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i: THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS f Lincoln Gets the Tipoff in Annual Baffle McCain, Mount Pulaski center, much shorter than h;s opponent Leisch, went up hiqher in the air and missed the tip by a fraction. Miller, left, and Biley look on. nois State Normal University, I Normal, and they were taken !back to that city Sunday by Mr. !Fred Horn and daughter Miss E1- !oise, and Mrs. Miller. Herschel Vandevender, an in- structor in the Champaign Junior high school returned to that city Sunday following a holiday vaca- tion visit three miles north of Mount Pulaski with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Vandev- ender. Miss Barbara Phinney returned home last Thursday from Spring- field where she spent a number of weeks, as a surgical patient in St. John's hospital, and a visit in the home of her aunt, Mrs. Wesley Hutchinson. Miss Phinney's moth- er, Mrs. Eugene G. Phirmey, was in Springfield with her all during her illness. Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb C. Zah visited in Decatur Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Frances Schmidt. Eldon Lynn Mallinson of Lin- coln was one of twenty central Il- linois young men who departed from Springfield Monday for tl Great Lakes Naval Training Sta- tion, North of Chicago, for prelim- inary training before being as- signed to a naval base or ship. Eldon lived in Mount Pulaski as a small child, his parents opera- ting a restaurant. Bernard Wittrock, who visited in the city during the holiday va- cation with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. H. Wittrock. left Monday evening for St. Louis, Mo., to re- studies in Concordia aeZ six Local Events In Peoria on Dec. 22, a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ste- net, and has been named Charles Don. The mother was formerly Miss Julia Cunninghan, daughter or Charles and Ernilie Obermiller Cunningham, of Peoria, and granddaughter of Mrs. Julia Ober- miller of Mmmt Pulaski. The Ste- ner baby is the fifth great xgrand- child of Mrs. Obermiller, and all are boys. Miss Mary Long, wlo lives With her sister, Mrs. William A. Schwoerer, has been in failing health for many months. She was again taken last Thursday to St. Clara's hospital in Lincoln for medical care. Edwin Wait, who spent the holi- day vacation here visiting his par- ents, Dr. and Mrs. . F. Wait, re- turned to Chicago Sunday, where he is a student in the Northwest- ern University School of Dentis- try. John Ryan of Chicago was a guest Sunday of John E. Dillsaver at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Dfllsaver. Both young men are employed at the state house in Springfield. Virgil Collett, who operates the Modern Beauty Shop above the O. & f., Grocery, visited during the holidays in Rook Falls with 2ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Col- lett, returning to Mount Pulaski New Year's day. Jacob Bertsche of this commun- ity returned home Saturday from St. LOuis, Mo., where he visited relatives during part of the holi- day seasom John Hill, who was formerly employed on farms in this com- munity arrived in the city Sunday after an alence of wbout four years. He said he had been in New Orleans, I, most of that time. Mrs. Wflford Scroggin visited in Ulema during part of last week with Mrs. Carolyn Myers and son MorrlB. Gilbert F. Spenler went to Chi- cago rueBday night, sh{pping a carload of cattle and hogs to that market over the Illinois Central. Mre. Mac Druhe of St. Louis, Mo;, arrived in the city Monday tq visit relatives, Mr. and Mrs. tam A. Schwoerer and family. iAt their home on Garden street New Year's day Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam B. Jenner entertained sev- ,eral. selatives and friends at din- per. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ottmar E. Wagner, Mr. and MrGeorge S. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Wagner, Mr. and ]7rs. Walter A. Schafer, Misses Florence Wagner, Della M. An- derma, Tlllie Klot and Anna Roth. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wells vis- ited in Springfield Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pause and daughter Nora Mac. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rule made an autO trip to Bloomington Sun- day, taking heir son George back tO his studies at the Illinois Wes- leyan University after a holiday vacation visit at home. They were accompanied .by their daughter, Mrs. Arthur Gehlbach of Lincoln. Walter Bobell returned to Bloomington Friday after a holl- t day visit of several days with his! t sister, Mrs. John Weakiey, and brother, Ferdinand Bobell. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tomlinson and daughter Beth Elane, of Rut- land, spent part of the holidays visiting in the city with their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. eorge A. Tomlinson, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam- uel Eaxles. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lucas and four children, living three miles south of city, visited in Princeton, Indiana, over Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sehultz, who accompanied them home and spent the holidays. Mrs. Lucas' sister, Mrs. Clarence Craft, and daughter Shirley, of Lockport, Ill., also made a holi- day visit at the Lucas home, and returned to Lockport Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Baumann departed Monday for New Smyr- na, Fla., to remain until spring visitng friends, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam F. Mielke and daughter Miss Marjorie, wlm spent the summer and fall months in Mount Pulas- ki with Mrs. Mielke's sister, Miss Katie Kefl. Miss Marion Miller spent the holiday vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Miller, while Miss Beryl Wachter visited southeast of city with her folks, I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wachter. ] sume hiS The girls are students at the llli- Seminary. SHEETS FUNERAL HOME &LVIN AHRENS MARVIN HUTC2-ICRAY'r Phone 263 FOR WINTER DRIVING G-gal. BONDED ETHYL 6AS $1.OS WINTER OILS LABORATORY TESTED ALCOHOL 49c PRESTONE $2.65 ....  iIII1 Heat -- Correctly Sized T.L. W STOLL E BONDED ANTI-FREEZE SUPER PYRO $1.00 GAL. ZERONE & I. lmm $01 EtL Mr. and Mrs. Christian Drobisch and son Walter were in Decatur Monday and attended the funeral of Eli D. Huston. When the Ladies' Aid Society of St. John's Lutheran ctmrch met at the home of Mrs. Tillie England on the afternoon of Thursday, Jan. 2, the following officers were re- elected to serve during 1941: Mrs. Louis F. Weidenbacher, president; Mrs. Herman Hahn, secretary; Mrs. Emma Drobisch, treasurer. The Sewing Circle of Zion Luth- eran church met in the church basement at 1:30 p. m. Wednes- day with Miss Katie Keil a.s host- eSS. Mrs. George Rupp was hostess to the Twentieth Century Club Saturday afternoon at-her home on North Vine street. Five Hun- dred was the diversion, the prize awards going to Mrs. T. A. Scrog- gin, Mrs. Alma M. Reinders and Mrs. Harry Wells. At the next club meeting Mrs. Albert F. Lipp will be hostess. At the close of mass Sunday morning in St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic church, the annual elec- tion of officers of the Holy Name Society was held, resulting as fol- lows: Michael Tierney, president; F r a n k 1 i n Commlley, secretary; John E. Dillsaver, treasurer. During the Noliday season Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. Ellis visited in Rockford with their daughter, Mrs. Justin Whittaker, and hus- band. They were also guests in Freeport of old friends, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Shunk. Mrs. Marie Van Hook and daughter Miss Betty, and Miss Barbara Barnes, returned from Chicago Sunday evening following a visit of several, days with the former's son, Harry Van Hook. Emmerson Horn injured his right elbow several weeks ago, but at first he did "not think it was serious. Suddenly suffering in- tense pain, an X-ray examination was made and it was discovered that the "crazy bone" had been splintered. After having the arm in a cast for many days, it has THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, been removed and the elboWi  showing marked improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene visited in Sterling New Years @ hous with a friend, Julian Schmidt, f lic s merly of Mount Pulaski. coln The freezing weather tlMs w# has provided good s:ating fJr large number at the lake in | city park in the southwest of town. To be exact, the 1 was made by WPA men, at  location of the old Van Hise which many readers will rem$ the ber, among them people who he peopl long since located in other p$ state of the country and still take  eign old home town paper. The ct Sin has provided a big pile of  print, and the skaters gather around isteri camp fire each night to rest. ng, ' there i Bu WANTED o bank -for-- Pi rain National Deten00000000lo Col Arnol De Walt All Kinds of Scrap Iron, Met Spz ale, Hides and WooL Joe Wick You will receive more mOrice by bringing direc to our  N ton plant than by selling c traveling bueyrs. We also neell]ro" more poultry at higher  Bu You will save money by Speer Lug stock and meat salt of  IAn. dcCh McCh I Mal Lat JACOB TICK I oh Mo cas, Dependable Dealer 48 Yetr$!ence in Clinton !Donal OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Report of the Condition of the Wach ledge and belief, and that the items and amounts shown above agree with the items and amouas shown in the report to the Auditor of Public Accounts, State of Illinois, to law. E. M. CULP, Cashier. Correct Attest: Anna M. Volle, G. A. Volle, Directors. State of Illinois. County of Logan, ss. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of 1941. G.E. VOLI (Seal) in this Bank insured the United States Act of and as amended 1, 19L Memorandum: Loans and Inveslnents Pledged to Secure Liabilities: 26. Loans and investments pledged: (a) U.S. Government obligations direct and[or fully guaranteed ......................... Total Pledged (excluding re-discounts ......... 27. Pledged: (a) Against U. S. Government and postal sav- ings deposits ............................ TOTAL PLEDGED ........................ I E. M. Culp, Cashier of theabove named bank, do swear that the above statement is true to the best of LATHAM, ILLINOIS Mr. transmitted in response to call of the Auditor of Public Ae" her fa counts, pursuant to law and showing condition at the else of ulas business on the 31st day of December, 1940. t vhe r RESOURCES [ral's 1. Cash and due from banks ................... $ 96,971.4 s, 3. United States Government obligations, direct home andlor fully guaranteed ..................... 52,800.00 ;do n 4. 0tler bonds, stocks and securities ........... 29,612.5@ '. 5. Loans and discounts ....................... 177 228.49 _ m 7. Banking house $3,000.00; Furniture and fix- ' 'Miss tures $300.00 3,300.00F. W. Grand Total fi------------l----il--:l----il-------- $359,912.41 Wis !ing a LIABILITIES ]% Capital stock $ 25,000 00"l ein " .............................. - "- c turc 14. Surplus .................................. 8,b.u 15. Undivided profits (Net) .................... 9,316.2 Th 16. Reserve accounts .......................... 3,500.00 17. Demand deposits ........................... 209,501.881 eran 18. Time deposits ............................. 106,594.31 Hei n Total of deposits: busin( (2) Not secured by pledge of loans and!or investments .............. $316,096.19 the (3) Total deposits ......... $316,096.19 when 22. Dividends Unpaid ......................... 1,000.00 lows. Grand Total Liabilities ................... $359,912.41 re-ele re-ele tee; electe None trer, None orga hoo STATE BANK OF LATHAM,