The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 22, 1937 · Page 10
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January 22, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 10

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' I Friday, January 22, 1937 The Dally Cllntonian, Clinton, Indiana" Page 10 f!inti t'ivnr nf Goddess Peculiarity of Kiingl Most fungi thrive on rain, but an exception is the powdery mildew so common on red clover, which is ad A gigantic concrete figure of Kwannon, Buddhist goddess of mercy, stands on the crest of a hill versely affected bv rainfall. at TakasaKI city, Japan. First I' us in 1804 The first bus was built In 1804 by an English stage coach line trying out a steam-powered type. Pronunciation of Word "Zoe" The name "Zoe" is from the Greek word meaning life and is pronounced in two syllables, Zo-ee. Cnable to Feed Selves Amazon ants are unable to feed themselves and the work is done by their slave ants. have returned home after spending a few weeks with relatives in California. Several cases of scarlet fever have beeu reported, Carl HeiidrlcKS of Paris. III., called on friends here Thursday. Kuhy Travis, who has employment III Chicago, spent Thursday with his family here. Iceland t'uiidlff of Paris called on relatives here Wednesday. 5 bile accident. Murjorie nice of Dana Is the Kuest, of her sister, Mrs. Earl O'Hrlunt. Mrs. Beulah Van Huss has as her guest her father from Iowa. The Misses Frances MyeiB, Margaret lnman, Helen Howard and one other enjoyed a spaghetti supper at a Clinton cafe Tuesday evening and attended the theatre. Mrs. June Woolf Is convalescing. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wallace Jordan MANY PARTIES ATUNWERSAL Several Birihdayi Celebrated; Sewing Club in Session; Clans Has Meeting UNIVKHSAU Jim. 22 A bunco and birthday party m given at the home of Mm. I.ucy Massa Wednesday evening In honor of .Mix Massa. TIio honor KUi't r--l v-il ninny nice gift". At the close of tli parly n-f rclnn'iil h were served The prlros with awarded In Mrs Mary Sclucro, Mary I rii lot I nnd 1-lMle Troskcy. Others present were Mesdames Job tlrunger, Perlna Duvlto, Ivan Brnnn, Ray Ilybee, Joe Davitio. Thomas Granger, Aniti-ln llianchltin. Pole fiugllelmettl. Anlliony Scloldn, Albeit Kvans, Otis Spurr, William Brann, John Vanzo, Louis Rolando, Louise Muratori and son, Rirhard. Frank Vanzo, Tony Hozzoni, Maria Turchl and daughter, Lena. Monty Turchl, Robert Johnson. Richard Turchl, Clarence Ilcece and duugh-ter, Delorea, Anna flnrigliettl, Lor- Modernize with PHILCO Leo Martin, Allle llyliee. Jim Iteece, Lee Recce, Ernest Sclucro, Thomas (ranger, Albert Evans, Anthony Trosky, Otis Spurr Miss Enua Kulrns and Jackie Granger. Jimmy Lewis and August Vanzo of the (TO camp at AVavoland speni the weekend with their parcels, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. August Vanzo. Mr. and Mrs, Ales Siichtn and daughters, Miirgarcl iin'd Mary. Krmn and Helen Halms, Robert Foil r. and Martin Knltak alleiidi'd Hie funeral of .Mrs. Maty l'lnpb'hy of I'urhoii Tuesday. Raymond Spurr of the err cainp at Urnokville visited over the week end wllh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Purl Spurr. Revival Meeting" The Bethlehem V. II. Church Is holding revival meetings. They will continue for two weeks. Everyone Is welcome. Mrs. Marko Davitto, who had an operation for a growth In her throat, is getting along nicely. ClasN Convenes Tiie C. J, II. young people's class of the U. B. Sunday school met nl the home of Martha Ealon recently. Those present were Murgaret Suchta, Kathryn Johnson, Helen SPECIAL DANCE " Afro AUTOMATIC TUNING A demonstration of the new Philco 10X will