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January 14, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Thursday, January 14, 1937 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana PACE TWO Wayne Kamm, Rita Ricauda, Joe Brooks. Jean Dal Sassn, Bert Shep-hard and Mary Frigo; and entertainment, Joan Wright, Ben Sollars, Jane Robertson and Evelyn to Ellena Heain, lot 10 In Higgins add. to Clinton, $1. t liailTBi'cpela el"ux to Crustlano Henettl et ux, lot 161 in Matthew Park 2nd add. to Clinton, $350. Dr. G. R. McGUIRE . Chiropractor ' X-rar Service. Palmer Graduate, 8381 Blackmail Street FAIRVIEW CLUB HOLDS MEETING ticket. ' V Tho entertainment consisted of a violin solo by Carl Moser, accompanied at the piano by Gordon Fletcher; accordion selections by Martha and Virginia Voto; a piano medley by Marguerite KaBler; a piano solo by Gordon Fletcher, and community singing, led by Gail Murl llennls. was enjoyed. Games were played und refreshments wore served. PARTIES GIVEN BY SOPHOMORES, ' JUNIORS OF CHS , . ... Second Year Students Allowed to Have First Gathering Because of Large Ticket Sale presented by Attorneys Walt & Car-llhers, Newport. I - Knight Uttlo, entered a plea or not guilty to a charge of petit larceny In Vermillion Circuit Court Tuesday and bond was fixed In the sum of $B00. Uttle Is rhargod in the affidavit wllh Htealing personal property from Clyde Wilson Tnr-runen of the value of $25 on Nov 25, 11136. No trial date has been set. Good Attendance at Community Gathering! Mr. and Mr. Whitworth Honored Sbakespeare'i Birth Date William Shakespeare's birth dale la unknown, but he waa baptlied In the parish church of Stratford-on-Avon in Warwickshire on April 26, 1564. . DoitlQ For Oaly J la, iik.. - - - 'Within 94 Fust National lianh of Clinton. by Joseph II. Stahl, receiver, to Earl Smith et ux, part lot 5 In block 9 original plul or Clinton, $475. George Lucas el ux to II. 0. Wright el ul. trustees, lot 6 In block II C. W. Kbi pardson's 2nd add. to Clinton, $1. Myrtle 11. fiurkley et al by Karl Sinllh, sheriff, to It. G. Wright et al, lrustc.es, purl lot 9 in block 2$ original plat or Clinton. $1,628.46. Paul W. Hayward et ux to It ill h Woodruff, 271 acres In 29-18-10. $1,250. Delbert O. Taylor et ux to Angelina Voratore, lot 12 In John Van-nest add. to Clinton, $5. irPvJelYYS f. Old ,.itr taking In 1,1. Haiti 1 'nn fen til Jl fit will 4riv Pa'; I itona turn yaw w llaMJ. aCHlW 1 Hi itrm yon nnr avanj knew wcr wie-i.. A Three Days' Cough J Is Your Danger Signal No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchial irritation, you can get relief now with Creomulslon, Serious trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance with anything less than Creomulslon, which goes right to the seat of the trouble to aid nature to soothe and heal the Inflamed membranes as the germ-laden phlegm is loosened and expelled. Even if other remedies have fallea, don't be discouraged, your druggist l authorized to guarantee Creomulslon and to refund your money if you are not satisfied with results from the very first bottle. Get Creomulslon rightnow. (Adv.) .11 Ml IKK HtVK 1MKTY A Junior class parly was given lust Monday evening In the senior high school building. Sponsora of this class are Mra. Margaret Mc-Welhy and Wayne Dorsett. The Toars, led by Mr. Dorsett. entertained tho Jeeps, led by Mrs. McWelhy, aa a result of having lost Ihe Junior play ticket sale contest. The following committees were appointed: Refreshment, Margaret Olanottl, Charlotte Smith, Geraldlno Woods, Mildred Bohannon, Harold Frist. Joseph Helegda and Robert Miller; collection, Betty Martin, Ithould thoroughly! Having sold Ihe most basketball tlrkntH, Ihe sophomore class of Clinton high school waa given the honor of holdliig the first clam party of the year. Gall Muil