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The Malakoff News, Thursday, April held by the Malakoff Public hold a poster contest Week. be from kindergar- grade and from fourth third prizes will be did a real good job. Aaron kott participated in the Sun- day morning service at the Central Baptist Church along with other children in his class. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle scott and his gran- dmother, Mamle Lou Scott attended the service. His grandaddy, Dee Scott, heard the service also even though he did not go, as it was broadcasted on the radio. Ruth Llerly of Arlington was a visitor in Malakoff over the weekend on Satur- day. She went to Corsicans and boarded the bus for Huntsville where her friend Evelyn Irwin picked bar up. She will visited with MI'. and Mrs. Don Andrews Islands". Laura Lindemann will be and Stacy, of Athens. Staey Andrews returned home with them for the night. Her parents, Don and Ann, ate lunch on Sunday and picked her up. Mr. and Mrs. Rollen Robertson and Rbonda went to Lake Palestine last Friday and Saturday. Cinda Scrlmshlre and 8can of Odessa visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Scrim- shire and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Scrim- shire, Cory and Cody of Tool this week. Maxlne Scrlmshire is recovering from leader. The First Baptist Church bad a youth director and music director Join their staff last Sunday morning. The church voted to have him after a committee recommended him. He is Ray Bataen, formerly of the Emmanuel Baptist Church at Cersicana. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Batsou, Karen, James and Marcus spent Friday night in Malakoff getting acquainted with the youth and the choir. They bad a hot dog an operation which she underwent in a supper Friday night and then led the Dallas hospital recently. She is at choir in the songs that they would sing home. Cinda and Scan also visited with Sunday. Sunday they attended both at the Library spend a few days visiting with Evelyn her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aben- morningand evening services. will be underway and her family in Woodvflle. droth of Poynor. Mrs. A~endroth picked Deepest sympathy to the Alien 21 and winners will be Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foster of up Cinda and scan on Thursday of last family, who received word la=t Wed- April 22. Arlington were visitors in the home of week. neaday afternoon of the death of their a Full Meal Deal the G.V. Walkers for a short time on consisting of ham- Sunday afternoon. drink anddessert. On Saturday, the G.V. Walkers a Dairy Queen sun- ' will be a Dilly Bar. It's a Boy! on the con- Callaway birthday BRIAN COLE MORMAN Mark and Tammy Morman of Malakoff announce the birth of a son, Brian Cole, born March 20 at 11:48 a.m. in Navarre County Memorial Hospital. He weighed seven pounds and 13 ounces and was 21~ inches long. April 15th, 16th and 17th Heather and younger sister, Lucllle Yates, her parents, Jimmy and Sherry Tapley lovelingly known to one and all in of Emery visited with the JamesMalakoff as "Mutt". She attended Tapley family. They took Heather to school here. Athens to have her picture made. Heather is about two months old. This was her first visit to the grandparents home. However, her granddaddy, James and his daughter, Pam, went to Emery to visit her last week. Lucille Almond went to Tyler to the Azalea trail Friday with two other people from the MHMR Center in Mutt was 64 years old and a resident of Houston. She was survived by her husband, Kenneth Yatee and one son, Paul Allen Tolbert; one granddaughter, Pant, all of Houston; several nieces, nephews; two sisters, Mrs. Seth Ridgeway and Ruby Weeks; one brother, William Allen of Malakoff and brother Pete Allen of Marshall. them. ToBy Hulln went to Dallas for mo~, They bad Earble Davldson's funeral tests. He came through them Just fine: on Saturday at I p.m. in the Ross and Syria Hulln's sister from Marlin that Johnson Mortuary Chapel in Corsican& had the heart attack is improving. The Rev. Curtis R. Johnson officiated. He rest of the sick are improving. was the brother of Mrs. Ruby Graysoa Helen Tarver was home from Com- of Malakoff and Mrs. Willie Mac merce visiting with her parents over Steward of Kerens. the weekend. I m A bomestead exemption is a reduction in the taxable value of your residence homestead. Various types of homestead exemptions are available in Texas and, if you qualify, they can reduce your total property tax bill. Read on for details. - ~-=--Vxem"H'ms filed for the over-f5 or disability Phat homestead exemption, you will need Are Available? to make application this year. Or, if you have never received a daughter of Mr. and School districts offer a residence , homestead exemption on your present celebrated her homestead exemption to all home, an original application should back yard party. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Athens. Funeral servicee were held Friday at homeowners and additional be filed in }983. Mrs C B Lovelady of Palestine Street Big Bird_ ". ' . _ :'. . Jennie O ShaughneHy of Athens was 1 p.m. in Houston. Pallbearers were exemptions to persons who are Applications should be made to the served fruit punch to raternai granaparenm are Mr. ann in Corsicans on business Thursdav and nephews of the deceased, disabled or over 65. county appraisal district at the Mrs. CharlesMo"manofMalakoff. stopl~d-by---to visi-t wi-~ Polly---'Walker First Baptist on Highway 31bad won- Counties offer homestead many nice gifts from Paternal great-grandparents are address shown below. Forms are Thursday afternoon. We let her do her available from the appraisal office. Mrs Evilee Merman of Athens and Mr r m derful services Sunday morning with exemptions on their farm-to-market . - .......... good deed fo the day by acco paning Earp and children ana Mrs. n.u. ~'oole ot Mamgoit. us on the Cancer Drive. She stayed for the pastor, Rev. R.C, Hndge bringing or flood control tax rate, and may ,y of Rockdale spent Former POWs supper and then returned to her home. the message. There were quite a few offer optional exemptions to theT8 There a visltors. After services, the First Bap- disabled and elderly. ~Uy with her daddy, "" United Methodist Women went to 1 Deadline? -,rt,,. fr-m ~r~ ~m~rm~ Cedar Creek Lake Methodist Church tist Choir was invited to sing at Cedar Cities and other taxing districts Fork in Trinidad. Some members went may offer optional exemptions for the and Virginia Rober- v "4 ~ ........ ~ April 11th at 10 a.m. They were served For 1983, applications should be Lgview on business last ~,r~,,~,,-= |~ ]qk4Q,.||n luncheon by the host church after there to share in the services and some disabled and elderly "~Fo:~'r~a~for~ner~rL~e~slo~l~ar hearing Bishop Goodrich of Houston, went to C.M.E. Methodist to hear the All local taxing units offer anfiled on or before May 2. While late 'tson was in Dallas on ..... _~ ....... who is a retired Bishop, speak on Texas College Choir sing. It was Just exemption for certain disabled applications for exemptions may be 'day. were among zo nonorea m Marnn ,,w,,,,,,,4o,, Th,,~,. ,, ~,,,,a ,, ,m,= wonderful. Everyone seemed to enjoy veterans on one designated property, accepted incertaininstances, youcan ~oh,,ao,, A,~ril 9 at the M~r"- .... :"': ,-a ............. ~-o-'-~'~-~'~'.~~'.'~'~'~:t Additionally, many taxing unitsfully protect your rights by applying 30'rtsn Gtmnels sang aservice at the First V'et~rans A~minstration" Me(i'ic'ai yingPrtP cple:t dT urt eerm'eect r i ART LESSONS i offer a local option, percentage before the May 2 rendition deadline. S~day morning and Center as part of the National Pew- _ ............ homestead exemption to resident The StateProperty Tax Board has a Obituary " MIAD uangsmn, wanoa Alvin, uraee xar- - ay. . ........ borough. Galen Cravens, Evelyn Tan- homeownero, pamphlet, Taxpayers' Rights, Area resmenm nonoreo mcmoeu ....... ~ ~'ALLAGE~" I .............. ner, lisa Muler, r-rances uooaman, Remedies, Responsibilities!, to help - ./ Amer warning. James moxom ann ........... Hazel .,.j.,-- T_Tow Do I YOUtaxes. Get a freecopy at the appraisalunderstand your local property Everett Waldrum, all of Frankston and L ...... Ik Mar "- " R088 COSTLOW James O'Neal of Trinidad. a:;a.an, rau , y 1 1 Apply? . district office or contact the State for " Da " uwen treas. Shelton Beginner thru Advanced I rican ................. ~ ........ w,,- ~ Applications for the disabled It was also Because We Care y, ,~..,..t ..,~,~H.a will h. h,.Id a,.,. Property Tax Board in Austin. 