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MOUNT L&SE TINES- NEWS, MOITWr POIJtS] 0 "DAYo JANUARY 11, i uemrr pULaS Tn-nws Mount Pulaski, PublLshed and entered as second elaa matter in the postofI4ce at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, under the Act of Congress  Nwh 9, 1879. y J. WIBLE ' Editor and Publiaher of Sla: Months .......................... 50c Months ................................ $1.00 Year .................................... , Every Thtulcry , NEWS ITEMS and Mrs. Leigh W. Lucas 1 today (Thursday) morning Lauderdale, Fla. They other ,points in that and expect to be away for Mrs. P. E. Febus, Mr. d Mrs. Gene Febus and little daughter Sally Jo, of Illiopolis, visited near Lake Fork recently Mr. and Mrs. Elza Oglesby. Elza D. Oglesby of Lake Fork vicinity, left on January 2nd for Mich., to begin an eight weeks' specialized course in Agri- I cultural Engineering at Michi-I gan State College located in East l ing. i Mrs. Edward D. Ryan quietly i observed her 80th birthday an-! nlversary Sunday, Jan. 7. She is bedfast due to a fall several months ago. i Mr. and Mrs. William Miller of the Chestnut community, vis- Red in Springfield Sunday with and Mrs. John AIIender. Before returning Wednesday of last week, to his studies at West- Illinois State College in Ma- comb, John West visited during holidays with his grandpar- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. and in Chicago with his Mrs. Marguerite Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Connol- visited in Springfield Sun- with their son, Franklin, and :Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Mrs. John Whitlatch, West street, were Mr. and Mrs. Clark, of Maroa, Mr. and Clarence Clark and sons. and Mrs. Kenneth Stall and went to Chicago Tues- visit until Thursday. Pulaskians will be in- to know that during the 'of January the Cities Band, over a national will play "Michigan a march compos- during 1950 by Prof. Fred H. of Benton Harbor, Mich., Mount Pulaski THEATRE AND SATURDAY January 12 cmd 13 'ock Island Trail" (In Tmcolor) with Forrest Tucker, Adele Mara, Bruce Cabot - Adrain Booth and Chill Wills - plUS - CJTOON . SPORT REVIEW i SUNDAY - MONDAY Jemuaary 14 and 15 MATINEE SUNDAY 2 P. M. "The Petty Girl" (In Technicolor) with Robert Cummings, Joan Caulflield Elsa Lanchester - also - SHORT SUBJECTS . THURSDAY January 17 and 18 "CRISIS" with Cary Grant, Jose Ferrer, Paula Raymond, Ramon Novarro - plus - Cartoon -- News Pete Smith who was a director of the Mount I " Pulaski Band many years ago. I MINSTREL SHOW TO Alvin Krueger, employed in railroad work in Tampa, Fla., at- BE GIVEN MARCH 5 rived Sunday for a week's visit I A Minstrel Show to be given with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. March 5, is in the p of the Louis Krueger. i mcflcinq with 22 men singers of John G. Whittle, of Decatur, [this coaamtmity rehearsing each an agent for the Connectmut Mu- [ Mondm/night under the direction tual Life. Ins. Co., anu a I..o.rmer!o f Les Wernt who will also vice/president of the Clt_izenslhave a jazz band orchestra to National Bank, Decatur, on Tues- make it an honest-to-goodness day was elected vice-president of minstreL the Millikin National Bank at the annual meeting held in De- catur" on Tuesday, Jan. 9. Mr. Whittle was born southwest of Mount Pulaski and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Whittle of this city. Mrs. Della Nott of LaCresenta, Calif., and Mrs. Florence Obcamp of Los Angeles, Calif., arrived on Tuesday, by plane, to attend the funeral services of their mother, Mrs. T. W. Moore, held Wednes- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde R. Febus, of Lake Fork, left today (Thurs- day) morning on a trip to Clear- water, Fla., to spend three mon- ths. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Drabing, daughter Joan and son John, were dinner guests Sunday in Springfield, in the home of their son Richard Jr., and wife. "Mrs. Harry S. Martin Sr., and Mrs. Leigh Lucas were in Nor- mal Monday and viisted Mr. and Mrs. Paul Benjamin, who form- erly lived in Mount Pulaski. CHESTNUT HOME BUREAU TO MEET JANUARY 17th '"World Affairs of Interest to Homemakers," will be the major lesson presented by the county home adviser, Mrs. Mabel At- brecht, of Lincoln, at the Chest- nut Home Bureau meeting Wed- nesday, Jan. 17, at the home of Mrs. Edward Fetzer who lives east of Chestnut. Mrs. Ralph Aughenbaugh will be the as- sisting hostess. The meeting will begin at 10:30 A.M., with the minor les- son, "Soft Meringues," given by Mrs. Merritt Williams. The roll call will be answered by "How We Spent Christmas." All mem- bers are asked to bring a recipe for a favorite holiday candy, cookies or goodies. I The committee in charge of the luncheon includes: Mrs. Jacob Stall, Mrs. Avoldt Ulrich, Mrs. Edward von Thun, Mrs. Ora Volle, Mrs. Merritt Williams, Mrs. i Robert Wurth and Mrs. George Keller. im BASKETBALL SCHEDULE MPTHS Friday, Jan. 12---Pana, there. Tuesday, Jan. 16--- Springfield, here. Saturday, Jan. 20---Champaign, there. Friday, Jan. 26 -- St. Teresa, there. Tuesday, Jan. 30 -- Elkhart, here. Friday, Feb. 2--Normal, here. Friday, Feb. 9--Rushville, here. Tuesday, Feb. 13 -- Williams- ville, there. Friday, Feb. 16---Atlanta, there. Saturday, Feb. 17---Cathedral, there. Saturday, Feb. 24--- Lanphier, there. FERTILIZING WHEAT Farmers are planning now for large acre yields of wheat next summer. Many farmers have proved to themselves by actual growing tests that fertilizing pays. Many additional farmers have been watching over the fence and they too will be buy- ing fertilizers for their wheat this fall. To produce a large yield of wheat requires an abundance of plant food materials. Wheat is a heavy user of phosphorous and potash. Wheat gives very good response to a nitrogen top dress- ing in the spring. Additions of plant food helps the wheat in many ways. 1. Plant grow stronger and i sturdier. 