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R E P O R T OF \  THE  BANK COMMISSIONER OF ARKANSAS  1947  THOMAS W. LEGGETT State Bank Commissioner   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  \ !   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  THIRTY-THIRD REPORT OF THE  BANK COMMISSIONER OF THE  STATE OF ARKANSAS  FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 3©, 1147   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  THOMAS W. LEGGETT Slate Bank Commissioner   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  STATE OF ARKANSAS OFFICE OF STATE BANK DEPARTMENT LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS June 30, 1947 To Hi," Excellency, Ben Damn governor o f Arkansas: In compliance with the provisions of Section 704 of Pope’s Digest, I have tin? privilege of submitting herewith the ThirtyThird Report of the State Bank Commissioner of Arkansas, fo r the year beginning July 1, 1946 and ending June 30, 1947. The report covers the condition of the state banks and trust companies, state building and loan associations, industrial banks, credit unions, a combined statement of i he burial associations and a compiled list of the same, together with other factual data. Total assets of the state banks were $367,934,679,96. compared witti $374,471,566.98 on June 30, 1946. There was some decrease in deposits as reported for the previous year, this being due to the withdrawal of war loan deposits from our banks as the United States Government used lands represented by war loan deposits to retire a portion of the national debt. Eliminating the war loan deposit•< Thorn the total, deposits of the state banks have actually increased from June 3b, 1946 to June 30, 1947 in the amount of $3,139,212.15.  Tela* loans amount to $70,352,530,42, an increase of $20,423,918.83 o\ er a year age, This is evidence o f the banks’ willingness to extern! credit to the business and agricultural activities of our state. Examination reports reflect that our banks are in strong position. Liquidity in cash and Government securities should qual­ ify them to meed any reasonable demand for sound loans, main­ taining at all times maximum protection to their depositors. It is the policy of thw Department to serve constructively and efficiently the banks under our supervision; to maintain our state banking system strong, well managed, operating for the benefit o f ilw communities in which they are situated, for the safety of the depositors and for the stockholders whose investment makes pos­ sible the operation and maintenance of banking facilities. I wish to take this opportunity of extending my very kind appreciation fo r your courtesy and cooperation. I also want to ex­ press my thanks to th e Members of the State Banking Board for th e faithful manner i?i which they have so well served.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Respectfully submitted, THOMAS W. LEGGETT, State Bank Commissioner.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  TABLE OF CONTENTS  Legal H o lid a y s -- __--------- .-- __------------- ,------ ---------------------------------- ----------------6 Departmental Roster _____ _____ _______ _ — -------—-------------------- — --------— .— 7 Commissioners of State Bank Department --------------------— -------------------------- 8 Receipts and Disbursements _______________________ ______ _— -------------------------- -8 Comparative Abstract showing condition of State Banks and Trust Companies as of June 30, 1947 and June 29, 1946 — _— .— — — -------- 9 Comparative Abstract showing condition of State and National Banks as of December 31, for years 1946-1942 --------------------------------------- 10 Comparative statement of condition of State Banks and Trust Com­ panies for the past Thirty-Three Y e a r s _________— ---------------------------------- 11 Consolidated report of Earnings and Dividends of State Banks and Trust Companies for the Twelve months ending December 31, 1946— ------12 Banking Facilities by Counties including State and National Banks, Teller’s Windows and Cooperative Exchanges — ---------— — -------- 13-14 National Banks in Arkansas _____________________.____________ ____ _— ---------- 15 Members of Federal Reserve S y ste m ------------- --------------------------------------------------16 Commercial Banks Non-Members of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation _________ 16 Trust Companies not engaged in Commercial Banking and NonMembers of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation -------- ----------------------- 16 State Banks operating Teller’s Windows _____________________________ _______17 National Banks operating Teller’s Windows _______ _______________ _— --------17 New Banks Chartered______ ____________________________________ _____ _________ 17 Amendments Altering Capital Structure_____ ,________.__________ __________ 17-18 Amendments changing number of D irectors_________________________ ________18 Amendments Authorizing the purchase of assets and assumption of Liabilities of other B a n k s _________________________________ 18 Amendments Authorizing the sale of assets to other B a n k s ________________18 Banks Voluntarily Liquidated ___ ______________________________ - _______________ 18 Banks establishing Teller’s Windows _______ __________________ ____ .____________ 19 Banks closing Teller’s W in d o w s____________ __________ _____________ _________19 Banks changing Corporate T i t l e _________________________________ 19 Banks retiring Preferred S to c k ______________________,_________________________ 19 Individual statement of condition of all State Banks and Trust Com­ panies as of June 30, 1947 _____ ,________________________________________20-107  BUILDING AND LOAN AND SECURITIES DIVISION < ombined and individual statement of condition of Building and L<>an Associations as of December 31, 1946 _______________________ 111-115 Lm: of Voluntarily Liquidating State Chartered Building and Loan Associations _ ____ 116 < ombined and individual statement of condition of Industrial Loan Institutions operating under Act 111 of 1941 as of June 30, 1947____ 118-120 Combined and individual statement of condition of Industrial Loan Institutions operating under Act 135 of 1937 as of June 30, 1947____ 121-131 t 'ombined and individual statement of condition of Credit Unions a:> of December 31, 1946 _____________________________________________132-137 Qualified Stock Exchanges ________________________________________________ 138 Dealers authorized to sell qualified or exempt Securities as of June 30, 3947 . _ _____ . ___________________________________________ ______ 139 issuing Companies authorized to sell Securities as of June 30, 1947_____ 140-143 »’ombined operating statement of Burial Associations for Twelve month period ending June 30, 1947 _____________________________________ 144 Burial Associations authorized to sell membersbin certificates as of June 30, 1947 _______________________________________________________ 145-147 Combined and individual statement of condition of Cooperative Ex­ changes as of June 30, 1947 ____________________________ ______________148-152   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  6  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  LEGAL HOLIDAYS New Year’s Day  January 1.  Robert E. Lee’s Birthday  January 13.  George Washington’s Birthday-- --February 22, Memorial Day  May 30.  Independence Day  July 4.  Labor Day  First Monday in September.  Armistice Day  . November 11.  Thanksgiving Day  .  Fourth Thursday in November.  Christmas Day  .  December 25.  All Biennial Statewide Primary and General Election Days All Bills of'Exchange, Drafts or Prommisory Notes, which shall become payable on a legal holiday shall be payable on the day next succeeding such holiday. In case any legal holiday which falls on Sunday, the next succeeding Monday shall be a legal holiday in its stead.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  1  Thirty-Third Report  DEPARTMENTAL ROSTER State Bank Commissioner Assistant Bank Commissioner Assistant Bank Commissioner a- charge Building and Loan and Securities Division  Thomas W. Leggett Theo P. Carson •Tolln L, Carter  BANK EXAMINERS Albert Sims  F, C, Rayburn J. A. Welty ASSISTANT EXAMINERS  John D, Rather  L), S, Patterson  BUILDING AND LOAN AND SECURITIES EXAM INER  G, C. Mangum SECRETARY TO BANK COMMISSIONER Audrey Arnn CLERKS AND STENOGRAPHERS Helen James  Vivian Martin  Nora S, Powers  'STATE BANKING BOARD B. A. Lynch, Chairman Howard East Louis E. Hurley C. E. Crossland _ _ _ Richard T, Steel   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Blytheville Camden El Dorado Little Rock Conway  8  State of Arkansas: Bank Department COMMISSIONERS OF STATE BANK D E P A R T M E N T STATE OF A RK AN SA S  No.  1 2 3 4 5  3 7 8 3  Name John M. Davis_____ A. J. Reap________ W. T. Maxwell_____ Charles McKee____ Loid Rainwater____ W alter E. Taylor_ _ Marion Wasson____ Grover S. Jernigam Thomas W. Leggett  Date o f appointment  Date service ended  -March <5. 1913________ October 3, 1918 .October 3. 1018_______ March 22, 1919  ..March 22, 1919_______ September 1, 1921 .September 1, 1921____ July 28, 1925 .July 28. 1925_________ February 8, 1927 .February 8, 1927____ January 10, 1933 .January 10, 1933_____ January 12, 1937 .January 12, 1937_____January 14, 1941 -January 14, 1941_____  The following is a statement showing the receipts and disbursements of the State Bank Department from July 1, 1946 to June 30, 1947: RECEIPTS Cash balance with State Treasurer June 30, 1946___________________$44,934.40 Examination and assessment fees Bank Department____$27,584,34 820.00 Charter and amendment fees Bank Department________ Miscellaneous fees Bank Department__________________ 24.75 Examination and assessment fees Building & Loan Division _ _________________________________________ 1,533.35 Miscellaneous fees Securities Division__________________ 16,898.79 $46,861.23 $91,795.63  DISBU RSEM EN TS Salary of Bank Commissioner__________________________ $ Salary of Assistant Bank Commissioner________________ Salary of Assistant Commissioner Securities Division_ Salaries o f Bank Examiners___________________________ _ Salaries of Assistant Bank Examiners_____________ .____ Salaries of Office Force_______________________________ _  5,000.00 4,200.00 3,600.00 9,000.00  Travel E x p e n se ______ __________ ___ _____________________ _ Maintenance _ _______________ ___ ____ ____ _____ ______ _____ Printing Annual Report_____ ______ ____________________ _ Charges by State Treasurer___________ _____ ____ ______ __  7,816.36 5,562.30 973.12 1,627.73  Cash balance with State Treasurer June 30, 1947   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  7,155.00  5,760.00  $50,694.51 $41,101.12 $91,795.63  C O M P AR AT IV E  \ MSTIi A< 'T SHOW INC THK CONDITION OK ST A T E BA NKf1 AND TR U ST n o i l ' \ NILS Ob' ARK ANSAS AS OK ,111X K ;;o. 1947 AND J I ' N K AD, 1916  June JO, 1017 170  Number i>f banks report ing  1tu-rease 1  J une29, 1940 169  Ih*< i ease  R E SO U R C E S:  f 102,647,776.3 i 170.81K,771.SK 21,050,181.71 70,403,,184.21 1,34.1,059.10 88,110.40 701,815.27  7 1 10,875,092.4 i 187,100,470.14 19,029,274.51 49,973,309.14 1,172,985.14 63,282.72 438,592.94  TO TAL RESODROES  8107,914.879,00,  $374,451,560,9s  $262,099,173.97 38,238,158.41 1,515,196.37 31,450,239.61 10,829,752.50  $262,784,965.1,3 36.019,024.12 15,695.01 1.56 28,861,498.50 11,832,682.76  $148,132,520.90  $355,193,182.57  387,420.72  349,484.32  L IA B IL IT IE S : Demand deposits Savings and time depositsU. S, Government deposits Public funds - Deposits of banks  ___  TOTAL DEPOSITS Other Liabilities  ■ 1 1.02,7 ,9 16.imi 16,281,698.26 2,923,907. IK 20.430,055.07 176,694.02 2,847.74 265,222.33 :n  <Net t *' $  0,5 16,887,93 685,791.36  2,219,134.01 12,179,815.19 2.588,741.13 1,002,930,20 $  ( Net)  $  9,(160,601.6.7  37,936.40  C AP ITA L A C C O T N TS:  Capital stock ___ _ _ Surplus Undivided profits and reserves  T O TA L C A P IT A L ACCOUNTS TOTAI l i a b i l i t i e s \\: d C A P IT A L ACCOUNTS - .......................  $  8,483,500.00 0.*Uf>,4U0, on 8,125,837.44  $  7,818,500.00 5,715,200,00 5,375,200,09  $ 21,414,717.44  $ 18,908,900.09  -$307,934,079.00  $374,451,508.98  Percentages:  Capital accounts to deposits____ __ ____ _ 8.18 Cash and U. S. Government securities to deposits_________ __ _ ________ 78.71 Loans and discounts to deposits _____________20.35  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  5.33 86.13 14.08  $  865,000.00 1,090,200.00 750,037.35  $  $ $  ( Nett $  0 ,5 16,881.92  Thirfti-Thir'l Report  Cash and due from banks U. S. (Government obligations Other bonds and securities Loans and discounts Ranking house, furniture and fixtures Other real estate Other resources -.  o  C O M P A R A T IV E A B S T R A C T SHOWING CONDITION OF S T A T E A N D N A T IO N A L B AN K S OF A R K A N S A S AS OF DECEM BER 31, 1946-1942 219 1946  215 1945  213 1944  211 1943  215 1942  R ESO U RC ES: $263,804,000 379,312,000 56,317,000 125,931,000 3,122,000 134,000 702,000  $267,053,000 388,531,000 43,719,000 102,261,000 2,880,000 159,000 884,000  $232,953,000 309,092,000 33,615,000 86,227,000 2,921,000 208,000 715,000  $192,985,000 206,185,000 34,269,000 78,199,000 2,951,000 290,000 860,000  $202,275,000 127,461,000 3 4,519,000 68,681,000 2 .9 7 7 ,Ago 415,000 771,000  TO TAL RESOU RCES _______________ L IA B IL IT IE S ; Capital stock _ _ _ .. Surplus . . _ . . . . . . . Undivided profits and reserves. __ Deposits . __ ____ Other liabilities _________ __ ....  $829,322,000  $805,487,000  $655,731,000  $515,739,000  $437,099,000  ? 15,014,000  16,074,000 11,145,000 786,115,000 974,000  $ 14,037,000 13,577,000 8,812,000 768,348,000 713,000  $ 13,682,000 11,440,000 8,272,000 631,710,000 627,000  $ 13,512,000 9,870,000 7,249,000 484,327,000 781,000  $ 13,395,000 9,071,000 (>,491,000 107,2.35,000 807,000  TO TAL L IA B IL IT IE S .. ______  $829,322,000  $805,487,000  $655,731,000  $515,739,000  3437,099,000  Cash and due from banks U. S, Government obligations_ ____ _ Other bonds and securities_____  Loans and discounts. . ___ _ _ _ Banking house, furniture and fixtures Other real estate Other resources __ _ .   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State of Arkansas: Bank Dt part ok nt  Number o f banks   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Thirty-Third Report  C O M P A R A T IV E STATEM E N T OF CONDITION OF ST A UK BANKS A N l ) TRI S'l COM PAN IES FOR PAST T H IR T Y -T H R E E Y E A R S Total Capital IF S. (iov ’t Borrowed Loans and Number .St ruetrne Bonds llfsou ret' Fash Discounts Money Banks Deposits D ate 7.000 ' 19 J 88,800 v 02Y.25.500 K8,0Oo 8 397 $ 39,523,900 8 13,583,000 8 3,778.300 June 23, 191 f». 18,721,700 2,000 70,989,100 17,158,800 2,088,200 45.877,800 50,107,100 387 June 30, 1916____ 19,724,300 94,005,806 i, 029,60ii 26.167,800 3,023,800 72,480,300 56,871,400 389 June 20, 19177.832,500 28.321,400 20,898.400 118,818,000 78,279,700 7.823,100 90,194,100 389 June 29, 1918 1 15.1X1,000 12,295,800 21,441,000 3,0,106.900 14,3.88,600 93,519,700 109,447,800 380 June 30, 1919 ”>0.754,8(H) 24,582,100 9,880.800 184,1 16,700 29,775,800 133,256,200 129.669,700 404 June JO, 1920 _ 25.680,400 187,210,3.00 25,474,800 6.658,000 27.416,000 113,064,400 104,393,000 100 June 30, 1921 145,697.700 27,074.700 3,558,000 25,270,906 14,857,200 106,276,400 101,031,600 402 June 30, 1922 8 4,088,000 162,928,400 6,626,900 25,842.200 9,689,800 109,443,400 403 128,580,700 June 30, 1923 - 85,770,860 ! 619)46,800 'OO.OJJHln 28,651,00e 14,237,400 114,950,900 123,305,300 197 June 30, 1924. 25.186,900 84,129,800 4,720,100 171,848,400 117,669,200 18.,403,100 390 136,552,900 June 30, 1925................ 4.401,000 179,174,100 35,902,800 25,374,100 18,078,300 123,464,400 142.107,300 394 June 30. 1920 85,890,100 2 4,424,800 167,869,800 1,426,700 8,011,600 112,051,800 370 134,788,700 June 30, 1927 6,048,500 23,484,400 167,013,100 7.120,500 38,484,400 109.167,900 135,849,800 358 June 30, 1928. 8,403,100 170,668,000 32.607,700 23,598,100 8,333,200 109,438,700 U' 137,636,800 June 29, 1929 168,858,500 80,886,200 4,892,500 28,169,300 12,018,900 111.542,200 131,936,800 329 June 30, 1930 1 14,721,200 26,347,000 4,101,500 17,551,500 3.356,600 67,063,800 92,097,800 205 June 30, 1931 6,061,500 85,708.100 14,937,100 20,014,800 7,676,700 46,374,800 62,043,400 223 June 30. 1932 67,506,400 19,530,100 12,398,500 6,946,200 6,798,200 29,925,600 47,335,000 202 June 30, 1933.._ _ 57.123,900 12.047,800 7,155,500 18,594,709 8,515,800 23,434,300 41,756,400 189 June 30, 1934 . ---9,206,600 20,827,800 62,770,700 11,698.400 820,500 25,039,400 June 29. 1935 50,646,500 180 11.769,900 71,508,200 11,254,400 29,198,000 59.441,000 J48,800 22,088,500 178 June 30. 1930 12,059,800 78,43,2,900 28,661,800 12,197,200 24,965,600 283,500 66,036,600 170 June 30, 1937 10,842,300 12,084,800 26,501,600 79,01 (>.200 29,138,400 88,100 66,771,000 171 June 30, 1938..........._ . 9,198,600 12,280,700 85,961,400 206,100 27,761,400 73,397,300 36,443,100 107 June 30, 1939 2,4,852,000 92,002,700 72,300 10,664,100 12,567,100 32,496,900 79,079,100 109 June 29, 1940 12,805,500 107,93.6,900 16,087.100 12,705,800 75,100 33,420,100 94,733,000 100 June 30, 1941 ___ 75,998,000 21,428,800 13..816,600 56,700 142,710,700 30,666,(500 128,975,900 1<50 June 30. 1942 71,252,800 18,904,500 88,42 1,600 204,192.600 82,,700 190,153,500 30,497,300 101 June 30, 1943. . 242,132,900 97,906,100 87,156,400 15,076,800 226,832,800 81,700 12,121,000 161 J une 30. 1944 319,689,500 16,624,500 115,746,100 187,559,700 50,282,600 106,700 302,720,500 103 June 30, 1945 1) 1,416,100 187,100,000 371,451,600 19,928,600 131,700 18,908,900 June 29 1940 3.55,193,200 109 21,414,700 1 16,700 70,103.4(H) 102,647.800 170,818,800 867,934,700 346,12.2,500 170 .lime 30, 11*47  12  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF EARNIN GS AND DIVID EN DS OF STATE BANKS A N D TRU ST COM PANIES FOR THE T W E L V E MONTHS ENDING DECEM BER 31, 1946 E AR N IN G S; Interest and discount on loans_______________ $2,941,668.68 Interest and dividends on securities_________ 2,833,169.34 Service charges, exchange charges, etc_______ 2,188,848.34 Other operating earnings ___________________ 228,829.80 Total earnings from operations_________  $8,192,516.66  EXPEN SES: Salaries, wages and directors’ fees__________ .$2,520,563.99 Interest paid — ------ — _________ _________— — 311,791.57 Taxes other than on income__________________ 211,171.69 Taxes on in com e--------------- -----------------------------563,583.94 Other current expen ses____ ___________________ 1,588,955.46 Total current exp en ses___________________  $5,196,066.65  Net operating ea rn in gs___________________  $2,996,449.51  RECOVER IES A N D P R O FITS: Recoveries and profits on securities sold_____ $ 207,494.98 Recoveries on loans ___ __________________ _____ 139,838.58 Other recoveries ______________ _____ ___ ___ ___ 219,207.38 T o t a l__________________ ____________________  8 566,540.94 83,562,990.45  LOSSES CHARGED O F F : On secu rities______ _____________________ ______ $ On loans _______________________________________ All o th e r s _____ _________ _________________ ____ Net profits before  177,540.92 149,196.86 158,548.26  dividends________  $ 485,286.04 $3,077,704.41  D IV ID E N D S: Cash dividends on common stock.'____________ $ 552,374.16 On preferred s to c k _________________ _— ,— 30,489.45 Net profits after  dividends____________  $ 582,863.61 $2,494,840.80  OTH ER IN C R E A SE S IN C AP ITA L A C C O U N T S: New common stock sold___________ ____________ $ 285,000.00 Premium on common stock sold______ _________ 118,000.00 T O T A L ________  $ 403,000.00 $2,897,840.80  OTHER D E C R E ASE S IN C AP ITA L A C C O U N TS: Preferred stock r e tir e d ______ _______— ---------$  N E T A D D ITIO N TO C AP ITA L A CCOUNTS FOR 1946  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  23,100.00 $2,874,740.80  13  Thirty-Third Report BANKING F A C ILITIES BY COUNTIES INCLUDING STATE A N D N A TIO N AL BANKS, T E L L E R ’S W IN DOW S AND COOPERATIVE EXCHANGES  County  Population  Arkansas Ashley _ B axter. . Benton Boone Bradley _ _ Calhoun Carroll Chicot  . _ — ...  - -  . __ Clark__________ - . —  Cleburne.ClevelandColumbia, Conway. _ Craighead C raw ford. Crittenden  State Banks  _ _ ..  _ . .  .  _  Cross______  Dallas Desha ____ Drew _ Faulkner. _ Franklin--...  .  .  .. .  -  Fulton .... . _ .___ Garland _ Grant _ _ Greene Hempstead- _ Hot Spring ... .. _ Howard ___ _ Independence _ ___ Izard ___ Jackson Jefferson._ Johnson ... ... Lafayette - Lawrence..... . . Lee _.... .. Lincoln ____ Little River ___  Logan Lonoke _ Madison Marion __ Miller _  . __ . _ . _ . _  Mississippi_____ Monroe __ - — Montgomery _ . Nevada Newton ____ Ouachita. ... _ Perry . .. . . _ Phillips . _ . _ . Pike _____ -   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  2 6 1 4 2 2 1 . 1  24,437 26,785 10,281 36,148 15,860 18,097 9,636 14,737 27,452 24,402 28,386 13,134 12,570 29,822 21,536 47,200 23.920 42,473 26,046 14,471 27,160 19,831 15,683 10,253 41,664 10,477 30,204 32,770 18,916  16,621 25,643  12,834  16,851. 22,651 26,810 19,709  2  1  1  1  Coopera­ tive ExChanges  1 2  4 3 2 2 3 1 4 4 3 3 2 2 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 1  2  3 i i i  i i i  •  15,932 25,967 29,802 14,531 9,464 31,874 ' 80,217 21,133 8,876 19,869 10,881 31,151 8,392 45,970 11,786  Teller’s Windows  3  25,880  26,427 65,101 18,795  National Banks  2 6 2 1 4 3 1 1 1 4 1 2 3  1 1 1  1 1  1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1  1  2  1  1  2 i  i i  1 1  i i i  3  2  1 i 2  1  14  State of Arkansas: Bank Department B AN K IN G FA C IL IT IE S BY COUNTIES INCLUDING ST A T E A N D N A T IO N A L BANKS, T E L L E R ’S W IN DOW S AN D CO­ O PE R A TIV E E XCH AN G ES— Continued State Population  County  Poinsett Polk__ Pope  P rairie.  37,670 15,832 25,682  ____  _  Pulaski ___ Randolph __ St. Francis. Saline Scott . Searcy Sebastian _ Sevier Sharp  _ .  Stone U nion Van Buren_______ _ Washington White  W oodruff Y ell_________   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  15,304 156,085 18,319 36,043 19,163 13,300 1.1,942 62,809 15,248 11,497 8,603 50,461 12,518  Banks 5 1 5 2  3 2 2 1 1 1  4 2 4 1 4 1  41,114  5  37,176 22,133 20,970  7 2 4  1,949,387  170  National Banks  Teller’s Windows  Coopera­ tive ExChanges 1  1 O  1  2 1 O tJ 1  1 1  2 2  50  2 1 1  1  19  11  15  Thirty-Third Report ,\ ATION AI  Nairn  BAN K S IN A R K A N SA S  Location  County  ____Arkadelphia_____ __ Clark Citizens National Bank. First National Bank - . _ — ------ Ashdown___________Little River First National Bank -_ ____ Batesville______ ____ Independence First National Bank . ____ Berryville__________ Carroll ____ Blytheville_________ Mississippi First National Bank Citizens National Bank. ______ Camden____________ Ouachita Farmers National Bank- __ __ _____ Clarksville_________ Johnson fir s t National Bank .. _____ Conway____ _______ Faulkner First National Bank __ _________DeQueen___________ Sevier - ____ DeW itt_____________Arkansas First National Bard; First National Bank ._ - ____ El Dorado__________ Union National Bank o f ( ’o m m m r _______ El Dorado__________ Union ____ Fayetteville________ Washington First National Bank First National Bank_ .________ Fordyce____________ Dallas National Bank o f Eastern Arkansas____Forrest City______ St. Francis _ -------- Fort Smith_________ Sebastian n t y National Bank First National Bank . . . _____Fort Smith_________Sebastian Merchan»> National Rant _ _ . ____Fort Smith______ _Sebastian First National Rank .. ---------- Green Forest______ Carroll First National Bank -------------Gurdon____________ Clark Arkansas National Bank __— Heber Springes______ Cleburne Helena National Bank . ____ Helena______ '______ Phillips Phillips National Bank . - - . ------ Helena_____________ Phillips Citizens National Rank- _ ____ Hope_______________ Hempstead First National Ban!; - ------- Hope_______________ Hempstead Arkansas National Bank ---------- Hot Springs________ Garland _ -------Hughes____________ St. Francis Planter-. National Ban! F iirt National Bank _ - . -------- Huntsville__________Madison First National Bank __ ____ Lewisville______ ____ Lafayette _________ Little Rock_________ Pulaski ( om m em al National Bank Peoples National Bank . ------------- Little Rock_________ Pulaski \ nion National Bank ---------Little Rock_________ Pulaski First National Bank . - ------ Magnolia___________Columbia Malvern National Bank. . . ------ Malvern____________Hot Spring First National Bank. . ------ Marianna__ ________ Lee Planters National Bant. ___ Mena_______________ Polk FitM Nat’unal Bank ------ Nashville___________Howard First National Bank ____ Newport___________ Jackson National Rank o f Commerce - _____Paragould__________Greene Now First National Bank ____Paragould__________Greene First National Bank .. . ____ Paris_______________Logan National Bank of Bommeree ____ Pine B lu ff_________ Jefferson Simmon.' National Bank _ _____Pine B lu ff_________ Jefferson American National Bank. . ___ ____ Rogers___________ --.Benton First National Bank. . ---------Springdale_________ Washington Peoples National Bank-------------- Stuttgart__________ Arkansas State National Bank . __ _______ T exarkana.________ Miller First National Bank ____ Tuckerman_________Jackson First National Bank of I a v riv ce Co___ Walnut Ridge______ Lawrence First National Ban! . . . ____ Wynne_____________ Cross   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  16  State of Arkansas: Bank Department M EM BERS OF F E D E R A L R E SER V E SYSTEM  Capital and Date o f Admission Name o f Bank and Location Surplus April 21,1941______ Elk Horn Bank & Trust Company___________ $ 150,000.00 Arkadelphia August 23,1918____ Farmers Bank & Trust Company___________ 300,000.00 Blytheville May 10,1944_______Bank o f Brinkley____________________________ 100,000.00 Brinkley 150,000.00 April 28, 1941______The Merchants & Planters Bank_____ _______ Camden September 11, 1942_.The Exchange Bank & Trust Company______ 200,000.00 El Dorado January 7,1944____ M cllroy B a n k ________________________________ 200,000.00 Fayetteville September 2 2 ,1933~.Fordyce Bank & Trust Company___________ 100,000.00 Fordyce September 2 5 ,1942_.Arkansas Trust Company. f__________________ 400,000.00 Hot Springs July 26,1945______ Peoples Bank & Loan Company___ __________ 60,000.00 Lewisville March 20,1919_____Worthen Bank and Trust Company__________ 1,700,000.00 Little Rock September 2 0 ,1944_.Farmers & Merchants Bank________ __________ 75,000.00 Marianna July 21,1920-______The Bank of Russellville____________________ 120,000.00 Russellville August 23,1923____Peoples Exchange Bank_____________ 120,000.00 Russellville June 9,1942_________ Grant County Bank______________ 50,000.00 Sheridan April 11, 1944______Smackover State Bank_______________________ 50,000.00 Smaekover May 20,1921_______Bank o f W aldron____________________________ 85,000.00 Waldron COMMERCIAL BAN K S— NON MEM BERS F E D E R A L DEPOSIT INSU RANCE CORPORATION N ame • Location Farmers & Merchants Bank_______ _______________ __Des Arc Portland Bank _____ _______________________________ Portland Bank of Sidney_______________________________________ ___Sidney TR U ST COM PANIES NOT EN G AGED IN COM M ERCIAL B A N K IN G A N D NON MEMBERS FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Name Location Arkansas Valley Trust Company_________________ Fort Smith Guaranty Loan & Trust Company_________________ — Helena Metropolitan Trust Company.___..._______ _______ Little Rock   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Thirty-Third Report  17  STATE BANKS OPERATING T E L L E R ’S W INDOW S  Location Name of Bank -B ald Knob Citizens State Bank . Benton Benton State Bank. __ DeWitt Bank & Trust ( ompanv- 1)eW it? Planter* Bank & Trust Company - Forrest City Planters Bank & Trust Company - Foi rest City -Greenwood Farmer? Bank . McGehee McGehee Bank _ _ Monette State Bank. _ . Monette Mississippi County BankOsceola Mississippi County Bank. . . - <isceola The Secui it v Bank & Trust ( '<>. - Paragould . __ . Plainview First State B a n k .__ _ Bank of Prescott-. . Prescott Searcy The Searr\ Bank-Siloam Springs Bratt-Wasson B ank-.. _ . .. . Tuckerman Bank of Tuckerman__ Merchants & Planters Bank-Warren Bank of W ilson. . ..... .............. Wilson  Location Teller’s Window Bradford Bauxite Gillett Cotton Plant De Vails B luff Hartford Arkansas City  Caraway Joiner Luxora Marmaduke  Ola Emmet  County White Saline Arkansas W oodruff Prairie Sebastian  Desha Craighead Mississippi Mississippi Greene Yell Nevada  Pangburn  Gentry Swifton Hermitage Reiser  White Benton Jackson Bradley Mississippi  N ATIO N AL BANKS OPERATING T E L L E R ’S W INDOW S State National BanL.  ___ T e x a r k a n a - ___ Foreman__ ____ Little River NEW BANKS CHARTERED July . 1'.*40 t>; June 30. 1947  Name, t vratieu a,A Date Capital Clinton State Bank, Clinton, Van Buren County. October 10, 1940 _. . _ - . . . __ _ ____ $50,000 Earle State Bank. Earle, Crittenden County, A n d 2 t, I947 __ . . . - _____ ____ 70,000  Surplus  Charter N umber  $10,000  695  15,000  896  AM EN DM ENTS A LTERIN G CAPITAL STRUCTURE Juh L 1940 to June Jo, ]947 Denuort State Bailk. Dermott, im reared capital stock from fL'o.OOO.oii to $50,000.00 i>y the declaration of a 100'/ stock dividend. Bank of Dover, Dover, increase «ommon capital stock from '•‘23,900.pit to $25,000.00 by the declaration of a $2,000.ou common stock dividend, and retired all o f Class “ A ” preferred stork held by the Reconstruction Finance Corpora­ tion amounting to $4,500.o0. leaving the capital stock at $25,000.00 all o f which !s common stock. Worthen Bank & Trust Company, Little Rock, retired all of Class “A ” preferred stock amounting to $270,000.00, owned by the Reconstruction F i­ nance Corporation; also retired all of Class “ B” preferred stock amounting to $250,000.00, owned by individuals; increased common capital from $125,000.00 to $500,000.00 by the sale of $375,000,00 new common stock; then, declared a 100G common stock dividend leaving the capital at $1,000,000.00 all of which is common stock. Marked Tree Bank, Marked Tree, increased capital stock from $25,000,00 to $50,000.00 by the declaration o f a 100'; stock dividend. The Twin City Bank, North Little Rock, increased capital stock from $100,000.00 to $150,000.00 by the declaration o f a 50G stock dividend. Mississippi County Bank, Osceola, increased capital stock from $100,000.00 to $175,000.00 by the sale of $75,000.00 par value of new stock.  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  18  State of Arkansas; Bank Department  Bank o f Pea Ridge, Pea Ridge, increased capital stock from $15,000.00 to $25,000.00 by the declaration o f a 86 2 /3 % stock dividend. Bank o f Prescott, Prescott, retired all o f Class “ A ” preferred stock amounting to $60,000.00 owned by the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, and increased common stock from $37,500.00 to $75,000.00 by the sale o f $37,500.00 par value o f new common stock, leaving the capital at $75,000.00 all o f which is common stock. Bratt-Wasson Bank, Siloam Springs, retired ail o f Class “ A ” preferred stock amounting to $13,800.00 owned by the Reconstruction Finance Corpora­ tion, and the common capital increased from $28,200.00 to $40,000.00 by the sale o f $13,800.00 par value new common stock, and further increased by the declaration o f a $35,000.00 stock dividend, leaving the capital at $75,000.00 all o f which is common stock. AM EN DM EN TS CHANGING NUM BER OF DIRECTORS July 1, 1946 to June 30, 1947 Name of Bank Citizens Bank _ _ _ _ Commercial Bank ___ Mercantile Bank________ _ ____ Farmers Bank & Trust Company Farmers & Merchants Bank _ _ Mississippi County Bank  Location Booneville  .  Harrison JonesboroMagnolia  From - -.3 to 5 _ .3 to 7 8  14  5 to 9 .Marianna _ . Osceola ,___3 to 7  To 3 to 7  3 to 9 7 to 7 to 3 to  11 11 11 9  AM EN DM EN TS A U TH ORIZIN G THE PURCHASE OF A SSE TS AND ASSU M PTION OF L IA B IL IT IE S OF OTHER BANKS July 1, 1948 to June 30, 1947 The Merchants & Planters Bank, Newport, amended Articles o f Incorpora­ tion to provide for the purchase o f all or a part o f the assets and the assump­ tion o f the deposit liability of the Bank o f Tupelo, Tupelo. Clinton State Bank, Clinton, amended Articles of Incorporation to provide for the purchase o f certain assets of The Cleburne County Bank, Heber Springs, and the assumption o f its deposit liability carried at the Clinton Tel­ ler’s Window o f The Cleburne County Bank. AM EN DM ENTS A U TH O R IZIN G THE SALE OF ASSE TS TO OTHER BANKS July 1, 1948 to June 30, 1947 The Bank of Tupelo, Tupelo, amended Articles o f Incorporation to provide for the sale of all or a part of its assets to the Merchants & Planters Bank, Newport. The Cleburne County Bank, Heber Springs, amended Articles o f Incor­ poration to provide fo r the sale o f certain assets to the Clinton State Bank, Clinton, upon its assumption o f the deposit liability o f the Clinton Teller’s Window o f the bank. BANKS V O L U N T A R IL Y LIQ U ID A TED July 1, 1948 to June 30, 1947 Name Location Date Bank o f Tupelo-___________________ Tupelo------ ----------_------ August 6,1946   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  19  Thirty-Third Report BANKS E STABLISH IN G T E L L E R ’ S W INDOW S July 1, 1948 to June 30, 1947  Location of Teller’s Window Date ___ Wilson_______ Keiser____________ ____ November 7,1946  Name Bank of Wilson  Location  BANKS CLOSING T E L L E R ’S W INDOW S July 1, 1948 to June 30, 1947 Location of Name Location Teller’s Window Date The Cleburne County Bank_Heber Springs W linton .December 31,1946 BANKS CHANGING CORPORATE TITLE July 1, 1948 to June 30, 1947 W. B. Worthen Company, Little Rock, to Worthen Bank and Trust Com­ pany, Little Rock. BANKS WHICH HAVE R ETIR ED PRE F E R R E D STOCK July 1, 1948 to June 30, 1947 Name Location Bank of Dover_. . . . ____ _________ .___ Dover _________ Bank of Kensett_________ _ ______ Kensett ______ _ Worthen Bank & Trust Company ________ Little Rock ____ The Union Bank of Mena. _ ----------------------Mena _________ Bank of Prescott____ . The Bank of Rector . Pratt-Wasson Bank . . . __   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  _______________ Prescott___ ____  -------------------R ector____ ____ _____________ Siloam Springs  Amount 6,500.00 3.500.00 520,000.00 8.600.00 60,000.00 10, 000.00 13,800.00  i  $622,400.00  20  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THIRTY-THIRD REPORT of  STATEMENTS OF ARKANSAS BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES A S SHOWN BY THE CALL OF JUNE 30, 1947  Cities and Towns Alphabetically Arranged by Postoffices Population shown is that given by the 10th census of the United States 1940 COMMERCIAL BANK A T ALM A, ALM A Population, 774.  Crawford County  Chartered January 11, 1910. Officers W. E. Byars________________ President J. Fred Alexander___ Vice President Reves L. Bolling-______________Cashier Margaret Adams______ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-272  Directors J. Fred Alexander W. H. Cole JReves I.. Bolling T. H. Kihler E. Bradley C. R. Starhird W. E. Byars  STATEM ENT OF JUNE 30, 1947 Resources Loans and Discounts____$ 168,084.37 U, S. Gov’t obligations-_ 587,897,06 Other bonds and securities 30,000.00 Furniture and fix tu re s-543.66 Banking house_________ 600.00 Cash and due from banks 376,902.94  T o t a l ________________ $1,164,028.03   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities Capital sto c k ___________ $ 25,000,00 Surplus f u n d ___________ 20,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ 14,841.45 Demand d e p o s it s ______ 1,055,172.80 Time d ep osits___________ 6,648.46 U. S. Gov’t 'deposits____ 562.02 Public f u n d s ___________ 41,803.30 Total dep.__$l,104,186.58 Total __________________$1,164,028.03  Thirty-Third Report  21  BANK OF AM ITY, AM ITY Population, 608.  Clark County  Chartered November 30, 1905. Or G, W. Tuliesou____'_________ President W . H. Olds— -------------Vice President Cleda O l d s _______________ ..Cashier Oral M, W alker________ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-287  J. F. Brown Lyn Maxey Cleda Olds  W. H. Olds G, W . Tolleson  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1947 Resources  Liabilities  Loan* and discounts. .$ 230,686.87 * iverdrafts . . ______ _ 322.15 Ik S. Gov’t obligations. . 592,119.34 Gther bonds and securities 9,47,481.73 Furniture and fixtures. _ 531.22 Banking house _______ 1,000.00 Cash and due from bank< 433,455.26 1.00 Other resources .........  Capital stock ____ $ 35,000.00 35,000.00 Surplus f u n d ______ ___ 22,099.94 Undivided profits _ Demand deposits _ ___ 1,111,821.56 360,437.37 Time deposits _____ 5,419.47 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ 25,819.23 Public funds ___ 10,000.00 Deposits of banks-_ Total dep.__$l,513,497.63  Total  - - _____ _ _ _ -$1,605,597.57  Total  _  _________  $1,605,597.57  ELK HORN BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, ARK AD ELPH IA Population, 5,078.  Clark County  Chartered September 28, 1903.  Transit Number 81-133  O fficers  Directors E. E. Meador A. C. Stone A. J. Vestal------------------Vice President Clarence Hardin J. P. Sturgis A. P, Greene___ _______ Vice President G. W. Lookadoo A. J. Vestal A. C. Stone-------------------------- Cashier J. H. Lookadoo J. B. W ingfield W, P. Jones, Jr._ _______ Asst. Cashier C. C. Lookadoo_________ Asst. Cashier Lilian H e a r n __________ Asst. Cashier  W. E. Barkman W . E. Barkman------------------- President J. H. Lookadoo---- ------ Vice President A. P. Greene  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1947 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts ____ $ 996,179.64 Overdrafts ______________ 1,485.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations. 