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VAGE S/x'l"w:r ELECTION-- Continued from Page 1) elected. Lake Fork Towaship Lake Fork township does not have a contest for supervisor, Al- bert Reiterman's term not expir- ing until 1943. The race for town clerk with Otis G. Howe, demo- crat, for relection is opposed by David Warnik, republican. Ira L. Howe, democrat,-and pres ent assessor is being opposed by Lee R. Dunn, republican. For justices or the peace, the democrats have two candidates, Adam Weckel and Merlin Centers. The republicans have only one candidate, Ernest-Campbell. Two are to be elected. The denocrats also have two candidates for constable--Wilbur Seefeldt and Verne rrison. Ben Faith is the only candidate on the republican ticket witl two to be elected. There are no candidates for the office of cemetery trustee. Senior Play-- (continued from page I) Claude Stacey, Millie's fiance, a husky youth of twenty-two---Eu- gene Augent>augh. i McCOLLUM'S CLINTONIA THEATRE  CLINTON FRI.-SAT. MARCH 28-29 THE MARX BROTHERS in "GO W EST" SUN.-MON. MARCH 30-31 "VIRGINIA" {in Technicolor} Sfarrincj FRED MacMURRAY MADELEINE CARROLL TUES.-WED. APRIL I-2 JOB-DAYS SALARY $120.00 SCREEN: KAY FRANCIS in "Play Girl" I iii THURS.-FRI. APRIL 3-4 The Beta Siqma Phi Sorority in Co-operation with the Clln- ionia Theatre PRESENTS ON THE STAGE "Spring Style Show" the finest and latest Clinfon's leadinq erchants. Also SCREEN JUDY GARLAND in "Little Nellie 31 Nettle, the hired girl, aged about forty--June Roos. Myrtle Doop, eighteen year old girl who lives next door--Delores Fleagle. Susie, Myrtle's little sister, aged about twelve--Almeda Janssen. Lem Burton, Mayor of Hanging Oak---William Merriman. M. C. Saunders, a press agent-- Willis Holmes. Barry Douglas, a very handsome movie star of about twenty- four--Max Lindsay. Laurel Lonely, a beautiful young movie star of about twenty. S,he is very crisp and hard boiled-- Marilyn Buehler. Slim Montana, a movie star aged about forty. He is very slow in speech---Joe Matthews. Promptors -- Jean Guffey and Virginia Moil. Miss Rothwell, who is directing the play, feels that it is one of funniest, yet truest plays that has come along in years, and should afford a splendid evening of enter- ainment for all those who attend. WOLCOVES--I (Continued from ll@e I) TFrm MO[YN'r PUIJtKI TIItlr.R..N1B!WS, MOUNT PULASKI. ILLINOI THURSDAY 50 Years Ago Voile, Dick Merriman, Eugene lChristianl church service Frazier, Robert Lee. [body Sunday morning, - Jerry Hahn was elected quarter- ] master of the troop; Dick Merri- ;; .METHODIST CHURCH man, scribe; and Robert Christen- i F.E. Neumeyer, When William J. Arnolcl, bet- ter known as "Buck", was 16 years old, he had this picture made by the late M. A. Duboce, and that was just SO years aqo. Take par- ticular notice of the style at that time. sen, senior patrol leader. The date for the Boy Scouts I"VChite Elephant Sale" is Satur- I day, April 5, at 2 p.m. They will pick up the various arties donat- ed them on the morning of April 5th. The Boy Scouts will attend the j Services for Sunday, Marcll Church School at 9:30 & i W'orship Service at 10:45 Sermon "False topic ship." i ll those not  elsewhere a'e cordially worship with us. SHEETS FUNERAL HOME ALVIN AHRENS MARVIN Phone 263 CLASSIFIED SECTI If you ha-e Anything to Sell, Trade, Want to Buy, Have Foundthis section of the Times-News tll get 'mu the you want. Hundreds of others have found this to be not you ? 'UIN-IT URE FOR SALEOne oak sideboard; one radio cab- inet; one walnut chest of draw- IF LN NEED of good bulls, see Dick Browu% south and 2 miles west of [ ers, an antique. Phone 69 Black. Mrs Jake Erlenbuh Mount Pu spent in his native country, where Rosa, Eva and Sarah Kosloff, and[ ' - he received 1 education; and his one nephew, Albert Kosloff, all of I laski. early business training was acquir- Chicago. [ FOR RENT--House. garden, eight ed from his father who was a Louis Wolcoves, because of his j acres of pasture and potato prominent merchant in Russia. . patch. Also orchard. Only re- ill health, was frequently refrained, In 1913, at the age of 23, Mr. from