Re- Winder Clean, White Newsprint in Convenient Rolls No Cores to Carry! No Deposits Required! AniiTican and Fowign Kereption O uaranlij un Jtauios lrS;t4.Jir ami up. Sold on Easy Payments Shepardsville, Ind., Dec. 22, 193C. Dear Banta Olaus: I am a little boy eight years old. Am in tbe third grade at Shepardsville. PVr Ohristmas I want a aled. candy, auta and oranges. Please dont torget my Jddy. mother. Miss Berry, and brother. DONALD GOSSETT. PI FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION CALL OR STOP TODAY Save wear and tear on linen. Just use clean, white paper on the tables at your next organization dinner. It costs only a few cents and may be burned afterward. Try it once. That's all we ask. Roiled to Your Order IN ANY AMOUNT 10 Yards Equal One Pound Paper Is 34 Inches Wide 2 lbs. 25c To be sure that a roll of the size you will require will be waiting for you, we tug gest that you call The Daily Clintonian, Phone 41 or 1 17, and order paper from th Jiffy Re-winder in advance. $1 Deposit Lays Away Any Crosley for Christmas Delivery! ' ' i Sheparasrille. Ind.. Dec. 22. 1936. Dear Santa: I am a tittle firl eight years old. 1 am. in tbe (bird grade at Shepardsville. For Christmas I want a pair of gloves, doll, candy, nuts and orange. Please don't forget daddy, motker and sister. Miss Berry and !TAILir THie Daily Qletoeiaiii RADIO SERVICE Clinton's Oldest Radio Sales and Service 456 N. Ninth St. Phone 792 We Repair All Makes of Radios US.ll SELLERS DENTIST " 249 5ootb Mam Stracf OUMaa, andlaiw j; 3 V

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