Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 11, 1950 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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PAOI TIN ALTON EVENING TftLfiORAMI WKDNKIDAY, JANUARY 11, Itlt ^•FSSSMlB«S«BiB»SSS«i^™™^"^^^^^^^^^™ Lutheran Hour Conductor Dies ST. LOUIS, Jan. 11 — UP* —The Rev. Dr. Walter A. Maler, 56, conductor of the Lutheran radio hour, dl«d today. Mis death followed a fourth heart attack In less than two weeks. Since 1935 he had been widely known for his radio programs. The Lutheran hour program Is heard over 1200 radio stations throughout the world each Sunday afternoon. It Is transcribed In 36 languages for foreign broadcasts. Born In Boston, Dr. Maler was graduated from Boston University and Concordla Institute at Bronx- vllle, Ny Y. He received a Ph.D. degree from Harvard University. His first broadcasts originated from stations In Detroit and Cincinnati. Survivors Include his widow and two sons, the Rev. Walter Maler, Jr., pastor of Faith Lutheran Church In H Buffalo, N. Y. suburb, •nd Paul A. Maler, a student at Harvard. Macoupin School Head Starts Safety Campaign CARLINV1LLE, Jan. 11 — (Special—I. K. Juergensmeyer, county superintendent of schools, has started a safety campaign for the precention of highway accidents to students who ride school buses. At the present time, (here are more than 2000 pupils riding Macoupin school buses. Transportation has'grown greatly since started in the 1946-47 school year, when the county re- Farmer 9 * State Bank. Medora, Re-Elects Directors, Officers MEDORA, Jan. 11.—(Special.)— Directors and officers of the Farmer's State Bank of Medora were re-elected at meetings of the stockholders and directors, respectively, Tuesday afternoon In the director's room of the bank. Re-elected directors were P. H. Sanders, John W. Chlsm, J. J. Eddleman, W. D. Gllworth, and Clifford Tober. Officers are P. H. Sanders, president; John W. Chlsm, vice president; J. J.. Eddleman, cashier, and Wendell Warner, assistant cashier. Medora Note* MEDORA.—Mrs. Nelson Robinson spent Monday In Alton. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Voorheos spent Sunday In East St. Louis with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lang. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lowis, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sarginson and family were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Elrey Bennett of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith were In Jerseyville Saturday and visited with Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith. Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Turner were Mrs. John McConathy of Roodhouse; Mrs. Ralph Thomas and daughter, Alberta of White Hall; Mr. and Mrs. Hurley cclved a total of $12,301.78 from the state. In 1947-48 period a total of $13,806.00 was received from the state while In 1948-49 the transportation payments from the state amounted to a total of $52,896,80, a sharp Increase over the previous school years in the number of pupils transported by bus. Charter No. 14M7 Reserve District No. 8 REPORT ON CONDITION OF THE- BETHALTO NATIONAL BANK OF BETHALTO in the State of Illlnqii, at the close of business on Dec. 31, 1949, published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes. * ASSETS 1. Caah, balances with other banks, Including reserve balance, end cash items in process of collection .......... $ 188,803.44 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ......... .' .................................... 448,343.49 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions ........ 34,772.42 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures ................... 30,157.44 5. Corporate stocks (including $1,800.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) ...................................... 1,800.00 t. Loans and discounts ................................. 334,096.23 7. Bank premises owned $5,553.54, furniture and fixtures $3.023.84 ............................................ 8,577.38 I. Real estate owned other than bank premises .......... 731.23 11. Other assets ........................................ 342.53 1J. TOTAL ASSETS $1,047,624.16 LJABIUTIES 13. Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships and corporations $ 531,261.14 14. Time deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations 216,278.94 15. Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 30,894.49 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 180,108.49 18. Other deposits (certified and cashier's checks, etc.? .... 3,831.95 19. Total Deposits $962,375.01 34. TOTAL LIABILITIES | 962,375.01 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital Stock: (c) Common Stock, total par $50,000.00 $ 50,000.00 26. Surplus .. 15,000.00 27. Undivided profits 5,249.15 28. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred stock) 15,000.00 29. Total Capital Accounts 85,249.15 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS... .$1,047,624.16 MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes $ 162,000.00 STATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY OF MADISON, ss: : L J. T. McGaughey, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly •wear that tho above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. j. T. MCGAUGHEY, cashier. CORRECT—ATTEST: ANDREW B. AUGUSTINE T. B. NEWMAN ERWIN PLEGGE, Directors, •worn and subscribed before me this 9th day of Jan., 1950. ORVILLE PREHN. (••al) Notary Public. (Official Publloatlon) Report of Condition of ALTON BANKING A TRUST CO. ALTON, ILLINOIS transmitted In response to call of the Auditor of Public Accounts, pursuant to law and showing condition at the close of business on the 31st day of December, 1949. RESOCRCI* 1. Cash and due from banks S 2,205,413.37 a. Outside checks and other cash Items 6.05 3. U. S. Government obligations, direct and/or fully guaranteed 4,247,600.00 4. Other bonds, stocks and securities 848,727.08 5. Loans and discounts 4,561,236.97 6. Overdrafts .87 7. Banking house S62.984.51 Furniture and fixtures 915,298.20 78,282.71 11. Other resources •. •* 6,814.34 Grand Total Resources $11,948,081.39 LiABiLrrani ~~~ 12. Capital stock $ 200,000.00 14. Surplus 250,000.00 15. Undivided profits (Net) 177,736.08 16. Reserve accounts 150,000.00 17. Demand deposits , 6,947,144.48 IS. Time deposits 3,919,954.38 Total of deposits: (1) Secured by pledge of assets S 309.824.67 (2) Not secured by pledge of assets .. 10,557,274.19 (3) Total deposits $10,867,098.86 ' 25. Other liabilities , 303,246.45 Grand Total Liabilities $11,948,081.39 • MEMORANDUM: Assets Pledged to Secure Liabilities: 26. Assets pledged: (a) U. S. Government obligations, direct and/or fully guaranteed f 793,000.00 Total Amount of Assets Pledged (excluding rediscount*) f 793,000,00 IT. Purpose and Amount of Pledge: (•) Against U. S. Government and Postal Savings deposits i ,S 300,000.00 (b) Against funds of State of Illinois 230,000.00 (e) To own trutl department against uninvested trust fund* 220,000.00 (f) With Auditor of Public Accounts to qualify for the exercise of fiduciary powers 53,000.00 Total Amount of AsseU Pledged (must agree with Item 30) ;• $ 793,000.00 U , P. RlakorsU, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear the above statement to true to the best of my knowledge and be- Hot as*} that the Items and amounts shown above agree with the Items Mi amounts shown In tht report made to the Auditor of Public AoaoiMta, State of Illinois, pursuant to law. P. P. RISKORSKI Cashier Correct. Attaot: LAWRENCE KELLER, W. 'C. OSCHWEND, Director* Subscribed and sworn to before mt this 7th day of January, 1950. f • VIOLA WKLLINO, * ft*!*) ~—~. Notary Public ** - rrr Conrad and son of Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berthold of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Gene McCrellls and son, Gene Levls of Alton, spent Monday here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Norton Sanders and family • were supper guests Sunday of Airs. Sanders' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Metcalfe of Chesterfield. Earl Remltng of Carlinvllle was a week-end guest at the home of his daughter. Mrs. George Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whited spent Monday in St. Louis. Mrs. Durward Worley of Alton visited Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whltcd. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Turner and Mrs. Hattle Storoy visited Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jonos of Chesterflel. Jones, who has been ill, Is reported improved. Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Sanders were dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. George Evanko In Alton. Billy Wlnslade of Shlpman visited Saturday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jaynes. Mrs. L. G. Robinson of Victory visited Monday night at the home of her son, Nelson Robinson, and spent Tuesday in Alton. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Chlsm had as dinner guests Sunday, Mrs. Ella Ketchum, Mrs. Etna Rhine. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lockyef and Mr. and Mrs. 3. K Chlsm. In the afternoon, Mrs. Mabel Tucker and son, Allen of Brighton, were visitors. Mrs. Meda Tober of Kern per was a dinner guest Tuesday of Mrs. F. E. Whltfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Watklns and family of Alton Spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Maple. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Taylor were supper guests Saturday of Mr. and inner Mrs. Paul Knight in Alton. Mrs. C. F Sanders and daughter, Miss Melnotte Sanders of Carllnville. called Monday at the homes of Mr. and. Mrs. P. H. Sanders nnd. Mr. and Mrs. George Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Ketchum and daughter of Alton visited Sunday with Ketchum's mother, Mrs. W. E. Kclchum. Ronald and Donald Bartow, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Bartow are recovering from chlck- enpox. Mr. and Mrs. John Fensterman of Godfrey, anrt Arthur Connor of Alton visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Conner. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cllne took their grandson, Stanley CJIne, to his home at Brldgcton, Mo., Sunday after a week's visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harris spent Sunday in Greenfield with Mrs. Harris' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Arnold. ' Lloyd Jones of Springfield spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Shelby Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Golike and son, David, were visiting friend* In Bunker Hill and attended a meeting, at the Baptist church there in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elston Gaffney and family have moved from the Otto Wilson farm southwest of Medora, to the Pearl Gross farm, northeast of here. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wilson of Jerseyville have moved to the farm vacated by (he Gaffney's. Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Wood and daughter of Shlpman were guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frlcker. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Moore and daughter, Jerry, were In Granite City Monday and visited at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, with Walter Mercer, who underwent surgery there last week. They report him recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKlnney and family spent Sunday In Jerville with Mrs. McKiney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Weaver. James,Strunk spent Sunday In the home of his daughter, Mrs. Paul Gorham, west of town. Miss Marie Searles of Carlln- villo was a week-end guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Elston Gaffney. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jaynes visited In Bunker Hill Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alward, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Quakenbush and family went to Chesterfield Sunday to attend a birthday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rigshey.' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Budde of Chesterfield were also Greenfield Play Set (or Jan. 25 GREENFIELD, Jon. 11. (Special)—Jan. 25 has been set as the tentative date for the presentation of the annual Junior class play. The presentation, "Crashing Society," Is under the direction o* Mrs, Ethel Bennett. Mr*. Ritchie Ml GREENFIELD - Mrs. R. R. Ritchie, who has been residing with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Leonard Ritchie, In East Alton since her return from a visit with relative? In Indiana, Is seriously 111 at the Ritchie home In East Alton. Quilting Club Meeting GREENFIELD—Members of the Burroughs Neighborhood Quilting Club wilt' have an all-day meeting Thursday at the .home of'Mrs. James Ford. A potluck luncheon will be served at ndon. ' Attend District Meeting GREENFIELD -L Officers and members of the official board of the Methodist Church and the pastor, the Rev. George Mayo, attended a meeting of church groups In guests. The Honored guests were Mm Alward and Tommy Quakcn- bush. RoodhouM, Tuesday night Dr. Ray Grummon, Springfield, was speaker. A«*lttary Meeting OREENFlEtD — The January meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary, which was postponed last Wednesday because of the sleet storm, will be held tonight A potluck supper will be served at 7 o'clock; The meeting of the Fleur de Lls Club was also postponed and the next meeting date will be announced soon. Return to College GREENFIELD—Kenneth Gavlln, Thompson, Mid Don Gustlne, students at Western State Teachers College, Macomb, spent .several days with Outline's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gustlne. Organize Usher's Club At Greenfield High GREENFIELD, Jan. 11. (Special)—The Greenfield High School Student Council has sponsored organization of the Usher's Club for training of ushers for games, plays, and school activities. Several social events are being planned by the club. Officers are president, Wanda Stone; vice-president, Emma Lou Miller; and secretary, Gene Hobson. There are 26 members. Ogle County Sheriff Told To Halt Gambling OREGON, Jan. 11, UPMttate'i Attorney Wayne fiettner of Ogle County called upon the sheriff! office yesterday to "damp the 1W" on gambling. In a letter to Sheriff Joseph Maas, the prosecutor said "a gam* bling wnr could lead to murder," and added "we've had enough murders In Ogle County," Bettner said he had received Information of attempts recently to operate slot machines Mid clubs In taverns. The Rochelle Country dub was raided three days ago by hijack* ers who, police said, took a slot rnachln?. INVITED REXROAT MOTORS January, 12, 13, 14 MAKE A BEE-LINE FOR BIEDERMANS BIGGER BARGAINS BE HERE EARLY, GET FIRST PICK OF THIS SALE EVENT... regular 16.95 METAL WARDROBES walnut finish double door 70"X80" size plaid blankets 2.98 value 1.98 reg ular 139.50 MOTOROLA TELEVISION table models ^ with built'ta nerials unfinished step stools 1.69 value 98* regular 18.95 METAL BEDS modern style solid panel organdy vanity skirts 9.95 value 2.98 odds & ends sofa covers 19.95 value 4.95 # , '•t regular 14.95 4-DRAWER 1 CHEST ! VJ ?*^ A.*l^ vl - regular 755.75 MAGIC CHEF GAS RANGES with re wheel heat regulator fine rubber door mats 1.19 value 69 Marblelzed Inlaid linoleum 2.19 value 1.39 Yd regulor 74.95 MAHOGANY SECRETARIES walnut, mahogany wardrobes 39.9S value 27.88 regular 14.95 , FUSTIC COVERED ALL PURPOSE CHAIRS plastic in gray or rod 8 95 regular 10.98 PLASTIC SPREADS quilted or , floral, full or twin »ue Admiral television 80 * value 249 carpet sweepers " 1 69 2. value regular 29.95 COLIMAN OIL HIATUS regular 69.95 COLONIAL LIVING SUITE < maple 2-pcs. stripe cover good rebuilt Maytag washers $I09 69.95 value regular 5 9.50 APEX VACUUMS upr ight models, floor sample* SORRY! NO tyAIL OR PHONE ORDERS DURING THIS SALE T "^"2 r w*s regular 7.95 ' *W^^ 16 BOARDS .—. • -jrf 1 ""' fctf WI»KMV fold Hat V cushion dot curtain material 69c v*lue 29 Yd regular 14.95 UTILITY CABINETS •white, double door it y le Innerspring mattresses 24.95 value 13.88 Universal electric irons 12.95 value 6.95 regular I. QUALITY SHEETS Duncan Phyfe style sofas $189 $ value 119 regular 129.50 DIXIE GAS RANGES oven ther- mostat, in- sulated oven II *99 inchts I 3 •.JSLato 39 mahogany tier tables 12.95 value 7.95 'V regular 59.95 SNIDQUIIN IRONBRS 39" pressure cookers 14.95 value 7.95 regular 279.50 MOTOROLA TELEVISION i oriiolc modt-li, 1 2 inch tube metal arm studio couches 49.50 value "29 ff." regular 179.00 KROEHLER SUITE hand hooked braided rugs 9.98 value 3.98 regular a.95 0-1 ELECTRIC HEATERS «ppp.rrf. J^fj fleeter bowl 4 9 & 12' Imported broadtoom DICOtATOfg -"-— 11' > i n i 111 i 111 It. i '• i ! ;, i /,'.,' (i 200 MILES FREE DELIVERY riming BROADWAY and PIASA

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