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MAY 17, 1951 THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS 'i PAGE $lf3N AUTREY AT STATE FAIR and his all-west- rill be the star attrac- Day, opening 1951 Illinois State Fair Jack Benny and appear on the clos- big exposition, 19, according to H. state fair general Will have Pat Butrum, with him, and a cast of western sing- actors. show will feature and a name band and girl singer, all from fair will open Aug. the evening of Aug. METHODIST MAY 10th of the Methodist Chestnut, met Thurs- May 10, at the Henry Neuschafer rd Obery assist. of officers was held made for all officers training school on 17 at the Doug- church in "To Make All was in charge McKinley. The The Methodist on little dolls the May Pole. meeting will be at McKinley. LEGAL TIME ONLY on May 11 the of Public that in Illinois enter life and die Time even time prevails referred to an Attorney General that vital statistics reCOrded on standard COMMUNION Sunday, May 13. boys and one girl first communion Aqfiinas Catholic pastor, Rev. Ed- of Elkhart. They Kenneth Car- Letterly. At- as angels, Sue Stoll and Shar- PATROL SQUADRON RETURNED FROM ASIA Patrol Squadron 22, which re- cently returned to the Naval Air Station, Barbers Point, near Hono lulu, Hawaiian Islands, after six months service in Asia, received a "well done" from two top rank- ing Admirals. They were sta- tioned at Naha, Okinawa since leaving Barber's Point Nov. 1, 1950. The squadron flew a total of 339 reconnaissance missions in the six months. Aviation Chief $ohn M. Horn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Horn, east of Mount Pulaski, is a member of the squadron. ! During his absence his wife and son have been living in Honolulu. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Clark and sons of Reynolds, visited on Monday with his aunt, Miss Meta Clark. --CHURCHES-- St JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH R. Ray O. Zumel-. Pa Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Divine worship at 10:30 a.m. A cordial invitation to all' LATHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Edwin I. Groenhoff, pa-tor Sunday School--10:00 a.m. Worship service---11:00 a.m. Evangelistic service 7:30 p.m. Bible Study and Prayer Mect- ing--7:30 p.m., Wednesday. Choir and Orchestra practice at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. St THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Rev. Edward M. Krewr, Pastor Mass at 8:00 a.m. Sunday, May 20th. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Robert Wilkes, Minister Bible School 9:30 a.m. Worship service 10:35 a.m. Sunior Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p.m. There will be no evening serv- ices until June 3rd. Roughly counting, we had 250 in worship services this past Lord's Day. Let's keep this at- tendance in mind and surpass next Lord's Day. Remember, you come this can be done. You will be welcome at our services. ZION LUTHERAN CH row. Albert G, ltkmman, Pastor Sunday School and Bible Class- es at 9 a.m. You are always welcome at our services. -.-SCRA' PADS? "Oodles" of them at T1mes.Neqvs. 1)on't Argue with the Ump All he does IS stOthnt 'terlret the rule ' " .e been given to We're in the same Iitin. All we e.a do with the lrent Credit regu- lations is interpret the as they are lVen to us. If you etl any help in aderstanding how they affect you, feel to ask our help. BIRTHDAY SUPPER SERVED NEAR CHESTNUT SUNDAY A potluck supper was served Sunday evening, May 13, at the t home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Op- i perman, near Chestnut. The gathering and supper was in honor of the third birthday of their daughter, Betty Louise. Other birthdays that occur in May were also celebrated, they being: Charles W. Hanslow, Hu- bert Stoll and Elmer Laughery. The following were present:- Mount Pulaski: Mr. and Mrs. William Opperman, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Laughery, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hanslow and son Dar. rell Lynn. Chestnut: Otto Stoll, Miss Aurelia Stoll, Mr. and Mrs. Hu- bert Stoll and son Dennis, Keith and Allan Harold Opperman. DR, LOUIS W. LENZ AND DR. HERBERT F. LENZ PHONE 1062 EYES EXAMINED 510 8ROADWAY LINCOLN, ILL tJ d 36 37 38 39 4O 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 05 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 47 1948 1949 1950 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 ........ 508.82 Advances Taxes, Insurance .................... 16.39 Cash on hand and in Banks ........................ 1,810.46 Furniture and Fixtures 1.00 TOTAL ASSETS $138,636.67 LIABILITIES Installment.- Invest- ment Shares ................ $ 46,063.50 Paid-up Shares ............ 4,500.00 InstallmentsMort- gage.Pledged Shares - 30,694.68 Profits Divided--Inv. Installment Shares .... 1162.5. Profits DividedMtg. Pledged Shares ............ 6,991.82 Advances---Others ........ 16,200.00 Interest accrued on borrowed money ........ 148.63 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 $138,636.67 168 131 51 119 213 107 155 95 142 83 315 71 202 59 9O 47 263 35 448 23 478 11 2465 SERIES OF STOCK, VALUE, ETC. .C:  O 108 51 13 65.50 28.33 93.83 1,444.83 15 198 1.07 59.50 23.11 82.61 4,575.78 155 16 33.50 18.49 71.99 2,865.95 142 61 47.50 14.38 61.88 2,041.96 315 143 41.50 10.74 52.24 3,383.10 10 192 23 35.50 7.61 43.11 1,461.12 8 82 6 29.50 5.09 34.59 417.38 8 255 182 23.50 3.12 26,62 795.60 448 304 17.50 1.65 19.15 739.20 50 528 138 11.50 .75 12.25 396.00 785 785 373 5.50 .17 5.67 133.45 835 41 108 3151 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 liabilities, and the analysis of the Serial Stock including profits divided thereto, are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. [-, 3,340.50 11,781.00 8,292.50 6,745.O0 13,072.50 6M16.O0 2,419.00 5,992.50 7,84O.O0 6,072.O0 4,31%50 76,688.50 A