1,166,700.00 Other bonds and securities 136,350.00 Furniture and fix tu re s-1.00 Banking house _________ 6,000.00 Cash and due from banks 1,177,466.88 Other resources_________ 724.80  Capital sto c k _____ ___ __$ 100,000.00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 50,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ______ 40,496.11 Demand d ep o sits______ 2,066,634.34 Time dep o sits__________ 896,969.81 Public f u n d s ________— 330,807.06 Total dep.__$3,294,411.21  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $3,484,907.32  Total  $3,484,907.32  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  22  MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY. ARKADELPHIA Population, 5,078  Clark County  Chartered June 15, 1911. O fficers President H. T. Ross_____ ______ H. G. Elms___ _____ ___ Vice President Jett B la e k ___ _____ Cashier Lottie Watson_________ Asst. Cashier Catherine Condray_____Asst. Cashier Jane B. Lawrence____ A sst. Secretary  Transit Number 81-469 Directors Jett Black E. N. McElhanon J. H. Crawford D. W . McMillan H. G. Elms H. T. Ross Roy F. Golden Ralph Williams Jas. C. Hobgood  STATEM ENT OF JUNE 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts____ 8 777,619.83 3,933.96 Overdrafts ______________ U. S. Gov’t obligations. _ 187,000.00 Other bonds and securities 120,185.20 5,809.40 Furniture and fixtures __ 11 000.00 Banking h o u s e _________ Other real estate_________ 3.00 596,879.86 Cash and due from banks 1.00 Other resources_________  Captial s to c k ____________ $; 100,000.00 Surplus f u n d _____ ______ 30,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ______ 8,758.68 Reserves ________________ _ 22,972.61 Demand deposits _______ 1,088,454.36 Time deposits_____ _____ 198,871.54 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ 9,543.30 Public f u n d s ____________ 243,831.76 Total dep.__$l,540,700.96  ,  Total  Total  .$1,702,432.25  .$1,702,432.25  BANK OF ASH FLAT, ASH FL AT Population, 315.  Sharp County  Chartered February 20, 1912.  Transit Number 81-499  Officers  Directors  Odus Carpenter _____ ________ President J. M. Causbie—_____ ...V ic e President Willene Brawley _____________Cashier  Willene Brawley Odus Carpenter J. M. Causbie  Horace Martin V . McJunkins  STATEM ENT OF JUNE 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts______ $104,740.01 Overdrafts _______________ 44.08 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 296,000.00 Other bonds and securities 2,753.16 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking h o u se ___________ 1,000.00 Cash and due from banks. 173,204.40  Capital s t o c k ____________ $ 10,000.00 Surplus f u n d _____________ 10,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ________ 12,646.23 Demand dep o sits_________ 530,359.55 Time deposits_____________ 3,920.06 U, S. Gov’t deposits______ 1,481.25 Public fu n d s _____________ 9,335.45 Total deposits__$545,096.31  Total _   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $577,742.54  Total _  .$577,742.54  Thirty-Third Report  23  BANK OF ATKINS, ATKINS Population, 1,322,  Pope County  Chartered September 19, 189*5.  Transit Number 81-215  O fficers J. M. Barker __ _ . President J, M. Barker, Jr._ . Vice President C. A. B arker.. __ __ . .-Cashier  C. A. Barker J, M. Barker  Directors J, M. Barker. Jr.  STATEMENT OP JUNE 30, 1947 Liabilities  Resources  Loans and di-mounts___ 8  l 0,231,87  ( >veidraft.- . ____ 1.014.77 418,800.00 lb S. Gov’t, obligations- . Other bonds and securities 2,787.45 8 18.80 Furnitui < ant! fixtures 2,775,48 Banking ho mm _ _ 498.884,93 Ca-di and due from banks I tto;  ...  8 30,0t<0.00 Capital stock 15,000.00 Surplus f u n d _______ -25,016.01 Undivided profits 928,498,29 Demand deposits ______ 625.00 F . S. Gov’t deposits____ 44,233,98 Public f u n d s __ T ota l d ep osits 8973,355.2 1  Total  G .<<43.371.28  -  81,043.371,28  THE B INK OF AVGUSTA, AUGUSTA Populat ion, 2.235.  W oodruff County  Charteied February 20, 1935. 3, W. <>. W,  Officers II, Snapp___ _ __ President M. Sale- - .Exec. Vice President T, Beaslev . _ ____Cashier T. Mills. Jr. As-t Cashier  Transit Number 81-718  Directors George L. Beard J. H. Snapp Richard E. Gregory C. R. Stacy W. M. Sale  STATEMENT OP JUNE 30, 1947 Resources [.cans and discount s . . . . >’ 279,725,22 Overdrafts ______ __ . 147.99 L\ S. Gov’t obligations, . 841,000.00 Other bonds and securities 188,488,75 Furniture and fixtures-918,35 Banking house ______ 2,798.00 Cash and due from banks 319,908.89 Other resources 11,395.33 Total ____ - ____________ $1,844,972.33   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d ----------------50,000.00 Undivided profits ______ 18,086.57 Demand deposits ______ 1,401,459.72 U. S. Gov’t deposits___ _ 12,810.52 Public funds ___________ 128,850.41 Total dep.__$l,543,120.65 Other liabilities ____ ___ 8,785.11 Total _________________ $1,644,972.33  24  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CITIZENS STATE BANK, BALD KNOB Population, 1,445.  White County  Chartered January 22, 1931.  Transit Number 81-873  O fficers  Directors  J. W . Brown-----------------------President H. A. W hitley________ Vice President  ,T. W. Brown  Jennings Leggett  H. A. Whitley E. D. Williams  E. D. W illiams^-Vice Pres. & Cashier Mildred H a l l__________Asst. Cashier 0 . M. W illiams________ Asst. Cashier STATEM ENT OF JUNE 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ U. S. Gov’t obligations.™ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures. _ Banking house ________ Cash and due from banks  Total  94,290.28 954,500.00 38,945.75 1,050.00  500.00 804,912.94  $1,894,198.95  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ___________$ 25,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 20,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ 5,973.81 Reserves ________________ 3,000.00 Demand deposits _______ 1,452,684.02 U. S, Gov’t deposits____ 3,585.40 144,892.50 Public f u n d s ___________ Deposits o f banks______ 39,083.42 Total dep.__$l,640,225.34 ,$1,894,198.95  Total  THE CITIZENS BANK, BEARDEN Population, 981. Chartered June 7, 1945. Officers Garland A n th o n y ____ _____ President Carlton S m ith ________ .Vice President R. W. Launius_______ _ Vice President Hugh Thompson _____ _______ Cashier  Ouachita County Transit Number 81-749 Directors Garland Anthony W. O. Proctor Oliver Anthony Carlton Smith J. W. Gossett Dr. H. F. Thompson R. W . Launius  STATEM ENT OF JUNE 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 83,898.49 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 328,374.80 Other bonds and securities 9,247.99 Furniture and fixtures___ 5,077.72 Cash and due from banks 149,904.93 Other reso u rce s _______ ._ 88.13  Total ________ ____ _____ $574,571.86   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities Capital stock ______- ____ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund _ _ . __ 6,500.00 Undivided profits . 5,864.18 Demand deposits . _ 487,861.06 U. S. Gov’t deposits. 1,229.56 Public funds _ _ 48,117.06 Total deposits _$537,,207.68 Total  _____$574,571.88  25  Thirty-Third Report  CITIZENS BANK, BEEBE Population, 1,189, Chartered June 21, 1917. Officers E. H. Abington _ _ President J, R. Sloan . _ _ Vice President T. E. Abington _ _ ...Cashier  White County Transit Number 81-588 Directors E. H. Abington H. M. Dodds T. E. Abington J. R. Sloan T. S. Dabney J. C. Williams Catherine C. Abington  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1947 Resources $162,333.66 Loans and discounts _ 9.27 Overdrafts _ __ , U. S. Gov't obligations___ 9,200.00 900.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures__ 1.00 1.00 Banking house 1.00 Other real estate Cash and due from banks- 633,780.62 19.25 Other resources . ..... Total  __  . __  $806,245.80  Liabilities Capital stock -$ 25,000.00 Surplus fund 5,000.00 Undivided profits - 1R136.26 Reserves . 18,347.37 Demand deposits _ 738,807.86 Public funds _ 7,954.31 Total deposits _$746,762.17 -  Total  -$806,245.80  BELLEVILLE BAN K, BELLEVILLE Population, 411. Chartered January 6, 1905, Officers J, C. Woodson----------------------President Mrs. J. C, W oodson____Vice President F. T. Moudy _________________Cashier  Yell County Transit Number 81-294 Directors  J. C. Woodson Mrs, J. C. Woodson Carl Woodson, Jr.  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 20,621.98 Overdrafts ______________ 58.86 U. S. Gov't obligations____ 197,400.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 •Cash and due from banks- 121,351.34  Total _   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$ 339, 433.18  Liabilities  Capital stock ____________$ 10,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 10,000.00 Undivided profits _______ 6,720.23 Demand d e p o sits ________ 287,104.55 Public f u n d s _____________ 25,608.40 Total deposits _$312,712.95 Total _  .$339,433.18  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  28  BENTON STATE BANK, BENTON Population, 3,502,  Saline County  Chartered February 9, 1934. Officers W, R. Alsobrook____________ President W . A. S p r in g e r ______ Vice President T. B. L y l e __________________ Cashier W. M. Lawrence______ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-711 Directors C. E. Fish  Dr. H. B. Alsobrook  H. J. Singles L. B, White W . A. Springer  W. R. Stephens, Jr. W . R. Alsobrook  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts____ f 536,674.53 U. S. Gov’t obligations. _ 1,604,415.66 Other bonds and securities 697,064.09 Furniture and fixtures 1,970.94 Banking h o u s e _________ 3,245.12 Cash and due from banks. 908,274.60  Capital stock 25,000 .00 Surplus fund 155,000. 00 Undivided profits 4,079. 84 Reserves 1,501..26 2,484,440..66 Demand deposits 388,598..00 Time deposits U. S. Gov’t deposits 16,958..13 Public funds 641,412,,68 Deposits of banks 34,654..37 Total d e p ...$3,566,063.84  T o ta l__________________ 13,751,644.94  13,751,644..94  Total  BANK OF BENTONVILLE, BENTONVILLE Population, 2,359.  Benton County  Chartered February 25, 1931.  Transit Number 81-701  Officers  Directors  Arthur P. S m ith ____________President Vol T. Lindsey-------------- Vice President Fred D o u g la s-------------------------Cashier  Fred Douglas Gordon Knott Vol T. Lindsey Vern Rife  T. Bryant Settle Arthur P. Smith Leta D. Smith  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts____ $ 371,554.09 U. S. Gov’t obligations. _ 1,545,513.09 21,500.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures. _ 4,500.00 Banking h ouse__________ 5,000.00 Cash and due from banks 795,533.67 759.62 Other resources ________  30,000.00 Capital S to ck ___________ 8 Surplus f u n d ___________ 30,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ______ 20,000.00 Reserves ________________ 16,900.00 Demand deposits ______ 2.094.942.35 Time d ep o sits__________ 178,190.39 U7 S. Gov’t deposits____ 28,112.16 Public f u n d s ___________ 337,585.03 Deposits of banks______ 8.630.54 Total dep. .$2,647,460.47  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $2,744,360.47  Total  .$2,744,360.47  27  Thirty-Third Report  BANE OF BLEVINS, BLEVINS Population, 831,  Hempstead County  Chartered August 12. 1912.  Transit Number 81-518 Directors  Officers H. M. Stephens______ . . . ____ President Herbert M. Stephens--Vice President  H. M. Stephens Herbert M. Stephens  P. C. Stephens  P. C. Stephens_________ - ____ Cashier Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts___80,888.53 U. S. Gov’t obligations-.__ 203,100,00 Other bonds and securities 12,500.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking h o u se _____ _____ 800.00 Other real estate------- -----2.00 Cash and due from banks- 127,707.12 Other resources__________ 152.54 Total _ _________ - ____ $424,949,19  Liabilities .$ 25,000.00* Capital s t o c k ____ _ . 12,500.00 Surplus fund _ __ . 10,589.20 Undivided profits . 361,238.78 Demand deposits . 4,856.00 Time deposits 127.97 U. S. Gov’t deposits Public fu n d s _____ _ .. 10,637.24 Total deposits .$376,859.99  .1424,949.19  Total  FARM ERS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, BLYTHEVILLE Population, 10,652. Chartered March 16, 1908.  Officers B. A. Lynch ______ . .President F. E. Warren_________ Vice President R. A. P orter.. . ..V ic e President R L. Banister . ________  Cashier  Mississippi County Transit Number 81-105  Directors J. L. Cherry C. A. Cunningham I. R. Johnson B. A. Lynch  C. A. Richardson B. S. Simmons F. E. Warren  Sta lenient o f June 30. 1947  Resource'. Loans and discounts $1,560,717.64 Overdrafts _____________ 781.18 U. S. Gov't obligations.. 3,400.500.00 Other bonds and securities 73,069.08 Furniture and fixtures. 1.00  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ___________ $ 150,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 150,000.00 Undivided p r o fits _______ 212,161.36 Demand depositis----------- 6,748,002.91 Time dep o sits----------------933,466.57 U. S. Gov’t deposits........ 25,991.00  Banking louse . . . Cash and due from oftrk-  ‘V.ouu.OO i 92.417.19 Public funds .......  Other resources . . .  39.879.48  ___  Deposits of banks_______ Total d e p ...$8,382,825.73 Other liabilities_________  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $8,934,865.57  Total  408.959,57 266,405,68 39.878.48 $8,934,865.57  28  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CITIZENS BANK, BOONEVILLE Population, 2,324. Chartered April 18, 1910.  O fficers Mattie E d w a r d s __________ President Abe W illia m s________ Vice President Long John Williams_________ Cashier  Logan County Transit Number 81-195 Directors Paul X, Williams Chas. X, Williams Mattie Edwards Long John Williams Abe Williams George R. Edwards  Statement o f June 30. 1947 Resources 'Loans and discounts____$ 763,532.40 O v e r d r a fts ______ _____ 11,958.29 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 914,598.96 Other bonds and securities 301.03 Furniture and fixtures__ 1.00 Banking house ._________ 1.00 Other real estate_____ .__ 3.00 Cash and due from banks 416,935.50  .$2,107,331.18  Total  Liabilities Capital s to c k ___________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus f u n d ___________ 40,000.00 42,529.59 Undivided profits . . . ____ Demand d e p o sits______ $1,889,114.58 3,127.89 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ Public f u n d s ___________ 82,559.12 Total dep. _$1,974,801.59 Total ___________ _____ $2,107,331.18  THE BANK OF BRADLEY. BRADLEY Population, 409. Chartered April 10, 1933.  Lafayette County  Transit Number 81-513  Officers  Directors  J. B. Edwards______________ President Margaret R. Meek____ Vice President J. W. Meek___________________ Cashier  J. B. Edwards L. B. Hairmer  J. W . Meek Margaret R. Meek  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts_____ 3114,236.53 Overdrafts _ ____________ 82.16 U. S. Gov't obligations___ 157,500.00 Other bonds and securities 27,100.00 Furniture and fixtures ___ 600.00 Banking h o u se___________ 600.00 Other real estate_________ 4.00 Cash and due from banks. 186,803.17  Capital stock _____________$ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d _____________ 15,000.00 Undivided p r o f it s ________ 7,748.36 Demand deposits ________ 370,093.26 U. S. Gov't deposits_____ 1,262.86 Public fu n d s ______________ 67,821.38 Total deposits. _S439.177.50  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $486,925.86  Total  $486,925.86  Thirty-Third Report  29  BANK OF BRINKLEY, BRINKLEY Population, 3,409,  Monroe County  Chartered January 17, 1903. Transit Number 81-191 O fficers Andrew F lora________ .____President Frank Andrews______ Vice President John F, Cole___Active Vice President Robert Moore_______________ Cashier  Directors Frank Andrews A. Rusher Andrew Flora W. W. Sharp E, D. McKnight  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 344,501.03 Overdrafts _ ________ — 273.75 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 1,138,498.72 Other bonds and securities 122,293.69 Furniture and fixtures2,181.08 Banking house ________ 11,000.00 Other real estate_______ 2.00 Cash and due from banks 632,790.81 1,525.85 Other resources _______ .$2,253,066.93  Total  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ________ __$ 50,000.00 Surplus f u n d __ _______ 50,000.00 14,308.38 Undivided p r o f i t s _____ Demand d e p o s its ______ 1,613,473.08 Time d e p o s its _________ 375,991.84 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ 15,831.97 133,461.66 Public funds __________ Total dep___ $2,138,758.55 Total  .$2,253,066.93  BANK OF CABOT, CABOT Population, 741. Chartered March 23, 1903.  Lonoke CountyTransit Number 81-304  O fficers  Directors  Jake W . Lowman______ ___ President  J. C. Alexander Fred B. Garlington-_Viee President Jake W . Lowman J. M. Park ------------------------------- Cashier Fred B. Garlington Mildred Griffin_________Asst. Cashier Mrs. Glendene James__Asst. Cashier  J. E. Gregory O. H. Davis J. M. Park  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____ $ Overdrafts ___________ _ U. S. Gov’t obligationsOther bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures. Banking h o u s e _________ Cash and due from banks Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  492,726.13 214.63 662,500.00  51,896.86  1.00 2,501.00 482,654.02  $1,692,493.64  Liabilities Capital stock ______ ____i ; 30,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 60,000.00 19,663.54 Undivided p r o fits ______ Demand d ep o sits_______ 1,499,091.34 12,943.02 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ Public f u n d s __________ 70,795.74 Total dep.__$1,582,830.10 Total  $1,692,493.64  30  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  STATE BANK OF CALICO ROCK, CALICO ROCK Population, 738, Chartered May 1, 1914,  Izard County Transit Number 81-305  Officers  Directors  S. E. M cN eill____________ President Dr. Noel J. Copp_____ Vice President E. C. R od m a n _______________ Cashier Roy P e rry m a n ________ Asst, Cashier  Dr. Noel J. Copp L. E. Evans  S, E. McNeill E. C. Rodman  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 140,341.18 Overdrafts _____________ 1,393.31 U. S. Gov’t obligations-789,100.00 Other bonds and securities 8,000.00 Furniture and fix tu res-_ 500.00 Banking h o u s e ________ 1,200.00 1.00 Other real e s t a t e ______ Cash and due from banks 583,955.53 Other resou rces________ 1,381.00 Total _________________ $1,525,852.02  Liabilities  Capital s t o c k ___________$ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d ___________ 17,500,00 10,994.02 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ Demand deposits ______ 1,458,215.79 Time d e p o s its _________ . 3,957.17 Public funds ___________ Total dep.--$1,472,358.00  10,185.04  Total __________________$1,525,852.02  THE MERCHANTS A N D PLANTERS B AN K , CAMDEN Population, 8,975. Chartered March 4, 1931.  Officers C. I. G ra y son ______________ President H. T. Patton__________ Vice President J. W. C o a n __________________ Cashier E. L. Harrison________Asst. Cashier P. W . Wooldridge______ Asst. Cashier  Ouachita County Transit Number 81-96  Directors Mike Berg J. W . Coan E. W . Copeland C. S. Early  C. I. Grayson H. T. Patton W . F. Patton John C. Watts  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 525,749.20 U. S. Gov’t obligations-- 2,401,000.00 Other bonds and securities 937,687.72 Furniture and fixtures __ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 1,271,441.21 Other resources_________ 1.00  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $5,135,880.13  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ____ _____ ___ $ 100,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 50,000.00 Undivided p r o fits _______ 77,005.16 Reserves _________________ 50,000.00 Demand d e p o s it s ___ ____ 3,846,269.71 Time d ep o sits______ _____ 662,091.39 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ _ 52,519.13 Public f u n d s _____________ 293,490.93 Deposits of banks-._____ _ 4,503.81 Total dep._$4,858,874.97 Total  $5,135,880.13  Thirty-Third Report  31  CITIZENS BANK, CARLISLE Population, 1,080,  Lonoke County  Chartered December 22, 1930.  Transit Number 81-889  O fficers Directors Elmer Morris F. E, Downs, Jr._____ ____President A. W, Birdsong A. H. H u n t-____Exec. Vice President F. E. Downs, Jr. F. M. Perkins J. L. Woosley _____ Cashier J. M. Johnson H. L. Perkins Mary B u r n e tt________ Asst. Cashier Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts____ $ 99,713.98 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 1,084,500.00 Other bonds and securities ' 3,500.00 Furniture and fixtures 1,731.00 Banking h o u s e ---- --------1,750.00 Cash and due from banks 310,783.57 Other resources_________ 14.38  Capital stock _____ ____$ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d _________ 25,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ______ 26,556.32 Demand d e p o sits______ 1,349,955.89 14,026.70 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ Public funds __________ 60,851.41 Total dep._. $1,424,834.00 Other lia b ilitie s____ ___  SI ,501,992.93  Total  602.61 $1,501,992.93  Total  BANK OF C A V E <TTY, CAVE CITY Population, 427.  Sharp County  Chartered July 2. 1908.  Transit Number ’•>1-010  Officers  Directors J. A . Carpenter Eagle Street J. L. Lewsaw Mrs. J. M. Street  Eagle S treet..... .................President Mrs. J. M. Street-- - - . Vice President •1. L. Lewsaw ____ . . . . . . Cashier Jame- Street . __ .. A,-st Cashier  Stir-muem of lime 2,11. 1P47 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts______ 8123,089.59  Capital stock __________ ___$ 15,000.00 Surplus f u n d ______ ______ 7,500,00  f ’verdraff-  ..  ..  47.61  U. S. Gov’t obligations... _ 488,531.25 2.500.00 Furniture and fixtures____ Banking h o u se ___ _______ 5,000.00 Cash and due from banks. 179.773.72  Total ___________ ________ $769,942.17 * First preferred stock with par value par value of $ 10,000.00.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Undivided profits . . 10,820.12 Demand deposits _____ 725.472.60 U. S. Gov’t deposits__ _ 790.63 Public funds _ ______________ 10,358.82 Total deposits_ $736,622.05  T o ta l___________ _____ __$769,942.17 $5,000.00 and common stock with  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  32  AM ERICAN STATE BANK, CHARLESTON Population, 958.  Franklin County  Chartered June 29, 1910.  Transit Number 81-268  DlffirAre HirA^tftFQ H. E. Shumate C. H. H i a t t ______________ President ' C. H. Hiatt B. H. McDonald_______ Vice President Clyde Hiatt McLoud Sieard Clyde H i a t t _________________ Cashier B. H. McDonald Sam B. Stevinson H. E. Shumate________ Asst. Cashier Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 486,294.58 3,088.22 O v e r d r a fts _________ ____ 538,728.12 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ Other bonds and securities 21,614.62 1.00 Furniture and fixtures_ Banking h o u s e ________ 1,500.00 Cash and due from banks 365,600.32 1.00 Other resou rces________  $1,416,827.86  Total  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ___________$ Surplus f u n d _______  25,000.00 25,000.00  Undivided ' p r o f i t s _____ 54,737.21 Reserves ____________ 1,000.00 Demand d e p o sits______ 1,193,418.84 Time deposits__________ 55,537.98 14,583.52 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ . Public fu n d s_____________ 47,550.31 Total dep__ $1,311,090.65 $1,416,827.86  Total  B AN K OF CHERRY VALLEY, CHERRY V A L L E Y Population, 500. Chartered January 24, 1907.  Cross County Transit Number 81-313  fii TiPArvi  IfirA^tnrQ  R. Eli H a l k _______________ President W . M. Smith, Sr_______ Vice President T. J. Pickett_________________ Cashier  R. Eli Halk H. P. Maddox, Sr.  W . M. Smith, Sr.  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts______ $115,118.54 Overdrafts _______________ 31.90 U. S. Gov’t obligations____ 359,840.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking h o u se ___________ 100.00 Cash and due from banks. 136,494.73 Other resources_________ 483.22  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d _____________ 10,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ________ 5,937.60 Demand deposits_________ 540,537.21 Public fu n d s --------------------30,594.58 Total deposits_$571,131.79  T ota l ____________________$612,069.39  T o ta l______ _____________ $612,069.39   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  33  Thirty-Third Report  BANK OF CHIDESTER, CHIDESTER Population, 508. Chartered April 29, 1909.  Ouachita County  Transit Number 81-314 Directors W . C. Stinnett  Officers W . G. R u sh in g _____________President T. H. B enton--_______ Vice President C. B. Clingan_________ Vice President W. C. Stinnett________________ Cashier Laura Lee Aarant_____ Asst. Cashier  T. H. Benton C. B. Clingan Mollie E. Purifoy W . G. Rushing  Beulah R. Taylor J. T. Walker  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources Loans and d i s c o u n t s $ iU,714.11  Liabilities  Capital stock ------------------ _$ 10,000.00 218.70 Surplus fund _____________ 11,000.00 Overdrafts ____________ . U. S. Gov't obligations- .. 280.100.00 Undivided profits ________ 4,304.89 Other bonds and securities 14.461.00 Demand deposits__________ 480,495.92 Furniture and fixtures. 900.00 Time deposits_____________ 6,000.00 Banking h o u s e ____ . 900.00 U. S.Gov't deposits _______ 258.70 Other real e s ta te --___ _ 1.00 Public funds _____________ 8,519.00 Cash and due from banks} 56,245.20 Total deposits _$495,273.62 ------ ------------ Other resources - - .. 88.50  Tot a'  .  85*20,578.51  T ota l________ __________ $520,578.51  THE MERCHANTS A N D PLANTERS BANK, CLARENDON  Population, 2,551. Chartered July 28, 1890. Officers S. J. Dean _____ _____________President C. T. D o s s ____________ Vice President W. H. Brown.-Vice President-Cashier P. N. J a m e s __ - ___ _--A sst. Cashier  Monroe County Transit Number 81-164  Directors C. T. Doss  H. B. Bateman W . H. Brown S. J. Dean  Jas. F. Wolfe  Statement of June 30, 1947  L ia b ility Loans and discount;- . - A Overdrafts ______ . U. S. Gov't obligations-Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtu res-. Banking house____ Cash and due from banks  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  : 98,545.64 82.07 774,079.24 147,300.90  2,868.00 7,000.00 221.995.93  .$1,351,871,78  Capital s to c k ____ . ...8 Surplus fund __ . . . __ _ Undivided profits Demand deposits . . . . _ Time deposits ______ . Public fu n d s__________ lo ta l dep.. _81,254,462.97  Total  50,000.00 20,000.00 27,408.81 991,798.56 75,925.29 186,739.12  .$1,351,871.78  34  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CLINTON STATE BANK, CLINTON Population, 915.  Van Buren County  Chartered October 16, 1946. O fficers Roy Lefler ------------------------ President €. M, H o r t o n -------------Vice President Howard Johnson, Exec, V. Pres.-Cash. Garner M. Johnson____Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-758 Directors Homer Brown Roy Lefler C. M. Horton Arthur Lewis Howard Johnson  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 206,748.13 U. S, Gov’t obligations-_ 887,729.05 Other bonds and securities 108,248,45 Furniture and fix tu res-1,500.00 857,973.47 Cash and due from banks Other resou rces________ 467.98  .$1,622,667,03  Total  Liabilities Capital s o t e k ___________$ 50,000,00 Surplus f u n d ___________ 10,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ 9,603,07 Demand d e p o sits_________ 1,419,892,53 U, S. Gov’t deposits____ 3,687.50 Public fund'? ___________ 129,483,93 Tula! dep— 81,553,068.96 Total  .$1,622,667.03  FIRST STATE BANK, CONW AY Population. 5,762. Chartered February 8, 194*7 O fficers W , D. Keteheside____________PreGdent  Thos. G, Wilsort-Exee, Vice President N. H. S m iilu ._______________ Cashier  Faulkner Courtly Transit Num* or "1-754 Directors .1. 17 Edward.J. R, Ott Edw, A. Halter Dave H, W ard W . E. Jumper Thos. G. Wilson W. D. Keteheside  Statement of June 80, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____8 315,782,30 U. S. Gov’t obligations-_ 660,390.67 Other bonds and securities 53,970.90 Furniture and fix tu re s-7,670.29 Banking h o u s e ------------12,000,00 Cash and due from banks 481,614.55  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,531,428.71  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ___________$ 60,000.00 Surplus f u n d ___________ 12,500.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ 5,082,34 Demand deposits ______ 1,201,202.04 Time d ep osits___________ 16,355.76 Public f u n d s ___________ 236,288.57 Total d e p - -$1,453,846.37 Total  .$1,531,428.71  35  Thirty-Third Report  TH E C O IN IN G BANK, CORNING Population. 1,610.  Clay County  Chartered January 29, 192] . Officer > E. Y an d cn er_________ __ President Mr?. F. B. Sprague__ Vice President G A, Lamb . . .Cashier  Transit Number 81-211 Directors J. Sellmeyer Mrs. F. B, Sprague H. Talkington  L. G. Black 31. G. Hoffman  G. A. Lamb  II. X . Rateliffe  E. Yandover  vStai''menr of June Jo, l',J47  Resources Liabilities Loans and discount?- - 8 !<24 ,u2 7 .8 s Capital s t o c k ______ ____ $ 37,500.00 s Pi.OO'MH) Surplus f u n d ___________ 37,500.00 XL S. Gov’t obligations.. Other bonds and securities i'hd.'busn Undivided p r o fi t s ____ ___ 50,347.21 1 PH* Demand d ep osits__ _____ 1,905,036.64 Furniture and fixture.Banking h o u s e _____ .. h, 500. Of* Time dep osits_______ _ 114,594,44 Cash and due from banks 547.065.73 U. S. Gov’t deposits______ 28,186.34 Public f u n d s _______ — 162,659.98 Total dep,_$2,210,477,40 Total ____ __________$2,335,824.61  Total ____________ ____ $2,335,824.61  B Y.XK OF CROSSETT, CROSSETT Population, 4,891.  Ashley County  Crumim-ml Dc( ember 22. 1913, O fficerE. t . Cro?-sett __ . . __ President P. F. W a tzek ___ _ _ Vice President Roy Dooley _ _ ........ ___ Cashier C F.. Hannum.............. ..Ass1 Cashie*’  Transit Number 81-321  Directors E. C. Crossett William C. Norman Roy Dooley P. F. Watzek K. O. Elderkin S. A. Wilcoxon  Sfa"-nn.‘!'T i>f .L.iny :iu, U 4" Resources Leans and d i s c o u n t s . s 3.3.2.322.2b U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 2,0 2 S,300.57 Other bonds and securities 30,886.25 Furniture and fix tu re s.. 5,518.80 Cash and due from banks 625,499.75 Other resou rces________ 7.00  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ________ _ 8 50,000,00 Surplus f u n d ___________ 80,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ 47,760.00 Demand deposits ______ 2,035,553.67 Time d ep osits___________ 652,479.86 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ 9,904.91 Public funds __________ 127.680.63 Total dep—_$2,825,619.07 Other lia b ilities________  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $3,022,534.65  Total  19,155.58 .$3,022,534.65  36  State of Arkansas: Bank Deportment  DANVILLE STATE BANK, DANVILLE Population, 1,010.  Yell County  Chartered October 3, 1930.  Transit Number 81-700 Directors  Officers John Ed Chambers_________President Neil S im s _____________Vice President Jim Bill G a t lin ______________ Cashier J. F. Nunn____________ Asst. Cashier Selma C. Gatlin________ Asst. Cashier  J. E. Chambers J. W . Hull John Ed Chambers Neil Sims Jim Bill Gatlin  .Statement of  une 30, 1947  Liabilities  Resources Loans and discounts______ $111,104.05 U. S. Gov't obligations____497.864.32 Other bonds and securities 49.488,76 Furniture and ^fixtures__ 1.00 Banking h o u s e __________ 1,00 Cash and due from banks_ 178,240.81 Other re so u rce s_________ 1.00  Total  Capital stock___________ 8 2 5 .0 <'0 ,0 0 Surplus f u n d _____________ 15.000.00 Undivided p r o f it s ________ 15.899.65 Reserves__________________ 2.000.0o Demand d eposits_________ 644,198.35 U. S. Gov't deposits______ 487.50 Public fu n d s ______________ 19,4.115.84 Total deposits--8778,801.19  __________ ______ $836,700.84  Total  __________________ $836,700.84  BANK OF DARDANELLE, DARDANELLE Population, 1,807. Chartered September 12, 1984.  Yell County  Transit Xuud er M-599  Officers  Directors  Thos. V. .Tones_________ __President Garrett Jo n es_________Vice President Garland D. Nichols___________ Cashier Geraldine W a id _________Asst. Caliber  C. IL Grange Garrett .Tones Titos. V. .lanes  Garland lb X icr-G Jimmie M ail;?  Statement ( f .Time 8<b 19 ;7  Resources Loans and discounts___ 8 U. S. Gov’t obligations-_ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures-_ Banking house _________ Cash and due from banks  Liabilities 179,554.76 572,000.00  8.516.89 1.00  4,000.00 260.912.30  T o t a l _____ __________-$1,019,984.95   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Capital stock ---------------$ 25.u0u.,tn Sin plus f u n d ____________ 20.000.00 Undivided p r o fits ----------15.822,76 Demand deposits______ . 80S.885.87 Time deposits ---------------17,748.75 U. S. Gov't deposits_____ 5.188.08 Public fu n d s ____________ 67,889.99 Total deposits 8959,662.19 Total _________________$1,019,984.95  37  Thirty-Third Report  BANK OF DELIGHT, DELIGHT Population, 481. Chartered June 16, 1911. Officers C. E. J o h n s o n ___________ --President Frank R e id __________ Vice President D. ('. H u m p h ry______________ Cashier Dorothy Johnson ______ Asst. Cashier  Pike County Transit Number 81-326 Directors D. C. Humphry C. E. Reid C. E. Johnson Frank Reid J. M. May  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources  Loans and discounts ... $1 OS, 733.61 Overdrafts ------------------------------- 179.06 Y, S, Gov’t obligations . _ 716,600.00 Other bonds and securities 7,910.12 Furniture and fixtures- . 1.00 Bunking h o u s e __ .. 1.00 < ash and due from bank's- 269,029.27  T )tal  ..  8594,456.76  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ______________ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 10,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ________ 4,914.90 Demand d e p o s its ________ 543,220.40 Time d e p o sits __________ 410.80 U. S. Gov’t deposits______ 131.25 Public f u n d s -------------------- 10,776.41 Total deposits _$554,538.86 T o t a l_______________ ___$594,453.76  DERMOTT STATE BANK, DERMOTT Population, 3,083. Chartered July 8, 1935. Officers John B a x te r _________ .President W. F. Pierce_________ Vice President Clarence H o r t o n ______ ______ Cashier Jessie B. Downey._____ Asst. Cashier  Chicot County Transit Number 81-720 B. E. Barlow John Baxter W . H. Bynum  Directors W. E. Lephiew W. F. Pierce  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts-__ $ U. S. Gov’t obligations __ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures__ Banking house __________ Cash and due from banks  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  473,315.41 920,065.00 110,405.80 750.00 1,750.00 363,014.05  $1,869,300.26  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus f u n d __________ 50,000.00 Undivided p r o fi t s ______ 24,868.47 Demand deposits ______ 1,149,250.11 Time dep osits__________ , 265,425.62 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 26,982.85 Public fu n d s --------------— , 302,773.21 Total dep— $1,744,431.79 Total  .$1,869,300.26  38  State of Arkansas: Bank Department,  FARM ERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, DES ARC Population, 1,410. Chartered January 20, 1902.  Prairie County Transit Number 81-283  O fficers Henry N ich ols______________President L. R. Brown_Vice President-Cashier N. R. Kirkwood____ __Asst. Cashier  L. R. Brown Henry Nichols  Directors S. R. Nichols  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 106,528.20 U. S. Gov’t obligations-730,300.00 Other bonds and securities 4,745.49 Furniture and fixtures-_ 1.00 Banking house---------------1.00 Other real estate-----------1.00 Cash and due from banks 221.817.04 Other resources-------------247.83  Liabilities Capital s to c k ___________ l Surplus f u n d ___________ Undivided p r o fits ______ Reserves ________________ Demand deposits________ Time d ep o sits__________ Public fu n d s_____________ Total deposits $988,016.31  2 m). GO  Other liabilities  $1,063,141.62  Total  25.000. 06 35.000. 00 9,475.26 5,364.05 717,977.18 66,750.50 203.2S8.63  ,$1,063,141.62  Total  DeW ITT BANK AND TRUST COM PANY, D eV IT T Population, 2.498.  Chartered March 1. 1929.  Arkansas CountyTransit Number 81-245  Officers W . F. Sehallhorn_____ ____ -President R. H. Maddox— Vice Pres. & Cashier Julian B ro w n _________ Asst. Cashier H. S. Stephenson_______ Asst. Cashier  A. G. Bauer G, W, Hall  Directors W . F. Sehallhorn C. L. Whitmore  R. H. Maddox  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts------ $ 878,127.42 U. S. Gov’t obligations— 1,017,500.00 Other bonds and securities 475,800.90 Furniture and fixtures— 1.00 Banking h o u s e __________ 6,000.00 Other real estate ________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 1,796,139.94 Other resources_________ 1.00  Capital s to c k ------------------$ 100,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 60,000.00 Undivided profits _______ 50,273.08 Demand deposits ______ 3,449,660.16 Time d ep o sits__________ 267,728.33 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 39,120.28 Public f u n d s ___________ 206,789.41 Total dep.__$3,963,298.18  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $4,173,571.26  Total  ,$4,173,571.26  Thirty-Third Report  39  BANK OF DIERKS, DIERKS Population, 1,459.  Howard County  Chartered February 7, 1906.  Transit Number 81-828  Officers Directors M. G. Bock Mrs. Lula Westbrook Lewis M. L a y e r __________President T. F. Westbrook, Vice Pres. & Cashier Lewis M. Layer T. F. Westbrook Mrs, Opal Simmington__Asst. Cashier Mrs. Lydia G. Layer Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts______ $ 77,173.65 U. S. Gov’t obligations____ 400,000.00 700.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking h o u se ________ 1,700.00 Cash and due from banks- 226,870.37 Other resources __________ 1,700.00  Total  ....  .  .  Liabilities Capital stock *__________ __$ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 3,000.00 Undivided profits ________ 6,000.97 R eserves __________________ 12,500.00 Demand deposits_________ 636,999.76 Time d e p o sits ______ _____ 1,278.08 Public funds _ _ _ _________ 23,365.21 Total deposits _$661,643.05  Total  -8708,144.92  _________________ $708,144.02  * First preferred stock with par value uf $1 5 .0 0 0 ,0 0 and common stock with par value o f $ 10 ,1*0 0 .0 0 .  