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PAGE SIXTEEN THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES. HEWS, MOUNT PULASEL ILLINOIS THURSDAY, HAHN WAS MARRIED TO MARY MILLER ON APRIL 15 Mr. and Mrs. H. Kenneth Hahn have returned from a wedding trip to Niagara Falls and New York City, and are now residing on a farm near BroadwelL Miss Mary E. Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman W. Miller, living between Middle- town and Fancy Prairie, and H. Kenneth Hahn, son" of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hahn, residing near Atlanta, but formerly lived sev. eral miles northwest of Mount Pulaski, were married Sunday, April 15, 1951, in Zion Lutheran church in Lincoln, the pastor, Rev. A. E. Neizel, officiating in a candlelight, double-ring cere- mony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white bridal satin, with long train and fingertip length veil. She carried a bouquet of white PULASKI WHIPPED BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR HARDY FLOWERS--.300 varieties [ Simple routine ins field clumps. Bleeding Heart, { prompt correction of LANPHIER HIGH, 8-2 CHARLES HANSLOW Peonies, Siberian and Japanese lprevent many farm fL-e' On Tuesday evening, May 8, Iris, Campanulas, Lythrum, Taking advantage of seven a surprise party was given in Magic Lily, Pampas Grass, etc.] Also Shrubs, Vines, Bulbs, Rock [  mad New Lanphier errors, Mount Pulaski honor of the 29th birthday anni- Plants. I appreciated. defeated the visiting Lions here versary of Charles W. Hanslow, on Wednesday, 8-2. at his home on North Lafayette --Faith Elder, Niantic (5-17) Mount Pulaski pushed over 3 street. It also marked the birth- runs with the benefit of a hit in the first inning. Four miscues and a wild pitch accounted for the trio. Pulaski got to Beck for their first solid hits in the fourth when they racked him for three hits and four runs. Two more er- rors figured in the four-run third Mount Pulaski AB R H Armstrong cf .................... 4 2 W. Brown ss .................... 4 1 Djttus if .......................... 3 1 Richner lb ...................... 3 2 Mason 3b ........................ 4 1 Romer 2b ........................ 3 1 J. Brown p ........................ 3 0 Hahn rf ............................ 3 0 Lowe c ............................ 3 0 Totals 30 8 R 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 gladioli, centered with an or-Lanphier AB chid. Seiz 2b ............................ 3 The attendants were Miss, ow lb 3 . . r e ....... Phyllis Olson, Mms Shirley To-,Jca.v s 3 . bnle s .... bias, frmnds of the brldr, and...la,a, 3 rs Donald Donath of Lincoln, IHuds 1 . 2 : te on i ............ sis r of the groom [ lnccl.t o 1 W --o ............................... 0 Robert Hahn as best man I 2 toss c .............................. 1 Donald Donath and Clifford Oft-, [Philli- cf 3 0 mann of Lincoln, were grooms-JBeck  ...... ::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1 1 men. Ushers were Elmer Laugh- Totals 25 2 6 cry and Raymond Hahn of Mount Pulaski, and Walter Sablotny of EL S. BASEBALL SCHEDULE Lincoln. Thursday, May I0: Williams- Judy Miller was flower girl, ville, here. and Donald Tendick the ring- Tuesday, May 15, Cathedral, bearer, here. The bridegroom is a grandson Home games will start at 4:00 of Mrs. William Hahn of Mount P.m. No admission. Pulaski. ODD FELLOWS MEETING AUTO LOANS TUESDAY, MAY 15 At the regular meeting of the [Jp O $[000 O O! Odd Fellows lodge on Tuesday evening, May 15, there will be mw, Y   zow special degree work Members     M axe urged to attend, sex Auto m $. Montmy The members are also remind. m0 Auto  .es Mon ed that there will be a Fish Fry we Ad cash 1"or An -poses: at Schafer's Cabin on Salt Creek srms Your TlCt I0 mn st y  Need Not Be  1mot! Wednesday night, May 23d. I'. Cold,mu,,t Nobody m Kaow., CARD OF APPRECIATION PEOPLES FINA_NCE COMPANY I wish to express my sincere  suone Bk Bk. r, m. . thanks to the many friends and ,, relatives for all the cards, let- ters" flowers, and gifts, I reeeiv- : .... ed while a surgical patient in :themy returnDeacness hospital and sincehome. PAUL IS Mrs. Mary Schaffenacker. APPREC[ATION During the ten days as a medical patient in the Deaconess hospital, Lincoln, and since re- g home May 2, I received & great many cards, letters, flow. ers and gifts from good friends and neighbors. I want to express my sincere