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de i] be n at . of ill n 7. J m fount ! ggre- tll el"s, :! ;elch )pell- M. nelly ten- , 83, [aski ski. the ing ctic- ffter 1 tl r I p 1 .&apos; of l ere- end )ru- ! .'ted by OSCAR G. HAHN, 70, BORN NEAR ELKHART, DIED IN NEW YORK Oscar G. Hahn, 70, of 80 Cot- tage St., Lockport, N. Y., died on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1961, in Ros- well Park Memorial Institute at Buffalo, N.Y., after being ill for three weeks. He was born July 6, 1890 near the old Plainview School in Elk- hart Townships, Logan County Illinois, 6 miles west of Mount Pulaski, the son of Herman and Margaret Van Campen Hahn. His father was a native of Havana and his father was born in Ger- many. His parents were married in Elkhart township in 1881, and after farming in the Mt. Pulaski area for about 25 years, moved to the city. Decedent attended the Mt Pulaski schools, and was a veteran of World War I. Followin the war he married Miss Lorine Doran, daughter of i Mr. and Mrs Thomas Doran ell Mount Pulaski. They located in l-ckport, N.Y. about 30 years a- go, where he was employed as: an electrician by the New York State Electric & Gas Corp. for several years, and also as an electrician at the Flintkote Co. plant for five years, before re- tiring 10 years ago. The Hahn family was well known in Mt. Pulaski and Oscar was a charter member of the American Legion in this city. In ELan kport he was a member of the nglish Lutheran Church. Decedent is survived by his Wife; three daughters, Mrs. Win. Ryan, Mrs. Richard Shohlozian and Mrs. Bruno Marotta, all of Cding All Artists . . . Logan county art enthusiasts are again invited to participate in the Town & Country Art Show to be held in the Farm Bureau Auditorium in Petersburg Tues- day, Feb. 21, 1961. The art ex- ]ibit is made up of cooperators who have an interest in art, like to display their talents, and like to gain recognition. The exhibit will be judged by a University of Illinois artist who will select top exhibits to repre- sent the area at the U. of I. dur- ing Farm and Home Festival April 6. Exhibit rules and procedures are: Artists who have exhibited at the Illinois State Fair or sim- ilar competition are not eligible. Items selected for exhibit must be original works produced by the artist during the past year, in oils, water colors, pencil, char- coal, pastels, ink, or any media, on paper, canvas, or flat surface. All pictures must be framed or mounted. Photographs and num- bered pictures are not eligible. Original ceramic, metal, wood- craft, weaving, and other handi- craft items are also eligible. A fee of $1 will be charged for each item exhibited, to cover part of the cost of judging at the Menard Show. For more information and entry blanks, contact the office of Har- old Brinkmeier, Farm Adviser. ELKHART MASONS I0 a.m. Worship Ex. 3, 1-16. Matt 17, 1-6 "Voices on the Mountain." 7 p.m. Bible Institute. Tues: Ladies Aid Serving Elmer Henrichsmeyer Sale. Thurs., 2 p.m. Ladies' Aid. THE METHODIST CIUH Chestnut Bey. Roy W.  Pmltor Sunday School ............. 9:30 Worship Service ........... 10:30 AM. A cordial invitation to all! ZION LwrRzRAR CH (Chestnut) Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. D. E. r, Ph. ]Rr6.ll Sun., 9:30 an. Sunday School and Bible Classes 10:30 a-n. Worship Service LATIIAM BAPTIST {ED{ Lqtham, mtnols Lauis E. Km-- 10:30 a,'n. Womlgp Service 7:30 pJn. Evening Worship THE CHRISTIAN (rITR{ Paul P. B Minister 9:30 azn. Bible School 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon: "It's In The Book" 6:30 p.m. Youth Hour 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Speaker: Mr. Lyle Brassfield. ts On Sunday night, Jan. 22, the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church will share in a pulpit exchange with the Greenview Christian Church. Mr. Lyle Brassfield, from Green- view, will preach here and Mr. Burdick will preach in Green- view. The purpose of this ex- change is to inform the churches of the needs of our summer camp. 