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tesday, May 2,1968 SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 a.m. ond 4 p.m. , r r tv,«*ste events ;• THURSDAY, MAY 2 j; [Order of'the Eastern Star will timeet at the Masonic Hall fhurs* fidiy, May 2 at 8:00 p.m. f ?The Hope Men's Golf Asso* 'piktion will meet at the Hope jC(j»untry Club Thursday, May 2, •As string Tournament will be Jplkyed any time in the after- fhoon, and a catfish dinner pre- !p4red by Jamie Russell will be "served at 8 p.m. Anyone inter* •jested in playing in the tourna- jiment is asked to contact Bill [JReyenga at the Pro Shop, jr FRIDAY, MAY 3 •I The ladies of WOC of the :• First Presbyterian Church are "planning a May Fellowship Conference in the Church at 10 a. i;m. for all Protestant and Catho^ Hlic Women of Hope. A program* •Us being arranged by the Chris- -Ttian Community Action Commit- jjtee. We are especially anxious :ifor all our women to attend. ~ The Rose Garden Club will Jimeet at the Experiment Station will have a slide program. .SUNDAY, MAY 5 my Halrstoh, both of Dallas. All friends and relatives are cordial* ly invited. MONDAY, MAY 6 All Circles of the WSCS of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, May 6 at 2 p.m. in the church* The Choir of the First Pres« byterian Church will practice Monday, May 6 at 7 p.m. TUESDAY, MAY 7 A luncheon honoring Dorothy Webb, President of the Arkansas Federation of Republican Wo* men, will be held at the Heritage House Tuesday, May 7 at 12 noon. Tickets are $1.75each. For reservations call Mrs..Leon Davis PR7-4402, after 5:30 p.m. Reservations should be made by May 3. The WOC Council of the First Presbyterian Church will meet Tuesday, May 7 at 10 a.m. in the Chapel. Alpha Delta Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma, will'meet Tues- he Garland as guests of the hostesses, Mrs. Charlean Etter and Miss Mary Margaret Haynes. During a business session, of- :'Sunday, May 5 at 2 p.m. in the IJHempstead County Courthouse. •JA11 members are urged to attend. :: Open House in celebration •of the. Golden Wedding Anni- jVersary of Mr. and Mrs. J. W, ."jlairston will be held at their •home Sunday, May 5 from 2 to 5 :j).m. Hosts will be their son, J. tC. Hairston. and grandson, Tom- TUESDAY, MAY 7 AND WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 Hope Girl Scout Day Camp registration will be held Tuesday, May 7 from 4 to 6 p.m. and Wednesday, May 8 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Girl Scout Little House in Fair Park. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 The John Cain Chapter, DAR, will have a luncheon meeting at "Charter Number 1O5 79 Reserve District No 8 Statement of Condition Call No. 465 MEWIBER F.D.I.C NATIONAL BANK OKHOPE O&HOPE IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS, AT THE CLCSE OF-BUSINESS ON APRIL--'18^1968 PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO CALL MADE BY COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, UNDER SECTION 5211, U. S. REVISED STATUTES. ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection . United States Government obligations . Obligations of States and political subdivisions Securities of Federal agencies and corporations Stock In Federal Reserve Bank Loans and discounts Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises TOTAL ASSETS . Dollars Cts. . . 2,037,338.48 . . 1,450,537,50 3,638,360.76 650,000.00 36,000.00 8,846,630.50 231,846.17 16,890,713.41 LIABILITIES •Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 5,864,504.77 Time and savings deposits of indiv- duals, partnerships, and corporations 7,791,504.59 Deposits of United States Government. ... 69,535.21 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 1,170,231.12 Deposits of commercial banks 91,393.38 Certified and officers'.checks, etc 25;874.43 TOTAL DEPOSITS 15,013,043.50 Total demand deposits. . . . 6,837,915,36 Total time and savings deposits 8,175,128.14 Other liabilities 258,834.11 TOTAL LIABILITIES 15,271,877.61 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Common stock—total par value 10.00 .. . No, stores authorized 48,000 No. stores authorized . ,. .48,000 No. stores outstanding. .. .48,000 Surplus Undivided profits TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS MEMORANDA Loans as shown above are after deduction of valuation reserves of 480,000.00 1,000,000.00 138,835.80 1,618,835,80 16,890,713,41 197,152.03 I I, Mitchell LaGrone, Vice-President & Cashier, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. Mitchell LaGrone We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. Henry Haynes Frank McLarty Jewell V. Moore Jr. Directors 15.OOO.OO Maximum Insurance for Each Depositor MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Wadding Vows Are Repeated (MK) ST»R, PfMW ft Offset Humphrey's Wife Will WIN AT BRIDGE By Oswald affef Jams* Have Surgery WASHINGTON (AP) - Mur» lei Humphrey, Se^ear^ld wife of Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, was