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CLUB NOTES The Gleaner's Class of the St. oThn's Lutheran Church, will be gin their 1961 meetings Thurs- day, Jan. 12 at 2 p.m., at the home of Mrs. John T. Downing. The Past Presidents' Club of the Woman's Club will meet Satur- day, Jan. 7, at 12 noon, for a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Merritt Williams at 3225 Holly Dr., Decatur. She formerly lived in Chestnut. The Literature Unit of the Wo- man's Club met Tuesday, Jan. 3, at 8 p.m., with Mrs. Elmer Schaffenacker. The reviewer was Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger of Chest- nut. The DWYW Club will meet Tuesday, Jan. 10 at the home of Mrs. Wilhelm Baumann at 1:30 P.m. The Birks Community Club will meet Friday, Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m. The program committee consists of Mr. and Mrs..Ernest Hild and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kitchen. Home Bureau Unit I will meet in the Legion Home on Friday, Jan. 6, at 2 p.m. The major les- son, "Health Practices for a Hap- PY Family," will be given by Mrs. Mabel Albrecht, Home Adviser. The short feature, "Make Good Things to Eat With Milk and Eggs", will be given by Mrs. Mar- nyn Wilhelm. The Mentor Graham Unit of the AIM hospital axiliary meets on Tuesday, Jan. 10 at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. John Curtis on East Chestnut St. Members will com- plete the January tray favors so please bring your scissors. The Order of Eastern Star will meet Monday, Jan. 9, at 7:30 p. rn. in the Masonic Hall. The com- mittee for the social hour con- sists of ,Mr and Mrs. Elmer Hayes and Miss Pauline Bender. Girl Scout Troop 236 met at the Recreation Center, Tuesday, Jan. 3. Plans were discussed for the cOming months. Each girl hopes to have her 2rid Class Badge by June. New officers were elected as follows: President, Marjorie GOodman; Vice-President, Starr Ann Broughton; Secretary, Jean Maxheimer; Treasurer, Kay Schaffenacker; Reporter, oJ Ann Schott. Jo Ann Schott, Reporter. The meeting of Troop No. 374, Girl Scouts, was held at the Re- creation Center on Tuesday, Jan. 3. The following officers were elected: President, Pamela Weck- el; Vice-President, Pamela Scrog- gin; Secretary, Darla Freehlich; Treasurer, Kathy Prather; Report- er, Leslie Thornton. Camp fold- ers were handed out. It was de- cided to make a gift for Valen- tine's Day and to have a party. Leslie Thornton, Reporter The 20th Century Club will meet with Mrs. Fred Froehlich on Wednesday, Jan. 11, at 2 p.m. The Mary Todd Unit of the ALM Auxiliary will meet Wed- nesday, Jan. 11, at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Mae Kretzinger, in Chestnut. It is hoped that the.re Will be a large turnout as table decorations are going to be made for the annual style show ban- quet at which time the Queen is chosen from various candidates. The Mount Pulaski Home Bu- reau Unit II will meet at the home of Mrs. Otto Ey, Monday, Jan. 9, with a potluck supper at 6 p.m. The major topic "Social Development of the Family" will be presented by Mrs. Eugene Geyer and Mrs. Floyd Schaffe- hacker. Roll call will be a New Year's Resolution. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper V'ech had a family turkey dinner New Year's Day. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Gayland Green and daughters, Sharon and Jaquelin, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mueller and Chrisie, Cindy and Mr. and Mrs. Silas Lowe, r., of Mount Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. Bud Veech and children, Mike, Jim, Kathleen and Chucky, of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Delmarl eec h and daughters, Monica and aa__rcia of West Palm Beach, Fla., Were unable to be present. The Rebekah Lodge No. 313, Will hold formal installation of officers on Friday, Jan. 13, at 7:30 ri Installatlng officers are Di-s President Mildred Maddox and her staff. .Tbe regular meting of the Li- Orary Club was to have been held Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 9, but circumstances caused the meeting to be cancelled. They will meet on the first Tuesday in February. UTAH VISITORS HERE FOR HOLIDAYS Mrs. Jessie Masterson of Salt Lake City, Utah, departed last Friday for her home following a few days holiday visit in Logan county with his sisters and broth- er, Mrs. Larue Foster and Mrs. Frank Ball in Lincoln; Mrs Ed- ward Dittus and Dean Cullen in Mount Pulaski During this time there were family dinners at the various homes Friday, Dec. 30, the group gath- ered at the Dittus home north of the city on Route 121, for a fare- well dinner honoring Mrs. Mat- erson, who left for the west on Saturday. Those present on this occasion besides Mrs. Masterson were Mr. and Mrs. Larue Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lolling, Frank Ball, 'Janice Ball of Lincoln; Judith Mortimer of Hinsdale; Mrs. Del. mar Slagell of Springfield; Mrs. James Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cullen and sons, Stephen and Robert, of Mt. Pulaski. CHRISTMAS DINNER SERVED AT KARL DITTUS HOME On Wednesday, Dec. 28th, the annual Dittus Christmas Dinner was served in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Dittus. Those at- tending were: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schaffe- nacker, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Schaffenacker and children, Carol, Nancy Jo and Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dittus and children, Lynne Bobby and Barbara Jean, Mr. and l Mrs. William Dittus and children, ! Connie and Julia Ann, Harold and i Marilyn Schaffenacker, all of Mt. ] Pulaski community; Mr and Mrs, Loren Dittus and children, Mark i and Ann Marie of Decatur; and, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Slagell, of Springfield. New We00ern Style Mr.  