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JANUARY 9, 1940 stor m. KENNEY FatheJ MISS JEN"NIE ROWE Correspondent :is glory""-'----- ul lov@Yd Abbott Appointed 0 a. m.ay Chairman tho un.@'lovdyd Abbott has been appoint- chairman for the fund drive ': infantile paralysis victiuns and )ATE rxqging for a general tag day of IP this community for Saturday, ttary 18th. He is seeking as- of srance of churches, schools, lodg- and ),Conno#jsn t other organizations. At DeWitt county has only nistrat victim of this disease, Nor- )'Connon Thomas, seventeen year old .ppointeton ourt d YOuth. d havi T  -- es publiC, " ij. Club Elects ,nday ce for Year same  E T nonth,  C Club was enter- ..... ܱn ed at the home of Mrs John ires ma:j dge Thursday. A pot luck te on ne was enjoyed by the twelve issuanC's a n d sixteen guests Rent_ )GGIN ! . fistra cers elected for the coming tare Mrs. Charles Corm, pres- ====== ; Mrs. Leo Shepherd, vice- i ident; Mrs. H. Aughenbaugh, rebl.. mlre: and Mrs. Ivon Kemp,  Charlene Gupton daugh, ter t ries e,pton,  Elrt, and land Bandt, son of Mrs. Maye mdt of Lincoln, were married eOkuk, Iowa, .bY Rev. George le bride is a graduate of Elk- L connunity tMgh school, and t !ePloyed as in stenographer of the nnno00 ! 'geney Relief Commission. ridegroom works at the t of the Lincoln Concrete Pro- . Co. They will reside in Lin- ------.-__.. flool at Tracy's Care have aaled and given a special and without doubt are mot beautiful flr in any home in central Illinois. Cromwell and Harold left Tuesday for St- Albi- Trade School at Sycamore, 11- Lad/s' Aid Society will with Mrs. The assistant hostess- be Mrs. John Crowen, Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Claude Nel- Ladies' Eaild will meet THE MOUNT PUL/tgK TIMES-NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, rLLrNOIS Subway on East Edge of City is Fine Improvement The new subway on State Route 121, under the Svrinqfield division Illinois Central railroad tracks located in the east part of ount Pulaski at the foot of Cooke street, five blocks from the public square, has been completed by the contractors, the Sanqamo Construction Co. Sprinqfield. The work of buildinq required about five months, and durinq thls time traffic w.as detoured over Vine street. Just before the holidays the subway was opened to traffic, and is provinq a qreat benefit to motorists as well as savlnq them several minutes. The new subway re!aces the temporary one buitf f the time Route 121 was constructed alonq the east side of the city. It was one of the four major improvements in Mount Pulaski and vicinity durlncl 1940. with Mrs. C. F. Alexander Friday Harve Goul and other relatives for afternoon. The assistant hostesses la week, left Saturday to assume i are Mrs F M Blome Mrs Sabra . ..... l her duhes as school teacher m Ak- Buchanan, Mrs. William Johns- ron. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Butler and ' Raymond Cromwell and Harold Roney will leave Tuesday for St. ton and M. Robert Monts. Mrs. W. B. Montgonery left Fri- day for Sulphur Springs, Florida, where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Derricks. New Year's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Rowe were Mr. and Mrs. William DeJarnette of Peoria, Mr. and Mxs: Chaxles Griffin and little son Abner, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Rowe and Barbara and the Misses Jennie and Alice Rowe. The Kenney Bridge Club met on Friday night with Miss Hazel Mills. Prize winners were Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Rowe. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bucks and family of New Castle, Ind., who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brady, left Saturday for their home. Shirley Henson arrived home from Chicago Sunday after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. James Boldrey. Miss Maud Goul of Akron, Ohio, who has been visiting her father, Albions trade school at Syracuse. Dale Wilson arrived from Cali- fornia Saturday after four weeks visit with relatives. Mrs. Felix Handcock of Green- view, Ind., Monday was visiting her mother, Mrs. Ida Todd who has been seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. vernon Butler and Mrs. W. B. Montgomery left Fri- day for Sulphur Springs, Fla., where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Derricks. LAKE FORK MRS. HARRY PIATT Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. Willis Gaffney bed Dr. Margaret Lushbaugh CHIROPODIST -- FOOT SPECIALIST N. LMrayeHe St. PHONE 125 MOUNT PULASKI, iLLiNOiS (]OFF FUNERAL HOME "TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" PHONE LINCOLN 1234 HERBERT LENZ Lincoln's Leading Optometrist and Manufacturing Optician Uncoln, ill Phone 1062 t il as New Year's dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. James Robison and daughter Lucy, of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fuiten and family. Mrs. Ivy Neal, daughter Fran- ces and son Darrell returned home Tuesday o last week from Ken- tucky, where they had been visit- ing relatives since Christmas day. Miss Maxine Burton of Clinton visted a few days last week wit Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bohn and other friends. Miss Mary McCullougb of At- lanta visited a few days last week at the home of Mrs. Pearl Comb and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Johnn of Clinton spent New Year's eve and New Year's day at the home of Mrs. C, M. Shinn. Rev. Earl Hargrove of the Lin- coln Christian church came over last Thursday night and brought a crowd of young folks to sing and Mrs. Lawrence Pugh celebrated her 66th birthday Saturday, Jan. 4. In the evening she was surpris- ed when Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mile- ham and family, Taylor Purley and Charles Bohn came in wi4 sandwiches, and Miss Mary Alice presented her with a big birtllay cake. The evening Wall pent tll a social way. All left later wishing her many more happy birthdays. play. lie delivered a wonderful sermon and a very nice crowd st- tended. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Piatt of Decatur. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pi- att and Mrs. Chloe Jenner spent the day Sunday in Hartsburg't the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. I Plate. Mrs. Blanche Peat of Chicago is visiting with her mother, Mrs. G. A. Stults. Harold Stu!ts of near Edinburg is also visiting at the Dtuits home. Mrs. Horace Ellis, who has been down in Evansville, Ind., the past two months, came back Friday to visit a few days wth her sister, Mrs. Otle Bryant and father, Charles lber, at Lincoln. They are thinking of moving to Evans- ville. Lots of shelled corn now coming into the elevators here to be load- ed out. I I I DARBY SONOOL of DANCING MOUNT PULASKI BRANCH REGISTER NOW for NEW CLASSES Starf- in 9 fhe Midge of January Class Forrn;j in Ballroom For High School Students REGISTER ON TUESDAY Afternoons of each week. Hours 2 P. M. to6 P. M. STUDIO: Rear of Dr. Waif's Office I CONDENSED STATEMENT OF The First National Bank MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31, 1740 RESOURCES: Loans and Discounts ................ $478,509.19 Overdrafts ................................ 133.5 1 U. S. Gov'f. Obligations ....... 91,500.00 Other Bonds & Securities ........ 103,$54.80 Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 3,8S0.00 Building & Fixtures ................... 8,715.21 Other Real Estate Owned ...... 6,005.00 Other Assets ............................ II ,008.96 CASH & DUE FROM BANKS 267,890.91 $97 I, 167.58 'LIABILITIES: Capital Stock .......................... $100,000.00 Surplus ...................................... 27,500.00 Profits and Reserves ................ 26,66S.70 DEPOSITS ................................ 817,001.g8 $971,167.58