Henuls waa In i-hai-ae of Ihe ticket sale. The party was held In the senior high school building Friday evening. Mlts Louise Robertson and Raymond Trobaugh are tho class sponsors. Students named as chairmen of the committees were: Robert Mitchell, entertainment; Martha Jennings, refreshment; Gall Murl Hen-nis, program, and Earl Carmondy, cienuaa wmi mjw VaM Yhit Mk jro lAwlataW to appendicitis. ;rhe u tvt Wn, MUi1tlalaA eftyr aiifcrnu Old Chief la a prOTatntB-tf far Mint is palm In anna, ttaatbttoak, hfpa and legs. Even ona doaa will ImOd aUa ateauck. m-c"?tlon and faJoaAlacT 6oldat cT.T.tim Indian roWEMS PHARMACY South Main tftreet Hard Necessity Necessity may be a hard nehool-mistress, but she is generally found best. FAIRVIEW, Jan. 14. The nipelltin of the Community Club wiis hrld Friday night, Jan. 8, with a Rood attendance. Banco waa played and prima wnio awarded to NV1I Hunt), Jay Thoniim and Mra. Add Nrldllnitur. A aliowor waa given In honor of Mr. and Mra. Ralph WJH'.worUi. who were recently married. Hi-fresh-ments wore aerred. R, 8. Ronhannon la t III cuiillui'd to hla home wllh IIIiipbb. Mra. Wllhelmin Gnsni'M sn-nl Saturday In Terre Haute. Mra. Elmer Thomas Sr., haa been confined to her home with lllnaas. Mr. end Mra. Andrew Simpson and William Payton spent Sunday afternoon In Terre Haute with the Jlr, and Mra. George Merry and family. .Mra. Clarence Church and sons, Edward and Gene, of Dana, mien I Saturday night' with' Mrs. Hannah M alone. 'Mrs.. Mary Halt and daughter, Ruth, spent the weekend In Terre Haute with friends. Mrs. Raymond. Goanell spent Sunday with her paresis, Mr. and Mrs. Mbrt Miller, of Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Malcnn of Clinton and Mrs. Ella Davis were Sunday guests of Mrs. Hannah Ma-lone. Mrs. Ida Eller spent Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Olive Newklrk, of South of Clinton. Mrs. Newklrk Is confined to her home with Illness. CLEARANCE JANUARY A mot Inn to set aside an order nuide on December 31st has been died by defendant In the suit for aetarntlon from bed and board of Cledllh Kyle vs. Joseph Kyle. The defendant alleges lhat Ihe suit was Hied on December 28 and a summons, notice of application for suit money and maintenance and re-alralnlng order were issued; that the same were not served on defendant either sy reading to or leaving a copy, but were Berved on defendant's mother, who Is aged 70 years and is feeble; (hat some time later his mother gave him some papers and he read the summons slating he would have to appear in Vermillion circuit court on January !)tli, but, that he waa not familiar with court .procedure .and did not know he waB to appear on December 31; that his salary is (110 per m-Onlli instead of $150 as alleged by his wife. The order made, on December 31 requested the defendant to pay the sum of $60 temporary attorney fees and the sum of $75 per month Tor the support of plaintiff and their three children. Defendant states it is impossible for him to pay this amount and have sufficient funds to live. i " Mrs. Kyle is seeking the separation on grounds of habitual cruelly, and is represented in court by Attorneys Winfield M. Fox of Terre Haute and Homer D. Ingram of Newport. Defendant, is represented by Attorney Mark W. I.yday of Clinton. The couple reside In Clinton township. 