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..00UASL00RS"AY. *0000UARy 194, tiding up'_.._.J , a00ev,ason Death A -- . n,e as/00ccidental ago live kn open verdict of accidental te the th was returned Friday morn- , Jan. 17, by a coroner's jury Vernaen inquest held in Latham int, . Mont death of Miss RUth Davidson from a Latlm. nd [iss Davidson met death on the .rally sffning of Nov. 12, 1940, in an . o collision at the intersection Mrs. t:M unt Pulaski-Elkhart road it were  ae lrirnrn road, four miles of Mount Pulaski. xrsclay roner Edwin C. Goff, of tin- 1, Conducted the inquest in the L-qub hekSe funeral home and witness- ursdaY included Harold Ridgeway and 2 F. )trles Moore of Lake Fork, oc- endancent of the other car involved, sion.  Mrs. John Sheetz, with whom  Davidson was riding ATHAM BAPTIST CHURCH iFere is increased interest man. UIUt in the series of messages be- preached in the Latham Bap- HUTC church on the 17th chapter of n by the pastor, Rev. Fred G. The subject next Sunday t will be "Does America ed a United Protestant Itch? Will It Ever Come?" dl are Cordially invited to all services of this church each l's Day. Regular full time aching and Prayer Meeting h Week. IZ COPELAND " MRS NEAL GULSO ;t Correspondent l 06 w the attendance at eland SUnday School Sunday. 'honeSt. and Mrs. Sidney Lee and 8 had sUpper With Charles Her- r:nd:;TlYe .S:?Yj:enin: . rtice igppers Meister were Lincoln Saturday. [r. and Mrs. Carl Hild and sons ! dinner and supper Sunday h Sam Kusterer and wife. oyce and Johnny BOWers, :Mrs trles Woods and Ellis spent rday evening at the home of tries Herring. Jr. and Mrs. Sam Scott and lily, Mr. and Mrs. John Scott ! children, and Mr and :Mrs flY McCarty and Children 2ngfield, spent Sunday with nda Mrs- EUgene Cyrlik and Y nd enjoyed birthday din- ,=th Mrs. Cyrulik which was Y. gr. and Mrs -- - i _.  Laoycl Payne , a eaconess hospital to Harley Martin who is a pa- It there. They also Called on $. Payne's father, Asa French, 0 lives in Lincoln. 7iolet Cooper spent Monday Mae Shelr" d[r. and Mrs. l-nest Hfld. Mr | Mrs. Herbert Shellhanzmer | Dalen were in Springfield arday. [r. and Mrs. Otto Henrichs. yer and Charles Herring spent today evening at the home of ver Gulso. IErerand Mrs Otto Henrtchs. and Maude Herring and [lie Gulso spent Monday at the e of Neal Gulso Mr. and Mrs. ter Baker were there in the rnoon . and :Mrs. George GuLSo and a Burk spent Sunday after- at the home of John Clen- Ch. Jtrs. Celia Poffenbarger, Mr. | Mrs. Oscar Poffenbarger Decatur sholpers Monday rnoorL Omer Poffev-barger and son an d Herbert Crowe visited . y at the home of Celia ,enl3.ger. Ude Herring attended a er Tuesday evening for Mrs. THE MOUNT PULASKI TLM11e,0000NEWS. MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS Heads of Commiffees Which Staged Latharn O. E. S. Party Left to right are: Mrs. Carl Raqer, Mrs. Henry Sfo]z. J. H arv;n, Mrs. Ed Culp, Mrs. J. B Al- l;son, H O. Ehioft 225 Players Enjoyed Latham Eastern S Card Party f i The Lath, am hqh school qym was corn ortably fhed last Wednesday mqht for the Latham O. E. S. card party despite a very unfavorable n;qht. P!ayers from Mount Pulaski, Chestnut, Niantlc and ll- I;opolis were also present. Refreshments of chicken and'cheese sandwiches, date cake and coffee were served, hrs. 3. B. Allison ]s worthy matron of the Iodqe, I "Public Card Player No. I" I and Mrs, Herbert Birks. ' Ladies' Aid Society of Cope- land church met at the home of Mrs. George Gulso Wednesday I with a pot luck dinner at noon I A business meeting was held in i the afternoon election of officers  lwas held. President Mae Shell- PA(] Klgd. [hammer; Vice President, Quandt; Secretary, Maude Her- ring; Treasurer, Mamie I)rablgo Mrs. Inez Alls will have the Feb- ruary meeting at her home, Names were drawn for mystery" )sis, i Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mumr ere Lincoln shoppers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hild and children, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shellhamer and Dalen and Gor- don :Bobell spent Sunday with Mrs. Betty Shellhammer. Herbert Birks received word of the death of John Eckelbaxger, Bartlett, Kansas. Died Jan. 15. He lived on the Caleb Lucca farm near the Birks home before moV- ing to Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth O'Brien and family of Dawson spent Sun- [day afternoon at the home of i Lloyd Payne. ii | FRENCH'S CHAPEL MRS. HARRY LARSON Correspondent !1 Mr. and Mrs Clettm French !spent the week-end with relative in Springfield Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gardner and daughter, Thelma, of Beacon0 spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed French. French's Chapel Community Club presented their program at the regular meeting of the RoBe Dell Club on Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson vim- ited in Elkhart on Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs. Job.an- na Larson. Mrs. Harry Larson spent Fri- day at Mr. and Mrs. Frank Read'll in Broadwell. The next meeting of the Ladies Aid is to be held at the home of Mrs. Ed French, assisted by 1, Cletus Fernch on Wednetay, Feb. 5th. It will be an all day meeting Pot luck dinner at noon. Each member is to bring a valen- tine, as there will be a valentine box. Also answer roll cal with a patriotic verse. Regular lreaching services and Sunday School will be continued on Sunday after several montl vacation due to illness of our min- ister, Rev. F. E. Neumeyer. Frank Mellevilles butchered on Tuesday. Af least that is the way he should be rated the way he tried to ovoid havinq his picture taken af the card party Tuesday nlqhf. We understand that he has always been camera shy. Anyway, he was qoodnatured about it, and one fhinq we can say for Ed is that you cen always "bank" on him. Charles Emrick at Kenney. I Bellatti's birthday which was Jan. Mr. and M. Fred llatti and ll6. 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