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Ruth Hahn Takes Lead in Senior Class Play "Grandma -Fought The Indians", March 28 Hollywood comes to Main Street . r[the play "Grandma Fought the mans," which will be presented by members of the senior class, on March 28, in the high school gym- nasitlm. For the first time playgoers Will have an opportunity to ob- serve how the movie stars behave When away from home. Can you imagine a famous movie star vis- iting you? Grandma can't eith- er, but she awakes one morning to find herself hostess to three of Hllywod's fabulous c i t i z e n s HOWever, anyone who has fought the Indians as Gratldma had in her YOUth can take Hollywood in their stridd Grandma does. The part of Grandma is played by RUth Hahn and the )ther char- acters are: Millie, her granddaughter, a nice loking girl of about twenty Bett Brooker. Claude Stacey, MilIie's fiance, a hUsky YOuth of twenty-two---Eu- gene Augenbaugh. Nettle, the hired girl, aged about forty--June Roos. Myrtl Doop, eighteen year old girl Who lives next door--Delores Fleagle. SUsie, Myrtle's little sister, aged about tWelveAlmeda Janssen. o_.Lem Burton, Mayor of Hanging Wllliam Merriman. wM. C. SaUndera, a press agent-- illls Holmes. Barry DOuglas, a very handsome star of about twenty- Lindsay. Laurel Lonely, a beautiful young star of bout twenty. She very crisp and hard bolled Buehler. Slim Montana, a movie star about forty. He is very slow pomp ech--'Joe Matthews. tots .-v- Jean Guffey and Moll. Miss Rothwell, who is directing feels that it is one of the yet truest plays, that has along in years, and should a splendid evening of enter- for all those who attend. ]tir. and Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll in Normal Sunday with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sub.District Speech Contest Set For April 5 Speech Contests will be held from April 5 to April 26, and all schools who are members of the Illinois High School Association are eligible. Logan county will be in the Northeast Central Dis- trict. Mount Puaski will enter in ser- ious reading, oration, and comedy reading Those entering oration are Robert Christensen" and John Bowers; comedy reading, Beverly Bow'ers; Wands Schroth will also compete. All students must be enrolled under-graduate high school pupils under 21 years of age and must be making passing grades in at least tl-ee subjects. All contest- ants will be ranked according to their ability without regard to the school from which they come. Their eligiblity to go to the next tournament will depend entirely upon the rating given. First, sec- ond, tied, and fourth in sub-dis- trict will enter in District. second, third, and fourth of DIS- trict individual events will enter state finals. First and second winners in District contest events will enter state finals. Schools qll be rated Class A and class B, according to their enrollment. A banner will be given to Class A and Class B sohools winning first place in mrb-District and District tournaments. A school award will be given to schools winning first and second place in state tournaments. Last year under the leadership of Miss Waller, Beverly Bowers, comedy reading, and John Bowers, oratorical declamation won sec- ond in CLzas B. Dalen Shelllam- mer who graduated last year took first place in verse speaking. Beverly and Dalen were eligible to enter the District tournaments. With their .past experience the contestants have had and the di- rection of Miss Rothwell, speech teacher, they go into the contests well prepared. SHEETS FUNERAL HOME aLV AHRENS MARVIN HtrrCHCRAI J Phone 263 A Friendly FINANCE SERVICE For The Family or Individual. NATIONAL LOAN CO. 201 Marcuccl Bldcj. Phone 600 Lincoln. Illlnois. MOI]NY PULASKI TIME.NEWS. MOUNT PULASKI, INOI8 PAGI r Juniors Choose } PULASKI HOST I.orr ru,.asKis i TO FESTIVA t I Aqt'rENDED   ! t , L. Oetzel To Play Fo ............ I Approxmaitely 1,000 spo r the secona ime Mount /-'U- . . :: The Junior-SeniOr Banquet will laski will be host to schools enter-!were present last Sunday on:| be held May 9 at the Orlando Ho- ! ing the sub-District Dramatic Fes- farm near Rochester to see r ' " ' " " " tel m Decatu , Illmom. Annually, hval. The contest will be held in I pointers and setters worked in the seniors are entertained by the April. All high schools in this dis-i third annual field trials sponllor0 juniors.  trict which are members of the lby the Springfield chapter of The following committees have Illinois High School Association  Illinois Federation of Spo! been appointed: i may enter. It will consist of one- Clubs. Floor-- Dale Fuhrer, Richard act plays lasting not more than .I Attending the event from Moun' Laatsch, Dorothy Wanda Glose. !40 minutes. The first ubdistrictlPulaskl were Mr. and Mrs. Decoration--Judith Horn, Con-contest was held hre in 1939. A Ey and daughter Miss stance Roos, ouise Fulten, Lylei  tr. and Mrs. C'hrles "F. Frazier, Willis Holmes. NOTICE Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rothwell Food--Helen Shilling, Lela Au- Visit us in our new locatlon,!son Robert, Harry S. Martin, i: ghenbaugh, corner of North Center sad E. and Bill Ey. Four Mount Pulali.i; Trarmportation--Lewis Schwoer- Wahlngton Sts,---C. & L Electric !dogs were entered in the !.i er, Richard Talmage, Dorothy Co. ! trials. Baumgardt, Raymond Hanslow. Place -- Duane Copeland, Betty Van Hook, Earl Jackson. ! Program--Mary Alige Buckles, " Helen McKinley, Robert Dittus. From 8:30 to 11:30 juniors, sen- iors, and faculty members will dance to Bill Oetzel's orchestra. Locals Close Season The locals concluded their cage season February 26 at Carlinville and were defeated by a 2824 score. The locals led the entire first half and were ahead at the half way mark 12-8. Carlinville came back in the third quarter and the period ended with the hosts in the lead 19-15. Waldo Bertoni led Coach Hal- berg's cagers with nine points. "Art" Miller followed with three field goals for six'points. he Carlinville scoring was pretty ev- enly divided between Berdella, Curry, and Schreiter who got eight, eight, and seven points re- arpectively. The Hilltoppers made a battle of it, and it looked as if they were going to conclude their season with a win. i : Noticed Your Top Coat LatJy? (OTHERS DO} Notice how it's changing color, how original pattern is becoming extinct, just a blur. How it's soiling your shirt collars . . gives you a dark ring around your neck. No doubt it has tak- en a lot of punishment since you had it cleaned last .... coal soot, grease and grime; the air is full of it. You've worn it every day. You'll get a new thrill in wearing it after you have had it cleaned at the Mount Pulaski Clean- ers. FAST SRVICE. Call today, in a few hours. MOUNT PULASKI CLEANERS PHONE 227 SPECIMEN Of the Township Election of Lke Fork Township, Logan County, Illinois, Tuescly, April I, 1941. TOWN CLERK. DEMOCRAT FOR TOWNSHIP CLERK OTIS G. HOWE FOR ASSESSOR IRA L. HOWE FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE (Vote For Twol ADAM WECKEL MERLIN CENTERS FOR CONSTABLE Vote For Two ) WILBUR SEEFELDT VERNE GARRISON O REPUBLICAN FOR TOWNSHIP CLERK DAVID WARNICK FOR ASSESSOR LEE R. DUNN FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE (Vote For Two) ERNEST CAMPBELL V .................. FOR CONSTABLE ( Vote For Two) [ BEN FAITH FOR CEMETERY TRUSTEE ( Vote For One)