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APPLETON evaluation Ckurch note The regular service meeting that theChristian Endeavor society of FirstReformed church will certainly be hosted at theparsonage Thursday evening at 7:30o "clock. W. S. Ryan handle the society atthe conference Sunday evening, telling ofhis experiences together a Y. M. C. A. Workerin Japan. The Woman"s Missionary culture ofFirst Reformed church will accomplish Fri-day evening at the house of Mrs. Her-man Meyer, N. Division street. Altar Guild of every Saints Episcopalchurch met at the home of the MissesFlorence and Maude Harwood, E. Northstreet, Monday evening. New officerswere elected, after which a social hourwas enjoyed. New officers the the sacred Heart so-ciety of sacred Heart church were in-stalled Sunday afternoon, the Rev. F.L. Ruessmann, pastor of the church,acting together installing officer. The newofficers room Robert McGillan, president;Len L. Somers, angry president; Lawrence Casper, record secretary; Jiseph Blob, gaue won secretary; JosepHopfensperger, treasurer; Oscar Dohmessenger; George Foley, warderGeorge Stadler and Jacob Walters, flabearers; and John Knuijt, trustee fothree years. Six new members to be a(mitted to the society. One informssocial complied with the business sessioiCards furnished entertainment and rfreshments to be served. Mrs. William Struck, 1304 W. Seconstreet, was hostess to chapters T anM the Trinity English Lutheran churcMonday evening. The company sessicwas adhered to by a social. Every Saints congregation it was observed thopening that the Epiphany season wita communion business at 7 o"clock thmorning. St. Joseph society, the earliest frternal benefit culture in the city, he>its sixty-second annual meeting at SJoseph hall Sunday afternoon. The sciety was arranged February 2, 186for the function of calculation sick atfuneral services to its members and fi Transit Number 79-86 REPORT the THE problem of the Appleton State bank Liocated in ~ Appleton, Wisconsinat the close of business on December 31, 1930 pursuant come CALLby the Commissioner that Banking. AN official PUBLICATION. RESOURCESLoans and also Discounts, consisting of rediscounts, if any: Commercial paper All other loans and discounts ................... $1,561,378.40Overdrafts ................ 485.78United states Securities owned: Owned and unpledged ......................... 58,002.00Other Stocks and Securities ...................... 4,580.00Other Bonds: Unpledged ........................ 406,508.68Banking house ................................ 57,000.00Furniture and Fixtures ......................... 8,000.00Other real Estate own ........................ 29,675.00Cash top top hand and due from federal Reserve Bank and also approved Reserve financial institutions ................... 387,258.03Exchanges for Clearing House and Checks top top other banks in the same location ....................... 23,802.37Cash items ................................... 4,545.09Other assets .................................. 17,819.85 complete ....................................... $2,559,055.20 LIABILITIESCapital stock paid in ..............Surplus money ....................Amount scheduled for count .......... $ 2,500.00Amount reserved for attention accrued 31,730.98Due to banks, store ............. 89,291.69Individual deposits subject to check. 622,892.31Certified checks .................. 408.80Cashier checks impressive .......... 7,035.00 719,627.80Time certificate of shop ........ 860,887.88Savings store ................. 674,308.54 1,535,196.42$ 100,000.00 170,000.00 34,230.98 2,254,824.22 full .......... .................. $2,559,055.20State that WisconsinCounty of Outagamie SS. I, M. A. Schuh, Cashier of the over named bank, carry out solemnlyswear the the foregoing statement is true come the ideal of mine knowl-edge and belief. M. A. SCHUH, Cashier. Exactly Attest: B. J. ZUEHLKE, A. H. KRUGMEIER, Directors.Subscribed and also sworn to before me this 6th day that January, 1931. GEORGE T. RICHARD, Notary Public. My commission expires Aug. 26, 1934.the promo of Christian ideals. Itwas organized seven months before St.Joseph parish, and the very first lot deededfor church purposes was given to thesociety come be hosted in trust until achurch might be built. Building and construction ofthe church commenced in September,1868. The principal business at Sun-days" meeting was the environment ofofficers. The Rev. Theophilus Riesingerwas the installing officer. The spiritualdirector is the Rev. Crescentian Voel-pel. Oscar W. Nitsche is the pastpresident; Clemence Noworatzky, presi-dent; Wenzel Grosser, evil president;Henry E. Roemer, record secretary;Maurice