The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on February 3, 1937 · Page 9
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February 3, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 9

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Wednesday, February 3, 1937 The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page Ten comptroller general of tho United States: "Anglo-Suxon liberty has Seven Convicts Escape as River Floods Prison CAYUGA TEACHER VOWS ANNOUNCED new director of the Boys Clubs of America, plans to attack crime at the source: "Our National membership of more than a quarter of u million of boys, we hope. Is to he treed from environment Influence tending toward criminality." o HOLLYWOOD Richard Crooks, been built from the beginning upon the theory tluit unless representatives of the people control the purse-strings, liberty will not survive." o LOS ANGELES M'ljor Roger H. Hull, managing director of the National Association of Life Under noted tenor, makes a confession: writers, forecasts Increased Insur Opera lo me is a bore." ance business for private companies or 'Inadequate" social security payments: "We nil remember the si real Increase of private life Insurance due to the Interest created by war NEW Y( RK Captain Earl I' .lessup, of the Merchunl Marine academy, tells a graduating class: "Officers or the American Merchant Marine are liner than those of any country in the world," rNk Insurance." o NEW i YOIt.1 Kim ford Bates. I " I f -1' Prison evacuated over this bridge wnioj k ""' I if jf ' I 'Al k - ""JSSf" : 'jMP!5S' 1 I Governor Chandler Inspectscell A 31 rv Grace Morris Married in 193S; to Quit Post, Go to East Chicago After Term CAYUGA, Feb. 3 Announcement has been made of the marriiiRa of Miss Grace P. Morris, asslntnnt principal, commercial and physical ed-n allot) teacher of the local Hchool, 1o Morris Kerchoff of KaMt Chlcano. The weddiuR took place AiiRiist 12, 1!I35, at Oreenvllle, O. Mrs. Jerchoff has been on the present teaching staff since the fall of 1930. Her home Is In Carlyle, but during the winter months she has had rooms at the William Hawkins home. She had always lived with an aunt. Mrs. Grace Wll-bank, with an oiifit, Mr. Grace Wllbank. Mrs. Kerchoff plans to finish this school term of teaching; then she will join her husband. He Is employed in the Shell refinery at East Chicago. Miivine Onli-y Injured Miss Maxine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Onley, received a severely fractured leg Sunday afternoon when she was hit by a car driven by a young man from New IF YOU WANT TO LIVE LONCER Don't Trust the Other Guy .... In these days of modern traffic don't depend on the other fellow . . . that's certain suicide. Be sure to have a regular safety check-up of your brakes. Make your car safe for any member of your family to drive. Our brake repairing is done by experts using the best materials obtainable. , . . gained access to the emergency bridge built to the outer wall, left Gov. A. B. Chandler of Kentucky, right, made an inspection tour Authorities of Kentucky sought seven convicts believed to have escaped In the confusion which followed evacuation of the state penitentiary at Frankfort after the Ohio river had flooded the prison to a depth of 10 feet. Panic-stricken at the prospect of being drowned in their cells, prisoners rioted and fled in terror when they of the prison after the flood had receded. Although first reponU were to the effect that a dozen had died in the mad flight of convicts, rio bodies have been recovered as yet ROCK Br akesets port. Dr. 8. C. Darroch was called GREY Balanced Robert Allee of Indianapolis wan Traveling Around America' Short Interviews Welker's Auto Service tertalned tho former's mother from Humerick Thursday. Joe Leath has the smallpox at the home of bin sister, Ms. Deliah Harwell. The chiMrrn of Albert Holycosr have the sij-ilet fever. Miss Lovella Harper is again employed at the Bon Ton Cafe near Dana. WASHINGTON Congressman Phone 6 409 South Main Wadsworth, of New York, opposes a proposal to abolish the oftice of ' - - - f t "'-" win M-,." . , ,,- Buy Your Washer Today at a weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allee. George Rhodenbangh, Tommy Blanton and Louis Crisp, who have employment in Indianapolis, visited their parents here over the week end. Paul Ik'nnrtt Ix-nveti Paul Bennett, local railway mail clerk left Sunday for Cincinnati where he will begin work in the terminal there. Max Harvey visited his wife and daughter Sunday. He left that night to begin work In St. Louis. Malcolm Porter returned to Bloomington Sunday where he will enter the second term in the university there. Mrs. Herman Harper was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Roark. P.-T. A. Merflnfc The January meeting of the P.-T. A. was held Wednesday night at the school house. The following program wsb given: song, Muriel and June Walters; music, Toy Band, made up of first and second grade students; talk, Colonel Sawyer of Newport. Also the Dramatic club gave two playlets, "It Happens In the Best of Families" and "Mrs Relief Is Sent Gene Le flair, Wilmonte DeV"r-ter and Dick Jones went tol.ouis-vllle Friday lo deliver a truck load of donations for flood victims. Mr. and Mrs. James Priest are the parents of a daughter horn Friday at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wigley are the parents of a eon born Fri day at their home. : Mtb. Myrtle Young of' Ridgefaim was a weekend guest at the Harrison hotel with her mother. Rev. Frank Browning and friends of Olivet, Mrs. Lenore Shelto of Danville and Mr, and Mrs. John Harper were Sunday dinner guests igfl Doughty