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IN OREGON :pps, of Port- Passed away in a hos- city, Saturday, April an illness of two i to word receiv. Pulaski last week by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene born Oct. 15, 1943 Oregon, and was of William H. and Mellenthin Capps. Capps had lived in Port- some time and had been at Marycrest high a granddaughter of Damon Capps of the Ore. Damon Capps was Mt Pulaski and is a Mrs. Manes. The lath. Capps, has visited and at one time for a time. parents, decedent five brothers and Candice, Barry, Mass was said at 9:30 April 19, in St. church in Port- made in a Port- m SCHOOL a tt"h art grade school will "| F, "  Spring program Fri- :| -emlkY 12 at 7:30 pzn. ]e,a, *rhe Selfish Giant",  Dy Miss Phyllis Schaffe. ! a:lb e lL'mer's band will E t, namber and graders E in a combined chorus. of the B,00h who !1 " ,e to have his picture in ! ,,"And She Held Forth Ja' meet at the Library  y,_ _Y, May 10, at 7"30 p.m .... raolone. " " t man who looks A and says ,,Wow"! ,,124.95 ARE. SIL-TENNIAL LETTER COMMENTS 101 Martin Drive Sierra Vista, Ariz. Enclosed is our check for the Bound Copy of the Sil-Tennial Edition. Best wishes. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Ayers. Enclosed is our contribution for the Sil-Tennial Bound Edition. Charles Stopher, RR# 1 Mount Pulaski Enclosed is our contribution for a Souvenir Edition of Times- News. Best wishes. Mr. and Mrs. David Hawk. 416 South 8th Street Springfield, Ill. Am looking forward to seeing many of my former, friends and neighbors on this big occasion for Mr. Pulaski, the most wond- erful city in this big world. En- closed is my contribution for the Sil.Termial Bound Edition. Mrs. Marie Hahn Hodson. 409 North 8th Street LaCrosse, Wisconsin. My father was James . Snyder who had a hardware store on the south side of the square from 1885 to 1910, where the Connolley drug store is now. My mother was Molly Rankin Snyder. She had a dress making shop on the square before 1891. They attend- ed Mt. Pulaski schools around 1850. His daughter Louisa married Staml George Washington Snyder. I'm a cousin of Georgia Tribbet and Blanche Jarvis. Enclosed is my contribution for a Bound Copy of the Souvenir Edition. Mr. and Mrs. Ross G. Copper, St. 1724 E. Lawrence Ave. Springfield, Hlinois Enclosed is my contribution for a Bound Copy of the Souvenir Edition. I am sure it will be most interesting, and am glad to be listed as a Charter Member of the Sil-Tennial. Helena E. Herter. 8317 Leander Houston 12, Texas Enclosed is my contribution for the Sil-Tennial Association. R. M. Silkey. 345 Glencee Decatur, IlL Enclosed is our contribution for the Bound Copy of the Souv- enir Edition. We are looking for- ward to enjoying the edition and to meeting old friends at the celebration. Thank you all for making this possible. Best wishes. Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Schiltz. --NATIONAL BABY WEEK, Me/ I - 8, SPECIAL, , two receiving bkmkets, nulmr SI,49 for S1.15. Larger size $2.29 to S1.88, at Hutou & Paolone's Womeu's AppalL We fftve S & H Green OFFICIAL pUBLICATION Reserve District No. 7 State No. 70.1408 Report of Condition of STATE BANK OF LATHAM of Latham, Logan County, Ill inois, a member of the Federal Reserve System, at the close of business on April 12, 1961, published in accordance with a calI made by the Federal Reserve Bank of this district pursuant to the provisions of the Federal Reserve Act. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection ........................ $ 199,410.87 2. United States Government obligations, direct 3052972 and guaranteed ...................................... --':":" ..... 3. Obligations of States & political ubdivi- 106,975.00 slons ............................................. - .................... 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures ................ 19,825.00 5. Corporate stock (including $2,550.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) .................................... 2,550.00 6. Loans and discounts (Including $77729 453,06822 overdrafts) ............................................... :"='" 7. Bank premises owned $1.00; furniture & nx- 2.00 tures $1.00 .................................. :--: ........... :" ......... (Bank premises owned are subject to/one liens not assumed by bank.) 75.00 11. Other assets ............................................................ 12, TOTAL ASSETS .................................................... LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, .partner- ships and corporations ....................................... $ 637,474.90 14. ',tree deposits of individuals, partnership& 199,689.11 and corporations .............................................. :'" 15. Deposits of United States Government (In- 13,84238 eluding postal savings) ..................................... 16. Deposits of States & political subdivisions .... 10193.19 18. Other deposits (certified and officers checks 15.00 ere ................................................................ : ............ 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS ................... $952,414.58 {a) Total demand deposits ...... 752,620.05 (b) Total time deposits ............ 199,794.,53 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES .................................. $ 952,414,58 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ ,0X).00 25. Capital * .................................................................. 60,0(X).00 26. Surplus ............................................................. 19,78933 2"/. Undivided profits ............................................... 