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18 Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesbyrg, III. Monday, Oct. 7, 1963 D E AT IIS AND FUNERALS CLAIRE NIESEN ENCINO, Calif. (UPI)-Funeral services are scheduled Tuesday for Claire Niesen, star of radio soap operas for 20 years. Miss Niesen succumbed to can cer Friday night. She was 40. The star of the former radio series "Mary Noble, Backstage Wife" for 14 years, Miss Niesen also created the role of "The Second Mrs. Burton" and was featured in "Life Can Be Beautiful" and "The Right to Happiness." GUSTAF GRUENDGENS MIAIMI (UPI) — Prof. Gustaf Gruendgens, 64, director of the Hamburg State Opera, was found dead in his hotel room early today. A spokesman at the West German Embassy here only said tJi death was due to "an accident." He said an autopsy was to be made probably Tuesday. MRS. DELLA RIGGS FLORA, 111. (UPI) — Services will be held Tuesday for Mrs. Delia Riggs, 104, who with her husband was one of 745 persons to survive the 1912 sinking of the ocean liner Titanic. Mrs. Riggs, who had been in the Clay County, Hospital since 1955, died Friday night. Her husband became wealthy when oil was discovered Monuments and Mausoleums McFAlL MONUMENTS Wisconsin Ruby Red Phone 342-6512 1801 W. Main SL Galesburg, flL Flowers. "Nature 's most beautiful memorial" • • on land he owned in southern Illinois and Louisiana. L. CLAY JOHNSON LOS ANGELES (UPI)-L. Clay Johnson,' chief accountant for Bing Crosby enterprises from 1932 to 1949, died Sunday at UCLA Medical Center. Private funeral arrangements were being made for the 68-year- old retired accountant. SIDNEY N. STROTZ GLENDALE, Calif. (UPI)-Fu- ncral services were held today for Sidney N. Strotz, former executive vice president of the National Broadcasting Company (NBC). Strontz, 65, died Friday night at Ojai Community Hospital after suffering a heart attack. MRS. TIMOTHY FRISBY Funeral services for Mrs. Timothy J. Frisby. 53, of 600 E. South St., who died Saturday at 10:20 p. m. in St. Mary's Hospital, will be held Wednesday at 9 a. m. in the Kimber and West Chapel. Friends may call Tuesday evening at the chapel, where the Rosary will be recited at 8 o'clock. Burial will be in East Linwood Cemetery. The former Mary Levina Lyons was born Oct. 31, 1909, in Fort Madison. She had resided at Wyoming 20 years and in Galesburg 15 years. Baptized in the Roman Catholic faith, she was educated in Catholic schools at Kewanee. She was married to Timothy Judson Frisby April 3, 1930, at Peoria. Survivors are her husband; five sons, William C. of Galva and Donald F., Timothy J., Dennis Joe and Gary Glenn, of Galesburg; five daughters, Mrs. Mary M. Craig of Wataga, Mrs. Mary Alice Reed and Mrs. Shirley D. Smith, of Kewanee, Mrs. Marie Dutton of Alexis and Mrs. Janet Lovelle of Galesburg; a brother, Chester Lyons of Denver, Colo.; two sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Hon- ncrick of Sheffield and Mrs. Helen Wheaton of Galesburg, and 23 grandchildren. mouth schools. His marriage to Geneva E. Long took place Feb. 28, 1959, at Abingdon, He served on the Monmouth Fire Department 29 years, retiring in July 1958 after eight years as chief of the department. He was a World War II veteran, having served in the European theater. He was a member of the First Methodist Church, J. W. Clendenin Post 2301 VFW, Monmouth Lodge 37 AF&AM, and Monmouth Low Twelve Club. Surviving are his widow; a stepdaughter; two brothers, Lewis, of Monmouth and Harry of Griffith, Ind., and a sister, Mrs. Katherine Hazelhurst of Long Beach, Calif. He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother and one sister. INFANT MARTIN Funeral services for Otis David Martin Jr., 19-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis David Martin, 203 Pine St., who died Friday, were held today at 10 a. m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, Rev. Donald Mace officiating, Mrs. Wayne Tryon was organist. Burial was in the Roseville Cemetery. LEONARD JOE AUSTIN Funeral services for Leonard Joe Austin, 72, of 863 S. Academy St., will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Caldwell Funeral Home at