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

Clinton, Indiana
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Tuesday, February 2, 1937
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f Tuesday, February 2, 1937 Thc Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page Two . Terrors of Flood Leave Refugees Desolate The del'-iidanl is a resident oj Jj, I roil and notice was ordered given by publication, returnable on March .-lil. The plaintiff Is roproRcnled in court by Attorneys Fisher anil Shaw, Clinton. . N COURT NEWS MvWroitT, Feb. 2---Attorney mu ll C. Wiggins of Newport has ., , appointed us Attorney for the Vermillion Cinmly Welfare Hoard mi- i tit- year 1!:7. The aiiiiliitinent ai:. i made at n meeting of the. board in .laulliiry 21th, HOLDS MEETING iheir daughter, slating that be had made arrnngemenls Willi his parent;. I,, ..are for Hie child"; i" n"0'1 ""' ,,,rt for Hie return of all furniture ami household goods that l'laintill 11 i;,Ken from their home at the lime of the separation. The couple was married September 17, 1II32 and separated Noveiu-l.. l'lltil The plainlilf was re-presenled In court by Attorneys Fisher and Shaw of Clinton, and defendant by Attorneys Alkinan, Miller & Causey of Terre Haute. Mir. Paul Carmack Hostess for Friendship Circfe; Money Raised for Relief Hearing was had Monday In 1 1 1 -cause of Slate of Indiana vs llnualil Hunt of Clinton, charged Willi lull lire to provide for his wife, Itulli. and their children. Evidence showed lhat be was contributing prarlicalh all he made towards their suppiiri, and the cause was continued. Tin Stale was represented by Attornei B. J. Dudley of Newport, and defei- Tin- Vermillion County Conunls-.imieis held their monthly meeting it i he Court House .Monday. All , l iims filed with the county for the previous month, were passed upon In the Commissioners. No contracts , ,veie awarded or appointments I niiule. liersev l-earinau of Hell township bus rik-d suit In Vermillion Circuit Courl seel;ing a divorce from Nellie I'earman. The complaint alleges cruel and inhuman treatment. Tin-couple wawa married May 21. and separated September 11, l3!i. 1 Anna i:siuiiudi of Olinlon town- daut by Attorney Frnnk I-isber oi Hie firm of Fisher and Shaw of f I i: -ton. '' "SHARP STOMACH PAINS UPSET MY WHOLE SYSTEM" Says K. Henlgcs: "1 tried a 1.2:. hot He (3 weeks- treatinontl of In Bnirls Adla Tablets under your guaiautee. Now the pains arc gone and 1 cat anything " Powell's Rdv. V .. iiliip was grunted a divorce from i Neno lOsinondi in Vermillion Circuit ji-nurl Monday, and given the care, .ustody and control of their daugh- per, Mary Ijmise. aged 3. until fur-, h'ler order of the court. The plain-' liiff was also granted the ownership. I of the property asked for in defon- Llaiil's cross complaint. The. divorce DOES BLADDER IRRITATION WAKE YOU UP? U s not normal. It's nature's warning. -Pangcr Ahead." Make this i.c tost Use huchu leaves, juniper oil. and ti other drugs made into litilo green tablets, to flush out excess acids and impurities. Excess acids can cnuse irritation resulting In getting up nights, scanty flow, desire, burning, backache, and leg pains, .lust say Bukets to your druggist In four days if not pleased vour -Sc will be retunded. C.illis Phormnrr. - JV- 1,172 NEWPORT. Feb. 2 Mis. Paul Carmack was homes for a meeting of the Friendship Circle at her home Thursday evening. Mrs. D. P. Williams, president, presided during the business meeting. Responses to roll call were "Our Dish Meal." The club voted to pay $1.25 toward the student loan fund. The remainder of the evening was spent In sewing. In place of the usual refreshments Xhe hostess gave money to the flood relief fund and each member contributed to that fuud. Homemade candy was served. Members present were Mosdames D. P. Williams. C. D. Williams, S. J. Brown. William Harger, Guy Gosnell, Waller Aston, Omar Mi-Masters, Herbert Yntiman'i and Melvin Weatherman. Guests were Mrs. Thelma Beebee of Washington, Pa., and Mrs. C. M. Higglns. Girl Burn Horn to Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas Kvans, 3820 East 02nd street. Indianapolis, at the Methodist hospital a daughter. Nancy Carol, Thursday. January 28. 1937. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Broaddus. Mrs. E. E. -Nee! and son Jr., spent Si i unlay in Torre Haute. Saturday afternoon several members of the Friendship Circle met at the home of Mrs. D. P. Williams and tailicd a comfort to be sent to the flood district. . as based on cruel and inhuman iti Inii-nl. curse and abuse. i The defendant had filed a cross Dr. G. R. McGUIRE V Chiropractor X-raj- Service. Talmer Graduate. 