The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 24, 1936 · Page 8
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 8

Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, December 24, 1936
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sJay, December 24, 1936 Page. 8 The Daily Cllntonian, Clinton, Indiana Wabash Thursday, Friday and Saturday CLASSIFIED ADS RooseveltFamilyAssemblesToday At White House to Join President In Gay Celebration of Christmas lCc- Rates for Classified Ads -Thur. Fri. Sat. 2.R Fox Comedy "Any Old Port" and Paid Notices (Continued from Page 1) First day of Insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column line, like PfCATO 'Ace Drummond" one of these). had I'orc.L'iit hercd, prehidt'd ov'i- l,y .Mrs. HoosHivell. the lireMiilcnt's H'i-ciir-ohl mother. I'rfHi'lit wre Mrs. .1. It. Koiwvelt . tlm president 's mIm-ter-in-hiw ; i'MiHl son .lumen iiimI IiIh 77JPfCWA Next two days Insertion: tbe same rUF. YEAR! SURPRISE PICTUKE OF 8c charge (you get three days at double the coat of the first day). Next three days Insertion: the anme 8c charge (yon get a whole week, six days, at three times the cost of one insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Mack Pace (like this), 10c per line. LEGAL NOTICES SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court in a cause wherein U. (J. Wright, John F. Davis, John H. Cilmour, Christ Ave and Victor liomicchi, trURtces doing uiibIiichr uh "TrURtepa Realty Association" aro plaint It fH and Kva Vale Ftichmon.l. David Richmond, Carl Vulo. Iltldii Vale, (leoigei Vale, Mary Vnh. Audrey Roth, Andrew Roth, Gerald Vale, Harold Vale, Clarence M. Vale and Paul Vale are defendants, requiring me lo make the sum of One-thousand five hundred ninety neven dollars and seventy cents (1597.701 with interest (on said decree and i costs, I will expose at Public Sale, to' the highest bidder, on Saturday, the twenty-third day of January! A. D. 1937, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. ; wiie IImIkv and lln-lr iliiiiu'.ih-i. S;i nih mill Kuti-; si'inuil huh Kllioii mill his wilt- Until mill llicir mum-i, Iiii ml Iit iiinl KHI'.M mnl i, inn',- I 'inn John. Officials Launch Investigation of flane Crash That Took Six Lives; Eye-Witness Tells About Tragedy (Continued trow fug 1) . All classified ads Including memo-riania and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts are paid monthly or those from organizations whose bills must lie allowed before being paid. In the latter case the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment. i -i .. V1 tV r of aaid day. at the door of the Court House In Vermillion County, Indi i I .iVi.nA m li in rtt'il im Mt't ir Tuf- li-fri'lll ana, the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years, the fol Kami tt&AV lowing Real Estate to-wlt: Lot Number Twenty-seven (27 A.-" i Amis and Martin's Addition to BARBARA STANIVYCK, JOLL MCRLA and KA1H-ERINE de MILLE in a lonely diau.aM sane in the Twentieth Century-I'vx drama mth muiic, "tariju on My ki.te". Palace Tonight and Christmas the City of Clinton. FOR SALE "Nil Way" bronze and wool (elt weather stripping tor windows. Also door bottom scrip. Meat Baw blades now in stock. Volo Hardware Store. 233 N. th St. ttl If such rents and profits will not sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy K)':iIiIm'1 Ii Ik licit and hi ,i ) u I 1: wjih fit ii git! . Kniiii t !ip i ;t k ut' I ' lahin 1 could li:ir Hi'- rn:ins or ;i:. i-t her man. '"A gas lank x p! a:i-l f ;Mti . ihowpn-d ovir hi1, s:irinK my fap iuul hands. I (;avp tin iniui ;t h pull but it wasn't any use and I guess lie lost consciousness been use he gasped two or three times and tliMi slum:ped over, "Hefore th flames drove inn away I saw the pilot sitting erect, iind motionless ut the controls. Ili and three of the others must lunf hem killed instantly, because 1 heiti'd only the two voires. said decree, interest and costs, I will, at the Ranie time and place ex pose at public sale the fee simple oi real boy 19.15 Dodge coach. Cheek & Son. 3Sif said real estate, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to discharge 19J4 Pord V-8 Tudor, healer, radio said decree, Interest and costs. Said perfect condition. Cheek & Son. 391f sale will he made without any relief whatever from valuation or ap Hens, dressed and delivered. Call Mrs. J. P. Carlln. 141 praisement laws. December 23 A. D.. 1! 