Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 19, 1963 · Page 10
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10 (Salesfeura Registfi*Mait r (aalesburd> 111* Thursday, Seph J9, 1963 Biggsville News Briefs BIGGSVILLE — The September hostess committee of the Country Club has something in store for members in the form of a trip. They were asked to take a dish of food and be at the Biggsville United Presbyterian Church by 11:30 a.m. Sept. 18. Dessert, rolls and coffee are being furnished by the hostesses. The Happy Hour Club will hold its meeting Sept. 18 at 2 p.m. at the South Henderson Church. Mrs. Janet Cole is hostess. Mrs. Merle Renken, Mrs. Ray Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weir and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Milroy were among those who attended a supper at Smithshire Sept. 10. The supper was sponsored by members of the WSCS at Liberty Chapel. Mrs. Blanche Bible visited her sisters, Mrs. Bently Ballard, Mrs. Hugh Roudebrush and brother Wayne Hillyer at Plymouth. Another sister, Mrs. Clifford Davison of Indianapolis, Ind., was a guest in the same home. Mrs. Bible is visiting this week with her brother, Ben Hillyer and family at Swan Creek. Mrs. C. C. Ash of Seaton was a dinner guest Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rhoades and later attended club with Mrs. • Rhoades. Russell Liston, assistant cashier at the Biggsville First State Bank and Danny Adair of Kirkwood ieft Wednesday from Burlington for service in the Army at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo SWEETIE PIE By N a dine Seltzer « nO * NO. We. 9-/9 f'He alwa*t excuaw himself a^M* »> utt8 *•****** READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! List Guests at Henderson Home HENDERSON — Mrs. Jack Halverson and daughter of Park Forest visited Mrs. Halverson's mother, Mrs. Harold Nelson, the past week. Mrs. Alta Schroeder is a patient in Cottage Hospital. Mrs. J. A. Bloomer entered Cottage Saturday. The Henderson postmaster, Mrs. Harold Nelson, was off work a few days. Mrs. Harold Erickson relieved her while she was absent. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Reams left Monday for Chicago to attend the funeral for her mother, Mrs. Anna Berg, who died unexpectedly Sunday. Vacationers Return to Gilson Home GILSON - Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Walker returned Thursday from an 11-day vacation through the Southwest. Their trip took them to San Diego and the Los Angeles area and several stops were made, including a visit with Mrs. Walker's aunt, Mrs. Claude Venamon at Colorado Springs. Mrs. Charlotte Hodge kept store and served the lunch counter while the Walkers were away. Mrs. Anna Rosine and her son Ben of Knoxville spent Wednesday at Farmington with Mr. and Mrs. Irby Johnson and family. Mrs. Feme Mitchell, niece of the late Dr. H. C. McKown has returned to her home in Prairie Village, Kan. Mrs. Nellie K. Epple, a cousin who leaches in Chicago returned home to Warrensville. Mrs. Guy Ferguson, a sister, left Wednesday to visit in Chicago and Milwaukee before returning to her home in McMinnville, Ore. Mrs. Bessie Howe of Muscatine has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Todd of Pinckneyville were overnight guests at the home of their nephew and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Brown Friday. Curtis McCoy returned home Thursday from Cottage Hospital, where he had been a patient the last several days. OCT OUR WAY-By 1. R. WllUami UH.THAMfc*, YOU BOfc/fHAVK TO WALK AW oorrAuoNt/ i'6'2 APPLIANCES O.T/s THIRD FLOOR HOOVER Washer-Spin Dryer BRAND NEW! COMPLETELY DIFFERENT! 149 ,s Fast! Compact! Portable! Efficient! Yes, really fast! This new Hoover will wash, rinse, and spifMlry a 6 pound load of clothes in just 8 minutes. Spin-dry one load while another washes. You'll find room for it in the kitchen, bath, or utility room. And it serves as extra counter space when not in use. Move the Hoover Washer anywhere on big easy-rolling casters. Roll it up to the sink to wash, then back to the comer out of the way. Washes a full 6 pounds of clothes...and uses just 10 gallons of water to do it. Has a suds-saver, too I Lifetime STAINLESS STEEL wash tub. ftep in Friday, ftp). 20 and see Dyas ftaur, Hoover Factory Representative, demonstrate this Washer-Spin Dryer. APPLIANCES THIRD FLOOR ALL,60I.Pie,OUt> PAL-SINCE H *yiN '1 »MAk6A OOOt> IMPRESSION ON THATMevvefKL txxm ^HE STREET, "TH* STU* PIPER WE LOOK i THB BGTTER fT'LL MAKE YOU LOOK/ VEAH/ NEVER LEAVE rr BE SAID WE LET A MtlENP CC5WN |fj TIME OFNEEW 1 LOOK SLOPPY EN0U6H? * V". p ***** THE BOOSTER* 1-11 ""' ... - BI»MU.W.TM.««M.>»WI. Meeting Year Opened by ruon Club Maqi MAQUON — The Spoon Sisters Club held its initial meeting of the new club year Thursday when it met at the home of Mrs. Arthur Cowman. Mrs. Clarence Cooper gave the thought for the day. Mrs. Laverne Cowman, president, directed plans made to hold a sale of clothing of all kinds, household articles and food. The sale will be held at the Maquon Park Sept. 30. Mrs. Don Willey received the door prize and game prizes were won by Mrs. Darlene Anell, Mrs. Rosemary Cowman, Mrs. Pat Washabaugh, and Mrs. Eileen Cowman. Mrs. Clarence Cooper was in charge of the games. M&quon Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooper recently attended birthday par ties for their granddaughter Merry Beth Fishel at Knoxville Gerlaw Church Cabinet Is Organized GERLAW — A pastor's cabinet has been formed at the Gerlaw Christian Church. The members are R. W. Edwards, Harlan Terpening, Mrs. Wayne Meadows and Mrs. Doris Haynes. New committee leaders of the Gerlaw Christian Church are: Finance, Lloyd Winbigler; education, Harlan Terpening; membership and Evangelism, Raymond Sheppard; building and grounds, Dale Ryner; service, Ethel Boostroom; worship and choir, Elizabeth Terpening. The Sunday school and church services have gone back on the 10 and 11 a.m. schedule. Last Sunday the Chi Rho and CYF age groups were invited to the Norwood Church for supper and fellowship. The research team went to the Galesburg State Research Hos pital Tuesday. The women of the church were invited to the 5th annual silver tea at North Henderson church Sept. 10. The District 1 convention will be held at the Abingdon Christian Church. Those interested were asked to see Ruth Sheppard for tickets. The Tri-County CMF will hold its regular meeting at the Abingdon church Sept. 18. A fish fry will be held Sept. 21 at the Keithsburg Christian Church. It is the annual CMF fish fry served family style. Ruth Sheppard is handling tickets. and grandson Jeffrey Mohr in Galesburg. Both grandchildren were celebrating their eighth birthdays. The Good Cheer Club will hold its wiener roast at the lake on the Warren Stevans farm. Each member was asked to take table service, buns and wieners. In case of rain it will be held at the Maquon church. Ed Youngberg of Maquon, who has worked the second shift at the Yates City depot since January, 1962 will work the first shift from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., starting Sept. 30. He succeeds Arthur Rector, who held that position 30 years. Mayor Rector died Aug. 23. So that you may have first choice ot aeata before refit- to* box office tale start*. Send letter REGISTER-MAIL 140 S. Prairie ttatlng number and price of seat* desired and choice I of performance. Enclose {check or money order to- J «ether with a stamped, self* addressed envelope for Send letter to the Mail Orders Get Priority Th.. 0-.qm.il telephone Reservations Accepted at GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL 140 S. Prairie St. phone m-im THE COLOSSUS OF STAGE PRODUCTIONS JOSEF MEIER rind n Huqo Cos") BLACK HILLS READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! "-«rp W .e^..^-« t ^^ e8l . \ Name- 8 Address. . s . Phone. • /.... Zone— bta !VfMiii«»"«-- • City- "...-••i*— sponsored by the GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL September 29 & 30 at the GALESBURG HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM SUNDAY MATINEE - SEPT. 29 - 2:30 P.M. EVENINGS - 8 P.M. PRICES $2.75 - |2.20 • $1.60 Tax Included STUDENT MATINEE - MONDAY, SEPT. 30 — 12:45 P.M. PRICES 75c Tax Included iMaC Order and Exchange Ticket Reservations Accepted Now| OR REPORT OF CONDITION of The Farmers and Mechanics Bank of Galesburg in the State of Illinois at the close of business on September 10, 1963. Published in Response to Call of The Director of Financial Institutions of the State of Illinois. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection $ 2,338,561.12 2. United States Government obligations -.$4,858,220.31 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions $2,049,610.00 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures $ 399,750.00 5. Total securities $7,307,580.31 7,307,580.31 24,000.00 7. Corporate stocks (including $24,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve Bank) 8. Loans and discounts (including $2930.21 overdrafts) $3,953,789.68 3,953,789.68 10. Bank premises owned $103,322.32, furniture and fixtures .- $ 416.81 103,739.13 14. Other assets 9,903.20 $13,737,573.44 .$ 6,391,764.04 15. TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES 16. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 17. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partner ships, and corporations — 4,508,921.28 18. Deposits of U.S. Government (including postal sav tags) 96,858.« 19. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 1,236,908.50 20. Deposits of banks 62,924 89 21. Certified and officers' checks, etc 55,131.38 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS $12,352,508.52 (a) Total demand deposits $7,814,052.34 (b) Total time and savings deposits $4,538,456,18 26. Other liabilities 20,000.00 27. TOTAL LIABILITIES $12,372,508.52 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 28. Capital: (a) Common stock, total par value $200,000.00 $ 200,000.00 29. Surplus . 600,000.00 30. Undivided profits 339,024.09 31. Reserves , 226,040.83 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .$ 1,365,064.32 33. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $13,737,573,44 I, C. F. Hunter, Cashier, of the 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. CORRECT—ATTEST: C. F. HUNTER F. O. GUSTAFSON H. V. D. WILSON pirectors State of Illinois, County of Knox—ss.: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 18th day of September, 1963. SEAL My commission expires March 12, 1966. Mary T. Webber, Notary Public m APPLIANCES O.T.'s THIRD FLOOR 964 i ff HANDCRAFTED QUALITY TV S3' overall <Jiaj. picture meal., 280 sq. In. rectangular plolura are* NO MONEY DOWN Use Your Beautiful Contemporary lo-boy console in grained Walnut color, grained Mahogany color or grained Blond Oak color. Zenith "Fin Cooled" Power Transformer. 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