2. Stand is thickened by bet- ter stooling. 3. Stronger root systems are developed which means less win- ter injury. 4. Bigger yields of better qual- ity wheat. NEW/AMERICA'S HANDIEST KITCHEN AID 2-1N-I COMBINATION ALUMINUM SPATTER SHIELD and ASBESTOS BACKED HOT PAD slOO COMPLETE ; Here's the background foe dean i cooking! Proteats your stove, floors, walls and your children from fly- ing grease. When folded, Pad 'N j Shield makes a triple thick stove pad, plus asbestos insulation. Has many other uses such as: iro rest pad, sink top pad, table hot pad! Order yours Now! FLOOR LOCATION ORDER BLANK -- Enclosed find One Dollar for which please send, prepaid, one Pad 'N Shield, to: Name ................................................................................ Address .......................................................................... INGRAM BROS. MOUNT PULASKI ILLINOIS MODERN . . . REVOLUTIONARY . . . . Ne,S.,hI.,O0.O0 l tanks, s,.,poge poo,s, etc. No shutdown either. Dissolves everything organic from grease to cloth to fibrous tree roots. Results in lt to 36 hours. CAMP CESSPOOL AND SEPTIC TANK CONDITIONER Imlps start septic action ...sfimulotos bactorio growth ... olbdnates odors. IT'S TRIED! IT'S TIME TESTED! *. Canodiam Pat. Off. Reg. U.S. Pet. Oft. Pefleg J.M. R0thwell Lbr. Co. MOUNT PULASKI. ILLINOIS JITNEY SUPPER . SPONSORED BY PARENT - TEACHER ASSOCIATION MOUNT PULASKI GRADE SCHOOL WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17 GRADE SCHOOL DINING ROOM Serving from. 5:30 P.M. --- MENU --- Chicken mad Noodles Hmn mad Sweet Potato Creamed Peas Baked Beans Poto2o Salad Jell-o Salads Bread and Btter Home.made Pie and Cake Coffee OP'FIC3[AL PUBLICATION Report of the Condition of THE FARMERS BANK OF IVlT. PUI.AS Ml. Pulaski, Illinois transmitted in response to call of the Auditor of Public Ac- counts, pursuant to law and showing condition at the close of business on the 30 th day of December, 1950. RESOURCES i, Cash and due from banks. ............................... $ 589,748.14 3. United States Government obligations, direct andlor fully guaranteed .................................... 1,377,545.00 4. Other bonds, stocks and securities ................ 49,500.00 5. Loans and discounts ......................................... 649,185.90 6. Overdrafts ..................................... .'= ..................... 870.41 7. Banking house $1,750.00; Furniture and Fixtures $1,250.00 .................................................. 3,000.00 8. Other real estate ................................................. 1.00 Grand Total Resources ........................................ $2,669,850.45 LIABILITIES 12. Capita] Stock ....................................................... $ 100,000.00 14. Surplus .................................................................... 65,000.00 15. Undivided profits (Net) ................................. :... 24,441.07 16. Reserve accounts ................................................ 43,860.83 17. Demand deposits ............................................. 1,623,970.06 18. Time Deposits ..................................................... 783,774.13 19. Due to banks ........................................................ 28,804.36 Total of deposits: (1) Secured by pledge of assets .................................... $ 4590.09 (2) Not secured by pledge of assets .................................... $2,391,258.46 (3) Total deposits .................. $2,436,54855 Grand Total Liabilities ........................................ $2,669,850.45 Memorandum: Presets Pledged to Secure Llobi/lties: 26. Assets pledged: (a) U. S. Government obligations direct andlor fully guaranteed .................................... $ 100,000.00 Total Amount of Assets Pledged (ex- cluding re-discounts) ...................................... $ 100,000.00 27. Purpose and Amount of Pledge: (a) Against U. S. Government and Postal Savings deposits .................................................. $ 100,000.00 Total Amount of Assets Pledged (must agree with Item 26) ........................................... $ 100,000.00 I, A, W. Schaffenacker, Cashier of The Farmers Bank of Mount Pulaski, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, and that the items and amounts shown above agree with the items and amounts shown in t/re report made to the Auditor of Public Accounts, State of Illinois, pursuant to law. A. W. SCHAFFENACKER. Cashier Correst Attest: G. A. Volle. T. A. Scroggin, Directors. State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of Janu- ary, 1951. (Seal) H.O. ELLIOTT, Notary Public. Deposits in this Bank insured under the United Statee Government Act of 1933, as amended July 1, 1934. ]