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http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  FIFTY-SECOND REPORT OF THE  BANK COMMISSIONER OF THE  STATE OF ARKANSAS  FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1966   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  DICK SIMPSON  B ans commissioner Ri kKw £FwA Rf *r H<n L I IRR ■ iD n aAR n wY J r%  Fee1 v  *"**.*2erv® Bank Louis  STATE OF ARKANSAS OFFICE OF STATE BANK DEPARTM ENT July 1, 1966  To His Excellency Orval E. Faubus Governor of Arkansas Dear Governor: I have the honor of submitting to you the Fifty-Second Annual Report of the State Bank Department for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1966, in compliance with the terms and provisions of A ct 113 of 1913 (now found in Section 67-111, Arkansas Statutes of 1947). This report expressively demonstrates the expanding economy of the State during the past twelve years. The total resources of the state char­ tered banks have increased to the extent they have more than doubled during his period, which again shows the growth of our economy. The re­ port reflects the condition of the state chartered banks and trust companies and other factual data pertaining to the operation of the Department.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Respectfully submitted, Dick Simpson State Bank Commissioner  LEGAL HOLIDAYS  New Year’s D a y _____4_„—___ ________ _  January 1.  Robert E. Lee’s Birthday__________________January 19. George Washington’s Birthday_____________ February 22. Memorial D a y ___________________________ May 30. Independence D a y __________________ ______ . July 4. Commemorating the end of World War I I _____________________August 14. Labor D a y ______________________________ First Monday in September. Veteran’s D a y ___________________________ November 11 Thanksgiving Day ________ ___________ _  Any day made or designated by Act of Congress.  Christmas D a y ___________________________December 25. A ll Biennial Statewide Primary and, General Election Days.  A ll Bills of Exchange, Drafts or Promissory N otes, which shall be­ come payable on a legal holiday shall be payable on the day next suc­ ceeding 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  4  Statf of Arkansas: Bank Department  DEPARTM ENTAL ROSTER Dick Sim pson-------------------------------------------- State Bank Commissioner Robert M. V aughan------------------------------- Assistant Bank Commissioner  SENIOR BANK EXAM INERS J. A . W elty  R. C. W illcox  F. C. Rayburn  H. Wm. Oldham Olan B. Wages  JUNIOR AND ASSISTANT EXAM INERS C. L. H olt  Curtis P. Slocum  Jim S. Gowen  Gilbert T. Osbum  James N . Garrett  Dan A . M cNeill  CLERKS A N D STENOGRAPHERS Marilyn Crossland  Glenda Creech  Elizabeth Knestrict  STAE BANKING BOARD Dan F. Portis, C hairm an____________________________________ Lepanto James T. K aram -------------------------------------------------------------- Little Rock Jack W. R ic h ---------------------------------------------------------- W est Memphis James C. H o b g o o d ------------------------------------------------------- Arkadelphia Digby C. W e st____________________________________________ Berryvffle Robert M Vaughan, Secretary___________________________ Little Rock  OFFICE Suite 236, National Old Line Building   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Telephone FRanklin 2-3161  Fifty-Second Report  5  COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE BANK DEPARTM ENT STATE OF ARKANSAS  No. 1.  Name  Date of Appointment  Date Service Ended  John M. D a v is_____ October 6 ,1 9 1 3 _________October 3 ,1 9 1 8  2. A . J. R eap ________ October 3 ,1 9 1 8 _________March 2 2 ,1 9 1 9 3.  W. T. M axw ell_____ March 2 2 ,1 9 1 9 _______ - September 1,1921  4.  Charles M cK ee____ September 1, 1 9 2 1 ______ July 2 8 ,1 9 2 5  5.  Loid Rainwater____ July 2 8 ,1 9 2 5 ___________ February 8, 1927  6  Walter E. T aylor___February 8, 1 9 2 7 _______ January 10, 1933  7.  Marion W asson____ January 10, 1 9 3 3 ________January 1 2 ,1 9 3 7  8.  Grover S. Jem igan_January 1 2 ,1 9 3 7 _______ January 14,1941  9.  Thomas W. Leggett ..January 1 4 ,1 9 4 1 _______ February 1 ,1 9 4 9  .  10.  S. J. D ea n _________ February 1, 1 9 4 9 _______ Decem ber 3 1 ,1 9 4 9  11.  Ed I. McKinley, Jr__Decem ber 3 1 ,1 9 4 9 _____ March 14, 1953  12.  A . R. M erritt_______ March 1 4 ,1 9 5 3 ________February 8 ,1 9 5 5  13.  Dick Sim pson_______February 8 ,1 9 5 5 _________________________   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  6  The following is a statement showing the receipts and-disbursements of the State Bank Department from July 1, 1965 to June 3Q, 1966.  RECEIPTS Cash balance with State Treasurer, June 30, 1965 __________________  $125,074.69  Examination and Assessment Fees _____________________$156,592.93 Special Examination F e e s_____________________________  255.00  Charter and Amendment F e e s _________________________  5,375.00  Miscellaneous Fees __________________________________  1,787.27 164,010.20 $289,084.89  DISBURSEMENTS Salaries: $ 20,392.00  Administrative Examining F o rce_____________________________  80,804.65  Office Force —— ---------------- ------------ —_i.--------  9;862.50  Maintenance ______ ,__________ _„-.T---------------- -------  22,262.81  Travel Expenses__________________________________  21,853.42  Contributions by Department to: Social Security Fund _______ ^----- ----------— ——  2,931.15  State Retirement System __________________ _—  3,460.83  Proportionate part of operation cost of Social Security and State Retirement System __________________  80.00  Charges by State Treasurer Thru June 30, 1965 _  Handling Fees:  Thru June 30, 1966 _ Expenses of moving our offices from State Capitol Building to National Old Line Building, including one year’s rent and some purchases of needed equipment----------------------------  2,180.32 2,459.09  14,643.03 $180,929.80  Cash balance with State Treasurer June 30, 1966 ----------------------------   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  108,155.09 $289,084.89  7  Fifty-Second Report  ARKANSAS BANKERS ASSOCIATION 1966-1967 President,_______________ J. C. Reeves, Senior V ice President, National Bank of Commerce, Pine Bluff First Vice President______ Edward M. Peniek, President, Worthen Bank And Trust Company, Little Rock Second V ice President____ William M. Campbell, President, First National Bank of Eastern Arkansas, Forrest City Treasurer_______________ Means W ilkinson, President, Greenwood  Farmers Bank,  Executive Manager and H. C. Carvill, 1027 Pyramid Building* Little Secretary ____________ Rock Staff A ssistant__ ,_______ Gary Weir, 1027 Pyramid Building, Little Rock EXECUTIVE COUNCIL H. B. A xu m ____________________________________ Graydon C om stock___ _______ ___________________ A. M. H a y es__________________________________ Clyman Iza rd _________ ...___________________ _____ F. B. M an att____________________ ____ ,___________ Eugene Sm ith______________________________ ____ Jim Humphries __________________________________ J. M. P a rk ___ ^_________________________________ R. M. LaGrone, J r . _____________________________ E. C. B en ton ___________________________________  ________ E l Dorado ____ Siloam Springs __________ Stuttgart _______ Van Buren __,__ Corning ___ Jonesboro ___________ Salent _____________Cabot _____________ Hope ___________ Fordyce  COUNCILMAN-AT-LARGE H. C. A d a m s_____________ :____________________ ____________ JDeWitt D. C. W est________________________ ______________________ Berryville OFFICERS JUNIOR BANKERS SECTION ARKANSAS BANKERS ASSOCIATION President______________ -Floyd L* Parker____________________Malvern V ice President---------------- Charles D ix o n --------------------------- Arkadelphia Secretary________________Jim M cD onald_________________ Little Rock Treasurer_______________W esley B urkett___________________Springdale  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  8  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI DISTRICT NO. 8 Telephone Number G A 1-1700 Area Code 314 President______________________________ First Vice President_____________________ V ice President__________________________ V ice President__________________________ V ice President__________________________ V ice President__________________________ V ice President__________________________ Vice President__________________________ Vice President__________________________ Vice President__________________________ Chief Exam iner________________________  ------Darryl R. Francis ____Dale M. Lewis ____Leonall C. Andersen ___ .Marvin L. Bennett ____Woodrow W. Gilmore ____Homer Jones ____Stephen Koptis ____Howard H. Weigel ____ Joseph C. Wotawa ____Orville O. Wyrick ___ .Wilbur H . Isbell  LITTLE ROCK BRANCH FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI Telephone Number FR 2-6165 Area Code 501 Vice President and M anager_____________________ John F. Breen C ashier________________________________________ -John K. Ward Assistant C ashier_______________________________ Howard J. Jensen Assistant C ashier________________________________ . M ichael T. Moriarty FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION DISTRICT NO. 6 420 Locust Building, 1015 Locust Street St. Louis, Missouri Telephone Number M A 2-5718 Area Code 314 Supervising Exam iner__________________________ L. C. Beasley Asst. Supervising Exam iner-------------------------------- Burton L. Blasingame EXAM INERS FOR ARKANSAS Chas. R. Johnson__________________________________ Russell C. L ivingston______________________________  Fayetteville Pine Bluff  William A . Sandlin________________________________  Jonesboro   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  COMPARATIVE ABSTRACT SHOWING THE CONDITION OF STATE BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES AS OF JUNE 30, 1966 AND JUNE 30, 1965 June 30, 1966 181  June 30, 1965 182  Increase  RESOURCES: Cash and due from banks__________________ U. S. Government obligations_______________ Other bonds and securities__________________ Loans and discounts_______________________ Banking house, furniture & fixtures__________ Other real estate___________________________ Other resources___________________________  $185,569,655.77 186,800,162.03 160,802,615.77 541,711,892.54 13,201,934.48 905,501.56 3,489,338.53  $175,010,524.05 159,366,142.24 132,636,606.08 491,193,054.05 11,371,251.68 796,781.40 1,525,207.06  $ 10,559,131.72 27,434,019.79 28,166,009.69 50,518,838.49 1,830,682.80 108,720.16 1,964,131.47  TOTAL RESOURCES ____________________ LIABILITIES: Demand deposits -........ ......................................... Savings and time deposits__________________ U. Si Government deposits_________________ Public Funds —......................... ................. Deposits of banks ...........................................  1,092,481,100.68  971,899,566.56  120.581.534.12  581,726,217.54 407,278,456.64 10,500,557.63 95,777,449.96 24,628,821.73  $432,480,322.41 332,717,078.73 10,072,374.04 71,698,439.63 26,308,424.24  149.245.895.13 74,561,377.91 428,183.59 24,079,010.33  TOTAL DEPOSITS_______________________ Other liabilities____________________________  989,004,674.18 9,522,789.73  873,276,639.05 7,322,302.92  115,728,035.13 (Net) 2,200,486.81  TOTAL LIABILITIES ........................................ CAPITAL ACCOUNTS: Capital s t o c k ............................................. Surplus —..............................-............................... Undivided profits and reserves______________  998,527,463.91  880,598,941.97  117,928,521.94  25.102.575.00 35.293.125.00 33,557,936.77  22.265.700.00 30.025.500.00 39,009,424.59  2.836.875.00 5.267.625.00  TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS________________ TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS A N D LIABILITIES_______________________  93,953,636.77  $ 91,300,624.59  2,653,012.18  1,092,481,100.68  971,899,566.56  Decrease  1,679,602.51  Fifty-Second Report  Number of Banks  5,451,487.82*  120,581,534.12 (Net)  * This is caused by our new Report of Condition in which Reserves for Bad Debts are deducted from Loans and Discounts.  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  so  o COMPARATIVE ABSTRACT SHOWING THE CONDITION OF STATE A ND NATIONAL BANKS OF ARKANSAS AS OF DECEMBER 31*, 1965 - 1961 *1965 246  1964 245  1963 243'  1962 242  $ 453,589,000 359.504.000 307.305.000 1,087,925,000 35,390,000  $ 437,415,000 350.473.000 282.569.000 966.020.000 27,030,000 7,186,000  $ 385,122,000 373.968.000 260.640.000 851.716.000 24,039,000 4,301,000  $ 382,298,000 368.124.000 221.306.000 744.420.000 22,607,000 3,706,000  $ 378,602,000 341.733.000 185,072,BOO 637.378.000 19,374,000 3,419,000  TOTAL RESOURCES_______________ LIABILITIES: Capital stock and debentures__________ Surplus____________________________ Undivided profits and reserves_________  $2,243,713,000  $2,070,693,000  $1,899,876,000  $1,742,461,000  $1,565,578,000  $  $  $  $  Total Capital Account________________ Deposits .....______________________ Other Liabilities ___________ __________  $ 178,361,000 $2,046,227,000 19,125,000  $ 160,603,000 $1,881,723,000 17,367,000  $ 157,432,000 $1,726,175,000 16,179,000  $ 146,315,000 $1,582,261,000 13,885,000  $ 132,325,000 $1,425,904,000 7,349,000  TOTAL LIABILITIES ________________  $2,243,713,000  $2,070,693,000  $1,899,786,000  $1,742,461,000  $1,565,578,000  Number of Banks  * National Banks Call Date December 20, 1963 December 28, 1962 * Loans & Discounts are Net of Valuation Reserves   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  51.717.000 71.410.000 55.234.000  48,202,000 65.673.000 57.728.000  43,532,000 59.342.000 54.558.000  41,369,000 54.997.000 49.949.000  37,914,000 48.907.000 45.504.000  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  RESOURCES: Cash and due from banks_______ ______ U. S. Government obligations__________ Other bonds and securities____________ Loans and discounts................................. ... Fixed A ssets_____ i _ _________________ Other resources______________________  1961 238  COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF STATE BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES FOR PAST THIRTY-THREE YEARS Date  1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966  ................________ ________ ..__ _____ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ _______ _______ _________ —_______ ________ .................. .............. ............ ... ________ ................ _________ ^ .............. _________ ........... .. - - _______ _________ ________ _______ _________ ... .......... .. ______ i— _________ _________   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  189 180 178 176 171 . 167 169 166 166 161 161 163 169 170 174 174 176 177 178 177 178 179 182 183 183 182 182 181 182 184 184 182 181  Deposits 41,756,400 50,646,500 59,441,000 66,036,600 66,771,000 73,397,300 79,079,100, 94,733,000 128,975,900 190,153,500 226,832,800 302,720,500 355,193,200 346,132,500 340,469,900 344,900,700 354,288,100 358,571,300 383,178,600 398,584,300 411,324,600 430,059,100 460,899,300 470,719,000 503,671,700 543,739,400 570,442,400 612,166,700 678,287,800 768,113,400 807,558,600 873,276,600 989,004,700  Loans and , Discounts 23,434,300 25,039,400 22,088.500 24,965,600 29,138.400 36,443,100 32,496,900 33,420,100 . 30,666,600 30,497,300 42,121,000 50,282,600 49,928,600 70,403,400 82,157,200 101,075,200 94,148,700 108,035,400 120,769,700 125,554,200 159,028,000 158,246,800 190,365,300 187,089,200 202,943,500 229,693,600 253,908,500 280,359,500 323,914,100 385,157,700 435,202,600 491,193,100 541,711,900  Borrowed Money 3,515,800 320,500 148,300 233,500 88,100 206,100 72,300 75,100 56,700 83,700 81,700 106,700 131,700 116,700 221,700 118,200 148,200 133,200 58,200 298,200 58,200 58,200 0 0 336,600 1,070,000 1,138,000 570,400 202,000 403,000 1,866,000 1,971,000 2,811,300  Cash  U. S. Gov’t Bonds  Capital Structure  18,594,700 20,827,300 29,198,000 28,661,800 26,501,600 27,761,400 34,852,000 46,087,100 75,993,000 88,424,600 87,156,400 115,746,100 114,416,400 102,647,800 96,311,500 96,605,800 102,081,300 102,013,000 114,420,700 117,406,400 116,317,200 117,844,400 119,609,800 119,094,300 133,569,800 132,739,000 136,153,900 148,249,200 159,242,700 166,824,300 170,143,300 175,010,500 185,569,700  7,155,500 9,206,600 11,254,400 12,197,200 10,842,300 9,198,600 10,664,100 12,705,800 21,423,800 71,252,800 97,906,100 137,559,700 187,100,000 170,818,800 160,340,700 148,075,000 158,652,300 148,390,100 144,775,800 152,351,100 135,033,400 148,234,300 140,958,000 150,285,000 148,166,500 155,785,000 155,449,300 155,723,600 160,497,100 169,592,900 155,870,900 159,366,100 186,800,200  12,047,800 11,693,400 11,769,900 12,059,300 12,084,800 12,280,700 12,567,100 12,805,500 13,316,600 13,904,500 15,076,800 16,624,500 18,908,900 21,414,700 23,769,900 26,381,700 29,064,500 31,611,000 34,416,400 37,166,600 40,797,700 42,559,300 46,686,200 50,275,400 54,163,400 57,409,200 62,805,700 67,604,600 73,092,400 78,504,900 85,282,000 91,300,600 93,953,700  Resources Total 57,423,900 62,770,700 71,508,200 78,432,900 79,016,200 85,961,400 92,002,700 107,936,900 142,710,700 204,492,600 242,132,900 319,689,500 374,451,600 367,934,700 364,722,300 371,711,900 383,815,000 390,770,400 417,987,700 436,430,100 452,551,900 473s,034,400 508,372,900 522,434,100 559,229,900 603,550,700 635,861,400 682,081,000 753,781,000 850,420,100 899,327,800 971,899,600 1,092,481,100  Fifty-Second Report  June 30, June 29, June 30, June 30, June 30, June 30, June 29, June 30, June 30, June 30, June 30, June 30, June 29, June 30, June 30, June 30, June 30, June 30, June 30, June 30, June 30, June 30, June 30, June 29, June- 30, June 30, June 30, June 30, June 30, June 29, June 30, June 30, June 30,  Number Banks  *  12  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF INCOME AND DIVIDENDS OF STATE BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1965 INCOME: Interest and discount on loans------------------------$31,392,699.97 Interest and dividends on securities___________ 10,800,762.12 Service charges, exchange, trust dept., e t c ._____ 4,938,471.36 Other operating income ____________________ 581,895.44 Total income from operation_________________________  $47,713,828.89  EXPENSES: Salaries, wages and directors f e e s ____________ $12,808,371.09 Officers and employees benefits_____________ 1,006,010.92 Interest paid on time deposits________________ 11,793,926.78 Interest and discount on borrowed m oney_____ 83,514.13 Net occupancy expense of bank premises______ 2,051,241.88 Furniture and equipment-depreciation, rents, e t c . _______________________________ 1,117,542.89 Other current expenses______________________ 6,252,149.43 Total current expenses_______________________________  $35,112,757.12  Net current operating in com e--------------------------------------  12,601,071.77  RECOVERIES AND PROFITS: On securities ______________________________ $ On lo a n s---------------------------------------------------All other _________________________________  206,969.12 427,947.21 160,679.57  Total recoveries and profits___________________________  $  795,595.90  LOSSES CHARGED OFF AND TRANSFERS TO RESERVES: On securities______________________________ $ 259,392.48 On lo a n s__________________________________ 2,053,509.42 All other__________________________________ 646,079.17 Losses charged off and transfers to reserves------------------- $ 2,958,981.07 NET INCOME BEFORE RELATED TAXES: ___________________$10,437,686.60 Taxes on net in com e----------------------------------------------------------NET INCOME AFTER T A X E S ________________________________ DIVIDENDS P A ID ____________________________________________ NET INCOME AFTER DIVIDENDS --------------------------------------- http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  2,196,969.46 8,240,717.14 2,292,262.00 5,948,455.14  13  Fifty-Second Report  BANKING FACILITIES BY COUNTIES INCLUDING STATE A ND NATIONAL BANKS, AND TELLER’S WINDOWS LOCATED OUTSIDE OF CITIES County Arkansas------------------------------A shley______________________ Baxter_______________________ Benton______________________ Boone _______________________ B r a d le y ........................... Calhoun........... Carroll C hicot______________________ ............. Clark C la y________________________ Cleburne Cleveland .........................Columbia____________________ Conway_____________________ Craighead----------------------------Crawford____________________ Crittenden ...... ............... C ross_______________________ Dallas - . Drew Faulkner____________________ Franklin Fulton . Garland-------------------------------Grant........... .................................... Greene Hempstead__________________ Hot Spring _ ----Howard_____________________ Independence. Izard . . Jackson Jefferson - . Johnson. . Lafayette Lawrence L e e............ Lincoln Little River Logan. Lonoke - Madison .... Marion Miller Mississippi Monroe Montgomery Nevada Newton Ouachita Perry  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State Banks  National Banks  2 6 1 7 1 1 1 1 4 4 3 2 2 3 2 5 4 3 3 2 2 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1  2 1 1 1 1 1  2 3 2 3 1 1 2 2 5 2 1 5 3 1 1 1 4 1  Teller’s Windows (Outside of Cities) 1 1 1  2 1 2 1 1  2  1  1  1 1 1  1 1 2 1  1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 4 1 1 2 1 1 1  1 3 1 l  1 1 1 3  1 2 2 1  1  4  14  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANKING FACILITIES BY COUNTIES INCLUDING STATE AND NATIONAL BANKS, AND TELLER’S WINDOWS LOCATED OUTSIDE OF CITIES County Phillips______________________ P ik e________________________ Poinsett_____________________ P o lk ________________________ P op e_____________________ ;__ Prairie______________________ Pulaski....... . ................... ....... Randolph____________________ St. Francis................ .................... Saline____________________ .__ Scott________________________ Searcy_______________________ Sebastian........... ............................. Sevier_______________________ Sharp_______________________ Stone_______________________ U n ion _______________________ Van Buren.................... . ........ Washington__________________ White _________ ________ _ W oodruff................ ....... Y e ll_________ ____ _____ _   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State Banks  National Banks  4 3 6 1 4 2 6 3 2 2 t 2 3 2 4 1 4 1 5 7 2 4  2  181  Teller’s Windows (Outside of Cities)  1 1 4  1 1 1  2 2 3 1  2 1  2  2  2 2 1 1 65  41  15  Fifty-Second Report  NATIONAL BANKS IN ARKANSAS Name  Location  County  First National Bank Altheimer Jefferson Citizens National Bank Arkadelphia Clark First National Bank____________________ .Ashdown . . _ __ Little River First National Bank Batesville Independence First National Bank Berryville Carroll First National Bank Blytheville Mississippi First National Bank Brinkley .Monroe First National Bank Camden Ouachita Farmers National Bank Clarksville Johnson First National Bank Conway Faulkner First National Bank Crossed. Ashley DeQueen First National Bank Sevier First National Bank Dermott Chicot DeWitt First National Bank Arkansas First National Bank_____ ;____ :________ .El Dorado_________ .— Union FJ Dorado Union National Bank of Commerce________ First National Bank____________________ .Fayetteville____________ Washington First National Bank____________________ .Fordyee .............................. Dallas First National Bank of Eastern Arkansas_ Forrest C ity____________ St. Francis City National Bank____________________ .Fort Smith_____________ Sebastian First National Bank ........... Fort Smith Sebastian Merchants National Bank_______________ Fort Smith_____________ Sebastian First National Bank__ .Green Forest _ . . . . Carroll First National Bank___ . Clark .G urdon_____ . Boone First National Bank___ .Harrison____ Cleburne Arkansas National Bank JHeber Springs . Phillips Helena National Bank _ .H elena______ Phillips Phillips National Bank. .H elena______ Hempstead Citizens National Bank .H ope_______ Hempstead First National B ank__ .H o p e ________ Garland Arkansas First National Bank Hot Springs__ St. Francis Planters National Bank_____ .H ughes_____ Madison First National Bank________ .Huntsville___ Craighead First National Bank________ .Jonesboro___ Lafayette First National Bank________ Lewisville___ Pulaski Commercial National Bank__ Little R ock__ Pulaski First National Bank________ .Little R ock__ Pulaski Union National Bank________ Little R ock__ Columbia First National Bank__________ Magnolia____ Hot Spring First National Bank__________ .Malvern_____ First National Bank__________ Lee .Marianna____ Polk Planters First National Bank__ Mena . .. _____ Baxter First National Bank & Trust Co. . Mountain Home Howard First National Bank__________ .Nashville______ Jackson First National Bank___ .Newport Pulaski American National Bank___ .North Little Rock Mississippi First National Bank_______ .O sceola_________ First National Bank_______ Greene .Paragould_______ National Bank of Commerce . Greene .Paragould______   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  16  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  NATIONAL BANKS IN ARKANSAS Name  Location  County  First National Bank____________________ Paris__________________ Logan National Bank of Commerce_____________Pine B lu ff______________ Jefferson Pine Bluff National Bank------------------------Pine B luff______________ Jefferson Simmons First National Bank____________Pine B luff______________ Jefferson First National Bank------------------------------- Rogers-------------------------- Benton First National Bank------------------------------- Springdale______________Washington Peoples National Bank--------------------------- Stuttgart_______________ Arkansas Commercial National Bank--------------------- Texarkana______________Miller State National Bank------------------------------- Texarkana______________Miller First National Bank of Poinsett County------Trumann______________ Poinsett First National Bank____________________ Tuckerman_____________ Jackson Citizens National Bank--------------------------- Walnut R idge___________ Lawrence First National Bank of Lawrence County — Walnut Ridge___________Lawrence First National Bank------------------------------- Warren________________ Bradley First National Bank____________________ West Memphis__________ Crittenden First National Bank____________________ W ynne--------------------------Cross   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Fifty-Second Report  17  MEMBERS OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Capital and Date of Admission Name of Bank & Location Surplus April 21, 1941_________Elk Horn Bank & Trust Company__________ $ 400,000.00 Arkadelphia April 15, 1953 ________ The Citizens B an k ________________________ 300,000.00 Batesville August 23, 1918_______ Farmers Bank & Trust Company------------------ 1,700,000.00 Blytheville May 10, 1944_________ Bank of Brinkley_________________________ 350,000.00 Brinkley April 28, 1941 ________ The Merchants & Planters B ank------------------- 400,000.00 Camden September 11, 1942____ The Exchange Bank & Trust Company---------- 600,000.00 El Dorado January 7, 1944_______ Mcllroy B ank____________________________ 1,000,250.00 Fayetteville September 22, 1933 ____ Fordyce Bank & Trust Company___________ 250,000.00 Fordyce September 25, 1942____ Arkansas Bank & Trust Company---------------- 1,200,000.00 Hot Springs January 27, 1960______Bank of Lake V illage_____________________ 275,000.00 Lake Village July 26, 1945_________ Peoples Bank & Loan Company_____________ 235,000.00 Lewisville March 20, 1919_______Worthen Bank & Trust Com pany___________ 8,400,000.00 Little Rock April 9, 1957_________ The Twin City B an k ______________________ 450,000.00 North Little Rock 500,000.00 July 20, 1920_________ The Bank of Russellville___________________ Russellville August 23, 1923______ Peoples Bank & Trust Company_____________ 500,000.00 Russellville June 9, 1942__________Grant County Bank________________________ 200,000.00 Sheridan May 8, 1961---------------Bratt-Wasson Bank ------------------------------------ 500,000.00 Siloam Springs April 11, 1944________ Smackover State B a n k ____________________ 400,000.00 Smackover May 20, 1921 _________ Bank of Waldron ________________________ 300,000.00 Waldron COMMERCIAL BANKS — NON MEMBERS FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Name Location Portland B a n k ---------------------------------------------------- Portland Bank of Sidney------------------------------------------------------ Sidney TRUST COMPANIES NOT ENGAGED IN COMMERCIAL BANKING AND NON MEMBERS FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Name Location Guaranty Loan & Trust Company__________________ Helena Metropolitan Trust C om pany--------------------------- Little Rock Matthews Company-----------------------------------No. Little Rock  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  18  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  NATIONAL BANKS OPERATING TELLER’S WINDOWS (WITHIN CITY WINDOWS NOT INCLUDED)  Name of Bank  Location  Citizens State Bank  ........................ . Bald Knob  Location Teller’s Window  County  Bradford  White  Benton State Bank_______________—Benton  Bauxite  Saline  Benton State Bank_______________—Benton  Bryant  Saline  Citizens Bank_______________ ,__ ,—Booneville  Magazine  Logan  Citizens Bank___________________ —Booneville  CaulksvilleRatcliff  Logan  DeWitt Bank & Trust Co_________ —DeWitt  Gfflett  Arkansas  Earle State Bank  Crawfordsville  Crittenden  Earle  Exchange Bank & Trust Co_______ - E l Dorado  Huttig  Union  Planters Bank & Trust C o ._:_____ —Forrest City  Cotton Plant  Woodruff  Planters Bank & Trust Co................... Forrest City  DeValls Bluff  Prairie  First State Bank________________ -G o u ld  Grady  Lincoln  Farmers Bank__________________ _Greenwood  Hackett  Sebastian  Farmers Bank_______________ !__ —Greenwood  Hartford  Sebastian  Horatio State Bank_______________Horatio  Dierks  Howard  First Jacksonville Bank  Little Rock A. F. Base  Pulaski  Citizens Bank of Jonesboro____—- .... Jonesboro  Lake City  Craighead  McGehee Bank.................... ......... _McGehee  Arkansas City  D esha.  McGehee Bank_________________ _McGehee  Watson  Desha  . Wilmar  Drew  .  Union Bank & Trust Company____  _Jacksonville  Monticello  Pike County_____________________Murfreesboro  Mineral Springs Howard  Security Bank__________________ __Paragould  Marmaduke  Greene  First State Bank _  Ola  Yell  .  Plainview  : Pope  Peoples Bank i\nd Trust Co___ ____Russellville  Pottsville  Security Bank____________:________Searcy  McRae  White  Bratt-Wasson Bank______________—.Siloam Springs  Gentry  Benton  Smackover State Bank-----------------__Smackover  Norphlet  Union  Bank of Tuckerman—— ___T..——.__Tuckerman  Swifton  Jackson  McNeil  Columbia  Bank of W ilson_____________ ____ __ Wilson  Keiser  Mississippi  Cross County Bank-------------------- ... Wynne  Hickory Ridge  Cross  The Peoples Bank ........................   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  —Waldo  Fifty-Second Report  19  NATIONAL BANKS OPERATING TELLER’S WINDOWS (WITHIN CITY WINDOWS NOT INCLUDED)  Name of Bank  Location  First National Bank  Batesville  First National Bank______ _______Blytheville  Location Teller’s Window  County  Hardy  Sharp  ' Blytheville A. F. Base  Mississippi  Taylor  Columbia  First National Bank —___ ____ ____.__Marianna  Moro  Lee  First National Bank -__ ___  Mineral Springs Howard  First National Bank________ _______Magnolia  First National Bank  ____ ...Nashville Osceola  First National Bank______ Osceola, ________ First National Bank_____,___---------- Paris  Joiner  Mississippi  Luxora  Mississippi  CaulksvilleRatcliff  Logan  Simmons First National Bank ______ Pine Bluff  Sherrill .  Jefferson  State First National Bank___ _______Texarkana  Foreman  Little River  First National Bank________ _______Warren  Hermitage  Bradley   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  20  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  NEW BANKS CHARTERED July 1, 1965 to June 3, 1966 None AMENDMENTS ALTERING CAPITAL STRUCTURE July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 1. The Union Bank of Benton, Benton, increased capital from $100,000.00 to $200,000.00 by the sale of $100,000.00 par value of new stock. 2. Bank of Elkins, Elkins, increased capital from $25,000.00 to $37,500.00 by sale of $12,500.00 par value of new stock. 3. Worthen Bank and Trust Company, Little Rock, increased capital from $3,200,000.00 to $4,000,000.00 by a stock dividend of (16,000 shares, par value $25.00 each) $400,000.00 par value and the sale of $400,000.00 par value of new stock. 4. Bank of West Memphis, West Memphis, increased capital from $350,000.00 to $500,000.00 by a 42.857% stock dividend. 5. The Bank of Rector, Rector, increased capital from $50,000.00 to $100,000.00 from the Certified Surplus Account by a 100% stock dividend. 6. Bank of Prescott, Prescott, $300,000.00 by a 50% stock dividend.  increased capital from  $200,000.00  to  7. The Union Bank of Mena, Mena, increased capital from $75,000.00 to $150,000.00 by a 100% stock dividend. 8. The Bank of Harrisburg, Harrisburg, increased capital from $50,000.00 to $100,000.00 by a 100% stock dividend. 9. Benton State Bank, Benton, increased capital from $500,000.00 $550,000.00 by the sale of $50,000.00 par value of new stock.  to  10. Citizens Bank, Booneville,increased $150,000.00 by a 25% stock dividend.  to  capital  from $120,000.00  11. Bank of Amity, Amity, increased capital from $50,000.00 to $75,000.00 by a 50% stock dividend. 12. The Bank of Franklin, Franklin, increased capital from $10,000.00 to $25,000.00 by a 150% stock dividend. 13. The Coming Bank, Coming, increased capital from $100,000.00 $150,000.00 by a 50% stock dividend.  to  14. Bank of Marvell, Marvell, increased capital from $75,000.00 to $125,000.00 by a 66%% stock dividend. 15. Bank of Salem, Salem, increased capital from $50,000.00 to $100,000.00 by a 100% stock dividend. 16. Bank of Mountain View, Mountain View, increased capital from $25,000.00 to $50,000.00 by a 100% stock dividend. 17. The Merchants and Planters Bank, Clarendon, increased capital from $100,000.00 to $150,000.00 by a 50% stock dividend. 18. Citizens Bank, Jonesboro, increased capital from $500,000.00 to $700,000.00 by a sale of $100,000.00 par value of new stock and a stock dividend of $100,000.00 by the transfer of $100,000.00 from the Certified Surplus Account to the Capital Account.  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Fifty-Second Report  21  AMENDMENTS ALTERING CAPITAL STRUCTURE — CONTINUED 19. Union State Bank, Junction City, increased capital from $50,000.00 to $100,000.00 by the sale of $50,000.00 par value of new stock. 20. Merchants and Planters Bank, Newport, increased capital from $115,000.00 to $200,000.00 by a stock dividend of $55,000.00 par value and the sale of 1,200 shares with a par value of $30,000.00. 21. The Exchange Bank and Trust Company, El Dorado, increased capital from $200,000.00 to $300,000.00 by a 50% stock dividend. 22. The Citizens Bank, England, increased capital from $60,000.00 to $120,000.00 by a 100% stock dividend. 23. Bank of Dover, Dover, increased capital from $25,000.00 to $50,000.00 by a 100% stock dividend. 24. Bank of Evening Shade, Evening Shade, increased capital from $10,000.00 to $25,000.00 by a 150% stock dividend. 25. Bank of Cabot, Cabot, increased capital from $100,000.00 to $150,000.00 by a 50% stock dividend. 26. McGehee Bank, McGehee, increased $400,000.00 by a 33%% stock dividend.  capital from $300,0001.00  to  27. McGehee Bank, McGehee, increased capital from $400,000.00 to $500,000.00 by the sale of 4,000 shares of common stock with the par value of $25.00 each. 28. The Eudora Bank, Eudora, increased $125,000.00 by a 25% stock dividend.  capital from $100,000.00  to  29. The Eudora Bank, Eudora, increased capital from $125,000.00 to $175,000.00 by the sale of 2,000 shares of stock with the par value of $25.00 each. 30. Logan County Bank, Scranton, increased capital from $25,000.00 to $50,000.00 by a 100% stock dividend. 31. First State Bank, Parkin, increased capital from $75,000.00 to $100,000.00 by a 33%% stock dividend.