Alton Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 6, 1947, Alton, Illinois
ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY g.
Roxana Cubs lo Attend Church
ROXANA. Feb 8 — Cub grouts of Pack No. 7 were hoots Wednes-4py fv sninf tt tho Edison School
nmnMlum to cute from Hartford and Bethalto. Basketball vs*' played and 98 scouts participated in the ain* fames played before a crowd
of 30f» parents and friend*! Hartford v»<»n three game*; Bethalto won one and tied one; and Roxana won four and tied one. Referees were Donald Arnold <*nd Joe Hill. Scorekeeper wa* William Jacoby and 11 melter per wa* C. Clevenger Cu bm after* are Fred Stout, Bethalto: Raymond Skinner. Hart
ford; Eugene Robinson, Roxana, Cute voted to attend th# Roxana N agatine Church next Sunday mornirtf in a body. Sunday l» the beginning of Scout Week and th* scout* will meet at the Edison School Building at IO 55 a. Sunday.
T* Help tied Relative*
ROXANA — The Auxiliary of Veteran* of Foreign War* met Tue*eday at the Edison School building. The group voted to send |3 to the til mob Cottage at V. of F W, National Orphan* Home in Easton Rapids Mich. and to *end a box to the therapy department at Marion Hospital. A rummage ante la to be held at Turner Hall at Alton on March 8 A drive will be made to interview and compile Information on sur-kin of Harriet
next-of-kin and obtain Information which la necessary to establish mr-
xiv or benefit right*. The information received will be tent to the Illinois Veteran Comm namer at their state office In Bprtaffleld. The committee commit* of Mr*. France* Mancha k. chair mao; Mr*. Helen Powell. Mr* Beatrice Black and Mr* Flo*vie Nev tux.
Enter* Nurse* Training ROXANA — Mi** Yvonne Overby, daughter of Mr, and Mr*. Claud** Overby of South Roxana, end Mi** Ruth Forcing, daughter of Mr and Mr*. Lawrence Forcing of Hartford, left today to begin rn nurse* training course at Si Luke * Ho*pi tai at St. Loui* Mkt Overfly U a graduate of the Roxana High School in the Jan** clan* of 48, and Mi** Forcing graduated from the Wood River High School, also ta June. 1946
Attend C hrbtening ROXANA — Mr*. Leo Jackson of 137 F.axt Fifth at reel ha* return-cd home after rifting her daugt far and family. Mr. and Mr*. John Nam. at Springfield, While Mr* Jackson na* there, her Infant K,I, rut,* rn wa* christened, Ai*o gue*t* at the Nash home while Mi*. Jn< kson wa* a gue*t were her em and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mr*. Edward Jackson and aoli of Ziegler.
Rotary Out* Meet*
ROXANA. — The Roxana Rotary Oub met Wednesday at noon at Hie Presbyterian Church Latham Hi nit, grade school superintendent. spoke to the group on ‘The School Ta* Question"
Birthday Dinner ROXANA — Mr. and Mrv Michael Jordon of 12d East Sixth street gave a dinner Sunday evening in honor of the seventh birth
included Mr*. H, J Otto sad fcsm-Oy. Mr. and Mrv Harold Hake and daughters, and Mr, and Mr*. Robert Hand from St. Louis Michael received gifts from hie guest* .
Mn*, /urns*alt Showered
ROXANA — A shower was given Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Ray H Pruett of 725 Main .treat. South Roxana, in honor of her stater*in-taw, Mr*, Dean Zuni* walt of Smith Roxana. Guest* who attended were Mr* Bertha Spring-man. Wood River; Mr*. Limb Rigsby. Mr* Charta* EHI*. Mr* James Metcalf. Mr*. Kenneth Zumwalt. Mr* Parker Zumwalt. Mr*. James Ellis, sr., end Mr*. Ralph McRey* (Mids Hartford; Mr* Paul Potter, Mrs. Carl Douglas Mr* Carl McDonough. Mr*. Verite Virgin, Mss John Spudich. Mrs, Mal Zurtiwalt. Mr*. Wilson Stagnor South Roxana; Mrs Arthur Howell, Mrs Cele*'a Lonenn**cker and daughter. Marian. Granite City. Refresh menta were nerved by Mea. Pruett Rosalia Notes
ROXANA — Mrs. Gene Tumbie-• on of 513 Doe 11, has te en making daily trip* Vs Hunker Hill to attend her mother, Mrs Jan,*** M. Crouch, wino is iii. Mr* Ciou*h wa* a former Roxana resident.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dike of South Roxana will have a* their guest* tonight at dinner Mr. and Mrs Frank Dike of East Alton. Mr, and Mrs, Frank Dike are the pat
mom is Mrs, Frank Dike * birthday.
, Mr. and Mi* Lavon# Frank of 300 Rhom street spent the past weekend visiting Mi*. Ft ank‘* parents, Mr. and Mr*. Frank Denning. at Vandalia
Mr. and Mrs, Earl Mort I* of Sixth street are visiting Mrs. Morel* parents at PinkneyvUle Mor-j fin is hand director at the Roxana High School
Mr. and Mrs. Ray H Pruett of 725 Main street. South Roxana, visited Sunday with Mrs, Pruett’s bro-titer and family, Mr, and Mrs. Parker Zumwalt, of Hartford.
