Friday, January 15, 1037 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana r.YM DEDICATED AS MOVIES Save at These Local Stores This Week ! ! PARTIES HELD AT UNIVERSAL 'Km OF THK ROYAL MOL'XTKIT AT THIS WABASH An unusually competent cast has i ei m mm mm mm a mw m r i mi n m v 7 itf CLINTON LOSES NET CONTEST TO BRAZIL (Continued from Page 1) the floor to try for a frantic try at tbe bucked which missed, and the game was over. Spectators who remained for the program following Ihe game were disappointed to hear Bttpcrintendeni of Schools Earl Boyd announce that A. L. Trcilor. achedulcd as principal speaker, would he unable to appear. Mayor Clydo M. Zlnk was also absent. Dr. I. D. White, chairman of the school board, slated, on behalf of the board, that the gymnasium was completed and entrusted to the care of the teachers and students. Boyd MINNIE GIOVANNI S58 North Eighth Street Clinlon . Two Birtbdayi Are Celebrated; JVrff-DiDiiighani Rite Are Announced UNIVERSAL. Jn. 15 A blrth-duy party wan given at tbe borne of Mr. and n Simon iMtk. Saturday nlqht in honor of Mr. I-rlc, who In 79 yean of . RofrcahmenU were aervad and the evening waa apent aoilally. rH Thoae eltendlna; were Mr. and Mra. William filurey and family, Mr. and Mr. John Kalrna and family. Mlaa Beaa Kjtlrna, Jack West head. Magnabosco & Berto AQ9 North Eighth Street Clinton VICT0RPAL0NCY Fairview Park Thomas Lark. John Mooney, Jose CERTIFIED phine Manse. James Peters, Miss Rose Marie Storm, Edward Bearing. Mike Sojack, Jacob Lyons Richard Layk and children and Johnnie Haynes. l''ll.Ji BlrUiday Party A parly waa given by friends at tbe liome of Mra. Pete Guglielmetti Monday night In honor of her birth accepted the edifice, thanking not only the trustees but the many other persons who have aided in making it possible for Clinton to obtain such good facilities for basketball and school work. The school superintendent was "very proud" of the gymnasium's splendid appointments the stage, floor and rooms embracing the departments of manual arts, music and home economics. W. B. SHARP fairview Park SUPERIOR PLCHM Bag day. Bunco waa played and prizes awarded to Mrs. John Vanio, Mra. BEAL'S MARKET .128 North Ninth Street Clinton been assembled to bring action and Interest to this Zano Grey western, j Kobcrt Kent is tho handsome bcro and Rosalind Keith the charming heroine; Alan Dineliart, Grady gut-ton, Frank McGlynn, Jr., and Arthur loft contribute their best in assisting roles. The rugged country of Northwest Canada is the locale, with Kent as one of the Koyul Mouutles nut to get Ills man. Most of the conniving and an actual murder are caused by tbe eagerness of Dlnehart and Miss Keith to win possession of a valuable mine. Don't forget to notice the grandeur of the scenery in Ihe excitement. "An Arrow Escapo'' as a clever Terrytoon, John King as "Ace Drummond" and facts "Stranger Than Fiction" deserve your attention. , M KMAKTKST tilBL IN TOWN' AT THK I'ALACF Ann Sothcrn is the beautiful photographer's model intent upon marrying a millionaire in this nfodcrn comedy. As the supposedly "Smartest Girl in Town" she has the misfortune to fall in love with a seemingly penniless young man, played by Gene Raymond. The catch to the story is that Gene is simply rolling in wealth although be carefully conceals this fact from Miss Sothern until the climax. Several humorouB nil nations arise when Eric Blore, Raymond's valet, poses as an executive and hires Ann as a model for his "company." Miss Sotbern's amazing wardrobe and Gene Raymond singing "Will You?" will hold your interest. A Pictorial Revue, a cartoon in color and recent news Items are short features. "The I'ueitiw Hhciiff" At ihe Columbia Here's Ken Maynard's newest, moat exciting outdoor adventuro diama, in .a story of blazing vengeance and six-gun thrills. Featured In the large cast arc Beth Marion, uew screen find; Walter Miller, John Elliott and Hal J'i l c. As the story unfolds. Maynard Is forced IhrouRb a series of dangerous adven-tures before he is able to round up (be outlaw band, establish his innocence and win tbe girl of hia heart. Short are "Oily Bird," a comedy, and Screen Snapshots. SEC0NDIN0 BROS. Universal, Indiana JOHN GAMBAIAN1 Centenary, Indiana ROYAL These local, independent grocers are able to sell for less, because their overhead is less, they operate their own businesses and their selling cost is less. TRY THEM! Ajilhooy Tropkey and Joe Granger. Mra. Guglielmetti received many nice gifts. After the bunco refreshments were