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, dtfabfr 7, tlii MOM If At, HOP I, ARRANIAI IETY Proclamation , 6et6b«(> ? The fiieelihi of the Hope itich's AtiJciliary \viJi meet Tuesday night at ? o'clock in the home of Mi-s, Joe Mollis. hlghl at the Mope Country 4Qub Will be Tuesday at 1 b.iri, with a pot luek supper. Hostesses will be Mr, and M'rs; James H, Jottes, Mr. and Mrs, James M, Pilkinton and Mr. and Mrs. Clck VVatkins. Wednesday, The Executive Committee of Jr. and Sr. High School will meet Wed Jicsday, Oct. 8 at 9 a.m. In the teachei-s lounge at Jr, High School. * Paisley PTA will meet Wediics' y, Oct. 8 at 3 p.m. The Executive Committee will meet at 2:30. Wednesday, October 8 The Oglesby P.T.A, will meet Wednesday at 3 p.m. In the school auditorium, An executive meeting will be held at 2:30 p.m. if The Brookwood P.T.A. executive committee will meet Wednesday October 8 at 2 p.m. All room « others are to meet with this immlllce. The John Cain Chapter of the D.A.iR. wil have its first meeting of the nesv year Wednesday October 8, at noon in the private dining room of the Diamond Cafe. Mrs. Robert LaGrone, Jr., Mrs. J.. K. Battle, and Mrs. John Keck will be hostesses. C. V. Nunri Jr., will bo the guest speaker. School P.T.A. will meet in the auditorium on Wednesday October 8, at 3: p;m.. (Mrs. Jack Lowe will speak"'on 3% sales tax. An .executive 'board meeting will be held at 2:30. Thursday, October 9 The Jr.-Sr.. High PTA will meet Thursday, Oct. 9 at 3 p.m. at'the Jr. High School; 4jCub Scout Masters, Clyde Coffee, Tfnd LaGrone Williams ask that all den mothers of Pack 62 attend a special meeting at Garland School Thursday October 9 at 7:30 p.m. Any mother interested in becoming a den mother and forming new dens are urged to attend. Rose Garden Club Meets October 3rd- The Rose Garden' Club of Hope met on October,.3rd, in.tjie.home « Mvs, J. '0, Luck, with MVs, Ray len as co-hostess, Each of the members answered the roll iby naming the nesv .bul'bs she was going to plant this year, A Junior Rose Garden Club will be organized at the Washington School on October 14. The Local Rose Garden Club will sponsor the junior organization and Mrs, J, O, Luck will be the representative, Basket arrangements were i,fought ;by the club members, An YOUR HAIR... Can Be Years Younger IN JUST MINUTES DIANE'S BEAUTY SALON pbp, 7-311B "204 8,'Main k EDITH .- - DIANE SAENGER TONITE 6;30 - B;00 DOUBLE . HORROR SHARK REEF" _ Pt,u$ w "NIGHT OF THE BLOOD BEAST^ Sf arts ASK ANY G, I, pi-ogfam oh "fiulbs" Was presehted by Mfg. darretl story, assisted by Mrs. j, d. darl> toH, Mt-s. Seva Oibsott, Mrs. JS, P. O'Ndal and Mrs, Marry Shlveh fit! iiciotts refrcshmdhls of pie t Coffee Were Served to the mem* befs ahd one guest, Mrs. J*red MeElroy. H, C, tb Bridge Club Zlhtlas and celosia were Used in attractive arrangements at the home of Mrs. M. C. WhJlworth when she ehttertaincd her Bridge Club oti October 3rd. Besides the club members, 'Mrs. Dewy Camp was also a guest, During the afternoon, prizes were won by Mrs. C, C. Lewis and Mrs. £>ewey Camp. The hostess served a salad plate to two tables ot players. Wesleyan Service Guilds Has dinner at Diamond Cafe Wesleyan Service Guilds in the Hope District of the M'ethodlst Church had a dinner meetng at the Diamond Cafe on Sept. 30. The tables, . decorated with bronze and yellow chysanthe- mtims, also held items depicting the studies, "Christian Corners of North American Neighbors" and "The Middle East". Following dinner which was served cateteria style, an interesting program was .presented toy -Mrs. James MeLarty, district secretary of Christian Missionary education. A solo, "The Lord is My Light," was sung by Miss Margaret Nell Medders, accompanied by Mrs- B. C. Hyatt, The meditation was a Responsive reading followed by the hymn, "Christ of the World We Sing," which the entire group joined in singing. The business- session was conducted by Mrs. Bun Gantz of Tcx- arkana, district secretary of the. Guild. Approximately 55 members, representing seven Guilds in ,the district, were present for the meeting. Circle 3 of