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  22  AMENDMENTS CHANGING NUMBER OF DIRECTORS July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 Name  Location  Bank of Lake V i l l a g e ----------- ___Lake Village Bank of C abot---------------------------------- Cabot The Searcy Bank_______ ______ _______Searcy  Am e n d m e n t s c h a n g in g p a r v a l u f July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 Name  From  To  5 to 10 7 5 to 12  5 to 15 3 to 11 9 to 15  o f sh ares  Location  Bank of West Memphis___-____ :______ West Memphis  From  To  $ 25.00  $10.00  Morrilton Security Bank---------------------Morrilton  100.00  10.00  The Union Bank of Benton___________ Benton  100.0Q  25.00  Merchants and Planters Bank_______ _  100.00  25.00  Newport  AMENDMENTS CHANGING CORPORATE TITLE July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 From John Matthews Company North Little Rock  To Matthews Company North Little Rock  Security Bank. Searcy  First Security Bank Searcy  AMENDMENTS REVISING ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT AND INCORPORATION & BYLAWS July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 Peoples Bank and Trust Company Russellville   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Bank of Dover Dover  Fifty-Second Report  23  THE AVERAGE RATIO OF CAPITAL ACCOUNTS TO TOTAL RESOURCES OF THE 181 ARKANSAS STATE BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES AS OF JUNE 30, 1966, IS 8,6% THE FOLLOWING BANKS EQUAL QR EXCEED THIS FIGURE. Name of Bank  Location  Percentage  Bank of Amity . ___________________ ___Amity ----...,------------------- 11.2 Bank of Ash F la t____________ ____________ Ash Flat -------------------------1 . 10.4 Bank of Atkins_____...___— __ ______________ Atkins _________________ ... 15.1 The Bank of Augusta -1_____________ ,_____Augusta r—------................ 10.3 Citizens State Bank______________________Bald Knob _J.----- ......-------- —9.9 The Citizens Bank_______ ____------------------Bearden ---------------- ...--- —. 14.4 Citizens Bank___ _ ___ ^..1_______ .•______ Beebe __________________ 9.7 Farmers Bank And Trust Company________ Blytheville __________...—r— 13.2, The. Bank of Bradley ________ -----------------Bradley ------------------------- . 10.0 State Bank of Calico R ock_____L.L—----------Calico Rock ..---------- r.T~— . 11.8 The Merchants And Planters Bank ,................ Camden ____________ 10.5 The Caraway Bank_______________ ,--------- Caraway —..------- .------- r------ . 9.4 Bank of Cave C ity_________ ___ ____r_____ Cave City ____________ .— 9.0 American State Bank ---------- -------------- Charleston --------------------.— 9.3 Bank of Cherry V alley___________________ Cherry Valley ----------- -------- 10.7 Bank of Chidester_______ __ i____________ Chidester -----------------------12.6, The Merchants And Planters Bank------------- Clarendon ---------------- r.----- 11.6 Clinton State Bank______________ —— - Clinton ----------------------------9.1 First State Bank_________________________Crossed --------------19.7, Arkansas Valley Bank________ .------ ---------- Dardanelle v~------ --------- -— 9.4 Bank of Dardanelle — ------------------------ Dardanelle ------------- ---------8.6 Bank of D elight____________ _r- _ _ ----------- Delight ----------------------------- 10.3 Dermott State Bank----------------- ---------------- Dermott ------------------- ...----9.2 Farmers And Merchants Bank ------------------- Des A r c -------------------- 1____ 14.5 DeWitt Bank And Trust Company —T--------- DeWitt ---------------------,____ 8.? Bank of D over_____________ „____________ Dover ---------------------------- 12.2 Merchants And Farmers Bank...-----------------Dumas ---------11.4 Earle State Bank_____________-----------------E arle_____________________ 9.7 The Delta State Bank------------ ,— ----------- Elaine -----------------------------16.6 Bank of Elkins_______________ — ----------Elkins ------------------------------------9.1 Bank of England----------------------- ,--- .--------England -------------------9.3 -------.— 12.5 The Citizens Bank---------------------— ----------England —— r— The Eudora B ank------------------------------------ Eudora ----------------- ——,___ ,12.0 Bank of Eureka Springs---------------------------- Eureka Springs _______ 11.3 Bank of Evening Shade---------------- ------------ Evening Shade__________ „___ 11.5 Fordyce Bank And Trust Company—...-------Fordyce ---------------- _r-------- 11.0 The Bank of Franklin-------------- -— ----------- Franklin --------------- --------- ... 10.0 First State Bank------------------------- ------------- Gould --------------- ..... ___ 12.4 Bank of Graved-------------------- ------------------Gravede --------------------------9.1 1 he First Bank_______________ ___________ Griffithville ,,_______.. 11.2 Clark County Bank----------------------------------Gurdon----------------------. 11.0 Farmers Bank__________________ —---------- Hamburg ----------------- -------9.3 11.7 Calhoun County Bank--------------------- -------- Hampton -----------------------Prairie County Bank--------------------- ----------- H azen --------------------------- ..... 9.0 Guaranty Loan And Trust C<?mpany---------- Helena ___________........... 61.6 Bank of Holly Grove-----------------—..............Holly G rove----------------------- 12.0 Bank of Nettleton------------------------- --------- Jonesboro--------------------- .... 10.5 Farmers And Merchants Bank ........... Judsonia ___________ ____ 12.2. Union State Bank_________________ _____ Junction C ity ____________ .... 11.2 Bank of Kensett----------------------- --------------- K ensett--------------------------12.5 Bank of Lake V illage--------------------- -----------Lake V illage------------------8.9 First State Bank of Lake Village -----------------Lake Village----------9.6 Citizens Bank of Lavaca------------ .....................Lavaca -------------------------9.6 , Leaehville State Bank------------------------------- Leach v ille__________ ,............. 13.0 Little River Bank------------------- — ------------ Lepanto --------------^----------- 15.7  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  24  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  AVERAGE RATIO OF CAPITAL ACCOUNTS TO TOTAL RESOURCES (Continued) Name of Bank Location Percentage Metropolitan Trust Company---------------------Little R o c k _______________ 98.8 Bank of Lockesburg---------------------------------L ockesburg__________________ 8.8 First State Bank-------------------------------------- L o n o k e ____________________ 13.5 Bank of McCrory------------------------------------ M cC rory _________________ 8.7 McGehee Bank--------------------------------------- M cG eh ee___________________ 11.0 Farmers Bank And Trust Company________ M agn olia_________________ 9.3 Bank of Malvern________________________ M alvern __________________ 9.2 Peoples Bank___________________________ Mammoth Spring__________ 9.0 Merchants And Planters Bank_____________M a n ila ___________________ 15.3 Farmers And Merchants Bank____________ M arianna___________________ 10.6 Marked Tree Bank______________________ Marked T r e e ______________ 8.7 Bank of M arvell________________________ Marvell __________________ 14.1 Bank of Melbourne--------------------------------- M elbourne---------------------------- 11.9 Monette State Bank______________________M on ette__________________ 11.6 Commercial Bank & Trust Company-----------M onticello------------------------9.7 Union Bank & Trust Company____________ M onticello__________________ 11.1 Morrilton Security Bank_________________ M orrilton____________________ 8.7 The First State Bank_____________________M orrilton____________________ 8.6 The Peoples Bank_______________________ Mountain H o m e ___________ 8.8 Bank of Mountain V iew __________________Mountain V ie w ____________ 13.7 Bank of Mulberry----------------------------------- M ulberry_________________ 9.5 Pike County Bank_______________________ Murfreesboro _____________ 9.0 Bank of N ewark------------------------------------- .N e w a r k -------------------------------14.0 Bank of New Edinburg---------------------------- New Edinburg ____________ 11.3 Merchants And Planters Bank____________ N e w p o r t _________________ 9.0 Matthews Company_____________________ North Little R o c k _________ 14.2 Bank of Parkdale_______________________ P a rk d a le_________________ 16.2 First State Bank_________________________Parkin ------------------------------ 12.2 Bank of Pea Ridge______________________ Pea R idge-------------------------- 11.0 Piggott State Bank_______________________Piggott ------------------------------ 10.0 First State Bank------------------------------------- Plainview --------------------------9.9 Planters And Stockmen Bank-------------------- P o cah on tas----------------------- 11.9 The Peoples Bank_______________________ Portland__________________ 15.9 Portland Bank__________________________ Portland---------------------------- 17.6 9.2 Bank of Prescott________________________ Prescott ---------------------------Bank of Quitman_______________________ Quitman---------------------------8.9 Farmers And Merchants Bank-------------------R eyn o------------------------------- 10.0 The Bank of Rison______________________ Rison ------------------------------- 13.8 The Bank of Russellville-------------------------- Russellville ---------------------8.9 Bank of Salem __________________________ S a le m ------------------------------9.2 Logan County Bank_____________________ Scranton --------------------------- 10.9 Grant County Bank---------------------------------Sheridan--------------------------------13.0 Smackover State Bank___________________ Smackover------------------------- 10.3 Citizens Bank-----------------------------------------Smithville--------------------------- 22.7 Merchants And Planters Bank------------------- Sparkman-------------------------- 12.0 Bodcaw Bank___________________________S tam p s------------------------------ 13.5 Bank of Star C ity_______________________ Star C it y --------------------------- 12.2 Citizens Bank___________________________Strong ------------------------------ 16.1 Citizens Bank________________________ _— Tillar --------------------------- 19.1 Bank of Tuckerman_____________________ Tuckerman _______________ 12.7 Tyronza Bank__________________________ Tyronza ---------------------------9.5 Bank of W aldo_________________________ Waldo __________________ 9.3 The Peoples Bank_______________________ W aldo------------------------------9.9 Warren Bank _________________________ W arren----------------------------8.6 Bank of Weiner____ _____________________ Weiner ----------------------------9.8 Rice Growers Bank--------------------------------- W h eatley--------------------------- 11.1 Wilmot State Bank______________________ W ilm o t----------------------------- 16.3 Bank of W ilson_________________________ W ils o n --------------------------------- 15.3 Cross County Bank--------------------------------- W y n n e -----------------------------9.2 The Bank of Y ellville____________________Y ellv ille---------------------------- 14.3  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  25  Fifty-Second Report  FIFTY-SECOND REPORT of  STATEMENT OF ARKANSAS BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES AS SHOWN BY THE CALL OF JUNE 30, 1966 Cities and towns alphabetically arranged by postoffices. Population shown is that given by the 18th census of the United States, 1960, or subsequent special census.  COMMERCIAL BANK AT ALMA, ALMA Population 1,370 Crawford County Chartered January 31, 1910 Transit Number 81-272 Telephone Number 632-2257 Officers  Directors  Caruth M. Alexander_______ President Ralph B. Ballentine________ Vice Pres. Margaret A dam s------------------ Cashier Hilda K night___________ Asst. Cashier  Assets  Caruth M. Alexander W. H. Cole Dorothy H. Alexander V. G. Humphrey Ralph B. Ballentine McCloud Sicard Harrell Ballentine C. R. Starbird W. B. (Buddy) Byars  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities  Cash and due from banks _$ 626,524.27 U.S. Gov’t obligations------1,215,216.64 Municipal bonds & securities-------------------- 404,447.00 Loans and discounts------- 1,341,739.60 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures-----4,100.94 Other real estate_________ 9,967.00 Other assets ____________ 2,467.11  Demand deposits---- $2,076,430.62 Time & savings deposits __ 1,139,423.66 Public fu n d s_____________ 106,987.30 U.S. Gov’t deposits---------23,626.71 Other d ep osits_____ 3,879.99 Total d ep osits---------------- 3,350,348.28 Total liab ilities____ 3,350,348.28 Capital s to c k ______ 50,000.00 S urplu s----------------50,000.00 Undivided profits-----------------150,151.68 R eserves-----------------------3,962.60 Total capital accounts____ 254,114.28  T otal______________ $3,604,462.56  T otal_______________$3,604,462.56   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  26  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF AMITY, AMITY Population 543 Clark County Chartered November 30, 1905 Transit Number 81-287 Telephone Number 342-5301 Officers Directors John N. Francis--------------------President Ernie Dunlap Joe F. M axey_____________ Vice Pres. John N. Francis Cleda Olds _____ Vice Pres. & Cashier Joe F. Maxey Hazel Richardson ____Asst. Cashier Gledh Olds . * Peggy Thomasson_______ Asst. Cashier Hazel Richardson STATEMENT' OF JUNE 3Q, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 583,978.90 Demand deposits ________ $1,687,440.57 U. S. Gov’t obligations — 1,140,684.05 Time & savings deposits__ 1,824,301.30 Municipal bonds & U. S. Gov’t deposits__ L___ 15,029.63 securities _____________ 628,610.93 Public fu n d s____________ 93,375.55 Loans and discounts _____ 1,723,219.40 Total deposits----------------- 3,620,147.05 Bank premises, Total l i a b i l i t i e s ' ______ 3,620,147.05 furniture & fixtures ____ 2.00 Capital stock ___________ 75,000.00 Other assets __________ 1,737.80 Surplus -------------1_______ 100,000.00 Undivided profits ____ 275,837.00 Reserves _______________ 7,249.03 Total capital accounts____ 458,086.03 Total ________________ $4,078,233.08  Total ________________ $4,078,233.08  ELK HORN BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, ARKADELPHIA Population 9,014 Clark County Chartered September 28, 1903 Transit Number 81-133 Telephone Number CH 6-5811 Officers Directors A. C. Stone _______________ President John N. Francis A. C. Stone James T. Gooch Clarence Hardin ___............ Vice Pres. J. P. Sturgis Clarence Hardin J. B. Wingfield ____ .............Vice Pres.* J. B. Wingfield W. P. Jones, Jr. C. C. Lookadod__________Vice Pres; W. P. Jones, Jr...... ..... ______Vice Pres. C. C. Lookadoo ....... .. Cashier G. W. Lookadoo Roy N. Shope____ Eula L. Kinnaird____ ____Asst. Cashier J. Hugh Lookadoo H. G. Brew er______ ___ Asst. Cashier Farrar Newberry Johnny K. McAnally .___ Asst. Cashier Robert Phillips STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets T.f Cash and due from banks . $1,132,069.21 Demand deposits ________ $3,265,036.93 U. S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,012,402.06 Time & savingsdeposits___ 3,649,449.57 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 46,192.46 securities ______________ 1,695,181.92 Public fu n d s____________ 885,255.99 Other securities Deposits of banks _______ 45,009.03 (including stock) ______ 12,000.00 Other deposits _________ 11,625.62 Loans and discounts _____ 4,526,275.18 Total deposits _________ 7,902,569.60 Bank premises, Total liabilities _________ 7,902,569.60 furniture & fixtures____ 103,561.10 Capital stock ____________ 125,000.00 Other assets ____________: 3,917.20 Surplus _________________ 275,000.00 Undivided profits________ 182,837.07 Total capital accounts____ 582,837.07 Total ___ i ____________ $8,485,406.67  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total _  $8,485,406.67  27  Fifty-Second Report  MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY ARKADELPHIA Population 9,014 Clark County Chartered June 15, ' 1911 Transit Number 81*469 Telephone Number CH 6-4511 Directors  Officers James C. Hobgood...__.___*__ President Jett B la ck ___ Vice Pres. Millard E. Aud _____________ Cashier Catherine Condray____ Asst. Cashier Nina Dickson __Asst. Cashier Lottie Watson _1 1 __Asst. Cashier  Millard E. Aud Jett Black Dr. Charles Clark J. H. Crawford H. Grady Elms Al, D. Gross James C. Hobgood McMillan, McMillan,  Robert C. Rhodes Jane Ross Ralph Williams  & Turner  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets . Cash and due from banks _.$■873,617.56 Demand deposits ________ $2,506,809.06 U.Si Gov’t obligations____ - 887,463.96 Time & savings deposits__ 1,908,374.59 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 35,361.35 Municipal bonds & 308,454.68 securities ___________ 786,483.15 Public fu n d s____________ Other deposits __________ 36.720.85 Securities of federal 99,812.50 Total deposits___________ 4,795,720.53 agencies__________ *___ Other liabilities _________ 60,000.00 Other securities (including stock) ______ 148,219.00 Total liabilities__________ 4,855,720.53 100,000.00 Loans and discounts _____ 2,276,764.11 Capital stock ___________ Bank premises, Surplus ________________ 100,000.00 177,155.40 furniture & fixtures ____ 94,730.63 Undivided profits________ Other real estate ________ 2,644.00 Total capital accounts________________ 377,155.4 Other assets ____________ 63,141.02 Total _________ $5,232,875.93  Total ________________ $5,232,875.93  BANK OF ASH FLAT, ASH FLAT Population 192 Sharp County Chartered February 20, 1912 Transit Number 81-499 Telephone Number 994-3201 Officers  Directors  Odus Carpenter --------- President Boyd Carpenter I.J__ _______ Cashier  Boyd Carpenter Odus Carpenter Leonard Ferguson  . .STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Gash and due from banks. $ 1596,568.23 Demand deposits ____ „ ,$ 1 ,061,905.85 U.S. Gov’t obligations 434,730.50 Time & savings deposits __ 427,346.97 Municipal bonds & Public fu n d s-------- ______ 200,203.86 securities __________ -v— 170,083.60 Total deposits____ 1,689,456^68 Loans and discounts____- 680,981.17 Total liabilities___ 1,689,456.68 Bank premises, Capital stock ___________ 25,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 4,063.99 Surplus ------------------------100,000.00 Undivided profits_ 71,970.81 Total capital accounts___ 196,970.81 Total  ____ $1,886,427.49   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total  $1,886,427.49  28  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF ATKINS, ATKINS Population 1,391 Pope County Chartered September 19, 1895 Transit Number 81-215 Telephone Number 641-2636 Officers Directors James C. M itchell----------------- President James C. Mitchell David O. R am ey______________ Cashier R. W. Morgan, Jr. G. Harold Neal STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 230,217.36 Demand deposits _______ $ 734,104.20 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 373,000.00 Time & savings deposits__ 69,437.63 Loans and discounts_____ 389,347.53 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 2,026.63 Bank premises, Public funds ___ 45,779.02 furniture & fixtures____ 11,458.74 Other deposits __________ 291.81 Total deposits___________ 851,639.29 Other liabilities _________ 34.37 851,673.66 Total liabilities__________ Capital stock ___________ 30,000.00 Surplus ______________ 50,000.00 Undivided profits________ 72,349.97 152,349.97 Total capital accounts____ T o ta l________________ $1,004,023.63  Total ________________ $1,004,023.63  THE BANK OF AUGUSTA, AUGUSTA Population 2,624 Woodruff County Chartered February 20, 1935 Transit Number 81-718 Telephone Number 347-2511 Officers Directors George L. Beard------------------ President George L. Beard W. T. Mills, Jr. R. E. Gregory____________Vice Pres. R. E. Gregory J. Ford Smith R. J. Haralson John H. Stanley W. T. Mills, J r ._____________ Cashier Dorothy W illis__________ Asst. Cashier  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$ 636,883.98 Demand deposits________ $2,342,241.82 U.S. Gov’t obligations-------- 320,287.01 Time & savings deposits__ 1,418,463.08 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 24,594.19 Municipal bonds & securities ------------------837,298.81 Public fu n d s------------------- 304,161.01 Loans and discounts- 2,845,404.08 Deposits of b an k s_______ 24,691.81 8,691.82 Bank premises, Other deposits__________ furniture & fixtures-------- 31,967.09 Total deposits___________ 4,122,843.73 67,314.52 Other assets ------------------1,548.92 Other liabilities_________ Total liabilities__________ 4,190,158.25 Capital s to c k ----------------100,000.00 Surplus ________________ 200,000.00 Undivided profits________ 183,231.64 Total capital accounts____ 483,231.64 Total ________________ $4,673,389.89  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  T o ta l________________ $4,673,389.89  Fifty-Second Report  29  CITIZENS STATE BANK, BALD KNOB Population 2,096 White County Chartered January 22, 1931 Transit Number 81-673 Telephone Number PA 4-3242 Officers Directors W. H. Collison E. D. Williams____ President & Cash. T. W. Leggett, Sr. T. W. Leggett, S r .__________ Vice Pres. Jennings Leggett H. A. W hitley____________Vice Pres. H. A. Whitley W. H. C ollison__________________ VicePres. Mildred N. H a ll_________ Asst. Cashier E. D. Williams Carolyn B. H a le -------------- Asst. Cashier  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 541,173.73 Demand deposits ________ $2,183,875.88 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,404,600.00 Time & savings deposits__ 446,730.29 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 1,751.88 Municipal bonds & securities ___________ 649,261.81 Public fu n d s------------------- 219,384.21 32,022.70 Loans and discounts______ 615,929.52 Deposits of b an k s_______ Other deposits__________ 17,977.49 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 10,000.00 Total deposits----------------- 2,901,742.45 Total liab ilities_________ 2,901,742.45 Capital s to c k ___________ 100,000.00 Surplus ________________ 100,000.00 Undivided profits-----------69,222.61 Reserves ----------------------50,000.00 Total capital accounts------------------------ 319,222.6 Total ________________ $3,220,965.06  Total _  43,220,965.06  THE CITIZENS BANK, BATESVILLE Population 7,129 Independence County Chartered February 19, 1953 Transit Number 81-773 Telephone Number RI 3-3811 Officers Directors J. K. Southerland___________ President M. A. Conyers John M oody______________ Vice Pres. S. M. Bone M. A. Conyers_____ Exec. Vice Pres. John Moody Marean Pearson — Asst. Exec. Vice-Pres. King Sims Charles A rnold_______ Asst. Vice Pres. J. K. Southerland Eagle Street Edna M organ-----------------Asst. Cashier Clifton Crabtree-------------- Asst. Cashier Maxine W ooten _________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks -$1,272,914.41 Demand deposits ...... $3,254,610.71 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,233,839.26 Time & savingsdeposits — 2,460,489.92 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits--------73,432.74 securities______________ 681,384.15 Public fu n d s------------------317,322.08 Other securities Deposits of b ank s----------- 444,410.04 (including sto c k )______ 9,000.00 Other deposits__________ 15,206.18 Loans and discounts _____ 3,810,196.23 Total deposits------------------ 6,565,471.67 Bank premises, Total liabilities---------------- 6,565,471.67 furniture & fixtures____ 47,056.45 Capital stock ------------------ 125,000.00 Other a ssets_____________ 2,429.56 Surplus _________________ 175,000.00 Undivided profits________ 191,348.39 Total capital accounts____ 491,348.39 T o ta l________________ $7,056,820.06  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  T o ta l________________ $7,056,820.06  30  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  t h e Ci t i z e n s b a n k , b e a r d EN Population 1,268 Ouachita County Chartered June 17, 1945 Transit Number 81-749 Telephone Number 687-2649 Officers * Directors Garland Anthony -------- ------- President Garland Anthony Horace Looney ----------------- Vice Pres. John E. Anthony Hugh Thom pson--------------- Vice Pres. O. B. Livingston Harold M izell---------------------Cashier Horace Looney Miss Rosemary Barner---- Asst. Cashier Hugh Thompson Jerry Thom pson— ------- Asst. Cashier  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks _ $ 237,638.37 Demand deposits ___._____$ 819,443.84 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 236,101.16 Time & savings deposits 181,542,98 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 1,920.00 securities _____________ 271,298.09 Public funds _____________ 114,711.77 Other securities . Total deposits___________ 1,117,618.59 (including stock) ______ , 2.00 Total liabilities__________ 1,117,618.59 Loans and discounts _______ 549,960.05 Capital stock ____________ 25,000.00 Bank premises, Surplus _________________ 100,000.00 furniture & fixtures__ _ 7,727.22 Undivided profits________ 63,711.95 Other assets ____________ 3,603.65 Total capital accounts____ 188,711.95 Total ________________ $1,306,330.54  Total  .$1,306,330.54  CITIZENS BANK, BEEBE Population 2,137 White County Chartered June 21, 1917 Transit Number 81-588 Telephone Number TA 8-5471 Officers Directors T. E, Abington ________ President Catherine Abington H. M. £>odds E. H. Abington, I I _________ Vice Pres. E. H. Abington, II Frank Garrison Robert L. Jones Margie Jensen______________ Cashier T. E. Abington Alpha Brown STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks _$ 395,691.40 Demand deposits _____i__ $1,761,456.66 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,050,544.50 Time & savings deposits __ 53,567.21 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 1,788.00 securities _______________ 171,639.12 Public fu n d s_____________ 170,679.06 Loans and discounts_____ 559,583.89 Other deposits _____ 2,018.73 Bank premises, Total deposits_______ ___ _ 1,989,509.66 furniture & fixtures___ : 18,174.59 Total liabilities________ _ 1,989,509.66 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Capital stock _________ L__ 50,000.00 Other a ssets____________ 7,960.96 Surplus _________________ 50,000.00 Undivided profits________ 114,085.80 Total capital accounts------ 214,085.80 T o ta l_  __ $2,203,595.46   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  T o t a l____  $2,203,595.46  Fifty-Second Report  31  BENTON STATE BANK, BENTON Population 15,020 Saline County Chartered February 9, 1934 Transit Number 81-711 Telephone Number SP 8-2591 Officers Directors W. R. A lsobrook____ ______ President R. F. Alsobrook Newell P. Ramsey W. A. Springer______ ______Vice Pres. W. R. Alsobrook W. A. Springer Russell Colem an_____ ____ Cashier Fred E. Briner D. J. Stirmon Larry W hitley__ ^____ ___Asst. Cashier Wyatt Crawford Virgil Williams Mrs. June M aG ee___ ___ Asst. Cashier A. B. Holiman, Jr. Leonard A yers____ ___ Asst. Cashier Arnold M oore_______ ___ Asst. Cashier Tommy R eeves______ ___ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 2,514,325.17 Demand deposits ______ $ 6,416,972.21 U.S. Gov’t obligations___ 2,409,056.00 Time & savings deposits _ 6,705,150.04 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits -------264,054.61 securities ____________ 3,310,837.97 Public funds ---------------------- 970,128.38 Loans and discounts____. 7,457,380.76 Other deposits _________ 20,793.97 Bank premises, Total deposits---------------- 14,377,099.21 furniture & fixtures ___ 194,978.67 Other liabilities ________ 324,149.94 Other real estate________ 73,568.15 Total liabilities--------------- 14,701,249.15 Other assets ___________ 9,497.23 Capital stock ---------------550,000.00 Surplus ___________ .___ 550,000.00 Undivided profits_______ 168,394.80 Total capital accounts___ 1,268,394.80 Total ...  —$15,969,643.95  Total _______________ $15,969,643.95  THE UNION BANK OF BENTON, BENTON Population 15,020 Saline County Chartered January 11, 1954 Transit Number 81-774 Telephone Number SP 8-4518 Officers Directors T. H. D u k e________________ President Henry Brown Henry Brow n________ Vice Pres. Henry Finkbeiner Henry Finkbeiner _________ Vice Pres. T. H. Duke Ralph Neaville ____ Vice Pres. I. E. McCray, Sr. Sandra Suggs----------------- Asst. Cashier J. E. Nutt, Sr. Tim Summers___________ Asst. Cashier J. B. Yarbrough, Jr.  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$1,347,356.10 Demand deposits________ $2,768,504.16 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 2,005,536.62 Time & savings deposits__ 3,005,706.91 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 42,065.88 Municipal bonds & securities _____________ 523,133.97 Public fu n d s____________ 610,772.54 Other deposits --------------20,296.00 Securities of federal agencies _____________ 534,879.69 Total deposits___________ 6,447,345.49 Other securities Other liabilities-------------64,985.37 (including stock) ______ 1,000.00 Total liabilities__________ 6,512,330.86 Loans and discounts _____ 2,429,298.03 Capital stock ___________ 200,000.00 Surplus ______________ 200,000.00 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 195,800.95 Undivided profits________ 179,054.92 Other real estate_________ 54,380.42 Total capital accounts____ 579,054.92 Total ________________ $7,091,385.78  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ____  $7,091,385.78  32  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF BENTONVILLE, BENTONVILLE Population 4,015 Benton County Chartered February 25, 1931 Transit Number 81-701 Telephone Number CR 3-2421 Officers Directors R. E. B u ck ----------------------- President R. E. Buck D. S. Patterson---------------- Vice Pres. Carl M. Burger V. C. Rife, J r .--------------------- Cashier William H. Enfield Martha M ason-----------------Asst. Cashier Carl Hutchens Audrey Robbins--------------- Asst. Cashier D. S. Patterson Ellen Jefferson --------------- Asst. Cashier Sam M. Walton Gene Staggers----------------- Asst. Cashier John W. F ryer-----------------Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 806,318.12 Demand deposits------------ $3,484,116.25 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,826,140.08 Time & savings deposits__ 2,746,557.68 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 62,131.61 securities_____________ 1,033,214.81 Public funds ____________ 309,767.67 150,000.00 Other deposits __________ Federal funds sold ______ 859.51 Loans and discounts _____ 3,215,211.06 Total deposits----------------- 6,603,432.72 Bank premises, Total liabilities__________ 6,603,432.72 furniture & fixtures____ 108,357.25 Capital s to c k ___________ 150,000.00 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Surplus ------------------------150,000.00 Other assets ____________ 307,603.80 71,794.20 Undivided profits________ Total capital accounts____ 607,603.80 Total ________________ $7,211,036.52  Total  ..$7,211,036.52  BANK OF BLEVINS, BLEVINS Population 198 Hempstead County Chartered August 12, 1912 Transit Number 81-518 Telephone Number 874-2411 Officers Directors Frank M cLarty-------------------President Frank McLarty P. C. Stephens -------------------- Cashier Harold M. Stephens Maurine E. Stephens------Asst. Cashier P. C. Stephens STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 225,028.31 Demand deposits------------ $ U.S. Gov’t obligation____ 200,612.00 Time & savings deposits _ Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ securities _____________ 153,090.25 Public fu n d s____________ Loans and discounts_____ 359,424.61 Other d ep osits__________ Bank premises, Total deposits __________ furniture & fixtures____ 2,996.00 Other liabilities-------------Other assets ____________ 89.05 Total liabilities__________ Capital s to c k ___________ S u rp lu s________________ Undivided profits________ Total capital accounts____ T o t a l________________ $ 941,240.22  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  500,222.66 243,017.03 557.62 106,274.53 318.91 850,390.75 11,524.65 861,915.40 25,000.00 45,000.00 9,324.82 79,324.82  T o t a l________________ $ 941,240.22  Fifty-Second Report  33  FARMERS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, BLYTHEVILLE Population 25,833 Mississippi County Chartered March 16, 1908 Transit Number 81-105 Telephone Number PO 3-8101 Officers Directors ____ President J. L. Cherry R. A. Porter__ Exec. Vice Pres. G. G. Hubbard F. E. W arren_ I. R. Johnson ____ Vice Pres. Lee A. Crowe, Chas. C. Langston ..........Vice Pres. H. N. Whitis ____ .... Cashier R. A. Porter R. G. Cox __ B. S. Simmons ___Asst. Cashier B. F. Brogdon .. F. E. Warren ___Asst. Cashier B. G. Stewart .... L. H. Welch __ Asst. Cashier C. W. P o p e___ __Asst. Cashier C. W. Ray ....... STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets ... $ 7,580,344.90 Cash and due from banks $ 2,052,512.87 Demand deposits . 4,840,575.56 U.S. Gov’t obligations___ 1,411,294.94 l ime & savings deposits U.S. Gov’t deposits ____ 189,298.60 Municipal bonds & securities ___________ 2,909,434.93 Public funds ______ 1,584,224.43 Deposits of banks ______ 42,803.11 Other securities (including stock) _____ 321,000.00 Other deposits _________ 59,978.82 Loans and discounts ____ 9,720,280.98 Total deposits__________ 14,297,225.42 Other liabilities ________ 41,028.80 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures ___ 44,583.48 Total liabilities _________ 14,338,254.22 200,000.00 Other real estate________ 1.00 Capital stock __________ ... 1,500,000.00 Other assets ___________ 75,150.46 Surplus Undivided profits_______ 496,004.44 Total capital accounts___ 2,196,004.44 Total _______________ $16,534,258.66  Total _____ ___ ______ $16,534,258.66  CITIZENS BANK, BOONEVILLE Population 2,690 Logan County Chartered April 18, 1910 Transit Number 81-195 Telephone Number 675-2747 Officers Directors Jeral L. Ham pton__________ President J. H. Evans Bill Landrum________Exec. Vice Pres. James S. Hall and Cashier Jeral L. Hampton Bill Landrum Bill Perceful _____________ Vice Pres. Paul Wisley . ___ ____ Asst. Vice Pres. John Olsen Elizabeth Walker _______ Asst. Cashier Herbert L. Thomas, Sr. STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 970,232.84 Demand deposits ________ $2,905,066.59 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,104,570.64 Time & savings deposits__ 2,743,139.22 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 54,282.0 Municipal bonds & securities _____________ 656,625.89 Public fu n d s____________ 682,254.19 Other deposits --------------27,612.43 Other securities (including stock) ______ 3.00 Total deposits___________ 6,412,354.48 210,327.47 Loans and discounts _____ 4,112,114.46 Other liabilities _________ Total liabilities__________ 6,622,681.95 Bank premises, 150,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 176,864.99 Capital stock ___________ 150,000.00 Other real estate_________ 21,000.00 Surplus ________________ 195,586.03 76,856.16 Undivided profits________ Other assets ____________ Total capital accounts____ 495,586.03 Total ________________ $7,118,267.98  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $7,118,267.98  34  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THE BANK OF BRADLEY, BRADLEY Population 712 Lafayette County Chartered April 10, 1933 Transit Number 81-513 Telephone Number 894-3322 Officers Directors J. W. M eek _______________President J. W. Meek W. T. Murphy, Jr. James R. Murphy__________ Vice Pres. J. W. Meek, Jr. Orville M. Odom J. W. Meeks, J r ._____________ Cashier James R. Murphy J. B. W orks____________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 233,862.73 Demand deposits ________$ 682,942.80 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 408,000.00 Time & savings deposits — 650,190.12 U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 4,133.30 Municipal bonds & securities ________ 168,163.22 Public fu n d s_______ _____ 141,137.66 Loans and discounts _____ 825,261.59 Other deposits --------------2,641.12 Total deposits___________ 1,481,045.00 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures ____ 11,000.00 Total liabilities__________ 1,481,045.00 25,000.00 Other real estate_________ 2.00 Capital stock ___________ Surplus ----------------------50,000.00 Undivided profits________ 90,244.54 Total capital accounts____ 165,244.54 Total ________________ $1,646,289.54  Total ________________ $1,646,289.54  BANK OF BRINKLEY, BRINKLEY Population 4,907 Monroe County Chartered January 17, 1903 Transit Number 81-191 Telephone Number RE 4-3133 Officers Directors Albert L. Rusher----------------- President John F. Cole A. L. Rusher John F. Cole ______ Exec. Vice Pres. L. C. Dial A. H. Rusher Mildred Dickson ------------------- Cashier E. D. McKnight J. B. Sharp Evalyna H ile y __________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Cash and due from banks .$ 982,042.85 Demand deposits _______ U.S. Gov’t obligations — _ 508,625.01 Time & savings deposits U.S. Gov’t deposits_____ Municipal bonds & securities ---------- . 932,270.22 Public fu n d s___________ Other deposits _________ Securities of federal agencies _________ . 1,570,418.00 Total deposits__________ Total liabilities_________ Other securities 10,500.00 Capital stock __________ (including stock) ------Loans and discounts____ . 3,100,160.05 Surplus Undivided profits____ Bank premises, 41,149.50 Reserves ___________ furniture & fixtures — _ 4,378.92 Total capital accounts Other a ssets___________ Assets  Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$7,149,544.55  Total  .$3,286,486.44 . 2,728,542.59 37,096.62 . 623,129.39 4,733.59 - 6,679,988.63 - 6,679,988.63 50,000.00 . 