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I Galen, the son of Mrs. Win. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Priori " S THE ~OFF N~ S slMorrison Jr spent last and children, Karen and Le-] f=~| | Page Two Friday, July 16, 1965 MalaKOII, "lexas]week in Jacksb~o v~i~ngMhisS' line tfeT~loer/:~e dh:nRegUe::~l ~nurcn Ul ~ e:lin~iil~reRnUthf :~ " ''' E E i~i~lfords are on their vacation. L " [ Howard E. Se.ago, Pastor [ " ' I I ~ ~ ~ " SUNDAY: - ~4 i~l / David Dodd and family oflSUNDAY- ~Sunda-School 9"45a mI "~ ~L ~~i~i~i~~i ~lreThLRe:t2ao~:;e i~rKrc~eorflAthert n Cahf. are visitors OfIMorning Worahip 11:00 a. m.~Mornlng Worship 11:00 a. m. : ~.~ ~~~~~~~=~ ~[ ~^ ~ visiti~v~r, anu ~rs. ~art ~one. ~r.[Training Service 6:30 p. m.[Evening Services . .6:15 p. m.l ': n Dodd and daughter, VlcKi, nave Even" Worshl 7"30 m 1 " e---C A's and Mrs. Carl Stone, Mr.]left Fmday for Bradley': Arka:-Itheir daughters in Odessa andljust returned from a trip. t:l~n~xr~vn,v,p P /Young poop es serwc . t d ~ ~nd Mrs. Dugan Hunter andlsas to wsl~ ~r. rcums u nc~c,]E1 Paso |;,T / /~. m. ,~. I -~ [~: ~,-~*~ Waven were vacation-lMr and Mrs Frank Ruth. They[ ~ |~"~ [Prayer Serwce 7:00 p. m.IMen's Prayer Meeting 1 .why th:y Christi and padre Is-/Grand| Canyon,~]Prayer Meeting 7"30. . ? !ute / Y: ::: ~ news ~na~ ueruen " " the " ~ -: . . d.[land. While on the island, y ~ Ohta and Suzy o "1 . m[where the f~shmg was good and]Stacy and Gay McSweeney,| q-rlmmas L. $on,P t.r,] w th new synchronized dual forks. ~/~!~:,:~ and three daughters, .wn~ ' '[returned to Corpus Christi]dad and Mr. and Mrs. Brad[ ~ N. College, Malalkoff |Bibl~ Class " 7"00 n m Big capacity, takes -iootwmarows, ~ee s - p f Still keu the Rev. aria mrs. xom . . - . [~ Waster, Oklaho~na, arrived on]~arun, mrs t~onme .~row-~]re~ortod a nice catch. While/spent the week-end in East] ] ~T~wv ~P'PI~T - "Mr. and""[ and Mrs." nter oz~nzl ~- i . {.] ,--~,-,--,---ffi---- ----~--~ . .~mlsday and ~omed her sin- low of Mesqm~e Drake, wasaaug m-'- in Pasadena, they spent the Bernard w~th Mr. and Mrs. R. SUNDAY: [ ~-----~--,~'T'~ ~Toxas I - --n'n ndable-r . onlY. Ford knotters have a sohd stare- ha: [~ :~~ Ruth and Mr and Mrs.lcharge of the DraKe un DUS~-Iter Mrs Jerry, Beidler, and[ lMornin~, Worshin 11"00 a m.I ~umm~ ~n t,pa ] leSS ~1~H~I billHOOK n~ ~u~t. " "Hess, whileher parentswere '. " "" " ~ ~" " "" -~ " "SUNDAY" of McCoy, and the groupI relcommg home, they stopped inI Mr. and Mrs. Bervm Bell oflM. Y. F 6.30 p. ml] . .~ I t. ,- t ~l. ^.h,nell, er0n% gone. |Bryan and spent the night withlKoon Kreek Klub have return-lEvening Worship .7:30 p. m.ISunday School 9:~ a.m./ TlZm, ~qU~r$ umm.= =*=- ~, ,],~.~ *~-~,~,-,-.~- v-- foi ] ~ /another sister, Mr. and Mrs. J.ted from a visit with their son,]WI~NESDAY: ]Worship Service 11:00 a.m.] Plun er rides on rollers, pac~s mm paas ?or $trat0nt [ Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wil-Iv" Robertson. IV. C 3]C Ronnie Bell and Mrs.[Clmir Practice 7:00 p. m.ITraining Service 6:30 p.m.] bales. hams and dau hter, KayVen |" g n. I ~ ]Bell in San Diego, California.| ~ |Worship Service 7:30 p.m.] a' able attended the wedding Fn W~ /," 'i'l Mrs Lillie Lewis has as]while there they also attended] FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ]WEDNESDAY / Three slio clutche~ protect power train-no shear lX~ure Parf~ct |day night .in Dallas of Mrs .]house "guests her grandchildren,|the Fair andRegistered Quar-[ Trinidad |Pra~er. Serwce 7:30/ ,|,~ - |~!