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b/ JATTIf i[11000 12. Mn. Mildred Ru- four days vacation tad tin. Arthur Muns 111. visited the Rau's Saturday p.m. teacher in War- 'naie (Connie) Bis- ran, Todd, of Nor- visiting the Del- weeks while a in National Guard WnL Raus and Mr. and Clark, left Friday to see the the David Rau's. remained for a longer Came Wednesday to that Mrs. B. C. Saybrook is in Gib- onununity Hospital hip. Was in a .'ity July I, feLl met Thursday with Eight members Pests present. V. leamn in absence who is on a ith Helen Rau leader. Swanson children spent a week with grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Emery. Earl Fenton, milk man and brother-in-law were to leave Saturday for Tenn. to bring former's wife home, and were to see places of interest. S. S. attendance 25. "Our Jim" is the speaker each Sun- day. Former Pastor Jim Coon- fad's home is Woodstock, not Crystal Lake. Attend service while you can. It's later than you think. The Emrick family reunion was held Sunday at , .f Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Emnck wRh 35 present. From a distance came Mr. and Mrs. Leon Clau- sen of McNabb, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Emrick and her nephew of Chicago, Lake Forrest. Old- est person was Uncle lead Em- rick of Decatur, youngest, Tim- othy, son of Mr. and, Mrs. Lyndel Emrick of Mt. Pulaski. A reader called one day to ask what is a buck bat? Oh, was a BRICK BAT! Wedding bells are ringing again! A miscellaneous shower is planned for Kathy Behrens (fiancee of Mark Miller) for Sat- urday, July 17, at 7:30 p.m. in Harmony Church. (Hope no water in basement, was Sun- day .) More hot days in 80's and 90's. Cooler Thursday p.m. about 6 when storm cloud went around N. and S. At 12:25 ----cRVE DISTRICT NO. 7 STATE NO. 70-722 CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION The Farmers Bank County, lllin 62548 And Foreign and at the close of bulness June 30, 1971, a state organized and operating under the banking laws of a member of the Federal Rese,e System. Published in call made by the State Banking Authorities and by his District. ASSETS C4sh and due from banks (including $ r. T- ted debits) rtuary secmits n., of st=t= ,,d poUti O."an'mmm - .seadties (including $12,000.00 " Inemhes, fumitu and fixtures, a other asse t-pnncntin bank AL,ss s 5,3o,ooo.o5 LIABILITIES idtSonsf individuals, partnerthiPS, .re.rings depmRs of individuals, 1,390,849.82 ! and corporations 2,523,114.18 _. of United States Government 36,843.91 of States and- political mbdivisiom 520,916. 35 d of co lml 7,506.50 and officers" checks, etc. 520.00 "rSL DEPOSITS $ 4,479,750.76 L tel demand depote $ 1,761,086.58  and sngs $2,718,664.18 hAt" UAmLmES s 3,36 ].05 4,483,111.81 "Le'FJtVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES (! for bad debt losxs on loans ura, .=__ --  purmamt to IRS rulhq) $ 55,493.52 "VES ON LOANS AND vTIES $ 55,493.52 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS cJ, tot (ram of 36 4(} below) 591,394.72 n ''n stOCk-total par value  mues authorized I,OO0) Ilam= oaUrdiag I,OOO) IOO,OOO.OO - 300,000.00 veoProflts 91,394.72 m,.. ct and other capital IOO,OOO.OO '  CAI'ITAL ACCOUNTS (sum of Items lv,.. tad 35 above) 591,394.72 "OLIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL   (ram of Items 28, 29, 33 & 41 ). 5,130,OO0.05 $ 622,403.83 1,609,494.38 780,418.01 12,000.00 2,105,681.83 MEMORANDA ca of total deposits for the 15 k--mar deYs e wi call data 4,392,388.11  oftota Ioaas fo the 15 cakndat n  with call date S 2,098,668.39 Pleddent, of the above-named bank do hereby y knowted a.m. Friday, rain and some haft. D. Southerns had some trees downed by the wind. Power off at 10 till 12. Saturday a.m., got so dark, than a real rain 9:30 most all day. Power off 7 to 8 a.m. Cloudy Sunday a.m. Now IAn- coin says mites in the corn, what next? Raspberry crop yielded 30 gallons this year. Much less then few years ago. 62 Monday, cool a.m. NOTICE BOTTLE CLEAN-UP The Wahher League of the Zion Lutheran Church is help- ing the anti-bottle project in Lincoln and wo,fld like your help. If you bring bottles, please make sure they are clean and the caps are off. You may take them to 106 South Spring St. or Pat Lewis' house on West Jefferson St. (7-22) NOTE OF THANKS Words cannot express our thanks and gratitude to our children and friends for their help, kindness, cards, letters and gifts while I was a Fatient in Washington Hospital, Ta- coma Park, Md., and since re- turning home. Thank you all. (p) Hilda Hayes. DR. LDREN GUFFEY, a faculty member of State College of Arkansas in Conway, Arkansas, since 1965, has been appointed chairman of the Department of Economics at SCA, Dr. Sflas D. Snow, president of the col- lege, has announced. Dr. Guffey taught at Drury College in Springfield, Mo., in 1964-65 and was an instructor in economics at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville from 1962 to 1964. He was a U. of A. graduate assistant in 1961-62. He was born in Mt. Pulaski, Illinois and is a 1954 graduate of Mount Pulaski Township High School. He has a bachelor of science degree from the Uni- versity of Arkansas. All of the TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, I11.) THURSDAY, JULY 15,1971 --q degrees are in economics. Dr. Guffey, is an Air Force veteran. He is married to the form- er Virginia Tuttle of Kalvesta, Kansas. They have two sons, Mark, 4, and Craig, 18 months, and a daughter, Dedra DiAnn, 2/ weeks. Dr. Guffey is the son of Mrs. Mary Guffey of Mount Pulaski. BOAPD OF EDUCATION WILL MEET TUESDAY Mt. Pulaski Grade School will hold its Board meeting next Tuesday, July 20, 1971 at 8 3.m. LITTLE LEAGUE SCltI'DULE July 15 - ('ardirmls vs. ('ub July 16 - Yankees vs. Orioles July Iq - Cubs vs. Giants July 20 - Tigers vs. Cardinals July 21 - Yankees vs. Cubs July 22 - Giants vs. Tigers July 23 - Orioles vs. Cardinals Game time is 6:15 p.m. at the diamond behind the High School. 0 0 0 0 0 0 OHANNEL OATFISH Now Served On WEDNESDAY And FRIDAY Live Music Featuring Tiny And Dick On Organ And Drums SERVING STARTS AT 5.-00 P: M. WINTER'S OAFE PH. 67: 3511 VtN S BU'RG, ILL. your dollars' purchasing power with ultlo g il ____. Miracle I, rlces!.. tim Loaf -- 71 U.S.DL CHOICE CENTER CUT Chuck Roast U.S.D.A.CHOI LEAN U.S.D.A. CHOICE CENTER CUT FRESH, LEAN U.S.D.A. CHOICE ROUND BONE Chuck Pot Steak Roast [o,oA0000o 891"- 851 Slet lb. P[ _ossl liP! BOOTH'S 59 _. - - _ -- 17 Peaches Chi00'o0000. eats 29 LEMON CLOUD Cake Po00oes $1.39 Bread ot,o0000 4 COVERL.F Nemrms oils 6 pock DUTCHY KRUST Potato Chips GEORGE'S FOODS DAYS- 8.-00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. SUNDAYS -- 9.'00 A.M. to 1..oo PJd. MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS