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PAGE FOIYRI'N COPELANB MRS. NEAL GULSO Correspondent m s L Ninety-five attended Sunday school Sunday. Rev. Oliver Moore (f Lincoln will preach Sunday morning, July 13. Services will be ginto comeat d hea.NthisEveryOneyoungiS invitedmin. ister. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henricks- meyer and Charles Herring and Maude spent Thursday evening at the home of Charles Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Gulso and Mary and Mrs. John Drabing pent sunday afternoon with Fred • Rising ad family. Mrs. Ruth Lee spent Monday at the home of her father Charles Herring. Harold Leon Stopher spent the day Monday witl his playmate, R°bertDorothyEUgenepopeQaxveY'spent Saturday night rand Sunday at the home of Robert Copeiand. Fred Epting, Burlington, Kan., visited his niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Gfilso from Mon- day until Wednesday. Private Russell Goodrich, Camp : 0arents,F° rres t'erandtheand4thfriends,H er bet tMr.Ten n" '° f JUlYandreturningMUSserCameMrs.and w.h°mevisiteds.ndC.sundayfamilyMUSS -°verhts • : afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Copeland ; and childre and Mrs. Ethel Hay- nes were in Lincoln Sunday after- noon. From there Mrs. Haynes : went to the home of another da- ( ghter, Mrs. Homer Maxey at Arm- . Strong to spend a month. ;:" Audrey and Laura Kusterer spent Saturday afternoon at tl home of Mrs. Robert copeland. THE MOUNT PULASKI TIME.NEWS. MOUNT  ILLINOIS Mrs. George Gulso caled on Mrs. Leona Copeland Thursday afternoon. Sam Kusterer was a shopper In Springfield Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hild and children visited Mrs. Betty Shell- hammer all da, y Sunday. 'Udell, Mr" andMr " MrS'an d Mrs" Fred JohnBellattiVash _and bond and Bobby Hickman, Mary I Jal; Follis, and Ma'rkjr.. celebrateRefinehishelpe13th i birthdaYhome of hisM°ndayparents,eVeningMr, andatMrs, the Win. Follis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leckron spent the 4th of July with their children in Springfield. Oscar Lucas, Jr., of Chicago, called on his aunt. Mrs. Grace GasawaYdayLanes','ilteeveningtheof4-Haftern°°njulyClUb7 at°fmettheth'ehomeMOn-tth" of Mary and Robert Gulso. A busi- ness meeting was held and games were played. Thirty-five attended the meeting. Members axe prepar- ing for the 4-H club show Aug. 1 and 2. Refreshments were served. Edward Meister spent all day Saturday with Robert Copeland. Mrs. Mertice Meister qsited her sister Mrs. Arthur Shilling in I Rober tE thelSUndayC ameLinc°lnGe°rgeThu rsdaYThompSOncopeland.°VereveningTh°mps°nthe mdit h'¢eekat theViSited°ftisend'homeBUffal°'sister.Untilof [ Mrs. Nmman Welch and daugh- Wednesday ter' Bloomingt°n'unti 1 SundaTJsitedeveningfr°m with her mother, Mrs. Mertice Meister and family. Mrs. John lendenen and Mrs. Eles Quandt and children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred May, Illiopolis, visited Sunday afternoon with Fred Bel- latti nd family. Charles Herring and Maude m Montana Farming Corporation One Hundred Forty Broadway New York Hardin, Montana Dickelman Manufadurinq Company, Forest, Ohio, Gentlemen:- We have qiven your representative, Mr. F. H. Lue, an order for two .hundred (200) of your style H2 l.rain Bins today. If may interest you to know that we qave fhls order to Mr. Lue after close and careful investiqation of nearly all the qrain bins on the market and we feel that the price, material and type of construction considered, if is the most desirable qrain bin on the market today. Hopinq we may have the pleasure of doinq further business with you, we are, Very truly yours, THOMAS D. CAMPBELL, TDC.M President 20 YEARS LATER, Mr. Campbell Wriles: Hardin, Montana May 31, 1941 The Dickelman Mfq. Co. I Forest, Ohio I1 • 1 Gentlemen: IIi Itll ! We dd buy a qreat many of your b;ns .about twenty I1 " ! ' years aqo and have found them very satisfactory. We now I1 ! %:-:% .::i:::' :: I hove over 250,o00 bushes of such storaqe. ! o ...... :- I S00ocore,y yours, I i I THOMAS D. CAMPBELL llI00 I ! TDC:ek I | • . .. Q ! * llltllttll I RUSSELL BUCKLES l, I II I C# ." II i(::  IN THIS COMMUNITY 'J "  te,l CAL called on Robert Jones and Lillie Green Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Garvey and son Robert motored to Arthur Sun daYMrs.aftern°°n'Mary Guiso, 'Rose and Charles Gulso, Mrs. John Drab- ing, Mrs. Richard :Drabing and sons spent July 4th at the home l of Neal Gulso. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henrichs - brother, meyer spentRiehard,Sundayan d family, with and his S2;y evening with Ewald and Laura Kusterer spent Thursday evening and Friday with her aunt, Mrs. Carl Hild. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kusterer spent Friday evening there and Laura returned home with them. D. W. Y. '. club met t the TuesdaYmembershome of andafternoonlt's.t,oSlaevisitorsV,,itl.Shellhmmerpresen;.fLfteen The afternoon was spent visiting. Refreshments were served. The August meeting 'ill be with Buelah Stopher. Mr. and Mrs. John "Washbond, Bobby Hickman, Mary Jne and Mark Refine spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Levi Powers at Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Payne and children, and Mrs. Frank Leck- rond went to Lincoln Thursday afternoon to see Leon Kaye Payne at the hospital. Sunday Dorothy Pope. Ethel and George Thompson, Robert Copeland and son Robert, Isaac Winders went to Springfield and New g°t D°risSalem.C°pelmdMr " andandMrs.WentFranR t° Copeland and Helen Buckles stay- ed with Leona Copeland. Monday Mrs. Clarence Bowery, Anna Grahann, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cooper and Violet, Mrs. Dora El- len Welch and daughter, Betty Joyce, John Bowers, Mrs. Jennie Copeland and Mrs. J. M. Gray went to Flora to pick blackberries. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Birks went to Lakewood Sunday and visited her cousin, John Duckett and family. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Phillips and Mrs. Jennie Copelltnd spent Fri- day at the home of Clarence Bow- ers. Arthur Copeland and son David of Peoria were there in the afternoon. Sunday afternoon visitors at tae home of Robert Copeland were Mrs. Blanche Irvin au-td Sadie, Ni- antic, Mrs. Alma Bauman and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lipp, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Holmes and sons nd Dorothlene Lipp o.  Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kuster- er and daughter, Audrey went to Rochester Friday and visited Ross Beck and family. Mrs. Kust- erer stayed for a few days visit_ Mr. nd Mrs. Clarence Bowers and John went to Gibson City to visit Mrs. J. M. Gray. Mrs. Gray came home with them for a visit. Mrs. Lloyd Payne and children went to Lincoln Sunday afternoon to see their baby son at the hos- Piuly 8LoCln: .M ;a:,fatr:r THURSDAY, Asa French, came home with her for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Marshall. Dorthea Snodgrass. Rachel Leck- rone, Ross Fleisch and Jasper Madonio of Springfield spent Sun- day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leckrone. Norma Gulso came home Thurs- Kemmer day afternoonfo r anWithoverMisSnightEldredand untilboth inn°°nsurgry Friday a, tVisit'theTheYspring, are field hospital. Norma is training in surgery under Miss Kemmer and other supervisor nurses. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shell- hammer and Dalen and Gordon Bobell had an annual 4th of July celebration at their home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B°wers'Bellat ti'E rnestBOwers HildandMr'Mr'andfamily,andandchildrenMr.MrS'MrS'andMr.Ge°rgeclaudeMrS.and Mrs. Albert Knudson and daugh- Mrs. J. Former Mrs. Mary C. Bicknell, of John Bicknell, 708 apoo street, Lincoln, but resident of Mount ity, died in the Deaco ne in the county seat at 9: WednesdaT, Jply 9. She in ill health for many Decedent was born i City on March 13, 1865, marriage to John plac Sept. 6 1925. member of the and Order of Eastern Star. She is survived by her three step-children, Shipps, of Morton, hester,oneMrs.St°udtbrother,I:)eanlnd. °f Kewanee'cMtliPAmos of Funeral services will ter, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Keck, 2 p.m. Friday in the Mrs. Betty Shellhammer and Her- home, Lincoln. Burial bert Bobell. Russell Goodrich call- Kewaee, Indiana. ed in the evening. __ Don't miss these Saturday Dress Specials--Prices from $I to $3.98. Grace Curtis'. C'OPELAND LDIF ARE GRATEFUL The Ladies' Aid of Copeland church want to thank all who helped in any way in the paint- ing of the church project. buyThoseth eWh°paintraisedthosethewhom°neYdonated, t° those who applied the paint, and those who furnished dinner for the painters. Our heartiest thanks go to each and e#,eryone who helped in any way. Ladies' Aid of Copeland Christian Church. ST. joint's LUTHERAN Ray 0. Zumateim Services for SundaY, Sunday School at Worship Service at 10 A cordial MI|W[IT ICE tSc - BRICK- Bars Dixie$ 5c ICE CREAM AT Brown's The Illinois Casualty Company of Springfield is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert D. 216 South Wash;ng+on Street Mount Pulask;, III;nois Agent & Service Represen OF THE COMPANY IN HIS TERRITORY ,,,, Mr. Aitchison is equipped to provide all erages on passenger automobiles and in t'his pioneer Illinois Stock Insurance C°Sv \\; pany. NON-ASSESSABLE STOCK INS AT A REASONABLE COST