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(Continued from page 2) r Iahn, Mount Pulaski, married in mort Wayne. 21--Mrs. Della Rickords, 74, nother of Oscar Rickords living rest of Moun t Pulaski, found dead her home in Springfield. 23--Daughter born in Deaconess toepital, Lincoln, to Mr. and Mrs. orman Schahl living west of iount Pulaski. 24--Mr. and Mrs. served C.H. Leckbee ry. 12th wedding anniver- 25--Rev. William Gilbert Jones, 2, former pastor of Mount Pulas- ar "ti Christian church, and living in )ecatur, died from injuries receiv- ,el when struck by a taxicab in ,hat city. on 25---Mrs. Dottle Smith, 59, for- r resident, died at temperer home of her , Mrs William L. Downing, miles north of Mount Pulaski.  25---Mr. and +o m,rry ' Beason, Mrs. George A. celebrated 50th eddlng anniversary. Parents of e on sorace Curry of Mount Pulaski. 26---Sleet storm covered com- .unity with sheet of ice. your '- 26---Daughter born in Bethle- m, Penn., to Prof. and Mrs. Rob- anc]  Mayer. The latter is a native f Mount Pulaski. 27Mr. and Mrs. James B. Fol- of tbse, residing 7 mile southwest of Ry, observed 28th weddin a - I gersary g nnt rs a(i28__ihree above zero, coldest | perature for closing months of in 1"1 " _ i28 -Roy Eugene Tendick, 6 da sferda died in YS - Springfield hospital. n of ENgen e and Mildred Haler u're  ndlck,  of Sherman vicinity ss,rnerly of Mount Pulaski. 9---Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hahn est COoke street, observed 59th J -ling anniversary. vo m 30  Announcement made of e of  Wilrna Vail and try Long, Mount Pulaski, ich Oocurred July 30 in Iowa ty, Iowa. rk sld _____._.. rwain. z,.. 2--John Frank Foster, 58, of ,kes '2---Paul I Weidenbacher, na ays e. of Mount PUlk resident of abe dringfleld many years, took of- as sangamon county r -- . . . # ecoraer. e talk|@ a' re-ezeet.ed Nov. 5. 2,-. George E Boyd, t home in Chlcago 67, died Formerly An- Schafer, whose parents were and Mrs. Adam Schafer of PukL Ale Theobald, 45, who resided west of Mount and had been living near died in Deaconess hos- Lincoln. ---Son born in eneseo to Mr. Mrs. Lawrence Herget Moth- formerly Miss Emma Schahl of Pulaski. 7William Rupp, 72, former RATORY TESTEI I.m Ask W. E. STOLL Cell & lee Co. Mount Pulaskian, died in Quincy. 7--Son born in Springfield hos- pital to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell, Springfield. Mother formerly Elsie Alisopp of Mount Pulaski vicinity. 7--Daughter born in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ross, Mount Pulaski. 8---William M Riley, 66, for- marly of Mount Pulaski, died in Decatur. 8--Miss Media Hicks, Peoria, student flyer, made forced air- plane landing just west of Mount Pulaski. 10---Miss Helen E. Bertrang and Harold B. Scroggin, Mount Pulas- ki, married in St: ouis, Missouri. 10--Emanuel E. Werlich, 91, resident of Mount Pulaski many years ago, died in Deaconess hos- ,pital, Lincoln. ll--Mrs. Lillie M. Birks, 74, of Latham, died in Decatur and Ma- con county hospital. 12--Charles F. Bree, Sr., 72, of Hartsburg vicinity, who formerly lived near Mount Pulaski, died in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln. 13--Mrs. Aria L. Long, 83, .d_. dow of David Long, born near Chestnut died at home in Onawa. Iowa. 14--James Shellhemmer, 70, liv- ing southeast of Mount Pulaski, died at St. Clara's hospital, Lin- coln. 14---Daughter born in Deaconess hospital, Lincoln, to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cooper of Mount Pulaski vicinity. 14 -- Merchants sonsored Christmas entertainment for chil- dren, giving Marionette show in theatre, With San Claus passing around treats. 16--Mrs. Charles F. Bree, So., of Hartsburg vicinity, died five days after death of husband. 16--Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Davis, of Kenney. Mother formerly Ruth Earlene Tendtck of Mount Pulaski vicinity. 16---Son ,born irt Deaconess hos pital, Lincoln, to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hopp, living two miles northwe of Mount Pulaski. 16---Miss Dorothy Louise Rob- son of Mount Pulaski vicinity, and Robert Stuart Vertrees of Fair- field, married in Morganfield, i Kentucky. 17--Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Holmes observed 50th wedding an- niverary. 20--Mount Pulaski township high school observed annual home- coming. Lanphier, Springfield, de- feated Mount Pulaski basketball team 29 to 22. 