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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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Thursday,, February; 5, 1937 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page Two "Push Ratification of Child Labor SUMMIT GROVE GLASS MEETING Markets CHICAGO, Feb. t Livestock: HOGS-27,on: 10-15 cents low-el" holdovers, 2.00X; lop. $10.30; hulk. $0.00 0" $10. 25; heavy, $10 10 (li) JI0.25; medium weight. $111 15 tin $1(1. IIO: light. $10.00 n S1 0 25; light lights $!.:15 $10.15: packing sows. 17.75 i $.80; pii, Si..fiO f"1 $0.75. CATTLE k.ooil; steady. Calves. 1,000: steady. Heel' steers good ami choice. $1L00 0 $11.50; common and medium. $7.00 fd) $10.50; vearlings, $7.00 P $11.40. Butcher cattle heifers. $5 00 $12.00 i' $5,110; cows. $'l.5 fi $7.50: bulls, fl.r.o iff $7.00; calves $7.00 (fi $11.00; feeder steers. $6.00 i $S.75; docker steers. $5.00 ff $7 75: sleeker cows and heifers. NEWS RECEIVED FROM KLONDYKE Yeung Men From Indianapolis, Indiana Student Home For Weekend KLONDYKE, Feb. 4 Dom Mat-tioda arlB Jatnes Massa, Jr. of Indianapolis sptmt the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mm. Jnmes Massa and Mr. and Mrs. John Mat-tioda. Mrs. John Seeondlno and daughter, Rase Mary, and sons, Pete Louis and John Franklin, ot Universal spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Osella. Mr. and Mrs, 1ouls Enrico and taugHUr, Mary of Clinton and tcs-slo Buffo Of Danville, Til., spent Bunder afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. John Matlloda and family. Mr. and Mrs. Baptista Ruffatola and daughter, Elinor, and Mrs. Mad-dalena Nora spent Saturday In Torre Haute. joe Glacolcttl, who la attending Indiana University at Bloomlngton, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. aria Mrs. Rock Giacolettl, John and Ernest Ruftattola and i'ilb and Fred Nora Bpent Friday rlBlit In Paris, 111. Sirs. Maddalena Nora and son, Jim, Mrs. Pete Nora and Mrs. Baptista Jliitfatlola spent Monday In New Obsiieji with friends. The Misses Christina Airola and fclllihr Ruftaltola spent Sunday with Jt'ii Mollle Rozina and her sister, tils. jlary Spandal. 1111 hi niwpu ..,J if 1 1 i i m. -r--yK 'tfik r.- rZ ' r? : 'in1 - ; 1 V Jr f h P - 1 S - ?,..., ft JJ iJi I " , "t -- ft - " ' imuZ 1 ' i ?r-.C- I 1 1 ; I Eioiw.waw ST"' I ' "I EDUCATION L,n.i., .. ,.,. .,.-..r,ir If I David F. Sibleyl' 1 1 .mi 11 - 1H--1I-1---I - fcamtwiateaai1 h tion by many industrialists and such organizations Bnoeuraeed by the -recent appeal of President Jiimnie Fox !s Host for Session Held Recently; Group Hears Leader KI-.MMIT (iHOVK, Fi'll. t -Thi-Kinii'-s lleralil clntw uml Salui'diiy :i Tl nrnoKii Willi .1 i 111111 i- Fnx "f Hell's 1'rnirie. Tile meeting elled by singing the hong entitled. ",leus i:iits I's Shine." The worship ncrv-f.illnwed. Tile leader. Mrs. Vic-i.ir Randolph, rend a story "('aini-ilres In Coiign." Rerreslinienls were served. MiRS Kdna Marie Andrews or Hell's Prairie spent Thursday lilglil v illi MIsh Man:nrel lleslietl. Mm. Albert (lilninre visited her uml her. Mrs. M. Soul liil I'd of liills-il ile Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller and Mrs. diaries Tuggle visited Mr. and Mrs. reorgc Tuggln of Ridgefnrni, III.. Sunday. MisH Tlielina .lames of clinlon was n Sunday dinner guest at Millers. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond (losnell of ruirview were snpiier guests or Mr. and Mrs. Mort Miller. were iiiinday guests of Mr. and and Mis. Archie Cox, Mrs. Margaret lllltton of Torre Haute was tiie Sunday guest of Mrs. .loi'oh llryant. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil MeWetliy anil Mrs. Knilna Crane were Sunday gtiesls of Mr. and Mrs. O. 1. Crane. Mrs. Hertha Ditto of west or Fair-view spent Wednesday witli her grandmother. Mrs. Mary Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Silkwood of Hrazil were Sunday guests of Mrs. Gertie Siikwood. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Neidlinger and son and Mrs. George Neidlinger and family of Clinton were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ada Neidlinger una son, Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wallers ol -iary were weekend guests of Mr. ind Mrs. Virgil Blacketer. Mr. and Mrs. Corbet Kemp spent Sunday in Mecca with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stokes and daughter spent Sunday w ith Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newlaud of near Dana. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pennington and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Ralston of Clinlon, Miss Leona Kauld of Clinton was tile weekend guest of Mrs. Gertie Silkwood and family. Allen Walters of Chicago and liene Johnson of Geneva were Sun day -guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Weaver. EXTRA! Ohio Valley Flood Pictures as the Sentinels of the Republic, of which David J. Sibley is secretary, has accounted in part for the delay Its ratification has also been impeded by lack of public interest in the measure which only now is receiving the attention that such a' social reform merits. Roosevelt for early ratification of the child labor movement, sponsors of the movement hope that the approval oX the 11 states yet necessary before ft becomes law will be obtained this year. Although it was passed by congress in 1924, only 25 states have ratified it sine that time. Opposi Amendment was the Wednesday guest of Mrs Mary New-kirk,. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jones and family 'or Slicpardsvillo were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil IllacHt.'.r. Mr. and Mrs. Ijiwrelice Johnson and family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Vestal moved from Fulton street to Gilbert and Sixth street in Fairview. Mrs. Sain Kerr spent Wednesday with her sister. Mrs. Everett Rates, and niece, Mrs. Iloscoc Sweazey. Mrs. (;ertie., silkwood spent Monday with her daughter. Mrs. Russel Neidliuwer. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Karl Whitworth. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whitworth and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kerr and son were Sunday evening guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Clarence fUewurt. - - Mrs. Jf-ssie Nevins spent Tuesday with Mrs. Jacob Bryant. Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Stewart and sun spent the weekend in Terre Haute with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Pickering and son of llanville. 111., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith. ; Mr. and Mrs. Archie Cox spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson of Rosedale. Mr. and .Mrs. Wayne Hale and daughter, Donua .lean, of Paris. ULi PAPITOj. 1 rliulon'M Most I r.i-llillilul Theater (a MOVIES THK MAN I MARRY" AT fkE WABASH . " Doris " Nolan,-"after achieving Broadway fame for her acting in "The Night of January 16th," Is whining more attention from her fcrpri audiences after seeing her in tins romantic comedy called "The Man I Marry." Michael Whalen is tho lending man a playwright who thinks all women should be let alone iid kept at a distance. When Miss Nolan is forced to stay all night at hln home during a severe rainstorm, hir anger at "female interference" knows nc bounds. Of course he falls In love with the charming intruder and li la current play is a great success, but only after many amusing bailies ensue. Skeets Gallagher, Marjorle Galeson, "Chic" Sale, Cliff ; ICdwarda and Nigel Bruce assist no-' uly. Oswald as an "Unpopular Mechanic," Bolter Housing . News Flashes and Paramount News are added. A Three Days' Cough , Is Your Danger Signa) No ftwitter how many mediclneB yoit liavo tried for your cough, chest cold or bronclilnl Irritation, you can get rn lief now with Creomulsion. Sqrlous trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance with anything less than . Creomulsion,. which goes right to the seat of the trouble to aid nature to ioothe and heal tho inllamed membranes as the germ-laden pltl.'f,m is loosened and expelled, -i Fvon If tilher remedies have failed, don't bo discouraged, your druggist lit authorized to guarantee Creomulsion and to refund your money if you are not satlolerl with results from the very first bottle-Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.) HiPPY RELIEF FROM PAINFUL BACKACHE Caused by Tired Kidneys Mnnv of those rcnuwing, nsRsinic, psinftil bnrkm-hps people blame on colas or strums nre nften cruimmJ by tirpl kirinry xx may be relievM w'hi ttpatwl iri (be right w"T- . 