Mr,' and Mr*. Dean Zumwalt •pent the weekend visiting with Mrs. Zumwalt's grandparent*. Mr. and Mr*. Leri Howell, at Detroit.
Mrs. Louis Arnold of 144 East Fifth street left Wednesday for Scottville to vhlt her sister. Mrs Helen Powell. Mr. and Mrs Powell are announcing the birth of a son.
chapter, which Is headed by Mrs. Leona Lash and Mrs. Irene Yack.
Kum-Jein-t * Claes
BETHALTO — Members of the
Kum-Join-Us Sunday School class of the Methodist Church will meet Friday at 7:30 p. rn. The meeting 4s to be in the chute* basement and Mrs. Catherine McAdams and Mrs. Mattie Clark will .verve a* hostesses. Devotions will be led by Mrs. Thelma Beaman. The meeting will clow with a social period and serving of refreshments. Mrs. Mae Rhine is th* class teacher.
Rehearsal Friday Night
BETHALTO—Mil. Aldane Leonard, worthy matron of the local Eastern Star chapter, has called a rehearsal of the Initiation ceremony for officers and members,
* preparatory for an initiation Monday. Rehearsal will be Friday at
7 J0 p. rn.
Mr*. Alma Ro*tin, local associate macron, was among the honored guests at an associate matrons party given at Edwardsville Tue* day night She served as honorary organist.
Rotary Hears J. Cid* ells
BETHALTO — The Rotary Club met Wednesday evening at the Presbyterian Church.
Ervin Pledge Introduced Joseph Crivello of Alton, who spoke on “Salesmanship”.
Plegge named John Havelka as program chairman for next week.
The City of Wood River acquired Its name from the stream of Wood river which was so-called by the earliest white settlers In that ara#
Bethalto liodge Supper Saturday
BETHALTO. Feb 6 - Member* of the Eastern Star chapter will ; sponsor a public spaghetti supper Saturday at the Legion hall. Serving will begin at 5:30 p rn.
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'Statement af Rescuer** and Liabilities «»f
FIRST NATIONAL BANK A TRUST COMPANY
In Alton located at Altern, State of lilinois. at the clo*# of bual ne** on the 31st day of December, 1948. a* shown by the annual report by the •aid corporation aa a trust company, to the Auditor of Public Accounts of the State of miaou, pursuant to law
I. Cash and due from banks ....... *.......I T}Wji5B.71
J Outside checks and other cath Item* ............. 31 J. I VMW
3 I' S Government obligations, direct and/or fully
gust anteed ...........TT........................... 1.1.IRV MOSO
4 Other bonds stocks and securities...................
5. Ixian* and discount* .....i....... 3,145,21 J.T7
7. Banking house 1300,000 00, Furniture and Fixtures, _
None .............................................. "MSS 11
ll Omer resource* . .................................. 6,1...>4
TI IIF TAS CLASSIC!
Grand Total Resource* ...........................
ll Capital stock .....................................
ll Surplus ...........................................
U Undivided profit* (Net)............................
16 Reserve Accounts ..............................
17 Demand deposits ...................................
IR. Time deposits ......................
19. Du# to banks ...............................
Total of deposit*;
ti) Secured by pledge of assets ....$ 819,290 12
*2) Not secured by pledge of assets.. 29,004,033 57
I 500.000.fi0 500,00000 594,738 ll HSJ ss•(si , 20.128,982 57 , 9,168,945 33
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(3> Total deposit* IS Other liabilities ....
. $ 11,583,UCI 00
Grand Total Liabilities.........................
MCMORANDt M Assets Pledged to Secure Liabilities
lf Assets pledged _
(•> V. S. Government obligations, direct and/or
fully guaranteed ........ I 1,1*0.230no
tit Other bonds, slocks and aecurtties ............ .TgR.nonOO
Total Amount of Asaets Pledged (excluding
rediscounts) ............. I 1.528,230OO
IT. Purpose and Amount of Pledge
(a) Against V. S. Government and Postal Saving*
deport* ................. I 1.089,00000
(c> To own trust department against uninvested
trust fund* ...... • • • 318*000.00 J
tf> With Auditor of Public Ai counts to qualify
for Die exeictse of fiduciary powers.......... 135^30.00;
To**1 Amount of Assets Pledged (must agree with
It.rn 28) ............................................... ...
STATE OK ILLINOIS,
COUNTY OF MADISON-ss.
W B Allen, one of the managing officers, and L A St hinny and Samuel Wade, two of the director* of the Fir*! National Rank A Trust ; Company in Alton, a corporation of th# State of ti S. National Bank Art being severally duly sworn, each upon his oath states: That he j makes thts affidavit for th# purpose of complying with th# require-! merits of Sections 9 and IO of an Act of th# Genet a1 Assembly of the State of Illinois, entitled “An Act to provide for aud regulate the administration of trusts by trust companies ‘ That the foregoing j report of tho said corporation on the aforementioned date, to true i and correct in ail respects to the be*t of his knowledge and belief, and that he has examined t he asaets and books of the said company for tnt
purpose of making said statement. _________
w W. B. ALLEN, Caabiar.
L A. BCH LA FLY. I
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 28th day of January, 1947. CREAL) ti <2- MORGENROTH
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