revealing his true personal- spousible people need apply Wolcoves came to America and ity which was distinguished by House will be ready April 1 settled at chicago where he nmde many admirable traits of charac- Farm is located southwest of a livelihood at various kinds of iter. He was by nature generous Mount Pulaski 11 miles. Write work, until September 5, 1917, ]and kind-hearted, and of a jovial Jennie J. Buckles, 615 Locust when he was inducted into the U. disposition These characteristics S. Army in the World War. He jwere best appreciated by his clos- was made a sergeant on Novem-[est friends and associates. ber 15, 1917 and served overseas l with Cor13e.nv A, 343rd infantry i BOY SCOUTS NOW MADE and with Company A 59th infan- UP OF TWO PA . try. Due to the fact that several He narticinated in the battle of [ new boys have come into the local "  .. __ d JBey Scouts, they reorganized at Chateau Thierry on JUly 17 an ! ....... reir meeung-esaay evemng. 18, 1918 in which he was wounded The troop is now made up of PIANO TUNING--Arthur Ericson and gassed. For his bravery in ac- ] two patrols, "The Flying Eagle I will again be in Mount Pulaski, tion he was honored with medals, Patrol,' Robert Christensen, pc- April 3-4. Tuning $3.00. Leave badges and citations. He was hon- Jerry Hahn trol leader; p:tol: Baer t Patrol," I names for tuning at the Times- orably discharged on July 9, 1919. ' 1 News Office. As the result of his war exper- The Flyiff Eagle members are iences his health was permanently Robert Christensen, Don Sisk, " PARTS AND SERVICE for any impaired. Returning to Chicago he Charles Mattingly, Roy Holmes, I make vacuum cleaner. Also new engaged in the hotel business and Dan Voile, Bob Underhfll, Charles i and used cleaners. Homer Lane, later opened a department store at Hildretl i Premier representative, phone Mount Pulaski, which he was Members of the Bat Patrol are i 38. forced to discontinue after tha'ee Jerry Hahn, John Wood, Frank years on account of poor health. ;,, About four and a half years ago, in August 1936, he opened the People's Departmett store, in this city, which he has since operated. Mr. Wolcoves was a keen busi- ness man and always took great pride in his store which always carried a large and complete stock of the choicest and most up-to- date merchandise, and which was a very valuable asset to our city surrounding cmmnunity. During his residence in Gilman, Wolcoves had, on dierent ccasions, entered variotm aanitar- iums and hospitals in an effort to regain his health, all apparently to no avail. After returning from St. Luke's hospital, Chicago, on last Friday he told frtesds he felt no better than when he entered the tnatltu- tion Mr. Wolcoves was a member of Spiecher Post of the American Le- gion, the Gilman Rotary Club and the local I.O.O.F. lodge, and these organizations conducted b r t f services in the Reilly funeral par- lor at 7:00 o'clock Wednesday ev- ening, after which the body was removed to Chlctgo. Funeral services were held at 10:00 o'clock Fl-iday morning in the Gratch and Mandel Undertak- ing Parlors at 2235 West Division street, Chicago. Interment was made in Waldhei ceenetery, Chi- cago. Mr. Wolcoves never marrie@ He is survived his Mrs. th" el Mlues street, Quincy, Ill. FOR si0 lbs. or 15,000 lbs. home grown Baby Golden pop- corn. Also popcorn popped for special occasions. Leave orders at Schick's Shoe Shop or Mount Pulaski Theatre. Russell Buck- les. Pulaski. CASH PAID fur dead Cattle. Hogs and small removed free. Call Dr. Merriman, phone 15. FOR RENT--Steam-heated hot water and bath Times AP L AT THE CAPPS About. April 5t we wig a large shipment of all fruit trees and other stock. Raspberry, Asparagus plants. Also 20 ese Elms 6 to 8 feet. sell at the low price of each. No insects nor bother them. Also two varieties of Apricot. very prolific bearers  fruit of the finest new- variety of Plum tarine--"they are the Red. White and Blue you want anything thi phone 74 or call and once. Capps Nursery, Mount A Brand New International Truck Is One of Your Guarantees of QUICK- EFFICIENT Hauling Anywhere at Any Time GILBERT SPEllLER Mount