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TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE  BANK COMMISSIONER OF ARKANSAS  THOMAS W . LEGGETT State Bank Commissioner  L  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE  BANK COMMISSIONER OF THE  STATE OF ARKANSAS  FOR THE YE AR ENDING JUNE 30, 1943   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  THOMAS W. LEGGETT St&te Bank Commissioner   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  STATE OF ARKANSAS OFFICE OF STATE BANK DEPARTMENT  LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 To His Excellency, Homer M. Adkins, Governor of Arkansas: Complying with the provisions of Section 704 of Pope’s Digest, I have the honor to submit herewith the TwentyNinth Annual Report of the State Bank Commissioner of Arkansas for the year beginning July 1, 1942, and ending June 30, 1943. The report covers the condition of the State banks and trust companies, state building and loan associ­ ations, industrial banks, credit unions, a combined state­ ment of the burial associations of Arkansas and a compiled list, together with other factual data. The total assets of State banks aggregate $204,492,580.95, representing an increase of $61,781,924.00 since June 30, 1942, or 44 per cent. The total loans carried by State banks you will note are about the same level as a year ago. The banks appear to be adequately able and willing to care for the industrial and agricultural credit needs of the State. The substantial contribution State banks are making to the war effort is evidenced by an overall investment in government bonds and other securi­ ties of $83,733,724.16, constituting 41 per cent investment in its asset position which reflects an increase in government bond holdings of nearly $50,000,000.00 since June 30, 1942. The State banks have also invested substantially in our own Arkansas State bonds. Conforming with your leadership, this Department is endeavoring to serve constructively and efficiently the State banks of Arkansas and its citizens. I want to take this op­ portunity of extending my very kind appreciation for your courtesy and cooperation. I wish also to extend my kind thanks to the members of the Arkansas General Assembly for their cooperation and for the consideration accorded legislation and other mat­ ters pertaining to this Department at the 1943 session, and my thanks to the State Banking Board and the Arkansas Bankers Association for their counsel and cooperation.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Respectfully submitted, THOMAS W. LEGGETT, State Bank Commissioner.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  TABLE OF CONTENTS  Page Departmental R o s te r__________________________________________________  7  Commissioners of State BankDepartment_______________________________  8  Receipts and Disbursements___________________________________________  8  Comparative Abstract showing condition of State Banks and Trust Com­ panies as of June 30, 1943 and June 30, 1942________________________  9  Comparative Abstract showing condition of State and National Banks as of June 30, for the years 1943-1939_____________________________  10  Comparative statement of condition of State Banks and Trust Com­ panies for the past Thirty Years__________________________________  11  Consolidated report of Earnings and Dividends of State Banks and Trust Companies for the Twelve months period during December 31, 1942__  12  Banking Facilities by Counties including State and National Banks, Tell­ er’s Windows and Cooperative Exchanges________________________ 13-14 National Banks listed by Counties______________________________________  15  Members of Federal Reserve System___________________________________  16  Commercial Banks Non-Members of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation  16  Trust Companies not engaged in Commercial Banking and Non-Members of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation__________________________  16  State Banks operating Teller’s Windows________________________________  16  National Banks operating Teller’s Windows____________________________  17  New Banks Chartered__________________________________________________  17  Amendments Altering Capital Structure________________________________  17  Amendments changing number of Directors_____________________________  17  Amendments changing Corporate Title and Location____________________  17  Banks establishing Teller’s Windows___________________________________  18  Banks discontinuing Teller’s Windows___________________________________  18  State Banks converted into National Banks_____________________________  18  State Banks absorbed by National Banks_______________________________  18  Banks Voluntarily Liquidating_________________________________________  18  Banks Voluntarily Liquidated__________________________________________  18  Banks retiring Preferred Stock_________________________________________  18  Liquidations Completed_______________________________________________  18  Liquidations Completed—Final Order not entered_______________________  19  Banks in Liquidation__________________________________________________  19  Individual statement of Banks in Liquidation__________________________ 19-20 Individual statement of condition of all State Banks and Trust Com­ panies as of June 30, 1943________________________________________ 21-101   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  6  BUILDING AND LOAN AND SECURITIES DIVISION Page Combined and individual statement of conditon of Building and Loan Associations as of December 31, 1942____________________________105-111 Combined and individual statement of condition of Building and Loan Associations in voluntary liquidation as of December 31, 1942____ 112-115 Combined and individual statement of condition of Industrial Banks as of June 30, 1943________________________________________________ 117-122 Combined and individual statement of condition of Industrial Loan In­ stitutions operating under Act 111 of 1941 as of June 30, 1943____ 123-125 Combined and individual statement of condition of Credit Unions as of December 31, 1942_______________________ 126-133 Qualified Stock Exchanges as of June 30, 1943__________________________134 Dealers authorized to sell qualified or exempt Securities as of June 30, 1943 ___________________________________________________________ 135 Issuing Companies authorized to sell Securities as of June 30, 1943___ 136-138 Combined operating statement of Burial Associations for Twelve months period ending June 30, 1943________________________________________ 139 Burial Association authorized to sell membership certificates as of June 30, 1943 ________________________________________________________ 140-142 Combined and individual statement of condition of Cooperative Ex­ changes as of June 30, 1943____________________________________ 143-148   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  DEPARTMENTAL ROSTER Thomas W. Leggett_________ State Bank Commissioner Theo P. Carson_____________ Assistant Bank Commissioner John L. Carter_____________ Assistant Bank Commissioner in charge Building and Loan and Securities Division BANK EXAMINERS A. M. Hayes F. C. Rayburn  Albert Sims J. A. Welty  BUILDING AND LOAN AND SECURITIES EXAMINERS Robert E. Catlett A. H. Hughes SECRETARY TO BANK COMMISSIONER Grace M. Tierney CLERKS AND STENOGRAPHERS Vivian Martin Sue Moore  Nora S. Powers Ruth Tunnell  STATE BANKING BOARD B. A. Lynch, Chairman__ ,___________________Blytheville Howard E a s t ________________________________Camden Louis E. Hurley_____________________________ El Dorado A. N. Ragon_________________________________ Clarksville Z. T. W ood__________________________________ Little Rock   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  7  8  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  COMMISSIONERS OF STATE BANK DEPARTMENT STATE OF ARKANSAS No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9  Name Date of appointment Date service ended John M. Davis__________ March 6,1913_____________ October 3,1918 A. J. Reap______________October 3,1918____________ March 22,1919 W. T. Maxwell----------------March 22,1919-------------------September 1,1921 Charles McKee_________ September 1,1921_________ July 28,1925 Loid Rainwater_________ July 28,1925----------------------February 8,1927 Walter E. Taylor_______ February 8,1927__________ -January 10,1933 Marion Wasson_________ January 10,1933__________ January 12,1937 Grover S. Jernigan______January 12,1937---------------- January 14,1941 Thomas W. Leggett_____ January 14,1941---------------RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS  The following is a statement showing the receipts and disbursements of the State Bank Department from July 1, 1942, to June 30, 1943: RECEIPTS Cash Balance with State Treasurer July 1, 1942------------------------------- $22,369.60 Examination and Assessment fees Bank Department___ $36,512.75 Charter and Amendment fees Bank Department_________ 510.00 Miscellaneous fees Bank Department__________________ .20 Examination and Assessment fees Building and Loan Division__________________________________________ 1,333.32 Miscellaneous fees Building and Loan Division__________ 21.60 Miscellaneous fees Securities Division__________________ 8,343.73 TOTAL RECEIPTS _____________________________________________ $46,721.60 $69,091.20 DISBURSEMENTS Salary of Bank Commissioner_________________________ $ Salary of Assistant Bank Commissioner________________ Salary of Assistant Commissioner Securities Division___ Salary of Chief Examiner______________________________ Salaries of Bank Examiners____________________________ Salaries of Assistant Bank Examiners_________________ Salaries of Office Force----------------------------------------------Travel Expense_______________________________________ Maintenance _________________________________________ Audit Expense to State Comptroller____________________  5,000.00 4,200.00 3,600.00 3,300.00 9,000.00 6,600.00 5,750.00 4,896.48 4,460.55 1,000.00  TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS______________________________________ $47,818.03 Cash Balance with State Treasurer June 30, 1943__________________ 21,273.17   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $69,091.20  TOTAL RESOURCES  $204,492,580.95  Demand deposits------------Savings and time deposits. War loan deposits----------Public funds------------------Deposits of banks------------  $132,038,690.88 20,443,928.40 7,434,200.84 19,114,178.46 11,122,517.17  TOTAL DEPOSITS Borrowed money___ Other liabilities____  $190,153,515.75 $ 83,746.14 $ 350,825.12  Capital stock____ Surplus-------------Undivided profits. Reserves------------  $ 7,003,500.00 3,763,250.00 2,296,634.58 841,109.36  TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS_______  $ 13,904,493.94  13,316,645.08  587,848.86 (net) $  TOTAL LIABILITIES.  $204,492,580.95  $142,710,656.95  $ 61,781,924.00 (net) $   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $142,710,656.95  61,781,924.00 (net) $  LIABILITIES 83,974,746.67 $ 48,063,944.21 19,921,695.53 522,232.87 7,434,200.84 15,462,330.34 3,651,848.12 9,617,088.46 1,505,428.71  $  $128,975,861.00 $ 61,177,654.75 $ 56,746.14 $ 27,000.00 $ 361,404.73 $ --------------CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 7,118,000.00 $___. 3,416,166.50 347,083.50 2,058,187.69 238,446.89 724,290.89 116,818.47  10,579.61 114,500.00  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  COMPARATIVE ABSTRACT SHOWING THE CONDITION OF STATE BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES OF ARKANSAS AS OF JUNE 30, 1943 AND JUNE 30, 1942_______________________________ June 30,1943 June 30,1942 Increase Decrease Number of Banks Reporting_______________________ 161______________ 166______________________________ __________ 5 RESOURCES $ 169,216.37 $ 30,666,555.97 $ ____________ Loans and discounts____________________ $ 30,497,339.60 19,969.06 16,506.96 ____________ Overdrafts_____________________________ 36,476.02 21,423,798.50 49,828,949.47 ____________ U. S. Government obligations___________ 71,252,747.97 12,661,521.92 180,545.73 Other bonds and securities--------------------12,480,976.19 1,262,882.42 97,016.25 Banking house, furniture and fixtures----1,165,866.17 239,347.20 113,668.13 Other real estate_______________________ 125,679.07 ____________ 463,566.23 45,320.34 Other resources________________________ 508,886.57 75,973,015.65 12,451,593.71 ____________ Cash and due from banks_______________ 88,424,609.36  o  COMPARATIVE ABSTRACT SHOWING CONDITION OF STATE NATIONAL BANKS OF ARKANSAS AS OF JUNE 30, FOR THE YEARS 1943-1939 219 1940  216 1939  RESOURCES $ 71,276,000 30.124.000 36.661.000 112,616,000 3,144,000 751.000 698.000  $ 67,534,000 23.053.000 31.972.000 90.470.000 3.230.000 1.094.000 594,000  $ 74,677,000 21.500.000 28.962.000 72.067.000 3.269.000 1.656.000 612,000  $331,287,000  $255,270,000  $217,947,000  $202,743,000  $ 13,387,000 9,511,000 6,924,000 436,115,000 911,000  $ 13,430,000 8.702.000 6.145.000 302,150,000 860,000  LIABILITIES $ 13,363,000 7.752.000 6.171.000 227,181,000 803,000  $ 13,618,000 7.022.000 5.636.000 190,909,000 762,000  $ 13,651,000 6.107.000 5.630.000 176,548,000 807,000  $466,848,000  $331,287,000  $255,270,000  $217,947,000  $202,743,000  212 1943  216 1942  Loans and discounts— ------U. S. Government obligations— - ■ Other bonds and securities _ Cash and due from banks . . Banking house, furniture and fixturesOther real estate owned _ _ _ -. . Other resources . --  $ 63,004,000 180,423,000 34,150,000 185,170,000 2,938,000 • 365,000 798,000  $ 66,298,000 65.395.000 35.492.000 159,773,000 3,066,000 536.000 727.000  TOTAL RESOURCES_________  $466,848,000  Capital--------------- — Surplus--------------- - - Undivided profits and reserves - . Deposits_______________ - ------Other liabilities--------------- ----------- -. TOTAL LIABILITIES _____________   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  216 1941  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  Number of Banks  COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF STATE BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES FOR PAST THIRTY YEARS Date   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  417 397 387 389 389 386 404 406 402 403 397 396 394 376 358 347 329 265 223 202 189 180 178 176 171 167 169 166 166 161  Deposits  Loans and Discounts  Borrowed Money  $ 44,904,200 $ 49,163,800 !$ 5,101,100 3,778,300 43,583,600 39,523,900 2,088,200 45,877,800 50,107,100 3,023,300 56,871,400 72,480,300 7,823,100 78,279,700 90,194,100 14,338,600 93,519,700 109,447,800 29,775,800 133,256,200 129,669,700 27,416,000 113,064,400 104,393,600 14,857,200 101,031,600 106,276,400 9,639,800 109,443,400 128,580,700 14,237,400 114,950,900 123,365,300 13,403,100 117,669,200 136,552,900 13,078,300 123,464,400 142,107,300 8,011,600 112,051,800 134,788,700 109,167,900 7,120,500 135,849,800 8,333,200 109,438,700 137,636,800 111,542,200 12,018,900 131,936,800 3,356,600 92,097,800 67,063,800 7,676,700 62,043,400 ■46,374,800 6,798,200 47,335,000 29,925,600 3,515,800 41,756,400 23,434,300 320,500 25,039,400 50,646,500 148,300 22,088,500 59,441,000 233,500 24,965,600 66,036,600 88,100 29,138,400 66,771,000 206,100 36,443,100 73,397,300 72,300 32,496,900 79,079,100 75,100 33,420,100 94,733,000 56,700 30,666,600 128,975,900 83,700 30,497,300 190,153,500  Cash  U. S. Gov’t Bonds  Capital Structure  Total Resources  $ 13,081,400 $ 1,000 :$ 19,409,200 $ 69,636,900 62,625,500 19,183,300 7,000 12,183,300 70,989,100 18,721,700 2,000 17,153,300 94,005,800 19,724,300 1,029,600 26,167,800 118,318,000 20,898,400 7,832,500 23,321,400 145,181,000 21,441,000 12,295,800 30,106,900 184,146,700 24,582,100 9,830,300 30,754,800 157,210,300 25,474,800 6,658,000 25,680,400 145,697,700 25,270,900 3,558,000 27,074,700 162.928.400 25,842,200 6,626,900 34,083,000 161,946.800 25,770,300 3,604,000 28,651,300 171,348,400 25,186,900 4,720,100 34,129,800 179,174,100 25,374,100 4,401,600 35,902.800 167.369,800 24,424,800 4,426,700 35,390,100 167,013.100 23,434,400 6,048,500 33,484,400 170,668,000 23,593,100 8,403,100 32,607,700 168,358,500 23,169,300 4,892,500 30,886.200 114.721,200 17,551,500 4,101,500 26,347,000 85,708.100 14.937,100 6,061,500 20,014,800 67,506,400 12,398,500 6,946,200 19,530,100 57.423,900 12,047,800 7,155,500 18,594,700 62,770.700 11,693,400 9,206,600 20,827,300 71,508,200 11,769,900 11.254,400 29,198,000 78,432,900 12,059,300 28,661,800 12,197,200 79.016,200 12,084,800 10,842,300 26,501,600 85,961,400 12,280,700 27,761,400 9,198,600 92,002,700 12,567,100 34,852,000 10,664,100 107.936,900 46,087,100 12,705,800 12,805,500 142,710,700 13,316,600 75,993,000 21,423,800 204,492,600 88,424,600 71,252,800 13,904,500  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  June 30,1914__ June 23,1915 June 30,1916 June 20,1917 June 29,1918 June 30,1919 June 30,1920 June 30,1921— June 30,1922 June 30,1923---June 30,1924 _ _ June 30,1925 June 30,1926 June 30,1927_ __ June 30,1928------June 29,1929 June 30,1930-----June 30,1931 — June 30,1932 _ June 30,1933 _ June 30,1934.----June 29,1935 — June 30,1936- — June 30,1937 June 30,1938_ June 30,1939_ _ _ June 29,1940— _ June 30,1941_ June 30,1942 June 30,1943____  Number Banks  M  12  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF EARNINGS AND DIVIDENDS OF STATE BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1942 EARNINGS: Interest and discount on loans____________ $■ 1,942,466.68 Interest and dividends on securities________ 735,324.17 Service charges, exchange charges, commissions, e t c .__________________________ 1,223,778.59 Other operating earnings__________________ 283,694,27 Total earnings from current operations_  $ 4,185,263.71  EXPENSES: Salaries, wages and directors’ fees________$ 1,525,760.31 Interest p a id ______________________________ 293,014.41 205,846.20 Taxes other than onincome_______________ Taxes on income___________________________ 219,907.13 Other current expenses___________________ 992,288.33 Total current expenses.  3,236,816.38  Net operating earnings RECOVERIES AND PROFITS: Recoveries and profits on securities sold____ $ Recoveries on loans_______________________ Other recoveries _________________________  77,013.67 182,655.48 182,839.12  Total _ ______________________________ LOSSES CHARGED OFF: On loans _________________________________ $ On securities _____________________________ All o th e rs ________________________________  89,262.65 72,794.96 118,745.73  $  442,508.27  $  379,502.00 51,170.35  15,000.00 1,500.00  $  430,672.35  $  679,479.91  $  16,500.00  Total _ OTHER DECREASES IN CAPITAL ACCOUNTS: Preferred stock retired____________________ Net addition to capital accounts for 1942 Total capital accounts December 31, 1941______$13,163,318.66 Less adjustment account of banks retiring from business during 1942-----------------------------------247,699.32 Total capital accounts December 31, 1942   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  280,803.34  $ 1,110,152.26  Net profits after dividends____________ OTHER INCREASES IN CAPITAL ACCOUNTS: New common stock sold___________________ $ Premium on common stock sold____________  948,447.33  $ 1,390,955.60  Net profits before dividends____________ DIVIDENDS: Cash dividends on common stock____________ $ On preferred stock________________________  $  695,979.91 $  108,450.00  $  587,529.91  $12,915,619.34 $13,503,149.25  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  13  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 C la rk ____ __ 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 N ewton Ouachita _ Perry   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Population 24,437 26,785 10,281 36,148 15,860 18,097 9,636 14,737 27,452 24,402 28,386 13,134 12,570 29,822 21,536 47,200 23,920 42,473 26,046 14,471 27,160 19,831 25,880 15,683 10,253 41,664 10,477 30,204 32,770 18,916 16,621 25,643 12,834 26,427 65,101 18,795 16,851 22,651 26,810 19,709 15,932 25,967 29,802 14,531 9,464 31,874 80,217 21,133 8,876 19,869 10,881 31,151 8,392  State Banks  National Banks  Teller’s Windows  1 6 1 4 1 2 1 1 3 4 3 2 2 3 1 4 4 3 3 2 2 3  2  1  2  1 1  2 2 1 1 1  3 1 1 1 2 6 2  I 1  1 1 1 1  1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 1  Cooperative Ex­ changes  1 2 2 1 l 1  1 L  2 2 1 1 1 1 I 1  1 1  1 1  3 3 1 1 1 2  1 1  1 1  1 1  3  14  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  County Phillips Pike Poinsett Polk____________ Pope Prairie Pulaski Randolph _ . St. Francis Saline Scott Searcy . . Sebastian Sevier Sharp Stone _ . Union Van Buren Washington . _ White___________ Woodruff Yell ___________ . _   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Population 45,970 11,786 37,670 15,832 25,682 15,304 156,085 18,319 36,043 19,163 13,300 11,942 62,809 15,248 11,497 8,603 50,461 12,518 41,114 37,176 22,133 20,970 1,949,387  State Banks  National Banks  2 3 5 1 5 1 3 2 2 1 1 1 4 2 4 1 4  2  Teller’s Windows  Coopera­ tive Ex­ changes 1 1  1 1  1  3 2  3 1  1 1  2 1  5 7 2 5  2  161  51  1 1 1  1  16  14  15  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report NATIONAL BANKS IN ARKANSAS Name  County . . . . . .  First National Bank of  Arkansas Arkansas Benton Benton Carroll _ Carroll -Clark . Clark .-Cleburne Columbia . Cross -Dallas ■ Faulkner Garland - Greene -Greene Hempstead Hempstead . Hot Spring Howard . Independence -Jackson -Jackson -Jefferson --Jefferson --Johnson Lafayette  --Lawrence Lee •Little River -Logan -Madison --Miller -Mississippi --Ouachita - -Phillips -•Phillips _ -Polk --Pulaski --Pulaski -Pulaski National Bank of Eastern Arkansas--. -St. Francis -St. Francis --Sebastian_ —Sebastian Sebastian Sevier._ _ .Union —Union —Washington Washington   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Location DeWitt Stuttgart -Gravette -Rogers Berryville -Green Forest Arkadelphia Gurdon _ Heber Springs Magnolia Wynne . _ Fordyce Conway .Hot Springs _ -Paragould -Paragould Hope Hope Malvern -Nashville Newark Newport -Tuckerman .Pine Bluff .Pine Bluff -Clarksville Lewisville Walnut Ridge .Marianna .Ashdown Paris .Huntsville Texarkana Blytheville .Camden Helena Helena Mena Little Rock Little Rock Little Rock Forrest City . -Hughes Fort Smith Fort Smith Fort Smith DeQueen .El Dorado El Dorado ___ Fayetteville . _ Springdale  16  State of Arkansas: Bank Department MEMBERS OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM  Capital and Date of Admission Name of Bank and Location Surplus April 21,1941______ Elk Horn Bank & Trust Company____________ $ 120,000.00 Arkadelphia October 3,1919------- The Citizens Bank & Trust Company________ 72,000.00 Batesville 300,000.00 August 23, 1918____ Farmers Bank & Trust Company____________ Blytheville April 28,1941--------- The Merchants & Planters Bank_____________ 150,000.00 Camden September 11,1942__The Exchange Bank & Trust Company_______ 125,000.00 El Dorado September 22,1933..Fordyce Bank & Trust Company____________ 100,000.00 Fordyce September 25,1942_-Arkansas Trust Company___________________ 330,000.00 Hot Springs March 20,1919_____W. B. Worthen Company, Bankers___________ 1,070,000.00 Little Rock July 21,1920_______The Bank of Russellville_____________________ 120,000.00 Russellville 115,000.00 August 23,1923____ Peoples Exchange Bank_____________________ Russellville June 9,1942_______ Grant County Bank_________________________ 50,000.00 Sheridan May 20,1921______ Bank of Waldron____________________________ 73,000.00 Waldron COMMERCIAL BANKS—NON MEMBERS FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Name Location Farmers & Merchants Bank________________________ Des Arc Portland Bank____________________________________ Portland Farmers & Merchants Bank__________________________Reyno 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 STATE BANKS OPERATING TELLER’S WINDOWS Location of Teller’s Name of Bank Location Window County Citizens State Bank______________ Bald Knob_____ Bradford______ White DeWitt Bank & Trust Company----- DeWitt________ Gillett--------------Arkansas Planters Bank & Trust Company__ Forrest City___ Cotton Plant___ Woodruff Planters Bank & Trust Company__ Forrest City____DeValls Bluff_..Prairie Farmers Bank___________________ Greenwood____ Hartford______ Sebastion The Cleburne County Bank________Heber Springs..Clinton------------- Van Buren McGehee Bank___________________ McGehee_______Arkansas City. .Desha Monette State Bank______________ Monette----------- Caraway---------- Craighead Mississippi County Bank__________Osceola------------ Luxora-------------Mississippi The Security Bank & Trust Co____ Paragould-------- Marmaduke------Greene First State Bank_________________ Plainview---------Ola------------------Yell First State Bank_________________ Plainview---------Perryville-------- Perry Bank of Prescott_________________ Prescott-----------Emmett----------- .Nevada Bratt-Wasson Bank______________ Siloam Springs. Gentry------------ Benton Merchants & Planters Bank_______Warren------------Hermitage------- .Bradley  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  17  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report NATIONAL BANKS OPERATING TELLER’S WINDOWS  State National Bank--------------------- Texarkana------- Foreman_______Little River NEW BANKS CHARTERED July 1, 1942 to June 30, 1943 Name and Location and Date The Searcy Bank, Searcy, White County May 1, 1943.________________________________  Capital $100,000  Charter Surplus Number $20,000  683  AMENDMENTS ALTERING CAPITAL STRUCTURE July 1, 1942 to June 30, 1943 The Citizens Bank, Bradford, increased common stock from $10,000 to $25,000. The present outstanding stock amounting to $10,000 was surrendered and in lieu thereof certificates with a total par value of $12,500 were reissued to shareholders on a pro rata basis, and in so doing the present surplus was decreased from $5,000 to $2,500; and by the sale for cash of $12,500 par value of new common stock at a premium of $2,500 leaving the capital at $25,000 and surplus of $5,000. The Exchange Bank & Trust Company, El Dorado, increased com­ mon stock from $80,000 to $100,000 by the sale of $20,000 par value of new common stock at par, the proceeds being used to retire $20,000 par value of Class “ A ” preferred stock owned by the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, leaving the capital at $100,000 all of which is common stock. Planters Bank & Trust Company, Forrest City, increased common stock from $60,000 to $70,000' by the sale of $10,000 par value of new common stock at par. Citizens Bank, Marion, increased common stock from $30,000 to $40,000 by declaration of a thirty-three and one-third per cent stock dividend. Mississippi County Bank, Osceola, increased common stock from $50,000 to $75,000 by declaration of a fifty per cent stock dividend. First State Bank, Parkin, increased common stock from $20,000 . to $25,000 by declaration of a twenty-five per cent stock dividend. Piggott State Bank, Piggott, increased common stock from $25,000 to $30,000 by declaration of a twenty per cent stock dividend. Bank of Quitman, Quitman, increased common stock from $20,000 to $25,000 by declaration of a twenty-five per cent stock dividend. Bank of Tuckerman, Tuckerman, increased common stock from $15,000 to $25,000 by declaration of a sixty-six and two-thirds per cent stock dividend. Bank of Salem, Salem, increased common stock from $20,000 to $25,000 by declaration of a twenty-five per cent stock dividend. AMENDMENTS CHANGING July 1, 1942, to Name First State Bank _ Commercial Loan & Trust Company___ The Citizens Bank  NUMBER OF DIRECTORS June 30, 1943 Location Plainview__. Monticello___ Bradford____  From 5 to 9 5 to 11 3 to 5  To 5 to 11 5 to 12 3 to 7  BANKS CHANGING CORPORATE TITLE AND LOCATION July 1, 1942, to June 30, 1943 The Citizens Bank, Bradford, to Citizens State Bank, and location to Bald Knob.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  18  State of Arkansas: Bank Department BANKS ESTABLISHING TELLER’S WINDOWS July 1, 1942, to June 30, 1943  Name Citizens State Bank  Location of Teller’s Window Bradford  Location ___________ Bald Knob________  BANKS DISCONTINUING TELLER’S WINDOWS July 1, 1942, to June 30, 1943 Bank of Searcy____________________ Searcy---------------------------- Bald Knob STATE BANKS CONVERTED INTO NATIONAL BANKS July 1, 1942, to June 30, 1943 Citizens Bank, Magnolia, to First National Bank, Magnolia, September 19, 1942. STATE BANKS ABSORBED BY NATIONAL BANKS July 1, 1942, to June 30, 1943 Citizens Bank, Fayetteville, by First National Bank, Fayetteville, No­ vember 19, 1942. BANKS VOLUNTARILY LIQUIDATING July 1, 1942, to June 30, 1943 Location Name Date - Prescott___ The First State Bank-March 26,1943 .Stephens___ The Bank of Stephens April 15,1943 .Mount Holly. Bank of Mount HollyApril 16,1943 .Searcy-------Bank of Searcy--------April 30, 1943 BANKS VOLUNTARILY LIQUIDATED July 1, 1942, to June 30, 1943 Farmers Bank & Trust Company-—Hamburg--------------------- December 30, 1942 BANKS WHICH HAVE RETIRED PREFERRED STOCK July 1, 1942, to June 30, 1943 Name Location Bank of Dardanelle----------------------------------- Dardanelle. Bank of Delight---------------------------------------- Delight-----The Exchange Bank & Trust Company-------- El Dorado-. Bank of Glenwood------------------------------------- Glenwood— Bank of Kensett__________________________ Kensett----W. B. Worthen Company, Bankers-------------- Little Rock. Bank of Pea Ridge------------------------------------ Pea Ridge.. The Bank of Rector----------------------------------- Rector------Peoples Exchange Bank-----------------------------Russellville Bank of Waldron--------------------------------------- Waldron—  Amount Retired - $ 10, 000.00  -  -  5,000.00  20, 000.00 3,000.00 1,600.00  -  6 , 000.00 2 , 000.00  -  1,000.00  -  3,000.00  -  250.00  LIQUIDATIONS COMPLETED July 1, 1942, to June 30, 1943 Date of Order Dis­ charging Bank Name Location Commissioner Merchants & Farmers Bank------------------ Atkins____________March 23,1943 First & Crawford County Bank-------------- Van Buren________ August 22 1942   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  19  LIQUIDATIONS COMPLETED— FINAL ORDER NOT ENTERED June 30, 1943 Name Location Twin City Bank---------------------------------------------------------------------------North LittleRock Peoples Trust Company------------------------------------------------------- Little Rock Union Trust Company_____________________________ Little Rock BANKS IN LIQUIDATION June 30, 1943 Name Location Bank of Marion________________________ Marion-_  Date Closed February 7,1938'  BANK OF MARION (Insolvent) Marion, Crittenden County, Arkansas Bank closed February 7, 1938. Inventory was made February 11, 1938. R. E. Robertson, Special Deputy Bank Commissioner. STATEMENT OF CONDITION ASSETS Feb. 11,1938 Loans and discounts------------------------------------- $434,060.68 Overdrafts_________________________________ 394.35 U. S. securities_____________________________ 31,842.86 Other bonds and securities__________________ 59,888.89 Furniture and fixtures______________________ 1.00 Banking h ou se_____________________________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks___________________ 87,647.72 Cash items “ old” ____________________________ 2,919.21 Cash items “ new” __________________________ 22,265.32 Expense— G eneral_________________________ _________ Expense— Salaries and wages_______________ _________ Expense— L e g a l-----------------------------------------------------Expense— Taxes, interest, insurance Paid for protection of assets----------Claims not of record---------------------Profit and loss--------------------------------  LIABILITIES Capital stock— Preferred----------------------------Capital stock— Common____________________ Surplus____________________________________ Undivided profits --------------------------------------Interest collected----------------------------------------Other income and earnings---------------------------Individual deposits ------------------------------------Public funds—Unsecured----------------------------Public funds— Secured-------------------------------Postal savings deposit---------------------------------Savings deposits __________________________ Certificates of deposit---------------------------------Cashier’s checks ---------------------------------------Certified checks____________________________ Outstanding d r a fts ------- ,----------------------------Claims—General ---------------------------------------Claims allowed by court-------------------------------   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  (Continued)  June 30,1943 $-------------  53,736.28 7,178.73 19,256.25 10,055.46 2,068.42 1,383.00 2,881.24 31,154.61  $639,021.03  $127,713.99  $  9,900.00 15,100.00 50,000.00 9,765.96 ------------------------286,761.86 100,890.60 25,993.66 44,950.00 73,349.27 21,025.50 873.04 15.00 396.14 -------------------------  $ 10,000.00  $639,021.03  $127,713.99  15.000. 00 50.000. 00 9,765.96 16,255.99 2,864.24 255.59  6.59 130.51 15.00 22,360.11 1,060.00  20  State of, Arkansas: Bank Department, CLAIMS FILED  Total General claims filed and allowed-----------Total General claims paid----------------------------Total Preferred claims filed and allowed______ Total Preferred claims paid-------------------------Total Bills Payable outstanding when bank closed ____________________________ Total Bills Payable executed since bank closed ------------------------------------------  $447,200.94 424,840.23 4.017.82 4.017.82  DIVIDENDS PAID Date Paid August 20, 1938— April 1, 1939------August 21, 1940— December 6, 1940_ November 6, 1941 June 1, 1942-------   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Percent Paid __ 40 20 . _ 15 . _ 10 5 ------5 .  Amount $178,880.36 89,440.18 67,080.14 44,720.09 22,360.03 22,360.03  21  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT of  STATEMENTS OF ARKANSAS BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES AS SHOWN BY THE CALL OF JUNE 30, 1943 Cities and Towns. Alphabetically Arranged by Postoffices Population shown is that given by the 16th census of the United States 1940 COMMERCIAL BANK AT ALMA, ALMA Population, 774.  Crawford County.  Chartered January 31, 1910.  Transit Number 81-272  Officers W. E. Byars_______________ President J. Fred Alexander____ Vice President Reves L. Bolling_____________ Cashier Margaret B. Adams____ Asst. Cashier  Directors J. Fred Alexander W. H. Cole Reves L. Bolling T. H. Kibler E. Bradley C. R. Starbird W. E. Byars  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 46,487.75 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 113,825.01 Other bonds and securities 49,000.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking house___________ 500.00 Other real estate__________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks_ 542,570.68  Liabilities Capital, s to c k ____________$ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ___ :________ 10,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 13,375.74 Reserves ________________ 237.01 Demand deposits_________ 659,836.54 Time deposits____________ 9,379.45 Public fun ds_____________ 34,556.70 Total deposits. .$703,772.69  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $752,385.44  Total  $752,385.44  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  22  BANK OF AMITY, AMITY Population, 608.  Clark County  Chartered, November 30, 1905.  