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MAY $, 1941 .1 COPELANB V MRS. NEAL GULSO rrespondent i hundred fourteen attended i School Sunday. Clendenen and daugh- Called at the homes of and Mrs. Minnie Unday afternoon. Mrs. Harold In,ham ! were at Clarence Bow- afternoon and from wet to St. Clara's hospital to see Mrs. Helen Gar- and Mrs. Tom Cass visited Mtser and wife sunday ad Mrs. Morrison Brown Springfield, spent Sat- witl her parents, Mrs. Webster Butler, RUtler, employed at Chest- a]ent Saturday night and at home. aad Mrs. John Clendenen and Mrs. Elks Quandt and Called on Willis Ayers who Sick list and has been to Champaign to a physl- and Mrs. Raymond Kusterer and Mrs. Kate Boyd Marlene of Decatur with Mrs. Boyd's Alfred Wilham and and Mrs. Donald Copeland had dinner Sunday former's sister, Mrs. and family. and Mrs. Lawrence Gulso eorge Gulso and wife Fri- Scott and Norma Gulso spent the week-end Walter Baker and and Mrs. Herbert visited at the home of Sunday afternoon ul aunt, Mrs. Julia Brown, visiting there. Light Company Installs Huge Transformer I'HI MOUNT pULASKI qiIMENEWS, MOUNT pULASKI, ILLINOIS Mrs. Milton French and baby and Mrs. Jennie Birks and Marilyn Frencl were shoppers in Spring- -'7 field Friday. 6 Mr. and Mrs. Leland Miller call- ed at the home of George Stopher Sunday evening. Mrs. Laura Payne spent Friday night and Saturday with her son Lloyd and family. Mrs. Neal Gulso and Robert called on Mrs. Betty Shellhammer Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Kenneth O'Brien and children visited Lloyd Payne and family Wednesday afternoon The D. W. Y. W. Club met with Mrs. celia and Opal poffenbarg,,, with 21 members present. Mrs. Celia poffenbarger and Mrs. Clar- ence Bowers gave readings and Mac Shellhammer gave a musical reading. Several contests were en- joyed and Mac Shellhammer and t Joyce Bowers were winners. This meeting was near Mother's Day !and Mrs Betty Shellhammer was the oldest mot.her present, aged 69 years. Opal poffenbarger was the youngest mother, 23 years of age. Mrs. Betty Shellhammer will have the June meeting. Mr. and Mrs. George Stopher accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Charles Secrest to Cisne. Ill., Saturday and attended the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. Dora Sehiele which was Sat- urday afternoon. They all had din- ner and lunch in the evening with PAG the former's dauglter, Mrs. Eve- lyn Trago and family. A surprise dinner was given Mac Shellhammer Sunday. Her birth- day was May 21st. A pot luck dinner was enjoyed at noon and the afternoon was spent in visit ing. Those there were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leckrone and family, Lloyd Payne and family, Clarence Bowers and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Washbond and grandson, Bobby Hickman Fred Bellattt and family, Charles Herring and Maude, Mr. and Mrs, Otto Hen- richsmeyer, charles Stopber and family, Mr. and Mrs, George Sto o pher, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Knurl- son and family, Mrs. Charles W'oods and Ellis. Ernest Hild and family, Mrs. Betty Shellhammer, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gasaway, Mr. and Mrs. George Gulso, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Brown and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Birkl. PAUL R. MOOP r Insurance "For Every Need '' Office moved to Stoll Rgd, and Auto Supply Store PHONE 215 TI Mount Pulaski Workmen for +he Cen:oair: ec:rlclt C!Celjq:qve insallinq a hucje new tr.a carr a heav:er toad of elect  c and Joyce Mrs. charles Stopher, daughter JoAnn spent sunday Mrs. George Stopher, Mary Bella- washbond, Mac ternoon there too. Mrs. Mary Gulso, Rose and tti, Mrs. John Shellhammer, Nellie Gulso and Charles Dulso spent sunday after- Bowers went rug making noon with Lawrence GulSO and Francis at Lincoln Thursday. wife. Mr. and Mrs. Chrales Stopher Mr. and Mrs. Jake ErlenbUSh son Harold Leon visited Mrs. and Marilyn were in Lincoln Celia poffenbarger and family Thursday. Donald copeland and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hild ana sunday evening. children were in Decatur Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence GulSO were Clarence Bowers visited day afternoon, in springfield Saturday. fternoon with Mrs. Ed Mrs. Herbert shellhammer took Mrs. Jessie MaY of Decatur vls- Illiopolis. Mrs. C. F. Scott, Illiop- Mrs. Alice Keck to springfiel on Mr. and Mrs. Neal Saturday to visit paralea Bobe Red last week wit.h her sister, Mrs. and family. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Josie Edwards for sever- Celia poffenbarger and returned home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Mrs. oscar Pot- bought an elevator at al days. move to Ar- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dunkel poffenbarger and to live. Mrs. John Dra- and son spent Tuesday evening fenbarger and baby took her home. Richard Drabing and with Mr. and Mrs. Neal GulSo and Neal GulSo and wife spent Fri- day evening with his sister, Mrs. family. Erlenbusl and family. 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