aerved. . Those present -were Mbdames Robert Johnson. Monty Turchi, William Bra nn, Kay Bybee. Ernest Sci-icero, Otis Spurr, Ivan Srann, Louise Muratori and eon Richard, I ...: -aiasea, Richard Turchi, James Recce, Leo Martin, Frank Vanao, .nt bony Scioldo, Albert Evans, Billy Joe Granger and Thomas Unnger. lii'lffiS Mr. and Mrs. Warren Shrisman of Anderson are visiting Mrs. Chris-man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robinson of west of town, and other relatives, i I Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dillingham have announced tbe marriage of i eir daughter, Caynell, to James Poff, son of Mr. and Mra. Jack Poff of Universal. They were married at Paris, III., last Tuesday. The attendants were Miss Irma Kairns and Kaskell Hedges. They will make luoir home with tbe groom's parents tl present. p' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelly of 'lore Haute visited Thursday and Friday of last week with Mr. Kelly's IVAN SVETK0FF J 201 North Seventh Street Clinton BROWN Ub.box11?)C 2 mi A representative of the PWA from Indianapolis closed the program with a brief talk congratulating Boyd and the city of Clinton on their energy and cooperation in the work on the new structure. Following the addresses, visitors were invited to look through the school rooms. Brazil (22) EG FT PK Dean, f . . 2 1 1 Thacker, f 1 1 3 McDaniels, f t) 0 1 Allen, c 3 1 1 Ferry, g 0 0 2 Reifenberg, g 0 0 0 Williams, g 2 1 2 Blackmail, g 1 0 2 Totals 9 4 12 Clinton (10) FO FT PF Beirlsford, t 2 It 0 Bennett, f 2 0 1 St human, f 0 0 0 Phillips, c 0 0 2 Dunn, g 3 2 2 Berto, g 0 1 4 Bonacorsi. g 0 0 0 Guglielmetti, g 0 2 0 Totals 7 5 9 ; Officials: H. Conover and Hold. ( CAYUGA CAYUGA, Jan. 15. Mis. Chaun-cey Hack was the honor guest at a birthday dinner given at her horn-; Wednesday night. The company was made up of couples from this town who recently formed a "Birthday club." Mrs. John Harper was a dinner guest Wednesday of Mr. and Mra. Dave Harper. Mr. and Mrs. George Bever are parents of a baby girl born Sunday evening at their borne. George McDaniel is visiting in Danville this week. Miss Maxine Bishop is staying at the Baker home during tbe illness of Mrs. Wyiiam Baker. Spikes to atcb Oemen In both China and Japan, spikes are put on house tops to catch the demons and render them harmless. Sno-Sheen Cake Flour box 25c PET Citchon Klenzer 3 cans 19c -.jjjicte, John Kairns, end Mra. Kairns tjj family. lw3i Robert Searing, Joe Verhonicand 1-illy Suchta lajt for the C. C. C. It 7 Farmers Pride IT limp Tuesday. Mra. Maxwell and Mrs. John Chinn XZJ UUA La W of East Chicago returned to their i ome after visiting relatives here. Richard Spurr of the C. C. C. FLOODS SWEEP STATE; WABASH RISING RAPIDLY t Continued from Page 1) 6 bars 25c 2 boxes 29c camp spent tbe weekend with bis O. K. SOAP DREFT jarents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis fipurr. I AMERICAN ACE I Dr. G. R. Powell, a successful Evangelist of Lebanon, will lead in an Evangelistic campaign at tbe Uelhlehem United Brethren church trom January 17 to January 31. taries. The Wabash rose more than six feet over night at Terre Haute in tbe worst flood since the spring of 1930. forcing lowland families irom their homes. One briden man TTTT FARMERS PRIDE LB.22 Matches (K Everyone Is invited. 1 fclS DELICIOUS SIPS LB. 17' washed out. A dyke was renorted in danger. &Uaien pylandt SI a ten Island in Dutch New York v.as Staaten Eylandt, Island of the L.ates, named by Hudson for the fciales General of the Netherlands. c Ik d Boxes J ' 1 TZ Nestorian Stone Found The only record discovered of the Nestorian movement in China is the Nestonan stone dating from 781 A. D. It is a monument. Ivory in Elrphar.t'; Tusks An elephant's tusks produce 30 pounds of ivory, enough to meke 20 sets of piano keys. 10 Steak 20( u mm FARMERS PRIDE Naming Coney Island Coney Island was originally Conyn's Island, named for the Dutch settler who nce owned it. It I'owTIet II i i Ground Beef For Meat ut ib. 1 5 c ; FISH FRY, a' the l DIANA TONIGHT Alo FRIED CHICKEN Good Music ENJOY TWICE AS (S Debar MANY FOREIGN STATIONS! Training for Nursinr The system of training for nursing introduced in the United States may bt said to date from 1672 or 1873. It was preceded, however, by many efforts to provide some degree of preparation for care of the sick. BACON Sugar Cured Machine Sliced Ib. Cans I TZ ...with tbt flftfl AA CONEYS 2ik25c LARD Pure, lb 7'c F0REJ9N TUNING SYSTEM! 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