The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 24, 1936 · Page 10
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 10

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Thursday, December 24, 1936
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Page TO The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Thursday, December 24, 19SG WM WvH ma aw mmmmmmmmmmmmm 0. t v ' frt & Behind the Seen ;1 nam-mi u- t rr ..7,r r," "i i In PL Willi' .r iwia:s- fUi w HOLLYWOOD oletion of the jury. The exceptions state that the motion was not In proper form at tile time the dismissal was made; that tiie motion of dismissal is not. in proper form for Hie action of the court, nnil for the reason thai Hie defendant stands -ead I'm- trial ami is Insisting upon a trial being hail. That a jury was ailed for the purpoi f hearing tin cause, and th.if the cause can no', he dismissed upon the million of tin iirnsei utiiifi attorney for Hie state ol Indiana, anil the court setlins in the cause withtm! the consent of Iho de By HARRISON (AKHOI.I. Cupvrigllt, llWb, King Fealun'ii KymllrtUR, lur. HOIJ,YWUOD At Adrian's dinner for Mary Garden, the Cole Porters, etc., Uie idea of returning to the concert stage. Sale was a shrewd business num. The llgurea aren't definite, but his estate is said to have been not less than a quarter of a million dollars. fendant, hy Alter 1 lefemlinil Ir represented ey K. .1. Dudley, Newport. A ; S vi n I i 3. y . . . Btyle designer topped off the meal by having large tinger-bowls put I n front of the guests. Floating in each was a gurdenia and, beneath that, was an u n-opened oyster shell. Sharp knives were provided and 0. To our Irirnils lhroui;liou Clinton and ihe sur-extonds sincere i;ood roiiiulini' terrilory Nation s Skunk Cabbage Honey Honey made from the lowly skunk cabbage blossom is not impaired by the odor ol the plant, says Nature Maga.iue. May there be no discordant note in your Christmas carul and may 1937 see the fill holiday season and n aiirrrisltil wishes for a cheery New Year. Thi fillmenl of all your fondest desires, is our holiday wish. Did you ever stop to figure out how tough it will be for posterity to point to any one house In Beverly Hills, and say: "this is where Robert Taylor or Greta Garbo lived" ? Taylor is now about to lease the house just vacated by Nelson Kddy. Greta Garbo's present address once was that of Jeanette MacDonnld and, before that, of Neil Hamilton. Maureen O'Sullivan's place was originally built by Marie Prevost, who rented it to Garbo and then to the Basil Rathbones before Maureen came along. Elizabeth Allan's apartment has been home, at one time or another, to Charles Laughton, Frances Drake and Jean Parker. The house where Ted Healy and all the stooges used to live is now oecupietl by a studio electrician. In case of a party, of course, it's very convenient. Nobody ever has to ask where the bathroom is. They've all lived in the house. Mary Garden 3 I 1 IS i s i The Name "Fraeieel" The name "Fraezeel" is French derived from the Teutonic, and means frizJed hair, curiy liuir. the somewhat mystified diners pried open the shells to discover in each oyster a pearl. Only the Japanese cultured variety, of course, but the celebs got a thrill out cf making the discovery. SWeads i at ."a Market Getting Out of Difficulties If people who are in a diflieulty will only do the first little reasonable thing which they can clearly recognize ns reasonable, thev will '0. s always lind the next step more easy both to see mid take. Butler role or not, the Powell mustache remains Intact in "The Last of Mrs. Cheyney". Bill was willing to shave it, but M. G. M. made a last minute discovery that settled the matter plenty fast. There is a clause in the Powell contract, forgotten by all until the moment, which says that if Bill is called upon to shave off his mustache it shall constitute a breach of contract. III UrMIMIIIIUll ! Here and there in Hollywood. . . . The pals of Mary Blackford are not forgetting her. They'll put on a Christmas program at the Berry sanitarium in Van Nuys where the former ingenue is still trying to recover the use of her paralyzed iimbs. Paula Stone will be mistress of ceremonies in the show. . . . Eleanore Whitney and Johnny Downs play brother and sister in "Clarence". . . . ----- Sb,,.-' .-fl" ; M . M M$ fell M v "t-tA-.f ;r-J tlSfisJh , l.r,.,fi--....i..M-r &: '.r , i Life holds nothing more to be cherish- f &) i Ll k'i ed than the spirit of the Christmas Sa IJ p-fAO 'glS Y -season. In deepest gratitude for your !. : ' f 3-J kindnesses, during the past year Pen- J ..