'I hp kidtieya nre Nl tire's chief way of Ukinf iciilfl and porsonoui waete- out of lb bloofl. Most people pus about 3 pint day or , atmut 3 pounds of wafte. If lhe 15 mile of kidney tuba and Bit era don't wnrk well, poisonous waste matter ataya in the Mood. Theee poiaow may start nsBfing haokarhes, rheumstie pains, lumbago, lona ef pop and energv, Rptting up niKtitfl, Bwellinn. pulIineesuDder theeyea, bedebeeamd diRMneM. Don't waitl Auk your druggist lor Uoan n Pilh, used fliiecem-fully by millions for over 4f years. They give happy relief and wiU help tht 15 milrs of kidney tunes flush out poisonous waste from tbe blood. Get Doaa's Pill. ., Shop Now! MONEY SAVING VALUES! Buy Today! . MEN'S SPORT, BACK SUITS 14J 75 New Spring Stock -NOT OLD STYLES MEN'S CANVAS j E ULOVKS, 3 Pr. for, . . Z9 New Spring Styles In MEN'S HATS Yes! They Are Fine Fur Felt MUX'S TAKTWOOli StM'KS 10c Odd Sizes MEN'S WOOL JACKETS mt ' 1 Slightly Soiled SHIIiTS '57V Special Lot MEN'S TOPCOATS Newer Styles IM)VS WJNTJCR QQ I .VL)I-:llW KAR The Finest CAP VALUE We Have Ever Offered At 90 New CleHll Stock MK.N'S I'lUSKIN (iMIVKS 51 .41 MEN'S Handmade TIES 9C Ea. New H(irtng Pattern! MKN'S WORK SHIItS SI PEHHEY'S .1. C. P13NNF.V CXI. $1.00 (ff $f).50. CHICAGO. Feb. 4 Wheat futures continued In push forward at tho opening hero today on good buying induced by further strength in world markets. Opening prices wero to cents up with the May and September deliveries leading tho upturn. Corn was lo 1 cent up and Oats V, lo cent higher. WHEAT May, 12-'; July, 115-1 1 5 V4 : Sept., 111-H. 11RM New. Mav. 788 '-V.; July 102 Sept., 96; old, May, 106. OATS May. 5Tt-: Sept., 4 2li-. We Pay 5c Pound for Large Clean Cotton Rags. Daily Clintonian ADVICE TO WOMEN a a dc CnnH Tnhnoi-m MRS. Emma Johnson of ri Flm St.. Toledo. Ohio, said: "AP the time 1 was rearing my family I took Dr. Pirrce's Favorite Prescription as a tonic. I bad been weak and miserable for some time, but 1 soon began to Pick uy Jin" what this tontc was doing for roe. It gave me an appetite, I was sleeping better, tett refreshed and had more ambition. Buy now! New size, tablets 50 cts., liquid $1 4 $1.35. WANTED Hides Iron Rags Metal and Paper Highest Prices Paid A. Dumes Water Street Tortile and Friday 10 -25c ONLY LOVE! if, Extra Cartoon Newt Act j PALACE Terre Haute for a while. Mrs. Hannah Malone has returned liome after spending the past two weeks with her son, Krnest Malone, of Clinton. Mrs. JUalone has been ill with flu, but she is improving. R. S. Buhaiinon is a little improved. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Whitworth of Lewis, spent Sunday with his mother. Mrs. Mary Whitworth. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Munson and (laughters spent Saturday afternoon in Rockville with friends. Shower (iiven A miscellaneous shower was held in the town hall Saturday evening. January 30. for Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whitworth. who were recently married. They received many nice gifts. The evening was spent in playing bunco and cards, and refreshments were served. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Karl Whitworth of Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Fatiak. Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Faitak of Universal. Mrs. A. Roth and granddaughter of Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Niedlinger and K,,n wisnes noris Snowberrv and I.eona Faulds of Clinton. Mrs. Mary Whitworth and son Fred. Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Whitworth, Mrs. John Kills. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pelak ami family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kerr and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kerr and son. Mrs, Ada Neidlinger anil son. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ammer-111111. .Mr. and Mrs. Cay Thomas, diaries Weir, Conrad Kite, Leonard Ciltnorc. Mrs. Celtic Silkwood and family. William Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Munson and family and Phyllis IHai keter. Mr. and Mm. I'lilford Tlrmvn spent Saturday ill Telle Halt I f. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hlaclieter Hi'-n I Tuesday witli llieir sou. Vircil. and lamily. Mr. ami Mrs. Carl Wliitworth and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kerr and daughter Kduu were Tuesday kucsIs 01 Mr. and Mm. Charles Kerr. (;e,ella Tlieiz is 0:1 the sick list. Xaiicy Ann- dniiphter r Mr. and Mrs. Jamis Hall, has Ijeen ill. Mrs. Ktta Clark is contiiK'd to liur home with flu.. Mrs. Hurl Harrli-stv is also run-liui-d lo lier home witli flu. Mrs. M. H. Neal and family sn-nl Saturday with Mrs. Mary Newkirk. Mrs. Walter Leon of Syndicate lOcWED.