The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on February 3, 1937 · Page 2
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February 3, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Wednesday, February 3, 1937 Page Two The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana u -,1 . I if lit -Hi Triplets Find First Birthday Exciting Event NEWPORT P. LA. Ohio Valley's Flood Waters Leaving to Pour in Mississippi PLANS PROGRAM REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Residence Properly, well located, and Bu.inea. Property (Continued from Pi-ge 11 j4! S mfZxf yr v Meeting. Date Changed; Foun den Day Celebration to Be Held Next Week "The situation is well in hand," MtiJ. den. Edward 11. Markltam. Chief of Army engineers louring the flood area, declared at Hickman, Ky., last night. "I am impressed by NEWPORT, Feb. 3 Tlio Parent Teacher Association will meet Sun the flood but reaffirm that the levee .. i T.lKft (fell S-room frame day evening, February 9 Instead of 1411 system la working as planned and residence, furnace, eleclric.ty and February 16, the rejrular time, at nobody will bo wet." the htKh school building, A pro gram In observance of Founders day will be presented. The state TWO ANDERSON PLANTS START president, Mrs. Loftan 0. Huchea. WORKING AGAIN (Continued from Page 1) Guide Lamp plant today ultlioui:h union picketR were stationed outside of the property. Aficnts of the department of labor, sent here a week ago to Investigate labor troubles. were still at work today. Barbara Maud, Beverly Cecils and Carol Ann Toupes point of the celebration for the three young ladle came when they were allowed to sample their birthday cake with Its generous frosting, above. Their first birthday was a most exciting event for tlksse San Francisco triplets, left to right, Barbara Maud. Beverly Cecile and Carol Ann Toupes. High Ancient Fruit The cultivation of apples ante garage, . 844 S Fifth St. Lot 55x158 feet; 6-room frame bong.- low, furnace, eTectricity, bath; frame garage. 1044 S. Fourth St. Lot 66x132 feet; 6-room residence; furnace, electricity, bath; frame pu-age. 220 Wabash St. Lot 64x50 feet; 5-room frame re.3- dence, furnace, gas, electnc.ty, bath; frame gamgc 729 S. Third St. Lot 71x158 feet; twej-story, 8-room frame residence, new fairnace, gas, electricity, bath, . double frame garage. . ' ; . 356 Vine St. Lot 66x79 feet; two-sWry, 8-room frame residence, steam heat, electricity, bath; frame ... garage, - ' "'' 407 Mulberry St. Lot 107x158 feet; two-story, 8-room frame residence, furnace, electricity, bath; frame garage. 626 S. Fourth St. Lot 99x158 feet; 5-room frame real-;j dence, electricity and water. 123-125 S. Mam St.", Slater Building Two-story brick business building, lot 44x158 feet; steam heat; two busmen rooms on first floor, two office suite and two apartments above. 231 S. Main St., Bank Building Lot 24x158 feet; one-story banking room;' substantial building in fair repair, excellent steam heating plant, detached. 109 121 FJm St:, Pike Building Lot 108x132 fee; two-room brick garage building, each room 50x130 feet; each steam heated, electricity and water. dates history. 'Flood Child" Bom in City Hall of Indianapolis will lie the guest speaker. The Pasl Presidents' candle HrM-Ing ceremony will be given and Mrs Nina Thomas will sing. There will be a birthday cake which will be cut and sold at 6c a slice, the money to be used for the Founders' day birthday offering. Mrs. W. C. Myers Is chairman of this program. Members of P.-T. A. Associations from other towns in the county are cordially invited to attend this meeting. : . Mtrrai-y ub Meet Mrs. Mary B. Aikman was hostess for the Driftwood Literary club Monday evening, February 1. Members responded to roll call with In-ItrOFtinK stories about "Birds." The. hostess had arranged a short musical .program. John Thomas entertaining with two numbers on the irotnbowv "Melody In F" and "Old l'n!k at Home." and Barton Thomas shiRlhg "Tipy Little Finger Tlpa" and "Ict's Ring Again," accompanied at .the piano by their mother. Mia. Nina A. Thomas. A book review, "Singing In the WJIdorness." by Donald Culross Be-ntlle was given by Miss Grace Rheu-liv. During the social hour refreshments were served by the hostess in CONGRESS ENDS FIRST 4 WEEKS; LITTLE IS DONE PADUCAH POLICE IN BATTLE WITH FIRES, LOOTERS (Continued from Page 1 ordered lliem inoculated against .yphoid. Iff L. -r. (Continued from Pace 1) the R A (Resettlement Administration) whhli has been one of the most advanced sociological experiments or the New Deal. The sum involved was only 1 6.000.000 an infinltesmal portion of the $934,-otio.OOO asked. Yet it stirred up a veritable tempest. IM'l.n.NZA AT MKMl'IIIS MK.MI'IHS. Tenii.. Feb. :! An In-i'ltienza epidemic Ins developed imoiiR flood refugees in Memphis, the Red Cross reported today. More than l.ooii flood sutr.