3, Palestine were a program aevelope~oyme 'ne o:,.., _., ,... fellowsh,. .... W r ..... r II K rea and ....... v .......... v ,-- veterans ot o la wa , o " ' ' " " " ~ Men or Wed doss ~ veterans' exemption must be filed P P.m. in the Bailey Vietnam. Program topic will be South Pacific -q in Palestine with annually with the county appraisal Polly's 1 'olnter i d Mr. Dan Manuel openings available distric office. [lowed in the Hope i For other exemptions, if you ~'~--~ State Property Tax Board TA received a residence homestead Box 15900, Austin 78761 ~ersonCounty. ANI WEST, instructor 4 exemption on your present home- I Monday in An- 11bs. yellow squash cupbutter stead in 1982, it w'ill not be ial Hospital. I egg 6 Ritz crackers, crusbad ~ 3,1913 in Anderson necessary for you to make a new HENDERSON COUNTY elate Simon Peter onion, chopped %cupGuyerecheeas 212 S. Palestim Belle Manning Boil squash until tender about 20 minutes, drain and add butter. Beat egg and ~, application for 1983 in this appraisal APPRAISAL DISTRICT add onion, salt and pepper to taste, and crackers. Place mixture in a buttered ~ 6"/$7543 or ~2-70'/3 ~ district. " 101 |. Corslono member of Grays casserole dish. Sprinkle grated cheese on top and bake at 350 degrees about 20-25 ~ If you were. 65 or disabled on Athens, Tuns 75751 He retiredand in minutes, Serves 6. ~ ~,o~,~o~.~,~~.~.. ,~,~ Jan. 1, 1~ and have not previously (214) 675-9296 , of A,,,^ I tried this with bacon and cheese grated and it really was delicious also. To . , "" save time you can butter your dish, grate your cheese and mix up the egg hatter r" .... [ehiswife Geraldine while the squash is boiling, lt does not seem to take so long this way. CONSOLIDATED FIEPOFff OF CONDITION ,, )w of Pal~Jtine" four This recipe was sent In by Joan McCool. Thanks again Joan. " (Including Domestic Subsidiaries) ~do, of Malakoff,~ 1 of Bradford, Malakoff Insurance Agency of Seven Points and . . LEGAL TITLE OF BANK ................................... =tJow of Tennessee ght.ers, Mrs. Kenneth / INTERFIRST BANK HALAKOFF , of Athens and Mrs. rreKK and Mrs. Sam [ ~,~--~ ~" Auto . Commercial / CITY C O UNT-Y- ..................... ', S-T-~E- ........................... ]ZiP CODE E. Costlow of Bois dren; and 10 great- JERRY GARRISON 4..05xz - I STATE BANK NO IFEDERAL RESERVE DIST.--N-'-~. - CLOSE OF BUS NESS DATE ..... 2130 : I I I March 3 l, 1983 O .r. NEWEST GE air ,. Cash and due from banks ..................................................................... 2 Due from other depositories and all cash items in the process ot colleutior~ ........................... ~ 2 3. U.S, Treasury securities ..................................................................... .. ~ 3 4. Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations ................................... ~ 4 and could really 5. ObllgaUonsofStatesandpoliticalsubdlvisionsintheUnJtedStates ................................. ~.__~5 ltl :)ner 6. All other securitios ......................................... -. ................................. ~.L~._.~ 6 7. Federal funds sold and securities purchased ~f~r agreements to resetl ............................. ~ 7 8. Total loans (including overdrafts totaling $ ) (From Schedule A, Item 8) ................. ~ 8 save )outh l 9. Lease financing receivables ........... , ....................................................... ~_._.__~19~ ' IS summer 10 Bank premises furniture and flxtures and other assets representing bank premisos ................... ~____.~10 11. Real estate owned other than bank premises ..................................................... ~1121 12. Letters of credit and customer's' liability on acceptances outstanding ............................... _ Not all central air conditioners are energy efficient. ,~ All other assets .............................................................................. ~I: 14. TOTAL ASSETS (sum of items 1 thru 13) ......................................................... SOme are just as inefficient as the ones built twenty LIABILITIES Y..ears ago. But if you buy a high efficiency air con- 15. -Demand depostts of indivtduals, partnerships, and corporations .................................... ~__~15 16. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and. corporations ........................... ~_. __1_~ 3_3~~ 16 a,tioner, you'll save money in the long run on ,~ Deposits ofUnitedStatesGovernment .......................................................... ~_.