W.S.C.S. Meets in basetep Home Circle 3 of the W.S.C.S. met October 6 in the home of Mrs. Webb Laseter Jr., with Mrs. Steve Carrigan, Jr., as cohosless. Mrs. Laseter, the Circle chairman, called the meeting to order and offered the opening prayer. This was followed by a short business meeting. IMrs, Dale Barnum gave and inspiring--devotional /message with Mrs. J. D.' Walker" reading the scripture, 'Matt, 5i'l-l., The group ioined in the responsive reading and the meditation \y.as closed with prayer 'by Mrs, V. C, Brown. The hymn, "Blessed Assurance," was sung by all with Mrs, C, M. Agee accompanying at the piano. Mrs. H, O. Kyler, Sr,, presented an interesting program on "Our Mission Projects in the Caribbean," discussing a few of the projects. Mrs, E, P. Young, Sr,, gave "St. Croix," written 'by Dorothy Kelley, ,vho is a former deaconess of this ;ocai district, Mrs, Kyler concluded the program , by giving the other carjh- oean projects, followed 'by the closing prayer voiced <by Mrs, J, C. Carlton, president of the W.S.C.S, The hostesses served sandwiches, cookies, and punch to 13 members and one guest, Mrs, J, C, Cariton, A PfifieiAMAttM! fiV MAVtm Of H<5«2 WHfifcEAS thousands of Afriefl cans lose Iheif iiVes each yea from fires that could be iitoVeBlei and MiEttEAS greal seelai and ceo nomid losses Id dttf city rosui from the destruction" of homes business enterprises, industries and natural resources! THERElFCmE, 1 George Frazte Mayof of Hope, do hereby pro claim the week beginning Oct. 5 i9oS, as Fire Prevention Week. 1 call upon all departments ahc agencies of the city govertihleh to participate adtiVely ih a cam palgn for improved fire safety The fire department 'and schools of our city dan provide effective leadership ih the activities of Fire Prevention Week, arid t urge them to work with the Chamber of C"om fncrec and other organizations for a successful program, 1 earnestly request every citizen of the community to take part ir relieving hazardous conditions anc make our city a safer community in Which to live and Work, •IN WilTiMESS WittE'R'EOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and caUsec the seal of Hope to be affixed. •DONE in the city of Hope, this oth day of October, 1958. George Frazier, "Mayor Coming and Going Mr, and Mrs, George Robison and Mr, and (Mrs, E> i,, Archer J)-,, were among the fans at the S.'M'.U.-jfotrc Danie game, They visited their daughters, Jan and Margaret Ann, who are students at 8,'M.U, Those from out of town who at' ,ejjded the • R, L,. Gosnel} funeral were; My- and Mrs, H. j}, Crow, 3j',, and Mrs, W. JV. Stamius of pocH, Mr, and Mrs, T, ®, 3p}'flgins o| fesarkana, Mfs, R, 1, Pagan of Greenville, Tejfas, Mr, ancj Mrs. T, B« Logan, Mr, an4 Mrs, g^m Logan and Ulss, Jijlja Logan jpf Prespott, Mrs. Poj. WJiitten of ArJ?EtdeJphia, Mr, ' Carojyn of ?aris, ! a')4 Mrs, Don, j^aUi Mr, an4 Mi',s. W, W. Core of Stamps, Mr< Mi's- Hss^ell Jones of fe-%, , M>'?. M«Mlo WJJSQn,, 'Mrs. BuUor of Washington an4 \lf§. *H, K, MeWfifg of ease, son °f Mr. au4 M'v?, Palp HujH, 1)95 returned (.0 p|viii§n, life after serving with Ajm.e4 Forges Jn Justice Burton to Retire From High Court By JOHN H AVERILL WASHINGTON (AP) — Justice Harold H. Burton is retiring next Monday.after 13 years on Iht Supreme Court—opening the way foi the court's first Elsenhower-ap pointed majority. The "White House announced the 70-year-old jurist's unexpected request for retirement Monday nighl a short time after the court opened its regular fall term. The announcement gave no indication of whom President Eisen hower might name as a successor to Burton or how soon ho might act. Burton, a Republican, wrote Eisenhower he was retiring "with regret but in accordance wifel: competent medical advice and with a desire to serve the best interests of all concerned." Burton's two-paragraph letter didn't elaborate, Approving the request, ^is liower praised Burton for "devoted and dedicated public service." Eisenhower's, appointment pf a succesors will ,be his' fifth to tho nine-man court. Except to rhis selection of Chief Justice Warren—a former California