300,000.00 - 111,801.25 7,754.67 _ 469,555.92  __ $7,149,544.55  Fifty-Second Report  35  BANK OF CABOT, CABOT Population 1,321 Lonoke County Chartered March 23, 1903 Transit Number 81-304 Telephone Number 224-2181 Officers Directors Fred B. Garlington__________ President W. T. Barnwell Fred B. Garlington Sue W. Park ___ Vice Pres. & Cashier Jake W. Lowman, Chairman James M. P ark ____________ Vice Pres. James M. Park Juanita Morden ______Asst. Vice Pres. Sue W. Park Cecil T. O w en___________ Asst. Cashier Lewis T. See Frances E. R e a _________ Asst. Cashier J. D. Wood Murrell D. Vise ________ Asst. Cashier William E. W illiams____ Asst. Cashier  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks _$ 1,597,289.27 Demand deposits ________ $3,061,263.65 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 993,394.87 Time & savings deposits__ 2,355,321.92 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 50,365.07 Municipal bonds & 203,664.14 securities ____________ 541,931.98 Public funds ____________ Other deposits __________ 28,613.80 Loans and discounts _____ 3,063,311.01 Total deposits ___________ 5,699,228.58 Bank premises, 56,825.52 furniture & fixtures____ 10,386.25 Other liabilities -------------Other real estate_________ 5,021.00 Total liabilities__________ 5,756,054.10 150,000.00 Capital stock ___________ Surplus ________________ 100,000.00 Undivided profits________ 205,280.28 Total capital accounts____ 455,280.28 Total ________________ $6,211,334.38  Total ________________ $6,211,334.38  STATE BANK OF CALICO ROCK, CALICO ROCK Population 773 Izard County Chartered May 1, 1914 Transit Number 81-305 Telephone Number 297-8105 Officers Directors Dr. Noel C op p _____________ President Dr. Noel Copp Gulley R. S ea y ____________ Vice Pres. S. E. McNeill E. C. Rodm an______________Cashier E. C. Rodman Mrs. Boyce H icks------------ Asst. Cashier Gulley R. Seay  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks -.$ 857,659.48 Demand deposits ________ $1,624,622.03 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 627,936.88 Time & savings deposits__ 162,779.62 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 1,962.50 securities ____________ 23,799.80 Public fu n d s_____________ 86,683.95 Other securities Other deposits __________ 1,793.75 (including sto c k )______ 2.00 Total deposits___________ 1,877,841.85 Loans and discounts_____ 616,310.84 Total liabilities__________ 1,877,841.85 Bank premises, Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 furniture & ifxtures____ 3,002.00 Surplus _________________ 65,000.00 Other real estate_________ 3.00 Undivided profits________ 137,459.74 Other a ssets------------------1,587.59 Total capital accounts________________ 252,459.7 Total ________________ $2,130,301.59  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $2,130,301.59  36  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THE MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK, CAMDEN Population 15,823 Ouachita County Chartered March 4, 1931 Transit Number 81-96 Telephone Number TE 6-8136 Officers Directors Harold Snyder_____Chairman of Board H. T. Patton R. L. Summers B. J. Ford ------------------------- President Harold Snyder Perry L. Turnbull H. T. Patton--------- Senior Vice Pres. R. L. Stringer **E. L. Harrison P. W. Wooldridge___Vice Pres & Cash. J. W. Coan **P. W. Wooldridge E. L. Harrison____________ Vice Pres. B. J. Ford ** Advisory Board O. G. Burnham______ Asst. Vice Pres. Mrs. Linnie B etts________ Asst. Cashier John C. Hodnett_________Asst. Cashier James M. Morgan________Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $1,733,506.24 Demand deposits _________ $4,404,940.08 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,427,508.00 Time & savingsdeposits___ 3,527,759.40 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits_______ 65,339.90 securities ____________ 2,792,238.71 Public funds ____________ 463,291.83 Other securities Other deposits ___________ 82,040.12 12,006.00 Total deposits____________ 8,543,371.33 (including stock) _____ Loans and discounts _____ 3,358,514.15 Other liabilities _________ 129,407.51 Bank premises, Total liabilities___________ 8,672,778.84 furniture & fixtures____ 367,001.00 Capital stock -----------------100,000.00 Other assets ____________ 8,065.84 Surplus -------------------------- 300,000.00 Undivided profits________ 526,061.10 Reserves _______________ 100,000.00 Total capital accounts____ 1,026,061.10 Total —  — $9,698,839.94  Total ________________ $9,698,839.94  THE CARAWAY BANK, CARAWAY Population 821 Craighead County Chartered October 29, 1962 Transit Number 81-790 Telephone Number 482-3329 Officers Directors Amos D avid ________ President & Cash. Douglas Bradley T. J. Isbell T. J. Isb ell_______________ Vice Pres. Amos David Aubrey Wood Marl Carter____________ Asst. Cashier J. R. David, Jr. Norma Em ison__________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks _$ 516,368.02 Demand deposits------------ $ 936,174.73 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 107,775.58 Time & savings deposits__ 1,043,839.78 U.S. Gov’t deposits--------2,057.40 Municipal bonds & 235,226.49 securities _________ 23,441.22 Public fu n d s____________ Deposits of bank s_______ 9,233.19 Loans and discounts_____ 1,772,077.98 Other deposits __________ 937.13 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 39,061.23 Total deposits___________ 2,227,468.72 Other a sse ts____________ 1.00 Total liabilities _________ 2,227,468.72 Capital stock ----------------75,000.00 Surplus ________________ 37,500.00 Undivided profits________ 118,756.31 Total capital accounts____ 231,256.31 T o t a l________________ $2,458,725.03  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total  $2,458,725.03  Fifty-Second Report  37  CITIZENS BANK, CARLISLE Population 1,514 Lonoke County Chartered December 22, 1930 Transit Number 81-689 Telephone Number LU 2-2111 Officers Directors H. L. Perkins, Chairman M. S. W oodruff__ ____ President Ernest H. Allison ... ______Cashier A. W. Birdsong Charles Hunt Mary Burnett_____ ... Asst. Cashier Francis Downs E. L. Morris Billy J. Shoup____ ... Asst. Cashier J. F. Gartman F. M. Perkins C. W. Harper M. S. Woodruff  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Demand deposits ________ $2,357,635.97 Cash and due from banks $ 599,950.43 Time & savings deposits__ 1,649,782.79 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,145,323.38 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 15,501.78 Municipal bonds & 159,110.93 securities ____________ 492,800.38 Public fu n d s____________ Loans and discounts _____ 2,365,315.28 Total deposits___________ 4,181,901.47 Other liabilities _________ 59,669.07 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 33,067.26 Total liabilities__________ 4,241,700.54 100,000.00 Other assets ____________ 1,300.00 Capital stock ___________ Surplus ___ 150,000.00 Undivided profits________ 146,056.19 Total capital accounts____ 396,056.19 Total ________________$4,637,756.73  Total _________________$4,637,756.73  BANK OF CAVE CITY, CAVE CITY Population 540 Sharp County Chartered July 2, 1906 Transit Number 81-310 Telephone Number AT 3-5553 Officers Directors Eagle Street________________ President J. A. Carpenter Eagle Street Eugene Street_____________ Vice Pres. Carl D. Medlock____________ Cashier Eugene Street Nina M edlock__________ Asst. Cashier James Street STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$ 307,072.48 Demand deposits------------ $ 790,064.70 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 361,315.95 Time & savingsdeposits___ 854,162.76 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 1,603.75 securities _____________ 287,251.21 Public fu n d s_____________ 135,268.77 Securities of federal Total deposits___________ 1,781,099.98 agencies______________ 200,000.00 Total liabilities__________ 1,781,099.98 Loans and discounts_____ 789,792.11 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Bank premises, Surplus _________________ 100,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 13,250.00 Undivided profits________ 25,901.77 Reserves -----------------------1,680.00 Total capital accounts____ 177,581.77 T o t a l________________ $1,958,681.75  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  T o t a l________________ $1,958,681.75  38  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  AMERICAN STATE BANK, CHARLESTON Population 1,353 Franklin County Chartered June 29, 1910 Transit Number 81-268 Telephone Number 965-2201 Officers Directors Clyde H iatt-------------------------President H. Clyde Hiatt, Chairman Joe S. H iatt--------------- Exec, Vice Pres. Joe S. Hiatt, Secretary McLoud Sicard Theo M. C lassen------------------- Cashier John A. McDonald S. B. Stevinson Clyde L. H iatt__________ Asst. Cashier  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 516,559.94 Demand deposits ________ $1,571,394.15 U.S. Gov’t obligations------ 1,122,257.90 Time & savings deposits__ 1,238,658.08 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 10,266.00 securities ____________ 370,917.19 Public fu n d s_____________ 265,627.05 3,469.74 Other securities Other deposits __________ (including stock) --------1.00 Total deposits___________ 3,089,415.02 Federal funds sold ---------- 200,000.00 Other liabilities _________ 13,878.31 Loans and discounts ------- 1,199,913.08 Total liabilities__________ 3,103,293.33 Bank premises, Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 8,000.00 Surplus ______ 50,000.00 furniture & fixtures-----Other real estate-------------4,000.00 Undivided profits________ 218,356.78 Other assets ------------------1.00 Total capital accounts________________ 318,356.7 Total ________________ $3,421,650.11  Total _________________$3,421,650.11  BANK OF CHERRY VALLEY, CHERRY VALLEY Population 455 Cross County Chartered January 24, 1907 Transit Number 81-313 Telephone Number LU 8-4415 Officers Directors W. M. Smith, Jr--------------------- President H. H. Beasley Edward Maddox H. H. B easley_______ Exec. Vice Pres. Millard Carter H. P. Maddox, Sr. J. R. C avin __________________ Cashier J. R. Cavin W. M. Smith, Jr. STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks.$ 463,144.17 Demand deposits________ $ 974,811.39 U.S. Gov’t obligations------ 751,390.00 Time & savings deposits — 1,045,213.55 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 3,125.05 securities _____________ 99,671.92 Public fu n d s____________ 818,472.05 Loans and discounts------- 1,838,352.79 Other deposits---------------244.12 Bank premises, Total deposits___________ 2,841,866.16 furniture & fixtures-----25,523.28 Other liabilities_________ 1,344.57 Other real estate-------------5,485.00 Total liabilities__________ 2,843,210.73 50,000.00 Other assets ____________ 882.66 Capital s to c k ___________ S u rp lu s------------------------100,000.00 191,239.09 Undivided profits________ Total capital accounts------ 341,239.09 Total ________________ $3,184,449.82  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $3,184,449.82  Fifty-Second Report  39  BANK OF CHIDESTER, CHIDESTER Population 348 Ouachita County Chartered April 29, 1909 Transit Number 81-314 Telephone Number OV 5-2561 Officers Directors Allen Green _______________President Allen Green Dwade Holleman Wayne Sanders____________ Vice Pres. Mary Ann Starnes........... ..............Cashier Wayne Sanders STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 147,777.98 Demand deposits ________$ U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 61,000.00 Time & savings deposits — Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits---------securities ___________ 31,967.20 Public fu n d s------------------Loans and discounts _____ 587,032.46 Other deposits ---------------Bank premises, Total deposits-----------------furniture & fixtures____ 4,000.00 Total liabilities---------------Other assets ____________ 706.97 Capital stock ----------------Surplus ________________ Undivided profits________ Total capital accounts____ Total  ____ $ 832,484.61  339,530.32 267,844.35 167.75 99,765.94 20,244.10 727,552.46 727,552.46 25,000.00 50,000.00 29,932.15 104,932.15  Total _________________ $ 832,484.61  THE MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK, CLARENDON Population 2,410 Monroe County Chartered July 23, 1890 Transit Number 81-164 Telephone Number 747-3319 Officers Directors E. J. Taylor, Jr____ _________ President Ralph Abramson Wiley Meacham B. W. Hayes -------------------------Cashier F. A. Blankenship Ellen Menard E. J. Taylor, Jr. Estelle Catlett___________ Asst. Cashier Paul McKay Virginia Simpson________ Asst. Cashier  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks _$ 501,352.37 Demand deposits________ $1,304,624.30 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 308,425.42 Time & savings deposits__ 1,121,274.08 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 27,070.13 Municipal bonds & 234,505.51 securities_____________ 563,896.80 Public fu n d s____________ Deposits of b ank s----------- 174,102.38 Loans and discounts_____ 1,857,783.31 Other deposits__________ 24,527.52 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 30,550.30 Total deposits___________ 2,886,103.92 12,066.67 Other real estate_________ 5,300.00 Other liabilities _________ Other assets ------------------6,266.44 Total liabilities__________ 2,898,170.59 Capital s to c k ___________ 150,000.00 Surplus ________________ 100,000.00 Undivided profits________ 125,404.05 Total capital accounts____ 375,404.05 Total ________________ $3,273,574.64  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total  $3,273,574.64  40  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CLINTON STATE BANK. CLINTON Population 966 Van Buren County Chartered October 16, 1946 Transit Number 81-758 Telephone Number 745-2441 Officers Directors Homer Brown Howard Johnson ___________ President Garner M. Johnson Homer Brow n_____________ Vice Pres. Garner M. Johnson________ Vice Pres. Howard Johnson Mrs. Nobia F. Johnson Dois G. Johnson____________ Cashier Roy Lefler Bud McKnight___________ Asst. Cashier Virgil Lefler Opal M yrick_____________ Asst. Cashier Arthur Lewis Jo Smith ______________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$ 669,917.86 Demand deposits ------------- $2,722,219.40 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,411,640.25 Time & savingsdeposits___ 2,083,898.13 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ---------53,344.41 securities ____________ 857,641.61 Public funds _____________ 218,392.15 Loans and discounts _____ 2,504,972.92 Other deposits -------------14,698.63 Bank premises, Total deposits ___________ 5,092,552.72 furniture & fixtures ____ 162,872.61 Total liabilities___________ 5,092,552.72 Other real estate_________ 1,001.00 Capital stock -----------------100,000.00 Surplus ____ 100,000.00 Undivided profits________ 235,881.26 Reserves _______________ 79,612.27 Total capitalaccounts_____ 515,493.53 Total  $5,608,046.25  Total ________________ $5,608,046.25  FIRST STATE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, CONWAY Population 12,500 Faulkner County Chartered February 8, 1946 Transit Number 81-754 Telephone Number FA 9-5656 Officers Directors Thomas G. Wilson _________ President Edward A. Halter Ben F. Caldwell____________ Vice Pres. W. D. Ketcheside Edwin H. Floyd __________ Vice Pres. J. F. O’Kelley J. R. Ott _____ Vice Pres. J. R. Ott E. Wainright Martin_________Vice Pres. Frank E. Robins, III & Trust Officer Earl F. Rogers Rogers C. M oore__Vice Pres. & Cash. Thomas G. Wilson Miloise A. L yford____Asst. Vice Pres. Louis E. S te ll___________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 1,966,167.48 Demand deposits_______ $ 6,335,231.50 U.S. Gov’t obligations___ 3,489,778.44 Time & savings deposits „ 6,778,198.63 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits _____ 103,906.09 securities____________ 2,318,090.90 Public funds __________ 546,089.39 Securities of federal Deposits of banks ______ 5,002.26 agencies_____________ 459,742.50 Other deposits _________ 37,408.79 Other securities Total deposits__________ 13,805,836.66 (including stock) _____ 103,706.80 Total liabilities_________ 13,805,836.66 Loans and discounts____ 6,191,586.43 Capital stock __________ 200,000.00 Bank premises, Surplus ----------------------500,000.00 furniture & fixtures___ 201,670.58 Undivided profits_______ 232,426.79 2.00 Total capital accounts___ Other real estate________ 932,426.79 Other assets ___________ 7,518.32 Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  ...$14,738,263.45  Total  $14,738,263.45  Fifty-Second Report  41  THE CORNING BANK, CORNING Population 2,565 Clay County Chartered January 29, 1931 Transit Number 81-211 Telephone Number 857-9721 Officers Directors Mrs. Sam L. M anatt________ President Dr. Jack Q. Cash F. B. M anatt________ Exec. Vice Pres. Glen Cox Sam L. Manatt, J r .____Exec. Vice Pres. F. B. Manatt Jim Vinson _________________ Cashier Mrs. Sam L. Manatt J. D. F isk ______________ Asst. Cashier Sam L. Manatt, Jr. Jim Vinson C. E. Headley, Jr________ Asst. Cashier Donis Simpson__________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks . $1,072,307.66 Demand deposits ________ $3,509,000.65 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 222,330.63 Time & savings deposits__ 1,930,297.21 47,221.06 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ Municipal bonds & 595,008.40 securities ____________ 686,021.76 Public fu n d s____________ Deposits of banks _______ 103,915.68 Other securities (including stock) ______ 20,000.00 Total deposits ___________ 6,185,443.00 204,960.22 Loans and discounts _____ 4,701,363.12 Other liabilities _________ Total liabilities__________ 6,390,403.22 Bank premises, 150,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 120,820.02 Capital stock ___________ 150,000.00 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Surplus ___ 132,440.97 Undivided profits________ Total capital accounts____ 432,440.97 Total ________________ $6,822,844.19  Total  $6,822,844.19  FIRST STATE BANK, CROSSETT Population 5,548 Ashley County Chartered May 13, 1963 Transit Number 81-102 Telephone Number FO 4-5131 Officers Directors Wagner Adams T. C. T rigg________________ President Otto M iller___Exec. Vice Pres. & Cash. Charles Baxley Willis Johnson Ovid T. Switzer____________ Vice Pres. Otto Miller Bobby Joe A ik en ________ Asst. Cashier Victor Scott Larry R eynolds_________ Asst. Cashier Ovid T. Switzer T. C. Trigg STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 489,842.09 Demand deposits ________ $ 673,973.52 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 228,237.13 Time & savingsdeposits___ 667,905.01 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 11,438.31 securities ____________ 32,363.82 Public fu n d s_____________ 369,306.69 Securities of federal Other deposits ___________ 27,457.05 agencies ____ 224,937.51 Total deposits _________ 1,750,080.58 Loans and discounts _____ 1,047,223.81 Total liabilities___________ 1,750,080.58 Bank premises, Capital stock ____________ 200,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 154,578.04 Surplus - _______________ 200,000.00 Other assets ____________ 3,588.98 Undivided profits_________ 30,690.80 Total capital accounts____ 430,690.80 T o ta l_  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$2,180,771.38  Total ________________$2,180,771.38  42  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  DANVILLE STATE BANK, DANVILLE Population 955 Yell County Chartered October 3, 1930 Transit Number 81-700 Telephone Number 495-2236 Officers Directors John Ed Chambers----------------- President H. W. Burnham J. W. Hull Jim Bill G atlin ------------------------Cashier John Ed Chambers Fay Mathis Elouise C. Laurie------------ Asst. Cashier Jim Bill Gatlin Joe Ray Bobby E. R am ey------------ Asst. Cashier Lloyd R. George Neil Sims C. David P ayn e________ Asst. Cashier Assets  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities  Cash and due from banks $ 845,478.13 U.S. Gov’t obligations-----765,644.72 Municipal bonds & securities ___________ 770,853.41 Securities of federal agencies ________ 524,812.50 Loans and discounts ------- 2,768,845.79 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures -----16,854.34 Other assets ____________ 1,099.15  Demand deposits_________$2,179,914.16 Time & savings deposits__ 2,632,615.51 U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 7,738.46 Public funds ____________ 360,365.83 Other deposits ___________ 67,451.42 Total deposits ___________ 5,248,085.38 Total liabilities__________ 5,248,085.38 Capital stock ____________ 125,000.00 Surplus ___ 125,000.00 Undivided profits________ 195,502.66 Total capital accounts____ 445,502.66  Total ________________ $5,693,588.04  Total ______ __________ $5,693,588.04  ARKANSAS VALLEY BANK, DARDANELLE Population 2,098 Yell County Chartered August 29, 1961 Transit Number 81-786 Telephone Number 229-4111 Officers Directors Robert L. Stringer--------------- President Glenn Bailey Carl Jaggers Glenn Bailey _____________ Vice Pres. Dr. G. S. Cornwell Edward H. Smoot Mike S. B o y d ______________ Casiher John P. Cowger Harold Snyder A. B. Cox Robert L. Stringer James Hall Dr. Lewis A. Webb STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks - $ 477,971.54 Demand deposits ________ $1,012,677.39 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 497,832.62 Time & savings deposits — 1,158,514.58 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 244,228.15 securities _____________ 109,765.57 Public fu n d s____________ 280,295.06 Loans and discounts ------- 1,836,430.36 Deposits of banks _______ 17,918.10 Bank premises, Other deposits __________ 18,866.17 furniture & fixtures-----92,356.37 Total deposits___________ 2,732,499.45 Other assets ____________ 4,764.35 Total liabilities__________ 2,732,499.45 Capital stock ___________ 150,000.00 Surplus ________________ 50,000.00 Undivided profits________ 86,621.36 Total capital accounts____ 286,621.36 Total ________________ $3,019,120.81  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $3,019,120.81  Fifty-Second Report  43  BANK OF DARDANELLE, DARDANELLE Population 2,098 Yell County Chartered September 12, 1934 Transit Number 81-599 Telephone Number 229-3311 Officers Directors Thomas V. Jones __________ President B. K. Berry Thomas V. Jones L. R. Berryhill H. M. Orsbum, Jr. John L. H am ilton_________ Vice Pres. Robert L. H olland____________ Cashier C. R. George Noel Vandover John L. Hamilton Jimmie Wallis Mrs. Julia A. Taylor_____Asst. Cashier  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks $ 405,511.54 Demand deposits ________ $1,383,070.78 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,263,285.03 Time & savings deposits__ 2,441,402.85 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 222,094.7 securities ____ 583,270.64 Public fu n d s____________ 264,556.54 7,391.96 Loans and discounts _____ 2,236,984.67 Other deposits __________ Bank premises, Total deposits___________ 4,118,516.90 furniture & fixtures____ 16,000.00 Total liabilities _________ 4,118,516.90 Other assets ____________ 4,237.00 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 Surplus _____ 125,000.00 Undivided profits________ 165,771.98 Total capital accounts____ 390,771.98 Total ________________ $4,509,288.88  Total ________________ $4,509,288.88  DECATUR STATE BANK, DECATUR Population 415  Benton County  Chartered May 27, 1954  Transit Number 81-775 Telephone Number 752-3281  Officers Charles L. D a v es___________ President Jack Clardy ------------------------ Cashier  Directors C. Jimmie Carter E. N. McCollum Charles L. Daves Dorothy Mae Peterson C. Tom Edmiston Lloyd E. Peterson J. R. Kincaid  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 530,777.93 Demand deposits ________ $2,104,201.54 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 689,887.75 Time & savings deposits _ 616,609.04 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 67,529.61 securities _____________ 609,195.76 Public fu n d s____________ 104,756.62 Securities of federal Deposits of banks _______ 20,000.00 agencies_________ 200,000.00 83,547.13 Other deposits __________ Loans and discounts _____ 1,194,817.08 Total deposits___________ 2,996,643.94 Bank premises, Other liabilities__________ 13,249.04 furniture & fixtures____ 60,657.80 Total liabilities__________ 3,009,892.98 Other assets ________ 306.38 Capital stock ___________ 60,000.00 Surplus ________________ 60,000.00 Undivided profits________ 155,749.72 Total capital accounts____ 275,749.72 Total ________________ $3,285,642.70  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $3,285,642.70  44  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF DELIGHT, DELIGHT Population 446 Pike County Chartered June 16, 1911 Transit Number 81-326 Telephone Number 379-4141 Officers Directors Cecil E. Johnson, Jr____ _____President James L. Hart Joe W. Reid James L. H art_______Exec. Vice Pres. Buford Hendrix K. C. Reid and Cashier Olen Hendrix Ludis Rhodes Olen H endrix_____________ Vice Pres. C. E. Johnson, Jr. Edna Johnson __________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 212,492.90 Demand deposits ________$ 781,289.54 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 200,468.75 Time & savings deposits__ 532,515.84 Securities of federal U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 6,539.74 agencies _____ 67,406.55 Public funds ____________ 41,569.38 Loans and discounts _____ 1,001,911.79 Other deposits __________ 381.39 Bank premises, Total deposits___________ 1,362,295.89 furniture & fixtures____ 32,944.58 Total liabilities__________ 1,362,295.89 4,000.00 Capital stock ___________ Other real estate_________ 31,250.00 Surplus ___ 75,000.00 Undivided profits____ ___ 46,378.25 Reserves ................... 4,300.43 156,928.68 Total capital accounts___ Total ...  $1,519,224.57  Total ________________ $1,519,224.57  DERMOTT STATE BANK, DERMOTT Population 3,665 Chicot County Chartered July 8, 1935 Transit Number 81-720 Telephone Number FA 4-3266 Officers Directors John M. Baxter____________ President John M. Baxter J. M. Tharp ____________ Vice Pres. W. A. Baxter Clarence H orton __________ Vice Pres. A. C. Brasel Mrs. Francis Spratlin________ Cashier R. H. Dennington Mrs. Thelma K err______ Asst. Cashier Bernard Levi Mrs. Elsie Cathcart______ Asst. Cashier J. M. Tharp STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$ 678,522.10 Demand deposits ________ $1,598,379.31 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 313,475.31 Time & savings deposits — 1,860,032.95 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 16,875.85 securities ____________ 563,736.59 Public fu n d s____________ 213,055.66 Securities of federal Other deposits __________ 13,665.38 agencies_________ 49,937.50 Total deposits ___________ 3,702,009.15 Other securities Other liabilities _________ 15,593.17 (including stock) ______ 2,750.00 Total liabilities__________ 3,717,602.32 Loans and discounts_ 2,368,658.29 Capital stock ___________ 150,000.00 Bank premises, Surplus ________________ 100,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 68,827.67 Undivided profits________ 126,269.35 Other real estate____ 49,343.08 Reserves _______________ 3,173.90 Other assets ____________ 1,795.03 Total capital accounts____ 379,443.25 Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $4,097,045.57  Total ________________ $4,097,045.57  Fifty-Second Report  45  FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, DES ARC Population 2,896 Prairie County Chartered January 20, 1902 Transit Number 81-233 Telephone Number 256-4191 Officers Directors Henry L. Nichols Henry Nichols _____ President L. R. Brown L. R. Brow n--------------Exec. Vice Pres. W. J. Caskey S. R. Nichols R. L. Morton ________ Cashier Henry Nichols Mrs. Dora Mae Holloway_Asst. Cash.  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Demand deposits ________ $1,955,214.10 Cash and due from banks $ 451,961.88 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,244,571.88 Time & savings deposits_ 1,114,072.58 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 18,804.36 Municipal bonds & 478,040.27 securities __ 412,417.26 Public funds ____________ Other deposits __________ 1,223.78 Securities of federal agencies ------------------- 590,468.75 Total deposits_____ ____ 3,567,355.09 Loans and discounts _____ 1,384,408.47 Other liabilities _________ 26.50 Total liabilities__________ 3,567,381.59 Bank premises, 200,000.00 furniture & fixtures ____ 90,004.70 Capital stock ....... 200,000.00 Other real estate_________ 600.00 Surplus .. . ....... Undivided profits________ 207,051.35 Total capital accounts____ 607,051.35 Total ________________$4,174,432.94  Total ____ __________ $4,174,432.94  D eWITT BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, D eWITT Population 3,019 Arkansas County Chartered March 1, 1929 Transit Number 81-245 Telephone Number 946-3611 Officers Directors R. H. M addox_____________ President A. A. Beverburg J. L. Fly E. A. Ferguson .................... Vice Pres. Julian Brown R. H. Maddox Julian Brow n_____Vice Pres. & Cashier E. A. Ferguson Jack Whitmore T. F. Hudson___________ Asst. Cashier Dan M. Wingard________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $2,923,022.60 Demand deposits _________$4,963,457.31 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,283,834.31 Time & savingsdeposits___ 2,593,799.45 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits _______ 98,274.86 securities _____________ 1,012,731.01 Public fu n d s_____________ 561,533.85 Loans and discounts_____ 3,822,397.88 Other deposits ___________ 13,364.86 Bank premises, Total deposits ------ ---- ----- 8,230,430.33 furniture & fixtures ____ 2.00 Total liabilities___________ 8,230,430.33 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Capital stock ...... 150,000.00 Other assets ____________ 1.00 Surplus _____________ 400,000.00 Undivided profits________ 261,559.47 Total capital accounts____ 811,559.47 Total ________________ $9,041,989.80  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total  __ __________$9,041,989.80  46  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF DOVER, DOVER Population 525 Pope County Chartered September 29, 1905 Transit Number 81-329 Telephone Number 228-3481 Officers Directors John E. M oore-------------------- President David R. Bewley S. F. McCain T. C. Campbell------------------ Vice Pres. T. C. Campbell John E. Moore W. M. W allace-------------------- Cashier L. J. Churchill W. M. Wallace C. L. Poynter___________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 203,471.58 Demand deposits ________$ 811,794.77 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 483,086.35 Time & savings deposits __ 708,603.21 Municipal bonds & 4,297.55 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ securities __________ 170,622.23 Public funds _________ 80,658.26 Securities of federal Deposits of banks _______ 10,000.00 agencies______________ 25,000.00 Other deposits __________ 2,757.63 Other securities Total deposits __________ 1,618,111.42 (including stock) ______ 10,000.00 Total liabilities__________ 1,618,111.42 Loans and discounts _____ 926,313.16 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Bank premises, Surplus ___ 75,000.00 furniture & fixtures ____ 23,500.00 Undivided profits________ 101,056.45 Other assets ____________ 2,174.55 Total capital accounts____ 226,056.45 Total ________________ $1,844,167.87  Total ________________ $1,844,167.87  MERCHANTS AND FARMERS BANK, DUMAS Population 3,540 Desha County Chartered May 10, 1909 Transit Number 81-330 Telephone Number EV 2-4311 Officers Directors R. A. A dcock _____________ President R. A. Adcock Clifton L. Meador Claud T. Frank____________ Vice Pres. J. E. Allmon, Jr. Joe Lee McKennon Ernest C. Bradshaw--------------Cashier Jack S. Dante David Porter Mrs. Pearl S. Moore ____Asst. Cashier Claud T. Frank O. L. Puryear R. A. W est_____________ Asst. Cashier Edgar Gannaway B. J. Tanenbaum, Sr. Lamar Williamson Ray Maxwell STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $1,204,923.83 Demand deposits ________ $3,198,699.74 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 272,437.35 Time & savings deposits — 2,900,867.87 U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 116,140.81 Municipal bonds & 703,320.55 securities ___ 2,663,989.97 Public funds ___________ 96,492.24 Loans and discounts _____ 4,033,023.90 Other deposits __________ Total deposits___________ 7,015,521.21 Bank premises, 383,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 167,223.99 Other liabilities _________ Other real estate_________ 1.00 Total liabilities__________ 7,398,521,21 200,000.00 Other assets -........... 17,115.43 Capital stock ___________ Surplus . _______________ 200,000.00 Undivided profits________ 119,843.38 Reserves _____________ 440,350.88 Total capital accounts____ 960,194.26 Total ________________ $8,358,715.47  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $8,358,715.47  Fifty-Second Report  47  EARLE STATE BANK, EARLE Population 2,896 Crittenden County Chartered April 24, 1947 Transit Number 81-204 Telephone Number GL 6-2131 Officers Directors J. E. Brooks______________ President Chas. T. Bernard C. E. Morrison, Jr. Everett Hood ___________ Vice Pres. C. L. Blanz, Jr. B. J. Wallace Dr. W. J. Wright Wm. S. Baldwin __________ Vice Pres. J. E. Brooks Mrs. Mary F. Fullwood______Cashier Everett Hood J. W. Young, Jr. Mrs. Wanda S. Armstrong Asst. Cash. Mrs. Mary F. Fullwood Mrs. Iris V. Cole ______ Asst. Cashier Mrs. Mary E. Davis _____ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks $ 839,165.00 Demand deposits ________ $2,153,166.68 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 778,195.67 Time & savings deposits _ 1,459,807.29 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 39,454.72 Municipal bonds & 816,349.80 securities ____________ 784,100.64 Public funds ________ Other deposits __________ 10,049.88 Other securities (including stock) ______ 500.00 Total deposits __________ 4,478,828.37 Loans and discounts _____ 2,515,195,65 Total liabilities__________ 4,478,828.37 Bank premises, Capital stock ___________ 150,000.00 furniture & fixtures ____ 38,578.13 Surplus ..................... 200,000.00 Other assets ____________ 4,542.96 Undivided profits________ 131,449.68 Total capital accounts____ 481,449.68 Total _____________  $4,960,278.05  Total ________ ________ $4,960,278.05  THE DELTA STATE BANK, ELAINE Population 898 Phillips County Chartered December 30, 1947 Transit Number 81-759 Telephone Number 827-3397 Officers Directors William D em oret_____ _____ President E. Clay Bumpers Mary Louise Demoret ...____ Vice Pres. J. M. Countiss, Jr. and Cashier Mary Louise Demoret J. M. Countiss, Jr......... . _____Vice Pres. Wm. Demoret STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 417,425.75 Demand deposits _______ $ U.S. Gov’t obligations ...__ 250,000.00 U.S. Gov’t deposits______ Public funds .................. . Municipal bonds & securities _______ 9,981.45 Other deposits __________ 313,256.12 Total deposits___________ Loans and discounts -___ Bank premises, Other liabilities _________ 9,305.52 Total liabilities__________ furniture & fixtures — 546.66 Capital stock ___________ Other assets _________ Surplus ___________ ___ Undivided profits___ ____ Reserves _______________ Total capital accounts____ Total ______________....$1,000,515.50  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  719,602.44 1,795.10 111,721.30 532.50 833,651.34 771.10 834,422.44 40,000.00 80,000.00 40,769.24 5,323.82 166,093.06  Total __________ ,.____ $1,000,515.50  48  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THE EXCHANGE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, EL DORADO Population 25,292 Union County Chartered August 12, 1933 Transit Number 81-668 Telephone Number 2-6684 Officers Directors Louis E. H urley--------- ------ President Bruce Anthony Louis E. Hurley H. B. Axum ----------Exec. Vice Pres. H. B. Auxm D. R. James, Jr. J. C. Craighead ___________ Vice Pres. R. L. Aycock T. M. Martin Claude B. Church__________ Vice Pres. R. C. Bodenhamer R. W. Newell L. E. Hurley, Jr. ___ Vice Pres. W. A. Dumas Joe G. Wepfer Robert H. Tinkle___ Vice Pres. & Cash. W. H. Hanna James H. Ludwig................Asst. Cashier William W. Thom as_____ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 1,913,336.88 Demand deposits ______ $ U.S. Gov’t obligations __ 1,497,874.44 Time & savings deposits .. Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits _____ securities 2,464,422.67 Public funds __________ Securities of federal Deposits of banks ______ agencies ................ 50,046.75 Other deposits -------------Other securities Total deposits _________ (including stock) _____ 18,000.00 Other liabilities ________ Loans and discounts ....... 6,495,246.70 Total liabilities _________ Bank premises, Capital stock __________ furniture & fixtures .... 286,487.62 Surplus _ 8,862.12 Undivided profits_______ Other assets ........ Total capital accounts___ Total ....  _____ $12,734,277.18  6,834,134.42 4,241,183.01 148,873.70 544,756.78 58,365.65 81,254.14 11,908,567.70 12,000.00 11,920,567.70 300,000.00 300,000.00 213,709.48 813,709.48  Total _______________ $12,734,277.18  BANK OF ELKINS, ELKINS Population 250 Washington County Chartered June 1, 1912 Transit Number 81-506 Telephone Number 643-3511 Officers Directors J. E. Bunch _________ ___ President J. E. Bunch John A. Bunch, Sr. Joel L. Bunch............ Exec. Vice Pres. Ed> th L. Bunch Roe Stokenbury John A. Bunch, S r..... Vice Pres. & Cash. Joel L. Bunch STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 238,396.46 Demand deposits ________$ U.S. Gov’t obligations... .... 268,383.90 Time & savings deposits _ U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ Municipal bonds & securities ___________ 396,812.78 Public funds _____ Loans and discounts ____ 1,017,084.50 Total deposits ___________ Total liabilities................... Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 88,284.96 Capital stock ___________ ..... __________ Other real estate..... ......... 1.00 Surplus Other assets ____ 1,450.03 Undivided profits................ Total capital accounts____ Total ________________$2,010,413.63  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  813,171.09 928,370.98 3,574.51 82,340.90 1,827,457.48 1,827,457.48 37,500.00 120,000.00 25,456.15 182,956.15  Total ______ _________ $2,010,413.63  Fifty-Second Report  49  BANK OF ENGLAND, ENGLAND Population 2,861 Lonoke County Chartered August 23, 1898 Transit Number 81-213 Telephone Number 842-2011 Officers Directors Seth Boles, J r .______________ President Seth Boles, Jr. Thomas O. Murchison______Vice Pres. E. A. CarlLee H. P. Bell _________________ Cashier E. A. Murchison Otha F rizzell___________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks $ 595,372.09 Demand deposits ________ $1,706,147.47 Time & savings deposits__ 1,035,628.46 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 103,421.61 Public fu n d s____________ 103,534.25 Municipal bonds & 60,493.01 securities ..... ________ 332,183.92 Deposits of banks _______ 3,865.04 Loans and discounts _____ 2,171,367.13 Other deposits __________ Total deposits __________ 2,909,668.23 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures ........ 7,795.50 Total liabilities__________ 2,909,668.23 Other real estate____ 1.00 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Other assets ____________ 1.00 Surplus . __ 100,000.00 Undivided profits________ 150,474.02 Total capital accounts____ 300,474.02 Total ______ ____ ____ $3,210,142.25  Total __ _____________ $3,210,142.25  THE CITIZENS BANK, ENGLAND Population 2,861 Lonoke County Chartered January 14, 1931 Transit Number 81-492 Telephone Number 842-2461 Officers Directors Ben B. Morris--------------------- President W. G. Cunning Ben B. Morris Lois Rutherford___________ Vice Pres. John Gann Lois Rutherford J. Otis DuPree ___________ Cashier C. C. Leonard, Jr. Carroll C. Leonard, Jr...... Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 539,029.21 Demand deposits _________$1,920,297.43 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,837,402.25 Time & savingsdeposits___ 1,108,044.92 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 26,686.88 securities __________ 237,229.26 Public fu n d s_____________ 193,715.99 Loans and discounts _____ 1,167,003.66 Other deposits ___________ 36,907.32 Bank premises, Total deposits ___________ 3,285,652.54 furniture & fixtures __ 2.00 Other liabilities _________ 22,362.96 Total liabilities__________ 3,308,015.50 Capital stock ___________ 120,000.00 Surplus ..... . __________ 140,000.00 Undivided profits________ 189,281.47 Reserves _____________ 23,369.41 Total capital accounts____ 472,650.88 Total ____ ____________$3,780,666.38  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ____ ____________$3,780,666.38  50  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THE EUDORA BANK, EUDORA Population 3,598 Chicot County Chartered December 23, 1930 Transit Number 81-334 Telephone Number EL 5-4416 Officers Directors C. J. Griffith, Jr____ _______ President Joe A. Arnold J. W. Loyd Joe A. A rnold______ _Exec. Vice Pres. Sam Bowman Alvin Meyer Ralph Scott and Cashier C. J. Griffith, Jr. W. K. Grubbs, Sr. Suzie G ates________ ____ Asst. Cashier Evelyn L illy _______ ____ Asst. Cashier Mary Thatch ______ ----- Asst. Cashier  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 360,952.17 Demand deposits ________ $1,694,981.72 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 388,211.76 Time & savings deposits__ 1,514,441.68 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 18,628.65 436,963.62 securities _____________ 738,741.39 Public fu n d s____________ Loans and discounts _____ 2,649,375.54 Other deposits __________ 13,572.39 Bank premises, Total deposits __________ 3,678,588.06 furniture & fixtures____ 65,353.00 Other liabilities _________ 16,909.88 Other assets ____________ 768.20 Total liabilities__________ 3,695,497.94 Capital stock ___________ 129,375.00 Surplus ________________ 273,625.00 Undivided profits________ 100,838.60 Reserves ___ 4,065.52 Total capital accounts____ 507,904.12 Total _______________$4,203,402.06  Total __________________ $4,203,402.06  BANK OF EUREKA SPRINGS, EUREKA SPRINGS Population 1,681 Carroll County Chartered May 4, 1912 Transit Number 81-472 Telephone Number CL 3-9844 Officers Directors C. A. F u ller_______________ President J. M. Bullock C. A. Fuller John F. Cross Richard R. Thompson J. M. Bullock_____________ Vice Pres. John F. C ross________________ Cashier Lewis Epley, Jr. Digby Walker  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 364,346.03 Demand deposits ________ $1,069,132.59 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 580,399.75 Time & savings deposits__ 719,067.17 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 12,184.01 Municipal bonds & securities_____________ 191,661.10 Public fu n d s____________ 50,179.64 Other deposits __________ 5,949.57 Securities of federal agencies______________ 84,812.50 Total deposits___________ 1,856,512.98 Total liabilities__________ 1,856,512.98 Other securities (including stock) ______ 1,000.00 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 75,000.00 Loans and discounts _____ 849,451.36 Surplus ________________ Undivided profits________ 111,814.02 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 9,406.85 Total capital accounts____ 236,814.02 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Other assets ____________ 12,248.41 Total ________________ $2,093,327.00  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $2,093,327.00  Fifty-Second Report  51  BANK OF EVENING SHADE, EVENING SHADE Population 232 Sharp County Chartered February 5, 1901 Transit Number 81-336 Telephone Number 266-3286 Officers Directors A. A. H euer---------------------- President John W. Edwards Dolph Pegg F. F. M ob ley____________ Vice Pres. A. A. Heuer T. G. Vinson A. L. H oan ey----------------------- Cashier F. F. Mobley William E. Frazier______ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$ 103,691.22 Demand deposits ________ $ U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 254,631.50 Time & savings deposits__ Loans and discounts _____ 284,170.96 Public fu n d s_____________ Bank premises, Total deposits___________ furniture & fixtures____ 5,907.69 Total liabilities __________ Capital stock ___________ Surplus ________________ Undivided profits________ Reserves ____________ Total capital accounts____ Total ________________ $ 648,401.37  356,815.39 179,253.24 37,149.32 573,217.95 573,217.95 25,000.00 30,000.00 19,879.71 303.71 75,183.42  Total _________________$ 648,401.37  McILROY BANK, FAYETTEVILLE Population 22,887 Washington County Chartered December 24, 1892 Transit Number 81-336 Telephone Number HI 2-5351 Officers Directors L. L. Baxter Ellis Burgin _______ ________ President Hayden M cllroy ___ ---------- Vice Pres. Ellis Burgin J. M. Jackman_____ — Asst. Vice Pres. Ralph Goff, Jr. Richard H ip p _________Asst. Vice Pres. John E. Kane Dr. James D. Mashburn and Trust Officer T. H. M athias_____ __________Cashier J. B. McConnell Zelma Anderson____--------Asst. Cashier Hayden Mcllroy Betty C lark________ _____Asst. Cashier Henry S. Shreve James E. Harris____ _____Asst. Cashier Carl Tune Buddy Ledford____ -------Asst. Cashier Clifton Wade Jim Shreve________ _____Asst. Cashier Paul Young, Jr. STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 4,861,001.58 Demand deposits _______ $11,530,371.19 U.S. Gov’t obligations__ 1,652,043.11 Time & savings deposits „ 5,457,190.18 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits _____ 591,471.83 securities __________ 3,974,146.15 Public funds ___________ 5,750,485.47 Securities of federal Deposits of banks ______ 820,086.26 agencies ____________ 73,065.97 Other deposits _________ 200, 000.00 Other securities Total deposits__________ 24,222,670.90 (including stock) ____ 30,050.00 Total liabilities _________ 24,222,670.90 Loans and discounts ___ 15,108,452.34 Capital stock __________ 500,250.00 Bank premises, Surplus ______ 500,000.00 furniture & fixtures __ 243,954.57 Undivided profits_______ 670,742.64 Other assets ___________ 16,428.45 Reserves ______________ 192,412.66 Total capital accounts___ 1,863,405.30 Total ----------------------- $26,086,076.20  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total _______________ $26,086,076.20  52  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  FORDYCE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, FORDYCE Population 3,890 Dallas County Chartered January 5, 1931 Transit Number 81-127 Telephone Number 352-3107 Officers Directors E. C. Benton _____________ President E. C. Benton J. W. Hearnsberger J. H. Everett _____________ Vice Pres. W. R. Benton, Jr. Robert D. Ross W. R. Benton, Jr___ _______ Vice Pres. H. E. Dedman Jesse G. Shaddock J. H. Everett J. W. Hearnsberger _________ Cashier W. D. Stell Mrs. M. S. S m ith _______ Asst. Cashier E. C. Gates L. Weems Trussed Mrs. K. J. Graves_______ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 828,616.34 Demand deposits _ ____ $2,336,387.77 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,356,622.25 Time & savings deposits __ 1,767.082.88 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 12,081.96 securities ________ 895,612.80 Public funds ____________ 197,989.28 Securities of federal Other deposits _______ __ . 3,997.71 agencies __________ 164,400.00 Total deposits ___________ 4,317,539.60 Other securities Other liabilities _________ 37,396.56 (including sto c k )______ 7,500.00 Total liabilities__________ 4,354,936.16 Federal funds sold ______ 350,000.00 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 Loans and discounts ____ 1,268,013.82 Surplus 150.000.00 Bank premises, Undivided profits________ 279,831.40 furniture & fixtures____ 12,000.00 Reserves ____________ 9,997.65 12,000.00 Total capital accounts____ 539,829.05 Other real estate_________ Total ________________$4,894,765.21  Total ________________ $4,894,765.21  PLANTERS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, FORREST CITY Population 12,032 St. Francis County Chartered April 15, 1921 Transit Number 81-143 Telephone Number ME 3-2833 Officers Directors H. H. C ooper______________ President E. B. Belshe L. F. Haven, Jr. J. B. Fletcher________ Exec. Vice Pres. R. C. Berry Roy Leonard B. R. Sulcer_____ __ ___ Vice Pres. H. H. Cooper C. C. Moore C. C. M oore_____Vice Pres. & Cashier J. B. Fletcher B. R. Sulcer Robert D o y le ___________ Asst. Cashier C. N. Haven R. R. Wilkerson Dianna A rw ood__________ Asst. Cashier Henry T. Haven James F. Wolfe Herbert C layton_________ Asst. Cashier Dione K. Henderson ____Asst. Cashier Elizabeth B. M oore_______ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 1,452,020.02 Demand deposits ______ $ 4,772,109.29 U.S. Gov’t obligations __ 582,499.00 Time & savings deposits ~ 3,419,636.39 U.S. Gov’t deposits_____ 156,542.23 Municipal bonds & __________ 2,614,847.37 Public funds ___________ 1,262,914.64 securities Securities of federal Other deposits _________ 62,395.82 agencies_____________ 100,000.00 Total deposits__________ 9,673,598.37 Other securities Total liabilities_________ 9,673,598.37 (including stock) _____ 751.00 Capital stock __________ 300,000.00 Loans and discounts ____ 5,578,473.04 Surplus ___ .__ 450,000.00 Bank premises, Undivided profits_______ 92,453.07 153,702.69 Total capital accounts___ furniture & fixtures ___ 842,453.07 Other assets ___________ 33,758.32 Total _______________ $10,516,051.44  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________$10,516,051.44  Fifty-Second Report  53  THE BANK OF FRANKLIN, FRANKLIN Population 75 Izard County Chartered June 13, 1905 Transit Number 81-338 Telephone Number 322-7201 Officers Directors J. E. Godwin _____________ President Tressie Combs William R. Pratt William R. Pratt ............. .... Vice Pres. J. E. Godwin W. G. Wiley Tommie Billingsley _________ Cashier Richard L. Pratt Brenda Barnes__________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 208,323.42 Demand deposits________$ 456,387.35 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 152,194.88 Time & savings deposits __ 130,508.55 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 5,256.67 securities _____________ 1.00 Public fu n d s____________ 55,123.36 Loans and discounts_____ 358,445.03 Total deposits___________ 647,275.93 Bank premises, Total liabilities____ ______ 647,275.93 furniture & fixtures____ 1.00 Capital stock ___________ 25,000.00 Other assets ____________ 928.00 Surplus ___ 15,000.00 Undivided profits____ __ 32,617.40 Total capital accounts____ 72,617.40 Total  ___ $ 719,893.33  Total ........ ........ ........... ... $ 719,893.33  BANK OF GLEN WOOD, GLEN WOOD Population 1,145 Pike County Chartered December 27, 1912 Transit Number 81-343 Telephone Number 356-3221 Officers Directors R. W. Brakefield___________ President R. W. Brakefield H. H. D u k e______ Vice Pres. & Cashier H. H. Duke Ira C. West ______________ Vice Pres. Homer Ligon Homer Ligon _______ __ ___Vice Pres. Ira C. West Doris Hutchings_________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 800,349.65 Demand deposits ________ $1,565,803.47 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 876,725.00 Time & savings deposits__ 1,338,684.66 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 3,343.09 Municipal bonds & 80,905.00 securities _____________ 71,716.85 Public fu n d s____________ Loans and discounts_____ 1,505,529.63 Other deposits __________ 7,128.70 Bank premises, Total deposits __________ 2,995,864.92 furniture & fixtures____ 2.00 Total liabilities__________ 2,995,864.92 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Other assets ____________ 1.00 Surplus ------------------------100,000.00 Undivided profits________ 104,445.93 Reserves _______________ 4,014.28 Total capital accounts____ 258,460.21 Total ________________ $3,254,325.13  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $3,254,325.13  54  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  FIRST STATE BANK, GOULD Population 1,210 Lincoln County Chartered January 6, 1964 Transit Number 81-106 Telephone Number CO 3-4325 Officers Directors Howard Holthoff — ------------- President Boscoe Blagg Howard Holthoff Jesse Rich --------- Vice Pres. & Cashier W. J. Boren Carl Knight Patsy S. Johnson------------ Asst. Cashier W. H. Carder B. B. McCool Don Eifling Harry Norris T. M. Fish Jesse Rich T. H. Free, Jr. H. R. Wood, Jr. STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 248,071.69 Demand deposits ___ ____$ 806,823.59 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 137,429.99 Time & savings deposits__ 799,131.49 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 10,226.90 securities __________ 41,566.06 Public fu n d s____________ 320,927.03 Securities of federal Other deposits __________ 82,930.89 agencies . ____________ 100,000.00 Total deposits ____ _______ 2,020,039.90 Loans and discounts_____ 1,702,054.03 Other liabilities _________ 28,105.13 Bank premises, Total liabilities _________ 2,048,145.03 furniture & fixtures____ 109,082.22 Capital stock ______ 100,000.00 Other assets ____________ 253.07 Surplus . ______ 100,000.00 Undivided profits________ 85,862.03 Reserves _______________ 4,450.00 Total capital accounts____ 290,312.03 Total ________________ $2,338,457.06  Total ________________ $2,338,457.06  BANK OF GRAVETT, GRAVETTE Population 990 Benton County Chartered February 28, 1898 Transit Number 81-269 Telephone Number ST 7-3401 Officers Directors J. T. Edmondson, J r.----------- President Stokes Ballard John R. Meade ----------------- Vice Pres. Phillip Chastain J. T. Edmondson, Jr. Stokes Ballard____Vice Pres. & Cashier C. E. M cAllister___________ Vice Pres. Allen McAllister Marshall C oker_________ Asst. Cashier C. E. McAllister Eva Ballard____________ Asst. Cashier John R. Meade STATEMENT OF Assets Cash and due from banks . $ 912,185.23 U.S. Gov’t obligations_____ 673,271.80 Municipal bonds & securities __ 490,865.46 Loans and discounts _____ 2,666,867.31 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 30,709.94 Other real estate____ 1.00 Other assets ____________ 1.00 Total ________________ $4,773,901.74  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Demand deposits ------------ $2,399,640.62 Time & savings deposits _ 1,816,702.50 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 23,408.90 Public fu n d s____________ 95,372.46 Total deposits___________ 4,335,124.56 Total liabilities__________ 4,335,124.56 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Surplus ________________ 100,000.00 Undivided profits________ 288,777.18 Total capital accounts____ 438,777.18 Total ________________ $4,773,901.74  Fifty-Second Report  55  FARMERS BANK, GREENWOOD Population 1,558 Sebastian County Chartered August 7, 1907 Transit Number 81-226 Telephone Number 996-3231 Officers Directors Means Wilkinson___________ President Charles O. Bell Means Wilkinson W. H. Lewis - ................. Vice Pres. W. H. Lewis W. H. Wolverton W. H. Wolverton ......Vice Pres. & Cash. Betty Wilkinson Mattie W ard____________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 647,022.82 Demand deposits ________ $1,418,389.08 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 723,037.69 Time & savingsdeposits___ 1,636,619.17 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 24,000.00 securities ___ 879,137.84 Public fu n d s_____________ 371,221.68 Securities of federal Other deposits ___________ 26,674.00 agencies . _______ 9,973.00 Total deposits ___________ 3,476,903.93 Loans and discounts _____ 1,409,693.96 Total liabilities__________ 3,476,903.93 100,000.00 Bank premises, Capital stock ___________ furniture & fixtures____ 104,699.00 Surplus _________________ 120,000.00 Undivided profits________ 72,952.95 Reserves _____________ 3,707.43 Total capital accounts____ 296,660.38 Total _______ ________ $3,773,564.31  Total ___ _____ _______ $3,773,564.31  THE FIRST BANK, GRIFFITHVILLE Population 172 White County Chartered November 6, 1905 Transit Number 81-347 Telephone Number 323-4511 Officers Directors Jas. A. Neaville, J r .______ __President Jas. A. Neaville, Jr. Lucille A. Neaville Jno. B. N eaville____Vice Pres. & Cash. Jno. B. Neaville Geo. F. Key Geo. F. K e y ____________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 82,687.73 Demand deposits_______ $ 448,551.41 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 180,000.00 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 500.00 276,543.90 Public fu n d s_____________ 30,186.75 Loans and discounts ------Bank premises, Total deposits ___________ 479,238.16 furniture & fixtures___ 601.00 Total liabilities__________ 479,238.16 Capital stock ___________ 25,000.00 Surplus ________________ 5,000.00 Undivided profits________ 28,594.47 Reserves ______________ 2,000.00 Total capital accounts____ 60,594.47 Total ________________ $ 539,832.63  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $ 539,832.63  56  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CLARK COUNTY BANK, GURDON Population 2,166 Clark County Chartered August 4, 1900 Transit Number 81-349 Telephone Number FL 3-4414 Officers Directors J. E. McMillan P. M. Rudolph_____________ President Earl Clark E. H. F rizzell_____________ Vice Pres. Richard E. Davidson F. H. Rudolph Richard E. Davidson___________Cashier E. H. Frizzell P. M. Rudolph Mrs. Lewelyn Edwards_Asst. Cashier Dick Jackson STATEMENT OF Assets Cash and due from banks $ 483,018.99 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 751,203.67 Municipal bonds & securities _____________ 509,917.11 Securities of federal 75,000.00 agencies_________ Loans and discounts _____ 613,862.16 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 1,090.00 Other assets ____________ 2.00  Total ____  ____ $2,434,093.93  JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Demand deposits ________$ 950,232.47 Time & savings deposits __ 1,037,667.15 U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 1,154.99 167,295.55 Public fu n d s____________ Other deposits __________ 7,884.31 Total deposits __________ 2,164,234.47 Total liabilities__________ 2,164,234.47 50.000.00 Capital stock _______ Surplus ________________ 107,500.00 Undivided profits________ 110,284.47 Reserves ______________ 2,074.99 Total capital accounts____ 269,859.46 Total _____________ ___ $2,434,093.93  FARMERS BANK, HAMBURG Population 2,904 Ashley County Chartered March 10, 1941 Transit Number 81-181 Telephone Number ID 3-5222 Officers Directors S. A. Wilcoxon, Sr. ________ President Louie G. Foote Carl W. Locke W. E. Foote Earl J. Scott Vaughn W. W alker________ Vice Pres. W. E. Foote, Jr. Vaughn W. Walkei Louie G. Foote _____________ Cashier Leroy Higginbotham S. A. Wilcoxon, Sr. Mrs. James J. Fischer____Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Demand deposits ________ $1,658,469.79 Cash and due from banks $ 597,307.08 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 229,080.92 Time & savings deposits__ 1,617,777.22 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 3,404.52 Municipal bonds & 261,405.01 securities ____ 877,547.97 Public funds ___________ Loans and discounts _____ 2,154,067.72 Total deposits __________ 3,541,056.54 Total liabilities__________ 3,541,056.54 Bank premises, 100,000.00 furniture & fixtures ____ 48,905.06 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 Other assets ____________ 896.65 Surplus ________________ Undivided profits________ 146,453.46 Reserves ____________ 20,295.40 Total capital accounts____ 366,648.86 Total ____ ___________ $3,907,805.40  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________ _______ $3,907,805.40  Fifty-Second Report  57  CALHOUN COUNTY BANK, HAMPTON Population 1,011 Calhoun County Chartered October 26, 1906 Transit Number 81-353 Telephone Number SW 8-2330 Officers Directors Searcy Harrell______________ President Hubert J. Brown E. C. Johnston Len Harrell ______________ Vice Pres. Fay Harrell I. C. Strickland Mary H. Johnston ___________ Cashier Len Harrell A. G. Tomlinson Hazel B. Smith ________ Asst. Cashier Searcy Harrell STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets Demand deposits ________ $1,227,596.61 Cash and due from banks..$ 393,692.91 Time & savings deposits 900,968.83 U.S. Gov’t obligations________________ 662,546.50 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 10,660.73 Municipal bonds & 353,529.83 securities ____________ 607,543.02 Public fu n d s____________ Other deposits __________ 2,066.59 Securities of federal Total deposits ___________ 2,494,822.59 agencies_________ 150,000.00 Loans and discounts _____ 1,008,237.34 Total liabilities__________ 2,494,822.59 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Bank premises, Surplus _____ 150,000.00 furniture & fixtures________________ 6,161.00 Undivided profits________ 133,358.18 Total capital accounts____ 333,358.18 Total ________________$2,828,180.77  Total ________________ $2,828,180.77  THE BANK OF HARRISBURG, HARRISBURG Population 1,907 Poinsett County Chartered December 2, 1930 Transit Number 81-693 Telephone Number PL 7-5427 Officers Directors Mrs. A. M. Butler R. W. Butler ______________ President R. W. Butler C. B. Wood, Sr____________ Vice Pres. J. P. Hubbard H. S. Sm ith________________ Cashier C. B. Wood, Sr. James W illiam s_________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$ 578,402.25 Demand deposits________ $2,083,697.44 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 796,242.07 Time & savingsdeposits___ 2,134,568.37 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits---------39,355.90 securities _____________ 522,118.63 Public fu n d s------------------193,397.01 28,173.05 Other securities Deposits of banks ----------(including stock) ______ 1,000.00 Other deposits -------------4,617.08 Loans and discounts _____ 2,964,331.14 Total deposits------------------ 4,483,808.85 Bank premises, Other liabilities --------------1,048.00 furniture & fixtures____ 30,437.76 Total liabilities---------------- 4,484,856.85 Other real estate-----6,834.31 Capital stock ------------------ 100,000.00 Surplus ________________ 150,000.00 Undivided profits________ 138,684.30 Reserves _______________ 25,825.01 Total capital accounts____ 414,509.31 Total ________________ $4,899,366.16  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $4,899,366.16  58  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THE SECURITY BANK, HARRISON Population 7,015 Boone County Chartered November 20, 1931 Transit Number 81-704 Telephone Number 365-8201 Officers Directors Roy L. Baker, Jr........... . ....... President Roy L. Baker, Sr., Chairman Roy L. Baker, Jr. E. R. Tims _________ Exec. Vice Pres. Bill O. W atts_____________ Vice Pres. C. W. Bonsteel Jim Tilley ___________ Vice Pres. Wm. W. Christeson, M.D. Wallace E. N ickles........Asst. Vice Pres. L. E. Durand Garvin Fitton Phil Travis ________ Cashier & Auditor David Heuer Betty K raus_____________ Asst. Cashier Marvis Paul .. ___________ Asst. Cashier W. O. Newton E. R. Tims Edwin R. Turney________ Asst. Cashier Gene Waters - ________ Asst. Cashier Jimmie Yarbrough______ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 2,514,895.66 Demand deposits ............$ 6,773,185.91 U.S. Gov’t obligations___ 2,571,397.62 Time & savings deposits .. 7,186,737.71 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits_____ 128,627.00 securities __________ 2,406,153.62 Public funds __________ 906,989.06 Other securities Deposits of banks ______ 1,469,665.71 (including stock) _____ 32,376.00 Total deposits__________ 16,465,205.45 Loans and discounts ____ 9,633,183.55 Other liabilities ________ 310,818.15 Bank premises, Total liabilities_________ 16,776,023.60 furniture & fixtures___ 379,380.00 Capital stock __________ 250,000.00 Other real estate________ 2,001.00 Surplus ____ 500,000.00 Other assets ___________ 385,064.89 Undivided profits_______ 306,599.93 Reserves ______________ 91,828.81 Total capital accounts___ 1,148,428.74 Total _______________ $17,924,452.34  Total ________________$17,924,452.34  PRAIRIE COUNTY BANK, HAZEN Population 1,456 Prairie County Chartered July 17, 1945 Transit Number 81-750 Telephone Number 2511 Officers Directors J. J. Screeton_______________ President Eagle Boyd, Jr. Eagle Boyd, Jr___ ________ Vice Pres. J. W. Crigger James E. Sparks--------- Exec. Vice Pres. M. V. Rhodes Helen T u ll___________Asst. Vice Pres. J. J. Screeton Grace O. Stallings_____________ Cashier J. E. Sparks Melba S tin e____________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 378,184.58 Demand deposits ________ $1,373,721.67 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 701,024.89 Time & savings deposits __ 1,212,041.95 U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 11,840.61 Municipal bonds & securities _____________ 338,855.54 Public fu n d s____________ 304,029.45 Securities of federal Other deposits __________ 3,088.30 agencies__________ 499,875.00 Total deposits___________ 2,904,721.98 Loans and discounts_ 1,250,456.12 Other liabilities -------------3,583.37 Bank premises, Total liabilities__________ 2,908,305.35 furniture & fixtures------------------------ 23,403.37 Capital stock ___________ 75,000.00 Other assets ____________ 5,436.08 Surplus ------------------------100,000.00 Undivided profits-----------113,930.23 Total capital accounts____ 288,930.23 Total ________________ $3,197,235.58  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $3,197,235.58  Fifty-Second Report  59  THE CLEBURNE COUNTY BANK, HEBER SPRINGS Population 2,265 Cleburne County Chartered December 16, 1930 Transit Number 81-175 Telephone Number 2-2456 Officers Directors L. E. Robbins Walter Aldridge Jerome Johnson____________ President Joe N. Robbins E. A. Jenkerson Walter Aldridge___________ Vice Pres. W. E. Robbins Jerome Johnson Sam Morton ___________ Asst. Cashier Bruce M. Robbins Awin Hazelwood________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks $ 675,384.83 Demand deposits________ $1,914,343.06 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,921,730.99 Time & savings deposits__ 2,057,791.16 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 6,849.59 Municipal bonds & 185,829.55 securities ____________ 350,557.70 Public fu n d s____________ Other deposits __________ 62,057.70 Other securities Total deposits___________ 4,226,871.06 (including sto ck )__________________ 6,000.00 Loans and discounts _____ 1,600,365.29 Total liabilities__________ 4,226,871.06 Capital stock ___________ 60,000.00 Bank premises, 60,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 30,967.79 Surplus ________________ 238,566.35 1.00 Undivided profits________ Other real estate_________ Other assets ____________ 1,445.73 Reserves _______________ 1,015.92 Total capital accounts____ 359,582.27 Total ________________$4,586,453.33  Total ________________ $4,586,453.33  GUARANTY LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY, HELENA (not engaged in commercial banking) Population 11,500 Phillips County Chartered February 9, 1910 Transit Number 81-64 Telephone Number HI 4-3032 Officers Directors D. Moore Dewey M oore_______________ President S. H. Hurst H. J, McCarty Harry G. Stephens________ Vice Pres. H. G. Stephens Clinton L. M cK elvy_________ Secretary C. E. Mayer Harvey H. White __________ Treasurer STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$ 33,660.07 Demand deposits________ $ 59.292.24 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,500.00 Total deposits___________ 59.292.24 Other liabilities _________ Other securities 7,467.88 (including sto c k )______ 9,500.00 Total liabilities__________ 66,760.12 Loans and discounts_____ 120,300.62 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Bank premises, Surplus ________________ 30,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 1,100.00 Undivided profits________ 24,806.57 Other assets ____________ 5,506.00 Total capital accounts____ 104,806.57 Total ________________ $ 171,566.69  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $ 171,566.69  60  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  VALLEY BANK, HINDSVILLE Population 250 Madison County Chartered November 8, 1907 Transit Number 81-362 Telephone Number ST 9-2411 Officers Directors Adry G askill______________ President Wm. B. Bunch James M. Hargis C. F. Fitch, Jr____________ Vice Pres. C. F. Fitch, Jr. Tom Hargis Lloyd A. Linebarger--------------- Cashier Adry Gaskill Lloyd A. Linebarger STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 170,048.48 Demand deposits _______ $ 292,225.73 U.S. Gov’t obligations....... 220,193.08 Time & savings deposits__ 299,653.52 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 1,065.00 securities ___________ 9,945.00 Public fu n d s_____________ 5,900.00 Loans and discounts _____ 242,882.53 Total deposits___________ 598,844.25 Bank premises, Total liabilities__________ 598,844.25 furniture & fixtures ____ 2,129.66 Capital stock ____________ 10,000.00 Surplus ......... 10,000.00 13,354.50 Undivided profits________ Reserves _______ 13,000.00 46,354.50 Total capital accounts____ Total ________________ $ 645,198.75  Total ________________ $ 645,198.75  BANK OF HOLLY GROVE, HOLLY GROVE Population 672 Monroe County Chartered March 12, 1903 Transit Number 81-275 Telephone Number 462-3331 Officers Directors John B. Moore, Jr. M. P. W a lls_____ . Chairman of Board John S. Calloway M. P. Walls J. I. Matthews___ _________ President B. J. Lambert J. I. Matthews O. M. Washington John B. Moore, Jr. ________ Vice Pres. Renfro R. Webster Jack Phillips ___ Vice Pres. & Cashier R. H. Mayo Elizabeth C. Reid _ _______ Asst. Cashier Martha W. Hunt ________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks _$ 487,874.19 Demand deposits________ $1,153,765.10 U.S. Gov’t obligations------ 240,204.77 Time & savings deposits — 1,125,967.48 1,875.00 U.S. Gov’t deposits______ Municipal bonds & 240,831.25 ___________ 314,999.35 Public fu n d s____________ securities Deposits of banks _______ 30,000.00 Securities of federal 908.38 agencies ____________ 699,843.75 Other deposits __________ Loans and discounts ------- 1,154,564.08 Total deposits___________ 2,553,347.21 Total liabilities__________ 2,553,347.21 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures-----6,001.00 Capital stock ___________ 60,000.00 Surplus ------------------------190,000.00 Undivided profits________ 97,541.53 Reserves _______________ 2,598.40 Total capital accounts____ 350,139.93 Total ________________ $2,903,487.14  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total _________________$2,903,487.14  Fifty-Second Report  61  HORATIO STATE BANK, HORATIO Population 722 Sevier County Chartered May 15, 1905 Telephone Number VE 2-2501 Transit Number 81-342 Officers Directors . E. Hendrix_______________ President J. E. Baugh C. E. Hendrix, Jr. Lilia S. H endrix____________ Vice Pres. Dr. Rodger C. Dickinson F. R. Ethridge Flynn Justus C. E. Hendrix, Jr___ _______ Vice Pres. Flynn Justus_______________ Vice Pres. C. E. Hendrix Fred Sharp Edith Hendrix Smith___________ Cashier Edith Hendrix Smith STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$ 611,951.30 Demand deposits ________ $2,371,010.67 U.S. Gov’t obligations------ 1,144,787.37 Time & savings deposits__ 1,495,793.99 U.S. Gov’t deposits--------------------------- 8,276.25 Municipal bonds & securities __________ 741,295.64 Public fu n d s____________ 478,230.95 Total deposits ___________ 4,353,311.86 Securities of federal agencies . .. ____________ 274,902.34 Other liabilities _________ 137.28 Loans and discounts _____ 1,823,890.10 Total liabilities _________ 4,353,449.14 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 65,192.84 Surplus ________________ 175,000.00 Undivided profits________ 83,570.45 Total capital accounts____ 398,570.45 Total ________________ $4,662,019.59  Total ________________ $4,662,019.59  ARKANSAS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, HOT SPRINGS Population 37,274 Garland County Chartered April 18, 1907 Telephone Number NA 4-4611 Transit Number 81-51 Officers Directors Cecil W. C upp____Chairman of Board J. W. Chestnutt Cecil W. Cupp and Chief Exec. Officer Cecil W. Cupp, J r .__________ President Cecil W. Cupp, Jr. Norton M eek ________ Exec. Vice Pres. Albert M. Guice Robert E. Jones__ Vice Pres. & Cashier Clarence J. Homer Walter P. Kleinman Ray L. C ash____Vice Pres. & Treasurer Mort S. C o x ______________ Vice Pres. Norton Meek Floyd L. Thompson _____Vice Pres. Edmond M. Thrash . Asst. Vice Pres. H. G. Gasbarre___ Edmond M. Thrash Asst. Vice Pres. Hill A Wheatley J. L. Jones _______ Warren W. Wilson F. L. Baldwin_____ __ Asst. Cashier J. O. Brow n______ __ Asst. Cashier __ Asst. Cashier Eldon Sprague Marie Schnebelen________ Asst. Cashier Loyd Em erson__________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities . _ $ 14,245,558.58 Cash and due from banks $ 5,087,858.80 Demand deposits U.S. Gov’t obligations__ . 5,417,962.01 Time & savings deposits _ 14,810,834.69 341,371.48 U.S. Gov’t deposits_____ Municipal bonds & securities _______ . 3,827,774.53 Public fu n d s___________ 1,736,799.13 Deposits of bank s______ 37,409.33 Securities of federal 360,584.42 574,375.00 Other deposits_________ agencies .. __________ Total deposits__________ 31,532,557.63 Other securities (including stock) ____ 211,455.88 36,000.00 Other liabilities ________ Federal funds so ld _____ 500,000.00 Total liabilities_________ 31,744,013.51 600,000.00 Loans and discounts----- . 