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PAGE FOURTEEN THE MOtN'r I'UIASKI TIMES-NE'S, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY COPELAND MRS. NEAL GULSO Correspondent I 70 was the attendance at Sun- day School Sunday. Glenda Copeland spent Sunday with Eloise Quandt. Mrs. Mertice Meister spent the i week end with her daughter, Mrs. I Helen Fuhrer: and sister. Mrs..  Fanny Patterson. Neal Gulso and Mary were in Springfield Saturday and Neal at- tended Producers Live Stock Commission Co. dinner and meet- ing. Ritymond Kusterer and Law- rence Gulso a:tended from this vi- cinity. Charles Herring and Maude had [ dinner with Mr and Mrs. Sidney Lee and family Sunday. Kent Garvey and Herbert Shell- hammer were in Decatur Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gulso was m Congerville Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bellatti and Udell, and Billy Duhs were din- ner guests at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. John Clendenen. Mrs. Robert Shanle and daugh- ter Barbara speht Sunday after- noon with Jake, Erlenbuch and family. Mrs. Mertice Meister and son Ralph visited Sunday with Har- old Meister and family. irley Creager spent Saturday and Sunday with Jo Ann Wheeler. Mrs. Jane Osborne, a supervis- ing nurse of Springfield hospital, * and Norma Gulso spent Wednes- day afternoon andJ evening at the home of Neal Gulso. Gordon Bobell spent Sunday af- ternoon with Lewis Bellatti. Charles Herring had dinner with Robert Jones Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Keck, of Rome, Ill., had supper and spent the evening with Herbert Shell- hammer and family. Mrs. Fred Bellatti and Mae Shellhammer helped Mrs. Betty ,helIWammer quilt. Mrs. Sam Kus- refer was there also and visited Mrs. Shellhammer until Monday afternoon. Visitors Sunday afternoon and evening at the home of Neal Gul- ao were Norma Gulso, of Spring- field, Mrs. John Drabing, Mrs. Riclmrd Drbing and son Dickey, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gulso and Geae Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henrichs- meyer and Maude Herring spent Friday at the home of Charles Woo. Ed Gulso shipped one of his Ab- erdeen Angus bulls Thursday to Moultrie, G /Kr. and Mrs. Oscar Poffenbar- get are the parents of a nine and one-half pound daughter born undBy morning, Feb. 16. The baby has been naxed Nancy Kaye. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henrichs- meyer spent Sunday at Macon with Richard Henrichsmeyer and Ouife A Young Lady Mary Lou Fleener, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Cochran Decatur, and granddaughter Of Mrs. Ee Zirnrnermann, Pontiac, atl ormer- ly o Mounf Pulaski, is now living ;r Elkhart, Indiana with her eunf, Mrs. A. G. Zelle, and attending school. She is a iunior member of the a capella city choir of 150 voices, and also Belongs to the junior choir of the Presbyterian church, k old Ingham and daughter Sunday, near Warrensburg. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Birks, Mae Shelllmmmer, Mrs'. George StoIher, Mrs. Grace Gasaway, Mary Bellatti, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bellatti and son Udell, Billy Duhs, Violet Cooper and Alma Bauman attended the wedding of Marflyn Mueller and Louis French at Zion Lutheran church in Mount Pulas- ki Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gulso spent Sunday evening a week ago, with Charles Herring and family. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sexton and son, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Poffenbar- ger, Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. Ho- mer Poffenbarger and family of Beason, and Buelai Stopher, had birthday dinner Sunday With Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger whose birthday was Saturday, Feb. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Webster Butler and Helen called at the Poffen- barger home Sunday afternoon to see the new granddaughter, Nan- cy Kaye. Gene and John Scott, Keith WiN ham, Robert Gulso and Eugene Cyrulik attended the Go lden Glove boxing matches at the state armory in SpringfieId Wednesday and Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Payne were in Springfield shopping Saturday. Franklin Payne and family spent Sunday with Lloyd Payne and family. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Ayers and children, and Thelma Snyder went to Davenport, Iowa, over the week end to see Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stillwell and new baby son. Mrs. Stillwell is Thelma Snyder's moth- er and Mrs. Ayers' sister. AUSTIN MISS HATTIE KERWOOD Correspondent Tuesday and Wednesday like spring with rain and a real snow W. M. S. met with Mrs. F. Went- worth Thursday. Revival meetings begin next Sunday night. Prayer meetings were held in the homes of F. Stiles and Clarence Rau last Wednesday night. Meets at the church this week. Mr. Cottrell of Decatur Third U. B. church will direct the sing- storm Sunday. The Harry Little family attend- ing. He also brings a pianist. ed the funeral services for his brother of Terre Haute, Ind.. at CHESTNUT Vandalia Sunday. infant Mrs. Lauren Errery and daughter came home Saturday Mrs. Elizabeth Rentsehler and from :Deaconess hospital, Lincoln. son Walter, of Springfield. visited Mrs. Dorothy Holmes is staying I here during last week at the home with them a few days. Mr. and E of relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mrs. Peck returned Saturday to Rentschldr. their home in Warrensburg. i Members of the Royal Neigh- Rev. Doolen and family visited bors lodge met last Friday with her sister near Assumption Tues-]Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger, who was health paper on measleS- day and attended revival meetings [assisted by her mother, Mrs. Mag- group singing was led by at Locust Grove where Rev Paine gie Ball. A Valentine box was tea- W. Neuschafer. The unit will is pastor. [tured. The entertainment and next with Mrs. Wilbur Several fron here attended the lunch were in keeping with St. Monday, March 17. funeral services for W. B. Mont-t Valentine's day. [ gomery at Kenney Sunday after- Miss Nellie Watson left last noon. I Thursday for Indianapolis, Ind.. Mrs. Cecil Wilson of Decatur I following a visit of several days spent Tuesday at H. Kerwoods. l with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Dorsa and Marion Kerwood of A. Watson. Forsyth were afternoon visitors. ! Mr. and Mrs. RaTmond Lakin Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bellatti were gave a potluck supper Wednesday Friday callers. , i evening, Feb. 12, for those who 60 present for Sunday School. assisted with the circuit entertain- A new cradle roll ember is San-ment at the Mt. Airy school this dra Kay Emery. 'winter. The diversion was pinoch- le. The guests were Mr. Harold Young and and Mrs. Gordon son, Betty Knoy, Zae Shirley kin, 'Mary Verne Rowland, Kathryn IAnda /..,akin, Edna Donnan, Rowland, Jr.. 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