governor and twice an aspirant for the Republican presidential nomination — Eisenhower las picked Supreme Court judges !rom other judicial posts. Of the three other Eisenhower appointees, Justices John M, Har Ian and Charles Evans Whittakef were federal appeals court judges and Justice Williaim J, Brcnnan was a member i of the New Jersey State Supreme Coui t. With Burton leaving, the court has five Democratic and three Republican members, the latter be. ing Warren, Harlan and Whittaker. Burton's retirement leaves the court with only one justice, Toir! C, Clark, Who was appointed by iams, who is a patient in a local hospital, In Dallas and Fort Worth tor the football games over the weekend were Mr, and Mrs, .Albert Graves, Johnny Graves and David Watkins, Also making the trip were Mr, and Mrs, Charles Walker, Mr, antl Mrs, Leo Robins, and Mr, and Mrs, Homer >Jones, ' Hospital Notes Bransh Admitted! O, B. RitzeJl, Fulton; Mrs, Virgj} Baker, Hope; Mrs, Roy Martin, Rt, I, Hope; Queen Esther Cook, Hope; Sam Trotter, Rt, I, Washington; Mrs, W, D, Billings, Jfope. , Pis?h3rged; 'Mrs. Ed McCorkJe, Hope; Lizzje White, Washington; M'rs, Jfenry Pwrkc and ba'by boy, Hope; Queen jjsthor Cook a'-ld baby gjri, HO-PO-' Mr- and Mrs, Viral Baker ftn« pounce the arrival of g pagy boy, born OcJ, S, }g5§, 'Mr. and Mrs, R.oy Martin an.' Bounce the arrival of a baby boy, Oct. 7, i Mrs. g. W. in?; Ad TtfmgJV JJppp; Mrs, Harry Noble, Hope; Mrs* Ql.a WjH« iams, Hope; Pete MvWrpw, Rt. .3, H9PP; S' K. Grisham, W* 1. Pni' met; Melvip Jones, IJgpei Mrs, J, J. Qreene, *»• J. P^mpli W. T- Vines, El, J, i^ Y. AtHins, ' , a, Hope; s.am H, Mrs. J> W. Psi'SQtis, flope; R,, Lpe, Shreyepgrij . don, B9PPJ Mr?. -|4 1, »J- J. ; Hope; pg .?., Ji- f «?AfiA* £, 1* ™ r «"••>-, — - -i—-— - T"ir- -*rn"MM TFfjwsry j fS *•* ^) WwijWfiyVww;i*^ij»«iB-w# Ai^.w/ #w»r:^'?#»J5?ft» frW ^ The bib makes an autumn appearance (left) In a gllllei-in* magnificent pumpkin color. Worn with it are matching earrings and a cuff bracelet. The set is done in fake pearl nuggets and imported crystals. Gold frosted fake pearl nuggets and gold baroque metal beads are used , VriBht) for rone with detachable pendant, earrings and wide bracelet These are Richelieu I dcslgns,_By GA1LE DUGAS, NBA Women's Ktlitor, One of the most beautiful short,evening gowns to come out of the recent collections is this one in white satin by Bernard Sagardoy. Schiffli embroidery is used in the form of roses on the cuffed top and across part of the skirt. By ROSETTE HARGROVE, NEA Staff Correspondent, Paris. DOROTHY ID IX Two Families, One Roof Equals Compound Faction Dear Dorothy Di?c! When my husband came out of; orvicc, w° ran smack up against he housing shortage and in desperation accepted my sister's invitation to live with her, She's ievera} years older than I, and is cry well established 'in the corn- rjunity, We all get along well and are 'very congenial, until social jfe is considered, We're never jsked out Avith them, When her riends visit, I fis -refreshments, «lp deal} the house but rarely am nvHcd to join the fun, Socially my iusband pnd I get' nowhere, I'm attractive, neat, sm, coHsidored :ood company but lack the jewels, urs and cars that rny sister's rowd pm'ade, V/e're working up 0 them, I've talked to my sister ibout jt, but she puts on a patron- zing ."big sister' 'act and says .ve're loo young for he}' friends.— Cindy G. Dear Cindy: ?he only solution is 1 place of your own, Housing hortage or not, there is some gcnei' o)! f,ho city that you and ^o«r husband can feather for your •wn nes.t. Your sister's friends ce well established wives and mothers who have little in com- i>gn,wiih P young career girl, If hey drew. -you jnto their circle soon be bared s(jff listening o stories pf dental braces, p, T, .., dancing lessons and,, scouting. 'heso, too, you will #row into, Igfer helped, when yPW Deeded aid, ilje pheerfujjv took you into her .qrqe' snd, really, you shouldn't j$pegt piueh more, If she doesn't hop little' sjs(ej tagging along, entirely bjjme her, If g9P)?e ,ypur own U£e and your own Mends, you snd v will get along hniej} better nan, if you, tried to Jive ea.vh Jives, - . ; gfl ' donH pass me by, A1- I'm ig years qjd my parents till r^ly^e to jet jne ^tay wp past p, ra-- Sonjetjnps my frumps ^flyei' In the jEjvening, and.H's ery ^rn^a.rra.s.sjng' to Ijav.e them ' early, m- >VJ 1 de " or indulging in some other noisy activity. After a few mornings of this,' your parents may see Ihe light and .you'll sec a little more ot the night, Pear Dorothy Bix: , I have a crush on my girl friend's brother and I'm !>ure he's interested in ma, but he's too shy to do anything about it, How 'can I help him overcome this fault? — Muni Pear Mi mi; Shyness isn't a fault. In fact, after you've hccn exposed to extreme brashness, it would seem to be a virtue. Ask your girl friend — and her broth* er — to your house some night, Have another 'boy to square things off, Play reccnds, practice a few new dance s^eps. When ho feels he can dance well, he'H gajn. confidence — and whoosh goes the shyness. Pear Dorothy Dix: Is it true that any married msn, whether he loves his wife or not, will - cheat if he has an oppor. tunjty? please answer this and decide a bet, — ftj. and M, Rear M« and JVJ.! Of course not, There are honorable, loyal rnon as •well as cheats and heels. In fact, (here #re more of the former than of the latter, The cheaters more noise, that's all, Send your problem Dix. 3e sure to enclose 3 stamped, selffaddrcssed envelope,, and a dress her care of this newspaper, County Workers Teik Retirement f!A,P>— The 195,S Le|i|il§ture wjlr be asKed tq set up a retirement plaji for alj coun» }y Qjpployos in the s,t(itc, PulaskJ County CJerk R. S, (^ob) J»qit l rf sa}4 ihe bill would wake the plan similar to pjiei approved b y the JSJ57 t,jegisl9ture for slate e ploy«s. approved, he 5314. U probably would go inta effect «j,ujy 1, .all county 9 Pf U^' C ' aff0 for fettl »l tfee A. P. &L Power Continued From Page Ono been 12.2 mllles per KW<H, Increased Intoor and fuel costs arc the principal factors in the increase. There Is-no chance to lower these costs until the load has grown to several times its present size. Cost of SPA Power Jn figuring the cost of power purchased from SPA, the cost would have to include amortizing the $300,000 spent on a line and sub-station'; The costs, would amount to 0.3 mills for the year 1858 and is estimated at 7-0 mills for the year 1002. Under the rule available from the Arkansas Power & Light Company, the rale for 1058 would .be 7.50 mills and is estimated at 7.8 mills for the year J002. The average cost ot power under the SPA contract for this period would bo 8.05 mills. The average cost under the Arkansas Power & .Light rate would be 7.75 mills. To each ot the figures would be added one mill per KWH, which is the estimated cost of maintaining the plant as a stand-by facility. Taking the lowest of these figures, the Arkansas Power & Light rate, and assuming the plant could maintain its present cost, there would still be a saving of over 3 mills per KW<H. The average killownlt hour sales during the five-year period will be around 2-1 million KWH per year. A saving of 3 mills per KWII will, on this amount, represent a saving ot $72,000 per year, There is more flexa'bility under tho terms ot the Arkansas Power & Light contract, in that the load can vary from month to month, almost to any extent, while under the terms ot SPA contract, pew- or needs must be estimated for three years in advance. Havi/ig available an almost unlimited pdw- er supply would remove one of the problems of obtaining new industry. This is a factor that should be given weight when considering the problem of p power supply, After studying ajl of the various alternates during the past year, the Water & Light Commission employed the services of u consulting engineer to review all of the plans under consideration. His report shows that a contract with the Arkansas Power & Light for wholesale power would save tho city about $75,000 during the next five? years over the rale available from the SPA, and that it would save the city around, $400,000 during the five-year period, over the cost