36. KARL SMITH. Sheriff or Vermillion County. Kvfrett A. Davissnn, Attorney for Plaintiff. 1224-31; 17 3ti. 1932 Plymouth 4-door sedan. New naint. Cheek & Son. 39if f WITH MUSIC! -. f.K- jWV' Crazy Horse, Indian cniel Crazy Horse, who was Ihe rhief of the Ogalala Sioux, was joint li'mler with Sitting Bull ir the Wm of ;:',:, and was prominent in Cnsli-i s '.r I feat. He was killed uliile - ,.. ! PAID NOTICES II m m II. I .1 s I .. ' lh2t"' -1IM-T - -1-'a'ir-iini -i-rr "-nmr tiri- J f "- -' "L - " TTflMlT 1 J Y "Tobacco Road") Tho The Gift to personal friends should suggest you. There Is no gift so arrest in t-v-,'r'--i'..i - atmotpheie of Iiaiirml nersonal as your photograph. Ar K Steamboat 'Round range for a silting now. I'ashner 1 the Bend"! NHKIUFF'N SALK Ry virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the Clrrk of the Vermillion Circuit Court in a cause wherein l'. C. Wright. John F. Davis. John H. Cilmour. ChriBt Ave, and Victor Bonuc-chi, trustees doing business as "Trustees' Realty Association" are plaintiffs and Dortha Bennett and Vern Bennett are defendants requiring me to make the sum of One thousand six hundred eighteen dollars and eighty ;cents ($1618. 81U with interest on feaid decree and costs, I will expose at Public Saie to the highest bidder, on Saturday, the twenty-third day of January A. D.. 1937, between the hours of lu Black Terns Black terns are very R'milnr in appearance lo .heir relatives, the common terns, except fm color. The common tern lias white feathers and a black cap, with oiiinl lull. Both birds, however, have ti. h.-il ii ol flying with their pointed lulls nointing toward Hie earth JANF. WITHERS In "CAN THIS BE DIXIE" Wi'h Slim Stmmei vil'e, Helen Wood Nludio. lf Business Services Furs tanned and made up. Red or gray fox chokers, 6.00. Wayne Livengood, Hillsboro, Indiana. t49 For Sale Coa FOIRTH VEIS OOAL, UNIVERSAL, MIAMI NO. 4. AND BLACK BETTV NO. B. HAKLEV HUFFMAN, PHONE 10. 4tf FIFTHAND SIXTH VEIN COAL. -Iik E. ItiHiwn In hW Inti'sl coimNlj-tViiliii'i' "IN1 ,Iim." You'll Howl at the Laff Score He Piles Up by Accident ! o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., of said day, at the door of the court house In Vermillion County, Indi-! The Big Dipper Stars Tn the Bie Diooer itself there are ana, the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years, the fol frorce of Freezing Water In freezing, water exerts a force of 30,000 pounds lo the square inch. This explains tile damage confined water can (Jo when it freezes. seven stars, six of the second di- menainn and one of the third dimen sion. Four of them form the bowl . r wurf rcr every wjhl i and three the handle. While tne CALL ME FOR PRICKS. 1JVERED. ASHY JOHNSON, TEL-FPHONE 915-12. MIS FOR RENT lowing Real Estate to-wit: ! Lot Ffva (5) in Block One (I) in Arthur Whitcomb's Addition to the city of Clinton, and known as1 No. G4.1 South Main Street in said city. i If such rents and profits will not stars have individual names, they COLUMBIA sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy said decree, interest and costs, I will, at the same time and place expose at public sale the fee simple of said real estate, or so much thereof 3 beautiful large office rooms in Theater Bldg. Ideal arrangement for two doctors, dentists, lawyers, etc. All rooms in A-l condition. THURSDAY ONLY Heat, light, lavatory and reasonable may be sufficient to discharge I4G rent. Palace Theater. fcfc said decree, interest and costs. Said sale will be made without any relief WANTED whatever from valuation or appraisement laws. December 23 A. D., 1936. EARL SMITH, Sheriff of Vermillion County. Evf rett A. Davisson, Attorney for Route man to succeed Rawleigh are commonly given the first seven letters of the Greek alphabet: alpha, beta, gamma, delta, epsilon, zeta and eta. The whole constellation Ursa Major, which includes the Big Dipper, has six stars of second magnitude, eleven of the third, three of the fourth, forty of the fifth and a great number of the sixth dimension The two stars forming the end of the Dipper away from the handle are known os the Pointers, pointing tn the Pole star. Great Power of Lightning One of the most astonishing things about lightning is the power behind a bolt, according to an authority. It requires an electromotive force of about 100 million volts before the discharge can take place. The current in an average bol. is 100.000 amperes. This represents a power of ten billion kilowatts. Each lightning flash we see has the power of a thousand Boulder dam hydroelectric plants. And lightning flashes on the average of a hundred or so times each minute in this country. Dealer In N. Clay County. Pleasant, profitable and permanent. Supply established demand. $25 to $50 weekly profits easy. See F. B. 1 Crawford, 125 North Fourth street,' Plaintiff. 