____..J.__.~__._~17 18. Deposits of States and political subdivisions in the United States ..................... ~118 Pen'" " 19 o ratm= costs, s.o.,o,,, o,,,. stats ot ,.- ............................................................. ,= 19. Due to banks ................................................................................ [..____~ If you've had ",t w,th ...... hsgh ut, ldy b, lls every time "not" ~0 All other deposltS ..: ........................................................................ L-..--~.J20 21. Certified and officers checks .................................................................. ~ _ ~21 weather hits, get a high efficiency GE Executive Plus ~ Tota Deposits(sum of items 15thru 21) ......................................................... ~~~"22 a Total demand deposits . .' .................................. : ................. ~._~J ~22a central air conditioning system and start your summer ~ Total time and savings deposits S* " " . o 23. Federal funds purchased and securities Sold uncter agreements to repurchase ........ -~-..-~..---~... I .... ~],f-~---],~ 23 24. Interest-bearing demand notes issued tO the U,S. Treasury and ~__.~ ~_-.~___' ' ;aV, ngs now. The plus ,s an extra large cool,ng cod other liabilities for borrowed money ...................................................... ~_._____..~24 mat makes this system more eff,cient. ~ Mortgage i~debtedness for whjch the bank is direct Y iable ......................... i L - I none 125 . -- 26 Unearned discount on loans ................................................................... I' i8.53 126 - It ,s extra efficient because Executive Plus System . 27. Letters of credit and acceptances outstanding ............................................... [ l.o e I ;~52 t28 29, TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures) (sum of items 22 thru 28) ........... ~29 Uses less energy: Therefore. it costs less to operate ........................................................................ ::::. _; 30. Subord,natecl notes and debentures ............................................................. L_~__L~ne .~30 31. Allowance tar possible loan and investment losses .............................................. [ i 190 131 ~on older, less economical air. conditioners. Th,s !~.\,:.~ I System will save you on cool,ng bills this sum- EOU,T OA ,TAL 32~Com-m--o'~sioc k {N o. o f sl~are s ou t st andtn 0-- -)12,000 ........................................ j .|" .132 r er---ond for years to come. ~3 Certified surplus ............................................................................. I I| 290 "133 :"ou--ll save on the purc-aseh ~4 Unct,vlded profits ......................... .................................................... [J 360 ]34 35. Uncertified surplus, reserve for contingencies, and other capital reserves ............................ || ~4 ']35 "'iCe of this sstem,y too. General 36 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 32 thru 35) ................................................ IL.~_9~._~~, 37, TOTAL LtABtLtTtES AND EQUiTY CAPtTAL Isum ol items 29, 30, 31and 36) ........................... I 291:]77 137 Electric is offering $100 rebate and NOTE, Thi8 r~rt mu~`t be f~gned by in auth~r~zed ~f~er and attested by n~t ~es~ U~8n thr~e dk~t~ts ~thsr than the ~f~r |igning the rsp~rt. tP&Lroa is offering a bonus the under$10ned officeL do hereby declare that this Report of ConOItlon. AR~-D-~~E'(Inclucling the supporting scheduleS)N.O~......~has been prepsred In conformance with the in. =P__ram--_ CALL US FOR MORE : INFORMATION ON THIS ,,,e AND TITLE~0FFICER A U~RIZED TO SION REPORT Ws the undsrs,gne~ directors, sttest the correctness of this Raport of Con- (.~ ~'~ dltion (including the supporting schedules) snd declare tttll It has been ex- lilllltl,,.r,.l~ SEASON SAVINGS " amlned by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief has been pre- " EVA NRIGHT VICE PRESIDENT pared in conformance with the Instructions and is true and correct. ~F DtRECTOR ISIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR i l' 602 N. PA[FSTINE (MAKE MARK FOR State of TEXAS v ot -is: fg 6.~, Sworn to NOTARY'S SEAL) My commission sxplres Notsry Publtc,