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/ TWO THE MOUNT PULASXl TIMES-NEWS, MOUNT PULASEI0 ILLINOIS alam matter in the pofIce at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Co ot March 9, 1879. HARRY I. WlBLE Editor and Publishe Tenus of Subscription" Field, Rome, N. Y. MOUNT  TIMI.LWVB Rev. Ray O. Z-umsein, pastor Mount  Illinois of St. John's Lutheran church, was in Chicago Monday and Published and entered as second Tuesday attending a meeting of Cong. Arends Extends HoLmes Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Holmes of Mount Pulaski have received a letter from Washington, D. C., that they greatly appreciate. On December 17th they quietly cele- i brated their 60th wedding an- niversary, and the letter was written by Les C. Arends of Mel- vin, Member of the House of i Representatives from the 17th Three Months .......................... 50c Six Months ............................... $1.00 One Year ............... $2.00 LOCAL NEWS ITEI00 Mrs. Bertha Pope and two of i her children, of Springfield, vts- ! Red Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A41en McVey. Miss Helen Matthews, who is soon to graduate from the School of Nursing, Augustana Hospital, Chicago, visited east of the city from Saturday to Monday, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Keck, who -left several weeks ago for Hot Springs, Ark., to visit their son, Robert and wife, are now in Laredo, Texas, for an extended winter stay, and are at the El Patio Court Mrs. David Cheek visited in Springfield last Friday with her sister, Mrs. Myrtle Cummins. Mrs. Anna Hutchison of Spring field, visited in the city most of last week with her sister, Mrs. E. G. Phlnney, who is at present staying with her daughter, Mrs. Troll Turner. i At the annual business meet- Ing of the Lincoln Logan County Farmers Mutual Fire Ins. Co., held in Lincoln Jan. 9, John H. Tendick of Mount Pulaski was re.elected president. Among 10 : holdover directors are Mr. Ten- dick; Benjamin Schroth of Chest- nut; Edward Buehler, Beason. Mrs. Pearl Rowe of Springfield, daughter of Mrs. Grace McDonald of this city, left several days a- for Santa Barbara, Calif., to Visit with her son, Bernard. At the recent annual stockhold ers meeting of the State National ank of Lincoln, Vincent Stoll of ount Pulaski, was re-elected a ilrector. l. Richard Holmes, son of . nd Mrs. Willis R. Holmes of San Diego, Calif., serving in the army air force, has been station- at Lakeland Field, San Anton- y, Texas. Richard visited in the eity part of last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. arles Holmes, and other rela Ives, while enroute to Sampson ' - Mounl Pulaski THEATRE i ii illll i | FRIDAY AND SATURDAY January 19 and 20 "SIERRA" (Color by Technlcalor) starring Audie Murphy, Wanda Hend- rix, Burl Ires, Dean Jagger  added m CAIrrOON -- COMEDY SUNDAY - MONDAY Janumy 20 and 21 MATINEE SUNDAY 2 P. M. "The Flame And The A.-'row °° (COlor by Technicolor) featuring .Irt Lancaster and Virginia Mayo iSELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS ! WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY January 24 and 25 "The Breaking Point" with John Garfield . Patricia Neal  plua  N - SPORT'- NEWS the Illinois Synod Committee on Summer Camps. He is the direct- or of the Summer Camp for Cen- tral Illinois, at East Bay, Lake Bloomington• Relatives who came to Mount Pulaski to attend the funeral services of Frank Seller on Wed- nesday, Jan. 10, were: Sam Dav- is and son Bob, of Stuttgart, Ark.; I District, Illinois. The letter fol- Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Turner, ofIows:" . . . Benton, Ky.; Bruce Davis of Lin-Mr. and Mrs. Charms rlolmes, coln; Mr. and Mrs. Luther Dav-South Marion Street, is and familyof Buffalo; Mr, and [ Mount Pulaski, Ill. Mrs. Ralph Schuler and Miss{ Dear Mr. and Mrs...Holmes: . Barbara Seller of Oak Park ! t nave just react xn tne vloun[ Dr and Mrs Robert Hamm [Pulaski Times-News that you departed Wednesday on a two-[folks are now celebrating your weeks' vacation tril to points in[ 60th wedding anniversary, and I Florida• [want to especially congrarulate Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Maske[Y ou and give you my best wish- accompanied by Miss Clara Ryan [ es for a very happy anniversary took their son, Burdette, to Chi-[year throughout. cago Saturday, where he reported [ Sincerely yours, for Army Service at Fort Sheri-[ L.C. Arenas, dan. After serving in Germany Member of Congress. he returned home sereval mon- ths ago. Being in the Reserves he has been called back to duty. The group visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Klein and family Saturday night, and Sunday attended the Sonia Heinie Ice Review. Mrs. Neal Gulso and Mrs. Ed- ward Gulso, southwest of the city, accompanied the formers daughter, Mary, to Chicago on Sunday, where she took a train to Artesia, Calif. Mary will make an extended stay in California with her sister, Mrs. Roger Mill- and family. Monday morning Mrs. Edward Gulso appeared on the Breakfast Club radio pro- gram. When asked about her hus band, Mrs. Gulso stated that she "hoped he was home wash. ing the dishes." They returned home Monday evening. "Why did you leave your job?" "Illness." ''What kind of illness?" "My boss said he got sick of me." New Books ai Library A group of 136 books of fic- tion, and 64 books of non-fiction for adults, have been received by the Mount Pulaski public li- brary from the Illinois State Li- brary, Springfield. "In order to enable us to give better service to our patrons," says the librarian, "these books may be taken out for a two- week's period, instead of one week. Recently 10 books were added to the rental shelves; 12 books removed from rental to 7-day table; and 27 books from the 7- day table to the 14-day shelves. Fifteen books have been add- ed for younger children. Eight books on parties and games for children from 3 to 14 years of age, were added to the juvenile section before the holidays. A man is usually known by the company he keeps away from. FRESH AS A SUMMER BREEZE 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 SHOP Over mmes Lmcotu Phone 871 Ruby Crum This Little Piggy Is Cute But Careless The bank and the Piggy Bank are alike because neither will refuse a deposit -- no matter how smalll But the comparison ends there. The bank offers profitable interest as well as the utmost in security to your savings. The Piggy Bank is merely a pretty ornament. Save to protect your future. Start a Bank Savings Account. today. FARMERS BANK Member Federal Deposit Corporation JOHN MAXHEIMERS' WILL CELEBRATE 60th WEDDING EVENT Mr. and Mrs. John P. Maxheim- er, who moved from Chestnut to Mount Pulaski nine years, ago live at the corner of Jefferson and Vine streets, will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Sunday, Feb. 4, with a family gathering and dinner in the Leg- ion Home. John P. Maxheimer was born in Lake Fork tonship, a son of Phillip and Fredericka Wells Maxheimer. Anna Stoll was born in the Chestnut vicinity, a dau- ghter of Erhardt and Anna May- er Stoll. They were married Feb. 5, 1891, at the home of her par- ents. The attendants were Miss Mary Maxheimer, and the bride's sister, Mrs. Mary Lawrence, de- ceased; Jacob Stoll of Chestnut, and Charles Rupp of Fresno, Ca/. The wedding ceremony was per- formed by Rev. Christian Holst, who was pastor of the Mount Pu- laski Zion Lutheran church. Chestnut, remaining there they located in Mount PulaskL The Maxheimer's have five sons, three daughters, 42grand - children and 29 great-grandchild ren. Cars Collided A car collision at the north- east corner of the square yes- terday morning involved a Stude- baker car driven by Mrs. John McCain and the panel delivery truck of Jesse Cox. None of the occupants were i seriously injured, but Mrs. Mc- Cain was badly bruised. Her little son, riding in the back seat, was uninjured. The cars were badly damaged, however. Related Jimmy, I wish you'd learn bet- ter table manners; you're a reg- ular little pig at the table." Deep silence on Jimmy's part. So father, inorder to impress him more added, "I say, Jimmy, do Mr. and Mrs. Maxheimer resid- you know what a pig is?" ed on a farm south of Chestnut I "Yes, sir," replied Jimmy, very for 25 ),ears. then moved into I meekly, "it's a hog's little boy." i Phone 72 E. L. ROTHWELL REAL ESTATE BROKER AUCTIONEER Farm and Farm Sales Mount Pulaski VOl OFFICIAL P UBLICATION .... Reserve District No. 7 State No. 70-722 Report of the Condition of THE FARMERS BANK OF MT. PULASKI Mr. PULASKL ILLINOIS a member of the Federal Reserve System, at the close of business on .Icember 30, 1950, published in accordance with a call made by the Federal Reserve Bank of this district pursuant to the provisions of the Federal Reserve Act. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in proeea of collection ......................................................... $ 58,748.14 | 2. United "States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ............................................. 1,3772,5.00 3. Obligations of States and Political Sub-di- visions ................................................................. 45,0(]0.00 5. Corporate stocks (including $4,500.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank_ .........................  4,500.00 6. Loans and disceunts (including $870.41 erdrafts) ........................................................ 631,195.48 7. Bank premises owned $1,750.00; furniture and fixtures $1,250.00 .......................................... 3,000.00 8. Real estate owned other than bank premises 1.00 o 12. TOTAL ASSETS .................................................... $2, 650,989.62 LhlKlLrrs 13. Demand deposits of individuals, part n • r- ships, and corporations. .................................. $1,468,933.53 14. Time deposits of individuals, p4trtnemhlps and corporations .............................................. 783,774.13 15. Deposits of United States Government (in- cluding postal savings) .................................... 45290.09 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 8074.42 17. Deposits of banks ........................................... 28,8(}4.36 18. Other deposits (certified aria oeacers cheeks, etc.) .................................................................... 29,172.02 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS ..................... $2,436,5455 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subor- dinated obligations shown below ................ $2,43648.55 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital ............................................................ $ 100,000.00 26. Surplus ........................................................... 65,000.00 27. Undivided profits ............................................. 24A41.07 28. Reserves (and retirement account tor pre- ferred capital) ................................................. 25,000.00 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ........................ 214,44.1.07 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL AC- COUNTS .......................................................... $2,650,989.62 • This bank's Capital consists of common stock With total par value of $100,000.00. MEMORANDA: 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liablli. ties and for other purposes ............................ $ 1 00,000.00 33. (a) Loans as shown above are after deduction of re- serves of ................................................................ $ 18,$60.83 I, A. W. Sehaffenacker. Cash ier of the above named bank, hereby certify that the above statement is true to the best stof my knowledge and belief. A. W. SCHAFFENACKER, Cashier. CorrectAttes: " ! IRA VEAIL T. A. SCROGGIN G. A. VOILE ., .........