-n-n. ire in hospitals, stricken with flu. A majority of the ;.500 housed in school buildings were suffering from colds. Red Cross physician! said that eight out of every 10 refugees now arriving have Influenza. JM --x yj For prices and terms, see the Receiver at the FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Clinton, Ind. RYTEX RIO... an exotic letter-pnper printed with a stately palm tree and over-printed with your Anin or Name and Address ... 50 leering with Valentine's day. Those ii sheets and 5u envelopes M.0U. Seo J samples at The Daily Clintonian. . m - -mi, mm. l. i j. ..mmui iwn rt rl ... ? Mr. Helen Poynter I1 V i - jo 4 I Mrs. George Johnston . -4 I V ' . 4V ri'rs"iit were Mesdames William llrcler, 0. E. Bingham, William Hat-e'er, J. N. Jones, Mortimer Lew-lf. W. 0. Myers, B. R. Niion, W. O. PsrVe'lt, M, C. Wiggins, Nina A. Thomas, and the Misses Bess Lan-hiim. Nancy Lewis. Mary Shlpman ud Ellabeth Nixon. Mrs. Quincy M; crs was a guest, , Kevlval Continues Revival meetings are still in progress at the Methodist church, with Rrv.-.K. T. Miles In charge. Prayer meetings are being held In the afternoons this week at the different brines. On Monday afternoon a service was held from t nntll 1 at tha home of Mrs. Margaret Conley. Although Mrs. Georye Johnston, left, has given birth to 15 children In the past 16 years, the last visit of the stork came when the flood was at Its height at Norwood. O.. making It necessary for Nurse Helen Poynter. right, to turn a room In the city hall, above, into a maternity ward to welcome the new arrival. Fltwruld Re-elected . Vt the annual meeting of the Creeriiastle Production Credit -Aa The Egyptian Kcarab The Scarab is made of many sorts of stones. In many varieties of stone the Egyptians copied the scar-abaeus or sacred beetle. The ancient Egyptians took the scarab beetle for their symbol of creation. They associated the symbol with their god Khepera, who rolled the sun across the sky as the beetle rolled its egg. The Egyptians believed that by wearing the scarab they absorbed the strength c ' ' wvitftion. held in the court house at tlifjciK'astle tecently, Thomas Fits prilld of near Dana was re-elected s k' 1 ' ' .ivy rv y Marine Corps The United States Marine Corps is under a major general commandant, who receiver orders from the secretary of the navy. The corps headquarters are in the Navy building at Washington. D. C. Recruit depots of the corps are located at Parris island, S. C, and San Diego, Calif. Recruits from the eastern part of the country receive their training at the former station and those from west of the Rocky mountains at the latter. The Parris island post is off the Atlantic coast, near Beaufort. S. C. It includes the Receiving station. Naval hospital, Naval Radio station, Marine Corps Training station. Marine Corps Aviation station and a naval prison. as a member of the hoard of directors for a three year period. John W. Earnshaw, secretary-treasurer of the association, present' .... -i i ,- eil a financial statement of the association and gave other Interesting Ma concerning the progress nade K this credit liutUntlan. The meeting was attended by the local representative for Vermillion Greatest Woman Rifle Shot ' Annie Oakley was the greatest woman rifle shot the world has produced. She was born in 1866 and died in 1926. She traveled with Buffalo Bill's Wild West show in the 1890"g. Sifting Bull gave her the name Little Sure Shot. In 1900 she was famous for her skill in hitting glers balls thrown into the air by the scores. Once she fired 1.000 shots in a contest and broke 943 balls. county, John W. Carlthera, and by the 'following men: Thomais Fltz- Humttilnrblrtis Light Hummingbirds weigh from 34 to SVi grams. It would take eight to eleven hummingbirds to weigh one ounce. Elaine in NcW Rofe J geralcl, Albion Terry. Alltert Sturm. Growth of Iciclet Icicle's grow fn-ster cm a clear dav. at 7?ro weather, than they can oVhasy days, even though the temperature goes down to 30 below. Ed Randolph, tle'irge Heard. William N. Chisler and Hoy V. Tliouip- son. I,-;.,, ' ' " - 1 4S j r r r'ff sii, y U$f j CanaimeeH Food Sale Beginning SATURDAY, Feb. 6, ending FRIDAY, Feb. 12. Don't miss our gigantic SA VE-YOU-MONEY-EVENT. Here's the Canned Food Sale you've waited for! We are offering carloads of the very best of Quality Canned Foods . at . Substantial Saving to you. Take advantage of this Sale to replenish your pantry and don't wait Stock Up Now Prices are Still Rising. Watch for Our Large Advertisement in this paper or ask for sales bills at our two stores. REMEMBER THE DATE COOPERATIVE STORES 959 N. 9th St. and Corner of Main and Vine St. CLINTON, INDIANA. ;; fl cigarette gives smokers uhat lhc want .. .when it gives millions of smokers the good tilings they enjoy mildness, pleasing tasle and V',T .:N' ';v : -.-ffi, Yimjfrn aroma -that's PERFORMANCE .. 4 Elaine Barrle Onmauta' from her brief role as wuta at Jotn BarYymer. Elaine Bam appear on the stage tn thw costume as the leading lady of th historical drama. "Hannibal" wruoa opened Is Ban Itsnetaf. reo. V t v!

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