The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 27, 1937 · Page 2
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January 27, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Wednesday, January 27, 1937 The Daily Clintoniun, Clinton, Indiana PAGE TWO Ited Harvey Unison and wife Sunday. Mr. anil Mrs. Floyd lliirrlck entertained relatives from St. Louis. Mo., over the weekend. Joseph llollon, who Is employed al Clinton, spent a few days wilh Mr. and Mrs. Ross llollon lust week. PA1RVIEW CLUB HOLDS MEETING crass and Lydla Schumann. Miss Maijorle Miliken was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller of Indianapolis. Mux Harvey. Hosrne Roark. Mrs. Illiini'he Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Dane Harper and Flunk Peterson wvie among those who visited Mrs. Mux Harvey and daughter. Joyce Anne. hi the Danville St. Elizabeth Hospital Sunday. Son Quizzed S its. I Bunco Played After Busmen Session ; to Convene Again Friday FAIRVIEW. Jan. 27 The Fair-vIpw Community Club met Friday uleht. .Ion. 22. with a good attend Curt Stewart went to Evansville last week to wink on the C. & E. I railroad. t'tah Indians' Belief Utah Indians believe that Hie Mormon crickets which annnnlly invude the fields and eut crops are ie-liicurnuticins ol slain buffalo. Have No Collarbone Jumping animals, such as deer and horses, have no collarbones, since they would be broken too eusily. Represents Great Trade Area The United Slates represents the greatest trade area in the world- A i 1 Church, with Rev. K. T. Miles, pastor, in chnrge. Charles R. Gardner of Catllli, III.. is the guest of Mr. anil Mrs. .1. L. Saunders. CAYUGA JOINS FLOOD RELIEF iRtiugees Not Likely to Be Senl to I own Hit by unease; Donations Pour in CAVrG'X. Jan. 27 A lelegriiin was reieived here Moiiiluy from Governor M. Clifford Townsend I" the Town Hoard asking bow many flood refugees could he taken rare nr. Rut due lo the fad that a terrible epidemic of smallpox, scarlet fever and flu Is raging here, doctors anil town omciuis iiioiigni n ii not to house any unless it became absolutely necessary. Donations have been received in generous quantities by Red Cross for flood sufferers. These are being left at the bank building and will be sent soon to Evansville. Latest homes to be quarantined for smallpox and scarlet fever are: Bid Auble, Clayton Hudson. Mrs. Connelly, Gene McMurtrey. Clarence Pierson. Charles Hooten. Mr. Holy- HILLSDALE NEWS RECEIVED TODAY Mrs. Raymond Little Enterluini Euchre Club on Friday Afternoon HILLSDALE. Jan. 27- Mrs. Raymond Little enlertalned her euchre lull Friday afternoon. Prizes was awarded to Mrs. Cbaiincy Barnes mil Mrs. H. H. McCnrty. Mrs. J. C. Ingrain, who is eniploy-d nt Danville, spent the- weekend il home. Mr. and Mrs. Pert Hamersley nt-endod the funeral of Mrs. Dutton in Dona Friday. Mr. anil Mrs. Raymond Little attended a rural carriers meeting nt Attica Sunday Carl Welch and wife of Dana vis ) They're Coming, COMING to CW Big MYSTERY SALE OF USED CARS ii vk. fko Reason ance. After the business meetlnn bunco was played. prist ere awarded to Mrs. Jay Tliuuuw. Mrs. Auna Priillilere and Nell Dutin. The next meetini! will be held Friday nliht. Jan. 29, t 7 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hall and son 'and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hedges and daughter spent Sunday UU Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Noldllnger and daughter. Mrs. Sam Johnson and son. Lawrence, spent Sunday afternoon with Anson Miller of St. Brnlce. Mr. Miller Is confined lo his home with Illness. Shirley Ixiu, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weber is confined to her home with pneumonia. Mrs. Charles Murry spent the past wek with her sister, Mrs. Alex Fanlds, of Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Simpson and family spent Sunday afternoon w.tli Mr. and Mrs. George Merry of Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs, Jesse Kevins spent Tl-iirsday In Terre Haute. fharles Wallace, who Is employed n Ft. Wayne, spent the weekend v Mi his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ever tt Wallace. R. S. Bohannon remains the same. Mrs. Sadie Dixon has been confined to her home with illness. Owen Dixon has been on the sick list. tome anu icam ....w JACKSON MOTOR CO. STARTING THURSDAY, JANUARY 28 a i . t j ii.iinaiiiiij"iiiin-iii