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mtT . M ALAKOFF NEW8 OPINION ,,, ,. AND THE BANKS By F. N. SHEPHERD Executive Manager A merican Bankers Associatlon banking today appears in a wholly distorted ltght in the eyes some, the more reasoning elements in our population undoubtedly have a less Jaundiced view tilan would appear from cer- tain irresponsible oratorG, often posing as spokes. men for that in. definite quantity called "the mass" of our people. Anti-social acts on tim p a r t of F. N. SHEPHERD some bankers for- mcrly have been subject of spectacular exposures, l can say with~lt reservation that were in no way typical of the acts attitudes of the vast majority of fellow bankers. The public mind shocked into the belief that these deal instances were far more rep- mtative than they really were, and belief has been encouraged by po- and demagogic elements. The Bankers Today The bankers who are in charge of :}ur banks today represent men who withstood the temptations and avoided economic pitfalls of tim great If they had not they would not there, or their banks would not heen able to survive the rack and ruin of ttle economic hurricane, by which even many hanks and bankers, whose conduct was above reproach, have been destroyed. The other typee bankers, those that fell below thl high standards of professional ethic| business prudence that character- lzed those that remain, have passed out of the picture. R,~It they have left for those that remain a difficult herR- o, suspicion and ill will. How irrational this is, when we re- fleet that not more tban three or four per cent of our entire population suf- fered personal loss because of what banker did or neglected to do, whereas literally millions of bank de- iposltors did not lose a eingle cent as a of banking difficulties and owe a vote of confidence and thanks to their own bankers who were true to the highest conceptions of their p and brought their iilStitll- and t~eir customers s a f e I y through the greate,~t business disaster world has ever seen. It has been a peculiar feature of the psychological distortion of the times that many who owe nothing but gratitude to their bankers joined in blanking the banker far out of proportion with any rational consideration of the fame. By Special Correspondent Trotman-Preston Miss Johnu'e Frank Trotman, daughter of Mr and Mrs T. J. Trotman, Sr. here, and George E. Preston of San Diego Califor- nia, were quietly married Thurs- day morning June7th, in Athens by B C. Hall, Justice of Peace. The mother of the bride attend- ed. Miss Trotman wore a Triple Sheer Navy Blue Crepe ensem- ble, with white accessories. Mr. Preston wore a gray wool suit. Mrs. Preston is very popular here having resided here all her life, aiad is a graduate of the High School of this city. Mrs. Preston has a host of friends who wish for her much joy and hapviness throughout life. Mr. Preston is connected with the U. S, Navy and is stationed in San Diego California. After the ceremony the bridal couple lest for San Diego, and after an extended tour through tim western states Mr. and Mrs. i Preston will return here where Mrs. Preston will remain for an indefinite visit, Mr Preston will i go to Alaska where he will be stationed for several months, after which Mr. and Mrs. Pres- ton will go to San Diego Califor- nia to make their home. Honors Visitor Miss Margaret Smelling en- tertained Thursday evening with a party at the Waring Cabin South of town, honoriag her cousin, Miss Evelyn Smelling of Corsicans. About 25 guests at- tended. Delicious cookies a n d iced punch were served to the guests. Personal Mention Mr. and Mrs Jack Davis and children were visiting relatives and friends in Ft, Worth the past week-end. Mrs. V. R. Adrian of Denison Texas is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Vernon Tolbert here for an indefinite visit. Mr. and Mrs .Jack Nicholson and daughter attended the fu- neral services of W J. Crowley in Corsicans Thursday. Mrs R. V. Holder and daugh- Louise of Alto w e r e visiting friends here the past week. M re. [LL Bentley and grand- daughter, Nancy Anne Opitz have returned to their home hereafter visiting relatives in New World's Fair at Night I :< :ii! ~- : !i Come To her up. Hake Him New lighting marvels are one of the [ Chicago. This view was taken from molt impressive features to greetJ the 200.foot level of the Sky Rldlb crowds at the new World's Fair in looking south. J. A. BALLARD UNDERTAKER Embalming--Caskets Hearse and Ambulance Service Day Phone 100 Nite Phone25 Ends Aching Sore Muscles :For longer lastinS, quicker relief, saus Ballard's Snow Liniment which contains scdv6 ingredients to give more than local actJe~ thus bringing a surge of warmed blood to scatter congestion end more quickly a~tlm away the pain from aching muscles, sprains, =trams, backache and lumbago. Ballm~l'e Snow Liniment, 30 and 60c, Don't Select your Fathers Day Gifts: until i You Have seen These Shirts. I I I IIII II J III II r Birthday Party Jane Marie Tolbert was hon- ored with a lawn party Thurs- day afternoo celebrating her seventh birthday, when h e r mother, Mrs. Vernon Tolbert entertained e 1 e v e n of Jane's friends at her ilomc Games were played after which a picnic lunch was served eaci guest, Many presents were giv- en honoree. Mr. and Mrs R lph Smelling and family and Misses Evelyn STOP TIIAT ITCIllNG Smelling and ffraukie Mac Pope If you suffer from a skin trouble- such of Corsicans guests of Miss Mar- s Itch, Eczema, Athletes Foot, Ringworm garet Smelling here, visited rela- or Pimples, we will se~l you a jar tires in Troup the past week.end Hawk Ointment on a guarantee. 50e --WEIR'S PHARMACY, City - PAYNE'S DRUG STORE Dallas the past____.week. From this Big D 1 j' pec'a" Mr. and Mrs. W. A Redd and Miss Doris Marlow were visitors in Cayuga and Palestine Thurs day. Miss Frankie Mac Pope of Corsicans was the guest last week of Miss Margaret Smalling here. 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