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January 8, 1937

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Friduy, January 8,1937 The Daily Clinloniun, Clinton, Indiana PAGE TWO ! WaPWM'Hf rPIIIWH.lj,T.ff'l"W f HI lliMIINJf "' SI -ul 'f I Behind the I In UNIVERSAL U. B. CLASSES MEET On HOLLYWOOD W w f 10 POUNDS Y T D A AlilU F I - I JOHN GAMBAIANl Centenary, Indiana PflY DAY SPECIALS At These A . . sm Universal, Indiana IVAN SVETKOFF MINNIE GIOVANINI SECONDINO BROS. North Eighth Street Clinton SOAP K Large Bars J cli PERONA'S STORE 1201 North Seventh Street Clinton BEAL'S MARKET 328 North Ninth Street Clinton Blanford, Indiana B. SHARP Fairvicw Park Magnabosco & Berto North Eighth Street Clinton VICTOR PALONCY Fairvicw Park .Arrow 0) 558 W. LZ3 V 'J i 1 MISS 'ly U8E1C10US PORK & BEANS CORN MEAL, white mMv Sips 409 24 Iff WW By HARRISON CARROLL I'opyritcht, W.U. King Felnr brndlrsla. Inc. HOLLYWOOD In spite of his reputation aa Hollywood's most leisurely artist. Charlie Chaplin has completed half of the script mi mi (including dla- Ijy u logue) ror laui-ette Goddard's picture. "Regency", and the film may fro Into production months sooner than expected. Taulette, aa you may have heard, I t n nlaii nn English beauty i-auiotto (ioddard George IV. The picture will be Chaplin s debut as a talkie director. While making this concession to the new medium, Charlie may still laugh at his critics for, according to Variety, his silent comedy. "Modem Times", was the largest grossing picture during IMS. bringing In t4.000,0n0. The same source rates M. G. M.'b "San Francisco" as second. Olivia de Havilland'a attack of artificial hysteria, brought on by protracted crying scenes for "Call It a Day", was much more serious than at first suspected. After more than a week, she is now up and about but still Is under the care of a physician. She has dropped five pounds during the spell. Three young players make substantial strides ahead in "Green Light", Warner Brothers' screen version of Lloyd C. Douglas' novel, which you will be seeing shortly. Errol Flynn, out of uniform for a change, gives his soundest acting performance and loses no whit of glamor through the absence of his colorful trappings. Anita Louise grows up In this picture and Margaret Lindsay displays a warmth that she has hitherto failed to achieve. All of which, one suspects, is due to the sympathetic direction of Frank Borzage, who always may be counted on to bring out the best in an actor. "Green Light" looks like money fn the pockets of Warner Brothers and of Cosmopolitan productions. You Asked Me and I'm Telling You! Sadie Leopold, Brooklyn: The Idea of collecting all the Fred Astaire dances into one film may be a commercial one, as you suggest, but I am afraid you'll never get a chance to see such a picture and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Martin and daughter, Marie. Mrs. Ksthfr KcIUt of firazil spent the weekend with her sinter. Mrs, Mary JuhnHon, and daughter, Kalh-ryn. Mr, and Mrs. Al Wonder and Mr. and Mrs. Hen Reeker and ehildrn returned to their home in Cihcago after spending the holidays with John Virowko and family. SUMMIT CROVE 8I.WIM1T GROVE. Jan. X - Mrs Carl Miller and daut'lilr-r sjfiit Wednesday with Mrs. Harold .Ma, li of Clinton. Saturday and Sunday tlir-y visited Mrs. Jim Lamb of near Bono and attended the Nazareni church. Mrs. Mort Millr and daughter were in Trre Haule Wednehday. Mr. and Mrs. I'iton Mack and children of Wilmiia'imi. III., spent the weekend wilh Mr. and Mr. Ks-chol Mack. Mrs, M. Southard of Hillsdale and daughter. Mrs. Glen Vinuedg" of Canada, were dinner guvls ,,r Mr. and Mrs. Alliert Gilnmrc. Henry Gilmore of T rre Haiitf- iH Oranges dm.-9c ib. 11 7 3 No. 2 cans 25c 6 lbs. 25c Sveet Potatoes 6 25c Potatoes usPe?k0, 30c Seen unless you happen to know Fred Astalre. He Is making up a film like that for hla private library. Quite a blow to Hollywood's conceit, but the only autograph Fernand Ciravet wanted to take hack to Franca was Tom Mix's. Gravet was an officer In the Belgian cavalry, and always has admired Tom's equestrian skill. Incidentally, Mervyn La Roy's new star sails for France on the 16th. He makes one picture and returns to Hollywood. Success hasn't made Bob Burns forget. When the Inventor of the bazooka was trying to make a name on the radio, he became friendly with Ted Dante, who had charge of the parking lot at the National Broadcasting studio. Recently, Dante ran into a hit of hard luck, and a?ked Burns if he could get him a Job at Paramount. "I'll make you my stand-in," said Bob. And he did, although Dante Is four Inches shorter than the comedian. He has to stand on wooden blocks to bring him to the required height Here and there In Hollywood. . . . Wonder who Is Dixie Dunbar's mystery admirer? He tele phoned her twice on New Year's Eve from the Empress of Britain, en route from London to Bermuda. . . . Rosalind R u s-sell's mother is giving up her home in Water-bury, Conn., and will live with Rosalind In Hol-I v w o o d. . . . Rosalind Russell Martha Raye's diet must not rule out steaks, for she and Jerry Wnnmr haunt Lindvs. . . . Univer sal ham forhifttlen .l.imeS Dunn tO ride his show horse, Colonel, until he has finished his picture more. Oddly enough, nothing has been said about his flying. . . . It's a happy new year for Bill Goetz. He hu tnst