The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 17, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 17, 1947
Page 5
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JUONDAY, .FEBRUARY 17, 1947 * •"••^•••""•••^ T] >2 TOD UND Duri ty. 3V and this < ville Duri less in as A ba jn^rntBViLLij! <AKK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREB THE FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO BIytlieville, Ark. During these twenty-five years many changes have taken place in Blytheville and Mississippi County. Many institutions have come ami gone. Blytheville has grown from a small town to a small city and it is a source of much gratification to us to know that we have been a factor in the buildin- of this community. We have always taken the attitude .that any movement that was good for Blytheville and the was also beneficial to The Fanners Bank & Trust Company During- this period of a quarter of a century The Farmers Bank and Trust Company has grown from less than ONE-HALF MILLION DOLLARS in assets to more than TWELVE MILLION DOLLARS in assets which is an index to the growth of this community. j A bank has three IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS to perform in order that the normal flow of business ; m any community, may move properly to the advantage of its customers, these functions are: I I—The first function of your bank is to safeguard your deposits—not only with the combined strength of stone and steel, but also with investment skill and sound lend- 1 policies. .,..->,-.... .. .L -— 2—The second function of your bank is t o provide safe and convenient ways for money to be transferred and thereby make possible the prompt exchange of goods and services not only in the community, but also between the community and the rest of the country and the world. •& I ' ' 3—The third function of your bank is money for both business and personal needs. Funds are loaned at meet the credit needs of merchants, _ ' farmers, manufacturers, and other borrowers. We feel that our success over this quarter of a century .has proven that .we have fulfilled the above functions. WE PLEDGE our continued faithful service to our many customers and friends and predict that the next QUARTER OF A CENTURY will show greater improvements in this community than in the QUARTER OF A CENTURY just passed. - , ^i^ f, j j ,; ^ijy^l.^^t Many customers have been with us continually over this period of TWENTY-FIVE YEARS and we. have seen them grow from small beginnings to large successes, which is a source of much pleasure tO US. ; , ''<&-'> *•!> r • ' ' We want to express our appreciation for the business intrusted to us, both in our banking- and insurance departments and pledge the same type of faithful service to you in the future that we have given in the past TWENTY-FIVE YEARS of service to you. . , • FARMERS BANK& TRUST CO. Member of the Federal Reserve Bank — the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporati - /• 1 k w VNY oun- city g'Of 'the- any. 'rom ARS ness \ i -»!-•* 1 1 bove t the the :l we sure and t we ). n > ••^•••••MMM* -^^^••••••—•^••i • •. ;•;•" ''• '<••>• * . .J --(>•. ,'. ( .. •' • .•'-'••','." : ' •' "'•'.' .:•' . • • ' 'l» 1 ' '•' * j ' ' T - ' : . .::.'":'';: . • , \ • • . . _ - • r ...... • -i I " t - , (-

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