The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on February 5, 1937 · Page 2
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February 5, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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i Friday, February 5, 1937 The Daily Clintonlan, Clinton, Indiana Page Two DAVID LLEWELLYN DIES HERE AFTER LENGTHY ILLNESS (Continued from Page 1) COMPANY G'.VEN COURT ORDER TO Mirdi Gns Queen SAVE THIS WEEK DURING OUR GREAT.. ; . .R. EVICT WORKERS (Conlliiucd from Pi kh I) trolt. At llit time. Hi.' uli.'i'lfl' sulci he won id iiIm'.v. Ill.jMlli'tioll lliol-rd Unili'i' .Indi'i' (liulnlu's Injiinrtlon lilt' HII-llnWIII'l'M WIMV 1 1 llUVI! muII llin pliiiits a I :! p. ni. Wi'ilni'silay Tln d.'Mdlini' pussimI wllh Hie strlk- ni di'rlailiiK i ln-y wore ri'itdy to die I' foreo wan ut'd In an effort to 'VlCt llli'tll. Slii'i'll'l' Woli'oll had said his llm- i l oil Tom' would In' nnalilo to cope iit No. M4, Order of Eastern Star. Me is survived by the wife, Mrs. Agnes Llewellyn; two daughters, Mrs. A. A. LePage of Danville, 111., and Mrs. Uoyd Folti of Trre Hautn; two .sons, David of Chicago and Dan of Lyuob, Ky.s three grandsons. David Llewellyn Jr., Clinton. Jackie Fold of Terre Haute anil Howard A, Llewellyn of Lynch and oua granddaughter, Joan Llewellyn of Rorkvllle; two sisters, Mib. J. S. Amour and Mlsa Amelia LHvwellyn of pvanston, 111., and one brother, William, of Clinton. Funeral services are to be held at 2 p. m. Sunday at the Presbyterian church with Rev. H. C. Cbapln officiating. Burial will be at one of the local oemeterles with the Jerusalem Lodge No. 99 In charge of services at the grave. The body will be removed from the Frist Fu-imral Home to the residence today ai 4 p. m. wllh llio problem of aiTi'sling Hie nil-downers. I'mler MIcIiIkuii law Our Famous FARMERS PRIDE Foods Are Better1 lie may call on the National (luard. It was said. About 4.0(H) National (luard Iroopers are slalioned here. coffeeJ CERTIFIED 24 s-a.09 i' ' SUPERIOR LBS. SLOT MACHINES OUT OF COUNTY Only a few slot machines wore 1,11ns Jessie Janvier left In Vermillion comity today as a result of orders iven to Sheriff o si Allen Dennis to remove all gam 2 can 23c can tall cans 5 c 3 cans 27c 2 can 25c ib. 22y2c Green Beans Pumpkin Milk Tomatoes Corn Coffee CHARLES DRAPER " IS RE-ELECTED Charles C Draper was re-elected .J. r fti Rt. Bernlce Bulld- One of the honors most prized by southern belles went to pretty Jes-' Vie Whig Janvier, daughter of Judge George Janvier of Loulsl-. ana court of appeals, when she was chosen queen of the annual Mardl Gras celebration at New Orleans. "Alwavit In the Lead!" inr Loan and Association at the lilinu devices. Prosecutor Haton .1. Dudley announced llils afternoon. Prosecutor Dudley lold Heiinls in an oral order yesterday that all illegal paraphernalia must lie gone by Saturday, February , and the Instructions have already been carried out rather thoroughly. Pin games, slot machines unci punch boards" had disappeared from Newport by noon lo.lay. i'W Ringleader Cake Flour annual meeting or iu ..uu. held Saturday, January 80, at the office of the aecretary, Ernest V. Foltf. nthor officers re-elected 'were: First Spring Pavilion The oldest spring pavilion in the United States was erected over one of the famous springs at Whit Sulphur Springs, W. Va., about 1818. As Good as the Best, Better Than the Rest Ik -I nrealrtnnt. Floyd Reed, and Apple Butter . ,...iinu Mr. Folt i I