The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 30, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 30, 1931
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PACE TWO BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.)' COURIER NEW& MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1031. Y. Society Calendar Tuesday Mrs. Elton Vf. Kirby is having the Tuesday Contract club. The Tuesday Luncheon club !s meeting with Mrs. Bernaul Clooclt. Mrs. Oscar Bollcy will cnlcr;.im the hew Tuesday club. The Entre Kons Budyc cHib will r.iwt with Mrs. Thunnan Clomt'Mo. i Mrs. Cn.rro! Blskcii'iore \viil b.-1 hostess to the fiiklgc club. I Tlie new Wednesday Br.ii^o cuio' will meet with Mis. Hosicc Ciaimn. ; Tiie Delphlmis will meet at LIJ Hotel Noble. The pre-Eastcr week of prayer will be observed at thu fiist Chris-1 tian church with special services at I 3 p. m. '••;':•'•:• • Tlmreflny ! MfV.M. O. Usiey U hnvins the I Mid-Weck BrUge club. ! The Youry M;tro;t, Brdji- c-lab j is mee'uig with Mrs. W. C. Hy- Mrs. Otfo Koch'.ii?ky >.-, having I t!u Thursday Limu-heon club. • FrMay . I Tho auxiliary of the American i Lesion wiH meet n: tiio home of I Mis. O. \'f. McCulchcn with .Mrs. j J. F.''Lenti also hcsU-ss. The women of the Fust Christian church will meet at the church ! for special prayer service ; Tho Ladle: Bible class of tlia First. Mchcdist church L-. :nct:i::j at tl-.e church nl 7 p. m. (or ci bur,,nets meeting ffcs Dinner Tally Mrs. Jch:i Smolhcrman ent?r-1 • tr.incd seven guests rihhiy cu-nlii:; <Mth a ilmncr pj.-ty for lii-r son.: James Srr.o'.heiT.irin. i-.t ilrir conn-i try home on the ISi:i:-..; rc.-.rl. ! Tnc (jurats inciiuial Missi-;-. Viv-1 iar. Holland :imi !<:>;h:y:: d:e:.r.! Students of Gi'Hewiiv ccile.-.o vim < are ho:ue for rhe holiday?, Miss! Kina Boylcs of Dau;.?iii;i:e.'v,i;o is | vhitinj Miss Holland, Miss i Hilda Holland, B. F. Brcgilon Jr.,! and Wocdiow Fisher. A tloJ.LclGii^ menu was sc-rvrrt nt ; a table, gay'with spring ito«-Rs.- : " - Airs. .Frank Henky. c-iH-;r:ain^i t:ie I-'inclls Suadiy i'cri'-r-ol r!8.--<s oi' ths Firsv Baptist church Fr-cl.r,- cveiiinj si .the .home-of Mr. anci : Mrs. Bob Barnes. - •. , Mrs. HcrMhsir Smart, president.' resigned b6caus>.of-'ill-htaiLh, andj Jirs. J. VvV-Siiouse was elected to ; fill this r/Ptt: !€- F8OM T T: 1 1 77 6C1OW- 'ms; t icrT cow IP OF s>Po DY V. ; i','ll !-!.',TCH:H« FOXCUFfP. •nir IIOJFL ARF cou/" i'w WW..K r m- EKui. T.'OW Or Oll/.'.'i'i'f: i'.\ l .'.O;>S~l(\C'.''!) Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Hulbach and St. Louis, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. I-'ox. Miss Bonnie Ifaiman, of Memphis, Is the houseguest Anne Bratcher, of Mrs. George Moore, of Memphis who formerly lived here, was the BUI of Midd Vc-Ida Adcock yesterday. Mrs. J. D. Smith and daughter. Macklc, of Oscco'a, shopped here Saturday. Miss Smith Is a student tu a JonesbDio college. Marjorie Warren, daughter ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Warren, is ill at he home on Walnut street. H. N. Swearcngcn and son spent the weekend In Grenada, Miss, with Mr. Swcarengen's mother. Walter Is In St. Louis and Chicago for several days pur- ior itic Yoik 1 He-am Mrs. K. li. nickey jr., rcturne:!! last nUjht from Memphis where sl:c spent n