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Ifdb-SIL-TEIOHAL EDITIOM(New Mt Puli IlL) JULY 13, 1961 Let's Go Bowling ! SUMMER LEAGUE (Friday Night) Hilltop Mixed Doubles W L Doubtfu00 14 i Enders 14 lb Oops 13 10 Out Laws 13 11 Rots O'Ruckers 13 11 ':The Dubs 13 11 Better Co. 12 11 Whackers 12 12 8 16 Potatoes 7 17 d High Game: Tom Haven- /: 226; Frances McCubbin, 177. d. High Seres: Tom Havener Frances McCubbin 484. : High Team Game: South End- 678. Team Series: South End- 1951. Liftle League July 10th AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Kerwood Wale Weant of Saybrook was a caller here Wednesday. Judy Sue Cross and Beverly Riley are on a trip thru the East. were at Cape Cod, drove around Pres. Kennedy's home, saw the high wall at least. Mrs. Esther Brown of Ridge- farm spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Heft. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson visited the Henry Stolz's in Mun- tie, Ind., recently. Word from Mrs. Cleve Adkins of Decatur. Mr. is ill and in DMC hospital and underwent surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heft were in Bloomington, Wednesday P.M., to attend a play "Marriage Goes Round" at Wesleyan. Patricia had the leading roll and did it well. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cross ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Homer Randolph to Peoria Wednesday to spend the evening. Judy Little of Vandalia has t been visiting her grandparents[ Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson. J Marsha Anderson of Latham I spent over Thursday night with[ Judy. I V. G. Hetzler of Sulphur, Okla. I A bridal shower was given on Monday evening in church base- ment for Sandra Emery Swanson of Urbana. 47 attended. She re- ceived many lovely gifts. A quar- tet sang two songs. Lemonade and cookies, nuts and mints, were served. Communion service was held Sunday. A special by girls trio with Mrs. Ruberg at piano. WSWS meets Thursday with Mrs. Bill Rau. Those nice, big, tame, white pigeons, walked a- round yards and mad like chick- ens. Feared a car might hit them, so, alas, Saturday a combine ran into them killing several. They had 15. A good attendance at quarterly conference Wednesday night. 8 came from Center Chapel. Two beautiful bouquets were brought to the church from C. Rau funeral. Combining wheat started Fri- day. Was testing 13 and 13. Corn and beans growing, though do need a good rain. Some corn was waist high by the Fourth. i Real cool Saturday and Sunday] A.M. Heat felt good. Winds cool - sun bums . . 4 Helen Hexserman, of Lincoln spent Sunday with the William i Hefts. 15; Indians, 4 who has been in Kntucky a few i Word of the death of Howard Wlnning. pitcher,. G. Jaclllon; weeks, came Saturday for a few ]Gray, of Maroa, was a shock. He losing pirner, ,. Jowms. home days at Beason and Kennev ]collapsed on a street in Decatur, run, G Jackson. A number from here at(ended[Wednesday A.M., just after he Standings with many others, funeral services and wife were leaving a parking " W L for Clifford Rau, in Decatur Wed- lot, and was pronounced dead at , [WIlite Sox 3 1]nesday. The Lord's Prayer was [St. Mary s hospital. He was 72.  L. ans 3 2[sung by a young man. Officiat- Leaves wife, a son John of Win-  _uo  z[ ing was Rev. Hazel Erisman of[ston-Salem, N.C.; 2 sisters, Essa : :Cards 4 3 ! the Unity Church of which Cliff ! Gray of Maroa; Mrs. Rena Fazel, ves 2 3 ] was a member. Burial was in the J who will reside in Maroa). The : 'Yankees . 0 51Maroa Cemetery. I funeral services were delayed till :i.    [ Mrs. Jas. Fink of Center Chao-]Sunday afternoon, awaiting the |:i =jP[TA L JJ: [el came Saturday to pick rasp-[sisters arrival from California, i::  ,v-., '-  berries at H.A.K.'s. Had a nice[where they spent, several weeks, "to sell Mrs. Fazel s house. Harold Conaway was taken in visit, too! Sehahl ambulance, Monday, St Francis Hospital in Peoria examination and treat- He has been an invalid for years as the result of in- received when the auto he in was struck by an IC t.ran the city . Fred Froehlich, South La- was admitted to Memorial Springfield, the first of week, for medical care. Birks, North Marion St., in front of the West- Auto Store and sustained a i injury He was taken in the :ahl ambulance to ALM hos- in 00coin for X-rays and cal atention. B I R TH S and Mrs. Marshall Baugher Elkhart, are parents of a dau- tel born Friday, July 7, in the Lincoln. Ralph Yowell of near Illi- was rushed to ALM hos- at 8:30 pan. Tues- where at 9:10 p.m. she gave to a daughter. ANNUAL AYERS FAMILY SUNDAY, JULY 16th annual Ayers family re- union will be held on Sunday, 16, with a potluck dinner at at the Tomlinson Recreation cups and ice will be Please have all dates to complete the family (7-13) A who always Lg to worry about puts his