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Seller Dies--- (Continued on page 6) March 16, 1942. During the year .ii1946 he married Mrs. Elizabeth Manes of Mount Pulaski. He was a member of the St. Aquinas Catholic chur- Mount Pulaski. his wife, he is surviv- one brother, Jacob Seller, nOW of Mount Pulaski; half- :ther, George Seller, Lincoln; three sisters, Mrs. Lena Turner, Benton, Ky.; Mrs. Martha i ule and Miss Barbara Seller of Park. remains were removed to the Schahl funeral home and re. -tdrn to the residence Monday ning. The Rosary was said on !:T'dy night. :: Funeral services were held at ? a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 9 in the !t Thomas Aquinas Catholic geh, the Mass and sermon !blng in charge of the pastor, . Edward M. Krewer of Elk- h assisted by the choir. Burial was in the Mount Pu- Pallbearers were Bertoni, Joseph Fuhrer, Row, Howard Riggs, Sam Sparks and Morrell Anstine. SERVED AT C]ESTNUT ON SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. George J. Stoll of tnut, entertained the follow- for dinner on Sunday, Jan. 7: and Mrs. Harold Stoll, sons and Darrell, of Mount Mr. and Mrs. Raymond and daughter Linda, Mr. Mrs. Everett Stoll and child- J. Eldon and Marian of Chest CARD OF THANKS all our friends and neigh- we want to express our sin- thanks for their many acts indness during the short ill- and following the death :mr loved one, Frank Seller. your sympathies extend- The Seller Family. riy a hot head develops cold ::wtaen someone calls his bluff. MOUNT PULASKI TIMES. NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS HOLIDAY PARTY AT BEHRENS HOME The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Behrens of near Latham, was the scene of a Christmas party Saturday night, Dec. 23, in honor of the Reiterman family. A baked ham supper, potluck, was enjoyed and later in the evening gifts were exchanged and popcorn and candy served. Those present were:- Eureka--Mr. and Mrs. HaroId Reiterman. and children, CarOl, Terry and Gregory. Champaign--Verne Lee Garri- son. Broadwell-- Miss Mary Ann Olson. Chestnut--Mr. and Mrs. Farris Cowan and children, Paul and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pharis. Mount Pulaski--Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P, eiterman, and twins, CUB SCOUTS TO GIVE P.T.A. PROGRAM The next regular meeting of the Parent.Teacher Ass'n. will be held at the grade school on Thursday evening, Jan. 25. The program will be given by the various dens of Cub Scouts un- der the leadership of their Den Mothers. The P-T.A. sponsors the Cub Scout This meeting is to be a Family Night affair and a potluck sup- per will be served at 6:00 p. m. Mothers of the fourth grade pu- pils, with Mrs. Dean Scott Room Mother, chairman, will be in I charge of the supper. Please t bring ow-n table service. t DAVID PATTERSON ESTATE VALUED AT HALF.MILLION The late David Patterson, De- catur landowner, who died Dec. Albert and Alberta, Mr. and Mrs. 14 left an estate valued at one- Fred Stogdelt. daughters Ruth half million dollars, according and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur to a petition for probate of his Seefeldt, sons Richard and Dar-will, filed last week in the Ma- rell, Miss Joan Bartels, Mr. and con county court. The petition Mrs. Verne Garrison and son fixes real estate at a value of Larry. $400.000. and personal property Latham--Mr. and Mrs. Albert at $100,000. Reiterman, Mr. and Mrs. Ken-I Heirs include his wife, five neth Behrens and son Michael daughters and one son. Mr. Pat- Lynn. terson was born in Austin town- I ship between Mount Pulaski and OYSTER SUPPER SERVED [Maroa. He was 80 years of age AT BIRTHDAY PARTY Mr. and Mrs. William Clark of Maroa, visited here last week with their son, Clarence and ram ily, on East Chestnut street. On Friday, Jan. 5, it being the sen- ior Mr. Clark's birthday, an oys- ter supper was served in his hon or. Those present included: Mr. and Mrs. Orval Clark and child- dren of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. William Clark of Maroa; Mr. and Mrs. John Whitlatch, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Clark and sons. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS George M. Underhill, et ux, to Kenneth Renner, et ux, lots 9 and 10, in block 2, Clark's first addition, to the original town of Mount Pulaski. at the time of his pasisng. ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING OF FIRST NATIONAL BANK The annual business meeting of the directors of the First Na- tional Bank of Mount Pulaski was held in the banking rooms Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 8, 1951, when all officers and directors were re-elected, as follows:- President: George Rupp. Vice-President: Leigh W. Lucas Cashier: Ben W. Ely. Ass't. Cashier: John D. Biese- meier. Directors: Leigh Lucas, Louis Sams, Henry W. Schafer, George Rupp and Norman Schahl. A second-rate army is just as useless as the second-best hand in a poker game. PRECISION TOOLS When it comes to reconditioning John Deere Farm Equip- ment, no other shop in this community can give you the kind of service we offer In our shop every machine is overhauled the way the factory recommends--thanks to the special training of our skilled mechanics. We've equipped our shop with modern precision equipment, enabling our servicemen to do better work. And, too, only genuine John Deere Parts are used as" replacements . . . assuring continued better performance. See us for complete details. CLARK II00LEIVIENT COMPANY Phone 289 Mount Pulaski THUBSDAT, JANUARY 11, 1951 POUO CARD PARTY AT CHESTNUT JANUARY 20 The Community Club at Chest- nut is sponsoring a Card Party on Saturday night, Jan. 20, for the benefit of the annual Polio Fund Drive. The party will be held at the school building with pinochle, bridge, euchre, 500 and casino, being played. Admission is 50c and 25c. Lunch will be served. 