=, ivenames mece, ~axss ~mrteYtBr,an and Stevle Lindamoodlter rlorse ~now. Mr. BelI'siSUNDAY- I~~ ~" J' " ~I o o . [~ ~:~I~WMIIil ~lml~||lg~lm|Finley' fof Dallas; Mandy and MelindalShip, the U. S .S Du. chanan haslSunday School 9:30 a.m.] llu$/ity.bui/t-w$1/-$ht /d d-pto or s#gme-tw/#e or war#. fin ~k-~||=~| ~ [James of Athens and Chucklbeen extenuea~n Vmt Nam un-]Morning Worship .I0:30 a.m.] Dr. Lulah DeGnath I ~e L~L|~|IJL] Mr. and Mrs. Wm. P. Morri-lvan Horne of Hawkins. |til October. rs. Bell is thelTraining Union 6:00 p.m.I,~~~ == . to son Sr, and Sue of Black Jack former Patricia Weaks of Mal-lEvenin Worshi 7"00 m ~ t~rc~wtETlqTgT I ~'-~~ IH~|| |1 a~A~AW the =/::. . . ~ g P p. . |visited the ~ Morrlson/ Mrs Don Robertson andlak ff. - /WmN SDAY: ] I /IdbtUl [Jr. family, last week /T ~-'~ Mrs Ra, Weeks andl ~ lPrayer Service 7:00 p.m.I ~~mm~m : / ~t~=.~~~ ] ~ /~?~,~ ". ~," :~ '~ Mr. George Riddlespergerl,East [Sine ~qua~ / olit. 1101 WestCorsicana ['~ law--: ~ %~=~=.~1! ~glrlS are in waco Lnls week vl~-i I ~,~ ~''~'~J~| Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Camp-[]Sing their husbands who arelti:~in~lY:ae ~napiam are vaca-I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ]Phone 3238 ~thens, Texa~ #~r~t~ Athens, Texas rel: l~ ~,~ ~ "-,'~llbell from Monahans are visit-]currently stationed there while]~ g m ~omrauo. [ Malakoff [ i ito~ in the home of Mrs. Camp-lworkin~, with the Texas Powerl~| D.D. Simpson, Pastor,~ ~ I ant ~----~'~|bell's mother and father, Cred|and Light surveying crew ~@~~ [SUNDAY: ] ~ = ~ Fr~ ~ ]Patten Other guests in the|,/./-,~'~'~t~t~Jk~. ~'.f~|Sunda School 9"45a m/ [::i Patten home recently were Mr.| s f' M Gilmorel ~~~ ~-~':', -.~/]~]~|Morni~g Worship . 10:55 a. m.] .wl[. an~l ~vz~. ~. b~'~- . are --~p21J~ x, '~ " |Jimmy Kflgore and son Barry]~,d M, ~.a -M,-~ ~ ve 13.nn I Union 6:30 p. m.| -- - |of Houston. /Steve and Randy of Gar dre-'l ]Worship Service .7:30 p. m.] we use tauy xop I ~ /turned home Monday from al rr~~ ~='" I (Nursery oben on Sunday) [ alto a% 1=4 ~4~ ] Mr. and Mrs. John Powers|vacation in Estes Park, Colo-I --~t~i~I~~ [WEDNESDAY:,ltlo: ~,z~.~ ~t~t= ]had as their guests Sunday,[rado,z~ brethren, werelPrayer Meeting 7:30 p. m.I her I gu "/sister. and husband, the Joel " ' * " have power and use in our1"ISUNDAY: [ UE, I Ivn TV repair$. |Taylor and famib, aceompamed ^lt~h ~. ~.~.^^, 9.~n. m/ [Barnetts, and then zney went|by her parents Mr and Mrs everyaay nxe. we are tree tu[~, ,-,~ ~,-,w, q IW.alakoif Radio Ion to Garland to visit in the|fred Johnson of Trinidad left pray at any time, to bring love lmorning Worship .10:30 a. m.I [home of 'Mr. and Mrs. BillY]Saturday for a weeks vacation intolife,intoourw rk,t urlM" Y: F 6:15 p.m.| ~[,~==E ~m I And Blec~tc ]Mack Ingram lin the home of Mr and ~Irs fellow workers and all hu-[Eve~ Worship .7:00 p. m.I ~r~ ~~EE E : -" - ~ ~ - ~ ~' " " " ive thanks thatlWHDNI~DAY : / [ ~rvlco / ~ /&rcme t,of~onin iascagoma, inanity. L~e~ s g - '~]r~^t ~--,~^ ~.nn ,~| ] Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cliver|Mississippi. each person can use these[ v"~"I : [Sr visited in the home of Mr.[ ~ freedoms and share them with[ ,~r~ ] ~ P~ ~EORGE RIDDLESPI~GERIand Mrs. Frank Chver m Cross] Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Jo- all mankind | ~ ' "n-mlaaa "TReads Sunday. The Sr. Chvers|dan of Mabank v,sited Mr. and l = L ~'zmlle ou~Jil{le ~lgy llmluq HTSd~n 9-3681 |had as their guests Saturday,]Mrs. R. L. Jordan Sunday. Mr.~ ~ffim-. ~um a v,~sn:~ 0 D.[ "~ |Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Riley and[Durwood is a cousin of Mr. Jor- ~"" ^'~--~"~~ " [ ,~ n"~a~o,~r, ,::: ]Mrs. Emmet Pledger all of~dan. ~ ~-~ ,~, ~ x~. i:.:i' |Dallas / 1220 L P. O. Box n SUNDAY. | --- / Mrs. Sam Holland of Athens ~loasd W.d. ~aoom |Sunday School 9:45 a.m.] ~, ~ [visited her brother, O. R.I A'l~U~q~, ~ lWorship Service . .11:00 a. m.| ~MI v |Humphries and his wife Sun-I' D1k,~= nm .