22--Miss Florence Van Hook, Mount Pulaski, and Wilbur C. Roos, Galesburg, married in this city. 24--Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Birks observed 40tl wedding anniver- sary. 25--Mrs. Matilda Weidenbacher Mount Pulaski's second oldest no- tive born resident, observed 94th birthday anniversary. 26---Mrs. W. H. Stafford, 77, daughter of Jabez Capps, Mount Pulaski's founder in 1836, died in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln. 29--Herman Yagow, formerly of Mount Pulaski vicinity, died in A1- tamonL 30---Son born in I)eacone hoc- pital, Lincoln, to Mr. and Mrs. I Donald Snyder of Mount Pulaski vicinity. 31--John I.#achenmeyer, 77, born in Chester townslMp, died in Arte- sia, California. 31--Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Tur- ley married 25 years. 31--Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Buckle observed 50th wedding anniversary. 31Miss Florence B. Schott, Edinburg, and Kenneth A. Stoll, Mount Pulaski, married in his home two miles east of city. B LAKE FORK MRS. HARRY PIATT Correspondent Quite a number of men from here attended the men's meeting at Emden Thursday night. Those who made the trip were G. A. "Stults, George Peterson and son Gene, Dale Fuiten, Jes Litterly, Iess Wilham, Charles Moore, Roy tnd Welby Moore, Willis Moore, Willis Gaffney, Herman Bohn. The Old Gang club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Keoh- lar witl Miss Della Mae as host- ass. After the business meeting the evening was spent playing games. Refreshments of sand- wiche and cookies were served. Those present were Mervin and Billy Bryan, J. W. and Helen Bry- ant, Delbert Shanley, Jenette and Harold Lee Gaffney, Bethyl and Irvin Donovan, Eddie Lou, Norma Jean and Della Mae Keohlar. Rev. Earl Hargrove of the Lin- coln Christian church was here Friday night and delivered a won- derful sermon. William Peters made a business trip to Lincoln Saturday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Otle Bryant and two children visited Sunday with his brotler near Farmersville, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Piatt of Decatur spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pi- att and Mrs. Chloe Jenner. The Ladies' Aid meeting for this Thursday, Jan. 23, lm been postponed on account of the ill- ness of Olaf Peterson, father of George Peterson and Mrs. Welby Moore. They had planned to meet with Mrs, George Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stults and two daughters of Hartsburg visit- ed Saturday with her mother, Mrs. aura Fuitem III I Ill I I I I I UNNINO WATER When It's So Easy to Have a 00BURKS WATER SYSTEM Why were yourselves out lugging and ItNng weber when for a surprisingly roll amount o| money you can hve dependable, rouble4ree, inexpensive running watee in your home? If you hey electricity by all mesns get tun- in| web, right away. I| you will come in we will be $1d to show you BURKS Wet System and tell yov how litde it costs to have R indlled. JRKS k Ie Serf-Priming, completely eutomeUe Wstem with only ONE MOVING PART. Come' in end see BLACK & COMPANY 125 East Iorth St. Decafur, Illinois Mr. and Mrs. Orville Denovan and two children spent the week- end at Decatur with friends. Mrs. Walter Manley of Lincoln and Jasper Manley of Peoria vis- ited friend here Tuesday. Dee Bryson of cornland was here on business Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Coats of Springfield visited relatives here Sunday. L. F. Keollar is doing lo of Ivan Duncan, of Decatur, ed relatives here Sunday. Zero weather here morning witl snow on the FORMER MOUNT PUIASKIAN DIED IN DECATUR Mrs. Leannah Chapman, 79, for- mer resident of Mount Pulaski, residing at 248 North Main street, Decatur, Illinois, died in her home in that city at 3:20 p. m. Thurso butchering here now at his slaugh- day, Jan. 18, 1841, after an ter pens. All meat is ready to be of three week. cured when he is done with it. Leannah Bicknell was born - " " I .... ]June 26, 1861, in Jackson, Ohio. : everai sne lea corn here .on-  ......... : . Ine Ilrs marrleo a Mr. Dawsort, : day and hauled it to marxet here. ^_ ,;. ^ _ . .... . ,ot- o ,,, Eli Laramee of Moun -masz --r of ears bean known b-that visited here Monday afternoon.  