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Wednesday, December 30, 1936 The Dally Clintonfan, Clinton, Indiana Page 2 parents, Mr. and Mrs. John O. In Sent to Gallows by Mother I. C. E. PARTY AT Annual Social Festivities Are gram, near Dana. Itev. Warriner of Indianapolis, formerly of Clinton, gave a talk at the M. E, Church on Sunday in the Interests of the Children's Home in Indianapolis. Itolierl Caldwell of near Dunn received word Saturday of the dealli of his brother, llruee Caldwell, of near Areola, III. Mrs. Ward lleiiiihlnssom received word Chi istinas day of the death of her niece. In Hie southern part of the state ill an auto accident. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miller had Held in Church Basement Christmas Eve (.'ago spent the week end W'lth Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hums. Mrs. Verne WaKgoner and daughter, Nadlne, of Danville, 111., are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Kninia Williams is spending a few days witli her daughter, Mrs. Lou Smoot, and family at Danville, 111. Miss Jessie Morris of Kort Wayne Is visiting her lather. James Morris. Mrs. I.eo Jones is visiting her slater, Mrs. OiuiT Quant, at Indianapolis. Mr. 'and Mrs. John Inrerton spent .Sunday evening witli Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mat has. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd White and children of Chicago and Mr. and Mra. Arthur Maims and son of Richmond were railed to Dana by the death of F. W. Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reedy of J.h-t'ayette are visiting willi the for mer's parents, ltev. and Mrs. (I. : Reedy, Itev. and Mrs. Harry flell of 'i:i-' comics spent a few days here pn, . to Christmas. Harry Hell, music Instructor, their son, returned Iii.ih,' with them for the Christinas holidays. Rev. and Mrs. O. S. Reedy, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reedy and Miss Ruth Cooke spent Christmas evening In Danville, III., and visited Sunset. Memorial park. . '; , 30.- Deimhor 11N1VEHSAL, The Iirtermiediate Christian En- donvor of the U. B. church held lis (laughters, .Madeline and Norma, spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs. Martha DoKgctt. Mrs. ,loi' Himto and Mrs. Clair WnjH'tiiii'r at tended funeral services tor Clmil Ci'i'i-ii ut Indianapolis 'I litirniliiy. Mm. v illi:i in Hlue, who suffered ;i tl.ild' of panilVMls recently, is niiiMvliut lielter. Iiiki ph. Itiiliert and Charlotte Mc-Iw'Miiii n m 1 1 1 from Thursday until Mi.nday with their rather, Henry MrKenwn, at SprliiKfleld, III. Howard lliiffniau of Jamestown Mi' in the week end with Mr. and Mrs, oilii mil. Mi. and Mis. Oliver I'hlllips spent Friday with Mr and Mrs. Clyde De-I'llina at Ti'ire llanle. Mi mid .Mrs. Wlllard Callnliiie ami ehildren of Dunville, 111., spent Tliurmlav and Friday with Mr. anil Mrs. WiHidfiird (ialhihuo and Mrs. Alaprie Warner. Mr. "lid Mrs. flair WaKgoner I'penl Christmas day with Mr. and Mis, Cllilide W'aRRoner. Mi' and Mrs. Prank Madias and Mr. anil Mrs. ci,.n WVIls of Montl- HOME IS BURNED annual Christmas party In the church basement Christinas eve. Oaines were played, refreshment served and gilts exchauRed. Those present were Helen Kairn. Marie Martin, Lesta and AnnahelH Griffith, Violet and Dorothy Chapa-lear, Margeret McVay, Mary Sut'lita Velraa Pence, Florence Trunko, Ida Mae Berrisford, Ruth Ann limine! Maxlne and Lucille FoltK, Rdwlh Oriffith, Floyd Ulnmel, Albert Chap-Blear, Charles McVay, Henry Drake Harold and Jack Briscoe, Raymond Spurr, Richard Lark, James and Robert Lewis, Clarence Mooney, Edward Hardle and Arthur Padish. N0RTHJF DANA Christmas dinner with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas and sons of Lawreiicevllle, HI., are spending Christmas vacation witli Mr. and Mrs. Fred licit and other ivlatives. Mr. and Mrs. II. Hooker and family of Terre Haute spent Sunday with (leorge Hunt and Paul Malone and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Howard anil son Earl spent Christmas day in Tangier with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Osmon of California are visiting the former's Farm House Destroyed; Another Blaze Put out Saturday With Small Damage If S ,'". 1 ' ' J ) r . (olln spent Thiirlii nn.l ou,. 10c WED.-THURS. 25c DAN'A. Dee. 30 Fire destroyed a farm house on property owned by lllehard II. Ellis five miles north of Dana Thursday. The house Is on the farm that is known as the old Henderson homestead. Mr. Kills discovered the tire about 10:30 as he was returning homo. It started in t lie attie and spread rabidlv from with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Presslor and eliUdreii of Kankukee, 111., spent ""' " ""'1 with Mr. and Mrs. 'ieiirne Maihns. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shulte and Raymond Johnson of Gary spent Christmas with his mother, Mrs. Mury Johnson. Raymond Lord of South Bend visited his father, Wllhtrd Lord, and hla grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lord. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lord spent Christmas with hiB parents also. . UeorKe Mandlsh, who is employed t (iary, Bpent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mandish. "iiililn n or fioodeiiKw. HI., are vis !'l)" Mr. and Mrs C. n. Selmlte, seriously ns iiiirneo Crirrith Is III with pneumonia. parent,. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Osmon. during the holidays. Misses Georgia Thompson of Ha-gerstown, Marie Igo of Richmond. Catherine floforth of Kenlland. Mary Helt of Craw.fordsville and Charlotte McReynolds, all teachers, are spending their vacation with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Malone and family spent CJiristmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dicken and family. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rohm and Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Rohm of Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gilbert and daughter Harriet of Decatur. Mrs. William Norris of Rnrlrvilio Coke end John Brite (1. to r.) are shown as they left Yreka, Cal., court for Folsom prison after hearing gallows sentence for triple murder. TIih Brite boys were surrendered to police by their mother who la.d claim In $500 reward offered for their capture. unl Mrs. Mariraret Broderlek snent with Mr. and Mrs. John Thiinid. N'orrla. Mrs. Union Hnuula and son, Mike, the Inside as the building contained a fire proof roof. Mr. Ellis and neighbors saved most of the furniture and most of the equipment of llieir farm electric light plant. The building loss was partially covered by Insurance The Ellis family moved to a vacant farm house across the road' ' l''ire Kiiturdny Slight damage was done by" fire in the roof at the home of Walter N'ieh-ols on the .lack I.ance farm 3 V2 miles northeast of Dana on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Nichols discovered the blaze while going to the were home for over Christmas. Richard Bpurr of the C. C. C. ' "" I'ren Hnworth of camp at Wnveland spent Christmas iinoii,.!iiedale. Mr. and Mrs. Roseoe Pone .Hid daughter, Peggy Ann, ,)f Newport, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Bpurr. , .ifj were Wll- i.iaciirord and son, Charles, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ham Crart Christ man rlnv liT--- Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Oosnell of spent Christmas with COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday Danville. Hi., relatives here ents, Mr. and Mrs. fiahor Talent Sr. Mr. and Mis. Frank Peine anil children, Vrlma and Davy Leo, ol" (Jury, spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. tilmur l'oiuo und Frank Kin-caid. Mrs. Albert Kvans and sun, Ani-bro spent Christmas in Chicago with her children. George Soltls of (Iary was here visiting his parents, Air. and Mrs. John Soltis Sr. Vein Cray of Clary railed on friends here Christmas. Mazie Wallace of Detroit was here visiting her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Jon Wallace, John Amhro of the C. C. C. camp at Angola, was here visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Amhro. M iss Pa ii 1 i tie a ml M r. a nd M rs. Domentck (iiacoletti of Chicago were of the C. C. C. caitip at aveland spent Chrislmas with (heir paivntn. Mr. and Mrs. Aui',u ano, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis;. Mr. and Mra. Pete CuKlielnieiti and son, Krank, spent Chrislmas with Mrs. Cui'liehnettl'H mother, Mrs. Hon i no of Dunsonville, 111. Tony Vereulio or Clary spent Christmas with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. fiert Vereolio. Miss Viola Vantura has Koue to Joliet, III., to visit her mother, Mrs. Angelo Sacraro, and Mr. Saccaro. Klmer CJriffilhs of Ohio spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin Ciiiffiths and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newland und daughter, Harriett, spent Christmas with relatives in Monroe, (). John Massa of Clary spent Chrirl-mas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Maf.sa. 'Mr and Mrs. Joe Criss of Chicago visited Mr. Criss' father, Mike Cliriss, Christmas, Mr. and Mrs. William Higglus and datitshter, Delores, of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs, Charles Higgins of Iowa wera guests of Mr. and Mrs. Iurenc Murketto and family and also Mrs. Charlua Ferguson of west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Rrunn had as their guests Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Albert liruiin of Indianapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hrann of Marshall, III. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spurr Sr. had as their Christmas guests Mr. und Mrs. lllll Richards and family, Herbert Spurr of pontine, .Midi., Mr, and Mrs. John Padish nud family! "Safari Met A Lady" with BETTE DAVIS WARREN WILLIAM yard Tor a bucket of water. Neighbors assisted in extinguishing the flames. It is though flying sparks from the flue started the fire, "Wedding Miss Alice Irene Ingram, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John O. Ingram, near Dana, became the bride of Forrest It. Barker, son of County Recorder and Mrs. Barker of Newport on Wednesday, December 23. The ceremony was at the bride's home Arter a wedding trip to Ohio the couple will reside In Newport. Mrs. Albert l.incTer of Idaho, formerly Miss Cladys Ingram, Is visiting during the holidays with her L- " ClaiM. putt Mr. and Mrs. James Cites and son. I'nul. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clles and daughter. Venetta, of Hillsdale. Mr. and Mrs. Reeee Johns and children and Chnrles Adams and daughter. Vivian, spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. oils Spurgeon. The Misses Corlnne and Mary Ellen Itnullen of Indianapolis, spent Christmas with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Itonllen. . Mrs. Clara MrKenwn spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith and children at Column. Mr. and Mrs Paul Iluriis of Clil- TREVOR HARWELL ARLINE JUDGE EVELYN VE N ABLE J. Edward BROMBERG DEAN JAGGER Comedy "I LOVE TO SINGA" m here viMLiiiR Mr. and Mr-i. Charles 10c and 15c COMEDY and NEWS Ciaeuli'lti and family. Mrs. Uncijis of Chicago is her v i k I c i n k h''i" husband, Charles Ruu KiH. William Brann and daughter, Mil 7A (li'i'd, who are rooming in Terrr or Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Pudlsli vlslt- ra Mr. Podish'a parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Paul Padish. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Katun or Terre Haute apenl Friday evening with hla parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Eaton, and relatives. t John Hardle spent Clitlstmas with his parents,' Mr. and Mis. Kilwarrt Hardle. Jim Marketto of B.-itlsbiirg, Pa,, spent Christmas with bis puieiilh Mr, and Mrs. Laurence Markeiio. .. .Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mil siinr wore here from. Jollut and visited MONTEZUMA HAS SPECIAL SERVICE WHintfe llanle, spent Chrislmas with hi family. Miss Marl ha Johns and cousin Until Senii i.f Chicago, were her-vinilln .Miss John's parents, Mr and Mrs. David Johns. Lnrtne John of Clinton also spent Chrislmas will her parents. M r. a n d M r:?. V i ht i I Ma rt i n a n a p er Presbyterians Celebrate Paying Of Mortgage j Rockville Choir Appears FOR EVERY PURPOSE MONTF.ZUMA. Doc 30 Special ;i(?rvk:es were In M al the Presfoyiori-:in Hnnvh Sunday evening celelirut iiiK the paying of the rliureh mort-::i;;e. Itev. W. F. Smith of Rockville Afisi.steil l.v Rev. Cur Hatfield. i't'f.'ii lar ni iitif-ter. wan in r harte of I he rerviees. Muni' was furnished hy the choir of the Presbyterian hiihy daiicliter, Martha .lean, o' Mnncie, Fpent Christmas with Mrs Isabel le Karri iiKt on and daughter Helen and Mr. anl Mrs. Hernial Martin and damrhtr-r, Marie. Tie Martins visited in Illinois Safnrd.-iy M r. ;i n d M rs A'ietor U ors tint son. Uohl.ie. r .awreni-eville, III. spent Christ with her parent:-liussell V fJi of Danville. Til. :; over Christmas with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Mfesnii-r, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe David and family. Miss 'Mary Festa of Chicago spent Christmas with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Fino Festa. Mrs. Anna Econie and family of Benell, 111., visited her mother, Mrs. Anna Davitto. Mr. and Mrs. William Starey went to Whiting to attend the funeral of Clarence Neal. Clarence Mooney and Jack Brls-co of the C. C, C. camp at Rising Sun spent Christmas with their' liarents. ' i 1 . Gabor Takat, who is. attending Ball State College of Muncle, is here f pending his vacation with his par- For: Banquets Reunions of his pan nts. also y church from rtoclvviHe. Mr?. M, C. Montgomery and dan filler, lioris .!nn. spent fMirist-mas willi Mr. Moiitpomery at Mil-lord, 111. Mm. Charles Mlacl;ford and son. Charles, are spending this wepi with n Flemings (if i;arv spen! her parent'i, Mr. and For: Picnics Dinners Lodges Home Use 's with finer Per with n co. fll mnl wwiihii iwmilUM nipt m.mm iw.wii mwmmm m Mmnnm Vs I ... - Mr. nhickl'oid who is employed at ... and Mis Joe Font a of Chlcapo visKed with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Kino Kesto. August Vanzo aiwi Jimmy J.ewia Shelbyville. Mr. and Mm. Raymond Smith and Socials Scenery A IPalaee ITiaeaf e? It's a RIOT FINAL TONITE We Have Installed a "Jiffy Re- Winder Clean, White Newsprint in Convenient Rolls No Cores to Carry! No Deposits Required! n 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. Rolled to Your Order IN ANY AMOUNT 10 Yards Equal One Pound Paper Is 34 Inches Wide 2 lbs. 25c To be sure ihat a roll of the size you will require will be waiting for you, we suggest that you call The Daily Clintonian, Phone 41 or 11 7, and order paper from the Jiffy Re-winder in advance. -3 EXTRA JOY tT6f inC0L0R7 MARCH of TIME CARTOON and ONLY 10-25c NOTICE! Special Midnite Show New Year's Eve at 11:00 P. M. Johnny TARZAN ESCAPES" Weissmulkr and Maureen O'SulIivan, in ' TSie Daily Qietoeiae By Edgar Rice Burroughs.