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. ms) HILLTOP  LOKIRS LEAGUE Sun., 9 a.m. Sunday School and (Wed., Mar. 29) (Mort., Mar. 27) Bible Classes for all ages. W L Let's Go Hanslow Standard Service' 126 Dick's Place 52 35 TIIE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Stahl Bros. 115 Latham Oil Service 48 39 Paul P. Burdick, Minister Bowling ! B M.A. 112 Chestnut Farmers Gr. 47 40 9:30 a.m. Bible School Hilltop Bowl 109 Stahl Hardware 46 41 10:30 azn. Morning Worship Logan Farm Service 108 Tomlinson Elevator 45 42 Choir Anthem, "Rise, My Soul!" Wolcott's Soft Water 98 Neaviile's Jewelry 43 44 Sermon: "He Is Risen!" Budweiser 96 Meadow Gold 43 44 7:30 pxn. Evening Worship Winners Rocky Ford 86 Minnesota Tool Co. 40 47 Solo: "I Know My Redeemer Mt Pul. Farm. Gr. & Elev. 85 Mt Pul. Fire Depar. 36 51 Liveth", Maxine Schultz. 3  Curtis Oil Co. 80 Faultless Feeds 35 52 Sermon: "Behold, He Cometh!" Ind. game: Bud Manes, 234. High team: Faultless Feeds of the High Three Ind. series: Bud Manes, 662. 2402. Aanotmcemats Classic which ended last Team game: B.M.A., 957. High game: Paul Manes, 208. The Community Sunrise Serv- were: Team series: Curtis Oil, 2755. Ind. series: Tom Havener, 544. ice will be held at the grade . Scratch. -- school gym on Easter morning Mahan, Lincoln, 666; R. SPORTSMAN'S LEAGUE C H U R C H E S at 6:30 a.m. Springfield, 649; C. Florey, (Fri., Mar. 24) The closing service of our pre- FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Easter meeting will be Sunday 615; Joe rimbush, Spng- 613; Charles Calvert, Spring- Mt. Pulaski Grain Co. 144 Jofm Muiz, Pastor night at 7:30 p.m. The women 610; Dale Cline, Springfield, Brown's BulIsitters 137 Sunday, April 2rid: of the church will be a featured part of the service. Manes, Mt. Pulaski, Turner Motor Service 117 6:30a.m. Easter Sunrise Service The regular Deacons meeting Montgomery, Taylorville, Robb TV 113 at the Grade School. will be Monday night, April 3, Logan Farm Service 110 9:00a.m. Sunday School. We at 7:00 p.m. The Church Board Dean's Sundries 110 have classes for everyone, will meet the same night at 7:30. - Handicap - Bo:Jac Hybrids 108 10:00 an. Easter Morning Wor- Prayer Meeting on Wednesday Hoerdeman, Lincoln, Rothwell Lumber Co. 98 ship: Sermon: "Christ Lives." night at 7:30 o'clock. Dean Tate, Decatur, 704; Faultless Feeds 94 Anthems by the Chancel and The Ladies Aid will meet on Branch White Heath, 682; Hahn Oil Service 91 Youth Choirs, and reception of Latham, 682; Leroy High team series: Mr. Pulaski new members. We have a Thursday, April 6 at 2 p.m. in Springfield, 682; R. Biond- Grain Co., 2627. friendly church and invite you the church basement. The people of the Christian Taylorville, 670; Earl High ind. series: W. Wilham, to worship with us Easter Sun- Churches of this area are invited Lincoln, 660; Carl Burg- 644. day. Members are reminded to to attend the preaching rally be- Sprfield, 660; K. Clark, High ind. game: W. Wilham, bring their Lenten Mission ing held at the Cornland Christ- . 265. Folders. ion Church, Monday thru Friday, Wed]lay, &lil 5th: April 3 - 7. - Squad Prizes. TOPPERS LEAGUE Ham supper sponsored by the Tate, Decatur, 255; Charl- Springfield, 222; Carl (Tues., Mar. 28) Wesleyan Class. Serving begins St, JOHN'S LUTKERAN CHURCH W L at 5:00 pa. Ray O. Zumstela, Springfield, 234; C. Les' Standard 61 29 The Chancel Choir will meet Peoria, 234; Ewald Hoerd- B. F. Holmes 54 35% for rehearsal at 7:30 p.m. Maundy Thursday, March 30 . Lincoln, 268. Al's Conoco 49 41 The, April 6th: Holy Communion, 7:30 p.m. Ray Letterle Painting 48 42 The WSCS will meet at the The confirmation class will re- Fire Department and Ever- StoLl Coal & Gas Co. 45% 44% church at 7:30 p.m. ceive its first communion. The ladies' team battle it Zim's Super Market 43% 46% St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Senior Choir will sing, '"Peace I the championship, of the Bartlemay & Sons 41% 48% lv. Edwmd M. , P(ml Leave With You," by Roberts, with solo parts sung by Margaret League next Wednesday PAG Hybrids 39 51 Good Friday, Way of the Cross, Washbond. The Pastor's medi- Chestnut Fire Dept. 37 53 at 7:30 pan. Times-News 31 59 High Mass on Easter Sunday at tation will be: "The Cross and CHURCH LKAGUE Team series: Bartlemay, 2,450. 