1 n 1 1 n 1 '35 4-Door Sedan PONtlAC '28 Coach. Fine Buy. ' CUNTON AUTO. hill I. A Radio, Heater a W I VaW 1 KIRKMAN '36 4-Door. Touring c J C OfW nilini '31 4-Door Sedan HI III K New Tires. Overhauled PLYM. CHEEK UUIUIl KIRKMAN n. iu 32 4-Door Sedan. f A Bargain I L I In 'argaln BUICK Sfs 27 Coach, CHEEK CHEEK PLYlUl. '36 De Luxe Coach. Radio, Heater. JACKSON '29 Sedan, New Tirea. OK Mechanically $75. KIRKMAN CKEV. COURT NEWS In this advertisement you will find Bated practically every worthwhile Used Car in the stocks of the dealer of Clinton. Now, for a few days, they are dashing prices to the bone in a great Mid-winter Clearance. You will find the cars listed alphabetically. Complete name and addresses of dealers participating in the clearance, with the number of cars offered by each, appear below. SEE THEM AT THESE FIRMS: Check & Son (18 Cars) - 240 Vine St. - Phone 404 Clinton Auto Co (18 Cars)-1 15 B!ac kman-Pbone 397 Coleman Auto Co. (14 Cars)-335 S. Third-Phone427 Jackson Motor Co. (lOCars) 231 Blackman-Phone 2 KirkmanBuick Sales (6 Cars) 258 Blac kman-Phone 640 Miller's Service Garage (7 Cars)-215 Elnj-Phone 665-J Goard Sales Co. (10 Cars) - 107 Elm - Phone 42 TrnnAn 36 Sed,n- Goo1 I tKKnr a clea"' . MILLER '36 Standard Coach Low Mileage CLINTON AUTO CHEV. '35 Sedan. ; NEWPORT, Ind., Jan. 13. Faye Goodman, administratrix of Hoy Bedwell, has filed suit In Vermillion Circuit Court against Robert Tompkins, seeking damages in the sum of ,10,000.00 for the death of decedent. The complaint alleges that Bedwell was killed in an auto accident on Dec. 6, 1936 on US 41 near Di,nontn Vien rnimtv. Indiana bv a Low mileage. TERRAP. mini '34 Club Sedan I. H r V See U 1 1 L I . CUNTON AUTO MILLER '35 Coach. Electric Shift. MILLER TERRAP. '34 Master Sedan Good Tirea. CLINTON AUTO CHEV. caV driven by Tompkins. The plain-1 tiff la represented by Attorneys j Frank Hamilton of Terre Haute and, M. C. Wiggins of Newport. nnnnr '28 Sedan. Extra good. Tbeda Olene Burton has filed suit In Vermillion circuit court seeking a divorce from Lancelot Thomas Burton. The complaint alleges cruel and inhuman treatment. Mrs. Burton asks that her maiden name of Miller be restored. The couple was married April 12, 1936 and separated January 7, 1937. The plaintiff is a minor and Ib represented In court by Jewell Miller as her next friend. Application for suit money and maintenance pending the divorce has been filed and hearing set for January 22 at 2 o'clock. The plaintiff la a resident of Clinton and is represented by Attorney's Aikman, Miller & Causey of Terre Haute. '34 Master Coupe Priced Low. CUNTON AUTO CHEV. UUUUL 'SO Down. COLEMAN nnnnr '28 Sedan.. Clean '34 Master Coach Good Paint. CLINTON AUTO CHEV. UUUbt Newpaint JACKSON Judge Claude B, Philpott of Fountain Circuit Court has been named special Judge- to hear the cause of Edgar McKinney et al vs Mary M. Galloway. The plaintiffs are aeeking to share In a $150,000 eatate left to tbe defendant by David Ji Galloway," wider the claim they are children of an illegitimate son of Galloway. DUUbt '"'" """""-CHEEK '34 Master Sedan Fine Buy. CLINTON AUTO '33 Master Coach A Bargain CUNTON AUTO CHEV. CHEl '29 Coupe. Cheap transportation. CHEEK DESOTO Homer Smock of Summit Grove has filed suit in Vermillion circuit court seeking a divorce from Ruth Ann Smock, alleging cruel and inhuman treatment. The couple was married Novemiber 21 , 1936 and separated January 6, 1937. Plaintiff is represented by Attorneys Aikmau, Miller & Causey of Terre Haute. i" "f '29 Coupe. Lots of cheap Transportation. CUNTON AUTO CHEV: '32 Pacemaker. Priced to move. JACKSON '27 Sedan. A good cheap car. CLINTON AUTO ESSEX ESSEX '29 Coach. Don't Overlook this Buy. CUNTON AUTO CHEV Georgia M. Russell of 'Newport has rliled a motion In Vermillion Circuit Court in her divorce action against Ray D. Russell requesting the defendant to produce in court at their trial all gross Income tax reports, pass books at the Citizens State Bank of Newport, and R. H. Nixon & Co. 