ye , _giv_ i- =th name. .ii e tL- L  ; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Petern t and then moved to Decatur. Her and father Olaf Peterson, of . _ . . ' . . . I secona marriage was to C. C. torn|ana, was here on Duslness Chapman who preceded her in Wednesday. Lawrence Chapman, of Corn-!death several years ago. She is survived by one daugl ter, Mrs. Mildred Brannon, and a land, was here on business Satur- day. Mrs. Mary attengale, of Den- ver, Colo., is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. L. Coats. Kenneth Munyon, of Lincoln, visited his parents here Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Munyom William rissman, of Cornland, wa "here on business Friday. C. L. Coats and L. Chapman were Lincoln shoppers Saturday. Joln Bryson was in Cornland Friday on business. Len Albert, Earl Lercher and Tom Mileham were busines call- ers in Mount Pulaski Saturday. Jack Scott of Buffalo visited relatives here this week. Elza Oglesby and son of near Illiopolis visited relatives here Sunday. granddaughter, Miss Mary Bran, non, of Lincoln; and the following sister and brothers: Mrs. Clar- ence Whiteman, of Chestnut; Mrs. Philip Brunt, Miss Lizzie Ricknell, and James Bicknell, of Spriz- field, Ohio; and Jolm Bicknell of Lincoln. The body was removed from De- catur to the Goff funeral home in Lincoln, where funeral servtce were held at 2 p. m. 18, conducted by Rev Earl I4ar- grove, pas of the First Ohri - tian church, Lincoln. Mrs. W. C. Handlin of Lincoln sang 'Le Kindly Light" and "Abide Me," with accompaniment by M. David N. Hanger, also of Intermen was made in Motmt laski cemetery. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Reserve District No. 8 Report of Condition of THE FARMERS BANK OF MOUNT PULASKI OF MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS a member of the Federal Reserve System, at the close of btmi- aes on December 31, 1940, published in accordance with a call made by the Federal Reserve bank of this district pursuant to provisions of the Federal Reserve Act. ASSET ,,;:. 1. Loans and discount (including $340.99 over- drafts) ................................... $385,512.10 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ........................... 69.100.00 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 18,070.00 4. Other bond, notes, and debentures .......... 6,110.00 5. Corporate stocks (including $4,000 stock of Federal Reserve bank) ..................... 4,000.00 6. Cash, balances with other other banks, includ- ing reserve balance, and cash items i process of collection .............................. 267,644.28 7. Bank premises owned $7,000, furniture and fix- tures $2,250 ............................... 9,250.00 8. Real estate owned other than bank premises __ 5.00 12. TOTAL ASET .......................... $759,691.38 * LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ........................... $240,045.36 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ................................ 310,465,09 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisons ._ 38,267.19 17. Deposits of banks ......................... 15,483.92 18. Other deposits (certified and officers* checks, etc.) ..................................... 2,188.S0 19. TOTAL DEPOSrPS ......... ___ $606,449.86 24. TOTAL LIA_B (not including sug- ared obligations shown belw) ............. $606.449.86 CAPITAL AUNTS 25. Capital* ................................. $100,000.00 26. SuspIus  20,000.00 27. Undivided profits ........................... 28,241.52 28. Reserves (and retirement Ccount for preferred capital ) ........ 5,000.00 9 o 6Z----_----_-Z ..... $1,241. 30. TOTAL LIA AND CAPITAL AC- COUNTS ................................. 759,691.38 *This bank's capital consists qf $ None of capital notes and debentures; first preferred stock with total par value of $ None, total retirable value $ None; second preferred stock with total par value of $ None, total retirable value $ None; and common stock with total par value of $100,000.00. MEMORANDA 33. ubordinated obligations: (b) Other obligations, not included in liabilities, which are subordinated to clainm of depositors and other creditors. Deferred Certificates ___ 25,000.00 I, T. A. Scroggin, President, of , the above-named bank, hereby certify hat the above tatement is true to the .best of my knowledge and belief. T. A. scroggin, Pt. Correct--Attest: IRA. VEAIL HAPY WEI2 G A. VO Directors State of Minois, CounCy of LoEan .m Sworn to and scribed before me this 13th dy of January, 1941, (Seal) DroLl&