The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 29, 1936 · Page 2
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December 29, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Tuesday, December 29, 1936 The Daily Clinlontan, Clinton, Indiana Page 2 peached Just goes to show a man never knows how to please the House of Fire in Madrid NEWPORT MAN NEWS RECEIVED FROM HILLSDALE GETS MARRIED Behind the Scemk lOLLYUJOODI There Ik iiii American Standard of I'ei fiction. Dorr't forget that when you make your New Year's resolutions. Rev. H'.ks Conducts NuptiaU For Fcrtest Barker, Irene Ingram NKWl'CRT, Ike. Miss Iren.' By HAKKISON AHKOl.L npvrtglit, ISM, HtBff tValiireft hynijirkl. Inc. HOLLYWOOD These Changing Scenes Jnnet Gaynor Is waiting l.aiii:h day: If a man think he's iiolhln' hut an old Jackass, chances are Ihul he ain't as much of u foul as he thinks. wig. a big blue velvet bow at hla neck, a short-skirted dancing costume and silk open-work hose. Mincing along, he puts It on for the girls. lie greets hla sonr Dun, with a wiilo grin. lion is a strapping football player on the U. C. L. A. squad Joe himself ails on the bench with the Utys every game. For a rib. 1 ask him: "What do you suppose the boya would think of you now ?" It Is Don, though, who comes buck fust. "Yeah," he flips, "And what would they think of me 1" to do a scene in "A Star la Horn". It la to be In technicolor but ant la dressed In quiet hues. An evening guwn of oyster- white a trill with orchid decora I icrnni. niiio:esl daushter of Mi-si;.! Mis John !. Iiicram. became i he bride i r Forrest flnrker. son of Mr. and Mrs lleiile Barker of N'ew-pori. Wednesday evenlna at o'clock lit the home Of Hie bride tour miles north nest of Dana. Ilev. Hicks, pastor of Hie Hopewell rhuicli, performed the ceremony. i'kIiil' the sinple vine ceremony. .Mis. Darker Is a sraduute of CONE! THE HIGH COST OF STOMACH TROUBLE Don't pay 2.Gn fo $5.00 for relief from stomach palnR. Indigestion, hvperueidliy. Try Dr. Kmil's Ailla Tablets -3 weeks' treatment only $1. Relief or your money back, l'owell's I'hanuacy. Adv. W'ti '.Jfk. & j Janet la sup- Janet (laynor POISQ IU IJQ breaking Into r New-prut Hish School ilh the class of :tC and Mr. Barker with the class of '.1:1. For the present they will live at the home of Mr. Barkers' parents. A thne course chicken dinner was served to the following guests: Ilev. and .Mrs. Hicks and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Bertie Barker and daughter. Hazel. Miss Elma Wal-thal. Mr. and Mrs. John O. Ingram DR. B. H. SELLERS DENTIST 249 J South Mb in Strca , Clinton, Indian On the "Pick Me a Star" set at Hal Roach, they are using about 100 dress extras In a cafe scene. This is big news at a comedy studio. But the old order changes at Roaches. "Pick Me a Star" will cost around $750,000 and has a nine weeks' schedule. The old two-reelers used to be made In rrom five days to a week. On this particular day, Director Ed Sedgewick is developing a comedy routine between Jack Hulev and CullV Richards. Jack Xlr lil ...."V-. 'a-.:.;..:.... .i.,t..;. the movies. This scene is in the wardrobe department of a studio. A Hollywood style designer ia creating costume for several girls. Rex Evans plays the role with only a alight touch of swish. He Is a big, blond man, not the usual movie idea of a mule dressmaker. He ia wearing an inconspicuous gray suit-On the set Is Omar Kiam. a real Hollywood style designer, who did the clothea tor the picture. He looks even less like the popular conception of a dressmaker. He is not at all fussy doesn't go in for ptaatic poses. I M. E. Aid to Hold Next Meeting January 6; Many Gueiti for Chrutmai HILLSDALE. Tfte. f Tba M. E. Aid Society will meet with Mm. Strauder Short on t lit- afternoon ol January t. Sam Mfllone and wife of Tem-Haute apent Ch Malum!-, with Mrs. Malone'ii sister. Mrs. Mill M l uriy and lint hand. Dan Short of Ihe I' C. I'. cnii near Turtey Hun sieni a tew days with bin parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Ktraudcr Short. Hobcrt James and wife enter-liilnod about thirty miesls Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. James Inpram and aon, Homer, wont to Rvansvllle to spend Christmas with their son. Robert and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mack entertained thirteen pnests on Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs, Tim McCarty spent Christmas day with friends In Fair-view Park. Junior HardeHiy, who is with the civilian corps at Klslne; Sun spent a few days with his mother, Mrs. Marion Hardesty. Miss Lorene Douglas, who is employed In Terre Haute, spent Christmas with her aunt, Mrs. Pristine Smith, and husband. Fred Church of Hammond Is rpendiug a week with his sister and brothers of Hillsdale, Dana and Fair-view Park, Mrs. Mary Luce Is spending the holidays with