ot producing the current in an expanded power plant, Against p<?m Jo view of the foregoing, the Water & L'ght Commission cannot recommend adding the enormous dflbl burden which wil) be /jecqs. syry to expand the plant. Jt is our belief that wholesale power should be purchased until such, a tjjne. jjs the community has grown largo enough that power can be produced cheaper than it can be pur« chased. Wo 'beJievo the contract with the Arkansas Power & Light pffers some advantages in addition IP the savings pyer the SPA power costs. The city would, not haye to own nor maintain the high voltage equipment, and WP do no(. haye either the, tools or the personnel tp curry on thjs operation as well as could top done ijy the poni,pgnits who ?re operating many hundreds of miles of this type oi< equipment. Under th<? |erms of '• the Arkansas ftywey % Light con- ! iragi, we could make immediate demands upon their system for ach JiUonai power, This coujp; be of great valqe in securing industry, S>jf!cc one of tho first filings a J^pavy industry, would require 4? SSsyrjince of adequate power. AUo, yjulcr the terms, and, as a part yf Jjte- son-tract, tfcc IJape-gptfofaiatig ?t,ati90 would be Jiept j^ operating eqf)4iUftn. TOs woi)14 ys the'giant \vould Apt be sjUowc4 run, '4own, an4 would fee in, tian if ttie £»rn,m,unU t<J a yojnt where U |s s«e gf |Ue Millionaires in Race for N, Y, Governor By JAMfeS B6VLIN NfcW VaNK (At 1 ) — tho face between UVo civic minded hiulll* millionaires lor Iht New York governorship gives Sdllie slfttts of being closer limn esiicclctl. the? odds presently fnVor QoV. AVcfcli HttrriWnn's rtJ'clectiott bid, Nelson A Itockefdllei't a fiew fnco before this voldt-s, has been waning n spirited, personable, hohslop eiiiii)inlRn Ihnl has en eoilrntfcd Iterftibllcatis, They think Uetiioaral HarHmart Is ho lonyoi 1 the shout In he up* poured to be bcfoto the August mlnntlhtf colivcnlloiis, Manhattan bookies rait! ItnrrU Mian ill this point ns it 0-S favor ltd Id lite Nov. -I bulJotftitf. Republican leaders Insist that n poll eonfiuctdtl mulct' OOP nlis* |)lccs In September showed Itockc" fellci' and Hai'rlmmi i-tmitltia evcm They report, tluil onch .polled 40 per dent nnd 20 per donl word mdccided. Some top Democrats liiivc coum sclcd against complacency or nflnlnsl beln« lulled; Into n fiilsu Sense of saciit-Hy by the Demo- crntlc Inndsllclo in Maine Sept, II One such wnnnlnH (came f«om GoV. Edmund Musklo, elected senator In that election. Jtoi'i'lmnn Is inking nothing for granted lie has been visiting every section of (He stntc to speak and shake hands with the same fervor he did In 1054, Thnl yciii 1 he won the governor' slilp over nupubllcan Son. Irving M, Ives by the squeaky margin ot J.,000 votes of more Hum five mil, Jion cast. Since then he tons hud ample opportunity to build his political and again generate their own power. We feel that there are only two rensons for the city being In the electric light and power business. One is to provide good electric Service at reasonable rates', and the other Is to make some earnings which can be used for other community facilities. During the past, this plant has contributed a lot to improvements that have made Hope a better community. This transfer of money has been reduced about half,in order to provide needed improvements to the electrical system, It Is our aim to build this back to where it can again provide more money than Is now being made available for other community services. The contract for wholesale power will Jow J or the costs enough that we can offer an over all 5% reduction in the rates now ibplng charged for electricity and still leave some additional earnings which can foe mndc available for other purposes. "While this Is a responsibility of the Hope Water & Light Commission, and the decision must be ours we ore submitting this to the Board because we feel this is of Important concern to the elected officials. We believe that the final decision in a matter of such importance should be one that meets with the approval of the elected representatives of the community. We shall be happy to rnect and further discuss any details which could not jo included in this report. .Respectfully submitted, Hope Water & Light Commission ifi, W, Edwards, Chairman Hoy Anderson, Secretary Albert Graves R. M, LaGrone Lloyd Spencer GIRLS — NEW FIESTA COLD WAVES * $8.50 Guaranteed MARTHA'S IIAUTY SHOP Behind Chlldi Phpne 7^flH ??0 S, Shpver Fri!