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,M NEWS uL otzs G. xow . and Mrs. George Shimer from an extended places of inter- will be a 6:30 a.m. Sunrise service at the Methodist Church fol- an Easter breakfast, School and Church. practice Wednesday at p.m. There will be a Thursday Service at PJn. tnd Mrs. O. G. Howe, Jr. of Lasalle and ML in the home O. G. Howe, Sr. to attend the wed- Howe and Larry united in mar- a large number of James Nichols;' a performed the was a beautiful and they received many gifts. They are home in Chain- Howe was surprised with a potluck were Mr. and Trica and Tim, H. A. Trimby, Eddie Hamm and all of Decatur. Mr many beautiful a big Thank our sym- family in their Mother and .l Ride Trucks HINGTON __ Most ,an, televisions, stereos, ra found in Ameri- ty - ent and special- I  get there by truck a,_ -o,), trucks carried more- is7 5 cent of all such per CAROL TROYER WINS McLEAN LOGAN TITLE Carol Troyer, representing Chestnut, won the combined McLean-Logan County spelling championship here Saturday morning and moved into the f'mals of the Journal Star's Cen- tral Illinois Spelling Bee. Carol defeated 32 rivals from as many McLean and Logan schools in 75 minutes at Chiddix Junior High School here. Not un- til the 344th word did she tam back a stiff challenge from Bob Brown, 13, of Gridley, who tmishe d second. Bill Payne of LexingtOn went out on the 333rd word to f'mish third. Fourth was Randall Beam- er of Oakdale School, Normal, and Fifth was Holly Heidewald of Glenn School, Normal Carol, 14, and in the eighth grade, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Troyer of Chestnut, which is 35 ndles northwest of Decatur. She is the youngest of four daughters and also has two brothers. The bee was staged under the joint supervision of Ray- mond E. Caion, McLean super- intendent of educational services, Donald Splain, Logan superin- tendent and Peoria Journal Star. Mrs. Nellie Moline, assistant to Caton, served as judge. Russell Perry of the Journal Star public affairs department was the proncuncer. He present- ed the championship trophy to Carol and championship ball point pens to all contestants. Miss Troyer will now com- pete in regmnal competitfon in Peoria at the studios of WEEK- TV, May 8th at 11 a.m. COUlI00 CLERK LISTS MARCH FllCES Lynn D. Gilchrist, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Logan Count. y, Illinois, today released the fol- lowing figures for the month of March, 1971. Fines collected in the Magistrate Division were as follows: County of Logan $ 6,672.0O City of Lincoln 3,194.80 City of Atlanta 107.80 City of Mt.  467.46 Dept. of Public Safety 2O4.0O Total Fines Collected$ I0,646.06 Fines payable to the Depart- merit of Public Safety are frees on over-weight trucks. NOTICE An annual meeting of mem- bers of Peoples  and Loan Association of Mr:Pulaski, Coun- ty of Lopn, State of Illinois, will be held on Wednesday, April 21st, 1971 at 7:00 p.m. at it's office on 202 South Washington Street, Mt. Pulaski, Illinois. The purpose of the meeting is: 1. Election of Directors. 2. Transact such business as may be legally brought or come before this meeting. Harry M. Long Secretary DASANIT Another CFS-Al00roved In00ct0000Nt00. Dasanit combines all the best features found in other corn rootworm insecticides. Season-long rootworm control with one application at planting or at cultivation. No stand reduction or residue problem when applied as directed. Econofnical low-volume application. No clogging or bridging. Non-abcasive. Can be used on field corn grown for grain or silage, and on popcorn or Sweetcorn. Dasanit is recommended by every state in the resistant corn rootworm area. And it has been farmer-proven on millions of acres during the past three years. Order Dasanit todayl TASAIIIT DUANE SHANLE Mt. Pulaski, 217 792 - 3395 TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, IlL) THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1971-13 The Soviet Union launched a record 81 space mie4dons In 1970 compared with,29 missions for the U.S., according to a compilation by Space Business Daily. The Soviet record was nearly 10 percent more than its previous high in 1 of 74 missions, and nearly 180 percent greater then the U.S. mission rate in 1970. The number of U.S. space mis- sions is declining at a time when the Soviet Union is ac- celerating its space exploration prooram. Q U I C K E R - Than A Bunny! FORGET TO HAVE YOUR... EASTER GARMENTS Dry Cleaned THERE'S STILL 11ME!! Garments In By Friday .. .. S.ck Sc,turdm P.M. G0ssett's 'Hilltop' Cleaners Phone:. "799...3g2 MT. i i CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION The Farmers Bank of Mr. Pulaski of Mt. Pulaski, and Subsidiaries at the close of business on Mmch 25, 1971. Published in ResRonse to, Call of the Commissioner of Banks and Trust Companies of the State of lllois. ASSETS 1. Cash and due from banks (including $ None unposted debits) 2. U.S. Treasury securitks 4. Obligations of States and political mbdivisions 5. Other securities (including $12,000.00 corporate stocks) 7. Federal funds sold and securities lrchased under alcmements to 8. Other loans (including $3.871.54 overdrafts) 9. Bank prendses, furniture and fixtures, sad other assets representing bank premises 14. TOTAL ASSETS $ 581,851.12 1,709,694.35 746,101.05 12000.00 100,OO0.00 2,011,724.36 ZOO 5,161,372.91 LIABILITIES 15. Demand deposits of individuah, partnerships, and corporations 16. Time and savings deposits of individuals, ltnhips, and corporations 17. Depodts of United States Government 18. Deposits of States and polltica] mbdivisions 20., Deposits of commercial banks 21. Certified and Officers checks, etc. 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS $4,488,505.37 (a) Total demand depodts $1,701,339.45 (b) Total time aad m'4p deposits $2,787,165.92 27. Other liabilities 28. TOTAL LIABILITIF3 1,504,166.$2 J87,239.77 36,035.2 1,225.55" RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 30. Reserve fo bad debt losses on loam (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings) 52,858.74 33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 52,858.74 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 35. Equity capital, total (items 36 to 40 below) 580,824.36 37. Common stock-total pax value I OO,000.OO (No. shares authorized 1,000) (No. shtres outstanding 1,000) 38. Surplus 300,000.00 39. Undivided profits 80,824.36 40. Resee for contingencies and other capital reserve I OO,OOO.O0 41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (items 34 and 35 above) 580,824.36 42. TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (items 28, 29, 33, and 41 above) 5,161,372.91 I, Dan Voile, President, of the above-named bank, do ly swea that this report of condition is true and conct, to the best of my knowledge and belief, DAN VOLLE Correct-Attest: Paul H Voile ) W'df'ord Scroggin, Jr. ) Directors E. K: Rothwell ) State of IRinois, County of Logan, u Sworn to and mbgTibed before me this 2nd day of April, 1971. MARY ANN TRAGO, Notary Pulic My commission expires 1-2, 1973.