~ 2597 [Sunday Evening 7:00 p. m.] I~Ir /day afternoon. ! =-=~aw vz= Wednesday Night 7:30 p. =:l ' = F ] Mrs ~n a/id REPORT OF CONDITION / ~1 ~ ~' V ~ I m ~ A N / Mrs. O. R~ Humphries traveled .--. ~ ~ = i U vv v /~toLolitaThursdasno:~entotakeKiv~ rips1:'-1" " zaze"" " an S" s 1" .~ |pi and Kvle for a lit with their grandparents, Mr. , D][A [==a and Mrs. W. A. Gandy. TRIN IDAD IN THE STATE OF TEXAS ",~ At the close of business on June 30, 1965 [ Mrs Jess Ruth and son, Jer- Your trY D n, are visitingher daugh" ASSETS ] ter, Mr. and Mrs Ted Moore in C O LO R S C H E M E t ~lth other ba k cash Jacksonville, this week. Cash, bala.nces " . n.:s, and ~1 I The Rev Pete p.u q~o~ items m process oI coueccmn ~ lzv,u~5.~oI t rell was visitin~ in M ~ t'' United States Government obhgatmn,| Monda~ ~" direct and guaranteed 129,164.43| "" Obligations of States and political subdivisions 86,841.28I I ~ Loans and discounts (including $ . .overdrafts) ~10,033.961 / Miekey and Larry Surles and Bank premises owned $ 24,460.24 ] M ~daughter, Shelly, of Bryan Furniture and fixtures $ 11,317.50 35,777.74 "~ /were week-end guests in theOther assets 837.50 ]home of her parents, Mr. and ~ ~ ]Mrs. W. G. Ferguson. Larry.TOTAL ASSETS $1,092,340 76 ~" |who has been attending A & M - |University, and who is major- LIABILITIES ~ing in Agriculture, will grad- Demand deposits of individuals, partner- R [uate next week Also visiting ships and corporation, s $ 399,680 12 ]the Fergusons or a week or so Time and savings deposits'~f individuals, |is his niece, Miss Pamela Fer- partnerships, and corporations 301,297.63 |gnson of Harrison, Arkansas. Deposits of United States Government r T [Pamela is the daughter of Mrs. ~. (including postal sa~.ngs! 6,507.61 ,Vi "an a ~fl t ~ at r l-hil)eposks of S~a~es ana pofiticai vL. L h l eM - / bert Hum-'hries subdivisions 17b,003.t~ v " Deposits of banks 25,000.00 t~ I ' Certified and officers, checks, etc 5,877.58 ~ ' I TOTAL DEPOSITS $913,366.62 (a) Total demand deposits . $612,068.99 (b) Total time and savings deposits $301,297 63 OUR EXCLUSIVE Other liabilities 1,677.23 "COLO" HARMONY $1VlEg'qrOR" L O O K H E R E ! T|U.$ YOU WHAt COtOl$ TO US|' TOTAL LIABILITIES $ 915,043.85 The Colorizer "Color Harmony Se- lector" shows what pain(colors to use for perfect harmony with the color of your rug or fumiturel Every" color scheme planned by a leading dec rater. S~ this wond~'ul decorat- ing aid at your Colorizcr'Paiat D ~'s. I U T R PAl NTS CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital: (a) Common stock, total par value $ 70,000 00 Surplus 70,000.00 Undivided profits 37,296.91 Personal Loans Automobile Loans Will TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 177,296.91 Farm Loans Business Loans IT TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL Checking Accounts Safety Deposit ACCOUNTS $I,092,340.76 Savings Account, s ~EIIN|$1 EVERYOH[ SHOULD TRY telephone~ includins you. Try it, MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes (including notes and bills rediscounted and securities so ld with agreement to repurchase) $ 129,164.43 (a) Loans as shown above after deduction of valuation reserves of 5,135.99 I, J. G. Uhrich,Vice-President of" the above-named bank do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct--Attest J. G. UHRICH (SEAL) JOSEPH ROSENBLOOM M.D. HAYES HOSKINS Directox~ C. D. WHEATLEY State of Texas, County of Henderson ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 9th day of July, 1965, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. Dera Wilbanks, Notary Public. ? ~ III II Banking by Mail Travelers' Checks Night Depository Time Certifieates Vrinl&d, Texas Member F.I).I.C