The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 31, 1936 · Page 2
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December 31, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Thursday, December 31, 193G The Daily Clinlonfan, Clinton, Indiana Page 2 day guestB of Mr. and Mrs. Sain Johnson. Mrs. Agnes Rohannon and son of A' JO JONESTOWN U. B. GIVES PROGRAMS FAIRVIEV PARK CORRESPONDENCE Clinton were Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Bohannon. m i m tmM i m m m aavi mH m am i m m m R, S. Boliannon is lonllni'd to his home with Illness. Many Guest Entertained During Ray Russell of Newport aa the Children Receive Treav; Cantata Is Presented at Church Wednesday Night Mr. and Mrs. lleber 11 nun and sun and Miss Kva Stokesbeny or Oak Park, HI. Mr. Charlie Miller and daughter Hazel are spending Ibis week with relatives in Chicago, .Mrs. Moyd Collins Is spending this week with her mother, Mrs. Hadlev. near Kingman, helping rare lor Mrs. Khuprii Collins, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Mell Miles bad as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mib. Joe Hell of Kast Chicago, Mrs Flora Helt of Dana, and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Miller and family of near Mmilezuma. Carol Cooke of Detroit spent the Holiday Season; Youths Return guest of Sam Johnson and family euest of Sam Johnson and family. Ray Russell and Mik. Esther Ov FAIRV'IEW, Dec. 30 Mrs. Mill erman spent Friday afternoon In nie Ellis and lumily of Cayuga and Mr. and Mrs. John Cambe and boh were Christmas guests of Mr. and Danville, III. I FAIRVIKW PARK. Dec. 31.-Mis Hannah Malone spent the past Mrs. Ben Sims. Mr. and Mrs. Wandus McKee and week with Mr. and Mrs. William daughter of Chrlsman, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Jones and lumily of Jessup were Christmas guests MBlone of Sanford. Ind. Mrs. Carrie Beaty and daughter. Ellen, spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hunler and daughter. Annabel. Mr. and Mrs. Max MrKee of Sul A beautiful Christ mun tre and program was (Ovm at the V. B church on Sunday night. Dpi ember 20. Treats were Rlvon to all the children. On the following W'eHnefl-ay a very IntereBlhig cantata wan alvpii. Tho V, II. Church Is having a watch parly thin evening at the K of V, Hull. Kited one Is asked to hriiiR Bandttlrhea or pie. This is to he a social affair Ihrouphoul the entire evening. Come join us. (; us ins Houston la critically til at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Dow ('leghorn and children. Robert and Billy, spent Christinas with Mr. ('leghorn's sister and family of near Blackhawk- Miss Mary Goran spent last Thursday evening and Friday with her mother of Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cleghnin and son Donald spent Christmas with "FAST away ihe old year passes . . ." and once again we set our course for 12 new and unknown months. May yours be a calm and happy voyage and may your r hip come in well laden. THIS is a season when we regret, a little, the passing of old cuf toms. We'd like, just for today, to go back to the time when it was customary to keep open house on New Years Day, just so we could be sure of seeing each and every one of our customers and friends and add a hearty handclasp to the greeting we pilint here, "Happy New Year." livan, Mr. and Mib. Pearl Malone of weekend with bin wife and children. Mr. and Mrs George Tolln anr daughters had as Christmas dinner clients Mrs Georgia Crocker of Terre Haute and Harold Wcllcr nf Kansas. Mis. Fosler Rraner and daughter spent Monday with Mrs. Carol Cooke and children. Mr. and Mrs. Brownie Rostlc and children spent Tuesday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Brown, near Centenary and helped them do their butchering. Mr. and Mrs. Wjlnier Huxford and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lear spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. John lAiar near Catlin. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Irfnr and daughter had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sluttter and Terre Haute were Sunday guests ol Mrs. Hannah Malone. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith anJ family had as dinner guests CTlirlst-mas day Mr. and Mrs. Don Huckels-liorg and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Joseph and family. Mrs. Elizabeth Rigdon and Mrs. Teresa Joseph, all of Terre Haute; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harvin. Carl Morri.) Pa and William Mnrlan. all of Carbon; and Mrs. Ida McClure and daughter. Helen Marie. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Savol and fam Mr. and Mrs. Willam of Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence flibbons and sons Kpent Chris) mas evening wit h Mrs (J ibhona' mot tier, M is. Mrs ily returned home to Cleveland. O.. SEC0NDIN0 BROS. daughter of Jessup. Mr. and Charlie Shoemaker of Mecca Francis Shoemaker of Detroit, and a a 0 0- & $ -a $ ( Or t$ 4 $ 4 ft 3$ 45 fir after spending a few days with Mrs. W. B. SHARP Fairview Park Mary Bills and other relatives. Universal, Indiana Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCrea. had as Christmas guests Mr. and Mrs Fred Stevens of St. Louis: Mrs (Jra.ce Rife, Mr. and Mrs. Russell IVAN SVETKOFF 1201 North Seventh Street Clinton Motto ol French Republic Liberty, equality, fraternity has been the motto of the French republic from the first revolution, July 14-15, 1789. It wns later accepted as a declaration of political principles. JOHN VALENTE 1301 North Ninth Street Clinton Rife, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McCrea and sons. Mr. and Mrs. George of Mrs. Malinda .McKee. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Williamson and son Virgil of Danville. 111., were Christmas guests of Mrs. Virgil Dodson. Mr and Mrs. Dorc Evitt moved from Jackson street to Parke county. Mr. and Mrs. John Evol and family moved from Klondyke to Washington street In Falrview Park. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williamson and family or Cayuga were Friday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orvtl Dodson. Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Pennington and family spent Christmas with Mrs. Clara Cillmore of Lyford. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nolan of Clinton spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pennington. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Blacketer and Mr. and 'Mrs. EIna Blacketer and family of Mecca spent Christmas with Virgil Blacketer and family. Mrs. Mary Newklrk spent the weekend with her daughter, Mrs, M. H. Neal of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kelly and son of Clinton spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Iawson Shull. Emmett Shull returned to the C. C. C. camp at Brookvllle after spending Christmas holidays with his iparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Shull and family. Miss Mabel Turbeftille of Sonth Bend spent Christmas with her parents. Mr. anif-Mrs. .Shell Turbeville, Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Warner Turbeville and son. Louis Short returned to the C. C. C. camjp at Angola after spending Christmas with his parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Bert Short. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Faulds and family moved to Anderson Saturday. Herman iKerr Is spending the week In Terre Haute with his cousin. Manford Samipson. Dr. Li, O. Brown and Mies Nina Hayworth of Danville, III., were Thursday guesta of her mother, Mrs. Kamarala, all of Clinton. Ray Munson went to Chicago Tuesday on business. Mr. Lorry and Mrs. Florence BEAL'S MARKET 328 North Ninth Street Clinton JOHN GAMBAIANI Centenary, Indiana Walker of Paris. III., were Friday ! Beware Coughs afternoon guests of Mrs. Malinda McKee. Phoebe Jones of Hillsdale. Mr. and Mrs. Darryl tilaze and daughter entertained as dinner guests Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Ros roe Striker and daughters Marleue an Anna Mae. Mrs. Melva I'earman and daughter, June and sons Floyd and Harold, Miss Helen Pearman. Qui Pearman, Posey Glaze. Hersey Pearman and Fred I'earman. Carl and Melvln Pearman of Fairview and Eleanor Osborne of Coon Hollow were weekend guests of the Glazes. Mr. and Mrs. James Hut son had guests Christmas Mrs. Smith and daughters of Scottland, HI., Mr. and Mrs. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greene of Crompton Ht'l. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Hutaon of St. Bernice. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Glaze and daughter, Janice, of near Dana spent Christmas with Mr. Glaze's mother, Mrs. Bessie Glaze. Mr, and Mrs. Roscoe Striker and children have moved to the west part of St. Bernice in the property belonging to the late Mrs. Helt. Homer Simpson Is spending the holidays with relatives In South ftp VICTOR PALONCY Bend, Ind.. and Chicago, 111. MINNIE GIOVANINI 558 North Eighth Street Clinton Mrs. Milhelmine Gosnell spent Fairview Park Tuesday in Terre Haute with rela. tiveg. ST Mrs. Harry Jones of Terre Haute was Sunday guest of Mrs. Byron from common colds That Hang On No matter how many medicines you have tried lor your cough, chest cold or bronchial Irritation, you can get re-'lef now with Creomulsion. Serious rouble may be brewing and you can-lot afford to take a chance with any-Jiing less than Creomulsion, which lews right to the scat of the trcuble a aid nature to soothe and heal the nflaraed membranes as the germ-laden lhlegm Is loosened and expelled. Even if other remedies have failed, Jon't be discouraged, your druggist Is authorised to guarantee Creomulsion md to refund your money if you are not iotlsfled with results from the very first oottlc.GetCreoinulsionrightnow.(Adv.) Magnabosco & Berto 409 North Eighth Street Clinton Hunter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stokes and PERONA'S STORE Blanford, Indiana daughter. Carol, were Christmas day guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stokes Sr. of Newport. William Kerr Is spending the week in Newport with Frances Van- sickle. Clee S. Sprague Is spending the week with his father, Marion BIRTHDAY PARTY IN DAILEY CHAPEL Sprague of Dana. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Crane and son had as Sunday guests Mrs. Emma Lillian Hayworth, and sister, Mrs. TTD Charles Kerr. Neighbors Convene at Home of Foster Braner for Celebration WHiitte Mrs. M. H. Neal and family of Newport spent Monday with her FOR EVERY PURPOSE For: DAILKV f'HAPEL. Dec. 81 A number of neighbors gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs. Foster Braner Sunday evening li remind Mr. Braner of his hirliiday. Refreshments of sandwiches, pie and coffee were served and a social time was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Herber Haun and baby son spent Sunday wilh Mr. and Mrs. James Ellis and W. U. Gregory near Monl.ezuniii- ('hrinlmas dinner guests in thr home of Mr. and Mrs. Parietl Haun were Mr. and Mrs. .lake Botner and family of ('..liter. Mr. and Mrs. ;lfn Saxton and daiiKlitnr of near liana. Mr. and Mrs. Itnbrrl HHm and sons of (amargo. 111., Mr. and Mrs Fred Mitchell and daughter, nf Catlin. Crane of Falrview, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crane and family, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Crane and family of Center, and Mr. and Mrs. Kit Crane and family of Newcastle. Ernestine Crane Is spending the week with her grandmother, Mrs. Emma Crane. Mrs. Jesse Nevins is spending the week with relatives in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ralston of Decatur. 11., was Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Roberta and son. Mr. and Mrs. Ray MmiBon and daughters spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Munson of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Thomas and family had an their Christmas day guests Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jones and family of Lyford, Mr. and Mis. Clay Thomas of Benton Harbor. Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Armand Trials. Mr. and Mrs. James Sims and daughter, nil of Clinton, and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Thomas and family of Kairview. Mrs. Kirk Thomas is spending the week with her daughter. Mrs. C. E Hulberstadt of Farmersburg, Ind. mother, Mtb. Mary Newkirk. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whilworth were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kerr and son. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Hardest? and Mrs, Gertie Sllkwood attended the funeral of D. Barker which was held In Newport Sunday afternoon. Le Foster and William Kerr spent Thursday evening In Newport with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Brown and family were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bei t Jones of Spangler Mr. and Mrs. Bert Short and sons were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ale FauldB and family. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Smith are spending a few days with their sou. Samford, of Oreencastle. The Christmas guctts of Mr. and Mrs, Sam Kerr were Mr. and Mrs John Sampson and son, Manford. of Terre Haule, Mis. Mnlile Smith or Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bates and children. Mr. and Mrs. Itosroe Sweazy and children. Mr. and Mrs Charles Kerr and son, Charles, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bryant had as Christmas guests Mr. and Mrs I For: Picnics Dinners Lodges Home Use IrWUMW' "M" w jPI llMll'HI'UIIJallWal'IWWl'WIIWIIJaWIWMWLUlMiaiHJWiaW.-t1 1 .i-iLuumu kHMkmmmr' '''., i T v -TWilMM IH MjlHaliliMi HUMI fl altMMi r MitM llnimala.1 liil ll' " ii" Vi t '"It aliaf Banquets Reunions Socials Scenery f HAD ANY HEADACHES LATELY? f 'y V( N0 THANKS LW J TO YOU AND Cbarles Soutnwood of Shelburn. Mr Wheat ia 1611 One of the first things done by the early American colonists and settlers was to start growing wheat. It was sown in tiie Jamestown Colony as early as 1611 and at Plymouth, Mass., soon after 1621. and Mrs. Roy Monahan of Terre Halite and Thomas Fyfe. We Have Installed a "Jiffy" Re- Winder Clean, White Newsprint in Convenient Rolls No Cores to Carry! No Deposits Required! Mrs. Ollie Smock hud as weekend guests Mr. iid Mrs. Roy Oillenpl of Indianapolis and Dr. and Mis. Ed Mondson, of Chicago. Mr. and Mib. Pete Johnson ami son Wllford and Mr. and Mrs Harry A nurse writes that she Searing of Danville, III., were Rim D ottloJB Rolled to Your Order IN ANY AMOUNT 10 Yards Equal One Pound Paper Is 34 Inches Wide 2 lbs. 25c 4 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' all we ask. To be sure that a roll of the size you will require will be waiting for you, we suggest that you call The Daily Clintonian, Phone 41 or 117, and order paper from th Jiffy Re -winder in advance. FRIST ) I Home L m 8 fllGHT For Onlr 4 suffered from frequent headaches. Nothing stopped them until a friend recommended DR. MILES NERVINE. She says Nervine stops headaches before they get a good start. Three generations have found DR. MILES NERVINE effective for ATeruotsness, Slceplcsa-veaa due to Nervous ir-rrtability, Nervous Indigestion, Headache, Travel Sickness. Get DR. MILES NERVINE at your drug store in liquid or effervescent tablet form. Small bottle or package 25 rent Large bottle or package SI .00 icSS Ctn OU VlJ bl hm Mr puma. It Kill 4rl Ml- Illl - mmm 1 tnetfttn y lonj froas your tett tm grw mp knew ww ttwr. Bvtrt ! i c'.taam lht A- THie Daily Qietoeiae Rtbi to ApMDdimn urn tuMi rm Mm k tan ! uoMtax. aoid at f 1'OWiOLIa PHARMACY 138 8000 Mala Street pljuiou , Iadiana J

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