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(Continued from Page I) Prairie Creek township; F. J. Armbrust (Rep.), East Lincoln township; Walter Brown (Rep.) assistant supervisor, East Lincoln township. Results of the township elec- tions are as follows: Aetna For supervisor: Jacob Stoll (I)em.), 180; William Randolph (Rep.), 266. For assessor: E. A. Buehler (Dem.), 132; Leonard McCann, (Rep.), 308. For town clerk: Harold Schaf- fenacker, (Dem.) 210; Avoldt Ul- rich, (Rep.) 226. Justice of Peace: Eugene Kret- zinger, (Rep.) 331. For constable: William Bland, CDem.) 189. Elkhart For supervisor: Clarence Schill- 4ng, (Rep.) 318; J. R. Oglesby, (Dem.) 277. HE MOUN'r PULASKI TIMES-NEWS. MOUNT PULASKL nJJNOIS I (Rep:) 197; Lee B. Stull, (Dem.)l..._.... 16. t KJY Lake Fork ,t "" For town clerk: Otis G. How'e t (continued from page 1) (Dem.) 72; David %Varnick (Rep.) I 38. i the choir in charge of N[rs. Lera Z For assessor: Ira L. Howel " LiPP" (r  ,r. T  D 1-, .... ,   I The funeral services were large- For Justice of the peace: Adam! ly attended and there were many ,floral tributes Burial was in Weckel (Dem.) 66; Merhn Centers 1 Mount Pulaski cemetery The pall- (Dora.) 76; Ernest Caapbe 1 (Rep.) 32. "! bearers were C:harles Fant, Wylie For constable: Wilbur Seefeldt l English, Mount Pulaski; Albert (Dem) 67; Verne Garrison (Dem) 73; Ben Faith (Rep.) 33. Laenns For assessor: R. D. Waddell (Dem.) 159; Harold C. Vaughn (Rep.) 56. For town clerk: H. O. Elliott, (Dem.) 153; Herschel Emrick (Rep.) 60. For Justice of peace: C. A. Rimer (Dem.) 148; S. W. Reeves (Rep.) 67. For constable: Roy Turner (Dem) 129; Thomas E. Dey (Rep) 77. Broadwell For supervisor: O. .L. Andes Russell, Mechanicsburg; Richard McKinney, George Woolery, Rich- ard Johnson, Springfield. REFLECTION S (Continued from page I) about what we bought than we do at the present time. But summing it up in a nutshell folks: The Times-News has a treat in ' store for you within the next week I astounding feats will be Tlese performed twice daily, matinee and night, by Maurice J. Francill, world-famed radio wqzard, ,who will be te headline attraction ex- traordinary at th Home Show. Especially for the ladies, each aft- ernoon and evening of the show Francill will visualize what he says reasonably may be expected in '"The Radio Home of the Fu- ture," when the phantom hands of wireless w-ayes w-ill bake and sew, fire the furnace and rock the cra- dle, sweep the floors and do virt- aully all of the other chores of the household, now performed bY hu- I man hands. In addition to operating the radio-contolled battleship, which is a masterpiece of mechanical perfection and a whole show in itself, Fra_ncill also will demon- starte other scientific develop- ments, which he says may be used for the protection of democracy and the great American Home. One of these spectacular experi- ments will be 'Paxite," a chemical compound so destructive that it THURSDAY, & 20 cases out of k cattle at the rate 100. Twinning in more rare. " : Chippe room furniture is nicely,."----. Georgian green w. ainted walls. FLE Little Bow Pump! Ask to see Style 892 as sketched. For town clerk: Donald Dobey, (Rep) 193; Thames Hanahan (Rep.) 244; Thames J. Steller, (,Dem) 143. or so and we know you will ap- burns metal like kindling wood. (Dem.) 351. For town clerk: George Snyder prve and appreciate the mental For assessor: Earl Lanteran (Rep.) 171; Felix Johnson (Dem) agony we are going thru right I SHORN OF BE.RD (Rep) 419; Charles Randel (Dem) 164. now. l In a Brooklyn, N. Y. court, 174. For assessor: Alext Theobald, For Justice of Peace: William (Rep) 186; G. R. Weyrich (Dem) McDrake (Rep.) 261. 151. For constable: J. W. H a 11 For justice of peace: Otto Rode- mer (Rep.) 200. Orsn. McCOLLUM'S F o r assessor: Adam Bock CLINTONIA (Dem) 156; Roland Horney (Rep) 173. ]][,ATKE  CLINTON For town clerk: Alvin Eaton THURS.-FR[. APRIL 3-4 (Dem.) 112; Hermes Thompson (Rep) 216. ON THE STAGE For justice of peace: Holton Leever (Rep) 215. 1941 CLINTON'S SPRING For constable: Martin C. Win- FASHION end TALENT Revue ters (Rep) 211. Presented by Cllnfon Mer- For school trustee: Raymond H. chants eech night at 9:00 p.m. Huber (Dean.) 144; W. B. M.iohaels ------ON THE SCREEN (Rep.) 162. Judy Garland-George Murphy in "Little Nellie Kelly" i SAT., SUN. AND MON. APRIL 5-6-7 PRICE AND TIME SCHEDULE FOR "GON.E WITH THE WIND" Safurday10 a.m., 2 p.m., 7:30 p.m. Prices, 10 a. m. *o 2 p. m.: Adults 40c, Children 25c, tax included. 