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V 7 Page Six Friday, December 9ffiif . . days witli her parents, Mr. and M, Hoy Stewart, of Newport. dren, Larry and Vandcne, all of In Newport Legion Holds Christmas diauapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grady and children. Juauita and Joe, spent Christmas Day with Mrs. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Youmans, Party; Guests Noted in Local Homes Private Robert Nixon, son of Mr. Joy the pot luck supper and gift ex Mr. and Mrs. William Youmans and Miss Esther Youmans spent Sunday change. The next meeting will be Rates for Classified Ads FOB RENT and Mrs. R. H. Nixon, is now somewhere In southern France according with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ross, noon with Mrs. Fern HolJingsworth. Christmas dinner guests of Mrs. Belle Peer were her brother, Ralph Adams, and family. Mrs. Nelle Wait, Mrs. Dora Harger and Mrs. Belle Hegarty spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Potts. Miss Esther Youmans of Indianapolis spent the Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Hert Youmans. Mr. and Mrs.. Jesse Baker are spending a few days with friends and relatives of Jasper, Ala. Raymond Duzan spent Christmas Day with Mr .and Mrs. Alfred Arrasmith and family. Miss Margaret Conley of Rosic-lare. 111.. Is spending file Christmas at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Youmans and daughter, Linda, of FOUR ROOM APARTMENT, MOD- Owing to plans now being made and Paid Notices to word received by his parents. Another son, Richard, who is serving in for a series of meetings to begin the U. S. Navy is now on an LST Waveland, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Van Houtln ern R 3 Briar Hill. Also 160 acre farm, at bottom of Geneva Hill. See John Seldel, R 3. t46x Sunday, Jan. 14, the class meeting First day insertion: 8c (or each reading line (one column line, like boat and lias a fleet post office, New York address. and daughter, Joan and Joyce, of With The CooipUmenia THE DAILY CLINT0!iA There Are Two Free Tickets To The WABASH THEATRE Waiting At Our Office for WADE SEAKS 905 Blacknian St, Just Come In Ant! Ask For Them J Watch This Spi.ce Every Day YOCK NAME MAY BE NEXT poe of these). Champaign and Mr. Lee of Rantoul Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Reid of spent fill ristmas Day with Mr. and 250 ACRE STOCK AND GRAIN farm. Phone Kosedale 82-11. Annie M. Newton. t44x Next two days Insertion: the same le charge (you get three day at iouble the coat of the flrat day) Mrs. Walter Aston and daughter, Vera. ' Miss Esther Youmans of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Har Youmans Next three daya lnaertlon: the aame to charge (you get a whole holidays with Mrs. Margaret Conley. SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE. H. H. , Wlsehart, 98 or 330. t46 will be held one week earlier than the regular time. The next meet will be Jan. 11. ' ' f Mr. and Mr 1, N. Jones"of Newport spent Christmas with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Jones and son, Michael. Other guests at the Jones' home in Champaign were Vein Jones and Mrs. Ella Rjtndell of near Danville, 111., and Mr. jind Mrs. George K. Jones of Kankakee. ID. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Erwln and daughter, Mrs, Glenn Southerlln, of Newport were dinner guests Thurs peek (Ire daya) at three times the Mrs. .Margaret Pawley of 'lerre Halite snent Christmas with her and son, Maxie, Mr. and Mrs. Max HELP H ANTED oat of one lnaertlon). Youmnns of Clinton were Monday Each group of three daya there afternoon callers of Mr. - and Mrs. mother, Mrs. Opal Walthall and i family. I . Miss Mary Jane Stewart of Craw- : fordsville spent the Christmas holi- Herbert Youmans. after, go a line. Blackface (like thin) 10c per line, CUNTONIAN - NEWS CARRIER boys for route open on seventh, eighth, and ninth streets. Call 32. Clintonian Office. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Larew of All classified ads Including mem- Blackhawk, Ind., and Mrs. Grace Park spent Christmas Day with Mr. Newport are spending the Christmas holidays witll their Bon, Edward Reid and family of Chicago. Their daughter, Virginia, who Is a nurse in tlte Culver Hospital at Crawfordsvllle, was to join them sometime thit; eek. Coxswain arid Mrs. Kent Nixon spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Nixon of Newport. Mrs. Nixon lives with her parents near Madison, Ind. They left Tuesday morning and Coxswain Nixon will report to Philadelphia, Penn,, Wednesday morning. Coxswain Kent Nixon, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Nixon, spent Christmas Day at home with his parents. Nixon, who has just returned from Ills fifth trip across seas reported to Philadelphia, Penn., Wednesday morning. Mrs. Alfred Arrasmith and daugh-' day of Mrs. Harley Davis of Cayuga and Mrs. John Park and children of PAID NOTICES After dinner they attended the operetta at the Cayuga school build oriama and notlcea of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose account are paid monthly or those from organization whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the 9c FRI. and SAT. 35c ing. Mr. and Mrs. Erben Antey and daughter, Martha, of Montezuma. NOTICE! Special Meeting of Loral 2274 Ail labor lein holders of the Vermillion County Coal Co. are requested to attend a meeting Dec. 30, 8:00 p. m. at the Ninth Street K of P Hall, to discuss and vote on settlement of claims. Jim Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Broady and son, Kenneth of Newport, and Mrs. latter caae the person asking the publication of tbe notice will be held responsible for Its payment. Big Double Feature 2 Big Pictures Charles Taylor of Indianapolis spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. mzpcruRES FOB SALE Pres. t43. Broady and family of Newport. Mrs. Herbert Pueschner of Ar- Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kersey and children, Marvin and Marilyn, of Newport, spent Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Kersey's parents of Greencastle, Ind. . Attorney M. C, Wiggins of Newport was called to Adrian, Mich., over (lie weekend due to the death of his grandmother, Mrs. Barbara K nisei. Miss Mary Ruth llolton of Indianapolis spent the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art. Ho I on. i , Betty and, Barbara Adams spent Saturday night and Sunday with their; grandparent;!, Mr. and Mrs. John Newklrk nnd family of Clinton. :l Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore and ituy More liuiuls! NOTICE! Jerusalem Lodge No. 99 F. & ter, Beverly, spent Sunday afternoon In Clinton. Mrs. Margaret Vincent and son, Byron, spent Christmas with Mr. A. M. called meeting, Friday, It's Cortex and Parker at their GENUINE PYItEX OVENWAItE and flameware In seta and open stock, bright pottery, famous Hallware teapots, Cory coffee-makers, oven glass oval roasters. Voto Hardware, 233 North Ninth i .Street. ' tUx December 29, 7 p. in. Installation of be. kanses. the former Miss Norma Foreman, Is visiting indefinitely with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Foreman of Newpoft. . i ; Mr. and Mrs. John White of Newport spent Christmas Day with Mrs.' White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscur Flowers and family of West Terre officers., John, Griffiths, ., W. ,. Charles Brown, secretary. , , t4 3 and Mrs. Joe Asbury of Cayuga, r Mr. and Mrs. (Omar McMasters and family spent, .Sunday with Mr,, and NOTICE! Louise's Lunch Room, under