17,996,570.39 Capital stock __________ Bank premises, Surplus _______________ 600,000.00 furniture & fixtures__ 554,642.30 Undivided profits_______ 1,055,417.32 Other a ssets___________ Reserves ______________ 83,412.21 87,660.01 Total capital accounts___ 2,338,829.53 T o t a l_______________ $34,082,843.04  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total _  $34,082,843.04  62  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  FIRST JACKSONVILLE BANK, JACKSONVILLE Population 16,715 Pulaski County Chartered August 2, 1949 Transit Number 81-764 Telephone Number 982-2113 Officers Directors Kenneth Pat Wilson _______ President B. Fred Thompson, Chairman Melda A. R ic e ____ - _____Vice Pres. Harry K. Dougherty Austin L eed s______ Senior Vice Pres, Bartus M. Gray and Cashier Carl A. Williams Sibyl Adams ____Asst. Cashier J. Roland Williams James Gray . ___ Asst. Cashier Kenneth Pat Wilson Joyce Hester ___ Asst. Cashier Dr. T. H. Wortham STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 1,511,745.20 Demand deposits ______ $ U.S. Gov’t obligations---571,564.64 Time & savings deposits Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits _____ securities ___________ 1,448,446.05 Public funds ___________ Loans and discounts ____ 6,753,297.31 Other deposits _________ Bank premises, Total deposits__________ furniture & fixtures ___ 124,775.09 Other liabilities ________ Other assets ___________ 426.00 Total liabilities_________ Capital stock __________ Surplus _______________ Undivided p rofits_______ Total capital accounts___ Total ----------------------- $10,410,254.29  5,658,487.72 2,825,370.47 365,132.54 437,446.69 62,711.04 9,349,148.46 305,960.71 9,655,109.17 300,000.00 300,000.00 155,145.12 755,145.12  Total _______________ $10,410,254.29  NEWTON COUNTY BANK, JASPER Population 360 Newton County Chartered March 24, 1903 Transit Number 81-371 Telephone Number 446-2211 Officers Directors L. W. N an ce________________ President Alta Gorden Alta G orden______________ Vice Pres. Jerry D. Nance Joe C. N a n c e_____________ Vice Pres. Joe C. Nance L. W. N a n ce_________________ Cashier L. W. Nance Joe T. Phillips__________ Asst. Cashier J. W. Waters Alta G orden____________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$ 378,725.75 Demand deposits________ $ 895,779.76 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 406,393.30 Time & savings deposits__ 875,124.55 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 2,836.45 securities _____________ 432,593.52 Public fu n d s____________ 170,691.30 Loans and discounts_____ 878,166.51 Total deposits----------------- 1,944,432.06 Bank premises, Total liabilities__________ 1,944,432.06 furniture & fixtures____ 10,082.66 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Other real estate-------------14,075.00 Surplus ------------------------50,000.00 Undivided profits________ 75,604.68 Total capital accounts____ 175,604.68 Assets  Total ________________ $2,120,036.74  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total  ___ $2,120,036.74  Fifty-Second Report  63  BANK OF NETTLETON, JONESBORO Population 23,944 Craighead County Chartered February 13, 1904 Transit Number 81-406 Telephone Number WE 2-2131 Officers Directors L. D. Walker ______________ President E. E. Hale E. E. Hale _________ Exec. Vice Pres. Maurice C. Kiech Veon C. K iech -------------------Vice Pres. Veon C. Kiech R. E. Thom as______________ Cashier L. D. Walker Lucille C ow ell__________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks - $ 465,625.38 Demand deposits __ $1,333,755.66 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 100,000.00 Time & savings deposits__ 1,668,385.62 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 4,598.31 securities ___ 745,730.62 Other deposits __________ 2,480.00 Loans and discounts_ 2,305,489.44 Public fu n d s____________ 248,330.98 Bank premises, Total deposits___________ 3,257,550.57 furniture & fixtures____ 25,838.51 Total liabilities _________ 3,257,550.57 Capital stock ___________ 150,000.00 150,000.00 Surplus ________________ Undivided profits________ 85,133.38 Total capital accounts____ 385,133.38 Total ________________ $3,642,683.95  Total ________________ $3,642,683.95  C m Z EN S BANK OF JONESBORO, JONESBORO Population 23,944 Craighead County Chartered July 25, 1919 Transit Number 81-613 Telephone Number WE 2-6603 Officers Directors J. W. Crafton Herbert H. McAdams_______ President M. S. Rubenstein_________ Vice Pres. John C. Deacon O’Dell A. Sanders__________ Vice Pres. W. O. Doak C. V. M cKinney__________Vice Pres. Joe N. Martin Donald Timms --------------------Vice Pres.  Herbert H. McAdams  J. Hardy L ittle-------------------Vice Pres. Curtis V. McKinney ____________ Vice Pres. Oscar J. Melton Paul Escue Major W. G riffin___________ Vice Pres. Dr. Carl R. Reng Joseph D. Shinn____________ Vice Pres. W. D. Roberts, Jr. Marlin D. Jackson__________Vice Pres. T. J. Robertson Wilburn Cole ___________ Cashier M. S. Rubenstein O’Dell A. Sanders Mrs. Marguerite C ulver__Asst. Cashier Mrs. Jewell Jordan_______ Asst. Cashier Donald Timms Mrs. Avalee D ickson______Asst. Cashier Mrs. Gladys K insall_____Asst. Cashier Kennith A dam s__________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 4,326,138.94 Demand deposits ______ $ 8,784,399.62 U.S. Gov’t obligations___ 2,356,711.29 Time & savings deposits _ 11,712,700.99 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ____ 288,728.71 securities _________ 4,277,225.26 Public funds ___________ 3,686,421.07 Other securities Deposits of bank s______ 3,734,058.40 (including sto c k )__________________ 11,000.00 Other deposits _________ 115,887.73 Loans and discounts____ 19,077,356.64 Total deposits---------------- 28,322,196.52 Bank premises, Total liabilities-------------- 28,322,196.52 furniture & fixtures___ 445,474.65 Capital stock __________ 700,000.00 Other assets ___________ 425.00 Surplus _______________ 1,000,000.00 Undivided profits_______ 472,135.26 Total capital accounts___ 2,172,135.26 T o ta l_______________ $30,494,331.78  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total _  $30,494,331.78  64  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  MERCANTILE BANK, JONESBORO Population 23,944 Craighead County Chartered January 7, 1932 Transit Number 81-72 Telephone Number WE 5-5521 Officers Directors C. D. Frierson----------------------President Joe C. Barrett Nathan D eutsch______ Exec. Vice Pres. Nathan Deutsch Garland Kirkpatrick_________ Vice Pres. W. M. Freeze, Jr. C. D. Frierson and Cashier C. D. Frierson III Woodrow M. W ilson________ Vice Pres. A. M. Heringer, Jr. George F. Delaney, J r .______ Vice Pres. S. L. Simpson R. W. Higginbotham________ Vice Pres. W. C. Sloan Carey Sm ith________________Vice Pres. J. Paul Smith Roland Hughes ___________ Vice Pres. Naomi C raft_______________ Vice Pres. Earl Gairhan_______________ Vice Pres. and Farm Rep. Charles R ip ley____________ Vice Pres. Alberta D ickson_________________ Asst.Cashier Louise Beasley___________Asst. Cashier Richard J. L yon__________Asst. Cashier Betty Pittman____________Asst. Cashier Norman Leonard_________Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 3,376,828.28 Demand deposits _______ $ 8,269,446.90 U.S. Gov’t obligations___ 2,689,729.06 Time & savings deposits _ 9,663,855.98 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits_____ 268,238.12 securities ____________ 2,251,187.76 Public funds ___________ 1,663,613.93 Other securities Deposits of banks ______ 113,224.15 18,700.00 Other deposits _________ (including stock) _____ 42,448.91 Loans and discounts____ 14,336,782.39 Total deposits__________ 20,020,827.99 Other liabilities ________ 95,678.10 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures___ 96,953.98 Total liabilities_________ 21,366,506.09 Other real estate________ 102,161.28 Capital stock __________ 200,000.00 Other assets ___________ 21,268.78 Capital debentures______ 200,000.00 Surplus _______________ 800,000.00 Undivided p rofits_______ 327,105.44 Total capital accounts___ 1,527,105.44 Total _______________ $22,893,611.53   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total _______________ $22,893,611.53  Fifty-Second Report  65  FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, JUDSONIA Population 1,470 White County Chartered May 29, 1913 Transit Number 81-549 Telephone Number 729-3329 Officers Directors J. Herbert Graves E. O. Y ancey______________ President C. I. Stevens J. Herbert G raves_________ Vice Pres. Elmer D. Yancey C. I. Stevens . ________ - Cashier E. O. Yancey Thelma M. Stevens______Asst. Cashier Joyce Inm an_____________Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 291,651.90 Demand deposits _...............$ 947,333.57 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 419,716.40 Time & savingsdeposits ___ 227,473.08 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ---------17,303.14 __________ 165,197.26 Public funds _________ 121,862.26 securities Loans and discounts _____ 587,622.35 Deposits of banks ________ 17,755.76 Bank premises, Total deposits ---------------- 1,331,727.81 furniture & fixtures ____ 57,336.00 Other liabilities ------------3,500.00 1.00 Total liabilities---------------- 1,335,227.81 Other assets ____________ Capital stock ___________ 35,000.00 Surplus _______________ 90,000.00 59,666.52 Undivided profits________ Reserves _______________ 1,630.58 Total capital accounts____ 186,297.10 Total ________________ $1,521,524.91  Total ________________ $1,521,524.91  UNION STATE BANK, JUNCTION CITY Population 749 Union County Chartered August 28, 1933 Transit Number 81-232 Telephone Number 924-2731 Officers Directors Jamar W. Adcock H. E. Kinard Jamar A dcock_____Chief Exec. Officer T. N. Couch D. I. Simmons Cleo B. Bankston__________ Vice Pres. Houston Hall Sebron M. Sneed Ruthelle C. Lusby____Exec. Vice Pres. Joe M. Thompson ___________ Cashier Mrs. Mattie Maud James N. B. James J. V. Spencer, Jr. STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$ 220,743.86 Demand deposits ________$ 707,595.40 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 359,811.27 Time & savings deposits__ 952,250.72 U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 25,041.28 Municipal bonds & 85,782.87 securities _____________ 1,500.00 Public fu n d s____________ 8,390.60 Loans and discounts ------- 1,368,707.28 Other deposits __________ Total deposits___________ 1,779,060.87 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 77,143.15 Total liabilities__________ 1,779,060.87 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 Surplus ________________ 100,000.00 Undivided profits________ 48,844.69 Total capital accounts____ 248,844.69 Total ________________ $2,207,905.56  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $2,207,905.56  66  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF KENSETT, KENSETT Population 905 White County Chartered February 17, 1922 Transit Number 81-649 Telephone Number 742-3312 Officers Directors John H. Johnston __________ President John H. Johnston John H. Johnston, Jr...............Vice Pres. John H. Johnston, Jr. Roger Q. M ills________ ___ Vice Pres. Roger Q. Mills Mrs. Thelma R o th __________ Cashier Mrs. Patricia S cott______ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks - $ 110,437.47 Demand deposits _______ $ 520,112.20 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 525,581.56 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 1,078.97 Loans and discounts _____ 6,105.17 Public funds ____________ 40,443.00 Bank premises, Total deposits___________ 561,634.17 furniture & fixtures____ 2.00 Total liabilities__________ 561,634.17 Other assets ____________ 1.00 Capital stock ___________ 25,000.00 Surplus ______________ 5,000.00 Undivided profits________ 50,493.03 Total capital accounts____ 80,493.03 Total ________________ $ 642,127.20  Total ________________ $ 642,127.20  BANK OF KINGSTON, KINGSTON Population 200 Madison County Chartered April 7, 1911 Transit Number 81-467 Telephone Number NO 5-2125 Officers Directors Tom Hargis________________ President Mrs. Fred Evon Bunch Wilson Bunch____Vice Pres. & Cashier Wilson Bunch Fred Evon Bunch_______ Asst. Cashier Tom Hargis Mrs. Ada B. McCracken John Tyson STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks _$ 119,516.51 Demand deposits________ $ U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 182,540.50 Time & savings deposits__ U.S. Gov’t deposits______ Municipal bonds & securities __________ 2,000.00 Public fu n d s____________ Other securities Total deposits___________ (including stock) ______ 71,242.39 Total liabilities _________ Loans and discounts_____ 178,272.78 Capital stock ___________ Bank premises, Surplus ________________ furniture & fixtures____ 2.00 Undivided profits________ Other real estate-------------3.00 Reserves _______________ Total capital accounts-----T o t a l________________ $ 553,577.18  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total  236,057.05 263,269.61 365.00 8,700.00 508,391.66 508,391.66 10,000.00 20,000.00 9,185.52 6,000.00 45,185.52  ______ $ 553,577.18  Fifty-Second Report  67  BANK OF LAKE VILLAGE, LAKE VILLAGE Population 3,297 Chicot County Chartered October 14, 1937 Transit Number 81-598 Telephone Number AN 5-2241 Directors Officers Ben Angel Ned Mazzanti Douglas W. Brooks_________ President Hermon Carlton______Exec. Vice Pres. Douglas W. Brooks George Pine Linwood Smith N. W. Bunker Douglas W yn n ____________ Vice Pres. Margaret B. W ynn_________ Vice Pres. Dr. J. H. Burge Douglas C. Wynn Margaret B. Wynn R. Trafton Williams__________ Cashier Hermon Carlton David Gillison, Sr. Joyce Bell ___________Asst. Cashier Dessie Lee G ibbs________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities $2,366,526.47 Demand deposits ...... Cash and due from banks -$1,166,567.31 Time & savings deposits__ 2,280,597.49 U.S. Gov’t obligations________________ 543,912.50 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 11,333.27 Municipal bonds & securities ____________ 1,028,890.10 Public funds _________ 591,047.65 Deposits of banks _______ 9,634.80 Other securities (including stock) ______ 8,250.00 Other deposits __________ 21,207.05 Loans and discounts _____ 3,050,643.96 Total deposits ___________ 5,280,346.73 Other liabilities _________ 27,106.83 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures________________ 28,576.09 Total liabilities__________ 5,307,453.56 Other assets ____________ 3,400.00 Capital stock ___________ 125,000.00 Surplus ........................... 150,000.00 Undivided profits________ 156,079.23 Reserves _______________ 91,707.17 Total capital accounts________________ 522,786.4 Total ________________ $5,830,239.96  Total ________________ $5,830,239.96  FIRST STATE BANK OF LAKE VILLAGE, LAKE VILLAGE Population 3,297 Chicot County Chartered June 12, 1962 Transit Number 81-788 Telephone Number AN 5-5366 Officers Directors Henry Anthony Fred Michael ______________ President Doyne Loyd J. R. Burchfield___________ Vice Pres. Herman Berkemeyer Geno Mazzanti, Jr. Fred Michael ______________ Cashier J. R. Burchfield Fred Michael Ben Floriani, J r .________ Asst. Cashier O. C. Burnside, Jr. Carl Powell W. H. Drew W. M. Shaw D. L. Hall Brooks Tillman J. P. Hampton C. W. Tillman W. H. Hanna STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$ 550,437.74 Demand deposits ________ $1,139,325.44 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 301,353.15 Time & savings deposits__ 1,075,611.84 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 9,438.64 Municipal bonds & securities _____________ 312,594.90 Public fu n d s____________ 411,498.29 Loans and discounts_____ 1,748,349.93 Other deposits__________ 50,775.39 Bank premises, Total deposits___________ 2,686,649.60 furniture & fixtures____ 61,961.05 Total liabilities__________ 2,686,649.60 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 Surplus ____ 150,000.00 Undivided profits________ 38,047.17 Total capital accounts____ 288,047.17 Total ________________ $2,974,696.77  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total _  $2,974,696.77  68  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CITIZENS BANK OF LAVACA, LAVACA Population 1,585 Sebastian County Chartered May 5, 1910 Transit Number 81-278 Telephone Number 674-2316 Officers Directors James M. Llewellyn, Jr........ — President W. J. Echols, Chairman of Board Nelle B. Llewellyn_________ Vice Pres. Nelle B. Llewellyn James M. Llewellyn, Jr. B. E. Andrews----------------------- Cashier Ronald C asey__________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 152,520.75 Demand deposits _______ $ 645,705.68 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 421,809.08 Time & savings deposits__ 209,083.72 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 1,491.99 securities ____________ 37,746.37 Public funds _____________ 128,867.29 985,148.68 Loans and discounts _____ 469,339.22 Total deposits ___________ Bank premises, Total liabilities__________ 985,148.68 furniture & fixtures____ 9,400.00 Capital stock ____________ 30,000.00 Surplus ____ 30,000.00 Undivided profits________ 45,666.74 Total capital accounts____ 105,666.74 Total ...  ____ $1,090,815.42  Total ________________ $1,090,815.42  LEACHVILLE STATE BANK, LEACHVILLE Population 1,507 Mississippi County Chartered December 18, 1950 Transit Number 81-769 Telephone Number 539-6355 Officers Directors J. Lee Bearden_____________ President J. Lee Bearden Nelson P. Henry J. L. Swihart_____________ Vice Pres. Edna L. Kennett___ __________Cashier T. N. Rodman, M.D. Eileen Shannon_________ Asst. Cashier J. L. Swihart STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$ 343,251.90 Demand deposits ________ $ 815,803.99 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 105,000.00 Time & savings deposits__ 537,516.34 Securities of federal U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 18,478.70 agencies______________ 799,703.13 Public fu n d s____________ 299,057.35 Other securities Other deposits ---------------3,582.87 (including stock) ______ 40,000.00 Total deposits___________ 1,674,439.25 Loans and discounts _____ 612,557.51 Total liabilities__________ 1,674,439.25 Bank premises, Capital stock -----------------50,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 24,711.99 Surplus _________________ 150,000.00 Other real estate ________ 2.00 Undivided profits------------51,076.80 Other assets ____________ 289.52 Total capital accounts-----251,076.80 Total ________________ $1,925,516.05  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $1,925,516.05  Fifty-Second Report  69  LITTLE RIVER BANK, LEPANTO Population 1,585 Poinsett County Chartered November 21, 1919 Transit Number 81-622 Telephone Number 475-2306 Officers Directors D. F. Portis _______________ President A. T. Bell D. F. Portis Grady Watkins ___________ Vice Pres. E. P. Burton J. C. Portis J. C. Portis_______________ Vice Pres. W. H. Cross Grady Watkins A. T. Bell _____ _________ Vice Pres. Wayne Eason T. G. Thompson, Jr........ ...... Cashier Will J. Riddick__________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 413,420.40 Demand deposits ________ $1,502,146.36 U. S. Gov’t obligations_______ 797,581.47 Time & savings deposits__ 1,386,615.48 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov't deposits__________________ 20,651.9 securities ______ 369,145.37 Public fu n d s____________ 439,278.34 Other deposits __________ 1,209.99 Securities of federal agencies _____________ 399,875.00 Total deposits___________ 3,349,902.16 Total liab ilities_________ 3,349,902.16 Other securities 100,000.00 250.00 Capital stock ----------------(including stock) ______ Loans and discounts _____ 1,991,470.75 Surplus ------------------------- 400,000.00 Undivided profits________ 124,691.83 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures ____ 2,851.00 Total capital accounts____ 624,691.83 Total _________________$3,974,593.99  Total ________________ $3,974,593.99  LESLIE STATE BANK, LESLIE Population 506 Searcy County Chartered April 17, 1948 Transit Number 81-761 Telephone Number 447-2251 Officers Directors Rex Killebrew______________ President J. Virgil Blair Arthur J. Siegel Arthur J. Siegel___Vice Pres. & Cashier Dr. Charles W. Cotton Page H. Thomas Mrs. Helen McBride_____Asst. Cashier Rex Killebrew STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 336,582.56 Demand deposits ________ $ 704,763.72 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 575,498.86 Time & savings deposits__ 938,134.93 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 3,163.82 66,978.36 Public fu n d s_____________ 39,286.53 securities ____________ Loans and discounts _____ 827,671.74 Other deposits ___________ 3,902.29 Bank premises, Total deposits___________ 1,689,251.29 furniture & fixtures____ 12,787.75 Other liabilities __________ 8,549.03 Other assets ____________ 1,610.93 Total liabilities___________ 1,697,800.32 Cafpal stock ___________ 25,000.00 Surplus ________________ 75,000.00 Undivided profits________ 23,329.88 Total capital accounts____ 123,329.88 Total ________________ $1,821,130.20  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $1,821,130.20  70  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  PEOPLES BANK AND LOAN COMPANY, LEWISVILLE Population 1,373 Lafayette County Chartered August 25, 1911 Transit Number 81-475 Telephone Number 921-4244 Officers Directors j . v.. Landes ---------------------- President P. D. Burton, Jr. Aileen S. Landes P. D. Burton, Jr___________ Vice Pres. Alvis Fuller J. C. Landes J. C. Landes -------------------------- Cashier J. A. Harrel Henry Moore, III Wilma Willbanks________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 802,996.12 Demand deposits ________ $1,295,893.74 U.S. Gov’t obligations_____ 805,810.25 Time & savings deposits .... 2,651,872.36 Municipal bonds & Public funds . . . ________ 268,361.16 securities ____________ 611,557.28 U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 17,500.47 Other securities Other deposits __________ 12,290.29 (including stock) ______ 7,050.00 Total deposits----------------- 4,245,918.02 Loans and discounts _____ 2,301,558.61 Total liabilities__________ 4,245,918.02 Bank premises, Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 furniture & fixtures ____ 73,245.00 Surplus ________________ 135,000.00 2,394.52 Undivided profits________ Other assets ____________ 123,693.76 Total capital accounts____ 358,693.76 Total ________________ $4,604,611.78  Total ________________ $4,604,611.78  BANK OF LINCOLN, LINCOLN Population 820 Washington County Chartered March 19, 1903 Transit Number 81-384 Telephone Number 824-3232 Officers Directors B. J. Basden_______________ President B. J. Basden S. H. Pitts Forrest Rodgers C. C. Karnes _______________ Cashier C. C. Karnes Kenneth D. C o x _________ Asst. Cashier H. A. Lewis W. T. Shannon R. H. Pitts  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 565,174.67 Demand deposits________ $1,557,791.86 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 629,214.00 Time & savings deposits__ 1,463,061.23 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 11,910.92 securities _____________ 166,423.87 Public fu n d s____________ 43,800.00 Other deposits __________ 4,735.45 Securities of federal agencies______________ 15,000.00 Total deposits___________ 3,081,299.46 Other securities Total liabilities__________ 3,081,299.46 (including stock) ______ 1,500.00 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Loans and discounts _____ 1,934,873.17 Surplus ________________ 100,000.00 103,886.25 Bank premises, Undivided profits________ furniture & fixtures____ 23,000.00 Total capital accounts------ 253,886.25 Assets  Total -  ______$3,335,185.71   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $3,335,185.71  Fifty-Second Report  71  METROPOLITAN TRUST COMPANY, LITTLE ROCK (not engaged in commercial banking) Population 128,929 Pulaski County Chartered June 5, 1925 Telephone Number FR 4-1744 Officers Directors Somers Matthews __________ President Alice E. Matthews Lila B. Matthews Justin Matthews, I I I _______ Vice Pres. Justin Matthews, Jr. Somers Matthews Justin Matthews, Jr___ ______ Secretary Justin Matthews, III Eva M. H a le __________ Asst. Secretary STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$ 106,515.90 Other liabilities -----------Total liabilities Municipal bonds & 79,785.31 Capital stock _______ securities _______ 52,947.71 Surplus Loans and discounts _ Undivided profits____ Bank premises, 10,310.03 Total capital accounts furniture & fixtures 117,791.90 Other real estate____ 213,727.21 Other assets ________ Total ____________  .$ 581,078.06  Total  6.943.25 6.943.25 176,700.00 20,000.00  377.434.81 574.134.81  __$ 581,078.06  PULASKI HEIGHTS BANK, LITTLE ROCK Population 128,929 Pulaski County Chartered August 29, 1955 Transit Number 81-779 Telephone Number MO 4-4411 Officers Directors Robert S. Taylor--------------------President Troy D. Churchman James T. McKinnon A. B. Corder Fred J. Parrott Robert V. T aylor__________ Vice Pres. Leon P. Fields Robert S. Taylor J. Darol Bell _____________ Vice Pres. Eugene R. Warren Joyce A. Erem an_____________ Cashier James F. Hewitt Harry Lasker Marilyn S. Pearce_______ Asst. Cashier STATFM W7 JL JL JUJk JLmfJ.* J FNT L « <A OF A JUNE 30, 1966  Assets Cash and due from banks ..$ 864,738.94 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,203,788.98 Municipal bonds & securities ________ 1,072,413.09 Securities of federal agencies______________ 900,000.00 Other securities (including stock) --------1.00 Loans and discounts_____ 3,856,855.98 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 246,177.64 Other a ssets____________ 9,592.34 Total ________________ $8,153,567.97  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities Demand deposits________ Time & savings deposits__ U.S. Gov’t deposits______ Public funds ____________ Other deposits__________ Total deposits___________ Total liabilities__________ Capital s to c k ___________ Surplus ________________ Undivided profits-----------Reserves ----------------------Total capital accounts____  3,116,864.48 3,841,125.27 98,124.66 424,944.93 45,362.21 7,526,421.55 7,526,421.55 275,000.00 225,000.00 101,580.35 25,566.07 627,146.42  Total ________________ $8,153,567.97  72  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  WORTHEN BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, LITTLE ROCK Population 128,929 Pulaski County Chartered August 4, 1902 Transit Number 81-7 Telephone Number FR 4-4392 Officers Officers (Contd.) James H. Penick_ Chairman of Board Fred M. Brown .... _____Asst. Cashier Dabbs Sullivan __ Vice Chrm. of Board Guy M osley------Asst. Cash. & Manager Edward P enick______ __ ____ President James D. R o ss__________________ Asst.Cashier Booker Worthen_____Vice Pres. & Sec. Erwin Johnston........... .......Asst. Cashier Richard F. G ates___________ Vice Pres. Charles H. C aldwell_____Asst. Cashier Edward O. M anees_________ Vice Pres. James H. Parker------------- Asst. Cashier Alvin J. Reap, J r .___________ Vice Pres. John K. Strange _________Asst. Cashier Charles L. Tarleton_________Vice Pres. Harry C row e____________ Asst. Cashier Harold E. Henson, J r ._______ Vice Pres. R. D. H urst--------------------Asst. Cashier R. J. Wills ______________ Vice Pres. Melva L ittle-------------Asst. Cashier Aubrey Williams --------------- Vice Pres. H. H. Priest ___________Asst. Cashier and Trust Officer Louis Schaufele -------------------- Auditor James Penick, J r .___________ Vice Pres. Neil Reed _________________ Auditor R. B. E lw ood--------------------- Vice Pres. Jack C. Thom as____Asst. Trust Officer Emmett L. D a rr_Vice Pres. & Cashier Directors Melvin Lawson _________ Vice Pres. William L. B lair------------------------ TrustOfficer William C. Allsopp Clarence D. Cowdery------- Trust Officer Gus Blass, II Charles Shelton--------------------------TrustOfficer W. N. Brandon, Jr. Melvin D iffe e _________ Asst. Vice Pres. Houston J. Burford M. J. Hall __________Asst. Vice Pres. Ted Cameron Simpson Wilbourn____Asst. Vice Pres. Jack East, Jr. John E. L o c k _________ Asst. Vice Pres. Worth James R. G. Brave __________ Asst. Vice Pres. Ed D. Ligon, Jr. Frank Lyon Charles E. W ade_______Asst. Vice Pres. Louis E a st____________ Asst. Vice Pres. Frank J. MacRae James H. R yals------------ Asst. Vice Pres. Guy Maris M. S. Heim __________ Asst. Vice Pres. Charles T. Meyer, Jr. Frank J. M oser________ Asst. Vice Pres. Dan M. Muiphy James W. W allace______ Asst. Cashier Gus Ottenheimer Frank T. M cGehee_______Asst. Cashier Edward M. Penick Eileen Sego -------Asst. Cashier James H. Penick Sammy L. M cNair_______________ Asst.Cashier James Penick, Jr. Robert C. Wilcox, Jr._____ Asst. Cashier John A. Riggs, Jr. Leo Tollett ____________ Asst. Cashier Robert Roach Betty Stewart___________________ Asst.Cashier Frank M. Silverman Ted R. D a v is___________________ Asst.Cashier Dabbs Sullivan Marion L. Myrick_______________ Asst.Cashier T. Charles Treadway, Jr. Frank D escoteau-------------------------Asst.Cashier J. Gaston Williamson R. D. Parks____________________ Asst.Cashier Booker Worthen Cont. next column Edward L. Wright STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash & due from banks $ 36,977,767.55 Demand deposits ______$ 49,907,268.57 U.S. Gov’t obligations — 13,331,172.68 Time & savings deposits - 44,504,292.14 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits____ 2,196,070.14 9,450,464.46 Public fu n d s___________ 18,498,683.25 securities ___________ Securities of federal Deposits of banks______ 15,525,341.70 agencies------------------1,378,721.25 Other deposits _________ 527,168.37 Other securities Total deposits__________ 131,158,824.17 (including stock) ____ 262,004.00 Other liabilities ________ 2,620,917.67 Loans and discounts ___ 79,750,189.08 Total liabilities_________ 133,779,741.84 Bank premises, Capital stock __________ 4,000,000.00 furniture & fixtures — 1,611,967.78 Surplus _______________ 4,400,000.00 Other assets __________ 530,650.31 Undivided profits_______ 1,113,195.27 Total capital accounts__ 9,513,195.27 Total ______________ $143,292,937.11  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total _  $143,292,937.11  Fifty-Second Report  73  BANK OF LOCKESBURG, LOCKESBURG Population 511 Sevier County Chartered October 14, 1902 Transit Number 81-385 Telephone Number AV 9-2541 Officers Directors R. C. Norwood------------------- President Mary F. Hampson R. C. Norwood Hugh Latimer_____________ Vice Pres. Hugh Latimer Mrs. R. C. Norwood Mrs. R. C. Norwood__________ Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 425,846.93 Demand deposits _______ $ 850,647.00 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 401,008.55 Time & savings deposits__ 470,167.67 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 2,255.53 securities ____________ 304,906.61 Public funds ____ 37,643.13 Loans and discounts ....... 366,229.76 Other deposits __________ 4,192.00 Bank premises, Total deposits___________ 1,364,905.33 furniture & fixtures _ 2.00 Total liabilities__________ 1,364,905.33 Capital stock ___________ 25,000.00 Surplus ................... 37,000.00 Undivided profits________ 71,088.52 Total capital accounts____ 133,088.52 Total ________________ $1,497,993.85  Total ________________ $1,497,993.85  FIRST STATE BANK, LONOKE Population 2,856 Lonoke County Chartered March 19, 1935 Transit Number 81-200 Telephone Number OR 6-2021 Officers Directors J. O. Bennett... .................. President J. O. Bennett W. H. Bransford, Sr. ........ ....Vice Pres. Neil Bennett Arthur Herring ______ Exec. Vice Pres. Wayne Bennett Dorothy Herring________ Asst. Cashier W. H. Bransford, Sr. Lorine L. P itts__________ Asst. Cashier Charles A. Miller STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 746,748.48 Demand deposits ________ $2,768,607.84 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 776,371.25 Time & savings deposits_ 1,349,875.17 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 25,977.50 667,734.48 securities ___ 495,154.77 Public fu n d s_________ Loans and discounts ____ 3,358,700.79 Total deposits __________ 4,812,194.99 Bank premises, Other liabilities _________ 15,506.80 furniture & fixtures ____ 203,270.47 Total liabilities __________ 4,827,701.79 Other real estate_____ ___ 1.00 Capital stock ______ 200,000.00 Other assets ____ 1,736.59 Surplus _______ 300,000.00 Undivided profits................ 254,281.56 Total capital accounts ........ 754,281.56 Total ________________ $5,581,983.35  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ____ ______ __ __ $5,581,983.35  74  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF McCRORY, McCRORY Population 1,053 Woodruff County Chartered June 8, 1903 Transit Number 81-261 Telephone Number 731-2521 Officers Directors I. N. A m o f ________________ President I. N. Amof Vance M. Thompson_______ Vice Pres. Ian Am of John D. Eldridge__________ Vice Pres. John D. Eldridge Curtis A. H ouston____Exec. Vice Pres. John D. Eldridge, III Billy M. M cElwee____Asst. Vice Pres. H. Ripley Thompson Hulon A. C a in _____________ Cashier John G. Thompson James W. Taylor------------- Asst. Cashier Vance M. Thompson Ruth F. H a le ____________Asst. Cashier Jean C. Beeson___________Asst. Cashier Joyce R. B a ll____ ,--------- Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $1,412,132.26 Demand deposits________ $3,931,805.71 U.S. Gov’t obligations ........ 989,842.14 Time & savings deposits _ 2,318,017.60 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 15,048.02 securities __________ 762,855.76 Public funds . _________ 351,517.17 Securities of federal Deposits of banks .............. 26,693.19 agencies ____________ 200,000.00 Other deposits _____ 15,918.45 Other securities Total deposits ___________ 6,659,000.14 (including stock) ______ 500.00 Total liabilities__________ 6,659,000.14 Loans and discounts _____ 3,919,576.25 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 Bank premises, Surplus 350,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 11,701.00 Undivided profits................ 188,108.27 Other assets ____________ 501.00 Total capital accounts____ 638,108.27 Total ________________ $7,297,108.41  Total ________________ $7,297,108.41  McGEHEE BANK, McGEHEE Population 5,101 Desha County Chartered December 5, 1933 Transit Number 81-585 Telephone Number CA 2-3151 Officers Directors R. G. V erser______Chairman of Board R. L. Beck Buren Sharpe Sam Bowman ______________ President Sam Bowman W. A. Smith J. W. Willoughby, J r ..._ Exec. Vice Pres. Chas. J. Griffith R. G. Verser Mark E. Sherland, J r .______ Vice Pres. O. O. Kemp J. W. Willoughby, Jr. J. H. Stroud_____________ Vice Pres. D. C. Loyd James B. M organ___________ Cashier Mrs. Bess T. Parker_____ Asst. Cashier J. H. Potter_____________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 1,402,147.73 Demand deposits _______ $ 3,605,874.35 U.S. Gov’t obligations___ 1,049,250.00 Time & savings deposits __ 5,510,957.26 Municipal bonds & 134,231.67 U.S. Gov’t deposits _____ securities ___________ 2,463,166.68 Public funds __________ 1,034,122.35 Other securities Other deposits _________ 182,120.61 (including stock) _____ 2,650.00 Total deposits__________ 10,467,306.24 Loans and discounts ____ 6,851,881.45 Other liabilities ________ 137,543.20 Total liabilities_________ 10,604,849.44 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures___ 157,616.38 Capital stock __________ 500,000.00 Other assets ___________ 1,517.52 Surplus _______________ 500,000.00 Undivided profits _______ 323,380.32 Total capital accounts___ 1,323,380.32 Total _______________ $11,928,229.76  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total _______________ $11,928,229.76  Fifty-Second Report  75  FARMERS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, MAGNOLIA Population 10,651 Columbia County Chartered September 26, 1906 Transit Number 81-163 Telephone Number CE 4-2211 Officers Directors R. S. Warnock, Jr______ __ President T. H. Bradley, Jr. J. L. Jean W. N. Paschal ________ __Vice Pres. W. N. Paschal Cameron Dodson R. S. F oster__________ __Vice Pres. R. S. Foster Mrs. T. H. Reeves W. K. Twitty _________ ____ Cashier W. E. Fullenwider W. K. Twitty R. S. Warnock, Jr. Dean Reagan_________ Asst. Cashier John W. Harsh Joe D. Woodward STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 2,340,405.86 Demand deposits ______ $ 6,388,476.54 U.S. Gov’t obligations___ 7,810,563.50 Time & savings deposits „ 3,791,934.77 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits _____ 32,795.78 securities ___________ 898,058.73 Public funds ___________ 383,243.18 Loans and discounts ____ 669,628.01 Deposits of bank s______ 10, 000.00 Bank premises, Other deposits _________ 50,924.47 furniture & fixtures ___ 14,041.00 Total deposits__________ 10.657.374.74 Other real estate________ 26,000.00 Total liabilities_________ 10.657.374.74 Capital stock __________ 100,000.00 Surplus ______________ 200,000.00 Undivided profits_______ 732,339.46 Reserves ____ _________ 68,982.90 Total capital accounts__ 1,101,322.36 Total  $11,758,697.10  Total  __ $11,758,697.10  BANK OF MALVERN, MALVERN Population 9,566 Hot Spring County Chartered June 24, 1889 Transit Number 81-131 Telephone Number ED 2-6966 Officers Directors J. Elmo Young ______ ____ President Ray N. Boyle Jester Jones ________ Exec. Vice Pres. W. H. Glover Ray N. Boyle ______ _______ Vice Pres. Jester Jones W. H. Glover ____________ Vice Pres. Glenville Rhodes Tom Ross Young Glenville R hodes_________ Vice Pres. Foy G. Ritchey _____________ Cashier J. Elmo Young Miss Hester H. Sm ith____Asst. Cashier Edward L. T u ll__________Asst. Cashier Paul E. B ow dle__________Asst. Cashier John R. Thomason______ Asst. Cashier Henry Brosell, Jr.......... ......Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets ' Liabilities Cash and due from banks $1,169,753.90 Demand deposits _________$3,895,107.92 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 2,265,194.99 Time & savingsdeposits___ 2,428,124.95 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 88,282.21 securities ____________ 1,138,554.80 Public fu n d s_____________ 596,504.49 Other securities Deposits of banks ________ 31,802.65 (including sto ck )______ 2.00 Other deposits _________ 40,185.43 Loans and discounts _____ 3,165,306.91 Total deposits____________ 7,080,007.65 Bank premises, Other liabilities __________ 85,585.78 furniture & fixtures____ 153,220.45 Total liabilities___________ 7,165,593.43 Other assets ____________ 2,098.79 Capital stock ____________ 150,000.00 Surplus ________________ 300,000.00 Undivided profits________ 278,538.41 Total capital accounts____ 728,538.41 Total ________________ $7,894,131.84  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $7,894,131.84  76  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  PEOPLES BANK, MAMMOTH SPRING Population 825 Fulton County Chartered February 8, 1921 Transit Number 81-645 Telephone Number 625-3823 Officers Directors Cloy H. Culver------------------- President Mrs. Auda M. Culver J. B. Plumlee Auda M. Culver --------------- Vice Pres. Cloy H. Culver M. H. Powell Bill Pace ___________________ Cashier W. L. Miller STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 295,021.95 Demand deposits ________ $1,002,771.90 U.S. Gov’t obligations___ 1,190,649.33 Time & savingsdeposits__ 586,550.98 Securities of federal U. S. Gov’t deposits______ 12,073.04 agencies _____________ 29,951.25 Public fu n d s____________ 57,858.32 302,704.37 Total deposits __________ 1,659,254.24 Loans and discounts ____ Bank premises, Total liabilities__________ 1,659,254.24 furniture & fixtures ___ 6,176.50 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Surplus ______ 25,000.00 Undivided profits .......... 90,249.16 Total capital accounts____ 165,249.16 Total ________________ $1,824,503.40  Total ________________ $1,824,503.40  MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK, MANILA Population 1,753 Mississippi County Chartered March 16, 1948 Transit Number 81-710 Telephone Number 561-4427 Officers Directors Lora M. Fleem an___________ President H. D. Alston Lora M. Fleeman H. D. A lston ____________ Vice Pres. William Borowsky Max H. Schrader James B. Cheadle__________ Vice Pres. James B. Cheadle L. E. Townsend Max H. Schrader____Exec. Vice Pres. Fred Fleeman Bobby White Bobby White _______________ Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 250,608.35 Demand deposits ________ $ 871,105.66 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 116,668.76 Time & savingsdeposits___ 513,272.81 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 14,154.92 securities _____________ 128,668.93 Public fu n d s_____________ 223,929.37 Securities of federal Other deposits __________ 2,671.07 agencies _____________ 100,000.00 Total deposits _________ 1,625,133.83 Loans and discounts _____ 1,323,509.56 Total liabilities__________ 1,625,133.83 Bank premises, Capital stock _________ 100,000.00 furniture & fixtures ____ 2.00 Surplus ------ „--------------- 100,000.00 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Undivided profits------------94,324.77 Total capital accounts____ 294,324.77 Total ________________ $1,919,458.60  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total _________________$1,919,458.60  Fifty-Second Report  BANK OF MANSFIELD, MANSFIELD Population 881 Sebastian County Chartered February 16, 1939 Transit Number 81-249 Telephone Number 928-5149 Officers Directors W. W. H olbrook___________ President S. D. Barnes W. W. Holbrook S. M. Taylor Gilmer K. D ix o n __________ Vice Pres. Gilmer K. Dixon B. R. Holbrook ____________ Cashier B. R. Holbrook W. M. Woods, M.D. Melba Conaway_________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 336,279.16 Demand deposits ________ $1,231,648.45 U.S. Gov’t Obligations____ 903,361.00 Time & savings deposits _ 1,092,708.85 Municipal bonds & 4,487.68 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ securities ____________ 292,541.65 Public fu n d s____________ 185,513.61 Securities of federal Other deposits __________ 1,507.08 220,000.00 Total deposits ___________ 2,515,865.67 agencies _____________ Loans and discounts _____ 983,273.65 Total liabilities _________ 2,515,865.67 Bank premises, Capital stock ___________ 60,000.00 furniture & fixtures ____ 13,834.08 Surplus ------80,000.00 Undivided profits________ 88,703.19 Reserves .. _____________ 4,720.68 Total capital accounts____ 233,423.87 ... $2,749,289.54  Total _  Total ________________ $2,749,289.54  FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, MARIANNA Population 5,653 Lee County Chartered January 9, 1942 Transit Number 81-744 Telephone Number CY 4-2535 Officers Directors Ben M. Perkins______________ President Thomas H. Gist W. V. Moye A. C. Mahan John F. M iller____________ Vice Pres. Ben M. Perkins Glenn U. Miller William E. Henderson__Asst. Vice Pres. H. L. Petty Mrs. Nelle R. Stallings ----------- Cashier John F. Miller A. E. Prestridge Mrs. Margaret D. Harris — Asst. Cashier W. P. Mixon Henry B. White Mrs. Juanita Woodward__Asst. Cashier Assets  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities  Cash and due from banks $ 511,884.25 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 418,313.01 Municipal bonds & securities _____________ 634,053.64 Securities of federal agencies ____________ 168,975.00 Other securities (including stock) ______ 10.00 Loans and discounts _____ 1,648,114.98 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 19,801.76 Other real estate_________ 5,000.00 Total ________________ $3,406,152.64  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Demand deposits________ $1,867,089.37 Time & savings deposits__ 808,644.34 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 3,938.89 Public fu n d s____________ 360,361.00 Other deposits __________ 4,238.90 Total deposits ___________ 3,044,272.50 Total liabilities.................... 3,044,272.50 Capital stock ___________ 75,000.00 Surplus ---------------------- 200,000.00 Undivided profits _______ 86,880.14 Total capital accounts____ 361,880.14 Total ...  .......$3,406,152.64  78  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CITIZENS BANK, MARION Population 881 Crittenden County Chartered March 15, 1938 Transit Number 81-742 Telephone Number PE 9-3232 Officers Directors I. F. Foglem an-- — .......... . President Wilson P. Barton A. J. Lumpkin A. J. Lumpkin ----- Vice Pres. & Cashier J. F. Fogleman J. C. Mann Mary L. H oskins------------ Asst. Cashier John A. Fogleman Dana F. Sulcer Allen B. Helms STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 654,415.23 Demand deposits ________ $1,446,108.33 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,403,836.02 Time & savings deposits__ 994,656.77 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 1,349.25 securities ............ 399,189.96 Public funds ___________ 802,190.63 Securities of federal Other deposits __________ 2,333.46 80,000.00 Total deposits___________ 3,246,638.44 agencies ____________ Loans and discounts _____ 950,116.30 Total liabilities_______ 1__ 3,246,638.44 Bank premises, Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 furniture & ifixtures____ 25,001.00 Surplus ________________ 100,000.00 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Undivided profits________ 65,921.07 Total capital accounts____ 265,921.07 Total ................ ................$3,512,559.51  Total _________________ $3,512,559.51  MARKED TREE BANK, MARKED TREE Population 3,216 Poinsett County Chartered March 3, 1932 Transit Number 81-705 Telephone Number 358-2600 Officers Directors John A. Brunner, J r .------------ President Sidney W. Arnold J. Robert Brunner L. V. Ritter, Jr...... . Chairman of Board Frank Brunner, Jr. L. H. Goad L. H. G oad ______Vice Pres. & Cashier John A. Brunner, Jr. L. V. Ritter, Jr. Helen Stewart__________ Asst. Cashier Assets  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities  Cash and due from banks . $1,085,214.04 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,516,284.33 Municipal bonds & securities _________ 725,116.68 Securities of federal agencies ____________ 300,244.00 Other securities (including stock) ______ 3,000.00 Loans and discounts _____ 1,636,175.34 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 10,998.95  Demand deposits ________ $2,710,274.51 Time & savings deposits__ 1,477,297.23 U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 9,422.24 Public funds ___ 444,293.02 Deposits of banks _______ 166,289.54 Other deposits __________ 8,669.57 Total deposits____________ 4,816,246.11 Total liabilities---------------- 4,816,246.11 Capital stock -----------------100,000.00 Surplus -------200,000.00 Undivided profits------------160,787.23 Total capital accounts____ 460,787.23  Total ________________ $5,277,033.34  Total ________________ $5,277,033.34   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Fifty-Second Report  79  THE CITIZENS BANK, MARSHALL Population 1,095 Searcy County Chartered February 26, 1940 Transit Number 81-715 Telephone Number 448-3341 Officers Directors Harold H. Reid ___________ President J. C. Baker, Jr. Jim Tilley Wallace E. Nickels E. R. Tims Bui J. Nixon . .................. Vice Pres. Phil Travis Mrs. Bennie Treat .. Cashier Bill J. Nixon Bill O Watts Roy L. Baker, Jr., Chairman of Board Harold H. Reid  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks $1,078,585.52 Demand deposits ________ $1,807,244.20 Time & savings deposits__ 1,162,165.66 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 550,895.93 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 16,755.05 Municipal bonds & ____ 298,557.58 securities ____________ 308,263.31 Public funds 10,000.00 Loans and discounts _____ 1,549,663.79 Deposits of banks _______ Total deposits ___________ 3,294,722.49 Bank premises, 8,792.07 furniture & fixtures____ 95,250.00 Other liabilities _________ Other real estate_________ 1.00 Total liabilities__________ 3,303,514.56 50,000.00 Other assets ____________ 2,683.66 Capital stock ___________ Surplus ___ ____________ 125,000.00 Undivided profits________ 106,828.65 Total capital accounts________________ 281,828.6 Total ________________ $3,585,343.21  Total _____ __________ $3,585,343.21  BANK OF MARVELL, MARVELL Population 1,909 Phillips County Chartered January 8, 1903 Transit Number 81-393 Telephone Number 829-2021 Officers Directors Gibson Turley __________ President Robert I. Campbell Cleburne Robinson Robert I. Campbell Vice Pres. & Cash. R. E. Hodge Gibson Turley Pauline H. W ilson_______Asst. Cashier J. B. McElroy STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks $ 382,635.32 Demand deposits________ $1,218,551.08 Time & savings deposits__ 768,804.63 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 264,382.97 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 8,270.16 Municipal bonds & securities ... __________ 492,575.54 Public funds ____________ 201,812.41 Deposits of banks ____ 1,594.08 Securities of federal 267.57 agencies _____________ 349,750.00 Other deposits __________ Loans and discounts _____ 1,057,448.76 Total deposits __________ 2,199,299.93 Other liabilities _________ 2,627.79 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 18,967.50 Total liabilities__________ 2,201,927.72 125,000.00 Other assets ____________ 68.00 Capital stock ___________ Surplus ._ __________ 125,000.00 Undivided profits________ 113,900.37 Total capital accounts ........ 363,900.37 Total ________________ $2,565,828.09  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $2,565,828.09  80  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF MELBOURNE, MELBOURNE Population 647 Izard County Chartered June 29, 1896 Transit Number 81-397 Telephone Number 368-4337 Officers Directors J. C. M iller__________ ___ _ President J. C. Miller Tom Simpson_____________ Vice Pres. Tom Simpson A. J. Younger -------------------- Cashier A. J. Younger Mrs. Opal Troxler ____ Asst. Cashier Ernestine M arlin________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 586,136.77 Demand deposits ...... $1,306,834.26 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 859,071.50 Time & savings deposits__ 203,332.68 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 8,336.39 223,142.49 securities .......-................ 86,652.43 Public funds __________ 904.07 Loans and discounts _____ 448,269.54 Other deposits __________ Bank premises, Total deposits __________ 1,742,549.89 furniture & fixtures ____ 2.00 Total liabilities__________ 1,742,549.89 Capital stock __________ 25,000.00 Surplus - _____ 50,000.00 Undivided profits________ 162,582.35 Total capital accounts____ 237,582.35 Total ________________$1,980,132.24  Total  ____ _________ $1,980,132.24  THE UNION BANK OF MENA, MENA Population 4,388 Polk County Chartered July 25, 1934 Transit Number 81-98 Telephone Number EX 4-2211 Officers Directors _____ President Dale Rodgers - ...... R. A. Carver L. L. Marlow ....... .......... Vice Pres. C. C. Crowell ___ Vice Pres. C. C. Crowell ...... J. D. Lauck Bill Lauck Wood _ Exec. Vice Pres, L. L. Morrow and Cashier Dale Rodgers __ Asst. Cashier Dorothy Lee Cecil Bill Lauck Wood ___Asst. Cashier Bill Philpot______ STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 839,033.78 Demand deposits ____$3,602,428.27 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 817,073.25 Time & savings deposits _ 2,582,080.90 Municipal bonds & , U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 64,038.00 securities _____________ 1,049,696.66 Public funds ___________ 345,150.40 35,798.65 Securities of federal Other deposits __________ agencies ____________ 275,000.00 Total deposits___________ 6,629,496.22 Total liabilities__________ 6,629,496.22 Other securities (including stock) _____ 11,001.00 Capital stock _____ 150,000.00 Loans and discounts _____ 4,155,054.76 Surplus _______________ 175,000.00 Undivided profits________ 233,633.00 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 32,289.05 Total capital accounts____ 558,633.00 Other real estate_________ 8,980.72 Assets  Total ________________ $7,188,129.22  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $7,188,129.22  Fifty-Second Report  81  MONETTE STATE BANK, MONETTE Population 981 Craighead County Chartered December 29, 1936 Transit Number 81-724 Telephone Number 486-5493 Officers Directors Nathan D eutsch_____________ President Nathan Deutsch Donald Kirksey______Exec. Vice Pres. and Cashier Charles Frierson Charles Frierson, III Verlene F ullen __________ Asst. Cashier Ruth P. Latta Shirley Bronaugh------------ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets $1,952,300.30 Cash and due from banks ..$ 837,857.30 Demand deposits ___ U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 296,587.69 Time & savings deposits__ 1,865,488.92 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 1,806.71 Municipal bonds & 307,621.13 securities ___ 200,058.10 Public funds ____________ Other deposits __________ 11,317.81 Securities of federal agencies _____________ 349,921.88 Total deposits___________ 4,138,534.87 Loans and discounts _____ 2,894,675.52 Total liabilities__________ 4,138,534.87 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 Bank premises, 275,000.00 furniture & fixtures ____ 105,863.72 Surplus ________________ 103,526.73 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Undivided profits________ Reserves _______________ 67,903.61 Total capital accounts____ 546,430.34 Total ________________ $4,684,965.21  Total ________________ $4,684,965.21  COMMERCIAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, MONTICELLO Population 5,031 Drew County Chartered November 29, 1912 Transit Number 81-534 Telephone Number EM 7-6221 Officers Directors E. A. Baker Clay Mitchell Bennie Rybum, Sr.......... Chrm. of Board Robert L. Barnes E. R. Pomeroy James S. S uitt______________ President Earl Baxter James A. Ross Joe McCloy ______________ Vice Pres. J. A. Baxter Bennie Ryburn Mrs. Mabel C. Sherry - ____Cashier J. A. Gunn Joe Shelton Mrs. Hazel Porter_______Asst. Cashier W. E. Smith Mike Cavaness _________ Asst. Cashier E. R. Lambert L. D. Long James S. Suitt Joe McCloy STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 851,422.77 Demand deposits ________ $2,576,505.82 Time & savings deposits__ 2,024,152.31 U.S. Gov’t obligations________________179,828.13 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 85,516.18 Municipal bonds & 292,591.34 Public fu n d s____________ 968,698.33 securities _____________ Other dposits __________ 11,310.67 Securities of federal agencies ______________ 174,750.00 Total deposits___________ 4,990,076.32 Other liabilities _________ 15,522.98 Other securities (including stock) ______ 1.00 Total liabilities__________ 5,005,599.30 Loans and discounts _____ 3,211,561.52 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 Bank premises, Surplus ________________ 200,000.00 furniture & fixtures________________ 151,302.52 Undivided profits________ 190,081.64 Other assets ____________ 8,116.67 Reserves _____________ 50,000.00 Total capital accounts____ 540,081.64 Total ________________ $5,545,680.94  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $5,545,680.94  82  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  UNION BANK & TRUST COMPANY, MONTICELLO Population 5,031 Drew County Chartered September 15, 1915 Transit Number 81-156 Telephone Number EM 7-3456 Officers Directors Evert M. Twyford _________ President R. H. Adcock Dr. J. P .Price Mrs. Virginia Pierce _______ Vice Pres. Brown Calhoun R. F. Trotter Jack E. C urry-----------Asst. Vice Pres. Geo. R. Campster Evert M. Twyford Floyd L. L ance_____________ Cashier Charles E. Jackson Adrian Williamson Mrs. Aileen C oston______ Asst. Cashier Zach McClendon M. F. Wright James O. Sm ith_________ Asst. Cashier Wells Moffatt  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $1,207,323.08 Demand deposits ------------ $3,402,311.49 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 784,597.50 Time & savings deposits__ 3,241,043.51 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 41,336.73 securities 1,874,599.51 Public funds .......... 454,470.68 Securities of federal Deposits of banks _______ 6,511.09 16,496.57 ___________ 1,049,375.00 Other deposits ____ agencies Other securities Total deposits __________ 7,162,170.07 (including stock) ______ 14,301.00 Other liabilities _________ 12,192.50 Loans and discounts _____ 3,091,332.52 Total liabilities__________ 7,174,362.57 Bank premises, Capital stock ___________ 200,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 47,521.68 Surplus ______________ 200,000.00 Other assets ____________ 6,084.58 Undivided profits________ 150,670.89 Reserves _____________ 350,101.41 Total capital accounts____ 900,772.30 Total ________________ $8,075,134.87  Total ________________ $8,075,134.87  MORRILTON SECURITY BANK, MORRILTON Population 5,997 Conway County Chartered November 19, 1954 Transit Number 81-777 Telephone Number FL 4-3531 Officers Directors Claude M. Farish___________ President Osco Coleman Marion Hightower Howard E. Jones ____ Exec. Vice Pres. W. G. Davis Howard E. Jones Nathan G ordon___________ Vice Pres. Claude M. Farish A. J. Meadors Ray Wood ________________ Cashier Edward Gordon Felix Schosser Sam Callihan___________ Asst. Cashier Nathan Gordon Phil H o w e ______________ Asst. Cashier  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 983,747.27 Demand deposits________ $2,958,596.39 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,452,909.27 Time & savings deposits__ 2,486,054.86 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 32,791.53 securities ... 775,290.90 Public funds ________ 636,967.64 Loans and discounts _____ 2,371,043.65 Deposits of banks _______ 43,300.00 Bank premises, Other deposits __________ 10,091.62 furniture & fixtures____ 190,264.90 Total deposits___________ 5,267,802.04 Total liabilities__________ 5,267,802.04 Capital stock ___________ 150,000.00 Surplus _______________ 150,000.00 Undivided profits________ 205,453.95 Total capital accounts____ 505,453.95 Total ________________ $5,773,255.99  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total _________________$5,773,255.99  Fifty-Second Report  83  THE FIRST STATE BANK, MORRILTON Population 5,997 Conway County Chartered November 26, 1930 Transit Number 81-144 Telephone Number FL 4-4601 Officers Directors S. E. McReynolds _ ______ President Cleo Cheek Cleo Cheek ____ Mrs. R. H. Dickenhorst _____ Vice Pres. R. A. Greer C. E. Linebarger __ _____ Vice Pres. H. J. Kordsmeier ________ Cashier Carroll Johnston Bill Davidson_____ C. E. Linebarger ___ Asst. Cashier ___ Asst. Cashier Ruth G w in _______ W. E. Love Jim W ilcox_______ ___ Asst. Cashier S. E. McReynolds Louis Oates STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 1,883,800.41 Demand deposits _____ .$ 5,492,978.33 3,421,011.23 Time & savings deposits . 4,215,937.85 U.S. Gov’t obligations__ U.S. Gov’t deposits ___ 126,362.62 Municipal bonds & 325,656.04 2,117,609.78 Public funds ________ securities 3,778,299.67 Deposits of banks _____ 40,127.39 Loans and discounts___ Bank premises, Other deposits ________ 44,025.04 30.000. 00 Total deposits_________ . 10,245,087.27 furniture & fiturxes__ 25,002.00 Other liabilities _______ 56,739.43 Other real estate________ 27.000. 00 Total liabilities________ . 10,301,826.70 Other assets ___________ Capital stock _________ 200,000.00 200,000.00 Surplus - _____ _______ 575.096.39 Undivided profits_____ 5,800.00 Reserves __ __________ 980.896.39 Total capital accounts_ Total  _____ $11,282,723.09  Total ___  __$11,282,723.09  THE BANK OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MT. IDA Population 805 Montgomery County Chartered November 27, 1930 Transit Number 81-404 Telephone Number 867-3491 Officers Directors John Beavers________________ President John Beavers Robert Campbell ____________ Cashier Harlan Lane Juanita Standridge_______ Asst. Cashier Patsy Lane STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 765,836.30 Demand deposits ________ $1,500,643.19 U.S. Gov’t obligations________________ 330,968.75 Time & savings deposits__ 1,285,638.51 Public funds ___________ 238,794.55 Municipal bonds & Other deposits __________ 8,919.37 securities __________ 303,293.61 Securities of federal Total deposits __________ 3,033,995.62 Other liabilities _________ 48,923.56 agencies ...______ 79,700.00 Loans and discounts_ 1,804,636.31 Total liabilities__________ 3,082,919.18 Bank premises, Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 furniture & fixtures________________ 36,244.58 Surplus _ . __________ 100,000.00 Other assets ____________ 1,886.93 Undivided profits________ 89,647.30 Total capital accounts____ 239,647.30 Total ________________ $3,322,566.48  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $3,322,566.48  84  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THE PEOPLES BANK, MOUNTAIN HOME Population 2,738 Baxter County Chartered August 10, 1906 Transit Number 81-402 Telephone Number 425-2166 Officers Directors Powers L. Fowler__________ President R. E. Baker I. P. Morgan Wylo Dyer Neil Nelson Wylo D y e r _______________ Vice Pres. Neil Nelson ___________ Cashier Powers L. Fowler Charles A. M orton______ Asst. Cashier  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $1,049,848.00 Demand deposits ________ $3,888,634.42 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,580,317.98 Time & savings deposits _ 2,310,400.18 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 50,652.05 Municipal bonds & 454,770.61 securities_____________ 962,533.04 Public fu n d s____________ Total deposits___________ 6,704,457.26 Securities of federal agencies 249,906.25 Total liabilities__________ 6,704,457.26 Loans and discounts _____ 3,476,833.71 Capital stock ___________ 125,000.00 Bank premises, Surplus ________________ 200,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 30,661.00 Undivided profits________ 278,300.53 49,250.29 Other real estate_________ 6,908.10 Reserves ... _____________ Total capital accounts____ 652,550.82 Total ________________ $7,357,008.08  Total ________________ $7,357,008.08  THE BANK OF MOUNTAIN VIEW, MOUNTAIN VIEW Population 983 Stone County Chartered July 21, 1915 Transit Number 81-403 Telephone Number 269-3419 Officers Directors Hubert H inkle______________ President Glen Hinkle G. R. Sansom H. S. Mabry, J r . Vice Pres. & Cashier Hubert Hinkle E. B. Watts Bernice Beckham________ Asst. Cashier H. S. Mabry, Jr. Charles A. L o w e________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 432,093.45 Demand deposits________ $1,490,938.08 U.S. Gov’t obligations------ 863,633.71 Time & savings deposits __ 325,715.46 Securities of federal Public fu n d s_____________ 166,735.93 agencies______________ 149,937.50 Total deposits____________ 1,983,389.47 Loans and discounts _____ 815,973.21 Total liabilities__________ 1,983,389.47 Bank premises, Capital stock ____________ 50,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 20,072.31 Surplus ____ 200,000.00 Other real estate_________ 18,500.00 Undivided profits________ 66,820.71 Total capital accounts____ 316,820.71 Total ________________ $2,300,210.18  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total _________________$2,300,210.18  Fifty-Second Report  85  BANK OF MULBERRY, MULBERRY Population 934 Crawford County Chartered January 15, 1902 Transit Number 81-257 Telephone Number 997-2591 Officers Directors S. B. Stevinson President Nora V. House S. B. Stevinson T. J. House __ Vice Pres. & Cashier T. J. House Jeta Taylor C. D. Chastain Asst. Cashier Joe Kirksey J. C. McCollum .......... . Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 524,854.82 Demand deposits ...... ....... $1,165,397.65 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 372,046.20 Time & savingsdeposits ___ 592,256.72 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 6,750.80 securities ______ 223,672.19 Public fu n d s_____________ 178,175.10 Loans and discounts ......... 996,319.49 Total deposits _________ 1,942,580.27 Bank premises, Other liabilities __________ 818.82 furniture & fixtures ____ 31,000.00 Total liabilities___________ 1,943,399.09 Other assets ____________ 1,100.00 Capital stock ________ 50,000.00 Surplus . . __________ 75,000.00 Undivided profits________ 80,593.61 Total capital accounts____ 205,593.61 Total ________________$2,148,992.70  Total ____ ____________ $2,148,992.70  PIKE COUNTY BANK, MURFREESBORO Population 1,096 Pike County Chartered December 19, 1904 Transit Number 81-405 Telephone Number 285-4261 Officers Directors William L. Amis ................ President William L. Amis Charles W. Damall Charles W. D arnall__ Vice Pres. Clarence Anthony Glenn Hickey Carle Robbins Cleo Risner _______ Cashier John Beavers Thomas Bridgeman Joyce W oodruff_________ Asst. Cashier Bobby Jo McAlister_____ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 718,848.32 Demand deposits ________ $1,898,854.60 U.S. Gov’t obligations------ 800,185.56 Time & savings deposits .... 1,294,707.92 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 26,488.33 Municipal bonds & 502,053.64 securities _____________ 731,691.73 Public funds ________ Other deposits __________ 13,677.17 Other securities (including sto c k )... ........ 2,002.00 Total deposits __________ 3,735,781.66 148,792.55 Loans and discounts _____ 1,984,341.34 Other liabilities _________ Total liabilities__________ 3,884,574.21 Bank premises, 100,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 21,692.40 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 Other assets ____________ 12,890.28 Surplus ________________ Undivided profits________ 187,077.42 Total capital accounts____ 387,077.42 Assets  Total ________________ $4,271,651.63  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $4,271,651.63  86  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF NEWARK, NEWARK Population 728 Independence County Chartered October 10, 1944 Transit Number 81-748 Telephone Number PI 6-3221 Officers Directors J. L. M agness______________ President Mrs. Stella Cash J. W. Freeze ___ __________ Vice Pres. J. W. Freeze Mrs. Stella C a sh __________ Vice Pres. J. L. Magness Houston House ____________ Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 222,652.81 Demand deposits ________$ 688,476.69 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 202,000.00 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 3,505.91 Municipal bonds & Public fu n d s................. ........ 92,082.79 securities ___ 96,652.70 Deposits of banks _______ 20,865.46 Loans and discounts _____ 415,085.15 Total deposits ___________ 804,930.85 Bank premises, Total liabilities__________ 804,930.85 2.00 Capital stock ___________ 25,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ Surplus ________________ 50,000.00 Undivided profits________ 56,461.81 Total capital accounts____ 131,461.81 Total ________________ $ 936,392.66  Total ___ __ __________ $ 936,392.66  BANK OF NEW EDINBURG, NEW EDINBURG Population 500 Cleveland County Chartered August 22, 1904 Transit Number 81-408 Telephone Number 352-2592 Officers Directors Ray Attwood ______________ President Ray Attwood W. K. Parham __________ Vice Pres. Geneva Attwood Geneva Attwood ________ Cashier W. K. Parham Louise S led d ____________Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 155,731.14 Demand deposits_______ $ 331,383.94 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 212,404.00 Time & savings deposits .... 69,731.71 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 300.70 securities ____________ 1,940.00 Public funds ------------------42,438.67 Loans and discounts _____ 130,629.11 Total deposits ____ 443,855.02 Bank premises, Other liabilities __________ 164.00 furniture & fixtures____ 2.00 Total liabilities___________ 444,019.02 Capital stock ___________ 25,000.00 Surplus ________________ 12,000.00 Undivided profits________ 19,687.23 Reserves _______________ 56,687.23 Total ________________ $ 500,706.25  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $ 500,706.25  Fifty-Second Report  87  MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK, NEWPORT Population 7,450 Jackson County Chartered March 30, 1946 Transit Number 81-756 Telephone Number JA 3-3601 Officers Directors Charles McCartney P, L. Copeland ___ ____ ___ President R. C. Biggadike Ralph McDonald D. H. Burton L. H. Conditt .... ..... .. Exec. Vice Pres. Leonidas Mack P. L. Copeland R. W. Sm ith______ _____ Vice Pres. Fred M. Pickens Cashier R. G. Holden Ellen Steen __ ____ Paul K Holmes Ada Marie Mink ..... ........Asst. Cashier and Secretary Melba M cG ee____ ____Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks $1,573,366.44 Demand deposits ________$3,888,033.16 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,197,171.25 Time & savings deposits_ 2,738,142.31 U.S. Gov’t deposits ............ 67,774.88 Municipal bonds & Public funds ________ 698,371.42 securities ......... 575,552.11 Deposits of banks _______ 521,910.01 Securities of federal 20,607.03 agencies _______ 519,867.50 Other deposits __________ Loans and discounts _____ 4,736,143.92 Total deposits __________ 7,934,838.81 Total liabilities__________ 7,934,838.81 Bank premises, 200,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 108,209.46 Capital stock ___________ 350,000.00 Other assets _____ 14,147.60 Surplus ________________ Undivided profits________ 215,297.83 Reserves _______ 24,321.64 Total capital accounts____ 789,619.47 Total __  ___ $8,724,458.28  Total ______ _________ $8,724,458.28  MATTHEWS COMPANY, NORTH LITTLE ROCK (not engaged in commercial banking) Population 60,979 Pulaski County Chartered February 16, 1955 Telephone Number SK 3-3455 Officers Directors Arthur H. Thom as_________ President Catherine Matthews James P. M atthews______ Vice Pres. Charles D. Matthews James P. Matthews Lucille Eggleston ...... Secretary John P. Matthews Maurine H arris________Asst. Secretary John P. Matthews, Jr. Martha D. Matthews Arthur H. Thomas  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 177,695.53 Other liabilities _________ $1,456,657.10 Total liabilities__________ 1,456,657.10 Other securities 100,000.00 (including stock) ______ 56,269.00 Capital stock ___________ Surplus _______________ 55,000.00 Bank premises, 86,463.63 furniture & fixtures____ 77,847.92 Undivided profits________ Other real estate_________ 8,500.00 Total capital accounts________________ 241,463.6 Other assets ____________ 1,377,808.28 Total  ...... $1,698,120.73   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ______ __________ $1,698,120.73  88  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THE TWIN CITY BANK, NORTH LITTLE ROCK Population 60,979 Pulaski County Chartered March 21, 1935 Transit Number 81-54 Telephone Number FR 5-5361 Officers Directors Henry O. T o p f____________ President R. J. Rice R. I. Rice ____________ Vice Pres. R. J. Rust J. Grayson D ickson_________Cashier Henry O. Topf Ray O. C lifton__________ Asst. Cashier C. T. Wells C. H. Fuller____________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF Assets Cash and due from banks $ 1,926,692.34 U.S. Gov’t obligations __ 10,199,166.32 Municipal bonds & securities . __________ 2,000.00 Other securities 13,500.00 (including stock) _____ Loans and discounts ____ 1,912,251.62 Bank premises, 94,547.02 furniture & fixtures __ Other assets ............—...... 17,919.05  JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Demand deposits ______ $ 5,876,108.33 Time & savings deopsits .. 5,202,664.53 U.S. Gov’t deposits _____ 15,375.00 Public funds __________ 1,948,429.63 64,411.87 Other deposits _________ Total deposits __________ 13,106,989.36 Total liabilities _________ 13,106,989.36 Capital stock ................ .... 300,000.00 Surplus ___ 150,000.00 Undivided profits ...... 609,086.99 Total capital accounts___ 1,059,086.99  Total _______________ $14,166,076.35  Total _______________ $14,166,076.35  THE PLANTERS BANK, OSCEOLA Population 7,055 Mississippi County Chartered April 13, 1944 Transit Number 81-745 Telephone Number LO 3-2666 Officers Directors ... President J. A. Crosthwait Nathan Weinberg Richard H. Foster J. F. Herndon Exec. Vice Pres, Richard H. Foster L. C. B. Young Logan Young, Jr. and Cashier E. H. Riley Henry J. Swift ___ Vice Pres. Nathan Weinberg .. ..... Asst. Cashier Fred Boling ........ ..... Asst. Cashier Marjorie D o y le .... June Welborn ___ __Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks * 726,996.50 Demand deposits _______ 413,861.00 Time & savings deposits .. U.S. Gov’t obligations___ Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits _____ 975,682.43 Public funds __________ securities ___________ Loans and discounts____ 4,532,503.45 Other deposits _________ Bank premises, Total deposits _________ 40,929.38 Total liabilities .......... ...... furniture & fixtures___ 1.00 Capital stock Other real estate___ __ __  swung" ~ Undivided profits R E SEARCH LIBRAR¥jai accounts  Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Safrfk  of St. Louis  $2,093,316.66 . 3,082,907.10 51,337.60 . 876,103.37 32,730.49 . 6,136,395.22 6,136,395.22 75,000.00 .. 375,000.00 . 103,578.54 . 553,578.54 $6,689,973.76  Fifty-Second Report  89  BANK OF OZARK, OZARK Population 1,965 Franklin County Chartered June 9, 1937 Transit Number 81-727 Telephone Number 667-3628 Officers Directors W. A. Hudspeth________ ____President Homer Hillard Jeta Taylor W. A. Hudspeth, Jr......Vice Pres. & Cash. W. A. Hudspeth Romie Wilson W. A. Hudspeth, Jr. STATEMENT OF Assets Cash and due from banks . $ 703,248.93 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 2,858,415.38 Loans and discounts______ 606,184.45 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures ____ 3,000.00  Total ___  ___ $4,170,848.76  JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Demand deposits ________ $3,423,807.58 Public funds ____________ 382,008.77 Deposits of banks _______ 10,000.00 10,286.01 Other deposits __________ Total deposits________ 3,826,102.36 Other liabilities _________ 4,242.31 Total liabilities__________ 3,830,344.67 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Surplus .. 