scheduled to undergo surgery today to cor* reel a non malignant disorder in the pelvic area, Capt, Walter M, Lonergan is to perform the operation at Bethesda Naval Medical'Center. He is chief of obstetrics and gynecology there. The surgery was described as routine when Mrs, Humphrey entered the hospital Tuesday night, Life in Arkansas By TOMMY YATES Associated Press Writer Have you ever felt that a cer« tain day just wasn't your day? It's kind of like having a mixture of the blahs and bad luck, which usually results In one of those excruciating headaches. Naturally, the headache comes on like gangbusters at NORTH • AQ14 AQ905 UKSt AAR1082 ff 6 S J 10 3 2 SOOfft (0) *J?4 VAK10642 Neither vulnerable West North East South i¥ 14 24 Pass 2 V Pass 3 ^ Pass 4V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— 4 K ^ *V' : -' —^ " Rural Acciden Here is a hand from early '30s which Fred Karpin calls as beautiful a falseeard as he has ever seen. Fred does not mention the know the hand well. At least had - Photo by Shipley Studios MR. AND MRS. LARRY TULLIS Home Economics in May. Larry, a Guernsey High School graduate, attended Red River Vocational-Technical School and is currently employed at Cox Brother's Foundry and Machine Shop. Officiating for the wedding was Rev. Harold Marcum, Nuptial music was provided by Lillian Elledge, accompanied by Mrs.'J. C. Bobo, Jr. pianist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a bridal white —-— Irish linen gown fashioned with Heritage House Wednesday, a chantilly lace train and sleeves. Miss Shirley'Smith served her sister as Maid of Honor and Mrs. Troy Hollis another sister, served as Matron of Honor. Junior Providence Baptist Church of Patmos was the setting on Friday night, April 12 for the wedding of Miss Regina Smith to Larry Tullis. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garland Smith and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Tullis of Hope. Regina, a Hope High School graduate, attended Henderson State College of Arkadelphia and will receive her B.S.E. degree in the May 8 at 12 noon. Hostesses: Mrs. 0. A. Graves, Mrs, J. K, Keesey. Mrs. C. M. Agee, Mrs. Roy Stephenson. Members are asked to call Mrs. Stephenson by bridesmaids and candlelighters noon Tuesday for reservations, were Rhonda and Vhonda Gib- Mrs. Arthur Wimmell, program son, cousins of the bride. .Flow- chairman, will have "American er girl was Little Miss Jean Ann Music" for the program. Flowers, cousin of the bride from Hurst, Texas. -,., .. . HOMEMAKERS H D : iv ; ; DoruMullins served Larry as CLUB MEETS best man. Groomsmen were The Homemakers Extension .Jesse Tullis. brother of the Club met for their monthly meet- groom. Junior groomsmen and home of Mrs. W. M. Stevenson, of the groom, and Randy Dumsny, At the close of the meeting, Miss cousin of the groom from Little Jennifer Smith, bride-elect of Rock. Ring bearer was Master Goodner, cousin of the ,, - -. ... sat North and as usual an imposing time, and a friend bid a trifle too much, suggests, in all good faith, you L ouis.was a great player take one of those tablets whick who always gave the j m p/ es . sucks away all that excess s i on O f general sleepiness at acid, thinking that will solve the table, that problem. West opened the king of Just how do you get the spades and continued with the blahs? Well, you start getting ace. Louis dropped his jack the feeling when: of spades on that second spade You wake up savoring a hot lead. He did it so carelessly cup of coffee, only to find that West did not pause to ask you're out of coffee. himself, "What is Louis up YQU brush your teeth with to? " hairdressing from a tube that If declarer had done so he looks exactly like the new would have deliberately led toothpaste. his deuce of spades. East You see a picture in the wo " ld . have ruffed that and nf a fptinw in vnnr cashed his ace of clubs to set cUs who vSs the the contract, but West just ii« ^ r o H we LI^Lnt continued with the 10 of class drip, and he's been elect- spadeSj East was conv i nced ed president of "Money-Making that Louis was going to ruff Inc." that third spade and East You succomb to your wife's dropped his three of clubs, badgering to get a new lamp West had to lead again and for the living room, only to find selected a diamond. Louis out two days later the same was in with the king and at lamp was put on sale for half first glance it appears that price. Louis would still have to lose You've been playing fight a trick. pools for 15 years and you fin- A second glance shows that ally win one only to find out it's he did not have to. Louis a 10-way split, simply ran off all his trumps You have an unlisted tele- and discarded four clubs from phone number you've forgotten dummy. This left dummy and the operator refuses to w . lth tne ace-queen-seven of give it to you so you can call home. You have a strange pain in _, , .. ,, , .. arm and a fellow worker East couldn t keep the ace !£.?„*.