Transit Number 81-287  Officers G. W. Tolleson___________ President W. H. Olds____________Vice President T. L. Matthews------------Vice President Cleda O lds__________________ Cashier  J. F. Brown Lyn Maxey Cleda Olds  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 77,601.07 12.33 Overdrafts ______________ U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 126,394.88 Other bonds and securities 154,270.27 Furniture and fixtures___ 1,000.00 Banking house___________ 1,000.00 Other real estate--------------1,512.19 Cash and due from banks__ 331,220.76 Other resources__________ 364.07  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 35,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 15,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 9,513.43 Demand deposits_________ 432,030.63 Time deposits____________ 152,671.64 War loan deposits________ 33,537.50 Public fu n d s_____________ 15,622.37 Total deposits_$633,862.14  T ota l__________________ $693,375.57.  T otal__________________ $693,375.57  Directors W. H. Olds G. W. Tolleson  ELK HORN BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, ARKADELPHIA Population, 5,078.  Clark County  Chartered September 28, 1903.  Transit Number 81-133  Officers W. E. Barkman___________ President J. H. Lookadoo-----------Vice President A. J. Vestal__________ Vice President A. P. Greene_________ Vice President Sec’y-Treasurer A. C. Stone__________________ Cashier C. C. Lookadoo________ Asst. Cashier Miss Lillian Hearin____ Asst. Cashier  Directors W. E. Barkman A. C. Stone A. P. Greene John P. Sturgis Clarence Hardin A. J. Vestal J. H. Lookadoo J. B. Wingfield E. E. Meador  Resources Loans and discounts____ $ Loans on commodities__ Overdrafts_____________ U. S. Gov’t obligations__ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures__ Banking h ou se_________ Other real estate________ Cash and due from banks Other resources________  Liabilities Capital stock ___________ $ 100, 000.00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 20 , 000.00 Undivided p rofits_______ 23,202.75 Demand deposits_______ 846,616.04 Time deposits__________ 401,821.80 Public fu n d s ___________ 131,888.56 Total dep___ $1,380,326.40  Total  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  309,440.50 12,500.00 25.80 283,700.00 125,203.01 3,790.48 6,000.00 2,033.62 780,697.09 138.65  $1,523,529.15  Total  $1,523,529.15  23  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, ARKADELPHIA Population, 5,078. Chartered June 15, 1911.  Clark County Transit Number 81-469  Officers H. T. Ross------------------------ President H. A. Daugherty—V. Pres, and Cashier H. G. Elms----------------Vice President Lottie W atson..______ Asst. Cashier Catherine Condray_____ Asst. Cashier Martha Moores______ Asst. Secretary  Directors John H. Crawford E. N. McElhannon H. A. Daugherty D. W. McMillan H. G. Elms H. T. Ross Roy F. Golden Ralph M. Williams James H. Hobgood  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $305,518.80 Loans on commodities_______ 3,400.00 Overdrafts ______________ 1,290.66 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 229,909.75 Other bonds and securities 91,510.81 4,209.90 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house___________ 13,000.00 Other real estate_________ 4,200.00 Cash and due from banks__ 233,619.14 203.48 Other resources__________  Liabilities Capital stock *___________ $100,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 10,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 22,098.31 Reserves ________________ 31,963.36 Demand deposits_________ 506,252.96 Time deposits____________ 72,839.65 War loan deposits------------ 61,397.30 Public fun ds_____________ 82,310.96 Total deposits.-$722,800.87  T otal__________________ $886,862.54  T otal__________________ $886,862.54  * First preferred stock with par value of $30,000.00 ; Second preferred stock with par value of $20,000.00, and common stock with par value o f $50,000.00.  BANK OF ASH FLAT, ASH FLAT Population, 315.  Sharp County  Chartered February 20, 1912.  Transit Number 81-499  Officers Odus Carpenter_____ President J. M. Causbie_________ Vice President Willene B raw ley_____ Cashier  Directors Willene Brawley Horace Martin Odus Carpenter V. McJunkins J. M. Causbie  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 32,609.06 Loans on commodities____ 58,000.00 Overdrafts ______________ 12.42 Other bonds and securities 4,237.41 Furniture and fixtures___ 150.00 Banking house___________ 1,700.00 Other real estate_________ 2,242.94 Cash and due from banks_ 170,505.03  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 10,000.00 Surplus fu n d -----------------6,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 7,442.33 Demand deposits_________ 230,994.10 Time deposits____________ 4,065.98 Public fu n d s_____________ 10,954.45 Total deposits.-$246,014.53  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $269,456.86  Total  $269,456.86  24  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF ATKINS, ATKINS Population, 1,322.  Pope County  Chartered September 19, 1895.  Transit Number 81-215  Officers J. M. Barker_______________ President J. M. Barker, Jr______ Vice President C. A. Barker________________ Cashier  C. A. Barker J. M. Barker  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 47,436.80 Overdrafts ______________ 22.30 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 216,700.00 Other bonds and securities 2,030.00 1,262.83 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house___________ 3,313.91 Other real estate_________ 2,802.00 Cash and due from banks._ 244,473.53 1.00 Other resources__________  Liabilities Capital sto ck * ___________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 4,000:00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 10,284.02 Demand deposits_________ 394,697.82 Time deposits____________ 4,931.00 War loan deposits________ 35,162.50 Public fun ds_____________ 18,967.03 Total deposits_$453,758.35  T ota l__________________ $518,042.37  T ota l__________________ $518,042.37  Directors J. M. Barker, Jr.  * First preferred stock with par value o f $24,500.00; Second preferred stock with par value of $12,500 and common stock with par value o f $13,000.00.  THE BANK OF AUGUSTA, AUGUSTA Population, 2,235.  Woodruff County  Chartered February 20, 1935.  Transit Number 81-718  Officers J. H. Snapp________________ President W. M. Sale___ Executive V. President W. B. Conner___ V. Pres, and Cashier O. T. Beasley______ Assistant Cashier  Directors George L. Beard W. M. Sale W. B. Conner J. H. Snapp R. E. Gregory C. R. Stacy  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $113,852.96 Loans on commodities____ 9,868.50 U. S. Gov’t obligations----- 242,600.00 Other bonds and securities 94,649.50 Furniture and fixtures___ 1,525.00 Banking house___________ 3,150.00 Cash and due from banks— 292,006.41  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 25,000.00 9,060.37 Undivided p ro fits ________ Demand deposits_________ 621,198.91 Public fun ds_____________ 76,698.26 Total deposits__$697,897.17 Other liabilities__________  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $757,652.37  Total  694.83 $757,652.37  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  25  CITIZENS STATE BANK, BALD KNOB Population, 1,445.  White County-  Chartered January 22, 1931. Officers W. B. Hammond___________ President J. W. Brown---------------- Vice President E. D. Williams----------------------- Cashier Mildred N. Hall-------------Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-673 J. W. Brown W. B. Hamond Jennings Leggett  H. A. Whitley E. D. Williams  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 11,861.66 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 168,097.94 Other bonds and securities 11,991.45 200.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house___________ 1,000.00 Cash and due from banks_ 587,238.06  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 5,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 1,941.57 Demand deposits_________ 684,051.85 War loan deposits_________ 24,150.00 Public fun ds_____________ 40,245.69 Total deposits--$748,447.54  T o ta l----------------------------$780,389.11  T otal__________________ $780,389.11  THE CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, BATESVILLE Population, 5,267.  Independence County  Chartered March 30, 1910.  Transit Number 81-116  Directors Officers C. W. Barnett______________ President C. W. Barnett H. M. Kennerly C. W. Wasson________ Vice President I. N. Barnett C. W. Wasson H. M. Kennerly______________ Cashier C. F. Cole Ben Jernigan-----------------------------Asst.Cashier C. T. Jones-------------------------------- Asst.Cashier H. W. Fox-------------------------------- Asst.Cashier Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 234,515.72 164,175.26 Loans on commodities___ U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 835,448.74 Other bonds and securities 93,050.72 Furniture and fixtures__ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 1,299,906.74  Liabilities Capital stock*__________$ 60,000.00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 12,000.00 Undivided p rofits_______ 21,218.93 Reserves_______________ 26,000.00 Demand deposits_______ 2,066,247.82 Time deposits__________ 48,675.87 Public fu n d s ___________ 160,083.60 Deposits of banks_______ 232,871.96 Total d e p ._ „$2,507,879.25  T o t a l________________ $2,627,098.18  T o ta l________________ $2,627,098.18  * First preferred stock with par value of $15,000.00; Second preferred stock with par value o f $15,000.00 and common stock with par value o f $30,000.00.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  26  State oft Arkansas: Bank Department  CITIZENS BANK, BEEBE Population, 1,189. Chartered June 21, 1917. Officers E. H. Abington President J. R. Sloan Vice President T. E. Abington . -Cashier Resources Loans and discounts _$ 32,711.19 6.04 Overdrafts U. S. Gov’t obligations__ _ 11,350.00 Other bonds and securities 3,040.53 1.00 Furniture and fixtures__ 1.00 Banking house _ 4.00 Other real estate _ Cash and due from banks. _ 491,540.76 Total  -$538,654.52  White County Transit Number 81-588 C. C. Abington E. H. Abington T. E. Abington T. S. Dabney  Directors H. M. Dodds J. R. Sloan John P. Williams  Liabilities Capital stock $ 25,000.00 5,000.00 Surplus fund Undivided profits _ _ 6,403.56 _ __ 11,302.97 Reserves _ _ 466,594.60 Demand deposits 100.00 Time deposits 24,253.39 Public funds Total deposits_$490,947.99 Total  $538,654.52  BELLEVILLE BANK, BELLEVILLE Population, 411. Chartered January 6, 1905.  Yell County Transit Number 81-294  Officers J. C. Woodson____________ President Mrs. J. C. Woodson___ Vice President R. A. White-------------------------- Cashier  Directors Carl Woodson, Jr. Mrs. J. C. Woodson J. C. Woodson  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 12,939.94 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 82,400.00 Other bonds and securities 1,401.91 Furniture and fixtures___ 359.20 Cash and due from banks_ 76,696.82  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 10,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 10,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 2,240.19 Demand deposits_________ 134,106.24 Public fun ds_____________ 17,451.44 Total deposits--$151,557.68  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $173,797.87  Total  $173,797.87  27  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  BENTON STATE BANK, BENTON Population, 3,502.  Saline County  Chartered February 9, 1934.  Transit Number 81-711  Officers W. R. Alsobrook___________ President G. B. Shafer_________ Vice President W. A. Springer______________ Cashier Berneice Thomas_______Asst. Cashier  Directors W. R. Alsobrook W. A. Springer C. E. Fish W. R. Stephens H. J. Gingles L. B. White G. B. Shafer  Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 139,270.62 983,996.87 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ Other bonds and securities 101,096.11 Furniture and fixtures__ 2,824.58 Banking h ou se_________ 4,027.95 Cash and due from banks 1,026,165.14  Liabilities Capital stock ___________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 30,000.00 Undivided p rofits_______ 12,642.63 Demand deposits_______ 1,654,464.16 Time deposits__________ 207,030.85 Public fu n d s ___________ 293,882.41 Deposits of banks_______ 34,361.22 Total dep___ $2,189,738.64  T o ta l________________ $2,257,381.27  T o ta l________________ $2,257,381.27  BANK OF BENTONVILLE, BENTONVILLE Population, 2,359.  Benton County  Chartered February 25, 1931. Officers Ross M a rtin ______________President Vol T. Lindsey________Vice President Fred D ouglas_______________ Cashier Resources Loans and discounts____ ! U. S. Gov’t obligations. _ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures_ Banking h o u se _________ Cash and due from banks  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  108,368.30 509,825.00 52,331.00 1,635.00 5,000.00 581,390.69  $1,258,549.99  Transit Number 81-701  Gordon Knott Vol T. Lindsey Ross Martin  Directors Vern Rife McCloud Sicard Sam Stevinson  Liabilities Capital stock ___________ I Surplus fu n d ___________ Undivided p rofits_______ Demand deposits_______ Time deposits__________ War loan deposits_____ Public fu n d s ___________ Total dep___ $1,193,978.06 Total  30,000.00 22,500.00 12,071.93 868,157.24 90,016.09 63,645.20 172,159.53  $1,258,549.99  28  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF BLEVINS, BLEVINS Population, 331.  Hempstead County  Chartered August 12, 1912.  Transit Number 81-518  Officers H. M. Stephens------------------ President Herbert M. Stephens__ Vice President P. C. Stephens----------------------- Cashier  Directors Herbert M. Stephens P. C. Stephens H. M. Stephens  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 28,700.92 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 70,700.00 Other bonds and securities 14,280.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 100.00 Banking house___________ 1,200.00 182.00 Other real estate_________ Cash and due from banks_ 138,479.06  Liabilities Capital sto ck *___________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 5,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 9,837.23 R eserves________________ 6,500.00 Demand deposits_________ 156,048.51 Time deposits____________ 11,752.00 War loan deposits_________ 28,961.64 Public fu n d s_____________ 10,495.10 Total deposits—$207,257.25 Other liabilities__________  T otal__________________ $253,641.98 *  47.50  T ota l__________________ $253,641.98  First preferred stock with par value of $6,500.00 and common stock with par value of $18,500.00.  FARMERS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, BLYTHEVILLE Population, 10,652. Chartered March 16, 1908.  Mississippi County Transit Number 81-105  Officers B. A. Lynch----------------------- Preside.it I. R. Johnson_________Vice President F. E. Warren________________ Cashier R. L. Banister_________ Asst. Cashier Riley B. Jones_________ Asst. Cashier  Directors J. L. Cherry C. A. Richards C. A. Cunningham B. S. Simmons I. R. Johnson F. E. Warren B. A. Lynch  Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 543,260.96 850,356.60 Loans on commodities__ Overdrafts_____________ 159.36 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 515,400.00 Other bonds and securities 85,532.00 Furniture and fixtures__ 600.00 Banking h ou se_________ 77,666.00 Cash and due from banks 3,048,166.56 Other resources________ 27,578.45  Liabilities Capital stock___________ $ 150,000.00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 150,000.00 Undivided p rofits_______ 93,198.22 Demand deposits_______ 3,804,972.41 Time deposits__________ 535,105.00 Public fu n d s ___________ 250,312.21 Due to banks___________ 137,554.64 Total dep.___$4,727,944.26  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $5,148,719.93  Other liabilities________ Total  27,577.45 $5,148,719.93  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  29  CITIZENS BANK, BOONEVILLE Population, 2,324. Chartered April 18, 1910. Officers Mattie Edwards___________ President W. W. Parker________ Vice President Long John Williams__________ Cashier Charles X. Williams____Asst. Cashier  Logan County Transit Number 81-195 Directors Geo. R. Edwards Abe Williams J. K. Edwards Charles X. Williams Mattie Edwards Long John Williams W. W. Parker  Resources Liabilities Loans and discounts______$223,672.55 Capital stock * -----------------$ 50,000.00 Loans on commodities_______________ 42,800.00 Surplus fu n d ------------------ 12,000.00 Overdrafts ______________ 950.77 Undivided p r o fits ------------ 14,315.35 U. S. Gov't obligations___ 167,000.00 R eserves____ ___________ 3,000.00 Other bonds and securities 1,962.62 Demand deposits_________ 779,936.47 1.00 Time deposits____________ Furniture and fixtures___ 9,542.40 Banking h ou se__________’ 1.00 Public fu n d s_____________ 49,775.07 Other real estate_________ 3.00 Total deposits—$839,253.94 Cash and due from banks_ 482,178.35 T otal__________________ $918,569.29  T otal__________________ $918,569.29  * First preferred stock with par value o f $3,000.00 and common stock with par value o f $47,000.00.  THE BANK OF BRADLEY, BRADLEY Population, 409. Chartered April 10, 1933. Officers J. B. Edwards_____________ President Margaret R. Meek____ Vice President J. W. Meek__________________ Cashier J. W. Meek, Jr_________ Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts______i Loans on commodities____ O verdrafts______________ U. S. Gov’t obligations___ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house___________ Other real estate------------Cash and due from banks_ Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  50,350.76 79.500.00 73.12 35.600.00 22 , 000.00  900.00  1, 000.00  Lafayette County Transit Number 81-513 J. B. Edwards L. B. Hamner W. A. McGee  Directors J. W. Meek Margaret R. Meek  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 7,500.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 6,276.62 Demand deposits_________ 148,066.31 Public fun ds_____________ 46,425.40 Total deposits_$194,491.71  5.00 43,839.45 $233,268.33  Total  $233,268.33  30  State ofi Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF BRINKLEY, BRINKLEY Population, 3,409.  Monroe County  Chartered January 17, 1903.  Transit Number 81-191  Officers Andrew F lo ra _____________President Frank Andrews---------- Vice President John F. Cole_________________ Cashier Robert Moore__________Asst. Cashier  Directors Frank Andrews A. Rusher A. Flora W. W. Sharp E. D. McKnight  Resources Loans and discounts____ $ Loans on commodities__ U. S. Gov’t obligations__ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures__ Banking h ou se_________ Other real estate________ Cash and due from banks Other resources________  Liabilities Capital stock ___________ $ 50.000. 00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 25.000. 00 Undivided p rofits_______ 14,494.42 Demand deposits_______ 867,103.43 Time deposits__________ 232,360.96 Public fu n d s ___________ 102,672.81 Total dep___ $1,202,137.20  Total  106,836.69 102,706.95 317,500.00 143,472.66 3,000.00 14,000.00 2.00 603,598.90 514.42  $1,291,631.62  Total  $1,291,631.62  BANK OF CABOT, CABOT Population, 741. Chartered March 23, 1903.  Lonoke County Transit Number 81-304  Officers Jake W. Lowman-------------- President Fred B. Garlington___ Vice President J. M. Park__________________ Cashier Mrs. Jewel Leggett____ Asst. Cashier Mrs. Sue W. Park_____ Asst. Cashier  Directors J. C. Alexander J. E. Gregory O. H. Davis Jake W. Lowmar Fred B. Garlington J. M. Park  Resources Loans and discounts--------- $116,176.80 Loans on commodities------- 246,561.10 69.86 Overdrafts --------------------86,700.00 U. S. Gov’t obligationsOther bonds and securities 64,957.97 1.00 Furniture and fixtures----1.00 Banking house------- --------Cash and due from banks-_ 379,374.23  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 30,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 25,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 15,805.21 Demand deposits_________ 724,129.67 5,073.73 Time deposits____________ War loan deposits------------ 46,923.75 Public fun ds_____________ 46,909.60 Total deposits__$823,036.75  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $893,841.96  Total  $893,841.96  31  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  STATE BANK OF CALICO ROCK, CALICO ROCK Population, 738. Chartered May 1, 1914.  Izard County Transit Number 81-305  Officers S. E. McNeill______________President J. T. Garner__________Vice President E. C. Rodman_______________ Cashier Roy Perryman_________Asst. Cashier  Directors Dr. Noel J. Copp S. E. McNeill J. T. Garner E. C. Rodman  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 48,765.08 9,563.68 Loans on commodities____ Overdrafts ______________ 181.90 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 42,575.00 Other bonds and securities 11,000.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking house___________ 1,900.00 Other real estate_________ 401.00 Cash and due from banks-_ 517,894.80 Other resources__________ 7,360.00  Liabilities Capital s to ck ------------------ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 8,000.00 9,904.62 Undivided p ro fits ________ Demand d ep osits________ 584,303.06 Time deposits____________ 10,047.95 Public fun ds----^_________ 2,386.83 Total deposits--$596,737.84  T ota l__________________ $639,642.46  T ota l----------------------------$639,642.46  THE MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK, CAMDEN Population, 8,975. Chartered March 4, 1931.  Ouachita County Transit Number 81-96  Officers C. I. Grayson______________President H. T. Patton__________Vice President J. W. Coan__________________ Cashier  Directors Mike Berg C. I. Grayson J. W. Coan H. T. Patton E. W. Copeland W. F. Patton C. S. Early John C. Watts  Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 216,341.30 Overdrafts_____________ 4,891.22 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 1,106,500.00 Other bonds and securities 430,207.41 Furniture and fixtures__ 4,000.00 Cash and due from banks 1,641,712.75 Other resources________ 1.00  Liabilities Capital stock ___________ $ 100,000.00 50,000.00 Surplus fu n d ___________ Undivided p rofits_______ 17,250.13 Reserves_______________ 30,000.00 Demand deposits_______ 2,467,164.90 Time deposits__________ 302,359.61 War loan deposits_______ 148,608.93 Public fu n d s ___________ 275,887.34 Deposits of banks_______ 12,382.77 Total dep___ $3,206,403.55  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $3,403,653.68  Total  $3,403,653.68  32  State ofi Arkansas: Bank Department  CITIZENS BANK, CARLISLE Population, 1,080.  Lonoke County  Chartered December 22, 1930.  Transit Number 81-689  Officers E. L. Crandall_____________ President A. H. Hunt____________Vice President J. L. Woosley________________ Cashier Miss Mary Burnett------- Asst. Cashier  Directors A. W. Birdsong F. E. Downs, Jr, Dr. E. A. Callahan J. M. Johnson E. L. Crandall E. L. Morris  Resources Loans and discounts---------$ 39,390.64 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 490,600.00 Other bonds and securities 10,608.53 1.00 Furniture and fixtures----Banking house----------------2,500.00 Cash and due from banks— 367,616.10 Other resources--------------135.88  Liabilities Capital s to c k ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 10,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 13,942.02 Demand deposits_________ 813,695.56 Public fu n d s_____________ 48,214.57 Total deposits_$861,910.13  T ota l__________________ $910,852.15  T ota l__________________ $910,852.15'  BANK OF CAVE CITY, CAVE CITY Population, 427. Chartered July 2, 1906.  Sharp County Transit Number 81-310  Officers Eagle S treet______________ President Mrs. J. M. Street______Vice President J. L. Lewsaw________________ Cashier Frank Whitmire_______ Asst. Cashier  Directors J. A. Carpenter Eagle Street J. L. Lewsaw Mrs. J. M. Street  Resources Loans and discounts---------$ 55,261.42 29.77 Overdrafts ______________ U. S. Gov’t obligations----- 150,000.00 Other bonds and securities 3,253.83 Furniture and fixtures----100.00 Banking house----------------1,000.00 Cash and due from banks— 119,160.04  Liabilities Capital stock *___________ $ 10,000.00 Surplus fund------------------5,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 3,300.97 Demand deposits_________ 297,833.47 Public fu n d s_____________ 12,670.62 Total deposits--$310,504.09  T ota l__________________ $328,805.06  T otal__________________ $328,805.06  * First preferred stock with par value of $5,000 and common stock with par value o f $5,000.00   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  33  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  AMERICAN STATE BANK, CHARLESTON Population, 958.  Franklin County  Chartered June 29, 1910. Officers C, H. Hiatt-------------------------President B. H. McDonald_______Vice President Clyde H ia tt_________________ Cashier H. E. Shumate__________Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-268 C. H. Hiatt Clyde Hiatt L. E. Jetton  B. H. McDonald McLoud Sicard S. B. Stevinson  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $128,173.40 Loans on commodities____ 21,600.00 Overdrafts ______________ 19.83 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 200,150.00 Other bonds and securities 39,499.44 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking house,___________ 3,500.00 Cash and due from banks__ 307,819.60 Other resources__________ 1.00  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 25,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 10,776.22 R eserves________________ 1,000.00 Demand deposits_________ 538,711.94 Time deposits___________ 48,148.00 Public fu n d s_____________ 52,128.11 Total deposits_$638,988.05  T ota l__________________ $700,764.27  T otal__________________ $700,764.27  BANK OF CHERRY VALLEY, CHERRY VALLEY Population, 500. Chartered January 24, 1907.  Cross County Transit Number 81-313  Officers R. Eli Halk________________ President W. M. Smith__________Vice President J. Kelly Maddox_____________ Cashier  R. Eli Halk H. P. Maddox  Resources Loans and Discounts---------$ 70,612.23 U. S. Gov’t obligations----- 46,896.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking house___________ 800.00 Cash and due from banks— 222,457.90  Liabilities Capital s to c k ____________ $ 10,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 15,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 2,649.85 Demand deposits ________ 249,403.08 Public fu n d s_____________ 63,714.20 Total deposits_$313,117.28  Total__________________ $340,767.13  Total__________________ $340,767.13   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  D ir p o t o r fij  J. Kelly Maddox W. M. Smith  34  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF CHIDESTER, CHIDESTER Population, 508. Chartered April 29, 1909. W. C. T. W.  G. B. H. C.  Officers Rushing-------------------- President Clingan_______ Vice President Benton------------ Vice President Stinnett----------------------- Cashier  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 23,940.93 Overdrafts ______________ 239.70 U. S. Gov’t obligations____ 91,875.00 Other bonds and securities 16,546.46 Furniture and fixtures____ 300.00 Banking house __________ 900.00 Other real estate____ 2.00 Cash and due from banks__ 122,003.97 Other resources_____ 40.76 Total____________ $255,848.82  Ouachita County Transit Number 81-314 T. H.Benton C. B. Clingan Mollie Purifoy W. G.Rushing  Directors W. C. Stinnett Beulah Taylor J. T.Walker  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 10,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 4,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 1,900.14 Demand deposits ________ 209,530.33 Time d eposits___________ 9,355.00 War loan deposits------------ 13,911.25 Public fun ds________, ____ 7,152.10 Total deposits--$239,948.68 Total_________________ $255,848.22  THE MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK. CLARENDON Population, 2,551. Chartered July 23, 1890.  Monroe County Transit Number 81-164  Officers H. B. Bateman_____________ President W. H. Brown__Vice Pres, and Cashier J. H. Calhoun__________Asst. Cashier  Directors H. B. Bateman Mrs. E. J. Bondi Miss Helen Bateman W. H. Brown Mrs. J. T. Bateman  Resources Loans and discounts---------$ 37,761.46 Loans on commodities----400.00 Overdrafts ______________ 187.39 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 201,150.00 Other bonds & securities-- 26,088.86 Furniture and fixtures___ 1,000.00 Banking house --------------7,000.00 Other real estate------------807.37 Cash and due from banks-- 401,699.26  Liabilities Capital sto ck *___________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 10,000.00 8,433.61 Undivided profits _______ Reserves ________________ 3,400.00 Demand deposits ________ 487,733.89 Time deposits ___________ 57,305.21 Public fu n d s_____________ 59,221.63 Total deposits_$604,260.73  Total_________________ $676,094.34  Total________________ $676,094.34  First preferred stock with par value of $12,500.00 and common stock with par value of $37,500.00.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  35  THE CORNING BANK, CORNING Population, 1,619. Chartered January 29, 1931. Officers Joseph Sellmeyer__Chairman of Board E. Vandover_______________President Mrs. F. B. Sprague___ Vice President G. A. Lamb-------------------------- Cashier  Transit Number 81-211 L. G. Black W. M. Fowler M. G. Hoffman G. A. Lamb H. N. Ratcliffe  Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 449,141.51 Loans on commodities__ 6.300.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations. _ 87,900.00 Other bonds and securities 25,087.08 Furniture and fixtures__ 1.00 Banking h ou se_________ 7.500.00 Cash and due from banks 456,608.96  Total  Clay County  $1,032,538.55  Directors Joseph Sellmeyer Mrs. F. B. Sprague S. Talkington E. Vandover  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________$ 25.000. 00 Surplus fund __________ 25.000. 00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 14,415.91 Reserves _______________ 10. 000. 00 Demand deposits_______ 725,716.33 Time deposits__________ 115,506.14 Public fu n d s ___________ 116,900.17 Total dep___ $ 958,122.64 Total.  $1,032,538.55  BANK OF CROSSETT, CROSSETT Population, 4,891. December 22, 1913. Officers E. C. Crossett____________ President P. F. Watzek__________Vice President G. H. Norman_______________ Cashier Roy Dooley____________ Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 155,106.22 49.36 Overdrafts _ __________ U. S. Gov’t obligations. _ 755.492.93 68,236.25 Other bonds and securities 3,387.45 Furniture and fixtures__ 804.92 Other real estate_______ Cash and due from banks 645.893.93 7.00 Other resources ------------  Ashley County  Transit Number 81-321 E. C. Crossett Roy Dooley G. H. Norman  Directors Wm. C. Norman P. F. Watzek  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________$ 50,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 25,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ______ 27,802.56 Demand deposits_______ 1,185,526.03 Time deposits__________ 297,319.38 Public fu n d s ___________ 36,841.41 Total dep___ $1,519,686.82 Other liabilities________  Total________________ $1,628,978.06   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  6,488.68  Total________________ $1,628,978.06  36  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  DANVILLE STATE BANK, DANVILLE Population, 1,010.  Yell County  Chartered October 3, 1930.  Transit Number 81-700  Officers J. E. Chambers-------------------President Neil Sims------------------- Vice President Jim Bill Gatlin______________ Cashier J. F. Nunn------------------ Asst. Cashier  Directors S. Bondi Jim Bill Gatlin J. E. Chambers J. W. Hull John Ed Chambers Neil Sims  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 15,569.89 Loans on commodities___ 28,600.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 150,893.91 Other bonds and securities 28,559.39 1.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house___________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks__ 170,427.18  Liabilities Capital stock ___________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 9,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 4,646.56 Reserves ________________ 2,000.00 Demand deposits_________ 284,571.28 Public funds ____________ 68,834.53 Total deposits -$353,405.81  Total________________ $394,052.37  Total________________ $394,052.37  BANK OF DARDANELLE, DARDANELLE Population, 1,807.  Yell County  Chartered September 12, 1934. Officers Thos. V. Jones_____________ President A. S. McCray------------- Vice President Odell I. Moudy_______________ Cashier Evelyn Jones__________ Asst. Cashier Geraldine Waid_______ Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 75,796.36 Loans on commodities____ 64,250.07 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 25,000.00 Other bonds and securities 2,347.23 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Cash and due from banks— 273,348.26 Other resources--------------1.00 T o ta l___________________ $440,743.92   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Transit Number 81-599  C. R. George Garrett Jones  Directors Thos. V. Jones A. S. McCray  Liabilities Capital stock ____ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund _____ 5,000.00 Undivided profits _ 8,903.43 __ 364,449.59 Demand deposits Time deposits _____ 362.19 Public funds ____ 37,028:71 Total deposits.-$401,840.49 Total _______  ______ $440,743.92  37  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  BANK OF DELIGHT, DELIGHT Population, 481. Chartered June 16, 1911.  Pike County Transit Number 81-326  Officers C. E. Johnson______________ President Frank Reid-----------------Vice President D. C. Humphry----------------------Cashier Miss Evorie Kirkham_Asst. Cashier  Directors D. C. Humphry C. E. Reid C. E. Johnson Frank Reid J. M. May  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 19,572.26 Loans on commodities____ 300.00 Overdrafts ______________ 153.91 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 124,100.00 Other bonds and securities 500.00 100.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house___________ 100.00 Other real estate_________ 4.00 Cash and due from banks_ 156,849.27  Liabilities Capital stock *___________ $ 22,500.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 5,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 863.40 Reserves ________________ 1,250.00 Demand deposits__ ______ 244,312.07 Time deposits____________ 17,060.09 Public fu n d s_____________ 10,693.88 Total deposits--$272,066.04  T ota l__________________ $301,679.44  T ota l__________________ $301,679.44  * First preferred stock with par value o f $5,000.00 and common stock with par value of $17,500.00.  DERMOTT STATE BANK, DERMOTT Population, 3,083. Chartered July 8, 1935. Officers John Baxter________President G. C. Johnston— V. Pres, and Cashier Clarence Horton________ Asst. Cashier Virginia Moseley_______ Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts_____1 120,056.66 Loans on commodities__ 34,950.88 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 621,352.62 Other bonds and securities 12, 000.00 Furniture and fixtures__ 750.00 Banking h ou se _________ 1,750.00 Cash and due from banks 512,600.14  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,303,460.30  Chicot County Transit Number 81-720 John Baxter G. C. Johnston  Directors W. E. Lephiew  Liabilities Capital stock ___________1 Surplus fu n d ___________ Undivided p rofits_______ Reserves ______________ Demand deposits_______ Time deposits__________ War loan deposits_______ Public fu n d s ___________ Total dep___ $1,229,302.56 Total  25.000. 00 25.000. 00 22,157.74 2 , 000.00  734.157.77 165.248.77 176,314.04 153,581.98  $1,303,460.30  38  State o f Arkansas: Bank Department  FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, DES ARC Population, 1,410. Chartered January 20, 1902.  Prairie County Transit Number 81-233  Officers A. L. Erwin----------------President L. R. Brown____ V. Pres, and Cashier N. R. Kirkwood________ Asst. Cashier  A. L. Erwin Henry Nichols  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 47,862.91 Loans on commodities____ 51,706.44 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 33,400.00 Other bonds and securities 6,155.97 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking hou se___________ 1.00 Other real estate___ _____ 1.00 Cash and due from banks__ 286,663.85  Liabilities Capital stock ^ __________$ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 7,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 5,993.93 Reserves ________________ 17,161.01 Demand deposits__________ 301,311.28 Time deposits____________ 29,680.14 Public fun ds_____________ 39,645.81 Total deposits--$370,637.23  T otal__________________ $425,792.17  T otal__________________ $425,792.17  Directors L. R. Brown  DeWITT BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, DeWITT Population, 2,498. Arkansas County Chartered March 1, 1929. Transit Number 81-245 Officers W. F. Shallhorn____________ President R. H. Maddox___ V. Pres, and Cashier J. Brown--------------------- Asst. Cashier  A. G. Bauer George W. Hall R. H. Maddox  Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 256,316.97 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 251,300.00 Other bonds and securities 101,033.75 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking h ou se _________ 7,000.00 Other real estate________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 1,432,376.69 Other resources________ 1.00  Liabilities Capital stock ___________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 50,000.00 37,266.30 Undivided p rofits_______ Demand deposits_______ 1,574,637.03 Time deposits__________ 113,395.67 War loan deposits_______ 111,659.45 Public fu n d s ___________ 111,071.96 Total dep.___$1,910.764.11  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $2,048,030.41  D lT A P t n T C  Total  W. F. Shallhorn C. L. Whitmore  $2,048,030.41  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  39  BANK OF DIERKS, DIERKS Population, 1,459. Howard County Chartered February 7, 1906. Transit Number 81-328 Officers Lewis M. Layer____________ President T. F. Westbrook-_V. Pres, and Cashier Mrs. Opal Simmington__Asst. Cashier  Directors M. G. Bock Mrs. Lydia Layer W. T. Dodgen T. F. Westbrook Lewis M. Layer  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 34,346.42 Overdrafts ______________ 26.28 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 50,000.00 Furniture and fixtures__ _ 1,200.00 Banking house___________ 2,400.00 Other real estate_________ 1,440.00 Cash and due from banks__ 198,005.86  Liabilities Capital sto ck * ___________ $ 25,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 3,885.09 Demand deposits_________ 232,373.83 Time deposits____________ 26,159.64 Total deposits__$258,533.47  T ota l__________________ $287,418.56  T otal__________________ $287,418.56  * First preferred stock with par value of $15,000.00 and common stock with par value of $10,000.00.  BANK OF DOVER, DOVER Population, 493. Pope County Chartered September 29, 1905. Transit Number 81-329 Officers John E. Moore_____________President James M. Wait________Vice President Mrs. James M. Llewellyn____ Cashier Jimmy Poynter_________Asst. Cashier  Directors Dr. W. J. Brown'Mrs. J. M. Llewellyn T. C. Campbell S. F. McCain L. J. Churchill John E. Moore Leonard Hurley James M. Wait J. M. Llewellyn  Resources Loans and Discounts______$ 51,616.45 Overdrafts ______________ 5.20 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 68,400.00 Other bonds and securities 1,126.92 Furniture and fixtures___ 500.00 Banking house___________ 4,500.00 Cash and due from banks_ 113,344.97  Liabilities Capital stock *___________ $ 27,500.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 3,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 3,339.98 R eserves________________ 881.75 Demand deposits_________ 179,801.92 Time deposits____________ 338.48 Public fun ds_____________ 24,631.41 Total deposits--$204,771.81  T otal__________________ $239,493.54  T otal__________________ $239,493.54  • First preferred stock with par value of $9,250.00 and common stock with par value of $18,250.00.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  40  MERCHANTS AND FARMERS BANK, DUMAS Population, 2,323. Chartered May 10, 1909.  Desha County Transit Number 81-330  Officers Ray Maxwell______________President Walton H. Rice___ Executive V. Pres. Edgar C. Gannaway__________ Cashier  Directors J. E. Allmon R. A. Pickens R. F. Cox D. O. Porter 0. L. Puryear Chas. Dante Walton H. Rice Ray Maxwell Joe Lee McKennon Lamar Williamson  Resources Loans and discounts____ $ U. S. Gov’t obligations_ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures__ Banking h ou se_________ Cash and due from banks Other resources________  Liabilities Capital stock ___________ $ 50.000. 00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 25.000. 00 Undivided p rofits_______ 30,628.69 Reserves _______________ 2 , 000.00 Demand deposits_______ 620,400.98 Time deposits__________ 233,597.32 War loan deposits_______ 6,393.75 Public fu n d s ___________ 133,133.15 Deposits of banks_______ 1, 000.00 Total dep___ $ 994,525.20  129,799.53 224,600.00 163,847.20 3,517.61 7,460.00 569,801.12 3,128.43  $1,102,153.89  Total  Total  $1,102,153.89  THE EXCHANGE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, EL DORADO Population, 15,858. Chartered August 12, 1933.  Union County Transit Number 81-668  Officers Louis E. Hurley___________ President C. N. Barton__________Vice President D. R. James__________ Vice President H. B. Axum_________________ Cashier V. E. Lawton_________ Asst. Cashier  Directors C. N. Barton D. R. James T. H. Barton R. E. Meinert John H. Ellis Chas. H. Proetz Louis E.Hurley H. D. Reynolds  Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 266,169.50 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 1,732,898.70 Other bonds and securities 105,594.78 Furniture and fixtures__ 1.00 Cash and due from banks 1,786,044.32  Liabilities Capital stock___________ $ 100,000.00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 25,000.00 Undivided p r o f it s ______ 27,311.44 Demand deposits________ 3,311,501.80 Time deposits__________ 118,253.05 War loan deposits_______ 150,584.60 Public fu n d s ____ ______ 141,000.00 Deposits of banks---------17,057.41 Total dep___ $3,738,396.86  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $3,890,708.30  Total  $3,890,708.30  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  41  BANK OF ELKINS, ELKINS Population, 350.  Washington County-  Chartered June 1, 1912.  Transit Number 81-506  Officers Roe Stokenbury___________President Clyde West-----------------Vice President J. E. Bunch__________________ Cashier Oscar West____________ Asst. Cashier  Directors J. E. Bunch Roe Stokenbury J. C. Reed Clyde West J. P. Stokenbury  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 62,967.85 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 225,700.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 579.00 Banking house___________ 438.00 Other real estate_________ 269.00 Cash and due from banks_179,710.16  Liabilities Capital s to ck * ___________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 5,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 2,286.84 R eserves________________ 1,000.00 Demand deposits_________ 273,693.66 Time deposits____________ 87,208.69 War loan deposits________ 59,177.83 Public fu n d s_____________ 16,296.99 Total deposits_$436,377.17  T otal__________________ $469,664.01  T otal__________________ $469,664.01  * First preferred stock with par value o f $9,000.00 and common stock with par value of $16,000.00.  BANK OF ENGLAND, ENGLAND Population, 2,027. Chartered August 23, 1898.  Lonoke County Transit Number 81-213  Officers E. A. CarlLee__----------------President E. G. Lyon__________ Vice President C. E. Hankins___ V. Pres, and Cashier G. C. Tuley------------------ Asst. Cashier Ben Stillwell___________Asst. Cashier  Directors E. A. CarlLee C. Layton Merritt C. E. Hankins B. F. Murchison D. P. Mashburn, Jr.  Resources Loans and discounts______$179,769.76 Loans on commodities_____ 48,416.66 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 156,125.50 Other bonds and securities 6,460.16 Furniture and fixtures___ 850.00 Banking house___________ 7,000.00 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks_ 229,537.42 Other resources__________ 1.00  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 35,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 19,776.56 Demand deposits_________ 473,589.08 Time deposits____________ 9,633.93 Public fun ds_____________ 55,393.49 Deposits of banks_________ 9,768.44 Total deposits_$548,384.94  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $628,161.50  Total  $628,161.50  42  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THE CITIZENS BANK, ENGLAND Population, 2,027.  Lonoke County  Chartered January 14, 1931.  Transit Number 81-492  Officers Ben B. Morris_____________President W. G. Cunning______ Vice President Lois Rutherford_____________ Cashier J. O. DuPree___________Asst. Cashier  W. G. Cunning Ben B. Morris  Resources Loans and discounts_$110,823.24 Loans on commodities_ 83,597.44 Overdrafts ______________ 142.04 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 292,300.00 Other bonds and securities 211.95 584.86 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house______ 7,750.00 Other real estate____ 7.00 Cash and due from banks__ 255,083.98 Other resources_____ 1.00  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________$ 30,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 15,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 14,447.85 R eserves________________ 4,494.56 Demand deposits_________ 522,984.38 Time deposits____________ 2,756.18 War loan deposits________ 82,845.98 Public fu n d s_____________ 77,972.56 Total deposits_$686,559.10  Total  Directors Lois Rutherford J. E. Swaim  Total  $750,501.51  $750,501.51  THE EUDORA BANK, EUDORA Population, 1,808.  Chicot County  Chartered December 23, 1930.  Transit Number 81-334  Officers W. W. Grubbs____________ President C. B. Bowman_________Vice President Sam Bowman_______________ Cashier Mrs. Marion McDuffie__Asst. Cashier  Directors A. G. Anderson W. W. Grubbs C. B. Bowman J. M. McLeod Sam Bowman H. F. Scott E. T. Cashion R. T. Stephenson  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 79,394.43 Loans on commodities____ 8,491.85 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 202,700.00 Other bonds and securities *83,175.58 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking house___________ 6,500.00 Cash and due from banks-_ 487,586.59  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 10,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 21,064.01 Reserves ________________ 5,000.00 Demand deposits_________ 617,722.72 Time deposits_____________ 110,105.73 Public fu n d s_____________ 44,963.24 Deposits of banks_________ 8,993.75 Total deposits__$781,785.44  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $867,849.45  Total  $867,849.45  43  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  BANK OF EUREKA SPRINGS, EUREKA SPRINGS Population, 1,770. Chartered May 4, 1912.  Carroll County Transit Number 81-472  Officers C. A. Fuller----------------------- President Ray Freeman_________Vice President D. Simpson_________________ Cashier  Ray Freeman C. A. Fuller J. F. John  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 45,401.88 Overdrafts ______________ 227.39 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 160,568.66 Other bonds and securities 33,233.15 Furniture and fixtures___ 2,500.00 Other real estate_________ 1,750.00 Cash and due from banks__ 276,626.95  Liabilities Capital sto ck * ___________ $ 30,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 7,500.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 3,090.34 Demand deposits_________ 323,361.47 Time deposits____________ 96,081.43 Public fun ds_____________ 60,274.79 Total deposits_$479,717.69  T otal__________________ $520,308.03  T otal__________________ $520,308.03  Directors L. G. Roark D. Simpson R. R. Thompson  * First preferred stock with par value o f $5,000.00 and common stock with par value of $25,000.00.  BANK OF EVENING SHADE, EVENING SHADE Population, 347. Chartered February 5, 1901. Officers J. 0. Laman_______________ President Otto Cathey___________ Vice President E. B. Metcalf_______________ Cashier J. B. Metcalf__________ Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts______$ 20,226.72 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 125,000.00 Other bonds and securities 259.91 Furniture and fixtures___ 50.00 Banking house___________ 250.00 Cash and due from banks._ 153,542.29  Sharp County Transit Number 81-336 D ir p fto r s i  Otto Cathey J. M. Causbie J. O. Laman  E. B. Metcalf O. S. Westmoreland  Liabilities Capital s to c k ____________ $ 10,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 5,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 1,785.39 Demand deposits_________ 229,362.17 Time deposits____________ 5,337.92 Public fu n d s_____________ 47,728.94 Total deposits_$282,429.03 Other liabilities__________  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $299,328.92  Total  114.50 $299,328.92  44  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  McILROY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, FAYETTEVILLE Population, 8,212.  Washington County  Chartered December 24, 1892. Officers R. D. Bogart------ Chairman of Board Hayden M cllroy---------------- President James H. Kays------------Vice President J. B. McConnell______________ Cashier J. T. Bain_____________ Asst. Cashier Powers L. Fowler_____ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-87  Directors R. D. Bogart Hayden Mcllroy Mrs. Annie McIlroyGilbert C. Swanson Johnson Herbert L. Thomas James H. Kays Clifton Wade J. B. McConnell Marion Wasson  Liabilities Resources Loans and discounts___ .$ 631,514.20 Capital stock _____ __ .$ 50,000.00 Overdrafts____________ 474.32 Surplus fund __ _ .. 100,000.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations_. 601,650.00 Undivided profits _ 12,234.10 Other bonds and securitie 3 372,448.57 Reserves _ ____ . 100,000.00 Furniture and fixtures_ __ . 1,688,317.74 8,521.84 Demand deposits Banking h ou se________ 19,994.40 Time deposits _ ___ .. 518,899.21 Other real estate______ 10.00 War loan deposits 92,515.76 Cash and due from banksi 1,444,016.26& Public funds __ _____ . 500,822.10 2,352.00 Deposits of banks Other resources ___ 18,192.68 Total dep.___$2,818,747.49 !■' li .$3,080,981.59  Total  .$3,080,981.59  FORDYCE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, FORDYCE Population, 3,429. Chartered January 5, 1931.  Dallas County Transit Number 81-127  Officers L. L. Trussed____________ President C. F. Sturgis________ Vice President E. C. Benton___ V. Pres, and Cashier Mrs. M. S. Smith______ Asst. Cashier  Directors Edwin Anthony W. D. Stell, Jr. E. C. Benton C. F. Sturgis H. B. Benton L. L. Trussed H. E. Dedman S. A. Willi! B. A. Mayhew  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ Overdrafts_____ :._______ U. S. Gov’t obligations-Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures__ Banking h ou se _________ Cash and due from banks  Liabilities Capital stock___________ ! 1 50,000.00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 50,000.00 Undivided p rofits_______ 12,155.24 Reserves ______________ 1,317.15 Demand deposits_______ 1,095,709.06 Time deposits__________ 290,141.53 War loan deposits_______ 92,730.48 Public fu n d s ___________ 80,974.51 Deposits of banks_______ 6,647.80 Total dep___ $1,566,203.38  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  112,567.40 10.90 649,295.70 236,738.49 2,250.00 8,250.00 670,563.28  $1,679,675.77  Total  $1,679,675.77  45  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  PLANTERS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, FORREST CITY Population, 5,699.  St. Francis County Transit Number 81-143  Chartered April 15, 1921. Officers E. B. Belshe---------Chairman of Board S. J. Dean-------------------------- President J. B. Fletcher_____ Executive V. Pres. C. T. Doss---------------- Vice President C. N. Haven_________________ Cashier R. C. Hobson___________ Asst. Cashier Dione Kennedy_________ Asst. Cashier C. C. Aycock___________ Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts___ $ Loans on commodities__ Overdrafts_____________ U. S. Gov’t obligations__ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures__ Banking h ou se_________ Cash and due from banks Other resources________  Total  697,221.97 237,399.07 760.46 564,853.13 61,976.72 5,800.00 17,400.00 904,316.19 5,704.37  E. B. Belshe R. E. Carroll S. J. Dean C. T. Doss J. B. Fletcher C. C. Fogg  Directors H. W. Gregory C. N. Haven L. F. Haven, Sr. J. D. McGregor Sam Sharpe Jas. F. Wolfe  Liabilities Capital stock ___________ : i 70,000.00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 50,000.00 Undivided p rofits_______ 10,712.75 Reserves ______________ 793.11 Demand deposits_______ 1,526,445.95 Time deposits__________ 286,692.36 War loan deposits_______ 150,748.64 Public fu n d s ___________ 209,447.98 Deposits of banks_______ 190,591.12 Total dep.___$2,363,926.05 Total  $2,495,431.91  $2,495,431.91  ARKANSAS VALLEY TRUST COMPANY, FORT SMITH (Not engaged in commercial banking) Population, 36,584.  Sebastian County  Chartered February 12, 1906.  Transit Number 81-571  Officers Frank W. Youmans________ President Byron Williams---------- Vice President Mrs. Walter T. Gosman__Sec’y-Treas. Miss Evangel Tatum_Asst. Secretary and Treasurer  Directors Harry P. Daily R. J. Speer S. Bernie Harper Leon E. Werntz Dr. E. C. Moulton Byron Williams Dr. H. Moulton Frank S. Youmans Jerome Ney  Resources Loans and discounts______$220,192.12 Other bonds and securities 6,843.33 Furniture and fixtures___ 10,658.02 Banking house___________ 38,764.07 Other real estate_________ 5,207.22 Cash and due from banks— 34,947.07 Other resources--------------- 32,500.00  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $150,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 25,650.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 33,685.61 R eserves________________ 15,850.65 Other liabilities__________ 123,925.57  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $349,111.83  Total  $349,111.83  46  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THE BANK OF FRANKLIN, FRANKLIN Population, 100. Chartered June 13, 1905.  Izard County Transit Number 81-338  Officers W. A. Gaston---------------------President W. L. Gaston--------------- Vice President R. M. Standerford____________ Cashier Mrs. Estelle Gaston----- Asst. Cashier  Directors J. S. Box Mrs. Sallie M. Simpson W. A. Gaston R. M. Standerford W. L. Gaston  Resources Loans and discounts _$ Loans on commodities Overdrafts U. S. Gov’t obligations__ _ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures__ Banking house Cash and due from banks. _  Liabilities Capital stock _ _ $ 10,000.00 Surplus fund , 2,500.00 Undivided profits 303.34 Demand deposits 92,072.67 Public funds 6,193.59 Total deposits_$ 98,266.26  24,064.58 21,837.50 81.72 5,900.00 1,255.15 1.00 1.00 57,928.65  $111,069.60  Total  Total  ...  _ _  $111,069.60  BANK OF GLENWOOD, GLENWOOD Population, 854.  Pike County  Chartered December 72, 1912*  Transit Number 81-343  Officers John G olden______________ President J. L. Pinkerton________Vice President Rufus B. Paslay_____________ Cashier Doris Hutchins_________Asst. Cashier  Directors R. W. Brakefield W. A. O’Neal C. R. Cantrell Rufus B. Paslay John Golden J. L. Pinkerton G. S. Linsley  Resources Loans and discounts-$110,475.34 Overdrafts ______________ 18.86 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 46,700.00 Other bonds and securities 4,448.91 Furniture and fixtures-----850.00 Banking house______ 1,100.00 Other real estate-----2.00 Cash and due from banks._ 226,590.42  Liabilities Capital stock *___________ $ 25,000.00 7,500.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ Undivided p r o fits -----------4,741.11 Reserves ________________ 3,045.00 Demand deposits-------------- 283,253.04 Time deposits____________ 54,066.59 Public fun ds_____________ 12,579.79 Total deposits_$349,899.42  T ota l__________________ $390,185.53  T ota l__________________ $390,185.53  * First preferred stock with par value o f $7,500.00 and common stock with par value of $17,500.00.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  47  BANK OF GRAVETT, GRAVETTE Population, 865.  Benton County  Chartered February 28, 1898.  Transit Number 81-269  Officers J. T. Edmondson___________ President Philo Rodgers_________Vice President Tom Cawood________________ Cashier Uther Kindley_________ Asst. Cashier  Directors Stokes Ballard C. E. McAllister Tom Cawood Allen McAllister J. T. Edmondson Philo Rodgers J. T. Edmondson, Jr.  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 84,366.80 Overdrafts ______________ 1,094.86 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 178,700.00 Other bonds and securities 6,024.20 1,400.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house___________ 2,300.00 Cash and due from banks__ 299,643.79  Liabilities Capital s to ck ------------------ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d -----------------7,500.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 6,855.25 R eserves------------------------3,432.00 Demand deposits_________ 444,961.00 Time deposits____________ 83,101.75 Public fu n d s-------------------2,679.65 Total deposits.-$530,742.40  T otal__________________ $573,529.65  T otal----------------------------$573,529.65  FARMERS BANK, GREENWOOD Population, 1,219. Chartered August 7, 1907.  Sebastian County Transit Number 81-226  Officers W. N. Wilkinson___________President Dr. B. L. Ware________Vice President Means Wilkinson____________ Cashier Alice Holland__________Asst. Cashier  Directors Mrs. W. Lee Been Chas. E. Osborn Miss Alice Holland B. L. Ware Ruel Holland Means Wilkinson J. L. Johnson W. N. Wilkinson I. M. McClendon  Resources Lo^ns and discounts---------$194,175.64 75.00 Overdrafts ______________ U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 130,050.00 Other bonds and securities 90,609.08 Furniture and fixtures----1.00 Banking house----------------1.00 Other real estate------------1.00 Cash and due from banks. _ 424,378.44  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 25,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 10,480.35 Demand deposits_________ 506,726.21 Time deposits___________ 170,444.04 Public funds_____________ 101,640.56 Total deposits_$778,810.81  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $839,291.16  Total  $839,291.16  48  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THE FIRST BANK, GRIFFITHVILLE Population, 244.  White County  Chartered November 6, 1905.  Transit Number 81-347  Officers James A. Neaville, Sr______President A, H. Hudgins----------Vice President Ralph Neaville______________ Cashier  Directors Claudia L. Grissom James A. Neaville, A. H. Hudgins N. B. Smith  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 17,437.92 Loans on commodities___ 900.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 10,000.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 500.00 Banking house___________ 1,800.00 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks— 124,236.25  Liabilities Capital stock *___________ $ 8,500.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 1,500.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 1,108.62 R eserves________________ 443.74 Demand deposits_________ 132,684.35 Time deposits___________ 638.46 Public fu n d s_____________ 10,000.00 Total deposits--$143,322.81  T otal__________________ $154,875.17  T otal__________________ $154,875.17  * First preferred stock with par value of $5,000.00 and common stock with par value o f $3,500.00.  CLARK COUNTY BANK, GURDON Population, 2,045. Chartered August 4, 1900.  Clark County Transit Number 81-349  Officers F. H. Rudolph____________ President J. E. McMillan______ Vice President W. Roy Abbott----------------------Cashier Mrs. Lewelyn Edwards—Asst. Cashier  Directors W. Roy Abbott J. E. McMillan Jas. C. Hobgood H. T. Ross D. W. McMillan F. H. Rudolph  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 82,956.39 Overdrafts ______________ 82.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 107,900.00 Other bonds and securities 51,920.00 Furniture and fixtures----1,214.00 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks— 126,649.76  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 7,500.00 Surplus fu n d -----------------Undivided p ro fits ________ 7,184.53 Demand deposits_________ 235,148.77 Time deposits___________ 65,453.13 Public fun ds_____________ 30,436.72 Total deposits_$331,038.62  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $370,723.15  Total  $370,723.15  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  49  FARMERS BANK, HAMBURG Population, 1,939. March 10, 1941.  Ashley County  Transit Number 81-181  Officers Directors W. E. Foote_______________ President W. E. Foote Leslie J. Serrett Leroy Higginbotham B. R. Smith Frank N. Pugh__________________VicePresident Murphy Jones Vaughn Walker S. A. Wilcoxon________________ VicePresident S. A. Wilcoxon Leslie J. Serrett_____________ Cashier Frank N. Pugh Resources Loans and discounts--------- $ 25,319.91 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 481,967.94 Other bonds and securities 7,155.00 Cash and due from banks__ 326,555.31  Total  $840,998.16  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 5,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 6,686.38 Demand deposits_________ 696,243.54 Time deposits____________ .21,066.62 Public funds ____________ 87,001.62 Total deposits__$804,311.78 Total  $840,998.16  CALHOUN COUNTY BANK, HAMPTON Population, 686.  Calhoun County  Chartered October 26, 1906. Transit Number 81-353 Officers Directors B. W. Harrell____________ President John E. Hearnsberger A. B. Garrett B. W. Harrell Searcy Harrell-_V. Pres, and Cashier E. C. Johnston I. C. Strickland Fay Harrell Mary Harrell__________Asst. Cashier Searcy Harrell Resources Loans and discounts---------$ 88,208.96 Loans on commodities------- 23,600.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 178,300.00 Other bonds and securities 55,289.16 Furniture and fixtures----1,800.00 Banking house----------------6,000.00 Other real estate------------2.00 Cash and due from banks-- 219,618.32 Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $572,818.44  Liabilities Capital s to c k ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 5,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 11,000.57 Demand deposits_________ 362,144.11 Time deposits___________ 37,991.49 War loan deposits________ 66,781.50 Public fu n d s_____________ 64,900.77 Total deposits_$531,817.87 Total  $572,818.44  State of. Arkansas: Bank Department  50  THE BANK OF HARRISBURG, HARRISBURG Population, 1,193.  Poinsett County  Chartered December 2, 1930.  Transit Number 81-693  Officers T. T. Mardis----------------------- President John Gant____________Vice President Wm. S. Martin______________ Cashier H. Frayser____________Asst. Cashier  Directors John Gant T. T. Mardis Mrs. D. M. Mardis  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 49,634.33 Loans on commodities___ 4,980.16 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 134,900.00 Other bonds and securities 23.68 681.80 Furniture and fixtures----Other real estate_________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks__ 289,642.70  Liabilities Capital s to c k ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 7,500.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 1,646.76 Demand deposits_________ 413,692.20 Public fun ds_____________ 32,024.71 Total deposits__$445,716.91  T otal__________________ $479,863.67  T otal__________________ $479,863.67  THE SECURITY BANK, HARRISON Population, 4,238.  Boone County  Chartered November 20, 1931.  Transit Number 81-704  Officers L. A. Watkins_____________ President T. C. Heuer------------- Vice President C. C. Alexander-_V. Pres, and Cashier E. R. Tims------------------ Asst. Cashier  Directors C. C. Alexander T. C. Heuer Roy L. Baker R. W. Milum J. M. Bullock W. O. Newton A. C. Christeson L. A. Watkins D. E. Fitton  Resources Loans and discounts____ ! ; 367,710.16 Overdrafts _____________ 238.32 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 620,100.00 Other bonds and securities 69,592.02 Furniture and fixtures._ 1.00 Banking house ________ 1.00 1.00 Other real estate________ Cash and due from banks 1,651,383.26  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ $ 60,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 75,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 14,749.51 Demand deposits ______ 2,146,553.90 Time deposits__________ 243,866.59 Public funds __________ 150,968.45 Deposits of banks_______ 17,888.31 Total dep___ $2,559,277.25  Total________________ $2,709,026.76  Total________________ $2,709,026.76   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  51  BANK OF HAVANA, HAVANA Population, 449.  Yell County  Chartered December 20, 1933.  Transit Number 81-357  Officers J. E. Mitchell---------------- >__ President A. M. Mitchell________Vice President Winfred H op p er____________ Cashier Ella B. Mitchell___________Secretary  Directors A. M. Mitchell J. E. Mitchell Ella B. Mitchell  Resources Loans and discounts______$ Loans on commodities___ Overdrafts _ ____________ TJ. S. Gov’t obligations___ Other bonds and securitiesFurniture and fixtures___ Banking house___________ Cash and due from banks__ Other resou rces_________  Liabilities Capital stock* __________$ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 5,000.00 Reserves ________________ 2,334.23 Demand d eposits________ 95,406.97 Public funds ____________ 5,317.17 Total deposits -$100,724.14  5,791.53 28,400.00 340.19 52,877.09 15,139.69 392.00 912.00 28,266.58 939.29  Total_________________ $133,058.37  Total_________________ $133,058.37  * First preferred stock with par value of $13,800.00 and common stock with par value of $11,200.00.  THE CLEBURNE COUNTY BANK, HEBER SPRINGS Population, 1,656.  Cleburne County  Chartered December 16, 1930. Officers O. B. Robbins_____________ President Louis S tecker________Vice President E. C. Sherlock_Vice Pres, and Cashier  Transit Number 81-175  W. L. Deal O. C. Dickson W. R. Griffin L. E. Robbins 0. B. Robbins  Directors Opie Rogers S. B. Russell E. C. Sherlock Louis Stecker  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 196,483.65 Loans on commodities__ 118,200.00 46,100.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations-20,164.12 Other bonds and securities 1,700.00 Furniture and fixtures_ 7,000.00 Banking h ou se_________ Cash and due from banks- 741,361.29  Liabilities Capital stock __________$ 30,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 8 , 000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 15,355.45 Demand deposits_______ 935,049.96 Time deposits__________ 66,008.74 Public fu n d s ___________ 76,594.91 Total dep___ $1,077,653.61  T o t a l..______________$1,131,009.06  Total________________ $1,131,009.06   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  52  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  GUARANTY LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY, HELENA (Not engaged in commercial banking) Population, 8,456.  Phillips County  Ccahtered February 9, 1910. M. R. Dewey H. E. H. H.  Officers Ready-----------------------President M oore------------Vice President Jones----------------------- Secretary White---------------------- Treasurer  Transit Number 81-64  R. T. Doughtie S. H. Hurst Dewey Moore E. C. Nelson  Directors M. R. Ready H. G. Stephens Jos. P. Swift  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 39,534.34 U. S. Gov't obligations___ 5,300.00 Other bonds and securities. 3,500.00 1,500.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Other real estate_________ 2.00 Cash and due from banks_ 47,573.77 Other resources_________ 4,311.13  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 7,500.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 7,236.28 Reserves ________________ 204.68 Other liabilities _________ 36,780.28  Total_________________ $101,721.24  Total_________________ $101,721.24  V A LLE Y BANK, HINDSVILLE  Population, 262.  Madison County  Chartered November 18, 1907.  Transit Number 81-362  Officers Tom H argis---------Chairman of Board H. L. Mayfield-------- President C. F. Fitch---------------- Vice President Wm. B. Bunch______________ Cashier Lloyd A. Linebarger___ Asst. Cashier James R. Hargis_______ Asst. Cashier  Wm. B. Bunch C. F. Fitch Adry Gaskill Tom Hargis  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 37,221.35 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 75,000.00 Other bonds and securities. 9,000.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 250.00 Banking house __________ 1,030.00 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks.. 60,806.92  Liabilities __$ Capital stock __ Surplus fund __ Undivided profits Reserves __ Demand deposits __ Time deposits __ Public funds Total deposits. .$157,852,.85  Total_________________ $183,309.27   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total  Directors Lloyd A. Linebarger H. L. Mayfield J. N. Phillips  10,000.00 10,000.00 2,956.42 2,500.00 96,422.30 58,301.18 3,129.37  ...$183,309.27  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  53  BANK OF HOLLY GROVE, HOLLY GROVE Population, 755. Chartered March 12, 1903.  Monroe County Transit Number 81-275  Officers M. P. Walls________________ President J. I. Matthews________Vice President Taylor Claiborne____________ Cashier Mary Patterson______ Asst. Cashier  Directors B. J. Lambert P. C. Mayo J. I. Matthews O. M. Washington J. W. Mayo M. P. Walls  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 77,132.90 Loans on commodities_____ 8,893.00 Overdrafts _ ____________ 479.77 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 142,800.00 Other bonds and securities- 107,320.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking house __________ 3,000.00 Other real estate_________ 3.00 Cash and due from banks._ 157,557.53  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 30,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 25,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 6,048.79 Demand deposits_________ 308,336.30 Time d eposits___________ 43,011.83 Public fu n d s_____________ 84,790.28 Total deposits -$436,138.41  Total.________________ $497,187.20  Total_________________ $497,187.20  HORATIO STATE BANK, HORATIO Population, 809. Chartered May 15, 1905.  Sevier County Transit Number 81-342  Officers C. E. Hendrix_____________President F. R. Ethridge---------- Vice President Mazie G allaher_____________ Cashier Lilia S. Hendrix___________ Secretary  Directors O. T. Brinkley Mrs. A. G. Jacobson F. R. Ethridge L. O. Shull C. E. Hendrix  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 83,663.05 Loans on commodities____ 20,800.00 Overdrafts ______________ 58.64 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 103,200.00 Other bonds and securities3,987.57 Furniture and fixtures___ 1,000.00 Other real estate_________ 2.00 Cash and due from banks_ 109,900.02 Other resources__________ 203.70  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 15,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 5,000.00 1,316.39 Undivided p ro fits ________ Reserves ________________ 2,500.00 Demand deposits_________ 240,062.45 Time deposits ___________ 28,333.83 War loan deposits________ 9,311.17 Public fu n d s_____________ 21,291.14 Total deposits -$298,998.59  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $322,814.98  Total  $322,814.98  54  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  ARKANSAS TRUST COMPANY, HOT SPRINGS Population, 21,370. Chartered April 18, 1907.  Garland County Transit Number 81-51  Officers D. B urgauer----------------------President G. H. Sexton-------------Vice President E. M. Thrash, Jr--------- Vice President D. Jackson_Vice Pres, and Cashier F. L. Thompson_______ Asst. Cashier F. A. Housley------------- Asst. Cashier Norton Meek, Jr_______ Asst. Cashier  D. Burgauer C. J. Horner D . Jackson C. E. Miles G.H. Sexton  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 458,138.75 Overdrafts_____________ 115.03 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 2,282,143.58 Other bonds and securities 452,080.58 Furniture and fixtures-_ 17,064.25 Banking h ou se_________ 50,000.00 Other real estate_______ 3,920.00 Cash and due from banks. 2,670,263.61 Other resources________ 2,715.81  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ $ 200,000.00 Surplus f u n d __________ 130,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 141,197.58 Reserves _ ____________ 32,420.65 Demand deposits________ 4,118,131.12 Time deposits__________ 575,769.04 War loan deposits______ 339,151.42 Public fu n d s ___________ 399,771.80 Total deposits$5,432,823.38  Total_______________ $5,936,441.61  Total_______________ $5,936,441.61  Directors F. L. Thompson E. M. Thrash, Jr. W. W. Wilson E. F. Woodcock  NEWTON COUNTY BANK, JASPER Population, 412. Chartered March 24, 1903. Officers W. W. Moore______________ President W. J. Pruitt__________Vice President S. L. Nance_________________ Cashier Resources Loans and discounts______$ 35,869.12 Overdrafts ______________ 52.36 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 61,900.00 Other bonds and securities. 1,155.91 Furniture and fixtures___ 250.00 Banking house___________ 1,200.00 Cash and due from banks_ 242,333.90  Total_________________ $342,761.29  Newton County Transit Number 81-371 J. W. Moore O. A. Moore W. W. Moore  Directors S. L. Nance W. J. Pruitt  Liabilities Capital stock* . $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund _ 3,200.00 Undivided profits _______ 3,091.90 Reserves 100.00 Demand deposits_ ___ 270,576.46 Time deposits ___ _ 2,400.00 Public funds 38,392.93 Total deposits .$311,369.39 Total  _  _ ...  $342,761.29  •First preferred stock with par value of $8,000.00 and common stock with par value of $17,000.00.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  55  CITIZENS BANK OF JONESBORO, JONESBORO Population, 11,729. Chartered July 25, 1919.  Craighead County Transit Number 81-613  Officers M. L. McKinney___________ President S. V. McKinney______ Vice President J. E. McKee_________ Vice President C. V. McKinney____________ Cashier Gerald M cG hee__ ____Asst. Cashier  Directors C. V. McKinney S. V. McKinney M. L. McKinney  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 677,863.28 Loans on commodities__ 424,288.40 Overdrafts _ __________ 41.47 U. S. Gov’t obligations-- 1,507,851.88 Other bonds and securities 638.72 Furniture and fixtures.. 1.00 Cash and due from banks. 1,115,407.78  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________$ 100,000.00 Surplus f u n d __________ 50,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 23,007.93 Demand deposits_______ 1,928,787.18 Time deposits__________ 823,364.81 War loan deposits______ 199,202.90 Public fu n d s ___________ 568,607.39 Deposits of banks_______ 33,122.32 Total deposits$3,553,084.60  Total_______________ $3,726,092.53  Total_______________ $3,726,092.53  MERCANTILE BANK, JONESBORO Population, 11,729. Chartered January 7, 1932. Officers Alex. B e rg e r___ Chairman and Chas. D. Frierson------- Vice G. G. Smith-------------- Vice Nathan Deutsch_____ Vice R.  of Board President President President Pres, and Cashier W. Higginbotham__ Asst. Cashier  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 509,411.78 Loans on commodities__ 190,641.17 U. S. Gov’t obligations. _ 1,684,111.94 Other bonds and securities 202,940.44 Furniture and fixtures._ 6,400.00 Banking h ou se_________ 11,400.00 Cash and due from banks. 805,537.56  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $3,410,442.89  Craighead County Transit Number 81-72 Directors Alex. Berger Chas. D. Frierson Nathan Deutsch G. G. Smith  Liabilities Capital stock __________$ 150,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 50,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 60,662.80 Demand deposits_______ 1,977,387.80 Time deposits__________ 680,449.85 War loan deposits______ 190,527.83 Public fu n d s ___________ 270,429.66 Deposits of banks._____ 30,984.95 Total deposits$3,149,780.09 Total  $3,410,442.89  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  56  FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, JUDSONIA Population, 1,011. Chartered May 29, 1913.  White County Transit Number 81-549  Officers Dr. W. H. L. Woodyard___ President J. H. Graves_________ Vice President John A. Henson______ Vice President P. E. Bauer_________________ Cashier R. C. Willcox__________Asst. Cashier  Directors Dr. W. R. Felts O. C. Waller J. H. Graves Roy E. Waller John A. Henson Dr. W.H. L. Woodyard J. C. Rhew Edgar Wright  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 28,317.38 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 164,000.00 Other bonds and securities. 1,641.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking house___________ 2,500.00 Cash and due from banks._ 367,504.27  Liabilities Capital stock . $ 17,500.00 Surplus fund 17,500.00 Undivided profits 11,494.20 Demand deposits 469.032.70 23,857.18 Time deposits _ __ . Public funds 24,579.57 Total deposits .$517,469 .45  Total_________________ $563,963.65  Total  ..$563,963.65  UNION STATE BANK, JUNCTION CITY Population, 797.  Chartered August 28, 1933. Officers I. A. Brinker_____________ President H. M. Kinard------------Vice President P. E. Murphy..Vice Pres, and Cashier H. E. Kinard_________Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts______$ 43,128.52 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 174,782.50 Other bonds and securities. 9,873.28 800.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house___________ 4,500.00 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks. _ 280,616.87  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $513,702.17  Union County  Transit Number 81-232 I. A. Brinker O. H. Goodwin H. E. Kinard  Directors H. M. Kinard P. E. Murphy H. J. Williams  Liabilities Capital s to ck ___________ •_$ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 10,000.00 4,117.14 Undivided p r o fits ________ Reserves ________________ 1,851.50 Demand deposits_________ 371,227.86 Time deposits ___________ 40,501.49 War loan deposits________ 43,580.77 Public fun ds_____________ 17,423.41 Total deposits .$472,733.53 Total  $513,702.17  57  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  BANK OF KENSETT, KENSETT Population, 827.  White County  Chartered February 17, 1922. Transit Number 81-649 Officers A P. Mills------------------------- President John H. Johnston____ Vice President Mrs. Thelma Roth___________ Cashier Miss Dorothy Pryor___ Asst. Cashier  Directors John H. Johnston J. W. Sloan A. P. Mills  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 8,252.93 Overdrafts_______________ 2.68 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 10,000.00 Other bonds and securities249.25 950.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house___________ 3,850.00 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks__ 160,660.23 500.00 Other resources__________  Liabilities Capital s to ck * ___________ $ 17,500.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 3,076.38 Reserves ________________ 5.40 Demand deposits_________ 151,027.38 Time deposits___________ 3,713.18 Public funds ____________ 9,143.75 Total deposits _$163,884.31  Total_________________ $184,466.09  Total_________________ $184,466.09  * First preferred stock with par value of $8,400.00 and common stock with par value o f $9,100.00.  BANK OF KEO, KEO Population, 253. Chartered January 13, 1920. Officers W. F. Coleman____________ President A. B. Cobb___________ Vice President S. C. Cobb---------------- Vice President J. F. Coffman______________ Cashier Resources Loans and discounts______$ 13,976.00 Loans on commodities____ 1,700.00 Overdrafts ______________ .10 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 36,700.00 Other bonds and securities1,000.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Cash and due from banks__ 66,706.77 Other resources__________ 1.00 Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $120,084.87  Lonoke County Transit Number 81-631 A. B. Cobb J. D. Cobb S. C. Cobb  Directors J. F. Coffman W. F. Coleman  Liabilities Capital s to c k ____________ $ 15,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 5,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 1,346.08 Demand deposits_________ 80,391.42 Time deposits ___________ 2,100.00 Public fun ds_____________ 16,247.37 Total deposits _$ 98,738.79 Total  $120,084.87  58  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF KINGSTON, KINGSTON Population, 200.  Madison County  Chartered April 7, 1911. Officers A. B. Bunch_______________ President H. R. McCracken_____ Vice President Tom H a rgis_________ Vice President Wilson Bunch_______________ Cashier Wm. B. Bunch__________Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ U. S. Gov’t obligations___ Other bonds and securitiesFurniture and fixtures___ Banking house___________ Other real estate_________ Cash and due from banks__  Transit Number 81-467 A. B. Bunch Wm. B. Bunch Wilson Bunch  Directors Tom Hargis H. R. McCracken  21,545.00 66,300.00 14,000.00 150.00 300.00 2.00 83,029.59  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________$ 10,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 10,000.00 393.77 Undivided p ro fits ________ Reserves ________________ 1,497.63 Demand deposits_________ 116,875.94 Time deposits___________ 37,559.25 Public fu n d s_____________ 9,000.00 Total deposits -$163,435.19  Total—_______________ $185,326.59  Total_________________ $185,326.59  BANK OF LAKE VILLAGE, LAKE VILLAGE Population, 2,045. Chicot County Chartered October 14, 1937.  Transit Number 81-598 Directors James Hammond W. C. Lovette R. H. Meyer  Officers Dr. B. C. Clark____________ President R. H. Meyer__________Vice President E. T. Cashion_______________ Cashier Catherine W o ffo r d ___ Asst. Cashier James S u itt___________Asst. Cashier  Ben Angel E. T. Cashion Dr. B. C. Clark J. B. Gillison  Resources Loans and discounts----- $ Loans on commodities— U. S. Gov’t obligations— Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures __ Banking h ou se------------Cash and due from banks.  186,769.64 124,195.09 329,870.26 22,050.00 1,500.00 14,000.00 667,151.90  Liabilities Capital stock ___________ $ 50.000.00 35,000.00 Surplus f u n d __________ Undivided p r o fit s ______ 13,786.18 Demand deposits_______ 888,603.85 Time deposits__________ 90,147.89 War loan deposits______ 108,808.26 Public fu n d s ___________ 159,190.71 Total deposits$l,246,750.71  Total________________ $1,345,536.89  Total________________ $1,345,536.89   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  59  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  CITIZENS BANK OF LAVACA, LAVACA Population, 340.  Sebastian County  Chartered May 5, 1910. Transit Number 81-378 Officers Sam E. West______________ President J. S. Coffman_________Vice President Warren W e s t_______________ Cashier I. H. Fielder_____________ Secretary  Directors J. S. Coffman Warren West I. H. Fielder W. D. West, Jr. Sam E. West  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 31,072.60 U. S. Gov’t obligations----- 75,728.75 Other bonds and securities. 10,791.89 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking house___________ 1,010.00 Cash and due from banks._ 143,595.36  Liabilities Capital sto ck * ___________ $ 15,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 3,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 1,715.95 Reserves ________________ 4,169.48 Demand deposits_________ 183,408.06 Time deposits___________ 10,153.96 War loan deposits________ 20,481.00 Public fun ds_____________ 24,271.15 Total deposits .$238,314.17  $262,199.60  Total  $262,199.60  Total  * First preferred stock with par value of $3,000.00 and common stock with par value of $12,000.00.  LITTLE RIVER BANK, LEPANTO Population, 1,198.  Poinsett County  Chartered November 21, 1919.  Transit Number 81-622  Officers D. F. Portis----------------------President B. H. Murphy_________Vice President A. T. Bell___________________ Cashier Mrs. R. L. White_____ Asst. Cashier  A. T. Bell E. P. Burton Wayne Eason B. H. Murphy  Resources Loans and discounts______$161,737.36 Loans on commodities_____ 118,793.54 Overdrafts ______________ 450.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 201,200.00 Other bonds and securities. 1,842.50 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Cash and due from banks. _ 301,519.20 Other resources__________ 219.03  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 25,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 18,473.99 Demand deposits_________ 572,947.86 Time deposits___________ 10,830.27 War loan deposits________ 38,292.14 Public fun ds_____________ 95,218.37 Total deposits .$717,288.64  Total__________________ $785,762.63  Total__________________ $785,762.63   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Directors D. F. Portis J. C. Portis Oscar Weems  60  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  PEOPLES BANK AND LOAN COMPANY, LEWISVILLE Population, 1,314. LaFayette County Chartered August 25, 1911.  Transit Number 81-475  Officers W. D. Stewart------------------- President J. B. Burton J. B. Burton------------- Vice President P. D. Burton T. P. LeMay------------ Vice President J. C. Landes J . C. Landes-------------------------- Cashier Resources Loans and discounts_$*50,999.68 Loans on commodities_____ 4,000.00 216.14 Overdrafts ______________ U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 296,200.00 Other bonds and securities 93,045.47 Furniture and fixtures____ 1,361.50 Banking house______ 3,375.00 Other real estate____ 3.00 Cash and due from banks__ 305.147.55 Other resources_____ 2,408.78 T otal__________________ $756,757.12  Directors T. P. LeMay W. D. Stewart  Liabilities Capital s to c k ____________ $ 30,000.00 Surplus fu n d _____________ 15,000.00 Undivided p r o fits _________ 10,383.33 Demand deposits_________ 473,138.00 Time deposits_____________ 84,956.20 War loan deposits_________ 58,342.39 Public fun ds______________ 84,937.20 Total deposits__$701,373.79  T otal__________________ $756,757.12  BANK OF LINCOLN, LINCOLN Population, 720. Washington County Chartered March 19, 1903.  Transit Number 81-384  Officers W. T. Shannon_____________ President J. A. English_________ Vice President B. J. Basden________________ Cashier  Directors E. W. Baugh R H. Pitts J. A. English W. T. Shannon Herbert A. Lewis  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 89,120.52 Loans on commodities____ 12,896.82 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 96,560.00 Other bonds and securities 47,319.12 Furniture and fixtures----360.00 Banking house___________ 300.00 Other real estate_________ 2.00 Cash and due from banks-_ 163,124.96 Other resources--------------544.11  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 5,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 10,645.28 Demand deposits_________ 303,642.05 Time deposits___________ 52,211.74 Public fun ds_____________ 13,728.46 Total deposits__$369,582.25  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $410,227.53  Total  $410,227.53  61  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  METROPOLITAN TRUST COMPANY, LITTLE ROCK (Not engaged in commercial banking) Population, 88,039. Pulaski County Chartered June 5, 1925. Transit Number 81Officers Directors Justin M atthews__________ President Louise Cole Justin Matthews, Jr. Justin Matthews, Jr-----Vice President John P. Matthews Somers Matthews Somers Matthews_________ Treasurer Justin Matthews John P. Matthews__________ Secretary Resources Loans and discounts______$ 93,530.26 Other bonds and securities 128,442.39 Furniture and fixtures___ 5.00 Other real estate_________ 64,962.81 Cash and due from banks-_ 18,329.06 Other resources__________ 269,780.74  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $250,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 25,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 27,864.08 R eserves________________ 3,459.38 Other liabilities__________ 268,726.80  Total__________________ $575,050.26  T otal__________________ $575,050.26  W. B. WORTHEN COMPANY, BANKERS, LITTLE ROCK Population, 88,039. Pulaski County Chartered August 4, 1902. Transit Number 81-7 Officers Directors Emmet Morris____ Chairman of Board Wm. C. Allsopp Emmet Morris James H. Penick___________President W. Robert Crow J. H. Penick George G. Worthen___ Vice President L. E. Dishongh John G. Potts John G. Potts__________ Vice President G.DeMatt Henderson Booker Worthen James Keith___________Vice President Alfred Leymer Geo. G. Worthen H. M. Crowe___________Vice President L. E. Dishongh_V. Pres, and Cashier G. A. Zimmerman_____ Asst. Cashier Booker Worthen-------------Asst. Cashier Gardner Lile___________ Asst. Cashier Dan M. Murphy__ ______Asst. Cashier E. C. Conner___________ Asst. Cashier M. L. Hogan____________Asst. Cashier M. S. Heim_____________Asst. Cashier Melvin Lawson_________ Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 3,296,902.86 Loans on commodities-130,789.54 Overdrafts____________ 137.22 U. S. Gov’t obligations-- 23,252,956.99 Other bonds and sec’ties 2,923,869.95 Furnituure and fixtures 114,900.00 Banking h ou se________ 150,000.00 Other real estate---------11,897.48 Cash and due from banks 13,324,973.75 Other resources---------79,296.20  Liabilities Capital stock*_________ ! 645,000.00 Surplus fu n d __________ 425,000.00 Undivided p rofits______ 115,945.54 Reserves _____________ 172,638.74 Demand deposits______ 17,006,571.32 Time deposits_________ 6,100,700.39 War loan deposits______ 2,430,136.81 Public fu n d s__________ 6,230,462.61 Deposits of banks______ 10,157,448.88 Total dep. $41,925,320.01 Other liabilities_______  T o ta l_______________ $43,285,723.99  1,819.70  T o ta l_______________ $43,285,723.99 of  * First preferred stock with par value o f $270,000.00 ; Second preferred stock with pah value $250,000.00 and common stock with par value o f $125,000.00.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  62  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF LOCKESBURG, LOCKESBURG Population, 764. Chartered October 14, 1902.  Sevier County Transit Number 81-385  Officers M. L. Norwood_____________ President A. P. Boyce___________Vice President R. C. Norwood_______________ Cashier Mrs. R. C. Norwood____ Asst. Cashier  Directors A. P. Boyce M. L. Norwood Mary F. Hampson R. C. Norwood Hugh Latimer  Resources Loans and discounts---------$ 29,896.50 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 31,050.00 Other bonds and securities 12,019.09 Furniture and fixtures___ 200.00' Banking house___________ 2,200.00 Cash and due from banks__ 165,839.40  Liabilities Capital stock *___________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 2,800.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 2,631.28 Demand deposits__________ 172,213.60 Time d eposits___________ 22,277.41 Public fu n d s_____________ 16,282.70 Total deposits--$210,773.71  T ota l__________________ $241,204.99  T otal__________________ $241,204.99  * First preferred stock with par value of $12,500.00 and common stock with par value of $12,500.00.  FIRST STATE BANK, LONOKE Population, 1,715. Chartered March 9, 1935.  Lonoke County Transit Number 81-200  Directors Officers M. E. Lyons Chas. A. Miller____________ President H. E. Benton W. H. Bransford______Vice President W. H. Bransford W. W. McCrary, Jr. Chas. A. Miller J. J. Fletcher J. J. Fletcher____________________VicePresident Guy E. Williams Neill F letch er______________ Cashier Neill Fletcher Arthur Herring------------Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts______$ 56,684.96 Loans on commodities___ 25,000.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 99,100.00 Other bonds and securities 6,000.00 1.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house __________ 3,000.00 Cash and due from banks_ 653,332.02 Total  .$843,117.98  Liabilities Capital stock *___________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 5,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 17,162.89 2,891.10 R eserves________________ Demand deposits_________ 647,000.95 Public fun ds_____________ 146,063.04 Total deposits__$793,063.99 Total  $843,117.98  First preferred stock with par value o f $10,000.00 and common stock with par value of $15,000.00.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  63  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  FARMERS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, MAGNOLIA Population, 4,326.  Columbia County  Chartered September 26, 1906.  Transit Number 81-163  Officers T. S. Grayson---------------- ---- President R. S. Warnock, Jr_____ Vice President J. B. Lee------------------------------- Cashier H. A. Reid___________ Asst. Cashier  Directors R. S. Foster W. L. Paschal T. S. Grayson T. H. Reeves W. L. Jameson, Jr. H. A. Reid J. G. Langston J. A. W. Souter J. B. Lee R. S. Warnock, Jr.  Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 67,464.76 Loans ond commodities_ 35,700.00 Overdrafts_____________ 75.81 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 2,127,040.37 Other bonds and securities 311,129.26 Furniture and fixtures__ 2,500.00 Banking h ou se_________ 14,000.00 Other real estate________ 42.00 Cash and due from banks 908,059.91  Liabilities Capital stock ___________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 65,000.00 Undivided p rofits_______ 32,788.69 Demand deposits_______ 2,583,715.05 Time deposits__________ 422,457.12 War loan deposits_______ . 139,552.27 Public fu n d s ___________ 168,389.51 Deposits of banks_______ 4,109.47 Total dep___ $3,318,223.42  Total  $3,466,012.11  Total  $3,466,012.11  BANK OF MALVERN, MALVERN Population, 5,290. Chartered June 24, 1889. Officers Robert Smith, Jr___ Pres, and Cashier J. Elmo Young_______ Vice President R. R. Chamberlain____ Vice President Dr. W. S. Richardson.-Vice. President Jester Jones____________ Asst. Cashier Chas. S. Smith__________Asst. Cashier Miss Hester Smith______ Asst. Cashier Foy G. Ritchey_________ Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 124,850.15 Overdrafts_____________ 43.92 U. S. Gov’t obligations---- 1,095,239.61 Other bonds and securities 30,104.67 Furniture and fixtures__ 2,984.80 Banking h ou se_________ 2,725.00 ■Cash and due from banks 811,961.07  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $2,067,909.22  Hot Spring County Transit Number 81-131 Directors  Ray Boyle Chas. S. Smith R. R. Chamberlain Robert Smith, Jr. W. H. Cooper, Jr. J. Elmo Young Dr. W. S. Richardson  Liabilities Capital stock ___________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 25,000.00 Undivided p rofits_______ 40,953.28 Reserves ______________ 23,206.31 Demand deposits_______ 1,711,557.87 Time deposits__________ 92,497.90 Public fu n d s ___________ 112,690.58 Deposits of banks_______ 12,003.28 Total dep.___$1,928,749.63 Total  .$2,067,909.22  64  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  PEOPLES BANK, MAMMOTH SPRING Population, 666.  Fulton County  Chartered February 8, 1921. Officers J. F. Martin_______________ President Dell Brown___________Vice President Cloy H. Culver______________ Cashier  Transit Number 81-645 Dell Brown Cloy H. Culver J. F. Martin  Directors J. R. Martin I. M. Plumlee  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 8,480.73 Overdrafts ______________ 333.78 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 103,750.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 175.00 Banking house___________ 1,325.00 Cash ond due from banks-_ 273,295.27  Liabilities Capital s to c k ____________$ 10,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 6,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 4,982.86 Demand deposits_________ 358,725.39 Time deposits____________ 100.00 Public fun ds_____________ 7,551.53 Total deposits__$366,376.92  T ota l__________________ $387,359.78  T otal__________________ $387,359.78  BANK OF MANSFIELD, MANSFIELD Population, 1,002.  Sebastian County  Chartered February 16, 1939. Transit Number 81-249 Officers ____ President C. C. Graves-.Vice President R. A. Graves__ Vice President J. R. Hunter— ______ Cashier G. R. Holbrook Resources Loans and discounts---------$116,991.20 586,28 Overdrafts --------------------U. S. Gov’t obligations----- 345,000.00 Other bonds and securities 64,752.43 Cash and due from banks— 276,482.85  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $803,812.76  Gilmer Dixon C. C. Graves G. R. Holbrook  Directors J. R. Hunter G. G. Woods  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 30,000.00 Surplus fu n d ------------------ 21,500.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 10,455.13 Reserves ________________ 13,007.85 Demand deposits_________ 490,110.51 Time deposits____________ 173,091.96 War loan deposits________ 16,791.49 Public fu n d s_____________ 48,855.82 Total deposits__$728,849.78 Total  $803,812.76  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  65  FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, MARIANNA Population, 4,449. Chartered January 9, 1942.  Lee County Transit Number 81-744  Officers Dr. N. C. Hodge___________ President M. F. Apple___________ Vice President H. L. Petty________Executive V. Pres. Franklin L. Brown-----------------Cashier  Directors M. F. Apple Ike Panich Dr. N. C. Hodge H. L. Petty J. A. Kinard, Jr. Harvey Wilson G. W. Merrifield W. B. Yancey W. P. Mixon  Resources Loans and discounts-$141,947.08 Loans on commodities- 229,920.36 Overdrafts _ j.----------5.97 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 130,000.00 Furniture and fixtures-----2,812.63 Cash and due from banks. _ 202,038.71 Other resources_____ 50.00  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 7,500.00 8,197.41 Undivided p r o fits ________ Demand deposits_________ 397,854.93 Time deposits____________ 17,069.11 War loan deposits________ 71,266.92 Public fu n d s_____________ 133,927.80 Deposits of banks________ 20,958.58 Total deposits_$641,077.34  T otal__________________ $706,774.75  T otal__________________ $706,774.75  CITIZENS BANK, MARION Population, 758.  Crittenden County  Chartered March 15, 1938. Officers Perry Barton______________ President Ed Talbott____________ Vice President J. F. Fogleman______________ Cashier A. J. Lumpkin_________ Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts______$ 57,644.09 Loans on commodities____ 3,700.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations----- 363,000.00 Other bonds and securities 52,400.59 1,200.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house----------------3,150.00 Cash and due from banks— 482,298.98  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $963,393.66  Transit Number 81-742 Perry Barton Wilson Barton L. H. Carruth  Directors J. F. Fogleman Ed Talbott  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 40,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 10,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 3,575.11 Demand deposits_________ 704,373.32 Time deposits____________ 44,269.11 Public fun ds_____________ 145,758.63 Deposits of banks_________ 15,417.49 Total deposits_$909,818.55 Total  $963,393.66  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  66  MARKED TREE BANK, MARKED TREE Population, 2,685.  Poinsett County  Chartered March 3, 1932.  Transit Number 81-705  Officers W. B. Chapman___________ President John Brunner_____ Executive V. Pres L. V. Ritter-------------- Vice President A. F. Falk__________________ Cashier Dorothy Perry__________Asst. Cashier  Directors John Brunner H. C. Dewey W. B. Chapman L. V. Ritter Milton Craft  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ Loans on commodities__ Overdrafts-------------------U. S. Gov’t obligations.. Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures._ Banking h ou se-------------Cash and due from banks  Liabilities Capital stock .$ 25,000.00 Surplus fund 25,000.00 Undivided profits 18,090.38 Demand deposits 804,526.50 Time deposits 1,439.00 War loan deposits 72,791.25 Public funds 146,648.68 Deposits of banks 5,519.10 Total dep.___$l,030,924.53  124,201.51 150,905.00 372.70 412,152.88 17,614.45 1,104.04 1,350.00 391,314.33  Total  T o ta l________________ $1,099,014.91  ____ $1,099,014.91  THE CITIZENS BANK, MARSHALL Population, 822.  Searcy County.  Chartered February 26, 1940.  Transit Number 81-715  Officers Mrs. Mary Massey. .Pres, and Cashier J. C. Baker____________Vice President Aud Massey__________Vice President Jo T. Sanders_________ Asst. Cashier V. L. Massey_________ Asst. Cashier  Directors J. C. Baker Dewey Massey M. F. Cash Mary Massey Leonard Coffman Ancil Mays Aud Massey  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 78,441.21 Overdrafts ______________ 44.79 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 37,913.59 Other bonds and securities 1,866.74 Furniture and fixtures___ 1,093.50 Cash and due from banks.. 412,224.22  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 6,000.00 Undivided profits_________ 2,647.50 Demand deposits_________ 418,857.34 Time deposits____________ 20,762.02 Public fun ds_____________ 58,317.19 Total deposits__$497,936.55  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$531,584.05  Total  $531,584.05  67  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  BANK OF MARVELL, MARVELL Population, 830. Phillips County Chartered January 8, 1903.  Transit Number 81-393  Officers J. B. Swift________________ President F. H. Webster_______ Vice President Rachel S w ift________________ Cashier H. B. Willis__________ Asst. Cashier  Directors Edmund Hirsch J. B. Swift Weldon Jackson F. H. Webster Guy Robinson  Resources Leans and discounts_$101,672.23 Loans on commodities____ 1,025.00 2.52 Overdrafts ______________ U. S. Gov't obligations_ 100,500.00 Other bonds and securities 24,000.00 Furniture and fixtures____ 2,100.00 Banking house______ 4,750.00 Other real estate___ 1,304.25 Cash and due from banks. _ 167,532.86  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________$ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 17,500.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 7,760.18 Demand deposits_________ 324,789.12 Time deposits___________ 7,842.00 Public fu n d s_____________ 19,995.56 Total deposits__$352,626.68  T otal__________________ $402,886.86  Total J_________________ $402,886.86  BANK OF MeCRORY, McCRORY Population, 1,010. Chartered June 8, 1903.  Woodruff County Transit Number 81-261  Officers I. N. Arnof-------------------------President Vance M. Thompson__ Vice President J. F. Morgan------------- Vice President John E. Bryan______________ Cashier R. S. Taylor-------------- Asst. Cashier Ruth F ile s ___________ Asst. Cashier  Directors I. N. Arnof J. F. Morgan John E. Bryan Vance M. Thompson Roy D. Campbell  Resources Loans and discounts______$133,313.00 Loans on commodities_____ 7,000.00 Overdrafts ______________ 285.99 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 204,900.00 Other bonds and securities. 109,984.31 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking house___________ 1.00 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks._ 332,012.31  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 25,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 25,844.45 Reserves ________________ 3,000.00 Demand deposits_________ 559,391.22 War loan deposits________ 37,585.80 Public fun ds_____________ 111,677.14 Total deposits .$708,654.16  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $787,498.61  Total  $787,498.61  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  68  McGEHEE BANK, McGEHEE Population, 3,663. Desha County Chartered December 5, 1933. Officers E. S. Terral_______ President G. H. Linaker----------- Vice President R. G. Verser_________ Vice President W. E. Thompson____________ Cashier C. F. Sisco____________ Asst. Cashier J. W. Willoughby, Jr.__Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts___ $ Loans on commodities__ Overdrafts ------------------U. S. Gov’t obligations_ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures-Cash and due from banksOther resources------------  Transit Number 81-585 C. B. Bowman G. H. Linaker J. L. Parker B. F. Selman  Directors R. B. Stone E. S. Terral W. E. Thompson R. G. Verser  268,474.22 24,005.80 102.25 984,899.25 120,322.35 738.68 605,959.76 775.73  Liabilities Capital stock* _________$ 50,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 25,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 7,620.00 Reserves_______________ 15,000.00 Demand deposits_______ 1,356,948.91 Time deposits__________. 277,484.76 War loan deposits_______ 80,453.62 Public fu n d s ___________ 192,770.75 Total depositsfl,907,658.04  Total_______________ $2,005,278.04  Total_______________ $2,005,278.04  * First preferred stock with par value of $9,500.00 and common stock with par value of $40,500.00.  THE BANK OF MELBOURNE, MELBOURNE Population, 567.  Izard County  Chartered July 29, 1896. Transit Number 81-397 Officers G. H. Miller______________ President A. J. Younger________Vice President R. L. Blair_________________Cashier Marean P earson ______Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts______$ 26,404.60 Loans on commodities____ 80,400.00 Overdrafts --------------------148.75 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 124,350.00 Other bonds and securities8,823.44 Furniture and fixtures----440.00 Banking house --------------1,200.00 Cash and due from banks. 144,996.39 Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $386,763.18  R. G.  L. Blair H. Miller  Directors A. J. Younger  Liabilities Capital s to c k ____________ $ 15,000.00 4,800.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ Undivided p ro fits ________ 1,540.01 Reserves ________________ 135.80 Demand deposits_________ 285,732.12 War loan deposits________ 10,366.74 Public fu n d s_____________ 69,188.51 Total deposits .$365,287.37 Total.  $386,763.18  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  69  THE UNION BANK OF MENA, MENA Population, 3,510.  Polk County  Chartered July 25, 1934. W. J. Lauck W. A. Finks W. L. Boyd. Alvin Terry  Officers _____________ President ------------Vice President ---------------------- Cashier ------------- Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-98 W. L. Boyd W. J. Lauck  Directors Alvin Terry  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 179,292.43 Overdrafts _____________ 68.59 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 319,452.50 Other bonds and securities 79,842.96 Furniture and fixtures-_ 1,975.75 Banking h ou se_________ 9,150.00 Cash and due from banks- 413,336.32  Liabilities Capital stock* _________$ 50,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 10,000.00 14,982.08 Undivided p r o fit s ______ Reserves_______________ 2,850.00 Demand deposits_______ 707,962.38 Time deposits__________ 108,606.61 War loan deposits______ 68,773.75 Public fu n d s ___________ 39,943.73 Total deposits -$925,286.47  Total_______________ $1,003,118.55  Total_______________ $1,003,118.55  * First preferred stock with par value o f $18,600.00 and common stock with par value of $31,400.00.  MONETTE STATE BANK, MONETTE Population, 1,074.  Craighead County  Chartered December 29, 1936.  Transit Number 81-724  Officers M. L. McKinney___ _______ President S. V. McKinney______ Vice President Robert B raden______________ Cashier-  Directors C. V. McKinney S. V. McKinney M. L. McKinney  Resources Loans and discounts______$245,420.45 Loans on commodities___ 41,794.40 Overdrafts _ ____________ 306.17 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 253,045.31 Other bonds and securities2,016.81 Furniture and fixtures___ 1,777.93 Banking house___________ 3,500.00 Cash and due from banks_ 386,844.65  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 5,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 11,487.09 Demand deposits__________ 712,621.96 Time deposits____________ 56,432.65 War loan deposits------------ 75,930.16 Public fu n d s_____________ 48,233.86 Total deposits -$893,218.63  Total__________________ $934,705.72  Total__________________ $934,705.72   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  70  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  COMMERCIAL LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY, MONTICELLO Population, 3,650.  Drew County  Chartered November 29, 1912. Officers J. D. McCloy_____________ President M. L. Sigman________Vice President Joe McCloy_ .Vice Pres, and Cashier Mrs. Audrey Withers__Asst. Cashier  Resources Loans and discounts____ $ 50,305.82 Overdrafts _____________ 123.63 U. S. Gov’t obligations-- 193,750.00 Other bonds and securities 331,735.18 Furniture and fixtures_ 1,993.00 Banking h ou se_________ 8,500.00 Other real estate_______ 143.00 Cash and due from banks. 602,071.99 7,952.41 Other resources________  Transit Number 81-534  J. A. Baxter J. F. Brann L. W. Dillard B. A. Hardy E. R. Lambert J. D. McCloy  Directors Joe McCloy L. D. McQuiston John B. Posey M. L. Sigman V. J. Trotter, Jr. Lamar Williamson  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ $ 60,000.00 Surplus f u n d __________ 60,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 9,687.22 Reserves _ ____________ 20,000.00 Demand deposits_______ 817,916.68 Time deposits _________ 127,718.49 Public fu n d s ___________ 100,252.64 Deposits of banks______ 1,000.00 Total deposits$l,046,887.81 Total  Total_______________ $1,196,575.03  $1,196,575.03  UNION BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, MONTICELLO Population, 3,650.  Drew County  Chartered September 15, 1915.  Transit Number 81-156  Officers V. J. Trotter--------------------President A. T. Cotham------------- Vice President C. W. Daniel--VicePres, and Cashier J. E. Curry------------------- Asst. Cashier H. E. Wheless------------- Asst. Cashier Mrs. Virginia Pierce___ Asst. Cashier  Directors Geo. R. Campster Dr. M. Y. Pope A. T. Cotham R F. Trotter C. W. Daniel V. J.Trotter E. A. Lambert Adrain Williamson W. R. McCloy M. F. Wright W. H. Nunn  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ Loans on commodities__ Overdrafts _____________ U. S. Gov’t obligations_ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures-_ Banking h ou se_________ Cash and due from banks. Other resources________  246,871.43 5,703.94 604.90 616,500.00 821,467.54 1.00 5,000.00 622,024.51 19,860.09  Liabilities Capital stock __________ $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 75,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 42,051.41 Reserves _ ____________ 75,000.00 Demand deposits_______ 1,463,959.27 Time deposits__________ 310,741.37 War loan deposits_______ 104,865.76 Public fu n d s ___________ 159,765.10 Deposits of banks_______ 6,650.50 Total deposits$2,045,982.00  Total________________ $2,338,033.41  Total________________ $2,338,033.41   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  71  THE FIRST STATE BANK, MORRILTON Population, 4,608.  Conway County  Chartered November 26, 1930.  Transit Number 81-144  Officers R. H. Dickenhorst_________ President L. T. Oates___________ Vice President S. E. McReynolds____________Cashier C. E. Linebarger_______ Asst. Cashier W. M. Wallace________ Asst. Cashier Mrs. Clara L. Loh____ Asst. Cashier  Directors R. H. Dickenhorst S. R. McKinley R. M. Huie T. M. McReynolds S. J. Laux L. T. Oates J. L. Williams  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 292,859.34 Loans on commodities__ 302,471.65 Overdrafts _____________ 157.48 U. S. Gov't obligations-- 639,000.00 Other bonds and securities 38,717.92 Furniture and fixtures-_ 6,000.00 Other real estate_______ 5,000.00 Cash and due from banks- 1,328,677.83  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________$ 50,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 75,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 37,418.57 Reserves_______________ 6,000.00 Demand deposits_______ 2,075,121.94 Time deposits__________ 173,735.68 War loan deposits_____ 40,931.50 Public fu n d s ___________ 154,676.53 Total deposits$2,444,465.65  Total_______________ $2,612,884.22  Total_______________ $2,612,884.22  THE BANK OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MOUNT IDA Population, 490. Montgomery County Chartered November 26, 1930. Officers L. L. Beavers______________ President W. G. Whittington___ Vice President A. Standridge_______ Vice President John B eavers_______________ Cashier Resources Loans and discounts______$ 77,634.57 Overdrafts _ -----------------.50 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 158,315.88 Other bonds and securities. 7,710.30 2,650.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house----------------3,200.00 Cash and due from banks_ 269,249.00  Total  $518,760.25  Transit Number 81-404  John Beavers L. L. Beavers  Directors A. Standridge W. G. Whittington  Liabilities Capital sto ck * -----------------$ 15,000.00 5,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ Undivided p r o fits ________ 1,691.92 Reserves ________________ 6,458.56 Demand deposits_________ 358,942.58 Time deposits ___________ 54,760.85 War loan deposits________ 25,000.00 Public fu n d s_____________ 51,906.34 Total deposits .$490,609.77 Total.  $518,760.25  * First preferred stock with par value of $9,200.00 and common stock with par value of $5,800.00.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  72  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THE PEOPLES BANK, MOUNTAIN HOME Population, 927. Baxter County Chartered August 10, 1906. Officers J. W. Bennett_____________President M. E. Curlee__________Vice President Lon J on es__________________ Cashier W. N. Baker__________ Asst. Cashier Roy Bodenhamer_____ Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-402 J. W. Bennett M. E. Curlee Nat T. Dyer  Directors Lon Jones J. P. Morgan  Resources Loans and discounts___ ! 5 67,849.12 Overdrafts _ __________ 369.59 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 250,300.00 Other bonds and securities 204.85 720.00 Furniture and fixtures_ Banking h ou se _________ 2,800.00 Other real estate_______ 2.00 Cash and due from banks- 1,146,419.02  Liabilities Capital stock __________$ 25,000.00 25,000.00 Surplus fund __________ Undivided p r o fit s ______ 8,589.85 Demand deposits________ 1,281,512.71 Public fu n d s ___________ 120,908.74 Deposits of banks_______ 7,653.28 Total deposits$l,410,074.73  Total_______________ $1,468,664.58  Total_______________ $1,468,664.58  BANK OF MOUNTAIN VIEW, MOUNTAIN VIEW Population, 745. Stone County Chartered July 21, 1915. Transit Number 81-403 Officers N. C. Maxey_____________ President H. R. Case__________ Vice President A. A. Lancaster_____________ Cashier M. M. Lancaster_______Asst. Cashier  Directors H. R. Case Von R. Rosa A. A. Lancaster J. T. Smith N. C. Maxey  Resources Loans and discounts---------$ 27,898.86 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 94,875.00 Furniture and fixtures----100.00 Banking house___________ 1,000.00 Cash and due from banks_ 275,329.97  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ------------------ 10,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 2,765.24 Demand deposits_________ 312,432.86 Public fun ds_____________ 49,005.73 Total deposits -$361,438.59  Total__________________ $399,203.83  Total__________________ $399,203.83   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  73  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  BANK OF MULBERRY, MULBERRY Population, 973.  Crawford County  Chartered January 15, 1902. Transit Number 81-257 Officers S. B. Stevinson___________ President Horace W agner______ Vice President T. J. House_________________ Cashier Mrs. T. J. House________Asst. Cashier  C. R. Counts J. M. Farmer T. J. House  Directors J. D. Jackson S. B. Stevinson Horace Wagner  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 80,460.26 Loans on commodities_____ 3,600.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 133,600.00 Other bonds and securities- 18,456.80 Furniture and fixtures___ 600.00 Banking house___________ 250.00 Other real estate_________ 4.00 Cash and due from banks_ 213,706.62 Other resou rces_________ 277.50  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 10,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 8,939.65 Demand d ep osits________ 348,100.26 Time d eposits___________ 9,134.36 War loan deposits________ 24,814.68 Public funds ____________ 24,966.23 Total deposits -$407,015.53  T otal__________________ $450,955.18  T otal__________________ $450,955.18  PIKE COUNTY BANK, MURFREESBORO Population, 835.  Pike County  Chartered December 19, 1904.  Transit Number 81-405  Officers T. F. Alford----------------------President J. N. Hipp__________________ Cashier C. H. Rutherford_____ Asst. Cashier  T. F. Alford J. N. Hipp  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 12,874.71 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 206,200.00 Other bonds and securities. 6,916.58 Furniture and fixtures___ 1.00 Banking h o u s e __________ 1,200.00 Other real estate_________ 6.00 Cash and due from banks. 277,528.35  Liabilities Capital s to c k ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 8,500.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 11,294.99 Demand deposits ________ 388,358.31 Time d eposits___________ 7,141.16 Public funds ____________ 64,432.18 Total deposits .$459,931.65  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $504,726.64  Total  Directors Mrs. Delia Pinnix M. G. Terrell  $504,726.64  74  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF NETTLETON, NETTLETON Population, 909.  Craighead County  Chartered February 13, 1904.  Transit Number 81-406  Officers L. D. Kiech_______________ President Fred Shauver_________Vice President E. E. Hale_________________ Cashier R. E. Thomas_________Asst. Cashier  E. E. Hale E. C. Kiech H. C. Kiech  Resources Loans and discounts-$242,379.30 Loans on commodities_ 140,200.00 Overdrafts _ ____________ 1.71 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 326,500.00 Other bonds and securities- 62,000.00 Furniture and fixtures__ 220.00 Banking house __________ 1,080.00 Cash and due from banks- 202,652.99  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 40,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 30,000.00 7,228.53 Undivided p r o fits ________ Demand deposits ________ 797,487.47 Time d eposits___________ 29,664.04 Public funds ____________ 70,653.96 Total deposits -$897,805.47  Total________________ $975,034.00  Total________________ $975,034.00  Directors L. D. Kiech Fred Shauver  BANK OF NEW EDINBURG, NEW EDINBURG Population, 500.  Cleveland County  Chartered August 22, 1904. Officers E. T. Attwood____________ President C. B. Attwood________Vice President Ray A ttw ood _______________ Cashier Resources Loans and discounts---------$ U. S. Gov’t obligations,___ Other bonds and securitiesFurniture and fixtures__ Banking house __________ Cash and due from banks-  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  36,245.67 64,850.80 20,912.81 350.00 150.00 81,290.97  $203,800.25  Transit Number 81-408 C. B. Attwood E. T. Attwood Ray Attwood  Directors W. F. Attwood G. E. Marks  Liabilities --------------- $ 12,500.00 Capital stock Surplus fu n d ____________ 11,500.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 1,018.92 Demand d ep osits________ 132,551.75 Time deposits___________ 24,129.11 Public funds ____________ 21,200.47 Deposits of banks________ 900.00 Total deposits -$178,781.33 Total  $203,800.25  75  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  THE TWIN CITY BANK, NORTH LITTLE ROCK Population, 21,137. Chartered March 21, 1935.  Pulaski County Transit Number 81-54 Directors Henry O. Topf  Officers Henry 0. Topf____________ President R. J. Rice__ Vice Pres, and Cashier W. J. McDermott_____ Asst. Cashier  Tom F. Digby R. J. Rice  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 416,330.36 Loans on commodities.55,200.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 2,318,338.82 Other bonds and securities 134,615.25 3,000.00 Furniture and fixtures_ Banking house ________ 22,500.00 Cash and due from banks. 1,213,903.61 Other resources _______ 413.56  Liabilities Capital stock* ________$ 100,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 40,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 24,676.97 Reserves _ ____________ 12,000.00 Demand deposits ______ 3,242,299.78 Time deposits _________ 222,712.75 Public funds __________ 522,612.10 Total deposits$3,987,624.63  Total______________ $4,164,301.60  Total______________ $4,164,301.60  * First preferred stock with par value of $42,000.00 and common stock with par value of $58,000.00.  MISSISSIPPI COUNTY BANK, OSCEOLA Population, 3,226. Mississippi County Chartered March 15, 1928.  Transit Number 81-387  Officers C. B. Wood-----------------------President G. H. Florida_________Vice President S. G. Lockhart______________ Cashier Vivian Scurlock_______Asst. Cashier  G. H. Florida Abe Liverant S. G. Lockhart  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 313,139.06 Loans on commodities._ 176,650.00 Overdrafts _ __________ 11,053.44 U. S. Gov’t obligations._ 126,900.00 Other bonds and securities 19,500.00 Furniture and fixtures_ 943.50 Banking house ________ 1.00 Other real estate_______ 1.00 Cash and due from banks. 1,791,616.63  Liabilities Capital stock --------------$ 75,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 50,000.00 Undivided profits _____ 11,543.01 Reserves _ ___________ 4,454.40 Demand deposits ______ 1,932,267.95 Time deposits _________ 179,538.09 War loan deposits______ 87,711.22 Public funds __________ 99,289.96 Total deposits$2,298,807.22  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $2,439,804.63  Total  Directors H. F. Ohlendorf C. B. Wood  $2,439,804.63  76  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF OZARK, OZARK Population, 1,402. Chartered June 9, 1937.  Franklin CountyTransit Number 81-727  Officers W. A. Hudspeth___ Pres, and Cashier Frank N. Johnston___ Vice President  Directors W. A. Hudspeth Jeta Taylor Frank N. Johnston Romie Wilson  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 73,008.59 Overdrafts ______________ 467.34 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 240,579.32 Other bonds and securities9,145.95 400.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking h o u se __________ 3,600.00 Cash and due from banks- 361,927.48  Liabilities Capital stock _ _$ 25,000.00 Surplus fund _ _ _ 10,000.00 Undivided profits _____ 1,448.98 Demand deposits _ _ __ . 556,492.90 Public funds _ . 95,686.80 Total deposits .$652,179.70 Other liabilities Total  Total________________ $689,128.68  500.00 $689,128.68  THE SECURITY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, PARAGOULD Population, 7,079.  Greene County  Chartered February 5, 1931.  Transit Number 81-82  Officers Jas. W. Alexander________ President Sam McHaney________Vice President E. R. Browning_____________ Cashier Emily M eiser_________Asst. Cashier  Directors Jas. W. Alexander Sam McHaney E. R. Browning L. G. Staub W. E. Ellington Ike Willcockson J. C. Honey J. E. Winn R. V. McCoy  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ Loans on commodities-Overdrafts ______________ U. S. Gov’t obligations_ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures_ Banking house ________ Cash and due from banks.  Liabilities Capital stock _________$ 50,000.00 Surplus f u n d __________ 50,000.00 31,173.43 Undivided p r o fit s ______ Reserves _ ____________ 4,456.00 Demand deposits --------- 903,791.82 Time deposits _________ 320,116.20 War loan deposits______ 98,053.55 Public funds __________ 232,572.13 Deposits of banks______ 5,060.91 Total deposits$l,559,594.61  324,591.55 168,700.00 21.81 306,372.12 168,964.58 2,095.61 16,000.00 709,700.75  Other liabilities________ Total_______________ $1,696,446.42   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  1,222.38  Total_______________ $1,696,446.42  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  77  BANK OF PARKDALE, PARKDALE Population, 278. Ashley CountyChartered February 1, 1910. Transit Number 81-416 Officers R. G. Williams__ *_________ President J. H. Caldwell________Vice President J. P. Caldwell______________ Cashier  D ir p p fn r Q  J. H. Caldwell J. A. Williams  R. G. Williams  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 53,762.58 Overdrafts _ ____________ 133.13 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 36,100.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 617.85 Cash and due from banks. 147,557.90  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 15,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 20,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 17,946.14 Reserves" -----------------------1,000.00 Demand d eposits________ 150,553.09 Time deposits___________ 21,378.01 Public funds ____________ 12,294.22 Total deposits .$184,225.32  Total________________ $238,171.46  Total________________ $238,171.46  FIRST STATE BANK, PARKIN Population, 1,412. Chartered June 5, 1925.  Cross County Transit Number 81-676  Officers H. L. Coldren_____________ President R. M. Lake___________ Vice President Mrs. G. D. Baker----------------- Cashier Mrs. Ida M. Williams..Asst. Cashier  Directors Mrs. G. D. Baker R. M. Lake F. E. Brenner N. E. Thomas H. L. Coldren  Resources Loans and discounts-$107,028.81 Loans on commodities___ 5,050.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 55,700.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1,850.00 Banking house __________ 1,490.00 Other real estate___ 627.44 Cash and due from banks. 355,861.57 Other resou rces____ 270.24  Liabilities Capital stock ___________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund ----------------- 10,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 5,151.54 Demand d ep osits________ 451,567.47 Time deposits___________ 1,100.00 War loan deposits________ J ,'731.25 Public funds ____________ 27,148.37 Total deposits .$487,547.09 Other liabilities _________  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$527,878.06  Total.  179.43 $527,878.06  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  78  BANK OF PEA RIDGE, PEA RIDGE Population, 72. Chartered May 6, 1911.  Benton County Transit Number 81-468  Officers W. T. Patterson___ Pres, and Cashier R. B. Patterson________Vice President Alvin A rm strong---------Asst. Cashier  Loyd Patterson R. B. Patterson  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 70,562.36 Overdrafts ______________ 48.75 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 2,500.00 Other bonds and securities 3,088.56 Furniture and fixtures___ 350.00 900.00 Banking house __________ Cash and due from banks__ 86,774.05  Liabilities Capital sto ck *___________$ 15,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 5,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 4,454.77 Demand d ep osits_________ 108,415.55 Time deposits___________ 15,831.20 Public funds ____________ 15,522.20 Total deposits -$139,768.95  $164,223.72  Total  Directors W. T. Patterson  Total  $164,223.72  * First preferred stock with par value of $8,000.00 and common stock with par value of $7,000.00.  PIGGOTT STATE BANK, PIGGOTT Population, 2,034. Chartered March 10, 1930. V. H. F. J.  Officers C. Wright____________ President C. Robbins_________Vice President H. Thornton_____________ Cashier W. Harris__________Asst. Cashier  Clay County Transit Number 81-698 Directors J. W. Hamilton H. C. Robbins H. F. Leggett F. H. Thornton P. M. Pfeiffer V. C. Wright G. Will Reves  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 128,680.05 Loans on commodities_ 2,000.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations- 559,705.00 Other bonds and securities 61,440.00 Furniture and fixtures-1.00 Banking house ________ 5,000.00 Cash and due from banks- 450,930.82 Other resources _______ .50  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ $ 30,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 30,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 16,300.68 Demand deposits __ :__ 818,042.60 Time deposits _________ 59,379.70 War loan deposits______ 73,475.87 Public funds __________ 180,558.52 Total deposits$l,131,456.69  Total________________ $1,207,757.37  Total________________ $1,207/757.37   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  79  FIRST STATE BANK, PLAINVIEW Population, 704.  Yell County  Chartered January 12, 1934.  Transit Number 81-243  Officers W. B. Clement-.. ____ President Donald Barger __ -Vice President .Vice President L. C. Breashears R. L. Elliott____ Vice President Joe H a s le r____ _______Cashier Mrs. Elton Cook-_Asst. Cashier  Directors P. V. George Bill Aikman C. B. Law L. C. Breashears S. W. Lofland Willie Caviness M. A. Vandover Walter Caviness C. Wyss W. B. Clement R. L. Elliott  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 56,938.59 Loans on commodities_ 38,000.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 407,979.46 Other bonds and securities 74,970.02 Furniture and fixtures-_ 1,560.00 Banking house ________ 3,225.00 540.44 Other real estate---------Cash and due from banks. 513,910.53 Other resources________ 347.76  Liabilities Capital stock — $ 40,000.00 20,000.00 Surplus fund 18,282.29 Undivided profits 787,775.23 Demand deposits __ 39,164.30 Time deposits 48,933.45 War loan deposits 143,154.91 Public funds Total deposits$l,019,027.89 Other liabilities _  Total_______________ $1,097,471.80  161.62  Total_______________ $1,097,471.80  BANK OF POCAHONTAS, POCAHONTAS Population, 3,028. Randolph County Chartered October 31, 1903. Transit Number 81-297 Officers Dr. J. W. Brown_____ _____ President Tom B ig g e r_________ -Vice President A. L. Wright_________ Vice President R. R. Hosey__________ ______ Cashier  Directors F. E. Belford R. R. Hosey Tom Bigger A. L. Wright Dr. J. W. Brown  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 189,444.79 Loans on commodities._ 5,100.00 Overdrafts _ --------------424.40 U. S. Gov’t obligations.. 368,225.00 Other bonds and securities 13,218.35 Furniture and fixtures_ 2,900.00 Cash and due from banks. 846,932.64  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus f u n d __________ 30,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ______ 8,743.75 Demand deposits ______ 1,070,468.40 Time deposits _________ 24,115.94 War loan deposits______ 100,495.63 Public funds __________ 134,835.35 Deposits of banks______ 7,586.11 Total deposits$l,337,501.43  Total________________ $1,426,245.18   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total________________ $1,426,245.18  80  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THE PEOPLES BANK, PORTLAND Population, 518. Ashley County Chartered January 22, 1908. Transit Number 81-248 Officers A. J. Gregory__Chairman of Board and President J. W. Brown________________ Cashier H. H. N aff---------------- Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts---------$101,536.79 Loans on commodities___ 200.00 Overdrafts --------------------33.02 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 40,700.00 Other bonds and securities. 4,000.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 1,000.00 Other real estate________ 1,019.65 Cash and due from banks_ 184,347.46  J. W. Brown A. J. Gregory  Directors H. H. Naff  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 40,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 16,225.94 Reserves ________________ 18.02 Demand d ep osits________ 199,746.06 Time deposits___________ 30,446.83 Public funds ____________ 21,387.45 Total deposits _$251,580.34 Other liabilities_________  Total________________ $332,836.92  12.62  T o t a l ....____________ $332,836.92  PORTLAND BANK, PORTLAND Population, 518. Ashley County Chartered April 23, 1900.  Transit Number 81-247  Officers J. W. Pugh_______________ President Felix Pugh _________ Vice President C. E. Larrison_______________ Cashier H. L. Cowling__________Asst. Cashier  Directors H. C. Cockerham Joe Pugh Felix Pugh J. W. Pugh Gus Pugh  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 34,958.74 Loans on commodities___ 8,400.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 172,243.93 Other bonds and securities. 22,777.40 Furniture and fixtures___ 1,300.00 Banking h o u se --------------2,100.00 Other real estate-------------1,304.63 Cash and due from banks. 419,542.76 Other resou rces-------------1.00  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 20,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 50,000.00 Undivided p r o f it s _______ 22,927.86 Reserves ________________ 7,000.00 Demand deposits ________ 460,818.01 Time deposits ____________ 100,715.01 Public funds ____________ 1,167.58 Total deposits .$562,700.60  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $662,628.46  Total  $662,628.46  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  81  CITIZENS BANK, POTTSYILLE Population, 308. Chartered August 13, 1913. Officers D. H. Rackley------------------ President W. H. Rankin_________Vice President G. C. Owens_______________ Cashier Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 15,561.20 Loans on commodities___ 3,300.00 Overdrafts _ ---------- -------5.73 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 43,000.00 Other bonds and securities17.60 Furniture and fixtures___ 100.00 Banking house __________ 600.00 Other real estate________ 912.00 Cash and due from banks. 84,649.02 .$148,145.55  Total.  Pope County Transit Number 81-551 G. C. Owens D. H. Rackley  Directors W. H. Rankin  Liabilities Capital stock* __________ $ 20,000.00 1,180.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ Demand deposits ________ 94,689.33 War loan deposits_______ 20,209.88 Public funds ______________ 12,066.34 Total deposits .$126,965.55  Total  $148,145.55  * First preferred stock with par value of $12,500.00 and common stock with par value of $7,500.00.  THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, PRAIRIE GROVE Population, 887. Washington County Chartered August 29, 1904.  Transit Number 81-256  Officers R. D. Bogart____________ President E. C. Carl___________Vice President D. E. Rieff_________________ Cashier  Directors R. D. Bogart J. C. Parks E. C. Carl W. E. N. Phillips Dr. Will H. Mock D. E. Rieff  Resources Loans and discounts---------$127,216.59 Overdrafts _ ____________ 15.74 U. S. Gov’t obligations----- 137,400.00 Other bonds and securities. 41,992.08 Furniture and fixtures----1.00 Banking house --------------1,500.00 Cash and due from banks— 251,941.17  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 30,000.00 Surplus fu n d --------------- — 7,500.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 17,956.54 Demand deposits ______411,311.22 Time deposits___________ 73,543.10 Public funds ____________ 19,755.72 Total deposits .$504,610.04  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $560,066.58  Total.  $560,066.58  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF PRESCOTT, PRESCOTT Population, 3,177.  Nevada County-  Chartered August 10, 1904.  Transit Number 81-140  Officers Thos. C. McRae, Jr_________ President T. M. Bemis_________ Vice President Wren S cott_________________ Cashier W. R. Hambright______ Asst. Cashier Qi J. Stephenson_______ Asst. Cashier  Directors D. K. Bemis Wren Scott T. M. Bemis C. H. Tompkins Thos. C. McRae, Jr W. V. Tompkins C. D. McSwain Sam T. White  Resources Loans and discounts_____$ Loans on commodities__ U. S. Gov’t obligations_ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures__ Banking h ou se _________ Other real estate-----------Cash and due from banks Other resources------------  Liabilities Capital stock*__________$ 97,500.00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 16,000.00 Undivided p rofits_______ 3,697.44 Reserves_______________ 24,628.22 Demand deposits________ 1,617,511.69 Time deposits__________ 245,873.50 Public fu n d s ___________ 121,643.50 Total dep___ $1,985,028.69  104,896.73 27,900.00 915,173.44 193,610.97 5,200.00 12,300.00 2.00 852,708.21 15,063.00  T o t a l________________ $2,126,854.35  T o ta l________________ $2,126,854.35  * First preferred stock with par value of $60,000.00 and common stock with par value of $37,500.00.  BANK OF QUITMAN, QUITMAN Population, 393.  Cleburne County  Chartered August 15, 1903.  Transit Number 81-424  Officers W. H. McNair______________ President J. A. Bailey Ben F. Clark___ V. Pres, and Cashier Ben F. Clark Corine Clark Edith Ellis_____________________ Asst.Cashier N‘. H. Tarver___________________ Asst.Cashier  W. H. McNair N. H. Tarver  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 94,695.52 Loans on commodities------- 104,500.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 73,000.00 Other bonds and securities 44,957.68 Furniture and fixtures----1.00 Banking house___________ 1.00 Other real estate------------2.00 Cash and due from banks. _ 153,561.67  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund _•___________ 5,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 9,178.25 Demand deposits__________ 413,194.18 Time deposits____________ 1,502.26 Public fun ds_____________ 16,844.18 Total deposits__$431,540.62  T o ta l___________________ $470,718.87  T o ta l___________________ $470,718.87   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  83  THE BANK OF RECTOR, RECTOR Population, 1,736.  Clay County  Chartered November 15, 1930.  Transit Number 81-173  Officers  Directors J. A. Marlar E. M. Purcell  J. C. Hardin_______________ President J. A. Marlar__________Vice President O. A. Harper_______________ Cashier Claudia Justus_________Asst. Cashier  Ollie Bearden J. C. Hardin T. C. Justus  Resources Loans and discounts______$152,005.24 Loans on commodities_____ 48,664.72 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 226,600.00 Other bonds and securities 15,130.96 1,253.95 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house___________ 6,000.00 Cash and due from banks-_ 296,035.82  Liabilities Capital stock *___________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 6,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 10,738.20 Reserves ________________ 5,000.00 Demand deposits ________ 603,088.75 War loan deposits________ 53,115.48 Public fun ds_____________ 42,748.26 Total deposits-_$698,952.49  T ota l__________________ $745,690.69  T ota l_______ ___________ $745,690.69  * First preferred stock with par value of $11,500.00 and common stock with par value of $13,500.00.  FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, REYNO Population, 346.  Randolph County  Chartered December 8, 1911. Transit Number 81-427 Officers F. E. Belford_____________President E. L. Dickson------------------ ------ Cashier Vada Mae Meredith____ Asst. Cashier  Directors F. E. Belford Carl G. Dickson Freda M. Brown Harrell Simpson E. L. Dickson  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 43,119.39 Loans on commodities_____ 900.00 Overdrafts ______________ 152.81 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 6,001.36 Other bonds and securities 20.85 Banking house___________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks__ 103,830.49  Directors Capital s to ck ____________ $ 10,000.00 Surplus fu n d _____- ______ 6,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 2,566.91 Reserves ________________ 3.45 Demand deposits_________ 133,693.58 Public fun ds_____________ 1,761.96 Total deposits_$135,455.54  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$154,025.90  Total  $154,025.90  84  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  THE BANK OF RISON, RISON Population, 1,005.  Cleveland County  Chartered March 7, 1932.  Transit Number 81-428  Officers J. L. Moore_____ __________ President J. E. McCoy_________ Vice President J. L. Sadler__________ Vice President Herman Davidson___________ Cashier Robert L. Searcy______ Asst. Cashier Ruby Lum____________ Asst. Cashier  Directors Herman Davidson Jo Nichol J. E. Goggans J. L. Sadler J. E. McCoy Van Sadler R. T. McCoy R. C. Searcy J. L. Moore Max M. Smith Victor Moore B. W. Thomasson  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 49,930.76 Loans on commodities_____ 1,450.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 194,000.00 Other bonds and securities 21,150.86 Furniture and fixtures___ 765.00 Banking house___________ 2,400.00 Other real estate_________ 22.00 Cash and due from banks-- 203,381.24 Other resources__________ 50.00  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 20,000.00 Undivided p r o fits __ _____ 3,992.46 Reserves ________________ 16,889.66 Demand deposits_________ 301,663.84 Time deposits.____________ 47,222.85 Public fun ds_____________ 58,381.05 Total deposits_$407,267.74  $473,149.86  Total  $473,149.86  Total  THE BANK OF RUSSELLVILLE, RUSSELLVILLE Population, 5,927.  Pope County  Chartered December 23, 1897.  Transit Number 81-119  Officers A. J. Mathews__ Chairman of Board Geo. S. Neal------------ President R. L. Jenkins__________Vice President M. J. Hickey________________ Cashier M. G. Harmon__________Asst. Cashier  Directors M. J. Hickey Geo. S. Neal R. L. Jenkins T. R. Rye A. J. Mathews  Resources Loans and discounts------- $ 176,829.24 Loans on commodities_____ 79,081.16 Overdrafts-------------------200.48 U. S. Gov’t obligations— 457,225.00 Other bonds and securities 216,564.56 Banking h ou se_________ 15,000.00 Other real estate-----------3,000.00 Cash and due from banks 970,279.62 Other resources________ 648.00  Liabilities Capital stock ___________ $ 100,000.00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 20,000.00 Undivided p rofits_______ .73,688.49 Demand deposits_______ 1,169,806.83 Time deposits__________ 368,805.61 War loan deposits_______ 70,569.64 Public fu n d s___________ 97,450.60 Deposits of banks_______ 18,506.89 Total dep.— $l,725,139.57  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,918,828.06  Total  $1,918,828.06  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  85  PEOPLES EXCHANGE BANK, RUSSELLVILLE Population, 5,927. Pojpe County Chartered March 24, 1890.  Transit Number 81-118  Officers L. B. McClure_____________President Donald B a rg e r_______Vice President C. E. Lemley_______________ Cashier John T. Little__________Asst. Cashier  Directors Donald Barger A. B. Priddy W. B. Clement Eugene A. Shinn John W. Leonard J. Madison White L. B. McClure  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 322,269.40 Loans on commodities__ 66,170.64 O verdrafts____________, 1.21 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 485,382.50 Other bonds and securities 89,144.57 Furniture and fixtures_ 1,600.00 Banking h ou se_________ 17,000.00 Other real estate_______ 9.00 Cash and due from banks- 731,501.36  Liabilities Capital s to c k * _________ $ 100,000.00 Surplus f u n d __________ 15,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 10,794.92 Reserves _ ____________ 6,800.00 Demand deposits_______ 1,165,225.62 Time deposits _________ 184,221.54 War loan deposits______ 128,399.56 Public fu n d s ___________ 96,691.57 Deposits of banks_______ 5,945.47 Total deposits$l,580,483.76  Total_______________ $1,713,078.68  Total_______________ $1,713,078.68  * First preferred stock with par value Of $39,000.00 and common stock with par value of $61,000.00.  BANK OF SALEM, SALEM Population, 574. Fulton County Chartered December 9, 1908. Transit Number 81-430 Officers Rex Castleberry __________ President Lanis A s h le y ------------Vice President H. J. Humphries--___Vice President Fay Castleberry____________ Cashier Jim Hum phries__ -___ Asst. Cashier Ray Castleberry_______Asst. Cashier  Directors Lanis Ashley Rex Castleberry Fay Castleberry H. J. Humphries  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $151,694.83 Overdrafts ______________ 397.95 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 23,500.00 Other bonds and securities172.12 Furniture and fixtures___ 400.00 Banking house __________ 2,000.00 Cash and due from banks_433,216.75  Liabilities Capital s to ck ________ .__ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 5,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 8,467.41 Demand d ep osits________ 526,681.49 Time d eposits___________ 31,270.04 Public fu n d s_____________ 44,962.71 Total deposits -$602,914.24  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $641,381.65  Total.  $641,381.65  86  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  LOGAN COUNTY BANK, SCRANTON Population, 322.  Logan County-  Chartered April 7, 1926. Transit Number 81-686 Officers (Vacancy) ________________ President Frank A h n e__________Vice President J. D. Knight________________ Cashier Leonard A h n e ________Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 96,576.83 Loans on commodities_____ 110,277.82 Overdrafts _ ____________ 567.08 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 97,100.00 Other bonds and securities125.19 Banking h o u se __________ 400.00 Cash and due from banks-_ 205,511.39 Total_________________ $510,558.31  Frank Ahne J. D. Knight  Directors (Vacancy)  Liabilities Capital stock _ $ 15,000.00 Surplus fund __ .____ 6,500.00 Undivided profits . - 14,480.30 Demand deposits 381,881.50 Time deposits _ . 74,640.63 Public funds _ . __ 18,055.88 Total deposits .$474,578.01 Total  . __ $510,568.31  THE SEARCY BANK, SEARCY Population, 3,670. White CountyChartered May 1, 1943. Officers Thos. A. Watkins_________President E. P. Pyeatt----- Executive Vice Pres. and Cashier Harry K. Wood______Vice President Frank S. Leavitt______Asst. Cashier  Transit Number 81-154 Cal Aclin E. P. Pyeatt Hubert Smith  Directors Thos. A. Watkins Harry K. Wood  Resources . Loans and discounts___ $ 121,029.14 Loans on commodities_ 89,873.01 Overdrafts _ __________ 85.72 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 240,311.38 Other bonds and securities 62,836.14 Furniture and fixtures_ 4,000.00 Cash and due from banks. 1,276,157.39  Liabilities Capital s to c k * _________ $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 20,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 4,194.75 Demand deposits_______ 1,444,876.86 Time deposits _________ 1,957.19 War loan deposits______ 20,299.00 Public fu n d s ___________ 185,480.14 Deposits of banks--------17,484.84 Total deposits$l,670,098.03  Total— _____________ $1,794,292.78  Total________________ $1,794,292.78  * First preferred stock with par value o f $46,000.00 and common stock with par value of $54,000.00.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  87  THE SECURITY BANK, SEARCY Population, 3,670. White County Chartered February 6, 1932.  Transit Number 81-153  Officers S. W. Sanford____________President J. L. Walker_________ Vice President B. C. Huddleston____Vice President E. 0. Yancey----------------------- Cashier S. D. White, Jr_______ Asst. Cashier Mrs. Joe D. Stewart__ Asst. Cashier  Directors George D. Booth A. J. Stephens B. C. Huddleston H. M. Thompson K. B. Rand J. L. Walker J. W. Sanford Ray Yarnell S. W. Sanford  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ Loans on commodities__ U. S. Gov’t obligations-Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures_ Banking h ou se _________ Other real estate_______ Cash and due from banks-  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ $ 50.000. 00 Surplus f u n d __________ 50.000. 00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 50,234.52 847,316.41 Demand deposits_______ War loan deposits______ 67,767.80 Public fu n d s ___________ 50,966.99 Total deposits! 966,051.20  115,511.12 105,736.45 137,800.00 29,486.97 1.00 1.00 11.00 727,738.18  .$1,116,285.72  Total.  Total_______________ $1,116,285.72  GRANT COUNTY BANK, SHERIDAN Population, 1,338. Grant County Chartered July 29, 1903.  Transit Number 81-432  Officers J. A. McCoy----------------------President A. L. Blakely_________Vice President Coats A. Mitchell___________ Cashier  A. L. Blakely O. P. Cearley O. R. Kelly  Resources Loans and discounts_____$ 85,126.18 Loans on commodities___ 2,200.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations____ 352,178.00 Other bonds and securities. 4,000.00 1,250.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house__ ________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks._ 207,010.16  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 25,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 15,318.73 Demand deposits_________ 481,099.63 Time d eposits___________ 20,128.76 Public fu n d s_____________ 85,218.22 Total deposits .$586,446.61  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $651,765.34  Total.  Directors C. A. McCoy J. A. McCoy Coats A. Mitchell  $651,765.34  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  88  BANK OF SHERRILL, SHERRILL Population, 258.  Jefferson County  Chartered August 13, 1913.  Transit Number 81-556  Officers A. R. Merritt-------------------- President Jim G. Ford__________Vice President Mrs. A. R. Merritt___________ Cashier  Directors J. M. Barrett, Jr. Jim G. Ford E. L. Burgess A. R. Merritt R. P. Cratin  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 32,432.58 Loans on commodities_____ 3,971.07 Overdrafts ______ 2.35 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 116,850.00 Other bonds and securities- 56,282.90 600.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house----------------3,000.00 Cash and due from banks— 131,403.56 Other resources________— 6.89  Liabilities Capital stock *___________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 6,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 3,011.07 Reserves ________________ 7,750.00 Demand deposits_________ 226,048.32 Time deposits___________ 45,479.70 Public funds ____________ 31,260.26 Total deposits -$302,788.28  Total_________________ $344,549.35• *  Total— . _____________ $344,549.35  •* First preferred stock with par value of $12,500.00 and common stock with par value of $12,500.00.  BANK OF SIDNEY, SIDNEY Population, 153. Sharp County Chartered September 23, 1912. Transit Number 81-522 Officers J. W. McGee----------------------President O. S. Westmoreland___ Vice President R. C. Pounders----------------------Cashier Mrs. R. C. Pounders___ Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ Overdrafts ______________ U. S. Gov’t obligations___ Other bonds and securitiesFurniture and fixtures___ Banking house___________ Cash and due from banks_ Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  10,988.77 16.03 68,780.00 10,650.00 770.00 850.00 65,109.70  $157,164.50  J. W. McGee R. C. Pounders  Directors O. S. Westmoreland  Liabilities Capital s to ck _________ ___ $ 5,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 3,800.00 471.42 Undivided p r o fits -----------Demand deposits_________ 146,872.40 Public fu n d s_____________ 1,020.68 Total deposits -$147,893.08 Total  $157,164.50  89  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  BRATT-WASSON BANK. SILOAM SPRINGS Population, 2,764. Chartered April 8, 1932.  Benton County Transit Number 81-706  Officers Marion W asson ________ President Vol W asson _________ Vice President Sadie M onroe_______ Vice President Tom W hiteside_____________ Cashier Elsie Sum ner_________Asst. Cashier  Directors Sadie Monroe Vol Wasson G. K. Wasson Tom Whiteside Marion Wasson  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ Overdrafts _____________ U. S. Gov’t obligations_ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures-_ Banking house ________ Other real e s t a t e .------Cash and due from banks. Other resources________  193,120.45 490.13 512,450.00 111,244.65 4,000.00 6,800.00 1,653.00 773,619.97 11,750.00  Liabilities Capital s to c k * _________$ 40,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 8,500.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 8,383.36 Reserves _ ____________ 13,800.00 Demand deposits_______ 1,304,555.34 Time deposits _________ 133,121.52 War loan deposits______ 58,135.88 Public fu n d s ___________ 48,632.10 Total deposits$l,544,444.84  Total_______________ $1,615,128.20  Total_____________ ..$1,615,128.20  *  First preferred stock with par value of $13,800.00 and common stock with par value of $26,200.00.  SMACKOVER STATE BANK, SMACKOVER Population, 2,235. Union County Chartered April 18, 1928. J. M. L. R.  Officers E. Berry------- ---------------President L. Berg-------- 1____ Vice President E. Tennyson, Jr------------- Cashier N. Manley__________Asst. Cashier  Resources Loans and discounts______$116,126.36 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 100,056.39 Other bonds and securities. 112,203.03 Furniture and fixtures___ 4,273.54 Banking house __________ 4,000.00 Cash and due from banks_ 480,789.19 Other resou rces_________ 3,506.20  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $820,954.71  Transit Number 81-654 H. L. Berg M. L. Berg J. E. Berry  Directors Homer T. Rogers L. E. Tennyson, Jr.  Liabilities Capital s to c k ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 25,000.00 9,059.37 Undivided p ro fits ________ Reserves ________________ 4,518.84 Demand deposits_________ 596,764.74 Time deposits___________ 68,432.07 War loan deposits________ 64,244.84 Public funds ____________ 27,934.85 Total deposits .$757,376.50 Total  .$820,954.71  90  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  CITIZENS BANK, SMITHVILLE Population, 250.  Lawrence County  Chartered March 23, 1901.  Transit Number ,81-434  Officers Cleo Holt ------------------------- President Mrs. J. M. Street_____ Vice President Luke Johnston _____________ Cashier M. A. Conyers--------------- Asst. Cashier  Cleo Holt Luke Johnston G. W. Perkens  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 39,639.05 Overdrafts ______________ 805.69 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 279,550.00 Other bonds and securities126.82 Banking h o u se __________ 300.00 Furniture and fixtures___ 100.00 Cash and due from banks._ 190,819.59 Other resources__________ 212.36  Liabilities Capital s to c k ____________ $ 10,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 5,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 3,409.61 Reserves ________________ 1,000.00 Demand deposits_________ 460,060.70 Public funds ____________ 32,083.20 Total deposits .$492,143.90  Total_________________ $511,553.51  Total_________________ $511,553.51  Directors Eagle Street Mrs. J. M. Street  MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK, SPARKMAN Population, 840. Dallas County Chartered September 19, 1916. C. S. C. R.  Officers F. Sturgis-------------------- President B. Horne__________Vice President E. Hays________________ Cashier A. Littrell--------------- Asst. Cashier  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 62,316.79 Loans on commodities___ 166,095.30 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 155,000.00 Other bonds and securities. 13,842.97 Furniture and fixtures___ 300.00 Banking house___________ 2,400.00 Other real estate_________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks._ 199,421.93  Transit Number 81-581  C. E. Hays S. B. Horne C. F. Sturgis  Directors W. P. Sturgis P. H. Taylor  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 10,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 12,500.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 1,535.56 Demand deposits_________ 510,537.29 Time deposits ___________ 29,889.05 Public fu n d s_____________ 34,883.24 Total deposits .$575,309.58 Other liabilities__________  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $599,377.99  Total.  32.85 $599,377.99  91  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  FIRST STATE BANK, SPRINGDALE Population, 3,319.  Washington County  Chartered February 12, 1923.  Transit Number 81-856  Officers Tom H a r g is ______________President Shelby F o r d ________ Vice President J. R. Joyce_________ Vice President J. S. Watts_________ Vice President T. L. Fowler_______________ Cashier Elmer Johnson, Jr_____ Asst. Cashier  Shelby Ford T. L. Fowler Tom Hargis Elmer Johnson J. R. Joyce  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 315,998.01 U. S. Gov’t obligations. _ 458,847.19 Other bonds and securities 72,203.03 1.400.00 Furniture and fixtures._ 7.800.00 Banking h ou se _________ Other real estate_______ 640.00 Cash and due from banks. 681,072.70  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________$ 40,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 5,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s _____^ 10,661.89 Demand deposits_______ 1,103,268.58 Time deposits _________ 334,519.44 Public fu n d s ___________ 44,511.02 Total deposits$l,482,299.04  Total_______________ $1,537,960.93  Total_______________ $1,537,960.93  Directors Dr. C. P. Sisco Joe M. Steele J. S. Watts S. R. Wilson  BODCAW BANK, STAMPS Population, 2,405. LaFayette County Chartered December 8, 1902.  Transit Number 81-436  Officers C. L. Cabe------------------------- President Dr. F. E. Baker---------Vice President J. C. Cabe------------------Vice President A. P. Beasley______________ Cashier R. H. Duty____________ Asst. Cashier  Directors Dr. F. E. Baker R. T. Boulware A. P. Beasley C. L. Cabe W. R. Boney J. C. Cabe  Resources Loans and discounts______$102,168.74 Loans on commodities___ 38,300.03 U. S. Gov’t obligations__ 217,900.00 Other bonds and securities. 165,107.94 Furniture and fixtures___ 100.00 Banking house __________ 1,000.00 Other real estate.________ 17.00 Cash and due from banks_ 348,066.61 Other resources__________ 3.00  Liabilities Capital s to c k ____________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 30,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 35,494.14 Reserves ________________ 20,536.02 Demand deposits_________ 556,213.89 Time deposits________ 120,935.68 Public fu n d s_____________ 59,483.59 Total deposits .$736,633.16  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$872,663.32  Total  $872,663.32  92  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF STAR CITY, STAR CITY Population, 1,090. Chartered April 7, 1925.  Lincoln County Transit Number 81-437  Officers W. R. Alsobrook___________ President A. J. Johnson------------- Vice President Paul O ffu t t ________________ Cashier Isaac Chambers ______Asst. Cashier  Directors W. R. Alsobrook A. J. Johnson Isaac Chambers Paul Offutt J. D. Cogbill G. D. Smith Clyde E. Fish  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 85,144.09 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 218,575.00 Other bonds and securities- 34,857.50 Furniture and fixtures-----2,100.00 Banking house___________ 5,000.00 Other real estate_________ 3.00 Cash and due from banks._ 188,704.04  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 20,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 20,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 18,868.75 Reserves ________________ 3,320.00 Demand deposits_________ 305,824.34 Time deposits___________ 52,237.77 Public funds ____________ 99,562.20 Deposits of banks________ 14,570.57 Total deposits _$472,194.88  Total_________________ $534,383.63  Total_________________ $534,383.63  CITIZENS BANK, STRONG Population, 762. Chartered January 19, 1931.  Union County Transit Number 81-441  Officers O. B. Clark_______________ President R. A. Burgess------------Vice President M. L. Sumners______________ Cashier Barron F in n ey________Asst. Cashier  C. B. Bird R. A. Burgess O. B. Clark  Resources Loans and discounts---------$ 40,089.14 Loans on commodities___ 20,000.00 Overdrafts _ ------------- -— 7.50 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 140,979.50 Other bonds and securities. 1,753.40 Furniture and fixtures__ 200.00 Banking h o u se __________ 675.00 Other real estate____ ____ 557.96 Cash and due from banks— 231,732.17  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 6,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 16,419.65 Reserves ________________ 692.82 Demand deposits______ ,_ 344,452.67 Time deposits___________ 16,115.17 War loan deposits_______ 16,729.36 Public funds _____ 10,585.00 Total deposits .$387,882.20  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$435,994.67  Total  Directors A. P. Kirby Zach McClendon  .$435,994.67  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  93  CITIZENS BANK, TILLAR Population, 229.  Drew County  Chartered July 28, 1913.  Transit Number 81-446  Officers E. S. Terral------- :—--------- President C. H. Kimbro------------- Vice President J. H. Kimbro_______________ Cashier V. C. Harrell_________Asst. Cashier  V. C. Harrell C. H. Kimbro J. H. Kimbro  Directors E. S. Terral W. S. Wood  Resources Loans and discounts-____ $ 12,189.77 Overdrafts _ ____________ 26.36 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 106,600.00 Other bonds and securities- 64,884.41 Furniture and fixtures___ 509.34 2,266.73 Banking house __________ Other real estate_________ 1.00 Cash and due from banks__ 146,235.11 Other resou rces_________ 33.97  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 15,000.00 Undivided profits ______ 11,874.77 Demand d eposits________ 237,482.01 War loan deposits________ 29,940.93 Public funds ____________ 13,448.98 Total deposits -$280,871.92  Total_________________ $332,746.69  Total_________________ $332,746.69  BANK OF TRUMANN, TRUMANN Population, 3,381.  Poinsett County  Chartered October 26, 1911. Officers  Transit Number 81-488 Directors  J. A. Cash-------------------------President Geo. O. Campbell_____ Vice President M. T. Byrn__________ Vice President Earl Yarbrough ________ ____Cashier Edith W atk in s________Asst. Cashier  M. T. Byrn Geo. O. Campbell Geo. B. Cash  Resources Loans and discounts----- $ 341,470.30 Loans on commodities— 30,053.84 1,106.75 Overdrafts _ __________ U. S. Gov’t obligations— 38,000.00 Other bonds and securities 8,000.00 Furniture and fixtures— 1.00 Banking h ou se_________ 2,000.00 Other real estate---------1.00 Cash and due from banks- 862,234.31  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus f u n d __________ 50,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s __________________ 20,656.87 Reserves ______________ 14,327.13 Demand deposits_______ 1,042,862.80 Time deposits _________ 13,360.00 Public fu n d s ___________ 91,660.40 Total deposits$l,147,883.20  Total________________ $1,282,867.20   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  J. A. Cash Norris C. Taylor  Total________________ $1,282,867.20  94  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF TUCKERMAN, TUGKERMAN Population, 875.  Jackson County  Chartered November 8, 1902.  Transit Number 81-448  Officers F. L. Penix_______________ President R. 0. Norris__________Vice President O. B. Armstrong____________ Cashier Chas. S h aver_________Asst. Cashier  Directors O. B. Armstrong F. L. Penix D. C. Dowell A. S. Riegler R. O. Norris  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 74,159.21 Uv S. Gov’t obligations___ 26,609.51 Other bonds and securities. 2,546.70 1,000.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Banking house __________ 4,000.00 Cash and due from banks_ 543,733.75  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,0015.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 6,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 9,603.36 Demand d eposits________ 479,349.10 Time deposits___________ 49,239.79 Public funds ____________ 82,856.92 Total deposits .$611,445.81  Total________________ $652,049.17  Total________________ $652,049.17  BANK OF TUPELO, TUPELO Population, 249. Chartered May 25, 1919. Officers J. H. Snapp---------------------- President Tom J. Looney________Vice President H. C. Giles_________________ Cashier Resources Loans and discounts---------$ 27,729.42 Cash and due from banks— 131,644.16  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  .$159,373.58  Jackson County Transit Number 81-610 H. C. Giles Tom J. Looney  Directors J. H. Snapp  Liabilities Capital s to ck ___________ $ 10,000.00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 3,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 2,647.06 Demand d eposits________ 128,687.30 Public fu n d s ____________ 15,039.22 Total deposits .$143,726.52 Total  $159,373.58  95  Twenty-Ninth Anmial Report  CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, VAN BUREN Population, 5,422.  Crawford County  Chartered December 20, 1910.  Transit Numbetf 81-101  Officers David T. Bryan______ _____ President Robert W. Geliy_____ Vice President Frank D. Pape_______ _______Cashier Wm. E. Neal_________..Asst. Cashier  Directors David T. Bryan Joe C. McKinney Harry W. Bryan Frank D. Pape Robert W. Geliy  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 28,360.11 U. S. Gov’t obligations— 747,231.21 Other bonds and securities 242,923.69 Banking house ________ 7,500.00 Other real estate_______ 1.00 Cash and due from banks. 354,891.38  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________$ 50.000. 00 25.000. 00 Surplus fund __________ Undivided p r o fits ______ 27,574.58 843.86 Reserves _ ____________ Demand deposits_______ 903,039.66 Time deposits _________ 280,076.90 94,372.39 Public funds __________ Total deposits$l,277,488.95  Total_______________ $1,380,907.39  Total_______________ $1,380,907.39  PEOPLES BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, VAN BUREN Population, 5,422. Chartered August 12, 1933. Officers J. J. Izard________________ President Dell Miller__ Vice Pres, and Cashier Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 63,904.56 Overdrafts _ __________ 38.94 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 609,602.37 Other bonds and securities 95,956.01 Furniture and fixtures_ 1,900.00 Banking h ou se_________ 6,700.00 Other real estate_______ 1.00 Cash and due from banks. 518,464^.07 Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $1,296,566.95  Crawford County Transit Number 81-100 Hal Brown C. J. Franklin J. J. Izard  Directors A. W. Meier Dell Miller W. H. Phillips  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________$ 50,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 20,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s --------9,281.72 Demand deposits---------863,552.37 Time deposits__________ 187,932.03 War loan deposits______ 61,937.50 Public fu n d s ----------------103,863.33 Total deposits$l,217,285.23 Total.  $1,296,566.95  96  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BANK OF WALDO, WALDO Population, 1,240.  Columbia County  Chartered September 2, 1899.  Transit Number 81-265  Officers Ivie E. Howell----- 1__ L____President W. S. McKissack____ Vice President J. Thurston Howell________ ^-Cashier  Directors Ivie E. Howell W. S. McKissack J. Thurston Howell  Resources Loans and discounts---------$ 56,391.83 Loans on commodities___ 65,200.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations----- 131,554.94 Other bonds and securities, 17,956.50 Furniture and fixtures___ 650.00 Banking h o u s e __________ 3,000.00 Other real estate_________ 140.15 Cash and due from banks-- 131,257.96 Other resources-------------420.15  Liabilities Capital sto ck * ___________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d __ _________ 5,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ___ ____ 585.39 Reserves________________ 5,608.00 Demand d eposits________ 278,347.07 Time deposits___________ 21,211.05 War loan deposits________ 46,919.98: Public funds ____________ 23,900.04 Total deposits -$370,378.14  Total________________ $406,571.53  Total_________________$406,571.53  * First preferred stock with par value of $10,000.00 and common stock with par value of $15,000.00.  THE PEOPLES BANK, WALDO Population, 1,240. Chartered June 22, 1910.  Columbia County Transit Number 81-266  Officers H. A. Fincher-------------------- President J. E. O’Daniel------------Vice President Miss B. L. Fincher__________ Cashier Miss M. T. Wooldridge__Asst.Cashier  Directors E. F. Fincher W. O. Fincher G. L. Fincher J. E. O’Daniel H. A. Fincher  Resources Loans and discounts_j.___$ 67,165.58 Loans on commodities__ 36,465.46 U; S. Gov’t obligations___ 212,900.00 Other bonds and securities- 63,287.25 Furniture and fixtures-----1.00 Banking h o u s e --------------2,500.00 Other real estate_________ 2.00 Cash and due from banks_ 219,296.40  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 10,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 5,198.53 Demand deposits_________ 472,942.90 Time deposits ___________ 44,047.62 War loan deposits________ 2,906.25 Public funds ____________ 41,522.39 Total deposits -$561,419.16  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $601,617.69  Total  $601,617.69  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  97  BANK OF WALDRON, WALDRON Population, 1,298.  Scott County-  Chartered April 3, 1901. Transit Number 81-239 Officers W. B. Piles----------------------President C. E. Forrester_______ Vice President M. C. Bird----------------------------Cashier Mollie E. Center--------Asst. Cashier  Directors W. A. Bates C. E. Forrester M. C. Bird J. K. May Mollie E. Center W. S. Mitchell Gene Davidson W. B. Piles Miles Dozier  Resources Loans and discounts----- $ 131,586.42 Loans on commodities__ 20,300.00 Overdrafts _ __________ 268.70 U. S. Gov't obligations— 510,750.00 Other bonds and securities 58,512.32 Furniture and fixtures-_ 1,200.00 Banking house ________ 4,000.00 Cash and due from banks. 431,313.62 Other resources-----------2,701.00  Liabilities Capital s t o c k --------------- $ 50,000.00 Surplus f u n d --------------23,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 1,943.51 Demand deposits _______ 806,073.70 Time deposits--------------125,228.80 War loan deposits______ 39,812.50 Public fu n d s ___________ 114,573.55 Total deposits$l,085,688.55  Total_______________ |1,160,632.06  Total.______________ $1,160,632.06  MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK, WARREN Population, 2,516. Chartered March 15, 1890. Officers Carl H o llis _______________ President G. B. Colvin__________Vice President F. M. H olt._________________Cashier A. L. Moody__________ Asst. Cashier Helen N. Harris______ Asst. Cashier Resources Loans and discounts.----- $ Loans on commodities_ Overdrafts _ --------------U. S. Gov’t obligations— Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures— Banking h ou se-------------Other real estate---------Cash and due from banks. Other resources-----------T otal. ____$1,549,697.62   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  202,357.07 24,650.00 22.47 407,940.75 276,802.99 1,139.87 17,131.50 2,305.00 613,7*60.06 3,587.91  Bradley County Transit Number 81-159 G. B. Colvin Carl Hollis F. M. Holt J. P. Lambert Bryan Martin  Directors J. E. Stewart J. C. Thompson Arthur Weiss O. W. Wheless  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________$ 75,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 25,000.00 Undivided profits _______ 25,681.71 Demand deposits ______ 827,702.99 Time deposits _________ 422,733.75 War loan deposits______ 83,153.32 Public funds __________ 83,618.85 Deposits of banks______ 6,807.00 Total deposits$l,424,015.91 Total______ ________$1,549,697.62  m  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  WARREN BANK, WARREN Population, 2,516.  Bradley County  Chartered December 28, 1901.  Transit Number 81-160  Officers Louis Ederington__________President B. W. Martin__________Vice President C. L. Tarleton___ V. Pres, and Cashier M. C. Singer---------------- Asst. Cashier M. S. Thompson______:_Asst. Cashier  Directors John T. Ederington B. W. Martin Louis Ederington S. B. Meek, Jr. J. B. Frazer Karl Neal J. R. Gannaway C. L. Tarleton  Resources Loans and discounts____ $ Loans on commodities__ Overdrafts_____________ U. S. Gov’t obligations._ Other bonds and securities Furniture and fixtures_ Banking h ou se_________ Other real estate________ Cash and due from banks Other resources ________  Liabilities Capital S to c k __________$ 75.000. 00 Surplus fu n d ___________ 25.000. 00 Undivided p rofits_______ 15,554.66 4,047.90 Reserves ______________ Demand deposits_______ 746,819.41 Time deposits__________ 307,604.94 War loan deposits_______ 87,849.15 Public fu n d s ___________ 64,810.88 Total dep___$1,207,084.38  Total  170,151.97 15.096.00 1,294.51 398,600.00 152,077.65 2,777.87 20.863.00 1,902.00 563,922.94 1.00  $1,326,686.94  Total  $1,326,686.94  BANK OF WEINER, WEINER Population, 447. Chartered April 2, 1909.  Poinsett County Transit Number 81-456  Officers L. Hogue ________________ President Wm. K napple________Vice President E. E. Hogue________________ .Cashier Margaret H u b er_____ Asst. Cashier Mrs. Guy French_____ Asst. Cashier  Directors E. E. Hogue Carl Huffman L. Hogue Wm. Knapple Albert Huber R. A. Ziegenhorn Mrs. J. B. Huber  Resources Loans and discounts---------$ 43,967.46 Overdrafts ______1----------345.93 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 101,600.00 Other bonds and securities. 805.74 Furniture and fixtures----600.00 Banking h o u s e __________ 400.00 Cash and due from banks_ 616,766.11  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 20,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 15,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 12,636.36 Demand deposits ________ 657,436.14 Time deposits----------------- 40,586.31 Public fu n d s_____________ 18,826.43 Total deposits -$716,848.88  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $764,485.24  Total  $764,485.24  99  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  BANK OF WEST MEMPHIS, WEST MEMPHIS Population, 3,369. Chartered April 21, 1928.  Crittenden County Transit Number 81-695  Officers E. J. White_______________ President Wm. H. Hundhausen__Vice President J. E. Fleming_______________ Cashier Kathleen Y o k le y ______Asst. Cashier  Directors G. M. Coleman H. E. Thompson Wm. H. Hundhausen D. B. Woollard Cecil Oliver E. J. White Arthur Russell  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 125,922.91 Loans on commodities._ 24,870.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations. _ 382,000.00 Other bonds and securities 94,722.95 Furniture and fixtures._ 2,000.00 Cash and due from banks. 628,720.65  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ $ 25,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 40,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 4,744.36 Demand deposits_______ 954,968.59 Time deposits__________ 84,726.54 Public fu n d s ___________ 143,797.02 Deposits of banks______ 5,000.00 Total deposits$l,188,492.15  Total_______________ $1,258,236.51  Total_______________ $1,258,236.51  MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK, WEST MEMPHIS Population, 3,369. Chartered August 5, 1941.  Crittenden County Transit Number 81-743  Officers Luther Wallin __________ President J. C. McCaa__________Vice President R. E. Robertson_____________ Cashier W. A. Lancaster________Asst. Cashier  Directors John A. Cooper R. E. Robertson Stacy McAdams John M. Smith J. C. McCaa Luther Wallin W. L. McKee J. W. Young  Resources Loans and discounts_$143,779.23 Loans on commodities____ 575.00 U, S. Gov’t obligations_ 344,661.82 Other bonds and securities. 31,934.49 Furniture and fixtures___ 5,313,28 Cash and due from banks_412,251.58  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus f u n d ____________ 10,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 1,693.49 Demand d eposits________ 633,152.01 Time deposits___________ 23,476.06 War loan deposits________ 123,066.81 Public fun ds_____________ 58,576.96 Deposits of banks________ 38,379.07 Total deposits .$876,650.91 Other liabilities  Total_________________ $938,515.40   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  171.00  Total_________________ $938,515.40  100  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  RICE GROWERS BANK, WHEATLEY Population, 362.  St. Francis County  Chartered September 27, 1909.  Transit Number 81-458  Officers H. K. Smith, Jr___________ President S. P. Brownlee, Jr____ Vice President and Cashier Miss Ruth Miller---------Asst. Cashier  Directors S. P. Brownlee, Jr. H. K. Smith, Jr. May me Lyon  Resources Loans and discounts_$120,835.48 Loans on commodities_____ 19,045.96 Overdrafts _ ____________ 248.54 U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 176,582.50 Furniture and fixtures____ 3,150.00 Banking h o u se _____ 3,600.00 Other real estate-----1.00 Cash and due from banks__ 94,868.87  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 20,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ 10,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 4,970.19 Reserves ________________ 2,000.00 Demand d eposits________ 308,095.41 Time deposits___________ 44,471.07 Public fu n d s ___ _________ 28,795.68 Total deposits _$381,362.16  Total_________________ $418,332.35  Total_________________ $418,332.35  WILMOT STATE BANK, WILMOT Population, 625. Chartered October 25, 1937.  Ashley County Transit Number 81-738  Officers W. N. Wilhite____________ President M. C. Crandall________Vice President W. B. Davis________________ Cashier  Directors M. C. Crandall J. B. Shackelford Vesta P. DeYampert G. B. Stovall E. H. Dunning W. N. Wilhite  Resources Loans and discounts---------$ 29,483.25 Loans on commodities------- 11,600.00 U. S. Gov’t obligations___ 16,100.00 Cash and due from banks— 290,862.22  Liabilities Capital s to ck ____________ $ 25,000.00 5,000.00 Surplus fu n d ____________ Undivided p ro fits ________ 11,353.14 81.80 Reserves ________________ Demand deposits_________ 274,345.47 Public fu n d s_____________ 32,265.06 Total deposits _$306,610.53  Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $348,045.47  Total  $348,045.47  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  101  BANK OF WILSON, WILSON Population, 1,500.  Mississippi County  Chartered October 3, 1908.  Transit Number 81-462  Officers J. H. Crain------------------------ President Benton G arrett_______Vice President W. 0. Frazier_______________ Cashier  Directors J. E. Crain C. J. Lowrance, Jr. J. H. Crain S. A. Regenold Benton Garrett  Resources Loans and discounts__ ._$ 442,957.25 Loans on commodities.. 359,355.00 Overdrafts___________ 82.43 2,355.15 Furniture and fixtures. Cash and due from banks _ 1,139,096.32  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund __________ 150,000.00 Undivided p r o fit s ______ 16,173.25 Reserves _ ____________ 5,679.62 Demand deposits_______ 1,469,936.61 Time deposits__________ 96,996.22 Public fu n d s ----------------- 155,060.45 Total deposits$l,721,993.28  Total_______________ $1,943,846.15  Total_______________ $1,943,846.15  CROSS COUNTY BANK, WYNNE Population, 3,633. Chartered June 5, 1891.  