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PaRe 8 MALAKOFF NRWS-Oet. 14. 1976 GO, TIGERS!-- Warm coats and hats were the things to have last Friday night at the Malakoff-Willa Point game, but the cold doesn't seem to phase this young man as he watches the Tigers strive to beat Wills Point. The Tigers were dow-ned 14 to 6.[Staff photo by Loralne Herllne.] But Not In The Refrigerator Store potatoes, onions, bitter taste, Mrs. Mary winter squash, cushaw and Sweeten, foods and nutrition pumpkins in a cool, dark, specialist with the Texas dry ventilated place, but not Agricultural Extension in the refrigerator. Storing Service, The Texas A&M potatoes in a cool dry place University System, prevents greening, which is explains. poisonous, and causes a Local Assembly Of God Church To Burn Note Malakoff's First Assemb- ly of God Church will hold noteburning ceremonies Sunday following church ser- vices at the site of their newl,-acquired property off Highway 90 east of town. " Rev. Sam Calk, pastor, said that the site, purchased six months ago for utiliza- tion as a future church site, and financed for a ten-year period, was actually paid off in half a year. The church has plans for a new sanctuary and other improvements on the site, Rev. Calk said. Following a note-burning, members of the church will participate in a covered dish luncheon on the site, he said. ROTARY TOUR -- Members of MalakoWs Rotary Club varied from their usual after- lunch speaker format last week and toured the Tarrant County Water Board pump- 'Godspelr Slated October 19th The gospel musical, "God. spell", will be presented in the Henderson County Junior College auditorium on October 19 at 7:30 p.m. in arrangement with MDM Productions of Dallas. The musical is based on the Book of St. Matthew, and is a jubilant celebration Former Gov. John B. Connally, chairman of the President Ford Committee in Texas, has appointed Ginny Pearson of Tyler as regional coordinator for Henderson County. "Ginny Pearson will bring to the campaign the coordi- nation needed to assure that all Texans understand the President's firm stand on the issues confronting our country today," Connally said. 0bltuarles ii ::;:::::;:::::::.::::::::::;.:::`::::::::::::::.:.:::i:i:!:i:!:i:i:;:i:;:i:i::.;:.::::::.:::.:::t:::.:.::.:::::::::.:::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::..:::::.::::>:.:::::':%:::::::::.::::::::::::::::::: I Rock Hill Cemetery under William M. Cox the dirtio af Carrol and Lehr Funeral Home. " I/am M. (Bill) Cox, 57, James Earl Ivy aes Earl, iallas, father of Mrs. Judy Wilson of Malakoff, died Friday in a Dallas hospital. Funeral services were held at Troy Suggs Funeral Home Monday with Rev. Harry Rose officiating. In- torment was in Grove Hill Cemetery. Other survivors include his wife, Mrs. Emma H. Ivy; son, Danny Ivy; daughter, Mrs. Winnie Ruth Cassaday of Dallas; brothers, Ray- rnond D. Ivy and Onie Ivy, both of Dallas, Arthur Ivy of Point; sister, Mrs. Myrtle Medley, Mustang, Okla., and eight grandchildren. Pallbearers were nephews James R. Leon, Don, David, Milton and Lonnie M. Ivy. Will Gunnels W.L. {Will) Gunnels, 86, of Opelika died Sunday morning in a Tyler hospital following a short illness. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Opelika Baptist Church with the Rev. Charlie Woodard and the Rev. Jack Allen officiating. Burial was in the Mr. Gunnels was a retired employee of Lone Star Gas Co. His wife the late, Emma Gunnels, died Dec. 10, 1962. A native of Leon County, he had lived in Henderson County some 60 years. He was a member of the Opelika Baptist Church. Survivors include two sons, Arthur L. Gunnels of Cedar Creek, and A.C. Gun- nels of Mesquite; five daugh- ters; Mrs. Eula B. Cotten of Brownsboro, Mrs. Willie Joe Amoss of Quitman, Mrs. Imogene Featherston of Dal- las, Mrs. Zeffie Mae Feather- ston and Mrs. Betty Smith, both of Cedar Creek; three brothers, Joe Gunnels of Athens, Barney Gunnels and Jessie Gunnels, both of Trinidad; 28 grandchildren, 45 great-grandchildren, and number of nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were Thomas Terrell, Horton Kidd, David Myers, Adell Tarkington, Steve Goodrich, David Pulley, John Casey, and Wayne Vickery. Beth Harris who is a Sophomore at Malakoff High School models her birthday dress, a "Terri Junior of California" made of machine wash- able corduroy. Come in and see the many other Fall and Winter, fashions at Donnell s Fashions and ........... , meet the new owner: ' ' Martha MeManus. of 1103 E. Tyler St., died at 9:15 p.m. Thursday at Hen- derson Countly Memorial bospital following an extend- ed illness. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the United Methodist Church, Athens, with the Rev. Vern- on Feller officiating. Burial was in Athens City Cemetery under the direc- tion of Carroll and Lehr Mr. Cox was born April 19,1919 in Murchison and had lived in Athens most of his life. He graduated from Athens High School and Dallas Institute of Mortuary Science. He had been a partner in Carroll and Lehr Funeral Home since 1946. He was a director of First State Bank, Eustace, a member of the United Meth- odist Church, the AF-AM Lodge No. 1065, and Texas Association Insurance Offi- cials. He was a veteran The son of the late Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Cox of Athens, Mr. Cox married Sara Alice Scott Survivors include his wife; three daughters, Cay Cox, Cathy Cox, and Cindy Cox all of Athens; two sisters; Mrs. W.N. Brandon and Mrs. F.W. Asmussen, both of Athens. Pallbearers were Don Foster, Herbert Gatlin Jr., Judge Jack Holland, Don Rawson, Dr. Troy White, Elvin White, Willis Moore, and Harry Davis. Honorary Pallbearers Dr. N.D. Geddie, Jr., Dr. N.D. Geddie Sr., Dr. Norris E. Holt. Dr. Joe Ed Smith, Dr. R.S.L Fisher, James B. Cain, and C.O. Dodson. & Credit Plan ,z4tg,.,=, fiT, x,,= Et r aIDE OF SQUAR PHONE 67S-4181 of the life and teachings of Christ. The production is directed and choreographed by Michael Meece former Casa Manana and Six Flags per- former and drama professor at Oklahoma Baptist Uni- versity. The cast regularly per- forms at King's Village Dinner Theatre in Dallas. The public is invited to attend. Admission is one dollar for adult.s and fifty cents for students at the door. OWNER: MARTHA McMANUS PHONE: (214) @1520 Juniors Set Mums Sales The Junior Class of Mala- koff High School is sponsor- ing the sale of Homecoming Mums with lettering, it was announced this week. Cost of lettering is I0 cents per letter. interested should t Rhonda Monk Dana Wilson or J SOn. 00and lag tCtatien and spillway north of Trinidad instead. R.G. Johnson, in charge of the facility, conducted the tour. The spillway was particularly impressive be- carom of the heavy flew through the gates as a result of a four-inch rain the night before. [Staff Photo by Tom Herline] SWEATERS Infant s3- ] Men's sg. B000mm s4" [ Ladies_00 & Up Toboggons 98u200 Form e49 (State) (8-7) / you the benefits ,/ ff our experience in ssisting bereaved families J through this time of sadness by making all of the necessary arrangemefits" Everything for Halloween for services and burial. FREE. Monst Necklace With Each Costum, CARROLL & LEE Drug & V arie Lay Away S & H Stamps I PUBLISHER'S COPY Funeral Athens, Texas slat, Bank o......! ... ............... ............................................................................ Consolidated Report of Condition of " .............. .q.t.$.z..e..n.s...St.a.t....B...a...nk... ........ of ....... H.a..1......9..f.f.. ................... in the State of ....T..%y._.a. .................................................... and Domestic Subsidiaries at the clote t/ business on ........ ..t.e..mb...r...IOj ........ ,19...... 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8, 9. BALANCE SHEET ASSETS Sch. Item Cash and due from banks .......................................................................... C 7 U.S. Treasury securities .............................................................................. B 1 Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations .............. B 2 Obligations of States and political subdivisions ........................................... B 3 Other bonds, notes, and debentures .......................................................... B 4 Corporate stock ...........  .................................................................................................................................................. Trading account securities ..... .. ,, .   .... .,.,;.,,,.,,,..;,.,.,, ,...:,,,.,,,:: . .,;,.,. .......... .,.,,,..,:::, edere funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell .... D 4 ................... " i a. Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) ............................................ A 10 ................ I I b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses ....................................................................................... [ c. Loans, Net ........................................  ........................................................................................................................... 10. Direct lease financing ................... : .................................................................................................................................... 11. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ..................................................... '12. Real estate owned other than bank premises .................................................................................................................. 13, Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies ......................................................................... 14. Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding .......................................................................................... 15. Other assets ................................................................................................ G 7 .................................................. 16. TOTAL ASSETS (sum of items 1 thru 15) ....................................................................................................................... LIABILITIES 17. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ................ F 18. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .. F 19. Deposits of United States Government ...................................................... F 20. Deposits of States and political subdivisions ............................................ F 21. Deposits of foreign governments and official instLtutions .......................... F 22. Deposits of commercial banks .................................................................... F 23. Certified and officers' checks ...................................................................... F 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. Col. Mil. Thou. -- 1 098_ E ................................... 600 _ "O- E ................................... E ................................... 2 33,t__ --O- re 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. Sch. Item Col. If A ................................... If B+C ............................. 2 A+B+C ........................ 3 A+B+C ........................ 4 A+B+C ........................ 5+6 A+B+C ........................ 8 2 3 A ................................... i TOTAL DEPOSITS (sum of items 17 thru 23) ............................................................................... a. Total demand deposits .......................................................................... F 8 A ] I b. Total time and savings deposits ............................................................ F 8 B+C I Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase E 4 ................................................. Other liabilities for borrowed money ............................................................................................................................... Mortgage indebtedness ..................................................................................................................................................... Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding ............................................................................. Other liabilities ........................................................................................... H 9 .................................................. TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures) ............................................................................... Subordinated notes and debentures ................................................................................................................................. EQUITY CAPITAL Preferred stock a. No. shares outstanding -L- . ................................................. (Par value) ...... Common stock a. No. shares authorized 1(3C'0 b. No. shares outstanding ]0 o 00 .................................................. (Par value) ...... Surplus ............................................................................................................................................................................. Undivided profits ............................................................................................................................................................... Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves ..................................................................................................... TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 32 thru 36) ....................................................................................................... TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 30, 31t and 37) ...................................................................... MEMORANDA 1. Average for 15 or 30 calendar days ending with call date: a. Cash and due from banks (corresponds to item 1 above) ......................................................................................... b. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell (corresponds to item B above) ............ c. Total loans (corresponds to item 9a above) ............................................................................................................. d. Time deposits of $100,000 or more (corresponds to Memoranda items 3a plus 3b below) .................................... e, Total deposits (corresponds to item 24 above) ......................................................................................................... f. Federal fundspurchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase (corresponds to item 25 above) .. g. Other liabilities for borrowed money (corresponds to item 26 above) ................  .................................................... 2. Standby letters of credit outstanding ............................................................................................................................... 3. Time deposits of $100,000 or more: .......................................................... a. Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more ......................................................................... b. Other time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more .............................................................................................. 1, ..9.Y..... ,..a....o C2i.. .................................... of the above-named bank, do so/emmet { SWZAR ................................. , AFFIX/ } t/tat this report of is ttte and orrtct, to the beat of mit knowledge and belief. ( _. /va_ 0Jff" __ .. Correct--Attest: ..................................... " t #" V 2 /._- /  [[[[[515[[[][[[][[][[i[[-i[ ............... 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