BANK OF DOVER, DOVER Population. 493.  Pope County  1'hartered September 29, 1905.  Transit Number Sl-829  Directors  Officers  John E, Moore .  President T. C. Campbell___ __ Vice President W . M. Wallace _____ ____ Cashier Helena Wilson  .  _. .  .  Asst  T. C. Campbell L. J. Churchill  John E. Mooie W . M- Wallace  S. F. McCain  Cashier  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources Loans and discounts____ ..$104,299.48 U. S. Gov’t oblgiations____ 179.100.00 Other bonds and securities 2.872.86 Furniture and fixtures___ 475.00 Banking house ___________ 4.000.00 Cash and due from banks- 160,268.47  I.(abilities Capital stock______________$ 25.UOO.OO Surplus fund ____________ 10,000.00 Undivided profits _______ 1,705.03 Demand deposits_________ 391,474.13 U. S. Gov’t deposits______ 883.11 Public fu n d s ______________ 21,953.54 Tata] deposits $414,310.78  T o t a l_____ ______________ 1451,015.81  Total - ______________ ____$451,015.81   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  40  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  MERCHANTS AND FARMERS BANK, DUMAS Population, 2,023. Chartered May 10, 1901*. Officers Walton H. Rice ___________ President Ray Maxwell________ Vice President Edgar C. Ganna w ay________ Cashier Juanita Rowland______ Asst. Cashier  Claud T. Frank_______ Asst. Cashier  Dosha County Transit Xu nit ter 81-000 Directors J. L. McKetinon R. A. Pickens D. O. Porter Jack S. Dante O. L. Puryear E. C. Gannaway Walton H. Rice  R. A- Adcock J, E. Allmon R. F. Cox Ray Maxwell  Lamar Williamson  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources  Loans and discounts___ 9 U. S. Gov’t obligations-Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures- _ Banking h o u s e ________ Cash and due from banks Other resources _______  T otal_____—  578,1134.02 794,800.00 152,802.84 1,955.22 5,500.00 508,751.49 3,859.47  _____ $2,045,703.04  Liabilities Capital stock _________ 50,000.00 Surplus fund _________ 50,000.00 Undivided profits _____ 57,134.72 Reserves _ 2,000.00 Demand deposits ______ 1,336,796.72 Time deposits_________ 205,887.71 U. S. Gov’t deposits___ 9,323.58 Public fu nds--------------329,560.31 Deposits o f banks ____ 5,000.00 Total dep.__.$1,886,568.32 T o tal_______________ $2,045,703.04  EARLE STATE BANK, EARLE Population, 1,872. Chartered April 24, 1947.  Crittenden County Transit Number 81-204  Officers  E. Bird-------------President M. E. Bird W. M. Waters— i ------Vice President B. G. Dickey Mrs. Mary F. Fulwood_______ Cashier L. S. Young M,   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Directors  Everett Hood W. M. Waters  OPENED FOR BUSINESS JULY 14, 1947  Thirty-Third Re-port  41  THE EXCHANGE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, EL DORADO fTpr.iat ion. Ir>,8.r>s. < bartered L.i-n.-! 12, 1ATI, i ■« I •. R. i , X. f : . B, \ E,  Officer-. E. Hurley . __ ___ Juine*.__. ___ Vice Barton_ . __ Vice Axuni __ Lawton ___  President President President Cashier Cashier  Union County Transit Number 8l-f>6>* Directors €. X . Barton D. R, James T, H. Barton R. E, Meinert Louis K. Hurler Chas. H. Proetz  Statement o f June 80, 194? Resources Loam and discounts _ A 1.''88.402.14 U. S. Go\’t obligations. 1.467.585.35 Utue: oonds and securities 127,474.00 Fr.rnitu’v and fixtures 4,234,21 and due from hank. 1.**52.148.50  Total  _ __ _________ $4,889,899.98  Liabilities Capital stock __________ 100,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 100,000.00 Undivided profits _____ 51,812.38 Reserves _ ------------------8,500.00 Demand deposits ___ . 3,784,228.11 Time d e p o s its _________ 221,301.23 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ 38,618.42 273,216.44 Public funds __________ Deposits of b a n k s ___,___ 14,227.42 .Total dep._ .$4,331,587.62 Total  _ __________ ___$4,589,899.98  BANK OF ELKINS, ELKINS Population 350. Chartered June 1, 1912. O fficers J. E. Bunch____President & Cashier Clyde W est__________ Vice President Oscar W est_______ _____ Asst. Cashier  Washington County Transit Number 81-506 Directors J. E. Bunch Roe Stokenbury J. C. Reed Clyde West J. P. Stokenbury  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and d is co u n ts ____$151,211.00 U, S. Gov’t obligations-- 581,300.00 Furniture and fixtures __ 590.48 Banking house ____ 1.00 Other real estate_____ ___ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 155,152.02  Liabilities Capital stock* __________ 25,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 10,000.00 Undivided profits ______ _ 6,543.22 Reserves _ --------------------6,000,00 Demand deposits _____— 590,165.04 Time d e p o s it s __ ___,_____ 215,547.24 Public funds _____ 35,000.00 Total deposits _$840,712.28  Total _ _______________ $888,255,50 Total - ______________-$888,255,50 ♦First preferred stock with par value of $6,000.00 and common stock with par value of $19,000.00.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  42  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF ENGLAND. ENGLAND Population. 2,027.  Lonoke County  Chartered August 2.'!, 1898.  Transit Number H -213  Officers E. A. Carl L e e ____________ President B. F, Murchison______Vice President Seth Boles, J r---------------------- Cashier H. P, Bell_____________Asst. Cashier  Seth Boles, Jr, E. A. Carl Lee L e w is  Directors D. P. Mashburn. Jr. B. F. MurchLon  Rauton  Thomas Murehis -n  Statement o f June 30. 1947 Resources Loans and discounts U. S. Gov't obligationsOther bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures_ Banking h o u s e ________ Other real e s t a t e ______ Cash and due from banks Other r e s o u r c e s _______  Liabilities Capital stock _________ Surplus fund _________ Undivided profits _____ Demand deposits ______ Time d e p o s its _________ Public funds ___________ Total dep__ 81,010.269.56  520,737.89 351,064.25 2.953.57 1,00 5,000,00  1.00 253,438.38  1.00  $1,133,197.09  Total _  25,000,00 40,000,00 51,927,53 910,993.22 24,159.83 81,116.71  Total _  $1,133,197.09  THE CITIZENS BANK, ENGLAND Lonoke County  Population, 2,027. Chartered January 14, 1931.  Transit Number 81-492  Officers  Directors  Ben B. Morris____ ,_______ President Lois Rutherford-Vice Pres. & Cashier J. O. DuPree__________ Asst. Cashier  W. G. Cunning Ben B. Morris  Lois Rutherford J. E. Swaini  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts___ $ 234,327.65 Overdrafts _ _________ 31.57 U. Si Gov’t obligations. 874,100,00 Furniture and fixtures __ 1.00 Banking house _______ 1.00 Other real estate______ 4.00 Cash and due from banks 413,083.61 Other resources _____ 1.00  Capital stock _________ 30,000.00 Surplus fund__________ 30,000.00 Undivided profits______ 41,115.09 Reserves ______________ 16,048.61 Demand deposits ______ 1,248,738.25 Time deposits ___ .______ 7,477.72 U. S. Gov’t deposits___ 15,490.69 Public funds __________ 132,679.47 Total dep-.$1,404,386.13  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,521,549.83  Total  .$1,521,549.8?  Thirty-Third Report  43  THE EUDORA BANK, EUDORA Population, 1,808.  Chicot County  Chartered December 23, 1930. Officers W. W. G ru b b s __________ President C. B. B ow m an ________ Vice President Sam Bowman _____________ Cashier Ben B r o w n _____ • ______ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-334  Directors A. G. Anderson W. W. Grubbs C. B. Bowman J. M. McLeod Sam Bowman H. F. Scott E. T. Fashion R. T. Stephenson  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ Overdrafts _____________ U. S. Gov’t obligations-Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures-_ Banking h o u s e ________ Cash and due from banks  270,038.15 81.20 589,200.00 225,522.77  1.00 5,000.00 372,688.33  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ J 50.000. 00 Surplus f u n d __________ 25.000. 00 Undivided p r o f i t s _____ 42,525.07 R e s e r v e s _______ ________ _ 7,500.00 Demand deposits________ 955,633.23 Time d e p o s its _________ 212,767.12 U. S. Gov’t deposits___ 18,463.75 Public funds__________ 150,642.28  Total dep.__$1,337,506.38 $1,462,531.45  Total  T o t a l ______ - _________$1,462,531.45  BANK OF EUREKA SPRINGS. EUREKA SPRINGS Population, 1,770, Chartered May 4, 1912. Officers C. A. Fuller ______ _________ President Ray Freeman_____ ___ Vice President D. Simpson _________________ Cashier  Carroll County Transit Number 81-472 Directors Ray Freeman L. G. Roark C. A. Fuller D. Simpson Dr. J. F. John Richard R. Thompson  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts_____ $154,667.54 1,222.11 O v erd rafts_______________ U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 539,460.00 Other bonds and securities 16,452.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 4,864.78 Banking h o u s e _________ 1,800.00 Other real estate________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks- 241,230.18 Other re so u rce s __________ 122.00 Total — — _______ ----$959,819.61   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ______________ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d _____________ 20,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 8,743.06 Demand deposits ___ 651,116.19 Time d e p o sits__________ 178,284.64 U. S. Gov’t deposits______ 7,568.34 Public f u n d s _____________ 69,107.38 Total deposits -$906,076.55 Total - ______ - ______ ___ $959,819.61  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  44  BANK OF EVENING SHADE, EVENING SHADE Population, -147.  Sharp Comity  ('hartered February 5. J901. Officers .1. O. Lama si__________ __ President Otto Cathey__________ Vice President E. B. Metcalf______________ Cashier J. B. M etcalf__________ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number XI-346  Directors Otto Cathey E. 11. Metcalf J. M. Causbie O. S. Westmoreland J. 0 . Taman  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Kev.nirreiLoans and discounts--------- $ 3l.09K.83 U S. Gov’t obligations___ 335,030.40 2,007.37 Other bonds and securities 1.00 Furniture and fixtu res__ 1.00 Banking h o u s e __________ Cash and due from banks... 182,344.27  Liabilities 8 10 , 000,00 Capital stock Surplus fund . 11, 000.00 Undivided profits__ ______ 1,439.25 Reserves _________________ 415,81 Demand deposit:- . ______ 444,455.10 Time deposits __________ 3.00 Public f u n d s _____________ 84,429.01 Total deposits^ _$528,887.71  .$551,742.77  Total  Total  $551,742.77  MelLKOY BANK, FA YE TTE V ILLE  Population, 8,212.  Washington County  Chartered December 24, 1892. Officers Hayden Mcllroy -----------------President James H. Kays_V. Pres. & Tr. O fficer Berry V a u g h a n ______ Vice President J. B. McConnell--Vice Pres. & Secy. Powers L. Fowler.Asst, V. President Eleanor Sheppard______ Asst. Cashier R. E. Buck_____________Asst. Cashier Zelma W. Farm er______ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-87  Directors R. D. Bogart Herbert L. Thomas Med Cashion Berry Vaughan J. K. Gregory Clifton Wade James H. Kays Marion Wasson J, B. McConnell W. C. W hitfield Hayden M cllroy Paul Young George Melbotirn  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and d iscou n ts____$2,553,920.67 Overdrafts _____________ 986.66 U. S. Gov’t obligations-- 3,070,314.95 Other bonds and securities 417,235.17 Furniture and fixtu res, 26,896.07 Banking h ou se________ 62,953,28 Cash and due from banks 1,958,628.52  Other resources_______  Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  3,460.81  .$8,094,396.13  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ___________$ 100,000.00 Surplus f u n d __________ 100,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ 136,222.37 R e s e r v e s ____________ 74,034.79 Demand deposits ______ 4,705,631.22 Time d e p o s its _________ 1,178,228.60 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ 121,544.54 Public f u n d s _______ .___ 1,123,531.09 Deposits o f Ranks______ 555,203.52 Total dep--$7,684,138.97 Total  .$8,094,396.13  Thirty-Third Report  45  FORDYCE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, FORDYCE Population, 0,420.  Dallas County  Charioted January S, 1931. Officers President L. L. Trussell ______ C, F. S tu r g is ________ Vice President E. C. Benton__Active Vice President Paul Offutt ________________ Cashier Jack Hearnsberger_____Asst. Cashier Mrs. M. S, Smith__ ___ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-127 Directors Oliver Anthony Paul Offutt E. C. Benton YV. D. Stell, Jr. H. B. Benton C. F, Sturgis H. E. Dedman L. L. Trussell B. A, Mayhew S. A. Williams  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources ,214.90 Loans and discounts.. .$ 077.38 Overdrafts * * .. ______ U. S. Gov’t obligations-. 1. 117 ,900.79 Cither bonds ami securities 158 .375.34 207.80 Furniture and fixtures. ,574.46 ____ _ Banking house 720 .329.33 Ca sh and due fro m banks  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ______ ____ ^ 50,000.00 Surplus fund ______ 50,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ___ 56,430.26 R e s e r v e s_____ . _. 3.420.47 1.754.391.85 Demand deposits __ Time deposits . __ „ _ 521,254.65 26,023.66 U. S. Gov’t deposits Public funds ____ 175.865.34 5.893.77 Deposits o f banks___ _ Total dep. --$2,483,429.2'  Total ________________ $2,643,280.00  Total - _______________ $2,643,280.00  PL IN TERS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, FORREST CITY Population. 5,699. *’ hair.o-ed Api s! 15. 1921.  Officers Dean I‘ resident J, B. Fletcher. Exec Vice President . V 'ce President C. T. 1>oss__ G. B. F og g . .Cashier Ass . Cashier Dione Kennedr . As< . CaCner J. If. Calhoun S. ,1.  St. Francis County Trail':!5 Numbc si 1 l.:  Directors r. X. } Iaeon B. Belshe Henr\ T. Haven O. <'rowdy J. Dean Louis F. Haven. Jt. T. Do<s Mis. II. B. Rol linson B. Fletcher Sam Sharpe ( ’ . C. Fogg K. R. Wilkerson II. \V. Gregory Jamio F \Y«.]f,.  E. J. S. C. J.  Statement o f June 30. '937 Resources Loans and discount'-____31.623,221.94 Overdi afts . - 817.30 U. S. Gov’ t obligations-- 1,870,100.01 Other bonds and securities 356.375.06 Furniture and fixtu res*. 4,790.00 Other real estate 12,100.00 Cash and due from banks 1*77.113.58 Other resources .. 7,511.26  Liahilitie" Capital stock _ lutl.oOO.Od Surplus fund - __ ___ 5(1,000.00 Undivided profits _ __ 51,434.49 Reserves _______ 18,507.77 Demand deposits * - . . 2,933,218.50 Time deposits _______ 828,649.22 IT. S. Gov’t deposits* * 45,937.96 Public funds __ __ - . 806,809,00 Deposits o f banks-* _ 21.972.16 Total dep. *$4,180,586,.84  T otal__________ - — -$4,351,529.10  T otal_____________ --$4,351,529.10   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  46  State of Arkansas: Bonk Department  ARK AN SA S V ALLEY TRUST COMPANY, FORT SMITH (Not engaged in commercial banking) Population, 06,584.  Sebastian County  Chartered February 12, 1906. Officers Frank W . Youmans _______ President Leon E. W erntz______ Vice President Mrs. Walter T, Gosman Secretary-Treasurer  Evangel T atu m ._Asst, Sec.-Treasurer  Transit Number 81-571 Directors Harry P, Daily Ander K. Orr S. Bernie Harpet R, J. Speer Dr, E. C.Moulton Leon E, Werntz Dr. H. Moulton Frank W. Youmans Jerome Ney  Statement of June :.n, 1:M7 Resources Loans and d is co u n ts ------$161,929.94 Othei bonds and securities 1.500.09 Furniture and fixtures . _ 14.162.s55 Banking* h o u s e __________ 69,238.07 100.On Othei real estate________ Cash and due from banks. 55,548.66 Other resources _________ 171,307.07 Total _ ________________ >413,840.39  Liabilities Capital .stock . __________ 150,000,00 Surplus fund ____________ 30,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s _______ 33.596.27 Reserves . ______________ 1*3,217.98 Other liabilities _________ 184,032.14  Total _ ___  . . . _____>413.840.39  THE BANK OP FRANKLIN, FRANKLIN Population. 100. Chartered June 13, 1905. O fficers W . A. Gaston______________ President J. W . Cooksey________ Vice President R. M. Standerford__________ Cashier Estelle Gaston________ Asst. Cashier  Izard County Transit Number 81-338 J. S. Box J. W . Cooksey W . A . Gaston  .Directors Sallie M. Simpson E. M, Standerford  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts_____ $109,9315.99 Overdrafts _ ____________ 22.57 U. S. Gov’t obligations____ 76,550.00 Other bonds and securities 2,641.32 Furniture and fixtures__ 1.00 Banking h o u s e ___________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 59,051.89 Other re so u rce s-------------306.00  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ___________ 10,000.00 Surplus f u n d _______ 6 ,000.00 Undivided profits ______ 4,346.78 Demand deposits ________ 217,101.61 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 801.96 Public funds ____________ 10,260.42 Total deposits _$228,163,99  Total _ _______________ $248,510,77  Total _ _______________ $248,510.77   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  47  Thirty-Third Repo rt  BANK  OF GLEN WOOD, GLENWOOD  Population. S54.  Pike County  Charteied December 27, 1912.  O fficers — . President John Golden------777 A. O’N eal_____ .W ir e President 9 I . Pinkerton- Vice President Rufu< B, Paslay. ____ . Cashier I>ons Hutchings. Cashiei  Transit Number 81-343  Directors R. W . Brakefield W . A . O’Neal C. R, Cantrell Rufus B. Paslay John Golden J. L. Pinkerton G. S. Lindsey  .Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts___ •< -7 M 162.04 Overdrafts - ____ - . 45.31 If. S. Gov't obligations-. " * 5 2 ,2 5 1 hither bonds and seeuriCe? 6,43k.00 Furniture and fixtures 1.00 Banking house _______ 1.00 Cash and due from bank’27,413.94 A ther resou rces . 1,00 T-'ta'  ..  ....  Liabilities Capital stock ____ ___ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d _______ ___ 15,000.00 . Undivided p r o f i t s _____ 15,301.40 Demand d e p o s its ___ ___ 1,005,878.07 Time d e p o s its _________ 125,782.13 Public f u n d s ___________ 15,074.09 Total dep.  _$1,146,512.29  -------------- ——  . <iA*B,si:UA  Total  -  -________ ____ $1,201,813.69  BANK OF GRAVETTE, GRAVETTE Population, 865.  Benton County  Chartered February 28, 1898. Officers J. T. Edmondson. ________ President Philo Rodgers____.____Vice President Tom Cawood________________ -Cashier  Uther Kindley________ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-289 Directors Stokes Ballard Allen McAllister Tom Cawood C. E. McAllister J. T. Edmondson Philo Rodgers J. T. Edmonson, Jr.  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources Loans and discounts . ■< 3 3 .”.,4*38.09 Overdrafts _____________ 1,855,30 17 S. Gov’t obligations- .. 6*4,500.00 Other bonds and securities 7,438,11 Furniture and fixture*27815.00 Banking house . 5.500,00 Othei real estate ______ 1.00 < a~b and due from bank96.7,834.74 Total  .   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  ..  <1,69L412N4  Liabilities Capital stock __________ 25,000.00 Surplus fund _______ 25,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ____ ___ 18,233.10 Demand d e p o sits________ 1,553,548.34 Time d e p o s its -------------64,944.05 Public funds _________ _ 12,687.35 Total dep, -§1,631,179.74 ---------------- -—T o t a l _____ ___________§1,697,412.84  48  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  FARM ERS BANK, GREENWOOD Population, 1,219.  Sebastian County  Chartered August 7, 1907. Officers W. N. Wilkinson__________ President I. M. McClendon______ Vice President Means Wilkinson Vice Pres. & Cashier Alice Holland_________ Asst. Cashier Geo. A. Henry________ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-228 Mrs. C. 0 . J. L. Grey  Directors W. Lee Been 1. M. McClendon Bell Means Wilkinson Johnson W. N. Wilkinson McClendon  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ U. S. Gov’t obligations___ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures_ Banking house ________ Other real estate_______ Cash and due from banks Total  Liabilities  270,539.67 615.500.00 105.575.00 2,000.00 1.00 1.00 419,643.81  .$1,413,260.48  Capital s t o c k ___________! Surplus f u n d ___________ Undivided p r o f i t s ______ Demand d ep osits_______ Time d e p o s its _________ Public f u n d s __________ Total dep._-$1,337,605.38 Total  25.000. 00 25.000. 00 25,655.10 946,138.44 208,944.76 182,522.18  .$1,413,260.48  THE FIRST BANK, GRIFFITHVILLE Population, 224. Chartered November 6, 1905. Officers James A. Neaville, Sr-------- President James A. Neaville, Jr._Vice President Ralph N e a v ille ______________ Cashier Mrs. Carol G riffin _____ Asst. Cashier  White County Transit Number 81-347 Directors Mrs. Claudia L. Grissom James A. Neaville, Jr. James A. Neaville, Sr. N. B. Smith  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts______ $ 37,301.65 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 120,000.00 300.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house ___________ 1,200.00 Cash and due from banks- 149,212.28  Total __________________ $308,013.93  Liabilities Capital sto c k * ____________$ 8,500.00 Surplus f u n d ___________ 1,500.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ 4,310.13 Reserves _______________ 1,799.08 Demand d e p o s its ________ 280,878.19 Time d e p o sits ____________ 538.46 U. S. Gov’t deposits______ 18.75 Public f u n d s _____________ 10,469.32 Total deposits -$291,904.72 Total __________________ $308,013.93  *First preferred stock with par value o f $5,000.00 and common stock with,  par value o f $3,500.00.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  TMrty-Third Report  49  CLARK COUNTY BANK, GURDON Population, 2,045 < bartered A m r ^ i  i, PNC,  Officers F. IL Rudolph , President \V. 1. \Yilkie_ - . Vice President W, Roy Abbott, . . - __ Cashier Mrs. f.ewGvn Kdwaid' Amt <’ashiei  Clark County T ran sit Number 81-149 Direchu-  W. Rov Abbott H. T. Ross Earl II. Frizzell F. II. Rudolph ,1. E. McMillan W. I Wilkie  Statement of •Jum IP. 1947 Resources Loans and discounts _ 9369,189.33 Overdrafts ............ - . . 4.17 1T, S. Gov't obligations - _ 22tj,200.00 Other bond? and securities 08,975.00 Furnitui e and fixtures. _ 0.456.05 ("ash due from banks. - 289,346,13  inabilities Capital stock __________ $ 25.000.00 Surplus fund _____ 18,000.00 Undivided profits _____ . 16.014.49 R eserves_____________ __ 245.12 Demand deposits ____ 719,482.40 Time deposits __ . . 187,164.01 U, S. Gov’t deposits___ _ .1.667.65 Public funds - .. 67.597.01 Total deposits .$927.'911.07  Total _______________ ___$987,170.68  Total __________________ $987,170.68  FARMERS BANK. HAMBURG Population, 1,939. Chartered March 10, 1941. Officers W. E. F o o t e _______________President Frank N. Pugh.Active Vice President S. A. Wilcoxon________ Vice President Leslie J. Serrett_______________Cashier Lucille B. Serrett______ Asst. Cashier  Ashley County Transit Number 81-181 Directors W. E. Foote Leslie J. Serrett Leroy Higginbotham B. R. Smith Murphy Jones V. W. Walker Frank N. Pugh S. A. Wilcoxon  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 140,350.65 U. S. Gov’t obligations.- 1,067,237.57 Other bonds and securities 1,000.00 Cash and due from, banks 211,712.51  Liabilities Capital stock ___________$ 25,000,00 Surplus f u n d ___________ 35,000.00 Undivided profits ______ 18,583.62 Demand d e p o s its ___ - __ 1,252,211.90 Time deposits _________ 11,606.35 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 12,505,82 Public funds _________ 65,393.04 Total dep.__$l,341,717.11  Total ________________ $1,420,300.73  Total ________________ $1,420,300.73   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  50  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CALHOUN COUNTY BANK, HAMPTON Population, 888. Chartered October 28, 1908. Officers B. W . H arrell----------------------President Searcy Harrell__Vice Pres. & Cashier Leu H a rre ll____________Asst. Cashier  Calhoun County Transit Number 81-353 Directors A. B. Garrett E. C. Johnston B. W . Harrell I. C. Strickland Fay Harrell A. G. Wood Searcy Harrell  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 258,175.87 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 540,506.47 Other bonds and securities 125,931.58 2.000.00 Furniture and fixtures_ Banking house ________ 4.000.00 1.00 Other real estate_______ 182,355.10 Cash and due from banks  Liabilities  Capital s t o c k ___________ Surplus f u n d ___________ Undivided p r o fi t s ______ Demand d ep osits________ Time d ep osits___________ U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ Public funds____________ Total dep._$1,032,711.87 Other liabilities  ,$1,107,989.82  Total  25.000. 00 25.000. 00 21,211.99 813,503.54 99,860.03 3,850.00 115,498.30 4,045.96  .$1,107,969.82  Total  THE BANK OF HARRISBURG, HARRISBURG Population, 1,193. Chartered December 2, 1930.  Poinsett County Transit Number 81-893  Officers Directors T. T. M a r d is --------------------President John Gant T. T. Mardis John G a n t ------------------Vice President ^ Mrs. D. M. Mardis Wm. S. M a r tin ______________ Cashier Mrs. Edith W . Dameron, Asst. Cashier Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____1 163,760.91 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 760,700.00 Furniture and fixtures_ 1,407.10 Banking h o u s e _________ 3,500.00 Cash and due from banks 202,547.55  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$1,131,915.56  Liabilities Capital stock____________ ; 25,000.00 Surplus fund _________ 27,500.00 Undivided profits_______ 3,965.80 Demand deposits ______ 1,011,384.95 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 4,228.77 Public f u n d s ___________ 59,838.04 Total dep— $1,075,449.76 Total  .$1,131,915.56  51  Thirty-Third Report  COMMERCIAL BANK, HARRISON Population, 4,238, ( ’haltered Juh 7 1344. Officer? F, L, Coffman _____. _ _ Presid-mt V D. W illis......... .......... Vice President pr. D. L. Owens______ Awe President T. W . Rogers- - . . . . . . . Basluer  Sta’  Boone Bounty Ti an-dt Number 81-746 Pirectors W . T. Bradley E. E. Pippen F. L. Coffman F. J. Stewart T. L. Jackson V. P. Willis Dr. D, L. Owen? J. O, Wilson .in, 19 IT  of  Resources Loans and discount? . ? i»74,307.1 3(12,000.OP U. S. Gov't obligations 14,950.40 Uther bond' and securities Furniture and fixture?. 24,026.27 420,792.12 and due from bank-  Liabilities Capital stock - . . _ _S 60,000.00 Surplus fund ________ 15,000.00 20,084.17 Undivided profit,- ______ R< ?erves . . _ .. ____ 943.28 Demand depo?its _____ 1,299,249.16  Time d e p o s its _________ Public f u n d s ___________ Deposits o f banks______ Total dep. ..$1,539,048.49 Total  Total  $1,635,075.94  122,547,88 111,288.53 5,983.12  .$1,835,075.94  THE SECURITY BANK, HARRISON  Population, 4,238.  Boone County  Chartered November 20, 1931.  Officers L. T. C.C. E.  A. Watkins___ -President C. Heuer___________ Vice President Alexander_Exee. Vice President R. T i m s _______________ __Cashier  J. B, Reddoch__ ___ ___ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-704  Directors C. C. Alexander T. C. Heuer Roy L. Baker J. M. Bullock A. C. Christenson  W. O.Newton E. R, Tims _ L. A. Watkins  D. E, Fitton  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$1,539,846.70 O v erd ra fts____________ 440.68 U .S. Gov’t obligations__ 2,259,300.00 Other bonds and securities 85,957.36 Furniture and fixtures _ 1.00 Banking house ____ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 1,405,530.49  Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $5,291,077.23  Liabilities Capital s to c k ---- ----------- $ 100,000.00 Surplus f u n d ----------------100,000.00 Undivided p r o fits -------- 46,466.40 Demand deposits________ 4,080,265.85 Time deposits — -------------737,541.36 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ 10,573.97 Public funds------------201,524.98 Deposits of banks---------14,704.67 Total dep.— $5,044,610.83  Total  .$5,291,077.23  52  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  PRAIRIE COUNTY BANK, H AZEN Population, 819. Chartered July 17, 1945.  Prairie County Transit Number 81-750  Officers Directors H. B. Robinson J. J. Sereeton________________ President L. P. Ayeock L. P. Aycock_____________Yice President J. O. Crowly J. J. Sereeton R. C. Hartlieb, V. President & Cashier H. J. Hall Ezra Shoop Grace O. Stallings______ Asst. Cashier R. H. Hammond J. J. Watterson R. C. Hartlieb Statement of June 80, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts______ $179,052.50 Overdrafts ______________ 345.20 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 109,067.51 Other bonds and securities 427,262.40 4,983.01 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking h o u s e __________ 6,844.25 Cash and due from banks- 261,276.21 Other re so u rce s_________ 232.99  Liabilities Capital stock ______ $ 50. ,000..00 Surplus fund --------- 10,,000..00 Undivided profits ._____ 15.,061,.15 456..52 Reserves Demand deposits ______ 666.,083.,18 ___ 84,,635..56 Time deposits _ 3.,525. 74 U. S. Gov’t deposits.______ Public funds _____ 159,,301..92 Total deposits _$913.,546.40  T o t a l __________________ $989,064.07  Total  _____$989, ,064..07  THE CLEBURNE COUNTY BANK, HEBER SPRINGS Population, 1,656. Chartered December 16, 19 Officers Dr. L. E. Robbins__________ President Elbert C. Sherlock____Vice President Jerome Johnson _____________Cashier Nevalvnn Johnson_____Asst. Cashier  Cleburne County .  Transit Number 81-175  Directors Dr. L. E. Robbins O. C. Dickson Mrs. O. B. Robbins W . R. G riffin W . H. Robbins Jerome Johnson Louis Steeker Joe N. Robbins W . L. Deal  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ U. S. Gov’t obligations-Other bonds and securities Furniture and fix tu res-Banking h o u s e _________ Cash and due from banks  Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  273,574.72 385,443.75 206,250.00 1.00 4,500.00 579,420.89  $1,449,190.36  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ $ 30,000.00 Surplus f u n d ___________ 35,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ 49,735.96 Reserves _______________ 1,000.00 Demand d ep osits_______ 1,271,246.38 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 5,006.25 Public f u n d s ___________ 57,201.77 Total d e p - -$1,333,454.40 Total  $1,449,190.36  53  Thirty-Third Report  GU ARAN TY LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY, HELENA (N ot engaged in. commercial banking) Population, 8,456.  Phillips County  Chartered February 0, 1910. Officers M. II. R e a d y ____ _____ __ . .Piesident Dewey Moon* ______ Vice President H. 11. White .Secretary & Treasurer  Transit Number 81-64  S. H. Hurst C. E. Mayer D. Moore E, C. Nelson  Directors H. G. Stephens Jos. P. Sw ift M. R, Ready  Statement of June As, l'.M7 LiabilitiesCapital stock _______ ____ S 50,000.00 Surplus fund _______ 12,500.00 Undivided p rofits________ 6,866.66 R eserves_______ ______ 290.85 Trust d e p o s its __________ 54,207,8:1 Total deposits _$ 54,207.8:]  Resources Loans and discounts___ _$ 70,081.41 U S. Gov’t obligations__ 16500,00 Other bomi- and securities 1.000.00 Furniture and fixtures. . 1.00 1.00 Other real estate_________ Cash and due from banks 44,126.14 Other re-eenves . . . 2.621 Jin  other liabilities . _ ............ T.>tai  ............... _  Total . . ___  SI 27.620.55  6,685,81  ..$127,660.55  V ALLEY BANK, HINDSVILLE Population, 262.  Madison County  Chartered November 8, 1907. Officers Adry Gaskill ______________ President H. L. M ayfield________ Vice President Fred E. Reed ________________ Cashier  Lloyd A. Linebarger____Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-362  Directors Win. B. Bunch Tom Hargis C. F. Fitch Lloyd A. Linebarger Adry Gaskill H. L, Mayfield J, R. Hargis  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resource-;  Liabilities  Loans and discounts______ 8 54,194.08 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 178,300.00 Other bonds and securities 7,000,00 Furniture and fixtures__ 300.00 Banking house __________ 775.00 Cash and due from banks. 47.154.65  Capital stock ____________$ 10,000.00 Surplus fund ____________ 10,000.00 2,687.41 Undivided profits _______ R e s e r v e s _________________ 5,290.67 Demand d e p o sits ________ 187,909.04 Time d e p o sits------------------ 81,856.61 Public fu n d s _____________ 10,000.00 Total deposits _$259,785.65  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  _ $ 287, 723.73  T otal  $ 287, 723.73  54  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF HOLLY GROVE, HOLLY GROVE Population, 755. Chartered March 12, 1903. Officers M. P. W alls_______________ President J. I. Matthews _________Vice President Taylor Claiborne _______ — Cashier Mary P a tterson _______ Asst. Cashier  Monroe County Transit Number 81-275 Directors B. J. Lambert John B. Moore B. J, Lambert, Jr. M. P. Walls J. I. Matthews O. M. Washington J. W. Mayo  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 173,869.60 257.15 Overdrafts .— __________ U. S. Gov’t obligations. _ 659,500.00 15,250.00 Other bonds and securities 1.00 Furniture and fixtures. _ 1,800.00 Banking h o u s e ________ _ 1.00 Other real estate____— Cash and due from banks 287,134.25 $1,137,813.00  Total  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ___________$ Surplus f u n d ___________ Undivided p r o fits ______ Demand deposits________ Time deposits __________ U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ _ Public funds_____________ Total dep._-11,048,386.58  30,000.00 50,000.00 9,426.42 810,787.25 75,009.94 1,439.21 161,150.18  ,$1,137,813.00  Total  HORATIO STATE B ANK , HORATIO Population, 809. Chartered May 15, 1905.  Officers C. E. Hendrix O. T. BrinkleyMazie Gallaher F. E. P oole___  ______President Vice President ________Cashier ____ -Secretary  Sevier County Transit Number 81-342 Directors O. T. Brinkley Lilia S. Hendrix F. R. Ethridge L. O. Shull C. E. Hendrix  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts_______$428,637.33 Capital stock ______________ $ 25,000.00 301.62 15,000.00 Overdrafts ___________ Surplus f u n d ____ _______ U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 130,541.00 Undivided profits_______ 5,639.15 Other bonds and securities 16,068.25 Demand deposits_____ ____ 582,299.42 Furniture and fixtures_______________ 1,500.00 Time D ep osits ____________ 133,817.50 Other real estate_____ ____ 2.00 Public fu n d s ______________ 56,445.80 Cash and due from banks- 241,134.67 Total deposits -$772,562.72 Other resources______ ___ 17.00 T o t a l ___________________ $818,201.87   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ___________________ $818,201.87  Thirty-Third Report  55  A RK AN SAS TRUST COMPANY, HOT SPRINGS Population, 21,370. Chartered April 18, 1907.  Garland County Transit Number 81-51  Directors Officers D. Burgauer F. L. Thompson D. Burgauer________________President E. M. Thrash Dewell Jackson Geo. H. Sexton ______ __Vie.e President Warren W . Wilson Frad Krone Dewell Jackson_Vice Pres. & Cashier E. F. Woodcock Carl E. Miles Norton Meek, Jr.________________Asst.Cashier Clarence J. Horner  Geo. H. Sexton M. Schnebelen___________________ Asst.Cashier C. J. Clements___________________ Asst.Cashier R. E. Jones ... ........... Asst. Cashier Statement of June 30, T947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts-- $ 1.139.965.26 Overdrafts ... ______. . 878.81 Tb S. Gov’t obligations. 8.184,036.69 Other bonds and securities 415,180.28 Furniture and fixtures. 19,393.68 Banking house .. 45,000.00 Cash and due from banks 3,004,229.88 Other resources . . _ .'2.516.81  Capital stock-------- ------ ._$ 200,000.00 Surplus f u n d ___ ,_____ 200,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ____ _ 256,510.66 R eserv es_______ ________ 63,916.73 Demand deposits_______ 9,791,148.54 Time deposits — _______ 1,253,811.41 U. S. Gov’t deposits— _ 62,406.96 Public f u n d s ---------------974,855.13 Total dep._$12,082,222.04 Other liabilities ________  Total ________________ $12,861,201.41  58,551.98  Total ________________ $12,861,201.41  NEWTON COUNTY BANK, J \SPER Population. 412. ( ‘ham red Man-h 24, 1903,  Newton County  Transit Number 81-371 Directors  Officers ______ President 0 . A. M o o r e ______ W . J. Pruitt- ______ --V ice President J. W . Moore ________ . . . _Cashier Alta Gordon . .Asst. Cashier Rymer Tvvyman . . . ____ Asst. Cashier  Guy A. Moore J. W . Moore O. A. Moore  W . W . Moore W. J. Pruitt  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts Overdrafts ___________ . U. S. Gov’t obligations. Furniture and fixtures. Banking n«iuse . Cash and due from banks  Total  Liabilities 61.553.25 32.37  2*90,777.80 640.80 720.00 653,717.16  _______ _________ $1,007,441.38  Capital stock*______ ____! Surplus f u n d ___________ Cndivided profits _____ Reserves ................ .......... Demand deposits ________ Public f u n d s ___________ Total deposits $964,558.83 Total  25,000.00 5.000. 00 4,882.55  8. 000. 876,440.46 88,118.37  $1,007,441.38  ^First preferred stock with par value of $8,000.00 and common stock with par value of $17,000.00.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  00  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  56  CITIZENS BANK OF JONESBORO, JONESBORO Population, 11.729.  Craighead County  Chartered July 2h, 1919.  Transit Number 81-613  Officers M, L. M cK inney ___________President S. V. M cK in n ey ______ Vice President C. V, M cK in n ey _____________Cashier Major W. G riffin ______ Asst. Cashier  Directors  C. V. McKinney S. Y. McKinney M. L. McKinney  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____32,965,038.39 Overdrafts _____________ 387.IK Id S. Gov't obligations-_ 2,260,777.09 Other bonds and securities 6,292,19 Furniture and fix tu res-1.00 Cash and due from banks 2.835,373.83  Liabilities Capital stock ___________ $ 100,000.00 Surplus f u n d ___________ 100,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ 139,776.99 Demand deposits________ 4,547,380.51 Time deposits______ __ 2,346,768.39 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 83,780.49 Public funds __________ 734,378.81 16,584.49 Deposits o f banks-- __ Total dep._-$7,728,892.69  Total ________________ $8,068,669.68  Total _________________$8,068,669.68  MERCANTILE BANK, JONESBORO Population. 11,729.  