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PAGE TWO The Daily Clintoniun, Clinton, Indiana Tuesday, January 19, 1937 JONESTOWN AID Parley, Paves Way for Settlement of Auto Strike dlanapolis and IKH Crane of New Castle. . i ( Grace Luce hns been visiting with her sisters In Torre Haute since ('Illiniums. Ji'iin uiid Nell Curliii spent the weekend In ImliHiiniiolls. HOLDS MEETING l 1 lViri. Davit Wellman I Hostess WANTED Hides Iron Rags Metal and Paper Highest Prices Paid A. Dumcs Water Street jv " s tip: fi : Vj i V - v r Dr. G. R. McGUIRE Chiropractor X-ray Rerrlra. Palmer Gradual. IUA1 Iltarknuin Htreet z . j a k for All-Day Session of Society JONESTOWN. Jan. lit The Iji dies Aid Society had an all day meeting at Mra. Davis We llman's Those, present were: Mm. Price, Mra. I.aswcll, .Mra. McCown, Mrs Outer Osburn, Mra. Jumes, Mrs HrlsliL, Mra. Eaton, Mra. Kulihs and Mra. Kettery. Rwr. and Mra. Luswell and fa in lly spen.1 laal Sunday with Mr. and Mia. Ira Ritliarda or Hillsdale. James Prtee and Ross James wiri' In liidlanoDolia Wednesday. Elia Kelt Pry la off work with sickness. Mis Mary Holstnn and her mother spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Earl Snodgrass. Mr. and Mra. Owln Hutson and family spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. James Hutson and family. .! Mr. and Mra. Charles Mrown 1 rl.r' V ptaca 10c Mon.&Tue. 25c Fox Movietone Newt "Sport Headlinm of 1936" "That's Their Business" Variety : v .." -W 1 J f :. GIVE THEM A SHOW AND THEY MAKE IT A CEIEIRATIOW flitTianliifH, BMmfi-IHiltiMjhiiaiimiH gifi-iiilitiuli mini urn ifi niirinnuT (iiiniiii nam n rln'T i William 8. Knudsen, Governor Murphy, James F. Dewey and Homer Martin I L. AJolpk Zukor pfltAtf olloqo -Bsbliday rolled on Mr. and Mrs. Clarence tlntpriiatioititl llltintrotrd A'cic iSoundphoto James F Dewey, federal labor conciliator, and Homer Martin, president of United Automobile Workers union. Union heads agreed to evacuate their sit-down strikers from G-M plants and the corporation promised not to dismantle equipment at any of the strike plants or attempt to start production during course of negotiation. flibbons Sunday evening. Early settlement of the automobile strike which threw out of work more than 100.000 employes of General Motors Co. loomed following a preliminary agreement reached after a pariey in the Lansing office of Michigan's governor, above, attended by. left to right, William S. Knudsen. executive vice president of G-M; Governor Frank Murphy. Pay Conner, Red Conner and Andy Nolan spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gib bon, i iiit ajtitw. 'JACK BENNY BURHS-AllEN "MARYBOUUiO 'MARTHA RAYE Roosevelt Plin 5trs Mr. and Mrs. Laswoll spent Wednesday, with Mr. mid Mrs. Martha Hunt Eleanor Whitmy Johnny Downs v CENTER SOCIAL CLUBS CONVENE NEWPORT P. T. A. PLANS PROGRAM A foramounl rktwr dlrtctea by Prank Turn Wayne Ayen, Mrs. Dorfmeyer spent "Wednes day with Mrs. McGlnls of West Clin ton. ; Mrs. Sam Roberts Hostess for All-Day Meeting; 14 at Luncheon I HAVE PAINS IN I OS6D TO Pr- '-iimi Home Economics Class Has Meeting; Friendship Circle Entertained 3 r MUSCLES AND SUFFER THE wis. Haiph Hixon spent Wednesday with Mrs. Mabel Glaze. Carl and Melvln Pearman spent the weekend with Dora Deane Glaze. SAI WAV UN PAINS IN MV HEAP, Ji INSTEAO OF our TIL, I POUND QUICK R6LIEF CENTER, Jan. 19 Eleven mem t, t - -e? 4 i t SHOPPING ANTI-PAIN PILLS BEYOND QUeSTTOft RELIEVE - BUT DON'T CAUSE INDIGESTION! I SHOULD BE IN I IN AN ANTI- Dorothy Mae and Anita Miller spent Sunday with Alberta Maxine bers of the "Social Sisters" met with Mrs. Sam Roberts on Wednesday BED yfr PAIN PILL iff Osborne. , 'HiJU'S? Mrs. Dow Cleghorn and Mrs. Aaron Cleghorn are confined to their li nines with the "flu." Mr. and Mra. John Snodgrass r sil4d Mrs. Lillian Watson and sou, Kverett Crowder of Tangier, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Snodgrass and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Broor of Lluomiiigdale on Sunday. for an all day meeting. A lovely covered dish dinner was served ut the noon hour. After the business