The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 23, 1937 · Page 2
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January 23, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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8 f Saturday, January 23, 1937 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana PACE TWO for his work In radio-activity: "I am just as surprised as anybody." r1 WANTED SLARK SERVICES Fcnie Riders Fence riders ot. cattle ranches are men who make periodic rounds of the fenced arei to see if any fences need repair. CHURCH NEWS KIKST KKSBYTKKL.X OIUTMH II. C. flinpin. Minister Short Interviews What la the Christian", Responsibility?" Leader: Nicky Blhlch. 6 p. m. Intermediate Christian Endeavor. Topic: 'Dishonest Practise in Our Daily Life." Leader. Jobn Spiers. 6:0 p. m. Voiinn People's Christian Kndeavor. Topic: "How May We Work for a fulrer Distribution of Wealth?" leader: Tlill Messier. 7:3rt p. m.Kvening Church Worship. ReT. H. C. t'hapin will preach. The choir mill sing. Everyone is welcome. 7 00 p. m. Communicant's Class Galapafos Islands The striking feature of the Galapagos islands from a natural history standpoint is that a large proportion of the plants and animals found there are unlike those of any other part of the world and stranger still, although separated by only a few miles of ocean, each isla.id has its own species of the same birds and reptiles which are not found on any o. the other islsnds. Danes Aid Farmers Legislation designed to preserve the number of independent farm was stnrted in Denmark in 1769. Komaus' Fire-Making Romans ground a mixture of sulphur and dried, decayed leaves between stones to obtain Are. SPECIAL DANCE NKW V()HK--A!ibe Ernest Dim-net. French philosopher and theologian, sums up the Spanish aituation' "The Reds are a good deal too red f.ir me. and the whites are a good deal too while." WASHINGTON Walter Riincl-men. president of the British hoard of trade. Is asked If he believed the war debt question will be re-opened soon between the United States and fireat Britain: "! see no reason to believe that It will." HOLLYWOOD Ann Sheridan cites her marriage as a reason for her Mm success: "Being In lore Is the best incentive young actress can have." NKW YORK Magistrate Charles Solomon condemns young traffic violators who might "convert a piece of Junk Into a murder box": "There Is a procession of morons in traffic court. What they need Is a clinic." LOS ANGELES Dr. Herbert Nemby McCoy receives news he was awarded the Willard Gibbs medal by the American Chemical society SATURDAY at every Tuesday ' ft Women's Missionary Society will meet Thursday at 2 p. m. MFTHODIST CHi rMTI Sunday. January 24. 197 9:30 a. m. Preachlnr Service. "I'nconsclous Loss of Power." Charles Clark will sing. 10:30 k. m.. Sunaay school. 6:00 p. m., Epworth League. There will be no evening services. Prayer meeting and study class Wednesday night. 7:30. Twenly- fhe began the class last Wednesday nlghl. Fonr others have asked fort their note books. Anyone can join this class. i DREAMLAND BALL ROOM Gentlemen 25c Music by Dreamland ' Dancing 8:30 to UuvJ Hides Iron Rags Metal and Paper Highest Pried Paid A. Dumcs Water Street NIGHT All-Stars 12 Ladles 10c 0 Up u u Prices Are Going HELD AT CAYUGA Vic;iin of Automobile Accident liuiied in Thomas Cemetery Thursday Morning . t C.VYlXi.V, Jan. 3 - 'Many persom lu the Sixiu district uu.i (rum llli bois were iu ton fur tbe A. L Clark Funeral ThurJay morning A large number sent beautiful flor-a) offerings. .'aj Last rites for Mr. Clark were held at tbe Christian church, vitb burl a I in Thomas cemetery. Pall bearers were Harry New lit; and Andrew Huxford ot Newport. Verne Cory of Kingman. Fred La Tourette of Perrysville, J. D. Todd and Cecil Boyd, There were 20 honorary pall bearers who also acted as flower bearers. ,,SllfiS Child Is Born Mr. and Mrs. Max Harvey are par-tuts of a Ci pound baby girl boru January IS, 1937, at St. Elizabeth hospital, Danville. The infant has been named Joyce Aune. Mrs. Har-Yey is the former Ellen Jane Roark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Roark. i . , -ina Mrs. Charlie Dowers was operated for gall stones Thursday at the Clinton hospital. Gene McMurtrey ts ill at his hi. me with tbe small pox. Garner Scheduled The Milford. Ill , independent basketball team will play the American Legion team here Monday night in a double game. Tbe Brst game start at 7:15. . -wtw -Mrs.' Roy Allee and son, Robert, were in Danrille Wednesday on business. Robert will leave Sunday for Indianapolis where he will enter Indiana Central College. Robert graduated from Cayuga hiirh with (he class of 1935. Mrs. Blanche Harvey visited ber daughter-in-law. Mrs. Max Harvej. who is a patient at tbe Danville St. Elizabeth hospital on Wednesday. Roy Clark is serionsly ill at his home In Eugene. His condition ha; grown steadily worse since the accidental death of bis half brother. A L. Clark. COURT NEWS NEWPORT. Jan. !3 Dom Rolando of I'niversal entered a pica of guilty to a charge of petit larceny in Vermillion circuit court Friday and was placed on official probation. Rolando entered tbe plea of puilty to stealing thirty-five cents fl.im Dick Lark fen December 1. Attorney Maynard C. Wiggins of Newport has been named special judge to hear the cause of Albert J. Doughty ts, Loots Rolando and Mario Bonaeorsi, complaint on note. Bonacorsi died since the filing of the suit. 'Plaintiff is represented by A:iorneys Wait ft Carithers, New-p n, and defendant by Attorney Homer D. Ingram. Newport. Attorney Maynard C. Virgins. io Is admmiFtrator of the estate of Lucy J. Parke, deceased, filed an Victim of New ... if -- - , . 7 i ty "The promises of (iod are only for those who undertake the program of H:4T a. in., liible Siliool. 10:45 a. uu. Morning Worship. Stimuli i he nit' 'Huw Can 1 Maku My t'feurrh Hie I'wm r of UoU?" 6:15 p. m.. Christian Kndavoi immune. haltr, Jhiik-s Murilwk. HKST THKISTIAX VHl "RCH H. H, WatftKT, Pastor o. in., Bible School. Htnry WVlImuu. adult superiutendtMit, But' Hat b- general superintendent. t!ood Orchestra. 10:45 a, in.. Worship. Subject of srmou "An Impossible Neutrality." 7 p. m. There wilt be apeelil services at nijEht. Charles (."lark, evangelist of Washington, D- C. will preach and sing at this service. Pub-tic welcome. FIltST RITIST tHlTM'll K. W. Iti-hop, Pastor 9:4". a. nx. Bible School each Sunday. Our school is a real Bible school not nierelv a Sunday School. 11 a. m.. Morning Worship. Sub ject "Five Questions Every Church Member Ought to Answer. Charles Clark, evangelist, will be with us at this time. 6 p. m. B. Y. P. U. 7 p. m. Evening Evangelis'i' Services. Subject. "How to Become Sons of Cod." A business mewing and prayer meeting will be held Wednesday at p. m. FAIItYIKW M. K. ( Hl'ltt H HaruM It. Hotlikiss Pastor 9:45 a. m.. Sunday School. C:15 p. m.. Epworth League. 7:o p. m.. Evening Worship. There is a class for every age. We have a staff of consecrated i'-achers who are endeavoring in very way possible to make the classes interesting and valuable. Why not avail yourst-lf of the opportunity these sessions offer? The Epworth League will discuss inaiters pertaining to fourth department work, or recreation. Leader W ood ro w Kon ca n n o n . The evening worship seeks to !ad us to the higher reaches toward t:jd. Kvt-ning theme '"Christ's Infinite Resources," HILL t'RKST MDR MTY CENTER KliJbh Pfanrter, Sap. 9:30 a. m-, Sunday School. Worship and Bible study for the whole family. Bring the children. 2:00 p. m. Junior Christian Endeavor. Topic: "Total Abstinence affidavit for a change of venue from Sni-cial Judpe John J. Hall, to hear he exception to his final report as such administrator. The exceptions 10 the final report were filed by Boord and Shelby, undertakers of Covington. Indiana. The court has named Judge Albert R. Owens of Vigo county. Judge Claude B. Phil-lott of Fountain county and Judge Howard L. Hancock of Parke coun- from which to select a judge to hear the cause. The change of vMiue has not been completed. York Traffic Jic - ! . We Prices are not shouting "Wolf I" are going up and we mean Pen n rm ft n im to IF p of materials and new taxes will soon higher You can actually SAVE ordering needed printing supplies now , Rising cost force them MONEY by nn nc; a! o n I TO Why not check up right now and Bee what your needs for the next few months will be? Remember by buying NOW vou can save yourself MANY DOLLARS. Buy in Clinton, where you get double satisfaction, helping yourself and your local newspaper. Just Phone 41 or 117 and a salesman will call to help you figure your needs and estimate your costs. tseo law u nn LivJ U Harrv Peterson, 27, was struck by bus at E5th Street and Seventh A vn'ue in New York City, one of the busiest spots in the metropolis. FlSj drimatic picture shows an anibnrance surgeon gimng him first aid. It tovk '-.'5 ptopie to lift the bus oil his foot aflfcr the accident. Ha conditions is serious.

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