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SETWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. SATURDAY, OCT. 7, 1939. SOCIETY MEET OH Current English Novel Is Reviewed by Mrs. Ralph Sheldon at Meeting Local Amusements Mrs. Hans I. Hanson, South Washington avenue, was hostess \ f ^ ThiirortoiT aftomnnn tr> mpiiihorn : tttB I Churches GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH (Court at Harrison streets) Rev. Knight W. Dunkerley, rector Holy Communion—8 a. m. Church school—10 a. m. in the Book of Matthew. B.Y.P.U. monthly business m. Evening services meeting and social— Thursday and Friday—7:45 p. in. at 8 p. m. at the home of Miss! •of Mrs. Hulbert Larson, on Tuesday street. Sixth LYRIC THEATER— Presents Barbara Stanwyck, Adolphe Menjou and William Joseph Calleia and Edward S. Brophy. Also selected short subjects. OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM A meeting of the Parent- Teacher association of Lakeview school was held on Friday afternoon at 3:15 o'clock at the school. The meeting was opened by Mrs. Gerald F. Swarthout, president. During the early part of the meeting, an interesting ar- I HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN— tide entitled "Better Under-) standing of Children and Par- i Dancing, ents" was read by Mrs. Ralph! _ Sheldon. ! TODD-L-INN The "association Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. announced that a sewing project will be commenced on Oct. 13 at 3:30 o'clock at the school building. A girl will be provided to take care of children of the members of ;this circle. A card party will be held on Oct. 20, it was also announced. This will be an evening event. The association voted to sponsor a Girl Scout troop, to meet at the school building. Mrs. Harold Vanlngen will be leader of the troop. Miss Marie Subora's class won the prize of $1 for having the largest number of mothers present. The feature of the meeting Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— Roller skating. * * Thursday afternoon to members of the Ladies' Aid of Bethany Methodist church. Mrs. John Erickson and Mrs. Eugene Matson acted as co-hostesses. Mrs. Gerald Nerheim, president, opened the meeting with community singing, after which Rev. Krling Edwardsen led the devotional service, including responsive reading and a prayer. Mrs. Dan Soli read a mnancial report showing that a great deal had been accomplished during the past year. Morning prayer and sermon— ! 11 a. m. Topic: "Peace, When I There Is No Peace." ! Evening prayer and sermon— ; 5 p. m. in St. James' church, ' Pentwater. i ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL ] LUTHERAN CHURCH ' (Melendy at Harrison street) j Rev. William Opitz. pastor German service—9:30 a. m. Sunday school—10 a. m. ! English service—11 a. m. Ser- Caroline Thompson, 207 North Lavinia street. Choir rehearsal—Friday at 8 p. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST (James at Court streets) H. H. Hawley, minister Service—10:30 a. m. Communion—11 a. m. Sermon—11:30 a. m. THE COMMUNITY CHURCH (The Church with the Open Door) (108 North Harrison street) Rev. Paul Haskell Clark, pastor S " n . d J*L s ^™b-™? n .*S' m< Jacob Lunde, THE SALVATION ARMY (Hall at 108 South Rath avenue) Adjutant Kyle Piercy Sunday school—10 a. m. Devotionals—11 a. m. Public service—7:30 p. m. Boy Scouts, Troop 7, meeting —Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service — Thursday at 7:30 p. m. BETHANY METHODIST CHURCH (Corner Washington avenue and Danahcr street) Rev. Erling; C. Edwardsen, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m Sermon: "The Book Hour." Young People's society supper Mrs. Martin Abrahamson, ways| m0 n: "The Relation of the Old meeting—6 p. m. in the church- , „ „ superintendent, nf thP Rally da y win be observed, or me Morning worship—10:45 a. m. Sermon: "The Trumpet Call." Evening service—7:30 p. m. and means committee chairman, i and New Testaments." stated that a