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Saturday, January 16, 1937 The Daily Clintoniun, Clinton, Indiana PAGE TWO SPEAKS SUNDAY -Sunday and Monday Columbia- Welithl of Gray Substance The M'ay subs(ance represents 37 In 38 per cent of the total weight of the brain. ' MOVI An Early Masonic Lodge Tlie first branch of the Masonic order established west of the Aile-ghanies was the American Union Lodge of Marietta, Ohio. It was organized in 1700. Newport lodge in big meeting The Oka pi The giraffe has been known for ages, but until 1000 no white man had ever seen an okapi. Then one wuu caught in Central Africa. Home; Biithday at Thomas A WANTED r - i 1 :'-:7 Woman's Home Missionary Society Convenes Tahiti Tides Follow the Sun Tides at Tahiti follow the sun in-Rtead of the moon, high at noon and low at midnight. PJ"rVt Hides Iron Rags Metal and Paper Highest Prices Paid A. Dumes ' Water Street' (.(11,1) DK.tiKltS (!' 10:17' AT THE IMI.ACK Digger and Better urnwn tlil annual hour null dance lllnl Willi its li'uiitl:'ul Kills, exlnivagant sets and n 1 1 ever finpriivlni! rust. )irk Powell, .loan lllnnilell, (lleiulu Fiinoll, Irene Ware. Vlrlnr Mimre. ollu Iliiwland, rlnsnlind Marquis and Lee I'ixnii cniiirihuie iiiiaii. pep u ml their li.'i-sonal chiirnis for your entertainment. In addition to the gold-dlg-viiiK tills, the luui'fiil tunes "I "rtpenkliiK of tlie Weather," "Let's Put Oar Two 1 lends Together" anil ' Hush Mali Moiilh." there Is really a plot, .loan lllnnilell is leading lady of a slranded theatrical enm-liauy. She falls in love with a smart I ashless man I Dick Powell) and eventually takes the wenry troupers laik to Broadway and lame. A cartoon in color and newsreel are included. DR. B. H. SELLERS DENTIST 249J South Main Strael ; Clinton, Indiana .. 1 v l NEWPORT, Jan. 1G The Newport Chapter O. E. S. lield its regu-Inr meeting at the Masonic hall Wednesday evening, January 13. with nearly 41) members In attond-tnce, The Initiatory degree was conferred upon Mrs. Roacoe Foos a new candidate. Installation services were held under the direction of Mrs. Nelle Johnson of Perrysvllle, grand elerta. as Installing officer, assisted by Mrs. Jess Penna of Terre Haute, district deputy, as Installing marshal. Other officers assisting were Mrs. Fred Sanders, chaplain, and Mrs. Mortimer Lewis as pianist. The newly elected officers for the ensuing year are: worthy matron. Mrs. M. C. Wiggins; worthy patron, Orvllle Adamo; associate matron, Mrs. W. O. Parrett; associate pa 'COLUMBIA ( iiiiiiiil II. Miinn nt KaiiMin City, Mo., tnnuii;iiiir orjriiiilr.er anil t'liicf auditor of (he l'ratemiil Order ol' Envies, will make nn address over the ftltO blue network hi 2:45 p. ni. Sunday, which will he the sixty-sixth anniversary of Ills birth. SUNDAY AND MONDAY SDadd dear, please .marry me and let me be your wife," -says SHIRLEY. TEMPLE to MICHAEL WHALEN in her new Fox bicture;"The Poor Little Rich Girl." But Shirley's daddy has other ro-inantic plans. so' Shirley rum away and plunges' into an astonishing adventure. tron, Oscar Kersey; secretary, Mis L. P. Nelson, treasurer, Mrs. W, C Wuit; conductress, MisH Bertha Hawyer; associate conductress, Miss Preview 1 1 P. M. Palace TOOK IJTTI.K HI H (JIM V TH K ('(HJ MHIA CiinnltiK Mtstrona Tempi frolics ihroiiRh this Into hit of Iters and holds hfr own nprainut mvh stellor lHM-furniprs as Alyre Fnye, Mlrhaol Wliak'ii, Jnck Unloy, (Jlorln Stuart, Honry Arnieita and (Maude Cillinp;-w:itor. Shirley is the motherless little (InitKhler of a wpjilthy lint tmsy Mr. Wlialen. One day tlie child runs off and Roes adventnrlnp:. She ts ht'friended tiy Henry Armelta and a 'minlin noiif. ami dance U'nm of Kaye and Haley. She initi tiii( i.hr'j; an f.rithan until after winning a fat radio contract for herself and 'i-M'iidT fro:n te.sly f"lan!e (Ullin-u al r. Th ro;i"fl, dancin r a fid 1.1 (try are pood. Andy