meeting, bunco was played at three tables with prizes awarded to Mrs. George Miller, Mrs. Lawrence Heber and Mrs. C. C. Botner, The next meeting will be with Mra. Robert Curlin on February 10, an all day session. NKWPORT, Jan. Ill The parent Teachers Assorli.tion will hold its regular meetinK tnnlpht at the liii;li s.iionl liulMliiiK. A symposium linn been planned for this meet, the topic will be the responsibility of the home, Kchools and church In developing character growth. The program for the meeting is as follows: music, high school mixed chorus; business meeting; "America Hie beautiful." mixed chorus; Symposium, introduction, John V. Pic-kell; Honesty, John W. Carithers; Intelligence, Anna E. AVIlcox; Friendliness, Ktipt. Clyde I). Mitchell; Efficiency, Dr. ,J t,. Saunders; Koreefulness, Oscar Kersey; Cooperation. Rummer J. Hrown; appreciation, E. V. Baker, flood Taste; Fern Majors; Discussion, Colonel C. Sawyer. -- f I t 1 v rt'f COURT NEWS 1 r I s5 s Mrs. C. C. Botner entertained fourteen members of her bridge club of St. Bernlre to u luncheon on Thursday. Hurlo Everett Little Jr., is reported ill. " Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Myers and daughter, Barbara Ann, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Manford My 0 & (NEWPORT, Jan. 18 Attorney William H. Beeler ot Newport has been appointed administrator of the (-slate ot Blnora Green Pederson, deceased. Bond has been approved in the sum of (1,000.00. John Bertotti of Clinton has been uppointed administrator of the estate ot Joseph Bertotti, deceased. Bond was approved by the court in the sum of (150.00. Class ill Mectinc The Premium Home Economics Brownlow, Gulick and Merriam Despite' formidable opposition aroused-in congress to the plan recommended by President Roosevelt for reorganizing the government, it was expected that at least several features of the program, including creation of two new cabinet posts, would be accomplished. The plan, designed to eliminate overlapping of departments and promote efficiency, was drawn up by a committee of three, left to right, Louis Brownlow. chairman Luther Gulick and Dr. Charles K. Merriam. Class met Thursday with Mrs Did you ever take a medicine to stop headache and have the headache stop and a stomach ache start? We'll wager you didn't take an Anti-Pain Pill. Anti-Pain Pills do not upset the stomach. They take effect quickly too end they taste like wintergreen wafers. You can't do good work you can't have a good time when you are suffering from Neuralgia Headache Muscular or Periodic pains Why don't you try the Anti-Pain Pill way to relief? We believe you will be delighted with the results. Thousands of others are. It will not cost much. Anti-Pain Pills sell for one cent each, (less in Economy Package) and one pill utnially relieves. Get Anti-Pain Pills at your Drug Store. Regular pkg. 25 for 25c Economy pkg. 12S for LM. Oeorge Short, with Mrs. Nellie Hen- 0 d rick as assisting hostess. A cover ers, Harold Jones is on the sick list. Mrs. Katharine Jones still remains in a serious condition. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heber and sou of St. Bernlce and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Heber and children were Sun ed dfsli luncheon was served at noon. An outline of the years' pro gram on "Home ManaRement" wup supper was enjoyed following the luisiiu'ss. The next meeting will he Divorce Granted Jane I. II. Thomas of Clinton was grauted a divorce from Leonard Thomas in Vermillion circuit court on grounds ot cruel and inhuman treatment. TJie plaintiff's maiden name of Hardie was restored. The accident on December 5, li3(J, near Pimento. itny Ur-dwell, driver of the car in which the plaintiff was riding was killed when their car given hy the new director, Mrs. Short. Eleven members were nres- in I'Yfornary with ,I r. Hrown of day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heber and dnughter, Dorothy June. Murgaret Crane has been visiting with her uncles, Arthur Crane of In- ent and two guests, Mrs. Fred Hnne- aud a ear driven by defendant col hralio of Hillsdale and