prove to you now moaern radio can be ! One twirl and "Click . . Ihtrt's your nation!" tuned intantly, perfectly, with automatic accuracy. SATURDAY NIGHT DREAMLAND BALL ROOM And with men fea lures ai Philco tor-tin Tuning Sysltm, Color Dial. In- C..n:n R.iorrl it', nn nf the best-Derformina of the new Philcos! SoM only irff Philco Wth-tffititncy Arnal to Irtlurt frrwri fvrrig EAST TERMS LIBERAL HIQWANCES Music by Dreamland All-Stars Dancing 8:30 to 12 "Radio's Home" I Ladies 10c Gentlemen 25c alne Brann, Josephine Massa, Jolin Moonev. Albert Koma, Roland I Farrlngton, Viola Vantura, E'irl in Morris, Robert Foltz, ThoniaH Spurr, Willard Newland, Pearl Martin, Dean Griffiths and teacher, Edwin Griffiths. Refreshments were served. The class will meet next month with Robert Folts. 0 BIRTHDAY PARTY AT STVBERNICE Christian Church Members Are Entertained; Dawson Pickett Hurt LlVJ Brann, Mario 'Mnraldn, Evantlne Massa and Pete Pere-latlo. Party for Son Mrs. Mary Peradotto entertained with a birthday party for her son, Pete, last Thursday. Those present were Mrs. Joe Granger and children, Mrs. Ivan Brann and sons. Millie, Richard and Roland, and Mrs. Ernest Sclarro and' children, Ernest Jr, and Johnnie. Supper was served. Pete received many nice gifts. Club Meets The O. & F. Sewing Club met at the home of Mrs. Frank Blanche! ti last Thursday. Luncheon was served to Mrs. Clarence, Mrs. John Vanzo, Mrs. Larry Johnson and Margaret Veroskl. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. John- Bon- f Vlebrnt ion A party was given Monday night at the home of Mrs. Ray Byhee in honor of Mrs. Bybee's birthday. Refreshments were served and Mrs. Bybee received many nice gifts. Bunco was played. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Pete Guglielmettl, Mrs. William Brann and Joe Granger. Those present were Mesdames Anthony Honzzonl, David Johns, Mary Miller, Ivan Brann, Frank Vanzo, Prices Are Going Up ST. BERNICE, Jan. 21. A birthday dinner was served at the home of Mrs. Ernest McCart Wednesday in honor of the members of the Christian Church who had birthdays during the month of January, There were 12 present. A bounteous dinner was served at noon and presents were exchanged. Each month those who have a birthday in that month will meet together for a party. We are not shouting "Wolf!" Prices are going up and we mean Max Blake of Detroit visited his parents here over the weekend. Dawson Pickett sustained some broken ribs Tuesday in an automo- Wake Up! You Won't Want To Miss P D3 0 0U ft 0 GD SILVERMAN'S MID-WINTER Rising cost of materials and new taxes will soon force them higher-You can actually bAVL MONEY by ordering needed printing supplies now Here Are a Few of Our Many Values MANHATTAN SHIRTS ' and PAJAMAS $2 and $2.50 Values $1.65 Sale Price $1.00 Dress Shirts, sale 68c Men's Men's and Young Men's Dress Oxfords n n Trousers "Ml Shr3 if I'lfl $1.95 Reduced LlVJ U 1 Va Men's Work Shoes Leather or composition soles Many Colors and Patterns to Choose From Why not check up right now and see what your needs for the next few months will be? Remember bv buying NOW you can save yourself MANY DOLLARS. Sale Price . S1.95 Men's Work Shirts (P4 Values SALE PRICE CQp 3) JL Strong and Sturdy WO Buy in Clinton, where you get double satisfaction, helping yourself and your local newspaper. 25c 50c Scotch Wool Sox I'lim-v Patterns pair Just Phone 41 or I 1 7 and a salesman will call to help you figure your needs and estimate your costs. Men's TIES f U Valors Up I ff : J . to 50c . V If f 5 for SI HL' Regular 25c Heavy WOOL SOX 2pr.25c E""3 1 tea I i, POLICE SHOES, special sale price. . .$2.50 SILVERMAN'S

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