7:30 aan. (March 23) Team game: Bartlemay, 902. W L Ind. high: R. Holmes: 556 ZION LWrlRKN cDrE Lutheran 51 30 High game: D. Pope, 204. Church of the Lutheran Hour Christian 1 47 34 Rev. Mmin Rot Ph. SW2-5965 hl. Christian 1 45 36 Christian 1 44% 36% OIFFI{Vd IEgRLICATIN 43 38 Rqmrt of CondlUon of : Lutheran 42 39 Christian 2 37 44 BANK OF CHESTNUT Christian 2 33% 47 Workers 32% 48% of Chestnut in the State of Illinois at the close of business Christian 2 29 51% on March 20, 1961. series: St. John's Luth- Published in response to Call of Conrad F. Becker, Director 2271. of Financial Institutions. game: Mt. Pulaski CPiian No. 2, 811. ASSETS 2. ind. game: Oliver Diez, 215. I. Cash, balances with other banks, including Oliver Diez, 563. reserve balances, and cash items in pro- 3. __ .cess of collection ........................................... $ 134,100.80 MEN'S LEAGUE 2. United States Government obligations, di- 5. (March 27) rect and guaranteed ....................................... 399,096.94 6. l.i.  4. Other bonds, notes, and debenture ............. 1050.00 7. Department No. 2 156 6. Loans and discounts (including (None) Transfer 141 overdrafts) ...................................................... 537,093.14 Co. 138 7. Bank premises owned $131.00; furniture and Elevator 137 fixtures $3,35754 .................................................. 3,488.54 Products 135 8. Real estate owned other than bank prem- 12. Insurance ; 125 ises ......................................................................... 3,051.91 Hybrids 122 Fork Grain Co. 119 12. TOTAL ASSETS ................................................... $1,087,681.33 13. Bros. Implement 106 LIABILITIES Lumber Co. 101 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partner 14. Farmers Elevator, ships, and corporations ..................................... $ 665,901.27 15. 2449. 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, Team game: Wilham Construc- and corporations ................................................. 149,073.65 16. llon Co., 861. 15. Deposits of United States Government (in. 17. series: John Woodrum, 590. cluding postal savings) ..................................... 6,841.95 18. game: John Woodrum, 233. 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 1392:13.40 -- 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' 19. TOPE'ITE LEAP,IrE checks, etc.) ....................................................... 6216.94 23. (Mar. 29) 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS .................. $96767I W L 24. 60% 26 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including sub- Koehler 59% 27% ordinated obligations shown below ............ $ 967,26721 & Hild 56 31 cAPrrAL ACCOUNTS 25. Standard 43 41 25. Capital (par value per share $100.00) ............ $ 40,000.00 26. 44 43 26. Surplus ......................................................... 60,000.00 27. Insurance 40 47 27. Undivided profits ......................................... 1414.12 28. Coal & Gas Co. 39 48 28. Reserv)es ................................................................. 5,000.00 Construction 35 52 29. Paolone 34 53 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ........................ $ 119,814.12 Variety 22 65 team: Horn's 2127. 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL 30. game: Koehler, 761. ACCOUNTS $1,0E/,08133 series: Werth, 519. MEMORANDA game: Turner, 199. 