week. Mr. Dickey went , a °i"' f' I , 1 ' eriycsl " r<lly ' Scott Harris Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, formerly of here and now of Mound City, HI., are visiting friends in the city. C. D. Jamerson, coach of Tech sj>cnt the week-end j H1| . u schoal at Memphis, and his H, Memphis wiih Mrs. Harris. ! sister, Mrs- C. J. Weldrmm and Mr and Mrs. Hale Jackson ofj daughter, of Clarcnden, were Osceola were m Ihe city yesterday. ^ 0 , Mr . and Mrs . L . E . V an- D ; allk! " nlul hcr hoU6e - ' dcrlord for the weekend. guest, Mr.s. C. D. Mcllroy, of Fay-' ' ettevlllc, Ark., were in Memphis i Friday and at Eradalt- yesterday' visiting friends. ! Mr. and Mrs. Jiyron Morso nnd ! two ::ons, Ilyripii and Hill, spent yes- ' terdny In Memphis. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Sanmel p. Norris vfyer of Blythcvllle and James Cos-1 on of Osceola. At the conclusion' of several Interesting games pries' were awarded Mrs, Howard Bowen nnd Jesse Brown. • * * Stnlor PUy Friday. Friday night April 3rd the senior claw of Luxora high school will present, their annual jilay in th2 school auditorium. The cast Is composed o! members ol the class. ^ » • i Mr. and Mrs- Bedford Watson and children of Monell" were guests of the former's sister, Mrs. B. O. Wilklns and Mr. Wllklns, Thursday. M. C. Cooke, who Is managing a filling station at Blytheville spent Thursday night In Luxora with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cooke. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Thweat transuded busness In Ososola Thursday. Miss Maxlnc Brown was a visitor In Osccolfi Thursday. Mrs. E. R. liogan motored to Blytheville Monday. Miss Maude Littleton of Osceola was a Luxora visitor, Monday. Osceola Society—Personal Results In ether preliminary con-, (ests of the city school for lit- • erary events in the district me;; have been announced. The meet is to be held in Jonesboro April 17 an:)-. 18. Besides the piano, reading, girls' voice, and boys' glee club already announced, these have been de- Mrs. C. B. Driver Saturday afternoon was hostess to the two la- blc bridge club lo which she belongs entertaining also the following extra guests: Mesdames Chas. Coleman, James W, Cartwright jr.. Charles Hose, Herbert Shippen. H. L. Qulnn and Miss Mary Catherine Ward. High score club prize was awarded Mrs. c. J. Lowrance jr., and i cid'e'd Mrs. Charles licse won High score j The boys' Cartel, macli- no of guest prme. Mrs. H. L. Qulnn cut'"- " consolation favor. A delicious salad course was served following the game. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Latigston entertained with a dinner parly followed by an evening at bridge at their home In Luxora Friday evening. James G. Coston of Osceola and Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Myer of ,,s their guests Sund- Alice Evans ol Tunica, ,,dj George Barney of Whltehaven and Kijiley, Tcnn. Mr. and Mrs. Jlminle Bell returned yesterday from a bridal trip to Nashville and Chattanooga, Tcnu j Farnswovth Black returned Saturday night Irom St. Louis where! he was with his father-in-law, A. M. Butt, who is in a hospital there. E. C. 1'atton was in Little nock Ior the week-end. j Miss Blossom Kleban and broth-1 cr, Morton, of Starkvlllc, Temi iare visiting-relatives here. They