'ictures of the camp will be shown. The Logan County Christian Church Youth Group will meet HOOL  ]I-lAY EXAMIMATIOM$ Tuesday, Jan. 24, from 1 to 6 p.m., at the Lincoln Community High School, X.ray Examinatimm will be made for the school per- sonnel in Logan county. It is legally required that all school personnel who come in contact with students, secure an X-ray examination. NOTE OF THANKS I want to thank my friends and relatives for their prayers, cards, flowers, and visits, and all other thoughtfulness, while I was a patient at the Coles Hospital. in Champaign, and since returning to my home. They were greatly appreciated. John Geyer. -AUSTIN NEWS By stt Kenvd Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rau were dInner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Tuggle, Sunday evening. Mrs. Leona Hoaglln of War- rensburg spent over Sunday night with her daughter the Win. Hefts Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rau visited Rev. and Mrs. B. C. Dutton in Saybrook, Monday afternoon of last week. I The Wm. Hefts spent the week 1 end with her sister, Hazel and i family in O Failion, Me. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rau{ visited her brother, Dr. Glenn Marshalls in Effingham, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Linn Rau have mdmmed frmn a vislt, niece in AlabamL Joe Goretzke visited Ids ter and family, the lors in Lebanon last week. Word from Mrs. Levis of Waco, being transferred' to Christi, Texas, along the Mr. and Mrs. Cliffo R au Decatur will soon be Mason, Ariz to reside house is nearly finished f The 4-H Club met in Marion Aisup ing. " That spring.like weath ed Sunday . cooler and rain most all day, fro --walks were slick. day; foggy Monday freeze on. Sun A good attendance conference at Center Tuesday evening. Rev. Longenbaugh of Decatur as chairman pro tem. was elected - same one - begins the 49th year. Lay bet or delegate to annual ference in June, in church at Olney, Mrs. Lyle sock, was elected. Mrs. Linn Rau. Communion ards were elected (never fore) Mrs. F. Ferrill and Officers will be installed Sunday soon. =iuet:.. A festive where a man who is ed is usually being too. Lockport; .two sons, Oscar T., of Lockport, and William H., of t=leveland, Ohio; two brothers, Herman Hahn of Lawndale, Ill., Frederick Hahn of Mr. Pulaski IlL; two sisters, Mrs. Marie Hod- son of Springfield, Ill. ,and Mrs. Charles Koehnle, of Buffalo, and, 14 grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m, Friday, Jan. 13, in the Reyn- olds Funeral Home in Lkport, COnducted by the Rev. Robert E. lner, pastor of the Lockpert nglish Lutheran Church. Burial was in the Cold Spring Cemetery at Lockport. GARDEN CLUB TO HAVE POTLUCK The Mt. Pulaski Garden Club Will meet on Thursday, Jan. 26, (one day earlier than usual) at the Muldoon Building club room. tdtluck A dinnenr will be fea- t at 12:30 p.m. Coffee will be furnished. Bring own table Service. ! a .A program will follow in the anoon and will consist of a emonstration by *Mrs. Oswald "rooker" showing how various Plante/may be made with wood ore. Since this should prove to eisora most interesting pro_grlTit vit-n to the public ana a - Colored slides will be shown. Plans are being made to attend the Garden Club Show in March at McCormick Place in Chicago. DEc'LECTED OFFICER OF ATUR BANK The Northtown Bank of Decatur Which was organized in November Lg recently held its election the new year. One of the pro- oters of this bank was Harold bbard of Mount Pulaski. The shareholders of the banking in- stitution held the annual meeting t}tday evening, Jan. 10 and elected - . officers and directors. act. Hubbard was re-elected as ! one of the directors and re-elected as one of the three vice-presi- dents. cJcH COUNCILMEN mTAL/MED AT ST. JOHNJ LthuThe following men, elected to Church Council of St. John's theran Church at its annual [ag, were istalled into off- .zth.e pastor, the Rev. Ray O. ,_ in, at the worship service rest Sunday morning: . ^. IIIarold._ Mann, Trustee; y t , Earl Jackson and Robert fort, Deacon Tact: The art of about as would have them INSTALL OFFICERS Elkhart Lodge No. 903, A.F. & A.M., held their annual in- stallation of officers in the lodge hall on Saturday. Jan. 14, I961 at 7:30 p.m. Officers installed were: Worshipful Master, Harold Kerschner; Sr. Warden, Clark Dobey; Jr. Warden, Wayne Han- her; Secretary, J. W. Shawgo; Treasurer, Wayne Sapp; Chap- lain, John Drake; Sr. Deacon, Joseph Jones; Jr. Deacon, Raymond Miller; Sr.  