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DROBISCH FRIDAY FUNERAL HOME weeks Times-Neews carried !item concerning the death of Laura D. Drobisch in San Calif., at 4 a.m. Tues- Oct. 3, aged 85 years, 11 and 27 days. was the daughter of Mr. Mrs. Morrow and was born 6, 1875 on a farm in Chest- along the north side Creek, over three miles of Mount Pulaski. She mar- George Drobisch May 26, in Mount Pulaski. They lo- on a farm about five miles of the city. Her hus- died March 22, 1939. She moved to California to make home with Mrs. Wilma Mc- body was shipped from on the Sante Fe Super and arrived, in Chillicothe, From there it was to the Schahl Funeral Mt. Pulaski, where funeral were held at 2 p.m. Fri- Oct. 6, conducted by the Rev. O. Zumsteoin, pastor of the John's Lutheran Church, of she was a member. Two "Beautiful Isle of Some- and "Beyond the Sunset" Sung by Paul R. Moore with accompaniment by Mrs. J. was made i nthe Mr. Cemetery. Pallbearers John Geyer, Robert Westen, Grathwohl, Oscar Auer ,W. Matthews and Harold the remains to Pulaski from California her daughter, Mrs. Wilma and Mrs. McQuaid's Mrs. Marjorie Also coming from a dist- Were Mr. and Mrs, Loren arli son of Golden Louisiana. E:HURCHES LIrrHE P,q CHURCH of the Lutheran Hour '  Rothe Ph, 2-5965 :30 p.m. LCLC at Lincoln. to 11:15 a.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sunday School and Class for all ages. Lm. Worship Services: 4, 26-29. "God at Work Us." Pna. Wedding of Jean and Ronald Crane 7:30-8:30 Choir practice P.m. Elders Meeting 2:45 6th Grade In- l,ua. Adult Class p.m. LWML Finance and Steward- Committee plus EMV Reformation Adult at Lincoln. I,THAM METHODIST lul Du Bois. Pmtor Ed Culp, S.S. Supt. Worship---9:30 a_rm School--10:30 a.m. i.ou/sLathmn. Hlinois E. K.ra Pastor of the Ownership, Circul=tion, Etc., by the Act of Coagress 24, 1912, as Amezsded &cts of March 3, 1933, and weekly at Mount Pul- for Oct 1, 1961. the names and ad- of the publisher, editor, editor, and business are: H. J. Wible, Mount Illinois. H. J. Wible, Mount Pul- the owner is: Wible, Mount Pulaski, Ill. the known bondhold- are: the average number of each issue of this sold or distributed, the mails or otherwise subscribers during the preceding the date were 1950. H. J. WIBLE. to and subscribed before 18th day of Florence Public. 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:30 a.m. Worship Service 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship COPELAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH 9:30 a.m.--Bible School 10:30 a.m.---Church Services 7:15 p.m.---Christian Endeavor 8:00 p.m.--Church Services ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH (Chestnut) Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. D. E. Kirchner, Ph. PY6-5911 9:30 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes 10:30 a.m. Worship Service THE METHODIST CHURCH Chestnut Illinois Rev. Roy W. Trueblood, Pastor 9:00 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship Ser- vice. St. IOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor Sunday School9:30 a_m. Worship Service---10:30 a.m. Luther League Monday at 7:00 P.M. A cordial invitation to all! CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paul P. Burdick. Minister 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:35 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon: "The Dynamics of Con- cern." 6:00 p.m. Junior CYH. 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship. Message: Missions in New York Speaker: Miss Diane Paulson 8:00 p.m. Senior CYH. Announcements Sunday night, Oct. 15, Miss Diane Paulson will present the TIMES-NEWS, Mount  IlL, TIlWRSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 196---11 work of Christian Missions in the be offered at 8 a.m. lln the United States. greater New York Metropolitan i 'T{ UL'ItT{It I rJrrr' area. Miss Paulson spent thel ...................... summer in Vacation Bible School [ COr. Jefferson and Vine work in New York, and she will J Clifford D. Smith, Minister show slides of the work beinglServices for.Oct: 15:- done there. I Sunoay cnooi at 9 a.m. win The Logan County Christian l Allsopp, Supt. Mens Club will meet at the Era- | Worship Service at 10 a3n. den Christian Church on Monday night, Oct. 16. Supper will be served at 6:30 p.m. and the pro- gram will be presented at 7:30. This months special feature is a Father and SOn Night, and all men are invited to bring their sons with them for this meeting. The Loyal Daughters will have their annual Dollar Social Tues. day, Oct. 17, with a basket dinner at noon. Everyone attending is asked to bring their own table service and a dish to pass. The afternoon will be spent sewing cancer bandages. Prayer Meeting on Wednesday night at 7:30 in the Church. The public is invited. The October meeting of the Lo- gan County Christian Youth Group will be on Oct. 23, at the Copeland Christian Church. We will have our October Fam- ily Night on Wednesday night, Oct. 25 at 7:30 o'clock. Sunday, Oct. 15, is Missionary Sunday and a special offering will be received for Christian Missions. St.-THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Rev. Edward M. o Pastor Mass on Sunday, Oct. 15 will OFFICIAL P UBLICATION Chtor No. Reserve District No. 7 Report of Condition of FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF Mr. PULASKL ILLINOIS in the State of Illinois, at the close of business on Sept. 27, 1961, published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency under section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with cher banks, including reserve balance, and cash Items In process of collection ...................................................... $ 513,119.02 2. United States Government obligation& dlr, ect and guarantee& ......... - ................................. 903,118.75 3. Obligations of States and political sub- divislorm ............................................... ,... 468,500,gl 4/ Other bond& notes and debentures (includ- ing $65,000 securities of Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by U3.) ............ 116,725.00 5. Corporate stocks, including $6,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve Bank. .............. 6,030.03 6. Loans and discounts (including $968.69 overdrafts) ................................................ 1224,033.09 7. Bank f)remises owned $1,000.00; furniture and fixtures $4,465.00 ............................................ 5,465.00 (Bank premises owned are subject to None liens not assumed by this bank) 8. Real estate owned other than bank premises 13,000.00 11. Other assets ...................................................... 1,360.96 The Worship Service will be in charge of Laymen in observance of the annual Layman's Day in the Methodist Church and other denominations associated with the National Council of Churches 12. TOTAL ASSETS ...................................................... $3251,322.63 LIAIlIMTP-a 13. Demand deposits of Individual& partner. ships, and corporatiomt ..................................... $1,292251.80 14. Time depostts of Individuals, partnetllllm and corporatiorm .............................................. 1,159,401,53 15. Deposits of United States Govtmment (in- cluding postal savings) ...................................... 25,058.61 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 32628937 18. Other deposits (certified and cashier'8 cheeks, etc.) ............................................... 75.00 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS .................. $2,803,17631 (a) Total demand deposits ........ $1,543,041.60 (b) Total time and sav- ings deposits .................................. $1,260,134.91 23. Other liabilities ..................................................... 8,213.77 24. TOTAL LIABILrrrEs .......................................... $2,811,390228 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital Stock .................................................... $ 100.030.03 (a) Common Stock, total par, $100,000.00. 26. Surplus .................................................... $ 103,000.00 27. Undivided Profits ................................................ 184,9325 28. Reserves (and retirement account for pre- ferred stock) .............................................. 55,000.00 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......................... $ 439,932.35 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ........................................................... $37,51,322.63 MEMORARDA 31. Assets pledged or assign ed to secure liabil- ities and for other purposes .............................. $ 258,968.75 32. c al Loans as shown above are after de-due- tion of reserves of .................................................. 4,728.38 33. (b) Real estate loans insured under Titles II, VI and VIII of the National Housing Act .... 13,846,28 I, Florence Lachenmyer, Vice-President of the above nam- ed bank, do solemnly swear th at the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. F1 orence Lachenmyer, Vice.-Pres. We, the unndersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been exam. ined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. Louis F. Sams Waiter A. Schafer J. Biesemeier Directors The Lay Leader in charge o1 the service is Dr. H. H. Maddo The worship leader is Mr. Donald Burks. Lay Speakers are: Mr. Otto Ey, Mr. Wayne Howe and Mr. Dee Buckles. Next Sunday All-Church Basket Dinner at the church at noon. Everyone welcome. This is our day for the Annual Every-Member Visitation to sub- the Current Expense, Be, nevolence, and Building Budgets. where I sit...,00y Joo Marsk Opportuni00.00' Comes Knock,ng Right in the middle of harvest, Smlley Roberts' hired man hurt his shoulder. So It was a stroke of real luck when a 'anger knocked on Smlley's door asking for work. 