rummage .sale will | — be held on Oct. 12 and that the Aid will also sponsor a church supper on Oct. 25. At that time. Mrs. Abrahamson also named Mrs. Hans Abrahamson chairman for the organization';? Christmas sale. The report of the secretary for the Hospital Auxiliary of this, croup was given by Mrs. Charles ; ^ p ^ Ferguson, who outlined the ' progress of the hospital work. j Mrs. Carl ton Benson, program chairman for the year, announced the following enjoyable program: Vocal soio by Lois FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST (Filer at Delia Street) Sunday school—9:30 a. m. Morning worship—11 a. Sermon: "Are Sin, Disease Death Real?" Testimony meeting—Wednes- p. m. i house. Miss Jean Pat Mclntosh I will lead the worship. L. Vorce will bs guest speaker. I Brownie Pack meeting—Moni day at-3:30 p. m. in the church! house. m. | Boy Scouts. Troop 3, and Sea- and scouts—Monday at 7:30 p. m. Teachers and officers of the church school supper meeting— at . . Sermon: "Light from the Cross.'" E -| Brotherhood box social — Tuesday at 7:45 p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Abrahamson, 710 East Foster street. Mid-week service — Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benson, 805 East Filer street. Members of the Northwest division of the Ladies' Aid of First Methodist church were entertained Thursday evening at was an interesting book review! the home of Mrs. James Fisher, of the book, "Ordeal," by Nevil 504 North Gaylord avenue. Mrs. Shute, given by Mrs. Ralph Sheldon. The 'book is a war story and, to quote from the commentary, "is no scare story—a fact- Lewis Wieman and Mrs. Ray Molyneux acted as co-hostesses. The meeting was opened with community .singing, followed by rich, exciting novel, written a devotional service, read from with complete simplicity, utter ! "The Upper hjonv' by Mrs. Peter lack of emotionalism, not so I Mulder. Four beautiful poems much a study of war as of the I were read by Mrs. Cora Ham- human spirit of its indefinite ! mond, Mrs. Albert Haney, Mrs. capacity to endure and to re- j Earl Hamilton and Mrs. William shape the world to its destiny i Fisher. though that asunder." would be torn At the close of the afternoon, Mrs. Mulder, chairman, thanked her helpers at the fair concession and Mrs. Clay Blue, financial chairman, gave an delicious refreshments were ... , .. ,. served. Hostesses for the day ! itemized report of the finances were the mothers of children in ! at the concession. The project the kindergarten room. Tea was w * s sta * d fc ° be successful. poured by Mrs. Roy Dancz and Miss Helen Freerirks MISS iieien jreencKs. St. Rose Circle Is Entertained by Mrs. Thomas Loy Aid, outlined the I program for the coming year. Mrs. Forest Gilbert, member of the Southeast division, showed samples of articles being sold by this group. i the Harry Stolberg cottage at Wednesdays and Satur- \ Hamlin lake. days, excepting holidays, from 2 I Girl Scouts, Troop 5—Tuesday to 5 p. m. | at 4 p. m. I Four Square club—7:30 p. m. devotional meeting—Friday 6 p. m. at Boline, piano solo by Phyliss EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH' Tuesday at the home of Miss; church parlors Nerheim. piano and vocal solo by ; (Corner Melendy and Emily 'Betty Love. Installation of off i- I Janet Lagesen and vocal solo by '• streets) cers will be held. Rodney Zernke. ; Rev. Carl G. Nicholson, pastor ' Mrs. Gebhardt's circle—Wed- At the conclusion of the meet- ' Sunday school—9:30 a. m.: nesday at 2:30 p. m. at the home | ing, refreshments were served by Morning worship—10:45 a. m. ; of Mrs. C. B. Bailey. - \ the hostesses and a social hour Sermon: "The Blood of Jesus Mrs. Newberg's circle—Wed-! was enjoyed. A group picture Christ and Its Efficacy." | nesday at 2:30 p. m. at the home! was taken at this time. i Young People's meeting—6:45 of Mrs. A. N. Kinney. The next meeting will be held ; p . m . William Kronlein, leader, i Mrs. Read's circle—Wednes-1 at the home