100,000.00 Undivided profits________ 190,504.09 Total capital accounts____ 340,504.09 Total _____________ — $4,170,848.76  SECURITY BANK, PARAGOULD Population 10,053 Greene County Chartered February 5, 1931 Transit Number 81-82 Telephone Number CE 6-7782 Officers Directors Scott Noel W. W. Misenhimer __________ President Earl Gramling Paul Keeton ___ __Vice Pres. Donald I. Purcell Ike Willcockson Ike Willcockson Scott Noel ______ .. Vice Pres. & Cashier Winston Mack Vernon Williams George Jackson ______ Asst. Vice Pres. W. W. Misenhimer Ed Snider_______________ Asst. Cashier Reba N eely ______________ Asst. Cashier Mary Bynum ____________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $1,491,334.62 Demand deposits________ $3,302,111.38 Time & savings deposits__ 3,975,607.46 U.S. Gov’t obligations------ 377,498.18 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 42,735.02 Municipal bonds & securities _____________ 1,807,908.80 Public fu n d s------------------- 1,149,472.22 Loans and discounts _____ 5,389,549.32 Deposits of banks _______ 10,422.78 Other deposits __________ 30,190.13 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures ____ 193,790.38 Total deposits___________ 8,510,538.99 Other liabilities__________ 82,112.65 Total liabilities__________ 8,592,651.64 Capital stock ___________ 200,000.00 Surplus ------------------------300,000.00 Undivided profits________ 92,429.66 Reserves _______________ 75,000.00 Total capital accounts____ 667,429.66 Total ________________ $9,260,081.30  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total _  $9,260,081.30  90  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF PARKDALE, PARKDALE Population 448 Ashley County Chartered February 1, 1910 Transit Number 81-416 Telephone Number 473-2412 Officers Directors J. A. W illiam s___ ____ _ President J. P. Caldwell J. P. Caldwell .... Vice Pres. & Cashier Dorothy T. Williams Dorothy H. C aldwell____Asst. Cashier J. A. Williams STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 175,284.59 Demand deposits _______ $ 657,147.60 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 778,900.30 Time & savings deposits__ 351,949.91 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 150.70 securities 99,683.37 Public funds ___________ 88,553.18 Loans and discounts_____ 260,284.26 Other deposits __________ 3,579.16 Bank premises, Total deposits ___________ 1,101,380.55 furniture & fixtures___ 1,164.06 Total labilities __________ 1,101,380.55 30,000.00 Capital stock ___________ Surplus 50,000.00 Undivided profits________ 131,936.03 Reserves _____________ 2,000.00 Total capital accounts____ 213,936.03 Total ________________ $1,315,316.58  Total ________________ $1,315,316.58  FIRST STATE BANK, PARKIN Population 1,489 Cross County Chartered June 5, 1925 Transit Number 81-676 Telephone Number PL 5-5401 Officers Directors H. L. C oldren____Chairman of Board Fred E. Brenner, Jr. S. N. Green H. L. Coldren, Jr___ _____ ___ President John A. Brenner Billy S. Hix Mrs. G. D. Carter_______ .... Vice Pres. Mrs. G. D. Carter C. W. Martin, Jr. Fred E. Brenner, Jr. _______ Vice Pres. H. L. Coldren Charles D. Thomas S. N. Green ________________ Cashier H. L. Coldren, Jr. E. H. B lak e____________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 434,082.09 Demand deposits _______ -$ 883,761.30 U.S. Gov’t obligations — . 254,000.00 Time & savings deposits _ 860,845.95 U.S. Gov’t deposits_____ Municipal bonds & 11,647.50 securities _______ _ 344,789.03 Public fu n d s___________ 190,011.45 Total deposits__________ 1,946,266.20 Securities of federal agencies ____________ _ 150,000.00 Other liabilities ________ 17.506.60 Other securities Total liabilities_________ 1,963,772.80 1, 000.00 Capital stock __________ (including stock) _____ 100,000.00 Surplus _______________ Loans and discounts ___ . 1,015,741.61 100,000.00 Undivided profits_______ Bank premises, 70.326.61 26,657.25 Reserves ______________ furniture & fixtures__ . 2,614.22 9,787.00 Total capital accounts__ Other real estate________ 272,940.83 656.65 Other assets ___________  Total _____________ -$2,236,713.63  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total  -$2,236,713.63  Fifty-Second Report  91  BANK OF PEA RIDGE, PEA RIDGE Population 380 Benton County Chartered May 6, 191! Transit Number 81-468 Telephone Number 451-2175 Officers Directors Hearn O liver_______________ President R. E. Buck Sam M. Walton Eufaula A bbott_______________ Cashier Hearn Oliver STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks - $ 185,194.27 Demand deposits-------------$ U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 172,374.69 Time & savings deposits — Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits---------securities ____________ 30,500.00 Public fun ds_____________ Loans and discounts_____ 559,225.00 Total deposits-----------------Bank premises, Total liabilities _________ furniture & fixtures____ 1,404.65 Capital stock -----------------Other assets _____ 657.32 Surplus _________________ Undivided profits________ Total capital accounts____ T otal________________ $ 949,355.93  543,150.81 260,774.20 1,210.00 39,179.59 844,314.60 844,314.60 25,000.00 50,000.00 30,041.33 105,041.33  T otal_________________$ 949,355.93  THE PERRY COUNTY BANK, PERRYVILLE Population 719 Perry County Chartered December 8, 1945 Transit Number 81-752 Telephone Number 889-2318 Officers Directors J. D. Farish___________ __ __President J. D. Farish Mar-Jo Spence J. H. M oore__________ Exec. Vice Pres. Mildred Farish T. O. Spence Alice H olbrook_______________ Cashier Sallie Jones M. J. VanDalsem J. H. Moore Daniel M. Loom is_______ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$ 400,804.20 Demand deposits------------ 1,143,300.68 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 428,883.68 Time & savings deposits__ 757,048.51 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 9,680.27 securities ____________ 345,519.44 Public fu n d s____________ 179,506.89 Loans and discounts _____ 1,144,390.29 Other deposits __________ 12,699.55 Bank premises, Total deposits___________ 2,102,235.90 furniture & fixtures____ 16,024.83 Other liabilities _________ 46,903.42 Other assets ____________ 36.67 Total liabilities__________ 2,149,139.32 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 S u rp lu s________________ 50,000.00 86,519.79 Undivided profits________ Total capital accounts____ 186,519.79 T otal________________ $2,335,659.11  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  T otal________________ $2,335,659.11  92  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  PIGGOTT STATE BANK, PIGGOTT Population 2,776 Clay County Chartered March 10, 1930 Transit Number 81-698 Telephone Number 598-2271 Officers Directors T. W. Leggett, Jr-------------- President T. W. Leggett, Jr. G. Will Reves Juanita Litzelfelner ________ Vice Pres. Juanita Litzelfelner H. C. Robbins, Jr. James L. M agee____________ Cashier James L. Magee John Staples Jimmie H inkle__________ Asst. Cashier Janice K egley___________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 615,217.76 Demand deposits ________ $2,621,806.78 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,651,679.38 Time & savings deposits__ 730,896.62 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 18,132.72 securities ____________ 750,065.80 Public funds ___________ 705,168.56 Other securities Other deposits __________ 24,191.92 (including stock) ______ 1.43 Total deposits ___________ 4,076,004.68 2,276.82 Loans and discounts _____ 1,539,375.05 Other liabilities _________ Bank premises, Total liabilities__________ 4,102,473.42 furniture & fixtures ____ 4,438.09 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 100,000.00 Surplus ------------------------Undivided profits________ 158,304.09 Reserves _____________ 100,000.00 Total capital accounts____ 458,304.09 Total ________________ $4,560,777.51  Total ________________ $4,560,777.51  FIRST STATE BANK, PLAINVIEW Population 548 Yell County Chartered January 12, 1934 Transit Number 81-234 Telephone Number 272-4221 Officers Directors W. J. Clement_____________ President Mrs. Thelma W. Clement Mrs. Thelma W. Clem ent Vice Pres. W. J. Clement James S. Hall W. E. Watson ________________ Cashier J. W. Marcum__________________ Asst.Cashier Mrs. Helen Harris Hartsell L ew is___________ Asst. Cashier Cleo Neuhart Edw. H. Smoot Mrs. Jane Gossett________Asst. Cashier Mrs. Verna D an iel______Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 382,482.98 Demand deposits ________$ 974,021.81 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 129,865.19 Time & savings deposits__ 1,045,382.57 U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 15,338.21 Municipal bonds & 217,993.72 securities __ 162,896.98 Public fu n d s____________ 4,070.74 Loans and discounts _____ 1,812,828.80 Other deposits __________ Total deposits___________ 2,256,807.05 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 19,132.75 Total liabilities__________ 2,256,807.05 Capital stock ___________ 60,000.00 Surplus ________________ 90,000.00 Undivided profits________ 100,399.65 Total capital accounts____ 250,399.65 Total ________________ $2,507,206.70  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $2,507,206.70  Fifty-Second Report  93  BANK OF POCAHONTAS,POCAHONTAS Population 4,391 Randolph County Chartered October 31, 1903 Transit Number 81-297 Telephone Number 892-5287 Officers Directors J. R. Jackson Harry A. Belford __________ President F. E. Belford Harry A. Belford H. Gardner McNabb F. E. B elford_____________ Vice Pres. E. C. Cox M. C. McNabb J. R. Jackson________ _____ Vice Pres. G. B. Johnson ______ _______ Cashier J. M. Futrell W. H. Holobaugh____ __ Asst. Cashier Max L ong----------------- ___ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $1,647,182.57 Demand deposits ________ $3,450,167.77 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 995,965.00 Time & savings deposits__ 1,632,380.01 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 56,774.97 Municipal bonds & 618,560.91 securities __________ 736,152.78 Public fu n d s____________ Deposits of banks _______ 18,979.49 Securities of federal 17,234.76 agencies ... ___________ 100,000.00 Other deposits __________ Loans and discounts _____ 2,758,653.30 Total deposits___________ 5,794,097.91 Total liabilities__________ 5,794,097.91 Bank premises, 125,000.00 furniture & fixtures ____ 20,095.92 Capital stock ___________ Surplus ________________ 125,000.00 Undivided profits________ 200,386.10 Reserves _______________ 13,565.56 Total capital accounts____ 463,951.66 Total ________________ $6,258,049.57  Total ________________ $6,258,049.57  PLANTERS AND STOCKMEN BANK, POCAHONTAS Population 4,391 Randolph County Chartered June 12, 1962 Transit Number 81-789 Telephone Number 892-5252 Officers Directors Mack Archer Paul Morgan Dr. Thomas DeClerk________ President A. J. Baltz J. Max Poe J. Max P o e _______________ Vice Pres. Dallas Rowden Fay Sallee _______________ Vice Pres. Wm. Baltz W. J. Barthel, Chairman of Board Paul M organ________ Exec. Vice Pres. and Cashier Everett Bates Fay Sallee Dr. Thomas DeClerk Dick Trammel Bobby L. T aylor________ Asst. Cashier Carolyn M oore_________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks „$ 336,566.98 Demand deposits________ $1,196,458.67 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 541,235.07 Time & savings deposits__ 817,849.08 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 7,941.93 Municipal bonds & 369,531.07 securities __________ 316,745.30 Public fu n d s____________ Loans and discounts_____ 1,494,780.41 Other deposits __________ 220.00 Bank premises, Total deposits___________ 2,392,000.75 furniture & fixtures____ 22,233.85 Total liabilities__________ 2,392,000.75 Other assets ____________ 4,012.95 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 Surplus ________________ 100,000.00 Undivided profits________ 123,573.81 Total capital accounts____ 323,573.81 Total ________________ $2,715,574.56  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  T o ta l________________ $2,715,574.56  94  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  PORTLAND BANK, PORTLAND Population 566 Ashley County Chartered April 23, 1900 Transit Number 81-247 Telephone Number RE 7-2226 Officers Directors Gus P u g h ---------------------------President Benton Newcome George Pugh R. B. N ew com e----------------- Vice Pres. R. B. Newcome Gus Pugh Mack Borgognoni----------------- Cashier Robert D. Pugh Tom Pugh Jerry Selby ____________ A sst Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 447,582.28 Demand deposits ________ $1,052,595.45 U.S. Gov’t obligations------ 353,250.00 Time & savings deposits__ 896,435.96 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 600.00 securities ............. 306,396.52 Public fu n d s____________ 141,393.11 Securities of federal Other deposits__________ 884.81 agencies_______________ 200,250.00 Total deposits___________ 2,091,909.33 Loans and discounts_____ 1,224,883.39 Other liabilities _________ 10,949.14 Bank premises, Total liabilities__________ 2,102,858.47 furniture & fixtures-----22,208.05 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Surplus _________________ 100,000.00 Other a ssets------------------417.46 Undivided profits________ 252,130.23 Total capital accounts____ 452,130.23 Total ________________ $2,554,988.70  Total ________________ $2,554,988.70  THE PEOPLES BANK, PORTLAND Population 566 Ashley County Chartered January 22, 1908 Transit Number 81-248 Telephone Number RE 7-2236 Officers Directors Victor Edwards-------------------President George M. Brown Leroy Naff Mary Dean P u gh ---------------- Vice Pres. Victor Edwards Mary Dean Pugh Hampton Pugh John H. Fish ______________ Cashier Edwin D. Gregory Mildred Pamplin________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks _$ 260,108.09 Demand deposits________ $ 694,849.00 U.S. Gov’t obligations------ 310,000.00 Time & savings deposits__ 574,608.24 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 27,948.58 securities _____________ 154,114.43 Public fu n d s_____________ 100,167.66 Loans and discounts_____ 928,908.85 Other deposits ___________ 2,482.84 Bank premises, Total deposits____________ 1,400,056.32 furniture & fixtures____ 11,525.91 Total liabilities __________ 1,400,056.32 Other assets ____________ 593.20 Capital stock ____________ 50,000.00 Surplus ------------------------100,000.00 Undivided profits________ 115,194.16 Total capital accounts____ 265,194.16 T otal________________ $1,665,250.48  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  T otal________________ $1,665,250.48  Fifty-Second Report  95  THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, PRAIRIE GROVE Population 1,056 Washington County Chartered August 29, 1904 Transit Number 81-256 Telephone Number 846-1421 Officers Directors Argil Bartholomew ________President D. E. R ie ff_______ W. H. Mock Jim C. R ie ff______ .. Asst. Vice Pres. Barry H. Parks W. H. Thompson — _________ Cashier D. E. Rieff Mildred Broyles___ ___ Asst. Cashier W. H. Thompson Lorene Jon es_____ ___ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks -$1,275,264.65 Demand deposits_______ .$2,210,928.70 1,130,279.50 Time & savings deposits .. . 2,478,574.29 U.S. Gov’t obligations _ U.S. Gov’t deposits _____ . 44,691.38 Municipal bonds & 453,059.54 Public fun ds___________ . 253,347.59 securities _________ 17,998.05 2,539,783.77 Other deposits _________ Loans and discounts __ Total deposits__________ . 5,005,540.01 Bank premises, 26,001.00 Total liabilities_________ . 5,005,540.01 furniture & fixtures _ 30,000.00 2,259.79 Capital stock __________ Other assets _________ Surplus _______________ . 100,000.00 Undivided profits_______ . 291,108.24 Total capital accounts___ . 421,108.24 Total  .$5,426,648.25  Total  DAVfl/ AT? DDECr'ATT d A a Jv . J l J r j K j D o i v ^ v - / J JL ^  .$5,426,648.25  JDDC r CA J ATT JL  Population 3,533 Nevada County Chartered August 10, 1904 Transit Number 81-140 Telephone Number 887-2688 Officers Directors ________ President Thomas M. Bemis Olen H endrix___ Dr. A. W. Hudson __Exec. Vice Pres. B. A. DeLamar August McCaskill W. R. Hambright Wren S cott........ C. G. Gordon Wren Scott Inactive Vice Pres. W. R. Hambright __________Cashier J. D. Stripling Milburn D. Tippit_____ Milburn D. Tippit _____Asst. Cashier Gerald Hendrix Mrs. Elizabeth Crain---Asst. Cashier Olen Hendrix J. B. Wingfield Mrs. Emogene W. Davis STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets Demand deposits_______ -$3,720,732.56 Cash and due from banks .$ 871,378.75 U.S. Gov’t obligations — . 1,881,469.42 Time & savings deposits _ .. 2,545,904.22 U.S. Gov’t deposits_____ .. 127,915.40 Municipal bonds & securities____________ . 2,168,309.36 Public fun ds___________ . 1,054,695.77 25,000.00 Loans and discounts____ . 3,263,269.27 Deposits of banks _ 44,917.67 Other deposits__ Bank premises, 90,000.00 Total deposits _ 7,519,165.62 furniture & fixtures — . 6,889.42 Total liabilities______ . 7,519,165.62 Other real estate________ Capital stock _______ _ 300,000.00 Surplus ____________ - 300,000.00 Undivided profits____ . 162,150.60 Total capital accounts . 762,150.60 Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$8,281,316.22  Total  .$8,281,316.22  96  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF QUITMAN, QUITMAN Population 305 Cleburne County Chartered August 15, 1903 Transit Number 81-424 Telephone Number 580-2401 Officers Directors Ben F. Clark ----------------------President J. A. Bailey W. H. McNair N. H. Tarver______________ Vice Pres. Ben F. Clark N. H. Tarver Edith E llis__________________ Cashier Edith Ellis Fay A. Trawick_________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$ 345,187.10 Demand deposits .......... $1,112,048.30 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 809,745.00 Time & savings deposits_ 819,118.72 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 760.00 securities ____________ 278,674.57 Public fu n d s____________ 155,709.95 Other securities Total deposits___________ 2,087,636.97 (including stock) ______ 2,000.00 Total liabilities__________ 2,087,636.97 Loans and discounts _____ 831,441.76 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Bank premises, 50,000.00 Surplus -____ furniture & fixtures____ 25,000.00 Undivided profits________ 104,411.46 Total capital accounts____ 204,411.46 Total ________________ $2,292,048.43  Total ________________ $2,292,048.43  THE BANK OF RECTOR, RECTOR Population 1,757 Clay County Chartered November 15, 1930 Tranist Number 81-173 Telephone Number 595-3491 Officers Directors J. C. Hardm ______________ President J. C. Hardin J. A. M arlar________ Exec. Vice Pres. Mary Lee Hill E. M. Purcell ____________ Vice Pres. J. A. Marlar Mary Lee H ill___Vice Pres. & Cashier E. M. Purcell R. D. Cranford______ Asst. Vice Pres. Berna Nell Benson______ Asst. Cashier Mary W agner__________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks _$ 506,210.73 Demand deposits ________ $2,159,534.38 U.S. Gov’t obligations________________ 463,383.75 Time & savings deposits 1,621,543.37 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits----------------------------5,100.24 securities ____________ 1,318,626.66 Public fu n d s____________ 477,684.08 Securities of federal Deposits of b ank s_______ 4,321.09 agencies______________ 100,000.00 Other deposits __________ 352.41 Loans and discounts_____ 2,180,573.20 Total deposits___________ 4,268,535.57 Bank premises, Total liabilities__________ 4,268,535.57 furniture & fixtures________________ 15,694.19 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 Other real estate_________ 3,000.00 Surplus ________________ 150,000.00 Other assets ____________ 3,278.79 Undivided profits________ 72,231.75 Total capital accounts____ 322,231.75 T otal________________ $4,590,767.32  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  T otal________________ $4,590,767.32  Fifty-Second Report  97  FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, REYNO Population 348 Randolph County Chartered December 8, 1911 Transit Number 81-427 Telephone Number 769-2240 Officers Directors F. E. Belford_______________ President F. E. Belford J. R. Jackson Joe T. W ilson________ Exec. Vice Pres. H. A. Belford Joe T. Wilson and Cashier J. M. Futrell Ida M. Brownfield_______Asst. Cashier Theda Ferguson_________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 226,316.80 Demand deposits _______ $ 744,664.03 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 349,830.00 Time & savings deposits .... 292,534.04 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ---------1,272.83 securities ____________ 48,821.80 Public funds ____________ 108,995.19 Loans and discounts _____ 635,029.70 Other deposits __________ 176.00 Bank premises, Total deposits ___________ 1,147,642.09 furniture & fixtures ____ 16,439.53 Total liabilities__________ 1,147,642.09 Capital stock ___________ 25,000.00 Surplus __ 40,000.00 Undivided profits________ 58,795.74 Reserves _______________ 5,000.00 Total capital accounts____ 128,795.74 Total ________________ $1,276,437.83  Total ________________ $1,276,437.83  THE BANK OF RISON, RISON Population 1,298 Cleveland County Chartered March 7, 1932 Transit Number 81-428 Telephone Number FA 5-6251 Officers Directors Herman Davidson___ ______ President Herman Davidson J. E. Goggans J. E. Goggans_______ _____ Vice Pres. James R. Hopson James L. M oore_____ _____ Vice Pres. James L. Moore James R. H opson----- . Asst. Vice Pres. Max M. Smith Hazel Smith ________ _______ Cashier Mary Stephens______ ___Asst. Cashier Glenna Knowles_____ ___Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$ 261,165.13 Demand deposits -------------$1,039,194.40 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 508,911.42 Time & savings deposits__ 602,931.76 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ---------10,337.10 securities _____________ 16,320.09 Public fu n d s____________ 390,982.55 20.00 Securities of federal Other deposits ----------------agencies ______________ 754,750.00 Total deposits___________ 2,043,465.81 Loans and discounts _____ 823,993.38 Total liabilities---------------- 2,043,465.81 Bank premises, Capital stock -----------------50,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 7,456.09 Surplus ------------------------75,000.00 Other assets ____________ 649.13 Undivided profits________ 187,889.77 Reserves _______________ 16,889.66 Total capital accounts____ 329,779.43 Total ________________ $2,373,245.24  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $2,373,245.24  98  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, ROGERS Population 7,600 Benton County Chartered March 13, 1956 Transit Number 81-782 Telephone Number ME 6-4233 Officers Directors Dorman F. Bushong — ......... President Dorman F. Bushong J. A. Rife Hardy A. Stephenson — Exec. Vice Pres. A. N. Garrett Carl Shores Paul L. Neal ________ Cashier Vance Hill F. A. Teague Mrs. Shirlene C able--------- Asst. Cashier Dr. James L. Pickens Mrs. Laura Wierick______Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 853,146.52 Demand deposits ..... $3,221,405.01 U.S. Gov’t obligations------- 709,915.00 Time & savings deposits — 2,021,949.75 Municipal bonds & 74,778.78 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 735,187.98 Public funds ____________ 328,001.03 securities ____________ Other securities Other deposits __________ 21,032.69 (including stock) ______ 24,080.00 Total deposits __________ 5,667,167.26 Loans and discounts ------- 3,716,737.13 Other liabilities _________ 2,875.97 Bank premises, Total liabilities__________ 5,670,043.23 furniture & fixtures_____ 59,820.13 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 Other assets ____________ 9,485.82 Surplus _____________ 100,000.00 Undivided profits________ 238,329.41 Total capital accounts____ 438,329.41 Total ________________ $6,108,372.64  Total ________________ $6,108,372.64  PEOPLES BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, RUSSELLVILLE Population 10,252 Pope County Chartered March 24, 1890 Transit Number 81-118 Telephone Number 967-2112 Officers Directors Donald Barger---------------------- President Donald Barger Cleo Cheek Bert Mullens ________ Exec. Vice Pres. G. M. Cook Harold Ham pton----------------- Vice Pres. Ward J. R am say-----------------Vice Pres. Chas. M. Howell Jno. T. Little _____________ Vice Pres. Ike A. Laws Roy I. Millard, M.D. Tom H argis_________ Asst. Vice Pres. and Trust Officer Flave W. Peters Chas. F. H ow ell---------------------- Cashier Hence J. Priddy Hazel G. L ittle__________ Asst. Cashier J. Madison White Kenneth P. Spencer______ Asst. Cashier Jerry L. Sm ith__________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 2,098,009.07 Demand deposits ___$ 5,842,606.76 U.S. Gov’t obligations___ 2,436,344.77 Time & savings deposits „ 8,203,940.89 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits_____ 103,561.59 securities____________ 1,895,853.62 Public funds ___________ 678,885.44 Securities of federal Deposits of banks______ 101,338.85 agencies _____________ 1,849,734.38 Other d ep osits_________ 52,759.22 Other securities Total deposits__________ 14,983,092.75 (including sto c k )------15,000.00 Total liabilities_________ 14,983,092.75 Loans and discounts ------ 7,331,608.37 Capital s to c k __________ 200,000.00 Bank premises, Surplus ----------------------300,000.00 furniture & fixtures — 283,761.63 Undivided profits_______ 459,378.57 Other real estate-----------1.00 Total capital accounts___ 959,378.57 Other a ssets___________ 32,158.48 T o ta l_______________ $15,942,471.32  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total  $15,942,471.32  Fifty-Second Report  99  THE BANK OF RUSSELLVILLE, RUSSELLVILLE Population 10,252 Pope County Chartered December 23, 1897 Transit Number 81-119 Telephone Number 967-1234 Officers Directors John W. DornBlaser Robert H. Parker G. Harold N e a l___________ President Joe Goodwin Robert H. Parker____Exec. Vice Pres. Joe H. Paulk M. J. Hickey M. J. H ickey_______ Senior Vice Pres. Floyd Ragsdale G. Harold Neal L. R. Roberts James A. Harden______Asst. Vice Pres. Bobby Joe Roderick_________ Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 1,990,024.36 Demand deposits _____ _$ 4,304,573.76 U.S. Gov’t obligations___ 2,737,773.39 Time & savings deposits _ 6,627,748.68 U.S. Gov’t deposits ___ 122.013.89 Municipal bonds & 710,938.59 securities ____________ 1,989,397.88 Public funds _________ Deposits of b ank s____ 110,721.13 Securities of federal 10,002.00 Other deposits _______ 2,563.01 agencies . ----------------Total deposits_________ _ 11,878,559.06 Other securities 15,000.00 Other liabilities ______ (including stock) _____ 120, 000.00 Loans and discounts____ 6,084,061.61 Total liabilities_______ _ 11,998,559.06 Capital stock ________ 150.000. 00 Bank premises, 166,432.48 Surplus ______________ 350.000. 00 furniture & fixtures___ 150,005.00 Undivided profits_____ 643.909.89 Other real estate _______ 31,799.14 Reserves _____________ Other assets ___________ 32,026.91 Total capital accounts _ _ 1,175,936.80 Total _______________ $13,174,495.86  Total _______________ $13,174,495.86  BANK OF SALEM, SALEM Population 713 Fulton County Chartered December 9, 1908 Transit Number 81-430 Telephone Number 895-3204 Officers Directors Jim Humphries_____________ President Fay Castleberry Fay Castleberry______Exec. Vice Pres. George Humphries Corwin M osey ____________ Vice Pres. Jean Humphries George Humphries__________ Cashier Jim Humphries Corwin Mosey Bess O. Northcutt_______ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Liabilities Cash and due from banks _$ 506,308.32 Demand deposits________ $2,056,117.97 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 902,949.19 Time & savings deposits _ 1,025,885.28 U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 18,735.68 Municipal bonds & securities _____________ 427,271.28 Public fu n d s____________ 200,197.91 Other deposits__________ 3,309.00 Securities of federal Total deposits----------------- 3,304,245.84 agencies-------------100,158.34 Loans and discounts- 1,605,497.80 Total liabilities__________ 3,304,245.84 Capital s to c k ___________ 100,000.00 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 100,702.37 S u rp lu s________________ 100,000.00 Undivided profits-----------138,641.46 Total capital accounts____ 338,641.46 Assets  Total ________________ $3,642,887.30  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  T o ta l________________ $3,642,887.30  100  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  LOGAN COUNTY BANK, SCRANTON Population 229 Logan County Chartered April 7, 1926 Transit Number 81-686 Telephone Number 938-2511 Officers Directors Frank A hne________________ President Frank Ahne Joe Fritsche ______________ Vice Pres. Joe Fritsche J. B. Layes Joe Fritsche ________________ Cashier Emma R aper___________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 163,040.67 Demand deposits ________ $ 828,330.82 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 654,393.79 Time & savings deposits__ 406,372.74 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 5,506.74 Municipal bonds & securities ____________ 19,587.40 Public funds ____________ 72,639.40 Loans and discounts _____ 628,244.26 Other deposits __________ 1,641.91 Bank premises, Total deposits __________ 1,314,491.61 furniture & fixtures-----10,450.34 Total liabilities__________ 1,314,491.61 Other assets ____________ 1,145.30 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Surplus _______________ 50,000.00 Undivided profits________ 60,256.72 Reserves . .. _____________ 2,113.43 Total capital accounts____ 162,370.15 Total ________________ $1,476,861.76  Total ________________ $1,476,861.76  FIRST SECURITY BANK, SEARCY Population 8,215 White County Chartered February 6, 1932 Transit Number 81-153 Telephone Number CH 5-5831 Officers Directors E. O. Y ancey______________ President Truman Baker M. O. Thompson B. C. Huddleston_________ Vice Pres. Dr. Clifton L. Ganus, Jr. E. D. Y ancey______________ Vice Pres. B. C. Huddleston E. D. Yancey Ralph D un can _____________ Vice Pres. Joe S. Pierce E. O. Yancey Guy Humphries ____________ Cashier J. W. Sanford Ray A. Yarnell E. D. Crow __________ Asst. Cashier Wilbur D obbins_________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT C Assets Cash and due from banks $ 1,677,888.87 U.S. Gov’t obligations___ 1,712,764.07 Municipal bonds & securities __________ 1,486,961.63 Loans and discounts____ 5,420,600.61 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures___ 107,700.00 Other real estate________ 3,000.00 Other assets ___________ 4,567.18  Total _______________ $10,413,482.36  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Demand deposits _______ $ Time & savings deposits _ U.S. Gov’t deposits _____ Public funds ___________ Deposits of banks ______ Other deposits _________ Total deposits__________ Other liabilities ________ Total liabilities_________ Capital stock __________ Surplus _______________ Undivided profits_______ Total capital accounts___  4,864,565.06 3,307,929.38 195,532.47 1,066,582.58 42,674.32 36,587.79 9,513,871.60 12,000.00 9,525,871.60 300,000.00 300,000.00 287,610.76 887,610.76  Total _______________ $10,413,482.36  Fifty-Second Report  101  THE SEARCY BANK, SEARCY Population 8,215 White County Chartered May 1, 1943 Transit Number 81-154 Telephone Number CH 5-2461 Officers Directors Jack Powell Ewing P. Pyeatt — __ Chairman of Board Cal Aclin Ewing P. Pyeatt Leslie Carmichael J. J. Pyeatt ...... ____ _____ President J. J. Pyeatt Exec. Vice Pres. J. T. Cone Wayne Hartsfield Phillip Pyeatt Frank Leavitt___ Vice Pres. & Cashier M. M. Garrison Wayne Pyeatt Edwin M. Hubach Marion Schwartz . _________Vice Pres. Troyce S. Smith Frank Leavitt Joe T. O’G u in __ _________Vice Pres. J. E. Lightle, Jr. Major Pickens__ ______ Asst. Cashier June Jennings___ ______ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks $ 1,764,121.43 Demand deposits ______ $ 6,468,903.86 U.S. Gov’t obligations___ 2,250,440.58 Time & savings deposits „ 4,606,761.58 U.S. Gov’t deposits _____ 190,995.05 Municipal bonds & securities ___________ 2,892,973.55 Public funds ___________ 1,016,419.60 Deposits of banks ______ 7,943.15 Securities of federal 700,000.00 Other deposits __________ 16,696.79 agencies __________ Total deposits__________ 12,307,720.03 Other securities 7,500.00 Total liabilities__________ 12,307,720.03 (including stock) _____ 400,000.00 Loans and discounts ____ 5,626,395.71 Capital stock ___________ Surplus ____ 300,000.00 Bank premises, 426,887.09 176,416.39 Undivided profits_______ furniture & fixtures___ 1.00 Total capital accounts___ 1,126,887.09 Other real estate________ 16,758.46 Other assets ___________ Total _______________ $13,434,607.12  Total _______________ $13,434,607.12  GRANT COUNTY BANK, SHERIDAN Population 1,938 Grant County Chartered July 29, 1903 Transit Number 81-432 Telephone Number 942-2501 Directors Officers A. L. Blakely J. A. M cC oy_______________ President D. G. Gordon A. L. Blakely_____________ Vice Pres. D. E. McCoy, Jr. D. E. McCoy, Jr___ __________ Cashier D. E. McCoy, Sr. Harold Boatright_________ Asst. Cashier J. A. McCoy Sue D. D a v is____________Asst. Cashier Coats A. Mitchell Olga M. W inkle__________ Asst. Cashier Bobbie J. Spencer_________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks .. 539,558.29 Demand deposits ___ $2,036,884.62 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 580,910.88 Time & savings deposits__ 976,877.70 26,009.41 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ Municipal bonds & securities ____________ 744,609.28 Public fu n d s____________ 258,505.36 Other securities 20,205.60 Deposits of banks _______ (including stock) ______ 6,000.00 Other deposits __________ 39,660.84 Loans and discounts _____ 1,948,221.19 Total deposits___________ 3,358,143.53 Bank premises, Other liabilities _________ 138,328.57 furniture & fixtures____ 186,065.93 Total liabilities__________ 3,496,472.10 Other real estate_________ 16,000.00 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Surplus ________________ 150,000.00 Undivided profits________ 324,893.47 Total capital accounts____ 524,893.47 Total ________________ $4,021,365.57  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $4,021,365.57  102  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF SIDNEY, SIDNEY Population 97 Sharp County Chartered September 23, 1912 Transit Number 81-522 Telephone Number AT 3-5295 Officers Directors Thomas A. B on e____________President Thomas A. Bone R. C. Pounders ___________ Vice Pres. R. C. Pounders Atalee C. Pounders_________ Cashier Atalee C. Pounders Donita F o re____________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 112,458.95 Demand deposits________$ 375,592.62 375,592.62 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 280,000.00 Total deposits___________ Loans and discounts_____ 11,380.00 Total liabilities__________ 375,592.62 Bank premises, Capital stock ___________ 5,000.00 13,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 2.00 Surplus ________________ Other assets ____________ 70.79 Undivided profits ________ 10,319.12 Total capital accounts____ 28,319.12 Total ________________ $ 403,911.74  Total ________________ $ 403,911.74  ARKANSAS STATE BANK, SILOAM SPRINGS Population 4,774 Benton County Chartered January 12, 1960 Transit Number 81-785 Telephone Number 524-4131 Officers Directors G. E. Comstock____________ President Graydon E. Comstock M. H. Simmons C. Ralph Jones Wallace G. Stone W. G. S ton e______________ Vice Pres. Bob Stalnaker ______________ Cashier Lloyd E. Peterson Delbert E. Allen  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 636,586.72 Demand deposits------------ $1,832,822.38 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 548,603.90 Time & savings deposits__ 1,520,481.77 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 76,542.12 Municipal bonds & 106,145.07 securities ____________ 294,158.52 Public fu n d s____________ Other deposits __________ 26,966.84 Securities of federal agencies______________ 250,262.94 Total deposits___________ 3,562,958.18 102,581.80 Loans and discounts_____ 2,192,258.73 Other liabilities_________ Total liabilities__________ 3,665,539.98 Bank premires, 100,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 31,529.80 Capital stock ___________ 75,000.00 Other assets ____________ 5,081.82 Surplus ________________ Undivided profits________ 117,942.45 Total capital accounts____ 292,942.45 Total ________________ $3,958,482.43  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total _l_______________$3,958,482.43  Fifty-Second Report  103  BRATT-WASSON BANK, SILOAM SPRINGS Population 4,774 Benton County Chartered July 29, 1932 Transit Number 81-432 Telephone Number 524-5141 Officers Directors Art Melson ______ President Tom W hiteside___ Field Wasson _____ _____ Vice Pres. Rebecca Shreve Elsie Sumner Marion Wasson, Jr. _____ Vice Pres. Field Wasson Elsie Sumner_____ Asst. Vice Pres. Marion Wasson, Jr. Art Melson ______ _________ Cashier Genevieve Wasson Patsy E u dy_______ ___ Asst. Cashier Tom Whiteside A. W. McFadin, Jr. ___Asst. Cashier ___Asst. Cashier Grace Phillips____  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks $1,251,654.13 Demand deposits ________ $4,377,937.55 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 2,237,921.36 Time & savings deposits__ 2,986,515.92 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 67,775.29 Municipal bonds & securities ____________ 354,442.44 Public fu n d s____________ 361,705.28 Other securities Other deposits __________ 7,450.20 (including stock) ______ 12,000.00 Total deposits___________ 7,801,384.24 Loans and discounts _____ 4,394,561.28 Total liabilities__________ 7,801,384.24 Capital stock ___________ 150,000.00 Bank premises, 100,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 26,141.11 Capital debentures_______ Other real estate_________ 58,360.00 Surplus ________________ 250,000.00 Other assets ____________ 61,295,48 Undivided profits________ 51,829.74 Reserves _______________ 43,161.82 Total capital accounts____ 594,991.56 Total ________________$8,396,375.80  T o t a l_________________ $8,396,375.80  SMACKOVER STATE BANK, SMACKOVER Population 2,434 Union County Chartered April 28, 1928 Transit Number 81-654 Telephone Number PA 5-3051 Officers Directors Max A. Mitcham__________ President Max A. Mitcham L. E. Tennyson, Jr. L. E. Tennyson, Jr___ ______ Vice Pres. Homer T. Rogers Richard H. Vickers Max O T aylor____________ Vice Pres. James M. Tennyson Mrs. Audna L. W ard_________ Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks _$ 895,286.29 Demand deposits________ $2,048,633.94 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,098,062.37 Time & savings deposits__ 2,446,073.67 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 49,907.83 securities_____________ 924,198.15 Public fu n d s____________ 392,071.53 Other securities Other deposits __________ 11,257.51 (including stock) ______ 12,002.00 Total deposits___________ 4,947,944.48 Loans and discounts_____ 2,559,789.55 Total liabilities__________ 4,947,944.48 Bank premises, Capital stock ___________ 150,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 24,638.57 Surplus ________________ 250,000.00 Other a ssets____________ 7,128.69 Undivided profits________ 173,161.14 Total capital accounts____ 573,161.14 Total ________________ $5,521,105.62  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $5,521,105.62  104  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CITIZENS BANK, SMITHVILLE Population 75 Lawrence County Chartered March 23, 1901 Transit Number 81-434 Telephone Number 528-3516 Officers Directors R. S. Rainwater____ ____ President Earl D. Perkins William Rainwater A. M. Starr _______ ------Vice Pres. R. S. Rainwater J. M. Raney Boyce D urham _____ _____ Cashier Sloan Rainwater A. M. Starr Homer E. M ize____ ... Asst. Cashier Virginia Rainwater STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 109,645.62 Demand deposits _______ $ 495,404.07 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 114,557.27 Public funds ____ 97,142.43 Municipal bonds & Total deposits ___________ 592,546.50 securities ___ 231,936.77 Other liabilities _________ 25,724.25 Loans and discounts ____ 343,259.16 Total liabilities__________ 618,270.75 Bank premises, Capital stock ___________ 25,000.00 furniture & fixtures ____ 551.00 Surplus _______________ 25,000.00 256.67 Undivided profits________ 131,935.74 Other assets ____________ Total capital accounts____ 181,935.74 Total ________________$ 800,206.49  Total _________________$ 800,206.49  MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK, SPARKMAN Population 787 Dallas County Chartered September 9, 1916 Transit Number 81-581 Telephone Number 678-2251 Officers Directors Garland Gaston ____ ________ President Garland Gaston Benton Taylor C. E. H a y s____ Vice Pres. & Cashier C. E. Hays Ray White STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 194,580.72 Demand deposits ________ $ U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 498,228.17 Time & savings deposits__ Other securities U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ (including stock) ______ 68,153.40 Public fu n d s_____________ Loans and discounts _____ 289,532.26 Other deposits ---------------Bank premises, Total deposits___________ furniture & fixtures ____ 3,923.61 Total liabilities__________ Capital stock ___________ Surplus ___ Undivided profits__ _____ Total capital accounts____ Total ________________ $1,054,418.16  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  600,256.52 263,292.42 2,990.60 57,299.91 2,796.64 926,636.09 926,636.09 25,000.00 50,000.00 52,782.07 127,782.07  Total ________________ $1,054,418.16  Fifty-Second Report  105  FIRST STATE BANK, SPRINGDALE Population 11,895 Washington County Chartered February 12, 1923 Transit Number 81-856 Telephone Number PL 1-4681 Officers Directors Shelby Ford _____ _______ President J. T. Bain Elmer Johnson Thurman Parsons J. T. Bain _______ ... Exec. Vice Pres. C. B. Brogdon Dr. Friedman Sisco Elmer Johnson ___ ______ Vice Pres. Shelby Ford H. E. Schmieding Joe M. Steele . .. __ _______ Vice Pres. C. L. George Joe M. Steele Mace D. Howell _ _______ Vice Pres. Tom Hargis A. P. Wilson Ross Stout _______ ______ Vice Pres. J. E. Hinshaw R. A. Bryant ____ _________ Cashier Mace D. Howell Wilma Sam uel____ ____ Asst. Cashier Clement B. Test ..... ____ Asst. Cashier Robert Z. Goodwin ____ Asst. Cashier Marcella Sharum_ ____ Asst. Cashier Wesley L. Burkett _ ____ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks $ 1,576,852.27 Demand deposits ______$ 6,103,768.36 Time & savings deposits _ 5,942,001.68 U.S. Gov’t obligations___ 2,215,589.21 238,547.61 U.S. Gov’t deposits ___ Municipal bonds & securities . _____ 1,727,663.99 Public fu n d s__________ . 