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Y A 14.-TIMES.NEWS (bit. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1971 ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR 197t (Continued from page 13) Thomas D. Chandler, S Lt 6 & all 7 360-3190-3550 Block 3 Ernest E. & Lois K. Byrne, Lts 1,2 480-2000-2480 Eugene A.Aughenbaugh, et al, Lts. 3, 4 480-3450-3930 Virgil Matheny, Lts 5, 6, 7 720.4590.5310 Block 4 Wilbur John Maus, E Lts 1, 2 3 390.2940-3330 Bertha Maus, W Lts 1, 2, 3 & aid Lts 4, 5 870-4590-5460 Leslie C. Chapman, Lts 6, 7 440-2260-2700 Schaffenacker's 2nd Add'n. Block 1 Ma L. Kretzinger, Lts 1,2, 3 720-5380-6100 Russell McDonnough, Lts 4, 5, 6 720.8640-9360 Block 2 Erich H. Hein, Lts 1, 2 480.3130.3610 Win. A. Rentmeister, Lts 3, 4 480-3290-3770 Robert Wurth. Lts 5, 6, 7 720.7580.8300 Block 3 Walter J. & Debra I. Maus, Lts 1,2 480.5580.6060 Marvin Board, Lt 3 & N 4 360-3800-4160 Joseph H. Hunter, S Lt 4 & all 5 360-3460-3820 Edward Morris, Lts 6, 7 480-2890-3370 Block 4 W. E. William Baker, Lt 1 240-1130-1370 Same, Lts 2, 3 480 Oliver P. Cormolley, Lts 4, 5 480.2040-2520 Elsie Garhardt, Lts 6, 7 440 Schaffenacker's & Feuerbacker's Add'n. Block 1 Hilma Dierker, Lt 1 & hr 2 360-5890-6250 Leonora C. Ebel, S Lt 2 & all Its 3, 4 600 Same, Lts 5, 6 480.3250-3730 Block 2 Blanche Board, Lt 1 240-1640-1880 Dallas L. Knoy, Lts 2, 3 480 Glenn F. & Bette Beaver, Lts 4, 5 480-1510"-I990 Richard L. Clampet, Lts 6, 7 480-2240-2720 Block 3 Robert F. Brickey, Lts 1,2 480-3890-4370 Edwin Johansen, Lts 3, 4 480-2350.2830 Lewis E. McVicker, Lts 5, 6,7 720-2230-2950 Block 4 Harold K. & Treba E. Arm- strong, Lts l, 2, 3, 4, 5 1200-4720-5920 Frances McVicker, W Lts 6, 7 290-90.380 NON-CARRIER REAL ESTATE Farmers Grain Co., Improve- merits only on Illinois Central Railroad lZt SE 34-19-1 183380 Richard Reeser Grain Co., Im- provements only on Illinois Central Railroad pt SE 34-19-1 964O AETNA TOWNSHIP PERSONAL PROPERTY In Whose Assessed Name Listed Valuation School Dist. l0 High School Dist. 28 Mt. Pulaski Rural Fire Pro. Dist. Chestnut Street Light Dist. Bank of Chestnut 2400 Continental Oil Co. 800 Farmers Grain Co. 11750 Kaiser Chemical Co. 8450 New York Underwriters Ins. Co 3O School Dist. lO High School Dist. 28 Mt. Pulaski Rural Fire Pro. Dist. Central Ill. Light Co. 5030 Commonwealth Edison Co. 11060 Illinois Bell Tele. Co. 70 Mt. Pulaski Tele. & Elec. Co. 540 School Dist. l0 High School Dist. 28 Mt. Pulaski Rural Fire Pro. Dist. Chestnut Street Light Dist. Central !11. Light Co. 3020 Commonwealth Edison Co. 1770 Illinois Bell Tale. Co. 5020 Mt. Pulaski Tele. & Elec. Co. 4140 School Dist. 10 High School Dist. 405 Mt. Pulaski Rural Fire Pro. Dist. Central IlL Light Co. 3620 Commonwealth Edison Co. 39570 General Tele. Co. of m. 20 Mt. Pulaski Tele. & Elec. Co. 940 In Whose Assessed Name Listed Val. Dol. School Dist. 10 High School Dist. 405 Lincoln Rural Fire Pro. Dist. Central Ill. Light Co. 850 Commonwealth Edison Co. 22190 School Dist. Unit 15 Mt. Pulaski Rural Fire Pro. Dist. General Tele. Co. of Ill. 20 School Dist. 17 High School Dist. 405 Lincoln Rural Fire Pro. Dist. Central I!1. Light Co. 11170 Commonwealth Edison Co. 3620 Deer Creek Tele. Co. 4960 General Tele. Co. of i11. 340 Illinois Power Co. 24910 Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Co. 4620 Texaco-Cities Service Pipe Line Co. 6500 RUWE WEDDING (Continued from page 3) Japbet orchid with baby's breath. Mrs. John Hassebrock, Mt. Pulaski, Mrs. Fred Ruwe, Mrg Grace Groff and Mrs. Edwin R. Goebel, Lincoln, grandmothers of the couple were all remem- bered with corsages of pastel daisies. The bride also presented her grandfather, John Hass brock, St., with a white daisy boutounier. The reception immediately followed the ceremony at the Christian Education building of Zion Lutheran. The bride's table was laid in a whiteskirt of Ciaco cloth, and overskirt of the sme fabric was draped and caught with orchid bows at the center and each comer. The four tiered wedding cake was topped with an arrangement of white daisies, purple corn flow- ers, baby's breath, and gypsoph- lia. The base of the wedding cake was two heart shaped cakes bearing the names of "Steve" and"Carol", all being surround- ed with greenery and the same flowers. Crystal columns sep- arated, the lawyers of the cake and tiny white doves and flow- ers topped each layer. Pastel lavender icing formed the hearts trimming the cakes, each sep- arated with ltly of the valley and green leaves. Tall crystal candle holders trimmed with lily of the valley flanked the cake, holding white tapers. The couple cut the cake with the knife presented to them as a gift from the flower girl and ringbearer with their names and wedding date engraved. The table for the bridal party had a white linen cloth, crystal candle holders, and greenery, where all the bouquets were centered. Assisting at the bride's table was Mrs. Kenneth Veal, Mr David Nicholay, Champaign; Miss Jane Kleinschmidt, Lin- coln; and Miss Jean Samuels, Chicago. Miss Marian Stoll, Cham- paign, and Mrs. John Aper, Hartsburg, assisted at the gift table. Mrs. Robert Goebel, Owens- bore, Kentucky, sister-in-law of the groom, registered guests. For a wedding trip to New Odeans and the Gulf, Mrs. Goebel wore a lime green sleeve- less A-line dress and her orchid from her bridal bouquet. On returning they will reside north of Lincoln for the remainder of the summer. The bride graduated from Beason High School and in June received her Bachelor of Science Degreein Education from N.LU. at DeKalb, where she was a 15. 17. 18. 21. 22. 2*]. 28. 30. 33. 38. 39. 41. CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION tlank nf OIl00eetmtt of Chestnut and Subsidiaries at the close of business on June 30, 1971. Published in Response to Call of the Commissioner of Banks and Trust Companies of the State of IRinots. ASSETS I. Cash and due from banks (including $ None unposted debits) $ 240,769.28 2. US. Tteas securities 629,694.95 3. Secuflties of other U.$. Government agencies and corporations 284,30&87 4. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 104,630.81 7. Federal funds sold and securities puhased under agreements to resell 300,000.00 8. Other loans (including $ 626.01 overdrafts) 1,172,408.57 9. Bank premiw.s, fm-Mture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 88,173.29 14. TOTAL ASSETS 2,819,985.77 LIABILITIES Demand deposit, of individu partnerships, and cogporations 859,623.25 16. Time and tavtnBs deposits of individuals, partnenhtps, and coqmrations 1,285,754.70 Deposits of United States Government 11,115.53 Deposits of Stains and political subdivisions 391,335.25 Certified and officers, checks, etc. 2,819.51 TOTAL DEPOSITS $ 2,550,648.24 (a) Total demand deposits $ 1,068,041.10 Co) Total time and savings deports $1,487.,607,14 Other liabilities 23,709.04 TOTAL L/ABIH'HES 2,574,357.28 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Resin-co for bed debt Imses on loans (set up pursuant to Intenud Revenue Service rulings) 19,874.58 TOTAL RFERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES. 19,874.5.8 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 35. Equity capital, total (items 36 to 40 below) 225,753.91 37. Common stock-total pat value (No. shares authorized 800) (No. shas outstaaIng 800) 80,000.00 Surplus IO0,O00.O0 Undivided Ifits 45,753.91 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (items 34 and 35 above) 225,753.91 42. TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (items 28, 29, 33, and 41 above) 2,819,985.77 I, Cford Leimlmch, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that this report of condition is e and concoct to the best of my knowledge and belief. Conect-Attest: Clifford Lei bach, CagG'- John W. Drake Michael Drake Directon DaneZl Lehnbach State of illinois, County of Logan, m: Sworn to and mbscatbed befcee me this 9th day ot July, 1971. y,d, S.t. Not rb ...... uommimiom expn August m, lYlL, member of Alpha Delta Pi social sorority. She will work at the Illinois Supreme Court tls Iglmmer. The bridegroom is a gradu- ate of Lincoln High School, having served two years in the Army. He is a senior at SJ.U., Carbondale, where the couple will move in September. He is presently employed with Given and Wyles Construction Com- pany in Lincoln. Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Goe- bel hosted the rehearsal dinner Friday evening at Guzzardo's Rose Room. A lawn party was at the Ruwe farm after the reception for relatives, close friends, and the young people who came a long distance so they could visit before returning to their homes. GREGORY ALAN I, and LAURA MICHAELE, 3, are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Taylor of Decatur. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Victor Stoll, Mt. Pulaski and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Taylor of Decatur. Another friend 0 happen to have two) was telling me that he was afraid of what would happen everytime his wife drove the car. "She doesn't know anything a- bout automobiles," he said. "Why she asked me the other day ff you cooled the engine by stripping the gears." Army Private Stephen W. Shehom, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Shehom, Rome 1, Mount Pulaski, ill., recently completed eight weeks of basic training at .the U. S. Army Training Center, Infantry, Ft. Lewis, Wash. He received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, combat tactics, military courtesy, military jus- tice, first aid, and army history and traditions. Navy Seaman David J. Larson, son and Mrs. John E. Route 1, Lincoln, graduated from recruit at the Naval San Diego. He is a 1970 Lincoln Community School. Navy Seaman PhilipJ mend, son of Mr. James L. Richmond Woodlawn Road, is now deployed to Pacific aboard the craft carrier, USS duty with the U. S. Fleet. Gulf Station Under New DEAN'S GULF Tuneups - Minor Repairs Wheel Balancing Mufflers & Tail Pipes Minor Brake Service Complete Lubrication Tires. Batteries & Accessories Ice, Crushed. Cube. Block WE AIM TO PLEASE YOU OPEN DAILY 7:00 A.M. TO 900: DEAN M, Dealer Dial. 792. 5640 RES. Dial 792 - RI. 121 Mr. 3 0 % O F F-- SHOE SALE --- 3 0 % 0 1-LB. OF BACON WITH EACH OF S H 0 E S-GOOD UNTIL JULY i At MR. CHARLES COUNTRY SHOE STORE Located II. 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