The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 26, 1937 · Page 2
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January 26, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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.r;'.fv:i. .... nn J" '',J ' " ' ' ' "!, .,(''!, ! 'TuMaVi Junuw 26." 1937 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana PACE TWO Great Lakes Exposition Is World Tour Magic Carpet Plaques on Wall St. Building-! M ,nv houses and office buildings , " Wall -street district of M.n- ... hLltan bear plaques felling about The histone sites the structure . . occupy. . - which meet, at II p. m.l' uml tl:l-' luuidcmrt cIuhh. which m"'"lK l 1 p. m. Tlio EiiiKins '-'ass, under C"' .liiwliiii of Mrs. En Uki!. ' meet at 7 l. WPA RECREATION DEPARTMENT NEWS .OR. B. H. SELLERS Ahkmir tin- varioiTS cUkw'H of-Ici'cd to the public Hi Columbia Kre-rcalimi Center Is that of metal clcli-Ih; supervised by Floyd Williamson. This cImks will meet al U p. in 1 1. day. ,' OllnM' lie ! l v 1 1 oi ; liiiMi'liuit Itimrlll arc the vcli:hl-liliiii; li'iuu, iindi'i Dr. G. R. McGUIRE Chiropractor x.rR, service. Palmer Oraduate: iKMSJ lllackman Street DENTIST I-I3J Scuth Mam Slreei ( Union, Indiana Hie HiiiicrviMion of Kcmiulli Allen. muiiiiin i mi nmiianannjiii i m in inwuiiit f mKmmimKm"m"'!Lt I i'i'l"i'aj OF CUUrWC n. i . t . ,, , a NEWPORT P.T.A. ' HEARSPROGRAM .' vmposium Presented At Recent Meeting; Miscellaneous Shower Is Given IiKVVPOKT. Jaa. 25 A" unusual ting ol the Parent-Teacher Annies ,as bald Tuesday evening in high school building with E. E. Neel, prenident of the elation presldlnc. About 60 ' present. A buainess moot Inn held In which reports were n by the treaaurer, Mra. William .arty, Secretary Oscar Keraey outmaster Omar McMasters. ' C. Myers, chairman of the Day program for the Feb-eting, announced there a apecial program In ob-it both the local and na-anlzatlona. The state preset Hughes, will be present an address. ogram opened with two lanks Be to God," and Banks of the Wabash," by i he hlsh school mixed chorus direct A SCREEN TREAT FOR KIDS FROM i ! -f'L.4 l IS - PALACE- 6 TO 60!!. .... TONITE AND WEDNESDAY LAFFS! TEARS! THRILLS'. A :. 1;M HERE'S A YOUNG- . STER WHO REACH-ES INTO YOU R . HEART AND HANDS' ' YOUR SOUL A WALLOP ! ! t ff I lit " " 1 I Mveard bouilu Whilf Fhol ed by. H. W. Broaddus, followed by THP STREETS OF THE WORLD of the Great Lakes Exposition in Cleveland, which opens on May 29, giv.X"ifor;T,oEb.TSgr?a,, "fcrExposition , it U.t year. Thirty-three couotrie. are represented in this miniature world on the shores ol Lane t-na. a, Ovcrpeck. and the Misses Riilli Nog-Ble. Margaret llollliiRsworlh. D.iyue As Grand Jury Probed Murder Hollingsworlli, Helen Broady. Lu cille Pittman. Marjoris Allison, Hel en Newlln, Norma Jane Anbury. Iler-, tha Sawyer, Vera Aston, Elizabeth aw Ann Higgins, Martha Harriet , Chipps, Anne Wilcox. Alia Marie Helton. Mrs. Ellen Johnson, Mrs. Mrs. Margaret Vincent. Mrs. Mahle Kruse. the honor puesl and the host PbillipsflOLMES " esses. 1 YOUTH MARCHES ON! Delphian bapicr Rosina LAWHENCE Mrs. I.. P. Nelson was Hostess for the Delphian Chanter Tl.n.silay evening. Respmis's were current i II singing " America, The Beautiful." The meeting was then turned over to J. C. Pickell, high school principal, who had charge of the s.i iiiTiosiuM, which consisted of the following parts: Mr. Pickell Introduced the mln topic. "Character Growth, a Home and School Responsibility." John Carithers talked on Honesty," bow it is attained and results of honest living; Miss Ami E. Wilcox talked on "Intelli-prnoe": Dr. J. L. Saunders talked on "Efficiency": Omar McMasters showed us that without friendliness, we lose in all walks of life: V:-. E. W. Baker gave us some con-erele, examples of appreciation; Mrs. r'ummner J. - Brown talked on co- -ration; Mr, KerBey taked on forrcfuluess, showing that our lives pr, of no avail as good character r- ulders unless we have the force-f itness of a good character and a foal in view, and John Laner talked 11 sood taste. 1 Mr.'