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s of i the our taf- Leful hich SUPPLEMENT TO THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS, MOUNT PULAglgl; ILIJNOIS ii COPELAND MRS, NEAL GULSO Correspondent 111 was the attendance at Sun- day School Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gu'.s had Chlistmas w!tL Mrs. Mary Guls0 and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Scott h2d a family Chstmas d.nner for their family Christmas evening. Mrs. Hattie Clendenin of Arth- ur an 2 Lucille Marshal spent Fri- , day evening and Saturday with John Clendenin and family and Mrs. Minnie Kepner. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Musser Went to Logootee. Ill.. Tuesday and spent Christmas wiLL their daughter. Mrs. Cscar Henrchs- meyer and family, returning on Thursday. Mr_ and Mrs. Otto Henrichs- meyer. Charles Herr,rig and Mau,d.e |Mrs. Charles Wo:ds and l,ls 'rse supper guests of Mr. and s. Clarence Bowers and family Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gulso spent hristmas day in Deca t r with - and Mrs Elmer Waddell and Dorothy, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guntern. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rising and John of Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. :':eal Gulso, Norms. Robert and -Mary had Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. John Drabing. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Drabing and family attended a Christmas d!nner at the home of Mrs. Albert Wilham. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert She':lhara- mer .',d Dalen were in Springfield Saturday. Marian Hild visited her grand- mother. Mrs. Betty Shellbammer. from Tuesday evening until Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bowers and family attended a Christmas day dinner and reunion at the hcrae of Mrs. Ida Simpson in De- catur. There were 34 there. Mrs. Leona Copeland spent Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j. O. Leonard. Mr. and Mrs. George Stovher and ileen and Marilyn Mueller attended a party Thursday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. h I-rson near Elkhart. Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Payne and fami!y had as" Christmas dinner |ues Mr. and Mrs. Harley Mar- r tin, of Middletown: Asa French L cf Lincoln; Harold Broughton, of L r Louis; and Mrs. Harold F roughto and children of Lincoln. Charle6 Beaver and family call- ed on Mr. ald Mrs. Herbert  Birks Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hild an children attended the annual Clristmas dinner of the Hild fam- ily at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hild Sunday and an exchange of gifts was en:Oyed. l Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lee and family had dinner and supper Sun- day evening at the home of Charles Herring. Mr. and Mrs. George Stopher had Christmas dinner for their Children Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Larson and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Halstead and sn, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stouher and family, and Eileen Stopher. Don Lee spent Monday after- noon ate? home of his grandfa- the.r, ,mxles He.,Ting, while his mother took Dave to St. John's sanitorium at Rlverton for treat- ment. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Rohrer spent Christmas Eve with George Stopher and family. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henrichs- meyer, Chas. Herring and Maude were dinner guests Christmas da-, of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lee o family. ' John Rising, who visited several days with his cousin, Robert Gul- so, returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hfld and sons had Christmas dinner qth Mr. i and Mrs. Sam Kusterer, Raymond Kusterer and family were there, too. i Mrs. Edna Mueller and Maril- Yz called at the home of Herbert mr Monday afternoon. _ Christmas Day Mr. and Mrs. l-Ierbert Birks had as guests. Dick ! Mueller and family, Mr. and Mrs. ancis Rohrer and Mr. and Mrs. i A.be Trout from hakewood.  Alice Meister spent Friday n.ight. at the home of Donald Copelan . _,.Mrs. Mertice Meister nan her mnaren home for christmas din- ner, Mx. and Mrs. Harold Meister :  ion Julian, Mr. and Mrs. Dan unrer and sons Dale and Paul, =,:~ad Mrs. Norman Welch and ,,sater Sally, of Mrs. HILLTOPPERS TO BATTLE LINCOLN HERE TUESDAY The onnut baffle of the yeor will get under woy here next Tuesdoy night when Lincoln comes here or +he 194' bttle of the seoson. Be there early for both climes, the evening. Mrs. Lawrence Gulso called on Lenoa Copeland Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Hebert Birks took Mr. and rs. Abe Trout to Springfield Thursday to take the train home after several days visit. Mrs Mertice Meister and Mrs. Floyd Meister and children spent _ rday ,-t.oun w.th Mrs. .on- Id Co-eiand and family. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bow'era and Beverly and Haldon. Mr, and Mrs. Herbe Shelhammer and Dalen, Mrs. Alice Keck and Gordon Bo- bell enjoyed Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Keck and un. Ellen Anderson, at Flora. ,loyd Keck had the flu tlat day hat later developed into pneumo- nia. Dalen Shellhammer is visiting w.th his grandmother. Mrs. James ten, Fern Munyon, Della Mae Keohlar, Herman Bohn, Meredith Bohn, Wayne Febus. Willis Moore. Recitation Lois Hoagland. Song--Pupils. Exercise--Beginners Class. OLD-GANG CLUB The Old-Gang Club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Keohlar on Monday night, Dec. 23 for their Christmas party. They have 16 members and all were present. After the election of of- I ficers the evening was spent play- ing games and in the exchange of presents. Lunch was served con- sisting of hot dogs, hot chocolate. candy and oranges. Their motto is, "We Live for Fun at Our Meetings." The next meeting will be held the last of January. Those lesent were: Mervin hellhammer this week. Gpal Po:fenbarger sent Satur- day w,tb her mother, Mrs. Web- ster Butler. Laura Payne had dinner Sunday wi.h her son b'loyd and family, Mr. and Mrs. iCenneth Obrien and famiiy were there in the after- noon. Ms. Celia Poffenbarger and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poffenbarger had as C'hrstmas day guests Mr and Mrs. Louis Sexton and son. of Springfield; Mzs. Webster Butler and Helen, Mrs. Geneva Lee, of Athens. x cr supper Win. Poffen- Larger amd w,fe, of Springfield, H. /- and Ray Redding, and Charles .topher and family. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Gu!so and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Riclrd Dra- bing and children, had supper .nnday evening with Mr. and Mrs. , red Rising. ,Bryson, Harold Lee Gaffney, Ed- die Ion Keohlar. Wm. Bryson, Delbert Shanle, Irvin Donovan. J. ,V. Bryant, Forrest Litterley, Re- na and Ruth McA.fee, Helen Bry- ant, Betl-.yl Jean Donovan, Norma Jean Keohlar, Jeanette Gaffney, Della Mae Keohlar; and the fol- lowing visitors, Howard Bryson. Wayne Febus, Fern Munyon and Louise Wilham. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pugh and Len Albert attended a Christ- mas dinner with Mrs. Pugh's bro- +her and family, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd King at Orean Mr. and Mrs. Hart - Piatt had as their guests for a turkey din- ner Cb, ristmas day, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Piatt of Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. O. I Piatt of Hartsburg. Gifts were exchanged during the day. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bellatti had Mrs. Elmer Foster accompanied a turkey dinner Sunday for the her sister, Mrs. B. Ingrain and following relat, ves, Mr. and Mrs. t husband of Decatur to Peoria on Alfred Coles and son, Detroit, Mich.; Mr. anJ Mrs. Sam Garret- :n, Rochester; vVm. and Robert Garret, Dawson; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 2'ollis, Mabel ILy and Billy, Mr. ,:d Mrs. tester Boggs, Mrs. R. M. Eel!attl, Ida Ditman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bellatti and Udell, Mr. and Mrs. John Washbond, Bobby Hickman, Mary Jane and Mark Refine, of Springfield; George Christmas day to see the new ba- by of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ing- rain. Elmer Foster spent Christ- mas day in Mount Pulaski with P. W. Buckles and Claude and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Laatsch and two sons spent Christmas day witi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. i Davis, near Cornland. James B. Follis and Henry Ma- Wasbond, Sparta, Wis.; Mr. and.SOn Mrs. Levi Powers and baby of Dawson. Mrs. Neal GUlso attended a mu- sical tea given at the Nurses' Home at Springfield hospital for student nurses, wlere Miss Norma is a student. LAKE FORK RS. HARRY PIATT Corre$londel ----___ CHRISTMAS PROGRAM The punlis of the Lake Fork Sunday school under the direction of Willis Gaffney, teacher of the young people's class, presented the following program on Christ- mas Eve at the church: Song--Congregation. "Welcome"--Louise Green. Piano Solo, "Silent Night"-- Jeanette Gaffney. Play. "Just What They Want- ed"--By Senior class, Louise FuN ten, Frances Neal, Fern Munyon, Gene Peterson. Song--Pupils. ] were in Lincoln Saturday aft- ernoon on business. ten Albert and Halve Rldg- way were in Mount Pulaski Sat- urday transacting business. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Baumgardt of Mount Pulaski spent Saturday dth Mr. and Mrs. Harold Laatsch. They called at the Piatt home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moore spent Christmas day in Peoria with their son Reil an famly. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Febus had as their guests for a goose dinner Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Febus, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Milner and little son Harry Wayne of Mount Pulaski. Dr. and Mrs. L L Denison en- tertained on Tlmrsclay, the day after Christmas, with a guinea dinner to Mrs. Lena Leonard of Lincoln, Mrs. John Tendick. Mrs. L. L. Denison spent the day Friday with Miss Florence Stults at Elkhart. Harold Stults, who spent the holidays with his father, G. A. and Mrs. Una Stults, left for his home near Edinburg Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ptatt of Decatur spent the day Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Platt, and Mrs. Chloe Jen- ne. Mi Mary Folks of Elkhart the with M DeN MRS. DURWARD V, SANDIFER (Formerly Miss Irene Reitcrmon) of Woshlngton, D. C., is enjoying visit from her mother. Mrs. O. E. Reitermn t present. ents, Rev. and M.rs. O. P. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Welby Moore and two children spent Christmas day with his mother, Mrs. T. W. Moore, in Mount Pulaski. Charles Tabor of Lincoln is vis- iting witl his son Eldon and wife and daughter, Mrs. Otle Bryant and family. William Atwood of Cornland visited here Tuesday p. m. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Keohlar and family and L. F. Keohlar spent Christmas at Forsyth With rela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Munyon and family spent Christmas day in Decatur with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Thornton and family of Lincoln spent Chtmas day lre with relatives, Mrs. Kate Mason and sSn Henry. Mrs. Taylor Turley was in Mount Pulaski Thursday. Harry Peterson and son of near Corniand and Chas. Bowsher of Chicago, visted here Saturday morning. C. L. Coats and daughter Ma- ble were in Mount Pulaski Thurs- day morning. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Keohlar were shoppers in Mount Pulaski Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Tarbox, Jr., arid baby, of Clinton, visted rela- tivss here Thursday p. m. Lloyd Keohlar of Springfield was here on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. L Tarbox and son of Springfield visited relatives here Sunday. John T. Hershey of Mount Pu- laski was here on business Wed- nesday morning. Mr. Bitner of Forsyth is visiting relatives here a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Keohlar and family. John Bryson and J. B. Follis were Lincoln shoppers Friday morning. Lea Albert and M. F. Tarbox were Mount Pulaski shoppers on Tuesday. THUR$;DAY, JAN. 2, 1941 CORNLAND Quite a number of Christmas Seas were sold here this year. The following were the buyers: Mrs. E. A. Haynes, Mrs. Hannah Johnson, Carl criland, Victoria Ott, James Ramthtm, Mrs. Henry Ford, Mrs. Tommy Ford, Mrs. John H. Smith, Mrs. A. J. Davis, Mrs. A Ray Dunn, Sheldon Robi- son, Mrs. Frank Bell, Mrs. Bert Alexander. Mrs. George Criland, Miss Erma Lanterman. Miss D, Lanham, Miss Anna Guseman, Miss Irene Johnson, C. E. Penne- man, Mrs. Alvin Day, Mrs. Win. Collier, Mrs. Fred Werth. John Wilham Thos. Phares. Mrs. Harm Westen, Mrs. Elmer Fulscher, Mrs. Chas. Moore, Betty Ramthun. M. B. Drake, State Bank of Corland. A large crowd was at the Christmas program Sunday night  the nristian church. M. B. Drake and family attend- ed the funeral of Mr. Drake's aunt, Mrs. Eliza Hopping at Ha- vana Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Robison are spending the hilodays at WeN don, Ill. David Drake, who attends the University at Urbana, is spending his vacation with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. M. B. Drake and family. The young people of the Meth- odist church are having a jitney supper at the church basement Wednesday evening, Jan. 15. Serv- ing wall start at 5:30 p. m, All are invited to come. A number of carol singers vl ited twelve different homes here bristmas eve. Miss Louise Cherry returned to her home Saturday from St, Clar- a's hospital. She is improving very fast from a recent operatiom Some rain has been falling here this week but not enough. The Illinois Central depot was closed here last Friday. Delbert Ford is taking the mail to the sta- tmn now. D. Harris Bryson and Minnie D. Bryson spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Day and fam- ily of Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Ford en- tertained a number of relatives with a turkey droner on Christ- mas day. Mrs. Ola Kipp is spending a few days visiting frlends in Mount Pu- laskL Mr Mollie Lanham retrained to her heine Tuesday from Denver, Col., where she had been visiting with her daughter, Mxz. Maude Piazza. Carl Key of Joliet visited home folks over New Year's. The new year started in with a good rain. About one and a half inches fell. All soaked into the ground and put plenty of water in the cisterns. On Tuesday, December 81 a number of relatives and friends met at the basement of the chrl tian Church to help celebrate :the 70th birthday of M. Bell Hughe Mxs. Hughes' daughters, Mrs. Guyola Criland and Mrs. Erma McCue planned the party which was a pot luck dinner. he re- ceived a number of gifts. The fol- lowing were pesent: Mrs. Belle Hughss, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Mc- Cue and daughter Dorothy and son Bill of Springfield, Mr. E. F Criland and daughter Bernice, Mr.. and Mrs. Raymond /.lterman, Mi Erma Lantevnan, Forest Lanterman, Mrs. Fther Cherry, Louise Cherry, Vera May Cherry, Mrs. Anna Bryson, Harlean Br- son, Lulu Day Lanham, Minnie D.. Bryson, Inez Johnn, Irene John- son, Julia Arney, Mrs. Rufus Ar- hey, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Drake, Robert Drake, Glenn Dikeman, Mr. and Mrs. Chu. Rodem& Mr Blanche ischer, M. Rerm Bry- son, Mrs. Gwlndola Bohn, M2"s. ertrude Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peterson, een Peterson, Carl Peterson, Mrs. Fannie Luck- hart, Mrs. Eliza Schafer, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Day, Cort Lawler, Mrs. Mrle Key, Anna Guseman, :Mrs. E. A. aynes, Mrs Fra Bell, Norma Lovele, Mrs. Marie Beck- holt, Patricia Beckholt, Roe Ma- rie Moore. The world's most blissfully ig- norant "romance." For sixte years the wealthy hum and beau- tfful girl iivel la the ssme a#rt- merit; yet now they em't agree on whether they were .married or not. Dont mira tt  n. lustrsted story in The Amm4e Weekly, the with next Week's |