1224-31; 1736 CARGO" with CLAIRE TREVOR and BRIAN DONLEVY Comedy "RAIL BIRDS" 10c and 15c SCO Clinton. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY LOCAL SCHOOLS GIVE PROGRAMS FOR CHRISTMAS (Continued from Page 1) , irt y ocA 6. ""M.J ,;,?-!.', v.t.Fs :is TJcct Hero Wolf" with EDWARD ARNOLD Cartoon "WESTERN TRAIL" Sport Reel "SPEED MAD" Show Start, at 2 P. M. CHRISTMAS DAY ONLY 10c Where Perry Got Ballast Rocks Ballast Island, in Lake Erie one of the smallest in the group, is so called, ho runs the legend, at least, because it supplied Perry with the ballast of rocks for his ships. Perry's vessel had double hulls, and it was between these hulls that the rocks were stored so that the enemy's cannon balls might bury themselves harmlessly in the house were made. The boys had charge of the house planning and Ihe girls the decorating. The second grade at Glendale school have been studying shepherd life. The children gave oral reports on shepherd clothing, homes, food, and other interesting topics. They are making a book of class compositions about the reports given. Carols Hung The primary choir sang Christmas carols every morning this week. They stood around the Christnms tree in the lower hall and sang while classes were assembling. "The Cratehit's Christmas Dinner" was read and discunsed by grade 5B and then the children took the parts of the various characters and enacted Ihe story. A study of fun, humor, wit and laughter contained in limericks wa, made by grade 6B. Interest was added to the study when the teacher read Riley's poems to illustrate the poems and the students composed and read their own limericks. A contest was held between boys and girls of this grade covering the past week's work. "How England Began to Make Colonic." A fhristtnas program, which was "Mother Earth's Christmas'" by Reno Foley and Julius Mettick and "A Christmas Wish" by Jackie Lee (lllman were presented. . A playlet was given with the following children taking part: Martha Babich, Stanley Beaty, Carmellia Caraffa, Louise Baione, Helen Skoff and Nicky Bibich. The program closed with the fifth grade singing carols entitled "O Little Town of Bethlehem," "Silent Night" and "Joy to the World." On the program presented by the sixth grade a poem, "The Christmas . . . Extra Joy . . . YACHT CLUB BOYS in "Doughnuts" CARTOON and NEWS Only 10-25c TONITE and XMAS Continuous Show Xmas 2:00 to 11:00 PALACE SUNDAY AND MONDAY Ocean Water Germicidal There is something in ocean water .hat gives it germicidal qualities A'hich are not found in salt water hat has been compounded to make t a synthetic duplicate of the nat-rat Wider We Wish the People of Clinton and Vicinity A MERRY CHRISTMAS! fi'lt'tuiK and M nil'-d by (he t flit' MI)jlls, Otlth srhnol. (1 ut A VISIT TO SANTA CLAUS LAND By Brandon Walsh J pr I I I .1 I ' I" II m , ,IUHt. Surprise" was given by Marilyn Vastbinder. Two dialogues were presented, one entitled "Hurrah for December." with Gertrude Hayes. Rosle Junte, Teresa Gianottl amd Margaret Varga. The other was entitled "Bantas Little Sons" with Tony Kuisinaa, Eugene Skoff. John Gutin, John Corso, Nick Homacky and Jimmie Maullno. Another poem, "Another Christmas Day." was presented by Dorothy Bibich. A playlet, "Christinas Cruiy Class." was given wlih a cast as follows: Esther Gunnoe, Lillian Kanders. Tommy Jones, Margaret Berto. Jack Priest, Josephine Vino and Arthur Pepelea. The program ended with Ernest -Frigo, Jimmie Mautiuo, Tommy Jones and John Corso singing "Jingle Bells." Thanks Tendered Every grade in Glendale school wrote letters to Mr. Bondl to thank him for the beautiful Christmas tree which he presented to the school. Grade 1 has been studying "The Home" in social studies. The text UBed as a guide is "The Home Social Science for Grade 1" I'sed by the Manitowoc public schools of Manitowoc, Wis., in 1935. This week plans for each room of the TThe aiasic r1. . in " w-tf0 nfi?Pntv- ROA43 ! ' 1 j -rr- " v-' carpet VSI S SESU fiorx. IT'S . y BOOSMT AKy ALMOST (Zj) XWP .UjVP' notneie IL1 Li Umwp?) J: hLi J VlS,TT fti '5 J

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