Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 18, 1952 · Page 21
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 21

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 18, 1952
Page 21
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NOtfTMWtST AIKANSAS TIMIS, foyvffevfti, ArfcttrtM* Frkkry, AprH II, If52 , -1M i v The First National Bank Has A Branch Office RIGHT HERE ON YOUR FARM.... WHEN YOU USE OUR Bank-By-Mail PLAN Quick Safe Have you ever been faced with the need to deposit or withdraw funds from your account but are too busy on your farm? If so, we strongly suggest you take advantage of our convenient banking-by-mail facilities. All of the services which the bank offers you in person may also be had through the mail. It enables you to care for your account any hour of the day, any day of the week. Come, call or write for complete information. JOHN I. SMITH Fint National Bank Farm Representative "Let's Talk Over Your Farm Plans" The First National Bank, in its agricultural work, promotes all movements which it reels is a stimulant to better rural income, better standards of living for rural people, and better relations between rural and urban people, More specifically, the banker is interested in the immediate problems of better year- round pastures, better dairy and beef cattle, more soil restoration and conservation, and j er u Qn ' ma ' ° ncl P ' ant disease control. The needs of all farmers, the large livestock rancher and the small diversified poultry, fruit, truck and berry farmers, alike, receive sympathetic attention. The bank supports the programs and recommendations of the University of Arkansas Extension Service, the Soil Conservation Service, and the Production and Marketing Administration. It supports fully all educational and youth training movements -- the Veterans training, the 4-H, and the high school vocational agricultural programs. We invite all farmers and farm organizations to consult with us when help is needed. As I Near As Your Own Moil Box! If You Lire in Town . . . There's a Teller's Window on Every Other Corner. Wherever there is a letter box, you will find complete banking facilities at your every beck and call -- for any service which we offer vou in person, may now be had through the mail. FIRST NATIONAL BANK FAIETJEV1LLE, ARKANSAS

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