Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 8, 1963 · Page 10
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 10

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 8, 1963
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fO jSqjesbuffl ReQister^ Monday, July J,J963 New Windsor Scout Leader h Honored NEW WINDSOR - Mrs. Dean Foster, one of the leaders of the Girl Scout Troop 427, was completely surprised when she entered the American Legion Hall Wednesday to find the troop had arranged a party marking her birthday anniversary which occurred July 2. Mrs. Poster was made Queen for the Day. Beekie Bodeen gave a reading; the Jolly Jokers patrol sang songs; Pamela Foster and Kay Brown presented the anniversary cake and Kathy Spenco served as attendant to the queen. A large anniversary card was signed by the troop for their leader. Griffin Aid Meets The members of the Griffin Ladies Aid who met July 3, at the home of Mrs. Dean Friichtenicht cancelled the August meeting and decided to meet Sept. H, also at the home of Mrs. Dean Friichte­ nicht. Thirteen members and Florence Patterson, a guest, were present Wednesday with Mrs. Hazel Friichtenicht, the hostess. Mrs. Clarence Anderson conducted devotions. Mrs. George Peterson was in charge of the recreation and presented the awards. Bunco Club Mrs. Emery Ziegenhorn was hostess to the Bunco Club July 3. Game awards were received by Mrs. Corwin Bopp and Mrs. C. Ernest Johnson. MCOBY ON BRIDGE Match Players Take Chances By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. One of the main differences between match point duplicate and rubber bridge is that a duplicate player can take any sort of wild gamble with the certain knowledge that all it can cosl him is a bottom score on one board NOKTII 4 A73 VQ32 • 6 4J97642 WEST (D) CAST AQ AK1092 VK10874 VJ95 • KQJ753 4A10984 + K *5 SOUTH A J8654 V A6 • 2 • AQ1083 North and South vulnerable West North East South 1 ¥ Pass 1 A Pass 2 • Pass 4 V 4 4 Pass Pass Double Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—• K News Notes Of Oquawka OQUAWKA - Mr. and Mrs. Delabar and Mrs. Tee and Miss Marjorie drove from Monroe to Geneva Sunday to visit the former's son, James W. Delabar Jr. and children. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Majors of Freeman, Mo., spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. George Thye. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Hawkinson of Monroe, Wis., were dinner guests of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Delabar Sr. Tuesday. Past Matrons Club Mrs. Helen Cisna of Gladstone was hostess to the Past Matrons Club, Order of the Eastern Star of Oquawka Tuesday. Mrs. Ruth Galbraith read a pa- r , _ „ per which had been written by king and East led his singleton l\if.. n Hif J _ rr si i , i t while a rubber bridge player, might have to mortgage the family home to pay off his losses if j he tried anything of this sort. At duplicate, when East followed his one spade response to Ids partner's opening heart bid with a jump to four hearts South decided that he was being fixed. In certain circles a psychic spade response is used after partner opens with one heart and South decided that East had made such a bid. So South took a deep| breath and dived to a four-spade, contract. East doubled and now South stood by his guns. West opened the king of diamonds and for some reason or other East let him hold the trick. West shifted to a heart and South went up with dummy's queen. When this held only a couple more tilings were necessary to bring home the four-spade contract. South cashed dummy's ace of J spades and dropped West's queen. A second spade was won by East's | Mrs. Maude II. Cooper, and read club, •at a former meeting, she having South studied a while and rose reviewed the minutes of the meet- with the ace. When the king drop- ing of the club since its organization Nov. 29, 1949. Mrs. Cooper died in May 1963. READ THE WANT ADS! ped South cashed his jack of I spades, conceded one more spade | trick and chalked up „790 points and a thoroughly undeserved top score. ici luve °P en Mon - lUllNE S and Fri. DEPARTMENT 1TOII yjj 9'00 July Formfit 20% Off Sale FAMOUS UPLIFT! ROMANCE BRA 566 B W $ 1 59 or 3/ $ 469 lasling lifll Cups are cirde-stilched with nylo-braid for shaping and support. Generous elastic front band release for comfort and fit. Care-free cotton. White. A32 to C3S. SEMIANNUAL Formfit Sole 20% OFF REGULAR PRICE AT KLINE'S. No Money Down —-Up to Six Full Months to Poy. SKIPPIES LYCRA* LONGLEG 814 Lightweight waistline design •>> s > ...... » g control built-in. Pre!!, lace fre-t r.i •.• tot; firm satin elastic cac* 0.1 ... i\:e. S-M.L. •(eg. duPont liadem&rk "MONEY ON THE MOVE" FIDELITY FEDERAL'S REPORT TO GALESBURG FIDELITY FEDERAL, your specialized savings association now in its 70th year of service, continued to set records during the first six months of 1963. Invested savings reached a new high of $29,022,184.22 as thousands saved for a new home; retirement or other goals. These thrifty folks were rewarded substantially with earnings of $565,000 paid during the six month period. Savings made funds available for home lending so that more families could live better in their own homes, more workers found employment in building and allied industries, and more consumers had money to spend. Home loans advanced by us now amount to $28,642,923.10. Our officers and directors are fully informed about housing and home financing needs of. our area. They are determined that our Association, in every way, shall assist families in the building of personal security. » FINANCIAL | STATEMENT June 30,1963 Assets Liabilities ASSETS First Mortgage Loans $28,642,923.10 Loans on Savings Accounts 72,179.71 Home Improvement Loans 150,870.81 Real Estate Sold on Contract -—-. 12,804.41 Real Estate Owned 37,008.42 Federal Home Loan Bank Stock 450,000.00 Federal Home Loan Bank Bonds 250,100.00 U. S. Government Obligations 2,366,357.04 Other Investment Securities 370,027.27 Cash on Hand and in Banks 501,559.16 Office Building and Equipment, Less Depreciation 345,276.18 Deferred Charges and Other Assets 88,078.36 TOTAL $33,287,184.46 CAPITAL and LIABILITIES Savings Accounts $29,022,184.22 Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago 1,200,000.00 Loans in Process — 259,767.20 Advance Payments by Borrowers For Taxej and Insurance . 213,674.10 Other Liabilities 61,179.78 Specific Reserves ., 7,902.61 General Reserves 1,848,379.36 Undivided Profits 674,097.19 TOTAL $33,287,184.46 t &RNINGS *2 MAIN AND CHERRY STREETS savings and loan association \ of galesburg loroy Williamson President Roy H. Pearson Vico Prosidont OFFICERS I Ot FIDELITY FIDIRAL SAVINGS I mm J Julian Mack Vico Prosidont Hugh N. Stogall Soc rota ry-Troasu ror Richard P. Strador Assistant Socrotary Donald V. Ronson Assistant Socrotary 4

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