the management of Mrs. Louise Aber- Haute. Mr. and Mrs. ,Eveitt Mack and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mack, all of 4 I'A . ! I IS. daiighlBif' Slrufl Hue spent Clirist- natliy will be open to, the public on January 1 at Universal. , UBx OFFICE FUKNITU11E, GOOD sturdy chairs, desks, filing cabinet, miscellaneous tables, standi), sectional book cuses, pictures and etc. Dr. Zluk's Office, Elm .Street. t4 5x FOlfR ACRES OF GROUND, NEAR ,njp svilli, .Mr. Monro's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Moore and family. Herbert Arrasmith, son of Mr. MALE HELP WANTED Mrs,. O. N. Clinton and, family. , , , Mr. and JWrs.v Lester Keene, and family spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lpwry of Clinton,, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Nixon of Newport spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Fullz of Terre Haute: Other guests at the Fultz home were Mr. and Mrs. George Hardwood of Clinton and Mrs. Turner. They also visited Mrs. Naomi Beil, also of- Terre Haute. - Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Foos and daughter, Peggy Ann, spent Christ 1 BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly Bill Klondyke, house, barn and outbuildings, all with new roofs. Al-dona Skinder, 3448 S. Emerald Ave., Chicago, 111. t.02x Blackburn, Clintonian. ' FEMALE HELP WANTED inuiauaiioiis, spent ine Christinas holiday's with their parents) Mr. and Mrs. Cortlan Mack of Newjiort. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Rohehson and children of near Newport spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Robertson of Westvllle, III. Sidney Asbury of Indianapolis, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Asbury spent Christmas with his parents in Newport. Guy Barry who is employed in Indianapolis is spending a few days with his family, Mrs. Thelma Barry and daughter, Martha. Mrs. Edith Dulgar of Detroit, Mich, spent Christmas with Mrs, WOMAN AH HOUSEKEEPER and Mj's.. Alfred Arrasmith, is spending his Christmas vacation witll Russell Cox of Chicago. John Park. Robert Moore and Robert IcMasters attended a collegq basketball tournament In Terre Haute Saturday afternoon. Vorle Edwin Foos of Indianapolis is spending a few days with bis grandmother, Mrs. Riinima Collins of Newport. Ernest Iluvford of Indianapolis was called to Newport this week because of the illness of bis father. A. J. Huxford. RRWia KB K SB Write P. O. Box 333, Newport or COL. 36732 1NKA D1NKA DOO, Hot Patatta. Jimmy Durante, vocal. 60c plus tax. While's t4.1 Phone 53. PUBLIC NOTICE mas Day with Mr. Foos' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Foos of Newport, In the evening they visited with Mrs. Foos' parents, Mr. and M?s. W. D. Craft of Montezuma. Fireman First Class Stanley Hol-lingsworth, son of Mrs. Gladys Hol-lingsworth of Newport is spending a leave this week with his wife and WILLIAM BOYD JIMMY ELUSOM Directed by Howard Btetfitrten COL. 36753 DON'T EVER CHANGE, Wish You Were Waiting For Me. Ginny Slmms, vocal. 60c plus tax. White's Pharmacy. 1 tffefc Maude Nevins and her daughter, Betty, and son, Jimmy. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Moore of Cal lilltTH CERTIFICATE Notice is hereby given that Anna Mae Carty has filed her petition in the Vermillion County Circuit Court to have the time and place of her birth determined. Said petition is family. Young Hollingswortli is stationed at Quontico, Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Baldwin and Mrs. Nelle Wait spent. Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. John Ca-rithers and son, Pfc. Robert Carltbers. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Robertson and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Robertson of West INNER-SPRING MATTRESS AND spring. Good condition. 