Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 9, 1963 · Page 28
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 28

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 9, 1963
Page 28
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*4 "> 1 cs Program to ion Week Topic ABINGDON-FIre Prevention M for AWngdoa Kiwanis club Monday evening program. The group later adjourned and went to the Abingdon SImms and several Attn* firemen. Slmrna pointed out approximately 100 calls wete answered last year from three locations, Abingdon, Berwick and St. Augustine and estimated total loss around $25,000, Abingdon Fire Department Is rated grade A plus. Mike Wilkie and Bob Daily were guests of Huggins and Witford Andrews. pectiv night was announced for Monday at 8:30 p.m. in Sacred Heart Catholic Church. A program is being prepared. Annual Halloween party will be held the evening of Oct. 28 under direction of boys and girls committee with chairman Heads Sign Project It was noted that 222 signs had been sold by Kiwanis members. Russell Reese was in charge of this project. The losing team ate beans Monday night while winners were served steaks. Tentative plans are being made for a Boy Scout court of honor Nov. 11, with Phil Bulkeley, Boy Scout committee chairman, in charge of arrangements. It was voted to buy 170 booklets on "You and the Law." Farmers, businessmen and Kiwanis are planning a meeting either Nov. 18 or 25, which will ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St Phone 289-9172 orthy Matron Tells Stars Of Grand Chapter Session KNOXVILLE Miss Naomi Danielson, worthy matron, gave a report on the recent grand chapter session of the Eastern Stars at Chicago to the local lodge Monday night. Introduced at the meeting were Mrs. Harold Goff of Yates City, Mrs. John Thurman, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Hoyme, Mrs. Orlo Mastin, Mrs. Estella Cook, Mrs. Howard Houk and Mrs. Victor Taylor of Knoxville, and Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence of Galesburg. Also Mrs. Imogene Butt, Mrs. John Clarke, Victor Taylor, Howard Houk, John Thurman and Ira Gehring, Knoxville and Harold Goff, Yates City. A letter naming the new grand chapter committee members appointed by Mrs. Emma Ansely, the new worthy grand matron, was read as were thank you notes from Arthur Taylor, Mrs. Lottie Charter No. 3287 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE Reserve District No. 7 National of Knoxville, in the state of Illinois, at the close of business on September 30, 1963. Published in response to call made by comptroller of the currency, under section 5211, U. S. revised statutes. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection - $ 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions .... 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures (including $110,031.25 securities of Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by U.S.) 5. Loans and discounts (including $1,263.57 overdrafts) 8. Bank premises owned $45,575.00, furniture and 714,448.95 1,622.568.65 754,601.67 premises fixtures $2,829.26 12. Other assets ... 110,031.25 1,814,859.09 48,404.26 8,235.59 13. TOTAL ASSETS $5,073,149.46 LIABILITIES 14. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $ 2.425,861.63 15. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .... - 1,232,237.93 16. Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 17. Deposits of States and political suDcuvisions 19. Certified and officers* checks, etc 20. TOTAL DEPOSITS $ 4,428,288 36 37.874.72 720,495.95 11,818.13 (a) Total demand deposits $ 2,955,982.80 (b) Total time and savings deposits $ 1,472,305.56 25. Other liabilities 11,000.00 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES | 4.439.288.M 27. 28, 29. VALUATION RESERVES Reserve for loan losses under Internal Revenue Code I Valuation reserves on securities $ Other valuation reserves 26,417.18 13,548.42 None 30. TOTAL VALUATION RESERVES . $ 39,985.60 CAPITAL FUNDS 33. Common stock—par value per share $100.00 No. shares authorized .'. 1200 No. shares outstanding 1200 $ 120,000.00 34. Surplus $ 120,000.00 35. Undivided profits $ 278,895.00 36. Reserves $ 75,000.00 37. TOTAL CAPITAL FUNDS $ 593,895.50 38. Total Valuation Reserves and Capital Funds $ 633,861.10 39. TOTAL LIABILITIES, VALUATION 0m M%\AO AA RESERVES AND CAPITAL FUNDS . l*Y,#Q NOTE 40. Time certificates of deposit outstanding - $ 705,784.44 1, L. W. Phillips, Cashier, of the above-named hank do hereby declare that this report oi condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. L. W. PHILLIPS We, the undersigned 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 KENNETH J. Cmih IAK E. MATHERS I F. HEBARP to arranged by Ouyjtoutjk agrt- ( ctmfo culture and cofts4fVnHfn dijfninit' t« chairman. Vernfoi CftaliV fcc- «t*ry> stated necessity to hav* a Mtaitdtabie meeting each tttnt ragalir meeting time to changed. 1*H«M^|iate of officers M be presented by next meeting. Church ftf iggioit School Planner! MHhodlit Church commission on missions planning ammft* m to announcing books to be used for school ol missions will be placid on display Sunday. The school mission* this year, using the theme "¥iw Changing City/' will be conducted four Sunday evenings Oct. 90 and 27, and Nov. 3 and 10. Classes for all fig&i will begin at 6:30 p.m. followed by a worship service artd Visual aids at 7:15 p.m. ending With a coffee at ft p.m. Nursery service will be available. Mrs. R. B. Eyre will sell copies of the adult book, "These Cities Glorious." Rosary Society to Serve Club Dinner After recitation of the Rosary, Mrs. John Palmerio conducted the October meeting of Altar and Rosary Society. There was discussion of menus for Kiwanis Ladies night dinner to be served in the church basement Monday evening for which volunteers Will be needed. Reports of the Deanery workshop were given by Mrs. Glenessa Russo, Mrs. Donna Frazier, Mrs. Joe Mills and Miss Anna Rescinito. A letter was received from the president of Immaculate Guild, Immaculate Heart of Mary Mrs son. Mrs. Earl Godfrey announced a turkey supper Saturday in the Masonic Temple. Serving begins at 5 p.m. The next stated meeting will be Oct. 21 when Past Officers Night will be observed. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore and Mrs. Earl Godfrey. Luther Hamle* Dies Word has been received of the death of Luther Hamlet at National City, Calif., Sept. 28. Funeral services were held Oct. 1 at Greenwood Memorial Park in San Diego. He is survived by his wife Esther and son Lawrence.jrt National City, also two grandchildren. The Hamlets wete former Knoxville residents residing on Douglas Street for many years. Unit to Meet Persifer Unit of Home Economics Extension will meet at the home of Mrs. Tom Collopy Friday at 1:30 p.m. The major lesson "Winter Arrangements" will be given by Mrs. Lawrence Olson and Mrs. Robert Gustafson. Members are being asked to bring dried materials for use in the lesson. The minor lesson "How to Sponsor a Ward at Research Hospital" will be given by Mrs. Merrill Hughes. Roll call will be answered with telling about "Someone I'd Like to Meet." Attends Session Rev. L. C. Tsao, chaplain of the Knoxville Good Samaritan Nursing Home recently attended several professional meetings in Peoria and Moline in addition to Battle Creek, Mich. The Rev. Mr. Tsao was accompanied by his wife to Michigan. Dr. and Mrs. James D. Wang participated in various workshops conducted by the national convention for the promotion of mental health in general hospitals and nursing homes. Dr. Wang showed a film entitled "Who Is My Neighbor" and gave a talk on "Achieving Good Mental Health" in the Battle Creek Health Center, After the convention, the Tsaos and Wangs visited Kellogg Co. sanitarium end the headquarters of Logistics at Battle Creek, and the Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Mich. Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Jack Graham and family have moved to the property of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Peterson, 302 Henderson Road. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin purchased the property on East Main St. at the sale Saturday of the house of the estate of Mrs. Biddie Cruser. We will bt In the Abingdon tnd Avon yicdiiiy witfc our DYNA-VAC Power Cleaning Machine Clewing duc$ »y»itm« and turn- ace* !• ouv epecialty. For Free Estimate* Contact Cole* Standard Service Abingdon, 111. — T«L 19 or Alliaon Plumbic* and Htating Avon, IU. — Tel. 4M-M01. CARl B HOlSTINf 411 W. Adama St.. Macomb, IU. — TB 3-2831 inviting all m 1VUIUIC "Mfe* for drawer iu Si*t«r Ataxia, om ¥hi pmpim will be given at mt x Nov. » mining «t u p<ni. Hi th§ tffM iNsheel gym, sis* tif Alexia hit given many art worMnopi ior oMcniro, Dwiaes «rt to the television Thow planning to attend should contact Mf8. Dorothy Faralli a» tk* <n»itd wishes to know approximately how many to ex* pick Father Oman spoke on the Beumerica! Council and announced 40 Jlours of devotion opening Oct » and closing Oct Social committee was composed of Coleen Hastey, Darlene Froelkh, Kathleen Tracey and Rose Curtis. Abingdon News Brief* The Mary and Martha Sunday School Class will meet in the home of Mrs* Ford Perry Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Dora Ehrenhart will serve as assistant hostess, Mrs. R. Y. Campbell has returned home after spending a week in Peoria with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Green and family. omioHt AAvifca mm ••fit**** tMMm* a a a in m m 2 to wnvat a m Mi vet +*„„ M ±„9\ •aula ft. tatttemftd 11 Cilojtan* ^^i\H a a aj Chief* „-* H :4 D a fti m rn m m m p. m READ THE WANT ADS! K - 114 otsna canton .-.-^ p 1* Cllicafthafl - .... 6:50 O Santa fa WaatbMnd a K Ch\* J is dim 1ST Grand Canyon J Chief- exaa Chief . upar Chiaf. D Capitan' PlaKtton Otatlt Northbound rittfht 140 fo Chicago* 906 a SOS to Chicago" ..-4:45 690 to Chicago* —6:" Ofark Southbound 141 to St. Louis* 4 - 8: 691 to St LoUiS*** 8:44 p. •—Except Sunday ••— E*eept Saturday •*•—Saturday only •••—Saturday only *oa acH £DOLCf Waatbotuid To West Coait - „ 6:30 a. To West Coaat —..—-1:20 p. To Wast Coast .„—at4S o eaatbound To East Coast — M ...11:SS p. To Bast Coaat . --^— 8 :00 D To Paorla - 1 JO p m P P m m. m. m. Maquoti Resident [Driver Escapes MAQUON - Allen Prwtt mi brought home Saturday ttm the Methodist Hospital in ftrtria, where he had been i patient the Pruett ms thrown from his truck when he collided headon with a ear* as he was going into Peorlfi 6n 111. 116 Sept. 28, early in the morning. The driver of the car was driving directly in the path of Pruett's truck, which was loaded with soybeans, according to the acident report, Pruett had his right teg in a cast from just below the hip, to his toes. He has a chipped bene below the knee and another chip* ped bone above the ankle, besides many body bruises. He will be in the cast for two months, but Is walking with the aid of crutches. Harm in Toulon Area Accident WWU - Stark County Deputy Sheriff John Durbta wag cal- ed to the blacktop road east ot West Jersey ftttay-at 11:48 p.m. to investigate a one-ear accident. Larry Gene Gillem, 16, son of Prank Gillam of Wyoming, was going east on the blacktop two miles east of West became confused at thil road, tost control and crossed road to the left. He then over a dt&in ditefi fence Into a comfietd white ffl car overturned and came a rest on wheels fating west, cording to the report. The car was a total wreck there was damage to farm tefNi owned by Harry Whltten* til driver was not injured. Silver Ten Planned LONDON MILLS The Worn m m m an's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church will have a public silver tea at the church social rooms Friday at 1 :30 p.m. Mrs. John Sutor, Wataga, will show slides and tell of a trip to the Holy Land. To Peoria - 8:25 p. m. Southbound To St. Louis 10:00 a m Northbound To Davanport 9:30 o tn Hi Spreads Easier! Smoother! Famous BCUE BONNET Flavor. sticks pound. extra sticks every WHI D 0LUE BONNET • Fewer calories. A pat (7 grams) of regular margarine contains 50 calories. 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