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.- TheM_a!ak_off News, Thursday, Feb.. !:9, !.~. !:!B By ANN ROUNSAVALL of Citizens State Bank of were welcomed through the of the business' plush new eek. at 115 Royall Blvd., the 8,000 foot building offers spacious areas, offices, and meeting and rooms. brick forming the exterior tiding was provided by Texas in Malakoff. There are active drive through windows, a Window for expansion, and 65 vehicles at one time landscaped property. Nursery and Garden Center the landscaping, as well as plants used to decorate the in- Weeter and Associates of are the architects responsible design of the building, and Don 7o. served as builder. Savage of Summey, Weeter was the interior designer. enter the service area solid mahogany double are six paying and teller stations, two loan and teller stations, one interest and areas for loan affairs and secretaries. Tellers work a skylight, and additional in the service area is provided and spot lighting. )tion area welcomes with rich green stuffed S~rrounding glass topped rounde xterior walls in the area a ;s, giving employees and constant view to the out- the walls in the area are from China, and hand- Llhangings from Afghanistan. also provides a hidden that can be utilized if the decided to go to extended the future. The glass barrier be used to close off" all but one unit and two loan officer areas. auk could operate after hours with dl portion of the building open in style, in varying shades of brown. Ceramic and brass planters for over- sized fern potplants are used for ad- ditional decoration, and the room has a separate seating area. Carpeting in the bookkeeping area switches from the soft yellow beige carpet of the service area to dark brown. Between the two areas is a semi-private customer service area for anyone needing the assistance of bookkeeping. Two additional private of- rices are also located in the area. With one wall of the bookkeeping area a glass wall overlooking the Hwy. 31 area of Malakoff, other walls are shaded in burnt orange and off white. Storm tinted windows are used in all glass walls facing outside of the building. A fireproof records vault ad- joins that department, and a separate mail and duplication room is also provided. Employees are provided a lounge, with striped multi-colored carpeting and an outside view. Green cane bottom chairs are used around white formica topped tables, and the area provides a television, refrigerator, and microwave oven for employee use. Restrooms are decorated with mar- ble vanity tops and striped wallpaper in shades of blue, brown and white. In addition to the most modern vault facility available anywhere, customers are also provided four private rooms for use with lock boxes. The building was designed and decorated with efficient, comfortable customer service foremost in mind. :i "t* * S m CHIzens, lal Bank's new front entrance shaded by an old oak tree St.f/photos Ann Rou,zs.v.fE Walls are covered with blinds provided by Carva Beidler Fair in Malakoff. Walls are :h grass paper and some silk the ceiling throughout the acoustical. the completeness of design hardware. off the main service area is board meeting room. table centers the room with surrounding it. A seating by the glass wail. a coffee bar. of the president looks out service area through a glass is designed with heavy wood wall of the room has view through another glass for the room is traditional Directors, officers, and employees alike take pride in their new bank building, and utilize the facility to make customer service even better for customers. Dan Royall, Jr. is chairman of the beard of directors. Other directors in- clude O.L. Albritton, Jr., Philip R. Bishop, C.B. Bradshaw, E.H. Gatlin, Jr., AI Inmon, Carney Kirby, Leo Kinabrew, and M Stephen Sutton. Officers include Sutton, who is president; Dennis P. Halter, vice president and secretary to the board; Barbara Rogers, vice president; Joyce Faulk, cashier; and Delta Mattingly, assistant cashier. Employees include Ew~ Wright, executive secretary: Peggy Ester, loan secretary; Beth Parker, credfl depar- tment; Jeri Prentice, new accounts; Ann Blakeney, C.D. desk; Marilyn Car ter, note department: and Verona Robertson, note department. In the paying and receiving teller area is Connie Bradley, Marilyn Shute ..................... ..... Sharon Leath, Karen Gabbert, and Kathy Bennett. Ruby Dukes and Lois tlarris work in the bookkeeping department, and Janene Vaculin is in proof and transit. 1 The lobby at Citizens State Bank is spacious and comfortable QUstomers will meet with the president in his private office Bank President Steve Sutton and Steve Halter welcome customel ing into the president's office of Citizens State Bank Tellers will work tinder a skylight at their new bank building