Mrs. Ililey Park, Scotland, III. couple was married November 28 1!III5 And separated February 28, Friendship Circle Mr. anil Mrs. Claude Foos enter lided. The administratrix of (tie estate of Uuy Bedwcll had pri-viiiMK-ly tiled suit Tor flo.OIMI.OO ajrainsl Tompkins. I'laintit'f is nliiri'8''nl-ed by Attorneys Krank Hamilton of Torre Haute and M. C. WitigillH, Newport. i ' ' j 193G. The plaintiff was represent ed in court by Attorney Mark W I.yday, Clinton. ... M. Contempt Charged NOW tained Hie Friendship Circle and families and a few quests Thursday SLdi WAY LOVE ROMANCE evening. A covered dish supper was Showing ing An affidavit for contempt of court rved at 7 o'clock, followed by a bus been tiled against John Suod- social evening. grasa, returnable on January 27 at 'l a. m. The affidavit alleges ttnil Those present were MrH. Oscni McMj.sie.rs and son Bob. Mr. and MONTEZUMA IS HOST FOR MEN mi October 12, 1936 the court or Montezuma. Mr. iind Mrs. Milo White were Thursday evening visitors of Mr, Jiid M is. Oscar Chui'ch and fam'ly. Several Dr.ua peopie attended lie ttiiiernl i.f M is. Ueliekah Smith o' Seottlatid, III., recently. She was the mother of Mrs. l,iva Parker. Mrs. Clarence Church was called 'o Kairuew Thur.-diy hy the illness of her mother, Mrs. Hanna Malone. Kevival .servli'es are ciniiitMiijiR M the Baptist Chur't-h with Kev. Berk-utau assist iirg. t The ' regular J'ri'iit-Teacheis ixeetini; was held at lliellit'h School jrym on VVednesfl;iy nUht. Itev. Heil.niau rave a chalk talk which tinned very entertaining. .Mis. Harry I Jell, who was tailed ,n !iol!wood, California six weeks isfo rei hi tied to I). Mia thin week. Ilei mother f, somewhat improved. Mr a'nl Mr;. Chailes llainiiatt o' lie.l I t "I lilt 'til W ere II MefS Oil the Mis, Herbert Voumans, Mr. and Mrs. Faher Park, Miss Katherint Park. Mr. and Mrs. fiuy Oosnell and ilait;;li-ir. Cnynetli. Mr. and Mrs. (dville Adams, Mr and Mrs. Hoheit .Stokes. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Aston Miss Vera Asli.u. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Ilulllgarduer, Mr. and Mrs. Ros dered the defendant to pay the sum of (SO within 60 days for use of hia wife's attorney, and thilt he lias diu-olieyed the order of the court. Mrs. : nodgrasa is seeking a divorce on ! rounds of cruel and inhuman Creatines!, and ia represented in court by attorneys Wait & Carithers, New-Port. .flHSfr Second Suit Filed Robert Tompkins has been u.1 med defendant in a suit for ?.'i.0U0.O0 damages Hied by Elmer lledwell. The complaint is for personal injuries sustained in an auto Undertaker's Association Meets at Kimball Fun oral Home on Monday Night DANA. Jan. It;, Ah.rl.y Kendall and K. 11. Kimlctil o!' ill" Kiinbuli Funeral Hnmc 'jii'i iai n-d I '( iiii'in-bers of thn Hi Coiinly I'ml- riaL'is Associat iitu ill 1 1 ICtmhall Kuiu ral IIoiiih on Monday nii'hl. (Hif jwifst coe l-'oos and daughter. Peggy Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Itiley Park of Scotland, III., and .Mrs. Tlielma lie. and children of Washington. Pa. FROM GIRL TO WOMAN loi mer unit ner. Mtw. khh uarn hart. Thursday. undertaker. John T. Ow-'iis of t'lirif-l man, 111., was present. Ati oyster Goldle Dran ol F "s2k "w,ien 1 itf'uiii'H M into omnlioo.i mud I ii J S lti(. tell nriiuua would MM arl uh wltil imt 4nd 7irst Gold Shipment Arriv es at Kentucky .Vault ' ftuf Ht fufrdrolljl itb- nct iJi. pKrcr lionr PiotntKHi Uhfn a a I tunc lirlri to rrlir-v, nK- ol Ur turn at (ffiatn urn. f, i(J J t-v?lop(-d n.md ptjeMib-jfid x.inw-tl in Mrihl jnd Jirnt'l" " Nrw Mr. talarMs ) tu Liir ir tabt. nt 1i.,hk!. Si lo uw ihutfvis . . t old shiment arrives COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday "They Met in a Taxi" with CHESTER MORPJS and FAY WRAY faff Sj f ft to-C'' i: ' al 5 PLUS 'L COMEDY " PBr4& SPORT REEL r- : Utest March of Time ,f,-Jp , 10c 25c " , -p- (OMKIIV "Happy Heels' 10c and 15c T i I - igniiiiM-TT CK.rd by an army of soldiers and secret service ; ooo oo-J i-'Xi in p. .1.1 airr. es fiom Washington die fiist shipment ot approximately W. i Hie nw tiej-uiiiwry ' in Kort K':v. Ky.. uitovc.