American State Bank 50th anniv 5 Oct 1952

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w 5 ir- ir- it ' TIIK FANTAGRAFH. BLOOMINGTOW ILLINOIS. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3. 19S2. E LULLS roqre jfl of P f A" J. Stuart VVyatt Executive Vice-President Vice-President Vice-President Francis X. Wochner Vice-President Vice-President Vice-President v ft i Kace J. Keogh VUe-Prtsident VUe-Prtsident VUe-Prtsident E 1 fit u " - -S. -S. I I 1 yemmmmmmmv. C - - . AMEROTW STftTF. RANK " X . i I' ' '" ::; .:V.;jx.. ( W !l J.- J.- ll rT,Z. 4-4-k. 4-4-k. 4-4-k. 4-4-k. 4-4-k. .JL J . I i i i i .MM I ' y:l-;ji y:l-;ji y:l-;ji '! . .' . II I" 1 I II "m" I I 1 II. I - On May 2, 1902 a dram cf three brothers was realized. For it was on this date that Albert, Adolph and Herman Wochner In conjunction with several other businessmen founded the German-American German-American German-American Bank and opened its doors to the banking public of McLean County. The bank's first home was the old Leader Building, where the Majestic Majestic Theatre now stands. During During World War I the German-American German-American German-American Bank became the American State Bank and was located in the present site of the Jefferson Cafeteria. In the middle 20 American State Bank moved to its present location, taking over the Metro-pole Metro-pole Metro-pole Building at 211 North Main Street, located directly east of the Court House in the middle of the block. Now, in 1052, American State has as its President, Leonard C Wochner, the third member of the Wochner family to hold this position. With deposits totaling $9,000,-000, $9,000,-000, $9,000,-000, the American State Bank of today has truly made prat strides along the path of progress. progress. A far cry from that day in 1902 when three brothers laid the foundation stones for an outstanding banking rervice that is, today, second to none I The American State Bank of 1952 As we ol American State pause at the half way mark in our first "century of progress," we welcome the opportunity to offer our thanks to those who have made this pro-gress pro-gress pro-gress possible . . . our customers. Your continued confidence is the only assurance we need to offer the finest banking service available in the years to come. Leonard C. Wochner, Pres. Julia Carmody Secretary and Bond Teller George Gielow Cashier r5 s t $ Boy E. Kimler Trnst Officer ASSISTANT CASHIERS AND TELLERS l ei i ITS I i ': 1 4 T C. A. Johnston An t Cashier Marie Johnson StMrrlsar Bernard Koos Am I Cashlet 1 W John Peffer Aas't Caahlav Llysl L. Kjlt VtUrr I J r - Swf. J llaftUnxi It lit Jaa Mrrrick Title BOOKKEEPING DEPARTMENT rrSi .b htk. :i aCZ Dorothea Green General Bkksr Fern Williams BMttMstr CLERICAL Darlene Graalnr BakMr Shirley Goldra BMakeep '""law : "W-'J "W-'J "W-'J Nascle Martin ratrkia Lartch Qnal SECRETARIAL Colleen Kelly Eveljn Shields t t i "V?' 'i r a .JX ' 1 Marie Lush Marianne Xranita Paola Daly lewesary. iMtaUsaeat Drthea O.WecX xitar. Traat Nssrlnl rflMERICHH fTHTERaKlK mA Family Banking Custom Since 1902 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member Federal Reserve System The First in a Series of Advertisements Commemorating Our 50th Anniversary

Clipped from The Pantagraph05 Oct 1952, SunPage 16

The Pantagraph (Bloomington, Illinois)05 Oct 1952, SunPage 16
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