Craighead County  Chartered January 7, 1932. O fficers G. G. S m ith _______ President Nathan Deutsch_Exec. Vice President J. Lan W illia m s_____________ Cashier R. W . Higginbotham_A sst. Cashier Alberta D ick so n _______ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-72  Directors Nathan Deutsch G. G. Smith A. Faught J. Paul Smith A. J. Florida B. Frank Williams G. H. Florida J. Lan Williams Charles Frierson  Carey S m it h ___________ Asst. Cashier Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources  Loans and discounts____$1,445,010.05 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 3,110,583.23 Other bonds and securities 112,141.03 Furniture and fixtures__ 5,775.00 Banking house__________ 10,600.00 Cash and due from banks 1,626,782.98  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $6,310,892.29  Liabilities Capital s to c k ____________$ 200,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 75,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s _______ 108,393.99 Reserves _________________ 2,250.00 Demand deposits________ 3,759,600.69 Time d ep o sits___________ 1,744,187.20 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 62,859.48 Public fu n d s____________ 318,449.11 Deposits o f banks________ 40,151.82 Total dep._-$5,925,248.30  Total  $6,310,892.29  Thirt.y-Third Report  57  FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, JUDSONIA  Population, 1,011. Chartered May 29, 1913.  White County Transit Number 81-549  Directors Officers W . R. Felts O. C. Waller John A. Henson __________ President J. H. Graves Roy E. Waller J. C. R h e w _____________________ VicePresident John A. Henson Edgar W right 3. H. Graves______________________ VicePresident J. C. Rhew W . R. Felts_____________________ VicePresident P. E. Bauer________________Cashier G. D. Young-____________Asst. Cashier  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts______ $ 26,792.78 U. S. Gov’t obligations____529,500.00 Other bonds and securities 457.65 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking house __________ 1,500.00 Cash and clue from banks. 382,727.52 Total  $940,978.95  Liabilities Capital stock ________ _— $ 17,500.00 Surplus fund_____________ 17,500.00 Undivided profits ________ 22,541.05 Demand d e p o s its ________ 845,326.82 Public f u n d s _____________ 38,111.08 Total deposits .$883,437.90 Total  .$940,978.95  UNION STATE BANK. JUNCTION CITY Popuiai ion, 797. f barter 'd August 28. 1933 Officers 1, A. Brinker _ ... . President 1*. E. Murphy ___ Vice President H. E. Kinard _ . _ . _ Washier ■I, H, Thompson. .  Union County Transit Number 81-232 Directors  1. A. Br inker O. H, Goodwin H. E. Kinard  P. E. Murphy H. J, Williams  Vsst, <'ashier  Statement of June 3«i, 1P47 Resources Loans and discounts_$155,384.32 L S. Gov’t obligations_ 508,100.00 Other bonds and securities 14,416,66 Furniture and fixtures___ 200.00 Banking house. ___ _ 3,500.00 Other real estate______ _ _ 1.00 Cash and due from banks. 257,541.70  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $939,143.68  Liabilities  Capital stock __________ .$ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d _________ . 25,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ___ _ 7,763.70 Reserves ____________ 2,700.00 Demand d e p o s its _______ 719,586.24 Time deposits . 78,444.49 Public f u n d s __________ . _ 80,649.25 Total deposits .$878,679.98 Total  $939,143.68  58  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF KENSETT, KEN SETT Population, 827,  White County  Chartered February 17, 1922. Officers A. P. M ills ________________ President John H. Johnston __ __ Vice President Mrs. TMema Roth____________Cashier  Transit Number 81-849  Directors A. P. Mills J. W . Sloan John H. Johnston  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts______ $ 22,708.01 U. S. Gov't obligations___ 08,000.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 110.00 Banking h o u s e __________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks- 292,506.38 Gthei’ re so u rce s_________ 500.00  Liabilities Capital stock* ___________ $ 1T.50U.00 Surplus fund ______________ 4.000.00 Undivided p r o f it s _________ 1,360.05 Demand d eposits_________ 351.885.46 Public fu n d s _______________ 9,139.38 Total deposits _$361,025.34  T o t a l _______ ___________ $383,885.39  Total ___________________ $383,885.39  * First preferred stock with par value of $3,900.00 and common stock with par value o f $13,600,00.  B ANK OF KEO, KEO Population, 253. Chartered January 13, 1920.  Lonoke County Transit Number 81-631  Officers A . B. C o b b ________________ President A . B. Cobb H. A . Coleman_____ Vice President J. D. Cobb J. D. Cobb__________ .-V ice President S. C. Cobb J. F. C o ffm a n ________________ Cashier  Directors J. F. Coffman H. A. Coleman  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts______ $ 28,817.50 Overdrafts________________ 2.87 U. S. Gov’t obligations ____ 56,000.00 Other bonds and securities 15,577.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Cash and due from banks. 124,258.17 Other resources__________ 26.49  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $224,683.03  Liabilities Capital s t o c k _____________3 15,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 8,000.00 Undivided p ro fits_________ 3,259.19 Demand dep o sits__________ 170,714.35 Time deposits_____________ 2,100.00 U. S. Gov’t deposits______ 1,274.80 Public fu n d s --------------------24,334.69 Total deposits .$198,423.84  Total _  $224,683.03  59  Thirty-Third Report  BANK OF KINGSTON, KINGSTON Population, 200,  Madison County Transit Number 81-467  Chartered April 7, 1911.  Officers A. B. Bunch- ___________ President Tom Hargis . ___Vice President - Cashier Wilson Bunch . - . - __ Win. Eh Bunch-- - -- A>st, Cashier  A. B. Bunch IViIson Bunch II. C. Fields  Directors Tom Haigis H, R. McCracken  St-r omt nt of June 3o, p i 7 Resources Loans and discounts-31,749.25 U. S. Gov’t obligations-. . 162,496.25 Other bonds and securities 12.000.00 Furniture and fixtm es _ 60,00 Banking house .. _ .. 120.00 Other real estate________ 2.00 Fash and due from hanks 117,043.86  I.iabiliiU-  Capital s to c k ____________ 8 10,000.0u Surplus f u n d _________ 10,000.00 Undivided profits - ____ 1,817.05 Reserves ___________ . . . ,3.800.00 Demand deposits ______ 223,145.21 70,709,10 Time d e p o sits_______ Public funds _______ 5,000.00 Total deposits -S298.854.31  Total - . . . _____________ $324,471.36  T o t a l __________ - ______ $324,471.36  BANK OF LAKE VILLAGE, LAKE VILLAGE Population, 2,045.  Chicot County  Chartered October 14, 1937, Officers B. C. C lark_-_____________ President J. B. Gillison----------- -Vice President E. T, Cashion______________-.C ashier James S. Suitt_________ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-598  Ben Angel E. T. Cashion B. C, Clark  Directors J. B. Gillison James Hammond W . C. Lovette  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 320,207.06 ] 12.2(5 Overdrafts _____________ 57.500.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations-11.900.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures . _ 1.00 Banking h o u s e _________ 10,000.00 Cash and due front banks 1,342,663.09  T o t a l _________ ______ $1,742,383.41   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities 50,000.00 Capital s t o c k _________ _$ Surplus f u n d __________. 50,000.00 Undivided p r o fi t s ___________________ 51,094.64 Demand d ep osits_____ _ 1,293,140.48 Time d ep osits__________. 105,777.29 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ 25,231.11 Public f u n d s __ s_____ 167,139.89 Total dep._$1,591,288.77 T o t a l ____- __________ .$ 1 ,7 4 2 ,3 8 3 .4 1  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  60  CITIZENS BANK OP LAVACA, LAVACA  Population, 840. Chartered May 5, 1910.  Sebastian County Transit Number 81-378  Officers J. S. C o ffm a n ____________ President  Horace W a g n e r _____________Cashier  J. S. Coffman I. H. Fielder  Directors W . D. West, Jr.  Statement o f June 3o, 1047 Resources [.oans and discounts_____ S 86,485.77 17. S. Gov’t obligations__ 125,800.00 Other bonds and securities 81,950.60 l.Oo Furniture and fixtu res__ Banking house __________ 1 .(Hi Cash and due from banks, 181,285.14  Liabilities Capital stock ____________ $ 15,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 5,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s _________ 4,437.22 Reserves _____ ____________ 5,000.00 Demand d e p o s its _________ 357365.16 Time d e p o sits____________ 9,533.31 U. S. Gov't deposits______ 336.42 Public f u n d s _____________ 28,701.40 Total deposits _8896.086.29  T o t a l__________________ $425,473.51  T o t a l __________________ $425,473.51  LITTLE RIVER BANK, LEPANTO Population, 1,198.  Poinsett County  Chartered November 21, 1919.  Transit Number 81-622  O fficers D. F. P o r tis _______________President B. H. Murphy_____,_Vice President ________________ Cashier A. T. Bell  Will J. Riddick_________ Asst. Cashier Mrs. R. L. W hite_______ Asst. Cashier  A. T. Bell E. P, Burton W. H. Cross Wayne Eason  Directors B. H. Murphy D. F. Portis J. C. Portis  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources 552,400.49 100.40 Overdrafts _____________ U. S. Gov’t obligations. _ 783,800.00 23,696.44 Other bonds and securities 2,954.04 Furniture and fix tu re s .. 281,913.22 Cash and due from banks Loans and discounts____ 3  T o ta l _   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  ,$1,594,864.59  Liabilities 50,000.00 Capital s t o c k __________ $ Surplus f u n d ___________ 50,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ 23,663.36 Demand d e p o sits_______ 1,281,921.84 Time d ep osits__________ 49,853.17 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 5,450.24 Public f u n d s ___________ 133.975.98 Total d e p ...81,471.201.23 Total _  $1,594,864.59  Thirty-Third Report.  61  PEOPLES BANK AND LOAN COMPANY, LEW ISVILLE Population, 1,314.  Lafayette County  Chartered August 25, 1911.  Transit Number h i-475  >i  Officers W . D. Stewart _____________President J, B. Burton__________ Vice President T. P. Lemay __________ Vice President C. Landes _______ .________ Cashier  I rectors J. B, Burton J. C. Landes P. fb Burtc.n T, P. Lem ay P. lb Burton, J t . W, lb Stewai t ,f. A, Barrel  J.  Statement o f -1um> 2te 1p47 Resources Loans arid discounts____$ O v e r d r a fts _____________ U.S. Gov’t obligations___ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures-Banking house - ________ _ Other real estate________ Cash and due from banks Other resources ________ Total _  Liabilities  Capital stock __ _ .s Surplus fund ______ Undivided profits____ .. Demand deposits - . Time d ep osits____ .. IT S. Gov’t deposits _ „ _ Public funds Total dep.. .$1,124,545.74  235,032.76 368.75 538.862.40 177,659.08 1,174.10 2,500.00 2.00 238,959.96  30,000.00 30,000.00 10,172.63 785,826.81 137,934.51 17,115,05 183 .60y.p7  158.72  T o t a l_______  $1,194,717.77  -  - <1.194.717.77  BANK OF LINCOLN, LINCOLN Population, 720.  Washington County  Chartered March 19, 1903. Officers W, T. Shannon ___________ President J. A. English ________ Vice President B. J. Basden _______________ Cashier  Transit Number 81-384 B. J. Basden E. W . Baugh J. A . English H. A. Lewis  Directors R. H. Pitts S. H. Pitts W. T. Shannon  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts.____$371,088.10 U. S. Gov’t obligations____ 366,060.00 Other bonds and securities 51,683.70 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking house __________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks- 156,176.01  Total ____________ - - — $945,007.81   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities Capital stock . .. 25,,000..00 Surplus fund 25,,000..00 Undivided profits __ _ 25,,830,.92 Demand deposits 706,,718.,57 - 132,,357.,59 Time deposits _ tl. S. Gov’t deposits 5.,364..59 24.,736,.14 Public funds Total deposits -$869,176.,89 Total  _ $945,,007..81  82  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  METROPOLITAN TRUST COMPANY, LITTLE ROCK (N ot engaged in commercial banking) Population, 88,039,. Chartered June 5, 1925,  Pulaski County Transit N u m b er---------- -  Officers  Directors  Justin Matthews, Jr.____ ___ President Somers Matthews_____ Vice President  John P. Matthews__________Secretary Louise Butler____Assistant Secretary  J. P. Matthews Justin Matthews, Jr. Lila B. Matthews Martha D. Matthews Somers Matthews  Stationer* of J u r e  Resources Loans and discounts______ * So,004.81 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 200.00 Other bonds and securities 127.757.30 Furniture and fixtures.. _ 542.00 51,400.54 Other real estate_________ Cash and due from banks- 54.345.21 Other resources - _______ loi.000.o5 Total __________________ *4!5.4ob.7o  3 0 , 1017  Liabilities Capital stock ____________ $250,000.00 Suiplus f u n d _____________  25,000.00  Undivided  77,115.30  profits_______  Reserves___________________ Other liabilities__________  3,045.78 60,245.62  T o t a l ___________________ $415,406.70  WORTHEN BANK A N D TRUST COMPANY LITTLE ROCK  Population, 88,039. Chartered August 4, 1902. ^  Officers  Pulaski County Transit Number 81-7 Directors  Emmet Morris__ Chairman of Boat d W . C. AlLsopp James H. Penick •1ames H. Penick__________ President W . Robert Crow John G. Potts Harry M. Crowe______ Vice President Harry M. Crowe Frank M. Silverman L. E. Dishongh Then C, Treadway James K e ith _________ Tice President Gardner Idle - ________ Idee President Alfred Leymer Booker Worthen John G. Potts________ Tice President Funmet Morris G. A. Zimmerman_____ Vice President L. E. Dishongh__Viee Pres. & Cashier W, G. C o b b ___________________ Asst.Cashier Louis E a s t___________________ Asst,Cashier 1L B, Ehvood__________________Asst,Cashier M. S. Heim___________________ Asst.Cashier M. L. Hogan__________________ Asst.Cashier Melvin L aw son________________ Asst.Cashier E. 0, Manees__________________ Asst.Cashier R. M. Me Cow n_________________ Asst.Cashier D. M. Murphy_________________ Asst.Cashier Booker W orthen_______________Asst,Cashier   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  63  Thirty-Third Report  Statement o f June 80, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts__ $ 5,509,017.70 232.02 O v e r d r a fts ____________ U. S. Gov’t obligations^. 28,590,918.75 Other bonds & securities 4,234,932.22 Furniture and fixtures118,800.00 150,000.00 Banking house _______ Cash and due from banks 16.481,878.58 Other resou rce?_____. . 91,945.55  Inabilities  Capital stock _________ ,$ 1,000,000.00 Surplus f u n d _________ 700,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ____. 207,800.95 Reserves ______________ 49,710.89 Demand deposits _____ 24,015,465.35 Time d e p o s its ________ 10,876,855.78 U. S. Gov’t deposits___ 1,475,992.40 7,583,314.92 Public f u n d s _________ Deposits of banks______ 9,325,068.77 Total dep._$53,276,697.20 Other liabilities _______  Total — ___________ ,_$55,237,522.82  3,313.98  Total _____________ —$55,237,522.82  BANK OF LOCKESBURG, LOCKESBURG Population, 764. Chartered October 14, 1902. Officers M. L. Norwood____- ____ - __President A. P. Boyce.— ______Vice President R. C. Norwood_____ __________Cashier Mrs. R. C. Norwood-___Asst. Cashier  Sevier County Transit Number 81-385 Directors A. P. Boyce M. L. Norwood Mary F. Hampson R. C. Norwood Hugh Latimer  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts _____ $ 75,919.38 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 210,600.00 Other bonds and securities 21,605.26 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking house ________ 1,350.00 Cash and due from banks- 151,529.04  Capital stock* __________ 25,000.00 Surplus fund ___________ 6,000.00 Undivided profits _____ 3,493.04 Reserves _ __________ 4,375.00 Demand deposits ______ .._ 360,954.30 Time deposits ___________ 37,560.40 Public funds _________— 24,121.94 Total deposits -$422,636.64  ___________ ____ $461,504.68  Total _ ___________ ____ $461,504.68  Total -  *First preferred stock with par value of $12,500.00 and common stock with par value of $12,500.00.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  64  FIRST STATE BANK, LONOKE Population, 1,715. Chartered March 9, 1935. Officers J. J. Fletcher______________ President W . H. Bransford______ Tice President Neill Fletcher_-Vice Pres. & Cashier Arthur H erring________ Asst. Cashier  Lonoke County Transit Number 81-200 TV11*£k£*I"HI*C  J. O. Bennett Neill Fletcher W. H. Bransford M. E. Lyons J. J, Fletcher Chas. A. Miller W. W. McCrary, Jr. Guy E. Williams  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and d iscou n ts____$ 82,573.07 U. S. Gov’t obligations. _ 1,072,419.91 Other bonds and securities 78,864.51 Furniture and fix tu re s-1.00 Banking "h ou se________ 1.00 172,269.09 Cash and due from banks  Liabilities Capital stock* ________ 25,000.00 Surplus fund _________ 20,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ 27,155.93 11,526.99 Reserves _ _____________ Demand deposits ______ 1.165,754.31 154,691.35 Public f u n d s __________ Total dep. -$1,320,445.66  T o t a l _________________ $1,404,128.58  T o t a l __________________$1,404,128.58  *First preferred stock with par value of $10,000.00 and common stock with par value of $15,000.00.  FARMERS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, MAGNOLIA Population, 4,326.  Columbia County  Chartered September 26, 1906.  Transit Number 81-163  Officers  Directors  T. S. Grayson_____________ President R. S. Warnock, Jr___ Vice President J. B. Lee______________________ Cashier H. A . Reid____________ Asst. Cashier  R. S. Foster W . N. Paschal T. S. Grayson Mrs. T. H. Reeves W . L. Jameson, Jr. H. A. Reid J. G. Langston J. A . W . Souter J. B. Lee R. S. Warnock, Jr, W . C. Par tee  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts___$ 91,656.53 Overdrafts ______________ 69.77 U. S. Gov’t obligations. 4,655.956.96 Furniture and fixtures4,460.00 Banking house _________ 12,000.00 Other real e s t a te ______ 42.00 Cash and due from banks 1,330,814.65 Other resources_________ 5.00  Capital stock _ _ 50 ,000,,00 , _ 200,,000,,00 Surplus fund Undivided profits 26 ,284..25 Demand deposits 5,118.,900.,81 . _ 376 ,033,.37 Time deposits U. S. Gov’t deposits-_ 20,,724.,68 300 ,636,,71 Public funds Deposits of banks 2.,425,.09 Total dep. -$5,818,720.66  _  ______________$6,095,004.91  Total  -$6,095,  o o  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .91  Thirty-Third, Report  65  BANK OF MALVERN, MALVERN Population, 5,390.  Hot Spring County  Chartered June 24. 1889.  Officers Robert Smith, J r-------- ------ .President J. Elmo Young _______ Vice President R. R. Chamberlain____ Vice President Dr. W . S. Richardson__Viee President Jester Jones_____________ ...C a s h ie r Hester H. Smith_______Asst. Cashier Foy G. Ritchey_________Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-131 Directors Mrs. Flora B. Adams Chas. S. Smith Robt. Smith, Jr. J. Elmo Young R. R. Chamberlain Ray Boyle Dr. W . S. Richardson  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts___8 442,045.04 Overdrafts ______________ 196.41 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 2,140,848.89 Other bonds and securities 34,934.67 Furniture and fixtures... 700.58 2,275.00 Banking house _________ Cash and due from banks 1,047,163.89  50,000.00 Capital stock __________ Surplus fund ___________ 50,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ______ 53,384.24 23,206.31 Reserves ____ ___________ Demand d ep o sits_______ 3,017,499.95 57,092.70 Time deposits _________ U. S. Gov’t deposits____ 29,799.89 Public funds ___________ 376,855.16 Deposits of b a n k s____ _ 16,926.83 Total dep.__$3,498,174.53  Total ________ _________ $3,674,765.08  Total __________________ $3,674,765.08  PEOPLES BANK, MAMMOTH SPRING Population, 666. Chartered February 8, 1921.  Fulton County Transit Number 81-645  Directors  O fficers J. F. M artin.------------ ,---------- President Dell Brown______ _____Vice President Cloy H. Culver_____ ___ ___ ___ Cashier Lem W . Lewis________ _Asst, Cashier  Dell Brown Cloy H. Culver J. F. Martin  J. R. Martin I. M. Plumlee  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resource’. Loans and discounts______ $ 30,019.13  Overdrafts  __  42,05  U. S. Gov’t obligation--.  .  ...  o.Ti.uOO.OO  Furniture and fixtures .35.00 Banking house ____ — 785.00 Cash and due from banks- 178,921.00  Total _  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $ 8 4 3 ,7 0 2 .1 8  Liabilities Capital stock 10,000.00 Surplus fund ____________ 10,000.00 Undivided profits ............. 9,342.86 Demand deposits ________ 787,379.98 U. S. Gov’t deposits___ __ 7,584.30 Public funds __ _________ 19,395.04 Total deposits $814,359.32  Total  $ 8 4 3 ,7 0 2 .1 8  68  State of Arkansas; Bank Department  BANK OF M ANSFIELD, MANSFIELD Population, 1,002.  Sebastian County  Chartered February 18, 1939.  Transit Number 81-249  JJl Gilmer K. Dixon C. C. Graves G. R. Holbrook  O fficers G. R. Holbrook___________ President Gilmer K. Dixon.._____Vice President W . W . Holbrook. ___________Cashier B. R. Holbrook_________ Asst. Cashier  g W . W . Holbrook  G. G. Woods  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and d isco u n ts__ $ 202,924.54 23.90 Overdrafts ------------------843,968.75 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. Other bonds and securities 131.538.88 1.00 Furniture and fixtures— 1.00 Banking house ------------289.319.88 Cash and due from banks  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ___________ 30,000.00 Surplus fund _________ 45,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s _____ 28,822.17 Reserves _ _____________ 7,290.96 Demand deposits ______ 1,088,332.47 Time d e p o s its _______ ,_ 209,142.50 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ 5,779.80 ’Public f u n d s __________ 55,408.28 Total dep._$1,358,662.80  ,$1,487,778.93  Total _  Total _  .$1,467,775.93  FARM ERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, M ARIAN N A Population, 4,449. Chartered January 9, 1942. O fficers H. L. P etty ___________ President W . ¥ . Moye_____ ______Vice President Franklin L. Brown___ ----------- Cashier Mrs. Nelle R. Stallings-Asst. Cashier  Lee County Transit Number 81-744  Directors E. D. Conner W. V. Moye Thos. Gist Ike Panich Glenn U. Miller H. L. Petty John F, Miller W . P. Mixon G. W. Merrifield W. B. Yancey Harvey W. Wilson  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts — 3 653,873.20 Overdrafts ------------------55.49 U. S. Gov’t obligations-293,000.00 Other bonds and securities 2,250.00 Furniture and fixtures — 2,167.88 Cash and due from banks 889,684.88 Other resou rces------------581.87  Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,341,613.38  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ---------------50,000.00 Surplus f u n d ------------25,000.00 Undivided profits _____ 34,084.91 Demand d e p o s its ______ 1,008,074.29 Time d e p o s its _________ 7,000.00 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ 16,905.40 Public f u n d s ---------------187,190.48 Deposits o f b a n k s --------13,358.30 Total dep. -$1,232,528,47 Total _  .$ 1 ,3 4 1 ,6 1 3 .3 8  Thirty-Third Report  67  < n f Z E N S B A N K . M A R IO N P opu lation .  758.  Crittenden C ounty  Chartered March 15. 1938. Officers J. F. F o g le m a n __________ President Perry B a r to n ____ ____ Mice President A. J. L u m p k in ______________ C ashier Mrs. M a r y L. H o s k in s _ _ A s s t. C ashier  Transit Number 81-742 D ire c to rs  Barton Wilson Barton J. F . Fogleman P e rry  A. J. Lumpkin Alex S tire w a lt  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 185,410.48 O v e r d r a fts _____________ 238.62 U . S. Gov’t obligations'! _ 1,046,100.00 Other bonds and securities 82,737.10 Furniture and f i x t u r e s - _ 1.00 Banking house _______ 2,450.00 C ash and due from banks 2 4 6 ,4 9 2 .0 1  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ---------------- $ 40,000.00 30,000.00 Surplus f u n d __________ Undivided profits_______ 12,017.45 Demand d ep osits_______ 1,087,145.14 Time deposits ___________ 78,980.38 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 8,735.94 Public f u n d s ___________ 288,570.30 Total dep— $1,461,411.74  Total - - ______________$1,543,429.19  Total - _______________$1,543,429.19  MARKED TREE BANK, MARKED TREE Population, 2,885. Chartered March 3, 1932. Officers _____________President L. V. R itte r __________ V ic e President A. F. F a l k ______ ______ - ____ Cashier Helen S tew art ,______ Asst. Cashier L. H . G o a d __________ ,_ A s s t. Cashier John B ru n n e r  Stno-m onr of  Resources Loans a n d d iscou n ts— . •' O v e rd ra fts _____________  481.65 8 9 ,3 6 9 .2 7 2 .2 1 4 .4 8 7 5 0.00 4 6 0 ,3 9 0 .3 7  Total __________________ $2,289,165.18   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  T r a n s it N u m b er 8 1 -7 0 5 John B ru n n er M ilton Craft  D irectors H . C. D ew ey L . V . R itte r  June 80, 19 17 Liahilif iv-  2(12,158,41  IT. S. Gov't obligations. . 1.5 8 0 ,3 0 0 .0 0 O ther bonds and securities F u rn itu re and f i x t u r e s . B an k ing h o u s e -----------------C ash and due fr o m banks  Poinsett County  Capital s t o c k ---------------- $ Surplus fu n d ____________  5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0 5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0 U n divided p ro fits _ ____ 3 2 ,0 3 7 .1 8 D em an d d e p o s it s _________ 1 ,9 3 1 ,0 4 9 .1 1 T im e deposits __________ . 1 ,7 7 2 .0 0 U. S . G ov’t d ep o sits______ 2 1 ,6 8 5 .4 6 Public f u n d s _______________ 1 9 6 ,8 7 7 .4 5 D ep osits o f b a n k s-------------5 ,7 4 3 .9 8 T o ta l dep._$2,157,128.00  Total _ ____ ____ _______ $2,289,165.18  68  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THE CITIZENS BANK, M ARSHALL Population, 822,  Searcy County  Chartered February 28, 1940,  Transit Number 81-715  Directors Officers Mary Massey,____President & Cashier J. C. Baker Dewey Massey M, F. Cash Mary Massey A u d Massey ___________ Vice President Leonard Coffman Ancil Mays J. C. Baker ._____________________ Vice President Aud Massey Leo W a t t s _____________ Asst. Cashier Jimmie L. B a tte r sh e ll___ Asst, Cashier Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts------$ 520,624,02 O v e r d r a fts _— ________ 13.75 U. S. Gov’t o b lig a tio n s__ 355,800.00 Furniture and fix tu re s-1,631.34 Banking house --------------9,500,00 Cash and due from banks 216,533.49  Liabilities Capital stock____________$ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d __ _________ 25,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ 10,665.47 Demand d e p o sits_______ 902,849.56 Time deposits__________ 34,986.57 U. S. Gov’t deposits ______ _ 4 ,6 6 8 .7 5 Public f u n d s ______ ________ . T o ta l dep._$1,043,237.13  $ 1 ,1 0 3 ,9 0 2 .6 0  T o ta l _  BANK  OF  T o ta l ___________ _________ $ 1 ,1 0 3 ,9 0 2 .6 0  M ARVELL,  P opu lation , 8 3 0 . C h artered J a n u a ry 8, 1903. O ffic e rs G u y R o b i n s o n ________________P residen t H. B. W i ll i s ______ E x e c . V ice P residen t F . H . W e b s t e r __________ V ice P residen t R ach el S w i f t ____________________ C ash ier E v e ly n S . Cooke_________ A s s t . C ashier  1 0 0 ,7 3 2 .2 5  M ARVELL  P h illip s C ou n ty T r a n sit N u m b e r 8 1 -3 9 3 D irectors K . J. G ra ves R achel S w ift E d m u n d H irsch F . H . W e b ste r W e ld o n Jackson H . B . W illis G u y R obinson  S ta te m e n t o f June 30, 1947 R esou rces L o an s and d iscou n ts_____— $ 2 4 1 ,7 8 5 .4 7 O v e r d r a f t s --------------------------4 6 .5 4 U. S . G ov ’t o b lig a tio n s_____ 4 4 7 ,3 0 0 .0 0 O th er bonds and secu rities 2 1 ,0 0 0 .0 0 F u r n itu r e a n d fix tu r e s — 9 0 0 .0 0 B a n k in g house — ---------- — 4 ,1 5 0 .0 0 O th er real e s ta te -------------- — . 1.00 C ash and due fr o m banks. 1 7 2 ,3 4 0 .6 9  Total  ______ _________ ..$887,523.70   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  L iab ilities C ap ita l stock ________________ $ 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0 Su rp lu s f u n d ____ __________ 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0 U n divided p r o f i t s __________ 3 2 ,1 6 9 .0 6 D em an d d e p o s it s ____________ 7 7 2 ,0 5 0 .8 2 T im e deposits _______________ 3 ,3 5 0 .0 0 Public f u n d s ------------------------ 2 9 ,9 5 3 .8 2 T o ta l deposits .$ 8 0 5 ,3 5 4 .6 4  T ota l ------------------------------ $887,523.70  Thirty-Third Report  69  BANK OF M c C R O R Y , McCRORY Population, 1,010.  W oodruff County  Chartered June 8, 1903. Officers I. N. A r n o f ______ _________ President Vance M. Thompson- - Vice President J. F. Watkins___ Exec. Vice President R. C. Willeox____ ________ ___Cashier  Transit Number 81-261 Directors I. N. A rnof John D. Eldridge, Jr.  Vance M. Thompson  Otto Miller ______ _____ __Asst. Cashier Ruth F i l e s _____ ________Asst. Cashier S ta te m e n t o f June 30, 1947 R esou rces L oan s and disco u n ts_____$ O v e rd ra fts ________________ U . S. G ov ’t o b lig a tio n s -_ O ther bonds and securities F u rn itu re and fix tu r e s __ B an k in g h o u s e ____________ C ash and due fr o m banks  50 3 ,6 2 7 .4 2 4 6 9.29 5 4 7 ,6 0 0 .0 0 2 8 2 ,1 2 5 .5 4 1 ,6 1 4 .5 4  1.00  2 7 8 ,4 2 9 .5 8  L iab ilities 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0 C ap ita l stock _ _ — ______: $ 5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0 S u rp lu s f u n d ______________ 2 0 ,5 1 3 .2 6 U n d ivid ed p r o f i t s --------- 3 ,0 0 0 .0 0 R eserves ____ ______________ D em an d deposits _______ 1 ,3 5 5 ,8 9 5 .2 5 2 0 ,3 0 1 .5 0 U . S. G ov ’t d ep osits______ 13 9 ,1 5 7 .3 6 Public f u n d s ___ __________ T o ta l d e p ._ _ $ l ,5 1 5 ,3 5 4 .1 1  $1,613,867.37  T o ta l  M cG E H E E  BANK,  P opu lation , 3 ,6 6 3 . C h artered D ecem ber  5, 1933.  O ffic e rs W . E . T h o m p s o n _____________ P resident G. H . L in a k e r_________ V ice P resident R. G. V e r s e r _ ________ V ic e P residen t J . W . W illo u g h b y , J r .__________ C ashier B ess T h o m p s o n __________ A s s t . Cashier M a r k E . Sh erlan d , J r ._ _ A s s t . C ashier S ta te m e n t  $ 1 ,6 1 3 ,8 6 7 .3 7  T o ta l  M cG E H E E  D esh a C ounty  Transit N u m b er 8 1 -5 8 5 D irectors R . L . Beck C. B . Bowman G . H . L in ak er J. L . P a rk er W . A . S m ith  W. R . Stephens R. B . Stone W . E . T h om p son R . G . V e rse r  of June 30, 1947  R esources  L iabilities  Loans and discounts____ $ 870,133.13 O v erd ra fts____ ________ 41.82 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 1,464,798.47 Other bonds and securities 696,612.84 Furniture and fixtures12,157.94 Cash and due from banks 543,397.55  Capital sto c k ___ _______ $ 75,000.00 Surplus f u n d ______75,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ____ __ 17,352.88 Reserves — --------9,179.97 Demand deposits__ _____ 2,233,340.05 Time deposits______ ____ 749,762.54 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 20,357.10 Public fu n d s __________ 407,149.21 T o ta l d e p ._ _ $ 3 ,4 1 0 ,6 0 8 .9 0  Total _   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $3,587,141.75  Total _  $3,587,141.75  70  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THE BANK OP MELBOURNE, MELBOURNE Population, 567,  Izard County  Chartered July 29, 1896.  Transit Number 81-397 Directors L. Blair E. B . Watts H. Miller A. J. Younger Marean Pearson  Officers G, H . M ille r _______________President A, J, Y o u n g e r________ Vice President M a re a n P e a rs o n _____________ Cashier Opal S m ith ____________Asst. Cashier  R. G.  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Liabilities Capital s t o c k ____________$ 15,000.00 Surplus f u n d _____________ 15,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s _______ 7,127.43 134.18 Reserves _________________ Demand d e p o s its ________ 659,884.66  Resources Loans and discounts______ $118,194.00 159.58 Overdrafts _________ ,_____ U. S. Gov’t obligations____ 504,162.97 Other bonds and securities 2,834.80 Furniture and fixtures___ 500.00 Banking h o u s e ___________ 1.00 Cash and due from b a n k s . 178,630.68  U . S. G ov ’t d e p o sits_______ P ublic f u n d s ________________ T o ta l deposits .$ 7 6 7 ,2 2 1 .4 2  $ 8 0 4 ,4 8 3 .0 3  T o ta l  T o ta l  5 ,4 3 4 .5 7 1 0 1 ,9 0 2 .1 9  $ 8 0 4 ,4 8 3 .0 3  T H E U N IO N B A N K O F M E N A , M E N A P op u lation , 3 ,5 1 0 . C h artered J u ly 25, 19 3 4 .  P olk C ou n ty T r a n s it N u m b e r 8 1 -9 8  O ffic e r s  W . J . L a u c k ___________________P resid en t W . A . F in k s — -V ic e P resid en t W . L . B oy d _______ ______________ C ashier P a u l V o n A llm e n _ ______ A s s t . C ash ier  W . L . B oyd W . A . F in k s  D irectors W . J, L a u ck  S ta te m e n t o f June 30, 1947 R esou rces L o an s and d isco u n ts____ 3 4 8 0 .4 0 1 .2 6 O v e r d r a f t s ________________ 70 .45 U . S. G ov ’t o b lig a tio n s___ 1 ,0 1 2 ,1 0 0 .0 0 O th e r bonds a n d secu rities 10 1 .8 3 5 .9 0 F u r n itu r e ajad fix tu re s-. 5 ,9 5 6 .5 6 B a n k in g h o u s e __________ 8 ,6 1 5 .9 0 C ash and due fr o m b an k s 6 4 0 ,9 1 5 .9 5 O th e r r e s o u r c e s __________ 17,307.48  Total ______________ — $2,267,203.50   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  L iab ilitie s C ap ita l  s t o c k _____________ $  Surplus f u n d _____________ U n divided p r o f i t s _______ D em an d d e p o s it s ______ _ T im e d e p o s it s _____________ U . S . G o v 't d ep o sits______ P ublic fu n d s _____________ T o ta l dep— $ 2 ,1 5 5 ,4 7 5 .1 7  5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0 5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0 1 1 ,7 2 8 .3 3 1 ,8 0 3 ,3 7 4 .6 9 1 0 0 ,5 3 2 .9 3 8 1 ,7 3 0 .4 5 1 6 9 ,8 3 7 .1 0  Total _______ ________ — $2,267,203.50  Thirty-Third Report  71  MONETTE STATE BANK, MONETTE  Population, 1,074.  Craighead County  Chartered December 29, 1936. Officers Paul Downs________ ______ President I)r. J. H. Downs______ Vice President Robert Braden______ ________ Cashier Roy G. Nuckles____ ___ Asst. Cashier Freddie H. H eise.. Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-724  Directors Robert Braden Paul Downs Roy 6 . Nuckles  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 998,480.24 50,000.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ Furniture and fixtures__ 1.00 Other real estate— _____ 1,489.40 Cash and due from banks 838,743.85  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ____ _____  25.000.  78,786.90  Public f u n d s ----------------Total dep. -$1,787,769.93  .$1,888,714.49  Total  00  25.000. 00 Surplus fund ..... ......... Undivided profits _____ 50,944.56 Demand deposit- _____ 1,598,014.98 Time d ep o sits________ 115,968.05  $1,888,714.49  Total  COMMERCIAL LOAN AN D TRUST COMPANY, MONTICELLO Population, 3,650.  Drew County  Chartered November 29. 1912.  Transit Number 81-534  Directors J. B. Posey James A . Ross M. L. Sigman  Officers J. D. Me Cloy________________ President M. L. Sigman_________ Vice President Joe McCloy____ Vice Pres. & Cashier Mrs. Mabel Sherry____Asst. Cashier Mrs. Velma Allen. . Asst. Cashier  J. J. L. E.  A . Baxter F. Brann W . Dillard R. Lambert Virgil J. Trotter, Jr. L. D. McQuiston  J. D. McCloy Joe McCloy  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 149,917.17 Overdrafts ------------------ 52.87 U. S. Gov’t obligations .. 1,1 18,200.00 Other bonds and securitie;= 440,454.80 2,946.00 Furnitui e and fixtures _ 6,500.00 Banking h o u s e _____ . 2.00 Other real estate. _ _ _ 385,787.01 Cash and due from banks 12.632.09 Other resources _________  Liabilities Capital stock 60,000.00 Surplus fund _____ 60,000.00 Undivided profits 28,313.52 Reserves _ _ 30,000.00 Demand deposits _ _ _ 1,637,302.34 Time deposits 64,217.07 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ 48,088.39 Public funds _ _ _ _ _ 133,520.62 Deposits o f banks 5,000.00 Total dep. -$1,888,128.42  .$2,066,441.94  Total ____ _______ ____ $2,066,441.94  Total _ _  _____   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State of Arkansas; Bank Department  72  UNION BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, MONTICELLO Population, 3,850,  Drew County  Chartered September 15, 1915, Officers J. Trotter, Sr.____ _______ President T. Cotham______ __ Vice President W , Daniel------Vice Pres, & Cashier E, Curry------- ------ ------ Asst, Cashier H. E, Wheless_____ ____ Asst, Cashier  VA. C, J,  Transit Number 81-158  Directors Geo. R. Campster Dr. M. Y. Pope A. T, Gotham R. F, Trotter C. W . Daniel V. J, Trotter E, A. Lambert M. P, W right W , R. MeCloy W . H. Nunn Adrian Williamson  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 607,507.00 Overdrafts _ ___________ 677.01 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 1,290,901.00 Other bonds and securities 1,106,791.08 Furniture and fixtures. _ 1.00 1.00 Banking h o u s e _________ Cash and due from banks 538,352.64 Other resou rces________ 24,558.96  Liabilities Capital sto c k ___________ 100,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 75,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 44,888.04 115,000.00 Reserves _ ______________ Demand d e p o sits______ 2,483,314.92 Time d ep o sits__________ 256,518.71 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ 54,254.52 Public f u n d s ___________ 429,302.41 Deposits of b a n k s _____ 10,511.09 Total dep. _$3,233,901.65 Total _  .$3,568,789.69  Total _  .$3,568,789.69  THE FIRST STATE B ANK , MORRILTON Population, 4,608.  Conway County  Chartered November 26, 1930. Officers R. H. Diekenhorst__________ President S. E. McReynolds_Ex. Vice President L. T. O a te s __________ Vice President C, E. Linebarger___ __________ Cashier H. J. Kordsmeier_____ Asst. Cashier  R. R. S. S.  Transit Number 81-144 Directors H. Dickenhorst S. E. McReynolds M. Huie T. M. McReynolds J. Laux L. T. Oates R. McKinley J. L. Williams  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts------ $ 808,890.73 146.76 Overdrafts ____ — U. S. Gov’t obligations— 3,418,865.00 Other bonds and securities 60,300.00 1.00 Furniture and fixtures- 25,000.00 Banking house 1.00 Other real estate___ 898,283.02 Cash and due from banks  Total ______________ — $5,211,487.51   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities Capital stock _ . _$ 50,000.00 Surplus fund - _ 115,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ___ 43,836.09 15,647.16 R ese rv es__ ____ . 