of Mrs. Steffan Ner- • Gospel Evangel service — ' day at 2:30 p. m. at the home of 1 heim with Mrs. Robert Lunde 7:30 p . m . Sermon: "Do Present Mrs. B. H. Jury, 620 North Lake- and Mrs. Arne Soli as co- -World-Troubles Foretell Anoth- shore drive. Confirmation class meeting- Saturday at 10 a. m. at the Choir rehearsal—Friday at 7 p. m. Children's Confirmation class meeting—Saturday at 10 a. m. at the parsonage. ST. STANISLAUS' CHURCH (511 Third street) Rev. Joseph Koss, pastor Low Mass—8 a. m. High Mass—10 a. m. ST. SIMON'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH (Foster at Harrison streets) Rev. Dr. T. W. Albin, pastor Rev. F. H. Branigan, vicar Low Mass--6:30 a. m. and 8 a. m. Children's Mass—9:15 a. m. High Mass—10:30 a. m. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE (305 East Filer street) Rev. Arvid E. Norton, pastor Sunday school—10 a. m. Morning worship service—11 a. m. j Evangelistic service — 7:30 p. m. Prayer service—Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. | In the absence, due to illness. There are in existence just 25 garments made of chinchilla pelts before trapping the animal was forbidden. Most of the garments are in the possession of royalty. They are valued at from $80,000 to $150,000. *—#—#—•*—» — *—»—#—#—# * Home made Super- * | Creamed Ice Cream For Keen Delight! * I * I The smoothest, finest and * richest, put up in Nickel * I Cups, Paddle Pops, Double Dip Cones, Pints and l * Quarts in choice flavores. * ! A Thrifty Dessert. I t LAGBSEN'S f DANISH BAKERY 605 S. Washington Ave. Phone 755 . * I *—#—#—•*—* - *—*—#—*--# PENTWATER THEATRE TONIGHT and SATURDAY of the pastor, the Revs. Mr. and | „. J • Oct J?" 7 Mrs. Grant W. Crane will have Sidney Toller, Cesar Romero, charge and will speak services. at thel EMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH (Danaher at Lavinia streets) Rev. J. A. Landin, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m. English service—10 a. m. Swedish service—11:15 a. m. hostesses. Lutheran Ladies Hold Meeting The regular meeting of the Ladies' Aid of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran church was held on Thursday afternoon at the church. The meeting was opened with community singing and was called to order by Mrs. Arthur Wilson, president, who also led the prayer. During a brief business session, plans were completed for the Aid's annual sauerkraut supper, to be held on Nov. 8. Mrs. Reinhardt Schmidt was accepted and welcomed into the circle as a new member. At the close of the afternoon ' er Catastrophe?" j Men's club supper—Wednes- Prayer and Bible Study — day at 6:30 p. m. in the church; Thursday at 7:30 p. m. The house. Robert Wayt will present , Book of Jonah will be studied, i moving pictures of his Choir rehearsal—Friday at through the West. 17:30 p. m. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH (Lnomis at riarrison streets) Rev. C. E. Pollock, pastor Sunday school—9:45 a. m. Rally day service. Public worship—11 a. m. Sermon: "Dreams Come True." Junior Epworth League—5 p. m. Senior Epworth League—6:15 p. m. Installation of- officers. Meeting of the Junior Board of Stewards—Monday at 7:30 p. m. in Hudson parlors. Sub-district meeting of Women's Home Missionary society — Tuesday at 2 p. m. in Hudson BETHANY LUTHERAN CHURCH (1107 Madison street) Rev. John Christensen, pastor Sunday school—9:30 a. m. lev. Christensen will address 11 classes on the topic, "The Third fecture "of the Institute '' P ur POse of Prayer." Mrs. C. An- of International Understanding \ derson will be in charge of the series—Thursday at 8 p. m. atj se , ce - ' Monthly 10:30 a. m. Sunday school teachers' meeting— Tuesdr^ at 7:30 p. m. in r, i the parsonage. The Ladies' Aid will serve supper in the church parlors I from 5 until 8 p. m. Wednesday. | Adult Confirmation class meeting—Wednesday at 7:30 p. Gray hall. H. Canfield Cook will address the audience on "The Influence of Aviation on International