The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on December 20, 1957 · Page 6
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fix 1 GIFT SUGGESTIONS M "Si I Christmas Pageant At Church of God FORREST (PNS) The Forrest Church of God will present PUBLIC SALE Of tha Perianal Property f th Lata Frank Irani, at tha Realdenea, In Cengerville, III. Saturday. Dec. 21 l-.uo p. m. Bhon Toel, Garden Tooli, Eleetrla Tabla Saw, Drill Praai, Garaea Traetara, Pawer Uwi Mawar, Capper-Clad Combination Gaa A Caal 1 Ran(e, Beater, 75-rallaa Fael Tank, Baiek Car, 1951 Special, Dynaflaw. Mlaeellanaaai Kama. TERMS CASH Earl G. Irons, Executor Henry lfriefand, Aactlaneer. 'i i T . - from READ'S TOYLAND ita rTiristma tirOETam. A iJaEe-l 'ft i -r ...... 'v'A , WHEEL TOYS 0 Tractors O Wagons O Tricycles jj O Scooters O Doll Buggies Si ant of the First Christmas," at, 7:30 p. m. Sunday. I All departments of the Sunday , School will participate. Mrs. Milton Farney is chairman with Mrs. j Leola Beran assisting. The annual Christmas birthday offering for Missionary causes will be taken at the 10:45 morning service. Dad's tr Work Table 4 ,? Jja-; "A,! VV xtm $10 t Pantagraph, Bloomington, III., Frl., Dec. 20, 1957. 1- ! frit iVr: - -.!-i WW K j.V.tt..J.WW..,..By....y. , 4 MY w .JV mdH mm Mm 65 MV Only J H l 3 V GAMES The New "Racko" Children's Hour Careers Clue TV Games Chess Sets Plus Hundreds of Others From READ'S HOBBY SHOP ; Colored Pencil i Drawing Sets 3 piece $1.00 14 piece $1.50 8 piece ..$2.50 GDLBERT HOBBY SETS ancROscoPEs 31 O ERECTOR All sets are an education for lboys and girls alike. MODELS AIRPLANES AUTOMOBILES SHIPS TANKS Priced From 10c - $20.00 fit ft ft (Open Till 9 P. M. Friday, Saturday Monday) W. B. READ & CO. 109 N. Slain Srd Floor 7 S J, w 11 T. S $3 m no & Gift Suggestions Walnut or Grey Limed Oak Cedar Chests Liirnm......tf V lW.a8gl aZailii&l.tn, a?,..,. ..rf ., .rawdjjy Tornado Topples Wafer Tower Murphysboro W A tornado caused at least nine sheared off the top of the city water tower. It is deaths in this Southern Illinois city Wednesday and shown crumpled at the right of the tower's base, created extensive property damage. The twister Shells of homes the tornado wrecked can be seen. AFTER 23 YEARS First National Trust Liquidation Completed KENNEY Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Padgett, accompanied by their son, Russell Padgett and his family of Weldon, were to leave Thursday to spend Christmas with relatives in California. ) Free 16-Pc I China Set Service for 4 O 2 ALL RUBBER CAR MATS ASH TRAYS 4 MIXING BOWLS TV FOLDING SNACK TABLES O MAGAZINE RACKS O MAIL BOX rirrc O 12-QT ALL PLASTIC UTILITY PAIL OiriJ 0 PLUSH STUFFED ANIMALS Lquidating trustees of the First National Bank and Trust Company Thursday announced distribution of a final liquidating dividend totaling $51,838.66, or $17.54 for each outstanding share. Checks were mailed Thursday evening to the remaining 37 shareholders. The current distribution represents the liquidation of all remaining assets of value of the bank and trust company, the trustees explained. Recovery by shareholders rose to $80.29 per $100 share with Thursday's payment. Previously all depositors claims had been paid. The bank and trust company went into voluntary liquidation in 1934 after being closed by order of President Roosevelt at the time of the so-called "bank holiday." Grover C. Helm, Charles S. Kirkpatrick and Ned E. Dolan were appointed trustees to liquidate the assets of the bank for the benefit of its 6,600 depositors and other creditors. Seven liqui dating distributions were made to the depositors resulting in payment in full of all claims by Dec. 16, 1937. Twelve liquidating dividends were paid to shareholders be-twen 1939 and Dec. 1, 1947. They totaled $188,250, or 62 per cent of the total face value of the original stock. Following the death of Mr. Helm Oct. 27, 1955, Clifford Cool-idge was appointed a trustee. A check for the total amount of the final distribution was delivered by the trustees to Dana F. Rollins, the only surviving mem-jber of a Shareholders' Liquida-jtion Committee originally includ ing W. C. . Spafford and B. A. Franklin. Individual shareholders' checks then were issued by Mr. Rollins. Distribution of the final liquidation dividend will permit the closing of the books of the trust, the trustees explained. WENONA FfiAM nilRRFP THROW P HWC corduroy I VHI'I IIWWWa.il IIIIIVII I ILbVIIJ Covered 1. BEAUTIFUL, TABLE LAMPS with double tier Fiber-glas shades PLASTIC HASSOCKS, many styles. 2 SMART BOUDOIR LAxMPS BRASS FLEXARM DESK LAMPS. MAHOGANY TELEPHONE or CLOCK SHELF WROUGHT LRON WHAT NOT SHELVES FULL LENGTH DOOR MIRROR MAHOGANY STEP TABLES TV STANDS TELEVISION LAMPS, many to choose from SMOKING STANDS which sold for $5.00. DOLL STROLLER complete with DOLL BRASS AND WROUGHT IRON WASTE BASKETS MAHOGANY MAGAZINE RACKS 0 Samsonite Csrd Tables, 7.98 vLJ-fr1 GIFTS Orval A x 1 i n e was reported Wednesday to be a surgical patient at Methodist Hospital in Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nelson and her sister, Miss Hattie Lundgren of N ormal, left Thursday for Florida where they will .spend several months. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Metzger of Wenona and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Metzger and daughter, Nancy, of Canton will leave Friday for Florida where they will spend two weeks. . FIREPLACE and Cannel Coal! Call 4-3035 PARKER BROS. 923 E. Grove St. 10 L M.i7 P. M. Ree. $47.95 45-Pc. li CI ai A T UNBREAKABLE PlLLPlAv Service for 8, Now on Sale. . . DLNNERWARE $1095 29 7-Dr. Kneehole RCClf Mahogany VbJil or Maple 29 95 The youngsters will love these Solid Maple BUNKS Complete with t Fine Innerspring Mattresses, Only ... $98 (1) COCKTAIL CHAIRS Reg. $34.95 ea. Pair for just (2) SWIVEL CHAIRS LOUNGE CHAIRS. High back. $ Foam cushion (3) LOUNGE CHAIR Supported plastic ... (4) SWIVEL ROCKERS Reversible seat cushions Wrought Iron SWIVEL CHAIRS RECLINING CHALKS Reduced to '59.00 OUNGE 79.95 '49.95 '49.95 '12.95 '59.95 '49.95 BIG WING CHAIRS with foam sides CHANNEL BACK CHALKS. Very smart! Chairs start as low as $9.95 EASIEST TERMS ANYWHERE 24.95 S SUM Munsing wear's $5.00 Open Till 9 P. M. Till Christmas Eve (Longs, $5.50) invite you to warm, comfortable sleeping Free Gift Wrapping! Munslngwear knits them of fine, soft cotton... with snug wrist and ankle bands. You'll like their easy fit, too. Select from good looking two-color combinations. P. S. . . . patented non-sag neckband is NYLON -reinforced. U. S. Pat. No. 3.51 1,685 114-116 S. Main St. Phone 3-6205 The Only Local Men's Store Giving "S&H" Green Stamps! Home Furnishings Ideas in FA31ILY WEEKLY 111 N. MAIN ST. This Christmas give the present with a future-. U. S. SAVINGS BONDS Here's a gift someone you love will appreciate when you give it and years later, too. For U. S. Savings Bonds increase in value every year. And in the years to come your gift will be an important help toward a big step in life... a college education, for instance. We'll be glad to issue the denomination Bond you wish to give and furnish a special gift envelope to give it in. Why not stop in for one this week? And while you're here, we hope you'll look over the other services we offer... Christmas and Vacation Clubs . . . Checking and Savings Accounts . . . Safety Deposit Boxes... Trust Management and many more. SAFE AS AMERICA... U. S. SAVINGS BONDS The V. S. Government does not pay for this advertising. The Treasury Department thanks, for their patriotic donation, the Advertising Council and FUNK DROS. SEED CO. 'I' l -MOTT Phone 7-A235 3D? S. Lee, Bloomingtoa Your Home Improvement Shopping Center (MM MONTGOMERY WARD SATURDAY, DEC. 21ST AND MONDAY, DEC. 23RD FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE DEMONSTRATION AUTOMATIC FRYPAN America's favorite! Prepares everything from a quick breakfast to a family-size meal the quick, easy, controlled heat way. And everything you cook tastes and looks better. In standard, medium (in colors) large, and super sizes. Glass or vented metal covers available. Sifibeam AUTOMATIC GTnbofM even Heat SAUCEPAN Simmer-Safe Controlled Heat eliminates pot watching prevents burning reduces meat shrinkage up to 23. Water-sealed unit, la S and 5 qt sizes. 1 izAn I SEEC Smbeiim AUTOMATIC PERCOLATOR Set-it, forget-it Makes finest percolator coffee automatically. Keeps coffee serving hot Solid copper with heavy nickel and chrome plating for lasting beauty. Will not corrode. RADIANT CONTROL TOASTER The only completely automatic toaster! Patented RADIANT CONTROL gives uniform toast whether bread is thick or thin, frozen or fresh, rye or white. AUTOMATIC WAFFLE BAKER & GRILL Only the Sunbeam ". operates with Radiant 1 Tl.i'. 1 li t tJLriil perlect waffles and grilled sandwiches, as well ae bacon, eggs, pancakes, etc. SUNBEAM FREE SUNBEAM CONTROLLED HEAT FRY PAN Just Register Dec. 21st or 23rd. No Purchase Necessary HOUSEWARES DEPT. BASEMENT jP))

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