formerly lived In Blytheville Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tanner h.ivi Mis. Gerald Brooks, of Sleele, is the guest of Mr. and Mis. Dixie Crawford. Miss Hnxcl Hardin lias returnct from Kansas City where she attended to business for a week. Mrs. George Christopher, Mrs. B. W. Fiti^inunons and Miss Sunshine Swift spent Saturday In Memphis. Mrs. J. D. Swift has returned from an extended visit in Jetfer- son City, La. Mesdamcs Roy Graham, Alvin j Blytheville were out of town guests. Luxora Society—Personal Wundelick, w. C. Howard and Dave High score prizes were won by Mrs! Richards attended the junior bas-! Howard liowen and Jes's Brown, kctball tournament at Blytheville, Sixteen guests were present. Friday and Saturday. . • ' • Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hughey Mesdamcs J. N. Hunt, Russell Bowen and Jesse Brown were Memphis vsltors, Tuesday. Email daughter, Si.c spending the week-end with Mrs. J. Mrs S. V. Frazwr of Osceola was . Hughey^ parenls.MV. "an'd"Mrs " visilor in Luxora. Saturday. |n. Lovewell. in Osceola Mrs. Dave Richards was a busi- | P Miss Jows V ,- O nttcn(ls ness visitor at Blytheville, Monday. I school nt Joncsboro The Red Cros.-; office wlich has | lege, is spending the week-end with been closed for the past few days i her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Knlcrtahis for Bride. Thursday night Miss Maxine Brown entertained with a bridge . - „ party and miscellaneous shower, moved to the new Ward apartments complimenting Mrs. Jolin Scaton, a on.West Asli street. Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon hns moved from 810 West Ash street to itr recent bride, sixteen guests enjoyed her hospitality and at the conclusion of four interesting games oi Moore apartment at 1013 West W-il- ' bridge liigh score [irlzcs were 'inn street. ' j awarded Miss Dorothy Brown and \V. C. Lrgeetl and daughter, Miss Carro1 James. The honoree was ""'" ' ' ' ' -. , ~- —— ••"..^iiii.., iMj.i:, I Marie, accompanied by Miss Mar, .Fiances stncy urn! U T. 'Mo-e i spent, yesterday in Oxford M-ss with Mr. Lcggctfs mother, who t! in a haipltal. n'r T 'iT H , CV ' E ' Kl LMm ", pastor o the First Christian church, is ilmess 0 C1 " a " Pr a lhrac wccits Mrs. P. j. p ri(Ie . Ar , s s j Coh(1 nnd Harmon Robinson motored to Memphis Saturday. " ' S. J. Cohen weut to St. Louis ! Saturday on n business trip | Miss Neal Luckctt nnd her bro. tners. j«i and Frank, spent Friday I in Memphis. presented a number of beautiful and useful gifts. lliidgc Dinner. : Friday evening Mr. and' ilrs. R. C. :Langston entertained with a bridge' dinner in then; home. The rooms where the guests were entertained were beautifully decorat- baskets of early spring has rc-opencd and will continue to Jones. issue rations to the more needy j Miss Carlion Tompklns is home cases for a lew more days. ~ The Rev. P. B. ICinsolvlng, pastor of ttie Baptist church, and Mrs. Kinsolving wero delightfully surprised Monday evening when members ot that congregation showered them with many useful gifts including household linens, aluminum ware- and groceries. Ironi Jonesboro A. & M. where she attends school, for the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Tompkii's. R. L. Cross, Cardwell, Victim of Paralysis Hi flowers and tiie tables were covered with green and while clotjis and a vase of purple hyacintlis adorned eac hone. The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. Ktissel Bowen. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown, Mr. ^nd Mrs. Noble. Hunt, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Hudson, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. M. Bonds, Mr. and Mrs. John CAKDWELb, Mo.—R. L. Cross died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Luther Dean, on Thursday afternoon, March 26, following a stroke of paralysis. He had bsen 111 I for several weeks. Mr. Cross was 72 years of age. and had made his home at Cardwell and at Buccda fur seme twenty-eight years. He is survived by one son, John Cross, and four daughters, Mrs. Luther Dean, Mrs. Ethel Upper, Mrs. Lamasters and one. other, whose name we could no', learn. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Christian church al Antiodi. Vocal music was furnished by the Aiuioch quartette. I held Thuisday evoninj, was un- ED!Q to enter because of illness. , Homes Wcck"kilo in April 0"cup:cU Miss Grace White and Mr. E. M. In Memphis Friday. | most of the business wssion In the jlfoit. both of Collimvosd, Tvni'i, Mrs. Malincla Webb Is improving | r.:c-2;iiis' of the comity council of | were married here Saturday by the after several W2eks serious illness." Rev. A. J. Hill. """ ------ CM, Entertain^ : wnmcr.'s ciub her* SaumUv; Miss Mary Ellen Stevens wan; , ., w . , , b Hostess to (he Saturday Niciil club. U '.'C "•""""•' -""' ccmpoied of girls in Ihc cily high j Iro . n 30 pvescut wore, officcr.i :lubs nt Lcachvillc, . , , . , 11I>,]1 Lll.v,^ HI l~L.I^!l\ U1L, Ijll.^.'lM, school, who meet every tv.-o w«te K ; • 3or tupper, a bridge name and' n \* K An ,ipp2ti2ing ir.enu was served in bulfct style .with each nlri tak- j Ing a disli snd in the brings; Ramcs i which followed Miss Jaync B;iii'-.:» [ v;on the prize. A initlnight feast featured the slumber party. . . Those present were: Misses H3l- -. en arid Jayne Barncri. Huth (;ntl • 'Sue Eutt. Marjorii 1 Manin, Sunshine Adam-, Kalhryrt Drnton. Otficers of the Tiurd.'tfe club ,-cr? hostesses for the lunchi'on. Mrs. U. C .Dew of Le.ichville. i.etident. piv-ilded. 1'bns More also • IcvmuUued for activities conccrn- i ii:; tlie nuniiiil MissUsipiil county i lair. zuijite i\Utii!iT, rviuiiiju ut IILLHI, ,,. Martha nobinson, Marion Burns,: ° ,, "' Virginia Te'ny, Martha Hcynolfls,' s *"' 1 ,". ar '' I Miss F-s-.hc-i- JicAii'O. da'.iphti".' J. IJ. McAdou. oE I'ara- r.d Air. O. A. Aiiclcrson, ron J. C. Webb was a business visitor . Drs. Carl and Edna Nies. accoin- I panicd by Miss Allhca Edwards Onini-Mi-;uliam | motored to'Mcmphis Saturday aft- A miin'i.'.ge license was issued ] ernoon. Snturday to Miss Rose Mcachnm ! Mr. and Mrs. J E. Critz. Mr. and nnd Mr. Earl Garni, both of here, i Mrs. Lewis Phillips and C. L. Orveil motored to Memphis Thursday "'^ Wllltc A . LBWon county ^^'visor. and Miss WimU: V. lurncr. counly supervisor, were at Services Saturday for Little Patterson Child succumbed iU ihc family home, I snntheast of this citv, Thursday. ' The Rev. P. Q. Horlc oi the First I M|SA Mary Lynn Dass hart as her icsts Sunday Miss Irene Bell and rrbery Balcntine. of Memphis. Mrs. Wilson and