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SIL-TENWIAL EDITION (TimmNews. Mt, PulaskL IlL) THURS.. IULY i$o IMJ,,.-8 CLUB NOTES invited to attend. ]That Reaches Out and,Loves." daughter, Linda, Mrs. Dean Mile- I [ The Cornland Home Ec Palsl The San Sousi 500' club metJham and daughter, Linda, Mrs. Wednesday afternoon, July 1[ are going to have their local [ at the home of Eva Start, Wednes. i Ivan Rademaker, Mrs. Donald Good Will Society of the[ achievement program at the home day evening, July 5. Prizes were]Stoll, Mrs. Oscar Henrichsmeyer, )rn Aquinas Catholic of Mrs. John Wiebking on Wed-!awarded Mrs. Ruth Berry, Mrs. [ met at the home of Mrs. nesday, July 19 at 2 p.m. Vernita Wachter and Mrs. Carrie [ Jeanie Wiebking, Reporter Goddard. They will meet next! Buehler on Vine St. The I The Cornland Home Ec Pals f had a recent meeting at the home awarded to Mrs. Claude Lit-J of Mrs. John Wiebking. Mms .Mrs. Vernita Wachter, Mrs. Marilyn Armstrong, county sum- :met assistant home adviser, visit- ed our club. She gave us good advice about our projects. Jeanie Wiebking gave a demonstration on a Quick-Mix One-Egg cake, and Kettra Werth made a flower arrangement. We talked about our achievement program at the Chester-East Lincoln School. Our leader told us what to bring for our food projects. Soda and cook- ies were served as refreshments, by .Mrs. John Wiebking. All were enjoyed. Jeanie Wiebking, Reporter. The Handy Hands 4-H Club Achievement program will be giv- en at the Lake Fork Christian Church, Tuesday, July 18 at 2:30 p.m. The Handy Hands and Merry Maids 4-H Clubs will give the program at the Home Bureau meeting at the library Monday, J July 17 at 2:30 p.m. Mothers of the girls are invited to attend. The Latham Home Bureau will meet Wednesday, July 19 at 1:30 p.m. at the Firehouse. Mrs. Arthur Irwin will give the major lesson "Preparing Sandwiches for a Cdowr." Election of officers will be held. Roll call will be "Current Event With Picture of Same". Protection Camp #1911, Royal Neighhbors of America, will meet Thursday, July 20 at 8 p.m. in the IOOF Hall. The Lutheran Women's Mission- ary League of the Zion Lutheran Church in Chestnut, will meet on Thursday, July 20 at 1:30 p.m. in the church basement. The pro- gram committee will have charge of the topic discussion, "A Heart with Mrs. Berry. The Book Club met Monday evening, July 10, at the home of Mrs. Katherine Downing. The book, "My Thirty Years Back Stairs In The White House," by LiIlian Rogers Parks, was review- ed by Mrs. Harold Tendick, Sr. A club guest was Mrs. Richard Downing of Akron, Ohio. Aug- ust hostess will be Mrs. William Tare. Mb:ellaneous Shower For Bride-to-Be A miscellaneous shower was given for Mary Lou Henrichs. meyer on June 23 at the home of Mrs. Ed Michel, in Mount Pul- aski. The hostesses were Mrs. Le. roy Michel of Tovey; Mrs. Darrell Bree and Mrs. Roy Henrichsmey- er. Games were enjoyed and the bride received many lovely and useful gifts. Those present were: Mrs. Rud- olph Baumhardt and daughter, Sandra, Mrs. John Kerschner, Mrs. Jack Beggs, Mrs. Vernon Cooper, Mrs. Eugene Tendick and daugh- Connolley and Mrs. Ray- Sarns. The August hostess Mrs. Rinaldo Bertoni. D.W. Club met Wednesday July 5, at the home of Orena Opperman on North St. Pinochle to Mrs. St. Pinochle was play- Prizes were awarded to Schroeder, Mrs. Elmer Mrs. Albert Horn Norman Schahl. The will be held on Sept. of Mrs. Henry Rohrer. Hilltop Merry Maids met Zion Lutheran church base- The business meeting was of Theresa Wessbecker. Were discussed. Prepar- Was made for the fair. The Sale we held recently was Susan Ayers, Reporter. WML of the Zion Luth- IaserCh, will meet at the merit Thursday, July p.m. Mrs. Floyd Hewitt Zone Chairman, will be as a guest. Members are attend, and if they have ial attire, they should , as the Sil-Tennial Cele- ,Will Soon be over. orcas Guild of St. John's i Church will meet at the na,Lgion Home, Tuesday,  p.m. with Mrs. C. E. as hostess. Yal Daughters Society of ;tian Church, will hold Picnic Tuesday, July 18, nner at noon at the Tom. crLation Center. The off- the hostesses. All and their families are OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Report of Condltioa of STATE BANK OF CORNLAND of Cornland in the State of Illinois at the close of business ori JUne 30, 1961. Published in response to Call of the Direct/ or oz Financial Institutions of the State of Illinois. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash items in pro. cese of collection ................................................. $ 133,295.19 2. United States Government obligations, di- 3. rect and guaranteed ........................................ 427275.00 Obligations of States and political sub- 6. divisions .......................... : .................................... 2,000.00 LOans and discounts (including $742.68 7. Verdrafts) ............................................................ 549,693.01 ank premises owned $1,000.00, furniture and fixtures $500.00 .............................................. 1,500.00 (Bank premises owned are subject to None liens not assumed by bank) 12. TOTAL ASSETS ...................................................... $1,113,763.20 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partner 14. hips, and corporations ...................................... $ 435,348.84 rime deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .................................................... 451214.34 IS..Deposits of United States Government (in- 16. Uding postal savings) ...................................... 5,574.24 ]8. ePosits of States and political subdivisions 106,792,19 ther deposits (certified and officers' 19. Checks, etc.) .......................................... : ............... 1,969.72 TOTAL DEPOSITS ...................... $1,000,899.33 (a) Total demand deposits ........ $ 480,684.99 (b) Total time and say- 23. ngs deposits ............................ $ 520,214.34 ,ner liabilities ...................................................... 34.37 ?4. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including sub- Ordinated obligations shown below ................ $L000,933.70 2 C CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ,apital (par value per share $71 317) ............ $ 25,000.00 ............................................... 60,000.00 urplus ................... Undivided profits.:: .......................... : ........ :::::::::::: 7,829.50 Reserves ................... : ................... 20,000.00 " TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ....... : .................. $ 112,82950 'Pr___ 31 _ MEMORANDA 1.. ts pledgea or assigred to secure I, llities and for other purposes .................... $ 116,106.25  Olrng E. Drake, Cashier, of the above-named ban at it f..,,Y SWear that the above statement is true, ann --evral uly and correctly represents the true state of the -, y .aatters herein contained and set forth, to the best .,_ "aOWledge and belief. George E. Drake, Cashier. Yt ::Y Lanham Minnie D. Bryson G. A. Voile, Directors. r Illinois County of Logan ss: to and subscribed before me this 8th day of Louise Bohn, Notary Public My Commission expires, September I, M , Mrs. Ed Ruwe, Mrs. ]Mrs. Otha McDaniel, CharI [Michel, Mrs. Omer Henric o Lincoln, and the hostesses, ter, Lois, Mrs. John Waddll and SEE US BEFORE BUYING MONUMENTS or Grave Markers All Colors and Sizes SCHAHL Home For FUNERALS LATHAM, ILLINOIS Mt. Pulaski Dial SW 2-3235 DAY or NIGHT Our Phone Is Attended 24 Hours A Day 7 Days A Week Schahl Funeral Home Mount Pulaski. Illinois AMBULANCE SERVICE DEFROSTING.' END DEFROSTING FOREVER... 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