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Let's Go Bowling ! j: SUMMER LEAGUE Hilltop Mixed Doubles The Alley Oops team won first in the Friday night Hill- Mixed Doubles Summer Lea- completed play last night, July 14. Oops Doubtfuls O'Ruckers Out Laws e Dubs Enders " Better Co. Whachers Goofers Uttle Potatoes W L 15 11 15 12 15 12 15 12 15 12 15 12 13 13 13 14 9 18 9 18 Ind. high game: Dean Tae 230, St. Pierre 184. high series: Tom Havener Charlotte St. Pierre 478. team game: Rots O'Ruckers High team series: Rots O'Ruck- 2039. . Utfle League 12--Cubs 14; White Sox 13 Winning pitcher, Stuckel; los. pitcher Hagenbuch. Home Steinfort. July 12; Braves 11 g pitcher Stauffer; los- pitcher, Zimmermann. Home Stauffer and K. Davis. y 17--White Sox 11; Cards 101 Winning pitcher, Hagenbuch; pitcher G. Jackson. Home G. Jackson. Standings W L 5 2 White Sox 4 2 Indians 3 2 4 2 Braves 2 +4 1 5 COMMUNITY Dm, Otis G. Howe, Sr. (July 13th xte) and Mrs. Calvin McCabe son and Mrs. Lucillle Swisher ,+ stopped on their way ) St. Marie, Ill. and took Sonda with them to visit Mrs. son and family, Mr. Mrs. Robt. Swisher, Jr. Danny and Terry Howe of War- visited with their grand- Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Howe, Mrs. Ralph Buckles, Otis and John Waddell, and Carey of Lincoln, were of the Mt. Pulaski Home Susan Buckles and An- Sheehan modeled dresses had made for a 4-H project. girls in 4-H also modeled dresses. Mrs. Marflyn Wil- ls their instructress. and Mrs. Tom Binns of Ohio, made a surprise with the Otis G. Howe's, Sr. evening and Sunday. Binns is safety director for the Rubber Co. in Bar- rton. He is a brother of Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. John Kiick and Linda Rentmeister ! Versailles, visited in the home and Mrs. Lewis Smith and at Moweaqua. Linda daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rentmelster. Forrest Cox, Mrs. Hugh Kerry and Kathy, of De- and Otis G. Howe, Jr. were of the O. G. Howe's Frieda Hubble of Merom, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hubble of Summitville, and family, were guests of Albert Reiterman's. and Mrs. Albert Reiterman' .* in Merom, Ind. to attend the College Homecoming. On home they visited with in Oblong on Monday. 1' Kenneth Behrens sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph are on a fishing trip to Minn. T Hampton of Houston, Texas his twin brother Jay of Beach, S.C., drove to La- to get Ray's son Kent and back to DeWitt, Ark to at- a reunion, and will leave for for three, years. He is a Jet pilot, Ms. Ray Hampton and son Kent, will visit with Mrs. Hamp- ton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Scheetz. She is the former Marilyn Sheet Mr. and Mrs. Francis Toma- michael and daughters of Beech Grove, Ind. visited Sunday and Monday with the O. G. Howe's Sr. Mrs. Tomamichael is the granddaughter of Mrs. Howe and the three little girls, Debbie, Pare. ela and Rhonda, are her great- granddaughters. FOLKS URGED TO KEEP DRESSED-UP Since our Sil-Tennial celebra- tion will soon be underway, men, women and children are urged to wear their Sil-Tennial attire every day, starting Saturday, in- cluding Sunday when residents attend the church of their choice. The churches invite visitors and former residents to attend. There will be basket dinners at the Methodist, Christian, and Zion Lutheran churches at noon. Mem- bers are to bring enough for their families and extra for guests i present. The St. John's Luther- :an Church is holding a Coffee, Hour after their services. Relicifis Most of the numerous relics' which will not only be displayed in local business windows, but in the antique show, have a story back of them that is real interest- ing. For instance, the mounted dis- play of two bantams and a rab- bit in the window of the Downing Insurance Agency. There is a fascinating story connected with this: A number of years ago the late J. H. Clbndenen, well-known in this community, either stuffed or had stuffed, these three speci- mens and presented them to the school. When the old high school burned down, he offered George Snyder $10 to dash into the build. ing and save them. George did. Mr. Clendenen got the bantams from Hazel Burris" who was five years old at the time. Percy Kep- net, a neighbor of Mr. Clendenen, tells this story. Gene Downing says he will