Plattsmouth, Neb., where burial will be in the Horning Cemetery. FricndsL-inay call this evening at the Kimber and West Chapel. Mr. Austin died Sunday at 5:29 a.m. in St. Mary's Hospital. Mr. Austin was born April 6, 1891, at UniOn, Neb., and was married to Margaret M. Klimm Oct. 16, 1916, at Nebraska City, Neb. He retired. Survivors are the widow; a sen Leonard H. of Galesburg; four daughters, Mrs. Francis (Fannie Marie) Kennedy of Galesburg, Mrs. Marion (Margaret) Henry and Mrs. Sherman (Anna) Adkins of Plattsmouth and Mrs. Sidney (Viola) Smith, of Union, Neb.; a brother, Jay Austin of Fall City, Neb.; a sister, Mrs. Henry (Fannie) Gigore of Lincoln, Neb.; 12 grandchildren and six great­ grandchildren. Anderson BROAD STREET florists 128 N. Broad S43-2103 HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME Oneida, III. Mr. Oscar (Buck) Olson Oneida, 111. Services: 2 P.M. — WEDNESDAY HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME where friends may call Tuesday evening. The family suggests flowers be omitted. Burial in Ontario Cemetery. KIMBER & WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Years Mrs. John F. (Alia) Schroeder Henderson, III. Funeral: 2 P.M. — TUESDAY at KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. —o— Leonard J. Austin 863 S. Academy St. Funeral: 2 P.M. — WEDNESDAY at the CALDWELL FUNERAL HOME PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA. Friends may call at the Kimber & West Chapel this evening. Mrs. Timothy J. Frisby 600 E. South St. Funeral: 9 A.M. — WEDNESDAY at the KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel Tuesday evening, where rosary will be recited at 8 P.M. Mrs. Christine Olson Wataga. HI. Funeral Plans Pending. ROBERT E. WATSON MONMOUTH - Funeral services for Robert E. Watson, 56, retired Monmouth fire chief, of 215 S. Second St., who died Saturday morning at 11:35 at Monmouth Hospital, will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Turnbull Chapel with burial in Monmouth Cemetery. The family will be at the chapel tonight at 8 o'clock A memorial for the heart fund has been established and contributions may be left at the chapel. Mr. Watson was born Aug. 20, 1907, in Warren County. He spent his early life in the Larchland community and attended Mon Larson Funeral Home 206 N. Washington St. Abingdon, Illinois Francis Albert Singleton Abingdon Services: TUESDAY — 2 P.M. at LARSON FUNERAL HOME IN ABINGDON. Visitation this evening. Burial in Abingdon Cemetery. KLINCK Mortuary Knoxville, Illinois Mr. Thomas W. Mathews 527 East South St., Knoxville Funeral services: 2 P.M. - WEDNESDAY KNOXVILLE METHODIST CHURCH. Friends may call at the Klinck Chapel Tuesday evening. Interment H a y n e s Cemetery. Family suggests memorials be made to the Knoxville Methodist Church building fund. Military rites by Harry W. Phil- blad Post No. 749. MRS. CHRISTINE OLSON Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Kimber and West Mortuary for Mrs. Christina Olson, 88, of Wataga, who died Sunday at 10:15 p.m. in the Galesburg State Research Hospital. She was the widow of Eric A. Olson, who died March 8, 1944. DONALD S. BROWN Funeral services for Donald S. Brown, 27, of 10 W. Main St., were conducted at 2 p.m. today at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel by Dr. Joseph Hoffman, pastor of First Methodist Church Committal services will be Wednesday at EasUView Cemetery at Edgefield, S. C. Mr. Brown was injured fatally in an automobile accident Friday evening on U. S. 34 a mile south of Oneida. ELTON ANDERSON GALVA — Funeral services for Elton Anderson, 46, of Galva, who died Wednesday were Saturday at 1:30 p,m. in the Johnson-Gill Schuster Chapel. Rev. Robert E Holmes, pastor of the Grace Methodist Church in Galva, offi ciated. Organ selections were played by Verna B. Anderson. Pallbearers were Roger Gray, William White, Lloyd Anderson, Milo Goodale, Robert Miller and Arthur E. Johnson. Burial was in the Evergreen Memory Gar dens in Kewanee. MRS. ARNOLD PETRIE NEW WINDSOR — Funeral services for Mrs. Arnold J. Petrie, 87, of New Windsor, who died Oct. 3, were held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the