§ltt Ratt Hikt Gfan»«d LJfttE RdSM tAPj«A 12 ecfit tficftftse in ifitfastald rrtle* Wfl* !raHlcd lo IMickbfS »»., ,,,,, terdny by the Atkahsfis Cowmeree %s dortirnlssloH. siwilnr ^rtlc Kicrcases find gt-nhldd Id bus lines and fa corHliafiiea enrllcr, The ^fllc Idci-easd involves ftil rfencfrtl cottiHlodltles hauled by fll thicklnrt firms licensed lo hatll {tood.1 wtthlh the attitc. The Yiddish Intifitutgd oclglrinldd in Did tUiirteJrtnd In the 10th dart' lury from medieval Clermaft ai , 'by strcii(»tli. lie was able to build the Demo*, cralle orgahlstatlort ihrou^h~ palronatfc after 12 years of Ke« publican state administration tin-" dcr Otw, Thomas E. bewcy. Meanwhile, came what ilnt-rl' mnh calls "The Klscnhower re« k cession," the' Sherman Adams, case, wontd uneasiness over Eisbn« honor's Qtiomoy policy, and the Democratic triumph In Maine, All added up lo give the Demo- \ urals confidence that this Is their,*' year. Hut Now York Republicans eon-,, f lend the New York campaign will > hinge on slate Issues—not Quemoy or Adams, although Rep, Kenneth/ B Keating, their candidate for the Senate, was one o fthe GOP office seekers who demanded that Adams resign. Although Rockefeller doesn't mention it, Republicans have bncn stressing ciuielly the differences jri the candidates' ages. , ! • Republican campaign literature, '' notes that Rockefeller Is 50 and-,, that Harriman "becomes* 07.''on „ NOV. 15." • ' , Rockefeller's activity in phlluii" 1 thropic work for minority groups "' iong'(before his name cropped up'.'' as a possibility for governor may' < help him In strongly Democratic '' New York City. Jfe tins contributed to low-cost/' housing in Puerto Rico and Israel'-' and has participated in causes for Negro advancement. j Rockefeller himself appears Increasingly confident. -, For Home Style Meals—Tr/jThe Grill Cqfe Three complete meals dally •" Open 3 a. m. to 8 p. m. Next door to Farm Bureau ANNOUNCEMENT . Mrs. Joella Amour la servicing the Investment accounts of her husband, Joe Amour, deceased. , , 'Please call Prospect 7-2419" for,' any Information you may need.t 1 Taylor & Jordan , USED CARS — And — BODY SHOP t " 216 3. Hazel Phone 7-4022 .Orvllle Taylor • John Bill Jordan' 86TH ANNIVERSARY ' SPECIAL 5 PC, Maple Dinette, Service for 6 dishes, Place Mats and stainless steel silverware. FRAN'S TAP-BALLET.BALLR'OOM 1 ACROBATIC-BATON Special Classes for Tiny Tots! PR 7-4335 . / X 6 v ;si , B ,fta •I • *t" *j" ' t .* iA.- n?pprt pf \hf Condition ef BANK OF BLEVINS BJcvins, IJcmpstcad Co,, Ark, , ' • ,'1.41 At the close of business Sppt, 24, 1958, a State banking institution, ,_#<'-* organized, and operating uader the banking laws ot this State, Pup*,- ,j< Jlshed in accordance with » c*JJ made by the State ^"^ r-nmm,«. Loans gnd Djseovnts .............................................................. „...„ ....... 7Q.079.M' , "o LoanB QO «ea} ^stste ................................ , .................................. 34.858-85 ~ V. S, Seo(jrHles not pledged .,., ....................................... , ........ 9l} ( QOPiQQ' Qther Bonds and Securities, Including State Warrants, ' Coynty and City Scrip ............................... •- ........................ t F^rnlture »n and Puc /rpm Agprov<s<J Resorvg . Qther Egsources ........................................................ ._. ............... TOTAfc ............................................... •'. ....... I ............................. ,..- Commofl Stock SurnJws F«nd, t CertUje4 8§*Q9Q.flO,^ r $ Undjyjqjgd profUs, $fit '~ Jjeseryg |pr Coijtinf enpies, etc Idual Deposits, i{l?]u4'ng Certificate? o{ Report , 46,484.00 , 44,50 y. g. qovernnient Peposilg Cashier's, Chcgl^ 'i'9t§l Mwunt «l «U S

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