be glad to have you bring in out- standing relics for display. Jabez Capps Barracks To Jdtend Vespers As a special Sil-Tennial recog- nition, Jabez.Capps Barracks No. 2260, will gather at his grave in Mount Pulaski Cemetery, Sunday, July 23, at 5 p.m., to pay him hon- or as being one of the principal founders of the city, coming here from Springfield in 1836. All Bar- rack members, the American Le- gion, and everyone are invited to be there. At 4:30 p.m. there will be Ves- per services at the foot of Memorial Hill in the south part of the cemetery. The peaker will be Dr. Victor Obenhaus, Chicago Theological Seminary. ALL YOUTH OF 18 YEARS TO REGISTER A youth who fails to register with Selective Service on reach- ing age 18 is liable to be declar- ed delinquent and rdered for im- mediate induction into the Armed Forces. This warning was issued today by Willard A. Manning, State Director of Selective Servie for be held at 8 aa. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Cor. Jefferson and Vine Clifford D. Smith, Minister Sunday School at 9 a.m. Win Allsopp, Supt. Worship Service at 10 a.rn. Sermon by the minister, "Learning to Love God, Our- selves, and Our Neighbor". Special mhsic, vocal solo by Mrs. Harry Widmer. Illinois. Potluck dinner at the church at Federal Law requires all male noon" Everyone is invited. We citizens to register within five will have food for out-of-town days after their 18th visitors who may be present. Aliens must register within Vesper Service at the cemetery months after entering the United at 4:30 p.m. Dr. Victor Obenhaus States. of Chicago will speak. A man should register at the Chicken Dinner for the public, local board in the area of his per- served by the Methadist Men at manent residence. If away from the church, Saturday evening, home he may register at any con- July 29. Tickets $1.50 and 75c. venient board and his registra- tion will then be assigned to his CHRISTIAN CHURCH home board. Paul P. Burdic Minister 9:30 a.m. Bible School CARD OF THANKS 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship We thank our friends, neigh- Sermon: "The Great Homecom- bors and relatives for cards, ing!" phone calls, words of sympathy Annmmcemats and other kindnesses at the time Sunday, July 23, is Homeeom- of the sudden death of our loved ing Sunday, and everyone who one, Mrs. Mettle Forbes. will is asked to wear their Sil- Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rothwell Tennial costume to Church. Our morning service will be C H U R C H E S followed with a Basket Dinner for all members and friends. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Our usual evening services will Church of the Lutheran Hour be cancelled for this week because Rev. Martin RoU ph_ SW2-$96S of Sil-Tennial .Sunday services. Fri., 7 p.m. Sunday School The Community Sil-Tenniel Me- Teachers morial Services will be held at Sun., 9 a.m. Sunday School for the cemetery at 4:30 p.m. this l all ages. Sunday with Dr. Victor Obenhaus 10 a.m. Sil-Tennial Homecom- as the speaker. ing Service 12 Noon Congregational Din- ner. Visitors are invited. 4:30 p.m. Sil-Tennial Civic Memorial Service Thurs., 5 p.m. Congregationa serving supper to public. THE METHODIST CHURCH Chestnut Rev. Roy W. Trueblood, Pastor 9:00 a.m. Sunday School I0:00 axn. Morning Worship Ser- vice. LATHAM BAPTIST C[URCH Louis E. Kraft Pmrtm 9:30 an. Bible School 10:30 azn. Wrship Service 7:30 p.m. Evbming Worship A cordial invitation to all! LATHAM METHODIST Pcml Du Boi lstor Mrs. Ed Culp, S.S. Supt. Morning Worship--9:30 azn. Sunday School--10:30 a.m. COPELAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH 9:30 a.m.--Bible School 10:30 a.m.--Church Services 7:15 pJn.--Chrlstian Endeavor 8:00 p.m.---Church Services ZION LUTHERAN CURCH (Chestnut) Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. D. E. ]mber, Ph. FI-5911 9:30axn. Sunday School and Bible Classes 10:30 a.m. Worship Service You are invited to worship with us. SL THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH R. Edwerd M. Xrewer. Pastor Mas son Sunday, July 23, will NOTICE! WE ARE NOW DEALERS ' FOR MOWING MACHINE GUARDS LEDGER fl.ATES and SECTIONS DUE TO E. H. KIRBY GOING.OUT-F-BUS]NESS Mt. Pulaski Farmers Grain & Elevator HARDWARE STORE South Street ILL. 4 We will not ing on because of Sil The young people of ch will atend the Logan Christian Youth meeting Broadwell Christian Monday night, July 24, st. Iom's LUTHERAN na O. Zums Sunday School--9:30 .m. Worship Service---10: 30 |la'I'$1$: Miss Bonnie Prather wm, t# "He Shall Be Like A Tree " Bowling. , "will e: i The Pastors Sermon i"Our Spiritual Relationship "'+ Christ." A coffee hour for all _.. 