son, who have f Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Anderson ol i Mclho:!Lst chtuc lie Mime cilv, wore nurricd here I services, held at Paragould People Drive Here for Church Meeting Twenty-six members of the con- jrcgalion of Ihe Church of God at Paragould motored here Sunday for the services at the local church conducted by the Rev. James Hooten of Hilham. Tenn., who is in charge of the evangelistic meeting. The revival will continue thru this week. Woodrow Fisher. Carl Ry!ce. Alton Hood and Kenneth McAnally won over the quartet made up oi Tommie Hawkins. Boyd Godwin, Chudo Alexander nnd Alvin HnfTnun. In the spelling contest Toniml: . Thompson v.-on over Virginia Thompson ai«o the right-. lo represent the school ir. yim-. etry over Maurhie lirar.:s:> an:l Charls Joseph. Katliryn Denton defeat:J Mary Cummings for Ihe girls' rtcbs:: bon- ors. The girls' Irio of othus Bracken Lillian Brlsce? snd Gvat 1 . 1 Ellioi: won over the group ma:ie up Virginia Tompkins. Oriue Hut. ins and Thelma Worthlngtou. " Thclma Wcrlhiugi.on c"c;EatciI Mfiurine Branson for Latin honors. Byron Morse won ever U. S:-'Branson in (he boys' declamation! In the algebra cuntesi Kalhryn • Uenton won over Mcdrnc Hensley. •Tiie represciitativcs have not been announced in the history eoii- ' test, in which Albert Taylor and Alvin Huffman are liking part; ijr the shorthand in which Evelyn Da : - vis, Irene Eaton awl Helen Grimes' |are entered and in typuvj with Ruth Butt and Irene Eaton ns eh'-' trants. '.' Woodrow Fisher is the only ;h 7 trant in violin. -V Hospital Notes Mrs. W. E. Cannon, cily, was ad- mitled, and p.-uie'nts dismissed were Allan Stacy, city; Waller Maxwell, cily; W. D. Osborn, city. GAS-1% -' rhillijis "Gii" and Toxtico Save COc to 9Cc 0:1 L'vn-y.-. Tank uf Gas ' Open Oily & Nighi , . Harry Bailey Arch, Hmnoudalc, ^lo. Harry Ballcv, I'rop. COUHTKOU3SEHV1CE Burial was in McGrcw cemetery. Plincral arrangements were in charge of Howard-Anderson. DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOI'ATHIC PHYSICIANS ^ Hemorrhoids IPILESX, Varicosed Veins al.'o Skin Csu?;v.i' and Malignant ifolfs removed without surgcrv. \Veal: and Fallen Arches Ccrrrccled. . .' . - • Clinic 314 .Main ' J'lionc US >: • liar, l.uuehcon Mrs. T. E. T?.U> hoslOM at p.' luncheon fiiven TYid^y r.t tl-.c homr of Mrs. Roland Gr<.^'ii preceding the mcL-ting of tV.e executive bo.\rci of the coiinty council tif Parent- Teacher assotistions. Mrs. Tatt ii president of tl-.a eicup. Blue anil yolluw nude au effective cc-'.or combination for the lovr- ly table I'nit 3lombrrs ii-.-l;* at Parties T\vj i-cli .'.,'.:•-'. parties wcro civen • rCvC'i.lly for mcnibeis of the county • j Mvs. Miio Gardner Nnmed "Miss I v.ith Mrs. Harrison who underwent In major operation at Ihe Mnhcd- ! is!, hospital several days ago. Hcr Statement of Condition of e Farmers Bank Blytheville, Arkansas at Close of Business March 25th, 1931 Resources Loans and Discounts $360410.83 Mil.i Gar.-lncr of . icmplim-.'iiliiiB Miis. Tom., v.l-.o is wt-li kutnvn in this : Mai'i - .in ll'.i- r. Ci-ii! cr::i!csl lor the cot- ' lUMrn'i DiriuU M_iss M:u-y Moore, of Link- Rorl:. ] i 0 n I' , H. Wicks'' , ! M'-'- and Mrs. Harry Hearn nnd Kip.:y. (imichlcr.s, Mives Ethel. Luella anci ic Pearl, :f?o]it S'.nulay in . as si-osls o;' Mrs. Mr. and ::.;. W. Miss Willie A. l.awsou. co-.mty the decorations. '• -'- re .sc-.