'You can start right now!" says storey. "O_K.," says the stranger. "but what about wages?" With that Smiley pauses and says, "Well, I guess I can pay you whatever you rigger you're worth." The stranger thinks it over for a minute, shakes his head, and starts to walk away. "Sorry, mister," he says. "It's just not worth it to work for that kind of money!" From where I /t, a mn who undervalues himself is bound to lose out in a lot of ways. But even worse is the mn who undervalues other people. Chances are he's the klnd of man who thinks only his own ideas are worth somethingthe kind of man who respee no opinion but his own. If he pre- fers tea, he's Hkely to ob to yoar choice of coffee--o m choice of a glass of beer. Intol- erance llke this is no  way to "reap" the rewards of good friendship. Copyright, 1961, United States Brewr,s Aciaa Inc. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Reserve Distric No. 7 State No. 70.1408 Report of Condition of STATE BANK OF LATHAM of Latham, Logan County, Illinois, at the close of business Sept. 27, 1961, a State banking institution organized and op- erating under the banking laws of the State of Illinois and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in ac- cordance with a Call by the Director of the Department of the Department of Financial Institutions and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this Distyict. ASSETS - 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection .......................... $ 270,439.41 2. United States Government obligations, direct and gtranteed .................................................... 360,026.07 3. Obligations of States & political subdivi- sions ........................................................................ 4,975.00 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures (including $9,993.75 securities of Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by U.S.) ................ 26,818.75 5. Corporate stock (including $2,550.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) ................................ 2,550.00 6. Loans and discounts (including $1,381.72 overdrafts) .............................................................. 425,197.38 7. Bank premises owned $1.00; furniture & fix- tures $1.00 .............................................................. 2.00 (Bank premises owned are subject to None liens not assumed by bank.) 11. Other assets ............................................................ 646.03 12. TOTAL ASSETS .................................................... $1,090,654.64 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partner- ships and corporations ........................................ $ 545,5392.4 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .................................................. 170,561.60 15. Deposits of United States Government (in- cluding postal savings) ...................................... 10,134 16. Deposits of States & political subdivisions 214,613,25 18. Other deposits ........................................................ 15.00 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS .................... $940,863.98 (c) Total demand deposits ........ $770,196.44 (b) Total time deposits ............ $170,667.54 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES ............................................ $ 940,863q CAPITAL ACCOUWrS 25. Capital * .................................................................. $ 25,030.00 26. Surplus ................................................................. 60,0302)0 27. Undivided profits ................................................ 34,790.66 28. Reserves (and retirement account for pre- ferred capital) ........................................................ 30,000.00 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ............................ 149,790.66 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL AC- COUNTS .................................................................. $1,090,654.6 MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes ........................................ 50,030.03 32. (a) Loans as shown above are after de- duction of reserves of .......................................... $ 9,823.6! I, G. E. Voile, President of the above-named bank. hereby certify that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. G. E. Voile, President. Correst--Attest: Anna M. Voile E. M. Culp G. A. Voile, Directors. (SEAL) State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 4th day of October 1961. Dale R. Voile. Public.