The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 24, 1936 · Page 12
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December 24, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 12

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The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Thursday, December 24, 1936 Page 12 Painter Held in 5 Fire Deaths NEWPORT. CLUB . rrs? h HOLDS MEETING OPERETTA GIVEN ' BY DANA SCHOOL More Than 100 Children Seen in Performance; Cantata at Methodist Church L - til .the district were unable to attend. Perry8ville lodge presented the Jlana lodge the cup which both lodges won for attendance at the district meeting In September. Rnnta Clnus arrived and presented gifts to the crowd. A covered dish supper was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Church and daughter, Lorraine, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Taul Mack of Hillsdale. School was dismissed Wednesday, Dec. 2S, until Jan. A. Semester examinations were held on Monday. Mrs. Emma Goodwin and Mrs. Home Ec Class Convenes) Birth day Dinner I Given for L. P. Nelson r S3 NICM'POKT. I M -Mm. Mor ft. IIiikt l.pis mttrt:ilnvl tlic rrlft wikwI Ijilorury I'liih Miiiiu.i." evi . ...a At the season when the friendly ejeuni of Christinas celebrations lilil each window in Clinton, the Dreamland Pleasure Club extends best wishes for a happy holiday. IVremher 21. Members reriponiled 'A 3 ft ft I 1 1 to roll call with CliiiKlmus thouKlits s The Huh muiR a nit tnliiT of Christ ,v '(i "lit Maxlne Prossell returned to Dana from Ohio for the winter. inua enrols lueomiiiiiili'cl hy Mrs i l 'V" -r -' V i M U-ls at the piano and Mnrtha and Gladys Jane with their violins. i DREAMLAND Mm. Klin Hall reviewed "Bid the Timers Twinkle Fair." hy Bess Tea Used foi Croquettes Some Orientals use tea as a solid food. The boiled leaves, plus salt, oil, garlic, fat and dried fish are made into crooiuetles. Streeter Aldi'lfh, which was both In turrstlnir and Inypresslve. Duriiii! DANA. Dee. 24. The grade school presented nn operetta nt the community building on Monday night. More than 100 children presented the piny, which was beautifully done In costume. It was directed hy the locnl music teacher, Hairy Bell. The Methodist choir presented the cnntula. "Angels' Tidings," at the Methodist church on Sunday night. The ehurrh was beautifully decorated. There were ahout 20 voices and all wore rohes. The cantata was directed by Mrs. G. W. Mc-Reynolds. Miss John Fravol is on the alck Jlst. Mrs. Robert Carmack remains about the same. Mrs. Edna Barnhart left Sunday for California where she will spend the winter with her sister. Mrs. Orvie Randall left Saturday for California to spend the winter with her brother and family. Miss Ruth Cooke spent the weekend in Danville, III., with relatives. Ijodftc In Meeting Pleasure Club tli aoclal hour delicious refresh mollis were served in keeping with Christmas, after which the usual Performjnce of Duly i Duty faithfully performed, opens the mind to truth, bolh being of one family, alike immutable, universal and everlasting. Christmas Bruit lias was enjoyed. Those present were Mesdames J N. Jones, Mary D. Alkinaii, William Heeler. O. E. Blnshani, Marpuret C'onley. Ella Hall, William Harser H. 8. Hawkins. Nina A. Thomas. .1 William Hoffman (right), house painter, Is shown onder questioning by Assistant District Attorney S. Price at New York where polios are holding him in connection with the rooming-house fire in which five persons