. Pkkell. in bis usual efficient ard forceful manner, gave a resume i ' -acta; talk driving home the poiuts L.acjc.'b.v each speaker. Miscellaneous Shower Mrs. Clair Van Sant, formerly 5 JTeda Guilliama was honor tncBt t a miscellaneous shower en ;y the Misses Bernice I. Pittman p ,j Mary Brock, at the home of the liltT an Wednesday evening. V targe doll dressed as a bride :(h long white gown and veil, hold-U a bouquet of pink rosebuds dec-4,,-,td a Urge table upon which rifts were placed. "rises for contests were awarded 1- Mdaoaes H. V. Nixon, Sumner J. Brown snd Miss Marjorie Allison. The Misses Vera Aston and Mar- X M J "a . at t Visji v. fc r f events. Mrs. H. V. Nixon presided in TREAT YOUR FAMILY- the absence of Mrs. Grace E. Davis. The lesson for the evenlnr was en 'The Formation of a German Em pire" and given by Mrs. yi. i.. "K- See Spankey and Mis Gang-It' Tops in LaFfs! N -1 sins. The program opened and losed with group singing. Refresh ments were served by the hostess. ! '?r--.: . .,X - - Members present were Mesdames W. C. Wait, William Beeler. J. N. JoneB. H. V. Nixon. H. C. itawyer, M. C. Wiggins, W. G. Parrel t and and the Misses Be ss Laubam. r.er-tha Sawyer, and Grace Rheuby. Thimble Club The Thimble club met Wednesday 1 ii if " t- "iT. Browa aad Mia Taylor afternoon with Mrs. R. V. Hughes. The afternoon was spent in sawing, after which a two course luncheon was served. Ten members snd four guests Mrs. J. C. Pickell. Mrs. II. if charged with the slaying. A Full-Sire, Porcelain Tub FAMILY fefASHiER .. . MniHnpRwnrth assisted the Courage ia Tribulation A great deal depends upon a man's Courage when he is slandered and traduced. Weak men are crushed by detraction, but the brave bold on and succeed. for only .; id ia opening her lovely gifts. Re-fr-phments of white and brown c tdwiches, pickles, mints and coffee were served by the hostesses. -:., were Mesdamea Omer Mc- C. Nichols. Mrs. V. N. Asbury ana Miss Nancy Lewis were present. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ueid and fam ily moved this week to Paxlon. 111. C. I). Mitchell, county school superintendent, and family nioved from Cayuga the first f the we' k to Newport. They are living in a home in the west part of town recently built by Dr. T. J. rollings of Rockville. ft..tam. Freemont Hughes, Richard ""ns PICTURE (5150 .' bury. Sumner 3. Brown, Lewis rm O. E. Beebee. Arlow Brasael 10c TONIGHT 25c Y ard -Richards. C. B- Cooper. D. L. I line Dora Stewart, D. P. ll Steam Power in Coal A pound of coal burned in a locomotive, on the average turns eight pounds of water (one gallon) into steam. First to Depict Wild Turkey The wild turkey was first depicted by Titian R. Peale, youngest son of the noted colonial painter, in Bonaparte's "American Ornithology" in 1825. Audubon's famous "The Birds of America" contains no plates of the bird. V ss. ft. V. Nixea. B. E. Keel, Neil r.nhrrlson. Forrest Barker, IKinald READ THE ADS Payment. Desired CT , rCai. Ex-Convicts Be Reformed? lint Buttered Tea urM's biggest t--a party ..kes place at the annual The 1: :L '.i.fC3 t .ll prnhah Tihetan pavcr festival. In Lhasa, capital of Tibet, is a hiil overlooking lov.n proper, ana on tins niu lic it lit ms li e palace m ine uaiai mua m-iesl Convents and host Think of it you can have this full capacity Speed . Queen washer delivered to ycur home ready to dp your-family laundry week-in and week-out for only $39.50. Never before has a machine with co inu'.h dependable workmanship and quality been offered for sojittle money. It will wash your clothes ccan do the; work quickly and serve you faithfully over a period of many years, ll will cut your laundry bills, prolong the life of your garments and linens, and give you the thing; evcy woman chcrisl.es and that is fresh, clcan smclling wash. els for pilgrims and Lamas cluFtcr round the foot of the hill and fill up ,.nMi ihe festival time ap tut- hi ;i proaches. Meanwhile a huge bronze j cauldron is r:gged up in Lnasa s biggest square to boil buttered tea for the Lamas during the whole of the festival. Buttered tea Is a; murh Ii od as drink, for it is made by churning up an inftiMor. ot brick tea. oda. and salt vath plenty of butter or old mutton fat until t dark brown oiiv liquid is formed. It is quite tlie favente drink of lamas, and indeed of all Tibetans. Tnev d ink anything up to eighty cups a da. Tit-Bits Magazine. ' sn.oo c ,., Msiui, and Norae dis far eca play of models before you buy a washer and learn how easily and tafely you can save yourself some money. i! vj '!y ,TUvl Kpi5i2 L . . t iA ' - rf I i t irrircr j I !, -A i u reform pIMer I NO FINANCE COMPANY fl COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday VIRGINIA WEIDLER -r-in Girl of the Ozarks" Comedy "Porky, Rainmaker" Aim uon S iIjkh A. 3. !BIJIHnrY FURNITURE FLOOR COVERINGS STOVES 'Uuality First. Prices Always Lowest ' 234-38 Elm Street Phone 361 " Gov. Hubert LeluxM k ,.imvicU be reformed? That Is one of the chief Problema nrSsof Venal Institution, today. At Hmira. WjrJS facing oincuus to deU.rmlne hether those not habitual n experiment plao u being tried by which t?' rSSSvSnSd corriand of trade Zlamt eeuippinr themselves to resume a normal Ufe v'TTaroor firulh their sentence. Twenty crafts are V h" . LonerTnTadditlon to acedermc subjects. The pUn is a of M" Ponrcd by Gov. Herbert Lchmaa. ii News Pictorial Musical 10c and 15c

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