Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 19, 1950 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, January 19, 1950
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f HUIWDAY, JANUARY 1*, 1**0 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH RNA at Kemper Elects Officers Mrs. Eula Elliottt Is New Oracle MEDORA, Jan. 19.—(Special.)— Sunbeam Camp 9906, Kemper, met Tuertay afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Phlppg and elected officer* at follows: Oracle, Mr*. Eula Elliott; vice- oracle, Mrt. Myrtle Statton; past oracle, Mrs. Annie Burger; recorder, Mrs. Meda Tober; receiver, MlM Marie Elliott; chancellor, Mrs. Lora Belle Roberts; marshal, Mrs. Edna Ryan; assistant marshal, Mrs. Cleda Lockyer; managers, Mrs. Edna Ryan, Mrs. Lora Belle Rob* erts, Paul Quirk; physician, Dr. Brewster, Jerseyvllle. • Mrs. Phlpps served as Installing officer and the officers-elect present were Installed. Attend BYF Rally MEDORA.—A Baptist Youth Fellowship rally of the West Central Association was held at Manchester Monday evening. Persons from the Kemper Baptist Church attending were Morris Elliott, Tommy B. Ruyle and Darrel Walters. Church Announcements MEDORA.—Sunday school at the Methodist church will be at 9:45 a. m. Sunday and at 11 a. m. Dr. Hurley of Lebanon will conduct fourth and last quarterly conference. The Rev. E. W. Fox, pastor, will preach in the evening at 7:30. At the Baptist church, Elder William Beeny will preach at 9:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school follows the morning service. BTU will be at 6:30 p. m. At the Summerville Presbyterian Church, Sunday school will be at 9:45 and Eugene Fisher, Shurtleff College student, will preach at 11. Attend Brighton Funeral MEDORA.—Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ruyle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Ruyle and Mr. and Mrs, Milford Ryan attended the funeral of Mrs. Anna Boker of Brighton, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Boker was the mother of Mrs. Chester Ruyle of Medora. Byron Ruyle of Medora, a grandson, was one of the pallbearers. Medora Notes MEDORA.—Mr. and Mrs. Wess Pursey of Carlinville called on Mrs. Pursey's uncle, J. F. Shields, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs.. Lor is Harbert and family of Morrisonville spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Herbert's sister, Mrs. Vernon Sarginson. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Bowker returned Monday from Decatur, where they had been called last week by the death of Mrs. Bowker's brother, Albert Owens. Melvln Owens of San Bernardino, Calif., the Rev. Harold Owens of Little Rock, Ark., Mrs. A. F. Owens, and Joseph Savlll of Decatur, accompanied them home and spent the day. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Korte of Alton were supper guests Tuesday evening of Mrs. Korte's mother, Mrs. Lelta Tlce and grandmother, Mrs. Allle Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Griffith and family visited Sunday with Mrs. Griffith's parents., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heuser in Alton. In the evening they were guests at the Clarence Dowland home in Chesterfield. Mrs. Martin Roberts and daughter, Nancy Lee of Kemper, visited -Monday evening with her sister, Mrs. Fred Bruns. Mrs. Arthur Gwilllm accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Bernlce Lahr of Piasa to St. Louis Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Buffprd and Rosetta Matthews attended the .funeral of the letter's grandfather, 60 Enroll forAduhEvening Clastc* at WoodRiter High WOOD RIVER, Jan. Id—Almost 60 persons have registered for four new courses In the adult edu« cation evening division of East Alton-Wood River Community High School. Classes begin Tufts* day. Registration figures for the new courses are 18 In shorthand; 15 in typing; 12 in clothing, and 13 ttt the "Build-It" shop course. Although classes have met once, a few more Individuals can be ac- comodated In all the classes providing they enroll next week. Classes will meet for a term of ten weeks. There is a charge of $5 for residents and $10 for nonresidents to cover instructlnna) fees. The cost figures 50 cents per meeting on a ten-week basis. There were insufficient registrations in another proposed course, arts and' crafts, but those interested In such a course 'are to meet again Jan. 24 at which time registrations will be open. The class will be taught by Joseph Traband and the craft work is to deal with textiles and fabric decorations. The school has received several calls asking for a beginning welding .course and inquirers have been advised that the school tfould not be able to offer such a course this spring, but if persons who are interested will meet in the shop room at 7 p. m., Jan. 23, the class will be organized. There will be a registration fee of $15. Labeling the response to the new offerings as enthusiastic, Principal A. Edson Smith said the school regrets not enough persons were Interested in the Arts and Crafts course, but hopes desire for such a course will build up. Smith said, "We think this is the beginning of a program that will be extended a great deal next year." Instructors in the new courses are James Harris, typing; Miss Dorothy Williams, shorthand; Leroy Wiley, "Build-It" shop course, and Neil Lucey, beginning welding. A clothing teacher has not been named. Courses of last year which were continued include 'two classes in boiler-maker welding; one class in pipe-fitter welding; two classes in apprentice carpentry and one class in tailoring. Sea slugs must be boiled and gutted before being smoked or dried. Clem A. Fry in Alton Monday. The condition of Raymond Carroll at Alton Memorial Hospital remains unchanged, according to word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll Wednesday morning. ' . Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Challacombe visited Saturday evening; at the Clifford Turner home in Kemper. Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Hunt spent Tuesday in St. Louis. Mrs. William Searles and Miss Anita Chism visited Tuesday with Mrs. Searles' sister, Mrs. John Quirk in Jersey County. Mrs. Nelle Warner and mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Ore, were in Alton Tuesday. William Rands and sister, Mrs. Nellie Plnkerton of Fayette were guests Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Maska. Mrs. H. F. Shields spent Tuesday in Alton. Mrs. F. J. Hunt spent Wednesday in Bunker Hill with her sister, Mrs. Bessie Forwood. Miss Carol Bruns visited Tuesday night with Misses Edna and Eileen Jones in the Bethel vicinity. Mrs. Jack Slouffe received word that her sister, Mrs. Winston Harris, underwent surgery in St. Joseph's Hospital, Alton, Monday. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Statement of Renourc«n and Liabilities of FIRST NATIONAL BANK ft TRUST COMPANY IN ALTON located at Alton, State of Illinois, at the close of business on the 31st day of December, 1949, as shown by the annual report made by the said 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 $ 7,560,061.81 2. Outside checks and other cash items 645,543.67 3. U. S. Government obligations, direct and/or fully guaranteed 13,464,500.00 4. Other bonds, stocks and securities 6,909,835.64 5. Loans and discounts 4,974 632.78 7. Banking house $225,000.00 225,000.00 8. Other real estate 30,000.00 11.'Other resources 5,220.42 Grand Total Resources $33,815,394.32 LIABILITIES 12. Capital stock $ 500,000.00 14. Surplus 500,000.00 15. Undivided profits (Net) 1,042,633.80 16. Reserve accounts 225,000.00 17. Demand deposits 22,241,183.90 18. Time deposits 9,002,654.37 19. Due to banks . 303,922.25 Total of deposits: (1) Secured by pledge of assets $ 1,570,159.67 <2> Not secured by pledge of assets ... 29,977,600.85 Shiftman Area Bond Election Set Saturday SH1PMAN, Jan. 18—(Specall)— Voters In this area will pass ji»dg- meftt oft a proposition Involving issuance of $20,000 In bonds for roads Improvements at a special election Saturday. Petitions setting up the election were filed in the office of Town Clerk H. R. French Dec. 31. Polling places will be: Prfclnct 1, Shlpman Village Hall; precinct 2, Schaefer Hall, Plasa; preplnct 3, Medora Village Hall; Polls will be open from 6 a. S p. m. Shiftman Notes SHIPJiAN—Mrs. Truman Rodgers and daughter, Dolores, and son, *Larry, Plalnvlew, visited Mrs. Earl Day and daughter on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jaynes, Mrs. Marshall Halliday, and daughter, Marsha Kay, and Mrs. L F. Bosomworth were at Alton Monday. Alton visitors Tuesday were Mrs. E. J. Kahl, Mrs. Wilbur Kahl, Mrs. F. F. Kahl, and Mrs. Edna Travers. The Rev. E. W. Dickey and Vernon Sprlngman attended the Hawthorne Group Methodist Youth Fellowship meeting at the Kano Methodist Church, Monday e\-ening. Mr. and, Mrs. Jay Alward and sou visited Monday with Mrs. Alward's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brueggeman. IlllnAls Soldier Fights Brush Fire COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Jan. 19 — MPt — Pvt. Marvin A. Pevls of Smlthboro, III., Is amonj th^e casualties of the fire which swept 50 square miles of brush near here Wednesday. Camp Carson officials said Pevls is in a serious condition from burns suffered while fighting tha tola* *tth othtr military personnel. To keep the "tlnaa cent lamps from Ming fogged by metal particles thrown off by the glowing filament, a small, but powerful, electromagnet Is applied against one spot. This attracts all the particles, leaving the rest of the glass clear. The National Geographic Society says dried sea slugs are on« of the chief exports of Port Moresby, New Guinea. ffowffaPAG Turned the TIDE in the Soap Industry? . fee Pan 22 WHILE THEY LAST Friday, Saturday and Monday 3 DAYS ONLY (8) Total deposits $31,547,760.52 Grand Total Liabilities 133,815,394.32 MEMORANDUM: Assets Pledged to Secure Liabilities: 26. Assets pledged: (a) U. S. Government obligations, direct and/or fully guaranteed $ 1,790,230.00 (b) Other bonds, stocks and securities 999,000.00 ' Total Amount of Assets Pledged (excluding rediscounts) I 2,789,230.00 2T. Purpose and Amount of Pledge: (a) Against U. S. Government and Postal Savings deposits | 1,355,000.00 (b) Against funds of State of Illinois 300,000.00 <c) To own trust department against uninvested trust funds 999,000.00 (f) With Auditor of Public Accounts to qualify for the exercise of fiduciary powers 135,230.00 Total Amount of Assets Pledged (must agree with Item 26) S 2,789,230.00 STATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY OF MADISON.SS. Samuel Wade, one of the managing officers, and J. A. Ryrie and C. D. Eastman, two of the directors of First National Bank * Trust Company in Alton, a corporation of the U. S. National Banking Act being severally duly sworn,_each upon his oath states: That he makes this affidavit for the purpose of complying with the requirements of Sections 9 and 10 of an Act of the General Assembly of State of Illinois, entitled "An Act to provide for and regulate the administration of trusts by trust companies." 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