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"tiMs W# Coin Memorial Shrine, where the nartyred presi- :ing f3r + . d e n t practiced .ke in f 'law from 184 A west N to 1855, while :he 1 riding the old ;, at  eighth judi- [-Iise 1  cial circuit, was visited during 11 reins the year 1940 by almost 2,000 who h$ people, coming from almost every ther p$ state in the nation, as well as for- take  eign countries. The Ct Since the Times-News recently of woC printed anotlr list of those reg- around istering in the old historic build- rest. ng, the following have visited there. Cleveland. Ohio---L. S. Lambert. Burley, Idaho Robert S. Van D Hook Omaha, Nebraska Arthur Bur- bank. Plymouth, Wisconsin Lr- rain e Hem. [elliS( Shoultz.Glezen' Indiana__Mrs. Charles Oakland City, Indiana Ruby Arnold. Denver, Colo.--Mrs. Rella E. Walter. From Illinois on, Met SpringfieldMrs. lq.oy G. Hill. 0oL Joe R. Hill, Stephen Hill. L. H. Wick, D. M. Mulcahy, Mrs. Mau- e marice Kepner ul"  , Edward Thompson. dling $# New HollandLeonard Jull. l n Chicago---Mr. and Mrs N L. Brown r prte BushnellMagnolia Pawls Crul by b peer, It of  Lincoln--Mr. and Mrs. Ray E+ -MeChesney, Mr. and Mrs. William }McChesney, Glenn R. Foster. Mattooni. j. Stennett. Latham--_O. E. Stermett. i ChestnutMrs. Richard Baker. Mount Pulaski--Mrs. Roy Lu- mens, Eugene Rentmeister. clar- ; Y!ence L. Bowers, William D. C, ibbs, iDonald Wayne Wible ;W . Florence achter, Maxine and Wilma Horn Betty and Norma Deibert, Virginia and Emma Weckel, Beryl Wachter, John Hill. CHESTNUT " Mr. and Mrs. John Maus took c Ae" her father, J. E. Higdon, to Mount | boarded the Illinois Cen- ral's Green Diamond for St. Lou- ,971.4I s, Mo., to make a visit at the home of his Son, Edward H. Hig- ,,800.00 don ),612.50 .'. r228.49+_ ms Marie Hein, sister, and ' Miss Lorraine Heir,, niece, of Rev. |,300.00 F. W. Hein, returned to Plymouth, L912.41:Wisconsin, last Thursday follow- ing a week's holiday visit with the ;,000 0@ Hein family in the Zion Lutheran "^'00 church parso e. ,v. nag eongrega-on of Zion Luth. ),501.88 eran church, of which Rev. F. W. k594.31 Hein is pastor, held their annual Jbusiness meeting in the church on the afternoon of New Year's day, when officers were elected, as fol- t,000.O0 },912.41 lows: Arthur Everhardt, chairman, re-elected. Edward Buehler, elder re-elected: Raymond Koenig, trus- tee; Alvin Dierker, secretary, re- elected; Clifford Leimbach. treas- None urer, re-elected; Miss Ruth Hein, None !organist; Victor Stall, Sunday hool superintendent; Miss Lyd- None d Hein, Sunday School secretary; None wm Rentschler, Sunday School i'treasurer; Arthur rathwohl, jan- denmly  it.or. knoW" N - , abov A, Goldsmith, principal of mad$i the Chestnut high school and mem- lrmlabers of the basketball team were lier. n s Champaign-Urbana last "Phurs- . ay mght as guests of the Illinois- Axansas basketball game. Others !+accompanying. them were Robert Ditttm, Merritt M. son NoeL TIII MO KI INEWS, MOFJP p][yL&IRK|; IIJ.INOI8 Ball is Ready fo Drop Thru Hillfopper Net Mi!ler came thru {or a dr;re ;n sho" in the {;rst per;od to score after he had lost a t:>sskef by traveling on the precedinq i Barley, Carnahan (3t) ana Talmaqe {221 watch for the results o ?/e SiqOT. Mr. and Mrs. Burdell Myrick, who are preparing to move to Morris, Illinois, were tendered a farewell party Friday evening, Jan. 3, by members of the After- noon Bridge Club and their hus- bands, the event being given in the Canton Tea Garden in Deca- tur. Louis Rentschler went to the visit of four days with relatives. Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Higgins vis- ited Dr. and Mrs. Walker in As- sumption Sunday afternoon. The Walther League held a bus- iness and educational meeting in Zion Lutheran church Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Koenig had as dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lillich, Mrs. Le- Deaconess hospital in Lincoln Sat- era Voile and Mrs. Orene Laugh- urday to receive medical care. ery. Miss Constance Rucker return- ] In Champaign Sunday a group ed to Clinton Sunday following a l of Chestrmt relatives was enter- SPECIAL INDUCEMENT FOR LIMITED TIME On Each and Every CASH PURCHASE OF 5 GALLONS OF GAS WE WILL GIVE YOU l Gal. FREE l OF JOHNSON'S WING "70" GAS 74 Octane Palmerized Guaranteed First Grade I tained at dinner by Miss Norma Stall. Those making the trip were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stall, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Van Tbun, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lakin, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rentsch4er, Misses Elsie Stall, Aurelia Stall, and Leo- nora Rentschler, and Everett Stall; and Mr. and Mrs+ Rell Schroth, the latter two of Mount Pulaski vicinity. The Chestnut Community Club met Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the high school gym with the fol- lowing committees in charge: Re- freshment, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt M. Williams, chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hamblen, Mr. and Mrs. William Bland, Mrs. Sarah Heft, Orville Heft