The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 7, 1937 · Page 2
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January 7, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Thursday, January 7, .1937 The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana PAGE TWO Spot Where Airliner Crashed Star Laments Slnrtage of Plays CENTER SOCIETY HOLDS MEETING NEWPORT CLASS HOLDSMEETING .Mrs. L. R. Stewart Is Hostess for Group of Women t on Thursday 1 11 H , Still Coughing? No mati'ir how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchiirl irritation, you can get relief now vith Creomulsion. Serious trouble may t brewing and you cannot afford to iake a chance with anything less tltui Creomulsion, which goes right to the seat of the trouble to aid nature to soothe and heal tho inflamed memt Tanes as the germ-laden phlegm is loofi-ned and expelled. Even If other remedies have failed, don't be discouraged, your druggist Is authorized to t guarantee Creomulsion and to refund your money If you are not satisfied with results from the very first botUe.OctCreonmklon right now. (Adv.) I ( ni . ' . ; 1(1 i . ,- i is I' You'll Be Glad That You Read This Advertisement Mrs. L. It. Stewart was hostess for the Queen Esther Sunday school class at her home Tuesday evening. A covered dish supper was served at the usual hour, after which a short business meeting was held in charge of Mrs. lassie Cooper, president. Devotions were led by Mrs. C. E. Iteehee. class teacher. The remainder of the evening was spent socially. Members present were Mesdames C. E. Hoe-bee. Audrey Fulls. Charles Hutson. S. M. Rlttenhnuse. Douglas Reed. Lewis Sims. D. R. Williams, Mortimei 1-ewls and Ix-ssie Cooper and one euest, Mrs. Thelmn Broady. j It Si-!-;. 1 -j I c ! 1 "W V , - y- Jj i ' Because It Offers You the Best Group of . USEE? CAHS Mr. and Mrs. Willam Hegarly spent Monday in Indlaanpolis. Mr. and Mrs. C. D, Williams and daughters. Lorine and Pauline, returned Monday from East St. Louis where they had been visiting for several days with Mrs. William's mother. Mrs. lonis Davis. moiWeTuWin today's news Hospital Patient Expected Home Soon: Thirty F.ntertaincd at West Union 1 1 Searchers sight wreckage Two weeks' search for a Northwestern airliner which disappeared Dec. 15 ended in discovery of the wreckage of the ship almost buried in the snow drifts of Cemetery Ridge. Idaho, above, the pilot and co-pilot dead. IN CLINTON! Look Them Over BUT Don't Overlook Them! The shortage of good plays la the chief problem of the theater to-lay despite the fact that the legitimate drama is enjoying a marked wave o? prosperity. Such is the opinion of j!? state star and principal in the current stage hit. First Lady-. She is confident that the theater has a great future despite the P'-tion of movies and radio. But her advice to the fledgling with dra-mafic ambitions is to weigh the move carefully because the many difficulties which confront the novice attempting to break Into the theater. Virginia Crane H Hostess for Group; Thirteen Attend Theater Party CENTER, Jan. 7--Mis Virginia Crane was hostess for the "Maids of All Trades Society-- Thursday afternoon. A grab bag featured the entertainment. which include.-, games and contests, as well as re-freihments. Thirteen members f I he sroup attended a theater parly in Clinton Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Parell Hann of 1hi-ley Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mitchell and dauphter of Catlin. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Botner and children and Mr. and Mrs. filenn Saxton and daughter of Southeast of nana spent Sunday with Mary Heber. Ernestine Crane spent the past week with her crandmothor. Mrs. Emma CTane of Kalrview. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Heher and daughter. Manelle. spent Saturday In Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wripht and daughter. Jane spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. IK-nly of Greeneastle. Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Myers and daughter. Barbara Ann. moved in with his father. Carl Myers. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. H"lt and family. Frances Myers and Mr. and Mrs Carlton Mack spent New year s wi'h Mr. and Mrs. Omer Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Jones and daughter. Bonnie, of St. Berniee spent Xew Year's with Mr. and Mrs. Pon-nis Grounds. Mrs. Ray Wricht and daughter. Jane, apent Monday with Mrs. Charlie Blrt of Terre Haute. Miss Jane Wrisht returned to Lafayette Wednesday evening after a two weeks" vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wripht. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ford spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Botner. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Weatherman of Newport spent Monday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlin. Mr. and Mrs. Manford Myers and daughters Epent New Year's with her mother. Mrs. Dean of Fan-view. Mrs. Nell Hrrh attended the funeral of her niece. Mrs. Keller of Indianapolis recently. Mr. and Mrs. Edwju Payton and daughter. Uis. visited with Mr. and Mre. Harold Moore and family of Bloomlngton on New Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Jones returned to Detroit Saturday after being called here a week ago on account of the serious illness of hir mother, Mrs. Kathcrine Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Jones of Detroit, Mrs. Jennie Pugh and Melvin and Lois Jones were supper guests Wednesday evening of Mr. and Mrs Omer Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clover and children of near Centenary. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Church of Clinton and Clo-tana Wilson were Sunday dinner fuests of Mrs. Eliza Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ford called in the afl- MONTEZr.MA. Jan. 7 Miss Pauline Pinecar. wlio recently underwent an operation at the Vermillion County hospital at Clinton, is expected homo this week. The Misses Ruth and .lane Causey of West I'nion ent.. mined aho'it thirty school friends at their h"ni. New Year's eve. Miss Irene Kelbr spent last week 1934 Chevrolet Sport Sedan 1934 Chevrolet Sedan with friends at Chicago. Miss Faunlcl Epblin spent a part of last week with her mother at Indianapolis. Mrs. l aiil Maxwell and daughter Mary Elizabeth have returned to their home at Chit ten after a week's visit with Mrs. Maxwell's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Aikman. Miss Pauline King of lndi:inap olis spent from Thurs.lay until Monday w ith her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. King. Mrs. Ethel MtKeown and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Richards at Hillsdale. Mr. and Mr! Rex Wagoner and son. Billie. of Indianapolis spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Waggoner. Charles Marshall, student of Butler college at Indianapolis, spent last last week with his parents, Mr. Importance of Discipline The employee that evidences a disposition to disregard discipline will never be fitted to lead others never until he changes his course. He will always remain a private. Odd Species of Snail A species of snail, found in limestone waters around Americus, Ga., can rise to the top of a pond or sink to the bottom by pumping water into or out of an air chamber. This is the same principle used by underwater boats. Derivation of Word Scaramouch The term Scaramouch is derived from Scaramuecia, a famous Italian buffoon, who acted in England in 1673, and died in Paris in 1694. It is also applied to one of the grotesque characters of the Italian stage who was dressed in black, wore a mask and represented the swaggerer and poltroon. In France the scaramouch was used for a greater variety of parts. blankets given away at the Parent Teachers meeting. Dec. 17. were received by A. A. Bond of Danville. Hi.. Fay Gibbons of Jonestown. Walter Class of St. Berniee and Mrs. W. S. Arms of Attica. ernoon. Miss Helen Miller visited wi.h friends in Linton over the holidays. Mrs. Joe Porter is reported to he ill. Miss Norton spent her holidays in Chicago. New Course Given ST. BERNICE SCHOOL NEWS The commercial department has 1934 Chevrolet Sedan 1934 Chevrolet Coach 1934 Chevrolet Coupe . . 1933 Chevrolet Coach - added the course business eco nomies. The course is designed to give the students a better picture of ! and Mrs. Elva Marshall, business problems thai laces them today. The class is composed of juniors and seniors. It is the aim . Nadine Joslin returned to her j home at Danville. 111.. Sunday after COLUMBIA a two weeks visit with ner sister, Mrs. Carl Bradley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry M.Keown of 1933 Chevrolet Town Sedan I of the class, upon completion of the ; course, to he able to look upon to-; day's. problems with a thorough and unbiased opinion. j Mr. and Mrs. Claude York were THURSDAY ONLY SDrincfield. III., spent Friday with Mrs. Clara McKeown. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leverenz of Danville. III., spent Sunday with the t nrisimas guests wi Mrs. F. H. Thompson and family. I Mr. Thompson's cousins visited Mrs. Connell reports that she spent her vacation at home and that for once she completely re-laxed.' ".: ' Mrs. Wright of Indianapolis sp.nl Christmas with her son. Ed Wright, and family. Miss Cnpe spent the holidays with her parents in Kokomo and with Miss Elsie Wormau of Oolitic. The shorthand class held a eon-test last Bemester. The losers are to entertain the winners tomorrow night at the home of Leonard Steffy. Miss Jane Little has enrolled as a member of the sophomore class. Mrs. James spent her vacation at Broadlands. 111., and Terre Haute. rrrHlll Presented The seventh grade enjoyed a Christinas tree and program Wednesday. Dec. 23. with Mrs. James, their sponsor. 6eotts and Mindemans are quarantined with scarlet f"ver. The home economics punch board Mr. and Mrs Clair Waggoner. them. also. Mr. and Mrs. Thomp Mr. and Mrs. Homer Huffman turning north last Wednesday nigh' Honor Roll Grade 1: Jeanne Mlnderman. Mary France Coojier. Billy Scott. Helen Nickles and Ruby Avers. Grade 2: Wilma Joyce Grounds Mary Joe Jordan. Edith Mae Little and Peggy Ann lu1oney. Grade j: Neva Jovee Smith. Dora Deane Glaze. Roberta Jo Dacley. Marilyn Joyce. Percy Jeane Ditto and Doyne J. Striker. Grade 4: James Botner. Jean Burgess. Wandalene Cottrell. David Jotdan. Vera Laswrll and Margaret Little. Grade 5: Percttla Gambill. Barbara Lee Allen. Opal Thomas and Barbara June McCown. Grade 6: Wilma Armstrong. Rosemary Bain and Frances Hendrix. Crade 7: Eleanor Archer. Robert Boruff. Rosemary Burgess. James Houston, Billy King. Thelma E Inion. Helen Maxine Lewis. Lincoln Maloney. Anita Miller. O'Neil Stout and Betty MeCart. Grade 8: Ruth Little. Grade 9: Shirley Frist and Helen Keith ley. Grade ll: Dorothy Bain. Grade 11: Wilma Brooks. Merry K. Chelf. Essie Frost and Norma Bell MeCart. Grade 12: Helen Botner. Jack Dnrfmeyer. Archie Harper. Inez H-ber. Marl" Little. Charlotte Mc-Bride. Timothy MeReynolds and aomi Sturm. i son and faniilv visited in Parke and daughters of Linnsburg. spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gill. Mrs. George Mathas spent Wed "Educating Father" with JED PROUTY SHIRLEY DEANE Comedy "Back Yard Broadcast" , . 10c and 15c nesday with her daughter. Mrs !igil"n Platter, at Danville. Mr. and Mrs John Martin and county during the holidays. Mr. Lackey and Mr. Aikman returned from their southern trip safely, but with an accent, a tan. and an ampl" supply of firecrackers. Leaving Indiana Thursday, Dec. 24. they visited Memphis, Tenn., Vicks-butg National Military park. Shiloh National Military park, Mammoth Cave and Lincoln National park, re- 1931 Ford Coach 1930 Ford Coach 1929 Chevrolet Coach 1929 Chevrolet Coupe 1928 Ford Coupe Rumble Seat 1928 Ford Coupe 1928 Chevrolet Sport Coupe 1928 Chevrolet Coach children spent Tuesday with rel lives at Marshall. Federal Funds to Aid Extension of 4-H Activities Cais Protected by Law In the Middle Ages cats were rare. In the tenth century they were protected by law and their prices fixed by government, says London Answers Magazine. A kitten was worth a silver penny, but after it had caught its first mouse its price was fourpence. In tho-e days a black cat was thought more of than one of any other color. PfCKV THPtCrUR& 10c WED.-THURS. 25c Nat.,. f PALACES ENTERTAINMENT! TONITE and FRIDAY USED TRUCKS 1935 Chevrolet Truck 157-In. Wheelbase ttfofaib laffliiTE tmiit-Pj I t 1933 Ford Truck H Ton V - ; ' fx f sS X MATCHING WITS JL. Vx ) WITH THE fv$Jp UNDERWORLD! V0 "i 1930 Chevrolet Truck 1 J Ton 1928 Chevrolet Truck 1 Ton 1930 G. M. C. Truck UTon And 20 Others To Choose From v r. r .. itj T V 2 H t'fSv? en GLK3T. - -v- Auto Go, Vitapn Act M New, 115 Blackman Phone 397 Novelty Cartoon News Traveltalk Comedy These pictures Indicate the function and scope of the modern -H club program w hich is to be extended this year A part of the government's youth program. Frances Webb, top left. Is a pretty 4-H fashion queen from Miami. Fla. Included in the blue ribbon winners grouped arour.d the piano are, left to right. Marion McLaughlin. Trenary, Mich.; J Alton Riffle. Pleasant Hill. Mo.: Frederick Able. Charl?s Jordan. Beloit. Kas : Eloise Garrett Uriah. Ala.: Jane Castine. Ridgewa;-'. S. C. at the piano At the lower left. Wmnifred Wylie. Woos-ter, O.. girl, is shown with her prize-winning baby beef. Perfect health prizes were lecently won by 4-H club members Constance Kircher. 15. of Pike county. Illinois, and Raymond French. 17. of Marshall county. Iowa, who appear at the lower right comer. Fri. I Sat. 1 nt'CK JONF.S in to- Iti.ler of iun Creek-'miedy and Serial Come and Get Your Funny Bones in Action! READ THE ADS GadsJen, AJaHwardCobb. Greene, jJi'-iXJ

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