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OF LEGION SUNDAY of the American Ryman-Fuiten Post No: will have a "Birthday of Le- Pay" in the Legion Home Pulaski, April 3 at 6 p. died Monday, March 27, 1961, at 4:45 p.m. She had been ill for: is to celebrate the 42nd several years and on Monday was of the American Le- removed to the ALM hospital in which had its beginning m Lincoln after her condition be- in March 1919, when a few came worse. She was dead on American soldiers still re- arrival at the hospital. on duty across, after Decedent was born near Forest War II, were concerned a- City on Nov. 6, 1903, a daughter the families of their fallen of Eugene and Stella Lux Martin She married Ben Klockenga on great organization of Feb. 11, 1937. They lived near had its beginning in the in- Emden for some time before go- of the welfare, the orphan- ing to Lincoln vicinity. She wa, also the disabled a member of St. Peter Lutheran families. Church in Emden. affair is to be a potluck. Mrs. Klockenga is survived by invitations have been sen1 her husband, a daughter Mr Ray and its is hoped (Eugenia) Lynch of Mount Pu- member, old and new, or a laski; her mother, Mrs. Stella : andhis faro- Martin Groves, of San Jose; four get the invitation thru brothers, Walter, of Lincoln; ! news. Richard of Mount Pulaski; Dallas 3rd is the regular meet- date of the Auxiliary, and a business meeting will be following the supper. members urged to come, food and own din- service. ESTATE TRANSFERS F. Talmage and Marl Talmage to Henry J. Kaufz Thelma Kautz, lot 12 and half of lot 11, block E. Turley's first addition to ,s In Service Walton, Jr, now in the Navy, has the following 529-75-28 SR, Co. No. U. S. Naval Training Cen- Diego 33, Calif. CAGERS ON APRIZ 7 chestnut grade cagers be honored at a potluck sup- day, April 7 at 6:15 p.m. grade school care- speaker will be Aldridge Atlanta high school bas- coach. is invited to attend. should bring a meat a dish to pass, dessert, and table service. Drinks will be FRIENDS TURKEY DINNER Arthur Broughton enter- a group of friends at a dinner at 6 p.m. Thurs- 23, at her home on St. Following the Hundred was play- to Mrs. Ed- T. Goddard, Mrs. Rinaldo and Mrs. Harvey Robinson. included Mrs. Geo. Mrs. Ruth Berry, Mrs. Buckles, Miss Eva Starr, Buckles, Mrs. John Mrs. Leigh Broughton, [ Mrs. Claude Litterly. N BAND APRIL 6th Sil-Tennial Kitchen Band its next rehearsal on afternoon, April 6, at at the library. please note change of is rehearsing for a of programs to be pre- April and also for a TV in the near future. members are welcome. now! a head-on collis. 2 trains of thought. Admiral: One who attacks from the" rear. Momst  IlL ttlUISDAY,   1961 MOTHER OF MRS. RAY LYNCH DIED IN LINCOLN, MONDAY Mrs. Flora Klockenga, 57, rx. 1, Lincoln, Ill., formerly of Emden, L ESTATE SURANCE Management W. Sdtalievjc0000 and Robert Martin, of San Jose; a half-brother, James Groves of San Jose; three sisters, Mrs. Gene- vieve Swille of Lincoln; Mrs. Mary Armstrong of San Jose; Mrs. Frances Pentrase, of Arcadia, Calif.; and three grandchildren. The remains were removed fromed from the hospital to the Hallmann Funeral Home in Dela- van, where funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 29. Interment was made in Green Hill Cemetery, San Jose. CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank all our friends and neighbors for all the cards and flowers, and the many kindnesses shown us during the illness and at the time of the death of my father. Mrs. Melvin Singley and Family. OFFICIAL PUMLICATION Report of Condition of Dial SW 2.5q5 Cooke & Springs Sts. PO1,AS]D, ILL. BIRTHS In Germany on Sunday, Mar. 12, a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Hein. The father is in the U. S. Army and is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hein of Chestnut. The mother is a native of Germany. In St. Mary's hospital, Decatur, Friday, March 24, a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wolf of 830 Montgomery Lane, Decatur. They now have one son and two daughters. Both Mr. and Mrs. Wolf are former Mt. Pulaski residents. The mother is the form- er Joan Hubbard. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wolf land Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hub- bard, Mt. Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mattingly of 902 Green St, Normal, are par- ents of a daughter, Karla Marie, i born Tuesday, March 28. This is their second daughter. Grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burks, Mr. Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paolone of this city are parents of a son, born in Decatur-Macon county hospital Monday, March 27. They now have two children, a girl and a boy. Local grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Huston. HOSPITAL NEWS Miss Flora Jennie Herrin, Buffa- lo, was removed to the Carle Clin- ic in Champaign, on Monday, in the Schahl ambulance. Miss Kathryn Harrison has been transferred from the ALM Nurs- ing Home, to the Mary Henry Nursing Home at 315 Willard St., Lincoln. Mrs. Virgil Langenbahn was admitted to St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, on Monday, for medical attention. Miss Laura Beth Brown entered St. Clara's hospital Monday, as a medical patient. STATE BANK OF CORNLAND of Cornland in the State of Illinois at the close of business on March 20, 1961. 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 ................................................. $ ]22,799.90 2. United States Government obligations, di. rect and guaranteed ........................................ 454,762.50 3. Obligations of States and political sub- divisions .................................................. 7,700.00 6. Loans and discounts (including $553.56 overdrafts} ............................................................ 