-THU. 25c PARAMOUNT NEWS OSWALD in "Unpopular Mechanic" Better Housing News Flashes THE BEST SELLING BOOK of All Time Charles M. Sheldon's Immortal Novel which Sold 20,000,000 Copies ! 1 THEY SOUGHT THE RIGHT TO equalled the amazing total of S.000.-000 copies sold as set by Charles M. Sheldon's story called "In Ilia Steps," Now this emotional drama of young love, interspersed with some laughter, reaehes a film audi-dience. Eric Linden and Cecilia 'arker are the children of antag onistic families who elope and are married and filially sheltered In the home of Minister Roger Imhol and his wife, Clara Blandick. The young couple learn a lesson about work while they're here. When the minister and the hoy are being pro secuted for kidnaping, the epic reaches its climax in a most unusu al court trial. A Traveltalk. cartoon and news- reel are added attractions. FAIRVIEW CLUB HOLDSMEETING Large Attendance for Community Gather.ng; $8 Donated to Red Cross Funds FAIRVIEW. Feb. A Fairview Community club meeting was held Friday night with a good attend ance. Bunco was played at nine ta bles and prizes awarded to Ralph Whitworth, Mrs. Reece and Mrs. Neil Dunn. Members of I ho chili donated $S to the Red Cross fur flood funds. Mr. and Mrs. Waudus MrKee and daughter, Florence Mae. of Chris- man, ill., were Sunday guests of Mrs. Malinda MrKee. Roy Miller of St. Berniee is spend ing a few days willi his sister. Mrs. Sam Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith of CroiiLpton spent Sunday as gtiesls of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. MeKinley Junes anil daughter. Thelma. of Jessuii were Sunday guesis of her mother, Mrs. Malinda McKee. Mr. and Mrs. David Watigh an nounce the marriage of their daughter, Dorothy to Kd Williamson of West Terre Haute. They were married at Paris. 111.. Saturday. January 30, by Nick Wetzel, polire magistrate. The attendants were Miss Frieda Hinkle of Celieva and Lester Cox of West Terre Halite. The newlyweds will live witli the groom's parents, in West Terre "'- OsK V T.. A The New YOUTH before lhe bar of justice . . . charged, j, with the crime of love . . . guilty of living a j life of service and devotion ... THEY turned' the tables on their bewildered t elders and made them realiie the existence ( of a higher law which governs all mankind. f FINAL TONIGHT ! M GREAT STARS MERGES I ( FMflE AND TALENT . . . I - I for the most thrilling I , story tiey have ever, . enacted! I O 1 '. ' ' .1 'MY AMERICAN WIFE Avf THE COLUMBIA When Ann Sothern, an Arizona heiress, goes to Europe and brings home a European count for a taus; band, you can expect the worst from Ciandpa Fred Stone. In spite of all ll'ii! Billle Burke. Ernest Coasart ami Crant Mitchell say to the con-l'v-iy, Grandpa thinks Francis must be a sissy, so he puts him to a se-v'cs ot acid ranch tests that will put an audience in an uproar. It's quite amusing. , The comedy goes romantic, offor-I113 "Sweethearts and Flowers." '.UTIS.ED AT THE CAPITOL This English production stars our 1?" 11 beautiful Dolores Del Rio and I'nu'slas Fairbanks, Jr. with Basil f-'r-dncy in the role of attorney and i '!icr characters enacted by English v 1 'formers of no mean ability. Do-, t's and DouglaB are a successful I'anre team that is rising to the ! -ignis professionally. The climax ir' their act features a linlfe-throw-i" finale with Dolores hurling the Hnile. When a woman Is ifound knifed. Miss Del Rio is the "Accused'' person, since jealousy is a reasonable motive. After numerous lancing numbers staged with a cho-rii'j. the story goes to the court-1 nni. Where Fairbanks strives to prove Ihe Innocence of his lovely partner. The eliding is a Burprise. 'IX HI8 STEPS' AT THE PALACF No novel ever written lias COLUMBIA THURSDAY ONLY "My American Wife" With FRANCIS LEDERER and ANN SOTHERN Comedy "Sweethearts and Flowers' Vt vH Universal presenti , . -fr -fr The star-discovery of the age 1 SBanrB DORIS NOLAN to THE MAN 1 MARRYwdh MICHAEL WHALEN V DESMOND SYDNEY j I 2t llil"-'Voi"lUM U y siicTrnVtsH 1 ADULTS 15c Children 10c A GRAND NATIONAL PICTURE 10c and ISc

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