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PAGE FOURTEEN COPELAND MRS. NEAL GULSO Correspondent a 101 was the attendance at Sun- clay School Sunday. James Follis spent Sunday ev- ening with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gulso. Mr. Charles Herring and Maude and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henrichs- meyer spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver GuLso and Mary Sivia. Mrs. Robert Copeland spent Friday with her mother, Mrs. J. O. Leonar(L Mrs. Mertice Meister spent Sat- tlrday with Mrs. Fanny Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henrichsmey- er and Maude Herring were in Lincoln Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shell- hammer and Mr. and Mrs. Irene Hild and family spent Sunday with Mrs. James Shellharnzner. 'Birls Club will meet Friday ev- ening, January 10. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stopher and fmmily spent Sunday with .Mrf. Celia Poffenbarger and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poffenbarger. Mr, and Mrs. John Welch and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Froschauer and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Coopers. Hecbert Shelhammer was at Petersburg Saturday. , Mrs. Charles Woods spent Sat- urday afternoon with Mrs. Clara loe. ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stopher hda New Year's dinner. Those present were Mrs. Celia Poffen- barger and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poenbarger. ' Mrs. Jenny Birks had a birth- day dinner Jan. 4. Mrs. Birks and lred Bellatti celebrated their birthdays. Those present were Mr. o and Mrs. Fred Bellatti and son iUdll, Mr. and Mrs. George Sto- pher, Mr. and Mrs. Frances Roh- el" and Mabel Katherine Follis. i i, ill His Orchestra. The Armory, I)e0atur Tues., Jan. 14 Admission ... $1 Person THE MOUNT plJtRIK! NEqVS, MOUNT plt_SlCIL IrlrJLlrwol/j THURSDAY, SANUARY 9, Another Basket Goes Thru for Hilltoppers Buckles came in a fast play and sank a counter in the last peri- od. Le;sch and Fuhrer took on. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stopher were hosts at a New Year's oyster supper. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. George Stopher, Mr. and Mrs. Frances Roher, Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poffenbarger and Ambrose Witt. Mrs. Fred Rising and son Jack spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. :Neal Gulso and family and Mrs. John Drabing was there in the fternoon. Miss Mary Sivia spent the week end in Springfield w-ith her moth- er. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Holmes and family spent Sunday at: the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Copeland and son Robert and Eth- el Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lee and family took supper with Charles Herring and Maude. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henrichsmeyer and Mr. and Ms. Walter Baker were there in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oulso spent Sunday in Decatur with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Waddell and Dorotly, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guntern. Violet Copper called on Mac Shellhammer Monday. Bert Morse of Augusta, Illinois, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Webster But- ler and daughter Helen. Mr. and Mrn. Louis Bellatti and Billy Dubs, Mr. and Mrs. John Washbond, Bobby Hickman spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Washbond of Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Artimr Sutherland spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. clarence Bowers and family. The D. W. Y. W. Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Ernest Hild on Tuesday, Jan. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Drabing and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ketchum spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wilham and family. Mrs. Neal Gulso and daughter Mary, Mrs. John Drabing and Jo Ann and Richard Drabing spent New Year's with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Drabing and family of Ma- son City. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Musser and: Russ, el Goodrich attended the an- nual New Year's dinner at the I home of his sisters, Mrs. Frank Miller, at Macon. Dr. Brownbeck and Quincy Wel- I ler of Lincoln spent Thursday eve- J ning with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bel- I latti. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Henrichs- meyer and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henrichs- meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bellatti and Billy Duhs, Mr. and Mrs. John Washbond and Billy Hickman, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shellhammer were supper guests Monday eve- ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bellatti and son Udell. Maude Herring took dinner with Joyce Bowers Sunday. Joyce and Maude drove to Middletown in the afternoon. Joyce formerly taught there. Mr.nd Mrs. Floyd Miester and family were in Decatttr Sunday and spent the afternoon qth her mother, Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. Celia Poffenbarger spent Thursday and Friday with Homer Poffenbarger. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bowers had relatives as guests Thursday and Friday, her cousin, Herman Sprinner of Independence, Ken., and his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Brown of Chicago. The Mount Pulaski THEATRE FRI. AND SAT. Jammry I0 and II DOUBLE FEATURE No. I "THE SECRET SEVEN" with Florence Rice - Bruce Bennett No. 2 "PASSPORT TO ALCATRAZ" with Jack Holt -- Noah Beery, Jr. SUN. AND MON. January 12 and 18 "DOWN ARGENTINE WAY" In Technicolor with Don Ameche  Betty Grable Carmen Miranda Charlotte Greenwood WED. AND THUR January 15 and 16 Else Maxwell's "PUBLIC DEB. NO. I" with Brend Joyce  George Murphy Else Maxwell -- Mischa Auer Charlie Rug@les AUSTIN MISS HATTIE KERWOOD Correspondent .11 The sunshine was welcomed Thursday. The "spring" weather ended Friday night. It was 4 above zero Sunday morning. A light snow Friday night. Grandma Carl visited her grand- daughter, Mrs. Clarence Rau, Sat- urday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rau enter- rained relatives at a New Year's dinner. Her mother, Mrs. A. B. Potter of Decatur, who has been ill for some time, was able to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Nesbitt of Kenney, were Friday evening callers at H. Kerwoods. Helen Heiserman spent Sunday after- noon there. Mr. and Mrs. V. Hetzler spent Friday evening at John Johnstous Saturday night and Sunday at Chas. Colburns near Beason, and were supper guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson in Decatur. Forty-seven were present for Sunday school. A 20-cent birth- day offering was received Maxine Little . The young folks held a watd:(Cor party Tuesday night at the churd---- Ladies' Aid meets Tuesday wt--Sh Mrs. H. Jobw.ston. W. M. S. mes Fo: with Mrs. Doolen Thursday. l, Li] Lauren Emery is on the sid-M: list. ve c Joe Goretzke has a new car. | in ?ia. TWO LOGAN YOUNG MEN tIL VOLUNTEER FOR AILM'Y Harry Marshall ScNoth of B--Ro,. son, and William Nicholas Schw-O dea rer of Mount Pulaski, in 1-A cla of : waived their registration numbet--Al d volunteered for immedist in induction into the federal servl at the Logan county selective sd Veil vice office in LAncoln Saturday. Illin c These registrants will be incl'-die d ed in the next quota to be sup . plied by Logan county. Othe In" who have volunteered and dr-Mr will also be included in the call #hein pected Jan. 16, are: Marvin Hat tied ward Pryor, Elkhart; AlonJuz George Kirby, Atlanta; ThonNtl me Virgil Marks, Beason. --Mi: fir. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keil, tstnu Springfield, visited in the cittler, i Sunday with his sister, Miss 10--Mr tie Keil. ied Illi an le steel CK, NERVOUS000000 "EVERY RANKY .0,,, ? lins K! --V is msde from nature's own beneficial h' am roots and herbs--each with its own b, SC pzc/4d purpos to HELP WOMEN. '  Famous for over 60 years--Plnklmm's Compound is the bet known and ne  drc of the  ectil "woIm'm" tonics obtainable. Tr_,_l J-   Illiz Then Read WHY Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is Real "Woman's Friend"! Some women suffer severe monthly pain (cramps, backache, headache) due to female functional disorders while other's erves tend to become upset and they get cross, rest]s and moody. So why not take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made epec//y to help tired, run-down, nervous wom- en to go smiling thru "'difficult days." Pinkham's Compound contains no opi- ates or habit-forming ingredients. It OFFICIAL PUBLICATION by f Report of the Condition of l--I BANK OF CHESTNUT ted mty ee. CHESTNUT, ILLINOIS _ transmitted in response to call of the Auditor of Public As- counts, pursuant to law and showing condition at the close of business on the 31st day of December, 1940. RESOURCES ! I. Cash and due from banks ................... $ 89,609.23 3. United States Government obligations, direct  Th andlor fully guaranteed .................. 15,000.00 te 4. Other bonds, stocks and securities ........... 1,640.00 n 5 Loans and discounts ..................... 160,385.16 7. Banking house $1.00, Furniture and fixtures 4UI $1.00 .............................. 2.00 Grand Total Resources ................... $266,636.39 LIABILITIES 5 12. Capital stock ....... * ...................... $ 40,000.00 11 14. Surplus ..... , ............................ I0,000.00 15. Undivided Profits (Net .................... 8,538.35 17. Demand deposits ....................... 145,342.29 Th 18. Time deposits ............................ 60,345.00 hnal Total of Deposits: (2) Not secured by pledge of loans andlor investments ........ $205,687.29 Co (3) Total deposits ......... $205,687.29 22. Dividends Upaid ......................... 2,400.00 25. Othex liabilities ........................... 1D.75 2 ! Grand Total Liabilities ................. $266,636.39 vatc gle I, Eugene Kretzinger, cashier of the Bank of Chestnut, do ti, solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best ed of my knowledge and belief, and that the items and amounts d; 2 shown above correspond with the items and amounts shown ars in the report made to the Auditor of Public Accounts, State S of Illinois, pursuant to law. ::rae EUGENE KRETZINGER, ( Cashier. T Correct Attest: J. L. Willianm, J. T. KretJdnger, Directors J:il s State of Illinois, County of Logan, im L! Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of Janu- : arT, 1941. (Seal) CLIFFORD LEIMBACH, Notary Public. Deposits in this bank insured under the United States Gov- ernment Act of 1933, and as amended July I, 1934.