28. Reserves and retirement account for pre- 30,000.00 ferred capital) ........................................................ 134,78933 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ............................ 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL AC- $1,0B7;203.91 COUNTS .............................................................. k with total This bank's capital consists of common stoc par value of $25,000.00. MEMOINDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities 50,000.00 and for other purposes ........................................ 32. (a) Loans as shown above are after de- duct.ion of reserves of .......................................... 9,578.61 I, G. E. Volle, President of the above.named hank, hereby certify that the above statement is true. to the best of my knowledge and belief. G. E. Voile, President. We, the undersigned directors .attest the correctness of this report of tondition and declare that it has been examin- ed by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. E.M. Culp Anna M. Voile G. - Voile, Directors. m. i ROYAL NEIGIORS wm .am sawn, MaT tS wr .o a  AT COUNTY MEET Mmb of the at and: Diana Camp #1148, Royal ary Society of the SL Aquinas Catholle Church, 1 Neighbors of America, of Atlanta, sponsor a bake sale entertained members of Royal May 13, beginning at Neighbor Camps of Logan Court. The ale will be held in ty, Wednesday evening, April 26, east of the First National at the Masonic Hall in Atlanta. Entertainment followed the IN MEORT  6:30 p.m. potluck supper. Special guests were Mrs. Edna Of WdU  l Buren, State Supervisor, Bloom. ed away May 2, 1960. ington, and, Mrs. Venlta Claus- I cannot say, and I will sen, District Deputy of Petersburg. Th he,ls demi--he is JuM,IIII Those who attended from Mt. With a cheery smile and 1 wllq t Lipp, Maw Mler, Pearl Rledle, !He of the hand Pulaski were: Mesdames Cora has wandered into an Mac Robinson, Ethel Hutcmm, known land Carrie Tendiek, Ioa Va Fsan, And ]ett us dreaming and Miss Fern Renr. , fair Other guests were present from It needs must be Chestnut, Lincoln, Middletown there. and Bloomington. So think him aring on,  In the love of There as the MRS. MARIE WOOD ARD of Here, DIED SUNDAY, APRIL 30 Think of him still as the Word has been received her I say of the death of Mrs. Marie Wood He is not dead--he is Just aWiy, Heard, in the Baptist Hospital Sadly mled by in San Antonio, Texas, Sunday, Herbert Rowe April 30, 1961. She was a form. Mother, father, er Mount Pulaski resident, the and  daughter of Frank and Mattie Wood. She was 61 years old. Mrs. Heard had lived in San Antonio for 10 years. She Is sur- R Z A L E S T . i vived by one daughter, Mrs. Doris Trigor of San Antonio; one son, INSUR&NC| Theo Havaner of Lyle, IlL; two step-sons, Robert and Ralph Mg2 Heard of Chicago; one tep.dau. llllt, ghter, Emile Heard, San Antonio. She was a cousin of Ralph Con- away of ML Pulaski, and 'Nil-  W. ford Ryan, Chicago. II llld IIW Ibiltilt . l! Pmsenge00, The only person 11 i: who likes it when he's told whine to get off. l- , i Dfats llo. 7 StW No. '/0-'/11 llwt af Coadlta of THE FARMERS BANK OF MT. PULASKI of Mt. Pulaski, Illinois, a member of the Felal   tem, at the close of b on April 12,  pUb ht accordance with a call  by the Federal Reserve Bank of this district pursuant to the provisions of the Ftl Rm' Act mmE1 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection. ..................... $ 2. United States Government obllgatlotm, and guarantet .................................... 3. Obligations of States and Political Sub- divisions ..................................................... 5. Corporate Stocks (including $6,0000 stock of Federal Reserve bank) .............................. 6. Loans and discounts (including $2,63123 overdrafts) ......................................... 12SS ;7. Bank premises owned $18,000; furniture and fixtures $1,(X}0.00 ....................................... 19,{)00,01} Bank premises owned are subject to Nmte liens not assumed by bank) 12. TOTAL ASSETS....: .................................... 13. Demand deposits of intvldual, preener. ships, and corporations ................................... 14. Tlme deposits of individuals, ImmmMp and eorporation ................................ 15. Deposits of United States Go (in. eluding postal savln) ..................................... 16. Deposits of States and political suhcUvi#amm 17. I)epot of banks ....................................... 18. Other deposits (certified and  19. TOTAL DEPOSITS ........... 2'k82.7 (a) Total demand deposits ...ffL452030 (b) Total time deposlts ........... $ 71],0T8.77 23. Other Liabilities .................................... 7 "7 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES ........................................ 1,,1 - CAPITAL 25. Capital Common Stock, par value .................. $ 26. Surplus 2'7. Undivided proflt ................................... 28. Reserves ............................................... 29. TOAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......................... 30. TOTAL LIABIL AND cM, rrAL  Ifi6 IUtOANDAt 31. Assets pledged or alllmed to secure llabll. fries and for other purposes ............................ 32. (a) Loans as shown above are after de. ductlon of reserves of. ................................. I, Dan Voile, cashier of the above named bank, certify that the above statement is true to the best knowledge and belief. Dan Voile, Cmhier. We, the undersigned direct ors attest report of condition and aleclre that it has been by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief and correct. Wllford Seroggin, St. E. K" P, othwell G. A. Voile,  /