The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 6, 1937 · Page 2
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Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, January 6, 1937
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t Wednesday, January 6, 1937 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana PAGE TWO Palace Theater Opens Thursday Matinee Fred Sanders of Newport and several aunts and uncles. Funeral serv American Military Experts Think Rebels Will Win Spanish Conflict; Franco Seen as Good Strategist X C Hut a city of l.ti'jo.titm Inhabi-timts call be converted Into au excellent fort nuts. House-lo-Uousc lighting gives the major odds U thu defenders. An assaulting force Is certain to suffer huge losses. So it was at Madrid that the loyalists, af I-cr retreating steadily for weeks, decided to make their stand. ; Franco's forces while highly trained professionals, sro far .outnumbered by the loyalists. Anieil-can niilltury experts advance the argument he cannot afford to risk the unavoidable losses of a direct and concentrated asault on die city. Also he doesn't want to fight the civilian population. stead ol deM'rtlug the city bus i-luiig tenaciously to tlicir 'nonies. They itave ignored shell lire as well as aerial bniiibardiueiit. This has proved a bitter disappointment to the insurgents. Franco had hopes the city would capitulate without a fight to the fiu-lih. His Moorish troops hade swept victoriously through more thau half j of Spain without a major reversal. FINAL fONITE fp 10c IS 25c BAFFLING! BREATH-TAKING! W ASIIINllTtiN, Jan. Ii Despite iiiian-nt reverses in the battle for .'adriil. Ainerii an military experts ,- nill "picking" General Fran-:sio franco's nationalists to tri-inph in the Spanish civil war, Sllvl 'g'MIs here view tile full of In- nipii.i1 r.i. i lie v in. lil.-. The city's H'. il in held, mil prove I he deild-ng lacier in the bitter internecine ' nir:--.l '. Once the loyalists are dislodged I'olll llle pioleclioll of the metropo-is. a (in.. retreat to I be Meililer- ineiMi eimsl. without viiiiili" resist !H C, if. predii led. Ill his handling of the siege, the - .n: 'i-a rebel general Ii gaining a -in-Ill wide reputation aiming miliary men us a strategist of the first -liter. Taclics first used against Madrid, incidentally, have tended to blast ;Ky high one theory that hud gained wide credence since the World w-ai military experts said. For the first time, modern military aircraft bus been used in eon lidernlile force against a large eily Madrid has been bonified almost oally. fill) the widespread panic which Iheorlsts have held would grip the eiviiian piipii lat inn ami send their fleeing hi- .tericalh into Hie i-miu-trvside bai not resu It "il . Casilllll iei or dan;a'-e have nnl reaehefl j:larni-ing proportions, "'he population in News Terrytoon "Steeplechaser" - Novelty "Screen Traveler" OF "DIAMOND ROW"! with JEAN MUIR and WARREN HULL OPENS THURSDAY MATINEE iTataftirr-t isnrn MATCHING WITS WITH THE UNDERWORLD! I Wed.-Thur. 25c f II C c X in their lnlst comedy Thickens." thriller, TIiimishihIx of people wait for Ibis annual Mile f IJYTKA iH'H'KI.K lllKiK VKLM'M printed mlinrry. Murine .Iiiiiuihv only yml ' buy iivi'i; imx kli-: KiKih: vki.m'm slut ionory in double Uie nmia) imn-(it.V . . . IOO wheels and 1IM envelops . . . printed with your Mono-grain or Niiine anil Address for only ltil.00. Two iiws . . . large (hit NliCetH Or NIIUU'I dlMlillc !lieetS. See samples at The Dllily ' office. adv. PCKO THE PCTURES THE GUARDED HEART Si t , A 1 r 1 -r7iiju 1 m-nspi SI S ' " '- ' -l f -Plus - NEWPORT CLUB IS ENTERTAINED Marriage Announced; Distinction Won at Conference; Child Die at Chicago NEWPORT, Jan. 6 The Junior Art club entertained the Delphian Chapter with a reciprocity meeliiii at the home of Mrs. W. C. Wait, club sponsor, Saturday arternoon, January 2. The program consisted of a talk on "New Year Customs ii Different Lands." by (Martha Lewis; reading, "(Mall Coach Passengers' by Hans Christian Anderson; niusi. "Jingle Bells." by Margaret Joe Kults, Martha Lewis. Naomi Rurr Guvneth Gosnell, Mary Saunders and Elizabeth Ami Higgins and a playlet, "The Collect Speaks, by Mrs. M. C. Wiggins. Mrs. H. V. Nixon and Miss Bertha Sawyer. Everybody read together "The Collect." Miss Nancy Lewis, who was one of the first organizers of the Art club, gave an interesting talk ol her experiences with artists in the south. Mrs. William Harger, county president, gave a short talk. Slides of Indiana artiBts were shown. Mrs. Wait giving a brief, sketch of each one and his paintings. Mary Jane Thomas, in behalf of the Art club presented Mrs. Wait with a lovely gift as an expression or appreciation for what, she has done for them. Mrs. Walt responded in a charming maimer, thanking the girls and complimenting them on their work during the past year, and said that It !had been a pleasure to work with them. At the close of the afternoon delicious refreshments were served Other guests besides the Delphianr were Mrs. Laura Reid. Mrs. Williair Harger, Miss Nancy Lewis and Eileen Mitchell. Marriage Announced Announcement Is made of tht marriage of Miss Freda Guilliams ' grand-daughter of Mrs. Ellen John eon, and Clair Van Sant, of Newport at 11 a. m. Saturday. January 2. a' Princeton. The service was read b? : Uev. Nesbitt, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, the single ring ceremony being used. The bride wa: attractively attired in a midniglr bine taffeta wtth black accessories. Mrs, Van Sant was graduates from Newport high school wilh tbi claBs of '1935 and since that timi has been employed ill