mind to it. YOU CAN DEPEND ON US FOR AUTO REPAIRS Your car needs and deserves expert care to keep it performing, as it should, We give every job brought to us the same expert care, whether it's a complete overhaul, or something minor, such as patching a tire. HAYES GARAGE SW 2-5716 MOUNT PULASKI, ILL. ! I I Esteron 99- kills weeds that other I I weed killers find too hard to handle I .. yet costs as little as 25 an acre I I I It's not what a 2,4-D csts--but what it controls that counts. I More farmers buy and rely on Esteron 99*--for they find it's I too costly to experiment with leas-known branch. Tests show I it's extra eftective and easy to apply.., doesn't foam... I mixes easily in hard water, and sprays evenly. A single gallon I I covers many acre-an extra bushel an acre more than pad I the cost. Order your supply of America's leading brand of I weed killer today. I *2'r4u,u  23b Dow   j FLOYD BUCKLES l PHONE SW 2-5558 MOUNT PULASKI J ! ! !Clark's met them in St. Louis Sat- ! urday evening. Was 8 p.m. when arrived. Deceased also leaves two grandchildren. Services were held i at 3 o'clock in the Ruble Funeral Home at Maroa. Rev. A. H. Bar- bee of the Bible Church : : wonderful sermon. Burial .s .I Ridge Cemetery where h ents and grandparents rest--.ll: old Clark was one of the  bearers, t DO YOU HAVE A RETRACTABLE CORD ON YOUR TELEPHONE ? Why not have the convenience of one at very small cost. They are available in sever," different lengths / TELEPHONES IN COLOR . . . to match or contrast in your decorating sc hee" Available in 12 decorator colors. you, upon request, a descriptive fo.l. We will mail er showing the telephones in actual color. call our Business Office. Mount Pulaski Telephone Company OFFICIAL PURUCATIOll ' Report of Condition of BANK OF CHESTNUT .... of Chestnut in the State of Illinois at the close of b tt... on June 30, 1961. Published in response to Call of the l/l,- or of Financial Institutions ' of the State of Illinois." ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash items in pro- cess of collection ...................................  ............. $ 152,4 2. United States Government obligations, dl- { rect and guaranteed ......................................... 399, 3. Obligations of States and Political Sub- " lae't00 divisions .................................................................. 6. Loans and discounts (including (None) overdrafts) .............................................................. 426, 7. Bank premises owned $131.00; furniture and , 00ures .................................................... 8. Real Estate owned other than bank premiseXt 12. TOTAL ASSETS .................... i ................................. $ 9e'Y4 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partner _aa4.0t ships, and corporations ...................................... $ 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .................................................. 141__ 15. Deposits of United States Government (in-1:17 cluding postal savings) ....................... : .............. 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 2 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' , checks, etc.) .......................................................... 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS .................... $871,159.99 (a) Total demand deposits ........ $660,820.93 {b) Total time and sav- ings deposits ............................ $210,339.06 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES ( not including sub- 871,1[ ordinated obligations sho .................................. $ cAPrrAL ACCOUNTS _ tO0 25. Capital par value per share $100.00) ............ $ '0 26. Surplus ............................................................... ', 27. Undivided profits .............................................. 0{t 28. Reserves / 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......................... LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL 4 3O. TOTAL ACCOUNTS ........................................................... $ 995, MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure 3,{]6  liabilities and for other purposes .................... $ 11 32. (a) Loans as shown above are after de- 1  ductions of reserves of .......................................... ed  I, Clifford Leimbach, Cashier, of the above-name,,, do solemnly swear that the above statement is u-f t that it. fully and correctly represents the true sts -e t# several matters herein contained and set forth, to -" of my knowledge and belief ,fl" Correct--Attest: Clifford LeimbaCh, Michael Drake, Eugene Kretzinger Elmer Leimbach, Directors State of Illinois, County of Logan, as: of jelY" Sworn to and subscribed before me this 7th daY 1961. (SEAL) Theckla Stoll, My Commlssten expires