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;! John,s Lutheran Lutheran LetS$ Go Bowling ! CIURCH LEAGUE (Thur Oct. 5) W L is Lutheran 17 1 mki Christian #1" 12 6 st #1 11 7 i Christian #1 10 8 Workers 9 9 #2 8 IO heran , 6 12 LChrima #1 6 12 Lutheran  6 12: Christian #2 5 13 series: St. John's Luther-! an, 2268. Team game: St. John's Luther- an, Sin. series: Eugene Weckel, 505. ImM. game: Tom Scroggin, 209. WRtTSMAN'S LEAGUE (Fit. Oct. S) Points Farm Serv Co. 28 Sundries 25 "G" 24' Motor Service 23 Service 23 Standard Service 21 Fork Grain Co. 18 Hybrids 18 Pfflaski Grain Co. 17 Feeds 14 Team series: Turner's, 2459. Ind, series: A. J. St Pierre, 523. i . game: R. Culleton, 219. ! s0000vrE LEAguE s) w L Construction 10 5 Beauty Shop 10 5 : National Bank 10 5 Elevator 10 5 Insurance 8 7, Grain Co. 8 7 i Hardware 6 9 Lumber Co. 5 I0 Auto 4 11 4 11 series: Eileen's, 2106. game: Eileen's, 758. 8cries: J, Haynes, 499. J. Haynes, 189. LOAFERS LEAGUE (Moa. Oct. 9) ...... W L 'Place , 14 7 Elevator 12 9 OH Co. 11 10 Department 11 10 Feeds 11 10 Grain Co. 10 II Lumber Co. 10 11 Bros. 10 11 Jewelry 9 12 Tool Co. 7 14 game: Yocum, 204. ind. series: Yocum, 560. game: Rothwell, 858. , Rothwell, 2411. BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE (]a., Oct. 9) Poiuts Elevator 44 4O #2 31 iF ork Grain Co. 30 Constme/on CO. 26 Products 26 Insurance 24 Transfer 23 Implement 19 t Hybrids 16 Schahl Grocery, game: Lake Fork Grain series: Donald Schahl, 558 Donald Schahl, 204 TOPPERS LEAGUE (T. Oct. I0) Points Coffee Shop 43 36 Coal & Gas Co. 36 F. Holmes 35 Painting , 34 Super Market 32 Fire Department 32 Hybrids 25 23 Farmers Grain 19 series: Farmers Grain of 2349. game: Tom's Coffee Shop eries: R. Holmes, 564. game: R. Holmes, 208. B. M.A. 2, Hanslow's Standard Serv. Stahl Furniture 2 Hilltop Bowl Curtis Oil Co. 21 Budweiser 21 Logan Farm Service 18 Wolcott's Soft Water 16 Farmer's Grain Team game: Wolcott's, 915. Team series: Wolcott's, 2631. Ind. game: G. Mason, 253. Ind. series: G. Mason, 593. TOPET'I--LEAGUE (Wed., C 11) W Fire ,Department 12 L Horn s Standard 11 7 Copeland & Hild 11 7 Everett Koehler 10 8 Moore Insurance 10 8 Stoll Coal & Gas Co. 9 9 Wilham Construction CO. 9 9 Huston & Paolone 9 9 Dick's Place 7 11 Rau Hardware 2 16 Team high: Fire Dept., 737. Team series: Fire Dept., 2088. Ind. high: M. Aylesworth, 182. Ind. Series: F. McCubbin, 499. BRAIN RESEARCH DRIVE IS SUCCESS The Jr. Woman's Club would like to thamk everyone for help- ing to make their drive for the Brain Research Foundation, one of their State Projects, such a big success. This campaign will help supply the money needed to com- plete the first step of the Center's renovation--the opening of an Epilespy Clinic, Electro-encephal- ography Laboratory and Chem- ical Laboratory Chairman of the drive, Mrs. Win. Dittus, wishes to thank her committee, Mrs. James Borger- son, Mrs. James Brown, Mrs. Rich- ard Froschauer, Mrs. Robert W. Howe, Mrs. Loren Holmes, Mrs. Mel Singley, Mrs. Richard Tal- mage, Mrs. Dee Buckles, Mrs. Lee Taylor, Mrs. Dale Fuhrer, Mrs. Lee Cleveland, Mrs. Otis Howe, Mrs. Ray Richner, Mrs. Harry Manes, Mrs. John West. They sold all eight cases (192 sacks) of the Trick or Treat Candy in about one and one-half hours. vvV]N  1VlPTfMT.qT-TTP I McCullough, ss 2 ...HA ............. I Chauboin, rf 2 0 0 I METHO M : (Continued from page 1) ]Evans lb 2 01GROUP ORGANIZES  ... ] Haughton, 2b 3 0 0 The Senior High Youth I stolen bases and four walks, to] ._ _ 2 ship of the Methodist CbW give them a 4 to 0 lead. From[ Totals 26 4 then on Romer was invincible, St - b" [ Mount Pulaski, met at the c . [ ruck out by Rome,, 13; Y on Tuesday night and e!ect holding them hitless ana issuing j Bennett, 10. only one walk. | McLean (1) AB H following officers: DenmS m Pulaski came back in the last[ R Johnson-n 4 R1 I President; David Shellh of its own O'Brien hit a single Foley ' " t ] , c 4 21Vice-President; Pamela laJ and went to third on an ou "lJe Starkey 2b 3 0 l JSecremry; Randy Rogers, T field error. Romer hit for a]Rungle If-' 2 01 er" double, scoring O'Brien, and a/c Johnson   0 0j Mr. and Mrs. Emmett_! single by Jackson scored Romer ] Fox, lb ' -- 2 0 [ hammer were elected Coum after two were out. Two walks [ Turner, 3b 3 0 0 [ and Rev. and Mrs smith then loaded the bases, but a Rann cf 1 0: Officio Counsellors. "Other strike-out ended the inning. I Rich, 'rf 2 0 0 will be elected at a later u Scores 5 in Fourth I Marvel, ph 0 0 Counsellors for the varioUS Then in the fourth inning the lJa. Starkey, rf 1 0 0 Commissions. locals put the game on ice. It[ -- -- -- The group has set their was a typical Yankee inning with ] Totals 24 1 4 ing time as 7:15 to 8:15 everyope hitting and five runs]M t Pulaski (3) AB H 3 .0 0 1 0 0 crossing the plate. Mike Schultz. O'Brien 3b opened with a walk, O Brmn then Zimmermann, rf got his second hit, and Zimmer-tWubben, rf - mann was safe on a fielde.r'sIRomer, p :choice; Romer was walked. With[Reeves, rf the bases loaded Reeves smash-[Jackson ' lb ed out a two-bagger, scoring three I Bailey, ss runs; then Jackson hit a two-bag- | Handlin, 2b ger to score Reeves. Two more hits Drake, cf by Bailey and Drake score Jack- Schultz, c son. That was the ball game, with the locals leading 7-4, as neither side threatened the rest of the way. Ray Tabacchi, coaching his first year at MPTHS, is quite proud of the showing of his team and his baseball prowess and ex- perience has had much to do with !the success of this year's team. CHAMPIONSHIP dAME ML Pulaski (7) AB R H O'Brien, 3b 3 2 2 Zimmermann, If 1 1 0 Wubben, If 0 0 0 Romer, p 2 2 1 Reeves, rf 3 1 1 ffackson, lb 3 1 2: Bailey, ss 3 0 1 Drake, cf 2 0 1 Handlin, 2b 3 0 0 Schultz ,c 1 0 0 D. Romer 0 0 0 Totals 22 7 8 AUanta (4) AB R H Bicknell, ef ' 3 2 0 Logsdon, 3b 3 1 0 Sutton, c 3 1 1 Bennett, p 4 0 0 Smith, If  0 0 Take Good Care of Your Car i LOSING PowER ? oj 00nnu}00 Our staff of expert techni- ciens is equipped to tackle any kind of engine work. from a tune-up to a major overhauling. Price is right Periodically Check AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS : Periodic checks on your automatic transmission help keep your car run. ning in the top condition . . help you get mOre mileage from gas. HAYES GARAGE PHONE 3-5716 MOUNT PULASKI, ILL. 1 1 0 2 1 30} 2 0 1 3 0 O Tottals 21 3 4 McLean 100 000 0--1 4 3 Mt. Pulaski 030 000 x---3 4 2 NOTE OF THANKS I want to thank all my friends and relatives for the pretty birth- day cards and other thoughtful- ness, I received this past week. I really appreciated them. Chloe Jenner Deaconess Nursing Home Lincoln, Ill. Monday night.  Miss Carol Horn will . leader of the meeting next day. ILLIOPOLIS HOMECOMING FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20th The llliopelis Homecomingwi be held on Friday. Oct a parade starting at : "Ill[" The football game, betwee,.o, opolis high school and Bem'" will start at 8 p.rm . . .. tl NEW GE DBYI00 $159.95 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Rume District No. 7 Stat No. 70.722 Report of Co--on of THE FARMERS BANK OF MT. PULASKI of Mt. Pulaski, Illinois at the close of business Sept. 2% 19r a State banking institution oganized and operating u' the banking laws of the State of Illinois and a memm..,. $ the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance .u. call made by the Director of the Department of Finan ... stitutions and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this P*"- ASSETS 1 Cash balances, with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process 384, o,- of collection ....................................................... $ 2. United States Government obligations, direct b,7.  and guaranteed .................................................. 3. Obligations of States and Political Sub- 35,_17 divisions ................................................................ 5. Corporate Stocks (including $7500.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank ................................. 7,'-00 6. Loans and discounts (including $11.18 730 overdrafts) ...................................................... 1,406, 7. Bank premises owned $18",000; furniture 0fl0 and fixtures $1,000.00 .......................................... 19, Bank premises owned are subject to None liens not assumed by bank) 12. TOTAL ASSETS ...................................................... $2,527,51" LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partner- 643 ships, and corporations .......... : .......................... $15 30, 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations ............................................... 738''-" 151 Deposits of United States Government (in- :9'/ eluding postal savings ) ...................................... 28 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 24,t'- 17. Deposits of banks ................................................ 18. Other deposits (certified and officers checks, 7,73._ etc. ) ...................................................................... 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS .................... $2,158.042.(}5 (a) Total demand deposits ........ $1,419,985.40 (b) Total time deposits ........... $ 738,06.65 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES ......................................... $2, CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital, Common Stock, par value ..........  ..... $ 100, 26. Surplus .......................................................... 150'--,45 27. Undivided proflt ........................................... 59,47#" 2 Reserves (and Retirement Account for 60c/00. _ Preferred Capital) ................................................. 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......................... 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL AC- S 0 COUNTS .................................................................. MEMORANDA: 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabil- 00,000 [ties and for other purposes ............................ 1 32. (a) Loans as shown above are after de- ,.gl. duct[on of reserves of ........................................ '-te. I, Dan Voile, cashier of the above named b .a. ho gff certify that the above statement is true to the * knowledge and belief. Dan Voile, Cashier. ,ftt, We, the undersigned direct ors attest the correctne_..ia report of condition and declare that it has been e.'-t## by us and to the best of our knowledge and belier and correct. E. K. Rothwell G. A. Volle Wilford K. Scroggin, Sr, Directors Sworn to and subscribed before me this 9th October, 1961. Harriet Bender,