the Vermillloi township trnstee's office. Mr. VaH Sant is a graduate of Cayuga high school and Is employed as linotyp' operator of The Hoosler State ii Newport. For the present they will reside at the home of Mrs. Johnson. Honor for ieviort At the International Bee Keeping conference held In San Antonio In November Mrs. Benjamin J. Ray-bould at Brazil. Ind., won first In the honey, fruit and nut bread contest, Mrs. Florence Miller of St. Bernice won third and Mrs. Arthur . Gill of Evanston, 111, won fifth. These ladies received their training at the round up last fall in Newport, Mrs. Miller winning first and second, Mrs. Gill third and Mrs. Raybould .fourth in the same kind of contest. They also wou places in other cooking contests at San Antonio. library IloanI Meets The Newport-VerarllJioo County library board met Tuesday afternoon tat the court house with Mrn. Ella p. Hall In. Charge. Other mem-meaibers present were Mrs. W. C Wait. MortUner Lewis. Mrs. Victor Randolph and William Heeler. Mis' Hess Lanhani, librarian, gave the -following report for December: volumes. S.513: circulation. 7. Mil; registration, r.,519. Yearly report: circulation. SS.516; volumes added. COS; new registrations. 122. O. C. Alkman returned to Chicago Sunday after spending the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Mary B. Alkman. Death Claim rhilil Mary Frances, age 4. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sum Sanders, dj"' Monday afteruoon in a Chit-ago hospital, following an illness of scarlet fever. She was horn August 12 1933. in Chicago, other survivor are the grandparent. Mr. aud Mrs. COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday GLORIA STUART and ROBERT KENT in The Crime o Cr. Forbes" BETTY BOOP in 'SONG FOR A DAY" 10c and 15c ices were held at Brazil Wednesday at i2 p. m. (today). Mrs. James Denson of Knoxville, Tenn., who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Clarence DePlanty. is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Paul Mi Fall, in Watseka, 111. Literary Club ill Session Mrs. G. E. Bingham was hostess Monday evening for the regular meeting of the Driftwood Literary club. Members responded to roll all with quotations from Van Dyke. short business meeting followed. V splendid hook review was given ly Mrs, Nina A. Thomas and a gen--ral discussion followed. Rofresh-nenls were served by the hostess. Those present were Mesdames Mary B. Aikman. Margaret Conlcy. Ella P. Hall, William O. Beeler, William Harger. H. S. Hawkins, J. N. Jones. Mortimer Lewis, William Myers, B. R. Nixon, Nina A. Thomas. W. G. Parrett aud the Misses Bess Lan-hnm, Elizabeth Nixon, and Mary A. Shipman. Mrs. William Hegarty was a guest. PARTY HELD BY FAIRVIEW GLASS Many From M. E. Group Present for Annual Event at Schoolhouse FAIR VI WW, Jan. (i The Build-rs Class of the Fairvicw Park M. E. iunday School held their annual Jew Year's watch party at the school house Thursday evening. Con-ests and stunts were enjoyed hroughout the evening and lunch vas served at 11:30 p. m. Those attending were Mrs. Edwin Ilark and daughters. Martha Ann, Mr. aud Mrs. Virgil Blacketer and amily, Mr. aud Mrs. Corbet Kemp. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stokes, Mrs. William Hablcht. Ray Munaon, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gross and family, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Simpson and Rev. and Mrs. Harold R. Hotchkiss. Guests vere Miss Grace Johnson and Miss gues Price of Clinton. Rev. and Mrs. Harold R. Hotch-'(iss, Miss Grace Johnson. Miss Agues Price and Mr. and MrB. JameB Wake of Clinton were Friday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Walter Eaton. Clee J. Sprague returned home ifter spending the past week with Marion Sprague of Dana. Mrs. Joe Fourmont returned home after being called to PittB-burg. Kan., by the death of her brother, Leon Cheblan. MrB. A. V. Kennedy. R. S. Bohan-non. Mrs. Jacob Bryant, Mrs. John Copriight 1937, Uccrn it Myoj Vitaphone News Comedy Funny Bones in Action! Come and Get Your James ;loaun and 7msu PIUh "The I'UK Carrico and Mrs. Hannah Mnlono arc confined to their homes with illness. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Malone of Clinton were the Sunday afternoon guests of his mother, Mrs. Hannah Malone. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roe and daughter. Nellie, or Detroit, were weekend guests or Mrs. Ada Neid-linger. Mrs. Dewey Armstrong and daughters were Sunday guests of, Mrs. Rebecca Wagner and daughter, Josie. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wagner of Delphi spent a row days the past week with his mother, Mrs. Rebecca "Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stokes and daughter, Carol, entertained as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newliind and daughter. Harriett, of west of Clinton and Mrs. Paul Nmvland of Clinton. The Forgiving Man "A man dat's luu own enemy," said Unrlo Eben. ' ble to be mighty fnrnivin'." WfK'.i in li.-i Mineral Plasiics Mineral plastics are composed chiefly of phenol, or carbolic acid, combined with formaldehyde. Bake-lite and a few others are black and are molded into desired shapes. not Without Dignity 1 He is never without dignity who avoids wounding the dignity ot others. Simple Dignity Do what thou hast in hand with perfect and simple dignity and feeling of affection, and freedom and justice; and so give thyself relief from all other thoughts. lb To4o Co, - vj i9ns goriest - v 1 " f V : ' m -v. : : : , ..enjoy Cieslerfields for the good things , s?noking can give you. v ' J

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