been made a vice president of Twentieth Century-Fox. Pretty good at 33. And Jean Muir has moved out of her apartment rainer than give up her dog, which the management objected to. Flash! Fencing lessons proved too realistic for Patric Knowles. English actor, who Just had the tip of his ear clipped off by a foil. Several years ago, the actor had the same ear cauliflowered and paid a big fee to have It repaired by plastic surgery. spent Wednesday here at home. Mrs. C. Hammersley of Clinton spent Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs. Carl Miller. Mr. and Mr. Mort Miller spent Wednesday in Indianapolis. . Raccoon, Indian Name The name raccoon is said to came from a blending of Indian names and bestowed upon this small animal for its habit of washing and moistening its food in water before eating. Tli.Hi-and- "I people "ait for this xniiual Mile of RVTK.X III HI. K V.lHiK VKLLI'M printed stationery. Muring January only ymi can b"V RVII-.V IM-X'kLK KIHiK VKIXI'M wial;o:l ry in double Hi ilal quantity . , . ion lM,e and I'M! envelops . . . printed villi your Monogram or Name and Address for only ttJMh Two si7- . . . larue flat hi,s-is iir smart double sheets, tsee sumnles at The I'aily t lintonian crffke. adv. DR. B, H. SELLERS DENTIST 249 i South Main Street Oiniun, Indiana f $19.99 TO 167.50 Sold On Easy Payment No Finance Company. Sold on a Money-Back Guarantee! Malm of Radio ' Ft; is 21 JL. Two Watch Partiet Are Enjoyed ; U. M. W. A. Auxiliary in Session UNIVERSAL, Jan. -Mr. niul Mrs. Ed Griffiths ciiHTIi.ined Willi a Npw year s ovo watch party fur tin-C, J. V. fiunilay school .larni or I In l'. B. chtirch at llifir homo. Mr. r.riffilhK Is lh li-achor. Tin- cvp-nliiR was apent mm-ibIIjt. Hpfresh-nients were served. Those present were Helen Warrington, Kathrvn Johnson, ArmlNIo I'mnle. Marearet Stirnla. Roherl Foils. Thomas Sliurr, Pearl Marlin. Earl Morris. Wlllard Neivlanil and Dean Grlffilh". tla in .MeeJIiiR The Happy Doers Sunday school class of the IT. n. ehurch held their monthly meetinK at the ehurch New Years eve and also enjoyed a watch party. Arter a short huslneas meetinK, the party was held in the hase-ment. A proRram was presented, game played and refreshments served. Those present were Helen Kairns, Marie Martin. Violet Chap-pelier, Lesta Griffiths. Maxine and Lucille Foltz, Jane Hunter. Marearet McVay. Maxine and Nadlne Searing. Mary Burhta. Richard Lark. Robert Lewis. Albert fhappelier. Edward Hardie, Charles MeVay. George Marlow. Henry Drake, Jimmy Lewis and Rev. Ida M. Cunningham, the teacher. All the boys were were guests. 1', M. W. A. Auxiliary The ladies Auxiliary of the U. M. W. of A. met at the home of Mrs. David Johns. After a shorl business session refreshments were served. The evening was spent socially. The next meeting will be ai th home of Mrs. Mary Miller, Jan uary 18. Mrs. William Urann visited with her husband in Terre Haute las! weekend. Mls Loraine Brann visit ed In Brazil over the weekend with relatives. Mrs. John Chinn and Mrs. Max well of East Chicago are visitlnc Mrs. Chlnn's father, George Sim Sr. and other relatives, Mr. and Mrs. William Sim of De trolt spent the weekend with their parents. James Sim and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glaeoletti. Miss Rena Sicoldo returned to her work In Chicago after spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs Mary Scioldo. Miss Viola Vantura returned home from Jolfet. 111., where she spent her vacation with her mother. Mrs. Angelo Saccaro, and Mr. Saccaro. Miss Margaret McVay spent a few days VBiitlng Miss Ruth Dennaby at Llnertyvllle. Miss Ruth Scott returned to her home In Chicago after visiting her aunt, Mrs. David Johns and Mr. Johns and family during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Waltigny and son, Herman, returned to their home after spending Christmas In Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. William Causer, Mrs. Pete Causey and baby and Miss Serene Waltigny returned with them and spent the week end. They left Sunday for their home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson of Terre Haute wrs also a guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Waltigny. William Mereeki of the C. C. C ramp spent New Year's with hit-parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Mer-eski. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelly. Mrs. Mary Kelly and Miss Bessie Kairns of Terre Haute spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Kairns and family. Miss Kairns remained for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Martin and daughter. Martha Jean, of Muwie pent Sunday with Mrs. Isahelie Farrlngton and daughter. Helen PAR 1 6 Now Only 50c a Jar Par IS Ba!tMd Minerals Is a rerv hlfhly riB-Bt rated PKOTKIN-VITAM1N - LACTOfcK - MJNEKAL M'-a) I h Food, made according to a scientific formula, to supplement other foods and balance the diet It is the only food that contains fri eollodial form ALL the MINERALS needed 4iy the body every day each in its proper profwrtion and in addition VITAMINS B and f.. LAf-fTOSE. and ALL the PROTEIN needed by the body. Without a foil supply of tbe IMPORTANT FOOD ELEMENTS, perfect health is impossible. A month's supply of Par IS costs only 6fic. This is real HEALTH INSURANCE for less than 2c a day. 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