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TWO MOUNT PULASKI TIME%V MOIT PULAIS1 OL :nce Club pletes 00ram for '41 'Copperhead' :.Tile Mount Pulaski Household Club, one of the city's well nown organizations of long has completed its pro- for the year 1941. The club at 2:30 p. m. on the third of each month, in tyro of members, the first name :in the list of hostesses represent- the place of ,holding meeting. programs are as follows: March f;1 J. Wayne Sta- Mrs. Eliza Dawson, Mrs. Wil- E. Holmes. Roll call--Irish joke or house- hint. Round Table--Ways of serving l or sweet potatoes. Exchange of seeds and bulbs. Biographical sketch of Kathleen Norris, by Mrs. Charles Schmitz. April 18 Hostesses--Dr Margaret Lush- Copper-ired, emerald.eyed. baU,b Mrs Willis Holmes Mrs ArJine BJackburn, currently leard  :l:Ltlm.ldo Bertoni ' ' on Columbia nefwork's popular :: " !dayf:me serial "The O'Ne I 's" Roll call--Name one kind of !ily; lneve' r had any training in amateur rtound Table Paper on Lflhes -- ' I dramatics be,ore makinq her pro- Mrs. John E. Bowles. t fessional debut. Arline [3ecame a Demonstration. full-fledged actress of the age of May 16 fwo when she was offered--ap- Hostesses--Mrs. Herman Wood, [propriately enough--the role of . Herman Hahn Mrs. James T "Baby" in "The Copperhead," Ryan starring Lionel Barrymore. "l "---11 "oll lur,,ers' Da,, w-se J qrabbed if," Arline explains ..... -- ......  ........ i" fh I Round Tble---lmous Mothers I ''Luess I coulon'v res ST e sa- Paper--Mrs. Claude Bowers. ary. June 20 HostessesMrs. Lida Rupp, Mrs. Scroggin. a COPELAND MRS. NEAI GULSO Correspondent Seventy-eight were in attendance at Sunday school. Mrs. Leona Green and Marilyn and Georgia Scott .have the mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilham moved Monday to a farm near Ma- son City. Mr. and Mrs. Richard %Vilham moved into the house va- cated bY Virgil Wilham. Mrs. J. O. Leonard and Mrs. Connie Buckles spent Tuesday af- terncon of last week with Mrs Leona Copeland. Mrs. Sam Scott, Gladys and Bernice, Mrs. Louise Cyrulik and Mary Gulso spent Sunday evening th Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Scott and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bowers qsited the latter's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Ed Simpson, of IlU- opolis, Sunday afternoon. Dalen Shelkhammer had dinner Sunday with his grandmother, Mrs. Betty Shellhammer. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hild and children were there in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Louie French ad Sunday evening supper ith Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Birks. Mr. and Mrs. Fred B.ellatti and" Udell, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Follls and family had Sunday dinner iwith Charles Harbert and family. Robert Copeland spent Sunday afternoon at the home of his unc- le, Donald Copeland, and family. "Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gulso spent Sunday in Decatur with Elmer dinner Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Ora Lee. Mr and Mrs. Otto Henrichsmey- er visited Sunday near Macon with Richard Henrichsmeyer and family. Dr. Broxwnback, of Lincoln, had supper with Fred Bellatti and family Tursday evening. Wm Cooper and Violet were there in the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Hahn and family and LaVerne Creager and family visited Sunday at the home of Sam Gasaway. Roll call--Patriotic event of im- Paper, "History of Starved Rock," Mrs. Levi Patterson. ; : Round Table--Value of fruit as November 21 ,food. HostessesMrs. T. W. Moore, Paper, "Origin of Flag," Mrs. Mrs. John Stratton, Mrs. Anna E. Scroggin. Emin@er. Demonstration. Roll call--W.hat I am thankful Bring sewing for. August Round Table--Work blessing or *llere wil be no club meeting burden? in August. Paper, "Origin of Thanksgiv- Septez 19 ing," Mrs. Herman Wood HostessesMrs Edward T. God- Mrs. Della Kinert, Mrs. Ida December 19 Hostesses -- Mrs. Charles Marion Alsup'is one of county's rural boys to leave 20 for a year's training in the S. Army. A farewell is being en Tuesday evening at the for him. Callers at H. Kerwood's Sat day were Mr. and Mrs. John Ha Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. Cleve A& kins and Nancy. Chancy and Jim Cook worked in the chard there in the chopping down plum thickets. 