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5, 19Sl THK MOUNT illJl,, II'l TIKES- NWS, MOUNT PULASXI, ILLINOIS PAGE FIVE J _ - - _ = _ - _ Club met Monday 2 with Mrs. G. F. book, "The Tb,read So Truly," by Jesse reviewed by Mrs. Class of the St. church will Mrs. Clarence Romer .y, April 12. of the Sans Souci entertained by Mrs. des last Friday after- home of her dau- Eugene Weckel. Five Was the divirsion of and prizes were Herbert Patterson. Robinson, Mrs. and Mrs. Steve President's Parley Legion Auxili- held at 7 p.m. Thurs- 12, at the home of st of the city. afternoon. March 31. E. Stoll was hostess President's. Club of nt Pulaski Woman's a business session a was enjoyed, with re- served at the din- table, centered by a' of spring flowers. suitable for spring clean given as favors. Will Society of the Aquinas Catholic met Monday afternoon, With Mrs. Floyd Kelly. the regular business Hundred was play- were won by Mrs. Miss Marie Paul E. Beidler. is Mrs. Claude Lit- # L. Rothwell will be t the Never Grow Old 2:30 p.m. Friday, April Will be Mrs. John llaski Home Bureau meet at 2 p.m. Mort- at the home of Mrs. in Latham. The "Planning Emerg- Will be presented home adviser, Mrs. of Lincoln. The on "Program Plan- be given by Mrs. -Mrs. Floyd Kelly. regular meeting of Leaders Club will TIlE FIRST OF THE U.S.A. I:IIOW who ,vaS dze t to start in our busS- do know you'll not merchandise or anywhere than here and howl of Englemd A Queen "King" means State", "Ruler'", or "Principal", and necessarily imply Victor- power, is the title of a king. 1. M.P., in the column of the & Leader",' Nov. 1951. 2. "Popular A.S.E. Ackermann Spring Has Hard Time Getting Going Everybody has been wondering when the 1951 spring season will get a good start. Those who spent the winter in the south, and had the urge to return home are sorry they didn't wait a few weeks longer before starting for Illinois. Here is a record of the be held Wednesday, April 11 at ITriDl e L Aa Club 7 30 p m at the Tomlinsen Rec. I ---JT-- _ ." t'l,,ili : " i Elects Nuw ,.-,,-,o The Willing Workers class of I The Triple LAg Club, compos- the Christian church met Tues-le d of members in the area of day evening, April 3, at the,Moun t Pulaski, Chestnut and country home of Mr. ann jvtrs. Latham, met recently at the Henry Feese. After the business home of James Cowan. This was meeting games were enjoyed and an organization meeting, and refreshments served. It was an- the following officers elected:- nounced that the men of the President, Donald Stoll; Vice- class will entertain the ladies President, Darrell Stoll; Secre- with a supper In the church base tary, Joan Bartels; Treasurer, past week's weather: ment Tuesday, April 10, at 6:30. Michael Drake; Reporter, Larry Thursday, Mawh 29, Fre- Schroth; Program chairman, quent rains in the fternoon, ac- Joyce Edwards; Recreation chair- companied by thunder and light HOSPITAL NEWS man, Bob Ferry. ning. Mike Cyrulik was brought The main project was garden- Friday, March 30: Snow all home in the Schahl ambulance ing. morning long, but all had melt- Tickets to the big show to be ed before evening. on Tuesday from the Deaconess Saturday, March 31: Sunshine hospital, Lincoln, where he had given in Springfield, Saturday, been a medical patient three April 7, by the Chamber of Com- part of the day, but chilly. merce, were distributed to the Sunday, April 1: Snow fell part days. members, of the morning. Day remained Mrs. Mary Schaffenacker, who April 20 is the next meeting cool. has been a medical patient sev- of the club. Any boy or girl over Monday, April 2: Cloudy. eral weeks in Deaconess hospit- 10 years of age, and interested Tuesday: Cloudy all morning al, was removed to her home on in 4-H activities, please feel wel- with sunshine in afternoon and South Garden street Wednesday come to attend, a welcomed change. in the Schahl ambulance. --Larry Schroth, reporter. Wednesday: Bright sunshine all day, with a slight rise in Invited to Book Review In Springfield April 19 The John Bressmer Co., Spring- field, has extended an invitation to members of the Mount Pulas- ki Woman's club to be their guests at a book review in the auditorium on the sixth floor of their store at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, April 19th. Mrs. Shriver will review 'q'he World We Saw." by Mary Bell Decker. It is most interesting and enlightening story of the Town Hall Seminar as it toured Europe. NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Docket Number 960 191511 NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the 7th day of May A. D. 1951, is the claim date in the estate of Ed- ward Barry, deceased, now pend. ing in the County Court of Log- an County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the estate of the decedent on or be- fore said date without the issue of summons. Glenn E. Volle, Administrator. Letand Simkins, Attorney. During the noon hour Mon- SUPPER GIVEN FOR CAPT. temperature. day Raymond Sam_s, living east HERRIW AND W2FE Thursday (today) Sunshine of the city, while carrying some On Tuesday evening, March 27 and rising temperature. boards, fell over a rock and broke Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ayers, dau- bones in his left foot. He was ghters Sally and Susan, North taken to the Decatur and Macon Lafayette st., served a supper FARMERS county hospital and expects to in honor of Capt. and Mrs. Day- return home today, id Herrin of Waco, Texas. Important Announcement For You The other guests present were: Can you spend en hours weekly during next ninety days i Mrs. George Herrin of Buffalo; selling Crop Hail Insurance? Splendid opportunity to earn BIRTHS . Mrs. Betty Rosenquist of San important money in your spare time. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Opper-iFrancisco, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. man of Chestnut, are the parents Elbertie Ayers, Mr. and Mrs. Inquire---PAUL TODD of a son, born Sunday, April I, Earl Phillips and children Larry, State Farm Insurance, Bloomington, 111. in Deaconess hospital. Billy, Mary and Danny. Capt- and Mrs. Herrin .were WORDS OF APPRECIATION called to Buffalo because of the My thanks to each voter who death on March 25 of his father, supprted mein Tuesday's elec" GergeHerrin'gl" B  tion for Highway Commissioner APPRECIATION of Laenna Township. Phillius I During the time I was a surgi- Ted -" ]cal patient in St. Clara's hos- were's the cture you've been i pital' Lincoln, many good friends ---- f.] .,: ..... I remembered me with cards, let- INSU RANCI:' waiting for, "West Point torl,, l ters flowers and gifts. I great- starring Virginia M.ayo_, I.rts ly appreciate their thoughtful- Day, ymnes Cagney, GO:lon Mac ness, and want to express my OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Rae and other stars, at the Mt. sincere thanks. Pulaski Theatre. Miss Dorothy Fields. Phone 46 Mount Pulaski, IlL OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Report of the Condition of STATE BANK OF LATHAM LATIIKMo ILLINOIS transmitted in response to call of the Auditor of Public Ac- counts, pursuant to law and showing condition at the close of business on the 27th day oz M arch, 1951. RESOURCES 1. Cash and due from banks .................................. $ 268,365.31 2. Outside Checks and other cash items .......... 20.00 3. U. S. Government obligations direct andlor full guaranteed ...................................... 587,400.00 4. Other bonds, stock and securities ................ 99,473.75 5. Loans and discounts .......................................... 274,681.95 6. Overdrafts ................................................. fix" ..... 685.11 7. Banking house $1_.00; Furniture and - tures $1.00 .............................................................. 2.00 Grand Total Resources ........................................ $1,230,628.12 " LIABILITIES 12. Capital Stock ............... $ 25,000.00 14. Surplus ........................... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 25,000.00 15. Undivided profits (Net) ............ j ..................... 25,241.53 16. Reserve accounts .................................................. 25,000.00 807,379.16 17. Demand deposits ............................................... 318,729.23 18. Time deposits ..................................................... Total of deposits: (1) Secured by pledge of assets ................................ $ 3,015.23 (2) Not secured by pledge of assets .............................. $1,123,093.16 (3) Total deposits ........... $1,126,108.39 25. Other Liabilities .................................................. 2782,0 Grand Total Liabilities ....................................... $1,230,628.12 Memorandum: Assets Pledged to Secure Liabilitiea: 26. Assets pledged: (a) U. S. Government obligations direct andlor fully guaranteed ............... .: ..... r...:v... $ 50,000.00 Total amount of assets pledged (excmamg_ rediscounts) ..................... :--------: ......................... $ 50,000.00 27. Purpose and Amount o vmuge: (a) Against U. S. Government and Postal Savings deposi ....... :......:---:----:--= ....... .- ........ $ 50,000.00 Total amount ol asses pleagel must agree S 50,000.00 with Item 26) .................................................... I, G. E. Voile, Cashier of the above named bank, do sole00ly 00wear that t 00.bove of my knowledge and IIC, arla r.la tnu i-u cu,, shown above agree with the items and amounts shown in the report made to the Auditor of Public Accounts, State of Illinois, pursuant to law. G.E. VOLLE. Cashier. Correct Attest: E. M. Culp, Anna M. Volle. State of Illinois, County of Logan, as. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd day of April, 1951. (Seal) H.O. EUiott, Notary Public Deposits in this Bank insured under _ the_ . Uni. States Govmument Act of :!3, and as  JuLy 1, ;r 00AYS Suo00 BANKING- BY-MAIL IS EAS Y Open an account with us soon-using this con- .nicnt banking method. The First National Bank i ii i,