332 South Third Street. , t44 DltH'K, ANY KIND YOU WANT. Clinton Auto Wrecking Farts Co. Ernie's, Phone 8, Clinton. 81tf set for hearing January 10, 1 946. son of Danville, III., spent Christ mas with Mr. and Mrs. Carmel Sullivan. Other guests -at the Sullivan umet City, III., spent Christmas with Mrs. Moore's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Watson and family of Newport. Jimmy Dulgar of Newport spent last weekend with bis grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dulgar of Alon-tezuma. . Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Weatherman of Cates, Ind., and Mrs. Robert Rose Dated this 28th day of December, 1944. CARL R. BIGGS, Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. v.' , "J, : .t"IH.UMX home were Mr. and Mrs. John Barclay and children, Larry and Lea. A. B.C. ELECTRIC WASHER, GOOD vllle, 111. Evadna Rose Is spending the Christmas holidays with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Weatherman of Cates. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thomas of Tell condition. P. Noblitt, Montezuma Phone 97-R-3, t45x City, Ind., spent the Christmas holi days with Mrs. Thomas' sister, At spent Sunday with Mb. and Mrs. Alton Rose and daughter, Evadna. Roy Foreman who is employed In Indianapolis spent Christmas with First "Run Features .Duly 9c - 35c Christmas Seal Sales in Drive Reach $1,270 (Continued from page II FIFTH VEIN COAL. CHARLIE It. Ferguson. Phone 136-W. t7-17-44 f BUSINESS SERVICES TONITE torney and Mrs. M. C. Wiggins and family of Newport. , Private Mill Thomas of Camp Butler, Penn., Ib spending a seven day furlough with his wife, Mrs. Mirl Thomas and son, Charles of New his family In Newport, Miss Peggy Canaday spent Christ mas with her parents,, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Canaday of near Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rose spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Lester Keene and son, Roger, and daughter, Evadna. Mickey Van Sickle spent Sunday with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Francis L. Van Sickle and small daughter, Carolyn Joe, of Williamsport, Ind. William R, Hawkins and Katheryn Martin were married at the home of E. S. Eggleslon Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Armstrong spent Sunday with Mr. Armstrong's parents of Kingman, Ind. Mrs. Jesse De Planty and nephew. Uim LABIES! RME-liOJIMG BUMS' FOUND A LARGE STOCK OF Goodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guar port. Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Hawkins and small son, Sammy, spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs. Hawkins' parents, mond Foltz, Raymond Gosneil, John Gambaiani, W. P. Gilfoy, Win. fier-lnanaUos, Joe Giovanini. ROY Sina M. Healer, Lee Haiti, Everett anteed. 9th and Bogart Mobllgas Mrs. Fanny Schoolfleld and Mr. and Mrs. William Schoolfleld and children, Beverly and Bill, of Evans-viile, were Christmas dinner guests of Attorney and Mrs. John W. C-i-rlthers and son, Private First Class Robert W. Carltbers. Station, Joe Giacoletto, Clinton Mr. and Mrs. S. R, Tucker of Terre Haute. Mrs. Ada HolIIngswortlr and baby are spending this week with her par 32tf and ' TRIGtteR" in Airs. Fern Holllnesworth and son. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Naylor of i Helms, Mike Holechko, Mike Hol-echko, Jr., James Heine, Charles Hoggatt, David Hunter, Cyril Holt, Lawrence Houston, Mrs. Mae Hab-icht Lawrence Horney Claude Hayes, Irwin Helt, Gertrude Herron, Ernest Jones, Henry F. JobnBton, Hasel Jordan, Mrs. Max Johnson. Irvln, and daughter, Barbara, spent Cayuga. MrB. Glenn Southerlln of Newport Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Whitfield DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED, large or small, prompt aervlce. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Trre Haute or Dana 14 2S. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 attended the wedding of Mr. and Donny Burke, Bpent Christmas In Terre Haute. Miss Velma Johnson visited Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dodson and children. Miss Maude Morgan and Mrs. Edith Gosneil spent Monday after Mrs. Don Dickorson in Clinton, Sat uutvBuu unu uaugnter, Mary Kath-ryn of Kingman, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fable and cliil- Emil Iacoll, Harry Kelley, Ortie Kispert, Oliver Kite, Martin Handera, Dr. W. N. Kelley, Curtis Louden, Roy J. Lake, Mrs. Lester, Louis Lemstra, Russell Lowry, Mr. and Mrs. Dan E. Lyday, Pearl Luce, Dallas Lewis. DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by Dwiggins and Sons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon as they die and reverse charges. Dana Feed Service, Dana, I'bone SO. t5xf FIRESTONE RECAPPING SERVICE COLUMBIA THEATRE urday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sanders of Newport spent Christmas with their daughter, Mrs. Daisy Beardsiey and family of Cayuga. i Miss Alice Barclay of Hoopeston, ' HI., spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Carmel Sullivan und family. i Twenty persons attended the din-nor given by the American Legion Auxiliary at the Legion hall above the post office last Thursday evening. ! Following the chicken dinner, the So. mu st. for cars, trucks and tractors f'liiHon, Ind. Prompt dependable tire service of all kinds. Poland's Home and Auto Supply. tf Edward Mitchell. Natale Muzza-relli, Caleb Marshall, Henry Murray, Carl Mitch, Homer L. Mitchell, Henry Moore, Arthur McCrea, Mother's Club, Mrs. Lucille Marletlu, John J. Marietta, Harry McCrea. Avehllno Massa. Hugh McLeish, Herbert McCraclten, Mrs. Mattioda Sr., Ellabeth T. McClain, B. L. Mc-j Cool, Geo. W. Mcltaln, Mis. M. 10. GUARANTEED 24-HR. REFRIGER FRIDAY and SATURDAY, DEC. 29-30 ADMISSION 0 ami 20c FORTY THIEVES atlon Service. Commercial and legion members held a short business meeting. The rest of tho evening was spent socially. . , I Domestic. F. L. Bonebrake, Phone 1034-4 Clinton or 106-J-2, tezuma. 8-1-45 with MARY LEE JT ' ? . ' J DALE EVANS fa J T SWm "IM 6" WldUHS t, '' '-!,' 7Z?N mi fimy KNIGHT . K SM 7 nJ wb ticummi in. sow .,, ' . t (,) wmtMOM I . , vv . ,t Jim w- !, J En-hVonSTftOHaM rfWwm4' A SiS Veral'AL&iGH L. iffprH ' mm Richard a8len mlmimmU f Kill Mil Bill I ilWiill laHIMHfllllllMn, isi Those present wore:- Mr.' and Mrs. i Ralph Adams nud family, Mr. and Nebeker, Samuel Nesbit, Maddale-na Nora, Louis Osella, Alice Pesa-vento, Nova Pyle. Victor Paloncy, Mrs. , p. E. Phillips. Fred Porter, Jim Peronu, Mrs. Mary Posavento, Tony Pavlon, Matt Pesavento, Mrs. Christina Palmer, FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE, EAT more fresh fruit. Our oranges are better because they're fresher. Mccracken's Market. tltif Mrs. Alien Iioso o,nd family, Mrs. Guy Barry' and daughter, Mrs. Walter Moore and son and daughter, Robert McMasters, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. SaunderB, Virginia De Planty and William (Hopnlong) Boyd Andy Clyde "SAY UNCLE" Leon Errol Comedy "MONKEY BUSINESS" Paramount Short Ted Weems and Marine Band Melody Master Win. H. Reld, B. C. Roberts, Hannah Rosser, Sam A. Roberts, Har RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING. Five-ply passenger car tires. Plenty of Ethyl and anti-freeze. The Gas Market. 11-2-44 old Ruby, Sam Rowley, Wm. Rhoades Joe Snyder, Mary E. Sat-terlee, Wm. B. Symo, Andrew Simp- Ravinond Duzan. The Anti-Kant Church School Class held their Christmas party at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Armour Morgan of Perrysville Thursday! night. Forty-five members were present. ' Frank Jester, president, had charge HOll. Mrs. A. D. Spears. Jess A. Smith, TRl'CK DRIVERS (JOOII COAL AT all times. No waiting. 