Steward, Frank Bruce; Jr. Stew- ard, Leo D. Grieme, Marshal,! erman Miller; Tyler, Raymond! Wilbanks. The installing staff was from Lincoln Lodge 211 and includ- ed Edgar Salzenstein, Master; David Sullivan, Marshal; Paul Williamson, Chaplain. Salzenstein is District Deputy Grand Master. CHURCHES ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. M Rothe Ph. SW2-56 Fri., 7:30 p.m. P.T.L. Sat., 9-11:15 a.m. Saturday School. Sun., 9 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes. fat the Atlanta Christian Church on Monday night, Jan. 23, at 7:30 p.m. We will leave from our Church at 6:45 p.m. Prayer Meeting service on Wed- nesday night at 7:30 for all those interested in a study of the word of GOd and in prayer. COPELAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH 9:30 a.m.--Bible School 10:30 a.m.---Church Services 7:15 p.m.--Christian Endeavor 8:00 p.m.---Church Services FIRST METHODIST CHURCH John Muir, Pastor 9:00*a.m. Sunday School. We have classes for every- one. Bring the whole fam- ily! 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship St. THOMAS AQUIlqAS CHURCH Rev. Edward M. E.tv, PmJtor Mass on Sunday, Jan. 22 at 8 A.M. J St. JOHN'S LUTIRAlq C[FRC Ray O. Z Pastor Sunday School 9:00 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 azn. The Senior Choir will slng: "I Waited For The Lord," by Mendelssohn The Sermon will be: "Our Sav- iour, The Fountain of Living Water." A cordial invitation to all. SEE US BEFORE BUYING MONUMENTS or Grave Markers All Colors and Sizes LATHAM, ILLINOIS SCHAHL Home For FUNERAL00 Mt. Pulaski Dial SW 2-3235 DAY OR NIGHT Our Phone Is Attended 24 Hours A Dy 7 Days A Week Schahl Funeral Home Mount Pulaski, illinois Report of Condition of STATE BANK OF LATHAM of Latham, Logan County, Illinois, at the close of December 31, 1960, a State banking institution and operating under the banking laws of the State Illinois and a member of the Federal Reserve Published in accordance with a call made by the of the Department of Financial Institutions and by Federal Reserve Bank of this District. AS$'S 1. Cash, balances with oth banks, including reserve balances, and cash items in process of collection .......................................................... $ 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ............................................ 3. Obligations of States & political subdivi- sions ............................................................. 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures ................ 5. Corporate stock ( including $2,550.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) .................................... 6. Loans and discounts (including None overdrafts) .................................................. 7. Bank premises owned $1.00; furniture & fix- < tures $1.00 ........................................... (Bank premises owned are subject to None liens not assumed by bank.) ..... 12. TOTAL ASSETS .................................................. LIABILtTS 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partner- ships and corporaflor ..................................... $ 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ................................................ 15. Deposits of United States Government fin- cluding postal savings) ...................................... 16. Deposits Of States & political subdivisionL_ 18. Other desposits (certified and officers checks, etc.) .......................................................................... 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS .................. $903,9220 ..... 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES .................................. $ C&PITAL AOUNT$ 25. Capital * .................................................................. $ 26. Surplus ............................................................ 27. Undivided profits .............................................. 28. Reserves (and retirement account for pre- ferred capital) ........................................................ 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......................... 30. TOTAL UABILITIES AND CAPITAL AC- COU'TS ...........  ...........  ................................. This bank's capital consists of common stock par value of $25,0000. MHMOILDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes ........................................ 32. (a) Loans as shown above are after de- duction of reserves of. ....................................... I, G. E. Volle, President of the above-named bank, certify that the above tatement is true to the best knowledge and belief. Correct Attest: G.E. Voile, E. M. Culp Anna kL Voile G. A. Volle, Directors State cxf Illinois, County of Logan, ss. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 11th ary, 196L Dan Voile,