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i i! Mount Pulaski Times-News i1| 3g. MOUNT PULASKI, IllINOIS, LOGAN COUNTY THURSDAY, MAICH 27, 1941 NUMBER 35 IONq E. Shellha'merJAnticipate Heavy Vote j H. S. Speech - Wed Sunday In Township Election PContest Here C[LD AT THE TALJLIF_ at Springfield Next Monday tve ve Me q.J Geo. Underhill and Public Invited g -d .or r- All-White Cere A.F. Dillsaver L. Woloves by a little girl who To Affend. Wad ther s e e Mome on the screen. Mother and little the lady making those races, rummy ? rattle that pop corn Hokl it atlll. is again, Mummy. la ut for the man she Wen always make funny When they axe waiting the men they love, Mum- are NOT funny faces. aade faces like that at . . . . mony Sunday At Springfield In an impressive all-white wed- ding at 2:30 p. an, Sunday, March 23, 1941, at Stuart Street Chris- tian church, Springfield, Miss Mu- riel Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brown, 1429 South 'Fourteenth street, that city, be- I came the bride of Emmitt Shell- !er, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Shellhammer, :Mount Pulaski, Rev. D. J. Finley, pastor, perform- !ing the double ring ceremony. The altar of the church was decorated with palms, ferns and two tall baskets of flowers, with tapers in candelabra for illumina- tion. Mrs. Joseph Zavadsky pre- sided at the organ for a fifteen Why is she squirting soent, minute recital preceding the cere- etmhiona mony. Her selectio: included don't'know. on herself, too. Does the 1 peculiar, Muwany ? disgusting, chll& is ahe squirting scent Over herself ? o attract the man for. atracted by all that T Y! YOu know? kow. Io You know she isn't do- becatwe she smel-- now enters and she his arms as she cries, "Because," "At Da ,ring," "Be- i 1 i eve Me, If All Those Endearing i Young Charms," "Ah Sweet Mys- 'tery of Life" and "The Old Re- ]frain." Ziss Louella Milburn, so- loist, sang "I Love You Truly" and "The Sweetest Story Ever Told." The bride entered the church on the arm of her father, to the strains, of the wedding March froth Lohengrin. She was attired in a gown of white slipper satin, entrain and fashioned on princess lines with a sweetheart neckline and seed pearl rosettes at the shoulders. The full bodice had large leg o' mutton sieves, ending in points at the wrist. The full length veil was trimmed in lace Odf for Supervisor Unusual activity is marking the to%nship election for Mount Pu- laski which is to be held next Tuesday with contests being wag- ed for all offices except that of the highway commissioner who has two more years to serve. There is every indication that an unus- ually large vote will turn out. ,Albert F. Dillsaver, supervisor the past four years, is opposed by George Underhill, republican, who is making an intensive campaign for the office. The office of tow clerk is be- ing contested by Howard Vande- vender who seeks to defeat Dan J. Fuhrer, present Democratic clerk. I Even the justices of the peace have a nice battle on with 'Nubby" Holmes and Shelby Curtis, oppo ing Robert Aitchison and Elmer Mier on the Republican ticket. The ticket is filled also for candidates for constables with George E. Suedmeier and Charles Schultz, democrats, being oppos- ed by J. O. Leonard and Ora Lee. Two are to be elected. The assessorship race is again on between that old standby, Pete Buckles, republican, wtm has been working at the job for a good many years, and Fred Hahn, dem- ocrat, who was a deputy in the circuit clerk's office at Lincoln under John Parker. The polls will open at 6 o'clock next Tuesday, April 1st, and close Passed Away At Gilman Died Suddenly Wednesday, March 19 ,Louis Wolcoves, a former well- known Mount Pulaski merchant, and member of the local American Legion post, died suddenly Wed- nesday, March 19, in his store in Gilman, Illinois. He a'nde hosts of friends in Mount Pulaski during the three years he "operated a de- partment store on the south side of the square. The Gilman Star contained the following account of Mr. Wolcove's sudden death: Gilman community was shocked beyond expression, Wednesday, March 19, when it was learned that Louis Wolcoves, 51, promi- Special Musical The annual speech contest pre- liminaries of the Mount Pulaski township high school will be held in the gymnasium at 7:30 p. m. Monday, March 31, the public be- ing cordially invited to attend Special musical numbers have been added to the program, which will be as follows: Instrumental Ensemble --- Dor- othy Wanda Glose, saxophone; Robert Christensen, cornet; Joe Matthews, saxophone; D a 1 e O'Bryen. Draavmtic Readings-- "Wingless Victory" (by Maxwell Anderson), Wanda Schroth. "The Sacrifice That Failed" (by Maxwell Anderson), Esther Put- get. "Mary, Queen of Scots" (by Maxwell Anderson), Mary Alice i Buckles. nent merchant and owner of the People's Department store, had i VHy:Pek:k/ngby LeWdied very suddenly and unexpect-t, ' , Sarett), edly of a heart attack, in his place  'Journey' {by Edna St. Vincent of business, at about 8:00 o'clock i Milay ), "Musical Instrument" (by , that morning. ! Elizabeth Browning), Patrlcia Although Mr. Wolcoves had i Bishop been in poor health for some years t Orations-- his condition was not considered l "Hands", Betty Keck. to he of a serious nature, and he i "The Man Who Laughed", Johll had not previously suffered from i Bowers. a heart ailment. ' 'q.,et the Ape and Tiger Die", r On Sunday, March 8, _he entered Robert Christensen. St. Luke's hospital, Chicago, for i observation and treatment for an I Saxophone Solo---Joe Matthews, affliction of long standing, and re- i Humorous Reading  ,,Oertrude so ;r-ong, and I am and fell from a tiara of seed at 5 o'clock, i :urned to Gilman on last Friday, the Governess" (by Stephen Lea 10 v-e-r] w-e-a-k, pearls. The bride carried a bou- . , . - !havinc, since assumed the duties i cock) Beverly Bowe1, ..... Wily I 1-o-v-e you.) auet of Easter lilies and white or- Poll,ng places are mcatea as ^* .'store I Saxophone TrioJa.ry _. S the lady love the man chids and her only ornament was a follows: -- -- ............ custom, Mr !Buckles, Dorothy Wanda GlO, i , . , , , 14"onowlng ILm u,.* " he mt-r-ong? signet necklace, a gift of the I First Precinct -- ZlmmermanS]wolcove s took his breakfast at !Juanita VaiL ,, _ _ 1 t know. brideJvwn. Carpenter Shop on east side of  ............. ;a'" morning i One act play, ,'Bread , by vvu to lift her over [ Ate-n---- the bride, was Miss 't square.  [nth: CGreenWLa_ett= #cafe, after Eastman, with the following cast: ,,,t... j Isabel Duvall as aaid of honor, Second Precinct -- Dillsaver's i wch he opened up his store for Martha Curtis .... Louise Baker 2 ..... Mrs. Anita Conner and Mrs. Jetta Barber Shop.  the day's business ....... John ywer$ oes the man love the  Campbell, bridesmaids. Miss DU- I Third Precinct--Tarbox Groc-! Deceased was born in Mena, !Jo.nn ',.,,tis ..... Patricia Bishop ate she is so w-e-a-k? i all wor hite taft "th a full  ety t.,u,- .... , ....... iv e w eta w cry ,n Lake Fork. Russia, the son of Abraham and a+ou c,rtis Betty Brooker ' t ner. - - i . o ..... . ' ne LlC ........ I triple net skirt, under whmh small I Fourth Precinct -- Brooker's i Sipa Wolcoves. His chlldhood was *oon Curtis .... Richard Itfleld "  "', ' w h The .... white bows ere attac ed. ,ar-e, northavest corner of -- ! ...... ,is ..... June Room __ . gown had a sweetheart necklinelsouaTe  . G.ranama 'u- ......... wan to protect herand Miss Duvall wore a heart " _ _ .. ' ......  , world. . . , Ime.na "rownsmp [ shaped locket, a gift of the bride. . . r 0 the world going to dO!The bridesmaids were simJlarly! Township ofhcmls to be elected Senmr.00 , o Present Dramat00za gowned and each carried muffs ofrin Laenna township next Tuesday f gq' d ght th dians' her cruelly, red roses and white gardenias. Jo- do not include the election of a 0 [r(.| ma, FOM e I did she get all HAS sENIOR PLAY LEAD dimaonk? anne Pasquale, niece of the bride supervisor: the term of George mean money. .t did you mean ? wo has misunderstood that why she is so s; I gue so. lhe is weak, why is she man on the ear ? is so strong, why rp her? love with each oth- Why she is biting him being bit? on the ear, ot! You tu love with as flower girl wore a long white dress and carried a large Easter !lily filled with rose petals. Wilford Schaffenacker, Mount Pulaski, served as best man, George Schieb, Oak Park, grooms- man, and ushers were A1 Brown, William Conner, Springfield, and Harold Park, Mount Pulaski. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Brown was attired in a navy blue crepe dress with white ac- cents and matching accessories. Mrs. Shellhamamer, mother of the bridegroom, also wore navy blue. Both had corsages of gardenias. A reception for the wedding par- ty and immediate families was held at Bergen park inn. Red and white decorations were used. The couple left for two weeks tri@ to Washington and will be at home in Mount Pulaski uPon their return. For traveling the bride wore a navy blue plaid suit with navy blue a cor- Stoll not expiring until 1943. The big fight in Laenna is for the assessorship with R. D: Wad- dell, democrat, present assessor, being opposed by Harold C. Vau- ghan, republican. H. O. Elliott, democrat, is a candidate for reelection as town clerk and has Herchel Emerick as his opponent. For justices of the peace (two to be elected) C. A. Rimer, dem- ocrat, and S. W. Reeves, republi- can, are the only two candidates. The same s true of the election of two constables, Roy Turner, democrat, and Thos. F_ Dey, re- publican, being the only candi- dates. No candidates appear on the ballot for school trtmtee, and the name of D. W. Phillips for ceme- tery trustee is the only one on the ballot with two trustees to be Class Play to Be Given On March 28 You've seen grandma fightin the Indians on the screen arm wondered just what kind of a per- son she would be ff trmmplanted into some other surrounding l%aven't you? Well, the senior class of Mount Pulaski high school will solve that wish for you if you will attend their class play on Friday evening, March 28th at eight O'clock, when they will present the comedy drama, "Grandma Fought the In- tn." The part of grandma is played Ruth Hahn, and  other char- acte are as follows: MiMe, her granddaughter, a nice looking girl of about twenty : Betty BrOoker. i : ;i/ on 16) ( on 16)