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: : : : .... ..... .... ..... t (Nmmt  m.)=,ammmxy, lmn, 12. loSl CAPPS BARP.5,CKS Game IN00AZ00 The Jabez Capps Barracks No. By Ed C 2260, of Mount Pulaski, install- the most exciting game that ed officers for 1961 at their regu- played this season at lar monthly meeting on Jan. 9th. gym, the Pulaski Hill- Installing officer was Oscar Mar-i out a 46-45 wir tin, National Aid-de-Camp for the Atlanta Redwings. Un- 1960-61, of Harristown, who is a muster a field goal the Past Commander of Barracks No. Atlanta stayed with- 341, Decatur. The newly installed officers are Commander, Earl Holmes; Quart- ermaster, Elmer Meister, Sr.; Ad- jutant, Glover Matthews; Junior Commander, Elmer Schaffenack- er; Junior Vice Commander, Ellis Howell; Judge Advocate, Waldo Rigal; Chaplain, Wdlby Moore; Publicity, Dr. H. H. Maddox. Miss Sciota Horn was select- ed as the Sil-Tennial Lady for the organization. Earl Holmes will be contact officer with the Sil-Ten. nial planning group. The next meeting of the Barr- acks will be Feb. 13th. The Ladies Auxiliary will have their separ- ate meeting at this time. NORA E. BARCLAY DIED IN DECATUR Mrs. Nora Etta Barclay, 83, of Clinton, Ill., died Sunday, Jan. 8, 1961, at 3:30 a.m., in the Wake- of our boys on free Pulaski started off very did a fine job of ball and shooting, but they not hit on the charity BELLE M DOBSETT RF0000IDENT, DIED IN CALIFORNIA Mrs. Belle Moore Dorsett, 74, Who was born in Mount Pulaski vicinity, died Wednesday, Jan. 4, 1961, in Huntington Park, Calif., following a long illness. Word of her death was received by Lo- gan county relatives shortly after her passing away. Belle Moore was born on a farm about four miles west of Mt. Pulaski, Ill., a daughter of Mr. i and Mrs. Thomas Moore. Her mother was a Rankin. Belle Moore attended the old Buckles school in her home community. Ip her young womanhood she married Charles Dorsett of Lake Fork area. They farmed on the old Moore home place a few years then moved to Iowa. Coming back to Logan county they located in Lincoln for a time. About 12 years ago they moved to Hunt- ington Park, Calif., where her husband died about six years ago. Decedent is survived by two sons and three daughters; two half-sisters, Mrs. Della Knott and Mrs. Florence Obcamp of Los Angeles; two half-brethers, Roy Moore, of Lincoln, and Welby Moore, of Mr. Pulaski; also sever- al grandchildren. BAI S,J The American Legion Auxiliary of Chestnut, will hold a bake sale on Saturday, Jan. 14, at the Hunt- er Grocery Store. Members should have baked goods at the store by 9 a.m. ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS MEETING OF CHESTNUT BANK The stockholders of the Bank of Chestnut, Chestnut, Illinois, will hold their annual meeting in the banking rooms, Wednesday, January 18, at 1:30 p.m. Clifford Leimbach, Cashier. TBANX YOU I want to thank friends and relatives for their cards, gifts, telephone calls and visits, while I was a patient at St. Clara's hospital and since returning to my home. I appreciated them very much. Harve Robinson. NOTE OF THANr We want to thank all our friends and relatives for cards, gifts and other thoughfulnesses. They were greatly appreciated. Mrs. Franklin Naylor and baby daughter Tracey Beth. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Report of Condition of STATE BANK OF CORNLAND of Cornland in the State of Illinois at the close of business on December 31, 1960. Published in response to Call of Conrad F. Becker, Director of Financial Institutions. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash items in pro. cess of collection ................................................ $ 156,009.67 2. United States Government obligations, di- rect and guaranteed ........................................ 523,36516 3. Obligations of States and political sub. divisions 6. Loans anZ'd=0000u;00-J-00n00iu00i;g ..... 4,00000 overdrafts) second period opened with on top 12-8, but came on to knot it up the end of the first half. the second half, the to a 5-point the Hilltoppers fought !within two points as the ended. From that point changed hands. Fin. the score knotted at 44 Leonard tipped in the basket with 20 seconds time left. Atlanta made fa charity toss, but they pull the game out. again the locals were out- on defense as they re- allow a single Redwing in the first quarter and in the second frame. and Romer took scoring for Pulaski with 10 points Atlanta's Brandt was high man for the night with Say Vee's also won their by running over the Arian- 52.25. Bill McCormick scoring honors with 14 tall- night, we journey to in what will prove to thrilling game. Try to get t support the team: Fg Ft Tp 4 1 9 4 2 10 2 1 5 3 4 10 3 0 6 1 0 2 1 0 2 0 2 2 Totals 18 10 46 Fg rt Tp 0 4 4 1 2 4 6 1 13 2 3 7 3 5 11 1 4 6 Totals 13 19 45 FRESHMEN WHIP CITY, 66-45 By Ed Creager one of their better the season the Pulaski team roll- Mason City team by of 66-45. Pulaski led all as the Mason City team get started. ! Zimmermann scored 22 take scoring honors. also tossed in 19 as he did a fine job of GIRDLES, 20% off i&  Ladies Store, field Nursing Home in Decatur. Funeral