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PAGE SI COPELAND MRS. NEAL GULSO Correspondent 115 attended Sunday School. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Metz and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Babicky, Mr. : and Mrs. C/eorge Solomon and sons Bob and George, Jr., and daughter Shirley visited Sunday afternoon and for supper with Lawrence Guise and wife. Maxine and Wilma Horn spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mary Gulso. Lois Boren visited her aunt, Mrs. Stella Hawk. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Simpson, Springfield, and his mother, Mrs. Ida Snpson, De- catur, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Brown and daughter, Charles Barnes and Mrs. Harold Ingham, and daughter visited Clarence Bowers and family Sunday after- noon. Laura Payne and Willis Ayers and family had dinner Sunday with Lloyd Payne and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Payne and sons, Buffalo, were there in the after- noon. Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger and Mrs. Oscar Poffenbarger and ba- by attended the "gateway" dedi- cation at Lincoln Saturday and on . their way home stopped at Homer Poffenbargers. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shellham- wwe and Dalen called on Mrs. Bet- ty Shellhamaner Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mertice Meister and Floyd Mister and family took a trip to Carlinville Iris Fields Sunday.They reported it a very beautiful place to go. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bowers and children and Miss Joyce Bow- ers were at Petersburg Sunday and attended the 20th district of American Legion. Myrna Poffenbarger is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Celia Poff- enbarger this week. Homer and family were there Sunday after- : noon. Helen Butler and Dick : Brown and family also called. Mrs. Betty Shellhammer and Mae Shellharnmer called on Nellie Bellatti Monday morning. Mrs. Charles Woods and Ellis and Rudy Gandy attended the 25th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Johnson at Decatur Sunday. There were 67 at- tended. Mr. and Mrs. John Washbond son John, and Bobby Hickman vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. George Wash- bond and family Sunday near Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. eorge Stopher were in Lincoln Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Zonard vis- ited their daughter, Mrs. Leona Copeland Wednesday. George Thompson of Buffalo ited at the home of Robert Cope- land Sunday. His sister, Ethel Thompson, stays there. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baker vis- Herbert Musser and family Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henrichsmey- " er went to Macon Monday evening to the home of his brother, Rich- ard and family. Mr. and Mrs. lraak Copeland and grandson, Virgil Holmnes, Friday afternoon at the home of a son Robert Copeland. Rae Harper spent Sunday night With Eileen Stopher and both to Decatur Monday morning. Gordon Bobell spent Sunday Lewis Bellatti. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Green call- on John Clendenen and family evening. . Ernest Henrichsmeyer and John and Lorene Zimmer, spent Saturday night Sunday with Otto Henrichs- and wife, coming for Me- services at Steenbergen e Sunday afternoon. Mr. Mru. Richard Henrichsmeyer | family and Mr. and Mrs. Sid- OUNT ney Lee and family were there Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Stopher and Eileen had dinner Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Nen Larson and family near Elkhart. I f Copeland Ladies' Aid Society met Wednesday with Mrs. Opal Drabing with 23 members, 17 children and 5 visitors present. A business vneeting was held and a lunch was served of sandwiches and cookies were served. PICNIC GIVEN FOR OI D NTEIGHBOKS AND FRIFNDS Mrs. Margaret Ophardt. former- ly of this vicinity, but a resident of Linco]n for several years, enter- tained old neighbors and friends Sunday, May 25, with a p',cnic at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Abner Jackson, two miles west of Mount Pulaski. in honor of her brothers, William and Jo_b,n Beck- ers, and wives, of Kankakee. At noon a potluck dinner was served, and the afternoon was enjoyed vis- aing. Besides the above mentioned the others present were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. William Sullivan and family, of Champaign: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schmitgen, Mr. and !Mrs. Orville Downing. of Lincoln: Uriah Tendick. Oswald Brooker, Steve S. Patterson. Ellis C. Dwn- ing, James J. Ashurt. W'illiam Buchholz, George Rentmeister, Au- gust H. Hahn. Arthur E. Brough- ton, John H. Tendick, Harta B. Tendick, Charles Kemmer, Abner Jackson, and wives; William Bec- kers, John Start, Miss Eva Starr, Mrs. Ida Field, Mrs. Minnie Ten- dick, Miss Sciota B. Horn, Miss Maude Mann, Miss Betty Brooker, Oscar Horn, Charles Mann, Albert Rentmeister, Judith Horn, Rutl Hahn, John Martin, James Jack- con, Paul and John E. Tendick, Earl, Roy and George Jackson. WAR MOTHERS WILL MEET IN LINCOLN The Mount Pulaski chapter of 'orld War Mothers will meet in Lincoln Wednesday, June 4. at te home of Mrs. Alvada Crowe, 115 South State street, the occasion to be featured with a potluck dinner at. noon. The members will make the trip in the school bus, leaving the home of Mrs. William E. Hol- mes at 10 a. m. FEDERATION OF 'OMEN'S ' CL[S ANNUAL PICNIC The annual picnic of the Lo- gan County Federation of Wo- men's Clubs will be held Tuesday, June 10. in the Methodist church in Middletown. with the Middle- town Woman's Club as hostess. All members attending are re- quested to bring their own table service, sandwiches and a dish to pass, announces the county presi- dent. Mrs. Lorah Z. Lipp, of Mount Pulaski. Dinner will be served at noon, after which a program will be giv- en, each club to furnish one num- ber, making a very interesting and entertaining program. It is hoped there will be a good attendance from the various clubs of the county, as the annual get- together picnic is a very enjoyable event. Members of the Mount Pulaski Woman's Club desiring a way to go should contact the officers in charge. AUXILIARY SOLD ALL POPPIF SATITRDAY The American Legion Auxiliary members of Mount Pulaski dispos- ed of their entire quota of poppies Saturday in the annual poppy day sale. The supply wafar from be- ing enough to meet the demand. R. D. AITCHISOH JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Collections and Notarial Work SNYDER BLDG, S. WASHINGTON PUIMKI TIMES-NEWS. MOUNT FULASKL IIAANOIt THURSDAY, The significance of MEMORIAL DAY will be acute in the minds of the American People Their gratitude will be shown to those institutions wise and patriotic enouqh to actually thing about Memorial Day. - " Our gratitude will be shown to our many customers by the GROCERY AND MEAT for the week end and Memorial Day. May 29-30-31 SUNSHINE HI - HO CRACKERS The New Up-To-The-Minute Butter Cracker l-lb. pkg. 21C TOWN CRIER FLOUR 24-1bs. 890 While Present Stock Lasts G:rTe - 5251 Mea;um - 9c r.L' .1 002-250000V , MORE and MORE interest is being shown to our S. & W. 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CHEE-ZEES ..................... BOTH ..... RIPPLED WHEAT .... 2 BUTTER COOKIES ........ SAWYER GRAHAMS .... BOTH ..... i QUAKER OATS lq. 19c; sl. NO. S CAN ORANGE JUICE WISH BONE COFFEE i Evening CALLS FOR POSTUM CEREAL SANKA COFFEE HERSHEY'S COCOA . NO. 2 !' CAN CAP SWT. POTATOES WARD ROSE KRAUT No. 2./ GREEN GAGE PLUMS, No. 21/. MADISON SWEET PICKLES ,, q- ] COYE OYSTERS ..... 2 " STOKELY'S Cranberry SAUCE i LIBBY'S SPANISH OLIYES .... 9 oz. BEEF STEAK SAUCE ..... .. STOKELY'S CHILLI SAUCE ..