J, H. McDonald, T. H. Heman and QUART 19c n JAR Roy Newton are directors oi me wt Bride of Nine With Her Family DRIED FRUITS A I S IN S MEATS Of Highest Quality At Lowest Prices! OUNCE O. This Is the only Building and Loan Company functioning In the county, the remainder are operated under liquidation or through, trustee and real estate boards. A 8 dividend for the last bIx months period was paid recently uy PACKAGE T- PEACHES LB, 15C I he association. i - ktt'j LOCAL BAND HAS LARD Bik 2-29. BeefSteak round ib. 25c HEAVY SCHEDULE aernl nrnerams have been 16c OLEO DF.LMAR Ib. P H U N E S LB. 10C planned for the WPA band, super vised by Paul Fidlar, for the montl nf February. POST BRAN FLAKES m BOXES 23c GRAPE NUT FLAKES S BOXES 21c POST TOASTIES 2 Large Or Boxes SiJ V PUFFED WHEAT PKG. 10c On February 8 and IB the band will play in Universal, and February Pork Steak ib. 20c 25 Id and 17 It will play at tne u. -p cmn at Waveland and two pro grams wil I be given in Terra Haute Bacon In Piece Ib. C O F F EE s DEUCIOUS SIPS u 17ic on February 19. And on reDruary 2J the band is to assist in a pro-pni in Indianaooiis when a gener Smoked Jowls al outline of the work done by the lb. 17 i c W'PA music department will be glv en. - i William' Pels of Indianapolis slate director of the federal music project f was in Clinton yesterdaj to inspect the local band. 0 ROYAL 2 Lb. Box Mi Ravens Larger Than Crow Larger than a crow, not as large as a vulture, ravens measure nearly two feat from beak to tip of tail. Their glossy black plumage, inky beaks and jetlike eyes give them 8 funereal appearance which IB heightened by the hoarse croakB they emit. Ravens have been tenants of the London Tower for so long that no one knows when they first eamt. One may conjecture that jiot long after William the Conqueror founded this great fortress, ravens flew in from the then-surrounding forests to nest on its high turreta. V FRESH FRUITS rmfti VEGETABLES Apples Fftny 4 ib 2. 5 T Grapefruit 6'" 25c Oranges -25 FLORIDA - Lettuce w b12y: Onions 3b-1Qc It y Eloplng at the age of nine to marry a i2-year-uld neighbor form boy, Eunice Johns, whose mountain home is near Bneedville, Tenn., bettered the record of both her mother, who was married at 16, and a sister who wed at 13. The nine-year-old bride is shown in the foreground of Snis group picture of her parents and two sisters. Royal Gelatin Box.5 MATCHES 6 box 19c Chocolate Drops ,b 10c O V ALTI N E Small Size Can 34c SALMON, Crystal Alaska Pink 2 Cans 28c P. & G. SOAP, 5 Bars 19c CAMAY, 3 Bars 17c Deserted City Bespeaks Terrors of Flood ftte 008 Wi JOHN GAMBAIANI Centenary, Indiana SARDINES Q cans 2 5 MUSTARD Quart "J 5 C m:- t . - -A PERONA'S SIQRE Blanford, Indiana VIQ0R PAL0NCY Fairview Park ii - .in. ?L,yj Magnabosco & Berto 409 North Eighth Street Clinton W. B. SHARP Fairview Park 1 isT !!.. f-V -I ' ' MINNIE GI0VANINI 558 North Eighth Street Clinton BEAL'S MARKET 328 North Ninth Street Clinton Wi iksaWelBlsBsslsaiin "lii Inlaws - j?HIW3PMs -""''&isaWsJ"', " Mjfr IVAN SVETK0FF 1201 North Seventh Street Clinton SECONDING BROS. Universal, Indiana Hlrpf-t ftotne In Puducah gave graphic testimony to the terrors of the dia-a-iter. :;o higti waa the water there that only tlx lops of automobiles were ietl showing, above. Completely evacuated by Its 34.000 Inhabitants as the lower Ohio river covered the entire city. Padu-tn, Kr., deserted except for emaiMMy patrol,

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