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Ohampions At Clintonia *L' The P. T. A. council, in coopera- tion with the Clintonia Theatre, will present DeWitt county's State Champion Spellers, Imogene Ar- thur, who was state champion in 1939: and her sister, Mae Arthur, wlo succeeded her in the state contest in 1940, competing against each other in a spelling match on the stage of the Clintonia Theat- re Thursday evening only, March 27th. There will be two complete stage and Screen stows. Doors will open at 6:00 p. m. Contest- I ants will appear at 7:30 and 9:30 I p.m. Tickets now on sale by/, P. T. A. council members. I i i ii J_ When Does He Sleep One of the busiest young men in Wapella is Eugene Troxel, on of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Troxel, who is a senior in the Wapella high school. lie devotes enough time to his studies to place him high on the school honor roll (he was an hon- or student all through the grades, too}, plays guard on the high school basketball team, and after school and Saturdays he clerks in his father's Happy Hour grocery store in Wapells. He is interested in amateur the- atricals, also, hving taken part in the annual Country Youth produc- tion, and in the senior play of his school. i i. , II KENNEY MISS JENNIE ROWE Correspondent Mrs. :John Humphrey, Mrs. Pearl Todd and Mrs, C. Davidson re- turned from Davenport, Nab., where they attended the funeral of John Wolcott Wednesday. Mrs. Dora Wolcott, Mr. and Mrs. George Scemmer of Davenport, Nab., and Mrs. Minnie Cooley of Peoria came Friday to attend the Left to right: Mrs. Ruth Janeffe Huqhes, Filinq Clerk: Mrs. W. T. Myrick, in charge of Mount Pu- bsk; office: Mrs. F. H. Myrick, ;n charge of Chestnut office; Mrs. Alva Hamblin, head of the marl or- der department: Miss Lydia Heines, Stenographer: Mrs. Helen Butler, Stenographer. One Busy Man With Six Jobs Roger Pryor, master of cere- monies Of Columbia newtork's "Screen Guild Theater," shown here in caricature, is one of ra- dio's favorite hosts. His jobs on the popular Suncv-niqht drama l series are manifold. Production sheet lists him as emcee, dicetor, associate producer, assistant cast- ing director, story adviser, and songwriter. funeral of MI. Amelia Wolcott, held Saturday afternoon in Ken- nay, PILES HE.ALE.00DE KNI FE FISTULA, Fisre and other Rectal Disum  by my mild, non-enn.fming o/ce t.rea- ment. No Chloroform. No Danger. No HospltaL No Prolonad Detention from ls.uJma. Lady Attendant for Women. Testimonials from hundreds who were succs/ully . Conmltation and Exsm/nsUon FREE. WrileferBOOK FREE in plain wrapper. mJV= mw VVLSM, D. M DepartmentUnlver of /noin. 501 pINE STREET. ST. LOUIS, MO. phone blain 415'L Off/ee Hors: 9 A. A. W 7 P.M. andys 10 A. M[. to 12 Noon. Mr. Upp states that if elected he will endeavor to fill this office to the best of his ability and for the best interests of ! pact to close their home here tem- porarily, moving their household goods to Jacksondlle later. | ii ill iii ii -- -- in CLAUDE UPP CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR OF THE City of Mount Pulaski CORDIALLY SOLICITS YOUR SUPPORT ELECTION TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1941 /pp states thai if elect,.-- ] : ' :he best of hi:; ability : 1 t i the residents of Mount Pulaski. i i i| iiii ii ii i i i WAPELLA WOMAN NOTIFIED OF DEATH Mrs. T. J. Willis of Wapella re- ceived word of the death of her uncle, E. F. Swearingen of Can- ton Friday. He was born at Long Point, north of Wapella. He is survived by one son, Freeman of Canton; two brothers in Califor- nia; two nieces, Mrs. T. J. Willis, Wapella and Mrs. Minnie Bryant, W'apella, Clinton, and Harry Karr| a nephew at Clinton. HAROLD GUNNAR IS GIVEN PROMOTION H a r o I d Gunnar, employed as general foreman for the Illinois- Iowa Power company in Clinton for tl ,past 21 years, has been transferrecl to Jacksonville, where he will be operating superinten- dent. He left Monday to assume his new duties. Mr. Gunnar came to Clinton from Oskaloosa, Iowa, where he was with the Oskaloosa company several years. The unnars, who live at 701 West South street, ex- HONOR ROLL AT HEYWORTH HIGH The Heyworth high school hon- or roll for the fourth six weeks period was released Friday by Principal J. G. Rogers. On tl roll are: Virginia Baker, Frances Coomer, Mildred Fry, Lynn Grove, Carol Lott, Joyce Os- borne and Hazel Harris. Honor ble mention: Darlene Bishop, Virginia McClaren, Shirley Voight, Mary Dagley, Jule Ensminger, THUESDAY I Mrs. Storm of Sullivan the speaker of the trio of students from furnish the music. TicketS ctmrge of Mrs. Carter and Mrs. G. E. Sparrow. WAPELLA By Mrs. Bernard Tre d Miss Geraldine Ross, teacher in the Antioch, Micl school, as a week-end the home of her parents, " Mrs. R. B. Ross in Wapella- Mrs. Joe Wasburn of shopped in Clinton Saturds1' Mr. and Mrs, M. Z. Sunday visiting at the Mr. and Mrs, J. W, Laiser. Mrs. Earl Turner the F. H. club at her home  of Wapella Thursday. MI liam A2mll won first pri Mrs. Ray Crum second prize. The tenant house on Walsh farm caught fire The blaze was extin but small damage to the Miss Vera Fulton, teacher in the Wapella higl will resume her duties ter undergoing m eration at St_ Joseph's Bloomington recently. Mrs. Kenpslall, of Clinton, for Miss Fulton during sence. Mrs. Ira Armstrong confined to her home in by illness. Epidemic of Cold 666 Liquid or 666 Tablet Salve ot  666 Nose Dl.Ol relieves cold symptom day. M:rs. Housewife: II W ouldn t you be thrilled .]! [ have a modern, up-fo-fhe-,,... ufe kitchen in your home.'; iI  RAISE CHESTNUT CHICI00 and with the profits earned,,l'  can have this modern kitc  or other household conveni! es that you wo:d like to oW| I IT ILIAS BEEN PROV00! by accurate keep|ng of records, who raise them, that Chestnut Chi earn more profits, because they are d growing, early maturing and heifer I CHESTNUT HATCHERY Chestnut Mount Pulaski Phone 560B Phone 57 iii iiii i i ii iii Jenalee Hayes, Lillian Jackson, t a h Glenola Jensen, Gordon Lykkebak, r Nola Mae Purkey, James Wflson, I :j_LRj Ernest Butts, Ruth Coomer, Dor- othy Holderby, Virginia Phillips, -a Ilene Beatty, Doris Jones, Dorothy Pendleton and Betty Quinton. l J _ | t PLANS FOR BANQUET church of Deland and ,Auto Supply vll for a mother and daughter ban- quet to be held March 28.