Relations." Choir rehearsal—Friday at p. in. Danish service — • . At the close of the business | refreshments were served from .1 j session, the meeting was ad, journed to meet on Nov. 2 at the home of Mrs. William Hall. Co- St. Rose circle of St. Simon's i Catholic church held its regular meeting on Thursday after- . . I hostesses will .be Mrs. Cora Ham- noon at the Thomas Loy, home of Mrs. 110 East Danaher street. At this meeting, Miss Myrtle Shinsky <was welcomed into the circle as a new member. During the business session, conducted by Mrs. Edward Holzbach, circle president, it was decided to make a donation to the diocesan charities. The mystery package for the day was presented by Mrs. J. R. Anderson and was won by Miss Myrtle Shinsky. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in sewing for the Red Cross and plans for a card party, to be held on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in James Golden hall, were discussed. At the close of the meeting, a A delicious tray luncheon was served by the hostesses to the 24 members and eight guests present. A Hallowe'en motif was carried out in appointments for the luncheon, in the napkins, candy in cups and in molded pumpkin faces. Later a social hour" was enjoyed. Guests of the occasion were Mrs. George Caplon, Mrs. Rex Tower, Mrs. George Gerard, Mrs. Forrest Gilbert, Mrs. Gail Owen, Mrs. Perry Anthony, Mrs. Ed Mallory and Miss Bess Hill. Commemoration Is Followed by Tea Mrs. H. B. Hoffman was hostess Friday afternoon at a four o'clock tea, given at her home at 201 North Washington avenue. delicious chop suey supper was ,J he affair was held foll °wmg served toy the hostess. l the commemoration service, held Members present were Mesdames Adam Lavich, C. J. Lemire, J. R. Anderson, George Barber, T. J. Barber, Edward Dutch, R. Kovar, Norman Lorentz, W. F. Fortier, Otto Nelson, Miss Shinsky, IMiss A. Torbe- son, Mrs. Andrew Murphy, Mrs. C. O. Dittmer and the hostess, Mrs. Loy. # * # Pinochle Series to Begin^Oct. 10 The first of the annual series of pinochle parties, sponsored by Ludington aerie No. 1354, Fraternal Order of Eagles, will be held on Tuesday evening, Oct. 10, it was reported by H. A. Brockhaus, committfieman in charge of the event, today. The parties have been held annually for the past several years and nave always been popular and well-attended, it is reported. All members of the aerie and their friends are welcome at the events. . Members of the committee in Charge of the series include Mr. ta.ble prettily appointed and centered with a bowl of white and purple petunias. Chairman of the refreshment ... — . -«—-^ -*»*• _ if- • •- - S^f. . Mission-i 7:3 ° P- m - ary society will entertain the Manistee and Bear Lake aux- FREE METHODIST CHURCH (318 North Robert street) Rev. .1. L. Hazeldine, pastor Sundav .school—10 a. m. Preaching service—11 a. m. Evening service—7:30 p. m. Preaching service—8 p. m. Prayer meeting—Thursday at! m. at the paisonage. Ladies' Aid meeting—Thursday at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Arnold Young, 116 East Danaher street. Be Loyal club meeting — Thursday at 8 p. m. at the home committee ""'was ""Mrs. Wifliam Matson. assisted by Mrs. William i iliaries. Brownie Pack meeting nesday at 3:30 p. m. Praver meeting — -Wed- i Opitz, Mrs. David McCarthy, Mrs. j at jj 30 P- Oscar Peterson and Mrs. A. ' '"" u Ortlieb. Mrs. V. Matthews Entertains Club BACHELOR. — Th^ T?ifhr>inr Extension club met Wednesday nt the home of its secretarv Mrs Vprp Matthpwc An all-day meeting was held. The first lesson of the season. "Co 1 ™-, the Mnster Key tn Beauty," was presented in nn in- terestine manner bv the two new leqrtprs Mrs. Ruth Keit?,- mann and Mrs. Nellie JanKoviak. A delicious chicken dinner wa^ at noon bv Mesdames Brockhaus, B. D. Hamilton, IVj-ITank Bashaw, Eli Hanson, Eu"" gene Belland and Carl Altrock. * k ___# * # Regular Meeting to Be Held Oct. 10 'P«re Marquette chapter No. Order .of Eastern Star, will " a regular meeting at 8 o'- * Tuesday evening In the nfc temple. ; the absence of Mrs. Hattie md Mrs. Lois Doe, who maing the Grand Chapter in Grand Rapids. Mrs. h and Mrs. Rachel will act ' ; -a$. worthy associate, matron, at Longfellow school in honor of LaRue Ely and Barbara Ely. Tea was served from a beautifully appointed table centered with a -single great red dahlia. Later a number of the group went to the home of Mrs. Roscoe Ely, 704 Brother street, to see the many pictures of the two girls, which had been collected. Guests at the tea were Mr and Mrs. Frank Ely, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Elv, Rev. and Mrs. Paul! Haskell Clark, Mrs. A. R. Vest- ling, Mrs. George Kribs, Mrs Fred Newberg and the teachers of Longfellow school. *t AJ O 40 Are Present at Masonic Meeting Forty Masons were present at the fellow craft meetinsr. held Thursday evening at the Masonic temple. Pinochle formed the evening'? entertainment -with first prize being won by W. R. Anderson and second by Richard Pehrson. Later in the evening delicious sandwiches and coffee were served and community singing. Helen Zyndn. Ollie Mnrev. Nettie M<->rsp and Vera Matthews. Those present. othPr than those already mentioned, were Mesdamps Augusta VanHoesen, Grace Pitcher. Blanche Smith. Selma Knatz. Leone Pitcher and Antonia Wise. The November meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Harvey Goff. Wednesday ; the club room. Church Study club meeting — j Wednesday at 8 p. m. in the : club room. i Choir rehearsal—Thursday at 17:30 p. m. in Hudson parlors. j Third lecture of Institute of j International Understanding series—Thursday at 8:15 p. m. ! in Gray hall. | — j WASHINGTON AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH (Corner Washington avenue and Danaher street) Rev. R. E. Omark. pastor Sundaj, school—9:30 a. m. Morning worship—10:45 a. m. Sermon: "Walking with God." B.Y.P.U. meeting—6:30 p. m. Evening Gospel service—7:30 p. m. Sermon: "So Loved." Berean Bible class meeting — Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Fred Peterson, 607 East Filer .street, with Mrs. Elmer Nelson as co-hostess. Mid-week prayer and praise .service—Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. Second in series of studies on PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH (207 West Ludington avenue) Parvin C. Lee, pastor j Sunday school—9:45 a. m. I Worship service—11 a. m. Evangelistic service—7:45 p., i #—#—#—*—* — *—#—*—#—# i * DINE & DANCE at the SILVER CAVE Back to old prices. Ice cold bottled and draught beer, soft drinks and sandwiches, lOc, Except orchestra nights. MORRISON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 65 Lincoln River Bureau to Meet The Lincoln River Community Farm bureau will meet Friday evening, Oct. 13, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Ludeman, Fountain, route 1. The discussion topic for this meeting will be "What's Wrong with Agriculture?" with H. P. Anderson leading the discussion. A good attendance is desired. Pauline Moore, June Gale, Salley Blane, Douglas Fowlcy, Douglas Dumbrillc "CHARLIE CHAN AT TREASURE ISLAND" FOR TOMORROW'S MEMORIES When you choose a memorial, you ate treating memories for all thos« who come after. Because of our lonu experience and skill we think we can help you In this Important decision. Lrt us explain to you the many types of designs, the ways of judclne lasting quality—even though at the time you have no thought of making a memorial purchase. CHAS. C. CASWELL Ludington Ave. Phone 11 Bill Elliott in "LAW COMES TO JTEXAS" SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, Oct. 8-9-10 2 Sunday Matinees, 3 and 5. "We guarantee to refund to any patron who docs not agree ithat 'The UNDER-PUP' is {grand entertainment." ...To refund le ony pe- rron who do*i not ogr«« th0l "Th« Und«r-Pop" I* Grand EnUrtolnmtnll *Rottf1 *N«m CUMMINGS • GREY 'GLORIA JEAN .. TKf UtWR-PUP * MHJLAH CONDI * VIRGINIA WIIDUR * MARGARET LINDSAY * C AUIREY SMITH * BILLY GILBERT * ANN OIILIS A JOE PASTERNAK PRODUCTION •*—* — *• accompanied on the accordion by Richard Pehrson, was enjoyed. A series of interesting motion pictures were shown bv Dr G L. Wright. *—#- *—#—# — u._*_ # _ 4( ._ 4 i Everybody Welcome ' at The Polish Hall Sunday Evening, 8 o'clock. Benefit of St. Stanislaus' church. GIVE THE FOLKS A TREAT with of SUNDAY a heaping dish that delicious GIBBS' SUPER RICH ICE CREAM 29C quart FRESH SWEET CIDER, 20c gallon GIBBS' MARKET Phone 66 *' * *i *'• * TRADE IN YOUR OLD JALOPY RAZOR AT Sahlmark's Pharmacy Get *2.75 on purchase of NEW 19 40 Schick CAPTAIN WORLD'S FASTEST DRY-SHAVER $3.75 ALLOWANCE to owners of.old Schick Dry Shavers COME IN TODAY! ... OFFER GOOD LIMITED TIME ONLY! Be Wise! Buy Our Coal and Save Our Quality Coal Is Always Dry, Always Fresh from the Mines and Shipped by Rail! WE ALSO SELL COKE. L. A. Hawley 6c Sons Phone 207 1. 2. I 3. 4. 5. REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FOUNTAIN STATE BANR of Fountain in the State of Michigan at the close of business on October 2, 1939. Published in accordance with a call made by the Federal Reserve Bank of this district pursuant to the provisions of the Federal Reserve Act and by the Commissioner of the Banking Department pursuant to the provisions of Section 82 of the Michigan Financial Institutions Act. ASSETS Dollars Cts. Loans and discounts (Including no overdrafts) .. $ 93,400.95 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 9,100.00 Obligations of States and political subdivisions .. 1,500.00 Other bonds, notes, and debentures 5,053.00 Corporate stocks (including $1,000 stock of Federal Reserve bank) 1,000.00 6. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash items in process of collection .. 70,523.70 7. Bank premises owned $2,000, furniture and fixtures $500 2,500.00 12. TOTAL ASSETS $183,077.65 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 37,122.74 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 100,869.50 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 10,121.28 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS $148,113.52 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obligations shown below) $148,113.52 #-~#-rft—#—» •- *—#—#—#_ If you are suffering from Colds or Sinus Trouble SEE i I ***>>^^^<":<-:«^<"!'**^**'{'<«<'*»>*'5'*<'*"&^^<.'!'^*^*«.*<.***<«**«!"j«* I NOTICE! ! f £ Have You Ever Eaten A I "SUZI-Q'ed" •* POTATO No?—Well we are serving these remarkable new cut potatoes. It's absolutely the latest method of pre- t in looks Dr. C..A. Petersonj CHIROPRACTOR Corner Loomis and Harrison Street Phone 495 I i •»* A . . . • * paring potatoes, making them very different and taste, golden brown and very good. EAT THEM AT The Broadway Cafe Ludington's Smartest Cafe CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital* 25,000.00 7,000.00 2,964.13 25. 26. Surplus , 27. Undivided profits 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 34,964.13 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS.. $183,077.65 *This bank's capital consists of common stock with total par value of $25,000. MEMORANDA 34. (a) On date of report the required legal reserve against deposits of this bank was 10,712.75 (b) Assets reported above which were eligible as legal reserve amounted to $70,523.70 I, H. J. Gregory, Cashier of th« above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and that it fully and correctly represents the true state of the several matters herein contained and set forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief. H. J. GREGORY, Cashier. Correct.—Attest: FRED W. REEK, HENRY C. ARP, C. W. SPENCER, Directors, State of Michigan, County of Mason, as: Sworn to and subscribed, before me this 5th day of October, 1939, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. GUY I*. DODD, Notary Public. My commission expires Jan. 21, 1941. l fe

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