-.i Mrs Roland Green was a^s-is'.c:! '..iiff cr,uiT.- i-.-,?n'.i tr.Trrf. in Fcrvir.3 by Mrs. C. J. Lil'.:-- T>.IK! IViiiay nn-ht ^:^s. O. S'-.cmo w.i.; Mrs. R. K. Wove jr. Tre fii:--sts hates', when ili?.^ Krn Wrighl w.:s wcro: Mrs. R. H. and Mi:.. :->o a ei:e;t. A lo-i bcjv.i o'. sprinr CI-KVFT.AN'n. M. U Summers of Osccola, Mi>. J. . W. Robinron cf Kclscr. Mi's. V.'. C-. Wali »ud Mrs. J. R. Stc.idman o[ . Arreerc!. Mcsdames H. A. Smith. ;)'..iyi-.l Ira' Gray nr.d Lrncst i: ; Mi^rc:, Mn.i Willie A. L?,v:icn r.r.ti \Vnv.iie V Turncr. of here. . bl:> was atuac'.ivoly nrrat-.g- ul f'jr tlu» cruic.'i'icrc. Attc: 1 tl:: tr, ir.-,- diuni-r menu c;mi> wcrr 1 c: Dr. A. ! lit M. C:cv,v ar.ri Mi;.= Mr.'.y :.!-,-ov. rain. GUTW H.-i-.k :,r.,\ his Ilyliv; r,uari bolio-.v l!ioy n: • enticed lo i bid lo :, loral i\::..;o Iratevnlly. J he ttv.c!-.u\ Aiibivi-reil a all to Lake V:;w ci-i-itscry when 1 lvii:id«is v.cio rep.;:: i into ]>K.-iili-nt O:i:: J. C. Ciupin. of Mr,ni:.i. attc:id- i'olice Ser- ! c<! to busini-fs ):?re to:l-.;v Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jnhnson. of SOKNESS ALL OVER Visilurs Here Tor in- i :p:ctcr; M:ss Carolyn I'Liiie, Dr. r,nd Mrs. V. W. Yatcs, of • -rn:<rt.iii« \Vilb I'arty Riplcy, Tcnn., .accompanied by M-v- ! ji ;S5 j;-.n-;^ i-'iv'ncr was I,<K!I\« en of ^ T r. : u Vales''.c p'j)3il" to a nnnibt:' of liir friou.!i l-':'i;by spent Sunday here where th.n- - uvcnins uilh a paviy fivr-.i at l:?i- Eave a rcdio prcgram ever Statb: 1 . i-.,-,.r.o en L:'l;c s'.rrct. KLCN. The program Wjs of pi- Afir-r riar.cuig and phyin 1 : ano, sir ins hv.trumcnls ;>nd vu... -c'.ock" liclicicus rtfri''.s were M'vClic-ns. TliCJ.e takinj part v>ere: .-cr-..:^. Sinith. Sue Lackey, Mary Wiiln:r.s. ';;>,icrr-Kin7. niirncll. C:nnor, Harmcn rLrk.. T; . p ,„„-,,,„„, Mi ., vr-.,.-. Kin- •<l breaking olci'.-i tomb. y s.\w tlircc r.r.; : -:wy r. : auos I-'MIK.I-..; Lib-iut. "\VI:i,'.< i::ttc.' tin- j..-i,.ranl yeli- M:.-. >!. li il. "It's i:-.-[Oll{- . 1; .is. 1 tiir the liiUiK-ci ii^;, wtre '.i -kilr.; for fAO Mi il - ;is ;i p.ut of nui'..L-.ii i n. '. Mid his .'-quad ii l-.'.ur later Urnk "I v:ns in a r-m- nvn icnililion anil K wiill i-iy n.Ki-.f-s on t their fu!c: i Thr :-i-rb thr miner, cn-.r; , i,lr». the pjity |Grcrn-,say. Arl:.. tc.~:-: pbc AMHFRST. M.iv.-. iUl»- R.llph '• F.- Knu'l.ind of Mil'i-n. a M-:ii c. ivi'V 11 : " x ' only s fro:, 6 n:c! t.ill mA -,vci-:h-; ' *-"••"' sm Siii'.'ja .scan; 130 pc:;r.rls. Yet l-.c is the i '"jciily ihrcv-lctu-r ai Miw.i- „ ., heir I rhtisofs Atiicu!; Coi:r-;p. ]i:iv- ! " «*;i ' Mrs. Yatci 1 mother, MK.) Flort y wasjeatiifday' with Jisstirn E.' D. Walk- | i K "z "won iVftrra'VirioctbjU. 'tascbjll :i? lortncajtr prrforaiiir th: cc^v.oiu. ifnd bajketball. jIS ^_._ Etf.a at Dius S;crc£~ Loans on Cotton Overdrafts Stock in Federal Reserve Bank County Scrip Furniture & Fixtures Banking House Real Estate Other Resources (Insurance Department) Cash and Due from Banks 20,000.00 7,200.00 7,713.66 8,700.00 140,600.00 50,490.00 39,600.00 Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Prof its, Net Rediscounts Bills Payable Deposits $920,935,96 $920,935.96 I

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