services were held on She had been ill for several men- Monday, Jan. 9, in Huntington ths. Park and burial was In the Rose Decedent was born Oct. 6, 1877, Hill Memorial Park, Whittier, Cal. near Mount Pulaski, Ill., the dau- ghter of John and Sarah Downing Bowman. In Clinton Feb. 7, 1897, OSCAR HAHN DIED she married Luther L. Barclay. He DIED TUESDAY, 7AN. 10th preceded her in death in 1947. Word has been received here of the death of Oscar Hahn of Mrs. Barclay is survived by Lockport, N.Y., formerly of Mount nine daughters, two sons, 30 Pulaski. Mr. Hahn died at 8 a.m. grandchildren and 44 great- Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1961, in a hos- grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 3 pital in Buffalo, N.Y. p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10, in the He is a brother of Fred Hahn of Pullen & Boos "funeral home at this city. Clinton. The Rev. Orville Salzman There will be a complete obitu- i , . offmmted. Burial was made in ary in next week's paper. the Rose Cemetery near Lane. Mrs. Barclay was a cousin of CARD OF TIlANI[S Mrs. Letitia Holler Wilson of Mt. We want to take this opportun- Pulaski. ity to thank our friends and rel- atives for the words of sympathy, T H A N K S flowers, cards, and other remem- brances, at the time of the death I wish to thank my friends for of our loved one, James Downey. i the Christmas Cards and Gifts, and also cards received for my The Family. 84th birthday, which was Sun- --LOSING-OITT ALL RIBBON at day, Jan. 8. Price, at Huston & Paolone Mrs. Mary Upp. Ladles Store, Mr. Pulaski. SCHOOL LUNCHES FOR JANUARY 16 to 20 Monday... Hot Dog and bun, banana sal- ad, green beans, potato chips. Milk. Tuesday . . . Baked spiced ham, mashed po- tatoes and butter, carrot stick, prune plums, bread and butter. Milk Wednesday . . . Chilli mac, buttered corn, pear half, cookie, bread and butter. Milk Thursday . . . Chicken-noodle soup, crackers, peanut butter sandwich, celery stick, sweetened cherries. Milk Friday . , , Salmon salad sandwich, vege- tarian beans, buttered asparagus, Dixie cup. MAYTAG GAS DRYER SALE PRICE $189.95 at STAHL'S ii!: OUR CROWINg... but we are real proud o/ our r00ord and flro]00'00 ,col"Savers over 700he years, and cordia//y /nvite YOU to yare here. TOO/ DOES make a DIFFERENGE .......................................................... 4898.73 7. Bank premises owned $'1,000.00, furniture and fixtures $500.00 .............................................. 1,500.00 (Bank premises owned are subject to None liens not assumed by bank) 12. TOTAL ASSETS ..................................................... "$1,174;223.76 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of Individuals, partner ships, and corporations ..................................... $ 520,3.39 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporation& .......................................... 437,619.18 15. Deposits of United States Government (In. cluding postal savings) .................................... 5,789,$5 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 98,398.89 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) .......................................................... 3,778.46 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS ..................... $1,066,559.77 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including sub. ordinated obligations shown below ................ $1,066,559.77 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital (par value per share $71 3J7) ............ $ 25,000.00 26. Surplus ............................................................... 60,000.00 27. Undivided profits .............................................. 2,663.99 28. Reserves ............................................................... 20,000.00 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..................... $ 107,663.99 30. TOTAL LIAB AND CAPITAL ACCOUN2 ........................................................ $1,174223.76 MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledgect or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes .................... $ 105,218.75 I, George E. Drake, Cashier, of the above.named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and that it fully and correctly represents the true sta of the several matters herein contained and set forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief. George E. Drake, Cashier. CorrectAttest: M. B. Drake Minnie D. Bryson David L. Drake, Directors. State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 4th day of January, 1961. (seal) Louise Bohn, Notary Public My Commission expires, September 1, 1964 Announcing... Francis H. Myrick wishes o announce his candidacy 00:or Justice of the Peace SUBJECT TO THE REPUBLICAN CAUCUS In District 3  Comprising Mount Pulaski, Laenna, Lake Fork, Elkhart, and Hurlbut Townships SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1961 At Chestnut Hatchery--1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Co.'s Friendly, Profltablo Savings Center Sinoe 1883 BROADWAY & KICKAPOO - LINCOLN, ILL. YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED