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REPORT OF THE BANK COMMISSIONER OF ARKANSAS   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  19 5 0  SID M cMATH Governor  ED I. M cKIN LEY, Jr. State Bank Commissioner   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  THIRTY-SIXTH REPORT OF TH E  BANK COMMISSIONER OF TH E  STATE OF ARKANSAS  FO R TH E Y E A R ENDING JUNE ,30, 1950  ED I. M cK IN ^EY, Jr. State Bank Commissioner   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  ST A T E O F A R K A N SAS OFFICE O F ST A T E BANK D E PA R TM E N T L IT T L E ROCK, A R K A N SAS July 30, 1950 To His Excellency Sid McMath Governor of Arkansas Sir: I have the honor of submitting to you the Thirty-Sixth Annual Report o f the State Bank Department for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1950, in compliance with the terms and provisions of Act 113 of 1913 (Now found in Section 67-111, Arkansas Statutes of 1947). The report reflects the condition o f State chartered banks and trust com­ panies, building and loan associations, industrial loan companies, credit unions and other factual data pertaining to the operation of the Depart­ ment. During the period covered by this report the banks and trust com­ panies increased their resources $12,103,000, for an all time high as shown by previous reports. The compiled report as of June 30, 1950, reflect that these resources were composed o f the following: U. S. Government obligations.......................... $158,652,000 or 41.3% Cash and due from banks.—............................ 102,081,000 or 26.6% Municipal and other bonds.............................. 26,025,000 or 6.6% Loans and discounts.......................................... 94,149,000 or 24.5% Bank buildings, equipment, real estate and other resources........................ 2,908,000 or 1.0% 383,815,000  100. %  Since June 30, 1949, the total capital funds in all State banks and trust companies have increased $2,682,744.91. bringing the total capital funds to a record high of $29,064,457.02. The banks are to be com­ mended for their continuing policy of retention of a large part of their earnings to increase their capital accounts and, so, giving greater pro­ tection to the public. The President o f the United States in his message to Congress on July 19, 1950, pointed out that as a further important safeguard against inflation we shall need to restrain credit expansion and that if we are to be successful there must be sensible and restrained action by busi­ nessmen, laborers, farmers, and consumers. The banks and other lending institutions of this State have demon­ strated by their loyal response at critical periods in the past that they will stand united with their Government in the situation that now con­ fronts us, and I feel confident that the banks and all other institutions engaged in extending credit in this State will exercise special care in their lending and investment activities,  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  The Department again is mindful and deeply appreciative of the fine cooperation it has received from the Office of the Governor, the Members of the State Banking Board and the various other depart­ ments of the State Government.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Respectfully submitted, Ed I. McKinley, Jr. State Bank Commissioner  TABLE OF CONTENTS  Page Legal Holidays.................................................................................................................... 7' Departmental Roster......................................................................................................... 8 Commissioners of State Bank Department...............................................................9 Receipts and Disbursements............................................................................................9 Comparative Abstract showing condition of State Banks and Trust Companies as of June 30, 1950 and June 30, 1949........................................... 10 Comparative Abstract showing condition of State and National Banks as of December 31, for the years 1949-1945......................................... 11 Comparative statement of condition of State Banks and Trust Companies for the past thirty-three years....................................................... 12 Consolidated report of Earnings and Dividends of State Banks and Trust Companies for the twelve months ending December 31, 1949.........13 Banking Facilities by Counties including State and National Banks, Teller’s Windows and Cooperative Exchanges.............................. 14-15 National Banks in Arkansas........................................................................................16 Members of Federal Reserve System........................................................................ 17 Commercial Banks Non-Members of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation....17 Trust Companies not engaged in commercial banking and non-members of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation......................................................... 17 State Banks Operating Teller’s Windows.............. ................................................. 18 National Banks Operating Teller’s Windows...........................................................IS New Banks Chartered..................................................................................................... 18 Amendments Altering Capital Structure................................................................... 18 Amendments changing number of Directors............................................................. 19 Banks which have retired Preferred Stock.............................................................19 Individual statement of condition of all State Banks and Trust Companies as of June 30, 1950...................................................................... 20-108 Combined and individual statement of condition of Cooperative Exchanges as of June 30, 1950.....................................................................109-112   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  BUILDING AND LOAN AND SECURITIES DIVISION Combined and individual statement of condition of Building and Loan Associations as of December 31, 1949..............................................115-119 List of Voluntarily Liquidating State Chartered Building and Loan Associations.................................................................................................... 120 Combined and individual statement of condition of Industrial Loan Institutions operating under Act 111 of 1941 as of June 30, 1950.......122-125 Combined and individual statement of condition of Industrial Loan Institutions operating under Act 135 of 1937 as of June 30, 1950.........126-138 Combined and individual statement of condition of Credit Unions as of December 31, 1949.................................................................................139-145 Qualified Stock Exchanges................................................  146  Dealers authorized to sell qualified or exempt Securities as of June 30, 1950.................................................................................................. 147 Combined operating statement of Burial Associations for Twelve month period ending December 31, 1949.......................................................... 148 Burial Associations authorized to sell membership certificates as of June 30, 1950..................................................... ............ ........................149-151   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  LEG AL H O LID A Y S Newr Year’s Day......................................... ....January 1. Robert E- Lee’s Birthday......................... ....January 19. George Washington’s Birthday............... —.February 22. Memorial Day............................................. ...May 30. Independence Day....................................... ...July 4. Commemorating the end of W orld War II..August 14. Labor Day................................................... ....First Monday in September. Armistice Day............................................. — November 11. Thanksgiving Day..................................... — Last Thursday in November. Christmas Day............................................. ....December 25. All Biennial Statewide Primary and General Election Days. All Bills o f Exchange, Drafts or Promissory Notes, which shall become payable on a legal holiday shall be payable on the day next succeeding such holiday. In case any legal holiday which falls on Sunday, the next succeeding Monday shall be a legal holiday in its stead.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  8  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  D E P A R T M E N T A L R O STE R Ed I. McKinley, Jr.............................................. State Bank Commissioner Theo P. Carson........................................... Assistant Bank Commissioner John L. Carter................................ .......Assistant Commissioner in charge Building and Loan and Securities Division.  BAN K E X A M IN E R S D. S. Patterson  F. C- Rayburn J. A. Welty  A SSIST A N T E XA M IN ERS Herman H. Cooper, Jr.  James Penick, Jr. Allan Rainwater  B U ILD IN G AN D LO AN AN D SECU RITIES E X A M IN E R G. C. Mangum  SE C R E T A R Y T O B AN K COM M ISSION ER Audrey Arnn  CLERKS AN D STE N O G RAPH ERS Helen Lea  Helen James  Nora S. Powers  ST A T E BAN KIN G BOARD C. E. Crossland, Chairman.......................................... Howard East.................................................................. Louis E. Hurley............................................................ Richard T. Steel............................................................ Grover E. Snider...........................................................   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Little Rock ....... Camden ..El Dorado ....... Conway ........ Manila  9  Thirty-sixth Report  COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE BANK DEPARTMENT STATE OF ARKANSAS No. Name Date of Appointment Date Service Ended 1. John M. Davis.........March 6, 1913..................... October 3, 1918 2 . A. J. Reap.................October .3, 1918....................March 22, 1919 3. W. T. Maxwell......... March 22, 1919........... ..........September 1, 1921 4. Charles McKee.........September 1, 1921................July 28, 1925 5. Loid Rainwater......... July 28, 1925....................... February 8, 1927 6. Walter E. Taylor..... .February 8, 1927................. January 10, 1933 7. Marion Wasson......... January 10, 1933..................January 12, 1937 8 . Grover S. Jernigam...January 12, 1937................January 14, 1941 9. Thomas W. Leggett....January 14, 1941................ February 1, 1949 10. S. J. Dean.................February 1, 1949..................December 31, 1949 11. Ed I. McKinley, Jr....December 31, 1949............. The following is a statement showing the receipts and disbursements of the State Bank Department from July 1, 1949 to June 30, 1950. RECEIPTS Cash balance with State Treasurer June 30, 1949..................................$ 47,924.02 Examination and assessment fees Bank Department.......$ 26,293.00 Charter and amendment fees Bank Department.............. 1,003.00 Miscellaneous fees Bank Department.................................. 14.12 Examination and assessment fees Building and Loan Division..................................................................... 1,647.49 Miscellaneous fees Securities Division................................ 19,117.92 48,075.53 %  95,999.55  DISBURSEMENTS Salary of Bank Commissioner............................................... $ 5,000.00 4,800.00 Salary of Assistant Bank Commissioner............................ Salary of Assistant Commissioner Securities Division.... 4,200.00 Salaries of Bank Examiners................................................... 12,250.00 Salaries of Assistant Bank Examiners.............................. 11,705.00 Salaries of Office Force.............. 7,800.00 Travel Expense...................................................:...................... 10,280.26 Maintenance................................................ 8,185.42 Printing Annual Report and Digest of Banking Laws..... 1,225.68 1,531.30 Charges by State Treasurer.............. Cash balance with State Treasurer June 30, 1950..................................   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  66,977.66 29,021.89 $ 95,999.55  COMPARATIVE ABSTARCT SHOWING THE CONDITION OF STATE BANKS AND TRUST OF ARKANSAS AS OF JUNE 30, 1950 AND JUNE 30, 1949 Number of banks reporting  June 30, 1950 176  COMPANIES  Increase 2  June 30, 1949 174 '  Decrease  RESOURCES: Cash and due from banks................... U. S. Government obligations........... Other bonds and securities..... ......... Loans and discounts........................ ... Banking house, furniture and fixtures Other real estate................................ . Other resources......................................  $102,081,300.50 158,652,315.47 26,024,545.56 94,148,724.64 2,255,094.57 62,303.13 590,709.59  $ 96,605,765.21 148,075,011.08 23,346,263.41 101,075,186.13 1,968,762.60 97,799.21 543,083.38  TOTAL RESOURCES..........................  $383,814,993.46  $371,711,871.02  $ 12,103,122.44 (Net)  LIABILITIES: Demand deposits.................................... Savings and time deposits................... U. S. Government deposits............. Public funds............................................ Deposits of banks..................................  $256,230,795.42 42,144,184.29 3,105,759.34 41,344,379.47 11,463,022.18  $259,682,832.48 40,107,773.70 2,207,688.78 33,193,725.11 9,708,714.42  $  TOTAL DEPOSITS................................ Other Liabilities........................................ .  $354,288,140.70 462,395.74  $344,900,734.49 429,424.42  $  9,387,406.21 32,971.32  (Net)  TOTAL LIABILITIES..........................  $354,750,536.44  $345,330,158.91  $  9,420,377.53  (Net)  $  $  9,366,000.00 8,558,500.00 8,457,212.11  $  436.500.00 937.500.00 1,308,744.91 2,682,744.91  9,802,500.00 9,496,000.00 9,765,957.02  •  5,375,535.29 10,577,304.39 2,678,282.15  6,826,461.49 286,331.97 35,496.08 47,626.21  $  2,036,410.59 898,070.56 8,150,654.36 1,754,307.76  TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS........  $ 29,064,457.02  $ 26,381,712.11  $  TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS AND TOTAL LIABILITIES.........  $383,814,993.46  $371,711,871.02  $ 12,103,122.44   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $  (Net)  3,452,037.06  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CAPITAL ACCOUNTS: Capital stock............................. .............. Surplus .................................................... Undivided profits and reserves.........  $  COMPARATIVE  ABSTRACT  SHOWING CONDITION OF STATE AND NATIONAL BANKS OF ARKANSAS AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1949-1945 1949 227  1948 225  1947 221  1946 219  1945 215  RESOURCES: Cash and due from banks.......................... U. S. Government obligations.................... Other bonds and securities............... ........ Loans and discounts......................... .......... Banking house, furniture and fixtures.... Other real estate.......................................... Other resources............................ ...... ..........  $258,063,000 335.019.000 66,282,000 192.620.000 4.205.000 135,000 1.064.000  $266,865,000 314.912.000 62,581,000 207.586.000 3,736,000 153.000 881.000  $262,687,000 357.347.000 63,080,000 152.089.000 3.425.000 132,000 1.110.000  $263,804,000 379.312.000 56,317,000 125.931.000 3,122,000 134.000 702.000  $267,053,000 388.531.000 43,719,000 102.261.000 2,880,000 159.000 884.000  TOTAL RESOURCES..................................  $857,388,000  $856,713,000  $839,870,000  $829,322,000  $805,487,000  LIABILITIES: Capital stock....................................... ....... . Surplus.............................................................. Undivided profits and reserves................  $ 18,133,000 20.591.000 16.850.000  $ 17,536,000 18.645.000 14.680.000  $ 16,726,000 17.142.000 12.047.000  $ 15,014,000 16.074.000 11.145.000  $ 14,037,000 13,577,000 8,812,000  Total capital accounts.............................. . D eposits..... .......................... ....... ...... ............. Other liabilities..............................................  $ 55,574,000 799,721,000 2,093,000  $ 50,861,000, 804,138,000 1,714,000  $ 45,915,000 792,577,000 1,378,000  $ 42,233,000 786,115,000 974,000  $ 36,426,000 768,348,000 713,000  TOTAL LIABILITIES..................................  $857,388,000  $856,713,000  $839,870,000  $829,322,000  $805,487,000   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Thirty-sixth Report  Number of banks  COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF STATE BANKS AND TRUST FOR PAST THIRTY-THREE YEARS Number Banks  Date 29, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 29, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 29, 30, 30, 30, 30, 29, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 29, 30, 30, 30, 30,  1918................... 1919......... ......... 1920...... . 1921.... ..... ........ 1922................... 1923.................. 1924.................. 1925................... 1926.................. 1927.................. 1928.—.............. 1929................... 1930— ..... ........ 1931................... 1932......... ........ 1933. ........ ........ 1934................... 1935.......... 1936................... 1937.......... 1938.......... 1939......... ____ 1940_____ ......... 1941____ ......... 1942.......... ....... 1943..... .. — .... 1944................... 1945................... 1946................... 1947................... 1948......... ......... 1949......... 1950...................   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  389 386 404 406 402 403 397 396 394 376 358 347 329 265 223 202 189 180 178 176 171 167 169 166 166 161 161 163 169 170 174 174 176  $ 90,194,100 109,447,800 129,669,700 104,393,600 106,276,400 128,580,700 123,365,300 136,552,900 142,107,300 134,788,700 135,849,800 137,636,800 131,936,800 92,097,800 62,043,400 47,335,000 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  Loans and Discounts $ 78,279,700 93,519,700 133,256,200 113,064,400 101,031,600 109,443,400 114,950,900 117,669,200 123,464,400 112,051,800 109,167,900 109,438,700 111,542,200 67,063,800 46,374,800 29,925,600 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  Borrowed Money $ 7,823,100 14,338,600 29,775,800 27,416,000 14,857,200 9,639,800 14,237,400 13,403,100 13,078,300 8,011,600 7,120,500 8,333,200 12,018,900 3,356,600 7,676,700 6,798,200 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  Cash $ 23 321,400 30,106,900 30.754.800 25,680,400 27,074,700 34,083,000 28,651,300 34,129,800 35,902,800 35,390,100 33,484,400 32,607,700 30,886,200 26,347,000 20,014,800 19,530,100 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  U. S. Gov’t Bonds  Capital Structure  Total Resources  $  $ 20,898,400 21,441,000 24,582,100 25,474,800 25,270,900 25,842,200 25,770,300 25,186,900 25,374,100 24,424,800 23,434,400 23,593,100 23,169,300 17,551,500 14,937,100 12,398,500 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  $118,318,000 145,181,000 184,146,700 157,210,300 145,697,700 162,928,400 161,946,800 171,348,400 179,174,100 167,369,800 167,013,100 170,668,000 168,358,500 114,721,200 85,708,100 67,506,400 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  7,832,500 12,295,800 9,830,300 6,658,000 3,558,000 6,626,900 3,604,000 4,720,100 4,401,600 4,426,700 6,048,500 8,403,100 4,892,500 4,101,500 6,061,500 6,946,200 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  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June  Deposits  COMPANIES  Thirty-sixth Report  13  CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF EARNINGS AND DIVIDENDS OF STATE BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES FOR THE TWELVE MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1949 EARNINGS: Interest and discount on loans............................$5,187,544.54 Interest and dividends on securities.................. 2,969,371.61 Service charges, exchange charges, etc............ 2,471,797.48 Other operating earnings................................... 350,529.09 Total earnings from operations............................................... $10,979,242.72 EXPENSES: Salaries, wages and director’s fees.......................$3,586,504.36 Interest paid............................................................... 366,764.67 Taxes other than income..................... 235,291.60 Taxes on income..................................................... 958,474.99 Other current expenses......................................... 2,130,686.22 Total current operating expenses  7,277,721.84  Net current operating earnings  3,701,520.88  RECOVERIES AND PROFITS: Recoveries and profits on securities sold.........$ 87,360.82 Recoveries on loans............................................... 111,504.36 All others.............................................. ...................... 109,912.17 308,777.35 Total ............................................................................................... $ 4,010,298.23 LOSSES CHARGED OFF: On securities...................... ... ................................$ 86,897.20 On loans........................................... ......................... 581,151.75 249,210.33 All others.................................................................. 917,259.28 Net profits before dividends................................................... $ 3,093,038.95 DIVIDENDS PAID: Cash dividends paid on common stock.............. $ 887,975.00 On preferred stock................................................. 1,083.08 889,058.08 Net profits after dividends.......................................................$ 2,203,980.87 OTHER INCREASES IN CAPITAL ACCOUNTS: New common stock sold....................................... $ 120,000.00 Premium on common stock sold.......................... 50,000.00 Other contributions................................................. 10,000.00 180,000.00 Total  ............................................................................................. $ 2,383,980.87  OTHER DECREASES’ IN CAPITAL ACCOUNTS: Preferred stock retired......................................................................  12,500.00  NET ADDITION TO CAPITAL ACCOUNTS FOR 1949...........$ 2,371,480.87  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  14  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department BANKING FACILITIES BY COUNTIES INCLUDING STATE AND NATIONAL BANKS. TELLER’S WINDOWS AND COOPERATIVE EXCHANGES  County Arkansas........ Ashley............. Baxter............. Benton............ Boone.............. Bradley........... Calhoun.......... Carroll............ Chicot............. Clark.............. Clay................. Cleburne......... Cleveland....... Columbia........ Conway........... Craighead...... Crawford........ Crittenden..... Cross............... Dallas............. Desha.............. Drew............... Faulkner........ Franklin......... Fulton............. Garland.......... Grant.............. Greene............ Hempstead.... Hot Spring.... Howard.......... Independence. Izard............... Jackson.......... Jefferson........ Johnson.......... Lafayette....... Lawrence....... Lee.................. Lincoln........... Little River... Logan............. Lonoke........... Madison......... Marion............ Miller............. Mississippi.... Monroe........... Montgomery.. Nevada........... Newton.......... Ouachita........ Perry.............. Phillips.......... Pike................  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State Banks  National Banks  Teller’s Windows  2  1  1 4 2  1  1  1 1 3 4 3  2 2  2  1  2  Cooperative Exchange  6  1  2  2  1  1  1  5 4 4 3  1  1 1  2 2  1 1  3 1  1  2  2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1  *  1 2  2  1  1  1 1  1  3 2  2  3  1  1 2  1 1  1  2  1  2  1  1  2  1  1  1  1 1  6  1  1 5 3  1  1 1  1  1  4 1  4 3  3  1  2  1  15  Thirty-sixth Report BANKING FACILITIES BY COUNTIES INCLUDING STATE AND NATIONAL BANKS, TELLER’S WINDOWS AND COOPERATIVE EXCHANGES  County Poinsett.............................................. . Polk........................................................ Pope........................................................ Prairie.................................................... Pulaski................................................... Randolph............................................... St. Francis.......................... Saline..................................................... Scott....................... Searcy.................................................... Sebastian.............................................. Sevier..................................................... Sharp...................................................... Stone...................................................... Union...................................................... Van Buren............................................ Washington........................................... White..................................................... W oodruff............................................... Yell.........................................................  State Banks 5 1 5 2 4 2 2 1 1 2 4 2 4 1 4 1 5 7 2 3  National Banks  Teller’s Windows  Cooperative Exchange 1  1 1 3 2 1 3 1  1 1  2 2 1 1 1  1  176 52 v U 7 ________________________________________ .___________ _ X _____________________ \   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  16  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department NATIONAL BANKS IN ARKANSAS  Name Citizens National Bank........................... First National Bank...................... .......... First National Bank...................... .......... First National Bank...................... .......... First National Bank................................. Citizens National Bank........................... Farmers National Bank......................... First National Bank................................. First National Bank................................. First National Bank................................. First National Bank................................. National Bank of Commerce............... First National Bank................................. First National Bank................................. National Bank of Eastern Arkansas... City National Bank................................. First National Bank................................. Merchants National Bank..................... First National Bank................................. First National Bank................................. Arkansas National Bank....................... Helena National Bank............................. Phillips National Bank........................... Citizens National Bank........................... First National Bank................................. Arkansas National Bank......................... Planters National Bank........................... First National Bank................................. Peoples National Bank........................... First National Bank................................. Commercial National Bank................... Peoples National Bank........................... Union National Bank............................... First National Bank................................ Malvern National Bank........................... First National Bank................................ Planters National Bank........................... First National Bank................................ . First National Bank................................. National Bank of Commerce................. New First National Bank....................... First National Bank................................. National Bank of Commerce................. Simmons National Bank......................... American National Bank...................... First National Bank................................ Peoples National Bank.......................... State National Bank.............................. First National Bank................................ Citizens National Bank.......................... First National Bank of Lawrence Co. First National Bank................................   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Location  County  ..Arkadelphia............... Clark Ashdown............ ........Little River .Batesville........... .......Independence . Berry ville........... ........Carroll ..Blytheville......... ........Mississippi .Camden.............. ........Ouachita .Clarksville......... ........Johnson ..Conway............. ........Faulkner .DeQueen............. ........Sevier DeWitt................ .......Arkansas .El Dorado.......... ........Union .El Dorado.......... ........Union .Fayetteville....... ........Washington .Fordyce.............. ........Dallas .Forrest City...... ....... St. Francis .Fort Smith........ ........Sebastian .Fort Smith.................Sebastian .Fort Smith.................Sebastian ..Green Forest.... ........ Carroll ..Gurdon................ ........Clark ..Heber Springs... ........Cleburne Helena................ ........Phillips ..Helena................ ........Phillips ..Hope................... ........Hempstead ..Hope................... ........Hempstead ..Hot Springs...... ........Garland ..Hughes............... ........St. Francis ..Huntsville.......... ........Madison ..Jonesboro.......... ........ Craighead ..Lewisville.......... ........Lafayette ..Little Rock................Pulaski .Little Rock ............Pulaski ..Little Rock....... ........Pulaski ..Magnolia............ ........Columbia ..Malvern............. ........Hot Spring ..Marianna........... ........Lee ..Mena...........................Polk ..Nashville.................... Howard ..Newport............. ........Jackson ..Paragould.......... ........Greene ..Paragould.......... ........Greene ..Paris................... ........Logan ..Pine Bluff......... ........Jefferson ..Pine Bluff......... ........Jefferson ...Rogers............... ........Benton ..Springdale......... ........Washington ..Stuttgart............ ..Texarkana......... ........Miller ..Tuckerman........ .......Jackson ..Walnut Ridge.............Lawrence ..Walnut Ridge... .........Lawrence ..Wynne................ ........Cross  17  Thirty-sixth Report MEMBERS OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Date of Admission  Name of Bank and Location  Capital and Surplus  April 21, 1941................ Elk Horn Bank & Trust Company................... $200,000.00 Arkadelphia August 23, 1918............ Farmers Bank & Trust Company..................... 600,000.00 Blytheville May 10, 1944.................. Bank of Brinkley.................................................. 100,000.00 Brinkley April 28, 1941................ The Merchants & Planters Bank....................... 150,000.00 Camden September 11, 1942.......The Exchange Bank & Trust Company........... 200,000.00 El Dorado January 7, 1944............ Mcllroy Bank......................................................... 200,000.00 Fayetteville September 22, 1933......Fordyce Bank & Trust Company........................ 150,000.00 Fordyce September 25, 1942......Arkansas Trust Company................................... 600,000.00 Hot Springs July 26, 1945................. Peoples Bank & Loan Company........................ 80,000.00 Lewisville March 20, 1919............. Worthen Bank & Trust Company.................2,000,000.00 Little Rock September 20, 1944......Farmers & Merchants Bank............................... 100,000.00 Marianna July 21, 1920................. The Bank of Russellville..................................... 120,000.00 Russellville August 23, 1923........... Peoples Exchange Bank....................................... 120,000.00 Russellville June 9, 1942................... Grant County Bank............................................... 100,000.00 Sheridan April 11, 1944............... Smackover State Bank....................................... 75,000.00 Smackover May 20, 1921................. Bank of Waldron.................................................... 100,000.00 Waldron COMMERCIAL BANKS—NON MEMBERS FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Name  Location  Farmers & Merchants Bank............................................... Des Arc Portland Bank........................................................................ Portland Bank of Sidney.........................................................................Sidney TRUST COMPANIES NOT ENGAGED IN COMMERCIAL BANKING AND NON MEMBERS FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION^ Name  Location  Arkansas Valley Trust Company................................Fort Smith ' Guaranty Loan & Trust Company........................................Helena ** Metropolitan Trust Company..................................... Little Rock ^   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  18  STATE BANKS OPERATING TELLER’S WINDOWS  Location  Name of Bank  ....Bald Knob ....Benton ....DeWitt ....Forrest City ....Forrest City ...Greenwood ....McGehee ... ..Monette ....^sceola ....r sceola ....Paragould ....Plainview ....Prescott ....Siloam Spgs. ....Tuckerman ....Warren ....Wilson  Location Teller’s Window  County  Bradford Bauxite Gillett Cotton Plant DeValls Bluff Hartford Arkansas City Caraway Joiner Luxora Marmaduke Ola Emmet Gentry Swifton Hermitage Keiser  White Saline Arkansas W oodruff Prairie Sebastian Desha Craighead Mississippi Mississippi Greene Yell Nevada Benton Jackson Bradley Mississippi  NATIONAL BANKS OPERATING TELLER’S WINDOWS State National Bank....................................Texarkana  Foreman  Little River  NEW BANKS CHARTERED July 1, 1949 to June 30, 1950 Surplus  Charter Number  Jacksonville State Bank, Jacksonville, Pulaski County, August 2, 1949............................ $50,000.00  $10,000.00  701  Farmers State Bank, Lake City, Craighead County, February 28, 1950......................  10,000.00  702  Name, Location and Date  Capital  50,000.00  AMENDMENTS ALTERING CAPITAL STRUCTURE July 1, 1949 to June 30, 1950 1. Bank of Amity, Amity, increased capital stock from $35,000.00 to $50,000.00 by sale of $15,000.00 par value of new stock. 2. Benton State Bank, Benton, increased capital stock from $75,000.00 to $100,000.00 by the declaration of a 33%% stock dividend. 3. Bank of Bentonville, Bentonville, increased capital stock from $30,000.00 to $40,000.00 by the declaration of a 33%% stock dividend. 4. Bank of Crossett, Crossett, increased capital stock from $50,000.00 to $100,000.00 by the declaration of a 100% stock dividend. 5. Bank of England, England, increased capital stock from $25,000.00 to $50,000.00 by the declaration of a 100% stock dividend. 6. The First Bank, Griffithville, increased common stock from $3,500.00 to $11,000.00 by the declaration of a $7,500.00 stock dividend; retired $1,000.00 par value of preferred stock owned by the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, leaving the total capital at $15,000.00 of which $11,000.00 is common stock and $4,000.00 preferred stock. 7. Fordyce Bank and Trust Company, Fordyce, increased capital stock from $50,000.00 to $100,000.00 by the declaration of a 100% stock dividend. 8. Prairie County Bank, Hazen, increased capital stock from $50,000.00 to $60,000.00 by the declaration of a 20% stock dividend. 9. Arkansas Trust Company, Hot Springs, increased capital stock from $250,000.00 to $300,000.00 by the declaration of a 20% stock dividend.  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  19  Thirty-sixth Report  10. Bank of Keo, Keo, increased capital stock from $15,000.00 to $25,000.00 by the sale of $10,000.00 par value of new stock. 11. Bank of Melbourne, Melbourne, increased capital stock from $15,000.00 to $25,000.00 by the declaration of a 66%% stock dividend. 12. The Security Bank & Trust Company, Paragould, increased capital stock from $50,000.00 to $75,000.00 by the sale of $25,000.00 par value of new stock. 13. Bank of Salem, Salem, increased capital stock from $25,000.00 to $50,000.00 by the declaration of a 100% stock dividend. 14. Merchants & Planters Bank, Sparkman, increased capital stock from $10,000.00 to $20,000.00 by the declaration of a 100% stock dividend. 15. Bank of Trumann, Trumann, increased capital stock from $50,000.00 to $100,000.00 by the declaration of a 100% stock dividend.  AMENDMENTS CHANGING NUMBER OF DIRECTORS July 1, 1949 to June 30, 1950 Name Location Elk Horn Bank & Trust Company..... .....Arkadelphia............ ..... The Bank of Augusta............................ .....Augusta.................... ..... Farmers Bank & Trust Company....... .....Blytheville............... ..... Bank of Franklin.................................... .....Franklin................... ..... Clark County Bank................................ .....Gurdon..................... ..... Mercantile Bank...................................... .....Jonesboro................ ..... Merchants & Planters Bank................ .....Manila...................... ..... Marked Tree Bank.................................. .....Marked Tree........... ..... Bank of Mountain View........................ .....Mountain View....... ..... Pike County Bank.................................... .....Murfreesboro........ . ..... Citizens Bank........................................... .....Smithville................ ..... Merchants & Planters Bank................ .....Warren..................... .....  From 5 to 10 3 to 7 5 to 9 5 6 9 3 to 5 5 3 3 to 7 3 to 5 3 to 9  To 5 to 12 5 to 11 7 to 15 3 3 to 9 9 to 15 3 to 9 6 3 to 7 3 to 9 3 to 10 5 to 12  BANKS DISCONTINUING TELLER’S WINDOWS July 1, 1949 to June 30, 1950 Location of Teller’s Name Location Window Date Danville State Bank _____Danville............. Belleville............ January 21, 1950 The Searcy Bank....................Searcy.................Pangburn........... February 28, 1950  BANKS WHICH HAVE RETIRED PREFERRED STOCK July 1, 1949 to June 30, 1950 Name Location Bank of Dierks..............................................Dierks ......................................$ First Bank......................................................Griffithville ........ Citizens Bank.................................................Pottsville ..................................   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Amount 5,000.00 1,000.00 7,500.00  $13,500.00  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  20  T H IR T Y -S IX T H REPORT of  STATEMENT OF ARKANSAS BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES AS S H O W N BY T H E C A L L OF JU N E 30, 1950 Cities and Towns Alphabetically Arranged by Postoffices  C O M M E R C IA L BANK A T A L M A , A L M A  Crawford County Chartered January 31, 1910  Telephone Number 56  Officers  Transit Number 81-272 Directors  W. E. Byars............................President J. Fred Alexander.....Exec. Vice-Pres. Reves L. Bolling........................ Cashier Margaret Adams.............. Asst. Cashier  J. Fred Alexander W. H. Cole Reves L. Bolling T. H. Kibler E. Bradley C. R. Starbird W. E. Byars  STATEMENT CF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 207,725.06 Overdrafts ...................... 619,000.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 40,300.00 Other bonds and securities 7,112.95 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 355,092.23 Other resources................. 2,748.59  Capital Stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 25,000.00 22,605.56 Undivided profits............... Reserves ............................ 241.47 Demand deposits............... 1,045,115.45 Time deposits..................... 6,789.72 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 1,666.06 Public funds........................ 105,561.57 Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$1,159,132.80 Other liabilities.  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,231,979.82  Total  $1,231,979.83  Thirty-sixth Report  21  BANK OF A M I T Y , A M I T Y  Clark County Telephone Number 13  Chartered November 30, 1905 Officers  Transit Number 81-287 Directors  G. W. Tolleson.......................... President W. H. Olds........................Vice-President Cleda Olds......................................Cashier Oral M. Walker..............Asst. Cashier  Lyn Maxey Cleda Olds W. H. Olds  G. W. Tolleson Oral M. Walker  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks.. Other resources..................  400,683.79 87.91 684,318.22 288,604.16 502.90 250.00 283,796.77 1.00  Capital Stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund...................... 50,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 48,807.85 Reserves ............................ 7,000.00 Demand deposits................ 954,202.12 Time deposits.................... 514,871.43 U. S. Gov’t deposits......... 710.19 Public funds........................ 32,653.16 Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$1,502,436.90 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $1,658,244.75  Total ................................$1,658,244.75  E L K HORN BANK A N D T R U S T C O M PAN Y, A R K A D E L P H IA  Chartered September 28, 1903  Clark County Telephone Number 7  Officers  W. E. J. H. C. C. A. J. A. C. W. P. W. L.  Transit Number 81-133 Directors  Barkman......................President Lookadoo...............Vice-President Lookadoo...............Vice-President Vestal.................... Vice-President Stone......................Vice-President Jones, Jr......................... Cashier Stover.................... Asst. Cashier  W. E. Barkman A. P. Greene Clarence Hardin W. P. Jones, Jr. C. C. Lookadoo G. W. Lookadoo  J. H. Lookadoo E. E. Meador A. C. Stone J. P. Sturgis A. J. Vestal J. B. Wingfield  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.......$1,396,004.82 114.52 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,538,522.00 Other bonds and securities 152,775.00 Furniture and fixtures..... 9,977.46 Banking house.................... 30,022.54 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks.. 962,739.01 Other resources................. 1,516.88  Capital Stock...................... $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 100,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 46,639.93 Reserves ................. .......... Demand deposits.............. 1,909,280.71 Time deposits.................... 1,065,896.42 U. S. Gov’t deposits......... 5,150.00 Public funds........................ 864,705.17 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$3,845,032.30 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $4,091,672.23  Total  $4,091,672.23  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  22  M E R C H A N T S A N D P L A N T E R S BA NK A N D T R U S T C O M P A N Y , A R K A D E L P H IA  Clark County Chartered June 15, 1911  Telephone Number 291  Officers  Transit Number 81-469 Directors  H. T. R oss................................ President Jett Black...........Vice-Pres. & Cashier Catherine Condray.......... Asst. Cashier Lottie Watson.................. Asst. Cashier  Jett Black J. H. Crawford H. Grady Elms Roy F. Golden James C. Hobgood  D. W. McMillan E. N. McElhannon H. T. Ross Ralph Williams  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations....... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks Other resources...................  694,762.04 260,000.00 223,441.70 5,000.00 11,000.00 2.00 669,694.97 1.00  Capital stock...................... $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund....................... 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 21,768.79 Reserves ............................ 18,505.36 Demand deposits................. 1,088,589.91 Time deposits..................... 245,938.43 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 17,074.28 Public funds........................ 322,024.94 Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$1,673,627.56 Other liabilities.  $1,863,901.71  Total  Total  $1,863,901.71  BA NK OF ASH F LA T , ASH F L A T  Sharp County Chartered February 20, 1912  Telephone Number 3642  Officers  Transit Number 81-499 Directors  Odus Carpenter...................... President Horace Martin................Vice-President Willene Brawley........................ Cashier  Willene Brawley Odus Carpenter  Horace Martin V. McJunkins  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Liabilities  Resources  Loans and discounts.........$ 112,026.17 Overdrafts .......................... 38.88 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 276,(100.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... 1.00 Banking house.................... 400.00 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks.. 112,959.16 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... : Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. Time deposits...................... U. S. Govt, deposits......... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 457,436.29  20, 000.00  10, 000.00  13,988.92  440,728.58 8,087.38 8,620.33  Other liabilities. Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$ 501,425.21  Total  $ 501,425.21  Thirty-sixth Report  23  B A NK OF A T K IN S , A T K I N S  Pope County Chartered September 19, 1895  Telephone Number 136  Officers  Transit Number 81-215 Directors  J. M. Barker............................ President J. M. Barker, Jr............Vice-President C. A. Barker................................Cashier  J. M. Barker J. M. Barker, Jr.  C. A. Barker  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 155,195.43 56.05 Overdrafts ...................... 501,000.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 6,945.48 Other bonds and securities 3,629.22 Furniture and fixtures..... 2,513.59 Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks.. 151,060.71 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 30,000.00 Surplils fund........................ 15,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 33,895.70 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 688,553.92 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 1,050.00 Public funds........................ 51,900.86 Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$ 741,504.78 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $ 820,400.48  Total ................................ $ 820,400.48  T H E BA NK OF AU GU STA , A U G U S T A  Woodruff County Chartered February 20, 1935  Telephone Number 1  Officers  Transit Number 81-718 Directors  J. H. Snapp.............Chairman of Board W. M. Sale.............................. President Geo. L. Beard..................Vice-President R. E. Gregory..................Vice-President W. T. Mills, Jr............................ Cashier Kennady Sale.................. Asst. Cashier  Geo. L. Beard R. E. Gregory R. J. Haralson W. T. Mills, Jr. W. M. Sale  J. Ford Smith J. H. Snapp C. R. Stacy John H. Stanley  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks.. Other resources..................  Liabilities  548,904.15 476.63 741,143.45 219,735.87 3,749.76 2,520.00 429,723.38 624.40  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 48,794.22 Reserves .............................. 29,000.00 Demand deposits................ 1,344,290.24 Time deposits.................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 14,485.84 Public funds........................ 399,417.90 Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$1,758,193.98 Other liabilities..................  Total .................................. $1,946,877.64   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  10,889.44  Total .................................. $1,946,877.64  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  24  C IT IZ E N S S T A T E BANK, BALD KNOB  White County Chartered January 22, 1931  Telephone Number 14  Officers  Transit Number 81-673 Directors  E. D. Williams President & Cashier T. W. Leggett, Sr..........Vice-President H. A. Whitley................ Vice-President Mrs. M. N. Hall.............. Asst. Cashier  Joe H. Collison H. A. Whitley Jennings Leggett E. D. Williams  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 110,473.36 Overdrafts ...................... U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 923,800.00 18,945.75 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... 2,800.00 Banking house.................... 9,000.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks.. 637,685.65 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 25,000.00 Undivided profits............... 12,927.84 Reserves .............................. 40,000.00 Demand deposits................. 1,307,272.39 Time deposits...................... U. S: Gov’t deposits........... 11,745.86 Public funds........................ 252,238.91 Deposits of banks............. 28,519.76 Total dep........$1,599,776.92 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................$1,702,704.76  Total .................................$1,702,704.76  T H E C IT IZ E N S BANK, BEA RDEN  Ouachita County Chartered June 7, 1945  Telephone Number 129  Officers  Transit Number 81-749 Directors  Garland Anthony......................President Oliver Anthony................Vice-President R. W. Launius................Vice-President Hugh Thompson............................Cashier T. E. Evans...................... Asst. Cashier  Garland Anthony O. B. Livingston Oliver Anthony W. O. Proctor J. W. Gossett Hugh Thompson R. W. Launius  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 104,819.74 Overdrafts .......................... 188.26 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 288,600.06 Other bonds and securities 10,215.18 Furniture and fixtures..... 3,753.50 Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks.. 168,863.55 Other resources................. 22.90  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 17,500.00 Undivided profits............... 6,914.35 Reserves .............................. 345.59 Demand deposits................. 472,928.48 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits.......... 571.57 Public funds........................ 53,203.20 Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$ 526,703.25 Other liabilities  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$ 576,463.19  Total  .$ 576,463.19  Thirty-sixth Report  25  C IT IZ E N S BANK, BEEBE  White County Chartered June 21, 1917  Telephone Number 55  Officers  Transit Number 81-588 Directors  E. H. Abington........................ President Catherine C. Abington H. M. Dodds J. R. Sloan...................... Vice-President E. H. Abington I. N. Kelley J. R. Sloan T. E. Abington........ .................. Cashier T. E. Abington T. S. Dabney STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  215,881.51 147.92 149,555.50 900.00  Loans and discounts.........i Overdrafts ............... .......... U. S. Gov’t obligations....... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks.. Other resources..................  1.00 1.00 1.00  272,934.07  Capital stock...................... ! Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits.............. Reserves ............................ Demand deposits................ Time deposits.................. U. S. Gov’t deposits.......... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 566,376.93  25,000.00 5,000.00 11,003.83 32,041.24 543,177.32 23,199.61  Other liabilities. 639,422.00  Total  Total  639,422.00  B EN TO N S T A T E BANK, B EN TO N  Chartered February 9, 1934  Saline County Telephone Number 2591  Officers  Transit Number 81-711 Directors  W. R. Alsobrook...................... President Dr. H. B. Alsobrook W. A. Springer.............. Vice-President W. R. Alsobrook T. B. Lyle.................................... Cashier Clyde E. Fish H. J. Gingles  T. B. Lyle W. A. Springer D. J. Stirman L. B. White  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 590,989.76 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,656,972.79 Other bonds and securities 692,779.14 Furniture and fixtures..... 2,144.54 Banking house.................... 2,595.76 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks.. 659,341.65 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 100,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 59,417.45 Reserves .............................. 23,307.00 Demand deposits................ 2,267,826.92 Time deposits.................... 369,997.03 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 17,843.37 Public funds........................ 641,931.87 Deposits of banks............. 24,500.00 Total dep........$3,322,099.19 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $3,604,823.64  Total  $3,604,823.64  26  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  B A NK OF B E N T O N V I L L E , B E N T O N V I L L E  Benton County Chartered February 25, 1931  Telephone Number 149  Transit Number 81-701  Officers  Directors  Arthur P. Smith.,................... President Vol T. Lindsey................Vice-President Fred Douglas.................................Cashier Earl Fields........................ Asst. Cashier  Fred Douglas Melvin Hall Joe Knott Vol T. Lindsey  Vern Rife Arthur P. Smith Leta D. Smith  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 578,676.41 Overdrafts ........................ 357.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,748,946.53 Other bonds and securities 131,380.17 Furniture and fixtures..... 13,500.00 Banking house.................... 7,100.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks.. 1,199,265.29 Other resources.................. 17,677.92  Capital stock...................... $ 40,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 40,000.00 Undivided profits............... 50,477.22 Reserves .............................. 2,891.22 Demand deposits................. 2,279,198.22 Time deposits.................... 241,060.95 9,115.17 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ 1,027,272.57 Deposits of banks............... 6,887.97 Total dep........$3,563,534.88 Other liabilities...................  Total ................................$3,696,903.32  Total .................................$3,696,903.32  B A NK OF B L E V IN S , B L E V IN S  Hempstead County Chartered August 12, 1912  Telephone Number 2274  Officers  Transit Number 81-518 Directors  H. M. Stephens...................... President Herbert M. Stephens....Vice-President P. C. Stephens............................ Cashier  H. M. Stephens P. C. Stephens Herbert M. Stephens  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 123,078.12 Overdrafts ...................... 116,100.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 11,500.00 Other bonds and securities 2,312.00 Furniture and fixtures..... 500.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks.. 87,395.85 Other resources.................. 173.25  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 15,000.00 Undivided profits............... 15,170.44 3,165.09 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 263,252.25 Time deposits...................... 5,188.70 U. S. Gov’t deposits.......... 3,063.75 Public funds........................ 11,218.99 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 282,723.69 Other liabilities.  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $ 341,059.22  Total  $ 341,059.22  27  Thirty-sixth Report  F A R M E R S BA NK A N D T R U S T C O M PA N Y, B L Y T H E V I L L E  Mississippi County Chartered March 16, 1908  Telpehone Number 4456  Officers  Transit Number 81-105 Directors  B. A. Lynch............................. President R. A. Porter....................Vice-President F. E. Warren................. Vice-President R. L. Banister..... ...................... Cashier B. F. Brogdon.................. Asst. Cashier  J. L. Cherry R. A. Porter C. A. Cunningham B. S. Simmons I. R. Johnson F. E. Warren Chas. C. Langston L. H. Welch B. A. Lynch  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$2,617,988.89 Overdrafts .......................... 1,520.31 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 4,613,000.00 Other bonds and securities 75,000.00 1.00 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... 60,000.00 Other real estate................. Cash and due from banks.. 1,195,911.43 Other resources.................. 46,135.44  Capital stock...................... ijf 200,000.00 Surplus fund...................... 400,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 146,168.66 14,142.52 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 5,883,505.48 Time deposits...................... 1,098,530.49 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 49,312.21 Public funds........................ 579,048.14 Deposits of banks.............. 213,569.99 Total dep........$7,823,966.31 Other liabilities..................  Total  ................................ $8,609,557.07  25,279.58  Total ................................ $8,609,557.07  C IT IZ E N S BANK, B O O N E V IL L E  Chartered April 18, 1910  Logan County Telephone Number 274  Officers  Transit Number 81-195 Directors  Mattie Edwards....................... President Abe Williams—............... Vice-President Long John Williams................... Cashier  Mattie Edwards Geo. R. Edwards Abe Williams  Chas. X. Williams Long John Williams Paul X. Williams  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 467,867.81 Overdrafts .......................... 3,160.18 U. S. Gov’t obligations....... 715,664.86 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... 1.00 Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate................. 3.00 Cash and due from banks.. 635,018.85 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 28,507.80 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 1,481,292.42 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 815.76 Public funds........................ 211,100.72 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$1,693,208.90 Other liabilities.  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,821,716.70  Total  $1,821,716.70  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  28  T H E BA NK OF B R A D L EY, B R A D L E Y  Lafayette County Chartered April 10, 1933  Telephone Number 7111  Transit Number 81-513  Officers  Directors  J. B. Edwards............................President Margaret R. Meek.......... Vice-President J. W. Meek....................................Cashier J. W. Meek, Jr............... Asst. Cashier  J. B. Edwards L. B. Hamner J. W. Meek  Margaret R. Meek W. T. Murphy, Jr.  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........! Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ ' Cash and due from banks.. Other resources..................  226,031.70 20.24  120, 000.00  24,100.00 3,336.00 300.00 3.00 132,113.15  Capital stock...................... Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 442,455.99  25.000. 00 25.000. 00 13,448.10 354,206.21 7,774.23 80,475.55  Other liabilities. Total  $ 505,904.09  Total  505,904.09  BA NK OF B R IN K L E Y , B R IN K L E Y  Monroe County Chartered January 17, 1903  Telephone Number 31  Officers  Transit Number 81-191 Directors  W. W. Sharp.......................... President Frank Andrews............. Vice-President John F. Cole.......Active Vice-President Robert Moore.............................. Cashier R. H. Midk'iff.................. Asst. Cashier  Frank Andrews John F. Cole E. D. McKnight  A. Rusher W. W. Sharp  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 532,239.26 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,157,600.00 Cthei bonds and securities 144,475.96 Furniture and fixtures..... 6,865.02 Banking house.................... 8,000.00 Other real estate............... 2.00 Cash and due from banks.. 471,987.50 Other resources.................. 1,610.75  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund............. 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 48,208.43 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 1,723,377.33 Time deposits............... 290,712.09 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 11,870.67 Public funds........................ 148,611.97 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$2,174,572.06 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $2,322,780.49  Total  $2,322,780.49  29  Thirty-sixth Report  BANK OF CABOT, CABOT  Lonoke County Chartered March 23, 1903  Telephone Number 19  Officers  Transit Number 81-304 Directors  Jake W. Lowman.................... President J. C. Alexander Fred B. Garlington........ Vice-President Fred B. Garlington J. M. Park......................................Cashier J. E. Gregory Mildred Robinson............ Asst. Cashier Glendene James................Asst. Cashier Cecil Owen........................Asst. Cashier Sue W. Park..................... Asst. Cashier  Jake W. Lowman J. M. Park  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 689,053.60 Overdrafts .......................... 20.95 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 374,700.00 Other bonds and securities 23,000.00 Furniture and fixtures..... 10,000.00 Banking house.................... 40,000.00 Other real estate............... 1.00 Cash and due from banks... 336,547.89 Other resources...........'......  Total ................................ $1,473,323.44  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 36,070.40 Reserves .............................. 13,516.09 Demand deposits................. 1,158,059.72 Time deposits...................... 70,560.07 U. S. Gov’t deposits................................. 8,673.01 Public funds................ 86,444.15 Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$1,323,736.95 Other liabilities.................. Total ................................ $1,473,323.44  S T A T E BANK OF CALICO ROCK, CALICO ROCK  Izard County Telephone Number 4  Chartered May 1, 1914 Officers  Transit Number 81-305 Directors  S. E. McNeill.........................President Dr. Noel J. Copp..........Vice-President E. C. Rodman............................ Cashier Roy Perryman.................. Asst. Cashier  Dr. Noel J. Copp S. E. McNeill L. E. Evans E. C. Rodman  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 198,654.48 Overdrafts .......................... 576.99 TJ. S. Gov’t obligations....... 806,100.00 Other bonds and securities 11,700.00 1.00 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate................ 1.00 Cash and due from banks.. 438,829.98 Other resources.................. 1,361.00  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 35,000.00 Undivided profits................. 8,608.35 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 1,312,802.81 Time deposits...................... 4,469.12 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ 71,345.17 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$1,388,617.10 Other liabilities.  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,457,225.45  Total  $1,457,225.45  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  30  T H E M E R C H A N T S A N D P L A N T E R S BANK, C A M D E N  Ouachita County Chartered March 4, 1931  Telephone Number 6-2446  Officers  C. H. J. P. E. O.  I. T. W. W. L. G.  .........President Vice-President .............Cashier ...Asst. Cashier ..Asst. Cashier ..Asst. Cashier  Grayson...... Patton....... Coan.......... Wooldridge. Harrison.... Burnham....  Transit Number 81-96 Directors  Mike Berg J. W. Coan E. W. Copeland C. S. Early C. I. Grayson  E. L. Harrison H. T. Patton John C. Watts P. W. Wooldridge  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 628,401.37 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 2,068,000.00 Other bonds and securities 1,138,374.42 Furniture and fixtures..... 1.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 1,777,321.33 Other resources.................. 1.00  Capital stock...................... $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund................... 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 104,850.60 Reserves ............................ 100,000.00 Demand deposits............... 4,077,198.84 Time deposits...................... 632,185.93 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 50,175.54 Public funds........................ 489,422.67 8,265.54 Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$5,257,248.52 Other liabilities.  $5,612,099.12  Total  Total  .$5,612,099.12  C IT IZ E N S BANK, C A R L IS L E  Chartered December 22, 1930  Lonoke County Telephone Number 2111  Officers  F. E. Downs, Jr..................... President A. H. Hunt.................... Vice-President R. L. Hunt...........Asst. Vice-President J. L. W oosley......................... .....Cashier Miss Mary Burnett........Asst. Cashier Miss Sue Tarter............Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-689 Directors  A. W. Birdsong J. M. Johnson Elmer Morris  F. M. Perkins H. L. Perkins  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 235,149.37 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 621,400.00 Other bonds and securities 63,000.00 Furniture and fixtures..... 4,000.00 Banking house.................... 20,500.00 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks.. 366,060.85 Other resources................... 124.00  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 25,000.00 32,528.91 Undivided profits.............. Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 1,078,987.43 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 11,161.83 Public funds........................ 106,253.14 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$1,196,402.40  Total ................................ $1,310,234.22  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Other liabilities..................  6,302.91  Total ................................ $1,310,234.23  31  Thirty-sixth Report  BANK OF CAVE C IT Y , CA VE C IT Y  Sharp County Chartered July 2, 1906  Telephone Number 5-F-ll  Officers  Transit Number 81-310 Directors  Eagle Street............................ President Mrs. J. M. Street..........Vice-President J. L. Lewsaw.............................. Cashier Carl Dean Medlock.........Asst. Cashier  J. A. Carpenter J. L. Lewsaw  Eagle Street Mrs. J. M. Street  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 147,358.00 Overdrafts ...................... 58.53 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 350,121.03 Other bonds and securities 1,500.00 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... 3,000.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks.. 112,328.65 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 20,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 10,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 14,821.13 Reserves ............................ Demand deposits................ 532,824.86 Time deposits.................... U. S. Gov’t deposits.......... 6,200.00 Public funds........................ 30,520.22 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 569,545.08 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................$ 614,366.21  Total ................................ $ 614,366.21  A M E R IC A N S T A T E BANK, C H A R L E S T O N  Franklin County Chartered June 29, 1910  Telephone Number 14  Officers  Transit Number 81-268 Directors  C. H. Hiatt...............................President C. H. Hiatt B. H. McDonald............. Vice-President Clyde Hiatt Clyde Hiatt...................................Cashier B. H. McDonald H. E. Shumate.................. Asst. Cashier  H. E. Shumate McLoud Sicard Sam B. Stevinson  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 485,203.08 Overdrafts .......................... 4,157.56 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 501,164.00 Other bonds and securities 49,388.40 Furniture and fixtures..... 1.00 Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks.. 251,683.90 Other resources.................. 1.00  Capital stock........................ $ 25,000.0b Surplus fund...................... 25,000.00 Undivided profits............... 84,761.42 15,000.00 Reserves ............................ Demand deposits................ 961,512.66 Time deposits.................... 112,119.53 U. S. Gov’t deposits.......... 14,716.93 Public funds........................ 53,489.40 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,141,838.52 Other liabilities..................  Total ...................................$1,291,599.94   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total .................................. $1,291,599.94  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  32  BA NK OF C H E R R Y V A L L E Y , C H E R R Y V A L L E Y  Cross County Chartered January 24, 1907  Telephone Number 2391  Officers  Transit Number 81-313 Directors  R. Eli Halk.............................. President W. M. Smith..................Vice-President H. H. Beasley.............................. Cashier J. R. Cavin........................ Asst. Cashier  H. H. Beasley R. Eli Halk  H. P. Maddox W. M. Smith  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 172,722.46 Overdrafts .......................... 18.88 U. S. Gov’t obligations 335,000.00 Other bonds and securities 2,770.00 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 113,874.88 Other resources.................... 639.16  Capital stock...................... I Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... Reserves ............................ Demand deposits............... Time deposits..................... U. S. Gov’t deposits......... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$ 564,808.21  25.000. 00 25.000. 00 10,218.17 499,325.93 65,482.28  Other liabilities. Total  625,026.38  625,026.38  Total  BA NK OF C H ID IS T E R , C H ID IS T E R  Ouachita County Chartered April 29, 1909  Telephone Number 103  Officers  Transit Number 81-314 Directors  W. G. Rushing....................... President C. B. Clingan...............Vice-President T. H. Benton............... Vice-President Mrs. Lee A. Purifoy....................Cashier W. R. Clingan.................. Asst. Cashier  T. H. Benton W. G. Rushing C. B. Clingan Beulah R. Taylor Roy E. Holleman J. T. Walker Beulah P. Mayne  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 56,416.50 Overdrafts .......................... 85.14 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 222,000.00 Other bonds and securities 11,880.70 Furniture and fixtures..... 800.00 Banking house.................... 1,100.00 Other real estate............... 1.00 Cash and due from banks 116,788.02 Other resources.................. 121.50  Capital stock...................... $ 20,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 5,000.00 Undivided profits............... 7,894.16 Reserves ............................ Demand deposits................. 357,823.95 Time deposits..................... 7,200.00 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 4,055.25 Public funds........................ 7,219.50 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 376,298.70 Other liabilities...................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $ 409,192.86  Total  $ 409,192.86  33  Thirty-sixth Report  T H E M E R C H A N T S A N D P L A N T E R S BANK, C L A R E N D O N  Monroe County Chartered July 23, 1890  Telephone Number 18  Officers  Transit Number 81-164 Directors  S. J. Dean..................................President C. T. Doss........................Vice-President W. H. Brown.....Vice-Pres. & Cashier P. N. James........................Asst. Cashier  H. B. Bateman W. H. Brown C. C. Cannon S. J. Dean  C. T. Doss J. B. Fletcher Mrs. H. B. Robinson Jas. F. Wolfe  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Liabilities  Resources  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks.. Other resources..................  498,588.36 216.76 200,395.64 235.837.61 3,000.00 7,000.00 539,859.84  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 20,029.23 Reserves ............................ 1,000.00 Demand deposits................ 967,957.49 Time deposits.................... 133,578.50 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ 259,832.99 Deposits of banks............... 2,500.00 Total dep........$1,363,868.98 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................$1,484,898.21  Total  $1,484,898.21  C L IN T O N S T A T E BANK, C L IN T O N  Van Buren County Chartered October 16, 1946  Telephone Number 131  Transit Number 81-758 Directors  Officers  Howard Johnson......................President Homer Brown Howard Johnson C. M. Horton....................Vice-President C. M. Horton Roy Leflar Garner M. Johnson.................... Cashier Garner M. Johnson Arthur Lewis Joe G. Fraser.................. Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Liabilities  Resources  Loans and discounts......... $ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  322,689.36 747,800.80 144,653.17  10 , 000.00 10 ,000.00 348,905.75  Capital Stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund............................ 25,000.00 Undivided profits.................. 35,098.65 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 1,298,574.58 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 19,198.05 Pubic funds............................. 156,177.80* Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$1,473,950.43 Other liabilities.  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,584,049.08  Total  $1,584,049.08  34  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  F IR S T S T A T E BANK, C O N W A Y  Faulkner County Chartered February 8, 1946  Telephone Number 390  Transit Number 81-754 Directors  Officers  W. D. Ketcheside...................President Thos. G. W ilson.........Exec. Vice-Pres. William Y. W ilson.................... Cashier Rogers C. Moore...................Treasurer Jane Thomas.................... Asst. Cashier  J. R. Edwards J. R. Ott Edward A. Halter Dave H. Ward W. E. Jumper Thos. G. Wilson W. D. Ketcheside  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 450,501.17 Overdrafts ...................... U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 1,218,853.58 Other bonds and securities 190,742.84 Furniture and fixtures..... 13,204.37 Banking house.................... 10,800.00 Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 460,033.19 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 60,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 32,500.00 Undivided profits............... 36,232.38 11,850.00 Reserves .................. Demand deposits................. 1,646,799.00 Time deposits.................... 130,551.26 17,679.71 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ 408,522.80 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$2,203,552.77 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $2,344,135.15  Total ................................ $2,344,135.15  T H E CO RN IN G BANK, CO RN IN G  Clay County Chartered January 29, 1931  Telephone Number 94  Officers  Transit Number 81-211 Directors  E. Vandover................................President L. G. Black Mrs. F. B. Sprague........ Vice-President M. G. Hoffman G. A. Lamb..................................Cashier G. A. Lamb  H. N. Ratcliffe Mrs. F. B. Sprague E. Vandover  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $1,052,509.37 Overdrafts ...................... U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 256,000.00 Other bonds and securities 20,670.00 1.00 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... 4,000.00 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 1,069,769.29 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 80,594.17 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 1,805,576.58 Time deposits....................... 135,434.60 22,704.08 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ 258,640.23 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$2,222,355.49 Other liabilities.  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $2,402,949.66  Total  $2,402,949.66  35  Thirty-sixth Report  B A NK OF CROSSETT, C R OSSETT  Ashley County Chartered December 22, 1913  Telephone Number 52  Officers  Transit Number 81-321 Directors  P. F. Watzek..............................President Roy Dooley William C. Norman...... Vice President K. O. Elderkin Roy Dooley....................................Cashier J. T. Erwin C. E. Hannum.................. Asst. Cashier  William C. Norman P. F. Watzek Searcy Wilcoxon  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 420,425.51 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 2,277,436.81 Other bonds and securities 120,193.98 Furniture and fixtures....... 21,508.39 Banking house .................. Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 577,311.98 7.00 Other resources..................  Capital Stock...................... $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund................... 100,000.00 Undivided profits............... 40,622.56 Reserves .... 8,689.77 Demand deposits................ 2,114,360.12 Time deposits.................... 635,079.66 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 97,407.46 Public funds........................ 304,087.10 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$3,150,934.34 Other liabilities..................  Total ....................................$3,416,883.67  16,637.00  Total ........................... ........ $3,416,883.67  D A N V I L L E S T A T E BA NK, D A N V I L L E  Chartered October 3, 1930  Yell County Telephone Number 36  Officers  Transit Number 81-700 Directors  John Ed Chambers................ President Neil Sims........................ Vice President Jim Bill Gatlin................... ........ Cashier Selma C. Gatlin............. Asst. Cashier J. F. Nunn.......................Asst. Cashier  J. E. Chambers John Ed Chambers Jim Bill Gatlin  J. W. Hull Neil Sims  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Liabilities  Resources  Loans and discounts......... Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  167,371.63 612,900.00 25,477.71  1.00 1.00  2,320.90 180,560.05  1.00  Capital Stock...................... $ 30.000. 00 30.000. 00 Surplus fund........................ 33,135.48 Undivided profits.............. Reserves .............................. 683,669.22 Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 211,828.59 Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 895,497.81 Other liabilities  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  988,633,29  Total  $ 988,633.29  Statet o f Arkansas: Bank Department  36  BA NK OF D A R D A N E L L E , D A R D A N E L L E  Yell County Chartered September 12, 1934  Telephone Number 28  Transit Number 81-599  Officers  -Directors  Thos. V. Jones........................ President Garrett Jones................ Vice President Garland D. Nichols.................... Cashier Robert L. Holland...........Asst. Cashier  C. R. George Garrett Jones Thos. V. Jones  Garland D. Nichols Jimmy Wallis  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 246,566.55 96.92 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 376,929.69 Other bonds and securities 2,274.91 10,000.00 Furniture and fixtures....... 8,000.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 334,630.35 Other resources.................. 787.00  Capital Stock...................... $ 25,000.00 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... 22,587.10 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 709,517.87 Time deposits...................... 69,360.35 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 12,914.85 114,905.25 Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 906,698.32 Other liabilities..................  Total ....................................$ 979,285.42  Total ....................................$ 979,285.42  BANK OF D E L IG H T , D E L I G H T  Chartered June 16, 1911  Pike County Telephone Number 20  Officers  Transit Number 81-326 Directors  C. E. Jojmson.......................... President Frank Reid...................... Vice President D. C. Humphry............................Cashier Dorothy Johnson...............Asst. Cashier  Olen Hendrix D. C. Humphry C. E. Johnson  C. E. Reid Frank Reid  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 166,980.34 Overdrafts .......................... 3.21 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 186,500.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... 1,404.46 Banking house.................... 1,616.90 Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 203,661.71 Other resources..................  Capital Stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 25,000.00 Undivided profits............... 5,912.57 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 463,930.41 Time deposits....................... 26,410.80 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 37.50 Public funds........................ 13,875.34 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 504,254.05 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $ 560,166.62  Total  $ 560,166.62  Thirty-sixth Report  37  D E R M O T T S T A T E BA NK, D E R M O T T  Chicot County Chartered July 8, 1935  Telephone Number 11  Transit Number 81-720  Officers  John Baxter.......... W. F. Pierce........ Clarence Horton. Jessie B. Downey  Directors  ..........President Vice President ............. Cashier ....Asst. Cashier  Dr. B. E. Barlow John Baxter W. H. Bynum  W. E. Lephiew W. F. Pierce  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts......... $ 788,044.30 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 375,602.50 4,513.82 Other bonds and securities 3,500.00 Furniture and fixtures....... 9,000.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 690,621.81 Other resources..................  Capital Stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 64,001.98 Reserves .............................. 7,128.90 Demand deposits............... 1,015,134.32 Time deposits.................... 433,121.11 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 7,382.50 Public funds........................ 244,513.62 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,700,151.55 Other liabilities..................  Total ....................................$1,871,282.43  Total ....................................$1,871,282.43  F A R M E R S A N D M E R C H A N T S BA NK, DES ARC  Prairie County Chartered January 20, 1902  Telephone Number 2191  Officers  Transit Number 81-233 Directors  Henry Nichols.......................... President L. R. Brown....... Vice Pres. & Cashier N. R. Kirkwood.................Asst. Cashier  L. R. Brown Henry Nichols  S. R. Nichols  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 329,958.34 Overdrafts ...................... 470,900.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 19,745.49 Other bonds and securities 9,507.03 Furniture and fixtures....... 1.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate................ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 198,076.73 Other resources.................. 552.63  Capital Stock............. ........ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 75,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 7,127.72 Reserves .................. 11,674.24 Demand deposits................ 651,748.00 Time deposits...................... 57,202.14 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ 200,730.12 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 909,680.26 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,028,742.22  Total  260.00 $1,028,742.22  38  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  D e W I T T B A NK A N D T R U S T CO M PA N Y, D e W I T T  Arkansas County Chartered March 1, 1929  Telephone Number 4161  Officers  Transit Number 81-245 Directors  W. F. Schallhorn.................... President R. H. Maddox Vice Pres. & Cashier Julian Brown.................... Asst. Cashier F. A. Trice........................ Asst. Cashier  A. G. Bauer Julian Brown G. W. Hall  R. H. Maddox W. F. Schallhorn C. L. Whitmore  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$1,134,518.70 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 932,500.00 Other bonds and securities 399,198.80 Furniture and fixtures....... 1.00 1.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate................. 1.00 Cash and due from banks 1,702,260.72 Other resources.................. 1.00  Capital Stock...................... $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 100,000.00 79,169.95 Undivided profits.............. Reserves .............................. 37,679.56 Demand deposits................. 3,256,825.61 Time deposits...................... 272,085.84 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 18,252.75 Public funds........................ 304,468.51 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$3,851,632.71 Other liabilities  Total ....................................$4,168,482.22  Total ....................................$4,168,482.22  B A NK OF D IERK S, D IE R K S  Howard County Chartered February 7, 1906  Telephone Number 94  Officers  Lewis M. Layer...................... President T. F. Westbrook..Vice Pres. & Cashier Mrs. Opal Simington.......Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-328 Directors  Lewis M. Layer Lyda M. Layer  Mrs. Lula Westbrook T. F. Westbrook  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30; 1950 Resources Liabilities Capital Stock...................... $ 25.000. 00 Loans and discounts.........$ 79,374.17 Surplus fund........................ Overdrafts .......................... 15.000. 00 400,000.00 Undivided profits............... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 12,454.30 Reserves .............................. Other bonds and securities 250.00 Demand deposits................. 506,674.03 Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... 1,250.00 Time deposits...................... 133.03 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Other real estate................ Public funds........................ Cash and due from banks 120,626.27 42,523.73 Other resources.................. 284.65 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 549,330.79 Other liabilities.................. Total ....................................$ 601,785.09   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ....................................$ 601,785.09  39  Thirty-sixth Report  BANK OF DOVER, DOVER  Pope County Chartered September 29, 1905  Telephone Number 2481 Transit Number 81-329  Officers  -Directors  John B. Moore........................ President T. C. Campbell...............Vice President W. M. W allace......................... ..Cashier V. A. McClain................ Asst. Cashier  T. C. Campbell L. J. Churchill S. F, McCain  John E. Moore W. M. Wallace  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 127,633.69 Overdrafts ........... .............. 168,100.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... 901.50 Banking house.............. ..... 5,500.00 Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 107,230.90 1.00 Other resources—...............  Capital Stock...................... $ 25.000. 00 Surplus fund........................ 15.000. 00 Undivided profits.............. 13,499.19 Reserves ..................... ........ Demand deposits................ 333,754.08 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits.......... 59.19 Public funds........................ 22,054.63 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 355,867.90 Other liabilities..................  Total ....................................$ 409,367.09  Total ................................... $ 409.367.09  M E R C H A N T S A N D FA R M E R S B A N K , D U M A S  Desha County Chartered May 10, 1909  Telephone Number 114  Officers  Transit Number 81-330 -Directors  Walton H. Rice..................... President Ray Maxwell.................. Vice President Jeff Burnett, Jr........................... Cashier Claud T. Frank............... Asst. Cashier Juanita S. Rowland........Asst. Cashier  R. A. Adcock J. E. Allmon R. F. Cox Jack S. Dante E. C. Gannaway Ray Maxwell  Joe Lee McKennon R. A. Pickens D. O. Porter O. L. Puryear Walton H. Rice Lamar Williamson  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  840,126.23 485,600.00 278,806.97 8,514.28 4,000.00 609,585.48 8,267.61  50,000.00 Capital Stock.................. .$ Surplus fund........................ 100,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 79,748.31 Reserves .............................. 3,910.35 Demand deposits................ 1,340,671.46 Time deposits...................... 197,956.75 U. S. Gov’t deposits.......... 7,482.44 Public funds........................ 455,131.26 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$2,001,241.91 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $2,234,900.57  Total  $2,234,900.57  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  40  E A R L E S T A T E BANK, E A R L E  Crittenden County Chartered April 24, 1947  Telephone Number 2131  Officers  Transit Number 81-204 Directors  M. E. Bird................................ President W. M, W aters................ Vice President Mrs. Mary F. Fullwood............. Cashier Miss Doris Murphree.......Asst. Cashier  C. C. M. B.  P. L. E. G.  Belue Blanz, Jr. Bird Dickey  Everett Hood W. M. Waters L. S. Young  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house—.................. Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  453,353.37 87.85 505,427.81 204,542.00 9,988.04 4,794.07 429,097.92 509.56  Capital Stock...................... $ 70,000.00 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... 26,975.11 Reserves .............................. 4,533.53 Demand deposits................. 1,006,940.35 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 7,044.23 467,307.40 Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,481,291.98 Other liabilities.  Total ....................................$1,607,800.62  DELTA STATE  Total ....................................$1,607,800.62  BANK, E L A IN E  Phillips County Chartered December 30, 1947  Telephone Number 41  Officers  Transit Number 81-759 Directors  Wm. D em oret..........................President W. C. Moody.................. Vice President Catherine M. Reid.............. ....... Cashier Anna L. Beane.................Asst. Cashier  C. B. Barnhart E. Clay Bumpers J. M. Countiss, Jr.  F. R. Watson Wm. Demoret W. C. Moody  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Liabilities  Resources  Loans and discounts.........: Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  108,393.15 139.91 160,000.00 5,000.00 3,664.86 152,110.96 660.75  Capital Stock.............. ....... Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits......... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 365,711.18 Other liabilities  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$ 429,969.63  Total  40.000. 00 20 . 000 . 00 4,179.25 295,784.99 69,926.19  79.20 $ 429,969.63  41  Thirty-sixth Report  T H E E X C H A N G E BANK & T R U S T CO M PAN Y, EL DORADO  Union County Chartered August 12, 1933  Telephone Number 3-5107  Transit Number 81-668  Officers  Directors  Louis E. Hurley................. President W. H. Hanna.............. Vice President D. R. James.............. Vice President H. B. Axum.............. Vice President J. C. Craighead.................... Cashier Claude B. Church........Asst. Cashier  H.  B. Axum D. R. James R. L. Aycock T. M. Martin R. C. Bodenhamer R.E.Meinert W. A. (Dick) Dumas R. W. Newell E. B. Garrett E. E. Paxton W. H. Hanna Charles H.Proetz Louis E. Hurley Joe G. Wepfer  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts......... $2,351,457.76 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,586,167.17 Other bonds and securities 602,879.81 Furniture and fixtures....... 17,443.36 Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 1,888,413.67 Other resources..................  Capital Stock...................... $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 100,000.00 Undivided profits-...-.......... 91,724.50 39,012.44 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 5,226,972.60 Time deposits...................... 446,994.22 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 77,379.05 Public funds........................ 352,912.90 Deposits of banks............... 11,366.06 Total dep........$6,115,624.83 Other liabilities..................  Total ....................................$6,446,361.77  Total ....................................$6,446,361.77  BANK OF E L K IN S , E L K IN S  Washington County Chartered June 1, 1912  Telephone Number 29  Officers  Transit Number 81-506 Directors  J. E. Bunch...........President & Cashier Clyde W est...................... Vice President Oscar W est........................ Asst. Cashier  Edyth L. Bunch J. E. Bunch J. C. Reed  Roe Stokenbury Clyde West  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 188,340.00 Overdrafts .............. ........... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 384,300.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... 1.00 Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate................. 1.00 Cash and due from banks 199,863.88 Other resources..................  Capital Stock...................... : Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits.............. Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits.'.......... Public funds............~............ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 712,969.98  25.000. 00 30.000. 00 4,536.90 475,633.18 200,500.66 36,836.14  Other liabilities Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $ 772,506.88  Total  .$ 772,506.88  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  42  BANK OF EN G L A N D , E N G L A N D  Lonoke County Chartered August 23, 1898  Telephone Number 30 & 13  Transit Number 81-213  Officers  Directors  ..........President Vice President ..............Cashier ...Asst. Cashier  B. A. CarlLee.... B. F. Murchison Seth Boles, Jr... H. P. Bell...........  Seth Boles, Jr. E. A. CarlLee D. P. Mashburn, Jr.  B. F. Murchison Thos. Murchison  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts......... $ 568,645.74 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 160,203.29 Other bonds and securities 4,501.00 Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... 4,500.00 1.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 490,016.65 Other resources.................. 1.00  Capital Stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 40,000.00 Undivided profits............... 59,017.40 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 961,794.37 Time deposits...................... 23,720.30 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 93,336.61 Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,078,851.28 Other liabilities..................  Total .................................... $1,227,868.68  Total .................................... $1,227,868.68  T H E C IT IZ E N S BA NK, E N G L A N D  Lonoke County Chartered January 14, 1931  Telephone Number 29  Transit Number 81-492  Officers  Directors  Ben B. Morris.......................... President Lois Rutherford....Vice Pres. & Cashier J. O. DuPree...................... Asst. Cashier  W. G. Cunning Ben B. Morris  Lois Rutherford J. E. Swaim  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 232,112.68 Overdrafts .......................... 119.99 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,280,498.50 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... 1.00 Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate................. 4.00 Cash and due from banks 260,775.37 Other resources.................. 1.00  Capital Stock...................... $ 30,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 92,865.66 Reserves .............................. 9,921.61 Demand deposits................ 1,402,755.29 Time deposits...................... 57,945.86 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 8,915.26 Public funds........................ 121,109.86 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$1,590,726.27 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,773,513.54  Total  $1,773,513.54  43  Thirty-sixth Report  T H E EUDORA BA NK, EUDORA  Chicot County Chartered December 23, 1930  Telephone Number 15  Transit Number 81-334  Officers  Directors  W. W. Grubbs......................... President C. B. Bowman.............. Vice President C. A. Diehl................................. Cashier Ben Brown........................ Asst. Cashier Hardy Stephenson...........Asst. Cashier  Dr. A. G. Anderson C. B. Bowman Sam Bowman E. T. Cashion  W. J. H. R.  W. Grubbs M. McLeod P. Scott T. Stephenson  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.....'............... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  488,541.22 2,659.88 480,699.98 238,299.64 3,781.91 5,000.00 335,368.25 1,077.34  Capital Stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 70,082.22 11,038.40 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 942,830.59 Time deposits................... 246,299.34 11,358.42 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ 173,819.25 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,374,307.60 Other liabilities  Total ....................................$1,555,428.22  Total ....................................$1,555,428.22  BANK OF E U R E K A SPRINGS, E U R E K A SPRINGS  Chartered May 4, 1912  Carroll County Telephone Number 3441  Transit Number 81-472  Officers  Directors  C. A. Fuller..............................President Ray Freeman.................. Vice President D. Simpson....Vice President & Cashier  C. A. Fuller Ray Freeman Dr. J. F. John  D. Simpson Richard R. Thompson  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 149,247.16 Overdrafts .......................... 196.76 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 487,900.00 Other bonds and securities 44,697.20 Furniture and fixtures....... 5,200.00 Banking house.................... 3,200.00 Other real estate................ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 227,076.53 Other resources.................. 2,810.25  Capital Stock...................... $ 25,000.00 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... 19,576.85 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 626,655.28 Time deposits...................... 140,818.80 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 7,082.24 Public funds........................ 76,195.73 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 850,752.05 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$ 920,328.90  Total  $ 920,328.90  44  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF E V E N IN G SHA DE, E V E N IN G S H A D E  Sharp County Chartered February 5, 1901  '  Telephone Number 6  Officers  .  J. O. Laman.............................. President Otto Cathey.................... Vice President K. B. Metcalf..............................Cashier J. B. Metcalf...................... Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-336 -Directors  Otto Cathey J. O. Laman  E. B. Metcalf 0. S. Westmoreland  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ • 43,335.58 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 331,600.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... 1.00 Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 111,709.68 Other resources..................  Capital Stock...................... Surplus- fund........................ Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 453,706.18  10, 000.00 20,000.00  2,941.08 342.511.59 3.00 111.191.59  Other liabilities Total  486,647.26  Total  486,647.26  M clL R O Y BANK, F A Y E T T E V I L L E  Washington County Chartered December 24, 1892  Telephone Number 150  Officers  Hayden M cllroy......................President James H. Kays....Exec. Vice President J. B. McConnell.............Vice President L. O. Graham.... Asst. Vice President W. C. Smith........................Asst. Cashier Eleanor Sheppard..............Asst. Cashier Zelma Farmer.................... Asst. Cashier Mary P. Ripley................... Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-87 Directors  L. L. Baxter Clifton Wade R. D. Bogart Marion Wasson James H. Kays W. C. Whitfield J. B. McConnell Hugh Williams Hayden Mcllroy Paul Young, Jr. Henry B. Shreve Herbert L. Thomas  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$2,107,213.02 805.48 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 4,022,518.91 Other bonds and securities 599,479.48 Furniture and fixtures....... 42,122.T2 Banking house.................... 74,629.79 Other real e s t a t e .............. Cash and due from banks 1,940,426.03 Other resources.................. 4,251.82  Capital stock...................... $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 100,000.00 Undivided profits............... 85,464.38 Reserves .............................. 200,000.00 Demand deposits................. 4,906,251.17 Time deposits...................... 1,378,788.50 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 65,299.64 Public funds........................ 1,510,742.97 Deposits of banks............... 444,899.99 Total dep........$8,305,982.27 Other liabilities.  Total ...................................... $8,791,446.65   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  T otal .......................................$8,791,446.65  45  Thirty-sixth Report  FORDYCE BANK A N D T R U S T C O M PAN Y, FORDYCE  Dallas County Chartered January 5, 1931  Telephone Number 83  Officers  Transit Number 81-127 Directors  E. C. Benton............................ President B. A. Mayhew................ Vice President Paul Offutt................................ Cashier Jack Hearnsberger..........Asst. Cashier Mrs. M. S. Smith..............Asst. Cashier  Oliver Anthony E. C. Benton H. B. Benton H. E. Dedman B. A. Mayhew  Paul Offutt W. D. Stell, Jr. C. F. Sturgis L. L. Trussell S. A. Williams  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 515,327.22 Capital Stock...................... $ 100,000.00 267.41 Overdrafts ...................... Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 1,042,574.25 Undivided profits............... 60,275.03 Other bonds and securities 436.343.91 Reserves .............................. 1,901.27 Furniture and fixtures....... 3.000. 00Demand deposits................ 1,734,997.24 Banking house.................... 7.000. 00Time deposits...................... 546,929.72 Other real estate................ 15,714.61 U. S. Gov’t deposits.......... Cash and due from banks 714,369.59 Public funds........................ 204,943.44 Other resources.................. Deposits of banks.............. 4,121.07 Total dep........$2,506,706.08 Other liabilities.................. Total ....................................$2,718,882.38  Total .................................... $2,718,882.38  P L A N T E R S BANK A N D T R U S T C O M PAN Y, F O R R EST C IT Y  St. Francis County Chartered April 15, 1921 Telephone Number 326 & 327 Officers  Transit Number 81-143 Directors  H. H. Cooper............................. President C. T. Doss...................... Vice President J. B. Fletcher.... Exec. Vice President C. C. Moore................................... Cashier J. H. Calhoun.................... Asst. Cashier Dione K. Henderson.......Asst. Cashier  E. B. Belshe H. H. Cooper C. T. Doss J. B. Fletcher C. N. Haven Henry T. Haven  Louis F. Haven, Jr. Mrs. E. B. Robinson Sam Sharpe Jack T. Stephens R. R. Wilkerson James F. W olfe  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$1,818,329.60 Overdrafts .......................... 3,035.82 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 805,997.00 Other bonds and securities 546,110.40 Furniture and fixtures....... 15,200.00 Banking house.............. 33,534.00 Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 1,138,691.73 Other resources.................. 6,567.12  Capital Stock...................... $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 100,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 47,510.20 Reserves .............................. 9,547.42 Demand deposits................ 2,662,998.42 Time deposits...................... 828,761.24 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 21,769.07 Public funds........................ 577,092.24 Deposits of banks....,......... 19,787.08 Total dep........$4,110,408.05 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $4,367,465.67  Total  $4,367,465.67  46  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  A R K A N S A S V A L L E Y T R U S T C O M PA N Y, F OR T S M I T H  Sebastian County Chartered February 12, 1906  Telephone Number 3147  Officers  Transit Number 81-571 Directors  Frank W. Youmans................ President Leon E.. Werntz.............. Vice President Walter T. Gosman.......Sec’y-Treasurer  Harry P. Daily S. Bernie Harper Dr. H. Moulton Dr. E. C. Moulton Jerome Ney  Ander K. Orr R. J. Speer Leon E. Werntz Frank W. Youmans  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 167,363.28 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities 1,500.00 19,597.74 Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... 39,709.07 Other real estate............. 100.00 48,399.10 Cash and due from banks Other resources.................. 206,040.92  Capital Stock................. .... $ 150,000.00 Surplus fund.................. 30,000.00 62,468.57 Undivided profits......... 22,263.56 Reserves ........................ Demand deposits........... Time deposits................. U. S. Gov’ t deposits..... Public funds.................. Deposits of banks......... Total dep........ 217,977.98  Other liabilities............. Total ....................................$ 482,710.11  Total .............................. .... $ 482,710.11  T H E BANK OF F R A N K L IN , F R A N K L IN  Izard County Transit Number 81-338  Chartered June 13, 1905  Directors  Officers  J. S. Box................................... President D. F. Bryant.................... Vice President R. M. Standerford...................... Cashier Wilma T. Foreman...........Asst. Cashier  J. S. Box D. F. Bryant  R. M. Standerford  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts......... Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  102,911.25 44.04 61,000.00 2,472.00 1.00 70,570.90 466.50  Capital Stock...................... ! Surplus fund........................ Undivided p ro fits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 205,805.19  10,000.00  15,000.00 6,660.50 188,296.44 4,362.09 13,146.66  Other liabilities Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$ 237,465.69  Total  $ 237,465.69  47  Thirty-sixth Report  BANK OF G LEN W O O D, G LE N W O O D  Pike County Chartered December 27, 1912  Telephone Number 18  Transit Number 81-343 Directors  Officers  John Golden............................. President R. W. Brakefield..........Vice President H. H. Duke....................................Cashier Doris Hutchings................ Asst. Cashier  R. W. Brakefield C. R. Cantrell H. H. Duke John Golden  W. A. O’Neal J. L. Pinkerton Ira C. West  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts......... $ 346,211.80 Overdrafts .......................... 410.45 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 546,300.00 Other bonds and securities 937.00 1,763.42 Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... 1,500.00 Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 281,241.61 Other resources.................. 1.00  Capital Stock...................... $ 25,000.00 30,000.00 Surplus fund............. .......... 36,170.48 Undivided profits.............. Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 843,958.62 Time deposits...................... . 197,187.56 U. S. Gov’t deposits.......... 1,256.25 Public funds........................ 44,792.37 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,087,184.80 Other liabilities..................  Total .................................... $1,178,365.28  Total .................................... $1,178,365.28  BANK OF G R A V E T T , G R A V E T T E  Chartered February 28, 1898  Benton County Telephone Number 40  Officers  Transit Number 81-269 Directors  J. T. Edmonson, Sr................. President Philo Rodgers................Vice President C. E. McAllister............Vice President Tom Cawood................................Cashier Uther Kindley................. Asst. Cashier Eva Ballard..................... Asst. Cashier  Stokes Ballard Tom Cawood J. T. Edmonson J. T. Edmonson, Jr.  Allen McAllister C. E. McAllister Philo Rodgers  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 413,293.20 Overdrafts ...................... 3,543.98 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 641,030.00 Other bonds and securities 30.27 Furniture and fixtures....... 5.376.00 Banking house.................... 4.780.00 Other real estate................ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 503,354.76 Other resources..................  Capital Stock...................... $ Surplus fund........................ Undivided p rofits..............  25,000.00 25,000.00 62,033.93  R.6S6rves  Demand deposits................ 1,395,639.58 Time deposits...................... 46,600.77 U. S. Gov’t deposits.......... Public funds........................ 17,134.93 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$1,459,375.28 Other liabilities.  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,571,409.21  Total  $1,571,409.21  48  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  FA R M E R S BANK, G R E E N W O O D  Sebastian County Chartered August 7, 1907  Telephone Number 76  Officers  Transit Number 81-226 Directors  W. N. Wilkinson...................... President I. M. McClendon.......... Vice President Means Wilkinson....Vice-Pres. & Cash. Geo. A. Henry..................Asst. Cashier Alice Holland................... Asst. Cashier  C. O. Bell W. H. Lewis I. M. McClendon  Means Wilkinson W. N. Wilkinson  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  283,206.03 463,500.00 165,044.49 1,400.00 1.00 1.00 522,368.37  Capital Stock...................... I Surplus fund........................ Undivided p rofits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$1,333,702.96  40.000. 00 25.000.00 36,817.93 891,875.68 223,090.10 218,737.18  Other liabilities. Total  $1,435,520.89  Total  $1,435,520.89  T H E F IR S T BANK, G R I F F I T H V I L L E  Chartered November 6, 1905  White County Telephone Number 416  Officers  Transit Number 81-347 Directors  James A. Neaville.................... President James A. Neaville, Jr... Vice President Ralph Neaville..............................Cashier  Mrs. Claudia L. Grissom James A. Neaville James A. Neaville, Jr. N. B. Smith  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Loans and discounts.........: Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  Liabilities  53,989.62  120, 000.00 1 ,200.00  700.00  72,602.69  Capital Stock...................... ! Surplus fund........................ Undivided p ro fits.............. Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 225,602.70  15,000.00 2,500.00 4,889.61 500.00 212,311.81 400.00 12,890.89  Other liabilities. Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $ 248,492.31  Total  $ 248,492.31  49  Thirty-sixth Report  C L A R K C O U N T Y BANK, GURDON  Clark County Chartered August 4, 1900  Telephone Number 40  Officers  Transit Number 81-349 Directors  F. H. Rudolph....................... President E. H. Frizzell.............. Vice President Richard E. Davidson.................. Cashier Mrs. Lewelyn Edwards....Asst. Cashier  Charles H. Crowe Richard E. Davidson E. H. Frizzell J. E. McMillan  Earl Ross H. T. Ross F. H. Rudolph  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  300,298.45 11.63 317,205.00 120,880.84 3,725.92 227,433.76  Capital Stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 30,000.00 Undivided p rofits............... 35,173.20 2,784.36 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 548,797.12 114,398.00 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 2,765.28 Public funds........................ 210,637.64 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 876,598.04 Other liabilities.  Total ....................................$ 969,555.60  Total ....................................$ 969,555.60  F ARM ER S BA NK, HA M BUR G  Chartered March 10, 1941  Ashley County Telephone Number 47  Officers  W. E. Frank Leslie Louie  Transit Number 81-181 Directors  Foote........................... ...President N. Pugh................ Vice President J. Serrett.......................... Cashier G. Foote................. Asst. Cashier  F. P. Blanks Frank N. Pugh W. E. Foote Leslie J. Serrett Leroy Higginbotham V. W. Walker Murphy Jones S. A. Wilcoxon  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 129,866.48 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,041,900.00 Other bonds and securities 9,405.00 Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 271,567.62 Other resources..................  Capital Stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 60,000.00 Undivided profits ............... 30,994.70 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 1,285,698.93 Time deposits...................... 8,168.11 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 1,756.46 Public funds........................ 41,120.90 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,336,744.40 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,452,739.10  Total  $1,452,739.10  50  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  CALHOUN COUNTY  BANK, H A M P T O N  Calhoun County Chartered October 26, 1906  Telephone Number 42  Transit Number 81-353  Officers  Directors  B. W. Harrell........................ President Searcy Harrell....Vice Pres. & Cashier Len Harrell...................... Asst. Cashier  A. B. Garrett B. W. Harrell Fay Harrell Searcy Harrell  E. C. Johnston I. C. Strickland A. G. Wood  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Liabilities  Resources  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  373,366.06 417,852.50 158,668.99 1.00 2,500.00 1.00 212,881.22  Capital Stock................. ,....! Surplus fund........................ Undivided p rofits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,049,546.88 Other liabilities  Total ....................................$1,165,270.77  25.000. 00 50.000. 00 11,306.18 24,040.00 680,961.26 116,740.35 12,213.90 239,631.37  5,377.71  Total  $1,165,270.77  T H E BANK OF H A RRISBU RG , H A R R IS B U R G  Chartered December 2, 1930  Poinsett County Telephone Number 63  Officers  Transit Number 81-693 Directors  T. T. Mardis.............................. President John Gant........................ Vice President Wm. S. Martin............................ Cashier Mrs. D, M. Mardis..........Asst. Cashier Horace S. Smith............Asst. Cashier  John Gant Mrs. D. M. Mardis  T. T. Mardis  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 190,455.46 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 601,900.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... 11,622.40 Banking house.................... 9,552.00 Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 455,826.56 Other resources..................  Capital Stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided p ro fits............... 20.027.37 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 1,085,802.55 Time deposits...................... U. S ’ Gov’t deposits........... 2,476.07 Public funds........................ 83,050.43 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$1,174,329.05 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,269,356.42  Total  $1,269,356.42  51  Thirty-sixth Report  C O M M E R C IA L BANK, H A RRISO N  Boone County Chartered July 7, 1944  Telephone Number 575 or 306  Officers  F. L. Coffman__ V. D. W illis.......... Dr. D. L. Owens T. W. Rogers.....  Transit Number 81-746 Directors  .......... President ..Vice President Vice President ............. Cashier  W. T. Bradley F. L. Coffman, Jr. F. L. Coffman, Sr. T. L. Jackson C. N. Kent, Sr.  Dr. D. L. Owens E. E. Pippen T. W. Rogers V. D. Willis J. O. Wilson  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 940,961.81 Overdrafts ...................... 532,262.50 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. Other bonds and securities 28,050.40 20,337.34 Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 814,082.71 Other resources..................  Capital Stock...................... $ 60,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided p rofits.............. 19,748.40 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 1,633,564.15 Time deposits.................... 376,267.91 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 9,593.21 Public funds........................ 176,727.27 Deposits of banks............... 9,793.82 Total dep........$2,205,946.36 Other liabilities..................  Total ....................................$2,335,694.76  Total .................................... $2,335,694.76  T H E S E C U R IT Y BA NK, HARRISO N  Chartered November 20, 1931  Boone County Telephone Number 86  Officers  C. T. L. E.  C. Alexander..................... President C. Heuer....................Vice President A. Watkins................Vice President R. Tims..................................Cashier  Transit Number 81-704 Directors  C. C. Alexander Roy L. Baker Roy L. Baker, Jr. Dr. Wm. W. Christeson S. W. Heuer T. C. Heuer  Joe W. Kirby R. W. Milum W. O. Newton E. R. Tims L. A. Watkins  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$1,340,118.08 Overdrafts .......................... 161.75 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,254,800.00 Other bonds and securities 433,412.19 Furniture and fixtures....... 1.00 Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 1,803,952.42 Other resources.................. 3.00  Capital Stock...................... $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 125,000.00 Undivided p rofits.............. 30,533.22 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 3,237,432.20 Time deposits...................... 936,920.94 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 35,177.00 Public funds....................... 341,911.87 Deposits of banks.............. 25,474.21 Total dep........$4,576,916.22 Other liabilities.  Total ....... i..............................$4,832,449.44   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ........ ............................. $4,832,449.44  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  52  P R A IR IE C O U N T Y BANK, H A Z E N  Prairie County Chartered July 17, 1945  Telephone Number 90  Transit Number 81-750 Directors  Officers  J. J. Screeton........................ President R. C. Hartlieb.E xec. Vice President L. P. A ycock............. Vice President James E. Sparks........................ Cashier Grace O. Stallings.............Asst. Cashier  L. P. J. O. H. J. R. C. H. B.  J. J. Screeton Ezra Shoop James E. Sparks J. J. Watterson  Aycock Crowly Hall Hartlieb Robinson  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 435,866.85 927.82 Overdrafts ............,......... 83,309.34 U. S. Gov’t obligationsOther bonds and securities 220,495.28 22,330.07 Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... 27,669.93 Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 182,276.90 Other resources.................. 1,445.58  Capital Stock...................... $ 60,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 15,000.00 16,153.99 Undivided p rofits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 631,365.36 Time deposits...................... 92,215.65 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 2,197.69 Public funds........................ 157,389.08 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 883,167.78 Other liabilities..................  Total ....................................$ 974,321.77  Total .................................... $ 974,321.77  T H E C L E B U R N E C O U N T Y BANK, H E B E R SPRINGS  Cleburne County Chartered December 16, 1930  Telephone Number 13  Transit Number 81-175  Officers  Directors  Dr. L. E. Robbins.................. President Elbert C. Sherlock.........Vice President Jerome Johnson.......................... Cashier Walter Aldridge.............. Asst. Cashier  Jerome Johnson Mrs. O. B. Robbins Dr. Joe N. Robbins W. H. Robbins Dr. L. E. Robbins  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  304,199.31 249.99 286,350.00 134,950.00 1.00 3,000.00 519,782.24  Capital Stock...................... $ 30,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 35,000.00 Undivided p ro fits............... 83,689.65 Reserves ............................. , 3,688.26 Demand deposits................. 1,010,921.04 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 150.00 Public funds........................ 85,083.59 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$1,096,154.63 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,248,532.54  Total  $1,248,532.54  Thirty-sixth Report  53  G U A R A N T Y LOAN A N D T R U S T C O M PAN Y, H E L E N A  (Not engaged in commercial banking) Phillips County Chartered February 9, 1910 Telephone Number Main 636 Transit Number 81-64 Officers  Directors  Dewey Moore............................President E. C. Nelson.................. Vice President C. L. McKelvy...... Secretary-Treasurer  S. H. Hurst C. E. Mayer Dewey Moore E. C. Nelson  M. R. Ready H. G. Stephens, Jr. H. H. White  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Loans and discounts..... $ Overdrafts ....................... U. S. Gov’t obligations.. Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  Liabilities  88,843.36  6, 100.00 6,500.00 687.00 1.00 44,158.60 3,001.00  Capital Stock...................... $ Surplus fund........................ Undivided p rofits.............. Reserves .............................. Trust deposits.................... Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits.......... Public funds........................ Deposits o f banks.............. Total dep........ Other liabilities..................  Totai ....................................$ 149,290.96  50,000.00 20,000.00 10,353.05 66,890.95  2,046.96  Total .................................... $ 149,290.96  V A L L E Y BANK, H IN D S V 1L L E  Chartered November 8, 1907  Madison County Telephone Number 22  Officers  Adry Gaskill..................... President C. F. Fitch, Jr........ Vice President H. L. Mayfield......... Vice President Fred E. R eed ........................ Cashier Lloyd A. Linebarger....Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-362 •Directors  William B. Bunch C. F. Fitch, Jr. Adry Gaskill James R. Hargis  Tom Hargis Lloyd A. Linebarger H. L. Mayfield  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources Liabilities Capital Stock...................... $ 10,000.00 Loans and discounts.........$ 44,467.91 Overdrafts .......................... Surplus fund........................ 10,000.00 95,800.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Undivided profits.............. 3,558.34 3,940.00 Reserves .............................. Other bonds and securities 5,426.80 Furniture and fixtures....... 1.00 Demand deposits................ 135,492.85 Banking house.................... 600.00 Time deposits...................... 40,423.83 Other real estate................ U. S. Gov’t deposits.......... 70,092.91 Public funds........................ Cash and due from banks 10,000.00 Other resources.................. Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 185,916.68 Other liabilities.................. Total ........................ :.......... $ 214,901.82  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ....................................$ 214,901.82  54  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF H O L L Y GROVE, H O L L Y GROVE  Monroe County Chartered March 12, 1903  Telephone Number 681  Transit Number 81-275  Officers  Directors  M. P. W alls.............................. President J. I. Matthews................ Vice President B. J. Lambert, Jr....................... Cashier Jack Phillips.................... Asst. Cashier  B. B. J. J.  J. Lambert J. Lambert, Jr. I. Matthews W. Mayo  J. B. Moore, Jr. M. P. Walls O. M. Washington  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts...... $ 214,746.80 Overdrafts ....................... 673,800.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations... 27,000.00 Other bonds and securities 1.00 Furniture and fixtures..... 900.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate................ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 177,761.04 Other resources..................  Capital Stock...................... $ 30,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided p rofits............... 33,956.60 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 776,024.82 Time deposits...................... 86,805.11 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 1,318.59 Public funds........................ 116,104.72 Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$ 980,253.24 Other liabilities..................  Total ....................................$1,094,209.84  Total .....................................$1,094,209.84  H O R A T IO S T A T E BANK, H O R A T IO  Sevier County Chartered May 15, 1905  Telephone Number 77  Transit Number 81-342  Officers  Directors  C. E. Hendrix.......................... President O. T. Brinkley................ Vice President Mazie Gallaher............................ Cashier  O. T. Brinkley F. R. Ethridge C. E. Hendrix  Lilia Hendrix L. O. Shull  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........: Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  351,249.90 457.27 130,310.60 20,906.74  1 , 200.00 2.00 258,669.10  Capital Stock...................... : Surplus fund........................ Undivided p ro fits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 691,824.06  25.000. 00 25.000. 00 20,971.55 507,535.80 119,197.24 65,091.02  Other liabilities. Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$ 762,795.61  Total  $ 762,795.61  55  Thirty-sixth Report  A R K A N S A S T R U S T C O M PAN Y, H O T SPRINGS  Garland County Chartered April 18, 1907  Telephone Number 629  Transit Number 81-51  Officers  Directors  D. Burgauer.......................... ..-President Geo. H. Sexton.............. Vice President Dewell Jackson....Vice Pres. & Cashier C. J. Clements....................Asst. Cashier Norton Meek, Jr.................Asst. Cashier M. Schnebelen....................Asst. Cashier R. E. Jones..........................Asst. Cashier  D. Burgauer Geo. H. Sexton Clarence J. Horner Floyd L. Thompson Dewell Jackson E. M. Thrash Norton Meek, Jr. Warren W. Wilson Carl E. Miles E. F. W oodcock  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$1,555,623.78 Overdrafts .... 251.12 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 6,926,641.10 Other bonds and securities 488,415.26 21,076.94 Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... 42,000.00 Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 3,131,651.28 56,586.91 Other resources..................  Capital Stock......................$ 300,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 300,000.00 Undivided profits ............... 226,920.85 Reserves .............................. 70,731.54 Demand deposits................ 8,916,709.19 Time deposits...................... 921,119.27 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 137,654.45 Public funds........................ 1,290,029.83 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep......$11,265,512.74 Other liabilities..................  Total ..................................$12,222,246.39  59,081.26  Total .................................. $12,222,246.39  J A C K S O N V IL L E S T A T E BANK, J A C K S O N V IL L E  Pulaski County Chartered August 2, 1949  Telephone Number 3  Transit Number 81-764  Officers  Directors  Raymond Rebsamen.........President Kenneth Pat W ilson.......Vice-Pres. Cashier R. C. W illcox.............. Garland Kirkpatrick-Asst. Cashier Joyce Rye Hester.......Asst. Cashier  Jack East Raymond Rebsamen Dr. Oscar Gray, Jr. B. Fred Thompson Lyle B. Marcus Kenneth Pat Wilson J. H. Mize  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........: Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  404,109.10  20,000.00  10,263.34 13,539.48 154,759.18  .$ 602,671.10  Capital stock...................... : Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits.............. Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 515,870.16 Other liabilities.................. Total  50.000. 00 10. 000. 00 8,531.17 434,321.63 10,438.02 71,110.51 18,269.77  $ 602,671.10  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  56  N E W T O N C O U N T Y BANK, JASPER  Newton CountyChartered March 24, 1903  Telephone Number 15  Officers  Transit Number 81-371 Directors  O. A. Moore................................President J. Lex Moore W. J. Pruitt...................... Vice-President Guy A. Moore Guy A. Moore.................. Vice-President O. A. Moore L. W. Nance.............................. Cashier Goldie Ham...................... Asst. Cashier  L. W. Nance W. J. Pruitt  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 139,660.57 Overdrafts .................... 2.44 470,320.50 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures......... 692.08 Banking house........................ 524.88 Other real estate................. Cash and due from banks 163,782.84 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... ! Surplus fund...................... Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 718,351.20  25,000.00 5.000. 00 18,632.11 8 . 000 .  615,122.20 103,229.00  Other liabilities. 774,983.31  Total  Total  774,983.31  C IT IZ E N S B A NK OF JONESBORO, JONESBORO  Craighead County Chartered July 25, 1919 '  Telephone Number 6603  Officers  Transit Number 81-613 Directors  M. L. McKinney...................... President J. E. McKee...................Vice-President J. Lan Williams.............Vice-President C. V. McKinney...........................Cashier Major Griffin.................... Asst. Cashier  C. V. McKinney G. E. McKinney M. L. McKinney  B. Frank Williams J. Lan Williams  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$3,039,227.51 Overdrafts ............................ 544.58 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 3,545,225.85 Other bonds and securities 134,175.00 Furniture and fixtures..... 1.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 1,616,528.05 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 200,000.00 Surplus fund......................... 200,000.00 Undivided profits............... 121,294.09 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 4,464,313.09 Time deposits....................... 2,225,242.50 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 58,489.35 Public funds........................ 598,347.40 Deposits of banks............... 468,015.56 Total dep........$7,814,407.90 Other liabilities...................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $8,335,701.99  Total  $8,335,701.99  00  57  Thirty-sixth Report  M E R C A N T I L E BANK, JONESBORO  Craighead County Chartered January 7, 1932  Telephone Number 5521  Officers  Transit Number 81-72 Directors  Claude Gregory.................. President G. G. Smith.............Exec. Vice-Pres. Nathan Deutsch..Vice-Pres. & Cash. R. W. Higginbotham..Asst. Cashier Alberta Dickson.........Asst. Cashier Carey Smith.................Asst. Cashier  Bryan Armstrong Edward O. Cherry Nathan Deutsch A. Faught Charles Frierson Claude Gregory  W. Gus Nash, Jr. Lloyd M. Rebsamen G. G. Smith J. Paul Smith  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$1,738,166.98 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 3,338,486.41 Other bonds and securities 205,558.02 Furniture and fixtures..... 10,658.10 15,000.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks.. 1,278,757.26 Other resources.................. 5,390.64  Capital stock...................... $ 200,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 100,000.00 Undivided profits............... 136,940.43 Reserves .............................. 2,550.00 Demand deposits................. 3,585,342.13 Time deposits...................... 1,878,451.59 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 46,576.46 Public funds........................ 546,092.31 Deposits of banks............... 96,064.49 Total dep........$6,152,526.98 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $6,592,017.41  Total ................................ $6,592,017.41  F A R M E R S A N D M E R C H A N T S BANK, JU DSO NIA  White County Chartered May 29, 1913  Telephone Number 38  Officers  Transit Number 81-549 Directors  John A. Henson........................President W. R. Felts W. R. Felts......................Vice-President J. H. Graves J. H. Graves....................Vice-President John A. Henson P. E. Bauer..................................Cashier G. D. Young...................... Asst. Cashier  O. C. Waller R. E. Waller Edgar Wright  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 46,361.71 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 514,500.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... 1.00 Banking house.................... 750.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 287,367.38 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... ! Surplus fund...................... Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 769,529.90  17.500.00 17.500.00 44,450.19 663,584.87 105,945.03  Other liabilities. Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $ 848,980.09  Total  .$ 848,980.09  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  58  U N IO N S T A T E BANK. J U N C T IO N C I T Y  Union County Chartered August 28, 1933  Telephone Number 73  Officers  Transit Number 81-232 Directors  I. A. Brinker............................President O. H. Goodwin.................Vice-President J. M. Thompson...........................Cashier  I. A. Brinker A. A. Couch O. H. Goodwin  Houston Hall H. J. Williams  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts......... $ 139,916.29 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 483,500.00 Other bonds and securities 28,500.00 Furniture and fixtures....... 2.400.00 Banking house.................... 2.900.00 Other real estate................ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 312,813.73 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund............. 25,000.00 Undivided profits............... 36,222.75 Reserves .............................. 3,850.00 Demand deposits................. 676,587.84 Time deposits...................... 92,963.86 8,679.14 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ 101,727.43 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 879,958.27 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $ 970,031.02  Total .................................$ 970,031.02  BANK OF K E N S E T T , K E N S E T T  White County Chartered February 17, 1922  Telephone Number 191  Officers  Transit Number 81-649 Directors  A. P. Mills.................................President John H. Johnston.........Vice-President Mrs. Thelma Roth................. ....Cashier  A. P. Mills J. W. Sloan John H. Johnston  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 29,621.61 Overdrafts .......................... 52.30 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 208,000.00 Other bonds and securities 308.40 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 194,494.64 Other resources.................. 1.00  Canital stock...................... $ 17,500.00 Surplus fund........................ 4,000.00 Undivided profits............... 10,568.00 Reserves .............................. 54.00 Demand deposits................. 393,295.45 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits.......... Public funds........................ 7,061.50 Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$ 400,356.95 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $ 432,478.95   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ................................ $ 432,478.95  59  Thirty-sixth Report  B A NK OF KEO, KEO  Lonoke County Chartered January 13, 1920 Telephone Number 1602F12 Transit Number 81-631 Directors  Officers  A. J. H. J.  B. Cobb................................ President D. Cobb........................Vice-President A. Coleman.................Vice-President F. Coffman............................ Cashier  A. B. Cobb J. D. Cobb S. C. Cobb  J. F. Coffman H. A. Coleman  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts......... ' Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  34,341.82 5.25 56,000.00 50,182.00  1.00 155,907.15  Capital stock...................... : Surplus fund...................... Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$ 254,955.42  25,000.00 ID,000.00 6,481.80 229,183.81  2 ,100.00 23,671.61  Other liabilities. 296,437.22  Total  Total  296,437.22  BANK OF K IN G ST O N , K IN G S T O N  Madison County Chartered April 7, 1911  Transit Number 81-467  Officers  Directors  A. B. Bunch............................ President Tom Hargis....................Vice-President Wilson Bunch..............................Cashier Wm. B. Bunch.................. Asst. Cashier  A. B. Bunch Wilson Bunch H. C. Fields  Tom Hargis H. R. McCracken  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........! Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  52,016.30 92,800.00 25,953.75  1.00 1.00 2.00  108,250.87  Capital stock...................... ! Surplus fund...................... Undivided profits.............. Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 247,244.05  10,000.00  10,000.00  6,780.87 5.000. 00 173,549.25 68,694.80 5.000.  Other liabilities. Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$ 279,024.92  Total  $ 279,024.92  00  60  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  F A R M E R S S T A T E BANK, L A K E C IT Y  Craighead County Chartered February 28, 1950  Telephone Number 3221  Officers  Transit Number 81-766 Directors  H. H. McAdams.......................President M. S. Rubenstein...........Vice-President L. D. Walker, Jr....................... Cashier Donald Timms................ Asst. Cashier  Fred H. Carter L. A. Cato W. O. Doak H. H. McAdams  M. S. Rubenstein C. L. Sanders G. E. W ood  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 145,102.94 Overdrafts ...................... 125,088.32 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. Other bonds and securities 1 , 000.00 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... 4,000.00 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 185,712.01 Other resburces..................  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 10,000.00 Undivided profits............... 926.96 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 233,657.23 Time deposits...................... 14,000.00 U. S. Gov't deposits........... Public funds........................ 102,319.08 Deposits of banks............... 50,000.00 Total dep........$ 399,976.31 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $ 460,903.27  Total .................................$ 460,903.27  BA NK OF L A K E V IL L A G E , L A K E V I L L A G E  Chicot County Chartered October 14, 1937  Telephone Number 46  Officers  Transit Number 81-598 Directors  B. C. Clark................................President J. B. Gillison.................. Vice-President E. T. Cashion............................... Cashier James S. Suitt.................Asst. Cashier Frances Wheat............... Asst. Cashier  Ben Angel E. T. Cashion B. C. Clark  J. B. Gillison W. C. Lovette W. T. Wynne  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 560,323.61 Overdrafts ...................... 440.96 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 948,249.39 Other bonds and securities 6,900.00 Furniture and fixtures..... 2,063.41 Banking house.................... 10 , 000.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 364,079.88 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 98,144.63 Reserves .............................. 16,726.74 Demand deposits................. 1,249,562.45 Time deposits....................... 154,998.95 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 13,104.98 Public funds........................ 258,538.78 Deposits o f banks............... Total dep........$1,676,205.16 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,892,057.25  Total  980.72 $1,892,057.25  61  Thirty-sixth Report  C IT IZ E N S BANK OF LAVACA, LAVACA  Sebastian County Chartered May 5, 1910  Telephone Number 2341  Officers  Transit Number 81-378 Directors  J. S. Coffman.......................... President J. M. Llewellyn............ Vice-President F. L. Granger.................Asst. Cashier  J. S. Coffman I. H. Fielder  W. D. West, Jr.  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........! Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations....... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Bahking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  75,952.08 131,800.00 9,215.99  1.00 1.00  135,760.25  Capital stock...................... ! Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits.............. Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 317,802.92  15,000.00 7.500.00 4,927.40 7.500.00 280,543.61 8,661.07 2,911.56 25,686.68  Other liabilities Total  352,730.32  Total  .$ 352,730.32  L I T T L E R IV E R BANK, L E P A N T O  Poinsett County Chartered November 21, 1919  Telephone Number 108  Officers  Transit Number 81-622 Directors  D. F. Portis..............................President B. H. Murphy.................. Vice-President A. T. Bell......................................Cashier Mrs. R. L. W hite.............Asst. Cashier Will J. Riddick................ Asst. Cashier  A. T. Bell E. P. Burton W. H. Cross Wayne Eason  B. H. Murphy D. F. Portis J. C. Portis  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 689,093.19 Overdrafts ...................... 510.50 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 267,200.00 Other bonds and securities 46,770.84 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 763,866.55 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 75,000.00 Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... 67,498.84 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 1,193,575.98 Time deposits.................... 103,334.31 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 16,359.26 Public funds........................ 261,672.69 Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$1,574,942.24 Other liabilities.  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,767,441.08  Total  $1,767,441.08  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  62  L E S L IE S T A T E BANK, L E S L IE  Searcy County Chartered April 17, 1948  Telephone Number 60  Transit Number 81-761  Officers  Directors  Rex Killebrew.......................... President Arthur J. Siegel....Vice-Pres. & Cashier Virgil Blair.............................. Secretary  Virgil Blair Rex Killebrew Wm. J. Seeger  Arthur J. Siegel Page H. Thomas  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 109,873.16 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 95,768.97 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... 3,452.24 Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 91,258.36 Other resources.................. 417.85  Capital stock...................... I Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 254,791.46  25.000. 00 10. 000. 00 10,979.12 226,089.13 7,819.46 20,882.87  Other liabilities. Total  300,770.58  300,770.58  Total  PEO P LE S BANK A N D LOAN CO M PA N Y, L E W I S V I L L E  Lafayette County Chartered August 25, 1911  Telephone Number 98  Officers  Transit Number 81-475 Directors  W. D. Stewart.......................... President J. C. Landes....Exec. Vice-Pres. & Cash.  P. D. Burton P. D. Burton, Jr. J. A. Harrel  J. C. Landes T. P. Lemay W. D. Stewart  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate................. Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  346,566.43 223.51 277,563.65 191,854.07 5,000.00 20,000.00 285,125.41 77.25  Capital stock...................... : Surplus fund...................... Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$1,034,196.91  30.000. 00 50.000. 00 12,213.41 739,640.53 169,745.93 7,799.34 117,011.11  Other liabilities. Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,126,410.32  Total  $1,126,410.32  Thirty-sixth Report  63  BANK OF LIN C O LN , L IN CO LN  Washington County Chartered March 19, 1903  Telephone Number 19  Transit Number 81-3S4 Directors  Officers  W. T. Shannon....................... President J. A. English................... Vice-President B. J. Basden................................. Cashier  B. E. J. H.  J. Basden W. Baugh A. English A. Lewis  R. H. Pitts S. H. Pitts W. T. Shannon  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Liabilities  Resources  Loans and discounts...........! Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  318,204.12 567.83 206,500.00 69,640.00  1.00  1.00  332,259.26  Capital stock...................... : Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits.............. Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 831,470.63  25.000. 00 25.000. 00 45,702.58 660,646.15 117,383.28 14,263.23 39,177.97  Other liabilities. Total ................................ $ 927,173.21  927,173.21  Total  M E T R O P O L IT A N T R U S T C O M PA N Y, L I T T L E ROCK  (Not engaged in commercial banking) \ Pulaski County Chartered June 5, 1925^  Telephone Number 4-1744  Transit NumberDirectors  Officers  Justin Matthews, Jr..............President Somers Matthews...........Vice-President John P. Matthews...................Secretary Eva M. Hale................ Asst. Secretary  John P. Matthews Justin Matthews, Jr. Lila B. Matthews Martha D. Matthews Somers Matthews  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Liabilities  Resources  Loans and discounts...........! Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures.... Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  65,493.93 123,927.39 542.30 53,366.36 4,777.59 191,110.45  $ 439,218.02  Capital stock........... Surplus fund............ Undivided profits.... Reserves .................. Demand deposits..... Time deposits........... U. S. Gov’t deposits. Public funds............ Deposits of banks.... Total deposits......... Other liabilities....... Total  250,000.00 25,000.00 101,465.02 3,208.47  59,544.53 $ 439,218.02  64  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  W O R T H E N B A NK A N D T R U S T CO M PA N Y, L I T T L E ROCK  Pulaski County Chartered August 4, 1902  Telephone Number 4-4392  Officers  Emmett Morris.....Chairman of Board James H. Penick.....................President L. E. Dishongh....Vice-Pres. & Cashier John G. Potts.................Vice-President Harry M. Crowe...........Vice-President James Keith.....................Vice-President G. A. Zimmerman.........Vice-President Gardner Lile...................Vice-President Booker Worthen............. Vice-President Dan M. Murphy...Asst. Vice-President Melvin Lawson.....Asst. Vice-President R. B. Elwood.........Asst. Vice-President M. S. Heim........................ Asst. Cashier M. L. Hogan......................Asst. Cashier R. M. McCown................... Asst. Cashier Louis East.......................... Asst. Cashier W. G. Cobb........................Asst. Cashier E. O. Maness.................... Asst. Cashier G. L. Alexander............... Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-7 Directors  Wm. C. Allsopp W. Robt. Crow Harry M. Crowe L. E. Dishongh Alfred Leymer Emmet Morris  James H. Penick John G. Potts Frank M. Silverman Theo. C. Treadway Booker Worthen  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.......$ 8,607,625.84 Overdrafts ........................ 78.50 U. S. Gov’t obligations.... 25,661,523.85 Other bonds and secur... 4,559,633.52 Furniture and fixtures.... 115,000.00 Banking house.................. 150,000.00 Other real estate............. Cash and due from banks 17,674,103.35 Other resources................ 84,824.53  Capital stock...................... $ 1,000,000.00 Surplus fund....................... 1,000,000.00 Undivided profits............. 360,138.58 Reserves .......................... 111,988.89 Demand deposits............... 27,669,110.41 Time deposits................... 10,648,151.95 U. S. Gov’t deposits......... 1,064,466.25 Public funds....................... 5,513,568.09 Deposits of banks........... 9,481,974.52 Total dep....$54,377,271.22 Other liabilities.................  Total .............................. $56,852,789.59   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  3,390.90  Total ...............................$56,852,789.59  Thirty-sixth Report  Ob  BA NK OF LOCKESBURG, LOCKESBURG  Sevier County Chartered October 14, 1902  Telephone Number 78  Transit Number 81-385  Officers  Directors  M. L. Norwood....................... President R. C. Norwood.......................... Cashier Mrs. R. C. Norwood.........Asst. Cashier  Mary F. Hampson M. L. Norwood Hugh Latimer R. C. Norwood  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Liabilities  Resources  Loans and discounts......... Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  89,974.31 203,950.00 21,000.00 •1.00 1,600.00 119,708.58  Capital stock...................... $ 25.000. 00 14.000. 00 Surplus fund........................ 7,713.54 Undivided profits................ Reserves .............................. Demand deposits.................. 321,699.78 30,465.46 Time deposits.................. U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 37,355.11 Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 389,520.35 Other liabilities.  Total  436,233.89  436,233.89  Total  F IR S T S T A T E BANK, L O N O K E  Lonoke County Chartered March 9, 1935  Telephone Number 157  Officers  Transit Number 81-200 Directors  J. J. Fletcher...........................President W. H. Bransford...........Vice-President Neill Fletcher.V ice-Pres. & Cashier Arthur Herring.................Asst. Cashier  J. O. Bennett W. H. Bransford J. J. Fletcher Neill Fletcher  M. E. Lyons W. W. McCrary, Jr. Guy E. Williams  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts......... $ 122,872.91 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 993,729.80 Other bonds and securities 67,236.92 Furniture and Fixtures..... 1.00 Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 260,969.65 Other resources.................. 7,898.99  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund.............. :........ 40,000.00 Undivided profits............... 52,907.57 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits............— 1,142,441.74 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 2,349.87 Public funds........................ 190,011.09 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,334,802.70 Other liabilities.  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,452,710.27  Total  $1,452,710.27  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  66  F A R M E R S BANK A N D T R U S T C O M PAN Y, M A G N O L IA  Columbia County Chartered September 26, 1906  Telephone Number 1  Transit Number 81-163  Officers  Directors  T. S. Grayson.......................... President R. S. Warnock, Jr.......... Vice-President W. L. Jameson, Jr.......... Vice-President J. B. Lee...................................... Cashier H. A. Reid...................... Asst. Cashier W. K. Twitty.................. Asst. Cashier  R. S. Foster W. N. Paschal T. S. Grayson Mrs. T. H. Reeves W. L. Jameson, Jr. H. A. Reid J. G. Langston J. A. W. Souter J. B. Lee R. S. Warnock, Jr.  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 90,408.12 Overdrafts .......................... 309.10 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 5,940,672.68 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... 28,808.00 Banking house.................... 51,439.00 Other real estate............... 42.00 Cash and due from banks 1,581,386.59 Other resources.................. 4.00  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 200,000.00 Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... 127,968.79 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 6,346,724.44 Time deposits...................... 371,181.09 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 26,440.81 Public funds........................ 567,352.85 Deposits of banks............... 3,401.51 Total dep........$7,315,100.70 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $7,693,069.49  Total ................................ $7,693,069.49  BA NK OF M A L V E R N , M A L V E R N  Hot Spring County Chartered June 24, 1889  Transit Number 81-131  Telephone Number 66  Officers  Directors  Robert S. Smith, Jr..........President J. Elmo Young.........Vice-President R. R. Chamberlain....Vice-President Dr. W. S. Richardson.....Vice-Pres. Jester Jones............................ Cashier Miss Hester H. Smith..Asst. Cash. Foy G. Ritchey...........Asst. Cashier  Mrs. Flora B. Adams Chas. S. Smith Ray Boyle Robert S. Smith, Jr. R. R. Chamberlain J. Elmo Young Dr. W. S. Richardson  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts........... $ 528,700.95 Overdrafts .......................... 3.508.16 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 2,289,979.66 Other bonds and securities 21,050.00 Furniture and fixtures..... 27,420.36 Banking house.................... 1,975.00 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 783,498.35 Other resources.................. 9,910.00  Capital stock........................ $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 89,850.34 Reserves .............................. 23,206.31 Demand deposits................. 3,043,629.51 Time deposits..................... 47,630.28 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 40,076.65 Public funds........................ 302,836.74 Deposits of banks............... 18,812.65 Total dep........$3,452,985.83 Other liabilities.  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $3,666,042,48  Total  $3,666,042.48  67  Thirty-sixth Report  PEO PLES BANK, M A M M O T H SPRING  Fulton CountyChartered February 8, 1921  Telephone Number 44  Transit Number 81-645  Officers  Directors  J. F. Martin............................ President Mrs. Auda M. Culver Cloy H. Culver....Vice-Pres. & Cashier Cloy H. Culver Lew W. Lewis................ Asst. Cashier J. F. Martin  J. R. Martin I. M. Plumlee  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 69,089.33 Overdrafts ...................... 108.18 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 528,000.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... 1.00 Banking house.................... 380.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 145,382.35 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 10,000.00 Undivided profits.................. 12,193.00 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 664,879.35 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 2,654.17 Public funds............................ 28,234.34 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 695,767.86 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................$ 742,960.86  Total ................................ $ 742,960.86  M E R C H A N T S AND P L A N T E R S BANK, M A N IL A  Mississippi County Chartered March 16, 1948  Telephone Number 30  Transit Number 81-710  Officers  Directors  E. C. Fleeman......................... President H. D. Alston C. W. Tipton..................Vice-President Wm. Borowsky Wm. G. Fox................................. Cashier E. P. Burton T. W. Holt........................ Asst. Cashier E. C. Fleeman  Wm. G. Fox C. W. Tipton L. E. Townsend  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Loans and discounts......... Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  Liabilities  338,584.65 31,000.00 10,524.17 10,153.00 447,469.29  Capital stock............. .'........ Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits.............. Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 747,794.89  50.000. 00 15.000. 00 24,936.22 497,113.91 250,680.98  Other liabilities. Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  837,731.11  Total  837,731.11  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  68  BA NK OF M A N S F IE L D , M A N S F IE L D  Sebastian County Chartered February 16, 1939  Telephone Number 7  Officers  Transit Number 81-249 Directors  G. R. Holbrook..........................President Gilmer K. Dixon Gilmer K. Dixon.............. Vice-President B. R. Holbrook W. W. Holbrook..........................Cashier G. R. Holbrook B. R. Holbrook.............. Asst. Cashier  W. W. Holbrook S. M. Taylor G. G. Woods  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  241,678.93 67.56 694,000.00 111,948.00 1.00 1.00 386,789.72  Capital stock...................... $ 30,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 45,000.00 Undivided profits............... 31,495.58 Reserves ............................ 28,094.79 Demand deposits................. 969,906.05 Time deposits...................... 250,205.56 U. S. Gov’t deposits......... 12,647.37 Public funds........................ 67,136.86 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$1,299,895.84 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $1,434,486.21  Total ................................ $1,434,486.21  F A R M E R S A N D M E R C H A N T S BANK, M A R IA N N A  Lee County Chartered January 9, 1942  Telephone Number 585  Officers  Transit Number 81-744 Directors  H. L. Petty.............................. President W. V. Moye..................... Vice-President W. R. Jones................................. Cashier Mrs. Nelle R. Stallings...Asst. Cashier  E. D. Thos. A. C. Glenn John  Conner H. Gist Mahan, Jr. U. Miller F. Miller  W. V. Moye Ike Panich H. L. Petty Harvey W. Wilson  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........! Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  872,552.24 786.00 28,500.00 18,000.00 7,445.01 516,275.00 603.81  Capital stock...................... ! Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$1,291,899.51  50.000. 00 50.000. 00 43,635.02 8,627.53 985,910.05 7,600.00 9,902.99 263,486.47 25.000. 00  Other liabilities. Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,444,162.06  Total  $1,444,162.06  Thirty-sixth R eport  69  C IT IZ E N S BANK, M ARIO N  Crittenden County Chartered March 15, 1938  Telephone Number 1  Officers  Transit Number 81-742 Directors  J. F. Fogleman........................ President Perry Barton..................Vice-President A. J. Lumpkin............................Cashier Mrs. Mary L. Hoskins....Asst. Cashier  Perry Barton A. J. Lumpkin Wilson P. Barton Alex Stirewalt J. F. Fogleman  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  232,554.33 102.71 887,989.58 120,780.43 1.00 1.00 352,416.15  Capital stock...................... $ 40,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 40,000.00 42,219.60 Undivided profits.............. Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 995,558.68 Time deposits............... 71,873.46 U. S. Gov’t deposits.......... 6,053.63 Public funds........................ 398,139.83 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,471,625.60 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................$1,593,845.20  Total ................................ $1,593,845.20  M A R K E D T R E E BA NK, M A R K E D T R E E  Poinsett County Chartered March 3, 1932  Telephone Number 60  Officers  Transit Number 81-705 Directors  John Brunner, Sr.....................President Frank Brunner H. R. Ritter......................Vice-President John Brunner Louis H. Goad............................. Cashier John Brunner, Jr. Helen M. Stewart.............Asst. Cashier  H. R. Ritter L. V. Ritter L. V. Ritter, Jr.  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 704,332.58 Overdrafts .......................... 77.60 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 868,145.00 Other bonds and securities .50 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... .50 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 556,345.11 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 75,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 36,681.23 5,862.17 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 1,655,357.19 Time deposits...................... 2,226.00 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 9,206.53 Public funds........................ 278,505.73 Deposits of banks............... 16,062.44 Total dep........$1,961,357.89 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $2,128,901.29  Total  $2,128,901.29  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  70  T H E C IT IZ E N S BA NK, M A R S H A L L  Searcy County Chartered February 26, 1940  Telephone Number 27  Transit Number 81-715 Directors  Officers  Mrs. Mary Massey....................President J. C. Baker J. C. Baker........................Vice-President M. F. Cash Leo W atts..................................... Cashier Leonard Coffman Jimmie Lee Battershelk.Asst. Cashier Dewey Massey  Mrs. Mary Massey Ancil Mays Leo Watts  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........: Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  294,409.66 20.83 257,000.00  6 , 000.00  4,249.67 13,363.78 5,892.87 573,657.64  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 35,000.00 Undivided profits............... 15,163.45 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 620,444.07 286,050.65 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 6,189.27 Public funds........................ 166,747.01 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$1,079,431.00 Other liabilities.  $1,154,594.45  Total  Total  $1,154,594.45  BA NK OF M A R V E L L , M A R V E L L  Phillips County Chartered January 8, 1903  Telephone Number 32  Officers  Transit Number 81-393 Directors  Guy Robinson.......................... President H. B. W illis.........Vice-Pres. & Cashier F. H. W ebster.............Vice-President Evelyn S. Cooke.............. Asst. Cashier  Kennedy J. Graves Edmund Hirsch Weldon Jackson Guy Robinson  Rachel Swift F. H. Webster H. B. Willis  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Liabilities  Resources  Loans and discounts...........! Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  379,187.69 348.410.00 26,354.11  2 , 000.00  3,700.00  1.00  232.062.01  Capital stock...................... $ 50.000. 00 Surplus fund........................ 25.000. 00 Undivided profits............... 37,693.52 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 832,129.95 Time deposits...................... 2 , 000.00 U. S. Gov’t deposits.......... Public funds........................ 44,891.34 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 879,021.29 Other liabilities.  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$ 991,714.81  Total  $ 991,714.81  71  Thirty-sixth Report  BANK OF McCRORY, McCRORY  Woodruff County Chartered Jhne 8, 1903  Telephone Number 20  Officers  Transit Number ’ 81-261 Directors  I. N. Arnof................................. President I. N. Arnof Vance M. Thompson___ Vice-President John D. Eldridge, Jr. J. F. Watkins... Exec. Vice-President Vance M. Thompson Otto Miller.................................. Cashier Ruth Files........................ Asst. Cashier Mrs. Imogene Beeson.....Asst. Cashier James W. Taylor.............Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  603,484.33 161.09 507,500.00 200,460.14 1.00 1.00 360,252.32  Capital stock...................... $ • 50,000.00 Surplus fund................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 33,154.32 ' Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 1,329,142.23 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 11,475.38 Public funds........................ 198,087.95 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$1,538,705.56 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................$1,671,859.88  Total ................................$1,671,859.88  M cG EH EE BANK, M cG EHEE  Chartered December 5, 1933  Desha County Telephone Number 31  Officers  Transit Number 81-585 Directors  G. H. Linaker........................President Sam Bowman.....Exec. Vice-President R. G. Verser...................Vice-President J. W. Willoughby, Jr................Cashier Mark E. Sherland, Jr......Asst. Cashier James E. Ferriss.............Asst. Cashier  R. L. Beck C. B. Bowman Sam Bowman G. H. Linaker W. A. McGeHee,  W. W. R. R.  A. Smith R. Stephens B. fBtone G. Verser  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$1,426,000.50 Overdrafts .......................... 1,867.37 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 955,249.72 Other bonds and securities 774,503.65 Furniture and fixtures..... 10,760.25 Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 750,493.64 Other resources.................. 886.09  Capital stock...................... $ 75,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 100,000.00 Undivided profits............... 86,705.24 Reserves .............................. 30,395.61 Demand deposits................ 2,233,165.86 Time deposits...................... 752,750.79 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 22,367.08 Public funds........................ 613,379.80 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$3,621,663.53 Other liabilities..................  Total .................................. $3,919,761.22   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  5,996.84  Total .................................. $3,919,761.22  72  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  T H E BA NK OF M E L B O U R N E , M E L B O U R N E  Izard County Chartered July 29, 1896  Telephone Number 17  Transit Number 81-397 Directors  Officers  G. H. Miller............................ President A. J. Younger............... Vice-President Marean Pearson.......................... Cashier Opal Smith........................ Asst. Cashier  R. L. Blair G. H. Miller Marean Pearson  E. B. Watts A. J. Younger  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  134,657.60 38.32 417,052.02 4,909.80  Loans and discounts......... Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  1.00 1.00  221,904.09  Capital stock...................... Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov't deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 728,902.06  15.000. 00 25.000. 00 9,572.06 89.71 568,715.96 6,519.90 153,666.20  Other liabilities 778,563.83  Total  Total  778,563.83  T H E U N IO N BA NK OF M E N A , M E N A  Polk County Chartered July 25, 1934  Telephone Number 85  Officers  Transit Number 81-98 Directors  W. J. Lauck.............................President W. A. Finks.....................Vice-President W. L. Boyd................................. Cashier Paul Von oilm en.............Asst. Cashier  W. L. Boyd W. A. Finks  W. J.Lauck  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  659,499.74 124.98 526,552.00 405,980.09 8,524.73 13,049.90 588,417.11 4,105.46  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund......................... 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 60,189.63 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 1,714,395.75 Time deposits...................... 115,552.23 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 20,577.34 Public funds........................ 195,539.06 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$2,046,064.38 Other liabilities...................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $2,206,254.01  Total  $2,206,254.01  73  Thirty-sixth Report  M O N E T T E S T A T E BANK, M O N E T T E  Craighead County Chartered December 29, 1936  Telephone Number 50  Officers  Transit Number 81-724 Directors  R. E. Jacobs............................ President B. Frank Williams......Vice-President R. E. Jacobs................................Cashier D. F. Portis............................Secretary F. H. Heise...................... Asst. Cashier  R. E. D. F. Portis  Jacobs  B. FrankWilliams  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 661,208.32 Overdrafts .......................... 2.06 U. S. Gov’t obligations...... 25,000.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... 2,591.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 913,814.07 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 65,834.15 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 1,214,231.16 Time deposits...................... 23,224.44 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ 117,305.24 Deposits of banks............. 107,020.46 Total dep........$1,461,781.30 Other liabilities.  Total ................................ $1,602,615.45  Total ................................ $1,602,615.45  C O M M E R C IA L LOAN A N D T R U S T C O M PAN Y, M O N T IC E L L O  Drew County Chartered November 29, 1912  Telephone Number 228  Officers  Transit Number 81-534 Directors  J. D. McCloy............................ President M. L. Sigman.................Vice-President Joe McCloy.........Exec. Vice-President Mrs. Mabel Cox Sherry...........Cashier Mrs. Velma Allen...........Asst. Cashier  J. A. Baxter J. F. Brann E. R. Lambert J. D. McCloy Joe McCloy John B. Posey  Clarence W. Porter James A. Ross Joe Shelton M. L. Sigman Virgil J. Trotter, Jr.  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate................. Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  340,120.23 66.09 911,100.00 423,613.13 4,450.00 16,202.51 1.00 450,309.32 4,333.42  Capital stock...................... $ 60,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 60,000.00 Undivided profits............... 18,619.99 Reserves .............................. 50,000.00 Demand deposits................ 1,562,992.37 Time deposits...................... 44,834.15 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 31,612.13 Public funds........................ 321,137.06 Deposits of banks............. 1,000.00 Total dep........$1,961,575.71 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $2,150,195.70  Total  $2,150,195.70  4  74  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  U N IO N  BANK A N D T R U S T C O M PA N Y,  M O N T IC E L L O  Drew County Chartered September 15, 1915  Telephone Number 180  Officers  Transit Number 81-156 Directors  V. J. Trotter......................... President R. A. Adcock Adrian Williamson.........Vice-President Brown Calhoun Charles W. Daniel.Vice-Pres. & Cash. George Campster D. F. Stalnaker................. Asst. Cashier Charles W. Daniel F. L. Lance........................Asst. Cashier Zach McClendon Mrs. Virginia Pierce........ Asst. Cashier W. R. McCloy  Dr. J. P. Price R. P. Trotter V. J. Trotter Adrian Williamson M. F. Wright  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$1,389,926.13 Overdrafts .......................... 1,342.44 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 698,900.00 Other bonds and securities 1,196,673.51 1.00 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 533,073.42 Other resources.................. 1,007.46  Capital stock...................... $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund..;..................... 100,000.00 Undivided profits............... 58,737.55 Reserves .............................. 169,024.83 Demand deposits................. 2,595,863.78 Time deposits....................... 232,985.66 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 40,388.36 516,413.69 Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............. 7,511.09 Total dep........$3,393,162.58 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $3,820,924.96  Total .................................$3,820,924.96  T H E F IR S T S T A T E BANK, M O R R IL T O N  Conway County Chartered November 26, 1930  Telephone Number 10  Transit Number 81-144  Officers  R. H. Dickenhorst................... President S. E. McReynolds........... Vice-President C. E. Linebarger........................Cashier H. J. Kordsmeier.......... Asst. Cashier  Directors  R. H. Dickenhorst S. E. McReynolds R. M. Huie T. M.McReynolds S. R. McKinley L. T. Oates  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$1,142,921.25 Overdrafts .......................... 36.33 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 2,300,500.00 Other bonds and securities 178,491.18 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... 25,000.00 Other real estate............... 1.00 Cash and due from banks 1,156,583.11 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 100,000.00 Undivided profits............... 107,784.17 Reserves ................ 14,785.70 Demand deposits................. 4,101,717.83 Time deposits...................... 113,475.40 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 40,811.24 Public funds........................ 222,741.83 Deposits of banks............... 2,216.70 Total dep........$4,480,963.00  Total ................................$4,803,532.87  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Other liabilities. Total ....... .........................,$4,^  75  Thirty-sixth Report  T H E B A NK OF M O N T G O M E R Y C O U N TY , M O U N T IDA  Montgomery County Chartered November 26, 1930  Telephone Number 9 Transit Number 81-404  Officers  Directors  R. A. Rice .......................... President J. A. Rice........................Vice-President Amos Horn..................................Cashier Andrew S. Hulsey..........Asst. Cashier Ola Bell Black................. Asst. Cashier  J. A. Rice L. V. Rice  R. A. Rice  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 270,594.26 Overdrafts ...................... 224,700.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 2,647.92 Other bonds and securities 3,629.50 Furniture and fixtures..... 1,500.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 274,081.76 Other resources..................  Captial stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 17,500.00 Undivided profits............... 23,452.74 Reserves .............................. 3,194.13 Demand deposits................. 486,298.90 111,460.17 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 1,393.22 Public funds........................ 108,854.28 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 708,006.57 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $ 777,153.44  Total ................................ $ 777,153.44  T H E PEO PLES BANK, M O U N T A IN  HOME  Baxter County Chartered August 10, 1906  Telephone Number 6  Officers  Transit Number 81-402 Directors  J. Paul Morgan...................... President Powers L. Fowler.....Exec. Vice-Pres. Don J. Baker................. Vice-President Neil Nelson..................................Cashier Lon Jones, Jr................... Asst. Cashier  Don J. Baker Earle J. Bryant M. E. Curlee  W ylo Dyer J. Paul Morgan  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 519,520.34 172.65 Overdrafts ...................... 1,391,735.67 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 86,794.10 Other bonds and securities 4,500.00 Furniture and fixtures..... 10 , 000.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 692,821.15 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits.............. 45,977.37 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 2,342,234.64 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 1,935.00 Public funds........................ 215,396.90 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$2,559,566.54 Other liabilities..................  Total .................................. $2,705,543.91   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ...................................$2,705,543.91  76  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF M O U N T A IN V I E W , M O U N T A I N V I E W  Stone County Chartered July 21, 1915  Telephone Number 2271  Officers  Transit Number 81-403 Directors  W. C. Branscum................... President J. T. Smith................... Vice-President H. R. Moore................................ Cashier Reva Killian................... Asst. Cashier Marie Goodman..............Asst. Cashier  W. C. Branscum H. R. Moore Hubert Hinkle J. T. Smith Lackey W. Moody  STATEMENT OP JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 86,830.97 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 423,100.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... 1.00 Banking house.................... 1,000.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 253,330.26 Other resources.................. 501.00  Capital Stock...................... : Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 695,612.05  25.000. 00 30.000. 00 13,569.42 581.76 578,611.49 117,000.56  Other liabilities. Total  .$ 764,763.23  Total  $ 764,763.23  BANK OF M U L B E R R Y , M U L B E R R Y  Crawford County Chartered January 15, 1902  Telephone Number 40  Officers  Transit Number 81-257 Directors  S. B. Stevinson...................... President T. J. House.........Vice-Pres. & Cashier Mrs. T. J. House.............Asst. Cashier C. D. Chastain...............Asst. Cashier  C. R. Counts B. J. Farmer T. J. House  O. J. Kirksey S. B. Stevinson  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources Liabilities Loans and discounts.........$ 295,862.13 Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Overdrafts .......................... Surplus fund........................ 25,000.00 298,600.00 Undivided profits............... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 51,235.42 Other bonds and securities 44,265.00 Reserves .............................. Furniture and fixtures..... 1.00 Demand deposits................. 804,430.56 Banking house.................... 1.00 Time deposits...................... 3,100.00 Other real estate.............. 1.00 U. S. Gov’t deposits......... 10,082.98 Cash and due from banks 376,402.20 Public funds........................ 96,783.37 Other resources.................. 500.00 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 914,396.91 Other liabilities.................. Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,015,632.33  Total  $1,015,632.33  77  Thirty-sixth Report  P IK E C O U N T Y BA NK, M U R FR EESB O R O  Pike County Chartered December 19, 1904  Telephone Number 5  Officers  Transit Number 81-405 Directors  John Beavers............................President Dr. T. P. Alford Clarence Anthony.......... Vice-President Clarence Anthony C. W. Darnall..............................Cashier John Beavers Cleo Risner...................... Asst. Cashier L. L. Beavers C. W. Darnall  Glenn Hickey Mabel B. Manville Carle Robbins M. L. Stueart  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Liabilities  Resources  Loans and discounts.........: Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  373,100.15 473,774.00 6,104.08 5,639.00 7,010.57 259,850.89  Capital stock...................... I Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits.............. Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,027,583.58  25.000. 00 25.000. 00 47,895.11 718,190.54 102,997.00 206,396.04  Other liabilities. Total  $1,125,478.69  Total  ,125,478.69  BANK OF N E T T L E T O N , N E T T L E T O N  Craighead County Chartered February 13, 1904  Telephone Number 2131  Officers  Transit Number 81-406 Directors  L. D. Kiech................................President Fred Shauver.................... Vice-President E. E. Hale....................................Cashier R. E. Thomas.................. Asst. Cashier  E. E. Hale E. C. Kiech L. D. Kiech  Veon C. Kiech Fred Shauver  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Liabilities  Resources  Loans and discounts......... Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  576,933.45 13.47 911,200.00 69,250.00 1.00  4,700.00 342,165.84  Capital stock...................... $ 40,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 80,000.00 Undivided profits............... 46,984.31 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 1,589,428.40 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits......... 387.56 Public funds........................ 147,463.49 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,737,279.45 Other liabilities.  Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,904,263.76  Total  $1,904,263.76  78  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF N E W A R K , N E W A R K  Independence County Chartered October 10, 1944  Telephone Number 16  Transit Number 81-7.48 Directors  Officers  J. Clyde Edwards...................President W. J. Freeze...................Vice-President Austin Leeds................................ Cashier J. L. Magness.................... Asst. Cashier  O. L. Bone J. L. Magness J. Clyde Edwards Ed V. Wilson W. J. Freeze L. E. Wilson Austin Leeds  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 152,296.07 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations 342,000.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures 400.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 155,698.73 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 15,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 12,028.22 Undivided profits.............. Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 560,133.04 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ . 38,173.94 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 598,306.98 59.60  Other liabilities.................. Total ................................ $ 650,394.80  Total ................................ $ 650,394.80  BA NK OF N E W ED IN B U R G , N E W E D IN B U R G  Cleveland County Chartered August 22, 1904  Telephone Number 846F11  Transit Number 81-408 Directors  Officers  E. T. Attwood...................... ..President C. B. Attwood................ Vice-President Ray Attwood.......................... .....Cashier  C. B. Attwood E. T. Attwood  Ray Attwood  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Loans and discounts.........$ 84,759.64 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 158,989.91 Other bonds and securities 19,610.86 Furniture and fixtures..... 82.91 Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 68,692.52 Other resources.................. 130.00  Total ................................ $ 332,266.84   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities  12,500.00 12,500.00 9,046.79  Capital stock.................... $ Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 297,994.06  212,255.03 21,188.61  Other liabilities..................  225.99  Total ..............................  64,550.42  332,266.84  Thirty-sixth Report  79  M E R C H A N T S A N D P L A N T E R S BANK, N E W P O R T  Jackson County Chartered March 20, 1946  Telephone Number 270  Transit Number 81-756 Directors  Officers  W. A. McCartney D. H. Burton........ ....................President R. C. Biggadike Ralph McDonald D. H. Burton W. A. McCartney ...........Vice-President Leonidas Mack P. L. Copeland..... Exec. Vice-President P. L. Copeland J. A. Thompson A. G. Johnston.... ........................Cashier Robert Holden Paul K. Holmes, Jr. L. H. Conditt.................... Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 804,126.49 Overdrafts ........................ . U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 267,824.20 Other bonds and securities 29,794.72 Furniture and fixtures..... 16,942.39 Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 963,007.72  Capital stock...................... $ 75,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 25,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 49,819.81 13,224.46 Reserves ................... Demand deposits.............. ... 1,527,490.02 Time deposits...................... 49,000.00 I T . S. Gov’t deposits.......... 1,256.25 Public funds........................ 323,350.00, Deposits of banks............. 17,554.98 Total dep........$1,918,651.25  Other resources  Other liabilities $2,081,695.52  Total  $2,081,695.52  Total  T H E T W I N C IT Y BANK, N O R T H L I T T L E ROCK  Pulaski County Chartered March 21, 1935  Telephone Number 5-5361  Officers  Transit Number 81-54 Directors  Henry O. Topf........................ President R. J. Rice....................... Vice-President DeWayne Jones.......................... Cashier J. Grayson Dickson........Asst. Cashier Ray O. Clifton................Asst. Cashier  R. J. Rice Henry O. Topf  J. E. Wright  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$1,169,836.33 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 4,233,824.44 Other bonds and securities 121,273.07 Furniture and fixtures..... 21,196.15 Banking house.................... 21,000.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 1,720,219.06 Other resources.................. 37.50  Capital stock...................... $ 150,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 150,000.00 Undivided profits............... 41,258.83 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 5,287,158.55 Time deposits...................... 676,515.91 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ 982,449.28 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$6,946,123.74 Other liabilities..................  Total .................................. $7,287,386.55   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  3.98  Total ...................................$7,287,386.55  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  80  M ISSIS SIPPI C O U N T Y BANK, OSCEOLA  Mississippi County Chartered March 15, 1928  Telephone Number 500  Officers  Transit Number 81-387 Directors  G. H. Florida.........Chairman of Board C. B. W ood.............................. President H. F. Ohlendorf.............Vice-President James W. Farris....Vice-Pres. & Cash. C. L. Anderson, Jr...........Asst. Cashier Mary E. Balloue...............Asst. Cashier Nora W ise........................... Asst. Cashier Bill Landrum......................Asst. Cashier  R. C. Branch James W. Farris G. H. Florida Thos. P. Florida  A. Liverant H. F. Ohlendorf C. B. W ood  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$1,886,585.35 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 281,500.00 Other bonds and securities 189,927.62 Furniture and fixtures..... 10,578.74 Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate............... 1.00 Cash and due from banks 1,142,123.80 Other resources.................. 3,097.50  Capital stock...................... $ 175,000.00 Surplus fund................. 175,000.00 Undivided profits............... 71,912.32 Reserves .............................. 615.48 Demand deposits................. 2,317,623.96 Time deposits...................... 412,624.23 U. S. Gov’t deposits......... 16,597.47 Public funds........................ 344,441.55 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$3,091,287.21 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $3,513,815.01  Total ................................ $3,513,815.01  T H E P L A N T E R S BANK, OSCEOLA  Mississippi County Chartered April 13, 1944  Telephone Number 420  Officers  J. T. Cromer............................ President C. E. Dean...........Vice-Pres. & Cashier J. F. Herndon...................Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-745 Directors  J. T. Cromer A. W. Young C. E. Dean L. C. B. Young Nathan Weinberg  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 815,934.76 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,073,288.72 Other bonds and securities 96,451.03 Furniture and fixtures..... 7,796.62 Banking house.................... 25,000.00 Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 670,639.27 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 75,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 75,000.00 Undivided profits............... 68,933.20 Reserves .............................. 15,622.03 Demand deposits................. 1,628,615.62 Time deposits...................... 433,081.05 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 34,449.75 Public funds........................ 358,408.75 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$2,454,555.17 Other liabilities.  T otal .................................. $2,689,110.40   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ................................... $2,689,110.40  81  Thirty-sixth Report  BANK OF OZARK, OZARK  Franklin County Chartered June 9, 1937  Telephone Number 28  Officers  Transit Number 81-727 Directors  W. A. Hudspeth...................... President W. A. Hudspeth, Jr......Vice-President Don Smith....................................Cashier  W. A. Hudspeth Jeta Taylor Frank N. Johnston Romie Wilson  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 343,914.56 Overdrafts ...................... 942.90 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 915,900.00 Other bonds and securities 3,299.87 Furniture and fixtures..... 50.00 Banking house.................... 2 , 000.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 306,153.49 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 3,621.50 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 1,360,972.92 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds...................... 131,886.42 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,492,859.34 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................$1,572,260.82  779.98  Total ................................ $1,572,260.82  T H E S E C U R I T Y BANK A N D T R U S T C O M PAN Y, PARAG OULD  Greene County Chartered February 5, 1931  Telephone Number 782  Officers  Transit Number 81-82 Directors  Jas. W. Alexander............ President Jas. W. Alexander S. P. McHaney..............Vice-President E. R. Browning E. R. Browning..........................Cashier W. E. Ellington Emily Meiser.................... Asst. Cashier J. C. Honey R. V. McCoy  Sam McHaney L. G. Staub Ike W illcockson J. E. Winn  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 977,297.42 Overdrafts ...................... 49.01 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 911,834.65 Other bonds and securities 282,678.08 Furniture and fixtures..... 7,420.86 Banking house.................... 12,625.00 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 1,153,332.03 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 100 000.00 Undivided profits............... 119,755.83 Reserves .............................. 4,456.00 Demand deposits................ 1,934,936.67 Time deposits...................... 689,867.84 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 15,640.50 Public funds........................ 430,165.33 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$3,070,610.34 Other liabilities..................  Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $3,345,237.05  Total  414.88 $3,345,237.05  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  82  BANK OF P A R K D A L E , P A R K D A L E  Ashley County Chartered February 1, 1910  Telephone Number 16  Officers  Transit Number 81-416 Directors  J. A. Williams..........................President J. H. Caldwell................. Vice-President J. P, Caldwell............................. Cashier  J. H. Caldwell J. P. Caldwell  J. A. Williams  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 215,885.91 Overdrafts .......................... 226.56 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 139,293.38 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... 312.94 Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 128,012.53 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 30,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 20,000.00 Undivided profits............... 23,264.71 Reserves ................. 1,500.00 Demand deposits................. 348,679.29 31,404.66 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 2,938.35 25,944.31 Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 408,966.61 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $ 483,731.32  Total ................................ $ 483,731.32  F IR S T S T A T E BANK, P A R K IN  Cross County Chartered June 5, 1925  Telephone Number 35  Transit Number 81-676  Officers  Directors  H. L. Coldren...........................President F. E. Brenner.................Vice-President Mrs. G. D. Carter.......................Cashier S. N. Green...................... Asst. Cashier  F. E. Brenner H. L. Coldren, Jr. Mrs. G. D. Carter N. E. Thomas H. L. Coldren  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 482,670.82 Overdrafts .......................... 8.96 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 160,784.64 Other bonds and securities 7,681.38 Furniture and fixtures..... 4,107.83 Banking house.................... 720.00 Other real estate.............. 1.00 Cash and due from hanks 184,902.13 Other resources................... 55,986.64  Capital stock........................ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 37,190.48 Undivided profits............... 2,000.00 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 697,282.62 Time deposits...................... 27,907.62 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 5,373.83 Public funds........................ 46,041.13 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 776,605.20 Other liabilities...................  Total ................................ $ 896,863.40   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  6,067.72  Total ................................ $ 896,863.40  Thirty-sixth Report  83  B A NK OF PEA RIDGE, PEA RIDGE  Benton County Chartered May 6, 1911  Telephone Number 10  Officers  Transit Number 81-468 Directors  W. T. Patterson...................... President Hugh H. W ebb..............Vice-President W. W. Davidson........................ Cashier Alvin Armstrong.............Asst. Cashier  W. W. Davidson W. T. Patterson  Hugh H. Webb  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources Liabilities Loans and discounts........ $ 184,163.62 Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 12,000.00 Overdrafts .......................... 105.31 Surplus fund........................ 6,614.37 Undivided profits.............. U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 207,527.55 Furniture and fixtures..... 1,700.00 Banking house.................... 19,314.16 550.00 Time deposits...................... Other real estate............... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Cash and due from hanks 101,759.18 Public funds........................ 18,474.53 Other resources.................. 652.50 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 245,316.24 Other liabilities.................. Total ................................$ 288,930.61  Total ................................| 288,930.61  T H E P E R R Y C O U N T Y BANK, P E R R Y V I L L E  Perry County Chartered December 8, 1945  Telephone Number 24  Officers  Transit Number 81-752 Directors  D. O. Thomas..................... President B. J. Suffridge............... Vice-President H. E. Van Dalsem......................Cashier J. H. Moore...................... Asst. Cashier  J. D. Farish B. J. Suffridge S. C. Gutowski D. O. Thomas L. E. Jones H. E. Van Dalsem Jos. B. Lipsmeyer Paul Van Dalsem  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts......... $ 153,620.38 Overdrafts .......................... 191,119.61 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities 1,908.87 Furniture and fixtures..... 3,901.80 Banking house.................... 12,613.61 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 108,760.91 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 5,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 16,189.74 Undivided profits.............. Reserves ............................ 350,410.86 Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ 75,114.75 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 425,525.61 Other liabilities..................  Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  ? 471,925.18  209.83  Total ............................. 471,925.18  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  84  P IGG O TT S T A T E BANK, PIG G O TT  Clay County Chartered March 10, 1930  Telephone Number 71  Officers  Transit Number 81-698 Directors  V. C. W right.......................... President T. W. Leggett.—Exec. Vice-President T. W. Leggett, Jr..................... Cashier J. W. Harris.................... Asst. Cashier  J. W. Hamilton H. C. Robbins T. W. Leggett John Staples T. W. Leggett, Jr. V. C. Wright G. W ill Reves  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 439,393.05 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,065,100.00 Other bonds and securities 189,985.00 Furniture and fixtures..... 2,500.00 5,000.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 312,889.69 Other resources.................. .83  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 51,673.34 50,000.00 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 1,369,166.65 Time deposits...................... 31,995.63 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 3,837.00 Public funds........................ 398,195.95 Deposits of banks............... 10,000.00 Total dep........$1,813,195.23 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $2,014,868.57  Total .................................$2,014,868.57  F IR S T S T A T E BANK, P L A I N V I E W  Yell County Chartered January 12, 1934  Telephone Number 051  Officers  Transit Number 81-234 Directors  Donald Barger..........................President Bill Aikman M. A. Vandover..............Vice-President Donald Barger Winfred Hopper............................Cashier Walter Caviness Flora Keener.................... Asst. Cashier  Willie Caviness C. B. Law M. A. Vandover  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........1 196,760.87 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 625,400.00 Other bonds and securities 46,855.62 Furniture and fixtures..... 1.00 Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate.............. 1.00 Cash and due from banks 224,511.44 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... ! Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$ 956,522.68  40.000. 00 20. 000. 00 77,008.25 870,099.08 3,665.19 82,758.41  Other liabilities. Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,093,530,93  Total  $1,093,530.93  85  Thirty-sixth Report  BA NK OF PO CAHONTAS, P O CAH ON TA S  Randolph County Chartered October 31, 1903  Telephone Number 36  Officers  Transit Number 81-297 Directors  Dr. J. W. Brown................. President R. R. Hosey.........Exec. Vice-President Harry A. Belford...................... Cashier G. B. Johnson................Asst. Cashier Joe T. Wilson..................Asst. Cashier  F. E. Belford Harry A. Belford Tom Bigger  Dr. J. W. Brown R. R. Hosey  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 813 ,359.84 32.69 Overdrafts ......................—. U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,386 ,600.00 Other bonds and securities 68 ,900.00 3 ,500.00 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 510, 504.48 9, 388.59 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 75,000.00 75,000.00 Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits.............. 47,853.92 Reserves .............................. 57.50 Demand deposits................. 2,057,956.15 Time deposits...................... 285,140.16 U. S. Gov’t deposits............. 11,786.71 Public funds................... 237,846.32 Deposits of banks.............. 1,644.84 Total dep........$2,594,374.18 Other liabilities.  Total ................................$2,792,285.60  Total ................................ $2,792,285.60  T H E PEO PLES BANK, P O R T L A N D  Ashley County Chartered January 22, 1908  Telephone Number 2961  Officers  Transit Number 81-248 Directors  J. A. Sherrill.......................... President O’Dell A. Sanders.—Vice-Pres. & Cash. Leroy Naff........................Asst. Cashier Mrs. M. D. Pugh..............Asst. Cashier  Geo. M. Brown Leroy Naff Mrs. M. D. Pugh J. A. Sherrill  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 199,858.51 347.04 Overdrafts ...................... 159,400.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. Other bonds and securities 2,500.00 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 81,438.27 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ ' 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 40,000.00 Undivided profits............... 15,212.59 Reserves ............................ 100.00 Demand deposits................ 280,476.31 Time deposits...................... 22,039.99 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ 60,714.93 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 363,231.23 Other liabilities.  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $ 443,543.82  Total  .$ 443,543.82  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  86  P O R T L A N D BANK, P O R T L A N D  Ashley County Chartered April 23, 19C0  Telephone Number 2361  Officers  Transit Number 81-247 Directors  Felix Pugh................................ President R. B. Newcome, Jr........Vice-President C. E. Larrison...........................Cashier K. Thornton.................... Asst. Cashier  H. E. Cockerham Felix Pugh R. B. Newcombe, Jr. Gus Pugh  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources Liabilities Loans and discounts.........$ 229,768.53 Capital stock...................... .$ 20,000.00 Surplus fund........................ Overdrafts .......................... 80,000.00 602,530.44 Undivided profits.............. U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 66,395.01 Other bonds and securities 21,249.71 Reserves .............................. 3,433.05 Demand deposits............... Furniture and fixtures..... 852,121.46 Banking house.................... 4,461.88 Time deposits...................... 74,545.43 1.00 U. S. Gov’t deposits......... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 247,571.56 Public funds........................ 15,955.27 Other resources.................. 1.00 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 942,622.16 Other liabilities.................. Total ................................ $1,109,017.17  Total ................................ $1,109,017.17  C IT IZ E N S BANK, P O T T S V I L L E  Pope County Chartered August 13, 1913  Telephone Number 2431  Officers  Transit Number 81-551 Directors  Morton Rankin........................ President Kenneth E. Owens........Vice-President G, C. Owens...............................Cashier  G. C. Owens Morton Rankin Kenneth E. Owens  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  Liabilities  84,682.30 128.35 91,500.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 32,937.72 150.00  Capital stock...................... $ 20,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 2,500.00 Undivided profits............... 2,804.49 Reserves .............................. 400.00 Demand deposits................. 164,465.46 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits....... 4,134.86 Public funds........................ 15,096.56 Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$ 183,696.88 Other liabilities...................  Total ................................ $ 209,401.37   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ................................ $ 209,401.37  Thirty-sixth Report  87  T H E F A R M E R S A N D M E R C H A N T S BANK, P R A IR IE GROVE  Washington County Chartered August 29, 1904  Telephone Number 95  Transit Number 81-256  Officers  Directors  R. D. Bogart............................President W. E. N. Phillips........Vice-President D. E. R ieff........ Vice-Pres. & Cashier Lorene Jones................... Asst. Cashier W. H. Thompson............Asst. Cashier  W. H. Bartholomew J. C. Parks R. D. Bogart W. E. N. Phillips Dr. W. H. Mock D. E. Rieff  STATEMENT CF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks Other resources................ ~  482,048.87 368.30 299,005.00 146,750.00 1.00 1,000.00 293,114.05  Capital stock...................... $ 30,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 30,000.00 Undivided profits............... 75,493.36 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 848,092.76 Time deposits............... 183,083.96 U. S. Gov't deposits........... 6,006.86 Public funds........................ 49,610.28 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,086,793.86 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $1,222,287.22  Total ................................$1,222,287.22  BANK OF PRESCOTT. P RESC OTT  Nevada County Chartered August 10, 1904  Telephone Number 206  Officers  Transit Number 81-140 Directors  Thos. C. McRae, Jr..................President Thos. M. Bemis.............Vice-President Wren Scott...................... Vice-President W. R. Hambright................. Cashier O. J. Stephenson............Asst. Cashier J. A. Yancey................... Asst. Cashier  D. K. Bemis Thomas M. Bemis W. R. Hambright D. L. McRae, Jr. Thos. C. McRae, Jr.  John T. McRae C. D. McSwain Wren Scott Chas. H. Tompkins W. V. Tompkins  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.......$ 431,631.93 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,750,000.00 Other bonds and securities 199,555.81 Furniture and fixtures..... 4,081.26 Banking house.................... 8,100.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 812,441.91 Other resources.................. 20,524.66  Capital stock...................... $ 75,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 75,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 37,032.49 Reserves .............................. 894.66' Demand deposits................ 2,619,543.08 Time deposits...................... 120,747.72 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 2,043.56 Public funds........................ 296,074.06 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$3,038,408.42 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $3,226,335.57  Total  $3,226,335.57  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  88  BANK OF Q U IT M A N , Q U I T M A N  Cleburne County Chartered August 15, 1903  Telephone Number 2401  Officers  Transit Number 81-424 Directors  Ben F. Clark............................President J. A. Bailey W. H. McNair................ ..Vice-President Ben F. Clark N. H. Tarver.............................. Cashier Edith Ellis Edith Ellis........................ Asst. Cashier  W. H.McNair N. H. Tarver  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 177,486.35 118.08 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 325,000.00 21,596.39 Other bonds and securities 1,600.00 Furniture and fixtures Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 169,884.79 Other resources.................. -----------------,$ 695,686.61  Total  Capital stock...................... : Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 616,556.11 Other liabilities. Total .............  25.000. 00 25.000.00 29,130.50 562,734.54 24,155.13 29,666.44  695,686.61  T H E BANK OF RECTOR, REC TO R  Clay County Chartered November 15, 1930  Telephone Number 149  Officers  J. C. Hardin............................ President J. A. Marlar.........Exec. Vice-President O. A. Harper.............................Cashier Claudia Justus.................Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-173 Directors  J. C. Hardin T. C. Justus  J. A. Marlar E. M. Purcell  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Loans and discounts.........$ 791,594.34 299.22 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 302,000.00 57,182.97 Other bonds and securities 8,374.10 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 279,719.20 1 , 000.00 Other resources..................  Liabilities  Capital stock...................... ! 50.000. 00 Surplus fund........................ 50.000.00 Undivided profits............... 20,406.79 Reserves .............................. 22,500.00 Demand deposits................. 1,198,124.27 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits......... 15,911.33 Public funds........................ 83,227.44 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$1,297,263.04 Other liabilities.  T otal .................................. $1,440,169.83   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total  $1,440,169.83  89  Thirty-sixth Report  F A R M E R S A N D M E R C H A N T S BA NK, REYNO  Randolph County Chartered December 8, 1911  Transit Number 81-427  Officers  Directors  P. E. Belford...........................President P. E. Belford Glenn Brown................... Vice-President Freda M. Brown Freda M. Brown........................Cashier Otistean McGuire........... Asst. Cashier Muriel Butler..................Asst. Cashier  Glenn Brown  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 184,680.42 1,096.21 Overdrafts ...................... U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 198,000.00 Other bonds and securities 2,800.00 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... 2,400.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 99,893.18 Other resources.................. 113.48  Capital stock........................ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 5,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 5,392.52 Reserves .............................. 10,000.00 345,419.65 Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 2,660.78 95,510.34 Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 443,590.77 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................$ 488,983.29  Total ................................ $ 488,983.29  T H E B A NK OF RISON, RiSON  Cleveland County Telephone Number 48  Chartered March 7, 1932 Officers  Transit Number 81-428 Directors  J. L. Moore...............................President J. L. Sadler..................... Vice-President J. E. McCoy.....................Vice-President Herman Davidson........................Cashier Hazel Smith...................... Asst. Cashier  Herman Davidson J. E. Goggans J. E. McCoy J. L. Moore  Jo Nichol J. L. Sadler Max M. Smith B. W. Thomasson  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........! Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  184,357.11 750,381.08 31,240.25 1.575.00 1.350.00 509.00 234,159.32 1,618.84  Capital stock........................ ! Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits.............. Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,081,942.87  25.000. 00 25.000. 00 56,358.07 16,889.66 668,294.23 143,458.79 270,189.85 .  Other liabilities. Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,205,190.60  Total  $1,205,190.60  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  90  T H E BA NK OF R U S S E L L V IL L E , R U S S E L L V I L L E  Pope County Chartered December 23, 1897  Telephone Number 16  Officers  Transit Number 81-119 Directors  Geo. S. Neal............................. President R. L. Jenkins.................. Vice President M. J. Hickey................................Cashier Robert H. Parker............Asst. Cashier Geo. H. Neal.....................Asst. Cashier  E. C. Bradley M. J. Hickey R. L. Jenkins  A. J. Mathews Geo. S. Neal C. M. Richmond  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and Discounts.........$1,206,975.08 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,536,683.45 Other bonds and securities 264,929.39 Furniture and fixtures....... 12,000.00 15,000.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate............. 8.00 Cash and due from banks 736,233.77 Other resources................... 629.00  Capital Stock...................... $ 100,000.00 20,000.00 Surplus fund........................ Undivided p ro fits............... 295,069.08 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 2,256,876.34 Time deposits...................... 863,365.61 U- S. Gov’t deposits........... 29,710.35 Public funds................. 203,932.81 Deposits of banks............... 3,504.50 Total dep........$3,357,389.61 Other liabilities  Total ....................................$3,772,458.69  Total .................................... $3,772,458.69  PEO PLES E X C H A N G E BANK, R U S S E L L V I L L E  Pope County Chartered March 24, 1890  Telephone Number 26  Officers  Transit Number 81-118 Directors  Donald Barger...........................President C. E. Lemley.................. Vice President John T. Little.............................. Cashier Hazel G. Little................ Asst. Cashier  Donald Barger Lee Cheek G. M. Cook Chas. M. Howell  I. A. Laws A. B. Priddy J. Madison White  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$1,114,830.03 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,451,218.75 Other bonds and securities 288,126.61 Furniture and fixtures....... 5,160.00 Banking house.................... 15,000.00 Other real estate................. LOO Cash and due from banks 1,150,362.84 Other resources..................  Capital Stock...................... $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 20,000.00 Undivided profits............... 187,152.56 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 2,773,581.61 Time deposits....................... 636,635.66 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 36,216.82 Public funds........................ 207,933.57 Deposits of banks............... 63,179.01 Total dep........$3,717,546.67 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $4,024,699.23  Total  $4,024,699.23  91  Thirty-sixth Report  BANK OF SA L E M , SALEM  Fulton County Chartered December 9, 1908  Telephone Number 8  Officers  Transit Number 81-430 Directors  Fex Castleberry....................... President Fay Castleberry.... Act. Vice-President Jim Humphries............................ Cashier Corwin Mosey..-...............Asst. Cashier Wm. Rex Castleberry..... Asst. Cashier  Fay Castleberry Rex Castleberry  JimHumphries  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 410,824.16 816.56 Overdrafts ...................... 313,500.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 8,644.35 Other bonds and securities 1,680.00 Furniture and fixtures....... Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 521,177.70 Other resources..................  Capital stock........................ $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 7,645.22 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 955,725.28 Time deposits...................... 75,018.52 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 2,343.75 115,910.00 Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,148,997.55 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $1,256,642.77  Total ................................ $1,256,642.77  LOGAN C O U N T Y BANK, SCRANTO N  Chartered April 7, 1926  Logan County Telephone Number 14  Officers  Transit Number 81-686 Directors  Frank Ahne..............................President Afton Mitchell................ Vice-President Joe Fritsche................................Cashier  Frank Ahne Frank Drum J. B. Layes, Jr.  Ross Martin Afton Mitchell  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 205,897.43 Overdrafts .......................... 561.92 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 148,000.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... 1.00 Banking house.................... 100.00 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 281,350.84 Other resources..................  Capital stock........................ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 15,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 34,466.92 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 508,695.10 Time deposits...................... 32,040.22 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 5,039.31 Public funds........................ 15,669.64 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 561,444.27 Other liabilities.  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $ 635,911.19  Total  .$ 635,911.19  92  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  T H E SEAR CY BA NK, S EAR CY  .  White County Chartered May 1, 1943  Telephone Number 780  Officers  Transit Number 81-154 Directors  Thos. A. Watkins..... Chairman Board E. P. Pyeatt............................ President Frank S. Leavitt.........................Cashier Wayne Pyeatt....................Asst. Cashier Marian Schwarz................Asst. Cashier L. W. Sutherlin................ Asst. Cashier  Cal Aclin Frank S. Leavitt E. P. Pyeatt  Hubert Smith Thos. A. Watkins  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$1,431,945.65 Overdrafts .......................... 29.41 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,034,790.62 Other bonds and securities 523,624.93 Furniture and fixtures..... 5,572.25 Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 940,318.06 Other resources.................. 614.08  Capital stock........................ $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 75,000.00 Undivided profits............... 127,175.40 Reserves .............................. 24,090.64 Demand deposits................. 3,194,622.11 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 29,296.70 371,300.99 Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... 15,409.16 Total dep........$3,610,628.96 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $3,936,895.00  Total ................................ $3,936,895.00  T H E S E C U R I T Y BANK, SEA R C Y  White County Chartered February 6, 1932  Telephone Number 224  Officers  Transit Number 81-153 Directors  A. J. Stephens.........................President E. O. Yancey.......Exec. Vice-President E. M. Twyford.............................Cashier C. I. Stevens......................Asst. Cashier Wilbur Dobbins................ Asst. Cashier Lucille Watson..................Asst. Cashier  B. K. J. A.  C. B. W. J.  Huddleston H. M. Thompson Rand E. O. Yancey Sanford Ray A. Yarnell Stephens  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from hanks Other resources...................  975,514.88 736,365.41 454,911.25 10,203.36 1.00 829,535.66 792.00  Capital stock........................ $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 100,000.00 Undivided profits............... 100,341.82 Reserves ............................ 11,111.95 Demand deposits................. 1,995,922.97 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 18,237.82 Public funds......................... 449,178.69 Deposits of banks............... 232,530.31 Total dep........$2,695,869.79 Other liabilities.  T otal   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $3,007,323.56  T otal  .$3,007,323.56  Thirty-sixth Report  93  G R A N T C O U N T Y BANK, S H E R ID A N  Grant County Chartered July 29, 1903  Telephone Number 84  Officers  J. A. A. L. Coats Jessie  Transit Number 81-432 Directors  McCoy............ Blakely........... A. Mitchell— Lee Mitchell  .........President .Vice-President ............ Cashier ..Asst. Cashier  A. L. Blakely Otto P. Cearley 0. R. Kelly C. A. McCoy  D. B. McCoy J. A. McCoy Coats A. Mitchell  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........I Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  356,623.46 531,525.00 19,205.00 12,872.88 31,038.40 233,331.86  Capital stock........................ : Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits.............. Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,017,901.92  50.000. 00 50.000. 00 57,023.59 9,671.09 894,420.65 13,241.27 16,576.21 88,298.02 5,365.77  Other liabilities. Total  $1,184,596.60  Total  $1,184,596.60  BA NK OF S H E R R IL L , S H E R R I L L  Chartered August 13, 1913  Jefferson County Telephone Number 97J3  Officers  Transit Number 81-556 Directors  A. R. Merritt........................... President R. P. Cratin................... Vice-President Mrs. A. R. Merritt..................... Cashier E. H. Guyer.................... Asst. Cashier  John M. Barrett E. L. Burgess R. P. Cratin  A. R. Merritt Ben L. Rogers  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........: Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Gash and due from banks Other resources..................  216,605.35 153.80 180,730.50 57,714.46 2.400.00 2.500.00 173,409.58  Capital stock...................... ! Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 572,847.30  25.000. 00 25.000. 00 10,666.39 383,270.09 78,514.15 111,063.06  Other liabilities.  Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$ 633,513.69  Total  .$ 633,513.69  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  94  BA NK OF S ID N E Y , S ID N E Y  Sharp County Chartered September 23, 1912  Transit Number 81-522  Officers  Directors  O. S. Westmoreland.............. President Thomas A. Bone.......... Vice-President R. C. Pounders.......................... Cashier Atalee Pounders.............. Asst. Cashier  Thomas A. Bone R. C. Pounders  O. S. Westmoreland  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 11,106.55 Overdrafts .......................... .27 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 261,000.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... 1.00 Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 69,127.40 Other resources..................  Capital stock........................ ! Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 327,543.54  5.000.  00  6.000.  00  2,692.68 326,867.98 675.56  Other liabilities. Total  $ 341,236.22  BR A T T-W A SSO N  341,236.22  Total  BA NK, SILO AM  SPRINGS  Benton County Chartered April 8, 1932  Telephone Number 33  Officers  Transit Number 81-706 Directors  Marion Wasson........................ President Sadie Monroe Sadie Monroe.................... Vice-President Elsie Sumner Vol Wasson...................... Vice-President Marion Wasson Tom Whiteside.............................Cashier Elsie Sumner....................Asst. Cashier Max Sample......................Asst. Cashier  Vol Wasson Tom Whiteside  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 549,853.58 Overdrafts .......................... 638.20 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 2,109,987.00 Other bonds and securities 170,156.58 Furniture and fixtures..... 17,418.19 Banking house..................... 2,400.00 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 835,150.19 Other resources................... 15,447.85  Capital stock........................ $ 75,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 25,000.00 Undivided profits............... 15,695.74 Reserves .............................. 60,000.00 Demand deposits................. 2,972,339.98 Time deposits....................... 378,665.49 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 49,497.84 Public funds........................ 124,852.54 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$3,525,355.85  Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Other liabilities................... $3,701,051,59  Total  $3,701,051,59  95  Thirty-sixth Report  S M A C K O V E R S T A T E BANK, SM A C K O V E R  Union County Chartered April 18, 1928  Telephone Number 411  Officers  Transit Number 81-654 Directors  J. E. Berry..............................President J. E. Berry Homer T. Rogers Max A. Mitcham.................... .Cashier R. N. Manley L. E. Tennyson, Jr. R. N. Manley.................... Asst. Cashier Max A. Mitcham STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ Overdrafts ...................... U. S. Gov’t obligations.. Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  470,912.21 446,257.78 287,462.77 11,738.48 19,500.00 884,306.55 6,279.27  Capital stock........................ $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 25,000.00 Undivided profits............... 35,508.86 Reserves .............................. 30,000.00 Demand deposits................ 1,203,216.09 Time deposits...................... 167,135.58 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 30,640.65 Public funds........................ 84,823.36 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,485,815.68 Other liabilities..................  Total  $1,626,457.06  132.52 $1,626,457.06  Total  C IT IZ E N S BANK, S M I T H V I L L E  Lawrence County Chartered March 23, 1901  Transit Number 81-434 Directors  Officers  R. S. Rainwater...................... President A. M. Starr...................Vice-President Luke Johnston............................ Cashier Flynn Justus.................... Asst. Cashier  R. S. Rainwater A. M. Starr Sloan Rainwater, Jr. Webster Perkins Virginia Rainwater William I. Rainwater  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 196,400.09 416.85 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 324,333.75 Other bonds and securities 75,756.81 Furniture and fixtures..... 1,201.00 Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 103,291.94 Other resources.................. 335.82  Capital stock...................... $ 10,000.00 Surplus fund......................... 15,000.00 Undivided profits............... 42,908.16 Reserves ............................... 7,000.00 Demand deposits................ 586,028.35 Time deposits....................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds................ 40,800.75 Deposits of banks................ Total dep........$ 626,829.10 Other liabilities  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $ 701,737.26  Total  .$ 701,737.26  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  96  M E R C H A N T S A N D P L A N T E R S BANK, S P A R K M A N  Dallas County Chartered September 9, 1916  Telephone Number 15  Officers  Transit Number 81-581 Directors  C. F. Sturgis...........................President Garland Gaston S.B. Horne.........................Vice-President C. E. Hays C. E. Hays.................................. Cashier S. B. Horne  C. F. Sturgis W. P. Sturgis P. H. Taylor  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 278,021.98 Overdrafts .i........................ U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 477,000.00 Other bonds and securities 7,921.00 Furniture and fixtures..... 300.00 Banking house.................... 1 , 000.00 Other real estate................ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 374,021.37 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 20,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 20,000.00 Undivided profits............... 9,627.46 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 1,019,448.65 Time deposits...................... 16,379.58 U. S. Gov’t deposits......... Public funds........................ 52,809.66 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$1,088,637.89 Other liabilities  Total  $1,138,265.35  .$1,138,266 35  Total  F IR S T S T A T E BANK, S P R IN G D A L E  Washington County Chartered February 12, 1923  Telephone Number 681  Officers  Transit Number 81-856 Directors  Shelby Ford............................... President Mace D. Howell..............Vice-President J. T. Bain....Exec. Vice-Pres. & Cash. R. E. Buck........................Asst. Cashier  Shelby Ford C. L. George Tom Hargis Elmer Johnson L. E. Johnson  J. R. Joyce Dr. Friedman Sisco Joe M. Steele J. S. Watts A. P. W ilson  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts......... $1,088,793.74 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,502,456.65 Other bonds and securities 320,819.16 Furniture and fixtures..... 12,590.57 Banking house.................... 16,345.26 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 682,406.85 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 40,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 40,000.00 Undivided profits............... 21,927.27 Reserves .............................. 80,000.00 Demand deposits................. 2,526,049.94 Time deposits....................... 710,276.04 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 31,141.64 Public funds........................ 174,017.34 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$3,441,484.96 Other liabilities.  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $3,623,412.23  Total  $3,623,412,23  97  Thirty-sixth Report  BODCAW BANK, ST A M PS  Lafayette County Chartered December 8, 1902  Telephone Number 91  Officers  Transit Number 81-436 Directors  C. L. Cabe................................ President A. P. Beasley................. Vice-President C. C. Russell................................Cashier  C. L. Cabe J. C. Cabe A. P. Beasley  W. R. Boney R. T. Boulware C. C. Russell  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  477,758.13 596,400.00 155,602.59 10,850.00 19,050.00 14.00 408,444.01 381.00  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 139,241.40 Reserves .............................. 9,555.92 Demand deposits................ 1,152,006.95 Time deposits...................... 162,466.15 11,118.92 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds..................... 94,110.39 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$1,419,702.41 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................$1,668,499.73  Total ................................ $1,668,499.73  BANK OF STAR C IT Y , STAR C IT Y  Lincoln County Chartered April 7, 1925  Telephone Number 57  Officers  W. R. G. D. Clyde I. A.  Transit Number 81-437 Directors  Alsobrook......................President Smith.................... Vice-President E. Fish................ Vice-President Chambers.........................Cashier  Dr. H. B. Alsobrook Clyde E. Fish W. R. Alsobrook G. D.Smith I. A. Chambers  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  247,797.30 406,500.00 130,190.99 3,150.00 5,000.00 1.00 183,630.26  Capital stock..................... r Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits.............. Reserves .................... ......... Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits.......... Public funds........................ Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 851,308.10  25.000. 00 25.000. 00 66,372.65 8,588.80 521,585.20 92,391.19 237,331.71  Other liabilities Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $ 976,269.55  Total  .,...$  976,269,55  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  98  T H E S T E P H E N S S E C U R IT Y BANK, S T E P H E N S  Ouachita County Chartered February 8, 1946  Telephone Number 3761  Officers  Transit Number 81-755 Directors  Chas. T. Reveley................President Floyd Bryan James Smith James Smith................ Vice-President G. W. Halton A. B. Turner Floyd Bryan..............................Cashier Henry G. Hearnsberger N. S. Yarbrough J. R. Smith............. ...Asst. Cashier Chas. T. Reveley STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  234,334.30 353,172.66 123,395.11 6,860.83 6,040.41 196,953.50 692.79  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 25,000.00 Undivided profits............... 7,649.68 Reserves .............................. 2,000.00 Demand deposits................. 736,172.65 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 24,128.39 Public funds........................ 101,498.88 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 861,799.92 Other liabilities.  Total ................................ $ 921,449.60  Total ............................... -$ 921,449.60  C I T IZ E N S BANK, ST RONG  Union County Chartered January 19, 1931  Telephone Number 20  Transit Number 81-441 Directors  Officers  O. B. Clark............................... President C. B. Bird......................... Vice-President B. Finney..................................... Cashier Mrs. L. K. Robertson.....Asst. Cashier  C. B. Bird C. H. Bird O. B. Clark  J. E. Cooper E. W. Smith  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 216,829.58 Overdrafts .......................... 1.65 319,700.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... 2,174.00 Banking house.................... 100.00 Other real estate............... 1.00 Cash and due from banks 297,338.25 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 25,000.00 Undivided profits............... 47,588.52 Reserves .............................. 5,366.29 Demand deposits................. 645,982.68 Time deposits...................... 29,517.64 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 4,285.14 Public funds........................ 53,404.21 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 733,189.67 Other liabilities...................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$ 836,144,48  Total  $ 836,144.48  Thirty-sixth Report  99  T H E F A R M E R S A N D M E R C H A N T S BANK, S T U T T G A R T  Arkansas County Chartered December 29, 1944  Telephone Number 750  Officers  Transit Number 81-747 Directors  G. H. Franzen............................President G. B. Shafer......Exec. Vice-President J. C. Barnett..................................Cashier Lela M. Curtis.................Asst. Cashier  R. B. Curtis D. C. McDonald G. H. Franzen G. B. Shafer R. F. Howe Ralph Wilson Russell McCollum  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 785,414.57 Overdrafts .......................... 313.79 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,099,524.01 Other bonds and securities 278,402.16 Furniture and fixtures..... 10,805.16 Banking house.................... 18,000.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 569,296.26 Other resources.................. 1,057.75  Capital stock........................$ 75,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 85,000.00 Undivided profits............ 24,857.51 Reserves .............................. 11,344.57 Demand deposits................ 2,015,344.96 Time deposits...................... 345,588.49 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 39,534.58 Public funds........................ 166,011.84 Deposits of banks............... 131.75 Total dep........$2,566,611.62 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................$2,762,813.70  Total ................................ $2,762,813.70  C I T IE N S BA NK, T I L L A R  Drew County Chartered July 28, 1913  Telephone Number 5  Officers  V. C. Harrell...........................President C. H. Kimbro..................Vice-President J. H. Kimbro...............................Cashier Winston R. Kimbro.........Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-446 Directors  V. C. Harrell C. H. Kimbro J. H. Kimbro  B. C. Prewitt W. S. Wood  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources Liabilities Loans and discounts.........$ 46,700.52 Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Overdrafts .......................... 25,000.00 659.33 Surplus fund........................ 27,734.24 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 225,900.00 Undivided profits.............. Other bonds and securities 97,347.00 Reserves .............................. 275,617.81 Furniture and fixtures..... .50 Demand deposits................ Banking house.................... 15,454.00 .50 Time deposits...................... 14,552.58 Other real estate................ U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 74,336.08 Cash and due from banks 84,723.81 Public funds........................ Other resources.................. 2,363.05 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$ 379,960.47 Other liabilities.................. Total ................................ $ 457,694.71   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ..................... .......... $ 457,694.71  100  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF T R U M A N N , T R U M A N N  Poinsett County Chartered October 26, 1911  Telephone Number 7  Officers  Transit Number 81-488 Directors  Geo. O. Campbell......................President Geo. B. Cash................... Vice-President M. T. Byrn..................... Vice-President Earl Yarbrough...........................Cashier Clyde Robertson, Jr........Asst. Cashier  M. T. Byrn J. P.Lady Geo. O. Campbell Norris C. Taylor Geo. B. Cash  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 681,456.97 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,201,224.00 Other bonds and securities 29,000.00 Furniture and fixtures..... 5,800.00 Banking house.................... 15,200.00 Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 652,116.71 Other resources..................  Capital stock........................ $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 80,000.00 Undivided profits............... 31,829.59 Reserves .............................. 18,495.42 Demand deposits................. 2,138,177.46 3,300.00 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits................................. 1,668.75 Public funds........................ 211,326.46 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep....... $2,354,472.67 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $2,584,797.68  Total .................................$2,584,797.68  BANK OF T U C K E R M A N , T U C K E R M A N  Jackson County Chartered November 8, 1902  Telephone Number 1  Officers  F. L. Penix.............................President O. B. Armstrong.........Exec. Vice-Pres. R. O. Norris................. Vice-President Chas. Shaver................................ Cashier Van Smith........................ Asst. Cashier Walter McDaniel............Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-448 Directors  O. B. Armstrong D. C. Dowell R. O. Norris  F. L. Penix A. S. Riegler  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts......... $ 269,072.17 Overdrafts ....................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 521,478.20 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... 500.00 Banking house.............. 3,500.00 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 435,898.69 Other resources.................. 37.50  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 25,000.00 Undivided profits............... 33,683.73 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 884,128.22 Time deposits...................... 55,662.19 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ 191,870.09 Deposits of banks............... 15,142.33 Total dep........$1,146,802.83  Total ................................ $1,230,486.56  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Other liabilities.................. Total ................................ $1,230,486.56  Thirty-sixth Report  101  C IT IZ E N S BANK A N D T R U S T C O M PAN Y, VAN BUREN  Crawford CountyChartered December 20, 1910  Telephone Number 5  Officers  Transit Number 81-101 Directors  David T. Bryan........................ President David T. Bryan Robert W. Geliy Robert W. Geliy.............. Vice-President Harry W. Bryan Joe C. McKinney Frank D. Pape..............................Cashier John V. Burrough Frank D. Pape John V. Burrough...........Asst. Cashier STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 154,004.74 Overdrafts ...................... 1,457,600.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. Other bonds and securities 337,873.59 7,500.00 Furniture and fixtures..... 1.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate................ Cash and due from banks 399,888.69 Other resources..................  Capital stock........................ $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund..................... 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 70,074.06 65,884.46 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 1,545,398.53 Time deposits...................... 326,594.31 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 444.50 243,926.27 Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$2,116,363.61 Other liabilities..................  $2,356,868.02  Total  Total  4,545.89 $2,356,868.02  PEO P LE S BANK AND T R U S T C O M PAN Y, V A N BUREN  Crawford County Chartered August 12, 1933  Telephone Number 208  Officers  Transit Number 81-100 Directors  J. J. Izard................................. President Hal Brown C. *E. Izard........................Vice-President J. J. Izard Dell Miller..................................... Cashier C. E. Izard Stewart Condren.............Asst. Cashier A. W. Meier  Dell Miller R. Cabol Rhodes Wylie B. Smith  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 173,063.55 Overdrafts .......................... 136.68 LT. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,449,544.00 Other bonds and securities 145,686.25 Furniture and fixtures..... 5,000.00 Banking house.................... 7,000.00 Other real estate............... 1.00 Cash and due from banks 543,134.62 Other resources..................  Capital stock........................ $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits............... 18,773.33 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 1,371,739.28 Time deposits...................... 313,449.81 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 16,329.89 Public funds........................ 503,273.79 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$2,204,792.77 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $2,323,566.10  Total  $2,323,566.10  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  102  BA NK OF W A L D O , W A L D O  Columbia County Chartered September 2, 1899  Telephone Number 2274  Transit Number 81-265  Officers  Directors  J. Thurston Howell................ President W. S. McKissack........ Vice-President Mary H. Martin.......................... Cashier  J. Thurston Howell Mrs. J. Thurston Howell W. S. McKissack  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 197,209.74 Overdrafts ...................... 312,022.06 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. Other bonds and securities 37,980.90 330.49 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... 1,600.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 129,576.42 Other resources.................. 681.10  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 5,000.00 Undivided profits............... 19,844.99 Reserves .............................. 7,236.62 Demand deposits................. 555,680.53 Time deposits....................... 4,943.92 5,893.45 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ 55,801.20 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 622,319.10  ------------------Total ................................ $ 679,400.71  Other liabilities................... Total ................................ $ 679,400.71  T H E PEO P LE S BANK, W A L D O  Columbia County Chartered June 22, 1910  Telephone Number 3011  Officers  Transit Number 81-266 Directors  H. A. Fincher......................... President J. E. O’Daniel................. Vice-President H. H. Fincher............................Cashier R. P. Clark........................ Asst. Cashier  E. F. Fincher G. L . Fincher H. A. Fincher  H. H. Fincher W. O. Fincher J. E. O’Daniel  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts..... $ 249,184.72 Overdrafts ....................... 408,000.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations. 68,242.60 Other bonds and securities 1.00 Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate................ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 354,202.22 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund............................ 25,000.00 Undivided profits............... 17,668.55 Reserves ............................... Demand deposits................. 839,040.81 Time deposits....................... 89,945.30 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 7,222.21 Public Funds.......................... 75,755.67 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$1,011,963.99 Other liabilities.  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,079,632.54  Total  $1,079,632.54  Thirty-sixth Report  103  BANK OF W A L D R O N , W A L D R O N  Scott County Chartered April 3, 1901  Telephone Number 41  Officers  Transit Number 81-239 Directors  W. B. Piles............................... President Gene Davidson................. Vice-President M. C. Bird.......................Vice-President Claud W. Harrison..................... Cashier Mollie E. Center.............. Asst. Cashier Orval K. Goodner.............Asst. Cashier  W. A. Bates M. C. Bird Mollie E. Center Gene Davidson Miles Dozier  Claud W. Harrison J. K. May W. S. Mitchell W. B. Piles  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 592,563.96 Overdrafts .......................... 633.75 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,190,500.00 Other bonds and securities 166,589.79 Furniture and fixtures..... 2,000.00 Banking house.................... 4,500.00 Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 620,019.40 3,300.00 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 5t),000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 44,549.06 Reserves ............................. Demand deposits................ 1,566,912.36 Time deposits.................... 494,454.34 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 49,566.09 Public funds........................ 324,625.05 Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$2,435,557.84 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................$2,580,106.90  Total ................................ $2,580,106.90  M E R C H A N T S AND P L A N T E R S BANK, W A R R E N  Chartered March 15, 1890  Bradley County Telephone Number 20  Officers  Transit Number 81-159 Directors  Carl Hollis.............Chairman of Board F. M. Holt................................ President G. B. Colvin.....................Vice-President A. L. Moody................................ Cashier Mrs. Helen N. Harris.... ...Asst. Cashier Miss Lois Goss.................Asst. Cashier  G. B. Colvin Carl Hollis F. M. Holt Laurence Hurley J. P. Lambert Jas. K. Martin  J. E. Stewart J. C. Thompson Albert T. Weiss Sidney Wharton O. W. Wheless  STATEMENT CF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  Liabilities  750,996.29 147.48 889,743.75 592,655.37 3,344.22 10,845.49 785,165.30 8,605.18  Capital stock...................... $ 75,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 75,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 86,440.78 Reserves .............................. 8,503.49 Demand deposits................ 1,846,107.17 Time deposits.................... 582,713.76 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 58,016.46 Public funds........................ 307,891.31 Deposits of banks.............. 1,830.11 Total dep........$2,796,558.81 Other liabilities.  Total .................................. $3,041,503.08   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total .................................. $3,041,503.08  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  104  W A R R E N BANK, W A R R E N  Bradley County Chartered December 28, 1901  Telephone Number 88 . Transit Number 81-160  Officers  Louis John S. B. M. C. M. S.  Directors  Ederington.....................President T. Ederington..... Vice-President Meek, Jr................Vice-President Singer.......Vice-Pres. & Cashier Thompson...............Asst. Cashier  L. H. Derby J. T. Ederington L. W. Ederington Louis Ederington J. B. Frazer  J. R. Gannaway F. Martin Hankins S. B. Meek, Jr. M. C. Singer  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans hnd discounts.........$1,067,258.47 Overdrafts .......................... 1,563.08 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 764,259.50 Other bonds and securities 367,643.43 Furniture and fixtures..... 3,231.71 Banking house.................... 15,071.20 Other real estate................. 1.00 Cash and due from banks 735,192.28 Other resources.................. 494.50  Capital stock...................... $ 75,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 100,000.00 Undivided profits............... 56,198.11 Reserves .............................. 55,917.52 Demand deposits................. 1,691,822.10 Time deposits...................... 535,468.47 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 54,908.19 367,746.03 Public funds........................ Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$2,649,944.79 Other liabilities...................  Total ................................ $2,954,715.17  17,654.75  Total .................................$2,954,715.17  BANK OF W E IN E R , W E I N E R  Poinsett County Chartered April 2, 1909  Telephone Number 91  Officers  L. R. E. H.  Transit Number 81-456 Directors  Hogue.................................. President A. Ziegenhorn...........Vice-President E. Hogue.........Exec. Vice-President E. Winters.............................. Cashier  E. E. Hogue L. Hogue Marcus Hoge F. R. Huber  Mrs. J. B. Huber H. E. Winters R. A. Ziegenhorn  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 226,698.07 Overdrafts .......................... 3,178.25 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 527,200.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... 5,492.53 Banking house.................... 2,662.83 Other real estate................. Cash and due from banks 366,765.47 Other resources.................. 2,207.45  Capital stock...................... $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund............... 45,000.00 Undivided profits............... 18,384.75 Reserves .............................. 5,000.00 Demand deposits................. 964,417.15 Time deposits....................... 27,344.58 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 690.21 Public funds........................ 28,403.40 Deposits of banks............... 19,964.51 Total dep........$1,040,819.85 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,134,204.60  Total  $1,134,204.60  105  Thirty-sixth Report  M E R C H A N T S A N D F A R M E R S BANK, W E S T H E L E N A  Phillips County Chartered October 4, 1948  Telephone Number West-522  Officers  Transit Number 81-76S Directors  Chester Jones.......................... President J. B. Weedman..............Vice-President R. H. Ross.........Vice-Pres. & Cashier Roy B. Warren................ Asst. Cashier Ella Lewey........................ Asst. Cashier  James P. Baker, Jr. C. G. Raff S. H. Hurst R. H. Ross Chester Jones Fulton Simpson E. F. Kalb J. B. Weedman  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  270,340.38 47.25 187,248.46 135,890.77 12,717.26 111,567.59 540.74  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 15,000.00 Undivided profits............... 12,382.59 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................ 417,585.17 Time deposits...................... 67,277.74 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 3,506.67 Public funds........................ 152,600.28 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 640,969.86 Other liabilities..................  Total  718,352.45  Total  718,352.45  BA NK OF W E S T M E M P H IS , W E S T M E M P H IS  Crittenden County Chartered April 21, 1928  Telephone Number 35  Officers  Transit Number 81-695 Directors  E. J. W hite...................President Wm. H. Hundhausen .Vice-Pres. Taylor Claiborne............. Cashier Kathleen Yokley.......Asst. Cash.  C. H. Brown G. M. Coleman H. R. Dabbs Wm. H. Hundhausen Cecil Oliver  Arthur Russell Harvey E. Thompson E. J. White D. B. Woollard  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts......... $ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  232,724.83 892,000.00 178,693.26 1,500.00 934,342.47  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 50,000.00 Undivided profits............. 17,839.35 Reserves .............................. 5,000.00 Demand deposits................. 1,636,666.51 Time deposits...................... 189,811.43 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 2,219.83 Public funds........................ 287,723.44 Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$2,116,421.21 Other liabilities  $2,239,260.56  Total  $2,239,260.56  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  106  M E R C H A N T S A N D P L A N T E R S BANK, W E S T M E M P H I S  Crittenden County Chartered August 5, 1941  Telephone Number 250  Transit Number 81-743  Officers  Directors  J. C. Johnson...........................President J. C. McCaa.....................Vice-President John M. Smith..Exec. V.-Pres. & Cash. Marvin E. Phelps............. Asst. Cashier Mrs. James Bledsoe....... Asst. Cashier  John A. Cooper J. C. Johnson J. C. McCaa  Lewis K. McKee John M. Smith  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 327,342.49 Overdrafts .......................... 4.64 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 1,286,238.49 Other bonds and securities 186,179.42 Furniture and fixtures..... 15,620.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 886,461.93 Other resources..................  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 75,000.00 Undivided profits............... 56,946.09 Reserves .............................. 6,508.88 Demand deposits................. 1,530,952.86 Time deposits...................... 264,161.90 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 19,896.79 Public funds........................ 698,380.45 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$2,513,392.00 Other liabilities...................  Total ................................ $2,701,846.97  Total ................................ $2,701,846.97  RICE G RO W ER S BANK, W H E A T L E Y  St. Francis County Chartered September 27, 1909  Telephone Number 2391  Officers  H. K. Smith, Jr....................President Robert Carvell....Vice-Pres. & Cashier Mary F. Williams...........Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-458 Directors  Robert Carvell Mayme Lyon  H. K. Smith, Jr.  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Loans and discounts.........$ 430,889.65 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 220,000.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... 2,500.00 Banking house.................... 1.00 Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 360,594.93 Other resources..................  Total ............................ ....$1,013,985.58   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities  Capital stock...................... $ 25.000. 00 Surplus fund........................ 25.000. 00 Undivided profits............... 57,110.91 Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................. 812,560.60 Time deposits...................... 53,424.64 U. S. Govt deposits........... Public funds........................ 40,889.43 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 906,874.67 Other liabilities.................. Total ................................ $1,013,985.58  10 7  Thirty-sixth Report  W I L M O T S T A T E BANK, W I L M O T  Chartered October 25, 1937  Ashley County Telephone Number 23  Officers  Transit Number 81-738 Directors  Wm. B.de Yampert...............President Dr. M. C. Crandall......Vice-President  Dr. M. C. Crandall G. B. Stovell Wm. B.de Yampert J. B. Shackleford E. H. Dunning  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 88,010.85 Overdrafts ........................ . U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 550,000.00 Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... 600.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks 227,624.56 Other resources.................. 1,597.99  Capital stock...................... $ 25.000. 00 25.000. 00 Surplus fund........................ 12,451.26 Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. 758,154.47 Demand deposits................ Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................ 47,227.67 Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 805,382.14 Other liabilities..................  Total ................................ $ 867,833.40  Total ................................ $ 867,833.40  BANK OF W IL S O N , W IL S O N  Mississippi County Chartered October 3, 1908  Telephone Number 3251  Officers  Transit Number 81-462 Directors  J. H. Crain.............Chairman of Board Benton Garrett.........................President C. J. Lowrance, Jr........ Vice-President J. B. Gwyn.................................. Cashier Ruth Childs....................... Asst. Cashier Dorothy Dean....................Asst. Cashier Gatha W atson................... Asst. Cashier  J. E. Crain S. A. J. H. Crain R. H. Benton Garrett R. E. C. J. Lowrance, Jr. R. E.  Regenold Robinson L. Wilson, Jr. L. Wilson, III  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$1,090,398.57 Overdrafts .......................... 44.06 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 557,939.65 Other bonds and securities 110,031.95 Furniture and fixtures..... 4,758.76 Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 701,209.29 Other resources.................. 670.26  Capital stock...................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund........................ 300,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 26,964.95 Reserves .............................. 5,099.95 Demand deposits................. 1,149,457.93 199,488.66 Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 562.50 Public funds........................ 733,478.55 Deposits of banks.............. Total dep........$2,082,987.64 Other liabilities..................  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $2,465,052.54  Total  $2,465,052.54  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  108  CROSS C O U N T Y BANK, W Y N N E  Cross County Chartered June 5, 1891  Telephone Number 46  Officers  Transit Number 81-151 Directors  Dave Block............................... President H. K. Barwick, Jr. H. K. Barwick, Jr...........Vice-President Dave Block J. W. Lipscomb............................Cashier David Drexler Wallace Eldridge.............Asst. Cashier D. M. Hamrick  J. C. Hilliard J. W. Lipscomb W. W. Shaver, Jr. H. Steinberg  STATEMENT OP JUNE 30. 1950 Liabilities  Resources  Loans and discounts.........$ Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures..... Banking house.................... Other real estate............... Cash and due from banks Other resources..................  888,177.02 48.97 489,953.13 294,950.00 5,000.00 30,000.00 630,017.18  Capital stock...................... $ Surplus fund........................ Undivided profits...............  