2351 Walkman Street I .impluint seeking the divorce on i rounds or cruel and inhuman treatment, and that she associated with oiher men; he asked the custody of Exhausted bv their struggle against the inexorable j w ent on a rampage in Arkansas, rest rrorn ErSTStt. S! i ttrefugles who were forced their ordeal In a buildmg at lh. slat, fair 6rounds .... .. t' . o DiHnMi ril-or a M Pfll DM IM I 10 Qaa for tneir uvea wncn ui oi.. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. 1'arrett. VACATION KMIS Herbert Vonmans retiirneil H Purdue on Tuesday alter spending the mid-semester vacation with his parents. 0 D UJ Wallace Miles of I'vfiana. 111., was Hie guest of Miss Martha K. Panel! Saturday and Sunday in her home in Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Verner 'MU Vllet spent Sunday at Uajiville with Mrs. Van Vliet8' mother and other rela tives. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley of Cayuga were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sanders. I Mr. and Mrs. George Short had as I Are Going Up Prices their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jay Short of Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Wimsett and daughter Marietta attended a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. John liarles' T4th birth anniversary near Clinton. XEWl'ORT. Feb. 2. The Junior Ait Club met Saturday afternoon v illi Martha Lewis and Naomi Barr, assisting 'hostess. Mary Jane Thomas, president of the club, pre-tiilcd. Mrs.. W. C. Wait gave a talk on the Iloosier Art Salon. Papers of I lie Indiana Federation of Clubs were sent to the president to be distributed among the members of the club. The lesson for the afternoon was on Olio Stark, given by Martha Bishop, and T. C. Steele by Elizabeth Ann Higgins. Miss Bertha Sawyer jthvc a talk on The Art Association of Indianapolis followed by a talk by Mrs. L. A. Myers, who told of Ann Wright Sewell. who was active in the organization of this Association. The club members sang several songs in closing. During the social hour refreshments were served. There were eleven members present and live guests, Mrs. L. A. Myers. Miss Bess Lanham, Miss Bertha Sawyer, Miss Nancy LewiB, Mrs. M-rtimer Lewis, and the club sponsor. Mrs. Wait. We are not shouting "Wolf!" Prices are going up and we mean Snow Whiter Than Paper Newly-fallen snow is much whiter than the whitest paper that can be made. Collier's Weekly. Moslems Traveled on Foot In the old days, Moslem pilgrims traveled to the holy cities of Medina and Mecca on foot. BS 0QH(D1 FlfD pLfflLTD'S The sharp Cheddar that spreads! Rising cost of materials and new taxes will soon force them higher You can actually bAVL, MONEY by ordering needed printing supplies now C'HJJJ) ARRIVES Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Weatherman of near Newport announce the arrival of a baby girl, Linda Lou, al I he Vermillion County hospital in riintou Sunday, January 31. Mrs. Weatherman was formerly Miss Violet Youmans of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. M. L, Nixon and livin sons of Terre Haute were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Nixon. William M- Hegarty and mother. Mrs. Jennie Hegarty, and Maurice 11 -garly of Clinton spent Sunday in J'-.aiur, 111., with relatives. Mhses Martha and Mary Eleaunr l iirrrtt of Indianapolis were week- Creamed OLD ENGLISH It lias the tingle-on-the-tongue flavor of rare, sharp cheese . . . and it's sprcadablc. Try Creamer! Old English in sandwiches, plain or toasted ! A Kraft Product (my mead-ache's TO MOST BE YooR DEAR. gone! my MEAD 1$ CLSTAR rAR H ' -rzz Wlty not chfck up right now and see what your needs for the next few montlis will be? Remember bv buying NOW you can save yourself " MANY DOLLARS. There it ' modem pleasant way to get relief from Headache, Gas on Stomach, CoWs. Heartburn. "Moraine After" and Muscular Pains. Jo drop one or two ALKA-SELTZER tablet into a glass of wans-. Watch it bubble listen to it fizz. As soon as tablet is dissolved, drink the tangy solution. 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. v Allia-Seltzer (Aaalcesie Alkalizing Effervescent Tablet) Yon will really enjoy the taste more like spring water than like medicine. AT KA-SELTZER. when dissob-ed in water, con- tainVtSc (Socbum Acetyl-Salicylate), which I ,Z lrTwhile its alkalizing agents help lo - everyday ailments associated with hyperacidity. .. v.. ALKA-SELTZra. Got a 30c 1MB i-l LiJ or oTpackroVaction-or-rnoney-back-' guarantee. , 9 h tiw 'ii)Kir'iiirfiMif-M(ifiiir1

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