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/ tt H (Tbmm-NmU, Mr. hlaski, IlL)  JULY 15, IMI CHSMEYER m00NESDAY ZION LUTHERAN Mary Lou Henrichsmeyer, of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer R.tL#3, Lincoln, the bride of James Mc son of Mr. and Mrs. Otha of Williamsville, Wed- July 5, 1961, at 4 p.m. in Lutheran Church, Mount in the presence of the families and grand- e bride. ring ceremony was by the pastor, the Rev. Rothe. 5th also marked the event bride's parents 25th wed- .* wore a street length light green with white Her corsage was pink carnations. MeDaniel, sister of the was the maid of honor, in" a yellow street length white acoessories. Her was pink and whte car- Henrichsmeyer, brother bride, was best man. i supper was served at I of the bride's parents. present were: Mr. and and children, Don. grandparents of the and Mrs. Ed Michel Henrichsmeyer; .Mr. Roy Henrichsmeyer, Mr. Mrs. Elmer Henrichsmeyer children, Harold, Richard, Nancy, Melvin and De- couple have gone to house-  on a farm four miles of Cornland-where the is employed. REUNION TO BE SUNDAY, JULY 16 Fuiten Reunion will be on Sunday, Iuly 16, at Mill- Bloomington. dinner will be served Grace McDonald visited all the home of a dau- Bessie Hinds, at Pleas- , !i , LmTEK$ three copies of Copy of the Souvenir for us. Hope the Sil-Ten. is a success. Albert Grathwohl R. P,., Mount Pulaski. Green Meadow Farm Saint Paris, Ohio Sorry we are late but dtm to :recent illness of Mrs. Hansel- have neglected to send in contribution. We would like with you and visit our rel- and friends, but traveling far now is impossible. Mr. is still an active farm- 80 years old. Enjoy ., Times.News every week. J. and Nellie E. Hanselman. are glad to know that we to be able to get a copy of your Sil-Tennial We are looking forward as welLas to spending con- time at your celebration Mount Pulaski is our home- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Buckles, Taylorville 671 Brighton Road Brighton, Ohio hope we're not too ln reserving our copy of your Edition. looking forward to hay- wonderfUl time at Mt." Pul- very special occasion. Of along with visiting all of and dear friends. We'll be you soon. Nancy (Goodpaster) Ridgeway. BARICKS NIGHT of the Jabez Capps No. 2260, Mount Pulaski, night, July 10, at Legion Home for business meeting. of the principal points of will be the meeting in Pulaski cemetery on Sil- Sunday, July 23, at the of Jabez Capps, one of the founders, to pay honor to All members and all invited to be SIL-TENNIAL FLOWER SHOW WILL BE HELD AT LIBRARY FRIDAY. 28TH "THROUGH THE YEARS" will be the theme of the Mt Pulaski Sil-Tennial Flower Show, to be held in the Muldoon Library Building, Friday, July 28, from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. It is spon- sored by the Garden Club and the Woman's Club. Entries for all exhibits are open to the public. Following is the schedule for this show: ough The Years" Division I--Arrangements 1. "Pioneers" - A composition using any utility type container and accessories, such as, wooden bowls, scoops, candlemolds, scal- e_s, old baskets, etc. 2. "Gay Nineties" - An arrange- ment in an antique type contain- er. 3. "19th versus 20th Century" - Two arrangements, to be judged as a pair, featuring the old and the new, perhaps Victorian vs. Modern. 4. "Summer Kitchen" - An ar- rangement using a kitchen con- tainer. May use flowers, foliage, andior fruit and vegetables. 5. "Roaring Twenties" - An ar- rangement with a riot of color featuring brightly colored flowers and any foliage. 6. "Depression" . Something out of nothing, using common plant materials. 7. '"rhe Green Years" - An all green arrangement, using green plant material, foliage, fruit, etc. 8. 'Sil-Tennial" - An arrange. ment in a silver container to be used on dining table. 9. "Memories" - An arrange- ment in something from your col- lection, such as bottles, shells, baskets, driftwood, etc. 10. "Meditation" - A symbolic arrangement using accessories. Division II - Tables. No Silver Flatware Permitted. 1. A table set for threshers at harvest time. 2. A child's party table. 3. Buffet table for a special oc- casion. Exhibitor to furnish card naming occasion. i Divisima HI - Horticulture - Name varities, if possible 1. Roses - Hybrid Tea: 1 bloom Red, pink, white, yellow, blend Floribundas: 1 spray Any color Grandifloras: 1 spray Any color Miniatures: 1 bloom or spray  Any color 2. Gladioli Large and giant types; 1 spike Medium type: 1 spike Collection of 5 spikes, any type Miniatures 1 spike Miniature: 1 spike 3. Dcddt Large, medium, small 4. lem Hemerocallis (day lilly) - 1 stalk Any color Rubrum lilly - 1 stalk Regal lilly - 1 stalk Phlox - I spray Any color OFFICIAL PUBLICAON Reserve District No. 7 State No. 70-722 , port of Condition of THE FARMERS BANK OF MT. PULASKI of Mt. Pulaski, Illinois at the.close of business June 30, 1961, a State banking institution organized and operating under the banking laws of the State of Illinois and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance with a call made by the Director of the Department of Financial In- stitutions and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District. ASSE 1. Cash balances, with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection ............................................... $ 315,51828 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ................................................. " 530,284.70 3. Obligations of States and Political Sub- divisions ................................................................ 35,545.17 5. Corporate Stocks (including $6,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) ................................ 6,000.00 6. Loans and discounts (including $1,5317 overdrafts) ................................................ 1,454,356.49 7. Bank premises owned $18,000; furniture and fixtures $I,000.00 ......................................... 19,030.00 , Bank premises owned are subject to None liens not assumed by bank) 12. TOTAL ASSETS ..................................................... $2,360,704.64 LLqmLlxnr 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partner. ships, and corporations ................................... $1,158,231.47 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnershlps and corporations .............................................. 686,062.71 15. Deposits of United States Government (in. cluding postal savings) ..................................... 19,947.60 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 99,730.19 17. Deposits of banks ........................................  ...... 23,013.17 18. Other deposits (certified and officers checks, etc.) ............................................................................. 19.49.60 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS .................. $2,006,234.74 (a) Total demand deposits ........ $1,320,172.03 (b) Total time deposits ............ $ 686,062.71 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES .......................................... $2,006,234.74 crrAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital, Common Stock, par value .................. $ 1.00,000.00 26. Surplus ......... : .................................................. 100,000.03 27. Undivided profits. ............................................... 94,469.90 28. Reserves (and Retirement Account for Preferred Capital) .................................................. 60,000.00 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......................... 354,469.90 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL AC- COUNTS .................................................................. $2,,360,704.64 MEMORANDA: 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure llabil. ities and for other purposes. ........................... 100,000.00 32. (a) Loans as shown above are after de- duction of reserves of. ....................................... 44,192.65 L Dan Voile, cashier of the above named bank, hereby certify that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Dan Voile, Cashier. We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct E. K. Rothwell G. A. Voile Wilford K. Scroggin, St., Directors to and before me this 12th July, Public. t Any other perennial. 1 spray 5. Potted Plmsts African Violet . double African Violet - single Begonia, flowering Begonia, tuberous rooted Rule8 Govemg Exhibits I. Exhibits are open to the pub- lie, who may enter as many classes as desired, but only one entry in each class. 2. In arrangement classes, all arrangements must be the work of the exhibitor, but flowers need not be grown by exhibitor. 3. All exhibits must be placed between 8:00 an. and I0:30 a.m. on day of show. 4. All exhibits must be proper. ly identified with classifi .ca- tion tags, furnished by the sponsors. 5. Battles will be furnished for specimens. 6. Exhibits will be carol for as well as possible, but the Gar- den Club and the Woman's Club, will not assume any re- sponsibility against loss or breakage. 7. Exhibits must not be remov- ed until after show closes at 8:00 pn. 8. Judging will be done by an accredited judge between 11 aan. and 2:00 p.m. No one will be allowed in building during judging, except the judge and her assistants. 9. Table setting classes must be reserved. Also Class 3, Div. I, the double arrangement,[ must be reserved, due to[ space required. Contact Mrs. [ A. J. Lyons, or Mi. Marie J STATE Sanls. 10. Ribbons will be winners. 11. Horticulture be grown by the and potted plants must been in the possession exhibitor for at least months. 12. Any flowers, foliage cessories permitted stated in classification- LeHer Box The folks in Mount have planted a lot of petunias, in the city. I they have looked seen the number of some of their 6-feet high and sure some combination. . We'd better get this done l next week, for all the who are coming to the A Weed of Europe your reach this the fabulous Chicao national Trade Fa i 25 seethe at v 27-30. LOW F&RN8 CONSULT OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Reserve District No. 7 State No. 70-1408 Report of Condition of BANK OF LATHAM County, Illinois, at the close of b USm'" of Latham, Logan June 30, 1962, a State banking institution organized s i..,d w- crating under the banking laws of the State of Illinois a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in d cordance with a Call by the Director of the Departme.t., the Department of Financial Istitutions and by the Fe" Reserve Bank of this District. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of colle .................................. $ 2. United States. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed .................................................. 3. Obligations of States & political subdivt. SiOl ................................................................. ' 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures (including $4,993.75 securities of Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by U.) ................ 5. Corporate stock (including $2,550.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) .................................... 6. Loans and discounts (including subdivisions 7. Bank premises owned $1.00; furniture & fix- tures $1.00 ......................................................... (Bank premises owned are subject to None liens not assumed by hank.) 12. TOTAL ASSETS ................................................... LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partner- ships and corporations ........................................ 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ................................................. 15. Deposits of United States Government (in- cluding postal savings) .............. z ...................... 16. Deposits of States & polititieal subdivisions 19. TOTAL DEPOSrl .................... $1,007,815.90 (c) Total demand deposits ........ $ 823,6007 (b) Total time deposits ............ $ 184215.65 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES .................................. cPrrAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital * ................................................................. $ 26. Surplus 27. Undivided profits ............................................... 28. Reserves (and retirement account for pre- ferred capital) ........................................................ 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......................... $ 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL AC- COUNTS ........................................................... MFJIORDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes ........................................ 32. (a) Loans as shown above are after de- ductlon of reserves of. ..................................... I, G. E. Voile, President of the above-named bank, certify that the above statement is true to the best knowledge and belief. G. E. Voile, CorrestAttest: Anna M. Voile ' E.M. Culp G. A. Voile, Directors. (SEAL) State of Illinois, County of Logan, s Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day 1961. Dale 1 Notary den wh, I her Ant Ma, i rP,