50,000.00 90,000.00 44,067.86  R o s G rvG S  Demand deposits................. 1,731,487.92 Time deposits...................... 62,366.06 U. S. Gov’t deposits........... 12,590.25 Public funds........................ 347,634.21 Deposits of banks............. Total dep........$2,154,078.44 Other liabilities.  Total ................................ $2,338,146.30  Total ................................ $2,338,146.30  T H E BA NK OF Y E L L V I L L E , Y E L L V I L L E  Marion County Chartered December 13, 1945  Telephone Number 2501  Transit Number 81-753  Officers  Directors  Park Gaines............................... President Lon W. Berry..................Vice-President H. A. Burnes.............. Vice-President Bernice Berry............................... Cashier Wynona Willingham.......Asst. Cashier  Bernice Berry Park Gaines Lon W. Berry W. M. Keeter H. A. Burnes Wynona Willingham Geo. N. Cavaness  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Loans and discounts.........$ 263,186.02 Overdrafts .......................... U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 367,000.00 Other bonds and securities 15,294.71 Furniture and fixtures..... 2,000.00 Banking house.................... Other real estate.............. Cash and due from banks 272,934.85 Other resources..................  Liabilities  Capital stock...................... $ Surplus fund................. Undivided profits............... Reserves .............................. Demand deposits................... Time deposits...................... U. S. Gov’t deposits........... Public funds........................... Deposits of banks............... Total dep........$ 849,620.23  25,000.00 25,000.00 20,795.35 734,733.33 114,886.90  Other liabilities. Total .................................. $ 920,415.58   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total ................................... $ 920,415.58  Thirty-sixth Report  C O N S O L ID A T E D S T A T E M E N T OF C O N D IT IO N OF T H E S E V E N C O O P E R A T IV E EX C H A N G E S O P E R A T IN G IN A R K A N S A S AS OF JU N E 30, 1950 Resources  Loans and discounts..................................................... $ 24,736.03 Overdrafts .................................. 360.43 U. S. Government obligations........................................ 57,355.20 Furniture and fixtures................................................... 1,823.58 Banking house................................................................... 1,800.00 Cash and due from banks........................................... 503,962.62 Other resources................................................................. 1,986.97 Total  Resources...................................................... $ 592,024.83 Liabilities  Capital stock..................................................................... $ 14,820.00 Surplus and undivided profits...................................... 11,724.23 Deposits ............................................................................ 565,480.60 Total Liabilities   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $ 592,024.83  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  no  T H E F IR S T C O M PAN Y, BLACK ROCK  Lawrence County Telephone Number 53 Directors  Officers  J. F. Sloan................................ President Dr. E. J. Cruse...............Vice-President H. L. Clark................................ Manager  H. L. Clark L. J. Coffey Dr. E. J. Cruse J. E. Krone  J. F. Sloan C. H. Smith R. C. Tate A. W. Williams  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Liabilities  Resources  Cash and due from banks..$ Other resources...................  4,052.67 1,732.71  Capital stock...................... $ Surplus & undiv. profits...  2,480.00 3,305.38  Total ................................ $  5,785.38  Total ................................ $  5,785.38  HARDY EXCHANGE, HARDY  Sharp County Telephone Number 2131 Directors  Officers  H. C. Daugherty...................... President J. I. Willett...................... Vice-President T. W. Walker................................ Cashier  L. R. Biggers R. S. Biggers E. R. Daugherty  H. C. Daugherty T. W. Walker J. I. Willett  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Loans and discounts.........$ U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Furniture and fixtures..... Cash and due from banks Total  Liabilities  3,500.61 57,355.20 175.00 57,087.08 118,117.89  L E A C H V IL L E  Capital stock...................... $ 2,500.00 Surplus & undiv. profits.. 1,479.28 Deposits .............................. 114,138.61 118,117.89  Total  EX C H A N G E , L E A C H V IL L E  Mississippi County Telephone Number 82 Officers  Directors  Paul Downs.............................. President Fred F. Alexander..Vice-Pres. & Cash. DeLean Alexander...........Asst. Cashier  DeLean Alexander Fred F. Alexander Vernon Coggins  Paul Downs Bert Faulkner  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30. 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 700.00 Overdrafts .......................... 89.62 Cash and due from banks 180,245.28  Capital Stock...................... $ 2,000.00 Surplus & undiv. profits.. 5,382.65 Deposits .............................. 173,652.25  Total .................................. $ 181,034.90   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  ----- --------  Total  ..............$ 181,034.90  Thirty-sixth Report  111  PEO PLES E XCH ANG E, McRAE  White County Telephone Number 342 Officers  Directors  H. F. Hammock...................... President G. M. Bennett.....Vice-Pres. & Cashier Mattie R. Bennett...........Asst. Cashier  G. M. Bennett F. C. Blevins R. H. Ernest  H. F. Hammock Bert Shannon  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ 3,586.62 Overdrafts .......................... 264.67 Furniture and fixtures..... 500.00 Banking house.................... 1,800.00 Cash and due from banks 120,199.17 Other resources................... 234.86  Capital stock...................... $ 2,500.00 Deposits .............................. 124,085.82  Total ................................ $ 126,585.32  Total ................................ $ 126,585.32  M I N E R A L SPRINGS E X C H A N G E CO M PAN Y, M I N E R A L SPRINGS  Howard County Telephone Number 4 Officers  Directors  W. L. Bell................................. President R. M. Bell R. L. Nutt......................... Vice-President W. L. Bell Mrs. Azelle Bell........................... Cashier Thos. Bridgeman  R. L. Nutt C. C. Stephens Randolph Webb  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Loans and discounts.........$ Furniture and fixtures..... Cash and due from banks  16,948.80 848.05 30,798.39  Capital stock...................... $ Surplus & undiv. profits.. Deposits ..............................  4,500.00 1,405.85 42,689.39  Total ................................ $  48,595.24  Total ................................$  48,595.24  TYRONZA  EX C H A N G E C O M PAN Y, T Y R O N Z A  Poinsett County Telephone Number 75 Officers  Directors  D. F. W ylie..............................President J. L. Cooper W. W. Warren................Vice-President A. L. Fair W. S. Tatum..................................Cashier W. S. Tatum Ernestine Sanders...........Asst. Cashier  W. W. Warren D. F. Wylie  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Liabilities  Furniture and fixtures.....$ Cash and due from banks Other resources................... Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .f  300.53 56,474.83 19.40 56,794.76  Capital stock...................... $ Deposits ..............................  440.00 56,354.76  $  56,794.76  Total  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  112  W IL M A R EXCHANGE, W IL M A R  Drew County Telephone Number 28 Officers  Directors  E. A. Oslin..............................President Louin McKinstry.......... Vice-President R. A. McKinstry.......................... Cashier Mrs. R. A. McKinstry.....Asst. Cashier  Louin McKinstry E. A. Oslin R. A. McKinstry S. C. W iscaver Mrs. R. A. McKinstry  STATEMENT OF JUNE 30, 1950 Resources  Overdrafts .......................... $ Cash and due from banks Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities  6.14 55,105.20 55,111.34  Capital stock...................... I Surplus & undiv. profits.. Deposits .............................. Total  400.00 151.07 54,560.27 55,111.34  REPORT OF BUILDING AND LOAN DIVISION   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  AND SECURITIES DIVISION  114  State uf Arkansas: Bank Department  BUILDING AND LOAN DIVISION December 31, 1949  Statement of eight active state chartered Building and Loan Associations, compiled from annual reports rendered the Ark­ ansas State Bank Department as of December 31, 1949. List of four voluntary liquidating Building and Loan As­ sociations as of December 31, 1949.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Thirty-sixth Report  115  C O M B IN E D S T A T E M E N T OF T H E E IG H T A C T IV E S T A T E C H A R T E R E D B U IL D IN G A N D LOAN ASSO CIATION S AS OF D EC EM B ER 31, 1949 Assets  Loans ............................................................................................................... $7,700,077.83 Contracts of Sale............................................................................................ 23,301.56 Real Estate Owned........................................................................................ 3,003.00 U. S. Government Obligations............... 619,149.00 Other Securities...................................... 77,301.00 Office Building............................................................................................... 8,700.00 8,570.88 Furniture and Fixtures.................................. Cash on Hand and in Banks...................................................................... 361,747.21 Other Assets............................................ 10,518.72 Total Assets.................................................................................. $8,812,369.20 Liabilities  Guaranty Stock............................. ..................................................................$ 57,500.00 Shares ............................................................................................................. 6,946,241.35 Advance from FHL Bank............................................................................. 686,875.00 Notes Payable........................... 50,575.08 Loans in Process.................................................................................... 25,874.20 Other Liabilities............................. 82,739.04 Reserves ..................................... 653,843.50 Undivided Profits.......................................................................................... 308,721.03 Total Liabilities.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  ...$8,812,369.20  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  116  F A Y E T T E V I L L E B U IL D IN G A N D LOAN ASSO CIAT IO N F A Y E T T E V I L L E , W A S H IN G T O N C O U N T Y , A R K A N S A S December 31, 1949 Officers  A. C. W. P. David H. L.  Directors  Ucker.............................. President McNair, Jr.... Ex. Vice-President McNair.S ecretary-Treasurer Pearson...........................Attorney  H. E. Cravens H. L. Pearson Harrison Hale W. C. Smith David McNair A. C. Ucker W. P. McNair, Jr.  Assets  Liabilities  Loans ....................................I ,339,679.88 2,329.30 Contracts of Sale............... 170,000.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 15,800.00 Other securities.................. 995.74 Furniture and fixtures..... Cash on hand & in banks 79,132.18 Other assets........................ 1.00  Shares .................................. $1,294,393.46 Advances from FHL Bank 145,625.00 Reserves .............................. 141,000.00 Undivided profits.... 26,867.20 Other liabilities....... 52.44  $1,607,938.10  $1,607,938.10  F O R R E S T C I T Y SAVING S A N D LOAN ASSO CIAT IO N FO R R EST C IT Y , ST. FRAN CIS C O U N T Y , A R K A N S A S December 31, 1949 Officers  Directors  Ed Ash..................................... President C. W. Norton........ ................. Secretary  Assets  U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other securities.................. Furniture and fixtures..... Cash on hand & in banks   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Ed Ash John C. Bowen W. W. Campbell  A. L. Harris W. E. Stevens Gazzola Vaccaro  Liabilities  13,000.00 3,000.00 1.00 14,032.86  Shares .................................. $ 215,792.68 Advances from FHL Bank 16,500.00 Other liabilities.................. 601.58 Reserves .............................. 15,000.00 Undivided profits............... 19,292.24  $ 267,186.50  $ 267,186.50  117  Thirty-sixth Report  U N IT E D B U IL D IN G A N D LOAN ASSO CIATION F O R T S M I T H , S E B A S TIA N C O U N TY , A R K A N S A S December 31, 1949 Officers  Directors  F. W. Dyke............................ President R. A. Young...................... Vice-President A. R. Noe................Secretary-Treasurer Brady Pryor............................... Attorney  W. V. Boatright R. B. Cutting C. C. Davis R. A. DeLong F. W. Dyke Allen Henderson  Assets  H. L. Jett C. Laughlin, Jr. Brady Pryor R. J. Ross R. A. Young  Liabilities  Loans .................................. $3,671,443.02 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 305,949.00 Other securities........ 37,500.00 Furniture and fixtures..... 6,573.14 Cash on hand & in banks 142,593.85 Other assets.............. 4,650.44  Shares .................................. $3,462,298.82 Advances from FHL Bank 450,000.00 Loans in process................ 14,731.53 49,515.35 Other liabilities.................. Reserves .............................. 149,593.59 Undivided profits.............. 42,570.16  $4,168,709.45  $4,168,709.45  JONESBORO B U IL D IN G A N D LOAN ASSOCIATION JONESBORO, C R A IG H E A D C O U N TY , AR K A N SA S December 31, 1949 Officers  Directors  B. L. Westbrook, Jr............. President J. H. Little, Jr................Vice-President J. C. W estbrook.....................Secretary Jettie Burk............................ Bookkeeper  F. J. Gregson J. H. Little, Jr. J. B. Hinson Roy Sigler W. R. Weaver E. L. Westbrook, Jr. J. C. Westbrook  Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ 268,968.74 Contracts of sale............... 3,538.18 Office building.................... 7,500.00 Furniture and fixtures..... 1.00 Cash on hand & in banks 1,906.55  Shares ..................................$ 178,584.90 Notes payable.................... 46,400.08 Other liabilities.................. 22,694.92 Reserves .............................. 30,000.00 Undivided profits............... 4,234.57  $281,914.47  $ 281,914.47   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  118  C IT IZ E N S B U IL D IN G A N D LOAN A S S O C IA T IO N JONESBORO, C R A IG H E A D C O U N T Y , A R K A N S A S (In Process of Liquidation) December 31, 1949 Officers  W. R. Stuck............................. Chas. A. Stuck....................... Wm. R. Stuck.........................  .President -Secretary ....Trustee  Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ Contracts of sale.............. Real estate owned............. Cash on hand & in banks Other assets........................  3,933.66 8,286.48 3,000.00 1,638.92 2,861.90  Shares ................................ -$ Notes payable.................. Other liabilities................. Reserves ............................ Undivided profits.............  2,775.00 4,175.00 2,361.60 3,677.19 6,732.17  $  19,720.96  $  19,720.96  PEO PLES B U IL D IN G A N D LOAN A SSO C IA T IO N L I T T L E ROCK, P U L A S K I C O U N T Y , A R K A N S A S December 31, 1949 Officers  Directors  W. W. Finch............ President & Sec’y Claibourne W. Conway .Vice-President Carl Hollis..Vice-Pres. & Chrmn. Board W. C. Thomas Treas. & Asst. Sec’y Pearl Hinkle.................Asst. Secretary  Robert C. Bird Claibourne W. Conway W. W. Finch Carl Hollis W. C. Thomas  Assets  Liabilities  Loans .................................. $1,323,888.73 Contracts of sale...'.. 5,600.75 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 55,500.00 Other securities........ 12,100.00 1,000.00 Furniture and fixtures..... Cash on hand & in banks 40,659.79  Shares ...................................$1,204,515.90 Advances from FHL Bank 45,000.00 Loans in Process.... 11,142.67 Other liabilities........ 934.71 Reserves .............................. 128,606.23 Undivided profits.... 48,549.76  $1,438,749.27  $1,438,749.27   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Thirty-sixth Report  119  A R G E N T A B U IL D IN G AND LOAN ASSOCIATION N O R T H L I T T L E ROCK, P U L A S K I C O U N T Y , A R K A N S A S December 31, 1949 Officers  Directors  Lee Miles.................................. President Joe W. Pugh.........Yice-Pres. & Treas. Solon Humphreys...................Secretary Berah Eason......Cash. & Bookkeeper M. L. Spradling..... Stenographer  Mrs. Lucy P. Humphreys Solon Humphreys Lee Miles Joe W. Pugh  Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................! Contracts of sale.............. Real estate owned............. U. S. Gov’t obligations..... Other securities.................. Cash on hand & in banks  414,289.63 466.26 3.00 69,900.00 5,101.00 69,880.43  Shares .................. Other liabilities.... Reserves ............... Undivided profits.  $ 559,640.32  292,195.70 6,562.22 162,966.49 97,915.91  $ 559,640.32  W A R R E N B U IL D IN G AND LOAN ASSO CIATION W A R R E N , B R A D L E Y C O U N T Y , A R KAN SAS December 31, 1949 Officers  Directors  J. R. Gannaway............. President Louis Ederington..........Vice-President Byron L. Herring..........Vice-President B. R. Wardlaw.....Sec’y and Treasurer B. Ball..........................................Attorney  B. Ball J. R. Ganaway Louis Ederington Byron L. Herring J. B. Frazer N. R. Herring B. R. Wardlow  Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ 440,721.53 Contracts of sale............... 3,080.59 U. S. Gov’t obligations..... 4,800.00 Other securities............. 3,800.00 Office building................... 1,200.00 Cash on hand & in banks 11,902.63 Other assets........................ 3,005.38  Shares ..................................$ 295,684.89 Guaranty stock.................. 57.500.00 Advances from FHL Bank 29.750.00 Other liabilities.................. 16.22 Reserves .............................. 23,000.00 Undivided profits.............. 62,559.02  $ 468,510.13  $ 468,510.13   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  120  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  L IS T OF FOUR V O L U N T A R I L Y L IQ U I D A T I N G S T A T E C H A R T E R E D B U IL D IN G A N D LOAN A SSO C IA T IO N S IN A R K A N S A S AS OF D E C E M B E R 31, 1949  Leader Building and Loan Association................................................... Little Prudential Building and Loan Association............................................. Little Equitable Building and Loan Association............................................. Little Young Men’s Building and Loan Association..........................................Little   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Rock Rock Rock Rock   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  SECURITIES DIVISION June 30, 1950  * * * * * * * a|e  i|c *  * *  $  *  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  122  C O M B IN E D S T A T E M E N T OF RESOURCES A N D L IA B I L I T I E S OF S E V E N I N D U S T R IA L LOAN I N S T I T U T I O N S O P E R A T IN G U N D E R A C T 111 OF 1941 J U N E 30, 1950 Assets  Loans ................................................................................................................$1,791,005.40 Securities ........................................................................................................ 59,866.00 Furniture and Fixtures................................................................................... 8,121.17 Other Assets.................................................................................................... 18,398.79 Cash on Hand andinBank........................................................................... 167,392.14 TOTAL ASSETS.................................................. .•.........................$2,044,783.50 Liabilities  Investment Certificates................................................................................ $ Notes Payable.................................................................................................. Re-Discounts ............................. Debentures ............................................................ Other Liabilities.............................................................................................. Unearned Income.................................................... Reserves .......................................................................................................... Capital ............................................................................................................. Surplus and Undivided Profits...................................................................   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  657,945.48 333,449.32 62,346.56 80,900.00 57,236.36 16,611.82 35,276.83 502,975.00 298,042.13  $2,044,783.50  Thirty-sixth Report  123  C O M M E R C IA L C R E D IT PLAN, INC. F O R T S M I T H , AR KAN SAS June 30, 1950 Officers  H. A. Cherry............. President W. R. Mules.........................................................................Secretary S. M. Chesney.......................................................................Treasurer Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ 160,810.85 Cash on hand and in bank 66,804.51  Investment Certificates..... $ 98,64^.83 Other liabilities.................. 9,123.12 Unearned income............... 4,545.67 Capital .................................. 100,000.00 Surplus and undiv. profits 15,303.74  $ 227,615.36  227,615.36  C O M M E R C IA L C R E D IT PL AN, INC. JONESBORO, A R KAN SAS June 30, 1950 Officers  H. A. Cherry.......................................................... President W. R. Mules......................... Secretary S. M. Chesney.................................................................... Treasurer Assets Loans ........................ -........ $ 238,552.66 Other Assets........................ 294.00 Cash on hand and in bank 26,689.80  Liabilities Investment Certificates.....$ 140,754.70 Other liabilities.................. 5,632.16 Unearned income............... 7,341.37 Capital .................................. 100,000.00 Surplus and undiv.profits 11,808.23  $ 265,536.46  $ 265,536.46  C O M M E R C IA L C R E D IT PLAN, INC. L I T T L E ROCK, A R KAN SAS June 30, 1950 Officers  H. A. Cherry......... W. R. Mules......... S. M. Chesney......  ........................................ President ........................................ Secretary ....................................... Treasurer  Assets •Loans ..................................$ 203,382.84 Securities ............................ 56,816.00 Cash on hand and in bank 6,481.66  Liabilities Investment Certificates....$ 129,455.20 Notes payable...................... 39,949.32 Unearned income.............. 4,724.78 Reserves .............................. 4,892.95 Capital ................................ 50,000.00 Surplus and undiv. profits 37,658.25  $ 266,680.50  $ 266,680.50   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  124  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  F R I E N D L Y F IN A N C E C O M P A N Y F A Y E T T E V IL L E , ARKANSAS June 30, 1950 Officers  Harvey L. Joyce................................................................. President John H. Joyce............................................................. Vice-President Helen M. Joyce................................................................... Secretary Assets  Liabilities  Loans .................................. ! Securities ............................ Other Assets...................... Cash on hand and in bank $  10,809.22 2,050.00 30.02 343.69  Notes payable.................... Other liabilities.................. Reserves .............................. Capital .................................. Surplus and undiv. profits  2,000.00  1,029.38 179.07  10,000.00  24.48  13,232.93  13,232.93  MORGAN PLAN C O M P A N Y T E X A R K A N A , ARKANSAS June 30, 1950 Officers  J. R. E. P. S. H. E. D.  Gunter....................... President Wilson................................................................. Vice-President Atkinson..................................................................... Secretary McDaniel....................................................... General Manager Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ 141,820.48 Securities ............................ 1,000.00 Furniture andfixtures........ 2,210.18 Other Assets...................... 1,009.14 Cash on hand and inbank 2,175.20  Notes payable.................... : Other liabilities.................. Reserves .............................. Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits  $ 148,215.00  7,500.00 1,475.66 1,815.91 50,000.00 87,423.43 148,215.00  N A T I O N A L C R E D IT C O R PO R A TIO N P IN E B L U F F , AR K A N SA S June 30, 1950 Officers  N. V. C. C.  J. D. A. S.  Gantt, Jr...................................................................... President Vice-President W ebb............................... Davies..........................................................Secretary-Manager McNew, Jr.................................................................. Treasurer Assets  Liabilities  Loans .................................. $ 419,269.42 Furniture and fixtures..... 3,297.34 Other Assets...................... 1,071.38 Cash on hand and in bank 7,586.94  Investment Certificates.....$ 92,070.09 Notes payable.................... 134,000.00 Other liabilities................... 6,976.23 28,388.90 Reserves .............................. Capital ................................ 100,000.00 Surplus and undiv. profits 69,789.86  $ 431,225.08  $ 431,225.08   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  12j  Thirty-sixth Report  PEO PLES LOAN A N D I N V E S T M E N T C O M P A N Y FORT SM ITH , ARKANSAS June 30, 1950 Officers  R. S. Young, Sr.................................. W. A. Needham................................... R. C. Helvie........................................ Mary C. Sims...................................... Assets  Liabilities  616,359.93 2,613.65 15,994.25 57,310.34  Investment Certificates....$ 197,022.66 150,000.00 Notes payable.................... Re-Discounts ...................... 62,346.56 Debentures ........................ 80,900.00 Other liabilities.................. 32,999.81 Capital ........................ 92,975.00 Surplus and undiv. profits 76,034.14  $ 692,278.17  $ 692,278.17  Loans ..................................! Furniture and fixtures..... Other Assets...................... Cash on hand and in bank   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .................President ....... Vice-President Secretary-Manager ................Treasurer  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  126  C O M B IN E D S T A T E M E N T OF ASSETS A N D L IA B I L I T I E S OF T H I R T Y - E I G H T IN D U S T R IA L LOAN I N S T I T U T I O N S O P E R A T IN G U N D E R ACTS 135 OF 1937 A N D 354 OF 1927 AS A M E N D E D June 30, 1950 Assets  Loans ................................................................................................................$5,052,921.59 Securities ........................................................................................................ 113,330.00 Office Building................................................................................................ 46,402.24 Real Estate.........-........................................................................................... 25,298.51 98,651.05 Furniture and fixtures.................................................................................. Other Assets.................................................................................................... 110,825.69 Cash on Hand and inBank........................................................................... 840,462.51 TOTAL ASSETS........................................................................... $6,287,891.59 Liabilities  Investment Certificates................................................................................ $ 258,925.26 Notes Payable................................ 2,745,601.71 Re-Discounts .................................................................................................... 570,388.17 Other liabilities............................... 461,399.25 Unearned Income.......................................................................................... 321,730.94 Reserves .......................................................................................................... 102,851.33 Capital .............................................................................................................. 1,239,193.66 Surplus and Undivided Profits................................................................... 587,801.27 TOTAL LIABILITIES.................................................................$6,287,891.59   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  127  Thirty-sixth Report  A R K A N SA S I N V E S T M E N T C O M P A N Y H O T SPRINGS, A R KAN SAS June 30, 1950 Officers  J. Fillmore Meadows.................. President and General Manager Dr. D. B. Strough.....................................................Vice-President H. K. Meadows................................................ Secretary-Treasurer Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ Furniture and fixtures..... Other assets........................ Cash on hand and in bank  40,452.72 208.00 750.50 2,676.03  3,600.00 920.07 916.59 35,000.00 3,650.59  Notes payable....................3 Other liabilities.................. Unearned income............... Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits  $ 44,087.25  $ 44,087.25  A T L A S F IN A N C E CO M PANY, INC. A R K A D E L P H IA , AR KAN SAS June 30, 1950 Officers  J. N. C. E.  B. R. R. E.  Hardman... W elch....... Huie.......... Lee............  ............President ...Vice-President ............Secretary ...........Treasurer  Assets  Liabilities  Loans ....................................$ 151,259.33 Other Assets........................ 674.38 Cash on hand and in bank 679.37  81,950.56 15,125.93 9,121.78 25,000.00 21,414.81  Notes payable.................... 1 Unearned income.............. Reserves .............................. Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits  152,613.08  $ 152,613.08  A T L A S F IN A N C E C O M P A N Y L I T T L E ROCK, A R KAN SAS June 30, 1950 Officers  Julia Snow Harris...............................................................President Thelma Ellis................. Vice-President S. M. Harris...................................................... Secretary-Treasurer Assets  Loans .................................... Furniture and fixtures..... Other assets........................ Cash on hand and in bank   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities  177,635.52 505.68 15.00 1,998.84  $ 180,155.04  Investment certificates.......$ 72,486.50 Notes payable........................ 50,353.70 Unearned income.................... 12,533.44 Reserves .............................. 8,788.37 Capital ................................... 22,950.00 Surplus and undiv. profits 13,043.03 $ 180,155.04  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  128  BLOCK M O RTGA GE C O M P A N Y , INC. L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N S A S June 30, 1950 Officers  Raymond E. Block, Sr........................................................ President Sam A. Block...............................................................Vice-President Lewis S. Block...........................................................Vice-President A. S. Rosen.............. Secretary-Treasurer and General Manager Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ 151,207.85 Other assets........................ 513.51 Cash on hand and in bank 6,963.29  Notes payable...................... $ 123,150.00 Other liabilities.................. 3,618.45 Capital ................................ 25,000.00 Surplus and undiv. profits 6,916.20  $ 158,684.65  $ 158,684.65  C E N T R A L LOAN A N D I N V E S T M E N T C O M P A N Y L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N S A S June 30, 1950 Officers  F. W. Duttlinger.............................. Geo. W. Massery................................. J. C. Nemec...................... .................. A. C. Ganaway...................................  ...................President ..........Vice-President ..........Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer  Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ 239,692.30 Furniture and fixtures..... 478.38 Cash on hand and in bank 6,225.58  Investment certificates.....$ 84,140.11 Notes payable..................... 103,025.16 Reserves .............................. 1,849.55 Capital ................................ 43,550.00 Surplus and undiv. profits 13,831.44  $ 246,396.26  $ 246,396.26  JACK C O L L IE R EAST C O M PA N Y, INC. L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N S A S June 30, 1950 Officers  Jack C. East... Lou Dell East Jas. M. East....  ................................................. President ........................................Vice-President ..............................Secretary-Treasurer  Assets  Liabilities  Loans .................................. $ 558,350.78 Securities ............................ 675.00 Furniture andfixtures........ 8,943.46 Other assets........................ 12,243.28 Cash on hand and inbank 55,358.41  Notes payable.................... $ 503,287.50 Other liabilities................... 32,248.29 Capital ................................ 50,000.00 Surplus and undiv, profits 50,035.14  $ 635,570,93  $ 635,570.93   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  129  Thirty-sixth Report  C O N S O L ID A T E D S T A T E M E N T OF G E N E R A L C O N T R A C T PU R C H A S E CO RPO RA TIO N B L Y T H E V I L L E , AR K A N SA S H O T SPRINGS, A R K A N SA S JONESBORO, A R KAN SAS L I T T L E ROCK, AR K A N SA S June 30, 1950 Officers  A. A. Blumeyer.....................................................................President W. E. Burtelow............... ............................... Exec. Vice-President J. G. Butler...................................................................Vice-President Mike Moran.................................................................Vice-President W. G. Schuburg....Vice-Pres. & Gen. Mgr. of Little Rock Branch D. Hapke............................................................................... Secretary Jack Rawlings............................................. Gen. Mgr.— Blytheville William Connell........................................... Gen. Mgr.— Jonesboro A. W. Koeniger......................................... Gen. Mgr.—Hot Springs Assets  Liabilities  Furniture and fixtures.......$ 53,443.79 Other assets........................ 3,430.76 Cash on hand and in bank 371,906.85  Other liabilities.................. $ 105,507.86 Unearned income............... 232,809.51 Capital ................................ 50,000.00 Surplus and undiv. profits 40,464.03  $ 428,781.40  $ 428,781.40  HELENA  I N D U S T R IA L LOAN CO RPO RA TIO N H E L E N A , AR K A N SA S June 30, 1950 Officers  W. W. Moore........................... .............................................President William T. Greer....................................Vice-President-Gen. Mgr. S. H. Hurst........................................................ Secretary-Treasurer Liabilities  Assets  Loans ..................................$ Furniture and fixtures..... Other assets........................ Cash on hand and in bank  67,077.03 417.94 15.00 12,442.20  Investment certificates.....!| Notes payable.................... Other liabilities.................. Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits  27,422.63 31,999.30 86.95 18,800.00 2,443.29  $  79,952.17  $  79,952.17   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  130  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  H O M E F IN A N C E C O M PA N Y, INC. EL DORADO, A R K A N S A S June 30, 1950 Officers  G. M. McDavid................................................................. ...President Julius Miller............... ......Secretary-Treasurer and Gen. Mgr. Assets  Liabilities  618,152.33 31,000.00 7,883.36 8,467.95 19,320.81  Notes payable.................... $ 290,000.00 Other liabilities................... 53,033.67 65,503.49 Reserves ............................... Capital .......................... 105,000.00 Surplus and undiv. profits 171,287.29  $ 684,824.45  684,824.45  Loans ..................................: Office Buildings................ Furniture and fixtures..... Other assets........................ Cash on hand and in bank  H O M E F IN A N C E S Y S T E M , IN C O R P O R A T E D H E L E N A , AR K A N SA S June 30, 1950 Officers  A. M. Coates........................................................................President Christine H. Coates............................................................ Secretary John R. Coates..................................................... General Manager Assets  Liabilities  Loans ......................... ........ $ Furniture and fixtures..... Other assets........................  75,405.90 1,167.35 20.00  $  76,593.25  Notes payable.................... $ Other liabilities.................. Reserves .............................. Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits  5,000.00 1,063.26 5,532.55 35,000.00 29,997.44 76,593.25  IN D U S T R IA L T H R I F T A N D LOAN C O M P A N Y CAMDEN, ARKANSAS June 30, 1950 Officers  L. M. Stern................... .............. Pres, and Gen. Mgr. and Treas. J. E. Gaughan.............................................................Vice-President C. D. Sanders.......................................................................Secretary Assets  Liabilities  Loans .................................. $ Other assets........................ Cash on hand and in bank  30,506.16 209.90 1,731.69  Notes payable.................... 3 Other liabilities.................. Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits  4,500.00 64.56 25,000.00 2,883.19  $  32,447.75  $  32,447.75   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  131  Thirty-sixth Report  C O N S O L ID A T E D S T A T E M E N T OF K L I N D W O R T H IN S U R A N C E AGENCY, INC. W E S T M E M P H IS , A R K A N S A S (BR A N C H O F F IC E — E AR LE, A R K A N S A S ) June 30, 1950 Officers  T. Curtis Foster...................................................................President Martin E. Klindworth................................Vice-Pres. & Gen. Mgr. Nadyne L. Klindworth................................... Secretary-Treasurer Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................! Furniture and fixtures..... Other assets........................ Cash on hand and in bank  83,513.36 2,687.85 4,648.75 10,434.71  Notes payable... Re-Discounts .... Other liabilities. Capital ............. .  29,504.97 63,126.41 253.29 8,400.00  $ 101,284.67  101,284.67  L E D G E R W O O D LOAN & I N V E S T M E N T C O M P A N Y H O T SPRINGS, A R KAN SAS June 30, 1950 Officers  Cecil H. Ledgerwood.......................................................Sole Owner Assets  Liabilities  Loans .................................. $ Cash on hand and in bank $  37,259.57 6,747.23  Investment certificates.....! Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits  44,006.80  11,266.39  20,000.00  12,740.41 44,006.80  L IB E R T Y LOAN A N D R E A L T Y CO M PAN Y L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N S A S June 30, 1950 Officers  J. W. Strawn.........................................................................President J. W. Strawn, Jr.................................... Vice-President Mrs. J. W. Strawn...................................... Secretary Assets  L ia b ilities  Loans ..................................$ Other assets........................ Cash on hand and in bank   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $  48,198.04 1,118.59 15,458.78  64,775.41  Notes payable.................... Jj Cther liabilities.................. Unearned income............... Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits  25,250.00 4,203.42 4,852.72 20,469.27  $  64,775,41  10, 000.00  132  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  LOGAN F IN A N C E C O RPO RA TIO N B L Y T H E V IL L E , ARKANSAS June 30, 1950 Officers  .............................. Pres. & Gen. Mgr. ............................. Secretary-Treasurer  Max Logan... E. M. Terry-  Liabilities  Assets  59,177.00 159.72 6,476.62  Loans ..................................! Other assets........................ Cash on hand and in bank $  Notes payable.................... : Other liabilities.................. Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits  33,600.00 2,400.14 25,000.00 4,813.20  65,813.34  65,813.34  JAM ES L. LUCAS CO R PO R A TIO N M A G N O L IA , A R K A N S A S June 30, 1950 Officers  James L. Lucas..................................................................... President Rebecca D. Norton..................................................... Vice-President Anna L. Lucas..................................................Secretary-Treasurer Liabilities  Assets  8,341.00 25,298.51 1,563.72 1,391.46 10,244.33  Loans ..................................! Real estate.......................... Furniture and fixtures..... Other assets........................ Cash on hand and in bank $  9,687.60 6,860.83 25,000.00 5,290.59  Notes payable.................... ! Other liabilities.................. Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits $  46,839.02  46,839.02  M A G N O L IA LOAN C O M P A N Y , INC. M A G N O L IA , A R K A N S A S June 30, 1950 Officers  C. R. Burnham..................................................................... President Bert A. May................................................................. Vice-President Mrs. C. R. Burnham........................................ Secretary-Treasurer Assets  Liabilities  Loans .................................. $ Other assets........................   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $  9,603.56 371.69 9,975.25  Other liabilities...................! Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits $  511.32  6,000.00  3,463.93 9,975.25  133  Thirty-sixth Report  M A I N L A N D MORTGAGE C O M P A N Y HO U ST O N , T E X A S L I T T L E ROCK. A R K A N SA S June 30, 1950 Officers  Jack W. Rowland................................................................ President S. R. Hunt........................... Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ 364,825.00 Furniture and fixtures..... 2,618.02 Other assets............................ 37,243.13 Cash on hand and in bank 20,599.68  Notes payable.................... $ 364,825.00 Other liabilities.................. 26,680.25 Capital ............... 25,000.00 Surplus and undiv. profits 8,780.24  $ 425,285.83  425,285.83  M A N H A T T A N C R E D IT C O M P A N Y L I T T L E ROCK, A R KAN SAS June 30, 1950 Officers  J. H. Mize............................................. George R. Dittrich............................. Gerald V. Hudgens........................... Assets  ........ President Vice-President ........Secretary Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ 990,373.61 Securities ............................ 97,655.00 Furniture and fixtures..... 3,595.70 Other assets........................ 9,926.96 Cash on hand and in bank 4,405.50  Investment certificates.. Notes payable................ Re-Discounts .................. Other liabilities.............. Unearned income.............. Reserves .............................. C apital.................................. Surplus and undiv. profits  $1,105,956.77  25,264.72 105,670.26 507,261.76 75,199.74 46,982.41 10,364.36 325,000.00 10,213.52 $1,105,956.77  P EERL ESS T H R I F T A N D LOAN C O M P A N Y M O R R IL T O N , A R K A N SA S June 30, 1950 Officers  Carroll W. Johnston and Pauline Johnston.................... Owners Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ Cash on hand and in bank  14,105.86 104.69  Notes payable.................... $ Reserves .............................. Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits  300.00 500.00 10,000.00 3,410.55  $  14,210.55  $  14,210.55   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  134  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  PEO PLES CO M PA N Y, INC. FORT S M ITH , ARKANSAS June 30, 1950 Officers  Mary C. Kelley.................................................................... President McLoud Sicard....................................Vice-President & Treasurer Virginia E. Powell...............................................................Secretary Assets  Liabilities  Loans ........................... ...... $ Cash on hand and in bank  25,553.12 8,008.77  $  33,561.89  Notes payable.....................: Other liabilities................... Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits $  3,000.00 1,624.19 25,000.00 3,937.70 33,561.89  T H E PEO PLES LOAN A N D I N V E S T M E N T C O M P A N Y HOPE, A R K A N S A S June 30, 1950 Officers  Fred O. Ellis......................................................................... President Frank J. Hill............................................................... Vice-President J. C. Hall............................................................................... Secretary Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ Furniture and fixtures..... Cash on hand and in bank  54,594.96 495.47 25.56  $  55,115.99  Notes payable.....................$ Other liabilities.................. Unearned income............... Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits  21 , 000.00  3,714.79 5,755.00 23,900.00 746.20 55,115.99  PEO P LE S LOAN & I N V E S T M E N T C O M P A N Y JONESBORO, A R K A N S A S June 30, 1950 Officers  Joe N. Martin............................................. President & Gen. Mgr. R. H. Moore................................................................Vice-President Julian James........................................................................ Secretary Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ Other assets........................ Cash on hand and in bank  13,567.25 151.87 186.19  Notes payable.....................3 Other liabilities.................. Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits  7,650.00 119.03 5,000.00 1,136.28  $  13,905.31  $  13,905.31   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  135  Thirty-sixth Report  PEO PLES LOAN & I N V E S T M E N T C O M PAN Y, INC. MT. IDA, A R KAN SAS June 30, 1950 Officers  L. L. Beavers..................................................... President Joe Brakefield.............................................................Vice-President Glenn Hickey.............. Vice-President John Beavers..................................................... Secretary-Treasurer M. M. Beavers....................................... Asst. Secretary-Treasurer Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ 100,893.60 Furniture and fixtures__ 1,676.92 Cash on hand and in bank 13,933.20  Notes payable.................. Other liabilities.................. Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits  77,000.00 125.00 32,500.00 6,878.72  $ 116,503.72  116,503.72  C O N S O L ID A T E D S T A T E M E N T OF R E P U B L IC MORTGAGE C O M PAN Y, INC. F OR T S M IT H , A R KAN SAS T E X A R K A N A , A R KAN SAS June 30, 1950 Officers  Geo. D. Carney................................................................... President C. Laughlin................................................. Vice-Pres. & Gen. Mgr. E. E. Bethell........................... .............................................Treasurer Assets  Liabilities  383,899.37 15,000.00 2,365.99 13,365.28 50,853.41  Notes payable.................... $ 412,810.00 Other liabilities.................. 24,714.34 Capital ................................ 25,300.00 Surplus and undiv. profits 2,659.71  $ 465,484.05  465,484. pf  Loans ..................................i Securities ............................ Furniture and fixtures..... Other assets........................ Cash on hand and in bank  SPA LOAN C O M PA N Y H O T SPRINGS, A R K A N S A S June 30, 1950 Officers  John G. Gibbs................................................... President Mary F. Gibbs............................................................. Vice-President Joe M. Lyon....................................................... Secretary-Treasurer Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ Other assets........................ Cash on hand and in bank  52,063.79 2,238.66 1,957.38  $  56,259.83   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Investment certificates. Notes payable............... Other liabilities.............. Unearned income.......... Capital ...........................  23,434.91 25,000.00 69.58 2,755.34 5,000.00 $  56,259.83  136  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  U N IO N I N D U S T R IA L LOAN C O R P O R A TIO N N O R T H L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N S A S June 30, 1950 Officers  Ben Winston........................................................................President Thos. H. Little..—............................................................... Secretary Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ Office building.................... Furniture and fixtures..... Other assets........................ Cash on hand and inbank  37,929.96 11,816.82 256.48 56.00 4,846.12  $  54,905.38  Investment certificates.....$ Notes payable..................... Other liabilities................... Reserves .............................. Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits  14,910.00 10,667.07 4,734.02 1,191.23 19,693.66 3,709.40 54,905.38  U N IO N I N V E S T M E N T CO., INC. EL DORADO, A R K A N S A S June 30, 1950 Officers  Clyde E. Byrd....................................................................... President Grady R. W oolley....................................................... Vice-President L. F. Brewer......................................................Secretary-Treasurer Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ 134,917.58 Office building.................... 3,585.42 Other assets........................ 520.00 Cash on hand and in bank 11,271.63  Notes payable.................... i Other liabilities.................. Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits  64,302.59 884.43 50,100.00 35,007.61 150,294.63  $ 150,294.63  U N IT E D LOAN A N D I N V E S T M E N T C O M P A N Y L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N S A S June 30, 1950 Officers  J. H. Cottrell, Jr.......................................President and Gen. Mgr. H. A. Emerson............................................................ Vice-President Ruth T. Cottrell...................................................................Secretary Assets  Liabilities  Loans .................................. $ 149,450.32 Furniture and fixtures..... 2,000.19 Other assets........................ 1,999.83 Cash on hand and in bank 4,361.32   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $ 157,811.66  Notes payable.................... $ Other liabilities................... Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits  85,722.57 688.93 63,000.00 8,400.16  $ 157,811.66  13 7  Thirty-sixth Report  U T L E Y A N D C O M PAN Y, INC. F A Y E T T E V I L L E , A R KAN SAS June 30, 1950 Officers  H. L. Utley.............................................President and Gen. Mgr. Reba K. Utley.............................................................Vice-President J. J. Pyeatt................................................... ...Secretary-Treasurer Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ 187,846.76 Furniture and fixtures..... 8,342.75 Other assets........................ 1,156.50 Cash on hand and in bank 56,747.51  Notes payable.................... $ 164,550.00 Other liabilities.................. 40,662.72 Capital ................................ 25,000.00 Surplus and undiv. profits 23,880.80  $ 254,093.52  $ 254,093.52  VAN BU REN LOAN B U REAU , INC. VAN BUREN, A R KAN SAS June 30, 1950 Officers  Mary C. Sims... W. A. Needham R. C. Helvie......  ..................................................President .........................................Vice-President ............................... Secretary-Treasurer (Inactive)  W E A V E R & C O M PAN Y, INC. L I T T L E ROCK, AR K A N SA S June 30, 1950 Officers  R. E. Weaver, Jr...................................Pres., Treas., & Gen. Mgr. C. S. Plowman............................................................Vice-President Eugenia S. W eaver.............................................................Secretary Assets  Liabilities  Loans .................................. $ 141,250.08 4,192.63 Other assets........................ Cash on hand and in bank 120,597.59  Notes payable.................... $ 103,900.00 Other liabilities.................. 50,447.95 Capital ................................ 50,000.00 Surplus and undiv. profits 61,692.35  $ 266,040.30  $ 266,040.30   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  138  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  E.  W A L D E N W I L L I A M S & C O M P A N Y , INC. FORT S M ITH , ARKANSAS June 30, 1950 Officers  E. Walden Williams........................................................... President Louise E. Williams....................................................Vice-President Josephine C. Boehmer........................................................Secretary Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ Other assets........................ Cash on hand and in bank  45,817.88 5,944.34 13,899.22  $  65,661.44   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Notes' payable.................... 3 Other liabilities.................. Capital ................................ Surplus and undiv. profits  5,095.43 20,961.83 25,000.00 14,604.18 $ 65,661.44  Thirty-sixth Report  139  C O M B IN E D S T A T E M E N T OF ASSETS AND L I A B I L I T IE S OF T W E N T Y T H R E E C R E D I T U N IO N S OF A R K A N SA S AS OF DE C E M B E R 31, 1949 Assets  Loans ...............................................................................................................$ 389,240.26 Bonds and Securities.................................................................................... 108,188.00 Furniture and Fixtures................................................................................ 391.15 Other Assets................................................................ 15,895.09 Cash on Hand and in Banks............ ......................................................... 85,637.85 TOTAL ASSETS.......................................................................... $ 599,352.35 Liabilities  Shares .............................................................................................................$ 552,655.51 Deposits ........................................................................................................... 3,670.09 Notes payable................................................................................................. 2,500.00 Other Liabilities.............................................................................................. 2,611.86 Guaranty Fund............................................................................................... 19,026.32 Undivided Profits.......................................................................................... 18,888.57 TOTAL LIABILITIES................................................................ $ 599,352.35 Approximate number of members 4,387   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  140  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  LION O IL CO -O P E R A T IV E SAVING S & C R E D I T AS S O C IA T IO N EL DORADO, A R K A N S A S December 31, 1949 Liabilities  Assets  Loans ..................................: Bonds and securities......... Cash on hand and in bank Other assets........................ Furniture and fixtures.....  56,618.50 39.980.00 24,574.76 15.893.00 361.64  Shares .................................. $ 128,457.25 Guaranty fund..................... 3,128.01 3,989.70 Undivided profits............... Other liabilities................... 1,852.94  $  137,427.90  $ 137,427.90  Approximate number of members 752  A R K A N S A S W E S T E R N E M P L O Y E E S ’ C R E D I T U N IO N F A Y E T T E V IL L E , ARKANSAS December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................! Bonds and securities......... Cash on hand and in bank  $  11,489.10 13,461.50 6,749.59  Shares .................................. $ Deposits .............................. Guaranty fund.................... Undivided profits............... Other liabilities...................  29,910.00 198.04 616.34 661.18 314.63  31,700.19  $  31,700.19  Approximate number of members 80  H O T SPRINGS F E D E R A L E M P L O Y E E S C R E D I T U N IO N H O T SPRINGS, A R K A N S A S December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans .................................. $ Cash on hand and in bank  13,145.36 1,698.56  Shares .................................. $ Guaranty fund.................... Undivided profits............... Other liabilities...................  14,444.10 114.77 280.85 4.20  $  14,843.92  $  14,843.92  Approximate number of members 159  A G R IC U L T U R A L E X T E N S IO N W O R K E R S C R E D IT U N IO N L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N S A S December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans .................................. $ Cash on hand and in bank  31,497.88 1,557.40  Shares .................................. $ Deposits .............................. Notes payable.................... Guaranty fund..................... Undivided profits...............  30,197.21 3.55 500.00 456.25 1,898.27  $  33,055.28  $  33,055.28   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Approximate number of members 176  141  Thirty-sixth Report  AIR T E C H N IC IA N 'S C R E D IT UN IO N L I T T L E ROCK, A R KAN SAS December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................I Cash on hand and in bank Other assets........................  905.00 409.16 2.09  Shares ..................................$ Notes payable....................  816.25 500.00  $  1,316.25  $  1,316.25  Approximate number of members 50  A R K A N S A S D E M O C R A T C R E D IT U N IO N L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N SA S December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................! Bonds and securities......... Cash on hand and in banks $  16,015.11 592.00 2,632.48  Shares ................... Guaranty fund...... Undivided profits.  17,286.15 1,155.92 797.52 19,239.59  19,239.59  Approximate number of members 77  A R K L A G A S C R E D IT UN IO N L I T T L E ROCK, AR KAN SAS December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans .................................. : Bonds and securities......... Cash on hand and in bank $  12,020.05 2,300.00 780.21  Shares .................. Guaranty fund..... Undivided profits  14,170.70 341.46 588.10 15,100.26  15,100.26  Approximate number of members 144  C A P IT O L C R E D IT UN IO N L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N SA S December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ Cash on hand and in bank  3,550.91 215.77  ?  3,766.68   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Shares .............................. Guaranty fund................. Undivided profits...........  Approxim ate number o f m em bers 85  3,694.53 47.50 24.65 3,766.68  142  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  D E P A R T M E N T OF LABOR C R E D I T U N IO N L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N S A S December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ Cash on hand and in bank  7,515.23 944.42  Shares .................................. $ Guaranty fund.................... Undivided profits...............  7,694.31 380.30 385.04  $  8,459.65  $  8,459.65  Shares .................................. $ Guaranty fund.................... Undivided profits...............  16,275.92 240.63 665.31  Approximate number of members 146  E N G IN E E R S C R E D IT U N IO N L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N S A S December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ Bonds and securities......... Cash on hand and in banks  12,374.15 2,000.00 2,807.71  $  17,181.86  17,181.86  Approximate number of members 178  F E D E R A T IO N C R E D IT U N IO N L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N S A S December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................! Bonds and securities......... Cash on hand and in bank  $  32,572.51 4,740.00 844.75  Shares ................... Deposits ............... Notes payable....... Guaranty fund...... Undivided profits  32,045.72 677.09 1,500.00 1,541.21 2,393.24  38,157.26  38,157.26  Approximate number of members 207  F R A N K E ’S C R E D IT U N IO N L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N S A S December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans .................................. $ Cash on hand and in bank  1,311.98 2,004.88  $  3,316.86   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  2,687.29 399.66 229.91  Shares .............................. Guaranty fund................. Undivided profits...........  Approximate number of members 90  $  3,316.86  143  Thirty-sixth Report  G A Z E T T E E M P L O Y E E S ’ C R E D IT UN IO N L I T T L E ROCK, AR K A N SA S • Assets  December 31, 1949 Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ Bonds and securities......... Cash on hand and in bank  5,630.26 3,200.00 5,564.06  $  14,394.32  Shares .............................. Guaranty fund................ Undivided profits  13,669.41 479.12 245.79 14,394.32  Approximate number of members 71  K E M B A L I T T L E ROCK C R E D IT UN IO N L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N SA S December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ Bonds and securities......... Cash on hand and in bank  34,515.08 20,720.00 17,206.58  $  72,441.66  Shares .............................. Guaranty fund................. Undivided profits  69,089.79 1,924.06 1,427.81 72,441.66  Approximate number of members 251  L IT T L E  ROCK M U N IC IP A L W A T E R W O R K S C R E D IT UN IO N L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N SA S  EMPLOYEES  December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................! Bonds and securities......... Cash on hand and in bank  $  2,052.73 1,000.00 2,201.32  Shares ..................................$ Deposits ............................... Guaranty fund.................... Undivided profits.................. Other liabilities..................  5,254.05  2,630.75 2,147.45 159.11 209.95 106.79 5,254.05  Approximate number of members 52  L I T T L E ROCK PO STAL C R E D IT UN IO N L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N SA S December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans .................................. $ Bonds and securities......... Cash on hand and in bank  47,049.28 4,323.00 2,964.99  $  54,337.27   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Shares .............................. Guaranty fund................. Undivided profits  Approxim ate number o f m em bers 305  47,240.63 4,573.53 2,523.11 54,337.27  144  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  S O U T H W E S T H O T E L S C R E D I T A SSO CIAT IO N L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N S A S December 31, 1949 Assets  Loans ..................................$ Cash on hand and in bank  19,220.98 2,088.74  $  21,309.72  * Liabilities  Shares .................................. $ Guaranty fund.................... Undivided profits.............. Other liabilities...................  20,321.28 300.00 355.14 333.30 21,309.72  Approximate number of members 368  S T A T E C E N T R A L C R E D I T U N IO N L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N S A S December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ Cash on hand and in bank  4,025.71 514.15  Shares .................................. $ Guaranty fund.................... Undivided profits...............  4,273.61 68.44 197.81  $  4,539.86  $  4,539.86  Approximate number of members 52  V E T E R A N S A D M IN IS T R A T I O N E M P L O Y E E S C R E D I T U N IO N L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N S A S December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..... .............................$ Bonds and securities......... Cash on hand and in bank Furniture and fixtures.....  20,974.94 3,500.00 5,064.86 27.51  Shares ................................ -$ Deposits ............................ Guaranty fund................... Undivided profits.............  27,047.40 7.29 886.42 1,626.20  $  29,567.31  $  29,567.31  Approximate number of members 323  F E D E R A T E D SHO P C R A F TS C R E D I T U N IO N N O R T H L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N S A S December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..... ............................ $ Bonds and securities......... Furniture and fixtures..... Cash on hand and in bank  14,237.23 1,100.00 1.00 606.50  $  15,944.73   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Shares ................................ Deposits ............................ Guaranty fund.................. Undivided profits.............  Approxim ate num ber o f m em bers 227  14,907.04 636.67 396.43 4.59 $  15,944.73  ,145  Thirty-sixth Report  T H E F O R T ROOTS C R E D IT UN IO N N O R T H L I T T L E ROCK, AR K A N SA S December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans .................................. $ Bonds and securities......... Cash on hand and in hank  34,649.39 10,471.50 3,729.97  $  48,850.86  Shares .............................. Guaranty fund................. Undivided profits.  48,186.22 622.27 42.37 48,850.86  Approximate number of members 338  NORTH  L I T T L E ROCK-MISSOURl PA C IF IC C R E D I T UN IO N N O R T H L I T T L E ROCK, A R K A N SA S December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans .................................. ! Bonds and securities......... Furniture and fixtures..... Cash on hand and in bank  6,321.38 800.00 1.00 439.45  $  6,056.31 1,180.81 324.71  Shares ................... Guaranty fund...... Undivided profits  7,561.83  7,561.83  Approximate number of members 218  M ISSO U R I-PA C IF IC -PA R A G O U L D C R E D IT PARAGOULD, A R K A N SA S  UN IO N  December 31, 1949 Assets  Liabilities  Loans ..................................$ Cash on hand and in bank   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $  1,547.50 37.54  Shares ................................... $ Guaranty fund.................... Undivided profits..............  1,553.64 14.08 17.32  1,585.04  $  1,585.04  Approximate number of members 38  146  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  Q U A L I F I E D STOCK E X C H A N G E S  Securities listed on the following Stock Exchanges may be exempt and such securities so listed may be sold within the State of Arkansas by an applicant company filing the name of the company, its address, the amount of securities sought to be sold in Arkansas, and paying the fee required by law.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Chicago Board of Trade Chicago Stock Exchange New York Curb Exchange New York Produce Exchange New York Stock Exchange  147  Thirty-sixth Report  D E A L E R S A U T H O R IZ E D TO S E L L Q U A L I F I E D OR E X E M P T S E C U R IT IE S IN A R K A N S A S AS OF JU N E 30, 1950  Walter R. Bass Company.....................................  ....Little Rock, Arkansas  Lewis W. Cherry Company.................................  .. .Little Rock, Arkansas  Dyke Associates, Incorporated...........................  ...Little Rock, Arkansas  Equipment Finance Corporation......................  ............. Chicago, Illinois  Equitable Securities Corporation......................  ....Nashville, Tennessee  Hamilton Management Corporation................  ........... Denver, Colorado  Hill, Crawford & Lanford, Incorporated..........  ....Little Rock, Arkansas  Investors Diversified Services. Incorporated.  Minneapolis, Minnesota  Paul B. Jones & Company...................................  ....Little Rock, Arkansas  Roy M. Kemp, Investments.............. .......... .......  ....Little Rock, Arkansas  Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane..........  ....New York, New York  King Merritt & Company, Incorporated..........  . ..New York, New York  Charles L. Moruzzi..............................................  .................. Dallas, Texas  R. B. Nunnery & Company................. ...............  ... Little Rock, Arkansas  T.  J. Raney & Sons...........................................  ...Little Rock, Arkansas  Salomon Brothers & Hutzler.............................  .. .New York, New York  Scudder Fund Distributors, Incorporated.....  ..Boston, Massachusetts  Shields & Company..............................................  ....New York, New York  Southern Securities Corporation.......................  ....Little Rock, Arkansas  W. R. Stephens, Investments.............................  ...Little Rock, Arkansas  Dabbs Sullivan Company.....................................  ....Little Rock, Arkansas  E. L. Villareal & Company.................................  ....Little Rock, Arkansas  Waddell & Reed, Incorporated..........................  ...Kansas City, Missouri  Walton & Company, Incorporated............ ........  . ..Little Rock, Arkansas  J. M. White d /b /a White & Company.............  .........St. Louis, Missouri  Mallory Williams & Company.............. .............  ...Little Rock, Arkansas  W omeldorff & Lindsey.......................................  ...Little Rock, Arkansas   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  148  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  C O M B IN E D O P E R A T IN G S T A T E M E N T S OF ONE H U N D R E D S E V E N T Y ONE B U R IA L A SSO C IA T IO N S FOR T H E T W E L V E M O N T H PE R IO D E N D IN G D E C E M B E R 31, 1949  Balance December 31, 1948.........................................................................$2,039,333.00 Receipt from January 1, 1949 to December 31, 1949............................ 2,851,733.00 $4,891,066.00 Less: Benefits Paid from January 1, 1949 to December 31, 1949............................................. $2,324,675.00 Operating Expenses..................................................... 354,819.72 $2,679,494.72 Balance for payment of Benefits December 31, 1949.......................... $2,211,571.28 Number of Benefits Rendered 11,710 Approximate number of Members 1,630,628   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Thirty-sixth Report  149  B U R IA L A SSO C IA T IO N S A U T H O R IZ E D TO S E L L M E M B E R S H IP C E R T I F IC A T E S IN T H E S T A T E OF A R K A N S A S AS OF JU N E 30, 1950  Name of Association Address Secretary-Treasurer Andrews Burial Association................. El Dorado............. I. Andrews Angelo Burial Association..................... Cotton Plant........ Mrs. Chas. Angelo Arkansas Burial Society, Inc............... Fort Smith......... ..Mrs. Helen R. Stackable Arkansas State Burial Association....Rison......................Mrs. Ruth M. Buie Ashby Burial Association..................... Benton................... Guinevere Hawkins Ashley County Burial Association......Hamburg........ ....... Murphy Jones Bailey Burial Association............... ...... Cabot.................... G. Harold Todd T. E. Barton Burial Association..........El Dorado............. Glendel Cloud Baxter County Burial Association.......Mountain Home...Denver Roller Beasley-Wood Burial Society............... Mena.......... ............ Berta Beasley Benevolent Burial Association............. Hamburg............... Flora M. Thompson Boone County Burial Association........Harrison................L. C. Holt Branscumb Burial Association........... Brinkley................ Ruth S. Branscumb Brickell Burial Association................... Marvell.................. Pauline Brickell Briggs Burial Association..................... Judsonia.......... ...... James L. Kinney Brown-Midkiff Burial Association........Clarendon.............. Alf Brown Bryan Burial Association..................... Hoxie..................... .W. C. Bryan Burns Burial Association..................... Bentonville........... Jessie Parker Burns Campbell Burial Association............... Hot Springs......... George Armstrong Carroll County Burial Association......Berryville..............Pauline L. Nelson Leland Carter Burial Association.......Mammoth SpringDeland Carter Caruth Burial Association..................... Hot Springs......... Jack Caruth Caskey Burial Association................... Des A rc.................Lemuel C. Felts Catron-Gay Burial Association........... Eudora...................Gail K. Gay Cave City Burial Association............. Cave City..............Silam McGee Cecil Burial Association....................... Batesville..............Dr. Walter W. CecT Charleston Benevolent Burial Ass’n..Charleston............ Maymie Rainwater Chicot County Burial Association..... Eudora...................I. J. Pride Christeson Burial Association............. Harrison...... .......... A. C. Christenson Christian Burial Association............... Eudora...................G. Watts Church Burial Association................... Dermo'tt.................Conneliaus Davis Citizens Burial Association................. Warren.................. James R. Johnson Citizens Burial Association................. W est Memphis..... Lucy Ruth Johnson Clay Burial Association.........................Forrest City......... J. O. Clay Cobb Funeral Home Burial Society... Blytheville............ W. H. Stovell Collison Burial Association................. Bald Knob............ W. E. Forbes Columbia County Burial Association..Magnolia.............. Fred Lewis Community Burial Association........... Helena................... Peter Badger Daniel Burial Association.....................Searcy....................Elvis Daniel Desha & Chicot County Burial Ass’n....McGehee............... Harold B. Dyer Dixie Funeral Association.....................McGehee............... Mrs. L. L. Joiles Dixie Burial Association.......................Marianna...............Jeurelle T. Williams T. T. Doolin Burial Association......... Conway..................T. T. Doolin Downey Burial Society.........................Dermott................. E. Q. Downey Drew County Burial Association.........Monticello............. Hattie E. Henderson Drummond Burial Association............. Little Rock...........B. T. Hoff Dupwe Burial Association.....................Jonesboro..............D. Raymond Dupwe Durham Burial Association.................Wynne................... H. Carroll Durham East Funeral Burial Assurance Co.... Texarkana.............C. H. Malone Ewards Burial Association...................Fort Smith........... Delmar D. Edwards A. J. Emerson Burial Association..... Paragould..............A. J. Emerson Fitzhugh Burial Association.................W ynne................... A. O. Fitzhugh Flowers Burial Association.................Marianna...............F. C. Flowers Fordyce Burial Association.................Fordyce................. Carlton Mays  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  150  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  Franklin County Burial Association ...S zark.................... Nathan Smith Frazer’s Burial Association.................. Warren..................Elbert Frazer Friendly Burial Association..................Helena........ ........... Leroy Stephens Friendly Burial Association..................Newhardt.............. Solon Anthony Friendship Burial Association.............. Ashdown................I. M. Phillips Grand Prairie Burial Association...... DeWitt................... Don W. Essex Great Protective Burial Association....Pine Bluff.............Vester Miller Great Southern Protective Bur. Ass’n..Arkadelphia..........Clinton Harris Gregg Burial Association......................Jonesboro.............. Jesse B. Gregg Griffin Burial Association.................. ....Harrisburg......... ...Marvin M. Griffin Griffin-Leggett Burial Society..............Little R ock........... Paul Y. Griffin Hammons Burial Association..............Warren.................. G. W. Hammons Haralson Burial Association................Augusta................. Herbert R. Holmes Harris Burial Association...................... Hot Springs......... Leon Harris, Jr. Healey & Roth Burial Ass’n, Inc....... Little Rock........... S. R. Sims Verlyn L. Heath Burial Association....Paragould.............Verlyn L. Heath Herndon-Cornelius Burial Association .Hope......................T. S. Cornelius Hicks Burial Association........................Hope.......................C. W. Hicks Holt Burial Association..........................Blytheville............ E. M. Holt Horne Burial Association......................Blytheville.............Cecil V. Horne Hot Spring County Burial Association. Malvern................ Mrs. F. D. Cooper Howard Burial Association....................Leachville.-............H. H. Howard Howard County Burial Association.... Nashville............... M. A. Floyd Hubble Burial Society............................ North Little RoclS. E. Hubble W. H. Irby Burial Association............ Rector.................... W. H. Irby James Burial Association......................Searcy................... Robert H. James Johnson Burial Association..................Walnut Ridge...... Boh Higginbotham Jones Burial Association......................Texarkana.............Lena P. Jones Jonesboro Burial Association..............Jonesboro..............W. T. Emerson Keeshan-Lambert Burial Association..Helena................. L. P. Keeshan Kelley Burial Association......................Mt. Ida...................Phillip Kelley Kernodle Burial Association................Wynne................... W. C. Kernodle Kilpatrick Christian Burial Ass’n.......Farmersville La...E. N. Kilpatrick Frank Leach Burial Association.......... Newport.................Frank Leac.h Lemley Burial Association....................Atkins.....................O. R. Lemley Landess Burial Association..................St. Francis............Christina M. Landess Lepanto Burial Association..................Lepanto................. J. E. Murphy, Sr. Liberty Burial Association....................Newport.................J. E. Tolerson, Sr. Luginbuel Burial Association.............. Lincoln.................. Edna Luginbuel McConnell Burial Association..............Hartford................ B. A. McConnell McNabb Burial Association................ Pocahontas........... Mrs. H. G. McNabb Malvern Burial Association................ Malvern................. T. Y. B. Graham Marion County Burial Association.... Yellville................. H. A. Burnes Marked Tree Burial Association........ Marked Tree........ B. F. Williams Mayhan-Boultinghouse Bur. Ass’n...... Newark.................. Clyde Boultinghouse Mid-South Burial Association.............. Marianna............... Winnie Kennedy Mineral Springs Burial Association....Mineral Springs...Ed Bridgeman Randall L. Mitchell Burial Ass’n........ Paragould.............. Randall L. Mitchell Monarch Burial Association................ Wynne....................Helen J. Hughes Montague Burial Association................ West Memphis.... Helen Montague Moore’s Burial Association................ Fayetteville.......... Jane B. Roberts Morgans Burial Society........................Stuttgart................Frances Morgans Murry Burial Association......................Arkadelphia.......... ,E. H. Murry Mutual Burial Society, Inc...................Blytheville............ Pearl Caston National Burial Association..................W est Memphis.... P. M. Dacus Nelson-Savage Burial Association...... Fayetteville.......... B. R. Nelson New Home Burial Association............ Newport.................Ottie Dillinger North Arkansas Burial Association.... Marshall................ Russell Sisco Ccker Burial Association......................Van Buren............Ocker Howell R. W. Olmstead Burial Association....Heber Springs..... R. W. Olmstead Olympic Burial Association..................Pine Bluff............. H. T. Perry  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Thirty-sixth Report  151  Ouachita County Burial Association....Camden............. :..R. T. Lockett Cur Burial Association............... .......... Fort Smith...........Henry Peques Ozark Burial Association......................Siloam Springs.... Margaret Wasson Page Burial Association........................ Hot Springs..........T. R. Page Pence Burial Association......................Conway................. Sarah Lynn Pence Peoples Benevolent Prote five Ass’n..Paris...................... L. B. Cox Peoples Burial Association.................... West Helena...... Frank Ella Jordan Peoples Burial Society..........................Augusta.................Will Raspberry Peoples Consolidated Burial Ass’n.....Piggott..................Lloyd Russell Peoples Consolidated Burial Association of Western Clay............ Corning................. Charles R. Black Poinsett Burial Association................ Trumann.............. Paul Thompson, Jr. Polk County Burial Association.......... Mena..................... R. P. Geyer Pratt Burial Association........................Junction City...... J. Nolan Pratt Prescott Burial Association.................. Prescott................ J. D. Cornish ( Progressive Burial Association............ Pine Bluff............ .U. S. Brown Putman Funeral Association................ Fort Smith...........Mrs. J. G. Putman, Sr. Pyeatt’s Burial Association, Inc......... Siloam Springs....W. O. Burns Raney Burial Association......................McCrory................R. B. Wilson Frank Reid Burial Association............ Morrilton............. Robert D. Harris H. E. Rice Company Burial Society....Waldron........ ....... E. C. Rice Richardson Burial Association............ Texarkana............Emma Richardson Jones W. A. Rowell Burial Society................ Fort Smith...........Vivian Rowell Ruebel Burial Association.................... Little Rock..........H. E. Greenfield Rumph Burial Association....................El Dorado.............Mrs. C. B. Rumph Russell Burial Association....................Corning............. .... Leslie D. Russell Safe-Way Burial Association................ Newport................Burble C. Warren Scott-Sebastian Burial Association.... Mansfield..............Joe J. Martin Searcy County Burial Association...... Marshall............... Leonard Coffman Shinn & Son Burial Association.......... Russellville...........Fern M. Shinn Sims & Walton Burial Association.... Benton...................Ralph W. Walton Smith Burial Association......................Lewisville.............A. 0. Smith Smith Burial Association......................Stamps................... A. O. Smith South Arkansas Burial AssociatJon.... Magnolia...............W. R. Marks South Burial Association......................Pine Bluff............ S. E. South Southwestern Burial Association........ Hot Springs.........George H. Brenner Stephenson Burial Association............ Monticello............ R. E. Stephenson Stevens Burial Association....................Forrest City........ W. E. Stevens Swift Funeral Home Burial Society....Osceola................. Lelah B. Coble Texarkana Protective Association...... Texarkana............Howard Fuqua Fred A. Thompson Funeral Service Agreement ............................ ...............Paragould............ Fred A. Thompson Tri-County Burial Association.............. Imboden................Mrs. C. Higginbotham Tri-County Burial Club..........................Jonesboro............. E. J. Turner Tri-County Burial Club of Newport.... Newport................. Alvis W. Jackson United Burial Association....................Conway................. H. M. McNutt United Friends Burial Society............ Little Rock.......... C. D. Pettaway Wallian-Mowery Burial Association....Piggott.............. ...O. L. Mowery Watson Burial Association.................... Fayetteville.........Edmond P. Watson Westbrook Burial Association............. Glenwood.............. Marlin C. Davis C. B. Westbrook Burial Association....Hazen.................C. B. Westbrook W. L. Westbrook Burial Association....Beebe................... B. W. Linder White River Burial Association.......... Batesville...............A. L. Crouch Wilkerson Burial Association..............De Queen............. Fred Wilkerson Williams Burial Association................Camden.................B. F. Williams Wilson Burial Association......................England................. Harold Todd Wylie Burial Association...................... Brinkley................ Davis Wylie Yell County Burial Association............ Dardanelle............Mrs. Lloyd Cornwell   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
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