The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 24, 1936 · Page 2
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Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, December 24, 1936
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Thursday, December 24, 1936 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page 2 Some Glimpses of Last-Minute Christmas Rush CHRISTMAS GREETINGS! ft; ft V 1 Heaps of Cood Wishes, Loads of Cheer For Merry Christmas And Happy New Year N9 o. We send you a message of good will at this holiday season. May the spirit of Christmas in all that it meana abide in your home and bring new cheer. Shell Products ft 4 Coleman Auto Co. FORD SALES AND SERVICE ' ' SERVICE OIL COMPANY ft- 6 b tt ?, 6 it tt -Q, 4 L' n o $ b v & & b r ? t u ' oqwtf-nwt n ? ? 'o u n '? v -v ?? & s '6- ? ? $ v ? r-r 1 -'' 1 i . Vm .tr? ' M r,-, .'., . ... 1( r-. . ' if . :l X ' Merry Christmas Nn matter how happy your Christmas may be, it won't measure up to the joy we're hoping for you. We've appreciated your business and your friendship in 1936. May you find a sparkle of fj&6$0 1 '0 cheer in every Christmas Y1 ,jl hour and may its rays con- fifC'' JSfM 0 if tinue to shed brightness fiJL "4 imo each new day of the 'hOCk? ?s sV dawning year. s. --mJTm Sv 1 REEDER'S FEED STORE f ..... ...... f0 R vvE." P'VP! as 4 (OAKLEY'S Busiest holiday season since the depression, the 1936 Christmas shopping rush set a new prosperity record for many stores. Wage increases and the flood of dividends which benefited thousands added to the national budget to suoh extent that sales soared In nearly every field, from the flve-and-ten-cent store to the automobile dealer. These scenes, representative of the holiday rush throughout the country, were taken In Cleveland as shoppers jammed streets and stores. 4 i I PTA MEETS AT Soap Made From Fat Soap is a miJrture of fat and lye The fat may be from hogs, cattle fieh, sheep, petroleum, palm and coconut trees, rape, linseed, hemp seed, or other vegetables. Hard soaps are made with soda lye, soft soaps with potash lye. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hamilton were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. ledam Dunham uf Tern Haute. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hamilton spent Monday with Mrs. Hamilton's niece, Mrs. Lola Plaster of Liston. Mrs. Plaster still remains in a serious condition. New ways to say it? There may be a few. But the old way is sure and the old words sing true. So it's: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, friends. We appreciate your kindness during the past 12 months. Christmas Program Presented ; Patient Shows Little Improvement I-YFORD. D'c. 24. TIip P-irnt-Tacliors assoi-iation niK at I.yfoi'l Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ooddard visited Mr. and Mrs. William Rollick and daughter, Maryanna. n Si- school Ijpc. 17. After the biisinfss 3U 1 was lran:-.T(''l. mwtinif was mi Mr I Wisdom and Repose Thero is no mortal truly wise and restK'Ss at once; wisdom is the repose f minds. tiirnod over to llif and tparh- rrs. oaoh room KiviiiR an iiitif pi inu' Christmas program. MARSHALL & SON William Kmmert. who has hrvn We deeply appreciate the patronage you have favored us with and the confidence you have placed in us this past year. We sincerely hope that this Christmas may be the happiest you have ever spent. In the Vermillion county lioppitnl, is rep(,1,ffl no "iiidi Ix-ttT. Our Sincerest Best Wishes Admira.