86th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED THURSDAY, JANUARY 4th Mrs. Mary E. Humphreys, liv- ing in the French's Chapel vi- cinity, some seven miles north- west of Mount Pulaski, celebrat- ed her 86th birthday on Thurs- day, Jan. 4, with a family din- LOGAN COUNTY MISTIAN MEN'S CLUB TO MEET The Logan County Christian Men's Club will meet in the Christian church in Elkhart on Monday, Jan. 15, at 6 p.m. Fol- lowing the supper the speaker will be Melvin Fiscus of Camp Point. Music will be furnished by talent from the Lincoln Bible Institute. WORDS OF APPRECIATION During my stay in the St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, as a surgical patient, I received many cards, flowers, and gifts, from friends and relatives. I greatly appreciate their thoughtfulness and want to express my sincere thanks to them all. I also wish to thank my doctor and the nurses. Joe Riedle. WORDS OF APPRECIATION I wish to express my sincere ner at noon. She has lived in that thanks to the many good friends, locality most of her life. [relatives, and organizations, for Those present were: Miss I the lovely cards, letters and flow- Maurine Humphreys, daughter; ] ers received during my recent ex- Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Humphreys, I tended stay in the Cole hospital son and daughter-in-law; Mrs. I in Champaign. I assure you they Minerva E. Downey, sister; C. E. Iwere much enjoyed and greatly French, brother; Mrs. Harley Mar ] appreciated. tin, Mrs. Herma A. Fortman and ' Mrs. Walter Damarin, Mrs. Lloyd Payne, nieces. Williamsville, Ill. I INSURAN,CE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Phone 46 Mount Pulaski. IlL OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Charter No. 3839 Reserve District No. 7 Report of the Condition of FIRST NATIONAL BANK MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS in the State of Illinois, at the close of business on December 30, 1950, published in response ta a call made by Comptrol- ler of the Currency. under Sect ion 5211. U.S. Revised Statutes. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection ....................................................... $ 431,794.76 2. United States Government obligations, dir- ect and guaranteed ............................................ 1,776,351.15 3. Obligations of States and political subdiv- isions .................................................................... 25520.00 4. Other bonds, notes and debentures .............. 100,844.17 5. Corporate stocks, includinluding $6,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank .................... 6,000.00 6. Loans and discounts (including $210.41 overdrafts) ' 609,641.13 7. Banking premises owned $3,000.00; furni- ture and fixtures $1,000.00 ............................... 4,000.00 8. Real estate owned other than bank premises 2.00 11. Other Assets ........................................................ 503.53 TOTAL ASSETS .................................................. $3,184,336.74 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partner. ships, and corporations ...................................... $1,514t9.38 14. Time deposits of indivtduals, partnerships and corporations .................................................. 1,305,68226 15. Deposits of United States Government (in- cludinff postal savlnffs) .................................... 6,013.69 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 70,266'7 18. Other deposits (certified and c a s h i e r' s checks, etc.) .......................................................... 679.00 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS ...................... $2,896,920.60 TOTAL LIABILITIES .......................................... $2,896,920.60 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital Stock ................................................... $ 100,000.00 (c) Common Stock, total par, $100,000.00. 26. Surplus ................................................................. 100,000.00 27. Undivided profits ................................................ 62,416.14 28. Reserves (and retirement account for pre- ferred stock) ......................................................... 25,000.00 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......................... 287,416.14 TOTAL LIABILITIES and CAPITAL AC- COUNTS ................................................................ $3184236.74 MEMORANDA State of Illinois, County of Logan, as. I, B.W. ELY, Cashier of the above.named bank, do sol. emnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. B.W. ELY, Cashier. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 9th day of January. 1951. Florence Lachenmyer, Notary Public. Correst Attest: Norman Schahl, Louis F. Sams, Leigh W. Lucas, : 45 ihica URE l%el uni ) n t eitel ay, 00ood: bf ye on read arri Naug] 'Sott d by We erest ienc any pathi ur ur 1, oor z .-..q t J Re Sur Div Ma T1 ! Bib , Wo . JuT :} Mi Lei hrls r tE rnovi h irk ery g al. Dr. ngtc und Yo rvi,