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Local Dog Wins !:. Championship Four Mount Pulasklans, OttO Ey, Harry S. Martin, Everett Voile and Carl Ey, made an auto trip to Canton last Sunday and attended the central Illinois field trails, wlere only winners of 1940 meets were eligible. Dog owners were present from Lincoln, spring field, Litchfield, Bloomington, Cuba and Oconee. Otto Ey's dog, -Llewellln Lark- spur Lady," won the central Illi- nots all-age champions.hip, giving a great performance in the field to win over 14 champions from this section of state. Harry Mar- i - ttn's dog, "Martins Pal," made a fine showing. The trials were run over a 44)00 acre course, and the dogs worked i exclusively on native birds. Tley were given one hour to complete this course on which were all diff- iculties to be found under actual liunting conditions. Judges for the trials were John Hardy of canton and Charles Lamb of Farmersville. These men are considered as two of tl fore- most authorities on bird dogs in the state of Illinois. Rules used in these trials were the same which apply to the national cham- pionship trials as held in Grand Junction, Tenn. : Mr. Ey is very proud of his dogs good work, and of the large tro- phy presented to him. COPELAND MRS. NEAL GULSO Correspondent 84 was the attendance at Sun- day School. Lawrence Gulso and wife vtsited relatives in Springfield Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Webster Butler visited their daughter, Mrs. oscar MOUNT P NWS, MOUNT pUImgl; lrlJLllWOL THURSDAY, Snday. Wednesday. LIBRARY CLUB WILL Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kusterer Herbert Shellhamer and Dalen MET NEXT TUESDAY spent Sunday evening with Ma-s. had dinner with Mrs. Betty Shell- The regular meeting of the Betty Shellhamer. hammer Sunday. Mount Pulaski Library Club will Mrs. J. O. Leonard and" Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charzes Stopher be held in the library rooms at Connie Buckles spent Saturday at- spent Sunday afternoon with Lew- 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 1. the ternoon with Mrs. Leona Cope- is Bellati and wife. aostesses to be Mrs. T. A. Scrog- and. Herbert Shellhammer was in gin, Mrs. George suedmeier, Mrs. Mrs. Ernest Hild, Mrs. Herbert Lincoln Monday afternoon. Oswald Brooker and Mrs. Theo- ShellhTmer and Mrs. Betty dore Zimmermann. A program is Shellhammer attended a shwer H b M being.arranged. All club members for Mrs. Harold Parks Saturday. elf et al are urged to be present. Callers at the heine of Joln Di d F id Di ti ti Clendsnen Sunday afternoon to   ay  E'G OF JUNIOR 'OMAN'S CLUB S C e see Mrs. Clendenen, who hasn't! been well, were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mann, a lifelong resi- The Mount Pulaski Junior ro- FUNE Clarence IBowers and Joyce, Mr. dent of Mount Pulaski to.reship, nan's Club members and advisers and Mrs. Fred Bellatti and Mr. i who died at 3:15 p.m. Friday, will meet for a dinner at 6:30 p. and Mrs. Webster Butler. March 21, 1941, in the home of his m. Wednesday, April 2, in Webb's SERVICE M r s. Charles Woods visited I sister, Mrs. Noble Usherwooa, Country Inn, Decatur. The annu- Clara Glose Monday afternoon, three miles southeast of Mount al election of officers will follow, Mrs. Carl Hild and sons Dean !Pulaski" He was aged 57 years, 8 and then the groqdp will enjoy a | and Harry visited Sam Kusterer ,months and 5 days. j theatre party. '| and wife Thursday. t Mr. Mann was born JUly 16, The co-chairmen or this event i| AMBULANCE Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Walker of 11883, on the old Mann farm south- tre Miss Rhoda Schaffenacker and | Funk's Grove spent Sunday even-east of Mount Pulaski, he Ass Mildred Schafer. The corn- | SERVICE ing with John Clendenen and spent his entire life. His parents nittee in charge is composed of i were Michael and Julia Simpson Lhe Misses Marilyn Buehler, Helen Quandts families, andfann, who were well known resl- Shilling, Delores Fleagle, Judith HERSHEY Mr. and Mrs. Ed GtSO, Mr. Horn. Mrs W C Musser and Russell dents of the community. He is survived by two brothers, i " " ." , Goodrich wmted Sunday vczth Mr. - ..... t Cit- Me " Rather than lose his world s rec- U  A I i . rl(;eorge Mann O w, J' " 1 IYIg and Mrs. Oscar Hennchsmeye I ......... f Po-lar Bluff ord for non-stop Sunday Schoo [-1= [and daughter Doris at [#oogootee. !an(z maer Sus; wife of attendance, Herman K. Petty, of _. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Long had Me.; ana one s , , _, . . , . ., _ .. ith I o Noble Usherwood of MoMnt Pu ]phfllipsburg N J attended a ser Phone 83 or 9U t supper Fnd_j ....... , ....... . ' }vice in his semi-private hospital Quandt and John Clendenen tam-tlas KL . removed to the room. TEe last Sunday in March - lily" I Sch:hl =Yera?ome and returned !Marks the completion of 62 years t Just to find out how [ Mr. and Mrs. Don Leonard, Mrs. I .... ' -dence Cat- I without anissing a single meeting I ......  *rvet ! ...... ,__:_ A i to the usnerwooa resl o J . . . __. o^^,  record eggs zron net y ,-* lAauae lennem2, rs. jr,e - .... on wlere funeral oz tne u.uny oc,v,-- they're consumed Mrs. I wards and Doris Copeland of uroay azternu ....... 0 - m which Petty clairn.s is unsurpassed ..- nsen of ' Canby, ..... " * the home of services were nero  z:o v. . the ]ch nrmte , t)ringnem VlSll:e1 at anNwnere in wor e ] ...... Sunday conducted by Rev. J. l'ote her nacre on on |Robert Copetana onaay azter= , poffenbarger, Thursday. Maude spent Friday evening at Mrs. Sarah West of Lincoln the home of Lawrence GuZso. spent Friday at the home of Bet- Mrs. Helen Scroggin spent Wed- ty Shellhammer and also called on nesday afternoon with Mrs. Mary W. C. Mler and wife. Clendenen and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Oscar poffenbar- spent Sunday with Walter Baker ger and baby daughter, and Mrs. Celia poffenbarger w e r e in and family. Walter Johnn took dinner Springfield Sunday and had din- with Fred Bellatti and family ner with .Lewis Sexton and tam- ,- ily. Miss Helen Butler accompan- _ ,w ied them and visited her sister, RE YOU "CHIC" FOR EASTER? We want to say that we have been preparing for the Easter Parade. We know the fashion trend in new coiffures. First, have your new perma_ - nent then your new hairstyle, and you_will be ready for an Easter liar,.. PHONE 81 Lincoln's Leading Hair Stylists Bobbie Beauty Shop OVER KRE6tE S A.F. LtPP INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS We Are A Walgreen Store Vdt Us Whe in Lincoln FEI noon, Wayne Staley, pastor of the Mount ! A few days later she got Pulaski Christian church. Paul R. In Hastings, N. Y., Hamilton Cochrane sent a cannon used in swer. It came from  Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shellham- raer stopped at the home of Mrs. Moore sang two .hymns, "Some railroad agent at Betty Shellhamaer Sunday even- Time We'll Understand" and "Lad the Revolutionary War back to. ins, returning home from the wed- Me Gently Home, Father," with the British to be made into ,,a!He advised that he had dins of their son, Emmett, to Mu- Mrs. Frank E. Turley as organ' ac- modern projectile or bomb and the egg, had eaten it and fired again in a better cause." ' goo. riel Brown at Stuart Street Chris- companist. The burial was in -_ Steenbergen cemetery four miles ian church Sunday afternoon, southwest of Mount Pulaski. The Dr Margaret Lushbau Mary Bllatti and Icla Dittman pallbearers were William Cooper, were in Bloomington Monday. Elberta Ayers, Kent Garvey, Her- CHIROPODIST_-- FOOT SPECIALIST Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meister bert Birks, Ross Shoup and John and Julian spent Sunday with Mrs. Bertsche. 420 N. Laaye'H'e St. Mertice Meister and Floyd and Relatives and friends from a MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS family, distance attending the funeral Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henrichs- were as follo: meyer and Charles Herring and Grant City, Me.--George Mann. Decatur--Mr. and Mrs. K.V. WILLIAM F. BINDER Oliver. Springfield--Mr. and Mrs. Elm- CANDIDATE FOR er Ayers, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Usherwood. Atlanta--Mr. and Mrs. John MAYOR Usherwood, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Userwood. CITY OF MOUNT PULASKI Union--Mr. and Mrs. Louis Usherwood. IMncoln--Mr. and Mrs. John ELECTION TUESDAY, APRIL 15 ,Amberg.. Mrs. Marjorie Brown and family. Beason--Mr. and Mrs. Orville Sunday afternoon visitors at the Dean and family. YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED home of Robert Copeland were Niantic--Mrs. Ella Brock and Floyd Meister and family, Mrs. family, Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Brock, Metster, Rev. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brock, Mr. and Staley, Mrs. Frank Turley, Mrs. Homer Brock, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs" Fraltk Copeland' [r& Law" Ruell Drake' Mi&s Lilly Eris= NOTICE rence Holmes and Myrna Cope- man, Garland Erisman. land. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Washbond, of pringfleld, spent Saturday ev- After a separation of 33 years, enL,'qg with John Washbond and Mr. and Mrs. George L Searle, of To The Voters of Mount Pulaski family. Des Moines, Iowa, have re-married , Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henchmney- and started life all over again. er spent Thursday with Ed Gulso Mr. Searle retired from the U.S. At the close of Township Business as and wife. ,' Mary Bellattt and 'Mrs. Celia Army last summer after 30 years March 24, 1941, fhe Balance is as Poffebr were in Taylorville of service. " RUG and SALE! .lli.oi. Emerge.ey Ibliel ,1,: CARPET FREE With Each Supervisor's Account $3, oom Size Rug ....... * A Sot Resilienf Rug Pad * A Genuine Bissell Sweeper Books'open for inspection at fhe Firsf Shop atHARWICK'S and Save fional Bank SALE ENDS APRIL 5h COMPLETE SELECTION OF FURNITURE HARWICK'S Albert F. , LI I.O.O. F: BLDG. ILLINOIS