riyde in "Am I Having lnu" and Knx Mo'vietone News are added attractions. st.I 4 HaUl ing talent in the field of song and dance and put on several numbers to such melodies as "I Adore You." "So What?" "Sweetheart Walts" and "Who's That Knocking at My Heart?" --Ifflj "Sport. Headliners of 1930," Fox Movietone News and a comedy say-ine; "That's Their Business" are the shorts. ij.JI, Columbia University The date from which Columbia university marks its existence is October 31, 17M, wtien a charter was granted by George II, under the name of King's college. During the Revolution its operation was suspended and in 1776 it was used as a inilitury hospital. College activities were resumed by act of legislature, May 1, 1734, under the name of Columbia university. The site has been chanr.ed three times and consists of 17V4 acres lying between 116th and 120th streets, Amsterdam avenue and Brnndway, New York city. In I WC the college was reorganized as a university. majpxt.w in . w IMizabeth Nixon; chaplain, Mrs. Ella P. Hall; marshal, Mrs. Orvllle Adams; pianist, Miss Nancy Iewis; those representing the five star points Adah, Miss Bess Lanham; Iitilh, Mrs. Howard Krwiu; Esther. Mil C. M. rllgglns; Martha, Mrs. Omar McMasters; Eleeta, Mrs. William Hegarty; warder, Mrs. Oscar Kersey; sentinel, Mrs. C. C. Sawyer. The officers were attired in white dresses. At the close of the services a social hour followed and refreshments of ice cream, cake, and coffee were served, Hirlhdny Tarty Mrs. Nina A. Thomas entertained with a party Tuesday evening, Jun-ti:iry 12, from 4 until 6 In honor of her son, Barton's ninth birthday anniversary. Tlie entertainment for the evening consisted of various Raines, prizes going to Lois Bishop. Jerry Lee Winters, Ruth Eleanor Bulge, Virginia Reed, RuSHeli In tram and Barton Thomas. After the games the guests were Invited to the dining room, where Ice cream, cake and candy were Comedy ANDY CLYDE in "AM 1 HAVING FUN?" Fox Movietone News Attend Aflernoon Show Sunday and Avoid Standing 10c and 15c LAST TIMES TONIGHT "FUGITIVE SHERIFF" with KEN MAYNARD and BETH MARION Comedy: "Oily Bird" Also Screen Snapshots ONLY 10c '(OM.RCF HOMDAV AT THK WAIiAKII The old college curriculum has no place in this madcap musical "Col-U-i'e Holiday" which boasts of such names as .lack (Jellol) Benny, Martha ioboy) Haye, Kleanore Whitney, Johnny Downs, George Burns, Oracle Allen, Louis DaPron mid Olympe Bradna. The actual story is of minor importance. Jack Renny .is part owner of a bankrupt hotel. When a couple of not-qulte-bright Greek cultlsts ask him tor the use of his building to see If love can be scientific, he willingly agrees because of tlie trade he'll get. The college students who come have amaz lib k I'omcII and .loan lllnnilell in "(old Dlauers of l-'7 A National Event! . . . ltYTEX DKCKLK EIKIK VELLUM printed stationery . . . double the usual quantity . . . 100 sheets and 100 envelopes of this fine Deckle Edge paper . . . printed with your Monogram or Name and Address for $1.00 . . . January only! On sale at The Daily Cllntonlan office. adv. served bv Mary Jane Thomas. The table was very pretty In yeilow and New England Coast Fisheries Dorchester Point and the Neck, South Boston districts, were the first lo establish fisheries on the New F.np,land coast. 10c Sun.-Mon.-Tnet. 25c Fox Movietone News "Sport Headline of 1936" "That's Their Business" Variety while. A large birthday cake with nine yellow candles centered the ta ble and tall yellow tapers were light cr ed. K'f "9 i The guests Included Virginia Aloone, Virginia Reld, Virginia As l.nry. Jerry Lee Winters, Lois Bish- THE STAR-SPANGLED CAST They're Back in the Money with a Show That's a Honey! (:. Ruth Eleanor Burge, Laura Jean Mitchell, Boby Moore, Bobby McMasters, Billy Mitchell, Russell Ingram. ""Herbert Arrasmith and Ken OF "THE BIG BROADCAST"! neth Wiggins. The honor guest re The tops in madhouse merriment in a topsy-turvy romantic whirl of girls. gleton and Omar McMasters. sec. mil hiRh to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Foes. Itel'reshnienis were served alter the Raines. Tlie guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mitchell and Mr. anil Mrs. Lawrence Con.iileton, Cayusa. Mr. and Mrs. Omar McMasters. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moore, Mr, and Mrs. Marion Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Foos and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Younians. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Baker and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Brown and family. nr. J. L- Saunllnrs, who underwent an operation at (ho I'nion hospital before Clirlllilas. is able to see patients nt his office and will return to repular practice soon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Krwin attended capping exercises nt Lake View hospital at Danville, III.. Sunday aflernoon. 1eir dsiiflilcr. Miss Marjorie was one of tlie nurses. David Asbury. who has been In Hie Vermillion County hospital for the past two weeks, underwent a tonsil operation Tuesday nioinin He is reroverint; very nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kuk.m II had ar. their guests Sunday Mr. mid Mrs. Frank Shew and Mrs. Kvelyn lleher tinker, a sensational new dancing discov-try, a film full of screen favorites, an eyeful of $weet-$winging $wceties and put 'em all in one Lig hit you will remember I We're not sellinf? you just telling you that we've rounded up America's most popular reel-life lovers, Broadway's two funniest comedians, a beautiful n sw torch gags and grand music! ceived many nice birthday gifts. Women in Meeting The Women's Home Missionary Society met Tuesday evening with Mis'. E. T. Miles as hostess. Mrs. J). R, Nixon presided at the meet-leg. Rev. Miles had charge ot the devotions. The lesson topic, "The Negroes Contribution to America," was giten by Mrs. Nixon. A business session followed. Refreshments were served during the social hour. .Members present were Mesdames tern Hollingsworth, C. E. Beebee, William Beeler, Margaret Conley, B. U. N'lxori, Lon Barry, Laura Reid, Mortimer Lewis, and the Misses Jiary A. Shipman, Nancy Lewis and 1 lanche Eggleston. ji. F.udu-e Party On Saturday evening, January 8, Vr. and. Mrs. Orville Adams entertained with a euchre party. There were four tables, prizes for bih more going lo Mrs. Lawrence Con- lff 4 -Z .-the screen's Viy3J v. : . J MIGHTIEST MUSICAL J 'P Ittops in tune triumphs, YjPi' ' 'Zf L IM spectacular sets and UKS " V i4k alluring loveliness -V 1U HUNDREDS OF ) X B E A UTI E S I J, ol Fiances, Mary and dauchlc Hillsdale. - ,i h-m m Ariolpk Zukw Great American Deseit Tlie Great American Uciert and situated in northwestern Utah eastern Nnvada. Wabash Sunday, Monday and Tuesday m - 1 r v. A ii m iintr 1 1 Tr ur v irin'-"-yi('7r'J"' ' "Tii Plus-Cartoon in Colors N.-ws of t'ie Day 10 25c Of Course At Tlie Mini r1" JACK BENNY GEORGE BURI1S GRACIE ALIEN MARY BOLACID MARTHA RAYE Marsha Kant tumors rYhhrty Joaisr Dewas a It IIm iMlifWMii .irrnmiH" T H I A T R E Hi K ew.iiiLijS I f' .. .. wx-R J ,s if i, I A y "- i ' r. ! - f : ". t"J-T"'-jl m iiniiiM.oiiifTii.T-im.ci - . ... f tikBisv v w mm rr Pieview 11 P. M. If; Ji.i.ihjI! " " -:.-! -TONIGHT- "YELLOW CARGO" in ZANE GREY'S "King of the Royal Mounted" ROBERT KENT ROSALIND KEITH "A( K lll'.l MMONK" NOVrXTV TKKKVTOOS Cartoon & Comedy B-I-N-G-O TONITE I LAST I TIMES CONRAD NAGEL FRANKIE DARRO in "WOLF DOG" "ck eiilerla'nnirnt Is CnHwJAi).- the (: . oi Iv ln. b . . ines lo the U'nlmNh Thealer on HundHV. as M.iriliu Ha,e d ' k ISeniiv fl. win Kile for y,m here. Also hi lie .a-l nr.- (..-mce Kurn- ami ;r.ir.-Allen, Mai) llolaiiii, Mnrslia Hunl, l limioi,- Hhilo. i, I.oiiik llal'ioii. Leif Eritjsoii and a host of oiln-i-,. a''