her daughter, Mrs. Mort Ruby, In Terre Haute. Mlsa Mona Garlinghouse, employed at Terre Haute. Is spending her vacation with relatives here. Carl Martin and wife of Indianapolis spent Friday with his broth A raging fira followed the explosion of an aerial bomb on this Madrid dwelling house, one of the many destroyed by a rebel air raid. In the foreground resident of the house is shown attempting to salvage somi household belonging Dr. G. R. McGUIRE Chiropractor X-ray Servfc. Palmer Gradual 888) Black man Street. and our several desllnles can be molded to suit our purpose. Rene niher: A self-made man is not a dream; there are many realities and there would be more. THE HOMETOWNER To Love and Live and Let Live Not having to appear oetore a technicolor camera, he can afford to have a little color in his clothes. He wears a brown coat, brown tie, gray trousers and brown suede ahoes. Whether by coincidence or not, he doesn't even look at Evans. . . Just like a couple of real designers The fact that Gomez has been im- is working as a bus boy in the cafe, but he has told his family and nls girl that he Is going big in Hollywood. In this scene, his girl has showed up at the cafe and in desperation. Jack goes out on the floor and pretends to be a part of Cullj Richard's act. The routine, with Richards trying to sing and dance and with Haley stumbling after him, Is ao funny the extras are all laughing. For a topper, Richards throws Haley off the floor. A pair of. waiters are there to grab him. and sons, flair and John, and the I riJe and groom. The decorations were in pink and white. Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Hawkins were ;n Chicago from Thursday until Sunday, guests of Dr. Hawkins parents. Hi v. and Mrs. S. S. Aikman of Indianapolis came Thursday to ipend a few days with Mrs. Mary A. Aikman and family. Miss Mary Joe Harvey of Indianapolis i:i spending the Christmas holidays vith her uncle, John C. Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Nixon and family spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Earl White and family near Dana. on the same set. ICKS LAUNDRY AND BRY CLEANING There is a lot more to conquest Ihan appears on the surface. If Germany should send troops to Spain, it would be eiit i rely a German conquest. But you American readers don't forget that this is likely to effect you more than is apparent on the surface. The ominous warning. "Crime does not pay," is adaptable to war. because neither does WAR. It is we the people who are going to suffer greatest should worse come to worst. Janet thinks Kiam has done a fine job on her clothes. And she la jubilant about getting to dress up for once on the screen. I ask her how she likes technicolor. "I think It Is very flattering to me," she says. "I believe It would be to anybody." ' This is the growing impression In Hollywood. At first, every one Was frightened to death about color, aa they were about sound. But it leoks now as If very few players will not be able to meet the demands of the new They take the scene. It goes great until the finish. Richard's shove has too much steam. Haley crashes into a table and knocks an extra man over backwards. The scene ia apparently ruined but, doing some split the extra gets Robert Stokes en-a turkey dinner There were thirty- Mr. and Mrs tertained with Christmas day. ioo union r i v. V WAT ' j Jack Haley Resigning oneself to the inevitable does not apply to men and womeii of today. Because this world second thinking, Work Called For and Delivered to his feet and, like an indignant patron, demands: "What's the idea." The rest pick up the cue and the eight present. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Parrett and daughters. Martha and Mary Eleanor of Indianapolis, and son, Gay-lord, of Annapolis, Md., spent the week end at Urbana. III., guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Miles and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pickel spent Christmas at Muncie, returning to Newport on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fillinger and family of Indianapolis. Mr. and MrB. William Myers and baby of Perrysville and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Myers and family of Hartford scene goes on to a finish. A group of Fanchon and Marco chorus girls are limbering up before a routine in the Joe E. Brown picture, "When's Your Birthday?" They suddenly stop their exercises and scream with laughter. ' Joe E. Brown has just come on the set. He is disguised as a chorut girl. He wears a blonde Clinton Agencies; Thanks to the smart extra, JacK Byron, It's a funnier finish than they had planned and will probably stay in the picture. City were guests Christmas day of Mr. and Mrs. William Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Polls entertained with a turkey dinner Christmas day. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Hegany and family.. Mrs. Jennie Hegarty and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Loclilidge of near MRS. C. C. DICKS 945 Elm Street Phone 285-W . CRANE'S .117 South Main Street Dana. Haute visited relatives here Thursday. Frank Pcarman of dary is visiting relatives and friends here. r disposing of personal property. The plaintiff also asks for $75 preliminary attorney fees. The couple was married July 20, 1 1 9 and separated December ,24, 1::6. Mrs. Kyle is represented by Attorneys Winfield M. Fox of Terre Haute and Homer Ii. Ingram, Newport. er, Richard, and family. Herald Mack, who is attending Arsenal Technical school in Indianapolis spent Christmas with his parents and will return to school January 4. Mra. Mary Vinnedge of Montreal and Mrs. Daisy Butgen of Chicago are spending Christmas with their mother, Mrs. Southard. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Mitchell of . Indianapolis are visiting Mrs. Mitchell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Strauder Short. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Russell spent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Russell' ft Newport. Mrs. Lohrman is visiting her son, Ernest, and family this week. Robert Collier and family of near Dana had Chrlstmaa dinner with B. H. McCarty and family. Mrs. Clifford Soard of Dana called on Mra. Earl Pearson Sunday afternoon. Ralph Jones Is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Don Jones of Chicago are visiting relatives here. Oscar Wlmraer and family of Paris, III., spent Christmas with his mother, Mrs. Esther Wimmer. Charles McCarfy, who is attending X. 8. T. C. In Terre Haute is visiting home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pearson of Daytona Beach, Fla., are sper.dlnK TO While ape jf COURT NEWS NEWPORT. Dec. 2 Cledilh Kyle of (iinloli township has liled suit in Vermillion circuit court seeking a separation of bed and board from Joseph Kyle on grounds of habitual cruelty. plaintiff asks for the custody of their three children. Donna, IB, John, 12 and Joseph, Jr., S, together with 2 per week support. An affidavit for Injunction and support was filed with hearing set for December .'il at II a. m. The affidavit asks for a restraining order for the protection of the children, and that he be restrained from FOR EVERY PURPOSE We Pay 5c per pound for large clean Cotton ElagS. Daily Clintonian. Christmas with Mrs. Pearson's mother, Mrs. Earl Miligan, and fam f-X-4 -A' ily. Mrs. Pearson was formerly Miss Treva Garlinghouse, For: Picnics Dinners Lodges Home Use For: Banquets Reunions Socials Scenery Carl Johnson and wife and .Mrs. Paul Johnson and daughter, Bettl went to South Bend Christmas eve to spend Christmas with relatives. Harold Haraersiey, who is em ployed In Chicago, Is spending the holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Haimersley. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mayfleld of Terre 1) h We Have Installed a "Jiffy" Re- Winder Clean, White Newsprint in Convenient Rolls No Cores to Carry! No Deposits Required! you're safe on CONCRETE 1 wmmmmmmmammmmm Karanovich FUNERAL jHl HOME g ffVM 24-Hour jflff AcSuIance 1 I Service JU I Phone 1 165 532 S. 4 th St To be sure that a roll of the size you will require will be waiting for you, we suggest that you call The Dally Clintonian, Phone 41 or 117, and order paper from th Jiffy Re-winder in advance. Rolled to Your Order IN ANY AMOUNT 10 Yards Equal One Pound Paper Is 34 Inches Wide 2 libs 25c Save wear and tear on linen. Just use clean, white paper on the tables at your next organization dinner. It costs only a few cents and may be burned afterward. Try it once. That's all we ask. Concrete, smooth but non-skid, insures a quick, certain stop even in the rain. Blowouts, spring breakage, steering gear failures, accidents of all kinds are less apt to bap-pen on concrete. Yet concrete is not only safe it is more comfortable it saves in driving costs it costs less for upkeep and cost of construction is less than that of any other pavement of equal AT night you appreciate con-I- crete all the more because its light gray surface helps you see down the road. Light is spread without vgjossy" reflection. Pavement edges are clearly defined. Concrete meets the ideal for a ravement as denned by the oternational Illumination Congress of 1 928. This is important to you because surveys show that the rate of death per accident is 43 per cent higher during darkness. load-carrying capacity. The Daily Gletomam (Si PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 610 Merchant' Bank Bldg., Indianapolis, lod. A national organization of engineer anU scientists, working in LibtraUtry and ftvld to improve and extend the mes of concrete.

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