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FLORENCE ROSE IN LINCOLN Florence Rose died at 1:30 Sunday, May 7, 1961, in the Memorial Home, Lin- where she had been living few years. Whitney was born on 8, 1882, in the Whitney Hill west of Chestnut, the of Willard and Georgia Whitney. She was married Arthur Rose, who preceded her death in 1918. For a number of after her husband passed she made her home in township, between Mount and Lincoln, with her the late Mrs. William L. She finally went to the Memorial Home at to live. She was a mere- of the Methodist Church, Decedent is survived by one Richard Rose of San Fran. Calif., and one brother, John at Decatur. services were held at pan, Tuesday, May 9, in the & Barry Funeral Home Lincoln, conducted by the Rev. Clapper. Burial was in the Cemetery west of Chest- Mount Pulmdd, Ill., THURSDAY, MA 11, 1961 SIL-TENNIAL LETTER COMMENTS BIRTHS and Mrs. Louis Kraft-of are parents of a daugh- ter, born Thursday, May 4 in the hosiptal, Lincoln. and Mrs. Larry Phillips of are parents of a son May 6, in Spring- Memorial Hospital_ Grand- am Mr. and Mrs. Earl R.R. Mt. Pulaski, and md Mrs. Donald Hodgdon, of Muskegon, Mich., Saturday, 6, a daughter was born to Mrs. Robert Mudget. have seven daughters. iS the former Beryl of Mt Pulaski. Grand- is Mrs. Vemeta Wachter, left Saturday for Muskegon several days. ICE CREAM AT ST. JOHNJ cake and ice cream social held at St. John's Luth. i the evening of "Open the high school, Wed- May 17. Serving will 7pxn. cream and cake will be 35c, coffee 10c. There will also after the activities at school. The public is invited. CLUB MEMBER. ARE PAYABLE . ! membership chairman of Pulaski Woman's Club remind club members for 1961-62 will be i at the Spring Breakfast May 18. The affair held at the Methodist dining room. The amount $3.50. Please remember the and the amount. PICTURES TO BE MAY 21 individual or group pie- in Sll.Tennial attire, will Sunday afternoon, May pan. at the library, by a from Springfield. further questions concern- pictures, please contact d Brooker or Mrs. El. Pads at Tlmu.News-- 11 Cu. Ft. FREEZER 2 Months AT S26009S !:NOW $1 8 9.9 5 CARRIES NEW WARRANTY S f ah I's i  West AUis 19, Wis. 3O23 S. 84th St., I am a descendant (granddau- tl ") of Ezekiel French, son of Asa and Hannah Clark French, in whose home itinerant preach- ers held services, and it was Ezekiel French who led in the building of French's Chapel. Ezekiel was a cousin of Robert and Isaac Clark and Mrs. Angle Wacaser. I spent much of my childhood on the old Buchanan farm near the present home of Ellis Downing. Enclosed is my contribution for a Bound Copy of the Souvenir Edition. Best wishes. Miss Maurine L. Humphreys. Clinton, Illinois I am enclosing money for the edition on Mount Pulaski. It was my hometown for a long time and we hope to get down for a day or two. J. A. Dickey. Chicago, Illinois Enclosed is check for next year's subscription and the re- mainder is for the Sil-Tenrdal Celebration. Best wishes to every- one.. Mrs. Adele M. Baker. Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois Dear Mr. Wible: I have been away from the Mt Pulaski area some 38 years and although many people come and  go in that period of time, I still nial and hope to be there for a part of it. Sincerely, Gege R. Beck. Los Angeles, Calif. I am Mr. and Mr Carl Zelle's boat trip. We arrived home Feb. 18th and had a nice time. I should have said this was a passenger boat and there were 132 - ers aboard. Yours truly, Curtis Risk. CARD OF THANKS We want to take this oppor- tunity to thank our friends and relatives for the words of sym- I also lived in Mount Pulaski when a youngster and for the gratitude and love for all my folks, I want to make a small contribution. Mrs Nina Z. Hamilton. Lincoln, Illinois Kind Sir: Enclosed is our contribution for the Sil-Tennial bound edition. We are former residents of ML Pulas- ki and are looking forward to meeting all of our good old friends, Lord willing. Sure en- joy the Mt. Pulaski Times-News every week. Miss Lucy E. Robinson. Oakland, Calif. May 4, 1961 Dear Sir: Enclosed is my contribution to the Sil-Tennial and we do expect to spend a few days in Mt. Pul- aski while visiting our son in Peoria. We left here Jan. 8th via auto for New Orleans where on Jan. 22rid we boarded the Steamship People's Savings and Loan Association of bit. Pulaski of cl of bmgm ou  31, INI ASSETS First mortgage share accumulation plan loans ......................................................... .8,750D0 Accrued interest receivable on first mortgage loans (unless included above).. 1,427.39 Advances for taxes, insurance, etc. on first * mortgage loans (unless included above) 481.62 Loans secured by withdrawable capita]. ............ 10,300.00 65.00 Accrued interest receivable (unless included above) ................................................ Cash on hand and in banks ................................. Furniture, fixtures and equipment .................... 76.00 allowance for depreciation ......................... 2850  4750 Total Assets ................................................................................. $287,63731 CAPITAL AND LIABILITIES 20.. Withdrawable or free shares x. Installment share dues credited_ ........... $141,630.50 Sub-total .................................................... 141,6300 Add - dividends (unless included in 20-x) ..: ........................................................ 