4,562.216.12 Demand deposits 139,324.92 Time deposits ____ U. S. Gov’t deposits. . 72,011.28 Public funds _ _ . 212,566.25 885.69 Deposits of banks _ Total dep.__$4,987,004.26  Total _____  --------- — $5,211,487.51  n  Thirty-Third Report  TUB BANK OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MOUNT IDA Population, 490.  Montgomery County  Chartered November 26, 1930. Officers ____ _____ President W. G. Whittington____Vice President John Beavers _____________Cashier H. H. Duke__________ __Asst. Cashier L. L. Beavers  Transit Number 81-404  Directors John Beavers A. Standridge W. G. Whittington L. L. Beavers Glenn Hickey Earl Witt R. A. Rice  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 255,267.12 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 396,020.00 Other bonds and securities 4,944.71 Furniture and fixtures_ 800.00 Banking h o u s e _________ 2,000.00 Cash and due from banks 357,610.72  Total ________________ $1,016,642.55  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________i Surplus f u n d __________ . Undivided p r o fi t s ______ Reserves _______________ Demand d ep osits_______ Time deposits__________ Public funds ________ ___ Total deposits $969,387.98  25.000.  00  11.000. 00  8,364.80 2,889.77 801,670.25 71,342.14 96,375.59  .,016,642.55  Total  THE PEOPLES BANK, MOUNTAIN HOME Population, 927. Chartered August 10, 1906.  Baxter County Transit Number 81-402  O fficers  Directors  M. E. Curlee -------------_ --- ------- President Don J. Baker---- ------------Vice President Lon Jones _________ __________Cashier W . N. Baker_____________ Asst. Cashier Roy Bodenhamer________ Asst. Cashier C. E. Sherman._________ Asst. Cashier Neil Nelson. ____________ Asst. Cashier  Don J. Baker Earle J. Bryant M. E. Curlee  Lon Jones  J. P. Morgan  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 373,376.36 O v erd ra fts____ _____— __ 2,620.12 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 1,169,600.00 Other bonds and securities 230.53 Furniture and fixtures __ 2,000.00 Banking house ____ 2,000.00 Cash and due from banks 811,028.97 Other resources____ _____ 9,928.39 Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $2,370,784.37  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 25,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ______ 13,945.17 Demand deposits_________ 2,116,518.97 Public f u n d s ______ ____ 161,353.07 Deposits of banks______ _ 3,967.16 Total dep—-$2,281,839.20  Total  $2,370,784.37  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  74  BANK OP MOUNTAIN VIEW , MOUNTAIN VIEW Population, 745,  Stone County-  Chartered July 21, 1915.  Transit Number 81-403  O fficers  Directors W alter Brewer N. C. Maxey A. A. Lancaster J. T. Smith G. W. Looney  ------------------- President N. C. Maxey W alter Brewer________ Vice President A. A. L a n ca s te r ______________Cashier Bessie J e ffe rso n _______ Asst. Cashier  Statement o f June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts______ $ 92,804.37 U. S. Gov’t obligations____ 422,600.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking h o u s e ___________ 1,000.00 Cash and due from banks, 422,533.20  Capital s t o c k _______ _____ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d _________ 21,000.00 7,083.11 Undivided profits ________ Demand deposits ________ 779,593.22 106,262.24 Public fu n d s ____ ____ Total deposits ,$885,855.46  Total _____________ ______$938,938.57  Total _ _________ ________ $938,938.57  BANK  OF M ULBERRY, MULBERRY  Population, 973.  Crawford County  Chartered January 15, 1902.  O fficers S. B. Stevinson_____ .________ President T. J. House______ Vice Pres. & Cashier Mrs. T. J. House________ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-257 C. R. Counts J. M. Farmer T. J. House  Directors J. D. Jackson S. B. Stevinson Horace Wagner  C. D. Chastain___________Asst. Cashier Statement of June 30, 1947  Liabilities  Resources Loans and discounts------ $ 252,854.81 473,600.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations-_ 51,070.00 Other bonds and securities 1,500.00 Furniture and fixtures __ 200.00 Banking house __________ 1.00 Other real estate _______ 249,617.39 Cash and due from banks 400.00 Other resources_________ Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,029,243.20  Capital s to c k ___________ ! Surplus f u n d ___________ Undivided p r o fits _______ Demand deposits________ Time deposits ______ _____ U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ Public f u n d s _____ __ ___ Total deposits $963,404.23 Total  25.000. 00 25.000. 00 15,838.97 883,290.81  10, 211.00 3,533.41 66,369.01  $1,029,243.20  Thirty-Third Report  75  PIKE COUNTY B AN K , MURFREESBORO Population, 838,  Pike County  Chartered December 19, 1904,  Transit Number 81-405  f l f f l f*<*1*12  F liT A p fA rfil  President T, F, A lf o r d ________ Mrs. Delia P en n ix.— .Vice President J. N. Hipp ,— ______ Cashier C, H. R utherford-______ Asst. Cashier  Mrs. Delia Pennix J. N. Hipp Mrs. Mattie Kelley  T. F. A lford M, G.Terrell  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts__ __8 3.8,552.60 U. S. Gov’t obligations____ 529,687.54 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures . . Banking h ou se___. . . ___ Other real estate. _ .. . . .  4,415.58  1.00 760.00  1.00 Cash and due from banks. 38*2,224.95 Other resources - ___ - 2 , 7 2 8 , 1 1 Total  ..  ______  Liabilities Capital stock ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d __________ . . . 25,000.00 16,903.85 Undivided p r o fits ________ Demand deposits ________ 748,945.01 U. S. Gov’t deposits______ 1,939.81 Public f u n d s _______ 120,582.11 Total deposits _$871,-466.93 T o t a l_______ - _____ _— $938,370.78  __ 8938,370.78  BANK OF NETTLETON, NETTLETON Population, 909.  Craighead County  Chartered February 13, 1904. O fficers L. D. Kiech _______ _______ President Fred Shauver _________ Vice President E. E. H a le ____________ _____ Cashier R. E. Thomas__________Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-406 Directors  E. E. Hale E. C. Kiech H. C. Kiech  L. D. Kieeh Fred Shauver  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts ___ _$ 293,014.96 O v e r d r a fts ________ 3.19 U. S. Gov’t obligations-- 1,397,100.00 Other bonds and securities 67,250.00 Furniture and fix tu re s-1.00 Banking h o u s e _________ 5,720.00 Cash and due from banks 385,706.98 Total _   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$2,148,796.13  Liabilities Capital stock __________ f Surplus f u n d _______  40,000.00  50,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ______ 21,148.93 Demand deposits________ 1,956,492.88 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 258.48 Public fu n d s____________ 80,895.84 Total dep._$2,037,647.20  Total _  $2,148,796.13  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  76  BANK OF N EW ARK, NEW ARK Population, 900.  Independence County  Chartered October 10, 1944. O fficers J. Clyde E d w a rd s.-________ President W . J. Freeze.._________ Vice President Austin L e e d s _____ __________Cashier J, L. Magness__________ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-748 Directors J. Clyde Edwards J. L. Magness W. J. Freeze Ed V. Wilson Austin Leeds L. E, Wilson  Statement o f June. 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts______ $ 77,272.00 Overdrafts ______________ 74.88 U, S. Gov’t obligations____ 342,617.19 Furniture and fixtures___ 1,000.00 Cash and due from banks. 140,872.92  Liabilities Capital s to c k _____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 7,500.00 Undivided profits________ 4,980.84 Demand d e p o s its ________ 506,800.17 Public f u n d s _____________ 17,555.98 Total deposits .$524,356.15  Total _________ _________$561,830.99  Total . _______________ ._$561,836.99  BANK OF NEW EDINBURG, N EW EDINBURG Population, 500.  Cleveland County  Chartered August 22, 1904. O fficers E. T. Attwood — ----------------President C. B. Attwood__ _____ Vice President Ray A ttw o o d ____ ______ _____ Cashier  Transit Number 81-408 C. B. Attwood E. T. Attwood  Directors Ray Attwood  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts______ $ 59,413.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations____ 219,663.05 Other bonds and securities 21,870.43 Furniture and fixtures___ 150.00 Banking h o u s e ___________ 104.00 Cash and due from banks- 62,217.17 Other re s o u rce s _________ 128.25  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ____________$ 12,500.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 12,500.00 Undivided profits________ 4,716.50 Demand d e p o s its ________ 282,496.64 23,952.67 Time d e p o sits ___________ Public f u n d s _____________ 27,193.90 Total deposits _$333,643.21 Other liabilities __________  Total _   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .|363,545J0  Total _  186.19  .$363,545.90  Thirty-Third Report  71  MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK, NEWPORT Population, 4,321.  Jackson County  Chartered March 20, 1948. Officers D. H. B u rto n _____________ President P. L. Copeland-_Exec. Vice President W. A. McCartney__ ___ Vice President A. G. J oh n ston ______________ Cashier R. Trafton Williams__ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-758 Directors W. A. McCartney D. H. Burton Ralph McDonald P. L. Copeland F. M. Pickens, Sr. R. G. Holden J. A. Thompson Paul Holmes, Jr. R. C. Biggadike  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts-___$ 354,676.77 Capital sto c k __________ _$ 75,000.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 771,079.10 Surplus fu n d _______ 25,000.00 15,723.35 Demand deposits________ 1,472,690.86 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures__ 10,125.66 Public f u n d s _________ 152,093.44 Cash and due from banks 582,168.02 Deposits of banks-._____________________ 11,086.68 2,098.08 Total dep.__$1,635,870.98 Other resources ----------—  Total _____________  $1,735,870.98  T o ta l_______  $1,735,870.98  THE TW IN CITY BANK, NORTH LITTLE ROCK Population, 21,137. Chartered March 21, 1935.  Officers Henry O. Topf____ ,_________ President R. J. R ic e ____________ Vice President DeWayne Jones ______________Cashier J. Grayson Dickson_____Asst. Cashier Ray O. Clifton_________ Asst. Cashier  Pulaski County Transit Number 81-54 R. J. Rice Henry O. Topf  Directors J. E. Wright  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts____ $1,178,792.93 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 4,192,001.82 61,570.77 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtu res.21,348.98 Banking house — — 21, 000. 00 Cash and due from banks 1,665,813.26 Other resources-------------37.78  Capital s t o c k ___________ $ 150,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 50,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ______ 68,971.53 Demand d ep osits ________ 5,898,420.11 Time dep o sits__________ 252,661.83 Public funds — ------ -— 720,512.07 Total dep— $6,871,594.01  Total __________________$7,140,565.54   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  T o t a l __________  — $7,140,565.54  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  78  MISSISSIPPI COUNTY BANK, OSCEOLA Population, 3,228.  Mississippi County  Chartered March 15, 1928.  Transit Number 81-387  O fficers Directors R. C. Branch S. G. Lockhart C. B. Wood —.-------------------- President H. F. Ohlendorf---------V ice President Ben F. Butler H. F. Ohlendorf S. G. L o c k h a r t------------------- Cashier G. H. Florida B. Frank Williams Vivian S cu rlo e k ________Asst. Cashier T. P. Florida C. B. W ood S. W . Bowker----------------- Asst. Cashier Abe Liverant Mary E. Balloue________________Asst.Cashier S. G. Lockhart, J r.____ Asst. Cashier Nora W is e ---------------------------------Asst.Cashier Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____81.598,308.64 1,812.21 Overdrafts _____________ U. S. Gov't obligations-703,414.00 Other bonds and securities 215,981.25 Furniture and fixtures8,171.56 Banking h o u s e _________ 1.00 Other real estate_______ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 1,389,850.81  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ S 175,000.00  692.24  Surplus f u n d ___________ 125,000.00 Undivided profits_______ 49,195.33 Reserves _______________ 7,126.43 Demand d e p o sits_______ 2,871,270.73 Time deposits___________ 415,225.37 U. S. Gov’t obligations-40,619.08 Public funds __________ 232,795.77 Total dep._-$3,559,910.95  Total _________________ $3,916,232.71  T o t a l ______ - _________$3,916,232.71  Other resources _________  THE PLANTERS BANK, OSCEOLA Population, 3,226. Chartered April 13, 1944. Officers W . J. Driver, Sr___________ President C. E. Dean Vice President & Cashier J. P. Herndon_________ Asst. Cashier  Mississippi County Transit Number 81-745 Directors J. T. Cromer Faber White C, E. Dean L. C. B. Young W. J. Driver, Sr.  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 586,638.05 U. S. Gov’t obligations 743,347.29 Other bonds and securities 155,780.17 Furniture and fix tu re s-6,096.54 Cash and due from banks 922,149.26  Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$2,414,011.31  Liabilities Capital s t o c k -------------— $ 75,000.00 Surplus f u n d -----------------50,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ----------22,061.35 Reserves --------------------2,856.13 Demand d e p o sits------------ 1,699,977.36 Time deposits -------------292,413.6.3 U. S. Gov’t deposits--'__ 30,938.40 Public funds ______ 230,764.44 Deposits o f banks_______ 10,000.00 Total dep__ $2,264,093.83 Total  .$2,414,011.31  Thirty-Third Report  W  BANK OF OZARK, OZARK Population, 1,402. Chartered June 9, 1987. Officers; W. A. Hudspeth_President & Cashier Frank N. Johnston____Vice President  Franklin County Transit Number 81-727 Directors W. A. Hudspeth Jeta Taylor Frank N. Johnston Romie Wilson  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources 215.828.29 Loans and discounts____ $ Overdraft. 549.09 IT. S. Gov’t obligations_ 843,500.00 Other bonds and securities 51,848.55 50.00 Furniture and fixtures.. Banking h o u s e ________ _ 2,750.00 Cash and clue from banks “>20.547.59  Liabilities Capital s t o c k _______________________ $25,000.00 Surplus fund _ . 20.000.no Undivided profits________ 3,801.55 Demand d e p o sits________ 1.238,779.94 Public fu n d s ____________ 147,992.03 Total dep._-$1,380,772.57 --------------------Other liabilities ______ .  Total _____________  Total _________________ 81,441,074.12  509.00 81,441,074.12  THE SECURITY B ANK A N D TRUST COMPANY, PARAGOULD Population, 7,079.  Greene County  Chartered February 5, 1931. Officers J. W . Alexander____ _______ President S. P» McHaney______ Vice President E. R. Browning _________ Cashier Emily Meiser.___________ .Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-82  Directors J. W . Alexander S. P. McHaney E. R. Browning L. G. Staub W . E. Ellington Ike Willeockson J. C. Honey J. E. Winn R, V. McCoy  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources Loans and discounts___781,715.10 Overdrafts — ---------------33.30 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 1,229,777.82 Other bonds and securities 291,694.69 Furniture and fixtures__ 3,188.01 Banking house ________ 15,250.00 Cash and due from banks 1,026,346.46  Liabilities Capital sto c k _______ _$ 50,000.00 Surplus fund ______ _ 75,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s __ _ 65,442.46 Reserves _ _____ __ 4,456.00 Demand deposits _ 2,262,835.85 Time d ep o sits__ 608,169.70 U. S. Gov’t deposits.____ 7,950.60 Public funds ------------- _. 273,429.20 Total dep. _$3,152,385.35 Other liabilities  T o t a l _____ _____ ____ -$3,248,005.38   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total  _ _  721.57 _  _ _.$3,348,005,38  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  80  BANK OF PARKDALE, PARKDALE Population, 278.  Ashley County  Chartered February 1, 1910.  Transit Number 81-416 Directors  Officers  President J. A . Williams— ----------J. H. Caldwell______ -Vice President Cashier J. P. Caldwell------- —  J. H. Caldwell J. P. Caldwell  J. A. Williams  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts._ .$261,835.93 282.39 Overdrafts U. S. Gov’t obligations. __ 134,236.38 Other bonds and securities 3,219.50 585.25 Furniture and fixtures. Cash and due from banks. 83,050.25  Liabilities Capital stock __________ . $ 15,000.00 ._ 20,000.00 Surplus fund — _ Undivided profits 30,150.48 1,000.00 Reserves - ___ Demand deposits . 335,616.38 Time deposits _ 34,780.33 U. S. Gov’t deposits 2,237.53 Public funds . 44,425.03 Total deposits $417,059.27  —$483,209.70  Total ________________ _.-$483,209.70  Total _  ___  FIRST STATE BANK, PARKIN Population, 1,412. Chartered June 5, 1925. H. L. F. E. G. D. S. N.  Officers Coldren______________President Brenner________ Vice President Carter________________ Cashier Green____________Asst. Cashier  Cross County Transit Number 81-676 F. E. Brenner G. D. Carter H. L. Coldren  Directors H. L. Coldren, Jr. N. E. Thomas  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 644,449.49 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 278,809.13 Furniture and fixtures_ 1,409.42 Banking house ________ 1,050,00 Other real estate_______ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 253,108.18 Other r e s o u r c e s _______ 540.00  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ___._____ __$ 25,000.00 37,500.00 Surplus fund _________ Undivided profits -------19,944.05 Demand deposits ______ 1,035,562.48 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ 20,883.43 Public f u n d s ___________ 37,861,14 Total dep. -$1,094,307.05 Other liabilities _______  Total _ _ ____ ,_________ $1,179,367.22   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total _  2,616.12 $1,179,367.22  81  Thirty-Third Report  BANK OF PEA RIDGE, PEA RIDGE Population, 72, Chartered May 6, 1911.  Benton County Transit Number 81-468 Directors J. F. Patterson W, T. Patterson R. B. Patterson  Officers W. T, Patterson.^President & Cashier R. B. Patterson______ .Vice President Alvin Arm strong__ ...A s s t . Cashier  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities Capital stock __ _ Loans and discounts__ ___ $173,304.12 . . . $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund _ _ _ _ __ 10,000.00 Overdrafts _ ________ _— 423.57 Furniture and fixtures______________ 2,000.00 Undivided profits ... 6,590.66 214,917.97 Demand deposits 700.00 Banking h o u s e ________ Time deposits _ _ _ ___ 22,793.53 Cash and due from banks. 119,851.07 Public funds __ 16,976.60 Total deposits $254,688.10 Total  Total _ . . . . . . . . ______ $296,278.76  .  $296,278.76  THE PERRY COUNTY BANK, PERRYVILLE Perry County  Population, 577. Chartered December 8, 1945.. Officers D. O. Thomas__________ ____ President B. J. fridge_______ Vice President H. E. Van Dalsem_________ .Cashier J. H. Moore________ — Asst. Cashier  Suf  Transit Number 81-752  Directors J. D. Parish B, J. Suffridge S. C. Gutowski D. O. Thomas L. E. Jones H. E. Van Dalsem Joseph Lipsmeyer Paul Van Dalsem  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts______ $ 96,037.08 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 192,076.17 Furniture and fixtures 350.00 Cash and due from banks 217,720.10  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$506,183.35  Liabilities Capital stock ____________$ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 5,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s _______ 1,165.01 Demand d e p o sits ________ 379,176.24 Public funds ____________ 86,326,71 Deposits of b a n k s ________ 9,515.39 Total deposits $475,018.34 Total  .$506,183.35  State 0/ Arkansas: Bank Department  82  PIGGOTT STATE BANK, PIGGOTT Population, 2,084, Chartered March 10, 1930.  Clay  C o u n ty  Transit  N um ber  Officer^.  81-698  f >i rectors  V , C. W right_______________President H. C. R o b b in s ---------------V i c e P r e s id e n t R . B , W o f f o r d ____________________ C a s h ie r W . L e g g e t t , J r ----------- Asst. C a s h ie r T. J . W . H a r r i s _______________A s s t . Cashier  J . W . H a m ilt o n H . F . Leggett T . W . L e g g e tt. H . C R o b b in s  G . W ill R eves V, C. W r i g h t  Jr.  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  L o a n s a n d d is c o u n t s _____ $ 2 0 5 , 7 8 7 .3 s 17. S . G o v ’t o b li g a t i o n s __ 1 ,3 8 5 ,5 0 0 .0 0 1 8 8 ,4 0 0 .0 0 O t h e r b o n d s a n d s e c u r itie s F u rn itu re a n d f ix t u r e s . _ 1 .0 0 B a n k in g h o u s e _____________ 5, 000.011 C a s h a n d d u e f r o m b a n k s 2 8 4 ,5 3 8 .9 2 O t h e r r e s o u r c e s __________ .8 8  C a p it a l s t o c k ______________ $ 3 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0 Surplus f u n d _____________ 4 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0 U n d iv id e d p r o f i t s _______ 2 5 ,2 1 1 .1 2 3 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0 R e s e r v e s . _________________ D e m a n d d e n o s its ________ 1 ,5 3 7 ,9 2 3 .5 0  T o t a l ____________________ . $ 2 , 0 6 9 , 2 2 8 .1 3  T im e d e p o s i t s _____________ U . S , G o v ’t d e p o s i t s _____  5 6 ,7 2 5 .7 6 1 ,6 1 7 .0 0  Public fu n d s ___________ Total dep. .81,989,017.01  342,750.75  T o ta l  _  .$ 2 ,0 6 9 ,2 2 8 .1 3  FIRST STATE BANK, PLAINVIEW P o p u la tio n , 7 0 4 . C h a r te r e d J a n u a r y 1 2 , 1 9 3 4 .  Yell  C o u n ty  Transit Number  8 1 -2 3 4  Directors  Officers Donald  B a r g e r __________ ______ P r e s id e n t M . A . V a n d o v e r ________ V i c e P r e s id e n t W infred H o p p e r _______________ Cashier F lo r a K e e n e r _____________ . . A s s t . C a s h ie r  W illie P. V . C. B . S. W . M, A .  C a v in e s s G eorge Law L o fla n d V andover  S ta te m e n t o f June 3 0,  B ill A i k m a n D o n a ld B a r g e r L . C. B rea sh ea rs W a l t e r Caviness  1947  Resources  Liabilities  L o a n s a n d d is c o u n t s _____ $ U . S . G o v ’ t o b li g a t io n s __ O t h e r b o n d s a n d s e c u r itie s Furniture a n d fixtures — Banking h o u s e -----------------Other r e a l e s t a t e ------------C a sh an d due fr o m b a n k s  1 1 0 ,9 6 5 .6 5 7 5 0 ,5 0 0 .0 0 6 5 ,5 3 3 .3 5 1 6 1 .8 8  1.00 1 .0 0 2 7 8 ,6 2 3 .4 0  C a p it a l s t o c k ______________ $ 4 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0 S u r p lu s f u n d ______________ 2 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0 U n d iv id e d p r o f i t s ________ 4 3 ,6 1 9 .6 4 D e m a n d d e p o s its ________ 1 ,0 6 3 ,8 8 7 .6 4 U . S . G o v 't d e p o s i t s _____ 2 ,0 5 9 .7 3 P u b lic f u n d s ______________ 3 4 ,9 7 9 .8 3 D e p o s it s o f b a n k s ________ 1 ,2 3 9 .4 4  Total dep. .81.102,166.64 Total _   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,205,786.28  Total _  $1,205,786.28  83  Thirty-Third Report  BANK OF POCAHONTAS, POCAHONTAS P o p u la tio n ,  Chartered October  8,028. 31,  Randolph County  1903.  Officers Dr J. W . Brown__ _______ President R, K, H o s e y ______ . Vice President Harry A Belford _ . Cashier S ta te m e n t o f  Directors F. E. Belford J. W. Brown H airy A Belford R. R . H o s e y Tom Bigger June 30, 1947  Resources Loans and  d i s c o u n t s -____$ O v e r d r a f t s _________________  Transit Number 81-297  5 1 6 ,5 3 7 .1 6  88.70 U. S. Gov’t obligations-- 1,981,800.00 Other bonds and securities 3,825.94 Furniture and fix tu re s-8,018.21 Cash and due from banks 416,196.08 Other resources - - - - - - - 21,785.76  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ___________ $ Surplus f u n d __________ Undivided p r o fit s ______ Reserves ________  50,000.00 50,000,00 31,860.84 1 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0  Demand deposits ---- ------- 2,532,985.93 Time deposits________ 2,023.66 21,751.99 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ _ Public fu n d s ____ _______ 237,624.05 Deposits of banks ______ 6,561.95  Total dep._$2,800,947.58 O t h e r l i a b i l i t i e s _____ ______ T o ta l  . . . ___________ _____ $2,948,231.83  THE  PEOPLES BANK,  P o p u la tio n , 5 1 8 . C h a r te r e d J a n u a r y 2 2 , 1 9 0 8 .  A. H. M.  T o ta l  O ffic e r s J . G r e g o r y _________________ P r e s id e n t H. N a f f ________________V i c e P r e s id e n t D . P u g h ___________ ,_ _ A s s t . C a s h ie r  4 2 3 .4 1  . . . _________________ $ 2 ,9 4 8 ,2 3 1 .8 3  PORTLAND  Ashley  C o u n ty  T r a n s it N u m b e r 8 1 -2 4 8 D ir e c to r s A . J. G regory H . H . N a ff  H. L.  N a ff  Statement of June 30, 1947 R esou rces L o a n s and d is c o u n ts ________ $ 1 4 2 ,9 1 6 .8 8 U . S . G o v ’t o b li g a t io n s -------- 2 4 6 ,6 0 0 .0 0 F u r n i t u r e a n d f i x t u r e s ____ 7 0 0 .0 0 C a s h a n d due f r o m b a n k s . 8 6 ,9 0 9 .3 2 O th er resou rces _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 4 ,7 9 2 .5 0  Liabilities Capital stock — _______ ___ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ______ _ 40,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ________ 11,109.94 Reserves _________ — ____ 10,000.00 Demand deposits____ ____ 303,848.70 Time deposits____________ 25,740.45 U. S. Gov’t deposits______ 9,806.09 Public funds . . . ____ 56,337.86 Total deposits .$395,733.10  Other T o t a l ___________________ $481,918.70   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  lia b ili tie s _____ . . . ____  7 5 .6 6  T o t a l ___________________ $481,918.70  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  84  PORTLAND BANK, PORTLAND Population, 518, Chartered April 23, 1900,  Ashley County Transit Number 81-247  Officers Felix P u g h ________________ President R, B. Neweome, J r____ Vice President 3. E, L a r r is o n ______________ Cashier lx. Thornton __________ Asst, Cashier  Directors H. E, Coekerham Gus Pugh R, B. Neweome, Jr. Joe Pugh Felix Pugh  Statement of Resources Loans and discounts_____ _$143,942.81 U. S, Gov’t obligations____ 330,404.76 Other bonds and securities 23,910.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1,440.00 Banking h o u s e ___________ 2.100.00 Other real estate________ 601.00 Cash and due from banks. 337,758.67 1.00 Other re so u rce s_________  unc 30, 1947  T o t a l__________________ $840,158.24  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ____________$ 20,000.00 Surplus f u n d _____________ 50,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s _______ 53,501.24 R eserves_________________ 5,400.00 Demand d e p o s its ________ 608,944.22 Time d e p o sits ____________ 86,803.99 Public f u n d s _____________ 15,508.79 Total deposits _$711,257.00 T o t a l_________ ________ $840,158.24  CITIZENS BANK, POTTSVILLE Population, 308. Chartered August 13, 1913. Officers W. H. R a n k in _____________ President  Kenneth E. Owens____Vice President G. C. O w e n s ________________ Cashier  Pope County Transit Number 81-551 Directors G. C. Owens W. H. Rankin Kenneth E. Owens  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts______ $ 28,711.75 Overdrafts ______________ 6.86 U. S. Gov’t obligations____ 160,300.00 Other bonds and securities 1.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 200.00 Banking h o u s e ___________ 171.00 Cash and due from banks. 45,714.06 Other re so u rce s_________ 26.44  Liabilities Capital stock* __________ $ 20,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 1,000.00 Undivided profits ________ 3.511.57 R eserves_________________ 3,000.00 Demand d e p o s its ________ 193,942.26 U. S. Gov’t deposits______ 545.49 Public f u n d s _____________ 13,131.79 Total deposits _$207,619.54  T o t a l __________________ $235,131.11  T o t a l ___________________ $235,131.11  ♦First preferred stock with par value if $12,500.00 and common stock with par value o f $7,500.00.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  85  Thirty-Third Report  THE FARMERS AMD MERCHANTS BANK, PRAIRIE GROVE Population, 887.  Washington County  Chartered August 29, 1904. Officers E, D. Bogart----------------- ---- -President E. C, C a r l __________ Vice President D, E, R i e f f _______________ __ Cashier  Transit Number 81-256 Directors R. D. Bogart J. C. Parks E. C. Carl W. E. N. Phillips Dr. W . H. Mock D. E. Rieff  Statement o f June 30, 1947 R esou rces  L iab ilities  Loans and discounts____ $ 428,986.75 O v erd ra fts______________ 99.33 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 336,100.00 Other bonds and securities 68,518.44 Furniture and fixtures____ . 1.00 Banking house _______ 1,000.00 Cash and due from banks 428,771.17 Other resources___ 1,297.32  30,000.00 Capital stock-___________ $ Surplus fu n d _______ 30,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ___ ___ 38,856.36 Demand d ep osits ___________ 933,921.46 Time deposits __________ 206,266.53 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 4,625.39 21,104.27 Public funds ___________ Total dep.__$1,165,917.65  Total  ______ 264,774.01  Total _______ — ________ $1,264,774.01  BANK OF PRESCOTT. PRESCOTT Population, 3,177. Chartered August 10, 1904. Officers Thos. C. McRae, Jr. ________ President Thos. M. Bemis _____ Vice President Wren S c o t t ____ Vice President W . R. Hambright .___._________ Cashier O. J. Stephenson-_____ Asst. Cashier J. A. Yancey____________ Asst. Cashier  Nevada County  Transit Number 81-140 Chas. Thos. W . R. Thos. D. L.  Directors H. Tompkins C. D. MeSwain M. Bemis Wren Scott Hambright D. K. Bemis C. McRae, Jr. W . V. Tompkins McRae, Jr. Sam T. White  Statement of June 30, 1947  ResourceLoan> and discounts____3 277,368.79 l'. S. Gov't obligations.. 2,230,800.00 Other bonds and securities 53,531.62 Furniture and f i x t u r e s 4,000.00 Banking h ou se__ _______ 9,700.00 Cash and due from banks 1.037,136.69 Other resources..... .......... 17.307.25  Total ________________ $3,629,844.35   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Inabilities Capital stock __ .$ 75,000.00 75,000.00 Surplus fund Undivided profits ___ 21,768.86 Reserves _ __ 4,531.76 1temand deposits . . _ . . 3,033,942.24 Time deposits . _ __. 164,003.23 T, S. Gov’t deposits 1,976.86 Public funds . 253,621.40 Total dep..-$3,453,543.73 Total  .$3,629,844.35  88  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF QUITMAN, QUITMAN Population, 393,  Cleburne County  Chartered August 15, 1903.  O fficers W , H. M c N a ir ____________-President Ben F. Clark Vice Pres. & Cashier N. H. Tarver ._________ Asst. Cashier Edith E lli s _____ ____ Asst. Cashier Lillian S e lb y ___________ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-424  Directors J. A, Bailey  W . H. McNair N. H. Tarver  Ben F. Clark Edith Ellis  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts __ _ S172.2K5.19 4.64 Overdrafts ______________ U. S. Gov’t obligations____ 551.000.0n Other bonds and securities 29.559.30 2.200.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking house _____ ____ Cash and due from banks. 1X7.532.60  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __ _ ______ S 25,000.00 Surplus fund _ - _ __ 15,000.00 25,280.95 Undivided profits _ ______ ___ 840,780.28 Demand deposits . . ... __ 4,300.00 Time deposits Public funds ------ _ __ 32.221.50 Total deposits _$877 ,301.78  _ $942,582.73  Total _____ _ _ _ _ _ _ —  Total  _____ — _______ $942,582.73  THE BANK OF RECTOR, RECTOR Population, 1,736.  Clay County  Chartered November 15. 1930.  Transit Number 81-173  Officers J. C. H ard in _________________ President J. A . Marlar________ — Vice President O. A . Harper — ----— — — Cashier Claudia Justus ________ Asst. Cashier  J. C. Hardin T. C. Justus  Directors J. A . Marlar E. M. Purcell  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts------ $ 603,436.09 36.41 O v erd ra fts--------------------- 536,515.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ Other bonds and securities 115,880.66 3.756.68 Furniture and fixtures __ 254,289.11 Cash and due from banks 1.013.18 Other resources --------------  Capital stock — _____________ 30,000.00 Surplus fund ________ — 45,000.00 Undivided p r o fits _____ — 22,561.00 Demand deposits_ 1,314,302.80 U. S. Gov’t deposits______ 16,946.79 Public fu n d s_ 86.116.54 Total d e p -.$1,417,366.13  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,514,927.13  Total  .$1,514,927.13  87  TMr tu- Third Report  FARM ERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, REYNO Population, 346.  Randolph County  Chartered December 8, 1911.  Transit Number 81-427  Officers  Directors President Moina J. Barton Glenn Brown Glenn B r o w n _________ Vice President F. E. Belford Harrell Simpson Freda M. Brown ______ ______-Cashier Freda M. Brown F. E. Belford  ____  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts______ $126,687.73 Overdrafts  ____  369.93  U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 245,000.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 900.00 Banking h o u se -------- --------2,700.00 Cash and due from banks- 101,785.71 Other resources_____ ____ 547.70  Total ___________________ $477,991.07  Liabilities Capital stock ------- ------------ $ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d _____________ 5,000.00 Undivided p ro fits_____ ___ 3,902.49 Reserves _____ 4,000.00 Demand deposits____ ______ 423,772.74 U. S. Gov’t deposits______ 4,380.08 Public fu n d s ______________ 11,935.76 Total deposits -$440,088.58 Total __________________ _$477,991.07  THE BANK OF RISON, RISON Population. 1,005.  Chartered March 7. 1932.  Cleveland County Transit Number 81-428  Directors  Officers J. L. M oore_______ __________President J. L. Sadler___________ -Vice President J. E. McCoy ____________Vice President Herman D a vid son ______-Cashier Robert L. Searcy Asst. Cashier Hazel S m it h _____ ____ __Asst. Cashier  Herman Davidson J. E. Goggans J. L. Moore J. E. McCoy R. T. McCoy  Jo Nichol J. L. Sadler Max M. Smith B. W . Thomasson  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts-___$ 106,341.75 U. S. Gov’t obligations-_ 664,371.40 15,721.21 Other bonds and securities 1.973.00 Furniture and fixtures__ Banking h o u s e __ 1.800.00 9.00 Other real estate__ ____ 312,374.99 Cash and due from banks  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,102,591.35  Liabilities Capital sto c k ____________i Surplus f u n d ---------- ------Undivided p r o fits ____ __ R eserv es______ _____ ___ Demand deposits________ Time deposits____________ Public funds — ____ _____ Deposits of banks_____ __ Total dep— $1,O il,592.87 Total  25.000. 00 25.000. 00 24,108.82 16,889.66 788,656.34 110,959.86 105,676.67  6,300.00  $1,102,591.35  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  88  THE BANK OF RUSSELLVILLE, RUSSELLVILLE Population, 5,927.  Pope Comity  Chartered December 22, 1897. Officers Geo. S. N e a l-----------------------President R. L. Jenkins_________ Vice President M, J. H ic k e y ________________ Cashier Robert H, Parker______ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-119  II, J. Hickey R. L. Jenkins A. M. Mathews  Directors Geo. S. Neal C, M. Richmond  Statement o f June 80, 1947 Resources Loan.' and discounts____$ 557,148.88 U. S. Gov't obligations_ 2,007,888.82 Other bonds and securities 253,400,01) Banking h o u s e ________ 15,000.00 Other real estate_______ 20.00 Cash and due from banks 850,496.57 Other resou rces________ 630,00  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ $ 100,000.00 20,000.00 Surplus f u n d __________ Undivided profits ______ 193,242.49 Demand d ep osits_______ 2,385,088.17 Time d e p o s its _________ 775,448.05 Ik S. Gov’t deposits_____ 33,985.62 Public fu n ds____________ 107,667.25 Deposits of banks_______ 8,717.78 Total dep.. -$8,870,906.87  Total ________________ $3,684,149.36  Total __________ _______$3,684,149.36  PEOPLES EXCHANGE BANK, RUSSELLVILLE Population, 5,927.  Chartered March 24, 1890. Officers L. B. M cC lu re_____________President Donald Barger__Exec. Vice President C. E. Lem ley _________ Vice President John T. L it t le _______________ Cashier Hazel G. Little_________ Asst. Cashier  Pope County  Transit Number 81-118 Directors Lee Cheek Donald Barger John W, Leonard G. M. Cook Chas. M, Howell A. B. Friday J. Madison White Ike A. Laws L. B. McClure  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 924,983.11 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 1,884,839.69 Other bonds and securities 154,350,57 Furniture and fixtures-.. 5,404.82 Banking house ________ 15,000.00 Other real estate_______ 4.00 Cash and due from banks 746,696.85  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$3,731,278.54  liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ $ 100,000.00 Surplus f u n d ___________ 20,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ 89,842.86 Demand d e p o sits_______ 2,763,273.35 Time d e p o s its _________ 473,661.44 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 19,819.93 Public f u n d s ---------------181,636.64 Deposits of banks_______ 83,044.32 Total d e p - -$3,521,485.68 Total  .$3,731,278.54  Thirty-Third Report  89  BANK OF SALEM, SALEM Population, 574. Chaitered Deeembe) IK 1903 <ifficeiv !U-i\ 1 a-tUberry _ _  Fulton County Tranvf  N um ber 81-430 Direeior-  _ ‘.'resident  P J. Humphries  _ .Yiee President Fay Castleberry - „ Cashier _ Asst. Cashier ■fim Humphries __ A bee Cray . _ Asst. Cashier <’orwii! Mo-ey _ A s m , Cashier Staff mem of  Fay Castleberry Rex Castleberry  II. ,1. Humphries  line 30, 1947  Resources I/ iua ami discount?- . - ^ 520,557.82 *>vei draft" ___ _____ 801.85 l S. obligations. _ .Vyi.POO.OO <Cher 0ond> and seeuritie1,7.12.65 F irnitmv and fixtures 7,011.00 Hanking ilouse ... _____ 800.00 Cmh and due from Sank.■ ‘ '.'v5.211.09  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ______ . . . $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund ______ .. 