- fA, i ney' say: "Merry Christmas to you, X ff Jf o cj rl Beverly Hills had a mad dog scare over the weekend, but it ended up in laughter. The suspected animal was John Barry-more's huge mutt, which is half St. Bernard and half police dog. Terrorized residents reported to , the actor that the dog was tearing around the neighborhood and .growling ferociously. Luckily, before they shot the animal, Barry-more made a discovery. During the actor's absence to answer a telephone call, the dog had wolfed part of a bowl of very hot chili. A pail of water soon calmed him ' down. After two days of crying scenes for "Call It a Day", Olivia de Havilland d e-veloped hysteria and had to be sent home. . . Ketchum, Idaho, is the newest resort to Intrigue the celebs. Carole If the bumps of the past year have seemed a little rough, it is our sincere hope that the happiness of the Christmas season will stay with you during every day of 1937. n a i .a m w Olivia Lombard la De Havilland planning a trip there for the winter sports. Mary Carlisle is another. . . . Mary Young, managing director of the Copley theater in Boston, is in town until after the holidays. She is writing a play with Arthur Stringer. ! You Asked Me and I'm Telling iYou! Mrs. Pauline Ellis, Chicago: None of Chic Sale's children show any present inclination to follow him to the screen or stage. Cherry, . the oldest, is in New York studying music. . Charles, Jr., has been taking an agricultural course at 'Davis and his twin sister, Mary, : hasn't any acting ambitions either. The youngest boy, Dwight, is only i about 10. j Mrs. Sale, who used to be a violinist before her marriage to the comedian, plans to resume her study of music, but not with any Si is 0. $ 0. 0. 0. JB M til 4s it V. i m 5& 0. 011 CLINTON BOWLING ALLEYS Today's Puzzle: What actor (sometimes he plays heavies), nearly got himself thrown out of a studio barber shop the other day when he asked the man shaving him please not to breathe when leaning close to his face? Hillsdale High School Items ummwmwmmi'mmmmmimmm lege: Florence douse, and Lucille McDowell. These girls are all graduates of Hillsdale high school. Arvine t'osta, formerly of Went Tene Haute, is a new member of the eighth grade class. Hillsdale basketball team plays Montezuma here Wednesday night, December 2.'i. Ricauda Stages i k jPENNEY'Sj a n (7 COURT NEWS NEWPORT, Dec. 24 L. A. has tiled exceptions in Vermil lion circuit court to the dismissal of and Baptist Ricauda Agent for SINCLAIR PRODUCTS Wish You The junior class play was a greitt success Wednesday IiiKht. and a arse crowd altemlcd; I he larirtl crowd tor a junior class pby in years. Both of the local teams dclValt-i! Scotlland with a comparatively eay victory in tile local Kyni Friday night. Seinestx," exams were Monday ami Tuesday. School will he dismissed Wednesday, December 23, until January 4. "Susannas' Christmas Auction." the grade school operetta, will he presented "Wednesday. December at 1:30 p. m. in the Hillsdale gym. Commercial arithmetic will be given next semester since advanced algebra is given only one semester. The seniors will study English literature during the second semester. Visitors for the -past week "Were Hessie. June Simmerman, who is attending Indiana State Teachers' Col It-... -L-,"? Ul IWIIIBH the criminal cases ngainsf him. which was scheduled for trial Wi-dnesday. Huffman was charged in Vermillion circuit court with violation of the state fertilizer law by selling cans of Plant N. R. !. a material containing fertilizer ingredients that did not have attached a tag or label of purchase from the slate chemist as required by law. A jury was caled to hear the case Wednesday, and the cause was dismissed by Prosecuting Attorney Robert K. (luinn. pending the com- 3 i n CHRISTMAS JOY and a PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR r hi iJko I Happu IwYm 1 I ' trupt thdt evelT material thinp jou wish f- " 3 .. ; J ,I,1S Christmas to bring will be yours and in f .... If-V I addition the blessings of Health, Happiness fW 'X -V'H- iff: ar.d Success. In the true friendly spirit that - 4 dominates the whole world at this time, we ijl 0 I extend our wishes for a delightfully happy ' ' S I CITIZENS STATE BANK I CLIKTON urwpnnr r ,4 1 'ity . Vr A w i if I I 1 May every home in Clinton be brightened by the good cheer of the season. May this Christmas be one of hopes realized happiness attained and success in fullest measure. I With Christmas, the greatest of all holidays, and a New Year before us, we join in the good wishes of the world. May all the things you dreamed of in 1936 come true in 1937. s 5 'a Ukl) ALLEN A. WILKINSON Lumber Co. !' MAI c?a Vermillion BeverageCo. HOMER L. MITCHELL, Prop. it v..

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