-y Metal Admiralty metal is classed as bras, and is composed of 70 per cent copper, 20 per cent zinc and one per cent tin. i g i 31 Mr. and Mr. Omer Junes visit lames Wilding and child i-en Sun day. Mrs. Mary .Ioiifa and daHMhter, Morning Glory Beauty Parlor ICILLIS PHARMACY Wail With 8G 'lower, Segovia, high in the Spanish Gua-darrama Mountains, is surrounded by a homan wall with 86 towers. a Maude Adamson KM ft- Bes es 4 a- tr 5 - a- rN. s- ft? is ? Ft' o ftp ft? i6 iS fP s(t tr ft- Man in Debt to Wo rid The world no man a living. The debt is the other way. The owes the world work. The Karlv Coast Guard V.'licn the Coast (juartt was '.undi d in 1 790 tin-K- v. t'ie 10 small .'jts rT:anr,ffi l,y lu nun cac li. May Good Fortune and Happiness be yours at this Christmas time and follow you throughout the coming year. This is our wish for you at the holiday season. 3 a V; Holland t;-l.u Sea Level Alnv-t i! e v.lji ic- til the- western r.rl o! H'.liard a- tiijliy belovv sea Florence, and Ray Kite visited James Wilding Sunday evening. Miss Dorothy Owens of Terre I faille visited Mona Van IJen Sunday. Russell Hallo'N of Hilbdale vNit-ed hin mother, Mr;. Anna Utifher. Sunday nitiht. Mrs. Henry Haltorn and chililren. Anna Mae and Riehard Kiifene, visited M rs. Rusher Sunday. Mi s. Sarah Oshm n is visit in f her-L'randoii, K'.erti Johnson of Atli-erton. Mr and Mr?. Frank (Jran'ham. Mrs. Lula ;ranl!rnii. Ro! f;rait-tham, Mr. and Mrs. V,'-rt Oranthani and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tyre, all ' Tern- JfatitM. vi'-i1-d Mr. and Mrs. Fran!: ' a m ham Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Fanldr and Harold fraiif of I'litunri vi if the i i ra i; i li a M t S'linhy cv.-nn:r. M:i;-y lieve, ly Tjouder vi.-ited I'hvliri 'rnv,dr a f'-w days '!a:i wet k. Mrs. f;?ae' K'eKheinier and da'U'liter. Pauline. vtHtd Mrs. Alice f.ohse and family Sunday. Mr. 1-2 tn me ri tt av if returned to Mil-uaukee after a (WO Wet-iif; vis-it with her pa it'ii; s. M r. ami Vr. .. Writ-lit. Mrs. 'tn a Horie-r visifi-d Mrw. Mart ha Kemp Wedm-fday and All I nd( r Suspicion Even Hie helpful and unselfish is under su'pK-mn of trying to ;'-t more than his thaiv of heavenly 'uard h'Tfaftt-r. RIVERSIDE MILLS CLINTON, INDIANA Merry ill i-v Z3 CHRISTMAS Cathedral on Temple Site The great eatneuiai at Valencia, Spain, is built on the site of a l'oman ten. pie to Dijna, by a hurcii under the (iolhs and a ffiosqoe under the Moors. ft Tlie Five a e is a 4 t? 4 v Thursday of last week. Fmerson Trowder visited ui andrnoi her. Mrs. Kat; Van I.i u. fver Hn weekend. BONACORSI BROS. TOBEY JOE To our friends throughout Vermillion county, the advertising merchants extend sincere good wishes for a cheery holiday season. We thonk you for the patronage you have given us during the past year and will continue to give us in 1937. BEAL'S MARKET 328 North Ninth Street VICTOR PALONCY Fairview Park MAGNABOSCO & BERTO 409 North Eighth Street PERONA'S STORE Blanford, Indiana SECONDINO BROTHERS Universal, Indiana IVAN SVETKOFF 1201 North Seventh Street W. B. SHARP Fairview Park JOHN VALENTE 1301 North Ninth Street JOHN GAMBAIANI Centenary, Indiana MINNIE GIOVANINI 558 North Eighth Street DENO ? BRUNO JOHN May a Merry Christmas bnntf gladness anew and the New War just ahead hold happy days for you. Th eir rather, "J I ' ft I and Employes: cir Caroline Bonacorsi Rose Bonacorsi Audra Woods Margaret Williams Domenic Cinotto Albert Nolle Jr. Andrew Mehoke Frank Heard fichard Newport Frank Milani John Bertfjlio Joe Cull Moore's Shoe Store is. Nothing ran fxprfss what wr feel as wf-II as 'he (food, old fashioned .M rry ( iui-.tmas" Patsy & LeRoy Linco Station W lill 1 UU A I Merry Christmas 1 1? is MM vfM W.' s. si W !'f V'f: S

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