25,000.00 Undivided profits . . . _ 22,910.25 Demand deposits . - 1,061,687.60 Time d e p o s its ______ . 30,603.52 U. S. Gov’t deposits __ . 7,068.75 Public f u n d s ________ 75,724.20 Total dep__ $1,175,084.07  Total ______ __________$1,247,994.32  Total ________ _______ $1,247,994.82  LOGAN COUNTY BANK, SCRANTON Population, 322. Chartered April 7, 1926.  Logan County Transit Number 81-686  Officers  Directors  J. D. K n ig h t_______________ President Leonard A h n e ________ Vice President  Frank Ahne Leonard Ahne  J. D. Knight Joe Fritsche  Frank A h n e ______________ ___ Cashier Joe Fritsche __________ Asst. Cashier Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts.____$ 422,955,05 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 277,500.00 Furniture and fixtu res-1.00 Banking h o u s e _________ 100.00 Cash and due from banks 383,668.17  Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  ,$1,084,224.22  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ---------------_$ 15,000.00 Surplus f u n d ________ 12,500.00 Undivided profits__ _____ 19,350,82 Reserves ____________ 8,500.00 Demand deposits____ _____ 991,496.67 Time d ep osits_____________ 13,026.50 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 7,093.29 Public funds______________ 17,256.94 Total dep.__$l,028,873.40 Total  .$1,084,224.22  90  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THE SEARCY BANK, SEARCY Population, 3,670. Chartered May 1, 1943. Officers E. P. Pyeatt ___._____ ___ ___ President H. K. W o o d -----------,__ .Vice President Frank S. Leavitt------------ ------- .Cashier Marian S ch w a rz ________Asst. Cashier  White County Transit Number 81-154 Directors Thomas A. Watkins Cal Aclin E. P. Pyeatt H. K. Wood Hubert Smith  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts__— $1,092,420.09 O v erd ra fts------ -------------, 3.89 U. S. Gov’t obligations— 1,531,305.22 Other bonds and securities 657,794.85 Furniture and fixtures __ 4,000.00 Cash and due from banks 1,120,165.50  Liabilities Capital s to c k * ______ ____$ 100,000.00 Surplus f u n d ______ _____ 30,000.00 90,045.70 Undivided profits ______ Reserves ___________ ____ 16,000.00 Demand deposits_____ __ 3,612,668.46 43,279.18 U. S. Gov’t deposits _____ Public funds____________ 400,922.99 Deposits of banks_____ _ 112,773.22 Total dep— $4,169,643.85  Total _________ ____ ___$4,405,689.55  T o t a l ____ _____________$4,405,689.55  * First preferred stock with par value of $46,000.00 and common stock with par value of $54,000.00.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Thirty-Third Report  91  THE SECURITY BANK, SEARCY Population, 3,670.  White County  Chartered February 6, 1932. Officers A. J. Stephens_____________President B. C. Huddleston_____ Vice President H. M. Thompson_____ Vice President E. 0 . Yancey______ Exec. Vice Pres. & Cashier E. M. Twyford_______ Asst. Cashier C. I. Stevens___________ Asst. Cashier W. O. Dobbins....... ....-_Asst. Cashier Lucille Holleman__. . ...Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-153 Directors H. M. Thompson B. C. Huddleston E. O. Yancey K. B. Band J. W. Sanford Bay A. Yarnell A. J. Stephens  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 693,693.93 Overdrafts _ ___________ 60.47 U. S. Gov’t obligations-897,536.45 Other bonds and securities 392,391.36 Furniture and fixtu res-5,456.15 Banking house _________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 610,928.10 Other resources ________ 752.00  .$2,600,819.46  Total _  Liabilities Capital sto c k _______________100,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 60,000.00 Undivided profits ____ 56,559.68 7,500.00 Reserves _ ______________ Demand deposits ______ 2,076,570.18 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ 24,767.28 Public funds ___________ 205,862.81 Deposits of banks_____ _ 69,559.51 Total dep. -$2,376,759.78 Total _  .$2,600,819.46  GRANT COUNTY BANK , SHERIDAN Population, 1,338. Chartered July 29, 1903. Officers J. A . McCoy_____ ___________ President A . L. Blakely________Vice President Coats A . Mitchell______ ______ Cashier  Grant County Transit Number 81-432 Directors A. L. Blakely D. E. McCoy O. P. Cearley J. A . McCoy Coats A . Mitchell O. R. Kelly C. A. McCoy  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 336,056.71 U. S. Gov’t obligations-_ 752,062.50 Other bonds and securities 11,150.00 Furniture and fixtures__ 198.64 Banking h o u s e _____ ___ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 289,859.36  T o t a l ________________ $1,389,328.21  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities Capital s to c k ___________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund ___________ 25,000.00 Undivided p r o fits _______ 63,369.46 Demand d ep o sits___ ____ 1,051,626.61 Time d e p o s its __ ______ 15,163.89 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 17,877.13 Public f u n d s _________191,192.57 Deposits of banks_____ _ 98.55 Total dep. -$1,275,958.75 Total  $1,389,328.21  92  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF SHERRILL, SHERRILL Population, 258.  Jefferson County  Chartered August 18. 1913.  Transit Number 81-556  Officers  Directors  A. R. Merritt__________ ___ President  Jim G. F ord__________ Vice President Mrs, A. R. Merritt__________ Cashier  E. L. Burgess K. P. Cratin  A. R. Merritt Jim G. Ford  Statement o f June 80, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts_____$148,021.92 U. S, Gov’t obligations. _ 270,100.00 Other bonds and securities 46 ,750,00 Furniture and fixtu res. _ 300.00 Banking h o u s e __________ 1,400.00 Cash and clue from banks 119.264.19  Liabilities Capital stock* _________.__$ 25,000.00 Surplus fund ____________ 8,000.00 Undivided profits ________ 4,551.12 Reserves __________________ 11,500.00 Demand deposits_________ 439,043.73 Time d eposits___ ________ 53,445.05 Public fu n d s _____________ 39,296.51 Total deposits 8531,785.29  T o t a l____________________$580,836.41  T o t a l____________________ $580,836.41  * First preferred stock with par value of $12,500.00 and common stock with par value of $12,500.00.  BANK OF SIDNEY, SIDNEY Population, 153.  Sharp County  Chartered September 23, 1912. ft, S. J. P. R. C.  Atlee  Officers Westmoreland_______ President Pounders_______ Vice President Pounders_______________ Cashier C. Pounders______ Asst, Cashier  Transit Number 81-522  Directors J. P. Pounders R. C. Pounders O. S. Westmoreland  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 5,886.17 Overdrafts _ _____________ 1.45 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 280,240.00 Furniture and fixtures__ 1.00 Banking h o u se ___________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks. 117,335.66 Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$403,485,28  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ____________ $ 5,000.00 Surplus f u n d _____________ 5,400.00 Undivided p r o f it s ____ ___ 822.51 Demand d ep o sits__________ 391,414.93 Public fu n d s ______________ 827.84 Total deposits $392,242.77 Total  .$403,465.28  93  Thirty-Third Report  BRATT-W ASSON BANK, SILOAM SPRING'S Population, 2,764. Chartered April 8 , 1932. Officers __ President Marion Wavsot* . Sadie Motion' . _ ____Vice President Ynl W asson _ , _ .V ice President Tom Whiteside.. Vice Pies. & Cashiei Elsie Sumner . . _ Asst. Cashier Mae Sample _ „ _ _A ss!. Cashier  Benton County Transit Number 81-706 Directors Sadie Momoe Vol Wasson Elsie Simmer Tom Whiteside Marion Wasson  Statement o f June 30, 1947  f.iahilitK-  Resources  Loans and discount'''.  . S 791,672.40 _ 1,522.58 Overdrafts ___ _ C. S. Gov’t obligation?- 2.151.091.50 Other bonds and securities 111,344.10 Furniture and fixtures. 10.904.74 Banking house . 4.200.00 Cash and due from bank1- *25,095.51 Other resources . . . . _ 10.184.12  >3,915,914.95  Total  Capital Mock _ ____ ..8 75.000.O0 Surplus f u n d __ _______ 25.000.00 Undivided profits ....... _ 29.312,74 Reserves _________ . 24,800,00 Demand deposits _____ 3.272,269,44 Time deposits __ . ___ 362.563.35 U. S. Gov’t deposits. __ 63,027.00 Public funds __ __ __ 63,942.42 Total dep._-$3,761,802.21 Total  $3,915,914.95  S M A C K O V E R STATE B AN K ,SM A C K O V E R  Population, 2,235. Chartered April 18, 1928. Officers J. E. Berry _______________ President Mike B e r g ____________Vice President L. E. Tennyson, Jr._________ Cashier R. N. Manley__ _______ Asst. Cashier  Union County Transit Number 81-654 Directors Homer T. Rogers H. L. Berg L. E. Tennyson, Jr. Mike Berg J. E. Berry  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources Loans and discounts____$ U. S. Gov’t obligations_ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fix tu res-_ Banking h o u s e _______ _ Cash and due from banks Other resou rces_____ ___  Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  361,678.47 256,556.24 395,203.23 4,764.92 3,500.00 414,471.95 877.49  ,$1,437,052.30  Liabilities Capital s t o c k -----------; Surplus f u n d ______ ____ Undivided p r o f i t s ______ R ese rv es______ _____ ____ Demand deposits _____  Time deposits__________ U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ Public fu n d s ___________ _ Total dep.__$l,335,889.50 Total  25,000.00 25.000.00 21,162,80 30.000. 00 1,084,756.53 192,491.64 12,228.80 46,412.53  $1,437,052.30  94  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CITIZENS BANK, SMITHVILLE Population, 250.  Lawrence County  Chartered March 20 , 1901.  Transit Number 81-434  Officers R. S. R a in w a te r__________ President A. M. Starr ---------------- Vice President Luke J o h n s to n ______________ Cashier Flynn J u stu s__________ Asst. Cashier  Directors Sloan Rainwater, Jr.Webster Perkins R. S. Rainwater, Sr. A. M. Starr Mrs. R. S. Rainwater  Statement of June 20, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts_____ 8163,270.10 Overdrafts ______________ 335.14 U. S. Gov’t obligations____ 665.640.oo Other bonds and securitie> 7,920,90 Furniture and fixtures__ 1,601,00 Banking h o u s e __________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks- 159.435.2.4  Liabilities Capital stock _ .. _ -.$ 10,000.00 Surplus fund . 15,000.00 Undivided profits . 6,855.07 Reserves ___ . 5,000.00 Demand deposits _ -. 908,644.42 Public funds . 52,953.09 Total deposits -3961,597.51  Total _______________ ___ $998,452.58  Total  __ _.$998,452.58  MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK, SPARKM AN Population, 840.  Dallas County  Chartered September 9, 1916,  Transit Number 81-581  O fficers  Directors  C. F. S tu r g is_______________President S. B. H orn e__________ Vice President C. E. H a y s ____________________Cashier  Garland Gaston C. E. Hays S. B. Horne  C. F. Sturgis W . P. Sturgis P. H. Taylor  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources  Loans and discounts____ 8 106,783.94 U. S. Gov't obligations__ 680.100.00 Other bonds and securities 7,921.00 Furniture and fixtu res-. 975.00 Banking house__________ 2,400.00 Other real estate________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 440,334.02  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ___________ $ 10,000.00 Surplus f u n d __________ 18,000.00 Undivided profits______ _ 5,875.64 Demand deposits_____ 1,118,432.60 Time deposits________________ 24,414.10 Public fu n d s__________ 61,642.92 Total, d e p - -$1,204,489.62 Other liabilities  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$1,238,514.96  Total  149.70 $1,238,514.96  95  Thirty-Third Report  FIRST STATE BANK, SPRINGDALE Population, 3,319.  Washington County  Chartered February 12, 1923.  Transit Number 81-856  Directors  Officers _____ _Tbesident Tom Hargis Shelby Foid__ ______ Vice President ............. Vice President T. L, Fowler 3. R. Joyce __________ Vice President J. S. Watts . _ ______ VicePresident L, E. Johnson . _____ Vice President Joe M. Steele ___ . Vice President J. T. Bain _____- _____ _<'ashiei Mace D. H o w e l l V i b e President Alice Vanzant - - Asm Casbiei  Shelby Ford T, L. Fowler C. L. Geoige Tom Hargis Elmer Johnson L. E. Johnson  J. R, Joyce Dr. C. P. Sisco Joe M. Steele J. S. Watts A. P. Wilson  Statement of June 30, 1947  Liabilities  Resources Lean.- and discounts ..A 71b,115.18 IT S. Gov’t obligations__ 1,239,339.50 Other bonds and securities 217,225.23 Furniture and fixtures 5,<U1.50 Bi liking h ou se_____ . _ 4 .000.00 Cush and due from banks *73,765.54 i )t her resources ............. 10,334.14  Total ________ _______ .$3,093,421.09   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Capital stock _ __ . ___ $ 40,000.00 Surplus fund _ 40,000.00 Cndivided profit25,264.48 Reserves - _ . . _ ___ 20,000.00 ____ 2,084,705.64 Demand deposits Time deposit___ 634,641.78 U. S. Gov’t deposits. 22,226,60 226,582.59 Public funds _____ ____ Total dep__ *2.908,158.81 Total  . - _$3,093,421,09  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  96  BODCAW BANK, STAMPS  Population, 2,405.  Lafayette County  Chartered December 8, 1902.  Transit Number 81-436  Officers  Directors  C. L. Cabe ------------------ .-------- President J. C. C a b e ------------------ Vice President Dr. F. E. Baker_______ Vice President A. P. B e a sle y _______________Cashier C*. C. R u ssell_______ ___ Asst. Cashier  C. L. Cabe J. C. Cabe Dr. F. E. Baker  A. P. Beasley W . R. Boney R. T. Boulware  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts____$ 297,914.97 U. S. Gov’t obligations-_ 658,900.00 Other bonds and securities 170.007.45 Furniture and fixtures-_ 100.00 Banking h o u s e ________ 1.000.00 29.52 Other real estate ______ Cash and due from banks 331,456.43 Other resources _________ 2,793.49  Capital s t o c k ----------- ----- $ 50.000.00 Surplus f u n d ___________ 50.000.00 Undivided p r o fits _____ _ 54,944.30 Reserves _____________________20.628.83 Demand d e p o sits____ ,__ 1,048.265.05 Time deposits __________ 150,598.77 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ _ 12,325.28 Public fu n d s____________ 70.439.68 T o ta l d e p .__ $ 1 .2 8 1 ,6 2 8 .7 3  .$1,457,201.86  Total  Total  .$1,457,201.86  BANK OF STAR CITY, STAR CITY Population, 1,090. Chartered April 7, 1925.  Officers W . R. Alsobrook___________ President T. S. Lovett, Jr________ Vice President I. A . Cham bers_______________ Cashier Zenobia F rizz e ll________Asst. Cashier  Lincoln County Transit Number 81-437 Directors Dr. H. B. Alsobrook Clyde E. Fish W . R. Alsobrook T. S. Lovett, Jr. I. A. Chambers G. D. Smith  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources Loans and discounts____$ 165,459.25 451.800.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ Other bonds and securities 121.700.00 2 . 100.00 Furniture and fixtures__ 5,000.00 Banking h o u s e ____ _____ Other real esta te________ 304.099.34 Cash and due from banks  1.00  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,050,159.59  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ___________! Surplus f u n d ___________ Undivided p r o fits _____ _ Reserves ________________ Demand deposits____ ___ Time deposits___________ Public f u n d s ___________ Deposits of banks____ ____ Total deposits $956,950.21 Total  20 . 000. 0 0 20. 000. 00 48,449.38 4,760.00 630,630.81 90.221.36 230.789.83 5,358.21  $1,050,159.59  97  Thirty-Third Report  THE STEPHENS SECURITY RANK, STEPHENS Population, 998.  Ouachita County  Chartered February 8, 1946,  Transit Number 81-755  Officers  Directors James Smith  Chas. T, Reveley ______ ___ President  Floyd Bryan  James S m ith _________ Vice President  G. W . Haltom Chas. T. Reveley  Floyd B r y a n _____ ,___________Cashier James S. Ainsworth.------Asst. Cashier  A. B. Turner  N. S. Yarbrough  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts______ 8142,231.73 U. S. Gov’t obligations____ 214,599.48 Other h<md' and securities S7.250.7l 5.788.42 Furniture and fixtures__ Banking house _________ _ 4,915.04 Cash and due from hanks. I*>6.231.77 Other resources . ___ 516,00  Capital stock --------------------•*? 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ------- -------------8,000.00 Undivided profit:- . . . 4,559.29 Demand d ep osits -------------- 409,473.48 Time deposits-------------------- 25,000.00 U. S. Gov’t deposits ---------6,061.64 Public fu n d s ______________ 103,438.80 Total deposits .$543,973.92  T o ta l_________ ________ ..$581,533.21  T o ta l___________________$581,533.21  CITIZENS BANK, STRONG Population, 762. Chartered January 19, 1931.  Union County Transit Number 81-441  Officers  O. B. C la r k __ ___ _________ President C, B. Bird ___________ ..V ic e President B.  F in n e y _________ __________ Cashier  C. B. Bird C. H. Bird O. B. Clark  Directors J. E. Cooper E. W . Smith  Mrs. Laura Robertson._Asst. Cashier Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts_____ $187,169.33 U. S. Gov’t obligations____ 247,550.00 Other bonds and securities 8,705.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking h o u se ___________ 300.00 Other real estate__________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks. 252,275.68  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  ,$696,002.01  Liabilities Capital stock______________$ 25,000.00 25,000.00 Surplus fund ____________ Undivided p ro fits_________ 25,034.74 Reserves _________________ 564.42 Demand d e p o sits _________ 574,872.10 Time deposits____ ___ ____ 29,170.51 U. S. Gov’t deposits. _____ 2,145.73 Public fu n d s __________ 14,214.51 Total deposits .$620,402.85 Total  ,$696,002.01  §8  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THE FARM ERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, STUTTGART Population, 5,628,  Arkansas County  Chartered December 29, 1944. Officers G. H. F ran zen _____________ President  G. B. S h a fe r _________ Vice President R, F, H o w e __________ Vice President J, C. B a rn e tt______________ Cashier  Transit Number 81-747  Directors R. B, Curtis I). C. McDonald G. H. Franzen G. B. Shafer K. F. Howe Ralph Wilson Russell McCollum  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 379,030.10 U. S, Gov't obligations. _ 1,088,079.77 Other bonds and securities 254,220.90 Furniture and fix tu re s-. 1 1,399.83 Banking house ______ _ 20,020.00 Cash and due from banks 504,094.22 Other resou rce s__ _____ 527.1 *  Total ________________ $2,257,372.09  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ S 7.5,000.00 Surplus f u n d ---------------35,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ 18,176.33 Demand d e p o sits_______ 1,815,620,13 Time deposits __________ 192,694,51 U. S, Gov’t deposits____ 6,050.60 Public fu n d s __ _________ 111,730.52 Deposits o f banks_______ 2,500.00 Total dep. . 32,129,195.76 Total ___________  $2,257,372.09  CITIZENS BANK, TILLAR Population, 229. Chartered July 28, 1913. V. C. J.  Drew County Transit Number 81-446  Officers _ Directors V. C. Harrell B. C. Prewitt C. Harrell _____________ President H. Kimbro_________Vice President C. H. Kimbro W. S. Wood H. Kimbro_______________ Cashier J. H. Kimbro Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources Loans and discounts_____ 4 14,749.33 O verdrafts________________ 34.43 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 338,700.00 Other bonds and securities 57,807.50 Furniture and fixtures___ .50 Banking h o u se___________ .50 Cash and due from banks- 91,767.85 Other resources__________ 2,376.03 Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $505,436.12  Liabilities Capital stock______________$ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ______________ 25,000.00 Undivided profits_________ 17,631.16 Demand dep o sits_________ 371,504.52 U. S. Gov’t deposits______ 2,627.35 Public funds _____________ 63,673.09 Total deposits -$437,804.96  Total  _________________ $505,436.12  99  Thirty-Third Report  BANK OF TR U M AN N . TRUM ANN Population, 3,381,  Poinsett County  Chartered October 26, 1911 Officers Geo, 0 , Campbell___________ President Geo. B. C ash __________Vice President M. T. Byrn _______.____Vice President Earl Yarbrough _____________ Cashier Clyde Robertson, Jr.____Asst. Cashier Statement o f Resources Loans ami discounts . 524,993.97 U, S, Gov't obligations >3,0004)0 Other bonds and securities 23.600.00 Furniture and fixture' 1.00 Banking house____ ____ 1,200.00 Cash and due from batiks 1.195,528.53  Total  Transit Number 81-488 Directors M. T. Byrn J. F, Lady Geo. O. Campbell Geo. B. Cash Norris C. Taylor  une 30, 1947  Liabilities Capital stock _ __ .,_8 50,000.00 Surplus fin d 35.000.00 53,640.55 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ Renotw17.167.46 Demand deposits ._ 1,994,758.83 Time dep osits_______ 8,300.00 C, S. Gov’t deposits____ 12,248.89 Public fu n d s_______ . _ 151,607.77 Total dap. --$2,161,915.49 Total  12,347,723.50  .$2,347,723.50  BANK OF TUCKERMAN, TUCKERMAN Population, 875.  Jackson County  Chartered November *, L9U‘_\  Transit Number 81-44^  Officers Directors F, l . Perhx __ _ _ — ih esident O. B. Armstrong F. L. Penix R, O. Nor n s. _ _ . Vice President D. C. Dowell A. S.Riegier O. B. A r m s tr o n g ______ . . <’ashier R. <> Norris  Cham Shave!1.  _  _ A - , (AGin r St moment of June 30, 1947  Resources Loans and discounts____$ 287,897.53 U. S, Gov’t obligations - . 628,022.51 Furniture and fixtures... 1,000.00 Banking h ou se_________ 4,000.00 Cash and due from batiks 370,594.32 Other resou rces--------- 3,646.24  Total ________________ $1,245,160.60   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities Capital stock _________ .8 2o.ou0.00 Surplus f u n d ______ . 15,000.00 Undivided profits_______ 18,535,63 Demand d ep osits_______ 1,031,388.22 Time deposits______ ____ 48,341.29 Public funds ___________ 91,759.47 Deposits of hanks;. . . 15.135.99 Total dep._$1,186,624.97 Total ______ ______  . 81,245,160.60  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  100  CITIZENS BANK AND TRU ST-COM PANY, VAN BUREN Population, 5,422.  Crawford County  Chartered December 20, 1910. O fficers David T. Bryan____________President Robert W. Geliy______ Vice President Frank D. P a p e ______ ________ Cashier  Transit Number 81-101  Directors David T. Bryan Joe C. McKinney Harry W. Bryan Frank D. Pape Robert W . Geliy  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 108,301.40 U. S. Gov’t obligations. _ 1,549,528.07 Other bonds and securities 298,068.29 Banking h o u s e ________ 7,500.00 1.00 Other real e sta te _______ Cash and due from banks 475,270.34  Total ________________ $2,428,069.10  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ---------------- $ 50,000.00 Surplus f u n d ___________ 50,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ 36,409.97 Reserve? ________________ 75,700.92 Demand d e p o sits________ 1,847,923.34 Time d ep osit?___________ 264,348.59 1,417.13 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ Public fu n d ? ____________ 112,869.15 Total d e p ...$2,226,558.21 Total  _____________$2,438,009.10  PEOPLES BANK A N D TRUST COMPANY, VAN BUREN Population, 5,422. Chartered August 12, 1933. O fficers J. J. I z a r d _______ __________President Dell Miller__ ___.V ice Pres. & Cashier Stewart C o n d r e n ______ Asst. Cashier  Crawford County Transit Number 81-100 Directors Hal Brown Dell Miller C. E. Izard R. C. Rhodes Wylie B. Smith J. J. Izard A. W . Meier  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____3 147,446.53 O v e r d r a fts _____________ 260.86 U . S. Gov’t o b li g a t i o n s . _ 1,380,824.12 Other bonds and securities 146,771.05 Furniture and fix tu re s-3 ,7 4 9 .2 0 Banking h o u s e _________ 5,750.00 Other real estate_______ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 445,558.86 Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$2,130,361.62  Liabilities Capital s o t c k ______________ 8 5 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0 44,500.00 Surplus f u n d ___________ Undivided p r o f i t s ______ 7,655.67 Demand d ep osits_______ 1,428.921.50 Time d e p o s its _________ 341,316.81 U, S. Gov’t deposits_____ 13.608.94 Public f u n d s ___________ 244,358.70 Total d e p . _$2,028,205.95 Total  .$2,130,361.62  101  Thirty-Third Report  BANK OF WALDO, WALDO Population, 1,240,  Columbia County  Chartered September 2, 1899,  Transit Number 81-285  Officers Directors J, Thurston Howell W . S . •j. Thurston Howell------ ---------P r e s id e n t W, S . M c K i s s a c k ________ V ic e President Mary H. Martin. ...----- -- — __Cashier Mrs, J, Thurston Howell  M c K is s a c k  Statement of June 80, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts______ $108,663,04 U. S, Gov’t obligations____ 386,401,71 Other bonds and securities 20,233,60 Furniture and fix t u r e s ... 870.00 Banking h o u s e __________ 2,500.00 Cash and due from banks. 114,800.71 Other ie s o u r e e s _ _ ________ 5 3 4 .5 3  Liabilities Capital s to c k ____________ _$ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 5,000,00 Undivided p r o f i t s _____ 5,625.75 Reserves _____ 5,000.00 Demand d e p o s its _______ 535,539.70 Time d e p o sits_________ 9,505.32 U . S . G o v ’t deposits _______ _ 2 ,4 5 2 .8 2 P u b lic f u n d s _________________ T o t a l d e p o s i t s . $ 5 9 2 ,9 7 7 .8 4  T o t a l _____ __________  . $ 6 3 3 ,6 0 3 .5 9  4 5 ,4 8 0 .0 0  T o t a l _________________________$ 6 3 3 ,6 0 3 .5 9  THE PEOPLES BANK, WALDO P o p u la tio n , 1 ,2 4 0 .  Chartered June 22, 1910.  C o lu m b ia C o u n ty  Transit Number 81-266  Directors  Officers H . A . F i n c h e r ____ ___ ____ ____ P r e s id e n t J . E . O ’ D a n i e l ___________ Vice P r e s id e n t B . L . S c o t t ___________ , _ ___________ C a s h ie r W . B . S a w y e r . ___ ________ A s s t . C a s h ie r  E . F . F in c h e r G . L . F in c h e r  W . O . F in c h e r ,T. E . O ’ D a n ie l  H. A. Fincher  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources L o a n s and d is c o u n t s ________ $ 1 1 6 ,4 3 7 .2 5 U . S . G o v ’ t o b li g a t i o n s _____ 6 1 4 ,8 0 0 .0 0 O t h e r b o n d s a n d s e c u r itie s 4 3 ,3 4 0 .0 0 F u r n i t u r e a n d f i x t u r e s ____ 1 .0 0 B a n k i n g h o u s e __________ 1 .0 0 O t h e r r e a l e s t a t e __ ,________ 1 .0 0 C a s h a n d d u e f r o m b a n k s . 1 9 8 ,3 6 6 .1 6  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$9 72,9 46 .4 1  L ia b ilitie s C a p it a l s t o c k _________________ $ 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0 S u r p lu s f u n d ________ _________ 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0 U n d iv id e d p r o f i t s __________ 1 ,1 9 9 .6 9 D e m a n d d e p o sits ________ ___ 7 6 0 ,3 3 7 .5 6 T im e d e p o s i t s _____ __________ 9 4 ,9 0 6 .7 9 U . S . G o v ’t d e p o s i t s ._______ 5 ,0 2 1 .7 1 P u b lic f u n d s _________________ 6 1 ,4 8 0 .6 6 T o t a l d e p o s i t s . $ 9 2 1 ,7 4 6 .7 2  T otal  $ 9 7 2 ,9 4 6 .4 1  102  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF W ALDRON, W ALDRON Population, 1,298. Chartered April 3, 1901. Officers W. B. P i l e s _______________ President C. E. Forrester______Vice President M. C. B i r d __________________ Cashier Claude W, Harrison____Asst. Cashier Mollie E. Center_______ Asst. Cashier  Scott County Transit Number 81-239 Directors Miles Dozier W. A. Bates M. C. Bird C. E. Forrester Mollie E. Center W . S. Mitchell W. B. Piles Gene Davidson  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources  Loans and discounts____$ 423,139.71 Overdrafts _____________ 565.84 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 1,509,280.00 Other bonds and securities 74,550.59 Furniture and fixtu res-125.00 5,300.00 Banking h o u s e _________ Cash and due from banks 706,841.20 Other resou rces________ 4,300.00 $2,724,102.34  ’ Total  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ___________$ 50,000.00 Surplus f u n d ___________ 35,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ . 25,509.35 Demand d e p o sits_______ 2,113,668.37 Time dep osits___________ 272,410.53 II. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 48,637.85 Public fu n d s ____________ 178,876.24 Total dep ,--$2,613,592,99 Total  .$2,724,102.34  MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK, W ARREN Population, 2,516. Chartered March 15, 1890. O fficers Carl H o llis ________________ President G. B. Colvin__________ Vice President F. M. Holt_____Vice Pres. & Cashier A. L. M o o d y __________ Asst. Cashier Helen N. H arris______ Asst. Cashier  Bradley County Transit Number 81-159 Directors G. B. Colvin J, E. Stewart Carl Hollis J. C. Thompson F. M. Holt Arthur Weiss J. P. Lambert O. W. Wheless Dr. Rufus Martin  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 510,364.90 Overdrafts ------------------758.15 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 1,061,662.49 Other bonds and securities 612,399.81 Furniture and fixtures 1,480.55 Banking h o u s e -------------12,112.28 Cash and due from banks 515,494.93 Other resou rces________ 3,158.98  Total ________________ $2,717,432.09  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities  Capital s t o c k _____ _____ $ 75,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____ 60,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s ______ 42,029.01 Demand d ep osits------ — 1,754,664.27 Time dep osits____ 603,950.62 U. S. Gov’t deposits_____ 33,462.93 Public funds — _______ 143,696.27 Deposits o f banks_ 4,628.99 Total dep._-$2,540,403.08 Total ________________ $2,717,432.09  Thirty-Third Report  WARREN  BANK,  Population, 2,516,  WARREN  Bradley County  Chartered December 28, 1901. Officers Louis Ederington __________President John T, Ederington__ Vice President M. C. S in g e r _________________ Cashier M. S. Thompson_______ Asst. Cashier  103  Transit Number 81-160  Directors F, Martin Hankins J. K. Gannaway J. T. Ederington L, H. Derby Louis Ederington S. B. Meek, Jr, L, W. Ederington M. C. Singer ,L B. Frazer  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 618,143.52  1,774.69  Overdrafts  U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 1,167,239.00  Other bonds and securities 250,803.05 1,519.28 Furniture and fix tu res-17,553.40 Banking house . . 1.00 Other real estate 558.560.01 Cash and due from banks 370.75 Other resources _ _ _ Total  __  __  $2,615,964.70  __  Liabilities $ 75,000.00 Capital stock 75,000.00 Surplus fund 47,121.96 Undivided profits 5,820.10 Reserves ..... 1,678,737.24 Demand deposits 538,761.85 Time deposits 54,926.23 U. S. Gov’t deposits. 140,597.32 Public funds Total dep.__$2,413,022.64  $2,615,964.70  Total _ ..  BANK OF W EINER, W EINER Population, 447. Chartered April 2, 1909. Officers L. Hogue ________________ President R. A. Ziegenhorn______ Vice President E. E. H o g u e ___________ .Cashier H. E. W inters_________ Asst. Cashier Margaret W inters____ ,__Asst. Cashier Lena F r e n c h ___________ Asst. Cashier  Poinsett County Transit Number 81-456 E. E. Hogue L. Hogue F. R. Huber  Directors Mrs. J. B. Huber Carl Huffman R. A. Ziegenhorn  Statement o f June 30, 1947  Liabilities  Rc-our- <•-,  Loans and discounts-, s' 1M .452.58 Overdrafts ________ . 862.51 U. S. Gov’t obligations-544.700.00 Other bonds and securities 1.053.33 Furniture and fixtures 200.00 Banking house ............... 1.00 Cash and due from haulm 275.tiyl.89 Other resou rces *2399.15 Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,006,760.46  Capital s t o c k __ _______ Surplus fund _________ Undivided p r o f i t s ______ Demand d e p o sits____ Time d e p o s its _________ U, S. Gov’t deposits____ Public funds __________ Total deposits $933,136.73 Total  25,0u0.00  25,000.00 23.623.73 867.315.93 30,225.07 40.00 35.555.73  .$1,006,760.46  104  State of Arkansas: Bank Department,  BANK OF W EST MEMPHIS, W EST MEMPHIS Population, 3,389, Chartered April 21, 1928. Officers E. J. White_____ President & Cashier Wm. H, Hundhausen_ _ Vice President Kathleen Y o k le y _______ Asst. Cashier Ellene L a m b __________ Asst. Cashier  Crittenden County Transit Number 81-895 Directors €. H. Brown Arthur Russell G. M. Coleman H. E, Thompson H. R. Dabbs E. J, White Wm, H. HundhauseiD. B. Woollard Cecil Oliver  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 205,813.82 XL S. Gov’t obligations-665,300.00 Other bonds and securities 124,369.15 3,000.00 Furniture and fix tu res-Cash and due from banks 1.054,472.30  Total _______ ________ $2,052,755.27  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ___________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus f u n d ___________ 37,500.00 Undivided profits _____ 15,089.88 Demand deposits ______ 1,831,258.17 Time d e p o s its __________ 129,714.88 XI. S. Gov’t deposits____ 3,877.50 Public f u n d s __________ 185,515.04 Total dep.__$l,950,165.59 Total ______________ --$2,052,755.27  MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK, W EST MEMPHIS Population, 3,389. Chartered August 5, 1941. Officers R. E. R ob ertso n __________ President J. C. McCaa — ______ Vice President H. O. Coats _____________ -Cashier Mrs. James Bledsoe___-Asst. Cashier  Crittenden County Transit Number 81-743 Directors John A. Cooper Jack W. Rich J. C. Johnson R. E. Robertson J. C. McCaa John M. Smith W. Lytle McKee  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 347,217.37 O v e r d r a fts -------------------25.42 U. S. Gov’t obligations-774,514.40 Other bonds and securities 165,716.33 Furniture and fix tu res-9,622.25 Cash and due from banks 831,689.07  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$2,128,784.84  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ___________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus f u n d ___________ 25,000.00 Undivided profits ______ 48,394.11 Demand d e p o s its ________ 1,681,882.67 Time deposits __________ 183,991.02 U. S. Gov’t deposits______ 8,496.12 Public funds __________ 96,858.73 Deposits o f banks_______ 54,184.19 Total d e p .--$2,005,390,73 Total  .12,128,784.84  105  Thirty-Third Report  Rl< K G R O W E R S  RANK.  Population, 362.  W HEATLEY  St. Francis County  Chartered September 27. 1909.  Transit Number 81-458  <)t Peer'  Director.'  H K Smith, Jr,______ _____ President Robert CarvelL.Viee Pres, & Cashier Mcii y Frances Williams _Asst, Cashier  Robert Carvell May me Lyon  H. K. Smith, Jr.  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Liabilities Capital stock ____________ $ 25,000,00 Loans and discounts,____ $412,343.07 U. S, Gov’t obligations___ 111,820.00 21,000.00 Surplus fund______________ Furniture and fixtures______________ 700.00 Undivided p r o f i t s _______ 26,943.13 Banking h o u s e __ ,___ 1,000,00 Demand d e p o s its ________ 591,830.69 Time deposits ____________ Cash and due from banks- 209,285.60 38,405.31 Public f u n d s ______________ 31,969.54 Total deposits. $662,205.54 Total - _________ - ______ $735,148.67  T o t a l___________________$735,148.67  WILMOT STATE BANK, WILMOT  Population, §25. Chartered October 25, 1937.  Ashley County Transit Number 81-738  O fficers Directors W, N, W ilh ite _____________-President Dr. M. C. Crandall J. B. Shackelford Dr, ML C, Crandall_____Vice President Wm. B. deYampert 6 . B. Stovall H. L, C o w lin g ________ - ____ Cashier E, H. Dunning W . N. Wilhite Statement of June 80, 1947 Resources I.nans and discounts -. A 90,252.79 t”. S. Gov't obligations - 92,700.00 Furniture and fixtures 750.00 Cash and due from banks _ 499,050.24  Liabilities Capital stock ______ ______$ 25,000.00 Surplus fund______________ 15,000.00 Undivided p r o f i t s _____ _ 13,720.59 Demand d e p o sits _________ 583,279.84 Public funds ____________ Total deposits- $629,032.44  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $682,753.03  Total  45,752.60  $682,753.03  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  106  BANK OF WILSON, WILSON Population, 1,500.  Mississippi County  Chartered October 8, 1908. Officers J. H. Crain______ Chairman o f Board Benton G a r r e t t____________President C. J. Lowrance, Jr.____Vice President J. B. G w y n _______________ Cashier Marie W il s o n _________ Asst, Cashier Lucy Childs __________ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-462 Directors S. A. Regenold J, H. Crain R. H. Robinson Benton Garrett R, E. L. Wilson, Jr. C. J. Lowrance, Jr. J. E. Crain  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts____$ 927,961.25 444.87 O v e r d r a fts ______________ 477,297.10 U. S. Gov’t obligations^.. Other bonds and securities 108,800.00 Furniture and fixtu res. 3,811.77 764,772.80 Cash and due from banks 5,113.66 Other resources ________  .$2,288,201.45  Total  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ___________$ 50,000.00 225,000.00 Surplus f u n d _____ _____ Undivided p r o f i t s _______ 28,910.02 R e s e r v e s ________________ 7,191.93 Demand deposits _______ 1,354,584.52 Time, deposits___________ 141,310.93 U. S.’ Gov’t deposits______ 8,215.76 Public f u n d s ___________ 470,785.71 Deposits o f banks______ 2,202.58 Total dep.__$l, 977,099.50 Total  .$2,288,201.45  CROSS COUNTY BANK , W Y N N E Population, 3,633. Chartered June 5, 1891. Officers Dave Block _______________ President H. K. Barwiek, Jr------- Vice President J. W . L ipscom b____ _________ Cashier Wallace E ld rid g e______ Asst. Cashier  Cross County Transit Number 81-151 Directors H. K. Barwiek, Jr. J. C. Hilliard Dave Block J. W . Lipscomb David Drexler W . W . Shaver, Jr. D. M. Hamrick H. Steinberg  Statement of June 30, 1947 Liabilities Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 725,729.07 Capital s t o c k ___________$ 30,000.00 Surplus f u n d ___________ 90,000.00 Overdrafts _______ _______ 70.61 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 421.800.00 Undivided profits _____ 31,148.83 Other bonds and securities 183.475.00 Demand deposits________ 1,346,564.77 71,963.43 Furniture and fixtures. 3.000. 00Time d ep o sits__________ Banking h o u s e _________ 10,648.64 3.000. 00 U. S. Gov’t deposits____ Public funds_____________ 185,265.72 Cash and due from banks 428,516.71 Total dep.__$l,614,442.56 Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,765,591.39  Total  $1,765,591.39  Thirty-Third Report  THE BANK OF YELLVILLE, YELLVILLE Population, 546,  Marion County  Chartered December 13, 1945.  