On October 10, 1948, Paul Celner together with his older brother, was driving along a public road and stopped underneath a large walnut tree for the purpose of gathering walnuts. Paul Celner, a youth of eighteen years of age, told his brother that he would climb the tree and either shake, or knock down some more nuts. He did climb the tree and after a short...
CELNER v. CENTRAL ILL. ELEC. & GAS CO.
343 Ill. App. 310 (1951)
99 N.E.2d 214
Paul Celner, by Josephine Celner, his mother and next friend, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Central Illinois Electric and Gas Company, Defendant-Appellee.
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Opinion filed May 16, 1951.
Released for publication June 20, 1951.
Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
HYER, GILL & BROWN, of Rockford, for appellee.
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