Heinemann, jae won secre-tary; Joseph Tennie, treasurer; FredStoeffel, trustee because that one year; JohnNowak, trustee for three years; Wil-liam Merkle, messenger; Anton Nick-asch, marshal; Jacob Osowsky andRudolph Nowak, banner carriers; Dr.G. T. Hegner, clinical advisor; and Jo-seph Mayer, speaker. Following theinstallation services, the Rev. Theophi-lus Riesinger gave an attend to on thepast tasks of the society and dis-cussed the future work. A report bythe secretary revealed that there arenow 286 members enrolled, and also thatduring the year the sum of $2513 waspaid the end in sick and also death benefits.The local culture is affiliated with theCatholic main Verein that Americaand v the state organization. Onehundred members to be in attendanceat Sunday"s meeting. Plan were produced a advantage cardparty come be given at St. Joseph hallTuesday evening, January 13, the pro-ceeds to be supplied for welfare workamong members of the society. Officerswill have actually charge the arrangements. The Ladies" Aid society of MemorialPresbyterian church met at the homeof Mrs. G. D. Thomas, E. Harris street,Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. W. H. Killenand Mrs. Thomas were the hostesses, as-sisted by miss out on Marion Smith, Mrs. W.A. Fannon, and also Mrs. E. W. Shannon.Reports were given on the bazaar heldin December and also plans made come com-plete the year"s work. Mrs. DorA Brown will be chairman ofa series of card parties to it is in sponsoredby the Christian Mothers society ofSt. Mary church. This parties willbe held on Friday afternoons. Planswere likewise completed because that a map partySunday evening, January 11. Mrs. PatVaughn to be appointed chairman. Gerold Franz has actually been elected presi-dent the the Star League, created ofyoung people"s societies of the Congre-gational, Presbyterian, Methodist, Bap-tist, Episcopal, Evangelical, and also FirstReformed churches. Norman Clapp willbe the new vice president; and MissHelen Harrison secretary and treas-urer. The league has actually been invite toparticipate in a young people"s rally inFebruary, the ar to be decided later.Plans were additionally made for a sleighrideas soon thus an activity becomespossible. The state that Idaho leader in forestarea, in the unified States, having 19,-30,000,813 acres. California comes nextwith "19,026,819 acres. Mrs. Hattie Engler, 315 E. SouthRiver street, has announced the en-gagement of her daughter, Dorothy, toClarence N. Johndreau, Minneapolis.Both space graduates of the Iowa Statecollege. Miss Engler is a teacher atthe Roosevelt junior high college andMr. Johndreau is business secretary ofthe main Branch Y. M. C. A., Min-neapolis. Mr. And Mrs. John Krueger, N. Ap-pleton street, have actually announced the en-gagement of your daughter, Viola, toCarl Hofacker, Kimberly. Clu Activities, W. T. Hughes, president of the Ki-wanis club, has announced the appoint-ment that committee chairmen to serveduring the year. They room Otto Tank,agriculture; H. D. Purdy, athletics;John Wilcox, attendance; Paul Cary,Sr., business standards; Dr. H. F.O"Brien, classification and membership;Dr. E. L. Bolton, Kiwanis education;Guy Marston, finance; Dr. Max Goeres,good will and also reception; Herbert Sat-terstrom, house and menu; A. G. Ooster-hous, interclub relations; CharlesHuesemann, laws and regulations; Or-ville Hegner, program; Ralph Watts,public affairs; J. M. Macauley, pub-licity; Alex Benz, under-privilegedchild; john R. Frampton, vocationalguidance and placement; George Nixon,music; George Packard, George Nolting,and A. W. Marklman, representatives onthe civic council. Fred E. Schlintz hasbeen named general chairman of theconvention committee. Appleton willentertain the 1931 meeting of the Wis-consin-Upper Michigan ar in Au-gust. Paul V. Cary, Sr., district trustee ofthe Appleton Kiwanis club, will certainly repre-sent the" neighborhood organization at the mid-winter conference the the Wisconsin-Upper Michigan ar of Kiwanisclubs in ~ Milwaukee January 6 and 7.Three Appleton Kiwanians will certainly parti-cipate in the program. Joshua L. Johns,international trustee, provided an addressat the noon session today, and also will talkon The Kiwanis leadership TrainingJanu The marital relationship of MisBreneman, Cincinnati, 0.,E. Buchanan, son of Mr. AiBuchanan, Appleton, toolnary 3 in ~ the bride"s honDati. Miss Josephine Bueof the groom, was a bridescis Jenkins of Appleton wand man Stevens, Jr., wMr. And Mrs. Buchanan v28 Bellaire court, Appleto Engagemen The engagement ofDiderrieh, daughter of IVJohn Diderrich, 516 E. NoWard 0. Wheeler, boy of :F. G. Wheeler, 810 E. Cowas announced in ~ a partyDiderrich home recently. 4 * *