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PAGE TWO MOUNT PULASKI . NEVS, MOUNT PULASKL ILLINOIS THURSDAY, ) MOUNT PULASKI TIME-NEWS Mount Pulaski, Illinois Published and entered as second class matter in the postoffice at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1930, under the Act of Congress of March 9, 1879. HARRY J. WIBLE Editor and Publisher Terms of Subscription: Three Months ......................... 75c Six Months .............................. $12.5 One Year .................................... $2.50 Published Every Thursday LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. l:ouis F. Weiden- bather returned Saturday from Decatur, where they had been visiting since Easter with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Milner. Mrs. Roy Lucas returned home Monday from a six-day trip, vis- iting in Oakland, Ind. with her mother, Mrs. Charles Schultz, and with her son Caleb, in Louis- ville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whittle and daughter Barbara of Green- dale, near Milwaukee, Wisc., vis- Red in the city the past week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William G, Whittle. ---Attend the Sunday Matinee at 2 o'clock, at the Mount Pulaski Theatre, and enjoy "West Point Story," with Doris Day. Virginia Mcryo and ]'canes Cjney. Walter Cowan of Buffalo, Mo., has been visiting his daughters, Mrs. Walter Baker and Mrs. Her- bert Musser. Also his sister, Mrs. Willa Cullen and brother James W. Cowan. He is on his way to Hopkinsville, Ky., for a short stay before returning to his home Sunday, April 1, was the birth- day anniversary af Mrs. Elmer Meister Sr., East Cooke street. In honor of the event a turkey din- ner was served on Saturday. Out- of-town friends present were Mrs. Raymond Parton of Decatur; Mrs. Hugh Hoaglin and Mrs. George Waddell of Latham. Mrs. Robert Casad of Spring- field visited near the city from Saturday to Tuesday with her Parents, Mr. & Mrs. Geo. Meister. Meister. She then took a plane She then left for St. Louis, Mo. where she boarded a plane for Austin, Texas, where her hus- band, Sgt. Casad, is stationed at Bergstrom Air Base. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Havener and family had as dinner guests Sunday, April 1, Mr. and Mrs Leslie Ridgeway, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Butler and daughter San- dra of Broadwell; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thompson, daughters Caro- Mount Pulaski THEATRE PIDAY AND SATURDAY April 6 and 7 REX ALLEN in 'The Arizona Cowboy' - plus - 'Belle of Old Mexico' (In Trucolor with Robert Rockwell, Dorothy Pat- rick, Esteleta Rodriguez ALSO CARTOON , SUNDAY - MONDAY April 8 and 9 MATINEE SUNDAY 2 P. M. "West Point Story" with James Cagney, Virginia Mayo, Doris Day, Gordon MacRae, Gene Nelson - plus - SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY April 11 and 12 "rhe Toast of New Orleans" (In Technicolor) with Kathryn Grayson, Mario Lanza, David Niven, $. Carrol Nalak ! NEWS lyn and Sharon of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Boyd and dau- ghter Rita, of the city. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Maske spent Sunday with his brother, George, and family, in Shobonier. E. H. Lukenbill, Lincoln ounty superintendent of schools, Sat- urday received $3,287.24 from the state and federal agencies, as re- imbursement for Logan county schools in February's hot lunch program. The federal amount was $1,971.81, and the state was Mr. and Mrs. Gayland Hack- nan of Cerro Gordo accompan- ied by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Clark of this city, were in Pen. sacola, Fla. last week attending the annual Flying Farmers Con- vention at the Pensacola Navy Base. Representatives were pres- ent from nearly every state in the union. Miss Jean Williams, formerly employed in Chicago, visited in Chestnut recently with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt M. Williams. She went t6 St. Louis, Mo., last week and spent a few days with her sister, Miss Mari- lyn Williams, student nurse, and then left for Denver, Colo. where she has accepted a position. Mrs. Blanche Sward of Chi- cago arrived Saturday and visit- ed for a few days with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Tendick, and a brother, Ellis Howell. She was in Lake Fork Monday and call- ed on relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Troll Turner spent Sunday in Springfield with her mother, Mrs. E. G. Phinney, in the home of Mrs. Anna Hutch- inson. They also went to St. John's sanitarium to see Mrs. Turner's aunt, Mrs. Margaret Danner. Mr. and Mrs. John Dillsaver and family, Springfield, visited Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dillsaver. Mrs. Henry Rames of Boulder, Colo. and Mrs. Stanley Funk of Springfield, were visitors in the city last Thursday, calling at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Suedmeier on North Lafayette street. Mrs. Rames was enroute to Arlington, Va. for a visit with! her niece, Mrs. Elmer Higgins and family. She formerly lived in Springfield. --Sunday Matinee at the Mount Pulaski Theatre will show "West Point Story" starring James Cg- ney, Virginia Mayo and others. James Sullivan of Washing- ton, was a week end visitor at the home of his nephew, Walter Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hershey and children, Phillip and Lois of Bloomington, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt M. Williams of Chqstnut; were dinner guests Sunday of John T. Hershey and sister, Miss ]Minnie. They also called on an aunt and uncle, Miss Katie Volle and Henry Volle. Mrs. Della Sheridan of Lath- am visited here Sunday and Monday with her nephew, Ernest Bartels. She left for Detroit, Mich. to visit a niece, Mrs. Thomas Beatty and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Davis re- turned home several days ago from a winter's sojourn of