i Wat I IB i4-ri . . r -f -tiiaf I am Here's what you have been waiting for William Randall of Terre Haute was the weekend guest of his sis You Thrifty Shoppers ! ! We are confident that you'll buy plenty when you see the values we have ready for you. We have taken drastic markdowns on merchandise in every department TO MOVE THAT MERCHANDISE! We want you to get the bargains-BE HERE EARLY! Makes Snow Crystals White The whiteness of the snow crystals is due to iho reflection of light from their many facets. Uchl Formerly in South The Uc'ii Indians, forming a distinct linpuis'.ic stock, formerly lived In Georgia and South Carolina. DR. B. H. SELLERS DENTIST 2491 South Main Straet Clinton, Indian PUBLIC BRIDGE (PARTY at Royal Neighbor Hall Over Dotighty's Store (Sponsored by Business Women) Thursday, 8 P. M. Price 25c (Clearance MiIkc. Vol to 'Be Kxi banned i r Purchased on Ijiy-away Pkasc! GALORE!! Look! Men! Single and Doublcbreasted COATS 90 rinn'i miss this baruainl They're far below market value at this clearance price.' 1 Lot ... Misses' Tuck Stitch ' Union Suits $21. Just what that young lady needs for this wintery weather! ' MEN'S and BOYS' Winter Weight Polo Shirts c " Ea. Some with talon fastener neck long sleeve style. Better Buy Now! Part Wool Double BLANKETS $98 Size 70x80, ih.ey'U cost more later. These Will Walk Out So Be Early I Men's Genuine PIGSKIN GLOVES $44 Good size assortment. One Lot ' Children's Winter COATS NEWPORT CLASS KEARSPROGRAM Mrs. Mary B. Aikman Is Hostess for Session; Delphian Chapter Meets NKWTOHT. .Ian. 21'.. Mis. Mnry 11. Aikman was linsicss lor n meet inn of tin- Ilium- Kcmiiillllis Cl.iss ill her linine Friday nfK-ninnn. as-Ml-t ttisf hostesses were Mrs. I). 1'. Willlatiia. Mrs. lli'illc Hurki-r nud Mrs. It C. Nklmls. Mrs. Summer J. Mi own. pivsiilcul of the club, iri'--iil.-il. Tin- prn'Tiiin opened with putrio- ic simps led by Mrs. Audrey Full', and Mrs. ('. K. llecbee us piiinist. ItespnliHi-s tn roll cull were "All i iii m of linen-si iilnnit you :- fimirili' lu-.'Huli-nt ." Mrs. Wllliiim Hurler cave ii lulk "n "The History unci mill I'l'in' iliii" of National IinuiEiir- lion". Mrs. W. (!. Parrett and Mrs. (His Wtiisnii gave a report of the Ilium- F-iciniiinic Hay prusriini at the minimi Agricultural conference held last week at Lafayette. Refresh ments were served by the hostesses. There were 24 members and one 1'iiesi. Mrs. ;. K. Ilinclinin. present. Tlie Delphian Chapter met Thurs day evening with Mrs. L. P. Nelson with eleven members present. Mrs. II. V. Nixon presided. The members responded to roll cull with interest ing current events. The lesson for the evening was on "The Formal ion nf a German Empire," I'iveii by Mrs M. C. Wiggins. The meeting opened and closed with group singing. Re freshments were served during the :j,-ial hour. Revival services are being con-luiteil at the Methodist Episcopal EASY NOW-TO CORRECT BAD BREATH No need to offend others Listerine, quick deodorant, sweetens breath Now there is no excuse for offending r,t hers with halitosis fbad breath). The quick, easy treatment to counteract this ! condition is Listerine. Simply rinsing tire mouth with it makes the breath cleaner, sweeter, more wholesome. Most cases of bad breath, says one dental authority, are caused by fermentation of tiny food particles he tooth brush has failed to remove. When Listerine is used to rinse the mouth, it halts fermentation and overcomes the odors it causes. Smart men and women realize that it is easy to offend others and take the l.lt-asant Listerine precaution against had breath. Lambert Pharmacal Company, St. Louis, Mo. Don't offend others Check halitosis with LISTERINE f TODAY lever or touch cluteh nothing new to leam. ready for you. Come obligation. tern, Mrs. Frank Lewis and Mrs, Et-t.i Clark. Horace Little and daughter, Marie, of Center spent Saturday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Emile J'rulhiere. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Church of Dana were Sunday afternoon guests qf Mr. and Mrs. Otis Church and ft wily. Miss Grace JohnBon has returned to her home at New Albany, Fenti.. a ter spending the- past six weeks with her sister, Mrs. Harold R. Hot-clikiss, and Rev. Hotchklss. Ora Weaver is confined to his ' Lciiiw with Illness, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Iuham of rt. Bernlce were Sunday guests of 11,13. Rebecca Wagner and daughter, Josle. Charles Weir of Kansas City is Glieiidiug a tew weeks with bis par-f nls. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Weir. billy Weber Is confined to his home with flu. 20 OnlV Ladies' Fur Trimmed 20 Only SO AITS A II T I FT All Taken From Higher Priced Groups 1 Lot of LADIES' SILK DRESSES Odd lots taken from higher priced lines Buy Now! Richard Trader, 18, son of Clarence Trader, slain Stockton, Md., utility magnate, who was found shot in his estranged wife's home, is being questioned by Snow Hill, 31 d'., police following finding of his fingerprints. Richard is shown with his mother attending his father's funeral COURT NEWS NKWFORT, Jan. 27---Frank Hnr-rlay of Newport was erant'd a divorce from Jessie Morris HlJl'clay on grounds of d striion in Vermillion Circuit Court Monday. The de fendant's maiden name of Morris was restored. Tin- couple wioi married July . laL'll and separated in October lfcll. The plaintiff was represented ill court by Attorney K. K. Neel, Newport. An affidavit for contempt of court has been Hied in the separation suit of Cledith Kyle vs Joseph Kyle. Affidavit alleges that on December 31, 1 9 :i 0 defendant was ordered to pay (lie sum of $r,ll In temporary attorney fees on or before January 2'ilh and that lie had failed to obey the order of the court. Ilearinfr is set for February 2, 1H37. The affidavit was tiled by Attorney Homer D. Ingram, al-tornev lor Mrs. Kyle. The cause of Slate ! Indiana vs Elswood Williams of Cayuga, was dismissed Monday on motion of Prosecuting Attorney K. J. Dudley. Williams was charued witli failure to provide for his wife. Anna Williams. Priniivera, Furniture Wood Primavera is exotic furniture wood. Its grain is much like that mahogany, but its natural color similar to that of satinwood, being light yellow with a tinge of brown. It is native 10 Mexico aim Guatemala. ' vVrltl! pdl) to pull a gear rdul . vet 'l here's a car in today , no ill a rrr - Tl ' IITH niii..ir.m,.'W.mi BARGAINS SPECIAL! An Outstanding Valuel MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Attractive patterns with non-wilt collars. Exceptional quality. $H.H.77 Savings For You! CLEARANCE! ALL FALL MILLINERY Values such as you have never dreamed many colors and styles. 79c $7.88 $3.77 10c $2.22 77c 25 c 29c 69c 98c $2.98 3 for - a few). 10c 19c 67 c 35c PANTIES 2 for $14.44 3 pairs for pair 25c 1 9 C Worrying About Poverty We all suffer ourselves to be too much concerned about-a little poverty ; but such consideration; should rot move us in the choice of that v.bich is to be the business and justification ol so great a portion ol our lives; and like the missionary, tne patriot or the philosopher, we should, all choose that poor and braye career in which we can do trie' Host' and best lor mankind. TRY THIS pRESTO of is OTHER ITEMS WHICH FURTHER PROVE what WF MF-AN BY BARGAINS! MKN'S UNDERWEAR, 10 wool. 13 Only! Children's Wool Snow Suits Priced A Bargain If There Ever Was One! Men's Suede and Grain Leather Jackets Repriced! Button Style. . $3.77 $4.88 Talon Fastener .Style Misses' All Wool Plaid Mackinaw Jackets 4 38 Reduced lo Fine For School! Small Boys' Corduroy 2-Pece SUITS $88 'Now U arm Lined Jackets Jimmy Style Pants Buy Them Now! Priced To Clear! Odd Lots Ladies' SHOES Good assortment of leathers including suedes. IP MISSUS1 SPORT COATS 6 only - I.AitlKS- KAItK fBH't DRESSES, 30 only, a give away mi:vs M HOVS- FANCY DRESS SOCKS, pair MI.N K AM. Hl, JACKETS soiled I.AIHKW' SH.K DANCE SETS, CHEMISE, SLIPS ( soiled), i iim K' mi.ituii.; KNIT GOWNS (soiled) each i v ! Tn- it a m :in n: WRAPPERS, each MI'IVS Ol I I.ANM.I SHIRTS - (iltlil i u PANTS a teal bargain! Pair IIOVS' SHKKI'SUO UVH COATS - FLICK TO THE GEAR YOU WANT (Sim Umilitt gttr positions) ft T 1 . LIFT A lUfc . . . smw AND GEARS SHIFT fj (You cm forgtt th clutch - ill rimr,l,,i,i mi vs wurn-: HANDKERCHIEFS MKV'S SHIRTS and SHORTS, each IKIVS1 FLANNEL PAJAMAS (only i t HlkS' TUCK STITCH VESTS and (U K Vi:KV I1KST LADIES' COATS, 14 only WORK SOCKS mkn's iai; i.l; BOOT SOCKS, part woof, Hudson nd Terraplane dealers everv-hhere invite you to try the mapically easy new way to drive with Jludbon'6 oew Selxtivo Automatic Shift. ISo need r$r" : I I A savin? fr youl I I MILLER'S SERVICE GARAGE Phone 665-J jj I 1 5 Elm Street

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