Mr & Mrs M F Manning, F Manning

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Mr & Mrs M F Manning,  F Manning - member, i T h i r t y - ] o n s w e i e...
member, i T h i r t y - ] o n s w e i e conducted of i s t r i c t s . ! one-third of I the dem in year. They e and a t l e n d ; the mem- increased by a successful a l l i n g 1,291 32 Wood River today is calm follow- Many contingencies enter into the ing the shock of the closing yester-' possibilities* of the reorganization of day of ono of its two banking insti- the bank. The individual attitudes t u t i o n s , tho First State and Savings of the stockholders under and Bank. At different times during tho cumstances which may arise, present m o r n i n g one or two people would |a problem. ' I f the bank pause on the street and look with j without the necessity of levying upon and pap-1 curiosity at the bank building and j the stockholders, the will be comparatively simple and all of the stockholders who *care to bo recognized will doubtless be includj- siou and a stranger in town would I ed. If a levy upon stockholders be- not k n o w , t h r o u g h haying his atten-j comes a necessity and promptly met, extended litigation may result result and the coutinuity of the business business relations bo permanently interrupted. interrupted. Under the present necessity for readjustment depositors and stock holders are vitally concerned. There are about forty stockholders. Their pieces of mail express w o n d e r m e n t as to what the each o u t c o m e of the suspension would be. But there was no clamorous discus- twelve v e j t i o n d r a w n , t h a t a n y t h i n g had hap- i n g the year, j pened. r s were held i The residents took the situation a t t e n d - ; quietly and in the main good natur- m e r s ' ' edly. Many of them had attempted i by such aid as they could extend to I tide over the crisis. All were hope- ful t h a t the institution will reopen and that its possibilities for valuable names and t u e i r holdings, as nearly the i n - j and for service might not be lost to the c o m m u n i t y . It m i g h t be said with authority today today that the f u t u r e will find a bank vi here the First State and Savings is sus- 1 located. Its handsome home and excellent excellent equipment are too valuable as can be ascertained from the latest available list, which of course is subject subject to correction Is as follows: A. K. Whitelaw 100 Adeline Whitelaw 20 M. F. Manning 30 Fred Penning 10 Fanny Penning 20 for the f r o n t n g for a to be cast aside or converted to other purposes Who will compose the I s ,next i n s t i t u t i o n and whether it will thepresent one Tobias Ostken S. A. Beach 112 Robt. Parks 4S Fred Bender SO J. L. Noecker Ilev. _, for county health Christmas county. has ·county of on will Rev. In Little tuberculosis years association rate give contribute are ?5 ciation with a different C ' H - Se S er ................. *0 ! PMple CaMOt or a new asso name, has not been determined. An ' L - H a r r ' s ' m a l meeting was held iiVEd- *,. ,,. u l m wardsville yesterday atternoon for R- H.' Levis , the purpose of discussing reorganiza-! W - A - Tl P ton r a n c h t i o n . At t h a t meeting it became ap- t h a t is nearest parent t h a t no difficulty would be experienced in l l be w e l c o m e to sary f u n d s for f e r e n t tion. be escorted One of the bank examiners was n g by members of quoted yesterday as stating that the how m a i l ' b a n k would pay out one hundred on the dollar. Similar hope 25 10 Katherlne Beach . . . . . , . . . . securing the neces-' Lucas Pfeiffenberger ......... 20 the coming institu- Jas - H ' Chessen .............. 9 routes, the prep-1'"'as expressed by those familiar with j Emma Noecker Florence Harris Annie Chessen 9 Kenneth Beach 4 F. J. Manning 4 A. M. Manning 10 W. H. Bacheldor 26 C. B. Manbeck 20 registered, affairs of the institution. A positive positive conclusion on the subject, how- 12 By'a happy the which has been in the presents its best ap- ever, v,ill not be available until M. J. B. Bosonetto W. W. Warnock I. C. Hatridge 10 F. G. Clifford 5 B. Whitlock of Springfield, the chief ' Mary' F Clifford' . .', 5 of the b a n k i n g department of the! James Duncan '. 16 i state auditor's office announces his | H. B. Gillis 5 I decision, llr. Whitlock, as noted in i yesterday's Intelligencer, reached at M. Wood River at 2 o'clock and at once began a comparison of the statistics developed by the bank examination and by others interested in ascertaining ascertaining the true condition of the A. Wusentenfeld ............. 10 Phoebe E. Beach ............ 5 Helen T. Beach Henry Rethart .............. 2 Joe Barr ................... jo Won Prizes For Roses. It was learned today that H. J. Blixea of Woodlawn Gardens' receiv- banks affairs. lie had made con- ed an additional three prizes .on siderable progress at noon today and roses in the St. Louis flower show there was a possibility that he might finish his work by this evening. If not a verdict may be expected on Monday. few days ago besides the f o u r previously a n n o u n c e d on carnations. The roses were entered in the twenty five bloom class. Stamps Iarge as an gave county ing seals given very year." The be will county townships funds patients unless they moved town ajrddle ago.

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  1. The Edwardsville Intelligencer,
  2. 18 Nov 1922, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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