The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 24, 1936 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, December 24, 1936
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Page 3 Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana l :''!!ttrK!Si Marshal Fingerprints Townsend a mm iiiMi-.' " mrt , IrrTRrclMA' Letters cvS SANTA 3y ClAUS g? r ": - t'r 8 Our Wish v. happiness kfel to all.. C7 .! 6- As you gather around your family fireside we want you to know th.-.t you carry with you our best wishes foi joy. Happiness and I ltallh. At this hippy Christmas season, may we thank you (or the fjenerous patronage you have given us in IV 36. CLINTON PURE MILK COMPANY The Columbia Theatre AND ITS EMPLOYES I':. Xnw..y.iiirl)iu..ri,.i ll irf irtUffi iJr ji .liu'iiiiiiiii in nun Charged with contempt of a congressional investigation in Washington. Dr. Francis E. Townsend, left, old age pension chief, is fingerprinted by a United States marshal in Los Angeles where ho posted 1,000 bond to insure his appearance in the capital "when wanted".. ? & 3 ? 'v- ? 1'iet rs'i je' js's JS'K s I 7.ii.rtir.rii,Hrih it,,, . 3K ft. ..2."-Ti ex.. jatii- i-i-. Short Interviews CP To You.. at 3k 3k 3k IS I P. 3 May the hope and peace the Wise Men sought as they followed the gleams of the Christmas star, be yours during the coming year. May the bright rays of the Christmas star and the kindly spirit of the holiday season guide Clinton to a year of fellowship and success in 1937. White's Pharmacy If; Model Cleaners Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fink CIS JiS ft. 1 - g - iiiW.m Jkt 0 UN I -.v I rVS ? V 2 tt 1 aiT: S. v-f hWnaW. v ra J , I, '. .irt v l'iS. v 1 sar 34 3k 1 Our BtstlOisKes for- 936 - miiim, ' mi I BALDWIN, Prop. 'A s & : 'n n 'Hi a ' 3k 3k t :a : 3k 3k 3k 3k -A .Ik i 3k To add to jcy and its Dear Simla CIhiih. I urn h IIMlo Blrl 2 yesrs old. For XniHH I want 'loll, some new drosses, on. yes. I "' " n, undo, liny Trosper and I want I" no to my grandma and grandpa house fnr Xmas. Here Ih lots or XXXXOOOO "nA ln,R of !amly- or" nngos and mils. Your little frlnnd. i,i'i.rm:t.i. hush. Stlverwood. lnd. Hear Santa Cans, I am a ll'Hf boy 1 ''"' nltl-Xmas I waul a rorky horw and I am Llilubell brother, Km. I run sit alone. XXXOO and lols ot randy, oranges and mils- Your frlmid. BOH Bl'SH. Silverwod. Ind iii;n Smith Fin li Sired, Clinton. Indiana. Dear Sanla Claus I am a little girl 6 years old For Christmas please bring mo a Shirley Temple doll, baby hussy, doll trunk, set of dishes and put lots of candy, nuts and oranges In my storking. Don't forget my sister, cousins and all the poor little girls and hoys. Your little rriend, BEVERLY MARIE ANDERSON. P. S.I will have a hot cup of coffee waiting for you on the kitchen table. Dear Santa I want a doll, dishes and a games also some nuts candy katcs and orames. I am a III le girl in the IB at South School. MARTHA GAUDINE. 1311 So. 6th Street Clinton, Ind. Dear Santa; I am a little girl s years old For Christmas I want a sets o Jacks and a Doll Set, a rubber Doll, a pair of gloves and candy, nuts and some fruit. Don't forget mother and fa ther and grandma's and grandpa, and all my little cousins and the rest of boys and girls. Your little friend PHYLLIS ROSE LITTLE l:Ul So. Ot !i Strpot f'liiilon. I ltd. Dear Santa, I am a little pirt. I ;nn kpvpii years old. For f'hristman, I wanl a doll bed, a rubber doll, a set of jai-ks. a doctor set, a rut out book. Do not forget my mother and father sisters and cousins. Dont forget the other boys and girls, grandmother and grandfather's. Your friend, BKTTY MTTLK. Dear Santa Claus; I hope you wont pass us up this year when Christmas eve comes along, you see, we have moved. Wo live on Vine street now. This year all Charles says is a horse and a choo-ehoo train but may he you will know what little hoys lik and leave him something else. I want an English perambulator and u skippy scooter. Please don't forget my teacher and all my friends and everyone wr love. Your best friends, SALLY and CHARLES COO'JAN. D-nr Santa Claus. I am a little r.til 2 yrz. old. For Christmas ! want a liMl cn-rii car, paints and paint book. doll. Litt b-hack dog. a kittv, lmu.ifslipp"rH ami a little stove. Also candv. nuts and oraiices. Don'l foruet mv aunt ( Bright with the joys of the season and filled with holiday cheer. Are the greetings that we send you At thi, the merriest time of year. VOTO'S HARDWARE your holiday spirit of good will ,the Diana extends wishes for the happiest Christmas in Clinton. THE DIANA To thank you for past kindnesses and to wish you again the happiest kind of a Christmas. May your every hope for the New Year come true and real joy be yours. Fuzzy. IJaildy and Mother, also my! uncle Jimmy who is 2 years old too. Yours truly. PATSY MAItlK Tl'U.VKIt. MS So. 5th St. St. Berniie, Ind. Dec. 23, 1936. Dear S.-inla. f am a little boy tlx years old. I am in the first (Trade of the SI lier-nice Grade School. I have tried to be a good boy. but sometimes 1 haven't been very Rood. For Christmas I would like for you to briiiK me u train on the track, a ratapiller. bow and arrow, ear with a trailer, a farm, a sled, and candy, nuts, and fruit. I will leave you something warm to drink. Your faithful pal, BOBBY I-EE SNODORASS. St. 'Bernice. Tnd.. Dec. 22. 193G. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little gill 9 years old and in the fourth grade. I have tried to be a good girl. For Christmas I would like for you to bring me a doll with a white fur coat and hat. a pair of brown suede slippers, a doctor set. a pen and pencil set an1 candy, nuts and fruit. Don't forget my little cousins. Jimmy and Carolyn Kyle and Mary Janelt-Snodgrass. mother, daddy, grand pa and grandma. Please don't forget the poor boys and girls. I will let the lights on my Xmas tree hum so you can see where to put my things. Your loving pal. WILMA JEAN' SNODORASS. KLONDYKE KI.ONHYKK. Dec. 2 1 ..Mr. and Mrs. John Mattioda and son. Si. and daughter. Hose Mary, spent Friday evening at llie home of Mr. and Mrs. William Wahle of Clinton. Joe ciacoletti of Indiana univer sity is spending a few weeks with : his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rock Gia-1 eoletti. I The Misses Valaria. Kilos and ; Gloria 'While of Clinton spent Sun- j day wild Miss Elinor ntiflattola. j Dom Savio and Stve I'atlevatto. of Clinton spent Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Mat-! tioda. Pete Morini "( Clinton :-pent Stm-day with ineud. in Klondvke Herman Riiodghcrio of Clinton visited his grandmother. Mr.-. Lltici.i Colombo. Mr. and Mrs .laim-s .Marietta spent Sunday at the home of hi.-. f V t 3 ? 9 r ? V 'O ? -C Tltrry Christmas Just a Christmas remembrance that's warm and sincere. The season's beat wishes for a happy New Year. Riverside Inn '.t49r4.r. sortfc!r;i CITY MAR vrvv YORK Mayor F. H. La Guardia olijects to more stringent regulation of "jaywalkers' : "Broa'l--hv is not 1'nter Den Linden or the Piazza Venezia. I prefer the happi ness of our unorganized imperfection to the gloom of organized perfection in other countries." CHICAGO Opie Read, novelist and humorist, celebrates bis 84lh birthday and says of his 52nd hook, "Autobiography of the Devil: Satan's Side of It": "I put into it Just what I imagined Satan would say of manners and morals and philosophy." SAN FRANCISCO Myron Steff-ner. niauazine editor, hears that his 5-year-old daughter has been killed in a traffic accident: "When will the slaughter stop?" HOLLYWOOD Owen Moore, now on the comeback trail, recalls the old motion picture days: "We made two pictures a week and were happy, with screen credit, fame,, fortune or autograph seekers." CHICAGO May B. Byrne, educator, doesn't believe in shattering the illusions of children by telling them there's no Santa Claus: "The adult world is too mundane at best, so why should we destroy ideals that will perish much too soon anyway?" Lights at Sea At sea at night a red light can be recognized as a red light as far as it can be seen, which is usually from three to four times farther than a green light appears green. On the other hand, a green light can be seen, although its color cannot be distinguished, many times farther than a red light. Collier's Weekly. parents. Mr. and Mr.-. .lame.; Marietta ut BUnford. Mr. and Mio. William Wable o' Clinton spent Tutsd.iy evening at the home of Mr. and Mis Jobii Mattioda. $Wi j! jm. .ira F? The passing years serve only to increase the sincerity of our greeting to you . . . the same simple "Merry Christmas" Stevenson Lumber Co. f lii'.ij !rfa. 'fi5 ; as i . May your joys he added your sorrows subtracted and your wealth be multiplied This is our Christmas wish for you. YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER CLINTON AUTO CO. ROY SNOW, Prop. hrn the flurry of greetings snow you under, there's a little wish we would 'jf like to add; may this be the Happiest jJ Christmas you ever hadl jf 3k CLAUDE F. s (Koreas wis.! mi ft ff. ft. ff. V. y. it . : ft. ff. 'ff: I 1 11 L.1U I UlJ. M.iy joy. like merry That sing of peace Hood a'l your Throughout a I Christmas chimes, and happy tunes. heart and echo, too. happy year for you. 3k 3k 3k ' 3k 3k Ski w 3k1 3k i tar i 3k . 3 1 TV? 17 T7 H7. BAKER'S fh AUTO BODY SHOP PS a

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