High School iother caus00 Dance LegOll Class lmketlmll Schedule hiele accidents account for of the fatalities in this age A new series of Western Style Sat., Jan. 7--Atlanta, here or more than 9,000 deaths a Square Dance lessons will begin Frl., Jan. 13--Lakeview, there Sat, Jan. 21--- City Toum Sunday afternoon, Jan. 8, at 2 Tues., Jan. 24--Elkhart, here Normal: Having the o'clock, in the Tomlil%son Recre- Wed., Jan. 25--St. Teresa, there peculiarities. ation Center, Mt Pulaski. There Tues., Jan. 31--Mt Zion, there Lieut. Commander: will be 10 lessons and the charge Tues., Feb. 7--Feitshans, here , a Lieutenant. is $1000. Fri., Feb. 10---Mason City, here If new members do not enjoy Fri., Feb. 17--Athens, there Tycoon: A man who runs their first square dance lesson, Sat., Feb. 18---Lanphier, there silk worm farm. their money will be refunded. Tues., Feb. 21--Farmer City, there Idealist: A pemon who Graduation exercises with di-Fri., Feb. 24--Warrensburg, here to keei politics out of plomas were held on Thursday GRADE SCHEDULE evening of this week, at the Re- B IR T H S creation Center, for the class that Mon., Jan. 9---Mason City, there just completed its sessions. Other Mon., Jan. 16--Stephen Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. Frann Western Style Dancers were there are parefits of a daughter, guests. Thurs., Jan. 19--Lincoln, there Thursday, Dec. 29, in Those interested should contact Mon., Jan. 23--Lakeview, here pital, Lincoln. Mrs, Euniee Lloyd Turner or Dick Hayes. Thurs., Feb. 2--Clinton, there devender is a Mon., Feb. 6--MacArthur, there baby. Polio Drive To Thurs., Feb. 16---Lincoln, here Mr. and Mrs. Mon., Feb. 20--Clinton, here parents of a Gel IIMI m# ALM hospital, Friday, , , ,,n,,erw,,y The National Safety Council Mr. and Mrs. Robert ] Mrs. Elils Downing, as chair- says that more college-age peo-Latham, are parents of'a man of the Polio Drive, and Aus- ple are killed each year by ac-i ter, born Friday, Dec. 30, tin W. Schaffenacker, as Secre- cidents than by all diseases and DMC hospital at Decatur., tary-Treasurer, in Mt. Pulaski Township, will attend the Kick- Off meeting tonlgrlt, (Thursday) in Lincoln. There will be more details in next week's paper. Mrs. Downing states that if any one is crippled from polio or arth- ritis, or diseases advertised on the Polio posters, they should contact their physician, as there are plenty of Polio funds to cover the expense. NOTE OF TH$fflLq I want to thank my friends and relatives for cards, gifts and other remembrances while I was a medical patient at the ALM hospital. Patricia Shanle DePoister. IN APPRECIATION I want to thank my friends and relatives for their many cards and visits while I was a patient at the Decatur Macon County Hospital. They were greatly ap- preciated. Mrs. Louis Bellatti. SEE US BEFORE BUYING MONUMENTS or Grave Markers All Colors and Sizes LATHAM, ILLINOIS SCHAHL Home For FUNERALS Mt. Pulaski Dial SW 2-3235 DAY OR NIGHT Our Phone Is Attended 24 Hours A Day 7 Days A Week Schahl Funeral Home Mount Pulaski, minois AMBULANCE SERVICE WANTADg or 00jou ! I SEE FRED HOLMES FOR YOUR TRENCH WORK In Making Sewer Connections DIAL S'W 2-5617 MOUNT OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Report of Condition of BANK OF CHESTNUT of Chestnut in the State of Illinois at the close of businegs ; December 31, 1960. Published in response to Call of Conrad F. Becker, Director of Financial Institutions. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash items in pro- eoss of collection ...................... : .......................... $ 2. United States Government obligations, dl- reel and guaranteed ......................................... 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures..... .......... 6. Loans and discounts (including None overdrafts) ............................................................. 7. Bank premises owned $131.00; furniture and fixtures $3,357.54 ...... .:. .......................................... (Bank premises owned are subject to None liens not assumed by bank) Real estate owned other than bank prem- ises ............................................................................ TOTAL ASSETS ...................................................... LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partner ships, and corporations ...................................... $ Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ........................................ . .......... Deposits of United States Government (in- cluding postal savings) ...................................... Deposits of States and political subdivisions Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) .......................................................... TOTAL DEPOSITS ................... $1,022,393.76 ) TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including sub- ordinated obligations shown below ................ $1,022393.76 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital (par value per share $100.00) ............ $ 26. Surplus ............................................................... 27. Undivided profits ............................................... 28. Reserves .................................................................. $ 5,000. 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......................... $ 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ............................................................ MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes .................... $ Clifford Leimbach, Cashier, of the above.named I, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, that it fully and correctly represents the true state of several matters herein contained and set forth, to the of my knowledge and belief Clifford Lelmbach, Correct--Attest: Win. H. Leimbach Eugene Kretzinger Michael Drake, Directors. State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 4th day of 1961. (SEAL) Theckla Stoll, Notar My Commission expires Aug. 3, 1963, /