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PAGE VILV iii: 4 During the past nine days many people have visited the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Shrine, tl ol i Logm county court house (1848- 1854) in the Mount Pulaski public square. ; When calm settled over the state house in Springfield during the early hours of Tuesday morn- bag, July I, bring to a close the 62nd general assembly, two members of the" House of Repre- sentatives, Elmer Sclmackenberg, i speaker of the house, and Rep. David Swauson, started on an : auto trip to their homes in Chi- cago. They came by way of Mt. Pulaski and called on State Sen- i ator Nicholas L. Hubbard and al- so visited and registered at the historical shrine. Anotr visitor of interest was . Mrs. Mary Stuart Todd of Spring- field. Her grandfather, John Todd Stuart, an early day Springfield i latter, rode the old eighth judici- al circuit with Abraham Lincoln, and came to Mount Pulaski on many occasions in connection witt law cases in the old court house. Persons registering at the hrine since July 1 are as follows: Van Nuys, Calif.--Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Huston. Los Angeles, Calif.--Mrs. Anna Head. San Jose, calif.-7 -Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kerschner. Hollywood, Calif.--Euphemi M. Dyer. Lima, Ohio--Mrs. E. B. Stoi-.  Portland, Ind.--Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clyphers. '. Tell City, Ind.--Daniel Bolin. New Albany, Ind.--Mr. and Mrs Hayes crosier, Mr. and Mrs. Stan- ley Crosier. I.Porte City, iowa-Ellen Bow- ::, ers. Milwaukee, Wis.--Diek Hen-  ningfeld. Rochester, N. Y.--Mr. and NIrs. Michael Harry, George Harry. yon, Darrell, Dixie and Daisy! Munyon. Lincoln--Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schroeder, Katie Kerpan. Illiopolis--Mrs. E. R. Hild, Mar- ian Hild, Martha Bryan, Lorene Lamb. Springfield--Mrs. Mary Stuart Hall, M. B. Mangan, E. M. Reed- er, Edna Goerger. Chicao--Rep. David I. Bron- son, Elmer J. Schnackenburg, Russell Behrens, Wayne Schwen- deman, Walter Humble, Miss Jean Dresser, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lucas. Martha Helen Lucms, Mrs. J. Cermak, clarence Cermak. Oblong--Ross Dickey. Peoria--Bonnie Mason. Woodstock--Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Billington, lenda Billington. Mount Pulaski--Mrs. Bertha Shellhmmmer, Mrs. Bessie Kinert, Nelle Vandevender, Mrs. Rena Davis, Carl David Faith, Everett and Ben Faith, Don Beckers, Eu- gene Rentmeister, John Head, Virginia Foster, Eileen Stopher, Julius C. Wheeler, Edward Ayers, ! MONT  TS-NWa Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fuiten and family, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Gaff- hey and two children, Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson, daughter Lucy, all left about 11:30 a. m. Friday, July 4th, for the park in Lincoln. They took lunch for din- ner and supper and spent the af- ternocn and attended the carnival in the eyening. Mr. and Mrs. Rell Moore, little son Jackie of Peoria, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Welby Moore all left early Sunday morn- ing and spent the day in St. Iuis at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Piatt of Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. O. L Piatt of Hartsburg spent the day Sun- day with his parents, Mr. and MRS. HARRY PIATT Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fuiten and family spent Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Gaff- ney. Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Denison and Mrs. Harry Piatt called at the Mrs. Harry Piatt and Mrs. Chloe Jenner. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Munyon and two little sons of Chicago vis- ited from Thursday to Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester McAfee and his mother, Mrs. G. A. Stults. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Duncan Richard Huston, Betty Moore, Jean and Earline Kinert, Donald and little daughter of Latham Ross. spent the week end with her sis- ] ter, Mrs. Charles Manley and faro- lilY LAKE FORK Charles Manley has been con- i fined to his home for almost a week wqth the mumps. Robert Scbahl is down with the mumps. Mrs. Helen Denison of Spring- field spent Sunday afternoon with Dr. and Mrs. I L. Denison. E. V. Koehlar of Mount Pulaski visited here Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Baker, Lin- coln was here on business Tues- day. Deaconess hospital in Lincoln to' see Mrs. Alice Mileham. Several from here were business callers in Linceln, Mount Pulaski and Springfield during the .past week. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Piatt of Decatur were visitors on the 4th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Har- ry Piatt of Lake Fork. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith spent the 4th in Iowa visiting rel-  ative. First carload of new wheat was shipped July 3rd to Chicago by the Lake Fork Farmers Elevator. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Coats and daughter Doris Ellen visited in Lincoln Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Coats and MOUNT PULASKI, nhnom ant. Each time they paid their checks they flipped a coin to see who paid the sales tax. "Recently his friend was draft- ed. "To keep Stoll happy, the res- taurant's cashier now flips him for the tax." This item will interest Mount Pulaskians because Edwin StoH is a son of Mr. and Mrs. George StolI, who formerly lived in this city, but located in Lincoln sever- al years ago. MISS ISABEIJ KAPPER MARRIED SATURDAY Miss Isabelle Kapper, daughter of A. E. Kapper of Forsyth, and William Blakeman, of Decatur, were united in marriage at 8 a. m Saturday, July 5, in St. Thom- as Catholic church, Decatur, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Andrew Smith. They were attend- el by the bride's cousin, Miss Mary Bruder, and brother, Wilford Kap- per. The newlyweds will reside in Decatur. The Kapper family for- merly lived southwest of Mount Pulaski. Attending the wedding from Mount Pulaski were Mr. and Mrs. William A. Sehwoerer, and guest, Mrs. Mac Druhe, of St. Louis, Mo. BONDED BEST BY TEST IN MEMORY In loving memory Rentmeister, who four years ago July I can't say, and will That he is dead; he is Wth a cheery smile of the hand, He has wandered into known land, And left us dreami fair It needs mst be, ers there. And we, yes we, who wildest yearn For the old "time step glad return Think of him faring a& In the love of there, of here, Think of him still as tl say, He is not dead; he is We Are A Hammond, Ind.--Bill Brayfield. Mrs Harry Piatt, Mrs. Chloe Burlington, Kan.--Fred L Ep-Jenner and Mrs. "*WVendell Piatt were in Hartsburg Friday after- ting. Wapakoneta, Ohio--Mr. ald t noon. Mrs. Russell Bowsher. l Luke Owens of Buffalo visited New castle, Ind.--Mr. and Mrs- '; from Thursday to Sunday evening John H. Lassen, Dallas Lassen, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. james Lunsford, Marie Scoles. '. Munyon. Wichita, Kn.--Edna Fisher. 1 Vernon Munyon of St. Louis Portsmouh, Ohio--Mrs. Marthai , came Thursday and visited his Calver. . !parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mun- St. Louis, Mo.--R. A. Stockton'yon and other relatives and called  Clanute, Kan.--Mr. and Mrs. C. 'i on friends returning home Sunday G. Foerschler. I evening. family of Springfield visited rela- tives here Friday. I r. and Mrs. Milton Tarbox I Jr. and son of Chicago visited rel- atives here Sunday. LOts of wheat combining here Sunday. COIN FLIPPED TO SEE VFIO PAYS SALES TAX On Thursday of last week the Associated Press carried a little story regarding Edwin Stoll, for- merly of Lincoln. now employed Wayne, Mich.--Graham Eddy, Jr. Brook;ield. Mo.--L. S. McNa- mars. From Illinois Hartsbu.g_JGladys Kaesebier, Ida M. Reiners. LathamMrs. Ella M. Birks, : Mrs. Celia Shyer, Mrs. Charles A. :i Culp. Chestnut--Harold Lakin. Olney-- Rotor Rodgers, Ida Young. Naerville-- Francis George Glnther. Urbana--Mr. and Mrs. Deneen .. Foster, Donnie Foster, S. L. Barnes. . Champaign--Nora Powell. Decatur--Mrs. James Cooper. .Ellen Head. Kenney--Shirley Henson. CerroGordo---Florence M. East. /ke Fork--Mrs. Inez Munyon, Mrs. Ruby Munyon, Fern L. Mun- Fred I. Edgeli AHorney-at:Law Sherman Building LINCOLN, ILL Mr. Charles Tabor, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Ellis of Evansville, Ind., i are spending a few days with the former's daughter, Mrs. Otle Bry- ant and family and son Eldon and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Rell Moore, little son Jackie of Peoria visited from I Thursday Sunday with his par- to ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moore. Rell is helping his father com- bine. by the Chicago Tribune, as fol- lows: "Edwin Stoll ate every night witt a friend in a loop restaur- R. D. AITCHISON See Me for Auto Insurance SNYDER BLDG. S. WASHINGTON AN UNUSUAL }//{e . . HZ.E is a beautiful memorial. Behind it is a service which we have rendered to this com- munity for many years. For we arc experts in the design, workmanship and materials used in memorials of any price. We are happy to say, too, that most people consider our ability to understand and interpret individual wishes a paramount feature of our service. We would like to be of service to you. LINCOLN MONUMENT CO. Established 1895 Lincoln TeL 605 for Appoinlanent [ i i i ii % L Walgreen ,3slt Us When bs Lincoln m Report of the Condition of the STATE BANK OF LATHAM, ILLINOIS transmitted in response to call of the Auditor of counts, pursuant to law and showing condition at the business on the 30tl day of June, 1941. ! RESOURCES 1. Cash and due from banks ................... 3. United States Government obligations, direct andor fully guaranteed ..................... 4. Other bonds, stocks and se .................. 5. Loans and discounts ....................... 6. Over drafts 7. Banking louse--$25-(.()b,-.aTlture-tll-d--tLx: tures $600.00 ............................. Grand Total Resources ................... LIABILITIES ''. Capital stock .............................. 14. Surplus ................................... 15. Undivided profits (Net) .................... 16. Reserve accounts .......................... 17. Demand deposits ........................... 18. Time deposits Total of deposit- ........................... (2) Not secured by pledge of Ioansandor investments ...... $320,331.14 (3) Total deposits __-_- $320,331.14 Grand Total Liabilities ............  ...... Memorandum: Loans and Investments Pledged to Secure Liabilities: 26; Loans and,investments pledged: ta) U. S. Government obligataas direct and!or fully guaranteed Total Pledged (exclud]ng-re:discoun-ts--::-:-:: 27. Pedged: (a) Against U. S. Government and postal sav- ings deposits ..................... .. ..... TOTAL PLEDGED ........................ I, F M. Culp, Caahler of theabove named swear that the above statement is true to the best ledge and belief, and that the items and amounts agree with the items and amoures shown in the to the Auditor of Public Accounts, State of Illinois, to law. E. M. CULP, Correct Attest: Anna M. Volle, Chas. F. Auer, State of Illinois. County of Logan, ss. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd 1941. G.E. (Seal) 'eposlts in this Bank insured urler the United ernmet Aet of 1933, an as aended July 1, OFFICL4L PUBLICATION BROWN'S SERVICE CO. GREASE KEROSENE I Oc 6-gal. Regular $1