The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 5, 1937 · Page 3
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Clinton, Indiana
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Tuesday, January 5, 1937
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PAGE THREE rWitditv. JAtiuiirv 5. 1936 The Daily Clintoninn, Clinton, Indiana New Strike of Auto Workers Threatens Crisis CLINTON SOCIAL NOTES Book Review Given SOCIAL CALENDAR cz 'Ufl$ UK vf 3ia-.- 1 ij ii ;t X J Smjthl-r. on the picket line fcr Sit-down strikers haul In supplies mm M workers remained inactive at their posts. The Cleveland strike was seen by some as part of a plan of strategy by union forces to compel automobile manufacturers to come to their terms by tielng up the industry at "bottleneck" points along the production line. Threat of a showdown In the labor situation involving C. I. O. forces seeking to organize automobile workers and employers loomed as another mportant unit in the industry, the Fisher Body y. plant at Cleveland, was tied up by a sit-down itriko, While sympathizers picketed outside, Stage Being Set At Woman's Club A book review "Seven Hoots' was well gWell yeslel ernoon by Mrs. Ilollle Wll and Mrs, It. M. SI wulhy ut Ll-UgUe iliiy Itll-IituhmmI II lliei'l- iug of the Woman's club, which uus held ut the homo ( Mrs. .1. L. Iloi-ney on ftoulli Kil'lli slicot. Din-lug tin' hchkIoii plan won-dlsciisHcd in regard In Ihe minimi guest day, which will lie ln-lil on ,ln n II aiy IK at the home of .Mrs. I. II. While on Sonlli Main street. Lodges to HoM Joint Installation Services Thursday, January 14 Joint Installation services will be conducted January H by Wiibash Camp and June Camp of Itoyal Neighbors of America ut the bull over noughty's on Elm street. Mrs. Ethel Snyder of Frankfort, state supervisor, will be the installing officer of tbe evening and Mrs Cenrgia Wallace of Torre Haute, 'vill act as ceremonial marshal. The, meeting will begin at 7 p. m. KLONDYKF CAY CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS The Klonrtyke iny rlnn met S;it-irdav t the home of Mins Christina Airola. Dining the hustnH niretiiiK an lection of oIT.cpi's whh hld. Thone "looted were prr'sident. MIhs Klifir Ruffattola; vlcepresldent. Iete Airola; secretary, Rosemary Mattioda; 'reasurer, Christina Airola. and rc-er'er. Alice Mattioda. Refreshments were snrved at the rinse of the meeting. Those present were Tluodore and Julius Ruffatlola. Lawrence Mattioda. Mildred Knight and Jeanne Bickett of Illinois. Mildred Mink and Thelma Glass of Rraidwood, III. The next meeting will be held at the home of Miss Elinor Ruffattola February 1. Kola Trees Importeu Kola nuts, containing caffeine, largely used as a stimulant in tropical Africa, comes from a tree which has been introduced into the New World. Adriatic Coast ol Yugoslavia The Adriatic Coast of Yugoslavia is rugged with tioids and some 600 large and small islands. Most of these islands are rocky and uninhabited. Great Falls of the Iguazu The great falls of the Iguazu are situated in a primitive forest bordering Argentina and Brazil. They are made up of a series of cascades and cataracts, known by the Guar-ani name of "Iguazu," meaning "big waters." In volume and extent they are the largest in the world, and in beauty and variety they are unsurpassed. From innumerable rocky ledges more than seventy cas cades pour down the river in roaring torrents of foam. rom tne ma-zilian to the Argentine side they extend more than 6.000 feet, and in that distance the water is dropped more than 1.000 feet. i Bats Classed as f.laimnals Bits are classed as mammals, not birds, and are among the most interesting of creatures. When cap-lu eel. they protest wit i a shrill, queaky voic. Sharks' Attack Pio b:ire:iu I I isliei les says that is not nc-e;-Hiy for sharks to turn n on llieir backs to grasp their l,nn-r-;! I.ivrd V;ce fresWent Levi I". Mo-loo was ti e lrni??t lived Vice Pro-icirnt, surviving wnlil !I3 years ofd. ol i In ec , II. ! 