The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on February 3, 1937 · Page 7
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 7

Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, February 3, 1937
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Seven Wedneday, February 3, 1937 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page 111 "' "" 1 1 " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " .111 " ' 11 A I PERSONAL NEWS FROMFAIRYIEW Shirley Lou Weber Recovering From Peumonia; Ruth Ann Payton 111 FAIRV1EW, Feb. !-Hnlli Ann. daiiKlncr of Mr, mid Mm William Pnytnn, lias been confined tn bcr home with flu. Shirley 1,011. dnucliler of Mr. and Mrs. Frnest Weber who linn been ci.nllnfil in lier borne with pneumonia. In somewhat Improved. Drnman N'ewkirk and Robert Mp-Cnnnell of Powder Mill were week end clients of Mrs. Ida Eller. Rirhard Amour and Mis. Mary liecords of Terre Haute were Sun -'-iX SALE IS OH Lots Are All Small ( Vvt 'VVT --'VJO " JL. I . v 1 hurry i hurry! V. ,JtfjW fh Commences in,, fVhe dot.,. 7.-..- pihiiUU'J-Ti In I n U n o I J M 1 1 iniT Buyers during our I -V&li ' $ g f J J V 1 t) I U I sat. All over he store . 1 A'T . f M SV h you will find unusual re- t J Tvi AJ 3w I VTT TnT ' k 4 Ends Prices That Mean sA ft Ai - a a T IS H ft A U A Rral Savin!! j(H Jflj S Al URDAY KNICKERS & L0NG1ES VlVj) vai-irj l 0k For 9 Days u w You'll Have An Opportunity to Pick Up Some Real Bargains! I I KJ J it Ik JEL V- U. A A & I i Special SaJecf Lingerie .' : lots of Slips- Gowns - Pajai.ias - Che-; , vii.-e - Robes x-nd Dance Quality Garments Al Lowest Prices! Mere is the sale that will save yoa many dollars on your new suit or topcoat. From our cabinet; we have selected four racks of quality garments. Forme rly Priced $22.50-$45.00 SALE PRICE $1 7.95 $22-5 $295 MM fB0Y'S If These lots are too short to mention prices but we have reduced them so they'll be sold. Knicker Suits sizes 4 to 1 3. Long Pants Suits sizes 8 to 20. day afternoon quests of Mrs. Wil-lielmlne Cosnell. Those iittendinK the Epworth Leasue of Fairview M. K. cliurch wire Mrs. Jessie CoKnell, Betty Simp'ion. Louise f'lark, Raymond Crois, Raymond Sliepherd. James and Charles nines. Rohert Shew and Rev. and Mrs. Harold Hutch-kiss. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dill moved from Numa In Flint street in Fair-view Park. Mrs, Rex Myers and dauthtern of St. Berniee spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Clark. Mr. Wilhelmlne (iosnell spent Saturday in Terre Haute. Miss haverne McDonald or South Bend was the weekend Riiest or Miss Wllna Eller. Mr. and MrR. Harry Smith anil win, Curtis, of Terre Haute, were Sunday (niests or Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith Sr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Ammerman of Hi Icy were Sunday miests of Mr. and Mrs. (ilenn Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Inman and daughter and Rev. Wiedman of Si. Herniee, were Snndny guests of Mrs Reheeea WnKiier and diniKlite.r, Jo-fcie. Miss Acnes Price or Clinton was the Sunday Ritests of her sister, Mrs. Walter Eaton. Mrs. Herschell Robertson and sons of Terre Haute were weekend irueHts of her parents. Mr. and Mrs Leonard Prulhiere. and other relatives. Fred Reynolds of the C. C. C. ramp of Waveland was the weekend Kiiest of his parents. Mr. and Mis Alex Reynolds. Russell Helt of C. C. C. ennip or Shakamak spent the weekend with his mother. Mrs. Mary , Helt. Delhert Hall of C. C. camp of AVaveland spent the weekend with his mother. Mrs. William Hull and family. HILLSDALE P .T. A. PLAJ1S MEETING r Wabash Valley Band Scheduled to Wav at Seuion to Be Held Tuesday HIL-LSDALE, Feb. '2 The Wabash Valley band will lie the feature of the evening when the Parent-Teacher Association convenes for its meeting, on Tuesday night. February . Mr. and Mrs. Rtrauder Short went to Indianapolis Sunday to see their son, who underwent an operation lor appendicitis at the Riley hospital. Mr. and Mrs. l.eo Hanks accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil White of Terre Haute spent the weekend with Abe Wright and wire. Mr. and Mrs. Bpencer Rice of near Dana visited in Hillsdale Sunday. Mrs. Clyde Russell and daughter of Kingman visited relatives her,-Sunday. Mary and Claris Harper of ayu-ga spent the weekend with their sisters. Mrs. Fred Bonehruke. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Peer moved to Terre Haute Monday. Fred Hone brake is moving In their property. Mrs. Anna Richard moved in the Clinton Brown property Monday. V. 0. Self and wife and son. Cor rion. of Brazil visited relatives here Sunday afternoon. C, T. Self and wife of Terre Haute visited relatives here Sunday. lnzle Fortner and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. York visited relatives in Danville. 111.. Sunday. Mrs. Alice Lake, who is staying in Newport, spent the weekend In Hillsdale. Ray McCoy Is quarantined with small pox. Miss Mattine Wimmer of Terre Haute spent the weekend with relatives here. -Noble Mayes and family of Per-rysville were Sunday dinner guests or Eschol Bennett and wife. WaiMngtaa brine, Publisher The Salmagundi was the name of a periodical started by Washington Irving, his brother, and James K. Paulding in 1807. The object of the paper was to correct the town. The publishers became tired of their venture before the subscribers did and only 21 numbers wre issued. $.95 o $ tA 95 it asiicoats. ES .' izes 14 to 20 0 S2.95 Values to $7.50 VCL'U CHO.'CE Ladies Fine Koss Sub perfects in K'-al Silks and Ai.-'::-.r (amuu 2'J and 1030. ' , r : Vl'eilit. alkiril? Cliif-I '..ii, .Sheer Chiffon in Regular, i .tta Lont and Outsize. 69c & 79c Values Q .15 , t-m PAIRS FOR ... ( )ne Lot of Tuck- Stitch and Balbn'ggan Pa iamas Pure Silk Crepe and Satin Dance Sets Chemise rr? Panties $1.19 VALUES CLEARANCE 79c GLOVES ladies Fabric $I.O0V.ilues M -tit SALE PRICE 49c -or the family! Vitality Health Shoes i mi i. i. J JB Sui'de. and lilaik k - ry size in each xi lot. All this seas,.: Dres Cl' i i-rs hr.W T' S2.45 fit ow a 1 ii! pvii Kill anil V;v-,c- ..:d fhildtens SLIPPERS Misses. Childieiiw and Infants si taps and oxlords in bla. 1; ;-nd cohos. I ).s.-ont mued slvles ill Mes tit 111 to 2. aiu-s lo VERY SPECIAL AT ft a.. tC GROWING GIRLS fJ2S l.iown !"' insol': 1! .:! lICllllllll ami :l'a s L Only a' limited 1, I ,T or 01 r. t. 1 1 '.I TO I ..; . Corduroy Psjsmsr- and 1'obeG Or Models ..CO V.iViZ t I . 1 i;r-:n SI-, $1.1)5 VAUJES CLEARANCE . 1.29 l Ladies and Misses Woolen Sporl Jackets Values Up to $8.95 FEBRUARY Q C CLEARANCE f.tJO llSharnlv Reduced Prices on W .... 'I'lils It. I 'c:iiMi't ol Black and l.iuwn in Bump strap and tir atvUs. Not but all sizes ii lo 10, AAA lo C ill sales. Wry Special. Special Selection of Women's JUacI; and llrnwii SIim.''' i'ii'.ii iiiui tin -d i :u UliOlU ;;M1 )KilV 1H (lii.- lit! HI brniii'il M'-: iHlil coiilHiiied huihIhm's all si-:- t:mi; :: in !'. .ihii-s to Aliuui 1 'Mi Caii'H ;irtint:'u "ii I inlf-- in I 1 ; K Miit'dn. AUjhIIv luryc it nd final! in spiUf 1m On tt-i" j a I tut Dont Miss These About 600 pairs of style shoes in black, brown, gteen and wine suede. Black, brown, blue and green kid leather. High and medium covered heels. Ail this seasons styles Irom our regular $5.UU and $0.00 lines. EXCELLENT VALUES AT $3.85 1 laV. t5 OXFORDS or -..-x 1.1..- ami .ioi! Ci'il aiiil All Ualh'r koI.-s ami , I.-. allies l" .:..'. lieels tor 1' - v the mi PRICED AT Mens Dress Shirts Some uliniilly solU'd Km o Kniit of HroJit-n IniK of Hiirh Unnn us I ue l.uoiu KclipHi. Arrtnv and SuiiiitkhI Values to $2.50 FEBRUARY CLEARANCE $1.00 Boy's Dress Shirts With Ties to Match Sizes 8 to 14J - $1.00 Value 7Cf February Clearance Boya' Heavy Gray p - SUEDE FABRIC SHIRTS? Jf Kiii's K to A V V - nd B MELTON JACKETS C.lull.v li'Mlllrd MEN'S ViiIiht. to .-..imi l-Kiiiii ai;v ii,i-:kat: BOYS' i i:v o -i.K.-tiiAM'r; )a Boy's Corduroy Overalls Sizes 2 lo 8 Navy and Wine 78c Regular $1.95 Values bAUt The Sle You've Been Waiting For! One Large Table ol r.!en and Boy's Sweaters k j i Hit- rr, r mi in k iw VALUES $1.95 and $2.95 t I 4 ft PI FARANCE l,tS Lot of Better Men's Sweaters $2.95 Final Clean-Up of Men's Dress Gloves k lllinvil Cili-y VALUES UP TO $1.95 FEBRUARY SALE PAIR si. 00 Men's Dress or Work Work mx ill wool' il uilM-u n H U i.',.,-ki,,i(l . Moii'k Itayon V II I i.Uui.-tl lam-iw. Von il! I"' 1 I I A wisp to lay in a supply at W Jar cm )h .Hiln-li.-vaiily low t" 15c and lEc VALUES SALE PRICE PAIR 9c $3.29 eVLJ it. Kl.r... A F Xr $1.00 VALUES CLEARANCE 79c I COVERT PANTS KaiiftHixfd $1.69 VALUE CLEARANCE $1.00 Heavy Duty Work Shirts Itlu' mill iinty 'litiniornvK This lot ;ilso -iiifhideB ;i fjw smaii ami larp of drew sii'rls. 79c & 85c Value SPECIAL 59c HOUSE SLIPPERS These are short lines of our Holiday Slippers. Black and colors, in leather and padded soles. About 100 pans m all FORMERLY PRiCEDTO $1.50

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