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|_ Temple Baptist Church at 7 l. was the setting for the Steven Kermit Mrs. Wayne Hastint of l_t d the couple are Vei a and )dr. and Mrs. Kermit [ of Mount ki. e bride graduated from Ar- ana High Scbool and Sd 1 of Nursing She is env d at the hospital. Her hus- .graduated from Mount High School aod served -' years in the Navy. He is en- I in farming le bride wore a wlte gown l: with Venise lace. It | L,- a scallop neckline, | _.9erde sleeves and an era- . | ,L_ bedi that continued into | belle t. Her bouquet | I on a Ble which had | kL.Cad " by the groom's ! '= her wedding. | .ttron of honor, Mrs. Jack |  cousin of the bride, |.,._ a floor-length, apricot fotl gown with long sleeves Jl'=uJ and apricot lace trim. I McKinney and m,_ . : we, sister of the groom, I g0 ...tical yellow chiffon I llttil wl yellow and apricot er, co e t nlan was Mardel Bellatri, :na:i_, the bride's broth- I Nolan Pope, groom's , ere groomsmen. Ushers 'L ..u anjs Hensley, cousin of oride and Bob Veach and f,0pe, cousins of the groom. rr ,,the reception at the neraton Inn, the cou- left on a southern wedding Will  in rural Mount MRS. STXVl00 VOLI00 Phytb Blum also made a first AND CHORUS ratinf. FIRST AT The Junior High contest held ,"IC CONTEST in the Peoria area, came out high with 37 firsts and 26 seconds. The New Holland.Middle- A first place piano solo was town High School Band, directed won by Miss Sally Kohl, a stu- by Beth Davison, received first dent of Mrs. Francis Myricic place honors in band competi- tion held in Industry, Illinois. They were also awarded 18 firsts Thinking is when your mouth and 13 seconds in solo and err stays shut and your head keeps sembles, talking to itself. The Chorus. directed by LASSO A00thm' CFS-Approved Herbicide. Now there is one basic pre-emergent herbicide for both COrn and soybeans... Lasso. One application controls most grasses and broadleaf weeds. Lasso, a selective herbicide, gets the job done with or without incorporation, Without crop damage, without carry-over. Wet or hardly moist, Lasso cleans up corn and soybean fields in Soil types from sand to clay and does it COnveniently. CFS recommends Lasso in liquid or granular form. AlSo, liquid Lasso can be used in label-approved COmbinations with other herbicides. Lasso... takes the gamble out of weed control. Order Lasso todays DUANE SHANLE Mt. Pulaski, 217 792- 3395 TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, I!1.) THURSDAY, APRIL 8,1971-7 NOTE OF THANKS I would le to thank friends and relatives for their kindness and visits during my stay in Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hos- pital. Mike Robb 9 hip CLOSED ALL DAY 600D FRIDAY first Noflonol Bonk Store Bank of Comlond Formers 8onk Store Bank of Loflmm Bonk of Chestnut I CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION of Chestnut and Subs/diatie at the close of budnet on l/arch 25, 1971. Published in Repome to Call of the Cner of Banks and Trust Companies of the State of lllinob. ASSETS 1. Cash and due from banks (including $ None unposted debits) 2. U.S. Treasury securities 3. Securities of other U. S. Government agencies and corlrations 4. Oblisations of States and political mb- divition$ 7. Federal funds told and securitie purchased under agreements to retell 8. Other loans (including $27.99 overdrafts) 9. Bank prembet, furniture and fixtures, and other alts xc'lmreent  bank p. 14. TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES 15. Demand depodts of indivlduab, partnerships, and corporatiom 16. Time and savings depo of individuals, partnersh/pt, andcorpatiom 17. Depm/ts of United States Government 18. Depm/ts of States and political suons 21. Certified and officen checks, etc. 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS $2,385,547.44 (a) Total demand deposits $1,073,774.56 (b) Total time and mving deposits $1,311,772.88 27. Other liabilities 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES $ 226,499.31 629,762.95 250,000.00 104,630.81 300,000.00 1,061,581.311 88,173.29 2,660,647.74 904,376.34 1,129,430t 3,367.08 347,864.45 509.11 22,505.43 2,408,052.87 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 30. Reserve.for bad debt losses on loans (tot up pursuant to Internal Revenue Serv rul) 33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 35. Equity capital total (items 36 to 40 below) 232,720. 37. Common stock-total pat value 80,0000g (No. shares authorized 800) (No. shares outstanding 800) 38. Surplu 100,000.00 39. Undivided profits 52,720.29 41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (items 34 and 35 above) 232.720.29 42. TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (items 28, 29, 33, and 41 above) 2,660,647.74 I, Clifford Leimbach, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly wear that this report of condition it true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief. CLIFFORD LEIMBACH, Cuhk Correct-Attest: Darrell I.zimbach ) Michael Drake ) Dlrecton John Drake ) State of Illinois, County of Logan, st. Sworn to and subscn'bod before me this 3r day of April, 1971. THECKLA STOLL, Notary Public My commbsion expires Au8ust 3, 1971.