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Little York Vacationers Find Illinois Crops Tops LITTLE YORK - Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Boock returned home Thursday from a vacation which took them through the Badlands. Black Mills of South Dakota, Wyoming and to Colorado where they visited Boock's sister, Mrs. Elmore Bridges and family in Canon City. In Colorado Springs, Colo., they visited Mrs. Boock's cousin, Mrs. George B. Scott and husband. On their return home they came through New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Iowa, visiting sev eral points of interest. They re port crops in Illinois look better than in any other state they vis ited. Little York Sriefs Mrs. Keith Carson has been substituting as kindergarten REPORT OF CONDITION of Bank of Galesburg 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 - $ 1,949,470.79 2. United States Government obligations ... $4,143,996.09 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions $ 878,363.41 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures ....$ 224,875.00 5. Total securities $5,247,234.50 5,247,234.50 7. Corporate stocks (including $12,750.00 stock of Federal Reserve Bank) 12,750.00 8. Loans and discounts (including $701.08 overdrafts) $1,614,331.92 9. Less reserve for bad debts $ 137,160.63 1,477,171.29 10. Bank premises owned $1.00, furniture and fixtures $1-00 2.00 11. Real estate owned other than bank premises 1.00 14. Other assets (item 6 of "Other Assets" schedule) 4,113.50 15. TOTAL ASSETS $8,690,743.08 LIABILITIES 16. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $ 4,168,262.23 17. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 2,828,395.79 18. Deposits of U.S. Government (including postal savings) - 160,156.62 19. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 755,285.85 21. Certified and officers' checks, etc 22,435.84 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS (items 16 to 21) $7,934,536.33 (a) Total demand deposits $5,040,140.54 (b) Total time and savings deposits. .$2,894,395.79 27. TOTAL LIABILITIES $.7,934,536.33 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 28. Capital: (a) Common stock, total par value $125,000.00 $ 125,000.00 29. Surplus 300,000.00 30. Undivided profits 281,206.75 31. Reserves 50,000.00 32. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 756,206.75 33. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $8,690,743.08 I, Lambert Peterson, Cashier and Trust Officer, 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: LAMBERT PETERSON SAM COFFMAN SIG. B. NELSON L. H. STREEDAIN Directors State of Illinois, County of Knox, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me.this 18th day of September, 1963. SEAL My commission expires Sept. 23, 1964 Violet Fielder, Notary Public teacher for Mrs. Robert Hale whose husband had been a patient at the Iowa City University Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stripe have returned from a few days visit at Saginaw, Mich, with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ward. Dean Talbott who is stationed at Fort Wayne Base at Detroit Mich., has returned there after visiting his wife, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Talbott, and other relatives the past 12 days. Mrs. Dean Talbott has return ed to her home in Cambridge after visiting relatives here while her husband was on leave George Bratton spent several days recently in the Monmouth Hospital, where he received treatment. He is feeling much better but will not return to his duties as janitor at the York wood schools for a few days. Mrs. Ethel Baron© of Chicago has returned to her home after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. McKay for several days. William Damewood is a patient at the Veteran's Hospital at Iowa City. His address is in care of the Veterans Hospital, 5 West, Iowa City, Iowa. Mrs. Paul Fredrickson enter' tained the Farmerettes Wednesday at an all-day meeting. Work was done for the Warren Achievement School. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Campbell and Mrs. Mary Nichol vis ited recently in Minnesota at the home of their sister, Mrs. John Gould and husband, and in Aberdeen, S.D., with a cousin, Fred Watson and wife. Mrs. Roger Boock accompanied Mrs. Cecil Miller of Alexis to Norfolk, Va., recently when the latter took her daughter there to be with her husband, who is stationed at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grabowski Jr. and family have returned to Rome, N.Y., after visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Damewood Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grabowski Sr. Thursday supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Melvin were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Quinn of Roseville. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Stoutt entertained Mr. and Mrs. Howard Martin of Seattle, Wash., at dinner Thursday. Mrs. Kenneth Welch, Mrs. Wiley Clark and Mrs. James Garland were hostesses Thursday at Little Cedar United Presbyterian Church when the Women's Association met. Worship service was given by Mrs. Leslie Dixon and Mrs. Kenneth Reynolds gave the lesson. Mrs. . Don Greer and son Vaughn of Adair spent Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Alvin Bellinger. mproved Area New York City spent $30 million to improve the neighborhood of U.N. headquarters, which was slum and slaughterhouse area before the world organization moved in. . 86 PB00F KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY DISTILLED AND BOTTLED BY THE JAMES B. BEAM 0ISTIUING CO.. CLERMONT. BEAM. KENTUCKY In Illinois, people have a taste for good living... If you have a taste for good living, you'll enjoy the taste of Jim Beam. It's leisurely distilled to the same for- inula originally created by Jacob Beam back in 1795. The smooth, light Kentucky straight bourbon that fills your leisure moments with pleasure. Taste it Enjoy it Only Beam tastes like Beam. Only Beam tastes so good. and Jim Beam, Illinois' No. 1 Selling Bourbon, is part of the scene* WORTHY OP YOUR TRUST gas W Math. THE WORLD'S FINEST BOURBON SINCE 179$ Win in Show At Milwaukee CAMBRIDGE — James Reed and his daughter Nancy both received high placings at the Midwest All-Arabian Horse Show itt Milwaukee, Wis., over the weekend. Miss Reed, riding Shalimar Jiffy, placed second in the Arabian Pleasure Horse, second in the Junior Equitation, second in the children's Arabian Pleasure Horse and fifth in the Arabian Western Pleasure Horse Class. Reed, showing Razee, placed third in the first Arabian Open Cutting, first in the second phase and placed third in the finals. By Kate Osann Hymn of The Month HUDSON, Ohio (AP) - The "hymn of the month" is the Rev. Forrest York's method of acquainting members of Hudson Congregational Church with unfamiliar hymns. It's played the first week as an organ prelude, next as an offertory, sung by the choir the third week, the following Sunday the congregation sings it. Galesburg Register-Moil,Gqtesburg, III. Thursday, Sept 19, 1963 17 OFFICIAL SCHOOL JACKETS RED A WHITE ROYAL A WHITE GREEN A WHITE 12.95 Completely Washable LETTERED SWEATSHIRTS 2.88 ALL COLORS ALL SCHOOLS Border Crossings Including cases of multiple entry across the Canadian and "I don't care much for these big spectacle movies. They take so long I always overeat!" Mexican borders, a total of 173 million persons entered the United States, 95 million of them being aliens, during the year ended June 30, 1962, according to Britannica Book of the Year. WE CARRY A COMPLETE SUPPLY OP EMBLEMS, NUMERALS and AWARDS. Red, Blue, Gold, Green GYM BAGS _ 1.25 y . ArmET/Ct SPORTING GOODS T 39AND<i -5N .PHAiRiesi GALESBURG,ILL. . IOO FEET OFF V. •2T MAIN STREET \, y ENTRANCE OFF OTV PARKING LOT READ THE GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL WANT ADS Announcing Plymouth and Valiant for 1964 Sport Fury 2-door hardtop This good-looking 1964 Plymouth really gets up and goes and has a 5-year/50,000-mile warranty* to keep it going that way. This is the handsome full-size Plymouth for 1964. A few slow circles around it reveal the clean, simple, strong shape of the modern Plymouth. Newness is immediately apparent from the front, back, and profile, especially the new 2-door hardtop roof line shown above. Inside the car, more new beauty, and fabric strength to preserve that beauty. Then there is the special way this car performs. Thousands of laps around the Proving Grounds show that the 1964 Plymouth is quick, alert, vigorous-a sure bet to maintain Plymouth's performance superiority of the past two years. And there's the 5-year/ 50,000-mile engine and drive train warranty* that backs up the performance of all 26 models of Plymouth for 1964. In other words, if this is the year you picked to buy a new car, you picked a beautiful year to Get up and go Plymouth! Signet 200 2-door hardtop This smart-looking 1964 Valiant is a hummer in its own right and it's the low-priced compact with a 5-year/50,000-mile warranty! It would take an awful lot of compact to top Valiant/64 style, Take styling. The new Valiant is newest coming at you, with its completely redesigned grille. Valiant presents a new rear view, too, to admiring followers. All around the car, there is more charm than compacts are supposed to have. Take performance. The new Valiant's stand­ ard 101-hp engine is where the word "hummer" comes from; its optional 225-cu.-in. engine is where the word "good-bye" comes from. Take quality. A 5-year/50,000-mile warranty guards the performance of each new Valiant* Low price is the new Valiant's wrapper-upper, You could do a lot of looking around and never come up with a better value. It's at the same place you 'll find the new 1964 Plymouth ... at your nearby Plymouth-Valiant Dealer's, Valiant/64 style Best all-around compact * HERE'S HOW THE STRONG 5/50 WARRANTY PROTECTS PLYMOUTH AND VALIANT OWNERS: Chrysler Corporation warrant* for 5 year, or 60,000 mile*, whichever coma* first analrut defect. In material* and workmanship and will retface or repair at a Chrysler Motor* Corporation Authorized Dealer'* place of businoM, the engine block, head and internal part*, intake manifold 'water ourm IranamkSon case and internal part* (excluding manual clutch), torque convenor, drive shaft, universal joint*, rear axle and differential, and rear wheel bearing* of it* 1964 automobile* provided the owner ri ^'tha«™i™ oil changed every 3 month* or 4,000 mile*, whichever come* first, the oil filter replaced every second oil change and the carburetor air filter cleaned every 6 month* and replaced every 2lvear« andLa.v a month* furnisne* to *uch a dealer evidence of performance of the required service, and request* the dealer to certify (1) receipt or such evidence and (2) the car 1 * then current mileage Sea. Plymogth and Valiant In action on "The Bob Hope Show," the "World Series," and "The Huntley-Brinkley Report"—NBC-TV. SEE BOTH AT YOUR PLYMOUTH-VALIANT DEALER'S TO0AY MYMOUTH DIVISION 09 CHRYSLER fjfljf MOTORS CORPORATION WEAVER MOTORS 1611 GRAND AVENUE OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS

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