three months in Phoenix, Arizona, Mrs. Harold Tendick of this vicinity visited in Chicago part of last week with her sister, Miss Fern Irwin. Mrs. Thomas Stephens of St. Louis, /do. was a guest Saturday of Mrs. Harry Milner. She was the former Wyvona Price of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bande- low of Altamont, visited Satur- day night and Sunday with Otto Bandelow and family, and Mr. and Mrs. John Yagow. The annual spring convention of the Logan County Federation of Women's Clubs was held in the Methodist church in Harts- burg Friday afternoon, March 30. Appreciation . . . I appreciate the fine support given me in Tuesday's election, and wish to thank each one voting for me. I also wish to thank those driving ears or heping in any way. Thomas A. Gupton. Sr. THE LAST TRIBUTE Funeral services are the last trib- ute to a loved one. See us for un- derstanding assistance no matter what your requirements. AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT Schahl Funeral Home Phone 235 Mrs. Paul Gruber was elected one of the directors Others at- tending from the local club were Miss Sciota Horn, Mrs. Oswald Brooker and Mrs. G. F. Wait. Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Cox enter- tained the members of the town- ship high school basketball team and Coach Jones and wife, at a dinner Thursday evening, March[ 29, at The Mill in Springfield i Visitors Saturday and Sunday I athome of Mr. and Mrs, Louis] the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis] Mercier, southeast of the city,] were: Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wenthe and daughter Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mercier of Effingham and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mercier and family of Springfield. Mrs. C. M. Merriman visited relatives in Springfield Monday. Miss Mildred Lamb and Amos Ryan of New Castle, Ind., visit- ed in the city from Sunday to Tuesday with Mr. Ryan's mother, Mrs. Anna Ryan, and tives. Troll Turner, township assessor, duties on Monday, Mr. and Mrs. arrived on the home of her and Mrs. James Mount Pulaski, for a They will also visit Mrs. Harold Haynes Merle Lucas. They to their home in after being in Florida December. Rev. William N. of Irving, formerly of laski, were guests and Mrs. Ray O. family. Mrs. Wilbert Ya relatives in SI day. Phone us your ._00From where I s_it.... Jo_._00e Slim And His "All Species" Slim Baker, who's always doing something crazy, had a lot of people smiling last week because his entry won a ribbon in the Women's Club Annual Pet Show. Seems as though Slim saw a strange-colored alley cat with no tail over at Central City and brought it home. He washed, combed, and brushed it and put a collar on it with a card reading "All Species.:' Then he enters it in the show. Hanged if the ladies didn't think it was some rare kind of cat and gave it a special award ! When one of them asked Slim 1 could get one like it, he ! all yours, M'am--I ",,41ley Cat" anytime I From where I sit, pretty easily "taken in  cause someone else Whether it's awarding passing judgment on right to enjoy a beer--let's take a stem to stern, and learn all about before minds. Copyright, 1951, United States OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Report of the Condition of I 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. THE FARMERS BANK OF MT. Mr. Pulaski, Illinois transmitted in response to call of the Auditor of counts, pursuant to law and showing condition at of busihess on the 27th day of March, 1951. RESOURCES I. Cash and due from banks ................................ $ 3. United States Government obligations, direct andlor fully guaranteed ................................... 4. Other bonds, stocks and securities ................ 5. Loans and discounts ' 6. Overdrafts ...................................................... 7. Banking house $1,750.00; Furniture and Fixtures $2,000.00 ................................................ 8. Other real estate ................................................. Grand Total Resources ........................................ LIABILITIES Capital Stock ............................................... $ Surplus ................................................................ Undivided profits (Net) ...................................... Reserve accounts .............................................. Demand deposits ............................................... 1, Time Deposits ...................................................... Due to banks ........................................................ Total of deposits: (1) Secured by pledge of assets ........................... ....... $ 38,995.02 (2) Not secured by pledge of assets ................................... $2,157,280.46 (3) Total deposits .................. $2,196,275.48 Grand Total Liabilities ........................................ Menorcmdum: Assets Pledged to Secure 26. Assets plelged: (a) U. S. Government obligations direct andIor fully guaranteed .................................... $ Total Amount of Assets Pledged (ex- cluding re-discounts) ...................................... $ 27. Purpose and Amount of Pledge: (a) Against U. S. Government and Postal Savings deposits .................................................. $ Total Amount of Assets Pledged (must agree with Item 26) ............................................ $ I, A. W. Sehaffenacker, Cashier of The Farmers Mount Pulaski, do solemnly swear that the above: is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, an items and amounts shown above agree with the amounts shown in the report made to the AuditOl Accounts, State of Illinois, pursuant to law. A.W. Correct Attest: G. A. Volle, W ilford K. Scroggin. State of Illinois, County of Logan, as. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 31st 1951. (Seal) H.O. in this insured under the Government Act of