„ ,S£ Jho It of clubs a n d three diamonds you of van uncle who ex- SQ a ^eezWftatl materialized perienced the same pain • and and £ e false . card was never able to use the limb er i y rewarded again. You step aside to let a long' 'yyyf*!$W Why m there mef§ fatal they hsyt shewtj ffittjif iftfe accidents of all kinds In w&\ over half weft •"* -*-*- **" areas than in elites? There appear to be several teasofis for this. One is that farming, lumbering and fttiniffg«»«eetr* pations with special hazards of their awn—are done in sparsely populated areas where adequate first-aid measures are not always available. You need not, however, pursue one of the occupations mentioned to M involved in a rural accident* as many a vacationer".has found out. A recent study revealed that the over 90 per cent of the persons who were injured in rural surroundings and who died within an hour of the accident died without having been moved to a hospital. Of those injured in cities, the corresponding figure was only 34 jured in rural areas between midnight and 6 a.m. were not discovered until several hours after their injury. In an analysis of a series of deaths due to pesticides it Was shown that most of them were caused by ignorance rather than carelessness. The manufacturer's labels have either given incomplete instructions regarding the safe handling of their product or have couched their warnings in technical terms many users do not understand. In the matter of traffic accidents, little is accomplished by such admonitions as "Dri,ve Safely" and "Don't Be a Statistic." Studies have shown that from 50 to 75 per cent of severe or fatal traffic accidents involved drinking drivers but, more important, eial dfinkers btit vw ~- We*fe cnfoHiic alC6n6HcS» Many it attic tfeaifts ..-,-, been attributed to speed but we now know that the htiwaft body can survive accidents at , high speed if it Is adequately protected by safety belts, eci- lapsible steering wheels and padded dashboard?, There remains, however, the toughest problem of all for persons injured in the country ^•ambulances equipped not only with the standard acees* sories but also with a crew of at least two welMrained attendants, one of whom eould also be the driver, Small com* munities might have to subsidize such a service but the saving in lives would make it worth every cent of the cost, (Newspaper Enterprise Pleate tend yout <>ueHiflni tommtnts to Wdyfie G. M.D., to ton ot ittt papet. Dr. Btandttadt cannot answer iftJi- virfuof Ittten, he will answer letters ot general Merest in Mute column*. Expression's Origin . The expression, "not worth a continental," refers to the paper money issued by the Continental Congress to finance the American Revolt tion. The notes were called, "continentals." MAY PERMANENT WAVE fPICIALf .(Your Choice of Type) Guv-Body-Curiy m*'* Beauty Salon 114 W. 2nd PI#r3118 Call No. 465 Charter No. 12533 National Bank Region No. 8 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE was prop- James W. Baker of Bodcaw, was given a surprise shower. Miss Smith received many lovely gifts. Cake and cokes were served by the hostess. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. Syd McMath entertained her Tuesday Bridge Club on April 30, and she had pretty roses decorating her home. Clubmem- bers and three guests, Mrs. McRae Andrews, Mrs. Bill Wray, and Mrs. Comer Boyett, enjoyed a pleasant afternoon. When scores were tallied at the two tables, Mrs. E. J. Whitman and Mrs. R. T. White were high. The hostess served a dessert plate, coffee and cold drinks. Coming, Going Mrs. Dewey Camp returned home last week from visits in Oxford, Miss,, with Dr, and Mrs. Bob Truax and family and in Crossett with Miss Kay Camp, Mr. and Mrs, J, A, Davis spent a few days in Fayetteville last week with Mr. and Mrs, Cline Franks and other relatives. Going to Rogers for the re« cent Christian Church State Assembly were the Rev. Johnnie Beasley, Dai4d_Pearson, Mrs, Roland Pearson, and Mr, and Mrs, J, A, Davis, Those from Paisley School attending the Annual PTA Conven» tion at the Marion Hotel Tues. day, April 30, were Mrs, Jud Martindale, Mrs, Galen May, Mrs, J, B, Wiihite, and Mrs. Wayne Whitley. BARBS By PHIl PASTQRfT You can be sure a buy is growing up when he loses his dislike for playing with dolls. Donny bride, For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Smith wore a beige linen dress with brown accessories and Mrs. Tullis wore a navy and white linen dress. After the wedding, a reception was given in the Fellowship Hall The center piece was made from the bride's bouquet and her attendant's bundle of pink mums. The church and' reception room were decorated with ivory and baskets of magnolia leaves and pink mums. Leaving on their wedding trip to Pettit Jean, the bride chose for traveling a floral design linen dress with a beige linen coat. After their return the couple will reside at Stamps where Regina is do ing her student teaching. The out-of-town guests were Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Gibson, Debbie and Sharon Reppond, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dumeny, Sharon, Cecelia, and Randy, Mr, and Mrs. Mike Harmon, all of Little Rock; Mr, and Mrs, W, R. Zumwalt, Prescottj Mr, and Mrs, J, W. Thornton and June, Texarkana; Mrs. Bobby Power, Springhill, La,; and Mr, and Mrs, Donai Galloway, Susie, Jerry and Jim, Mrs, Wayne Flower, Jeffery and Jean Ann, Hurst, Texas, bus ahead of you. She slides into the only seat left and you find out she's a man. You come home with three bottles of what you thought to be wine for that special dinner, only to find out you have rum instead. You hold No. 244 in a drawing for a new color television .set and the winner is 245. You pick up the bady to kiss her before going out of town and she spits up on your shirt. Well, that's life. Eisenhower Recovering From Attack MARCH AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AP) — Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower is reported making excellent recovery from his third heart attack since 1955. "The general's progress to this point has been very encouraging," medical authorities said Wednesday, The seizure appeared less severe than those in 1965 and 1955, the experts said, adding that there have been no complications since the retired five-star general was flown here by hell- copter from his winter home in Palm Desert, Calif,, on Monday. Q—The bidding has been: West North East South 14 Dble 4 4 Pass Pass Dble Pass 5 4 Pass Pass ? You, South, hold: 4A8764 VK10532 454 +3 What do you do? A—Double. You have two probable defensive tricks and your partner has opened the bidding. TODAY'S QUESTION Again East doubles your partner's one spade opening. This time you hold: AA8764 VA10532 454 +3 What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Hatlonsl Win with Jacob// Oswald Jacob/, coauthor with his son Jim of (Home Paper's) popular column, "Win At Bridge," has written a 64-page booklet of expert at/vice for his readers. Get your copy of "Win At Bridge" by sending name, address with lip code and 50 cents to; (Name Paper, Ad' dress, City, State) or (Name Paper, Box 499, Oept. A, Radio City Station, New York, N.V. W19). lo One nuesthni for (/it' son H'lio t'J'horls lead u yinul /iff on <i (ji'i' sutunj: Itoic am do unythiny else'.' Find I'rc\ in Dark Some snake* have small pits near their nostrils. These act us infrared detectors. enabling a reptile so equipped to seek out warm prey even ill total darkness. PIXIE Drive-in Theatre Friday Adult Entertainment Saturday-Sunday Adm, 1.00 Trie WilS, WilS WORlSof HYflE, MaNSFiEIS Saenger THEATRE Tonight Hayley Mills -Trevor Ho\vard Shashi Kapoor "R Mailer of innocence" nnmctnu' Friday-Saturday PJ: is a hundred minutes of murders, brawls, broads, and sizzling action. GtOftCtPfPPftRDisRJ. GAYIEHUHN»'RAYWOHDBURR TECHNICOLOR* * UNIVER&M- OF HOPE OF HOPE IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON APRIL 18,1968 PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO CALL MADE BY COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, UNDER SECTION 5211, U.S. REVBED STATUTES. ASSETS Dollars Cts. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection .... 1,501,954.31 United States Government obligations .... 3,810,957.06 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 2,970,894.93 Stock in Fed. Res. Bank . 36,000.00 Loans and discounts . . . 5,568,943,5"3 •Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 230,912.74 Other assets ^ 1,206.78 TOTAL ASSETS 14,120,869.35 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partner* ships, and corporations 4,177,219.01 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 6,515,349,02 Deposits of United States Government 39,326.98 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 1,888,719,17 Certified and officers' checks, etc 14,584.26 TOTAL DEPOSITS 12,635,198.44 . Total demand deposits .... 5,577,894,42 Total time and savings deposits 7,057,349.02 Other liabilities 155,599,37 TOTAL,UABILJTIES 12,790,797,71 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Common stock ,....,,,,.... 200,000,00 No. shares authorized ,,,, 20,000 No, shares outstanding.,., 20,000 Surplus ,,,.,,,, ,.. 1,000,000,00 Undivided profits ., ,.,,, 120,844,7$ Reserves .., ,.,,..,,,,, ' 9,226,88 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ,,,.,.,,, 1,330,071,64 TOTAL LIABILITIES AW3 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ,,, 14,180*869,35 MEMORANDA Loans as shown above are alter tion of valuation reserves ol. §4,000,00 I, Ray Lawrence, vice President 4 Cash&r, ol the above named bank do hereby declare that tbis report of waJJUOR is true and correct to toe best of my knowledge ajpi belief, Ray We, the undersigned directors attest th* eorreetmsg of this report of condiUwawi declare that It has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge aud belief }g fine ajtf correct, M, }5,QOO,00 For Each Depositor

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