581,035.96 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 ................................................. :... $1,167,098.36 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partner ships, and corporations ..................................... $ 487.247.68 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ............................................ 450,740.78 15. Deposits of United States Government (in- cluding p postal savings) ...................................... 12,084.47 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 92,078.71 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) ......................................................... 15,989.68 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS ..................... $1,058,141.32 23. Other liabilitie ..................................................... ,25 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including sub. ordinated obligations shown below) .............. $1,058,141.57 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 23. Capital (par value per share $71 3]7) ............ $ 25,000.00 26. Surplus ................................................................. 60,000.00 27. Undivided profits ............................................. 3,956.79 28. Reserves ............................................................... 20,000.00 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUN2 .......................... $ 108,956.79 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ......................................................... $1,167,098.36 MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes .................... $ 115,106-25 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 state of the several matters herein contained and set forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief. George E. Drake, Cashier. Correct--Attest: Minnie D. Bryson Lulu Day Lanham G. A. Volle, Directors. State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 23rd day of March, 1961. (seal) Public Commission 1964 GRADE SCHOOL MENUS FOR APRIL 3rd TIIRU 7th Mcmda--Barbecue on bun, Ba-! nana salad, green beans, milk. Tuesda2vWieners and sauerkraut mashed potatoes and butter, sliced peaches, bread and but- ter, milk. Wednesday-- Goulash, buttered peas, peanut butter sandwich, pineapple slices, milk. Thursday -- Turkey salad sand- wich, cream corn with crackers, cookie, mixed fruit, milk. Friday- Toasty cheese on bun, vegetarian beans, gelatin, milk. CAm) or u, : We take this op thank friends and the words of sympathy, and all other kindnesses to us at the time of the our loved one, Anna The Highbrow: A person who at a sausage and Picasso. MENU EASTER Dinner Choice of Meats: TURKEY and Dressing BAKED HAM ROAST BEEF $1.35 Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Sweet Potatoes, Green Beans, Potato Salad, Bean Salad, Buttered Corn, Slaw, Com- binatio Salad, Jell-O, Deviled Eggs, Cottage Cheese,  Sauce. 'DON'S DINER ON RTE. 121 MT. OFFICIAL ]RBLICATION Report of Condition of STATE BANK OF LATHAM of Latham in the State of Illinois at the close of bustue on March 20, 1961. Published in Response to Call of Conrad F. Becket, Direct" or of Financial Institution ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection ............................................................ $ 183,8171 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ...................................................... 305J7 3. Obligations of States & political subdivisions 104,975_ 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures ................ 19,M 5. Corporate stocks ................................................... 2,550}0 6. Loans and discounts (including $1,441.21 over- drafts) .................................................................... 437,658 7. Bank premises owned $1.00; furniture & fix- tures $1.00 ............................................................... 2 11. Other Assets ............................................................ 64 12. TOTAL ASSETS ...................................................... $1,054,770 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partner- ships and corporations ........................................ 587,536 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ................................................... 192,007.45 15. Deposits of United States Government (in. cluding postal savings) ...................................... 16. Deposits of States & political subdivisions 18. Other deposits (certified and officers checks, etc ....................... 15.{}@ 19. TOTAL =============.':===.=============== ..... 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subord. inated obligations shown below) .................. $ 920141 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital (par value per share $100.00) .......... $ 26. Surplus ................................................................. 27. Undivided profit ................................................. 28. Reserves 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ....... : .................. $ 134,6 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL AC. COUNTS ................................................................ $1,054,770 MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabil. ities and for other purposes ............................ $ 50,000.00 32. (a) Loans as shown above are after de- duction 'of reserves of ......................................... 9,57K61 I, G. E. Voile, President of the above-named bank, dO solemnly affirm that the above statement is true to the beSZ of my knowledge and belief. G. E. VOLLE, Presldea Correct--Attest: Anna M. Voile E. M. Culp G. A. Voile, Directors. State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 24th day of March,., 1961. R. v  expires 29,