Transit Number 81-753  Officers H. A. B urn es_____________ President Lon W . B e r r y ___ _____Viee President  Park G a in es_________ Vice President Bernice Berry _____ Cashier B. R. R iggs_______ ,____ Asst. Cashier Statement of Resources Loans and discounts___— $209,977.63 U. S, Gov’t obligations____ 2 6 7 ,0 0 0 .0 0 Other bonds and securities 23,102.30 1,000.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Cash and due from banks- 304,765.55  T o t a l___  ______ ____ $805,845.48   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Bernice Berry Lon W . Berry H. A. Burnes Park Gaines  Directors W . M. Keeter B. R. Riggs Wynona Willingham  30, 1947 Liabilities Capital s t o c k ____ __________ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d ______ _ 5,000.00 Undivided p ro fits______ __ 4,318.21 Demand deposits__________ 639,902.89 Public funds _____ 131,624.38 Total deposits- $771,527.27 Total  ____$805,845,48   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  REPORT OF BUILDING AND LOAN DIVISION AND SECURITIES DIVISION   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  110  BUILDING AND LOAN DIVISION December 31, 1946  Statement of eight active state chartered Building and Loan Associations, compiled from annual reports rendered the Arkan­ sas State Bank Department as o f December 31, 1946. List o f four voluntary liquidating Building and Loan A s­ sociations as of December 31, 1946.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  111  Thirty-Third Report  COMBINED STATEMENT OF THE EIGHT ACTIVE STATE CHARTERED BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS  AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1948 Assets Lash o;, hand and m Duol - _ _ Ilea! estate loan- . __ Share l o a n s ........._ _ ......Loan-, on othei securities __ Real estate contracts of sale __ Miscellaneous accounts receivable U. S, Government obligating- „ - __  *Alter securities . - _ Real *’state owned __ Ileal estate -office imiiduiv, - Furniture and fixtures . <»thei  a-w ts  T' »T A f  __  .  ....................... ......................? 184,960.81 _____________ 4,195,66:1.11 - 24.951.25 _________________________ 30,870.53 ______________ . _ . 59,117.60 ________________ 3,883.87 _____________ 670,920.00 41,901.00 __________ .. ________ 2,364.00 ... . . . . . . 1,056.61 ________________________ 1,056.81 ______ . _____ 17,247.04 $5,233,208,13  ASSETS Liabilities  Permanent stock, fully paid ______________ ____________ _______ ___ S 50,000.00 Installment shares ___________________________________ ....207,587.83 Full paid shares _______ __ _______________________ _________ . 2.900,son. i.t Optional shares __________________________________ .oi3.475.3n Mortgage pledged shares _______________ __________________ .. 25,437.01 Prepaid shares _________________________________________ __05,518.53 Notes payable ------------------------------ ---------------- ----------------- .. .. 391,129.94 Miscellaneous accounts payable ______________________ __1,650.98 Deposits— investment certificates __ __ . 31,500.00 Accrued interest ___________ _. 2,651.53 Legal r e s e r v e __ ________ __ ________ ____________ ____________ 225.842.63 Other reserves __________ __________________ _______________ . 809.3843*2, Undivided p r o f i t s __ ____ ,___ _____________ _____ __ _________ _____ 305,230.17 Other liabilities ____________ ________ _____________ ___ ____ 0 2 ,9 4 N0 O TOTAL LIA B IL IT IE S ________________ _____ _______________ $5,223,208.13   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  112  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  FAYETTEV ILLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION FAYETTEVILLE, ARK AN SA S December 31, 1946 O fficers A. C. Ucker ________________President W . P, McNair, Jr._Exec. V. President David M c N a i r ____________ Secretary Assets Cash on hand & in banks $ 27,602.38 Real estate loans________ 610,940.50 Share loans _____________ 1,575.00 Contracts o f sale— real estate 7,534.22 United States Bonds _____ 170,000.00 Other secu rities __________ 5,200.00 Real estate ow n ed________ 1.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00  H. E. Cravens Harrison Hale  Directors H. L. Pearson W . C. Smith  L ia b ilitie s  Notes payable ___________ 3 25,000.00 Other lia b ilities__________ 278.48 Installment sh ares------------ 39,374.06 Full paid shares__________ 513.200.00 Optional payment shares and p r o fit ______________ 108,773.53 Legal re se rv e _____________ 33,000.00 Other reserve ___________ 91,000.00 Undivided p r o f it s ________ 12.228.03  $822,854.10  $822,854.10  FORREST CITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION FORREST CITY, ARK AN SAS December 31, 1946 D irectors  O ffic e r s  Ed Ash ___________________ President C. W . N o r to n _____________ Secretary  -A.sscits  W . E. Stevens Gazzola Vaccaro  L iab ilitie s  Cash on hand & in banks_$ 12,530.56 Real estate loans__________ 169,255.31 Share lo a n s _______ 43.55 United States bonds______ 13,000.00 Other securities___ _______ 3,000.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  John C. Bowen W . W . Campbell A . L. Harris  $197,830.42  Notes payable ___________ 8 Other liabilities__________ Installment shares ________ Full paid sh ares__________ Legal reserv e_____________ Undivided profits_________  32.000.00 313.73 38.114.09 9 7 .0 5 0 JH! 10, 000.00  20.352.60  $197,830,42  Thirty-Third Report  113  UNITED BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION FORT SMITH, A RK AN SAS December 31, 1946 Officers F. W . Dyke ----------- ______ President R. A . Young ________ Vice President Nathaniel Dyke, J r ,.. ___ Secretary Martin T. Dyke ,— __ Vice President and Treasurer Brady Pryor _ _ _ . .. . Attorney  Directors W . V . Boatwright A . R. Noe R. B. Cutting Brady Pryor R. J. Ross C. C. Davis Allen Henderson  Assets Cash on hand & in banks I 66,095.57 Real estate loans-------- __ 1,721,136.91 Share lo a n s _________ 3,500.00 United States bonds__ 309,020.00 12,500.00 Other securities _ ___ Furniture and fixtures. 1,306.71 Other assets ____ _ 5,297.18  Liabilities Notes payable _____ ____ $ 125,000.00 Other lia b ilitie s___ ____ 52,013.30 31,500.00 Deposits, H. O. L. C. ____ 66,921.30 Installment shares ______ Full paid shares___ _ 1,376,400.00 Optional payment shares 385,859.21 and p r o fit____ __ Legal reserve _____ 38,877.06 20,595.51 Other reserve _____ ____ Undivided p r o fits __ ____ 21,689.99  $2,118,856.37  $2,118,856.37  JONESBORO BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION JONESBORO, ARK ANSAS December 31, 1946 O fficers E. L, Westbrooke, Sr.__ President E. L. Westbrooke, Jr.__Viee President J. E. Gregson ___________Secretary W. H. James ____________ Bookkeeper  Directors F. J. Gregson J. H. Little, Jr. J. R. Gregson E. L. Westbrooke, Sr. J. B. Hinson Edward Westbrooke, Jr.  Assets Cash on hand & in banks_$ 6,041.13 Real estate loans..__ _ 252,229.86 Loans on other securities. 100.00 Contracts o f sale— real estate ______ 10,905.49 Real estate— office building 7,500.00 Furniture and fix tu re s .__ 1.00 Other assets _________— 7,522.07  Liabilities Notes payable ___________$105,809.94 Other liabilities____ 17,122.33 Installment sh ares ____ 28,892.50 Legal reserve ______ 11,379.31 Other r e s e r v e ___ ___ 20,862.55 Undivided p ro fits----- ------ 100,232.92  $284,299.55  $284,299.55   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  114  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  CITIZENS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION JONESBORO, ARK AN SA S December 31, 1946 Officers President William R. Stuck. ______ Charles A. Stuck ________ .Secretary .Mary Lucile C ollier. ____Bookkeeper  Directors Charles A. Stuck Florence Stuck William R. Stuck Martha G. Stuck  Assets Cash on hand & in banks, _$ 437.22 Real estate lo a n s _________ 2,643.53 Loans on other securities_ 25,550.02 Contracts o f sale— real estate 19,866.91 Miscellaneous accounts rcbl. 3,883.87 Real estate o w n e d ________ 2,350.00 Other a s s e t s ______________ 2,000.00  Liabilities Notes p a y a b le _____ _______ $10,000.00 Other lia b ilitie s ___________ 3,146.38 Full paid s h a r e s ____ ______ 27,675.00 Legal r eserv e __________ 2,984.25  $56,736.55  $56,736.55  Other reserv e________ Undivided p r o f it s _________  6,198.75 6,732.17  PEOPLES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION LITTLE ROCK, A R K A N SA S December 31, 1946  O fficers  Directors  W . W . F in c h ______________ President and Secretary Claibourne W . Conway .V ice President Carl H o llis ___________ Vice President and Chairman of Board W . C. T h o m a s _____________Treasurer and Assistant Secretary Pearl H in k le ____ Assistant Secretary  Robert C. Bird Claibourne W . Conway W . W . Finch Pearl Hinkle  Carl Hollis W . C, Thomas Mrs. Evalyn S. Lipe  Assets  Liabilities  Cash on hand & in banks_$ 10,288.28 Real estate loans---------------- 810,193.24 Share loans — ----------------7,402.70 Contracts of sale— real 12,739.56 e s t a t e ------ — ----------- — United States bonds---------64,000.00 Other securities -------------8,200.00 Furniture and fixtures__ 1,053.61  Notes payable ___________ $ 65,000.00 Other liabilities__________ 11,133.03 Installment shares ______ 28,113.56 Full paid s h a r e s _________ 585,975.00 Prepaid sh a r e s___________ 65,513.53 Legal re se rv e _____________ 84,902.01 Other reserve ___________ 31,393.69 Undivided profits _________ 41,846.57  $ 9 1 3 ,8 7 7 .3 9  $ 9 1 3 ,8 7 7 .3 9   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Thirty-Third Report  115  ARGEN TA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION  NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1946 O fficers Lee Miles .— _______________President Joe W . P u g h ________ Vice President and Treasurer Solon Humphreys _______ Secretary and Manager Derail Eason_Cashier and Bookkeeper Mrs. W. F. Spradling..Stenographer A sscts Cash on hank'& in banks.$ 37,451.33 Real estatte loans ______ __ 350,943.32 Share loans _____________ 150.00 Contracts o f sale— real estate ______ 2,483.23 United States bonds______ 107,400.00 Other secu rities_________ 10,101.00 Real estate owned . . . . __ 3.00 Other assets ____  Directors Mrs. Lucy P. Humphrey sLee Miles Solon Humphreys Joe W . Pugh  12.30  Liabilities Miscellaneous accounts payable ____ ____________ $ 1,656.96 Other liabilities__________ 8,835.37 Full paid shares__________ 156,450.00 Optional payment shares and profits — _________ 118,842.56 Legal reserv e____________ , 30,000.00 Other reserv e____________ 133,966.34 Undivided p r o fit s ________ 58,792.95  $508,544.18  $508,544.18  W ARREN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION W ARREN, A R K A N SA S December 31, 1946 Officers J. R. G annaw ay____________President Louis E derington____ Vice President B. R. W a r d la w _____________Secretary B. B a l l ____ _________________Attorney  Directors B. Ball J. R. Gannaway Louis Ederington N. R. Herring J. B. Frazer  Assets Cash on hand & in banks_$ 4,514.34 Real estate loans-------------- 278,315.41 12,280.00 Share loans --------------------Loans on other securities. 5,220.51 Contracts of sale— real estate ------ -— _______ 5,588.19 United States bonds---------7,500.00 Other securities .— -------2,900.00 Real estate owned — -----10.00 Real estate— office building 1,465.00 Other a s e s t s ------- ---------— 2,416.09  Accrued in te re st_________ 2,651.53 105.44 Other liabilities__________ Mortgage pledged — shares and dividends__________ 25,437.01 Permanent stock, fully paid 50,000.00 Installment shares ______ 6,172.12 Full paid shares... _______ 144,100.45 Legal reserve ___________ 14,700.00 Other reserv e____________ 5,368.08 Undivided profits _____ 43,354.94  $320,209.57  $320,209.57   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities  Notes p a y a b le ___________ $ 28,320.00  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  116  LIST OP POUR VOLUN TARILY LIQUIDATING STATE CHARTERED BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS IN A RK AN SAS AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1946 Leader Building and Loan Association________ ,______ _____Little Rock Prudential Building and Loan Association------- ------------- - Little Rock Equitable Building and Loan Association_______________.L ittle Rock Young Men’s Building and Loan Association____________ Little Rock   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  SECURITIES DIVISION   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  118  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  COMBINED STATEM ENT OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF FIT E INDUSTRIAL LOAN INSTITUTIONS OPERATING UNDER ACT 111 OF 1941 June 30, 1947 Assets Cash on hand and in banks_________________ .____________ ._______ $ Loans _ -------------.---------------------------------------------------------------------Miscellaneous accounts receivable_____________________ _________ Bonds and securities-_____________ _______- _________ ______ ________ Furniture and fixtures_______________ ..______ ___ ___________ _ Other assets ______________ ___ ____ ____ _____ __________________— TO TAL A S S E T S  Miscellaneous accounts payable______________________________ Thrift savings certificates _________________ ._________ _______________ Debentures _ ______________,_______________ ______ __ .._____ _____ ___ _ Other liabilities ___________ ________ _________________ ______ ________ Reserves _ __________________________________________________________ Common stock ____________________________ _________ _____ ________ ,____ Preferred stock _________________ ______________— ___ _ Surplus _ .---------------------------------- ----- ------ -------- ------------------ ----- ----- ----Undivided p r o fits --------------------- ------------------- --- --- ----- ----- ------------------ASSETS   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  52,662.00 4,337.94 30,044.69  _ _ _ _____________________________ ______________$1,004,769.35  Liabilities Investment certificates ___________ ______ ___ _____ _________________ _$ Notes payable _____________________ ______________ _____ ______ ,_____ _  TOTAL  34,725.38 882,959.07 40.29  11,018.24 264,964.16  11,485.88 101,542.97 76,300.00 15,810.59 22,528.34 240,000.00 67,975.00 181,121.40 12,022.77  _______________________ _____ __________________________$ 1 ,0 0 4 ,7 6 9 .3 5  Thirty-Third Report  m  COMMERCIAL CREDIT PLAN, INC. LITTLE ROCK, ARK AN SA S June 30, 1947 O fficers W . B. Wylie— ____ _ W . E. Mules— — -------- ---- ----S. M. Chesney__________  ______________ President ___ ___________ __ __ Secretary ______ __________ Treasurer  A s s e ts  Liabilities  Cash on hand and in banks $ 4,837.90 Loans _ .. ___________ 131.512.70  Notes p a y a b le ____________$107,964.16 U n e a r n e d interest and  Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s rcbl. _ ---------------------— Bonds and securities___ _  discount _______________ Common stock ...  8,727.86 50.u00.00  Surplu- . .. Reserves _ ____ _______ .  16,991.48  40.29  52,662.00 88.50  Other assets ---------  81*9,141.39  5,457.89 $189,141.39  F R IE N D L Y F IN A N C E C O M P A N Y F \ Y F.TTEV 1L L E . A R K A N S A S  June 30, 1947 O ffic e rs  Harvey L. Joyce. John H. Joyce Helen M. Joyce...  President Vice-President Secretary  Liabilities  A s s e ts  Cash on hand and in banks $ Loans _ _________________ Furniture and fixtures Other assets _ — ------ .  470.17 9,847.20 39.77 26.93  Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s payable _ ______ — ____ $ 205.00 Common s t o c k ___ _______ 10,000.00 Reserves _ ________________ _ 179.07  $ 19,384.07  10,384.07  MORGAN PLAN COMPANY TEX AR K A N A , A R K A N SA S June 30, 1947 O ffic e r s  J. R. Gunter — - ____ ____ _______ _ F. E. Wilson ____ _________________ S. H. Atkinson ____ _____ ___________  __ _ _ _ ------ President ------- Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer  Assets Cash on hand and in banks $ 10,846.85 Loans ________________ ___ _ 124,043.46 Furniture and fixtures __ 514.44  Liabilities Investment certificates __ $ 5,768.24 Notes p a y a b le ____ ,_____ _ 4,000.00 Common s t o c k ___ _____ __ 50,000.00 Surplus _ _____ ___ _______ 74,074.46 Reserves _ --------- ------------- 1,562.05  $135,404.75  $135,404.75   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  120  N A TIO N AL CREDIT CORPORATION PINE BLUFF, ARK AN SA S June 30, 194? ____ President  N. J, Gantt, Jr. _ Y . D. W e b b ____ C. A . D a v ie s ___ C. S. McNew, Jr.  Vice-President  __ _ Secretary Treasurer  Assets  Cash on hand and in banks ; 3,387.31 Loans _ . . — ___— 187,042.45 285.62 Furniture and fixtures __  Liabilities Investment ce rtifica te s ___ $ 5,250.00 Notes payable 18,000.00 Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s payable_________________ , 749.83 Other liabilities __________ 95.06 Common s t o c k ___________ 100,000.00 Surplus _ ________________ 27,500.00 R eserves__________________ 7,097.72 Undivided profits ______ 12,022.77  $170,715.38  $170,715.38  PEOPLES LOAN AN D IN VESTM ENT COM PANY FORT SMITH, A R K A N SA S  June 30, 1947 Officers R. A . Y o u n g __________________________________________ President W . A . N eedham ____ ____________________________Vice-President R. C. H elvie________________ Secretary and General Manager Mary C. S i m s _______________________________________ Treasurer  Assets Cash on hand and in banks $ 15,183.13 Loans — — ____ __— 450,513.26 Furniture and fix tu res 3,498.11 Other a s s e t s ___ __________ 29,929.26   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $499,123.76  Liabilities Thrift Savings C e r ts.____ $101,542.97 Notes p a y a b le ___________ 135,000.00 Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s payable_________________ 10,531.05 Other liabilities___ _________ 6,987.67 Debentures (1965 Matur­ ity) _ _________ 76,300.00 Common s t o c k -------- ,-----30,000.00 Preferred s t o c k ___ _______ 67,975.00 Surplus _ _______ 62,555.46 R eserves______ _______________ 8,231.61 $499,123.76  121  Thirty-Third Report  COMBINED STATEM ENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF TW EN TY-SIX INDUSTRIAL LOAN INSTITUTIONS OPERATING UNDER ACT 135 OF 1937 JUNE 30, 1947 Assets __ ____________ _________________ ____ $ 201,184,99 Loans _ -------------------- _________ _______ _______ ,_____ _____ 1,908,884.12 Miscellaneous accounts receivable _________ _________ _____ _____ 32,838.12 Cash on hand and in banks  U. S. Bonds and other see in i t i e s ______ ______,_____________________ . . . ____ . ____ ____________ _____ ___,_________ Furniture and fixtures - - , . . ___ _______________ ___ ____ ___ _ Real estate owned __________________ ___ ____ ___________ Other assets . ___ ________________________________ _  Office buildings  TO TAL A SSE T S  29,601.55 37,201.14 21,162.86 41,946.60 20,096.55  __________ - _________ __________ _ ____________ ____ $2,290,875.93  Liabilities Notes payable _______________________________________________________ $ 863,613.61 Miscellaneous accounts payable __________________________ 54,240.95 Unearned interest _____________________________ _________ _____ ____ 87,220.12 Other liabilities _____________________________— ____ _____ __________ 17,146.81 Investment savings certificates_____________ _____ ,____ ___ _________ 97,917.02 Investment bonds ___________________________ ______ _____ .___________ _ 40,830.28 38,083.63 Mortgages and liens _______ _____ ____________________ _________ ____ Debentures _ _____________________________ ___ _____ __ ____ _________ 30,000.00 77,777.86 Reserves _ _____________________________________ Common stock ________ ___ ________________ ______________ _____ ____ 532,588.40 Branch Capital _________________________________ 303,402.84 Preferred stock ____________ ________________ .____________ _________ 19,693.66 S u r p lu s _____________ 72,056.78 Undivided profits __________________________ 56,303.97 TOTAL LIA B IL IT IE S   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  _______________ ________________ ____________$2,290,875.93  122  State of Arkansas; Bank Department  A RK A N SA S ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION HARRISON, A RK AN SAS June 30, 1947 Officers Verl H u dspeth --------------------President and General Manager Rabie Rhodes ___________ __________________ Vice-President L. A . W a tk in s _________ ,________ ____ ________ Vice-President Roy L. Baker, J r . ____ ____ _________ _____ ____ _____ Secretary J. M. B u llo ck ---------- ----- ------------------------------------ ----- Treasurer  Assets Cash on hand and in banks $ 28,082.98 Loans _____________________ 168,981.24 Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s receivable ______________ 127.00 Furniture and fixtures __ 1.129.66 Other a s s e t s ______________ 42.77  Liabilities  '  Notes payable ___________ $111,500.00 Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s payable _ __________ ____ Unearned in terest_____ .__ Other liabilities ___________ Dealers r e se r v e __________ Common s t o c k ______ ____ Subordinated debenture  168.41 16,623.29 572.01 6,119.14 30.000. 00  issue ____________ _______  30.000. 00 3,380.80  Undivided p r o fits ______ __  $198,363.65  $198,363.65  A R K A N SA S INVESTM ENT COMPANY HOT SPRINGS, A R K A N SA S June 30, 1947 Officers E. E . S te ig le r------------ .------ ----------___ _ _ _ ------------------ President G. E. H ogaboom ------ , — ---------------------------------Vice-President J. Fillmore M eadow s__________ ______ _ Secretary-Treasurer and General Manager  Assets Cash on hand and in banks $ 2,451.75 Loans ________ 43,400.80 Furniture and fix tu r e s __$ 284.67 Other a s s e t s ___ _____ 1,012.08   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $ 47,149.30  Liabilities Notes payable ____________ | Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s payable _ ______________ Unearned interest ________ Common s t o c k ___________ R eserves______ _____ ______ Undivided profits ________  6,600.00 239.11 683.66 35,000.00 2,390.07 2,236.46  $ 47,149.30  Thirty-Third Report  123  ATLA S FINANCE COMPANY LITTLE ROCK, ARK AN SAS June 30, 1947  Officers Julia Snow Harris ___ _____ ____________________ President B, P. R o g e r s __ _______ ______________________ Vice-President S. M. Harris ______ _____________  Secretary-Tr easnrcr  and General Manager Assets Cash on hand and in banks $ 2,670.76 155,082.02 Loans _ — _ 130.55 Furniture and fixtures 15.00 Other Assets  Liabilities Investment savings $ Certificates Notes payable ___ Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s payable _ ___ Unearned interest _ Common stock Surplus __ _ Reserves Undivided profits  58,633.48 44,950.00 11,230.48 10,792.35 15,300.00 9,232.45 5,895.69 1,863.88  $157,898.33  $157,898.33  CENTRAL LOAN' AND INVESTMENT COMPANY LITTLE ROCK, ARK AN SAS June 30, 1947 Officers F, W . Du.ttlin.ger Merle M. Adkins G, W . Massery _ A. C. Gannaway  __________ President __ __ Vice-President _____ Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer  Assets  Liabilities  Undivided p r o fit s ________ 3,380.90 Loans _______ 131,547.33 Furniture andfixtures __ 517.44 Other a s s e t s ___ _______ 4,396.34  Investment bonds ______ $ 40,830.28 Notes payable -----48,755.93 Other liabilities _____ 731.71 Common .'•lock _____ 43,450.00 Reserve------1,779.48 Undivided p ro fits----------5,149.67  $140,697.07  $140,697.07   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  124  GENERAL CONTRACT PURCHASE CORPORATION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS June 30, 1947  Officers A. A . W . E, W . G, P. W.  B lu m eyer _____ ________ ____ ____ ___________ President Burtelow __________________ _ Executive Vice-President S ch u b erg _____ __________________________ Vice President Herzog ----------------------------- Vice-President, Secretary  Assets Cash on hand and in banks $ 44,980.52 Loans _ ___________ ______ 102,372.80 United States B o n d s ____ 10,000.00 2,335.26 Furniture and fixtures __ Other a s s e t s _____ ,____ ___ 1,126.66  Liabilities Notes p a y a b le ------ -----------1 96,662,68 Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s 991.93 payable_______ _________ , 3,789.73 Other liabilities__________ Common s t o c k _____ _______ 50,000.00 1,324.15 Surplus _________ _________ 8,046.75 Reserves ________ — ___ — $160,815.24  $160,815.24  H ELEN A INDUSTRIAL LOAN CORPORATION H ELEN A , A R K A N SA S June 30, 1947  Officers W . W . Moore --------------------------------------------- --- ----- President William T. G r e e r ------ Vice-President and General Manager S. H. H u r s t------------------------------------------- - Secretary-Treasurer  Assets Cash on hand and in banks $ 12,329.79 Loans ________________ 64,615.43 Furniture and fixtures — 1.00 Other assets — _— ---------15.00   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $ 76,961.22  Liabilities Installment savings certificates _ __________ .$ 25,808.54 Notes p a y a b le -------- ----------- 29.970.00 Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s 167.36 payable - _____ — ______ Common stock ___________ 18.800.00 Surplus _________ ____ ___— 2,215.32 $ 76,961.22  Thirty-Third Report  125  HOME FINANCE COMPANY, INC. EL DORADO, ARK ANSAS June 30, 1947 O fficers G. M. McDavid ___________________________________ President Julius M ille r ______ - _____________________ ________ Secretary \ssei.« < ash on baud end in banks S Is, 147.87 Loans _ .. ________ 57,0,50,7.32 Real estate— office bldg. _ 28,100.00 Furniture and f i x t m e s __ 6,087.76 ( >ther assets __ ____ _ 55.00  Liabilities Notes payable ________ 8340,000.00 Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s paytible _ ___________ . 8,063.24 Unearned interest _____ 49,757.73 Other liabilities __ . __ 459.00 M ortgage' and Mens _ __ 15,000,00 105,000.00 Comnrin s t o c k ____ . Reserves . _______________ 27,984.99 Dealers reserve _________ 10,813.50 Undivided p r o f i t s ________ 31,117.49  $588,195.95  $588,195.95  HOME FINANCE SYSTEM. HELENA, ARK ANSAS June 30, 1947 Officers A. M. Coates ______________________________ .____President Christine H. Coates _____________________ ._____ _ Secretary John R. C o a t e s __ _______________________ General Manager Assets  Liabilities  Cash on hand --------- -------- ? 331 01 Loans _________________ 42,130.67 Furniture and fix t u r e s ---257.25 Other assets -------------- -— 84.25  Notes payable ______ ,____$ 4,00-0.00 Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s payable _ _____ ________ 46.66 Unearned in te r e s t _______ 4,027.42 Other lia b ilitie s _________ 777.57 Common stock __________ , 25,000.00 Surplus _ ________________ 8,951.53  $ 42,803.18  $ 42,803.18   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  126  INDUSTRIAL THRIFT AND LOAN ASSOCIATION CAMDEN, ARK ANSAS June 30, 1947 O fficers L. M. S t e r n _____ ._________________________________ President  Treasurer and General Manager J. E, G aughan ---------------------------------------------- Vice-President  C.  D. Sanders __________________________________  Assets  Secretary  Cash on h a n d ___________ $ 100.00 Loans _ __________ .______ 38,825.34 Furniture and fix t u r e s ___ 271.59  Liabilities Notes payable ____.______ $ 8,500.00 Other liabilities _________ . 1,336.06 Common stock ____ 25,000.00 Reserves ... _______________ 62.50 Undivided p r o fi t s ________ 4,298.47  S 89,196.93  f 39,196.93  LEDGERWOOD LOAN AND INVESTM ENT COMPANY  HOT SPRINGS, A RK AN SAS June 30, 1947 O fficers Cecil H. L edgerw ood________ _________________ Sole Owner Assets Cash on hand and in banks f 5,165.79 Loans _ _________________ S 13,102.56 Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s rcbl. ..._________________ 1,408.95 United States Bonds and other securities _______ 18,128.68  Liabilities Common stock __________ f 20,000.00 Surplus — ----------------------- 17,805.98  $ 37,805.98  $ 37,805.98  LIBERTY LOAN AND REALTY COMPANY LITTLE ROCK, ARK AN SAS June 30, 1947 Officers J. W . Straw n ------— ----------------------------------------------- President J. W. Strawn, J r . ---------------------------------------------Vice-President Mrs. J. W. S tr a w n ----------------------------------------------- Secretary Assets Cash on hand and in banks $ 15,721.16 Loans - ----------------- --------- 52,749.15 Furniture and fixtures — 1,831.20  Liabilities Notes p a y a b le ___________ $ 37,900.00 Unearned in t e r e s t _______ 5,335.67 Other liabilities _________ 422.59 Common stock __________ 10,000.00 Surplus _ — --------18,443.25  $ 70,101.51  ? 70,101.51   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  127  Thirty-Third Report  PEERLESS THRIFT AMD LOAN COMPANY MORRILTON, ARKANSAS June 80, 1947  Officers Carroll W. Johnston, Pauline Johnston _____________Owners  Assets  Liabilities  Cash on hand and in banks $ 858,13 Loans - ________________ 13,530,27  Notes p a y a b le ____________ $ Net worth ______________ Reserves _________________  $ 14.188.40  3,750.00  9,938.40 500,00  $ 14,188,40  PEOPLES LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANY JONESBORO, ARKANSAS June 30, 1947  O fficers Joe N. Martin __ h M MoortJulian James  __ President and General Manager ---------------------------- Vice-President — --------------------------- Secretary  ..  Assets Cash on hand and in b a n k s! Loans _ ----- ------ ------------------ -  1,438.93 12,125.58  Liabilities Notes p a y a b le ___ ____ ____ $  7,650.00  Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s payable _ ______ ________ Common stock ___________ Undivided p r o fits _________  326.00 5.000.00 586.51  $ 13,562.51  $ 13,562.51  UNION INDUSTRIAL LOAN CORPORATION NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS June 30, 1947  Officers Ben Winston — ----- ------------------------------- ,------------ ----- President Thomas H. Little --------------------- --------------------------------- Secretary  Assets Cash on hand and in banks S Loans --------------------------Miscellaneous a e c o u n 1  rc*bl. _ ______________   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  39.505.52  ~  Real estate— office bldg. . Furniture and fixtures .. Other a s s e t s .......... ...........  5.712.45 1,164.68 9,101.14 1.00 31.00  $ 55,515.79  Liabilities Investment certificates__ f 13,475.00 Notes p a ya b le______ 10.500.00 Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s p a y a b le---------------------. . 1,869.74 Mortgages and liens . _ ... 3.083.63 Preferred stock ______ _ 19,693.66 S u r p lu s-------------------- ---3,925.93 Reserves _ ----------------------2,967.83  $ 55,515.79  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  128  UNION INVESTMENT COMPANY, INC. EL DORADO, ARKANSAS June 30, 1947  Officers President Cyde E. Byrd _______________________________ Grady R. W o o lle y ____________________________ Vice-President L. F, B r e w e r _________  Secretary  Assets  Liabilities  Cash on hand and inbanks S 13.107.24 Loans .. _________________ 64,536.47 Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s rcbl. ___________________ 30,114.29 Furniture and fixtures . _ 3,213.55 Other a se's ------------------7,826.99  Notes payable ____________ $ 38,000.00 Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s payable _________________ 22,233.56 Other lia b ilitie s __________ 4.979.89 Common stock ___________ 50,100.00 Undivided profits ______ 3,545.09  UNITED LOAN AN D IN VESTM ENT COMPANY LITTLE ROCK, A R K A N SA S June 30, 1947  Officers R. G. M cDaniel_____ ________President and General Manager H. A . E m erson---------------------- .------------------------- Vice-President Ruth T. C o ttr e ll------------------- --------------------------------- Secretary  Assets  Liabilities  Cash on hand and in hanks S 6.602.86 Loans _ __________________ 118,604.01 Other securities______ 1.472.87 1.816.49 Furnitures and fixture3,642.94 Other assets __________  Notes payable ___________ S 54,875.00 Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s payable _________________ 2,754.52 2,009.00 Other lia b ilitie s____ ________ Common stock ___________ 65.000.00 Surp’ us _________________ 3,375.05 Undivided p r o f i t s ___________ 4,125.60  $132 139.17  $132,139.17  U N IVERSAL C.I.T. CREDIT COM PANY NEW YORK, N E W YORK June 30 , 1947  Officers L . W . Lundcll ---------------------------- -------------- ------------ ---------- P resident G. P . B u c k l e y ------------- ----------------------------_ -------------- V ice -P re sid e n t J. G. Myerson ---------------------- —__________________ S e cre ta ry M . Cook — — _ — ------------- — -------- ------ Assistant S e cre ta ry H . R. S ted in g ------------------------------ -------------- ---------- --— ___ T rea su re r B ran ch rep o rts fo r co m p a n y ’s operation in A r k a n sa s   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  129  Thirty-Third Report  BATESVILLE, ARKANSAS James Burns — Local Manager  Assets  Liabilities  Cash on hand and in banks $ 4,938.73 Loans _ __ ________ ______ 17,005.03  Miscellaneous a c c o u n t s 784.77 payable _ _________ ___$ Branch C a p ita l__________ 20,903.92 Reserves __ ____________ 255.07  $ 21,943.76  | 21,943.76  BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS James Roleson— Local Manager  Assets  Liabilities  Cash on hand and in banks _____________ $ 4,134.29 Loans ________________ 21.238.80  Miscellaneous accounts payable _ ------------Branch c a p it a l________ Reserves _ _________ _  .75 25,053.76 318.58 $ 25,373.09  $ 25,373.09  EL DORADO, ARKANSAS Tomas Chinn— Local Manager  Assets  Liabilities  Cash on hand and in banks ___ ______ Loans _ . -----  4,217.84  Branch c a p it a l______ ____ $ 20,256.41 Reserves _ _____ ________ 244.24  16,282.81  $ 20,500.65  $ 20,500.65  FORT SMITH, ARK AN SAS “ Pat” Patterson— Local Manager  Assets  Liabilities  Cash on hand and in b a n k s ________ .____$ Loans _ _ __________ __ ____  3,783.03  Branch c a p it a l_________ 25,620.89 Reserves _ ______________ 332.56  22,170.42 $ 25,953.45  $ 25,953.45  HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS Ben Russell— Local Manager  Assets Cash on hand and in banks — -------- -— Loans _________ — _________   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities 8,995.60 22,130.98  $ 31,126.58  Branch c a p ita l__________ _$ 30,794.62 Reserves _ _____ _____ ____ 331.96  f 31,126.58  m  State of Arkansas; Bank Department  JONESBORO, ARK AN SAS Don Krick— Local Manager  Assets Cash on hand and in banks _______________. Loans ______ ___ _____ ____  4,955.74 9,123.71  Liabilities Miscellaneous accounts payable _ __________ Branch capital _______  205.99 13,736.80 136.88  Reserves _ ___________  $ 14,079.45  $ 14,079.45  LITTLE ROCK, ARK AN SAS T.  B. W ard— Local Manager  Assets Cash on hand and in b a n k s _____ _________$ 4,333.84 99,890.76 Loans _____ _____ .________  Liabilities Miscellaneous accounts payable _ _____________ $ 85.80 Branch c a p it a l___________ 102,443.64 Reserves _ _________ _____  $104,024.60  1,495.36 $104,024.60  PINE BLUFF, ARK ANSAS Albert Price— Local Manager  Assets  Liabilities  Cash on hand and in banks ______________ S 3,660.72 Loans _____________________ 62,132.09 Miscellaneous accounts receiveable _ ___________ 29.20  Miscellaneous accounts 291.03 payable _ ______________$ Branch c a p ita l___________ 64,593.00 Reserves _ ______________ _ 931.98  8 65,816.01  $ 65,816.01  U TLEY AND COMPANY, INC.  FAYETTEVILLE, A R K A N SA S June 30, 1947 H. L. U t l e y ____ ____________ ____ _____________President and General Manager Reba K. U t l e y _________________________________ Vice-President J. J. Pyeatt ------------------------- -------------- Secretary-Treasurer  Ass6ts  Liabilities  Cash on hand _____________ $ 50.00 Loans _______ 40,475.01 Real estate o w n e d ---------41,946.60 Furniture and fixtures — 3,485.44 Other assets — -----------------1,848.52  Notes p a y a b le ___________ $ 20,000.00 Miscellaneous accounts payable _ ------------4,781.80 Other liabilities __________ 2,069.25 Notes payable— mort­ gages and lie n s ________ 20,000.00 Common s t o c k ___________ 25,000.00 Surplus _ ________________ 8,783.12 Reserves _ _________ 7,171.40  $ 87,805.57  $ 87,805.57   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Thirty-Third Report  VAN BUREN LOAN BUREAU, INC.  VAN BUREN, ARKANSAS June 30, 1947 Officers _ . President Mary C. Sims ____ _ _ Vice-President W . A . Needham R. C. Helvie ---------- ____________ _________ Secretary-Treasurer (Inactive)  JUNE 30, 1947  ATLAS FINANCE COMPANY, INC. A RKADELPH IA, ARKANSAS June 30, 1947 Officers J. B. Hardman _ President C. R. H u i e _____ ______ ____________ _______ Secretary-Treasurer (Began operations within the last six months)  SECURITY FINANCE COMPANY NASH VILLE, A R K A N SA S June 30, 1947 Officers Ralph C. Wilson _ Forrest Wilson _ Ramon F. Wilson -  _  _  President ___Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer  (Began operations within the last six months)   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  1.JL Q1 tL-J JL  132  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  COMBINED STATEM ENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF SIXTEEN CREDIT UNIONS OF ARK AN SAS AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1946. Assets _________ _________ - ______________ ___________________________ $119,117.38 65,297.13 Bonds & Securities _____ ,_____ ,____________________________________ __ 75,200.80 Furniture & fixtures ______ __________________________________________ 285.03 Other assets ____ — _____________________ ______________________________ 6,193.57  Loans  _  Cash on hand & in banks_____________ ___________ ______ ____ ___________  TO TAL  A SSE TS  ______________________________________________$266,093.91  Liabilities ___________ _______________ ______ _— — — — — ------ — --------$242,135.82 Shares _ Deposits _ ___________ _____ _____________ _— 2,868.48 Guaranty fund ___________ _______ ________ ____ ________ _______ _ 12,705.17 Undivided earnings _____ ____ _________ __ ________ __ __ ____ _____ ____ . 5,324.58 450.00 Bills payable _ _______ ____ _____ _______ ________________ ____ Other liabilities -------------------------------------------------------- ------- -----------------2,609.86 TO T AL  L IA B IL IT IE S   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  _____ _________ ____ ____ ________ _________ $266,093.91  Approximate number of members 2,126  133  Thirty-Third Report  LION OIL SAVINGS AND CREDIT ASSOCIATION EL DORADO, ARK ANSAS DECEMBER 31. 1946, Assets Bond? and .securities_____ .$20,180.00 Loans _ _____ 16,743.02 F urniture & f i x t u r e s _____ 158,52 Suspense account ________ 783.16 Due from banks __ 15,671.89 Other assets __________ 4.984.31  Liabilities  Shares _ Guaranty Undivided Suspense  _________________$53,977.16 fund . . __ __ 2,104.17 earnings ____ 1,408.79 account ______ 1,030.78  $58,520.90  ?58S520J0  Approximate number of members 331  A RK AN SAS WESTERN EM PLOYEE’S CREDIT UNION FAYETTEVILLE, ARK ANSAS DECEMBER 31, 1946. Assets Liabilities Bond? k securities............. $ 3.745.80 Shares _ ______________ . . . . $14,500.00 Loans _ __________ ______ _ 8,016.20 Deposits _ ___________ 89.37 _____ .1,415.22 Guaranty fund _______ ___ 139.87 Cask on hand . ... Undivided earnings ______ 251.62 Other liabilities _________ 196.36 $15,177.22  $15,177.22  Approximate number o f members 41  AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION WORKERS CREDIT UNIONLITTLE ROCK, ARK ANSAS DECEMBER 31, 1946. Assets t>.ans . ___________ _______ 3 680.58 Cash on hand & in banks. 1,424.24 Cash i t e m s ..............._ ......... 55.34   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities $2,145.00 Shares . ________ Deposits _ ____ 8.80 Guaranty fund _____ 43.00 Other lia b ilitie s __ ___ (red) .36.64  $2,160.16  Approximate number o f members 43  $2,160.16  134  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  ARK AN SA S DEMOCRAT CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, A RK AN SAS DECEMBER 31, 1916. Assets Bonds & se cu ritie s ______ __$ 962.00 Loans ______________ ________ 6,272.00 Due from hanks _____ .._____ 2.138.70  liabilities Shares _ _____________ _____$8,450.16 Guaranty fund ______ _____ 677.12 Undivided e a r n in g s ____ _ 240.17 Other liabilities _______ ___ 5.2 5  19,372.70  $9,372.70  Approximate number of members 72  A R K LAG A S CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, A R K A N SA S DECEMBER 31, 1946. A ssets Bonds & securities — _ $ 1 ,5 0 0 .0 0 Loans _ — — ---------- 1 ,2 2 5 .5 6 Cash on hand_____ ____________ 1 ,2 2 9 .6 0  Liabilities Shares __________ — ____ ___$ 3 ,7 5 3 .5 1 Guaranty fund ___________ 8 5 .2 4 Undivided earnings ________ 1 1 6 .4 1  $3,955.16  $3,955.16  Approximate number of members 65  DEPARTM ENT OF LABOR CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, A R K A N SA S DECEMBER 31, 1946.  Assets Loans _ — — ------- -— ._____ $3,474.74 389.97 Due from banks---------  Liabilities _______— $2,741.72 Shares _ _ Guaranty f u n d ___ _____ _ _ 258.05 Undivided earnings ________ 414.94 Bills Payable ------ _________ 450.00  $3,864.71  $3,864.71 Approximate number of members 78  FEDERATION CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, A R K A N SA S DECEMBER 31, 1946. Assets Bonds & securities_________ $ 740.00 Loans _ ____ ______________ 11,652.30 Due from banks ----------------2,407.81 Cash on hand--------- ---------887.62  Liabilities Shares ___________ $13,055.43 Deposits _ — ______ ..________ 783.75 Guaranty f u n d _____ ____ 812.81 Undivided earnings ______ 167.63 Other liabilities______ ____ 868.11  $15,687.73  $15,687.73   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Approximate number of members 130  135  Thirty-Third Report  FR A N K E ’S CREDIT UNION  LITTLE ROCK, A RK AN SAS DECEMBER 31, 1946.  Assets Loans ________ Cash on hand Cash items Other a s s e t s ____  — $1,081.46 ____ ___ 572.82 10.00 _  _ _  Liabilities Shares _ — $1,664.28 Guaranty fund ____ ____ — 269.33  269.33  $1,933.61  $1,933.61  Approximate number of members 79  GAZETTE EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, ARK ANSAS DECEMBER 31, 1946. Assets Bonds & securities________ $ 9,200.00 Loans _ __________ _______ 2,275,11 Due from banks__________ 4,620.54  Liabilities Shares _ _____________ Guaranty fund _______ Undivided earnings  $10,095.65  $ 9,549.05 362.32 184.28 $10,095.65  Approximate number of members 52  KEM RA LITTLE ROCK CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, ARK ANSAS DECEMBER 31, 1946.  Assets  Liabilities  Bonds & securities _______ $29,600.00 Loans _ _______ __ ________ 5,123.94 Due from banks__________ _ 19,044.68  Shares _ _____________ Guaranty f u n d _____ __ Undivided earnings __ Other lia b ilitie s ----------  $52,174.41 .  1,241.74 127.47 225.00  $53,768.62  $53,768.62 Approximate number of members 153  LITTLE ROCK W A T E R WORKS CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, A R K A N SA S DECEMBER 31, 1946.  Assets Loans Cash on hand-   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  ____ ___  $ 337.50 2,138.86  Liabilities Shares $ 359.00 Deposits ______ ___ 1,755.11 Guaranty fund ____________ 71.15 58.97 Undivided earnings _ _____ Other liabilities________ _ 232.13  $2,476.36 Approximate number of members 33  $2,476.36  136  State of Arkansas; Bank Department  LITTLE ROCK POSTAL CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, A R K A N SA S DECEMBER 31, 1946 Assets Bonds & securities________ $ 4,823,00 Loans _ ______ ______ ______ 19,598,35 Due from banks___________ 528.30 175.40 Cash on hand____ _________  Liabilities Shares _______ ______ _ Guaranty f u n d ---- ----Undivided earnings __  $24,625.05  $20,052,03 3,439.58 1,133.44 $24,625.05  Approximate number o f members 208  VETERANS ADM INISTRATION EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, A RK AN SAS DECEMBER 31, 1946 Assets Bonds & securities. —$ 3,500.00 Loans _ _— .— __— ------ - 17,967.67 Furniture & fixtures_____ _ 34.39 Due from banks------ -----------  4,380.16  Liabilities Shares _ — ___ $23,280.29 Deposits _ ____ 231.45 Guaranty f u n d ___ ____ 1,606.91 Undivided earnings ,______ 756.69 Other liabilities____ _______ 6.88 $25,882.22  $25,882.22 Approximate number of members 276  FEDERATED SHOP CRAFTS CREDIT UNION NORTH LITTLE ROCK, A R K A N SA S  DECEMBER 31, 1946 Assets Bonds & securities_______ _$ 1,100.00 Loans _ — — ------ — — _ Furniture & fixtures___ ___ Cash on hand------ ----- -   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  9,294.12 1.00 1,152.94  Liabilities Shares _ _____ ________ Guaranty f u n d ___ ,___ Undivided e a r n in g s __  $11,548.06 Approximate number of members 225  $10,970.11 477.98 99.97  $11,548.06  Thirty-Third Report  137  THE PORT ROOTS CREDIT UNION NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS DECEMBER 31, 1946 Assets Bond & securities________ $ 5,550.00 Loans _ _________________ 9,845.33 Due fr o m banks________ _ 4,316.01 Cash on hand _____________ 605.44  Liabilities Shares _ -------------------Guaranty fund _______ Undivided earnings  $19,795.47 159.64 361.67 $20,316.78  120,316.78 Approximate number o f members 188  NORTH LITTLE ROCK MISSOURI-PACIFIC CREDIT UNION NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK AN SAS DECEMBER 31, 1946 Assets Bonds & se cu ritie s______ 800.00 Loans _ ____________ 5,529.50 Furniture & fixtures ______ 91.12 Due front b a n k s ____ ______ 131.59 Other assets ________ — ____ 156.77  Liabilities Shares ____ ._______ _______ — $ 5,668.20 Guaranty fund ________ 956.26 Undivided e a r n in g s ______ 2.53 Other lia b ilitie s______ _ 81.99  $6,708.98  $6,708.98   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Approximate number o f members 152  133  State of Arkansas; Bank Department  QU ALIFIED STOCK EXCHANGES Securities listed on the follow ing Stock Exchanges may be exempt and such securities so listed may be sold within the State o f Arkansas by an ap­ plicant company filin g the name o f the company, its address, the amount of securities sought to be sold in Arkansas, and paying the fee required by law   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Chicago Board o f Trade Chicago Stock Exchange New York Curb Exchange New York Produce Exchange New York Stock Exchange  139  Thirty-Third Report  A l T H U R I Z E M T O S E L L QUALIFIED OH E X E M P T SECURITIES IN ARKANSAS AS OF JUNE 30, 1947  Mi . U . E K S  W a ite i L ew is  R, W.  Equipm ent  B ass  ________________________________L ittle  C om p an y .  C h erry  C om p an y  F in an ce  ____________ ________ _______ L ittle  Syn dicate  M errill L yn ch . Pierce, Fen n er & B e a n e . _ C harles L M o iu z z i. „ _  _______ ____________________L ittle  J . R a n ey & S o n s. _. . . . . .  Salom on Bi oth ers & H u tz ler  Southern Sou th w est  __________ _____ _ _ ________ L ittle  T ex a s Rock. Rock.  A r k a n sa s A rk a n sa s  _________________ L ittle  Rock.  A r k a n sa s  C o r p o r a t io n .___________ ____ _________ L ittle  Rock,  A r k a n sa s  In v estm e n ts,  Die  AY. R. Step h en s, In v estm en ts D abbs Su llivan  Rock. A r k a n sa s  ____________ _______ _____ ____N ew Y o r k , N ew Y o r k  B ros. & C o m p a n y ____ Secu rities  Rock. A r k a n sa s  _____ ____ _____N e w Y o r k . N ew Y o rk  __________ ____________ ________D a lla s.  R. B. N u n n ery & Com pany  S a tte rfie ld  A rk a n sa s  ____________ ________________ ____ ____ M in n eap olis. M in n esota  Roy M . K em p , In v estm e n ts. _ ____________ ____ _______ ______ L ittle  T.  Rock,  C o r p o r a tio n . _________________________C hicago, Illinois  H ill, C ra w fo rd & L a n fo rd , Inc. ________________ ____________L ittle In vestors  Rock. A r k a n sa s  C om pany.  .  . .  ____  ______________ ____________L ittle  Rock.  A r k a n sa s  __________________ _________ _L ittle  Rock.  A r k a n sa s  _ ______________________ ____ _ L ittle  Rock,  A r k a n sa s  Rock.  A r k a n sa s  E . L . V illa r e a l & C o m p a n y ___ __________________ _____________ L ittle J. R . V in so n & C om p an y, In v e stm e n ts-*-________ .______ L ittle  R o ck , A r k a n sa s  W a lto n & C om p an y, In c. _______ ________________ __________ L ittle  Rock.  A r k a n sa s  M a llo r y  R ock,  A r k a n sa s  W illia m s &   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  C o m p a n y _____________________________L ittle  140  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  ISSUING COMPANIES AUTHORIZED TO SELL SECURITIES IN THE STATE OF A RK AN SAS AS OF JUNE 30, 1947 (Certificates o f Authority expire one year from date o f permit) Date 2-20-47 7-1-46 7-1-48 12-31-46 4-3-47  5-20-47 7-9-48 8-9-48 5-20-47 10-3-48 12-27-46 8-17-47 11-15-46 7-13-46 3-17-47 11-2-46  3-17-47  Name and Address Aeronautical Securities, Inc, One Wall Street New York, New York A ffiliated Fund, Inc, 83 Wall Street New York, New York American Business Shares, Inc, 88 Wall Street New York, New York Axe-Houghton Fund, Inc, One Exchange Place Jersey City, New Jersey Axe-Houghton Fund “ B,” Ine, One Exchange Place Jersey City, New Jersey The Bond Investment Trust o f Am. 88 Federal Street Boston, Massachusetts The Boston Fund, Ine, i l l Devonshire Street Boston, Massachusetts C, D. & M. Manufacturing Corp, Rt. 2, Box 200 Fort Smith, Arkansas Century Shares Trust 30 Federal Street Boston, Massachusetts Chemical Fund, Inc. 39 Broadway New York, New York  Amount Authorized $100,000 of its common stock Unsold portion of common stock; p /v $1.25 per share Unsold portion of stock here­ tofore authorized An unfixed amount common stock  of  its  $100,000 of its common stock $25,000 of beneficial interests; p /v $1 at the offering price An unfixed amount common stock  of  its  $30,000 of its common stock; p /v $1 per share $100,000 shares of its trust shares; p /v $1 $50,000 of its comipon stock; p /v $1  China Motor Corporation 250 shares of its Class “ A ” 120 Wall Street stock; p /v $100 at $101 per New York, New York share ’‘ Consolidated Natural Gas Co. 300 shares of its capital 80 Roekerfeller Plaza stock; p /v $15 per share New York, New York Crown Western Investment, Inc. $76,411.45 of its common stock 1003 Kirby Building ( investment sh ares); p /v $1 Dallas 1, Texas per share *Dana Corporation 500 shares C. P. stock Z % % , 70 Pine Street series “ A ” ; p /v $100 New York, New York Dividend Shares, Inc. $100,000 common stock; no p /v One Wall Street New York; New York Eaton & Howard Balanced Fund, ' $135,000 of shares (beneficial interests) Inc. 24 Federal Street Boston, Massachusetts Eaton & Howard Stock Fund 50,000 of its beneficial inter­ est shares 24 Federal Street  Boston, Massachusetts  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Thirty-Third Report  Date 51-  Name and Address 14-47 El Capitan Oil Company o f Ark. 110 E. Main Prescott, Arkansas 22-47 * Electric Bond & Share Company Two Rector Street New York, New York  6-  11-47 Equipment Finance Corporation 1101 Belmont Chicago, Illinois 5-1-47 Fundamental Investors, Inc. €3 Wall Street New York, New York 12-27-46 ** General Waterworks Corporation Pine B luff, Arkansas 2-  Group Securities, Inc. 12-47 One Exchange Place Jersey City, New Jersey  141  Amount Authorized 520.000 of it? com m on stock <2,000 shares); p v $10 per -'hare 6.000 shares common stock of Pennsylvania Power & Light (offerin g price $105 per share) The unsold portion o f 2,500 shares o f its common stock; p /v $10 $25,000 sales price common capital stock; p /v $2 per share $100,000 <>t" tin preiViTod stock of General Waterworks Cor­ poration. Pine- Bluff. Arkan­ sas Certain classes of its capital stock as follow’s: 25.000  Home Appliance Distributors of 16-46 Arkansas, Inc. 114 East Bridge Little Rock, Arkansas 2-20-47 Incorporated Investors One Court Street Boston, Massachusetts 2- 12-47 Investors Mutual 200 Roanoke Building Minneapolis, Minnesota Investors Selective Fund, Inc. 7-3-46 200 Roanoke Building Minneapolis, Minnesota 6-25-17 Invesiois Stock Fund 200 Roanoke Building Minneapolis, Minnesota Investors Syndicate of America, 1118-46  10-  Inc.  3-  1-15-47  200 Roanoke Building Minneapolis, Minnesota Keystone- Custodian Fund 4-47 50 Congress Street Boston, Massachusetts Knickerbocker Fund 2-0 Exchange Place New York, New York   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  R a i l r o a d Stock Shares 75.000 Industrial Classes 25.000 Fully Administered Shares 25.00(1 G e n e r a l Bond Shares 25.000 Institutional Bond Shares 25.000 Low Priced Shares $50,000 o f its D. P. S. l SC ) ; p v $100 per share An unfixed amount o f common stock; p /v $5  its  An unfixed amount of its no par capital stock The unsold portion o f $200,000 (sales value) of its capital stock An unsold portion o f $250,000 (sales value) o f its capital stock $1,000,000 o f its securities a° follow s: Series 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 33, 14, 15. 20, single payment An unfixed amount o f the fo l­ lowing funds: Series B l, B2, B3, B4 K l, K2 SI, S2, S3, S4 An unfixed amount o f the said Knickerbocker Fund (a listed security)  142  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  Date 6-25-47  Name and Address Manhattan Bond Fund, Inc. 48 Wall Street New York, New York S- 7-46 ""Maryland Casualty Company Baltimore. Maryland  6-25-47  Massachusetts Investors Second Fund, Inc. 19 Congress Street Boston, Massachusetts 6-25-47 Massachusetts Investors Trust 19 Congress Street Boston, Massachusetts 8-20-46 McElroy Manufacturing Company, Inc. Stuttgart, Arkansas 4- 2-47 ’"'""Michigan Gas and Electric Companv  Amount Authorized The unsold portion of $25,000 of shares of common stock; p ,v $ .10 per share 480 shares of $2.10 Cumulative Prior Preferred Stock; $10 P/ Y. Unfixed amount of common  stock An unfixed amount of its cer­ tificates of benificial inter­ ests; p / v Si 500 shares of its common stock; p 'v $100 per share  Qualified by notification; 25,000 of it? shares of common  101 W. 2nd Street Ashland, Wisconsin  stock 776 shares of its common stock ; no p /v $5,000 of its common stock  2-00-47  N & W Overall Company Lynchburg, Virginia National Tank Company 3100 Sand Spring Road Tulsa, Oklahoma Nation-wide Securities Co., Inc. One Wall Street New York, New York *New England Gas and Electric  9-17-46  Assn. Boston, Massachusetts New York Stocks, Inc.  8-28-46 *2-10-47 1-20-47  0- 4-47 6- 2-47 3-10-47  8-15-46  3-15-47 1-15-47  48 Wali Street New York, New York *Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co., Oklahoma City, Okla. **Owosso Manufacturing Com*** pany ****Benton, Arkansas The George Putman Fund of Boston 50 State Street Boston, Massachusetts -’Seismograph Service Corpor­ ation 70 Pine Street New York, New York Selected American Shares, Inc. 135 S. LaSalle Street Chicago, Illinois Strategic Minerals Production  Co. Mountain Home, Arkansas   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  An unfixed amount of its cap­ ital stock 2,500 shares of 4 Ls Vc C. C. P. sharer of Beneficial Inter­ est p /v SI00.00 An indeterminate amount of its special stock $100,000.00 (sales price) of its common stock $200,000 of 5% bonds $25,000 of its beneficial certif­  icates; p /v $1 5,000 shares of common stock; p /v $1 per share $25,000 sales price of its com­ mon stock $50,000 of its common stock  Thirty-Third Report  Date 9 -1 3 -4 6  Name and Address Union Trusteed Funds, Inc. One Exchange Place Jersey City, New Jersey  143  Amount Authorized An indeterminant amount of its capital stock consisting of the follow ing: Union Bond Fund “ A ” “B” “ C”  9- 2-46  Wellington Fund, Inc. Real Estate Trust Building Philadelphia 7, Pennsylvania *  Union P. S. Fund C. S. Fund Fund Special $150,000 o f its common stock; p /v $1  * Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane— Agents 400 Louisiana Street Little Rock, Arkansas **Southern Securities, Inc.— Agents Boyle Building Little Rock, Arkansas ***Hill, Crawford & Lanford, Inc.,— Agents Boyle Building Little Rock, Arkansas L. Villareal & Company— Agents 117 W est Second Street Little Rock, Arkansas   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  144  COMBINED OPERATING STATEM ENT OF ONE HUNDRED SIXTY BU RIAL ASSOCIATIONS FOR THE TW ELVE-M ONTH PERIOD ENDING JUNE 30, 1947 Balance June 30, 1946----------------------------- ------ ---------------- ------------------ $1,704,423.00 Receipts from July 1, 1946 to June 30, 1947_ ____________________ 2,593,556,0*3 84,297.979.00  Less; Benefits paid June 1, 1946 to June 30, 1947_____________ ____________ $2,175,500.00 Operating e x p e n se s-------------------------------------- - 376,064.00 $2,551,564.00  Balance fo r payment o f benefits June 30, 1946_______________ Approximate Number o f Members, 1,698,780 Number o f Benefits Rendered, 12.430   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$1,746,415.00  Thirty-Third Report  145  BURIAL ASSOCIATIONS AUTHORIZED TO SELL MEMBERSHIP CERTIFICATES IN THE STATE OF A R K A N SA S AS OF JUNE 30, 1947 Name of Association Address Sec’y-Treas. Adams Burial Association------------------- Cotter___________ Mrs. Joe M. Adams Andrews Burial Association- -------- — El Dorado— _____I. Andrews Angelo Burial Association— ----------— Cotton Plant____ Mrs. Chas Angelo Arkansas Burial Society, Inc.-------- — Ft. Smith________ .Mrs. Helen R. Stackable Arkansas State Burial Association— _ Rison________ ___ Mrs. Ruth M. Buie Ashby Burial Association. _ _ _ _ --------- Benton___________ Guinevere Hawkins Ashley County Burial Association.— .Hamburg____ ____Murphy Jones Bailey Buriat Association. --------- — C a b o t..— ------— G. Harold Todd T. E. Barton Burial Association— — El Dorado______ Mrs. O. L. Cloud Baxter County Burial Association------ Mountain Home.-Denver Roller Beasley-Wood Burial Society------ -------Mena_____________ Berta Beasley Benevolent Burial Association. ----------Hamburg___ _____ Flora M. Thompson Bevans Burial Association— . — ,— Caraway_________ J. N. Bevans Blanchard Burial Association.--------— Camden__________R. J. Blanchard Boone County Burial Association— - Harrison_____ — L. C. Holt Branscumb Burial Association--------- Brinkley______ — -Ruth S. Branscumb Brickeil Burial Association-------------- — Marvell_________ Pauline Brickell Briggs Burial Association------------- — Judsonia------------- F . G. Briggs Brown-Midkiff Burial Society--------— Clarendon— — — A lf Brown Burns Burial Association------------------Bentonville-----------Jessie Parker Burns Campbell Burial A sso c ia tio n ...-------- Hot Springs__ _— M. G. Campbell Carroll County Burial Association— Berryville_______ Pauline L. Nelson Leland Carter Burial Association------ Mammoth SpringLeland Carter Caruth Burial Association-----------------Hot Springs_____ -Jack Caruth Caskey Burial Association.----------------Des Arc__________ Lemuel C. Felts Catron-Gay Burial Association--------- Eudora ______— Gail K. Gay Cave City Burial Association------------- Cave City------------ Silas McGee Cecil Burial Association— -------------- Batesville________ Dr. Walter W . Cecil E. E. Chandler Burial Association------Searcy____________W . K. Hannah Charleston Benevolent Burial Ass’n— Charleston_______Maymie Rainwater Charleston Hardware Burial A ss’n— Charleston_______Herman Adams Chicot County Burial Association------ Eudora___________ I. J. Pride & H. T. James Christeson Burial Association_ ----------Harrison-------------- A. C. Christeson Christian Burial Association-------------Eudora________ __-G. W atts Church Burial Association_ ------------- Dermott--------------- -Conneliaus Davis Citizens Burial Association----------------- Warren---------------- James R. Johnson Citizens Burial Association. -------------West Memphis— Lucy Ruth Johnson Cobb Funeral Home Burial Society__ Elytheville______ -W. R. Stovall Collison Burial A sso c ia tio n .------ _— Bald Knob_______ W . E. Forbes Columbia County Burial Association - Magnolia________ Fred Lewis Cross County Burial Society------------- Wynne___________ W . C. Kernodle Daniel Burial Association..--------------- Searcy___________ Elirs Daniel Desha & Chicot County Burial Ass’n.McGehee________ Harold B. Dyer Dixie Funeral Association----------------- McGehee_________ Mrs. L. L. Jones T. T. Doolin Burial Association--------Conway____ _____T. T. Doolin Downey Burial Society----------------------- Dermott-------------- E. Q. Downey Drew County Burial Association-------Montieello— -------Hattie E. Henderson Drummond Burial Association---------- Little Rock______ B. T. H off Dupwe-French Burial Society----------- Jonesboro------------- D. Raymond Dupwe Durham Burial Association-----------------Wynne___________ H. Carroll Durham East Funeral Burial Assurance Co.— Texarkana_______C. H. Malone Eastern Arkansas Burial Association.Forrest City_____ E. J. Butler Edwards Burial A ssociation..----------Fort Smith_______Delman D. Edwards A. J. Emerson Burial Association------ Paragould________A . J. Emerson Fitzhugh Burial Association ----------- Wynne----------------- A. 0 . Fitzhugh   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  146  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  Name o f Association Address Sec’y-Treas. Flowers Burial Association__________ Marianna________ F. C, Flowers Fordyce Burial Association ------.-------- .Fordyce---------------- Carlton Mays Franklin County Burial A ssociation._Ozark----------------- Nathan Smith Frazer’s Burial Association________ Warren---------------- J. B. Frazer Friendship Burial Association---------- Ashdown------------- 1. M. Phillips Goatcher Burial Association--------------Lake Village--------N. B. Goatcher Grand Prairie Burial Association___ lieW itt ----------- ------- Don W . Essex Great Protective Burial Association. _ Pine Bluff----------- P. K. Miller Grt, Southern Protective Burial Ass'n.Arkadelphia-------- Clinton Harris G regg Burial Association--------------- Jonesboro--------------- Mrs. James T. Gregg G riffin Burial Association--------------- Harrisburg---------- Marvin M. Griffin Griffin-Leggett Burial Society--------- Little Rock---------- Paul Y. Griffin Hammons Burial Association------------- Warren----------------- G. W . Hammons Haralson Burial Association------------- Augusta----------------Herbert R. Holmes Harris Burial Association-------------------Hot Springs--------- Leon Harris, Jr. Healey & Roth Burial Association, Ine.Little Rock— .— „S. R. Sims Verlyn L. Heath Burial Association. . Paragould----------- Verlyn L. Heath Herndon-Cornelius Burial AssociationHope-------------------- T. S. Cornelius Hicks Burial Association-------------------- Hope--------------------- C. W . Hicks Holt Burial Association______________ Blytheville------------E. M. Holt Horne Burial Association----------------- Blytheville------------- Cecil V. Horne Hot Spring County Burial A ss’n--------Malvern------------------Mrs. F. D. Cooper Howard Burial Association-----------------Leachville------------- H. H. Howard Howard County Burial Association— Nashville________ M. A. Floyd Hubble Burial Society------------------------ Little Rock-----------S. E. Hubble W . H. Irby Burial Association----------- Rector— _----------- W . H. Irby Johnson Burial Association-----------------Walnut Ridge------ W . C. Bryan Jones Burial Association_____________ Texarkana------------ -Lena P. Jones Jonesboro Burial Association -------------- Jonesboro------------ W . T. Emerson Keeshan-Lambert Burial AssociationHelena----------------- L. S. Keeshan Kernodle Burial Association--------------- Wynne----------------- W. C. Kernodle Kilpatrick Christian Burial Ass'n.------ Farmers'vilie, La. E. N. Kilpatrick Frank Leach Burial Association-------Newport-------------- Frank Leach Lemley Burial Association-----------------Atkins-------------------O. R. Lemley Lepanto Burial Association--------------- Lepanto---------------- J. E. Murphy Liberty Burial Association-----------------Newport --------------- J. E. Tolerson, Sr. Luginbuel Burial Association---------- Lincoln-------------------Edna Luginbuel Malvern Burial Association --------------- Malvern--------------- T. Y . B. Graham Marion County Burial Association— Yellville---------------H. A. Burnes Marked Tree Burial Association-------- Marked Tree ------- B. F. Williams Mayhan-Boultinghouse Burial Ass’n. Newark-------------- Clyde Boultinghouse McConnel Burial Association--------------Hartford--------------B. A. McConnell McNahb Burial Association----------------Pocahontas---------- Nelle L. McNabb Mid-South Burial Association------------ Marianna------------- Winnie Kennedy Mineral Springs Burial Association._ Mineral Springs. Edd Bridgemari Randall L. Mitchell Burial AssociationParagould------------Randall L. Mitchell Monarch Burial Association----------------W y n n e.--------------- Helen J. Hughes Moore’s Burial Association----------------- Fayetteville--------- Jane B. Roberts Morgans Burial Society----------------------- Stuttgart. ^----------- Frances Morgans Murry Burial Association------------------- Arkadelphia-------- E. H. Murry National Burial Association----------------West M em phis...P. M. Dacus Nelson-Savage Burial Association._ Fayetteville-------- B. R. Nelson New Home Burial Association------------ Newport -------------- Ottie Dillinger North Arkansas Burial Association.. Marshall------------- Russell Sisco Ocker Burial Association------------------- Van Buren -------- . Mrs. Marv Ocker Howel Old Reliable Burial Association----------Hughes---------------- William Walker R. W . Olmstead Burial Association. _Heber S p rin g s...R . W . Olmstead Olympic Burial Association--------------- Pine B luff----------- H. T. Perry Ouachita County Burial Association.Camden.----------__R. T. Lockett Our Burial Association-------------------------Fort Smith----------Henry Peques   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Thirty-Third Report  147  Name of Association Address See’y-Treas. Ozark liuriai Association. . „S iio a m Springs.-M argaret Wasson Page Burial Association .. .H ot S p rin g s.___ T. R. Page ......... t onway ____ Sarah Lynn Pence Pence Kunal Association ... Peoples Benevolent Protective A ss’n—Paris_____________ L. R. Cox Peoples Burial Association. _______ West Helena_____ Frank Ella Jordan Peoples Consolidated Burial A ss’n._Piggott_________ —Lloyd Russell Peoples Consolidated Burial Ass'n.__ of Western Clay_____ _________ Corning__________ B. Sullivan Poinsett Burial Association........... __Trumann —Paul Thompson, Jr. Polk County Burial A sso c ia tio n .____ Mena____ _— ------R. P. Geyer Prescott Burial Association__________ Prescott________ - J . D. Cornish Progressive Burial Association______ Pine Bluff_______ .11. S. Brown Putman Funeral Association _______ Fort Smith____ —Mrs. J. G. Putman, Sr. Pveatt’s Burial Association. Inc____ Siloam Springs__ W . O. Burns Raney Burial Association____________ MeCrory_. . . Walter W . Raney Frank Reid Burial Association______ Morrilton________ .Elva Reid II. E. Rice Company Burial Society__Waldron_________ E. C. Rice Richardson Burial Association______ Texarkana_______ Emma Richardson Jone W. A. Rowell Burial Society ______ Fort Smith______ Vivian Rowell Ruehel Burial Association__ ___ ____ Little Rock______ H. E. Greenfield Rumph Burial Association___. _____ El Dorado_______ Mrs. C. B. Rumph Russel] Burial Association _ ...P ig g o tt__________ Leslie D. Russell Scott-Sehastian Burial Assm iation.. Mansfield_____ .J oe J. Martin Searcy County Burial Association._ Marshall------------- Leonard Coffman* Shinn & Son Burial Association_____ Russellville______ Fern M. Shinn Sims & Walton Burial Assoc iation. .Renton. . ______ Ralph W. Walton Smith Burial Association. ______ Stam ps.___ ______ A . O. Smith Smith Burial Association _ _ _ ___Lewisville________A. 0 . Smith South Burial Association.. . _____ Pine Bluff________ S. E. South Southwestern Burial Association___ Hot Springs_____ George H. Brenner Stephenson Burial Association______ Montieello_______ IL E. Stephenson Stevens Burial Association _______ Forrest City_____ W . E. Stevens Swift Funeral Home Burial Society._ Osceola__________Lolah B. Coble Texarkana Protective Association... Texarkana_______.Howard Fuqua Fred A. Thompson Funeral Service.. Agreement. ------- -------------------- Paragould----------- Fred A. Thompson Tri-County Burial Association______ Imboden___________Mrs. C. Higginbotham _____ Jonesboro-------------- E. J. Turner Tri-County Burial Club. . . Tri-County Burial Club of _____ ___ Newport. ----------- Alvis W. Jackson tinion Colored Christian Benev­ olent Burial Association___ _____Farmersville. La_E. N. Kilpatrick United Burial Association................ .. Conway__ _______ H. M. McNutt Wallian-Mowrey Burial Association..Piggott__________ 0 . L. Mowery Watson Burial Association ______ Fayetteville______Edmond P. Watson Westbrook Burial A ss’n. of Glenwood Glenwood________Phillip Kelley B. Westbrook Burial Association..Hazen___________ C. B. Westbrook W. L. Westbrook Burial Association..Beebe____________ B. W . Linder White River Burial Association. _____ Batesville________ A . L. Crouch Wilkerson Burial Association ______ DeQueen_________ Fred Wilkerson Williams Burial Association ________ Camden__________ B. F. Williams Wilson Burial Association. _______ England__________Harold Todd Wybe Burial Association_ _ _ ______ Brinkley__________ Davis Wylie Yell County Burial Association . ___Dardanelle_______Lamont Cornwell   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  148  CONSOLIDATED STATEM ENT OF CONDITION OF THE ELEVEN COOPERATIVE EXCHANGES OPERATING IN ARK ANSAS AS OF JUNE 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts-_________ .___________ _______________ ____ ____ $ Overdrafts ________ _— ___ _______ _____ ____ ____________ __________ U. S. Government obligations_______ ______ ____ _______ ______ __ Other securities _______ _______ ______________________________ _______  32,374.38 7,803.77 75,100.00  2,016.62 Cash and due from banks___ ___ __________ __________ ___ _______ ________ 1,847,379.22 Banking house _____________ .____ ___________ _______________________ 1,800.00 Furniture and fixtures ______ ___ ______________________,______ _______ 1,376.25 Other resources___ _____ __________ _____ ______ _____ ______ ____ __________ 107.45 TOTAL  RESOURCES—  ________________ ________________ _______________ f 1 ,9 6 7 ,9 5 7 .6 9  Liabilities C a p ita l s t o c k ______ _____________ _______ __ ___________ ____ ___________________ $ 2 5 ,8 8 0 .0 0 Su rplu s and undivided p r o fits ___________ ______ ___________________________ 5 0 ,0 5 9 .6 4 D e p o sits ---------------------------------- — ______ _____ ____ _____________ _____ ________ 1 ,8 9 1 ,8 4 9 .7 0 O th e r l i a b i l i t i e s ___ _________ ____________ _________________ ___________ ,______ 1 6 8.35 T O T A L L IA B IL IT IE S   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  ______________ ___________________ _________ _ _ $ 1 ,9 6 7 ,9 5 7 .6 9  Thirty-Third Report  149  THE FIRST COMPANY, BLACK ROCK Population 769. J. P. Sloan, President  Lawrence County Henry L. Clark, Manager  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Cash and due from banks... .$4,713.61 Other resources____________ 107.45  Liabilities Capital s t o c k ________________ $2,480.00 Surplus and p r o f i t s ________ 2,233.61 Other liabilities ___________ 107.45  T o t a l ____________________ 14,821.06  T o t a l ___________________ __$4,821.06  EARLE EXCHANGE COMPANY. EARLE Population 1,872. Luther Wallin, President  Crittenden County  Mrs. Mary F. Fullwood, Cashier  Statement o f June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and d iscou n ts____$7,770.00 O v e rd ra fts _____________ . 145.77  Liabilities  Cash and due from banks— 639,575.41  Capital S t o c k ________________ 2,000.00 Surplus and p r o fits _____ _ 24,718.28 Deposits __________________ 620,772.90  Total __________________ ,_$647,491.18  T o t a l ____ ____ ___ ______ $647,491.18  E LA IN E COOPERATIVE EXCHANGE. E LA IN E Population 634. J. J. Patridge, President  Phillips County Mrs. Catherine M. Reid, Cashier  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Overdrafts ________________ $ 65.55 Furniture and Fixtures____ 303.20 Cash and due from banks__ 130,735.44  910.00 Capital s t o c k _____ ________$ Surplus and p r o fits. 1,653.31 D e p o s its ---------- ----------------- 128,484.98 Other lia bilities______ .___ 55.90  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  ______ _$131,104.19  Total _____ __________ ____ $131,104.19  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  150  H ARD Y EXCHANGE, HARDY Population 721.  Sharp County T. W. Walker, Cashier  R. S. Diggers, President  Statement of June 30, 1947 Resources Loans and discounts______ f 2,700.00 Furniture and fixtures____ 140.00 Cash and due from banks-_ 149,281.09  Liabilities Capital stock _____ _______ .$ 2,500.00 Surplus and profits______ 1,016.95 Deposits ________________ _ 148,58414  Total - ________ ________ $152,101.09  Total ___________________$152,101.09  LAK E CITY EXCHANGE COMPANY, LAKE CITY Population 786. Fred Carter, President  Craighead County L. D. Walker, Jr., Cashier  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  O v erd ra fts_____ .__________ $ 8,883.27 U.S. Gov’t obligations-.__ 25,100.00 Cash and due from banks _ 85,122.29  Capital stock______ _________ $ 10,000.00 2,191.26 Surplus and profits______ Deposits __________________ 104,914.30  T o t a l ___ ________________ $117,105.56  Total __________________ -$117,105.56  LEAC H YILLE EXCH ANGE, LEACHVILLE Population 1,076. Paul Downs, President  Mississippi County Mrs. DeLean Alexander, Cashier  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  O v erd ra fts________________ $ 345.67 Cash and due from banks- 178,811.27  Capital stock-______ ______$ 400.00 Surplus and profits_______ . 3,911.68 Deposits ------ ----------------174,845.26  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$179,156.94  Total  $179,156.94  151  Thirty-Third Report  MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS EXCHANGE, M ANILA Population 1,248. Grover E. Snider, President  Mississippi County Riley B. Jones, Cashier  Statement of June 30, 1947  I^csourccs  Liabilities  U.S. Gov’t obligations-.__ $ 50,000.00  Cash and due from banks- 299,245.61  Capital s t o c k _____________$ 2,000.00 Surplus and profits_______ 11,629.87 D e p o s its __ _______________ 335,615.74  Total _______- ____ ____ ._$349,245.61  T o t a l __________________ $349,245.61  PEOPLES EXCHANGE, McRAE Population 420. H. F. Hammack, President  White County G. M. Bennett, Cashier  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Overdrafts _____ _____ _____ $ 363.51 Furniture and fixtures 500.00 1,800.00 Banking h o u s e ______ _____ Cash and due from banks- 197,314.95  Capital s t o c k _____________$ 2,500.00 Surplus and profits_______ 474.48 Deposits _________ ________ _ 197,003.98  Total  _____ ______ - ____ $199,078.46  Total  _________________ $199,978.46'  M INERAL SPRINGS EXCHANGE COMPANY, M INERAL SPRINGS Population 731. Lee McCorkle, President  Howard County E. C. Dillard, Cashier  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts________ $21,904.38 Furniture and fixtures------433.05 Cash and due from banks__ 37,952.03  Capital sto c k _______________$ 2,250.00 Surplus and profits________ 2,008.44 Deposits ___________________ 56,031.02  Total ________- ____ - ______$60,289.46  Total ____________________ $60,289.46   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  152'  TYRONZA EXCHANGE COMPANY, TYRONZA Population 639. D, P. Wylie, President  Poinsett County W. S. Tatum, Cashier  Statement o f June 30, 1947  Resources Cash and due from banks_$71,850.00  T o t a l ________ — _______ $71,850.00  WILMAR  Liabilities Capital stock___________________ 440.00 Surplus and profits_______ 48.85 Deposits ------------------------------ 71,361.15 T o t a l _______ _______ ____ $71,850.00  EXCHANGE, W ILM AR  Population 605. E. A. Oslin, President  Drew County R, A. MeKinstry, Cashier  Statement of June 30, 1947  Resources  Bonds and warrants---------- $ 2,016.62 Cash and due from banks— 52,797.52  Liabilities Capital stock _____________ $ 400.00 Surplus and profits_______ _ 172.91 Deposits ------------------------ 54,241.23  T o t a l_____ _______ ______ $54,814.14  T o ta l----------------- ------ — $54,814.14   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
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