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l&HALL, N. a, JAN. 21, 1966
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
of Marshall In the State of North Carolina at the eloae of business on
Datamber 81, 1964
A S S E T 8
Cash, balances with ether banks, and cash items in
process collection $1,060,811.98
United States Government obligations, direct and
Obligations of States and political subdivisions 1,131,476.4U
Other bonds, notes, and debentures (including f 597 ,428.14
aacuritiaa of Federal as-encles and comorations not
guaranteed by U. & 697,428.14
is and discounts - 1,903,666.
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fixtures $8,020.22 - - 80,763.4a
Other assets S6.609.SW
TOTAL ASSETS $6,643,678.43
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and
Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and
Deposits of United States Government (including postul
Deposits of States and politionl subdivisions 239, 862.(W
Certified and officers' checks, etc. 38,668.87
TOTAL DEPOSITS $6,073,755.33
(a) Total demand deposits $2,667,510.17
(b) Total time and savings deposits $3,506,245.16
Other liabilities 91), 160.98
Capital: (a) Common stock, total par value $100,000.00 $100,000.00
Undivided profits 46,b66.1
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 470,066.12
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS - - $0,643,578.43
Total deposits to the credit of the State of North Carolina
or any official thereof $135,000.00
Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for
other purposes (including notes and bills rediscounted
and securities sold with agreement to repurchase) 506,093.44
(a) Loans as shown above are after deduction of valuation
reserves of 77,331.75
I, Frank T. Moore, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do
solemnly affirm that this report of condition is true and correct, to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
Correct Attest: FRANK T. MOORE
CHARLES E. MASHBURN, Director
E. R. TWEED, Director
R. B. CHANDLER, Director
State of North Carolina, County of Madison, ss:
Sworn to and subscribed, before me this 15th day of January, 1965,
and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank
My commission expires Nov. 6, 1965.
ETHEL F. SPRINKLE, Notary Public
BOB JONIS UNIVIRSITY
We have just received a new type water repellent.
This treatment give Grade "A" results and can be
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Save time and water by using our
Do here in just one hour what would take all day at
MARSHALL, N. C.
FOR COMPLETE PICK-UP & DELIVERY SERVICE
To Start In March
The Asheville Buncombe Techni
cal Institute has announced that
applications are being accepted for
the March class in Practical Nurse
The qualifications for entering
this class are: Applicant must be
between 17 and SO years of age, be
a Ugh school graduate or equi
valent and have an aptitude for
nursing as determined by testing.
Preliminary test and interview
will be held Friday, January 15th
at Memorial Mission Hospital. No
appointments will be necessary on
If applicant is unable to attend
this date an appointment may be
made for another time by calling
the School of Practical Nursing. . .
Mrs. Ruth Digges - 264-3241 or
Mrs Ruth Gedding - 262-5S31.
with Bob Jones Jr
"Ked Nuns the River," Civil
War production of "Unusual
Films," will be shown at The
Presbyterian Church at Walnut at
7:00 p. in., Saturday, February (i.
The DO-minute, color film is
more than a tale of secession and
bloodshed, it is the powerful
story of a soul in rebellion against
God. Dr. Hob Jones, Jr., plays the
role of General Richard Stoddert
Ewell, hard-fighting hero of the
Confederacy, a soldier who sneers
at religion until he is brought
face to face with God on the battlefield.
The true-to-life drama bares
th conflict between the battle-
hardened, cynical Ewell and the
Christian general, Thomas ' Stone
wall" Jackson. The clash ot
strong will and deep conviction de
velops against a background ol
musket fire and booming cannon.
Although the principal charac
ters are Confederates common
soldiers and penemls
Runs the River" is not a story of
the South. Its theme is larger than
sectionalism and broader than the
boundaries of nations. It is a story
of courage, of conviciton, of sac
rifice. The blood which flows is
the blood of brave men who die
in defense of what they belive is
Right and Truth, but they are no
nobler in their deaths than in
their daily living. "Red Runs the
River" shows how conviction and
dedication can change history and
"Red Runs the River" will be
shown as a part of the weekend
revival to be held at the Walnut
Presbyterian Church, Feb. 5th
through the 7bh. Rev. Joey Eides
ness will be the featured speaker.
The services will begin promptly
at 7:00 P. M. each night. The
public is cordially welcomed to
Warehouse Open Tuesdays,
It has been announced that the
surplus commodities warehouse
will be open on Tuesday ami
Thursday for the rest of the.
month. The following schedule
Mis3 Linda Allen
Man's seifi.sliness and greed
have always been three r four
sizes too big for him.
these services and enjoy the gos
pel preaching and singing each
night. Remember ! ! that's
Feb. 5 through 7 at 7:00 p. m.,
at Walnut Presbyterian Church.
should be followed:
January 22 Hot Springs.
Shutin, Paint Rock.
January 2f Mars Hill, Rt. 1,
Mars Hill, Rt. 2, Mars Hill, Rt.
:i, Mars Hill.
January 28 Ivy Hill, Jupiter,
Long Ilranch, Walnut ("reek, East
Fork and Grapevine.
However, if it is impossible to
come on the date suggested, you
may pick up the food any day the
warehouse is open.
The Welfare Department will
ccertify for and take applica
tions for surplus foods on Wed
Miss Linda Allen
Is Engaged To
C. L. Reeves
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Allen
of Rt. 1, Hot Springs, announce
the engagement of their daugh
ter, Linda, to Clifford L. Reeves,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Reeves,
Route 2, Ieicester.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Spring Creek High School, and is
employed at American Enka Corporation.
The bridegroom-elect is a grad
uate of Clyde A. Erwin High
School and is employed by Ashe
ville Machine and Foundry.
Wedding plans are incomplete.
A "WCMI" 1, I'. ' V
COULD HAVE QUIT
Wife (to husband inquiring
what she thought of his speech):
"You didn't make the most of
Husband: "What opportuni
ties?" Wife: "Why, the opportunities
you had of sitting down."
The N. C. Uw Says Yoi Musi
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poration in whose name any property or poll is to be
listed under the terms of this subchapter, to list said
property or poll with the proper list taker or the su
pervisor, within the time allowed by law, on a list
Betting forth the information required by this sub
chapter. In addition to all other penalties prescribed
by law, any person, firm or corporation whose duty
it shall be to list any poll or property, real or person-
Vehicle Listings Will
al, who willfully fails or refuses to list the same with
in the time allowed by law, or who removes or con
ceals property for the purpose of evading taxation,
shall be guilty of misdemeanor punishable by a fine
not to exceed fifty dollars ($50.00) or imprisonment
not to exceed thirty days. The failure to list shall be
prima facie evidence that such failure was willful.
(1957, c. 848).
ventories Can Be
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