The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 9, 1937 · Page 2
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Clinton, Indiana
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Saturday, January 9, 1937
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Siliuiday, January 9, 1937 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana PAGE TWOi Storm Cente lurriuy. . She lavtorily. been a patient t the Vermillion County hospital for about a mouth, remains the same. . NEWPORT CLASS IS ENTERTAINED from he Vermillion County boHiHiit ,, 'nrtord! - HEAD THE CLINTONIAN CLASSIFIADS REAP THE ADS II 1 SUN. MON. TUES. I 10c TONITE 25c II Addle Foil., of t'enleiiary, who lias biM n a palient al the local hospital for about a week, in improving. William Kranklin Allan, who has Raymond Gilniore and Melvlvn Ward, of ShelbyvKc, who were Injured In au auto accident near Montezuma Thursday, were dismissed nd Snow Festival? Hold at Church- Wednesday; Officer Named COLUMBIA SlAjL l0' "''" " BUCK JONES in rA M Ay 'PfCsfr "WeMeiu Ske lien" "Best Rider of Gun Creek" , yjUC ' Fox Mvion N" T!m A Irene Comedy " I "Making "Ace Uru.nmond ! w!rar -"1 NEWPORT, Jan. 9- Mr, and Sirs. Oscar Kersey and Mr, and Mm. E. E. Neal were hosts und hostesses to the Fidelst Sunday school class with an "Ice Cream and Snow festival," Wednesday evening at the church. The dining room was beautifully decorated to represent a enow scone. Surace, . lrycloA, tiimel and cotlon were used.. Jit one corner of ihe SUNDAY AND MONDAY ( i f f ' ' v if f.A: ' f ' mnnmtt li. i &kimt,i, i room wae a anow man and the ta ble deoorationa were 111 blue and ril- juice mi ver. The room was lighted Willi blue lights. , A 4ot luck supper was enjoyed al 30. followed' by Jt business meet lng. The following officers wen f rt r r f "" I t I . TED HEAIY GREGORY RATOFP PATSY KEllY MICHAEL WHALEN RITZ SROTH.S elected: Oncer Kersey, president: William Beeler, vice-president: Mrs. Qnter McMasters,' secretary; Mis W. W. Broaddus, treasurer; Rev. C. B. Beebee. teacher: William Beeler. assistant teacher. Mrs. Neel had charge of the de Cartoon in Color li III I mTmi V. ' I "Two Lazy Crows votions, taking for the scripture Movietone News 10c and 15c reading the first chapter of Cere is, John's Gospel and the Heveia tlptt. There were 53 present In . Charlotte Moskowitz Center of the controversy racing-at Commonwealth college, Mcna, Ark., is Charlotte Moskowitz. secretary-treasurer of the school, who ia one of the active powers fighting attempts of an Arkansas faction to close the school because of lu alleged radical teachings. HOSPITAL NEWS Louis Malauowski, who has been a- patient at a hospital In Dayton, O., was removed to his home in Kairview Thursday. He is in a critical condition. LAST TIMES TONIGHT eluding members of Hie class ami their families. Special guestB wee JL i ROBERT - AllCE I fY ""l - YOUNG FAYE ' e r,AEGEME PAUETTE HELEN WESTLEY I Si ti& ol ARTHUR TREACHER SOt ,V- lBWA" ""lie STI"0 UWI'" I 1 tb .i , Cevj Oircll by William A. UHt I --v il f(t & IVfcmiwW.iafcW-.MMc.M.. i I jfV "The Border Patrolman with GEORGE O'BRIEN and POLLY ANN YOUNG Comedy "Rush Hour Rhapsody" Short "Vilephone Hippodrome" ONLY 10c .ffiwiii.wjijiuiii, Mm. Hlhel Cofl'a. of north of Clinton, underwent an operation at tile Verniiilllon County hospital yes - - - - --- - -" im.imn.Mnnn miiuwuiM m.-im mu mil i u. j iuui ipj m JMw ' ''"I"!" II""""' TfT.1 i1."!!' ?WW"'L 7" ' i - -" " --------- T 7-t- i -VTir"- rf it i - &Tiinw-irt Mr. and Mrs. Riley Park, Scotlun I. LUM Mn. Thelma Beebee and ch'l dreo, Washington, Pa , Mr. and Mrs. L A. Myers and Mrs. Otis Wataoii, Thimble Club TJia first meeting of the Thimble club Cor the new year was held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. V. B, Dwiggina. The afternoon was spent socially followed by a business meeting,. Election of. officer? was held. Mrs. DeWitt Corn is the newly-elected president; Mrs. R. V. Hugbos, vice-president and Mrs. Mortimer Lewis was re-elected secretary and treasurer. A two-course luncheon was served, to the following members: Mcs-dames H. C. Sawyer, Mortimer Lew-la, B. R. Nixon, W, C. Wait, L. P. Nelson, J. L. Saunders R. V Hughes. DeWitt Corn, Verner Van Vllet, William Hegarly, W. G. Par-rett, C. E. Sawyer, Beulah Chlpj-B m 4HMaMHnaaawawM i i i ' 1 I The ason's Mighitest Musica t is Loaded With Laughter, and Mrs. H. B. Aikman of Tene - V f A ! Haute. ongs, Music and trancing Miss Powell Clinches Her Title ofi World's Greatest Feminine Tap Dancer in Lavishly Staged. Musical Romance Laid Against Picturesque Background pf United States Navy-James Stewart, Virgi ia Bruce Stand Out ' . ,. . "Soeletf of Happy Death"' One of the weirdest sight in Cra-cw, Poland,. is the procession of the Society of tha Happy Death, a medieval association whose members once a year celebrate their common desire for a pleasant exit from this world by parading from the Franciscan church in black robes decorated with' skull and' bones. in Talent-Packed Supporting Cast. 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X iy y y 1 t I pi the P title ot I l Eleanor Powell'g new f ' 1 Mtfon. musical 4 Her I I Prst B,nce she tapped f , I Metro-Goldwya-May. L-i -' crt Broadway Melody L.?, f - J of 1936". 4 v Par Id' Balamwd Minerals Is a very hlfthly concentrated PROTKIN-VITAMIN - LACTOKK - MINERAL Health, Food, made according to a aoiantifio tormula. to supplement other, foods and balance the diet. It is the only food that contains in collodial form ALL the MINERALS needed by the body every day" each In ite proper proportion and in addition VITAMINS B and C. LACTOSE, and ALL the PROTEINS needed by the body. Without a full supply of these IMPORTANT FOOD HLKMBNTS, perfect health is impossibles A month's supply of Par 16 costs only 50c. This is real HEALTH INSURANCE for less than 2c a day. So highly concentrated is Par 1C tttab every 60c Jar contains more mlBOrala than 60 quarto, of milk. No other food gives you so much t-nnn VALXE for only 60c For AT ....TONITE.... 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