Cross County Transit Number 81-151  Officers Dave B lo c k _______________President H. K. Barwick, Jr------ Vice President J. W. Lipscomb_____________ Cashier Wallace E ldridge______Asst. Cashier  Directors H. K. Barwick, Jr. J. C. Hilliard J. W. Lipscomb Dave Block David Drexler W. W. Shaver, Jr. D. M. Hamrick H. Steinberg  Resources Loans and discounts___ $ 463,187.54 Loans on commodities__ 9,890.00 969.06 Overdrafts _ --------------U. S. Gov’t obligations_ 343,200.00 Other bonds and securities 86,935.50 Furniture and fixtures_ 700.00 Banking h ou se_________ 3,000.00 Cash and due from banks- 277,619.49  Liabilities Capital s t o c k __________ $ 30.000. 00 Surplus f u n d ---------- ,___ 30.000.00 23,658.44 Undivided p r o fit s ______ Demand deposits_______ 783.024.87 109.134.87 Time deposits _________ 209,683.41 Public fu n d s ___________ Total deposits$l,101,843.15  Total_______________ $1,185,501.59   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Total_______________ $1,185,501.59   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  REPORT OF BUILDING AND LOAN DIVISION   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  AND SECURITIES DIVISION  104  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BUILDING AND LOAN DIVISION December 31, 1942  Statement of State Chartered Building and Loan Associations (Eight Active and Five Voluntarily Liquidating) Compiled from Annual Reports Rendered to the Arkansas State Bank Department as of December 31, 1942   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report COMBINED STATEMENT OF THE EIGHT ACTIVE STATE CHARTERED BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1942 Resources Cash on hand and in banks------------------------------------------ $ 340,894.48 Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank------------------------------29,700.00 U. S. Government Securities___________________________ 136,805.00 Other Investment Securities___________________________ 45,293.00 First Mortgage Direct Reduction Loans_________________ 2,551,121.52 First Mortgage Sinking Fund Loans__________________ 159,941.12 First Mortgage Straight Loans------------- --------------------9,106.30 Loans secured by shares of the Association-----------------14,131.01 Loans on all other securities----------------------------------------1,999.98 3,614.72 Advances for taxes and insurance on loans__ __________ Accrued Interest on Mortgage Loans---------------------------3,127.85 Real Estate Owned— Office Building___________________ 9,250.00 Real Estate Owned— Other_____________________________ 32,509.66 Real Estate Sold on Contract__________________________ 110,718.69 Furniture and Fixtures--------------1,744.12 Other Assets ________________________________________ 6,960.37 Other Assets—Deferred Charges______________________ 26.50 $3,456,944.32 Liabilities Installment Shares—Free---------------------------------------------$ 210,477.24 Optional Payment Shares—Free_______________________ 150,532.36 Prepaid Shares—F r e e _________________________________ 47,370.85 Full Paid Shares—Free__________ 1,989,410.00 Mortgage Pledged Shares__________________ 66,236.90 H. O. L. C. Full Paid Shares_________________________ 57,500.00 40,000.00 Permanent or Guaranty Stock________________________ Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank_____________ 45,085.00 Bill Payable (from bank and individuals)_______________ 4,250.00 Accrued Interest (on advances)______________________ 90.60 Deposits _ ------------------------------------------------------123,525.29 Accrued Interest (on deposits)_______________________ 2,646.00 Loans in Process_____________________________________ 11,423.31 13,673.41 Advance payments by borrowers (Unapplied Cr.)--------Deferred Credits ____________________________________ 8,^59.82 Accounts Payable ________________ 6,374.48 Bonus on shares______________________________________ 930.49 Other liabilities ________________________________ :_____ 6,253.75 General reserves: For Legal Reserve_______________________________ 106,128.66 For Federal Insurance___________________________ 36,758.46 For Contingencies ________________________ 58,373.61 For Real Estate Reserve_________________________ 200,774.94 Specific Reserves: For uncollected interest______ ________ 252.10 Undivided Profits ____________________________________ 270,417.05 $3,456,944.32 Total number of members_____________________________ 2,719 Total amount of loans made during the year 1942---------$ 885,939.33   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  106  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  MISSISSIPPI COUNTY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Officers J. A. Leech_______________President B. A. Lynch______________ Secretary Resources Cash on hand and in banks $ 74,827.22 First mortgage direct re­ duction lo a n s __________ 67,395.06 Loans secured by shares of the association_________ 493.69 Advance for taxes and in­ surance on real estate__ 200.00 $142,915.97  J. A. Leech B. A. Lynch J. L. Cherry  Directors Fred Mathews Dr. I. R. Johnson C. A. Cunningham  Liabilities Full paid shares—free___ $ 67,300.00 Other liabilities__________ 90.00 General reserves—for legal reserve________________ 7,000.00 Undivided p r o fits ________ 68,525.97 $142,915.97 Number of members______ 74 Total amount of loans made during 1942_______$ 26,400.00  FAYETTEVILLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 A. N. W. ll.  Officers C. Ucker_______________ President F. Drake_________Vice President P. McNair, Jr_________ Secretary L. Pearson______________ Attorney  Resources Cash on hand and in banks $ 43,110.19 Stock in Federal Home Loan B a n k ____________ 5,200.00 U. S. Government securi­ ties ___________________ 60,000.00 First mortgage direct re­ duction lo a n s --------------- 448,054.34 Loans secured by shares of the association-------------1,590.00 Real estate owned—other__ 13,521.76 Real estate sold on con­ tract ___________________ 15,158.03 Furniture and fixtures----1-00   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $586,635.32  Directors A. C. Ucker Frank Barr N. F. Drake Harrison Hale W. P. McNair, Jr. H. E. Cravens H. L. Pearson Liabilities Installment shares—free __$ 50,801.92 Optional payment shares— free ___________________ 11,142.26 Full paid shares—free___ 406,375.00 Mortgage pledged shares_ 337.34 General reserves: For federal insurance. 9,943.98 16,221.43 For contingencies___ Undivided p ro fits ________ 91,813.39 $586,635.32 Number of members_____ 256 Total amount of loans made during 1942 __________ $104,234.37  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  107  FORREST CITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION FORREST CITY, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Officers Louis M cDaniel___ _______ President C. W. Norton_____________Secretary  Directors Louis McDaniel W. E. Stevens C. W. Norton Gazzola Vaccaro W. W. Campbell Ed Ash  Resources Cash on hand and in banks$ 3,307.26 Stock in federal home loan bank _ _________________ 3,000.00 U. S. Government securi­ ties ___________________ 4,875.00 First mortgage direct re­ duction lo a n s __________ 129,839.43 Loans secured by shares of the association________ 935.87 Furniture and fixtures----1.00  Liabilities Installment shares—free $ Full paid shares—free___ General reserves—for legal reserve________________ Specific reserves: For uncollected interestUndivided p r o fits _______  $141,958.56  39,396.46 73,810.00 10,000.00 252.10 18,500.00  $141,958.56 Number of members______ 73 Total amount of loans made during 1942 ___________ $ 25,084.56  UNITED BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION FORT SMITH,- ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Officers F. W. Dyke_______________ President R. A. Young__________Vice President Nathaniel Dyke, Jr_______ Secretary Martin T. Dyke_____ Vice Pres, and Treasurer Lucille V. Peluso___ Asst. Secretary  Directors F. W. Dyke W. V. Boatright R. A. Young Brady Pryor Nathaniel Dyke, Jr. Allen Henderson Martin T. Dyke A. R. Noe R. J. Ross C. C. Davis R. B. Cutting  Resources Cash on hand and in banks $ 71,631.04 Stock in Federal Home Loan B a n k ____________ 5,300.00 U. S. Government securities 25,230.00 First mortgage direct re­ duction lo a n s __________ 789,882.34 Loans secured by shares of 1,175.00 the association________ Furniture and fixtures___ 633.39 Other assets—deferred charges _______________ 26.50  Liabilities Installment shares—free $ 47,063.35 Optional payment shares f r e e __________________ 59,991.61 Full paid shares—free___ 680,250.00 H. O. L. C. full paid shares 57,500.00 Advances from federal home loan bank________ 2,000.00 Loans in process_________, 9,168.06 Advance payment by bor­ rowers (unapplied cr.)_ 12,237.46 Deferred Credits ________ 5,357.61 Bonus on shares__________ 930.49 General reserves: For federal insurance. 5,021.02 For contingencies___ 5,203.43 For real estate reserve 245.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 8,910.24   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $893,878.27  $893,878.27 Number of members______ 438 Total amount of loans made during 1942 ___________$321,861.47  108  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  JONESBORO BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION JONESBORO, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Officers E. L. Westbrook, Sr----------- President J. H. Little, Jr________ Vice President J. R. Gregson_____________ Secretary Westbrook and Sigler____ Attorneys  Directors E.L. Westbrook,Sr. J. B. Hinson J. H. Little, Jr. F. J. Gregson J. R. Gregson E. L. Westbrook, Jr C. A. McMean  Resources Cash on hand and in banks$ 6,084.78 U. S. Government securi­ ties ----------------------------2,000.00 Other investment securities 5,000.00 First mortgage direct re­ duction loa n s__________ 64,178.53 First mortgage sinking fund loans ____________ 2,500.00 Loans on all other securi­ ties ___________________ 857.80 Accrued interest on mort­ 2,827.85 gage lo a n s -----------------Real estate owned—office building______ ________ 7,500.00 Real estate owned—other9,940.20 Real estate sold on contract 9,179.54 1.00 Furniture and fixtures___ Other assets ____________ 5,092.66  Liabilities Installment shares—free $ Full paid shares—free___ Mortgage pledged shares_ Bills payable (from bank and individuals)_______ Other liabilities _________ General reserves: For contingencies___ For real estate reserve Undivided p ro fits ________   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $115,162.36  40,722.15 5,300.00 277.00 4,250.00 6,163.75 16,546.62 22,563.46 19,339.38  $115,162.36 Number of m em bers_____ 67 Total amount of loans made during 1942_____ $ 21,715.00  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  109  PEOPLES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Officers W. W. Finch______ Pres, and Secretary W. W. Finch W. E. Lenon______Chairman of Board W. E. Lenon Carl H ollis____________Vice President Carl Hollis W. C. Thomas____Treasurer and Asst. Secretary Pearl H in k le__________________ Asst.Secretary Resources Cash on hand and in banks $ 36,771.57 Stock in Federal Home Loan B a n k ____________ 8,200.00 Other investment securi­ 30,045.70 ties ___________________ First mortgage direct re­ duction lo a n s __________ 676,128.16 First mortgage straight 356.30 loans _ _______________ Loans secured by shares of the association-----------7,924.96 Advances for taxes and in­ surance on loans---------81.27 Real estate owned—other3,202.76 Real estate sold on contract 60,826.31 Furniture and fixtures----1,000.00   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $824,537.03  Directors W. C. Thomas C. W. Conway  Liabilities Installment shares - free__$ 21,715.91 Prepaid shares—f r e e _____ 46,990.39 Full paid shares—free___ 596,075.00 Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank_______ 16,000.00 Loans in process_________ 2,255.25 Advance payment by bor­ rowers (unapplied cr.)_ 578.13 Accounts payable________ 1,290.93 General reserves: For legal reserve_____ 59,128.66 For federal insurance- 11,300.00 For real estate reserve 53,202.76 Undivided p ro fits ________ 16,000.00 $824,537.03 Number of members_____ 677 Total amount of loans made during 1942_____ $210,300.92  110  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  ARGENTA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Officers J. F. Peugh_______________ President Solon Humphreys_________ Secretary Lee Miles ________________ Attorney  Directors J. F. Peugh Joe W. Pugh Solon Humphreys Mrs.C.J.Humphreys Lee Miles  Resources Cash on hand and in banks $ 97,577.41 Stock in Federal Home Loan B an k ____________ 5,100.00 U. S. Government securi­ ties ___________________ 42,400.00 Other investment securities 10,079.80 First mortgage direct re­ duction loa n s__________ 276,394.49 First mortgage sinking fund lo a n s ____________ 4,500.00 First mortgage straight 8,750.00 loans _ _______________ Loans secured by shares of the association-------------1,188.03 Advances for taxes and in­ surance on loans-----------68.51 Real estate owned— other494.95 Real estate sold on contract 9,902.13  Liabilities Installment shares—free $ 10,777.45 Optional payment shares f r e e _____________ 79,398.49 Prepaid shares—f r e e _______________380.46 Full paid shares—free___ 160,300.00 Mortgage pledged shares_ 4,140.70 Advance payment by bor­ rowers (unapplied cr.)_ 857.82 Deferred cred its_________ 3,102.21 Accounts payable________ 5,083.55 General reserves: For legal reserve____ 30,000.00 For federal insurance, 10,493.46 For contingencies____ 9,902.13 For real estate reserve 120,494.95 Undivided p r o fits ________ 21,524.10   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $456,455.32  $456,455.32 Number of members_____ 792 Total amount of loans made during 1942 __________ $125,228.00  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  111  WARREN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION WARREN, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Officers J. R. Gannaway___________ President Louis Ederington____ Vice President B. R. Wardlow_Secretary-Treasurer B. Ball ___________________ Attorney  Directors J. R. Gannaway B. Ball Louis Ederington J. B. Frazer N. R. Herring  Resources Cash on hand and in banks $ 7,575.01 Stock in Federal Home Loan B a n k ____________ 2,900.00 U. S. Government securi­ ties ___________________ 2,300.00 Other investment securities 167.50 First mortgage direct re­ duction loa n s--------------- 99,249.17 First mortgage sinking fund loans ------------------ 152,941.12 Loans secured by shares of 823.46 the association---------- Loans on all other securi­ 1,142.18 ties ------------------------- ;-Advances for taxes and in­ 3,264.94 surance on loans-----------Accrued interest on mort­ 300.00 gage lo a n s ---------------— Real estate owned — office 1,750.00 building----------------------5,349.99 Real estate owned—others Real estate sold on contract 15,652.68 107.73 Furniture and fixtures----1,867.71 Other assets--------------------  Liabilities Mortgage pledged shares_$ 61,481.86 Permanent or guaranty stock _ _______________ 40,000.00 Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank______ 27,085.00 Accrued interest (on ad­ vances) _______________ 90.60 Deposits _ ______________ 123,525.29 Accrued interest (on de­ posits) ________________ 2,646.00 General reserves: For contingencies___ 10,500.00 For real estate reserve 4,268.77 Undivided p ro fits ________ 25,803.97   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $295,401.49  $295,401.49 Number of members______ 342 Total amount of loans made during 1942 ___________ $ 51,115.01  112  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  COMBINED STATEMENT OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF FIVE VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATING STATE CHARTERED BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS IN ARKANSAS AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1942 Resources First mortgage direct reduction loans_________________ $ Advances for taxes, insurance, etc_____________________ Real estate sold on contract___________________________ Real estate owned _____________________________________ Cash on hand and in bank___________________ _______ ____ Loans on other securities_______________________________ Second mortgage loans ______________________________ Loans secured by sharesof the association_______________ Furniture and fixtures_________________________________ Bills receivable ________________________________________ Real estate notes (vendor’s lien)_______________________ Accrued interest on loans_______________________________ Other investment securities_____________________________ Accrued interest on investments________________________  66,404.87 9,411.94 58,105.04 54,234.38 13,557.57 13,011.18 2,094.70 1,624,75 1,400.00 37,663.62 5,868.58 922.63 2,000.00 35.50  $266,334.76 Liabilities Optional shares ----------------------------------------------------------- $ 3,651.12 Net free installment shares_____________________________ 25,123.86 Full paid shares--------------------------------------------------------------- 156,494.45 General reserves: For contingencies _________________________________ 3,447.94 Unrealized profits _________________________________ 10,185.76 Prepaid shares ________________________________________ 5,479.63 Permanent reserve or guaranty stock____________________ 48,066.00 Interest on full paid stock_________ 74.20 Undivided profits __________________________ 13,811.80   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $266,334.76  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  113  ARKANSAS SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Officers Fred Sammons____________ President M. H ow lett__________ Vice President Ray S. Smith_____________ Secretary  Directors Fred Sammons Archer J. Smith M. Howlett K. Butterfield Ray S. Smith  Resources First mortgage direct reduc­ tion lo a n s ______________ $17,060.62 Real estate sold on contract 12,632.66 Real estate owned_________ 16,789.22 Cash on hand and in bank_10,150.24 Second mortgage loans_____ 2,094.70 Loans secured by shares of the association__________ 743.75 400.00 Furniture and fixtures-------  Liabilities 50.66 Optional shares___________ $ Full paid shares____________ 55,312.50 General reserves—for con­ tingencies ______________ 463.69 Undivided p r o fits _________ 4,044.34  $59,871.19  $59,871.19  CITIZENS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION JONESBORO, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Officers Charles A. Stuck_________ President William R. Stuck_________ Secretary Resources First mortgage direct re­ duction lo a n s __________$ Advances for taxes, in­ surance, e t c ___________ Real estate sold on contract Real estate owned_______ Cash on hand and in bank_ Loans on other securities--   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Directors Charles A. Stuck Martha G. Stuck William R. Stuck Miss Florence Stuck  Liabilities Full paid shares__________$ 85,470.31 17,368.47 General reserves: For contingencies___ 2,984.25 Unrealized p rofits___ 10,185.76 9,236.82 7,950.58 45,472.38 Undivided p r o fits ________ 19,889.89 1,612.16 13,011.18  $106,590.90  $106,590.90  114  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  EQUITABLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Officers George R o s e ______________ President H. C. Johnston____________ Secretary  George Rose H. C. Johnston  Directors George H. Burden  Resources Cash on hand and in bank____ $30.13  Liabilities Full paid shares______________ $ 3.00 Undivided p r o fit s ____________ 27.13  $30.13  $30.13  LEADER BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Officers Charles M ey er-------------------President Alexander Weir -Secretary-Treasurer Resources First mortgage direct reduc­ tion lo a n s ______________ $ 200.00 Real estate owned-------------- 6,000.00 Cash on hand and in bank__ 1,468.23 Loans secured by shares of 881.00 the association--------------Accrued interest on loans— 922.63 Other investment securities- 2,000.00 Accrued interest on invest­ ments __________________ 35.50   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $11,507.36  Charles Meyer  Directors Alexander Weir  Liabilities Optional shares___________ $ Net free installment shares Full paid shares___________ Interest on full paid stock_ Undivided p ro fits _________  3,600.46 5,155.00 1,100.00 74.20 1,577.70  $11,507.36  115  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  PRUDENTIAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Officers R. L. Powell_____________ President J. N. Moxley--------------------- Secretary  R. L. Powell J. N. Moxley H. C. Thomas  Directors J. L. Schaer H. S. Nixon  Resources First mortgage direct reduc­ tion lo a n s ______________ $31,775.78 Advances for taxes, insur­ ance, etc. ______________ 175.12 Real estate owned_________ 11,555.27 Cash on hand and in bank_ 296.81 Furniture and fixtures_____ 1,000.00 Bills receivable___________ 37,663,62 Real estate notes (Vendor’s lien) ___________________ 5,868.58  Liabilities Net free installment shares$19,968.86 Full paid shares___________ 14,608.64 Prepaid sh ares___________ 5,479.63 Permanent reserve or guar­ anty s t o c k _____________ 48,066.00 Undivided profits ________ 212.05  $88,335.18  $88,335.18   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  SECURITIES DIVISION June 30, 1943  *  *  *  *  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  118  COMBINED STATEMENT OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF THIRTEEN INDUSTRIAL BANKS IN ARKANSAS AS OF June 30, 1943 Resources Loans and discounts ___________________________________$445,633.99 U. S. securities------------------------------------------------------------ 92,120.00 Other bonds andsecurities______________________________ 30,825.53 Furniture and fix tu r e s _________________________________ 6,321.77 753.74 Real estate ___________________________________________ Organization expenses ________________________________ 5,325.34 Cash on hand and in banks______________________________ 60,548.55 Other resources ______________________________________ 21,019.91 $662,548.83 Liabilities Preferred stock ------------------------------------------------------------$ 21,251.20 Common stock ________________________________________ 297,660.00 Undivided profits ___________________________ 22,999.09 Reserves _ ____________________________________________ 9,169.60 Investment certificates ------------------------------------------------- 133,279.48 Bills payable _________________________________________ 129,592.98 Other liabilities _______________________________________ 16,604.83 Surplus _ _____________________________________________ 31,991.65   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $662,548.83  119  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  INDUSTRIAL THRIFT & LOAN COMPANY CAMDEN, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 L. M. Stern___ J. E. Gaughan. C. D. Sanders.  Officers _______________________ President __________________ Vice President _____________ Secretary-Treasurer  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 19,572.74 Cash on hand and in banks 4,942.20 616.87 Other resources__________  Liabilities Common s to ck ___________$ 25,000.00 112.87 Reserves ________________ 16.00 Bills p ayable____________ 2.94 Surplus _________________  $ 25,131.81  $ 25,131.81  UNION INVESTMENT COMPANY, INCORPORATED EL DORADO, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 Officers Clyde E. Byrd__________________ Grady R. Woolley_______________ L. F. Brewer____________________ C. M. Pynes____________________  ____ President .Vice President ____ Secretary Vice President  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 35,989.74 2,496.68 Furniture and fixtures___ Cash on hand and in banks 2,246.33 Other resources__________ 7,892.38  Liabilities Preferred sto ck __________$ 25,000.00 3,528.25 Undivided p ro fits ________ Reserves ________________ 681.38 Bills p ayable____________ 16,266.89 Other liabilities__________ 3,148.61  $ 48,625.13  $ 48,625.13  HELENA INDUSTRIAL LOAN CORPORATION HELENA, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 Officers W. W. Moore, Sr_______________________________ President W. T. Greer_______________________________Vice President S. H. Hurst_________________________ Secretary-Treasurer Resources Loans and discounts______$ 34,987.00 Cash on hand and in banks 4,357.99 Other resources__________ 916.00   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $ 40,260.99  Liabilities Coihmon sto ck __________ Investment certificates __ Bills payable___________ Surplus _________________  17,800.00 13,064.26 7,840.00 1,556.73 $ 40,260.99  120  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  ARKANSAS INVESTMENT COMPANY HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 Officers E. E. Steigler_____ ___________________________President G. E. Hogaboom___________________________Vice President J. Fillmore Meadows_________________ Secretary-Treasurer Resources Loans and discounts______$ 49,100.65 U. S. securities___________ 5,000.00 Furniture aud fixtures___ 433.03 Real estate______________ 629.38 Gash on hand and in banks 1,544.72 Other resources__________ 1,014.08  Liabilities Common s to ck ___________ $ 35,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 400.00 R eserves________________ 2,632.69 Investment certificates__ 18,987.65 Other liabilities__________ 701.52  $ 57,721.86  $ 57,721.86  LEDGERWOOD LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANY HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 Officers Cecil H. Ledgerwood____________________________ Partner John J. Ledgerwood____________________________ Partner Resources Loans and discounts______ $11,828.73 U. S. securities__________ 6,750.00 Other bonds and securities. 9,039.24 Cash on hand and in banks. 9,766.38  Liabilities Common sto ck ____ _______ $20,000.00 Undivided p r o fits _________ 9,826.28 Investment certificates___ 4,887.75 Other liabilities___________ 2,485.93 Surplus __________________ 184.39  $37,384.35  $37,384.35  ATLAS FINANCE COMPANY LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 Officers W. P. Hamilton________________________________ President S. M. Harris_______________________ Secretary-Treasurer Resources Loans and discounts_______ $56,508.03 Furniture and fixtures_____ 418.55 Real esta te________________ 124.36 Cash on hand and in banks. 2,917.29 Other resources__________ 15.00  Liabilities Common stock ___________ $ 300.00 Reserves _________________ 1,960.66 Investment certificates____31,211.94 Bills payable_____________ 4,395.54 Surplus ____________________22,115.09  $59,983.23  $59,983.23   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  121  CENTRAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANY LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 Officers Joe Jung _____________________________________ President F. W. Duttlinger________________________ Vice President J. C. Nemec________________________ Secretary-Treasurer Resources Loans and discounts_______ $58,906.11 Other bonds and securities9.15 Furniture and fixtures_____ 1,821.17 Organization expenses___ 5,325.34 Cash on hand and in banks. 2,268.82 Other resources __________ 500.00  Liabilities Common s t o c k _______ ___ $30,310.00 476.15 Undivided profits ___ ___ Investment certificates ___ 22,136.44 Bills p ayable_________ ___ 9,100.80 Other liabilities ______ ___ 5,438.61 Surplus _ ____________ ___ 1,368.59  $68,830.59  $68,830.59  CREDIT ASSOCIATION FINANCE COMPANY LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 Officers N. O. Arendt__________________ J. F. Owens____________________ Ira D. Bloom, Sr_______________ Wm. R. Arendt_________________  _____ President Vice President _____ Secretary ------- Treasurer  Resources Loans and discounts______ $24,087.84 Cash on hand and in banks. 4,476.74 Other resources _________ 260.70  Liabilities Common sto ck ____________ $ 8,500.00 Investment C ertificates__ 13,788.83 Bills Payable_____________ 9,295.69 Other liabilities __________ 2,821.55 Surplus (deficit) _________ 5,580.79  $28,825.28  $28,825.28  GENERAL CONTRACT PURCHASE CORPORATION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 Officers A. A. Blumeyer________________________________ President W. E. Burtelow________________ Exec. V. P. and Treasurer P. W. Herzog______________ Vice President and Secretary J. G. Butler_______________________________ Vice President F. J. Obermeier___________________________ Vice President E. E. Salmon_____________________________ Vice President Resources Loans and discounts_______$ 1,683.35 U. S. securities------------------ 80,000.00 Furniture and fixtures_____ 1,152.34 Cash on hand and in banks- 6,044.48  Liabilities Common stock ___________ $50,000.00 Undivided p ro fits _________ 8,134.74 Investment certificates____ 28,730.58 Bills payable_ 22.24 Other liabilities 1,992.61  $88,880.17  $88,880.17   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  122  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  LIBERTY LOAN & REALTY COMPANY LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 Officers J. W. Strawn, Sr_______________ J. W. Strawn, Jr_______________ Mrs. J. W. Strawn, Sr_________  --------------- President ____ Vice President Secretary-Treasurer  Resources Loans and discounts______ $27,518.97 Cash on hand and in banks- 4,990.09 480.81 Other resou rces_________  Liabilities Common stock ____________$10,000.00 Reserves ______________ 3,782.00 Bills payable_____________ 12,535.36 Surplus __________________ 6,672.51  $32,989.87  $32,989.87  UNITED LOAN & INVESTMENT COMPANY LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 Officers James Thomas ________________________________ President G. M. Mathews---------------------------------------- Vice President R. G. McDaniel_____________________ Secretary-Treasurer Resources Loans and discounts______$103,421.37 U. S. securities----------------370.00 Other bonds and securities 21,777.14 Cash on hand and in banks 7,497.13 Other resou rces_________ 7,363.28  Liabilities Common stock ___________ $ 75,000.00 Undivided p ro fits ________ 633.67 Bills payable____________ 61,041.32 Other liabilities _________ 16.00 Surplus _________________ 3,737.93  $140',428.92  $140,428.92  UNION INDUSTRIAL LOAN CORPORATION NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 Officers Ben W inston_ A. L. Hale____ Fred Jordon _ Thos. H. Little. B. J. Kaup------  ------------ President — Vice President ------------ Secretary _______ Treasurer General Manager  Resources Loans and discounts__ ____$21,358.36 Cash on hand and in banks- 8,996.64 Other resou rces_________ 1,865.54  Liabilities Common s t o c k ___ :_______ $21,251.20 Bills p ayable______________ 9,079.14 Surplus __________________ 1,890.20  $32,220.54  $32,220.54   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  123  VAN BUREN LOAN BUREAU, INC. VAN BUREN, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 W. R. ReynoldsWylie Smith G. I. Matthews .____  Officers ____ _  __  ___________President _ _ _ Vice President Secretary-Treasurer  Resources Loans and discounts__ __ | 671.10 Cash on hand and in banks_ 499.74 Other resources _ __ __ 95.25  Liabilities Common stock _$ 750.00 Investment ce rtifica tes____ 472.03 Surplus ____— ____ 44.06  $1,266.09  $1,266.09   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  124  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  COMBINED STATEMENT OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF SIX INDUSTRIAL LOAN INSTITUTIONS OPERATING UNDER ACT 111 OF 1941. June 30, 1943 Resources Loans and discounts____________________________________ $376,309.24 U. S. securities________________________________________ 74,630.00 Furniture and fixtures_________________________________ 12,281.17 Organization expense __________________________________ 399.75 Cash on hand and in banks_______________________________ 115,021.07 C. S. V. insurance_________________________ _____________ 5,860.00 Investment account ____________________________________ 30,000.00 Other resources _______________________________________ 15,535.67 $630,036.! Liabilities Preferred stock _______________________________________ $234,560.00 Common stock _________________________________________ 182,014.37 Undivided profits --------------------------------------------------------3,694.75 Reserves _ ____________________________________________ 38,922.54 Investment certificates ________________________________ 53,895.19 Bills payable___________________________________________ 2,901.71 Other liabilities _______________________________________ 114,048.34   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $630,036.90  125  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  FRIENDLY FINANCE COMPANY FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 Joe M. Steele___ L. E. Johnson___ Harvey L. Joyce.  Officers _______________________ President __________________Vice President _____________Secretary-Treasurer  Resources Loans and discounts_______ $1,623.57 Cash on hand and in banks. _ 7,927.86 78.77 Other resources __________  Liabilities Common sto ck ____________ $10,000.00 R eserves_________________ 210.33 Bills p ayable_____________ 31.75 Other liabilities (deficit)__ 611.88  $9,630.20  $ 9,630.20  PEOPLES LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANY FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 Officers R. A. Young----------------------------W. M. Eads____________________ W. A. Needham_______________ R. C. Helvie____________________ Resources Loans and discounts_$179,240.60 U. S. securities______ 5,050.00 Furniture and fixtures____ 2,806.11 Organization expense____ 399.75 Cash on hand and in banks 53,058.88 5,860.00 C. S. V. insurance__ Investment accou n t______ 30,000.00 Other resou rces____ 10,961.88  _____ President Vice President _____ Secretary ------- Treasurer  Liabilities Preferred stock _______ Common s t o c k _______ Reserves _____________ Investment certificates Bills p a ya b le__________  Other liabilities______  $287,377.22  .$152,*100.01/ . 30,000.00 . 18,064.34 . 47,865.20 . 1,571.27 . 37,441.41  $287,377.22  CITIZENS LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANY LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 Officers E. W. Emerson------------------------------------------------ President Frank H. Dodge__________________________ Vice President Robert D. Fenton, Jr----------------------- Secretary-Treasurer Resources Loans and discounts__ $77,975.00 Furniture and fixtures_____ 1,488.80‘ Cash on hand and in banks. 9,588.05 Other resources --------------- 3,770.02   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $92,821.87  Liabilities Preferred stock ______ Common s t o c k ________ Undivided p ro fits _____ Reserves _ ____________ Bills payable__ ____ ___  $82,125.00 1,274.37 1,685.95 6,964.86 771.69 $92,821.87  126  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  COMMERCIAL CREDIT PLAN, INCORPORATED LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 Officers ___________________ - ___President __________________ Vice President _______________________ Secretary _______________________ Treasurer  H. A. Cherry. J. P. Taylor— W. R. Mules-. J. P. Winzer.  Resources Loans and discounts---------- $ 9,000.00 U. S. securities___________ 49,580.00 Cash on hand and in banks. 1,658.95  Liabilities Common stock ___________ $50,000.00 Reserves _________________ 822.36 Bills payable_____________ 83.34 Other liabilities__________ 9,333.25  $60,238.95  $60,238.95  NATIONAL CREDIT CORPORATION PINE BLUFF, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 Officers N. J. Gantt, Jr________________________________ President V. D. Webb--------------------------------------------- Vice President C. S. McNew, Jr_____________________Secretary-Treasurer Resources Loans and discounts______ $41,151.27 U. S. securities__________ 20,000.00 Cash on hand and in banks. 12,652.91  Liabilities Common s t o c k ___ _______ $50,000.00 Undivided profits ________ 2,008.80 Reserves _________________ 6,351.72 Bills payable_____________ 443.66 Other liabilities __________ 15,000.00  $73,804.18  $73,804.18  MORGAN PLAN COMPANY TEXARKANA, ARKANSAS June 30, 1943 J. R. Gunter. F. E. W ilson... Hal H. Brown.  