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PAGE Lanevlew Farms Had 3 2:% Winners At Iowa Fair Sunday afternoon, Oct. 7, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Brooks of Mystery Farm, Hope, Rhode Island, who are breeders of Milking Short- horn Cattle, were guests of the Laneview Farms, at the home of Mrs. Lula Stall, and Mr. and Mr Raymond Stall of Chest- lut, Mystery Farm, as well as Lane v|ew Farm exhibited Milking orn Cattle at the National )airy Cattle Congress at Water- oo,-Iowa during the week of ept. 26 to Oct. 6. Laneview [arms showed the Jr. Champion -emale, Laneview Dolly, as well as winning three other first place rbbons. Laneview Farm is exhibiting Milking Shorthorn cattle at the THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES . NEWS. MOUNT PULASKI, ILUHOIS MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER HELD IN LAKE FORK A miscellaneous shower was given in the grade school build- ing at Lake Fork last Friday evening, Oct. 5, honoring Mrs. William Awe, of Lincoln, a re- cent bride. The honoree was the former Miss Jeannette Gaffney of Lake Fork. Hostesses were: Mrs. Dale Fuiten, Lake Fork; Miss Betty Fuiten, Cornland; Mrs. Carl Pat- terson, Mount Pulaski and Mrs. Harold Fuiten, Lincoln. About 60 attended and the bride received many lovely gifts. The color scheme was yellow and green. Refreshments were serv- ed. '80 wa: hes Maurice Schwartz. family -o- Are Better Than Ever Let's Go To A Movie Tonightl given ony CITY WORKMEN TARRING PAVEMENT SEAMS International Dairy Exposition in Few citizens realize how much IIdianapolis, Ind., during the of a task it is to place hot tar Week of October 7- 14th. in the seams and cracks of 80 blocks of concrete pavement. WAR MOTHER'S ENJOY But, that is what city workmen CICKEN DINNER started doing last week with The last five members of the weather in their favor. This is Mount Pulaski Chapter of World a protective measure against the War Mother's No. I, including winter weather. T. L. Rothwell, Mrs. Henry 1. Kautz Sr., Mrs. James T. Ryan, SPECIAL SEQUENCES Mrs: Della Kinert and Mrs. Anna One of the longest and most Holmes, enjoyed a chicken din- spectacular disaster sequences in her at the Coffee Shop on Tues- film history appears in 20th day noon, Oct. 9th. Century.Fox's story of the South Guest were Mrs. J. M. Roth- Seas, "Bird of Paradise," filmed well, Mrs. Frank Turley, Mrs. in Technicolor, now playing at Grace Curtis, Mrs. Boyd Hahn, the Mount Pulaski Theater Sun- 1W.rs. John Stratton, Mrs. Dick!day and Monday, October 14-15. Mueller and Mrs. Robert S. Keck. Sunday matinee at 2 o'clock. $ P C IA L A total of 80 separate scene, of volcanic eruption, whirlwinds and a river that runs red moun to a suspensefu] climax as star Debra Paget sacrifices her life O F F E R bY jumping into the inferno to appease the island Gods. The scenes, requiring tons of dynamite, black powder and oil, ULL Y|AR'$ SUPPLY Oil were intereut with existing color  film of the 1942 eruption of Hawaii's Mauna Loa and the Paracutin cataclysm in Mexico. "Bird of Paradise" starsetaoin In addition to Miss Padget, "Bird of Paradise" stars Louis eouh for Jourdan and Jeff Chandler and features Everett Sloane and 7 qJLL CASE OF 60 PACKAGES Siper-Value Features! 19.lb. - | YEAR PROTECTION Now Available on all 1951 Thor Washers 0dy 11nr Spr Weshr gbes y.u an 4... 1. Xydro-sw wgshlng action  Saves up to & Controllable vmshlem time ATTENDED MEETING IN BLOOMINGTON OCTOBER 6 A large number attended the Illinois American Legion 28th annual Conference of Legion Officers in Bloomington Satur- day, October 6th. Edward J. Fetzer, living be- tween Chestnut and Kenney, Commander of the Chestnut- Beason Post No. 848, was in at- tendance. He was present at the Commanders' school in the morn- ing and a Model Post session in the afternoon. WORDS OF APPRECIATION We are back home folks, and want to express our heartfelt thanks to all the fine people, both friends and neighbors, who helped us following the June 27 tornado when our property was damaged so badly. We were able to move back into our home last week and want to again thank everyone. The William Follis, Jr. Family. HOSPITAL NEWS Dr. George S. Connelly return- ed home Saturday from St. John's hospital Springfield, after being a patient there for more than six weeks. Mrs. Albert F. Dillsaver return- ed home several days ago from St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln, aft- er a stay there as a medical pa- tient for more than a week. Mrs. Richard Hayes was admit- ted to St. Clara's hospital Sun- r day as a medical patient. ! Rev Edward M. Krewer, pas- tor of the St. Thomas Aquinas hospital underwent surgery on Saturday in the DePaul hospital in St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Albert J. St. Pierre was removed to the St. John's hos- pital in Springfield, Sunday in Schahl ambulance. George E. Kiick was taken in an ambulance Sunday afternoon, to the Decatur and Macon coun- ty hospital. Jeff Leonard was taken in the ambulance Tuesday morning, to St. Clara's hospital. Lincoln. Mrs. Henry Stolz of Latham C. F. Wagner " Sh0p REGULAR SAVING IS THE SURE WAY HERE'S a note worth taking again. "Regular saving is the sure way." Make a deposit each payday. No matter how small they are, before long you have accumulated enough to bring you the good things in life you really want. Why not start today, at our convenient office! FARMERS BANK Member Federal Deposit CorpocaUon was taken in the Schahl ambu- lance Tuesday afternoon to the St. Clara's hospital. RETURNED SATURDAY FROM EUROPEAN TRIP Fifteen members of the Julia Bock Miller tour to Europe, spon. sored by Mendel's Travel Serv- ice, returned to Decatur Saturday THURSDAY, after a wonderful trip of z than six weeks. Among group were Mrs. G. S. of Mount Pulaski and Day Lanham of report almost perfect during the tour. Countries visited land, France Germany, land and Italy. ..Announcement... DR. EDMUND J. McCARTHY OPTOMETRIST will have office hours Saturday nights from 7 to 10 P.M. at the office of Dr. E. H. Cox in MoI,.L ulaski. Call I8R for appointment" EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITT From where I sit... Marsh ( 4 Our Bank Says "Help Yourself" People around here need lots of small change these days- what with candy, gum, cigarette and soft drink machines.., pay phones... and those penny sales taxes. Used to put a strain on our bank. Changing money took up a lot of time. Then the Chief TeIler Happy Wilson, read about another bank using a "help yourself" change system. The directors de- cided to see if it Would work here. They set out some big shallow bowls full of nickels, dimes and pennies with a sign saying "MAKE YOUR OWN CHANGE." Works fine, too. At the end of the day totals are never more th couple of cents under--or the right amount. From where I sit, folks where are pretty much alike, though they may seem Farmers and city folks, cans and Democrats those whO' joy a glass of beer those who prefer something we all usually try to live trust others have in us. Copyright, 1951, United States OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Report of the Condition of STATE BANK OF LATHANI LATHAM, ILLINOIS trans:mitted in reslnse to call of the Auditor of Public ooun(s, pursuant to mw and showing COndition at the cloSe business on the 28th day of September, 1951. RESOURCES " 1. Cash and due from banks .................................. $ 292,489 3. U. S. Government obligations direct andlor full guaranteed ..... : ................................ 57.  4. Other bonds, stocl and securities .............. 5. Loans and discounts .......................................... 332,4.70 6. Overdrafts .............................................................. . 7. Banking house $1.00; Furniture and fix- tres $1.00 ............................................................ 00 ._____-.-_, Grand Total Resources ........................................ $1276,5  LIABILITIES 12. Capital Stock 14. Surplus ........................................................ $ zs. Un dlvideJ"ro"''i'e6""ZZ:-ZTZZ;:?? 16. Reserve accounts .................................................. 17. Demand deposits ................................................ 18. Time deposits ..................................................... 33 Total of deposits: (I) Secured by pledge of assets ................................ $ 3,0152.3 (2) Not secured by pledge of assets .............................. $1,164,482.22 (3) Total deposits ........... $1,167,497.45 25. Other Liabilities .................................................. Grand Total Liabilitles ....................................... Memorandum: Assets Pledged to Secure Liabilities: 26. Assets pledged: (a) U. S. Government obligations direct andlor fully guaranteed ................................ $ Total amount of assets pledged (excluding rediscounts) 27. Purpose and "o'un't"of"P'leci'g'e: ................... $ 50,000.00 (a) Against U. S. Government and Postal Savings deposits ............................................ $ 50,00(t00 Total amount of assets pledged (must agree with Item 26) ..................................................... $ 50,000.0 I, G. E. Volle. Cashier of the above named bank,.d sommmy swear mat the above statement is true to the of my knowledge and belief, and that the items and amouVi snown aove a gr with the items and amounts shown .e report maae zo the Auditor of Public Accounts. State m tttmOh% pursuant to law. G. E. VOLLE, Cashier" Correct Attest: E. M. Culp, Anna M. Voile. State of Illinois, County of Logan, as. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of oct 1951. (Seal) H.O. Elliott, Notary Public Slts in this Bank Insured under the of andas I, 1934.