7:30 p.m.AII Seats 5. fax ind. Snday--12 noon, 4 p.m., 8 p.m., Prices, 42 noon to 2 p.m., Adults 55c, Children 25c fax incl.; thereafter All I Seats 55(:, 'Fax incl. IMonday--Same time and price schedule as Saturday. All passes suspended during *his engegemenf. "gone with the Wind" Full Length. Nothing Cut But The Price. TUES.-WED. APRIL 8-9 JOB-DAYS SALARY $150.00 SCREEN Jean Hersholt as Dr. Christian in "Melody For Three" THURS.-FRI. APRIL 10-1l "MAISIE WAS A LADY" Starring Ann Southern  Low Ayres Chester For, supervisor: AI Brown (Rep) 163; Ed Montgomery (Dem) 111. For assessor: Clarence Hardy (Rep) 168; Harry J. Gehlbach (Dem) 97. For town clerk: Glenn Miller (Rep) 138; Wilford Leimbach (Dem) 121. For justice of peace: W'illiam H. Ruwe (Rep) 149; Herbert Finke (Dem) 109. For constable: Charles War- moth (Dem) 132. The perkiest, pump you ever did , . . . a alddy hiqh heel $$ I Harry Strauss went on tria as a ee  to n A it's I i'e'll tell you when you come in leader of the notorious Brooklyn  +hW r:,  h,A ]:X) w and see this new setup at itS jmurde r syndicate---minus his wiry o"u';ageu'sl;'fiatferin. v.esL black bearcL The tmard was shaved ,   . $$ __ oulOff after .the district attorney's K211Df '17 ur you can come anynme y lot, i .......  the ue won ir pea nat rauss wish If you want to see it in t New patent straps a ,had grow00 it to suppo00 his olalm tl ..... "--. rough .... I straps TOT Tne on,, ..  ' :1:: ]oz msamy. J l Patm Sunday and EasilY" er or Well, this ahouid fill that col-  [| .,ffi.  .. 1 . e. all . umn, so we2l quit. TVINNLG IN I,. STOCK I CLEA]H[' " t Twinnin in .........  g sheep occur about I| WILL MILK COW - ,  _.e BY RADIO , . .- . -. , I of Areal live cowwfll be 'milked Men s 00pr,ng rurn,sh,ngS L by radio " a man will be "frozen  enlar e alive" in 3,000 pounds of ice, a THAT KEYNOTE NEW SPRING COLORS AND s?L'I ot minature wireless-controlled bat- Mark Twain and Chesterbrook Shirts 1L tlehip will blaze away at n In Stripes, Checks, Fancy Pafferns and Solids "e. ' imaginary enemy and other sen- sational features will be present- ed in a thrill-packed program of amazing entertainment and scien- :tific wonders at the Fourth An- nual Home Show" of St. Louis, in Exposition Hall of Municipal Aud- itorium, starting Saturday, April 12, and continuing through Sun- day, April 20. f FOR SALF,--Chinese Elm Trees, 3 years old. H. J. Wible, Phone I 120. Smart Washables Extra Smar[ * Spun Rayons * Acetate Rayons * French Crepe Sizes 14 to 17 $1.00 and $1.65 "Regalaire" anPhoenix Neckwear - LATEST COLORS AND PATTERNS 50c and $1.00 MEN'S DRESS SHOES In Smarf MiJitary Tans, Blacks and Two-Tones. CHURCHILLS .................. CHAMPIONS .................. FREEMANS MEN---Whafever you need for spring in clofhinq, we CLEAR'S Furnishings for the Family CLASSIFIED ietLekgre -' te e Old y, | r Just Unpackecl! A grand se- lection of styles in an excif- ingly colorful array of spring shades. Priced ef $I - $I se- $l 9e- $2 49 Sizes II to 17; 14 to 52 ROLLINS HOSIERY FOR EASTER New Conversational Shades for Spring 79c and $1.00 New Shipment of Sheer Nylons $1.29 pr. CLEAR'S Furnishings for the Family POUND--1941 Automobile license number 695513. Owner may have same by calling at this office and paying for" ad. WANTED  FARMS TO SFJ.L Have several good prospects fo good, black land fazrs, any size. Whether in the market to buy or sell see George E. "Kiick, LaLham, Ill. FOR RENT--Steam-heated room; hot water and bath adjoining. Times Apt. Hotel PARTS AND SERVICE for any make vacuum cleaner. Also new and used cleaners. Homer Lane, Premier representative, phone 38. WAN_,D--Young woman for general housework. Apply to Mrs. George A. Voile, Mount Pulaski. W- Yard ad: work; floor waxing s 1 cleaning. Clarence 'Sonny' I AM IN NEF_,D of good l bulls, see Dick Brow, south and 2 miles PuLaski. CASH PAID fur dead Cattle. Hogs and small removed free. Call I Merriman, Phone 15. FOR SI0 lbs. or home gron Baby corn. Also popcorn special occasions. at Schick's Shoe Shop Pulaski Theatre. los. PIANO FOR SALF_ first cl shape. NewlL