s i W J- yAIw. -I s 1r Jt i mi mm tllJiZSSJ I I ifHiiS MODEL 30 ftarlm liiorGrM L4 Phot 4, of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hartman. SEVEN MEN AND ONE FISH Come in and See the NEW MAYTAG Model 30 The Cayuga Legion Independent basketball team played the Lincoln A. C. team of Terre Haute Monday night. Ing 683 pounds, and the above fish holds fourth place. Thess tour catches surpassed the former world's record and all wers taken off Toco-pilla, Chile. This Chilean paradise for the deep-sea fisherman is visited weekly by cruises from New York and California and is attracting sportsmen trim all over the world. A by no means Inconsequential contribution to tha popularity of the fishing field is offered by the favorabla rates of exchangeat current levels the dollar will go surprisingly far, and travel and living costs ars amazingly low. IT TOOK seven men to haul this broadbill swordfish Into the boat! This rod and reel catch Is one of those made recently by Harlan Ma jor, well-known sportsman, In Chilean waters. It weighed 674M poundB and was twelve and a half feet long. Although sportsmen have but late-ty discovered swordfish off the coast of Chile they have broken all former weight records. George W. Garey has just taken a new world's record broadbill swordfish weighing 842 pounds. W. E. S. Tuker ranks second with one of SZTA. Mr. Garey has likewise taken the third largest weigh SQUARE TUB CAST ALUMINUM WASHEE Buenos Aires, Large City The largest city south of the equator, Buenos Aires has a population of more than two million, or one-fourth of all the people of Argentina. It is often called a woman's paradise, due to the fact that the males there outnumber the females by 5 to 1. It is 100 miles up the Rio de Ui Plata, which at that point is 30 miles wide. The cathedral is a noteworthy structure, and so is the Teatro Colon, one of the finest theaters in the world. $ 1J5 Per Week Per Week READ THE CLINTONIAN CLASSIFIADS Any Maytag May Be Had With Gasoline Multi-motor for Homes Without Electricity. Mrs, Murphy Isn't at Home." Mrs. Clarence Alexander of Champaign spent Thursday and Friday with her husband. Mrs, John Harper viBited a few days last week with relatives In Danville. Her daughter, Mrs. La-nore Shelto, returned home with her for an Indefinite visit. A. A. Layman has returned from Almo, where he was called by the sudden death of his father. Mr. Layman was accompanied by his wife and two children. Two Games Played The annual business men and faculty basketball game- was played Thursday night with the business men winning. A curtain-raiser was played between the Cayuga junior high team and the Perrysville junior high team with the latter winning. The proceeds went to the senior class. Mrs. War Harvey and Infant daughter, Joyce Anne, were brought home from the St. Elizabeth hospital at Danville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Alexander and son entertained at dinner Thursday evening, Morris Kerchoff of Chicago, Grace Morris, Mrs. Clarence Alexander of Champaign and Jerry' Lee Winters of Newport. Rev. Frank Browning of Olivet N O W Is the Time To Buy Your Used Car THIS ISA Good Place To Make Your Purchase SAVE $'s SAVE $s SAVE $'s We guarantee to save you enough on the purchase of your Maytag to buy $8.50 twin tubs, gross of Rinso, gross of clothes pins, two clothes fine, ironing board, or the best electric iron available today. Why pay extra for "specials" that you cannot use 7 Buy your Maytag at the right price and then pick out "extras" that you can use to advantage! While new models are still new models, we get more trade-ins and you have a better lot to select from. Buying a 1933-34 or '35 Used Car will brine you nearer to owning a current model. The trade-ins are as cheap or cheaper than next spring and naturally have lower mileage than later. NOW NOW NOW 1 2. 3. Full Size Family Washer 03950 Modei M Terms 75c Week This Is a Good Place To Buy ITlflMl! CO Our Used Cars are stored in a clean, warm garage. No soaked UtvilU iopi frozen batteries, leaky radiators. preached at the U. B. church Sunday morning. Mr. Browning was accompanied by three young Bingers. Sunday, February 5. the pulpit will be filled by Mrs. Smith from Olivet. She will bring her children, who will sing. Several friends and relatives gath- at the borne of Mr. and Mrs '1 PHILCO ELECTRIC AND BATTERY Iter Hancock Friday niKht to elp "Grandma" Whlllock celebrate Our stock is complete and well-selected. They have been serviced in our garage. We know our cars. Our Used Car Policy is more liberal than is most dealers. We seO more Used Cars than any dealer in Vermillion County. There is a reason! 2. Because 3. Because 4 Because 7A her birthday. All-Ita)' Moling THE NEW NORGE AUTOBU1LT WASHEi It pays far nsctt in as rings. Placed ia your boms far as liolc siiiii An all day meeting was held Sunday at the Free Methodist church. The message In the afternoon was given by Rev. Bud Davi. of Montezuma. Mr, and Mrs. Marshall Pounds en- $5.00 Down 5Yt0nwm We can offer terms and prices that are fair. No down payment UeCailSe pan if desired. 6T... CO We are making most attractive terms and prices now to keep new JVlllC and used cars moving together. COME IN AND SEE THE GENERAL ELECTRIC AND NORGE REFRIGERATORS Models Priced As Low $49.50 1937 OLDSMOBILE A. 3. HD(S)UIHIirY WANTED Hides Iron Rags Metal and Paper Highest Price Paid A. Dumes Water Street "The Beauty Leader of the Year" SOARD MOTOR SALES "QUALITY FIRST, PRICES ALWAYS LOWEST" FURNITURE FLOOR COVERINGS STOVES 234-38 ELM STREET CLINTON, IND. PHONE 361 137 East Elm Street Clinton, Indiana " 'jH

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