died. Police say Holfman's habit of smoking in bed caused the fatal blaze. First Law Under Constitution The first law passed under the Constitution was on the administration of oaths and was signed by Washington June I, 1789. K. Picket I. B. R. Nixon. Williani Myers. W. CJ. Pairett and the Missis Grace Kheiiby. Bess Liuiliani. Nancy tawis. Mary Shipiuun and Kltzalieth Nixon. Clasn in Mi'HiiiK Wild Fowl in U. S. Only nbout 15 per cent of the wild fwl of the United States breeds in this country. The great breeding grounds of the wild continental duck crop are in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The Newport Home Keoiioini, s About 35 attended the open meeting of the Rebekah lodge on Friday night. Guests were from Per-rysvillc and Roekville. Due to the bad weather, several lodges from class met with Mrs. S. .1. Brown Frl dav afternoon, with Mrs. I.cssie Bob, Mr and Mrs. W. C. Wait and Jack Nelson. Those home for the Christmas holidays are li. C. Aiknian. Chicago; Bill Hegarty, Wabash College; lb i-bert Youmans. Maynard Allen. Jack Nichol, Miss Maltha Kllis. Purdue; Miss Helen Mitchell. Ralph Van Vllet, Indiana university; (Jjylunl Barrett. Naval Academy. Anmipol's. Aid., and Irvin Hollingswiirib. Cooper and Mrs. Williani Harper a assistant hostess. The niectin opened by the group singing "Silent Night and "O Utile, Town of Beth lehem. Action of Sap Sap does not rise in a tree in the spring and descend during the fall and winter. It never goes down, but it is nearer the bark in he spring and nearer to the center of the tree in the .ali. I L,.MjiiijijijillliJii8fyy8iyli f !K ft ft ur & ,s tar Iivisiiiric jill I Members answered fo roll (all with "Christmas quotations." The ChriHtmas storv was given liv Mrs Control or Danube Navigation The navigation of the Danube is controlled by an intrnKi'.ionaJ -0. (iraee C. Davis. New officers elected In October were installed by Mrs. G. Parrett.- Uuilni; the buaincs.-meeting it was voted to start the Of all our gifts, none will be finer than having had the pleasure of being of service to you during the past 1 2 months. We thank you for the success you have made possible for us. Constitutional Conventions , The constitutional convention meetings promptly at 2 o'clock an I all members wishing to be enrollel for 1037 are requested to have dues which met in 1802 to prepare the 1 constitution of Ohio was not alone , in not submitting its work to a vote I paid by last of February. Mrs. S. J. Brown, newly elected of the people. Twenty other state j constitutional conventions iiKewise did not submit their documents to ft 1 & m I 1 m i president, announced the study course for 19.'17 would be "Home Management. The business meet Christmas Eve DANCE PERONA'S HALL At Blanford Sponsored by the Blanford Baseball Team Music by Fan-view Garden Orchestra a general vote o,' the respective 1 ft 'A ft ft ft w May we wish you continued success and happiness at this joyous Christmas and throughout the New Year. TONY SCAGGIARI 1245 North Ninth Wishing You and Yours A MERRY CHRISTMAS HAPPY NEW YEAR Blake's Neighborhood Store 404 N. 9th St. ing closed by all singing "Joy to til? World." Delicious refreshments were served and Christmas favois were given to each one. Hand-made gifts were exchanged. The horn? DR. B. H. SELLERS DENTIST 249 South Main Street Clinton, Indiana Radio's Home" was attractively decorated In keep lug with the season. Special guesti were Mrs. William Hegarty, Mis, t W& mS Ml: Wk Sam Rlttenliotise and Mrs. L, It, Stewart. Turkey IHimrr Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Youmsns entertained with a turkey dinner Sun THIMBLE THEATRE Starring Popeye By E. C SECAR I I UCM-in rrl Yftv.i n.nr m I f. . II f . . V day evening at their home. Alter the dinner a Christmas exchange of Vo rvU5C- BOT VvlHrNT ft HORREEBLE lHErRDT!y DOWN ) (AS A THAT (uOVJ, MESELF J STILL A TRV j G0R5H( J VSOUHO? " KINO OP MUSIC rr e-; 7 tr. A : : y : - . . .: y ,:: 1 W VJK ' I U K.f i V ' . 