79 present for Sunday Three persons united with tl Wm. Follis and family spent church, and two were baptiz Friday with Fred Bellatti andMr, and Mrs. Cotterel were di ife. ',ner guests of Ray. Doolen. tl ] Three short plays were given at !i two_week s meeting closed SuE Copeland school Wednesday eye-!night" A two-weeks meeting ning with a full house and they gin s at Center Chapel next wre much enjoyed i daY. Ray. Jess of Decatur is A large crowd attended the play I evangelist. and club meeting at Birks cam-t munity Friday night The lunch .. .-----. .... i" r v " sand "ches I ams margaret CmCK, wno coma tree s e e a wl ' [ a position in an insurance off ice cookies and coffee. Program cam- I in Srinield q.sited in the " d i  " ' ' nnttee for April are Mr an Mrs.. Saturdt- and Sunda-" with Donald Copeland and Mr. and Mrs ....... I parents, Mr. ana Mrs Franklin 'ayne. May program ! SclMck. committee, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ! Hild and Mr and Mrs Kent Gar- vey. Lunch committee for April, Mr. and Mrs. Carles Stopher, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hild and Mr. and Mrs. George Stopher D. W. Y. W. club met at the home of Mrs. W. C. Musser Tues- day with an all day quilting The hostess furnished the dinner. The April meeting will be with Mrs. Anna Payne. An exohange of flower seeds and bulbs will be held at this meeting. O. Scroggin, Mrs. Elmer Roll call -- Home remedy for Waddell and family. AUSTIN burns, j Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Gulso and Potluck dinner at noon. Round Table--School lunches. IMary Sivia spent Sunday after- MISS HATTIE KERWOOD ROll call--Favorite flower. Disulay of homemade aprons l noon with Mr. and Mrs John Stall. Correspondenf ROUnd Table--Exchange of sal-]prize given for best I Mrs. Mildred Scott and children, &d lcipes.  t October 17 ] Mrs Opal Dra'mg and JoAnn and Sunday was an ideal spring day. er " " " ' Pap , Cultivation of Roses, I Hostesses--Mrs. Orwlle E. Mar- ]John called on Mr and Mrs. Floyd iliad a light snow on Wednesday . Russell Rose. ]tin, Mrs. Artlmr C. Shilling, Mrs. ]Scott and new baby Sunday after- Travel TalkMrs Anna E. Ern-lEllis C Doming. I noon. lager. [ Potluck dinner at noon. ] A party was given at Copeland July 18 Roll callA friend that I have; tsclol for the cast that was-in Hostesses -- Mrs. Louis Emery, tell of fine characteristics of It he plays at the school house. Mrs. Ernest Bartels, Mrs. H. C. friend Games were played and lunoh Keck. Round Table--Pickle recipes, was served, consisting of sand- x-iches, fruit salad, cake, coffee and cocoa. The families of the district were invited also. Mrs. Herbert Shellhammer and Dalen and Gordon Bobell were hoppe in Decatur Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cooper and Violet, Mr. and Mrs. Claude ]ip- pinger and daughter Helen Marie of Pekin, and Mrs. Wilma Walker and daughter Gayle, of Peoria, had dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Job4t Welch and daughter of Illiopolis. Schmitz Mrs Fred W Reinders .......... ' ' ! l%ooerl: opeiana ana 'mya Mrs Grace McDonald Miss Laura l W'-"ooa ' ,] Meister were at the oil fields near I Salem Sunday. Roll call--Christmas quotation. . ^- .,,. ^...^..- t Round Tablistmas decor- s j met called on Mr and Mrs Web- ations I " ster Butler Sunday afternoon. Electron of off mars I " Charles Herring and Maude had Exchange of Christmas gifts. and Thursday. Rain Monday. 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