38,183.12 a. Net free installment share ................... $179,813.62 d. Full-paid shares ........................................ 18,400.00 Total withdrawable or free shares. ..... 198513.62 21. Mortgage pledged shares ............................ 55,899.00 Sub-total ...: ..................................................... 55,899.00 Add--dividends (unless included in above) ...................................................... 9,03625 Net mortgage pledged shares ...................... 64,935.25 Total withdrawable shares - free and pledged .................................................... 263,148$7 Accounts payable. ........................................... 78.00 Deferred credits to future operations b. For income collected in advance ........ 56.00 daughter. They are both gone and pathy, floral offerings and other are buried at Mount Pulaski. I thoughtfulness at the time of the am also b_ G. Zelle's sister affd sudden death of our loved one, Mrs. Harta Tendick's sister, as Charles Munyon. well as an aunt of Mrs. Fred The Family. Holmes and Mrs. Floyd Buckles. Pads a TtmN-NeWL find the Times-News very inter- Stella Polaris for a trip to the esting with news about folk I Jwest Indies and Venezuela, re- _ . I Orl00 Feb g K Ior oounu givin us the 1 copy of the Souvenir Edition xx,^ I ,___ g .. m=s.t two days of the ....... --. ,,c| tamous -New Orleans Madri Gras. oer t wishes zor me Sil-Ten-We had perfect weather on our STATEMENT OF CONDITION 10365.00 16,566.30 37. General reserves c. For contingencies ............................... 17,456.09 e. Reserve for Real Estate .......................... 6,800.00 39. Undivided profits or surplus ....................... 5630 Total Capital and Liabilities-- ............................................ $287,637.81 SECRETARY'S VERIFICATION I, the undersigned, Secretary of Peoples Savin and Loan Association of Mt. Pulaski, do hereby solemnly swear that I have examined the statement of condition of said assooiatia as of March 31, 1961, and the related statement of operations and the reconcile- ments of undivided profits and reserves for the year then ended and the other statements, schedules and data contained in the here- in annual statement; that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, !they are true and correct; that the books and records of said asscel. ation correctly reflect the true condition thereof; that the signatures on all notes, mortgages and other instruments in connection there- with are genuine; and that there are no undisclosed assets on liabilities. Subrlbed and sworn to before me this 20th day of April, 1961, Florence Lachenmyer Notary Public. NOTICE OF NOTICE is hereby persons that Monday, day of Iune, A.D. claim date in the estate Campbell, deceased, in the County Court of County, Illinois, and that may be filed against the the decedent on or befo date without the moilS. Mildred xecu Attorney. Sell it with a Class  MA Y G. E. RANGE SPECIAL 30" G.E. Electric Range Retails at $279.95 $11 a00es cost A AND OLD RANC.- YOU ALSO RECEIVE SET OF CORNING WAl00 STAHL'S - ML Pulmki, ill OFFIClA PUBMCATION U-post er comshon or STATE BANK OF CORNLANO of Cornland in the State of Illinois at the close of on March 20, 1961. Published in response to Call of Conrad F. Becker, of Financial Institutions. ASmZ 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash items in pro- cese at collection. ....................................... $ 12 2. United States Government obligatns, di- 454, rect and guaranteed 3. Obligations of States and political sub. divisions 7,00 6. Loans and discotmts (including $6536 overdrafts) 58L0 7. Bank premises owned I;1,000.00, furnitm and fixtures $500.00_ (Bank premises owned are subject to None liens not assumed by bank) 12. TOTAL ASSETS ................................ ........ $167, 13. Demand deposits of individuals, er ships, and corporations__ ................................. $ 487,24 " 14. Time deposits at individuals, partnemll and corporations_ 15. Deposits of United States Government (in. eluding postal savin) .................................. 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 18. Other deposits (certified and offlce check% etc.) ..................................... 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS .............. I,058,1412 23. Other liabilitie .............. , ................................ 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including sub- ordinated obligations shown below) ............ CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital (par value per share $71 37) $* 26. Surplus ........................................... 27. Undivided profits.._ ......................... 28. Reserve 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $, 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCO MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledgea or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes ................. $ L Geocge  Drake, Cashier, of the above-named do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, that it fully and correctly represents the true state several matters herein contained and set forth, of my knowledge and belief. George F Drake, Correct--Attest: Minnie D. Bryson Lulu Day Lanham G. A. Voile, State of Illinois, County at Logan, u: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 23rd March, 1961. (seal) Louise Boim,