3L Assets pledged o, assigned to secure 31. liabilities and for other purposes_ .................. $ 123,066.62 I, Clifford Lelmbach, Cashier, of the above-named bank, Custom do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and that it fully and correctly rellresents the true state of the several matters herein contained and set forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief Clifford Leimbach, Cashier. Ammor00a Correct--Attest: Wm. H. Leimbach Eugene Kretzinger Michael Drake, Directors. --::-- , State of Hlinois, County of Logan, ss: COW Sworn1961. to and subscribed before me this 22nd day of March, MT. PA%S (SEAL) Theckla Stoll, Notary Public. '. . My Commission expires Aug. 3, 1963. i:!ii Holy Communion, Good Friday, Mar. 31 Service with Meditation ic, 7:30 p.m. The pastor's tation will be: 'rhe Cross the End." The Junior Choi sing, "Now the Day is Over." Senior Choir will sing "God So Loved The "Were You There?" and, ') red Head Now Wounded." Moore and Dan McNabb will Gounod's "O Divine East , Apm 2 Sunday School Worship Service 10:30 The Sermon will be: 'he tory of Christ for Us." The music will be: "I'n Spring of Souls the Junior Choir, and er Morning", Evans, by Senior Choir. Holy Communion A cordial invitation to all ELECTION NOTICE For Bored of Eduoali Comunlty Cmlsofidated District No. 204 Notice is hereby given Saturday, the 8th day of 1961, an election will be the place hereinafter School District No. 204, Logan and State of Illinoi the purpose of electing 3 bers of the school board district for the full term. The polling place for the District will be held at the School Building. The Polls will be opened o'clock P.M., and close o'clock P.M., of the same By order of the School said District. Dated this 24th day of 1961. Attest: Oscar Poffenbarger, OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Report of Condition of THE FARMERS BANK OF MT. PULASKI of Mt. Pulaski in the State of Illinois at the close of on March 20, 1961. Published in Response to Call Conrad F. Becker, Director of Financial Institution ASSETS L Cash balances, with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection ......................................................... $ United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed .................................................. Obligations of States and Political Sub. divisions ...................................................... Corporate Stocks ............................................. Loans and discounts (including $2,118.61 overdrafts 32. tions of reserves of ............................................. $ I, Dan Voile, Cashier, of the above named bank, solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and fully and correctly represents t he true state of the matters herein contained and set forth, to the best of knowledge and belief. Correct Attest: DAN G. A. Voile E. K. Rothwell Wilford Scroggin, Jr. Directors. State of Hlinois, County of Logan. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 24th day March,. 1961. Harriet Bender, Notary My (mmiion expiis Feb, , Bank premises owned $18,000; furniture and fixtures $1,000.00 ......................................... 19,0(  (Bank premises ownedare subject to None liens not assumed by bankl TOTAL ASSETS. ................................................ LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partner. ships, and corporations .................................... Time deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations ................................................. 701,259 Deposits of United States Government (in- cluding postal savings) ...................................... Deposits of States and political subdivisions Deposits of banks .............................................. Other deposits (certified and officers checks, ete_) ........... : ............. : .......................................... 30,710 TOTAL DEPOSITS ................... $2,182,059.72 "" Other Labilities ...................................................... TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obligations shown below) .......... CAPITAL ACCO Capital (par value per share $100.00) ............ $ Surplus ...................................................... $ Undivided profits ............................................. Reserves TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......................... TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL AC- COUNTS ORNDA: Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabiH- ties and for other purposes ............................ $ 100,000 (a) Loans as shown above are after dedue.