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t Saturday, January 2, 1937 PAGE SIX The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana I Rrnwn Mr and MrH. C. O. Williams. CLASSIFIED ADS Mr. and Mrs. Omar McMasters, Mr. and Mrs Orville Adams, Mr. and WABASH RIVER FISH Harry Houser East Walnut Street lowest. Highest Elevation Delaware hs the lowest average ' elevation and Colorado the highest, I j l'lenty or Pollen There are m.000 varieties of plants in the United Stales that pr-Kiuce pollen. Walter More, Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Riini- PAID NOTICES Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices NOTN'K! First day of Insertion: 8c for encta All members of t'llnton Modern reading line (one column lino, like Woodmen of America must get lie one of these). cemher payments in not later than 2Z Next two days Insertion: the same tc charge (you cot three days at Monday, .lannary 4, by 4 p. m. K I,. Sanders, secretary. t41 dotihle the cost of the first day) Next throe days Insertion: the WANTED ame 8c charite (you get a whole week, six days, at three tlmoa the COLUMBIA SUNDAY AND MONDAY v Mrs. Joe Gertcher Jr. Christmas day. 'Hf Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hoffman called on Mr. and Mrs. Ben Houk of Riley, Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joo Hoh'nian of Cory. Virgil Greene of Detroit spent Christmas with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Greene. Mrs. Winnie Gllfny spent Christinas with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Montgomery of Montezuma, Mrs. Mae Williams visited her father. Alonzo Smith. Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Cornell K,omp and Mr. and Mis. M. James Simpson ol Mecca were the Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wright. Mr. and Mrs. I,co Greene and son. Bobby, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Owens of Clinton Christmas. Wayne Stutler of Ponliac. Mich-visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stutler. during his vacation. Mr. and Mrs. William Price visited their son. Robert, and family of Muncie, Christmas. Mrs. Price went to Cincinnati when she received word that another son, Ray. cost of one Insertion). Kuch group of three days there fler. 8c a line. and 148 an dishwasher Clinton Hotel. -arty to work second cook. Mark Fate (like this), 10c per E. L. Phipps and daughter, Betty Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Akers and children, Kathryn and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wright, Fred Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. Fred MeGrew and son. Freddie Joe, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kerr. Mrs. Omar Jones of Clinton and Mary and Arthur Wilding visited VIr. and Mrs. Charles Wilding and daughter. Merril June. Tuesday. James Wilding Jr. Is visiting his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mattlrk of Jasper. Bertha Wilding Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shoaf near Rose Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Chnuncey Shoemaker and children, Barbara and Patsy, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kelsheimcr. Mr .md Mrs. Bruner Kilhurn, Bobby. Doris and Lorraine were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Shoemaker Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Shoemaker visited the Shoemakers last week. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Schmartz and son, Joe, and Miss Helen Enitnart of Kansas City were .here to attend the William Enimart funeral. Miss Kmmart remained for a visit with her mother. Mrs. Mamie Emmarl. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Curry visited Mr. and Mrs. James Falls Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Falls visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelly of Terre line. IOC c gardner, Mrs. Thrlma Bmady, Mrs Mary Cole, CrawfordsvUIn, Mr. and Mrs. Fred (Iregg and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van piiyn of Clinton. HteMHrt lo SM-nk One ol the ttpcHkniH at PiihIih rnivcrwity'H nhort course J;ini,iii' 1 1-15 will he (. K. Stewart of New port, who will Rive two talks in the hep keeping deptirtmfMit. On Tuesday. January 12. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart are Invited to a luncheon at the home or President and Mrs. Kllott of Purdue, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Beeber and family of Washington, Pa., and Rev. and Mrs. C. K. Reehee were gueHts Monday of Rpv. and Mrs. H R. Parker and family at Delphi. John Park, Newport high schoo' coach, and Mrs. Park, accompanied bv Mr. and Mrs. Paul Singueree of Black Hawk, spent the Chirilm-Holidays In Florida. New Quarter! Thn law lirm of Reeler and n-- ley moved Tuesday from the Nixon Rank building to offices on the sec . All classified ads Including memo. 01 Qllfil at ALEXANDER BOTTS in LYFORD VISITOR SUFFERS INJURY Mrs. WMliam Gum' Son Hurt as Gunshot Hits Foot Accidentally rlams and notices or an Kinas m be paid In advance exifpt those by regular customers whose accounts re paid monthly or tliosefrom organizations whose bills must be allowed before belnn paid. In the latter oase the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for It a payment. FOR SALE Good kitchen cabinet. Can be seen after 5:30 p. m. or on Sunday. Ma it Marvel, 258 N. 4th St. t49 Three rooms of furniture. Write Box 8, 442, Clinton, Indiana. t52 LYFORD. Jan. 2. Glenn Stanton s reportpd doing satisfactorily after was seriously ill. He is reported doing well now. Mrs. Price and her ANDY CLYDE in i-ere.ving an accidental wounn in his foot while handling a shotgun. The accident occurred while Stanton was visiting his mother. Mrs. Wll- ond floor of the Davis building on "LOVE COMES TO MOONEWILLE" iam Guess, dnring the Christmas Haute Sunday. holidays. uster, Mrs. Edith Began of Porno-la, Cal., and Margaret Gatt of Rose-lale visited in Brazil Tuesday. Rev. John and Mrs. Wells of Illl-inis. their daughter, Mrs. Thelma headman, and Miss Louise Van Lien f Beaver Dam, Ohio, were Christ Mrs. Kate Van Lieu and son Movietone News 10c and 15c Monuments and markerB. Best granite. High class workmanship. Prices and estimates gladly given. Carl D. Williams, 425 Lincoln St., Fairview. Clinton, Jnd. t49 Alfalfa hay. Mack Donnelly, Snep- LAST TIMES TONIGHT SOCIAL ACTIVITY AT COUNTY SEAT ardsville. t5(T ft the northeast corner of the square Miss Bess Lanham, libra nan I; spending Christmas vacation wit I his mother at Crawfordsvilln, Wrtlding Annoiinrrvl The wedding of MN: Mnv Br Ory, daughter of Strand Ov o Newport to Mr. Unzip Rriften Jr. of Rockville. which look placo a' Paris. Ill,, Dpfomhcr 5, has been announced. Mrs. Rrittnn attended Newport high school. Mr. Rritten son of Mr. and Mrs. Linzio Britter of Rockville. altr-ndcd Rockville hich school and is employe n P carpenter bv Dr. T. .1. rollings. Thr Legion of Terror Cheap. t4S Pedigreed Pekingese pups. 366 Vine street. with BRUCE CABOT Comedy in Color: "O. K. Joe" Screen Snapshots ONLY 10c Frank, and daughters, Tohiatha and Georgia, visited Mrs. Van Lieu't son. Leon, of Danville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jones and family visited Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Thomas of Fair-view Christmas day. Mrs. Ida Jones visited in North Terre Haute this week. Mrs. Jones visited Mrs. John P. South Christmas day. Mrs. Edward Jones and children, V!rgil Fay and Joan, visited Mrs. Maggie Halherstadt of Farmershurg over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johnson visited Mrs. J. H. Bugher Sunday Electric washer. 225 N. 7th St. t48 1935 V8 lj-ton truck, bow mileage. good tires, reasonable price. Eugene Greco, Fairview. t4 mas guests of Rev. Hugh Van Lieu and family. Mrs. - Mary Wilding had as her dinner guests Christmas, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulds of Gary, William Wilding of the CCC camp at Brownstown, Eldin Wilding of the camp at Angola. Walter Laney and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilding and daughter. Merrill June. Robert Laney Jr. and Thelma Coleman called on Mrs. Wilding in the evening. t4 Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Kirkman visited William Maden Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Adams visited Mr. and Mrs. Evan Adams Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Lucas were 2S young couple is ai home in RovV ville. Business Services Furs tanned and made up. Red or gray fox chokers, $6.00. Wayne Livengood, Hillsboro, Indiana. t49 Euchre Party at Stewart Home; Newport Man to Speak at University NEWPORT, Jan. 2 Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Stewart and daughter. Eva entertained five tables of Euchre Tuesday evening, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Mfoore received prizes for high score and Mr. Clyde Mitchell and Kred Gregg for low. After the games a delicious buffet luncheon consisting of a pimento cheese and date nut sandwiches, vegetable salad, chicken salad, deviled eggs, relishes, fruit salad, graham crack- For Sale Coal POl'RTH VKIN GOAL, I'NIVK.RSAI,, SUN.-MON.