'I'lirre .Mile mile lin.. l.-ni'ie t lllll Limit" its it1 tur y "STOMACH PAINS SO BAD I COULD HARDLY WORK'' Says ('. S. (Iross: "After taking In. Kmil's Ad hi Tablet the pains are graie and I cat anything." Try Atlla Irealiiient 011 our money hack guarantee. Powell's Pharmacy. adv. w-1 Warm clothes for the early birds who leave iheir warm beds at 5 to 7. You'll Iiavc lo get up early to equal this selection of warm tilings for wearing these cold mornings. Anil it will be a cold day when ycu can beat these prices. I.ols of our trade sleep late (lucky fellows) but we have so many customers who eat Iheir breakfast while it's still dark outside that we have piped in special lines of steam heated apparel and turned on the. furnace full blast. Sweaters .... $1 to $5 Leather Jackets $5.95 to $15.00 Mackinaws $5.95 to $8.95 Corduroy Pants $2.95 and $3.50 Rosenblatts For Immediate Result Advertise In the Cllntonlan! for Homos JiH-Mi fclm Klreel Tuesday Gulden Hlar club will hold Ha meeting al Ihe home of Mrs. James Fos, Crompton Hill. 7:30 p. m. Fortnightly Club will meet at tho home of Miss llessle Van Duyu, Sn ii I li Fourth Htreel, X p. lit . American Legion Aiiilllury llmuo Party will be held at the Legion home, South Third street, 7: 3D l. in. Pylliliiu Sisters- to hold u tuiiel-iUK ut Ihe hull, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday I Deal Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Mabel filacson. Smith Main street, 2 p. m. Wednesday Bridge Club- will meet ut the home of Mrs. .1. N. Frist. Blackman street. 2:30 p. m. flood Time Bridge cluli will hold 1 meeting at the home of Mrs. Vic-or Tasso, Vine street. 7 p. m. Woman's Relief Corps will meet I the hall on Blackmun street at 2 n. m. At that time Installation and n'llatlon services will be conducted. ' Thursday I Missionary Society of the Cliris-' linn ('hurch will meet at the horn- of Mrs. Ira Taylor. Walnut street This meeting will be In Ihe form of i I .o'clock luncheon. Each mem-Vr If asked to hrinn a covered dixh A. A. A. club will meet at the home of Lena and Clara Avenattl. North Eighth street. 7:30 p. m. Woman's Foreign Missionary so-ciety of the Methodist church will meet ut Ihe home of MrB. F. T. Kell on Blackmail street, 2:30 p. m. Half Century Auxiliary will hold a dinner at 8:30 p. m. at Morgan's basement. Following the dinner initiation and installation services will be held for the three quarter degree members. Election of officers w'ill also be held. Furnishing Society of the Presbyterian church will hold a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mis. H. C. Chapin. Mulberry street. Each member is asked to bring a covered dish i od own table service. Methodist Choirwill meet . at lie church at 7 p. m. Friday Current Event and Art club will meet at the home of Mrs. Albert Eder on South Third street, 2 p. in. r Brouillet Chapter of the D. A. R. , will meet at the home of Mrs. 'Paul Thompson of west of the city. (7:30 p. m. Mrs. H. M. Ferguson will be the assistant hostess. Outing Club will meet ut the home of Mrs. Charles Walker, Blackman street, 2 p m. Friday Literary Circle will hold a meeting at the Public Library. South Fourth street. 2:30 p. in. At that time a book review will be given by Mrs. F. T. Kell and Mrs. Dave Salmoud. Lodges Jerusalem Lodge. 