4 and Sil-Tennial guests a, i tors will be held in tho. " parlors immediately loll ..... i" morning service. We cor rite all former members  I itors who may be on ha ll the Sil-Tennial observanO members who care to do l invited to wear their Sil'l$e costumes for the service ' coffee hour. (. Memorial Services at the tery at 4:30 p.m. _ The Reverend DoCt (1" Obenhaus, Professor of Td_ ch in Agriculture and, rh Life at the Chicago "lTd. . Seminary, will speak .t rjl" jec.t, "Holding To Spiri uei "is hoped that all , will avail themselves o. . portunity for worship and.- ship afforded by these " nial services and eventr  A cordial invitation is'- ed to all. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Chmer No. 3859 Dish-let No. 7 Report of Condition of FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF Mr. PULASE., IU.IHOIS in the State of Illinois, at thehe close of business on J 30, 1961, published in response to call made by comptrO, of the Currency under section 5211, U. S. Revised StatuteS- 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process 405, "$v,, of collection_ ....................................... $ 2. United States Govermnent obligation& dtr- 753,1e. ect and gumnteed ........................................ 3. Obligations of States and political sub. 4TI,,I divisions ................................................... 4. Other bond& notes and debentures (includ- ing $65,000 securities of Federal agencies and 131, '00,r corporations not guaranteed by U.) .............. 5. Corporate stock& including $6,000.00 &,,.ndu stock of Federal Reserve Bank. .............. 6. Loans and discounts (including $1,858:31 ..,$ overdrafts) ............................................... 12 7. Bank premises owned $1,000.00; furniture 5/J$:_ and fixtures $4,465.00 ............................................. (Bank premises owned are subject to None liens not assumed by this bank) ..{ 8. Real estate owned other than bank premises '00 11. Other assets ....................................................... . 12. TOTAL ASSETS ................... : ................................. $3, 13. Demand deposits ,of individuals, partner. ,61LI ships, and corporations._ ................................... $1,139 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships 1,07,_ and corporations. ............................................. 15. Deposits of United States Government (in- ,^r__ eluding postal savings) .................................... 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 18. Other deposits (certified and cashier's 00 checks, etc.) ............................................ 19. TOTAL DEPOSr ............... $2,531,873.47 21. Rediscounts and other liabilities for borrowed 7, 0_ money ................................................................... (a) Total demand deposits $1,402,301.74 (b) Total time and sav- ings deposits .................................. $1,129,571.73 + 24. TOTAL LIABILrI2ES .......................................... CAIrAL ACCOUNYS 1,000 25. Capital Stock .................................................... $ (a) Common Stock, total par, $100,000.00. _, 26. Surplus $ 27. Undivided Proflta ......................................... 28. Reserves (and retirement account for pre- d0 v ferred stock) ................................... '*'- ' 29, TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......................... -$ 42q" TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPIT-AL $& 30. ACCOUNTS ....................................................... *RJUDA 31. Assets pledged or mmignodtocureliabll- ities and for other purposes .............................  I, Donald S. Copeland, Cashier of the above  bank, do solemnly swear that the above statemem 't the best of my knowledge and belief. Donald S. We, the unndersigned directors attest the this report of condition and declare that it haS ined by us and to the best of our knowledge and and correct. W. Lucas Norman Schahl .D. Directm