and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hatchett. Entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Humphrey, chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Myrick, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rein- hard t, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Augh- enbaugh and Mr. and Mrs. Vallas Kuntzt. Pie and coffee were ser- ved. ODD FELLOWS INSTALLED OFFICERS TUESDAY NIGHT At their regular meeting in Odd Fellows hall Tuesday night, Jan. 7th, Mount Pulaski Lodge No. 454, L O, O. F., installed the newly el- ected officers, the duty of install- ation being done by District De- puty Grand Master Samuel Earles, as follows : Noble Grand--Henry C. Gruber. Vice Grand--Robert Rothweli. Recording Secretary--Earl Kin- ert. "Financial Secretary James H. Shrader. Treasurer--Ben W. Ely. Appointive Officers: Warden--Samuel Earles. Conductor--Elmer Mier. Right Supporter Noble Grand-- George A. Tomlinson. Left Supporter Noble Grand-- Jesse Litterly. 5 S.E. Corrmr PAGE SEVEN i Right Scene Spporter--William Kelling. Left Scene Supporter -- Elmer Hayes. Inner Guard---Floyd Bobell. Outer Guard--Roy Carter. Right Supporter Vice Grand-- Harrison Vandevender. Left Supporter Vice Grand--Ar- ie Deibert. Chaplain---Oscar W. Mayer. LIBRARY CLUB MET TUESDAY ArERNOON The Mount Pulaski Libraz] Club held its first meeting of 1941 in the library rooms at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday, Jan. 7, in charg e of the president, Mrs. WilSord Scrogo gin. The hostesses were Mrs. Paul E. Beidler. Mrs. H. B. Kent, Mrs. Herbert Sivers, Mrs. George Underhill. Mrs. O. G. Bryant gave a book review of "The Exile" in an enter- taining and pleasing manner. MISs Delores Fleagle, in her usual charming way, contributed two vocal numbers, with piano accom- paniment by Miss Rhoda Schaffen- acker. The club voted to keep the li- brary open over noon hour one day a week to accommodate the township high school students. The day will soon be announced. The decorations were in white and silver, and with the snow out- side, a reminder of winter was the result. I . At the close of the business sea- stun and program refreshments w,re served. Dumng the holiday vacation time Miss Grace Rothwell visffed in Akron. Ohio, with her sigter, Mrs. Richard Downing, and in Cleveland with friends. Mrs. Henry Blackord, employ- ed in the postoffice, went to Le- roy Wednesday evening to remain the balance of the week visiting her sister, Mrs. Paul Johnson. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Report of the Condition of THE FARMERS BANK OF MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS transmitted in response to call of the Auditor of Public Ac- counts, pursuant to law and showin condition at the close of business on the 31st day of Decemher, 1940. RESOURCES 1. Cash and due from banks ................... $267,644.28 3. United States Government obligations, direct andlor fully guaranteed .................... 69,100.00 4. Other bonds, stocks and se curities .......... 18,180.00 5. Loans and discounts ....................... 395,171.11 6. Overdrafts .............. 340.99 7. Banking house $7,000.00; -rTne-anh--Li tures $2,250.00 ............................ 9,250.00 8. Other real estate .......................... 5.00 Grand Total Resources ..................... $759,691.38 LIABILITIES 12. Capital stock ............................. $100,000.00 14. Surplus ................................. 20.000.00 15. Undivided profits (Net) .................... 28.241.52 16. Reserve accounts .......................... 5,000.00 17. Demand deposits .......................... 280,500.85 18. Time denosits ............ : ................ 310,465.09 19. Due to banks ............................. 15,483.92 Total of deposits: (1) Secured by pledge of loans and+or in- vetments ............... None (21 Not eeured by pledge of loans and!or investments .............. $606,449.86 (3) 'fatal deposits ......... $606,449.86 Grand Totu] Liabilities .................... $759,691.38 MEMORANDUM: Loans and Investments Pledged to Secure Liabilities: 26. Loans and investments pledged: (a) U. S. Governmen obligations direct and]or fully guaranteed ................ None Total Pledged (excluding rediscountsl .... None 27. Pledged: + (a) ;.st U. S. Government and postal sa' deposits ...................... None TOTAL_EDGED ......................... None The b has outstanding $25,000.00 face amount of Defer- red Certificates payable solely out of future net profits, if and when such future net profits are earned (future net profits are operating profits plus recoveries, less charge-offs, and proper provision for reserves) representing contributions to the bank and subordinated to all deposit and creditor liabilities but pay- able before any distribution to stockholders as such. I, G. A. Voile, Cashier of The Farmers Bank of Mount Pulas ki, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, and that the items and a- mounts shown above agree with the items and amounts shown in the report made to the Auditor of Public Accounts, State of Illinois, pursuant to law. G. A. VOLLE, Cashier Correct Attest: T. A. Scroggin, Ira Veail, Directors. State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd day of January, 1941. Seal) M. in Bank under the ment of as amended 1, 1934, J