2,280,554.25 30,000.00 Deposits of banks ____ Securities of federal 22,916.04 agencies_____________ 1,224,806.25 Other deposits Federal funds so ld ______ 1,200,000.00 Total deposits_______ . 14,617,787.94 21.006.91 Loans and discounts____ 7,209,730.22 Other liabilities _____ Bank premises, Total liabilities______ . 14,638,794.85 furniture & fixtures___ 228,263.00 Capital stock _______ 250.000. 00 250.000. 00 Other real estate________ 44,067.61 Surplus ____________ Other assets ___________ 7,773.21 Undivided profits___ 95.950.91 200. 000 . 00 Reserves ___________ 795,950.91 Total capital accounts Total  $15,434,745.76  Total  $15,434,745.76  BODCAW BANK, STAMPS Population 2,591 Lafayette County Chartered December 8, 1902 Transit Number 81-436 Telephone Number LE 3-4492 Officers Directors J. C. C abe_________________ President George Baker Charles Cross R. T. Boulware ___________ Vice Pres. R. T. Boulware C. C. Russell J. C. Cabe A. O. Smith C. C. R ussell____Vice Pres. & Cashier Jim Stevens____________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 331,503.59 Demand deposits________ $1,117,760.43 Time & savings deposits__ 1,543,214.14 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,016,130.13 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 17,188.27 Municipal bonds & 322,595.36 securities _____________ 736,217.86 Public fu n d s____________ Other deposits __________ 15,580.82 Other securities (including sto c k )__________________ 3.00Total deposits___________ 3,016,339.02 Loans and discounts _____ 1,370,858.04 Total liabilities__________ 3,016,339.02 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Bank premises, 250,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 33,045.00 Surplus ------------------------172,434.68 Other real estate_________ 13.00 Undivided profits________ Other assets ____________ 1,003.08 Total capital accounts____ 472,434.68 Total ________________ $3,488,773.70  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $3,488,773.70  106  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF STAR CITY, STAR CITY Population 1,760 Lincoln County Chartered April 7, 1925 Transit Number 81-437 Telephone Number MA 8-4241 Officers Directors W. R. Alsobrook____________ President Bob Alsobrook Clyde E. F is h _____________ Vice Pres. W. R. Alsobrook Gilma D. Smith, S r .________ Vice Pres. Mrs. W. R. Alsobrook Hubert Eastham ____________ Cashier Hubert Eastham Mrs. Anneta M oore______Asst. Cashier Clyde E. Fish William R. D avidson____Asst. Cashier Gilma D. Smith, Sr.  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks _$ 582,015.29 Demand deposits ------------ $1,194,616.92 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 731,985.00 Time & savings deposits__ 688,392.40 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 39,917.72 Municipal bonds & securities ____________ 525,494.49 Public fu n d s____________ 280,586.20 Loans and discounts_____ 754,241.07 Deposits of banks _______ 70,676.51 Bank premises, Other deposits __________ 8,298.62 furniture & fixtures____ 23,365.04 Total deposits___________ 2,282,488.37 Other assets ____________ 88.51 Other liabilities _________ 13,346.51 Total liabilities__________ 2,295,834.88 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 Surplus ________________ 200,000.00 Undivided profits-----------21,354.52 Total capital accounts____ 321,354.52 Total ________________ $2,617,189.40  Total ________________ $2,617,189.40  THE STEPHENS SECURITY BANK, STEPHENS Population 1,275 Ouachita County Chartered February 8, 1946 Transit Number 81-755 Telephone Number ST 6-5614 Officers Directors Guy C. Pruitt Charles T. Reveley__________ President H. L. Arrington Guy C. Pruitt________ Exec. Vice Pres. T. E. Evans Charles T. Reveley T. E. E vans________________ Cashier G. W. Haltom Guy R. Smith Mrs. DeLois Chambers__Asst. Cashier Dr. H. G. Heamsberger, Jr. Joe J. Wade STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 444,937.88 Demand deposits------------ $1,276,930.48 U.S. Gov’t obligations________________ 703,386.76 Time & savings deposits__ 953,238.95 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits--------------------------- 40,212.01 233,330.09 securities _____________ 268,474.70 Public fu n d s____________ Total deposits___________ 2,503,711.53 Securities of federal agencies _____________ 9,900.00 Total liabilities__________ 2,503,711.53 Capital s to c k ----------------75,000.00 Loans and discounts_ 1,280,921.66 Surplus ________________ 75,000.00 Bank premises, Undivided profits________ 77,502.35 furniture & fixtures________________ 13,976.21 Total capital accounts____ 227,502.35 Other real estate____ 5,277.57 Other a ssets----------4,339.10 Total ________________ $2,731,213.88  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $2,731,213.88  Fifty-Second Report  107  CITIZENS BANK, STRONG Population 741 Union County Chartered January 19, 1931 Transit Number 81-441 Telephone Number SY 7-7361 Officers Directors O. B. C lark________________ President O. B. Clark C. H. Lewis C. R. Mason J. E. C ooper______________ Vice Pres. J. E. Cooper B. Finney ________________ Cashier B. Finney E. W. Smith Mrs. L. K. Robertson____Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks $ 198,471.56 Demand deposits _______ $ 801,113,68 . 520,393.00 Time & savings deposits__ 439,832.84 U.S. Gov’t obligations .. U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 2,999.78 Municipal bonds & 105,705.39 85,729.89 Public funds ________ securities ________ Other deposits __________ 3,315.80 Other securities (including stock) ______ 1.00 Total deposits___________ 1,352,967.49 46,421.20 Loans and discounts _____ 862,146.46 Other liabilities ____ Total liabilities__________ 1,399,388.69 Bank premises, 50,000.00 furniture & fixtures ____ 2,526.51 Capital stock ___________ Surplus ________________ 100,000.00 Undivided profits________ 119,879.73 Total capital accounts____ 269,879.73 Total ________________ $1,669,268.42  Total ____________ ____$1,669,268.42  THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, STUTTGART Population 10,242 Arkansas County Chartered December 29, 1944 Transit Number 81-747 Telephone Number 922-1512 Officers Directors Edgar C. D iggs____ _______President W. C. Bogard D. B. Davis _____ ______Vice Pres. R. B. Curtis ______Vice Pres. D. B. Davis Russell McCollum Bob Garner ______ _____ Vice Pres. Edgar C. Diggs and Trust Officer Russell McCollum Artie Seidenschwarz _____ Vice Pres. David C. McDonald and Cashier Chet L. Pond, Jr. D. W. Tweedy Lela M. Karkur___ ___Asst. Cashier Ona Belle K och ___ ___ Asst. Cashier Ralph Wilson Lloyd R atcliff_____ ___ Asst. Cashier Louise K elley-------- ___ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 2,094,858.85 Demand deposits _______$ 6,299,490.84 U.S. Gov’t obligations___ 1,174,731.25 Time & savings deposits ~ 5,184,269.66 246,388.70 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits_____ securities ____________ 897,866.96 Public funds __________ 850,493.10 Loans and discounts------ 9,494,188.99 Other deposits _________ 74,309.50 Bank premises, Total deposits__________ 12,654,951.80 75,000.00 Total liabilities_________ 12,654,951.80 furniture & fixtures___ Other real estate________ 1.00 Capital stock ---------------300,000.00 Other assets ___________ 1,350.55 Surplus _______________ 300,000.00 Undivided profits_______ 481,680.59 Reserves . .. ____________ 1,366.21 Total capital accounts___ 1,083,046.80 T o ta l_______________ $13,737,998.60  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total _______________ $13,737,998.60  108  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CITIZENS BANK, TILLAR Population 232 Drew County Chartered December 29, 1944 Transit Number 81-747 Telephone Number EX 2-2571 Officers Directors J. H. K im bro______________ President J. H. Kimbro C. R. Prewitt ____________ Vice Pres. Wiley A. McGehee Hampton Pugh ___________ Vice Pres. C. R. Prewitt J. H. Kimbro ________________ Cashier Hampton Pugh Helen C layton__________ Asst. Cashier Geneva B. Willingham___Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 127,266.91 Demand deposits ______ $ 393,995.69 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 88,226.56 Time & savingsdeposits___ 154,085.12 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 6,717.50 securities ___________ 117,307.56 Public fu n d s_____________ 85,974.96 Securities of federal Other deposits ___________ 6,134.88 agencies---------------------- 115,000.00 Total deposits ___________ 646,908.15 Loans and discounts _____ 345,798.78 Total liabilities___________ 646,908.15 Bank premises, Capital stock ____________ 25,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 5,575.33 Surplus _________________ 100,000.00 Other assets -----------------825.58 Undivided profits_________ 28,092.57 Total capital accounts____ 153,092.57 Total ________________$ 800,000.72  Total ________________ $ 800,000.72  BANK OF TRUMANN, TRUMANN Population 5,013 Poinsett County Chartered October 26, 1911 Transit Number 81-488 Telephone Number 483-6333 Officers Directors R. H. Taylor_______________ President J. F. Lady Norris C. Taylor Clyde Robertson, Ir. _______ Vice Pres. Eugene Pounds R. H. Taylor and Cashier Clifford C. Purvis Earl Yarbrough Eugene Pounds_________ Asst. Cashier Clyde Robertson, Jr. Edith D am eron_________ Asst. Cashier J. C. Stuckey Kenneth K. Yarbrough M. T. Byrn, Honorary STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $1,148,504.19 Demand deposits _______ Time & savings deposits _ U.S. Gov’t obligations___ . 1,132,883.51 U.S. Gov’t deposits_____ Municipal bonds & securities ..... _____ . 491,242.46 Public funds ....... ........... Total deposits _________ Securities of federal agencies_____________ . 300,000.00 Other liabilities ________ Loans and discounts ____ . 3,367,509.43 Total liabilities_________ Bank premises, Capital stock __________ ... _________ 73,579.11 Surplus furniture & fixtures___ 151.34 Undivided profits.............. Other assets ___________ Reserves ___________ Total capital accounts__ Total ...  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $6,513,870.04  $2,344,550.40 . 2,656,349.03 . 238,597.29 . 717,129.52 . 5,956,626.24 17,574.43 . 5,974,200.67 . 100,000.00 . 220,000.00 . 214,077.91 5,591.46 _ 539,669.37  Total ________________ $6,513,870.04  Fifty-Second Report  109  BANK OF TUCKERMAN, TUCKERMAN Population 1,539 Jackson County Chartered November 8, 1902 Transit Number 81-448 Telephone Number 349-2200 Officers Directors J. L. Parrott Van Smith . _______________ President O. B. Armstrong C. E. Harrison F. L. Penix Cornelius A d cox______Asst. Vice Pres. Van Smith Calvin W. Whitlow __________ Cashier R. O. Norris STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks $ 352,699.00 Demand deposits________ $1,343,764.71 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 586,672.83 Time & savings deposits __ 751,470.12 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 5,053.23 Municipal bonds & securities _____________ 565,672.50 Public funds ___________ 280,868.96 Other securities Deposits of banks _______ 22,591.73 (including stock) ______ 750.00 Other deposits __________ 721.66 Loans and discounts _____ 1,249,693.83 Total deposits___________ 2,404,470.41 Bank premises, Other liabilities _________ 1,796.49 furniture & fixtures____ 2.00 Total liabilities__________ 2,406,266.90 Other assets ____________ 1,051.21 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Surplus . ______________ 100,000.00 Undivided profits________ 180,274.47 Reserves _______________ 20,000.00 Total capital accounts____ 350,274.47 Total ________________$2,756,541.37  Total ________________ $2,756,541.37  TYRONZA BANK, TYRONZA Population 601 Poinsett County Chartered October 1, 1951 Transit Number 81-770 Telephone Number 487-2161 Officers Directors R. A. Lynch ______________ President A. A. Banks Charles F. Luter D. F. Wylie _____________ Vice Pres. C. M. Beley H. F. Norcross Charles F. L uter_____Asst. Vice Pres. John H. Emrich D. F. Wylie Ernestine Sanders ___________ Cashier R. A. Lynch C. M. B eley ________________ Secretary STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks _$ 358,842.44 Demand deposits ________ $ 862,482.83 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 259,211.25 Time & savings deposits__ 740,447.65 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 18,749.77 securities _____________ 114,752.02 Public fu n d s____________ 127,022.75 Other securities Other deposits __________ 3,343.32 (including stock) ______ 3,900.00 Total deposits___________ 1,752,046.32 Loans and discounts _____ 1,184,666.19 Total liabilities__________ 1,752,046.32 Bank premises, Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 Furniture & fixtures____ 6,388.90 Surplus ________________ 50,000.00 Other real estate-------------7,001.00 Undivided profits________ 85,863.52 Other assets ------------------3,148.04 Total capital accounts____ 185,863.52 Total ________________ $1,937,909.84  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ________________ $1,937,909.84  110  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, VAN BUREN Population 7,805 Crawford County Chartered December 20, 1910 Transit Number 81-101 Telephone Number GR 4-2342 Officers Directors B. M. M ood y--------------------President Raymond Allen Basil M. Moody R. C. A lle n ______________ Vice Pres. Lonnie Batchelor Ruth C. Moody E. P. Hobbs _______________ Cashier Eugene P. Hobbs STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 544,886.66 Demand deposits________ $2,059,565.47 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 1,810,575.18 Time & savings deposits__ 2,379,794.60 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 3,289.39 securities _________ 731,713.22 Public fu n d s____________ 279,625.62 Securities of federal Other deposits ---------------15,535.96 agencies ____________ 100,000.00 Total deposits___________ 4,737,811.04 Other securities Other liabilities _________ 41,655.00 (including stock) ______ 1.00 Total liabilities__________ 4,779,466.04 Loans and discounts _____ 1,916,980.51 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 Bank premises, Surplus ________________ 100,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 117,900.04 Undivided profits-----------242,590.57 Total capital accounts____ 442,590.57 Total ________________ $5,222,056.61  Total ________________ $5,222,056.61  PEOPLES BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, VAN BUREN Population 7,805 Crawford County Chartered August 12, 1933 Transit Number 81-100 Telephone Number GR 4-6801 Officers Directors J. J. Izard __________________ President Judge Carl Creekmore Clyman E. Izard Clyman E. Izard _____Exec. Vice Pres. C. J. Franklin J. J. Izard Bessie Maud Izard Judge Carl Creekmore------- Vice Pres. Frank W offord_______________ Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 979,730.08 Demand deposits------------ $3,052,034.10 U.S. Gov’t obligations------ 1,510,989.36 Time & savings deposits__ 2,666,876.63 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 45,301.77 securities _____________ 624,137.76 Public fun ds____________ 261,049.50 Securities of federal Other deposits __________ 33,945.22 agencies_________ 361,625.20 Total deopsits___________ 6,059,207.22 Loans and discounts_ 2,940,900.12 Other liabilities _________ 25,019.75 Bank premises, Total liabilities---------------- 6,084,226.97 furniture & fixtures____ 101,400.00 Capital stock ----------------100,000.00 Other real estate____ 12,000.00 S u rp lu s________________ 100,000.00 Other assets ____________ 188.71 Undivided profits________ 236,744.26 Reserves _______________ 10,000.00 Total capital accounts____ 446,744.26 Total ________________ $6,530,971.23  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  T o t a l________________ $6,530,971.23  Fifty-Second Report  111  BANK OF WALDO, WALDO Population 1,722 Columbia County Chartered September 2, 1899 Transit Number 81-265 Telephone Number 693-5858 Officers Directors Mrs. Cora M. Howell J. Thurston H ow ell_________ President J. Thurston Howell Mrs. J. Thurston Howell ___Vice Pres. Mary H. M artin____________ Cashier Mrs. J. Thurston Howell STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 171,017.79 Demand deposits ________ $ 577,094.60 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 452,736.07 Time & savings deposits__ 477,296.71 U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 3,040.94 Municipal bonds & 111,080.62 securities ____ 10,000.00 Public fu n d s____________ Total deposits___________ 1,168,512.87 Securities of federal agencies _____________ 125,000.00 Total liabilities__________ 1,168,512.87 Loans and discounts_____ 530,471.20 Capital stock ___________ 25,000.00 Bank premises, Surplus ________________ 25,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 20.00 Undivided profits________ 33,485.46 Other assets ____________ 435.49 Reserves _______________ 37,682.22 Total capital accounts____ 121,167.68 Total ________________ $1,289,680.55  Total ________________ $1,289,680.55  THE PEOPLES BANK, WALDO Population 1,722 Columbia County Chartered June 22, 1910 Transit Number 81-266 Telephone Number 693-5533 Officers Directors Harold Fincher______________ President R. P. Clark D. J. Fincher R. P. C lark_______________ Vice Pres. G. L. Fincher W. B. Sawyer Ronnie Meador _____________ Cashier Harold Fincher Betty Lou Scott  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Cash and due from banks _$ 213,408.87 Demand deposits________ $ 849,911.08 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 812,506.58 Time & savings deposits__ 1,357,306.64 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 8,116.27 Securities of federal agencies _____________ 380,000.00 Public fu n d s____________ 177,539.26 Loans and discounts_ 1,271,327.10 Deposits of b ank s_______ 10,000.00 Other d eposits--------------8,857.50 Bank premises, furniture & fixtures____ 2.00 Total deposits----------------- 2,411,730.84 Other real estate____ 1.00 Total liabilities__________ 2,411,730.84 Capital s to c k ----------------62,500.00 Surplus ________________ 137,500.00 Undivided profits________ 65,514.71 Total capital accounts________________ 265,514.7 Assets  T o t a l________________ $2,677,245.55  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  T o ta l________________ $2,677,245.55  112  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF WALDRON, WALDRON Population 1,758 Scott County Chartered April 3, 1901 Transit Number 81-239 Telephone Number 637-6411 Officers Directors Marvin E. Phelps________ __ President Glenn Abbott Wm. Knox Dozier Orval K. Goodner_______ _Vice Pres. M. C. Bird O. K. Goodner Wm. Knox D ozier_______ ____ Cashier Isom Crutchfield S. E. Mitchell Blanche E. Stephens Asst. Cashier J. A. Dalton Theo Money Patsy Hawkins____ Asst. Cashier Charlye V. Davidson Marvin E. Phelps W. W. Davis STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks _$ 624,757.07 Demand deposits _______ $2,536,666.17 U.S. Gov’t obligations------ 970,115.13 Time & savings deposits__ 2,189,226.44 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 51,171.80 securities _____________ 678,098.57 Public funds ____________ 261,961.54 Securities of federal Other deposits __________ 9,435.42 agencies_________ 200,000.00 Total deposits ___________ 5,048,461.37 Federal funds so ld __ 9,000.00 Other liabilities__________ 31,630.08 Loans and discounts _____ 2,863,789.58 Total liabilities__________ 5,080,091.45 Bank premises, Capital stock ___________ 150.000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 150,203.62 Surplus _________________ 116,644.54 Other real estate____ 1.00 Reserves _______________ 416,644.54 Other assets -----------------771.02 Total capital accounts________ _______ Total ________________ $5,496,735.99  Total ________________ $5,496,735.99  WARREN BANK, WARREN Population 6,752 Bradley County Chartered December 28, 1901 Transit Number 81-160 Telephone Number CA 6-2122 Officers Directors John T. Ederington__________ President L. H. Derby, Jr. G. C. Sangster________ Exec. Vice Pres. John T. Ederington J. B. Frazer ______________ Vice Pres. Louis W. Ederington Louis W. Ederington_______ Vice Pres. J. B. Frazer Gerald D. Burton___________ Cashier F. Martin Hankins Margaret S. Thompson____Asst. Cashier J. E. Hurley, Jr. S. B. Meek, Jr. Katie R. Campbell________ Asst. Cashier J. C. M oseley____________ Asst. Cashier G. C. Sangster Pauline Hollingsworth___Asst. Cashier M. C. Singer Be .t I o v ett_____________ Asst. Cashier G. F. Wynne, M.D. STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and lue from banks -$1,096,682.42 Demand deposits _________$2,984,190.98 U.S. Gov’, obligations____ 1,297,053.87 Time & savings deposits__ 4,343,286.47 Mimic p 1 bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 52,277.10 securit'cj _____________ 1,454,943.45 Public fu n d s_____________ 296,211.22 Loans and discounts _____ 4,461,819.33 Other deposits ___________ 11,925.91 Bank preruses, Total deposits____________ 7,687,891.68 furnitu 2 & fixtures____ 80,775.02 Total liabilities___________ 7,687,891.68 Other re:i estate_________ 1.00 Capital stock ____________ 150,000.00 Other assets ____________ 27,928.80 Undivided profits_________ 116,496.22 Surplus ________________ 250,000.00 Reserves _______________ 214,815.99 Total capital accounts____ 731,312.21 ot.  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$8,419,203.89  Total  —$8,419,203.89  Fifty-Second Report  113  BANK OF WEINER, WEINER Population 669 Poinsett County Chartered April 2, 1909 Transit Number 81-456 Telephone Number 684-2221 Officers Directors _______President E. E. Hogue F. R. Huber E. E. H ogu e_____ H. E. Winters ___ ___ _ Vice Pres. John R. Hogue R. H. Ziegenhora H. E. Winters John Hogue _____ _______ Cashier Malcolm C. Hogue Marcus Hogue Niles B ise________ ___ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Assets Liabilities $2,207,644.84 Cash and due from banks $ 587,176.82 Demand deposits .......... U.S. Gov’t obligations_____ 779,751.38 Time & savings deposits _ 1,502,523.60 U.S. Gov’t deposits ______ 12,685.15 Municipal bonds & _________ 176,250.09 securities .... ........ 511,142.49 Public funds 83,753.41 Loans and discounts _____ 2,463,662.46 Deposits of banks _______ Other deposits __________ 2,825.46 Bank premises, Total deposits __________ 3,985,682.55 furniture & fixtures ..._ 74,199.09 Other assets ___ 7,537.17 Other liabilities _________ 755.59 Total liabilities__________ 3,986,438.14 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 Surplus _____ 150,000.00 Undivided profits__ 187,031.27 Total capital accounts___ ... 437,031.27 Total  ______________ $4,423,469.41  Total _____________ _ ..$ 4 ,423,469.41  MERCHANTS AND FARMERS BANK, WEST HELENA Population 8,385 Phillips County Chartered October 4, 1948 Transit Number 81-763 Telephone Number JU 5-3481 Officers Directors Fulton Simpson____Chairman of Board James P. Baker, Jr. J. L. Linder V. D. Simmons ____________ President Brooks Griffin Jesse Porter S. H. Hurst S. H. Hurst ______________ Vice Pres. V. D. Simmons Fulton Simpson Roy B. Warren___Vice Pres. & Cashier C. L. Harris Helen B. B ack ___________ Asst. Cashier E. F. Kalb Juanita Clements_________ Asst. Cashier Dorothy W hite___________ Asst. Cashier Lanny Ray H ill...______i_ Asst. Cashier  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks ..$1,181,046.25 Demand deposits________ $3,031,601.97 U.S. Gov’t obligations ____ 886,913.89 Time & savings deposits__ 3,342,103.22 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 28,724.24 Municipal bonds & securities _____________ 82,080.21 Public fu n d s____________ 1,916,773.31 Other deposits__________ 34,333.29 Securities of federal agencies______________ 1,437,894.91 Total deposits___________ 8,353,536.03 Other liabilities _________ 72,762.81 Other securities (including sto c k )______ 51,050.00 Total liabilities__________ 8,426,298.84 Loans and discounts_____ 5,099,449.86 Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 Bank premises, Surplus ________________ 250,000.00 furniture & fixtures-----173,662.28 Undivided profits________ 135,798.56 Total capital accounts____ 485,798.56 Total ..._______________$8,912,097.40  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  T o ta l________________ $8,912,097.40  114  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF WEST MEMPHIS, WEST MEMPHIS Population 23,302 Crittenden County Chartered April 21, 1928 Transit Number 81-695 Telephone Number RE 5-2922 Officers Directors B. J. Lambert, Ir......._______ President O. I. Bollinger B. J. Lambert, III B. J. Lambert, I I I __ ----------- Vice Pres, Lloyd C. McCuiston, Jr. Taylor Claiborne ________ Cashier D. B. Clement Roy R. Morley Mildred E am ey ____ _____Asst. Cashier H. R. Dabbs J. Everett Norfleet Ruth Manchester________Asst. Cashier P. M. Dacus Jack W. Rich Roy Marshall______ ------- Asst. Cashier James C. Hale J. H. Spears W. K. Ingram J. C. Tennison B. P. Lambert, Jr. STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks $ 2,788,802.31 Demand deposits..............$ 6,811,646.64 U.S. Gov’t obligations___ 1,318,177.59 Time & savings deposits _ 4,052,771.21 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits_____ 203,515.58 securities____________ 2,693,727.33 Public fu n d s____________ 1,901,294.32 294,550.09 Securities of federal Deposits of b an k s______ agencies - ____________ 850,198.25 Other deposits _________ 61,083.86 Other securities Total deposits__________ 13,324,861.70 (including sto c k )_____ 1,000.00 Total liabilities_________ 13,324,861.70 500,000.00 Loans and discounts____ 6,637,532.86 Capital stock ---------------Bank premises, Surplus 500,000.00 furniture & fixtures___ 204,327.74 Undivided profits----------204,640.11 Other a sse ts___________ 35,735.73 Total capital accounts___ 1,204,640.11 Total _______________ $14,529,501.81  Total _______________ $14,529,501.81  RICE GROWERS BANK, WHEATLEY Population 433 St. Francis County Chartered September 27, 1909 Transit Number 81-458 Telephone Number 457-2311 Officers Directors Robert Carvell William L. Homer, J r .--------- President William L. Homer, Jr. Robert Carvell------Vice Pres. & Cashier Mayme Lyon Anita G. M iley__________ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1966 Liabilities Demand deposits________ $1,707,800.56 Cash and due from banks _$ 375,269.78 U.S. Gov’t obligations------ 417,434.00 Time & savings deposits__ 924,901.90 U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 9,153.67 Municipal bonds & securities _____________ 141,664.80 Public fu n d s------------------- 149,599.66 Total deposits___________ 2,791,455.79 Securities of federal agencies---------------------- 219,875.00 Total liabilities__________ 2,791,455.79 50,000.00 Loans and discounts------- 1,935,116.80 Capital s t o c k ----------------S u rp lu s________________ 200,000.00 Bank premises, 99,680.96 furniture & fixtures-----49,776.37 Undivided profits________ Other a ssets------------------2,000.00 Total capital accounts____ 349,680.96 Assets  T o ta l________________ $3,141,136.75  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  T o ta l________________ $3,141,136.75  Fifty-Second Report  115  WILMOT STATE BANK, WILMOT Population 1,005 Ashley County Chartered October 25, 1937 Transit Number 81-738 Telephone Number 473-5500 Officers Directors M. C. Crandall Wm. B. de Yampert_________ President Wm. B. de Yampert N. R. Kirkwood______Exec. Vice Pres. E. H. Dunning and Cashier N. R. Kirkwood N. C. Crandall _______ ____Vice Pres. John F. Shackelford E. H. Kirkwood_______ Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Liabilities Assets Cash and due from banks _$ 507,918.12 Demand deposits ________ $ 837,433.52 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 155,081.25 Time & savings deposits__ 346,500.16 U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 5,991.88 Municipal bonds & 129,171.29 securities ____________ 119,457.02 Public fu n d s____________ 6,191.27 Loans and discounts _____ 797,916.62 Other deposits__________ Total liabilities__________ 1,325,288.12 Bank premises, 25,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 3,987.98 Capital stock ___________ Surplus ________________ 125,000.00 Undivided profits-----------109,072.87 Total capital accounts____ 259,072.87 Total ________________ $1,584,360.99  Total ________________ $1,584,360.99  BANK OF WILSON, WILSON Population 1,191 Mississippi County Chartered October 3, 1908 Transit Number 81-462 Telephone Number OL 5-3251 Officers Directors C. L. Denton, Jr. R. E. L. Wilson, I I I _________ President J. B. Gwyn and Chm. of Board C. J. Lowrance, Jr. C. J. Lowrance, J r .________ Vice Pres. J. W. Nelson J. B. G w y n --------------Exec. Vice Pres. and Cashier F. B. Wilson Wm. F. D en ton _________ Asst. Cashier R. E. L. Wilson, HI Lillian P. M cMath------------ Asst. Cashier Hudson Wren Florabel Bishop__________ Asst. Cashier Gatfaa Mae W atson------- Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks -$ 859,547.12 Demand deposits________ $1,696,525.85 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 654,476.72 Time & savingsdeposits___ 1,821,326.60 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits______ 36,479.37 securities_____________ 341,989.78 Public fu n d s_____________ 486,854.87 53,234.05 Securities of federal Deposits of bank s_______ agencies______________ 98,312.00 Other deposits___________ 9,717.76 Loans and discounts_____ 2,867,829.16 Total deposits____________ 4,104,138.50 Bank premises, Total liabilities__________ 4,104,138.50 furniture & fixtures-----24,525.07 Capital s to c k ___________ 100,000.00 Other a ssets------------------1,283.75 Surplus _________________ 400,000.00 Undivided profits________ 237,079.72 R eserves_______________ 6,745.38 Total capital accounts------ 743,825.10 Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $4,847,963.60  T o ta l________________ $4,847,963.60  116  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CROSS COUNTY BANK, WYNNE Population 6,014 Cross County Chartered June 5, 1891 Transit Number 81-151 Telephone Number BE 8-4171 Officers Directors H. K. Barwick, J r .__________ President H. K. Barwick, Jr. John H. Johnston, Jr. John W. W atts_______Exec. Vice Pres. Gerald L. Blackburn Rafe Andrews-------------Vice Pres. David Block, Jr. R. E. Robinson W. W. Shaver, Jr..................... Vice Pres. David Drexler W. W. Shaver, Jr. John H. Johnston__________ Vice Pres. Eugene Goodart I. M. Steinberg Ken McClanahan___________ Cashier John W. Watts Bobbie Nell Brow n______ Asst. Cashier Winifred G. Sigman______Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks . $ 732,781.63 Demand deposits ------------ $2,636,812.73 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 745,185.28 Time & savings deposits__ 2,108,363.96 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits__________________ 48,196.78 securities _____________ 591,540.57 Public fu n d s___________ .. 421,720.57 Other securities Total deposits __________ 5,215,094.04 11,500.00 Other liabilities _________ (including stock) ______ 55,355.37 Loans and discounts _____ 3,522,995.71 Total liabilities__________ 5,270,449.41 Bank premises, Capital stock ___________ 100,000.00 furniture & fixtures____ 201,402.00 Surplus ________________ 200,000.00 Other assets ____________ 287.38 Undivided profits________ 232,743.16 Reserves _______________ 2,500.00 Total capital accounts____ 535,243.16 Total ________________ $5,805,692.57  Total _________________$5,805,692.57  THE BANK OF YELLVILLE, YELLVILLE Population 636 Marion County Chartered December 13, 1945 Transit Number 81-753 Telephone Number HI 9-6232 Officers Directors Bernice Berry_____ ______ President Alma Berry H. A. Burns ______ _____ Vice Pres. Bernice Berry Thelma G. Doshier . _____ Vice Pres. Fred A. Berry Alma Berry _______ _____Vice Pres. H. A. Burns Exec. Vice Pres. Wynona Willingham Thelma G. Doshier Bernice Berry _____ ----------- Cashier Wynona Willingham STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1966 Assets Liabilities Cash and due from banks _$ 640,474.91 Demand deposits________ $1,450,693.32 U.S. Gov’t obligations____ 429,000.00 Time & savings deposits __ 505,253.71 Municipal bonds & U.S. Gov’t deposits--------1,005.50 securities _____________ 310,980.49 Public fu n d s____________ 228,965.37 Loans and discounts_____ 1,181,952.39 Other deposits __________ 10,431.81 Bank premises, Total deposits__________ 1 2,196,349.71 furniture & fixtures-----685.78 Total liabilities__________ 2,196,349,71 Capital stock ___________ 50,000.00 S u rp lu s________________ 170,000.00 Undivided profits________ 146,743.86 Total capital accounts____ 366,743.86 Total ________________ $2,563,093.57  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total - ________________$2,563,093.57