-TUE. Musical Comedy "Pink Lemonade" "Pcpular Science" in Color 10c 25c MIAMI NO. 4, AND BIACK We Pay 5c per pound for large clean Cotton (lags. Daily Clintonian BKTTV NO. 5. HARLEY HUFF- surprised Christmas day by the ar d j er roll with whipped cream and cof MAN, PHONE 10. 64 tf rival of all their children PCCOi THEPCTURES FIFTH AND SIXTH VEIN COAL. fee, was served by Miss Stewart. Dancing was enjoyed later. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Foos. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. grandchildren. Those present were Mrs. William Marchin, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bouchman, William and Joe Haun. Pearl Grover. Mr. and Mrs. CALL MB -FOR PRICKS. DELIVERED. ANDY JOHNSON, TEly El'HONE 015-13. t85 evening. Mrs. Sarah Osbourne is with her daughter, Mrs. Bugher, again for an indefinite visit. Raymond Jukes is home on New Year's leave from the CCC camp at Shakamak park and is staying at the home of his mother, Mrs. William Crowder. Mr. and Mis. Don Pesavento and children. Donald and Jimmy, of Royal Oak. Mich., spent Christmas with Mrs. Pesavento's parents. Mr. nd Mrs. F. M. Crowder. Mr. and Mrs. John Crowder and son. Emerson, visited Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Crowder Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Crowder had as their dinner guests Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. W'illiam Crowder and Down cn the farm with Ike! FOR RENT 8-room house. Rent reasonable. Inquire 847 South 3rd St. t4It ALAS Tonite 11 P. M. Also Sun.-Mon. The Thrill of a Lifetime Modern single or light housekeeping rooms. 550 S. 4th St. t50 WANTED TOBUY Good used typewriter. Reasonable price. Inquire 306 N. 3rd St. t4S 2 Screen's Greatest Stars family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crowder and children, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Crowder, and Mrs. Dom Pesavento and son, Jimmy. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cornell and sonB. Frank and Clifford, and daughter, Anna, of Detroit and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bridgewater of Fontanet were the guests of Mr. and -" jlt jisv y " A THEY DARED TO LOVE AS TKEY DARED TO DEE... For Sale or Trade 1936 Ford pick-up. Excellent condition. 560 S. 4th St., Clinton. t49 A tall- dark -and -handsome has plenty of charm. LEGAL NOTICES Se H again . . in its triumphant return engagement! Yeull find new thrill in this areat story of a love that could nd only in death, ol a death that could not end a lovel I It ' !Z ' L. .- i FISH FRY STEVE'S TAVERN Jacksonville SATURDAY BEER 5c and 10c Sandwiches of AH Kinds. Steve Giordano, Prop. CLAIMS FILED FOR IN DECEMBER, .IANI ARY TERM, 1087 Underwood Elliott Fisher Co. rec off exp $ 75.00 George H. Boyce Inc., co apt sch off exp 100. 00 Burroughs Adding Machine Co.. assessors off exp.... 77.50 W. C. Myers, health com sal and off exp 144 87 P. J. Watson, c h repair... 126.10 Newport Mining Co.. c h sup 114.01 Holromb & Hoke Mfg. Co. KAY FRANCIS Idolized by AH Women - - ' "C- And life in your man never does any harm. I) c h & jail, p a supplies. . . Flora Weatnerman. p a emp M. O. Weatherman, same. . Vermillion County, p a sup. Malone Bakery, game Frist Funeral Home. same. Wm. A. Harger, same The Dana News, pub prtg. . 1 I 3.6S 37.(10 HI". OH 411.30 :t:U2 75.00 4K.80 :jx.io ssr PLACE I -"" """" mBS. ,i""""""p" -tV-"1 irt r Oeorge H. Boyce, lne., co ag "gt exp i loo.Od Wilson Wilson Agts., offi 177.: cial bonds Frank Oullllullls. Trusti dog fund 104.00 Danville Typewriter Co., 1 1 5(1 ti6.fi 83.33 Ireas off exp EaVl Smith, fees at off exp. . in-l pesavento. dop shr sal 8. H. Pawley Co., p a sup. elec exp & seh fund, farm exp. gr rd rpr Higartys Hardware, i h. jail. I a. sch fund and gr rd rpr r.n.7: Universal, Indiana Half Hal DANCE Plenty of Cold Beer FISH FRY EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Everybody Welcome But just lest the strength in this country lad's arm and you'll know why Mae West likes to stay on a farm. ini L. c ollliiRs. and. tress. mi lit arh. off eyp and pub printing 99.74 I. D. White, coroner per dleni and inipiest 90.40 William E. Dee Co., gr rd rp 44 54 C. B. COOPER. Auditor Vermil "Sweethearts sriijrJ and Flowers'' f News of the Day lion l ounty, Indiana. 1237 j sXDSmj KCxrcQ 'Zed TONIGHT t Cartoon in Color 10c-25c Jftfi-". ft9ia Hr Is) an Their Greatest Story! Their Greatest Glory! I ! I - ) VIC McLAGLEN, BINNIE BARNES, f WILLIAM HALL and JEAN DIXON in t TONIGHT LAST . . . TONIGHT . . . SINGING TEX RITTER in "SONG OF THE GRINGO" FRANKIE DARRO in "DOG WOLF' :-: Comedy and Cartoon GENEVATAVERN 1 mile west of Fairview MUSIC BEER DANCING "THE MAGNIFICENT BRUTE Cartoon Sports "Ace Dnsmmond" TIMES t '