thanks. Fred G. Mayer, Sr. MASSEUR Cabinet Baths Mount Pulaski Phone 71 New B.F.f]oodrich Tubeless Tire is real "peace.of.mind tire" No Tube To Go FlatJ Seals Punctures While You Drive| Long Mileagel --says J. A. Mitchell, of Pittsburgh, Penasyl,. vania. "10,000 miles with no apparent wear  tear. Look like the day they were put on. Real peace-of-mind ires." Tubeless Tires have been in use for ve years. And thousands of motorists are now driving on them. Yet, w# bae mrver beard O] a Tubeless Tre blcr out umr mot. mat running cond@io din# to impacts oe Ivses--tbe sd ses o] blowos/ Here's why B. F. Goodrich Tubeless Tires give you _'ving Immce-of-mlnd like you've never had before. Safety At High!: Speedsl Costs Less Than Regular Tire and Safety Tube| Fits Your Present Rims HOLMES Pulaski FRED day anniversaries of Charles H. Hanslow, Julian Shull and Fran- cis Nolan. The following attend- ed:-- Bloomington -- Mr. and Mrs. Francis Nolan. Lincoln--Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanslow and son, Dale. Chestnut--Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 2 Thomas Shull and children, Juli- 1 an Ray and Janice Kay. 1 Mount Pulaski-- Mr. and Mrs. 1 Charles H. Hanslow, Mr. and 0 Mrs. Raymond Hanslow and 0 children, Raymond and Pamela, 1 Mrs. Charles W. Hanslow and 0 son Darrell Lynn. 0 6 --For Mother's Day--Give her a gift of Phoenix Hosiery, $1.35 to H $1.75. --Talmages. 2 2---Scratch Pads now available 0 at the Times.News. 0 0  6 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 325 u 3 d 36 37 38 39 4O 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 DOES YOUR FARM NEED MAGNESIUM! USE LEHIGH SOIL SUGAR "IT GETS RESULTS" LEHIGH STONE CO. City Bank Building, Kankakee, IlL LOCAL DEALER: GLENN O. RAU & SON PHONE 71 LATHAM, J. M. FRENCH PHONE 88.R.2 MOUNT PULASB AUTHORIZED DEALER SINCE 1943 FREE--A complete check.up of the mechanical condition of your equip- ,4 ment and estimate to recondition same. We are pleased to announce m that we have added still more modern shop equipment with which to service your machines. ,4 We carry a large stock of parts and our men are experienced. Call us or come in and let us help you with your mechanical problems. ca  All work guaranteeclPrices very reonable--Terms can be mcmgecL  FROEHLICH FARM SALES - MT. PULASKI, ILL. People's Savings and Loan Association of Mount Pulaski Annual Statement of People's Savings and Loan Association of Mount Pulaski, located at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1951 ASSETS First Mortgage Loan-- S.P. Plan ........................ $136,300.00 Accrued Interest, Premium, Fines ........ 50.82 Advances Taxes, Insurance .................... 16.39 Cash on hand and in Banks ........................ 1,810.46 Furniture and Fixtures 1.00 TOTAL ASSETS $13,636.67 LIABILITIES Installments--- Invest- ment Shares ................ $ 46,083.50 Paid-up Shares ............ 4,500.00 Installments---Mort- gage-Pledged Shares 30,694.68 Profits Divided--Inv. Installment Shares .... 1,262.55 Profits Divided--Mtg. Pledged Shares ............ 6,991.82 Advances--Others ........ 16,200.00 Interest accrued on borrowed money ........ 146.63 Dividends Payable-- Paid-up Shares .......... 65.00 Accounts Payable ........ 9.00 Credits--Income col- lected in advance .... 30,20 Reserve for Uncollected Interest, Prem. Fines 508.82 Contingent Reserve ...... 9,150.00 Special Reserve ............ 4,000.00 Loans and Contracts Re- serves--Unallocated 2,000.00 Real Estate Reserve-- Unallocated .................. 6,000.00 Undivided Profits ........ 1,012.47 TOTAL LIABILITIES $138,636.67 SERIES OF STOCK, VALUF., ETC. J CJ 108 108 131 51 51 13 119 213 15 198 107 107 155 155 16 95 142 142 61 83 315 315 143 71 202 10 192 23 59 90 8 82 6 47 263 8 255 182 35448 4483O4 23 478 50 528 138 11 785 785 373 2465 835 41 108 3151 C e 65.50 28.33 93.83 1,444.83 59.50 23.11 82.61 4,575.78 53.50 18.49 71.99 2,865.95. 47.,50 14.38 61.88 2,041.96 41.50 10.74 52.24 3,383.10 35.50 7.61 43.11 1,461.12 29.50 5.09 34.59 417.38 23.50 3.12 26.62 795.60 17.50 1.65 19.15 739..20 11.50 .75 122.5 396.00 5.50 .17 5.67 133.45 18254.37 I, WALTER A. SCHAFER, Secretary of the People's Savings and Loan Association of Mount Pulaski, hereby certify that the fore- going statement of assets and ]iabilitles, and the analysis of the Serial Stock including profits divided thereto, are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. k