99, F. fe A. v -M.. will meet tomorrow night at 7 p. in. for the purpose of installing officers for the ensuing year. HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. John Balrd of South Fifth street was removed to her home from the Union HofpiUl. Torre Haute, recently, where fhe underwent a major operation two wneks ago. SM Ib getting mIoiir iiltly. Hay Httird of Hon I It Kifth ii(i h as admitted to the Vermillion County lior-plul a few days ago lot oliaprvatlon- Mii. Nellie Brown of Clinton rural route, who has n patient at the Vermillion county hotipitnl for several days, was removed to her homo yesterday. Mrs. William Wallaic and liady son. William Ioe, hate ! n removed to their home at titio South Seventh street, from the Vermillion County hopitnt. Both are getting along lin. Addisou Kolti of west of the rity. who has been seriously III wi!i pneumonia, at his home for be vera I weeks, was removed to the Vermillion County hospital Sunday night BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wallace oi Shepardsville are the parents of a baby son, Harold DeWavne. irmer Clinton Cirl Is Wed in Michigan U Helen TheU Ik Wril III John Inriilnke III Mlrlilffnn on Christ-j mas Hay. To Make Hume In IMrall Mrs. Julill I'aseoe of Kalrvluw ilii'S lu miiiuuiR'O I lie niiiri luuu of Hlnlcr. Miss Helen Thelss, of roll, formerly of Clinton, lo John nlHkc, Detroit, forinorly of tiul- n. :. n wedding look uluce Chriiil- i day Hi 2 p. m. at Wyandotte. h.. Ht the 'homo of the brlde'B it. Mrs. W. K. Ilaoho. kttendants wore Mrs, Kaoho aud Matejoskl, uncle of the bride. Irs. Barniske wore an afternoon KB of peacock blue rrepe and a (BHKe of gardenias and sweet poa the bride waa graduated from (Clinton high school with the j of '32. Prior to colon In I)" t to make her home she wa? iloyed at Ihe Modem WHy Beau- I!hop. ' Ir. Barniske was graduated from Sullivan highs school with the s of '31. At the present time he associated with Ihe Packird Mo- Car Company and la also attend- the Detroit College of Law. he young couple are now living H94 East Orandboulcvard. Immediately following the cere- iiy a dinner was served in their or for fourteen friends and rel-res. The 'table was decorated li a bouqdet of ' roses and can Don Lawson of Springfield, O.. led friends and relatives In Clln- yesterday afternoon and eve-He is en route to Mississippi. llrs. E. J. Hayes of South Fourth et, who has been confined to her lie with Illness since Friday of week, is now able to be up a lft- each day. She la not able to be ush fierrish, small son of Mr. Mrs. Wakefield Cerrlsh of knian street, Is reported to be t his borne with tbe flu. rs. Mary Stlth and sons have re- fced to their home at 422) South m street after several weeks visit he home of her parents. Mr. and John Topolosek of North fifth street. s. Stlth underwent an opera-at the Robert Long hospital at an spoils several weeks ago and removed to the home' of her Ints. le has resumed her duties at Indiana Bell Telephone com-where she is an employe. Irilliam Jones, son of Mr. and I Phil Jonea of South Fifth frt. who is a student at the Ohio ileyan college, has resumed bis jiies after visiting bis parents r the bolidays. t her guest. at the Jones home Ge Mr. and Mrs. James Jones of folt. Mr. Jones has returned 'o I home. Mrs. Jonea was unable Accompany him as she 1b con- fat the. home of her parents In 3 Hauls with the flu. r. and Mrs. Charles lioughly ol i h Fourth street, who have been p business trip to Chicago for ral diiys, are espeeled to arrive sse tomorrow evening. H hUe there they plan to visit evil friends aud natives, . ' Mrs. J. l-i Homey of South Flflh fet Is suffering from a seveie k at her noma. I ! . )1r. and Mrs. Hoy Vimu have f (o houfcekeeuiiig al 130 (South hlh street. "arl Baliner of South Klith street reeuperating at his home nicely r being 111 with bronchial pueu- iuia. ' "Tf ohn (lilmour la getting along ely at tbe home of bis daughter, is. Evan Adams of Walnut street Mr. Gilmour was injured In a fie accident at the Snow Hill mine feral weeks ago. arl Black of Libertyville is con- 4'd to his home with pneumonia. is a little improved. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Foltz of the Inge Line road had as their sts Saturday night and Sunday and Mrs. Ed Walters and dau?h- js. Miriam, and Augusta, and Mrs. jira Burton of Mitchell, Ind. Kvbile here they were guests of MT1W HAOIO: for Inaugural i!;1 mum's hnme at firHpAport, Ci'MiieriiL'tit. was failed Iramstan atul w-u.s moHpIed ai'ter the Briliton lesidence of King George IV of Kng-land. I iiat I tr, t.onx Ot li.t tine ot liit iiiHli Spanish tr.ifct if isldnow. u yuulh bus rix liinhif ? in piiinic to impi ps the ;il 1 hP if-' I'nurlii'E. tirertly lor Mint Jud Tunkms s;-s counterfeiting wo'iid he loss irnilijhle if it weien't 'cr iniks itu'ftiy (or ninni-y that p i h 't x 'not it ;,xk ir.t 1 u u p T-V?Hi 111 -i:--::4;,;::,t'J'' "" v U ilJ jLI 4f tip arm One of the greatest crowds ever to attend a presidential inaugural Is expected to Jam Washington when Franklin D. Roosevelt takes the oath of office for the second time. This view of the capltol shows tile platform being erected for a reviewing stand In front of which the Inaugural parad will pass. ,nd llllu is W illioul Kli-tll h ll.v! SI'KI'IAI.S: I KM'.I KI, .i-tu'w table mod.!, all nw battery $29 25 'Uiii ril . lull lien guarantee. nuiidete I'HIM O, ll-liil"' iniMlel. 1:IB series it ll ave hands, Bels f..reili slaliolls, gliHianleeil IMI C1 5 las. a real iMimiln " I'llll.l ll. new lt;l" eollsiile llimlcl, .- tulles. $53 50 Ih mil it ill laliinel, tor quli k sale I'llll.l II. mw I!,I7 renside nnxlel, II lubes, $fi7 00 roreiKll band. )nu save liioliejr on Ibis A. J- Poungtotfy They Met Death in Air Crash r i i iiM it hk in as srovKS "I,.,,, III. I ii-sl . I'llees ,lais liwesl Mr. Business Man-Inventory Time is "Printing Time! ri y -" ..;r2i LaY Mr. and Mrs. LIST Needs When a giant airliner crashed In a ravine northwest of Burbank. Cal two of the 12 victims were newlyweds. Mr. and Mrs. Edward T rord. Jr.. who were on their honeymoon. Ford, a resident of San HUruio. CaU ' the son or Bteamsnip co. At this I'mc, when you review the old and get set for the new, give a thought to your Printing Needs . . . Perhaps your supply of,state-mrnts, billheads, stationery, checks or order forms is running low . . . Whatever you need n the printing line for 1936, fet Vermillion County's only union printing establishment s-rve you! Our Service! Department will be more than happy to design and submit for your approval a new letterhead, blotter, office form cr whatever you need that new type, and a new design, might improve. There's no obligation or no charge for this layout service. Bui den't wait until you need a "rush job"; check your printing needs NOW and start the New Year with a fresh supply of modern printed forms! CHECK THIS For Your Printing Letterheads Envelopes Statements Billheads Blotters Shipping Labels Booklets Window Cards Post Cards Posters Order Shipp:ng Business Filing Circulars Rank Tickets Handbills Circular Office Blanks Tags Cards Cards Checks Letters Forms Edward Ford. we presiaeni oi mc urwv w Vichs poefcoqe k . Jr. 1 r ho HELP PREVENT j TO HELP END A J MANY COLDS COLD QUICKER VsVTtfoNOL ' V v.Ro. (r;7fS&l f " T At J Just rub en A - yyJ,t, andeack ZIL, THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Only Union Printing Establishment in Vermillion and Parke Counties 3 l ial a alPn '111 lV.iia.'iHiV tuU oetoilt in eoch I READ THE ADS . and Mrs. Warren Wright.

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