United Presbyterian Church in New Windsor. Rev. Robert K. Walker of Coal Valley, moderator of the church, officiated. Mrs. Wayne Hickok and daughter Linda sang with Miss Mabel Coleman accompanist. Burial was in the Hopewell Cemetery. Pallbearers were Myron Hickok, Martin McVeigh, Frank Petrie, Rex Garrett, Ira and Rolla Fritz of Rio. OSCAR (BUCK) OLSON ONEIDA—Funeral services ior Oscar (Buck) Olson, 72, of Oneida, will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Hendricks Funeral Home, Oneida, where friends may call Tuesday evening. Burial will be in the Ontario Cemetery. Mr. Olson died Sunday at 2:10 p.m. in the Knox County Nursing Home at Knoxville, where he was a patient a year. Mr. Olson retired as an em­ ploye of the Roue Manufactures, Co. in 1954, after 13 years of service. He was born March 2, 1891, at Rio, where he resided until 1926 when he located in Oneida. Mr. Olson was confirmed in the Swedish Lutheran Church at North Henderson, and was married to Alta Marie Stickle in Galesburg June 1, 1912. Survivors are the widow; two Plan Inquest ^ Into Death An inquest will be held on the death Friday, of Donald S. Brown, 27, of 10 W. Main St. Dr. Jackson Erffmeyer, Knox County coroner, said today. No date was set. Brown died after a car he was riding in crashed head-on with an auto driven by Miss Carolyn D. Mitchell of near Oneida. The Victim was a passenger in a car driven by Gary Budd, 28, of Peoria, son of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Budd, 1184 Bateman St. Both drivers were taken to Cottage Hospital, where their condition was described as fairly good Friday. No condition report could be obtained on Budd this morning as he was in surgery. Miss Mitchell was reported "doing fine." The accident occurred about one mile south of Oneida. sons, Cleo L. and Cecil E. Olson, of Oneida; two daughters, Mrs. William J. (Ruth) Peterson of Oneida and Mrs. Violet Eileen Harding of Wataga; a sister, Mrs. Ethel Olson of Woodhull; 16 grandchildren and nine great­ grandchildren. Four brothers preceded him in death. Four grandsons are serving in the Air Force. FRANCIS A. SINGLETON ABINGDON — Francis , Albert Singleton, 87, of 100 S. Harshbarger St., Abingdon, died at Knox County Nursing Home Sunday at 8:30 a. m. after an illness of five years. - He was born Sept. 3, 1876, in Washington County, Kansas, and lived in Abingdon since 1930 coming from Macomb. He was a carpenter and also worked at the Blue Bell Manufacturing Co. and at Abingdon Ice Co. Mr. Singleton was a member of the Sciota Christian Church. He was married to Nora Miller at Avon July 26, 1900. Survivors include the widow; one son Ray of Rock Falls, four daughters, Mrs. Vernon Creasey, Chatham, Mrs. Joe Parson, Macomb, and Mrs. Lyle McGrew and Mrs. Hugh Allison, of Abingdon; 24 grandchildren, and 43 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by one daughter, two sons, two brothers and five sisters. Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. at Larson Funeral Home with Rev. Donald Hogan, Abingdon Christian Church, officiating. Visitation is at the funeral home this evening. Burial will be in the Abingdon Cemetery. LAWRENCE B. JONES FARMINGTON — Lawrence B. Jones, 50, of 297 N. East St., died Sunday at 5 p.m. at St. Francis Hospital in Peoria, where he was admitted that morning. He was born in Farmington March 25, 1913, and worked as a meat cutter for the Canton A&P Market 17 years. He was married to Minnie F. Favero at Kahoka, Mo., Aug. 5, 1945. He is survived by his widow and two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Yocum and Mrs. Ethel Williams, of Canton. He served in World War II. He was a member of the Farmington Methodist Church, and American Legion. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at the Anderson Funeral Home, where friends may call Tuesday after 4 p.m. SEUL KARNS MONMOUTH - Seul Karns. 83, of .440 S. Seventh St., died Sunday at 4:55 a.m. at Monmouth Hospital. He was born Jan. 10, 1880, in Warren County, where he spent his entire life. He farmed until 1927 when he came to Monmouth. He worked for the Brown Lynch Scott Co. as a hauler 18 years. He was a member of the Reed Methodist Church. He was married to Ora Black April 12, 1905, at Monmouth. She preceded him in death. He was married to Verne Junken in December 1936 at Peoria. She survives along with two sons, James of Biggsville and John of French Town, Mont.; four grandchildren; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Earl Lantz of Monmouth, and a brother Marshall of Largo, Fl'a. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Holliday and Hoover Memorial Chapel. Burial will be in the Monmouth Cemetery. The family will be at the chapel between 7 and 8 p.m. Tuesday. A memorial fund for Monmouth Hospital has been established and contributions may be left at the chapel. T.Mathews Commander of Barracks, Dies KNOXVILLE - Thomas William Mathews, 71, of 52? E. South St., Knoxville, commander of Knox Barracks, a World War t veterans organisation, died today at 12:20 a .m. in St. Martha's Nursing Home at Knoxville. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Knoxville First Methodist Church. Friends may call Tuesday evening at the Klinck Chapel. Burial will be in the Haynes Cemetery. A retired farmer, Mr. Mathews was born July 1, 1892, in Salem Township of Knox County. He farmed in the Yates City area and south ol Knoxville, locating in Knoxville six years ago when he retired. He was married to Bessie G. Eiker Dec. 31, 1921, at Monmouth. Heads Church Class Mr. Mathews, a veteran of World War I, was a member of the Harry Philblad Post of American Legion, Methodist Men's organization, and was president of the Home Builders Sunday School Class of the First Methodist Church. Survivors are the widow; a son Dean of Knoxville; three grandchildren; two brothers, Floyd of Maquon and Raymond of Yates City, and a sister, Mrs. Edna Sherman of Elba Center. He was preceded in death by a son in infancy; a grandson and a brother. Military honors will be accorded at the graveside by the legion ceremonial squad. The family suggested that memorials be made to the Knoxville First Methodist Church Building Fund. Mr. Mathews was educated in Yates City area schools, and was graduated from Yates City High School. He attended the University of Iowa. Farmington Man Killed In Accident FARMINGTON—One Farmington man died and another was seriously injured Sunday when their car went off 111. 116 west of their hometown and ran into a tree. The accident occurred Sunday at 4 a.m. and George Raska died 12 hours later in Graham Hospital in Canton. The victim died on his 30th birthday. The driver, Charles Bixby, 21, was first listed in serious condition at the same hospital, but this was later changed to fair. Investigating officers, led by state trooper Howard Rumler, said the car was traveling west, apparently went out of control and crashed into a tree on the south side of the road. The impact shoved the engine into the front seat and turned the car in the opposite direction. Mr. Raska was born in Radcliffe, Iowa, October 6, 1933. He is survived by his parents, George A. and Hazel Mary Hills Raska; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Amanda Raska of Eldora, Iowa, and his widow, the former Patricia Lewis of Knoxville, to whom he was married Nov. 2, 1952. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Anderson Funeral Home in Farmington. Rev. A. M. Bruce will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Ridge Cemetery, READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Cost of Steels Increases at Granite City GRANITE CflfY, 111. (AP) The Granite City Steel Co. said effective today the price of its hot rolled carbon steel pfates will be $5 a ton higher. The company, the nation's 13th largest steel producer, said the price of its hot rolled carbon steel plates will be $113 a ton, or $6.65 per 100 pounds. It marks the first price Increase on this product since 1958, Vice President John A. Leschen said. The company, however, increased some of its flat rolled steel prices in mid-April. The increase, from $4 to $7 a ton, covered more than half of the company's products, he said. The increases, Leschert said, follow an industry trend in which leading steel producers have raised prices on products twice during the past year. Highway Worker Is Crushed by 14-Ton Roller KANKAKEE, 111. (AP) - A 14- ton paving roller killed a state highway division employe today at the site of a surfacing job on 111. 17 west of Kankakee. Police said James B. Shea, 55, of Kankakee, was caught under the machine's rubber-tired rollers by accident. He was on hands and knees inspecting a joint in the paving when operator Arthur Davis, 33, of Kankakee, started the roller. Davis' view was/blocked by the machine within 20 feet to the front, police said, and Shea was about five feet from the rollers when it was started. Illinois Coeds Go to Church, Then to Jail JACKSON, Miss. (AP)-Two Illinois coeds from a predominantly Negro college have been arrested after attempting to attend communion services at the Capitol Street Methodist Church. The Tougaloo Southern Christian College coeds are Betty Ann Poole, 19, a Chicago Negro, and Julie Zaugg, 21, of Lake Forest. The two students were charged with disturbing public worship and- refusing to' leave the premises. Their bonds were set at $1,000 apiece. Signs Up Again HONITON, England (UPI) The British army's oldest old soldier, Lance Cpl. Tom Hooper, celebrated his 65th birthday Sunday by signing on for another year in uniform. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! OLD AS THE HILLS... It was true when Daddy was a boy. It's true today. It will be true tomorrow — WANT ADS WORK! They will work to sell your "don't needs" for quick cash . . . they'll work to find bargain buys on almost anything you want. Read and use Register- Mail Want Ads daily! DIAL 342-5161 Ask about our seven day rate with cancellation privilege. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Mors Comfort FASTEETH, a pleasant alkaline (non-acid) powder, holds false teeth more flmily.To eat and talk In more comfort, just sprinkle a little PAS- TEETH on your plates. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Check* "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at any drug countw EARN MORE WITH INSURED SAFETY Investments by the 15th lorn from tht First with Insured Safety AT 350 EAST MAIN ST, 19 Pay Fines Over Weekend In PM Court Three persons were fined for disorderly conduct end 16 for various traffic violations in f% lice Magistrate Court over the weekend. All three pleaded guilty to the disorderly conduct charges, and were fined $10 and costs. Harry L. Coffey, 16, of 344 E. Second St., was involved with a dispute near Public Square with a girl friend, police said. Steve P. Gregory, 18, of 1081 N. Kellogg St., was booked after he allegedly threatened police following his refusal to leave the vicinity of Cherry and Simmons streets. Tne third man, Ray Russell Cabrera, Arlington Hotel, was charged after he flashed an open pocket knife. • speeding included John S. Beasley, 1062 Florence Ave.; Robert C. Palmer, 1198 N. Prairie St.; Richard F. Ballard, Abingdon; Patrick M. McGeary, 413 N. Seminary St.; Richard W. White, 1221 Garden Lane; Karl J. Schneider, 46 E. Dayton St.; Irene T. Asencio, 1101 W. Berrien St.; Janet S. Mitchell, 1689 Florence Ave.; Dale E. Carlson, 1191 E. Fremont St., and Clarence E. Anderson, Maquon Route 1. All were find $10 and costs except Schneider. He paid $15 and costs. Fined for following too closely were John T. Altwood of Independence, Iowa; Frances M. Pilcher, 186 Division St., and Frederick C. Stancomb of Maquon Route 1. They were fined $10 and costs. Pleading guilty to other charges were Sheila Melter of Wataga, $10 for failure to yield the right of way; Robert A. Collopy, 352 Holton St., $5 for improper passing and lane usage, and Clyde E. Charles, 483 E. Brooks St., $10 for driving too fast for conditions. They also paid $5 costs. Soviets Offer Plant TEL AVIV, Israel (UPI) -The Soviet Union has offered to set up a plant in Egypt to assemble MIG jet fighters, Israeli sources said here. The plant was described as similar to one Russia offered India. A high-ranking Egyptian military delegation was to leave for Moscow soon to sign the contract, according to, the sources. Burlington To Acquire 1,575 Cars Burlington Lines will spend more on new cars during 1984 than in all but one year of its 115-year history, President Mar* ry C. Murphy announced today. He said the road 's 1984 car program, to cost $25.5 million, calls for 1,575 roller bearing freight cars of specialized design and six stainless steel double- deck cars for use in Chicago suburban service. Most of the freight cars will be produced in the company's shops at Lincoln, Neb., builders of some 40,000 cars over the past 32 years, Murphy said today in Spokane, Wash., during a trip to the Pacific Coast to discuss transportation requirements with principal shippers of lumber, produce and mines. The Burlington president was accompanied by G. R. Glover, vice president of the traffic department. Turning to other matters, Murphy said the continuing threat of a railroad strike though- out last summer had proved costly, depressing traffic loadings and diverting many passengers to other forms of transportation. Partly as a result, Burlington freight revenues are expected to drop slightly from the level of 1962, while passenger revenues will suffer a sharper drop. In 1962, passenger revenues were the highest of any year since the end of War II, more than $22 million, helped considerably by the Seattle World's Fair. Doctors Remove Left Lung of Edward Murrow WASHINGTON (AP) - Edward R. Murrow, 55, director of the U.S. Information Agency and former nationally known news commentator, was reported in very satisfactory condition after an operation to remove his left lung. Murrow is recuperating in the* Washington Hospital Center after the three-hour operation Saturday. Tests have been ordered to see whether a tumor on the lung was malignant. Reserve District No. 7 Stat* No. 7V-131 REPORT OF CONDITION OF The Farmers and Mechanics Bank of Galesburg, Illinois, a member of the Federal Reserve System, at the close of business on September 30, 1963, published in accordance with a call made by the Federal Reserve Bank of this district pursuant to the provisions of the Federal Reserve Act. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection $ 1,785,528.51 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 4,858,219.68 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 2,281,813.77 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures' (including $399,750.00 securities of Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by U. S.) 399,750.00 5. Corporate stocks (including $24 ,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve Bank) 24,000.00 6. Loans and discounts (including $3,462.22 overdrafts) 8,892,293.00 7. Bank premises owned $100,000.00, furniture and fixtures $665.81 100,665.81 9. Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank premises or other real estate 11. Other assets 3,322.32 16,503.86 12. TOTAL ASSETS 13,362,094.95 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $ 6,091,703 .99 14. Time and savings deposits of inidividuals, partnerships, and corporations 4,500,591 .57 15. Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 170,656.98 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 1,125,459.27 17. Deposits of banks 50,647.30 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 45,401.14 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS $11,984,460.23 (a) Total demand deposits $ 7,454,333.76 (b) Total time deposits $ 4,530,126.47 23. Other liabilities , 10,000.00 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES $12,004,4*0.2* CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital: (a) Common stock, total par value $200,000 % 200,000.00 26. Surplus - , 600,000.00 27. Undivided profits , „.,„. 331,593.89 28. Reserves , 226,040.83 29. 30. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS , 1,357,634.71 13,362,094,95 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes $ 586,455.80 I, H. V. D. Wilson, vice president, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report. of condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. H. V. D. WILSON, Vice President. We, the under signed directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. GUY ROUTH F. O. GUSTAFSON R. P. THOMPSON Directors.

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