1'iivetl road. 8 Miles west of Clinton, Hae l Bluff. S & O Coal Co. MS BURDSALS PASTE WAX FOR St. Bernlce Lions Club, Sylvester SUNDAY and MONDAY, DEC. 31, Jan. 1 ADMISSION' anil U.V A GUY NAMED JOE Spencer Tracy Irene Dunn "HARE RIBBIN' " Bugs Bunny Cartoon RKO News No. 33 Sanniinettl, Rev. B. C. Shea, Mabel of the meeting and Mrs. Delia Ilodg-1 led the devotions. Letters were Swickard, Tom Semunclk. Ivun Svet-kol'f, Otto Turner, Dan Tate, Mary STARTING 1 1 P. M. SATURDAY NIGHT rnfi,! frmn bai-Wpp nipli I'lvfnir inlpr- your floors. Clinton Lumber and Thurtuan, James Thomson Martill ,, .. ,,, ,... u.nrl, end Supply Co. Telephone 322. Tonner Francis Trunko Viola Ter-'. ,. ..,., , ,,, also their for apperication BENNET TRANSFER LOCAL AND long distance moving. 4116 South Fourth Street. Phone 454. 1 8 5 1 10 Big Song HITS Including '111 The Ken" "I Ain't (lot olioil.v" 'Dark Tonn St ml I i ts Hull" "On . SiiiHlny .ArieriKHin" Story of World's Famous Playground In The Year's Biggest Musical Comedy LOST ando, Thrill Steve. James Voto, Val-ente. Virginia, Robert Virzlna, Mr. and Mrs. Hen Valerlne. Carl Whilworlh, Alex W. Waugb, H. H. Wlsehiirt, Miriam While, Mrs. Geo. 'Walthall, Noland E. Wright. Fred Wallah, Minnie Wliiteolub, Mrs. Lloyd Wairaven, Hubert York, Mrs. Sarah Zink. PEARL BEADS IN FRONT OF Murphy's store. Please return to 540 North - Main Street or call 457-J. tit tfw i TTTir innnrfimiiaiiiiiiii r'M Black Eversliarp fountain pen. Reward for return. Homer L. Mitchell Post Office. t45x Christmas boxes they received. The class arranged to buy a $100 war bond in the interest of tbe Crusade for Christ. No girts were exchanged. Instead a free will offering was given. A tie tying contest was enjoyed and refreshments of cake, Ice cream and coffee were served. The hosts and hostesses for the party were. Mr. and Mi's. Armour Morgan, Mrs. A. I.. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Prother and daughter, Coral. Members of the Everready class of tbe I'nited Brertbren Church of Perrysville held their regular meeting Thursday night at the home of the class president, Mrs. Escllla Hickman. The devotional period was opened with singing Silent Night. Paul Cad-man gave tbe opening prayer and r 0 las..', CEMKTKItY MEMORIALS MOM ilKMS anil MARKERS Terre Haute Monument Co. nuul.l. v. l r B rboiu ma JtrrMnttlva 40B S. aeveutb, Clinton TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, Jan. 2 and 3 ADMISSION I) and aoc DDI 111, K I'UAH ItlO YOUTH RUNS WILD Bonita Granville Kent Smith plus MAKE YOUR OWN BED Jack Carson, Jane Wyman, Irene Manning THURSDAY, JANUARY 4 ADMISSION 0 ami 2)c DAYS OF GLORY Tumara Touinanouva Gregory Peck "LETTER TO A HERO" RKO Short THIS IS AMERICA, No. 2 Flicker Flash Back $25 War Bond between Clinton and Crompton Hill. Return to Clintonian Office. Reward. t45x '"- 4 NOT A SLOGAN . . . BUT A FOLICY! "THE FRIENDLY FIRM." Personal Loans to $300. Willi JERRY COLONNA V.U'l. H IliTi'M .IX AMI HIS OltClllvSrilA Mil IS AlIMS'i'liO.MJ AM) HIS (Ilil'IIKSI'CA With HICK AMI HI Clil.KS ill llt I I'll V IIAMiHIIKiD lti:i.i,i: iiaki:k nil: i kih o t; u.i. tt.in i: ami siiri.v (Jack Kenny ami II sluiiii) VAX AMI NI'IIKWK ((ins Van and ( luirles .Marsh) SECURITY LOAN COMPANY 1 tho eleventh and twelfth chapters of I Romans were studied. What a friend we have In Jesus was sung by the I members with a closing prayer by Rev. Willard Miller, j Nineteen members and one guest.' I Lewis Crowder, were persent to en- Phone 62 ff ntarkmsn . CLINTON, INDIANA

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