The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 24, 1936 · Page 13
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December 24, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 13

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13 1 Thursday, December 24, 1936 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Success of Seal Idea Dooms "White Plague" THE" f ""g fcrjit iK i w.iaiLi i jar Denim ot the 183(1 seal I I ft & ft 111.1 n !-sliirt' (nil a 'iS'.ilK "iHYC .. .1 - i - -1.,' . ;,JJ tv 1 K. ry li:ipjiiifsh tr you and your liimily CHEEK & SON B. F. CHEF.K HERSCHEL CHEEK I or the kindnesses we have enjoyed from friends, old and new, during ihe past year, we are tmly thankful. It is a pleasure in-tleed lo wish you ull a pleasant holid.iy ami it I lappy New War. ft. ft & ft. ft m ft an CHESTERFIELD BOTTLING WORKS Hi 5. ' I 'if Isr '. ' :;, I Roosevelt opens seal balel'? tit & ' v jpWfi fli, j "-5f, . mmm&tt MtfJ 4k Moan Marsh Kymbollam the iiuivemeiitj .1i p.. 'r.. & BEST IHCS POP. 1 1936 w "Hi s A that the ' annual tuberculosis death rate has dropped from 17U per 100.000 in 19u7 to only 64 today In I!i03 a Danish postal clerk conceived the idea of the Christmas seal as a means of financing construction of a tuberculosis sanatorium Four years later the plaji was launched in Delaware and a year later staged on a nationwide scale under sponsorship of the Red Cross. a m m Back of the current sale of Christmas seula. ton-ducted each yeir during the holiday period, lies an amazing Htory of one of the most successful health crusades in history. Since the idea was launched 19 years ago more than $83,000,009 has been raised to finance the fight against tuberculosis, in United States The effectiveness of this light Is illustrated by health racords whicn show f !,rlsln:a.' would scarcely be complete wilhout expressing our deep appre-c. alien ai ycur patronage and wishing " ,u unci youis the most of Christmas ji.v. and prosperity ih 137. I 3 tmr I i St ar. ft si ' a i B i A UNIVERSAL UMWA pvchuiinert. TliPnpst mwtint; will Ins.' rinist.mis vaeallon with their ho lit Ihn hnmo of Mrs. .lolins. pan-nts. Mr. :ind Mrs. l'ete Toniei. j 4 Miis licna Si'loldo of ChifUK" Is ' The (i and F sowing club met re- visiting h.-r innther, Mrs. Mary DimilJIDV MCCTQ Scioldo. At this Christmas season the first under our new management, may we add thic simple greeting to the many you will receive the best of everything be yours in 1937. fML!!L??ll5 ! HILL. 3 V n "Si ssf. August Vanzo of the CCC camp at Vaveland is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. August Vanzo Sr. Mrs. William Brann and son, Ivl-gar, were in Terre Haute beiGilmour INSURANCE ft ft c St ! fi: Surpr'sc Partv at Scioldo Home; Royal Neighbors Enjoy Chrictmas Party !'N( VUIiiSAL. Dec. 21. Thf La lits' An-illiurv f thf r. M. W. nf A. i AEAD THE ADS vfisa. Jackson Motor Co. LAURENCE JACKSON, Pi op. i fnlHrluiiifnl Ihfir children Monday j)r nii: lit In tlin Kojal NViKnhor hall w ifli a f'hrislinus party. A program ccntly al the home of "Miss Margan't Virus! kn. Luncheon wis served and Christmas gifts were exchanged. ThOHO preseni wprp Mrs. John Van-7.0. Mrs. f'laiencp and Mrs. Frank Bla'nelietil. SurprWe I'arty A ;surpi'i.ip birr ii tl; y parly was given al tin- lioin of Mrs. Mary Sciolilo for her daui'liler. Itni'a. Monday nigli!. (lanirs were played and refreshments served. Miss Sciolilo roceiveil many niw gif'r. Those, presenl were Misses Helen Farriiiglon, Viola Vuiitura. Kalliryn Johnson. Josephine Masn. Minnii' and Mary Fesla, Alice Bozzone and John Mooni'.v. Joe !Soltis, ICriiesI Murketlo, ThoinaH Spurr. Holand Hrann, Alherl Knma, Kvantina Ma sua, .lanms Car'nn and Mali" Maroliln. Mrs. Frank Vanzo assist - Ti!i JT 5. sfes- .t ?T. wh giVHii ii nd refreshments wre Herved. The children r eceivwl a treat from old Santa and KiftH wm ft -xset. si 3k ii'. CHRISTMAS FROLIC A r " ' ' DREAMLAND BALLROOM THURSDAY, FRUDAY, SATURDAY Scioldo. l.Mlgl- Meets Tl.a T,m..,l V.,ivlil,nra lield tlinil- DECEMBER 24-25.26 Feat uring MEL MARVIN AND HI . RADIO ORCHESTRA if- Iter ( f v S JM j t "Sal regular meeting and Christ mas party in their hall Tuesday night. 1 A pot link supper was served and Christmas gifts were evclianged. ' The Hoy Scouts had their Christ- , jg mas party in the basement of the j j! C. B. church Monday night. lie- freshments were served and Christ-nias gifts were exchanged. i jlSi Fred Vunzo is home from North- j jfc western university to visit his par- i enls. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vanzo. 'ft' Km st Marketto. who (is em-i wj! ployed at (;ary. is home visiting his jXi Dancing Thursday from Dancing Friday and Saturday Admission 9 p. m. to 1 a. m. 8:30 p. m. to 12:00 30c Per Person mimm.wmmwm.mwmmm::mm.mmm.m.mm. narents. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence i jr. iSt' 3. a .Marketto. Miss Gladys Foltz and Mr. and Mrs. William Clarkson of Detroit are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foltz and family. They came to attend the funeral of Mr. Clarkson's mother. Mrs. James Clarkson. which as held Tuesday. Mrs. Otis Spurr is visiting her mother, Mrs. Wagner of Brazil, who Is very ill ut tier home. Jim' and Sophie Tomei are spenj- ft fyF7 management ana enure lg staff of Rosenblatt's takes great & ft i -J 1 olc'sure in extending; sincere Bt'w k' Sik , ' "7 Holiday Greetings to all in Ver- I TT, Tl - .i m'l!?mi county. Just a sim.pl.", vjfV r 41 ... V I k ? ft 1 & ft ft ft i ft ft 1 ft ft ft ft 'ft s n Si Best ITishes To Our Many Friends We Extend The Season's Greetings ft i and S Happy New Year 1 ' jif ;J ROSENBLATT'S l g I ! May jty and happiness enfold you and your house-held cu.ing the Christmas season and throughout ihe New Year. This is our sincere wish at the greatest of all holidays. .a I 5. 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