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DAY, JANUARY 11, 19S1 THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMF.S- NEWS, MOUNT PULASIEL ILLINOIS + -CLUBS- Members of the Grandpa- Grandma club enjoyed a dinner Sunday evening, Jan. 7, in the Hotel Lincoln, Lincoln, having as' guests former members, Mr. and Mrs. George M. Underhill, who were here from California. The group returned to Mount Pulas- ki to the H. J. Wible home where pinochle was enjoyed. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Edwarc Sehroth and Wilbur G. Smith. The Book club met Monday night, Jan. 8, at the home of Mrs. John H. Tendick on Marion street with Mrs. Harold Tendick as the.hostess. Mrs. Otto Ey re- viewed the book, "Floodtide," by Frank Yerbe. The next hostess will be Mrs. Wilbert H. Schahl. The Dorcas Guild of the St. John's Lutheran church will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 16, Wqth Mrs. O. E. Wagner. The Good Will Society of the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic church met on the afternoon of Wednesday, Jan. 3, in the home of Miss Anna Fuhrer. The host- ess was Mrs. Dale Fuhrer. After the business meeting Five Hund- red was played with prizes go- ing to Mrs. Donald Waddell, Mrs. Claude Litterly and Mrs. Frank Buehler. The February hostess will be Mrs. Edward T. Goddard. The Lutheran Women's Mis- sionary League of the Chestnut Zion Lutheran church, will meet in the church at 1:30 p.m. Thurs day, Jan. 18. The educational top ic will be "Reaching America." Each member is to bring her mission box and to respond to roll call with a bible verse con- taining the word "woman." The Sewing Circle of the Zior Lutheran church met in the church basement at 2 p.m. on Thursday, Ja: 4,with Mrs. Liz- zie Stoll as hostess. Officers for the year were elected, as follows: Mrs. Gus Lubke, chairman; Miss Norma L. Stoll, vioe-chairman; Mrs. Vincent Stoll, secretary; Mrs. Karl Dittus, chairman. The first meeting of the year 1951 of the Loyal Daughters So- ciety of the Christian church will be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 16, in the church. Devotion- als will be in charge of Mrs. Herman Wood. The committee in- cludes, Mrs. Leroy Buckles, chair. man; Mrs. Anna Ryan, Mrs. Fred Grover, Mrs, Frank Cope- land, Mrs. Anna Ellis, Mrs. Os- car Fieagle and Mrs. Sidney Lee. The Junior WSCS will meet on Thursday evening, Jan. 18, with Mrs. Charles Anderson. Assist- ing hostesses will be Mrs. Kath- ryn Kinert and Mrs. Art Myers. Mount Pulaski Troop No. 14, Girl Scouts, met at the Tomlin- son Recreation Center late Tues- day afternoon. They began the meeting with the Pledge to the Flag. The treasurer's report was given, showing the sum of $11.79 START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT . . . Make a resolution now! Have YOUr hair taken care of by ex- Perienced operators. Complete beauty service with just the right permanent for your hair, starting at $6.00, including hair-cut, shampoo and hair Style. BOBBLE BEAUTY Sl-fOP Phone 871 Ruby Crum & PACKAGE OF I-ALTll ...... YOU. on hand. New business included plares to make money for trip ]ext summer, for a Valentine party. The program committee includes, Libby Meister, Barbara Donnelly and Donna Rogers. Re- freshment committee, Patty Wil- kes, Sharon Montgomery and Joyce Grathwohl; Valentine box- es. Wanda Sams, Patsy Ingram and Rosemary Thornton. Patsy Ingrain, Scribe. At the recent meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of the Zion !Lutheran church, officers for the: years, 1951, were elected. They are: Mrs. Otto Roos, president; Mrs. Louis French, vice-president and Mrs. Byron Schaffenacker, secretary; Mrs. Eugene Tendick treasurer. The Household Science club will meet in the Tomlinson Rec at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 19, with Mrs. Charles Wood as hostess. She will be assisted by Mrs. Her- man Wood and Mrs. Fred Mayer, Sr. REV. NEUMEYER ATTENDED FUNERAL OF HIS SISTER Rev. F. E. Neumeyer received a message last Friday evening, Jan. 5, telling of the death of his sister, Mrs. Martha Ahrens in Gordonville, Me. Decedent was 88 years old and was the oldest in a family of 11 children, of which only three now survive. Rev. Neumeyer left Saturday morning for Gordonville and at- tended the funeral services and burial Sunday afternoon. He re- turned home Monday. Telephone Operators Appreciated Gifts The telephone operators of the Mount Pulaski Telephone and Electric Co., greatly appreci- ate the many Christmas gifts given them by patrons for the efficient service rendered them during the year 1950. The fol- lowing gave them gifts: Dr. and Mrs. Donald M. Bar- ringer, Curtis Oil Co., J. M. Roth- well Lumber Co., Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. Charl- es W. Hanslow, Ryan Construc- tion Co., Dr. and Mrs. Robert N. Hamm, First National Bank, Dr. [ and Mrs. C. M. Merriman, Circe[ Rendering Co. Dr. and Mrs. Gee. S. Connelly, Frank Horn & Sons, [ George E. Kiick, Mount Pulaski [ Telephone Co., Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Maddox, Tomlinson Elevator Co., Schroth & Buckles, Mount Pulas- ki Theatre, National Radio Per- sonalities (Merle Watson), Sul- livan's Standard Station, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Schahl, Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Hildreth, Mrs. Ella Litterly, Mr. and Mrs. Orville E. Martin, Ray's Grill, McQuillan Implement Co., Floyd and Gladys Buckles, Elmer and Helen Allspach, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Downing, John T. Hershey, i Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Turley, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hutter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Meyers, Mount Pulaski Fire Department, Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Priddy, Mrs. Clar- ence Riedle, Moll's Greenhouse Dr. and .Mrs. E. H. Cox, Froeh- lich's Farm Sales, Smith Imple- ment Co., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hahn, Mr. and Mrs. George Sued- meier, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Hayden, Chestnut Hatchery, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holmes, Virginia's UNDERHILL FAMILY MOVE TO CALIF. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Under- hill, who came back from Es- condido, Calif., just before Christ- mas, to visit their daughter, Mrs. Herbert Ayers, and family, left Wednesday on the return trip to the Pacific coast to make their permanent home. While here they transacted business in connection with the sale of their home on North Washington street to Kenneth Renner. They were accompanied to Mt. Pulaski by their daughter, Mrs. Jane Abrams, and her three child ren, of Poway, Calif. The child- ren enjoyed coasting on the snow which was an experience new to them. You can save yourself a lot of trouble by not borrowing any. APPRECIATION My sincere thanks for the let- ters, cards and flowers, and the acts of kindness shown me during my recent sorrow, caus- ed by the death of my sister, Mrs. Carl Miller, of Decatur. All: was deeply appreciated. Mrs. Loy Games, Latham, NOTICE OF ANNUAL OF STOCKHOLDERS The Annual Meeting of Stockholders of the Siding Farmers Cooperative pany will be held in the City in Mount Pulaski, Ill., 20, 1951, at the hour of 2 p. m., for the purpose of ing directors for the year, and the transaction of er business which may come o fore the meeting. Louis E. (1-18-51) Secretary,. Schahl Home For Funerals -- AIVlBULANCE SERVICE-- LATHAM, ILLINOIS PHONE 9.35 - MOUNT PULASKI LEGION AUXILIARY CARD Beauty Shop, Mr. and Mrs. W.E. LIVE BETTER FOR LESS WITH THESE 816 I(llOtlEII PARTY JANUARY 22rid Stll, Helen's Beauty Shp' Cn -. "1   nolley Drug Co., Mrs. Oran Scrog-  The Legion Auxiliary will hold gin.  "  / %1 a Card Party in the Legion HOmeat 8 p.m. AP-'P-REON-- SU !4 .. ,a Thanks, folks, for the lovely ,,,, L .... i flowers, the visits, the cards, and pl Ly d. A good wishes sent me while I was b, n, t of l a patient in Memorial hospital  |  ,n ,,, ...... i in Springfield, and since return-  "" " e Olaler s ano  - " t '" . . + in home. TnanKs again. - in Lormai.. mis- t Mrs W H Patterson. -- Report of the Conditioa of "  as  pacZed CHESTNUT, ILLINOIS to call of .blic Ac kr000__. and showin, the close T0 day of Decer 148,o0000.00 r +'++ 880.67 t aect fruit- +++ 225,414.60 on Monday, Jan. 22, The public is invited. Pinochle, Bridge, Canasta and Five Hundred wilt be played. lunch will be served. The party is for the benefit of children in Sailors' Home in Normal. Admis- sion will be 50c. 1. 3. transmitted in response to call of the Auditor of Public Ac- counts, pursuant to law and showing conditions at the close of business on the 30th day of December, 1950. Cash and due from banks .................................. $ 148,093.54 United States Government obligations, direct and[or fully guaranteed ...................................... 4. Other bonds, stocks, and securities .............. 5. Loans and discounts ......................................... 6. Overdrafts .............................................................. 7. Banking house $1.00; Furniture and fixtures .96 .................................................................... Grand Total Resources ........................................ $1,004,952.36 LIABILITIES 12. Capital stock ....................................................... $ 40,000.00 14. Surplus .................................................................... 20,000.00 15. Undivided Profits (Net) ..................................... 5,066.84 16. Reserve accounts ................................................ 20,000.00 17. Demand deposits ................................................ 746,605.09 18. Time deposits ...................................................... 173280.43 Total of Deposits: (1) Secured by pledge of assets $ 8,523.38 -. (2) Not secured by pledge of $911,362.14 assets ............................................ $919,885.52 (3) Total Deposits ............................ Grand Total Liabilities ...................................... $1,004,952.36 Memorandum: Assets Pledged to Secure Liabilities: 26. Assets pledged: (a) U. S. Government obligations direct andlor fully guaranteed ...................................... 50,243.74 Total amount of assets pledged (excluding re.discounts) ........................... : ........................... 50,243.74 27. Purpose and Amount of Pledge: (a) Against U. S. Government and postal savings deposits .................................................. 50,243.74 Total Amount of Asset .................................. 50,243.74 I, A. N. ROWE, Cashier of the Bank of Chestnut, do solemn- ly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, and that the items and amounts shown above correspond with the items and amounts shown in the report made to the Auditor of Public Accounts, State of Illinois, pursuant to law. A. N. ROWE, Cashier. Correct Attest: Eugene Kretzinger, Michael Drake, directors. State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of January, 1951. (Seal) CLIFFORD LEIMBACH, Notary Public. Deposits in this bank insured under the Un!,ted States Government Act of 1933, and as amended uly 1,1934. WlNESAP APPLES 3- Ibs. for 35c