The Hancock-Henderson Quill, Inc.
Compiled and Edited by Virginia Ross
Registrar for Daniel McMillan Chapter, N.S.D.A.R.1916
Stronghurst Graphic, Jan. 13, 1916
BANKS HOLD ANNUAL ELECTION: Nearly all the banks in Henderson County began a new year of business with the election of officers. The two Stronghurst banks now have resources of $827,000. The State Bank of Stronghurst showing approximately $600,000 and the First National $227,000. Those chosen by the State Bank are as follows: G. Henry Annegers, G.W.Chandler, Frank Crenshaw, C.H.Curry, Wm. Hartquist, J.E.Painter, W.C.Tubbs, C.H.Davis, and Wm. Wilshire. Directors for the First National will be John Carothers, L.M. Loomis, C.E. Peasley, H.N. Vaughn, George Dixson, C.H.Davis, Del Dixson, A.A.Worthington.
The old bank officials have also been selected for the ensuing year. For the State Bank Frank Crenshaw, Pres.; G. Henry Annegers, 1st V.P.;G.W. Chandler, 2nd V.P.; C.R.Kaiser, Cashier; and D. Prescott, Ass't. Cashier. For the First National C.E.Peasley, Pres.; John Carothers, 1st V.P.; L.M. Loomis, 2nd V.P.; J.E.Amerman, Cashier; J.F.McMillan, Ass't. Cashier.
WEDDING BELLS: Mr. Paul C. Carr and Miss Effie Trimmer were united in marriage on Jan.8 in Galesburg by the Rev. Joe Bell, D.D. at his residence with Fred Mudd as witness. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Trimmer and is an estimable young lady possessed of many charms and graces.
The groom, a son of O.O.Carr of Kenwood Ave., Chicago, has been employed here for a number of months as signal helper for the Santa Fe R.R. He is an industrious young man of good habits and enjoys the esteem of his associates and friends in this community.
Following the wedding ceremony, the newly married pair left by train for Chicago where they expect to visit amongst relatives of the groom.