1 "N. h i r-t i ' - jMi-p -)i n ii in i II L.lrid "La -'mm? WA ..3 'I'm gifts was enjoyed with little two-year-old Peitgy Ann Foos as Santa Clans. Various games were enjoyed during the evening. The decorations were In keeping with the holiday season. There was a lighted Christmas tree with all the giftB around it. The guests included Mr. and Mrs Claude Foos, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cramer. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allison. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Foos and daughter. Peggy Ann. Mrs. Thelma Broady and children. Mr. and Mrs. Klrth Yon-mans. Miss Katherlne Nicholson. C.eorge Morehead. Vr. and Mrs. Raymond Anderson. William Rmndy. Mr. and Mrs. Paul ;ruinley of Cayuga and Mr. and Mrs. Nick HuzH-wood of Silverwood. Ilirtlulay lllniicr Mrs. I,, p. N,.ls eiitprlalurd Sunday evening with a dinner in honor of her husband s birth anniversary. Tile Clients were Mr. lulr Mrs. W. G. I'arritfl. Mr. and Mrs W. R. Tlwlggiiifi and son Neal M r and Mrs. J. w. Caritbers and s.m. t MmM( Ml i TILLIE THE TOILER By RUSS WESTOVER I f c- 1 s ii zrsr a. uiaooamt I Di rr ici I I I'M I L Irr-W bnun: tjat if OH, BOY .' THERE'S THE if HETC&EfiT J YEH,You Vl- - V u x -rWr.,j n i . 0i-ia j i ICKJCJW-a CUU. I I. ' KiKJUW i uwniiii t. FOE THE AEEEST I OrTlitic b'LONa AlOWS-WE'E rtONWA f XJ. U -THE.EE'-S THE WCOt-f 7"Sf!r Tl J0P-UXM ZJttSlnr clauewce mac- L it hkeh2.i ,li sokky Loa HlM vurt v r THAT'S OFFlCER- Hova CAM THAT'S swell, I GUESS IT'S PE6SEMT FOR OrT-T ' T iSI 50U6AU. rc THEFT MACS OLD DOG-j I K XZ, ON THE -TREE FOR SOMEBODY HI M everz. THAWK rjit "YOU? t( mmii m Lr jfo? ? f. tan nm wm wm rm wm 1 if iMSE llflSS I I- 'JfJjy-l .:. -.T - .11 I m..,...,.--.,. ! - P ,f M -. .m,.'.W f. 1 C I I C I . F. . .. j. 7'. .f.. DANN DUNN Secret Operative 48 THAT'S TOO IHEV, COOK. WE TMiSTTOKE, BARNACLE" W NOW, GIMp WE'LL GO OOWN I LISTEN, 8ARNACLE.T1 WE CANT TAKE VEH, VOU'RE LISTEN, CULL, WE'RE TURNIN' YOU LOOSE, SEE ? I'M RAD YOU5E RIGHT IBRAT OOWN AN KEEP D I GOT A LOT TO THIS EGG AND TELL WHEN I THROW U I VER EVE ON MER I OF WORK FOR jRI-HM WE'RE GOIN' TO TURN THIS ROD ON HIM 1 NO CHANCER ON JHI'b sendin' mv man aiNP DON'T 5AV BOYS LOOK REGULAR AN' I'D LIKE TO NOTHIN' COUNTERFEITING WE GOT A LOT OF M HER TO DO .-JHIM LOOSE. YOU TAKE HIM IT'LL BE TH' R HERE TO SEE VOL) SftFE ON VER rVSV WE'RE SORRV BUT WE OON'T NOW HE'S IMPORTANT BUSINESS SA iNVWAf ffi-, ABOUT A MILE DOWN THE k END. E ? I TO TALK OVER AND JBEACW TO THAT SWAMP AN' IV LET'S GO 'CI JOIN UP WITH GETTIN Fl RiGHT VOU SORRY I r-f PUBCISHeD II DON T WAN I HtK I Y 'T-l M 'Ht WORK'S-- I V yZ-A p- IN MERE .7": NEED NO MORE HELP AROUND THIS LAYOUT CAUSED l listenin: see i ( oucm - gr vo t nis ft ' -?s ipL- AROUND V-T-, 1st . . YUW i l ! 1 I . . - ' . X S I v. TROUBLE Here's a toasl to 136 for the lessons it has taught us and to 19 37 for ihe opportunity it brings. May happiness be yours this Christmas. NINTH STREET LIQUOR STORE Miss Martha Beard Reno Libei

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