Officers ----------------------------------- President --------------------------- Vice President --------------------Secretary-Treasurer  Resources Loans and discounts_____ $ 67,318.80 Furniture and fixtures-----7,986.26 Cash on hand and in banks 30,134.42 Other resou rces-------------725.00  Liabilities Common sto ck ___________ $ 40,740.00 Reserves ________________ 6,508.93 Investment certificates__ 6,029.99 Other liabilities _________ 52,885.56  $106,164.48  $106,164.48   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  . 127  COMBINED STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF TWENTY CREDIT UNIONS OF ARKANSAS AS OF December 1, 1942 Assets Cash on hand_________________________________________ $ 1,518.91 Due from banks------------------------------------------------------------- 76,460.92 Bonds and securities____________________________________ 38,826.63 Loans outstanding ------------------------------------------------------- 103,954.68 338.28 Furniture and fixtures_________________________________ Other assets _____ 153.78 $221,253.20 Liabilities Share balance --------------------------------------------------------------$189,785.97 Deposits _ ______________ - _____________________________ 3,608.91 Guaranty fund ------------------------------------------------------------- 15,469.97 Bills payable --------------------------------------------------------------784.80 Undivided earnings--------------------------------------------------------- 10,273.96 Other liabilities _______________________________________ 1,329.59   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $221,253.20 Approximate Number of Members - 2,635  128  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  EL DORADO-ROCK ISLAND CREDIT UNION EL DORADO, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Assets Due from banks___________ $ 5,449.13 Loans outstanding _______ 5,269.86  Liabilities Share balan ce____________ $ 8,718.00 Guaranty fund ___________ 1,383.25 Undivided earnings_______ 274.22 Other liabilities __________ 343.52  $10,718.99  $10,718.99  Approximate Number of Members - 83  LION OIL COOPERATIVE SAVINGS & CREDIT UNION EL DORADO, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Liabilities Assets Due from banks----------------- $19,896.15 Share balan ce____________ $27,337.00 Bonds and securities---------- 6,480.00 Guaranty fund ___________ 1,681.44 Loans outstanding________ 4,680.86 Undivided earnings_______ 2,132.76 Other liabilities __________ 64.33 Furniture and fixtures--------------------- 158.52 $31,215.53  $31,215.53  Approximate Number of Members - 278  ARKANSAS CENTRAL CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Assets Due from banks____________ $1,752.71 Loans outstanding ------------ 1,704.22 Other assets --------------------102.06  Liabilities Share b alan ce_____________ $3,292.85 Guaranty fund ____________ 160.61 Undivided earnings________ 102.03 Other liabilities ___________ 3.50  $3,558.99  $3,558.99   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Approximate Number of Members - 52  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  129  ARKLAGAS CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Assets Due from banks____________ $529.42 Loans outstanding _________ 366.25  Liabilities Share balance ____ $836.75 Guaranty fu n d ______________ 26.38 Undivided earnings__________ 32.54  $895.67  $895.67  Approximate Number of Members - 60  ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Assets Cash on hand ______ Due from banks____ Bonds and securities. Loans outstanding —  $ 5.25 _ 5,370.30 _ 592.00 _ 2,772.75  Liabilities Share balance ____________ $7,881.41 Guaranty fund ___________ 604.53 Undivided earnings________ 254.36  $8,740.30  $8,740.30  Approximate Number of Members - 70  DEPARTMENT OF LABOR CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Assets Cash on hand--------------------- $ 241.01 Due from banks----------------92.04 Loans outstanding ------------ 2,588.99 5-00 Other assets ---------------------  Liabilities Share balance ____________ $1,869.00 Guaranty f u n d -----------------138.15 Undivided earnings________ 136.59 Bills payable______________ 783.30  $2,927.04  $2,927.04   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Approximate Number o f Members - 93  130  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  FEDERATED SHOP CRAFTS CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Assets Cash on hand_____________$ 59.99 l)ue from banks___________ 472.61 Bonds and securities_______ 100.00 Loans outstanding_________ 4,782.30 29.25 Furniture and fixtures____ Other assets ______________ 10.00  Liabilities Share balance_____________ $5,225.65 Guaranty f u n d _______ 227.07 Undivided earnings________ 1.43  $5,454.15  $5,454.15  Approximate Number of Members - 180  FEDERATION CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Assets Cash on hand____________ $ 342.46 Bonds and securities--------- 1,222.00 Loans outstanding ---------- 11,323.81  Liabilities Share balance _______ $11,373.66 Deposits _ _______________ 425.78 Guaranty fund ___________ 325.65 Undivided earnings ______ 763.18  $12,888.27  $12,888.27  Approximate Number of Members - 142  FRANKE’S INC., CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Assets Due from banks-----------------$ 683.63 Loans outstanding ________1,271.10  Liabilities Share balance ____________ $1,762.63 Guaranty f u n d ____________ 175.68 Undivided earn in gs________ 16.42  $1,954.73  $1,954.73   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Approximate Number o f Members - 78  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  131  GAZETTE EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Assets Due from banks___________ $1,962.09 Bonds and securities_______ 200.00 Loans outstanding ________ 2,842.22  Liabilities Share balance ___ $4,413.86 Deposits __________________ 159.14 Guaranty fund ____________ 160.80 Undivided earnings________ 170.51 Other liabilities ___________ 100.00  $5,004.31  $5,004.31  Approximate Number of Members - 71  K.  E. M. B. A. LITTLE ROCK CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942  l Assets Due from banks__________$ 6,692.36 Bonds and securities_______ 17,760.00 Loans outstanding________ 6,583.58  Liabilities Share balan ce________ Guaranty fund _______ Undivided earnings___ Other liabilities ______  $31,035.94  $27,652.75 . 1,247.55 . 2,060.64 75.00 $31,035.94  Approximate Number of Members - 260  LITTLE ROCK MUNICIPAL WATER WORKS EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Assets  Cash on hand________:______$ 54.98 Due from banks____________ 1,874.01 Loans outstanding_________ 185.52   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Liabilities Share balan ce_____________ $ 460.00 Deposits _ ---------------------------1,182.02 Guaranty f u n d ____________ 54.93 Undivided earnings________ 41.64 Other liabilities ___________ 375.87  $2,114.46 Approximate Number o f Members - 35  $2,114.46  132  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  LITTLE ROCK POSTAL CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Assets Cash on hand_____________ $ 55.32 Due from banks___________ 7,920.07 Bonds and securities_______ 2,235.00 Loans outstanding________ 14,027.51  Liabilities Share balan ce____________ $19,815.26 Guaranty f u n d ___________ 2,794.14 Undivided earnings_______ 1,628.50  $24,237.90  $24,237.90  Approximate Number of Members - 193  LITTLE ROCK-ROCK ISLAND CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Assets Due from banks_____ Bonds and securities.. Loans outstanding — Other assets _______  $ 6,493.20 600.00 . 11,468.83 36.72  Liabilities Share balance____________ $17,137.19 Guaranty fund ____________ 1,442.51 Undivided earnings_______ 11.55 Other liabilities__________ 7.50  $18,598.75  $18,598.75  Approximate Number of Members - 143  VETERANS ADMINISTRATION EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Assets Due from banks___________$ 4,559.76 Bonds and securities---------- 4,812.00 Loans outstanding------------ 6,894.58 Furniture and fixtures------34.39  Liabilities Share balan ce____________ $12,140.84 Deposits _ _______________ 1,841.97 Guaranty fund ___________ 1,500.58 Undivided earnings_______ 810.46 Other liabilities __________ 6.88  $16,300.73  $16,300.73   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Approximate Number o f Members - 169  133  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  FORT ROOTS CREDIT UNION NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Assets Cash on hand_____________ $ 370.05 Due from banks___________ 2,350.14 Bonds and securities_______ 3,792.50 Loans outstanding_________ 12,651.55  Liabilities Share balan ce___ ________ $17,156.61 Guaranty f u n d ___________ 1,168.01 Undivided earnings_______ 838.12 Bills payable_____________ 1.50  $19,164.24  $19,164.24  Approximate Number of Members - 257  NORTH LITTLE ROCK MISSOURI PACIFIC CREDIT UNION NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Assets Cash on hand______________ $ 106.84 Due from banks____________ 2,853.14 Bonds and securities-----------833.13 Loans outstanding__________ 3,912.90 Furniture and fixtures____ 91.12  Liabilities Share balan ce_____________ $6,511.00 Guaranty fund ____________ 833.13 Undivided earnings________ 425.67 Other liabilities ___________ 27.33  $7,797.13  $7,797.13  Approximate Number of Members - 162  ARKANSAS BUILDERS CREDIT UNION PINE BLUFF, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Assets Cash on hand_____________ $ 10.00 Due from banks___________ 6,127.34 Loans outstanding________ 3,890.01 Furniture and fixtures____ 15.00  Liabilities Share balan ce____________ $ 8,196.63 Guaranty f u n d ----------------- 1,057.72 Undivided earnings_______ 464.84 Other liabilities__________ 323.16  $10,042.35  $10,042.35   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Approximate Number o f Members - 153  134  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  BUTTER-NUT BAKERS CREDIT UNION PINE BLUFF, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Assets Cash on hand Due from banks Bonds and securities— .. Loans outstanding _ _ .  _ $273.06 273.57 _ 200.00 12.00  Liabilities Share balance ------------- _____ $580.23 Guaranty fund ___ _____ 80.79 Undivided earnings ___ _____ 97.61  $758.63  $758.63  Approximate Number of Members - 11  MISSOURI PACIFIC TWIN CITY CREDIT UNION VAN BUREN, ARKANSAS December 31, 1942 Liabilities Assets Due from banks----------------- $1,109.25 Share b alan ce_____________ $7,424.65 Loans outstanding_________ 6,725.84 Guaranty fund ____________ 407.05 Furniture and fixtures-------------------- 10.00 Undivided earnings________ 10.89 2.50 Other liabilities ___________   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $7,845.09 Approximate Number of Members - 145  $7,845.09  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  QUALIFIED STOCK EXCHANGES 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  135  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  186  DEALERS AUTHORIZED TO SELL QUALIFIED OR EXEMPT SECURITIES IN ARKANSAS AS OF JUNE 30, 1943 Walter R. Bass Company------------------------------------------- .Little Rock, Arkansas Lewis W. Cherry & Company________________________ Little Rock, Arkansas E. L. Villareal & Company------------------------------------------ Little Rock, Arkansas Equitable Securities Corporation_____________________ .Nashville, Tennessee Hill, Crawford & Lanford, Inc_________________________ Little Rock, Arkansas Investors Syndicate_________________________________ Minneapolis, Minnesota Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane_________________New York, New York T.  J. Raney & Sons-------------------------------------------------- Little Rock, Arkansas  Satterfield Brothers & Company______________________Little Rock, Arkansas Southern Securities Company________________________ Xittle Rock, Arkansas W.  R. Stephens, Investments------------------------------------ Little Rock, Arkansas  Utrusco Corporation-------------------------------------------------- Little Rock, Arkansas Mallory Williams & Company------------------------------------ .Little Rock, Arkansas Walton, Sullivan & Company________________________ Little Rock, Arkansas   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  137  ISSUING COMPANIES AUTHORIZED TO SELL SECURITIES IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS AS OF JUNE 30, 1943 (Certificates of Authority expire one year from date of permit) Date  Name and Address  7- 1-42  Affiliated Fund, Inc. One Exchange Place Jersey City, New Jersey  $389,976.44 Common Stock 25c per share.  7- 1-42  American Business Shares, Inc. One Exchange Place Jersey City, New Jersey  $518,002.59 Common Stock $.50 P /V at current offering price.  Axe-Houghton Fund, Inc. One Exchange Place Jersey City, New Jersey  $50,000 sales value Capital Stock.  12-31-42  Amount Authorized  3-31-43  Axe-Houghton Fund “ B” , Inc. One Exchange Place Jersey City, New Jersey  $24,114.50 sales value Common Stock  7-15-42  Berry Dry Goods Company Fort Smith, Arkansas  269 shares of 7% Preferred Stock, P /V $100.00.  7- 1-42  Boston Fund, Inc. 111 Devonshire St. Boston, Massachusetts  $25,000 Common Stock, par value $5.00 per share.  7- 1-42  Commodity Corporation 24 Federal Street Boston, Massachuetts  $25,000 Common Capital Stock to be sold through dealers only.  11- 2-42  Chemical Fund, Inc. 15 Exchange Place Jersey City, New Jersey  $50,000 Capital Stock P /V $1.00; selling price to be based on asset value to be deter­ mined on every business day as of time for closing New York Stock Exchange.  7- 1-42  Dividend Shares, Inc. Jersey City, New Jersey  Unlimited amount of Divi­ dend Shares.  Equipment Finance Corporation Chicago, Illinois  $25,000 Common Stock No P/V.  1- 6-43  Group Securities, Inc. One Exchange Place Jersey City, New Jersey  $25,000 (sales value) Capital Stock of Group Securities, designated Low Prices Shares, to be sold through registered and qualified Arkansas deal­ ers.  5- 2-43  Group Securities, Inc. One Exchange Place Jersey City, New Jersey  $25,000 (sales value) Capital Stock of Group Securities designated General B o n d Shares to be sold through registered and qualified Ar­ kansas dealers.  10-27-42   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  138  Date  Name and Address  Amount Authorized  10- 9-42  Group Securities, Inc. One Exchange Place Jersey City, New Jersey  $50,000 worth of eighteen in­ dustrial classes Capital Stock of Group Securities, Inc.  6-17-43  Group Securities, Inc. One Exchange Place Jersey City, New Jersey  $25,000 sales value Administered Shares.  7- 1-42  Hamilton Depositors Corporation Denver, Colorado  Unlimited Amount Trust Shares.  Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company San Francisco, California  $10,000.00 Common Stock $10 Par Value.  Investors Mutual, Inc. 200 Roanoke Building Minneapolis, Minesota  $500,000 (sales value) special Stock of Investors Mutual, Inc., to be sold exclusively in Arkansas by Investors Syn­ dicate, a registered and qual­ ified dealer.  Investors Syndicate of America 200 Roanoke Building Minneapolis, Minesota  Unlimited Amount of Invest­ ment Certificates, Series One.  7- 1-42  Lifetime Truss Company Jonesboro, Arkansas  700 Shares Common Stock.  7- 1-42  Manhattan Bond Fund, Inc. 15 Exchange Place Jersey City, New Jersey  $25,000 worth P /V 10c Capi­ tal Stock to be sold at asset value.  7- 1-42  Massachusetts Investors Second Fund, Inc. Jersey City, New Jersey  $95,366.39 worth Common Stock.  7- 1-42  Massachusetts Investors Trust Boston, Massachusetts  Unlimited Amount Certifi­ cates of Beneficial Interest.  7-27-42  Mineral Enterprise, Inc. Little Rock, Arkansas  2,000 shares Common Stock. No par value.  Monticello Cotton Mills Cp. Monticello, Arkansas  $190,000 Refunding Bonds of Monticello Cotton Mills Co., dated January 1, 1943.  11-23-42 2-12-43  12- 5-42  10-24-42  Fully  9-26-42  New York Stocks, Inc. 15 Exchange Place ,Jersey City, New Jersey  $102,369.50 of Special Stock at market price.  3-15-43  Selected American Shares, Inc. 135 South LaSalle Street Chicago, Illinois  $100,000 (sales value) Com­ mon Stock to be sold through registered and qualified Ar­ kansas dealers.  8- 1-42  Southern Securities Company Little Rock, Arkansas  $100,000 Kansas City South­ ern Ry. 3% Ser. 40 secured notes.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  Date  Name and Address  139  Amount Authorized  2-24-43  State Street Investment Corporation 140 Federal Street Boston, Massachusetts  $25,000 Aggregate S a l e s Price. To be sold throungh qualified dealers in Arkan­ sas.  6-26-43  Texas-Arkansas Fund, Inc. 1003 Kirby Building Dallas, Texas  Unlimited amount Texas-Ar­ kansas Certificates, to be sold as a continuous offering rough registered and qualed dealers in Arkansas.  9-28-42  Union Trusteed Funds, Inc. 1 Exchange Place Jersey City, New Jersey  68,016.94 Aggregate amt. Capital Stock of Union usteed Funds, Inc.   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  140  COMBINED OPERATING STATEMENT OF ONE HUNDRED FIFTY BURIAL ASSOCIATIONS FOR THE TWELVE MONTH PERIOD ENDING JUNE 30, 1943 Balance available for payment of benefits June 30, 1942 _________________ - _________________________ $ 711,317.67 Receipts from July 1, 1942 to June 30, 1943________ 2,111,760.31 Operating expense ______________________________ 257,804.91 Average percent of receipts_______________________ 12.2 Benefits paid ------------------------------------------------------1,611,960.09 Balance available for payment of benefits: Banks and c a s h ________________________ 621,765.85 U. S. bonds and securities_______________ 331,547.13 953,312.98 Approximate Number of Members, 1,630,000 Approximate Number of Benefits Rendered 11,000   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  141  BURIAL ASSOCIATIONS AUTHORIZED TO SELL MEMBERSHIP CERTIFICATES IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS AS OF JUNE 30, 1943 Name of Association Address Sec’y-Treas. Adams Burial Association--------------- Cotter-------------------Mrs. Joe M. Adams Andrews Burial Association________ El Dorado------------- Idalia Andrews Arkansas Burial Society, Inc----------- Fort Smith------------Mrs. Helen Stackable Arkansas Funeral Home Burial Ass’n.Clarksville------------E. Crumrine Arkansas State Burial Association._.Rison____________ Mrs. Ruth Buie Ashby Burial Association _________ Benton-----------------G. Hawkins Ashley County Burial Association— .Hamburg________ Murphy Jones Bailey Burial Association -------------- Cabot____________ Mrs. Gladys Bailey Barry County Burial Association, Inc..Eureka Springs___w . D. Koone T. E. Barton Burial Association____ El Dorado------------ Eula Dorman Baxter County Burial Association...Mountain Home— 0. B. McClure Beasley-Wood Burial Society ______ Mena------------------- Olen R. Wood Boone County Burial Association___ Harrison-------------- l . C. Holt Briggs Burial Association__________Judsonia--------------- p G. Briggs Brown-Midkiff Burial S ociety_____ Clarendon------------- A. L. Brown Burns Burial A ssociation__________ Bentonville— ------ Jessie Parker Burns Leo Carr Burial Association_______ Mammoth Spring__Leo Carr Carroll County Burial Association ...Berryville------------ R. L. Nelson Caruth Burial Association___________ Hot Springs--------- Jack Caruth Caskey Burial Association__________ Des Arc--------------- H. M. Caskey Cave City Burial Association________ Cave City------------- Silas McGee Cecil Burial Association------------------- Batesville-------------Dr. Walter W. Cecil Ernest E. Chandler Burial Ass’n______Searcy----------------- Mrs. E. E. Chandler J. Rudolph Chandler Burial Ass’n_____Searcy----------------- J. Rudolph Chandler Charleston Benevolent Burial Ass’n___Charleston----------- A. M. Smith Charleston Hardware Burial Ass’n___ Charleston----------- Herman Adams Chicot County Burial Association____ Eudora---------------- Charles McCullough Christeson Burial Association_______ Harrison-------------- A. C. Christeson The Christian Burial Association____ Eudora---------------- Glasco Watts Church Burial Association__________ Dermott---------------Coneliaus Davis Citizens Burial Association_________ West Memphis------ John Niven Cobb Funeral Home Burial Society— Blytheville-----------W. H. Stovall Collison Burial Association__________ Bald Knob------------ W. Ernest Forbes Columbia County Burial Ass’n_______ Magnolia------------- Charles Lewis Cross County Burial Association_____ Wynne-----------------W. C. Kernodle Desha and Chicot County Burial Ass’n.McGehee-------------- H. B. Dyer Dixie Funeral Association__________ McGehee-------------- Mrs. L. L. Jones T. T. Doolin Burial Association______ Conway--------------- T. T. Doolin Downey Burial Society_____________ Dermott---------------E. Q. Downey Drew County Burial Association------ Monticello________ Hattie E. Henderson East Funeral Benefit Assurance Co___Texarkana_______ W. F. Meissner Edwards Burial Association_________ Fort Smith_______ Delmar D. Edwards A. J. Emerson Burial Association------Paragould------------ A. J. Emerson Evans Funeral Home Burial Ass’n------Paris____________ Mrs. Anna Bradley Flowers Burial Association_________ Marianna________ F. C. Flowers Fordyce Burial Association_________ Fordyce__________ Carlton Mays Franklin County Burial Association__.Ozark____________J. T. Greer, Jr. Frazer’s Burial Association-------------- Warren__________ Elbert Frazer Friendship Burial Associatioh---------Ashdown_________ I. M. Phillips Goatcher Burial Association------------ Lake Village______Noble B. Goatcher Grand Prairie Burial Association------DeWitt___________Don W. Essex Great Southern Protective Ass’n-------- Arkadelphia______ Alva C. Harris Gregg Burial Association----------------- Jonesboro________ Mrs. James T. Gregg Griffin Burial Association--------------- Harrisburg_______ M. M. Griffin Griffin-Leggett Burial Society--------- Little Rock_______ Paul Griffin   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  142  State of Arkansas: Bank Department  Name of Association Address Sec’y-Treas. Great Protective Burial Association--. Pine Bluff________Vester Miller Hancock Burial Association_________ Marked Tree_____ H. Grady Hancock Hannah Burial Society______________ Cotton Plant_____ W. K. Hannah Haralson Burial Association------------- Augusta-------------- J. Haralson Harris Burial Association------------------ Hot Springs--------- A. Leon Harris, Jr. Healey & Roth Burial Ass’n, Inc______ Little Rock-----------S. R. Sims Herndon-Cornelius Burial Ass’n--------- Hope____________ T. S. Cornelius Hicks Burial Association____________ Hope____________ C. W. Hicks Holderness South Burial Association-. Pine Bluff________S. E. South Holt Burial Association-------------------- Blytheville----------- E. M. Holt Hot Spring County Burial Ass’n______ Malvern__________F. D. Cooper Howard Burial Association-------------- Leachville------------ H. H. Howard Howard County Burial Association-_. Nashville------------- M. A. Floyd Hubble Burial Society---------------------- Little Rock-----------M. L. Freeman The Hughes Mutual Burial Ass’n-------- Hughes__________ Paul Baddour W. H. Irby Burial Association_______ •Rector___________ W. H. Irby Johnson Burial Association-------------- Walnut Ridge-------W. G. Johnson, Sr. Jones Burial Association___________ Texarkana----------- Lena P. Jones Jonesboro Burial Association------------ Jonesboro------------ W. T. Emerson Keeshan-Lambert Burial Association..Helena___________ L. P. Keeshan Kernodle Burial Association-------------•Wynne---------------- W. C. Kernodle Kilpatrick Christian Burial Ass’n^.----- Farmersville, La.__ J. E. Roark Lafayette County Burial Ass’n_______ Lewisville------------ B H. Dobson Frank Leach Burial Association--------.Newport_________ Frank Leach Lemley Burial Association__________ .Atkins___________ O. R. Lemley Lepanto Burial Association__________ -Lepanto__________J. E. Murphy, Sr. Luginbuel Burial Association______ .Lincoln__________ Edna Luginbuel Malvern Burial Association------------- .Malvern__________ Mrs. T. Y. B. Graham Marion County Burial Association— .Yellville__________Auburn Keeter Howard Marshall Burial Association- .Walnut Ridge____ Howard Marshall Mayhan-Boultinghouse Burial Ass’n_ .Newark__________ Clyde Boultinghouse McConnell Burial Association---------- .Hartford_________ B. A. McConnell McNabb Burial Association_________ .Pocahontas_______Nell L. McNabb Mid South Burial Association---------- .Marianna-------------Winnie Kennedy Mineral Springs Burial Association. _.Mineral Springs----Harold Bridgeman Randal L. Mitchell Burial Ass’n----------.Paragould------------Randal L. Mitchell Monarch Burial Association------------- .Wynne---------------- Helen Hughes Moore’s Burial Association_________ Fayetteville--------- Frances Morgan Morgans Burial Society------------------ .Stuttgart------------- E. H. Murry Murry Burial Association___________ .Arkadelphia---------E. H. Murry Murry Old Age Burial Association_ .Arkadelphia---------R. E. Lawson The National Burial Association___ .West Memphis----- B. R. Nelson Nelson-Savage Burial Society---------- .Fayetteville--------- James W. Holder New Home Burial Association--------- .Newport-------------- Mon D. Thaxton North Arkansas Burial Association. _.Marshall--------------Noel Baker Ocker Burial Association___________ .Van Buren------------ Mary Louise Ocker The Old Reliable Burial Association. .Hughes--------------- W. M. Walker R. W. Olmstead Burial Association— .Heber Springs------R. W. Olmstead Ouachita County Burial Association. .Camden.------------- R. T. Lockett Our Burial Association-------------------- .Fort Smith-----------Henry Peagues Ozark Burial Association----------------- .Siloam Springs-----Margaret Wasson Pence Burial Association----------------- .Conway.„ • ---------Sarah Pence Peoples Benevolent Protective Ass’n__ .Paris------------------- Arthur Smith Peoples Burial Association------------- -West Helena-------- Frank Ella Jordon Peoples Consolidated Burial Ass’n----- -Piggott-------------- ..Lloyd Russell Poinsett Burial Association------------- •Trumann.______ -Paul S. Thompson, Jr. Polk County Burial Association--------- -Mena____________ R. P. Geyer Prescott Burial Association------------- •Prescott. __________J. D. Cornish Putman Funeral Association---------- - •Fort Smith----------- Mrs. J. G. Putman, Sr.  http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  143  Name of Association Address Sec’y-Treas. Pyeatt’s Burial Association, Inc____ Siloam Springs------W. 0. Burns The Raney Burial Association----------- McCrory--------------Walter W. Raney Frank Reid Burial Association_______ Morrilton------------ Mrs. Elba Reid H. E. Rice Company Burial Society...Waldron________ E. C. Rice Richardson Burial Association______ Texarkana_______ Alex Richardson W. A. Rowell Burial Society________ Fort Smith_______ Vivian Rowell Ruebel Burial Association__________ Little Rock_______ E. E. Greenfield Rumph Burial Association__________ El Dorado________ C. B. Rumph Scott-Sebastian Burial Association__Mansfield________ Joe J. Martin Searcy County Burial Association___ Marshall_________ Leonard Coffman Shinn & Son Burial Association_____ Russellville-----------Rudolph Shinn Sims & Walton Burial Association___Benton___________ Ralph W. Walton Smith Burial Association----------------- Stamps---------------- A. O. Smith South Ark. Old Age Burial Ass’n-------- Camden----------------A. L. Bixler Southern Dixie Burial Association___ Hot Springs--------- Mrs. Fannie L. Conde Southwestern Burial Association____ Hot Springs--------- George H. Brenner Stephenson Burial Association______ Monticello------------Mrs. Pearl Stephenson Stevens Burial Association----------------Forrest City--------- W. E. Stevens Swift Funeral Home Burial Ass’n____ Osceola---------------- Mrs. Lelah B. Coble Texarkana Protective Association....Texarkana----------- L. F. Allday, Jr. Fred A. Thompson Funeral Service Agreement------------------------ Paragould------------ Fred A. Thompson Tri-County Burial Association--------- Imboden-------------- Mrs. C. Higginbotham Tri County Burial Club______________ Jonesboro------------ F . J. Turner Union Colored Christian Benevolent Burial Association________________Farmersville, La.__J. E. Roark United Burial Association__________ Conway__________ E. R. Keller Watson Burial Association__________ Fayetteville______ Edmond P. Watson Westbrook Burial Ass’n of Glenwood.Glenwood________ Phillip Kelley 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_______ DeQueen_________ Fred Wilkerson Wilkerson Burial Society___________ DeQueen_________ Fred Wilkerson Williams Burial Association-------------- Camden:__________Benjamin F. Williams Wilson Burial Association__________ England__________ W. M. Wilson Wylie Burial Association----------------- Brinkley__________Davis Wylie Yell County Burial Association--------- Dardanelle_______ Lamont Cornwell   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  144  Sta£e  of Arkansas: Bank Department  CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF THE FOUR­ TEEN EXCHANGES OPERATING IN ARKANSAS AS OF JUNE 30, 1943 Resources Loans and discounts___________________________________ $ 11,908.00 U. S. Government obligations________________________ 11,000.00 Other bonds and securities_____________________________ 8,832.85 Furniture and fixtures _______________________________ 2,867.48 Cash and due from banks------------------------------------------- 1,252,461.66 Other resources _____________________________________ 4,214.42 Total___________________________________________ $1,291,284.41  Liabilities Capital _ ___________________________________________ $ 15,649.00 Surplus andprofits____________________________________ 23,635.13 Deposits _ ___________________________________________ 1,251,124.50 Other liabilities ______________________________________ 875.78 Total_________________________ _____________________$1,291,284.41   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  145  THE FIRST COMPANY, BLACK ROCK J. F. Sloan, President  L. B. Sharp, Cashier  Resources Cash and due from banks__ $3,514.58 Other resources __________ 292.08  Liabilities Capital _ _________________ $2,480.00 Surplus and profits________1,139.79 Other liabilities____ ,__ ___ 186.87  Total__________________$3,806.66  Total__________________ $3,806.66  EARLE EXCHANGE COMPANY, EARLE Luther Wallin, President  Mrs. M. F. Fullwood, Cashier  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 3,621.50 Furniture and fixtures----1,163.59 Cash and due from banks_ 352,778.36 Other resources _________ 192.91  Liabilities Capital _ _______________ $ 2,000.00 Surplus and profits______ 10,620.33 Deposits _ ______________ 345,136.03  Total________________ $357,756.36  Total________________ $357,756.36  ELAINE COOPERATIVE EXCHANGE, ELAINE J. J. Patridge, President Resources Furniture and fixtures----- $ 284.50 Cash and due from banks_ 54,052.77 Other resources __________ 88.49 Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $54,425.76  Catherine M. Reed, Cashier Liabilities Capital _ ________________ $ 860.00 Surplus and profits_______ 473.09 Deposits ______________ :___ 53,092.67 Total  $54,425.76  Sta£e  146  of Arkansas: Bank Department  HARDY EXCHANGE, HARDY R. S. Riggers, President  T. W. Walker, Cashier  Resources Bonds and securities____ $ 5,383.95 Furniture and fixtures 100.00 Cash and due from banks- 107,820.01 Other resources _________ 283.82  Liabilities Capital _ _______________ $ 1,250.00 Deposits _ _____________ 112,337.78  Total________________ $113,587.78  Total________________ $113,587.78  HAZEN EXCHANGE COMPANY, HAZEN R. H. Hammond, President  O’Beta Proctor, Cashier  Resources Cash and due from banks_$192,524.57  Liabilities Capital _ ______________ $ 524.00 Surplus and profits______ 292.55 Deposits _ ______________ 191,708.02  T otal__________________ $192,524.57  T otal__________________ $192,524.57  REISER EXCHANGE COMPANY, REISER J. K. Childs, President  Ruth Crumpecker, Cashier  Resources Furniture and fixtures___ $ 132.00 Cash and due from banks- 112,629.02 Other resou rces_________ 187.05  Liabilities Capital _ _______________ $ 600.00 Surplus and profits--------767.68 Deposits _ ______________ 110,893.98 Other liabilities__________ 686.41  Total_________________ $112,948.07  Total_________________ $112,948.07   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  147  LAKE CITY EXCHANGE, LAKE CITY Fred Carter, President  Marion Songer, Cashier  Resources Bonds and securities______$ 100.00 Cash and due from banks 52,621.73 Other resources __________ 381.47  Liabilities Capital _ ________________ $ 2,500.00 Surplus and profits_______ 841.52 Deposits _ _______________ 49,761.68  Total_________________ $54,103.20  Total_________________ $54,103.20  LEACHVILLE EXCHANGE, LEACHVILLE C. G. McKinney, President  Carma Jean McKinney, Cashier  Resources Furniture and fixtures___ $ 407.39 Cash and due from banks_ 58,246.31 Other resources __________ 319.42  Liabilities Capital _ ________________ $ 400.00 97.03 Surplus and profits_______ Deposits _ _______________ 58,476.09  Total_________________ $58,973.12  Total_________________ $58,973.12  PEOPLES EXCHANGE, McRAE H. F. Hammack, President Resources Loans and discounts_______$ 687.68 Furniture and fixtures----500.00 Cash and due from banks_ 78,978.33 Other resources --------------49.38 Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $80,215.39  G. M. Bennett, Cashier Liabilities Capital _ ________________ $ 935.00 150.37 Surplus and profits_______ Deposits _ ______________ 79,130.02 Total.  $80,215.39  148  Sta^e  of Arkansas: Bank Department  MINERAL SPRINGS EXCHANGE COMPANY, MINERAL SPRINGS Lee McCorkle, President  E. C. Dillard, Cashier  Resources Loans and discounts______$ 7,598.82 Furniture and fixtures___ 100.00 Cash and due from banks_ 26,076.28  Liabilities Capital __________________ $ 2,200.00 Surplus and profits_______ 1,114.74 Deposits _ _______________ 30,460.36  -Total_________________ $33,775.10  Total_________________ $33,775.10  MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS EXCHANGE, MANILA George E. Snider, President  Grover E. Snider, Cashier  Resources U. S. Gov't obligations___ $11,000.00 Cash and due from banks_ 58,323.75 Other resources __________ 491.82  Liabilities Capital _ ________________ $ 460.00 Surplus and profits___ :__ 5,931.24 Deposits _ _______________ 63,424.33  Total_________________ $69,815.57  Total_________________ $69,815.57  TYRONZA EXCHANGE COMPANY, TYRONZA D. F. Wylie, President Resources Cash and due from banks_$29,375.85 Other resources _____ ____ 173.36 Total   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  $29,549.21  W. S. Tatum, Cashier Liabilities Capital _ ________________ $ 440.00 Deposits _ ------------- --------- 29,109.21 Total.  $29,549.21  Twenty-Ninth Annual Report  149  WILMAR EXCHANGE COMPANY, WILMAR E.  A. Calin, President  Resources Cash and due from banks.-$33,429.32 Other resources _________ 70.46 Total_________________$33,499.78  Mrs. R. C. McKinstry, Cashier Liabilities Capital _ ________________ $ 400.00 Surplus and profits_______ 86.85 Deposits _ _______________ 33,012.93 Total_________________ $33,499.78  YELLYILLE EXCHANGE, YELLVILLE Sam Duren, President  Bernice Berry, Cashier  Resources Bonds and securities______$ 3,348.90 Furniture and fixtures___ 180.00 Cash and due from banks_ 92,090.78 Other resources __________ 1,793.78  Liabilities Capital _ ________________ $ 600.00 Surplus and profits_______ 2,229.56 Deposits _ _______________ 94,583.90  Total_________________ $97,413.46  Total_________________ $97,413.46   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis   http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis