Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 16, 1950 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, January 16, 1950
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FAOlttOBT ^gg^^g^^g^^^ggg^^nlny^^g^^^^^^^^^^^^ Medorians Attend OES Anniversary Group Honors Mother Chapter at Chesterfield MfiDORA, Jan. 16.—(Special,)— Thirty-two from Medora City chapter Of the Order of Eastern Star attended the 50th anniversary of Agnes Whltfleld chapter of Chesterfield, Friday evening. Mrs. Alma Quirk, only charter member of the Medora chapter present, w«« honored at the meeting. Modon chapter was Instituted by the Chesterfield chapter. There Is OUR other charter member of Medora chapter, Mrs. Margaret Erwln, who was unable to attend. Mrs. Wylma Dodge of Medora, sang a solo. Beside Mrs. Quirk and Mrs. Dodge, other members attending were Mrs. Ruby Tober, Mrs. Virginia Powell, Mrs. Mary Bartow, * Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Bartow, Mrs. Ethel Burns, Mrs. Florence Gilworth, Mrs. Mabel Whltfleld, Mrs. Nellie Warner, Mrs. Ina French, Mrs. Rose Orth, Mrs. Christina Rhodes, Mrs. Betty Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chandler, Mrs. Lucy Rltchey, Mrs. Josie KlUmlller, Mrs. Mary Schaefer, Mrs. Theo Seat-let, MM. Opal Fruch, Mrs. Ruth Shields, Mrs. Myrtle Burns, Mrs. Vlnita Eddleman, Mrs. Corrine Harlan, Mrs. Margaret French, Miss Pauline French, Mrs. Elizabeth Griffith, Mrs. Doris Harris, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker. Attend Brother'* Funeral MEDORA.—Mr. and Mrs. Tru man Bowker, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. James Bowker, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bowker, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bowker, Mrs. Robert Klrchner, Misses Anna Mae, Leila and Doris Bowker attended the funeral of Mrs. Truman Bowker's brother, Albert Owens, In Decatur Friday, which was held at the Mornn funeral home. Burial svas in Graccland cemetery, Decotur. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Bowker remained In Decatur for a few days. Claim HM Work Meeting MEDORA.—The Willing Work' era class of the Baptist, church held an all-dny work meeting Friday at the home of Mrs. E. T. Rhodes. The women cut and sewed rags for making rugs. A potluck dinner was served nt noon. Present were Mrs. Ruth Shields and small son, .Topper, Mrs. Hope Chlsm, Mrs. Viola Ryan, Mrs. Elsie McCrellls, Mrs. Helen Gorham, Mrs. Marie Wilton, Mrs. Betty Smith, Mrs. Rhodes, Mrs. Lucy Barnes, Mrs. Ollie Kemper and Mrs. Nellie Barnes. Mtdnra Note* MEDORA.—The first semester of Medora High School ends this week. Exams will be held during the week. Mr. and MH. Grant Gresham of Jerieyvllle were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Gaffney. MM. Wayne Mllner of Jersey- Hew To Relieve Bronchitis CrcomuJiioa relieve* promptly becsuM ll goet right 10 the >ei| of the trouble to help looua tad expel nerm laden phlegm and aid unite to tooihe and •tal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial eaucout membtaoti. Tell yout druggist *» sell you • bottle of Creomuliioo with the undemanding you muit like to way it quickly allay* the cough are to have your money back. ALTON tVtNINO TiLiORAHt for ,ChestColds,Bronchitis vllle hM been spendlnf • fe* here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dort Rice. Elder William Beeny attended at) evangelistic conference in Ml. Vernon Friday. Mrs. Rebecca Hudspeth and Mrs. Bess Carter spent Saturday with Mrs. Dora Osborn. Mrs. George Barnes spent Saturday with Mrs. P. L. Jaynes at Sumtnerville. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reno of Shipman township were guests Friday evening of Mrs. Reno's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bruns. Lloyd Elliott and son, Keith, were here from Alton Saturday morning visiting his aunt, Mrs. Rebecca Hudspeth. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Gaffney wnrc In Alton Friday and were supper guests that, evening of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gentry of God frey. Russell Jester Heads Brighton March of Dimes BRIGHTON, Jan. 16 (Special) — Russell Jester, Brighton High School athletic coach, has been appointed chairman for the March of Dimes campaign. At the basketball tournament Thursday evening, a collection of $50.20 was collected. Containers, which are miniature replicas of Mr. and Mrs. Wendle Towse, and business places. t Letters will also be sent to all clubs and the high school students will solicit homes In the town. The umbrella was a symbol of princely dignity In ancient Egypt and Asia, rather than a protection against the weather. beautiful Jfofltor snaps are easy to take as *efl as outtfoorc Kodacolor Film Yowtood your CWMTO, and theo* |utt o» you would for Mack-and-wMt* picture*. We hav* dies for most roN-flim camefai—Koda- color Film, Type A, for wraps at night, with flash or flood lighting, and Daylight Kodacolor Film for outdoor shot*. Get tome for your camera today. Alton, Wood River, Jerseyi-ille S TIMES-JAN. 18-28 and 30— OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Statement of Resources and Liabilities of ALTON BANKING * TRUST CO. located at Alton, State of Illinois, nt the close of business on the 31st day of December, 1949, as shown by the annual report made by the laid corporation as a trust company, to the Auditor of Public Accounts of the State of Illinois, pursuant to law. | RESOURCES 1. Cash and due from banks $ 2,205,413.37 2. Outside checks and other cash items 6.0o 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 $62,984.51. Furniture and fixtures S15.298.20 78,282.71 11. Other resources 6,814.34 Grand Total Resources $11,948,081.39 LIABILITIES IX 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 18. Time deposits 3,919,954.38 . Total of deposits: (1) Secured b^ pledge of assols $ 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: A»wt» I'ledgei! to Secure LUtnUltiea; 26. Assets pledged: overnment obliations direct and/or 793,000.00 (a) U. S Government obligations, direct and/or lully guaranteed ............................. $ Total Amount of Assets Pledged (excluding rediscounts) * 793,000.00 27. Purpose and Amount of Pledge: (a) Against U. S. Government and Postal Savings deposits * 300.000.00 (b) Against funds of State of Illinois 220,000.00 (e) To own trust department against uninvested trust funds 220.000.00 (f) With Auditor of Public Accounts to qualify for the exercise of fiduciary powers 53,000.00 Total Amount of Asset* Pledged (must agree with Item 26) » 793,000,00 •TATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY OF MADISON—ss. Lawrence Keller, Jr., one of the managing officers, and W. C. Gachwend and I. H. Streeper, HI, two of the directors of Alton Banking A Truat Co., a corporation of the Slate of Illinois, being severally duly •Mink Mich upon his oath states: That he makes this affidavit for the •Mjfffftf of complying with the requirements of Sections 0 and 10 of an IS 0Tllw General Assembly of the State of Illinois, entitled "An Act STWovide lor and regulate the administration of trusts by trust com"Hut the foregoing report of the Mid corporation on the afore* date, la true and correct In all respects to the best of his > Mid belief, and that he has examined the assets and books company for the purpose of making said statement. LAWRENCE 1 KELLER. • Viet President. 1. H. STREKPKR, III, W. C. CSCHWEND, Directors. "* 1 *^*lB^*' 'JSte ?r^'W ft •tititt to hefor. m, W Moury Public. KEEP A THRIFTY EYE on BIEDERMANS in '50! Buy Th«m All! A Special UM for Every Ont! 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