The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 22, 1937 · Page 7
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January 22, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 7

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Page 7 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Friday, January 22, 1937 BBehind the Seen THESE LOCAL GROCERS OFFER LYFORD PTA TO HAVE CARNIVAL toLYWOODa . . ' -rat t 1 an( a I fl I I I I By HARBISON CARROLL CoprrlKM, ISHS, Hlnf Faaturn Kyadlratr, Int. HOLLY WOOD With suits threatened against one masculine star by the parents of a runaway, film-struck child, Hollywood celebs are leaving really something. All the girls In town wanted the honor of t he first dance, but it fell to Mrs. Ed Weeks, wife of an old friend of Bobs. The most envied girl in that part of Nebraska, however, is Miss Vera BaRcom. who had a date with the star. She works nt the Huber Manufacturing Co. In Lincoln, and was a childhood friend of Bob's. lo) iri nothing un-turned to clear themselves o f legal and moral responsibility in cases of this sort. Ginger Rogers, who inspires dozens of youths to dream of hitchhiking to the film capital, Is firing back stern letters to wrr- lis v a a ' 8 art f IULV First big-time designer to freelance in Hollywood is Bernard Newman, who left R-K-O and went back to New York, but wa there only two days when Columbia called him back to rreott Irene Dunne's wardrobe in "Theodora Goes Wild". After that, b did Grace Moore's 20 changes In "Interlude" and will costume .le;.n Arthur for "History Is Made a'. Night". Says Newman: "A stylist, un der contract to a studio, faces Hi-same problem as an actor. lie gets bogged down In B pielurt and doesn't have the chance to d" the things he really wants." Ginger Rogers Pound $H .04 ti3 Bag . . . U . t.-sr every boy who writes her his Intentions. She has announced that she positively will not see any youngster who runs away from home to come to Hollywood. She made the threat good this week in refusing to meet a boy who disregarded her written advice and hitch-hiked to the coast. SHPiEODED WHEAT Here and There in.Hollywonil. . . . Footlight engagements may be the reason Murgot Grahame went to New York, but her friends think that Reginald Gardiner had something to do with it. . . . Miriam Honkins is devoting herself almoft exclusively to Anton Litvak. the COFFEE Delicious Sips lb. 17,ic HEX COFFEE ib.25 MILK Farmer P. iJe 2 Tall Cans 15c PEAS Faim rs Pride Can lc Pancake FlOUi amers Pride 3Pkgs.25c With his first acting Job less than a week old, Maxie Rosen-bloom has already clashed with the studio. It appears that story of "Trial Horse" called for a newspaper insert, showing a picture of Maxie taking the count in the prlzd ring. Cut to the quick, Maxie told Warners he has never been knocked out and he would not pose for any such picture. The funny part of it is they humored him. Jlk Ol I O N S mi 3 1 e director. ... If the light at me Cafe Lamaze was to be trusted. Madeleine Carroll was completely without makeup when she dined with Tyrone Power. Jr., the other night. . . . Hugh Herbert was so nervous about what Halluwe'en pranksters would do to a totem pole standing at his valley home that he turned School' Parent-Teacher Group Plans to Hold Festival on January 26 I.YFORD, Jan. 21 The I.yfonl P. T. A. will hove a Jitney cnrnlviil Tnrsdiiy nlislit, Jsn. 28. Mm. J. M. Von IJeu and sons, Joe nnd Torn, took dinner with Mm. Kule Vim Lieu Wednesday. Edward Youmnns of Terre Haute visited Frank Van Lieu Thursday afternoon. Miss Mona Van Lieu was a guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Kute Van Lieu, Sunday. Howard Catterson of Rockville vlBited his sister, Mrs. J. M. Van Lieu, Thursday. Mrs. Sarah Osborne, who has been seriously ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harvey Bugher, Is slightly Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Abernathy and Frank Abner of Coxville visited Mr. and Mrs, William Crowder Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lohse and family visited Mr. and Mrs. John Holiday of Clinton Sunday. Mr. and MrB. Lewis Gilfoy nf Rockville, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond tltlfoy and children, Jack and Mary Lou, Mr. and Mrs. William Gilfoy of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Montgomery and children, Joe, Ray and Lou Ann, of Monteiuma visited Mrs. Winnie Gilfoy Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Tom MeCallnp and Ernest Webster of Fontanet visited Mib. Mae Williams Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davis and children, Lela. Mae and Billie, visited Mr. and MrB. Oather Hallom and children Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goddard and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox ol near Atherton Sunday. Rev. John Wells of Chancy, III., is visiting Rev. Hugh Van Lieu and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wallle Graves and Leo Harger spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Harger of Kalamazoo, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. 'William Shoemaker and sons Claude and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Shoemaker, Mr. and Mrs. Lancy Shoemaker and children, Barbara Anne and Patsy and Mr. and Mrs, Ray Kelshiemer visited Mr. and 'Mrs. Bruno Kilborn of Powder Mill Sunday. Mrs. Ralph Bennett and son. Charles, visited Mrs. Fred Vowell Monday. Mrs. J. M. Van Lieu and eons, Tom and Joe. visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Richardson of North Terre Haute Sunday. Ben Sollars and Raymond Acres of Clinton visited Morris and Chester Adams Sunday afternoon. Mrs, Earl Biggs and Mrs. Riley Adams accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Claude Newton to the farm conference at Purdue University Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. William Guess and grandchildren, Lula, Evelyn and John Stanton of Danville, visited Mrs. Guess' son, Glenn Stanton of Dresser. Mr. Stanton, who was accidentally injured by a gun Christmas Day, is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cummings Leaf Lettuce 2'bs-19c ffmm (f?IfaApl SwcsS Potatoes 6 -25c fj i KC ORAWGES,ag'25c llyjsjrj down Invitations to foir parties to keep it under his eye. . . . Dolores Venable Mohr, baby daughter of Evelyn Venable and Hal Mohr, will be one year old on Than ksgiving day. . . . Freddie birthday nriKpnt tn bis Papa Dionne was so mad about the way he was portrayed in the tirst quintuplets picture that he refused to speak to any member of the "Reunion" troupe on their recent visit to Callendar. But is this a laugh ? John Qualen. w ho played the part, sent him a dollar with a request for an autograph, and received the picture promptly. You Asked Me and I'm Telling You! Lois Eckhardt, Newark: Sorry to disappoint you, but Julie Haydon is out of the cast of "May-time". The story was completely re-written following the death of Irving Thalberg and not only Julie but Frank Morgan fail to appear in the new version. On the other hand, a pair of young lovers are added to Uie story, giving jobs to Tom Brown and Virginia Reid. I understand that M. G. M. is scrapping all the scenes that Edmund Goulding shot. Director Bob Leonard stars from scratch. Evelyn Venable Anni Mvitieent was an electric clock, bought with money saved from his allowance. . . . And cussa Landl has been ordered to bed for several days to recover from the sprained back she got horseback riding. Brown Smga'i? 4lbs-Se Sf1ilSiFllDe!rIlc Today's Puzzle: What athletic star, who has turned actor, did those famous hands no good the other night by pulling up cactus plants outside a late spot? The reception that Beatrice, Neb., gave to Robert Taylor was Seaweed Makes Fine Fleeces Some of England's finest fleeces come from the Orkney and Shetland islands, where seaweed forms a laree part of the sheep's diet. SmokedJowls "ITc EICE Koe 4lbs.2SC All Bran 2Boxes2Sc Cream o Wheat Lg.Box23c EAISIHS 3ibs.25 PRUHES 3ib,2gc Oydol Large Box 21 Cassta.y Soap 3Bar,lc Steak lb. 20c spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Waters of near Brazil. Mr. and Mrs. Dora Edwards visited Mrs. Charles Wilding and daughter. Merrill June, Monday, Mary Virginia Maden spent Sunday with Br. and Mrs. Fred Yowell and children Fred, Bill and Ram-ma Rose. Miss Tlielma Coleman of Clintor. visited Miss Naomi Laney Sunday. Ha hi 1 Chops lb. 25c WANTED Hides Iron Rags Metal and Paper Highest Prices Paid A. 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