'a Bank at Newport, and a list of materials, supplies and equipment concerning his filling station in Newport from July 1, 1936 and ending Jan. 15, 1937. Hearing is set on the motion for January 14, 1937 at 10 a. m. The plaintiff is represented in court by Attorneys K. J. Dudley and William H. Heeler and defendant by Attorney Mark W. Lyday of Clinton, Real Estate, TRANSFERS rnnn v-s coup. iUKU Ncw p"n, '34 Master Sedan. $395. Heater, Radio. COLEMAN CHEV. CHEEK rnnn 34 V-8 Coach. De Luxe, Burnett R. Nixon et ux tc Alfred Jones, lots 16 and 17 in Commercial club add. to Newport, $1. Wabash Real- Estate corporation rUKU Fine' 0nly $345- '35 Master Coupe Very Clean JACKSON CHEV SOARD mnn '33 V-8 Sedan. A fine '33 Coach. Radio and Heater at a Real Price. SOARD CHEV. SOARD " """""ITT"!?- lllll I m '32 Sedan. New Tire FORD Sts.6- irm WILLYS I UI1U CLINTON AUTO j . a n im iSOARD SALES CO. ha Ued i8 M?del A CoUpe YPV ". $850. Liberal HIKIl Good but cheap. LO Ternia-Trade. I UlU CLINTON AUTO 1 erms-i rages. mnn '29 Coach. An unusual buy TRUCKS H nil t $i25. 1 MILLER II Pll '33 Cab and Dump Body r.HrV Dual Wheel. mnn '36 V-8 Coupe. Driven only UIH-I. SOARD M 11(1 1 10,000 mile. KIRKMAN niiril '32 Cab "nd Chassis. I . H I" U Dual. New rear tire. FRANKLIN - I lUlllllLlll CHEEK mini '35 1 Hon. 1 57-inch. -, I . H I V Wheelbaae. '33 Coupe ' CUNTON AUTO GRAHAM PrKCi UW JACKSON n II r II '35 1 J-ton Platform body l.nrw clean ; UIILI. -MILLER t II inOflll i 38 Touring Brougham - " " ' ; 1 mm Radi miller. fljcy.3SJe" 77 7t UIILI a. CLINTON AUTO MARMON sSn auto qqqq sat-. cheek II A Oil '29 Coupe. Priced , , NASH lo eU' mnn '36 V-8 U-Um Long CHEEK pQUU Wheelbaae. J NAM Afabargain. ' rnnn 35 V-8 Pick-up. Like UMOII JACKSON fURD n,w $37S OLDS. :$iucman FORD T2hIiton UI1U CHEEK nt nn '29 Coach. Like new. " " " ' III New paint. $145. rfnn '31 U-ton. Dual wheel. ULUO. V COLEMAN HIH I Cheap at $160. I UIU COLEMAN nt nn '35 "8" Coach. Low nlriN M.Ie.ge. $695. rftnn '36 157-Inch W. B. CoJ ULUO. SOARD MH J Body. Save $300. I UIU COLEMAN OLDS. en FORD fr PACKARD FORD "ZZL, PACKARD gJfe FORD "",1 nnilTIAO '35 Six Coupe De Luxe rnnn '33 1 J-ton Short rUflllAU Rd,' KIRKMAN lUKll WheeIbeCLrNTON AUTO 34 V-8 Coach. FORD Radio, Heater. 32 Sedan. A good, clean car at $395. SOARD CHEV. JACKSON Walter Stoner has filed suit against Dan Rodish. in Vermillion Circuit Court seeking damages to his car in the sum of $500. The suit-waa filed aa the result of aa accident at the intersection of Commerce Street and MasaachueUs Avenue in Indianapolis on March 14, 1936 In which Stoner'a automobile was damaged. The plaintiff is re- VToto YOU BRIMC ) S Zi f THE anti Uar ' - THIM IN ,V. ' '29 Coach. Perfect Mechanically. JACKSON FORD '29 Coach. Lots of transportation here at $100. SOARD CHEV. '30 Model A Coach. -Bargain at $175. COLEMAN FORD '30 Coach. Fine Condition, good appearance at $160. SOARD CHEV. '33 V-8 Coupe. Low price.. Reconditioned. COLEMAN FORD lFm!fl niiru 30 Coach- A real value UHtY. l $H5' CHEEK '29 Tudor Sedan. A real Buy. COLEMAN FORD '30 Model 77 Sedan New Tirea. CHEEK CHRYS. '35 De Luxe Tudor Fine condition. COLEMAN In FORD niim.n 30 Model 70 Sedan CHRYS. K"1"'- CHEEK Be Ready For EMERGENCIES Many n outing is spoiled by annoying, aggrevating headaches. Here is a suggestion. Every large package of Dr. MILKS ANTI - PAIN PILLS contains a pocket size case that holds six pills. Carry this, and leave the large package in your medicine cabinet. DR. MILES ANTI-PAIN PILLS are recommended for pain re lief in Headache. Neuralgia, Muscular and Periodic Pains. They taste good, act quickly, do not upset the stomach. Your druggist sells them. Regular package 25 for 25c. Economy package 125 for $1.09. FUNERAL HOME DAY OR NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE IOO '29 Cabriolet. Rumble aeat. New paint and top. ' COLEMAN FORD '33 Royal Sedan Priced right. JACKSON CHRYS. '31 Coach Model A A good car. CLINTON AUTO FORD '28 Roadster. See it! JACKSON CHRYS. '30 Model A Coach. Sec this one. CLINTON AUTO FORD '31 Sedan. Good Tirea. Real buy. CUNTON AUTO DODGE lZID

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