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B !/ii !i N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, 1985, IIIIII Williamstown Mi Minnie Selway I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Speer and daughter and family were weekend visitc of her mother, Mrs. Michaleen Joy. They also attended the Speer reunio Alvin Mitts, George Phillips and Mayme Day were Sunday callers of Brainard Hamilton and Minnie Selway, who are patients in Blessing Hospital, Quincy. Rev. Ernest Dcatr/ck of Wyaconda was also called. Rachel Shepard of Boulder, Colo., and brother, Gary Parish of New Orleans, La., were visitors last week of Mrs. Okie Legg. Mrs. Michaleen Joy and guests, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bell of Pilot Knobb, were Tuesday visitors of the former's brother, Granville Hustead of LaBelle Manor and Wednesday visitors of Durward Speer and Mrs. Cordle Coona at the Lewis County Nursing Home near Canton. Mrs. Gertrude Bash is a patient in Blessing Hospital in Quincy. Wool reached here that Eva Mitchell of Kahoka, formerly of this vicinity, passed away last week. Alvin Mitts was a Thursday supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mary Edwards. Hazel Legg was a Thursday. afternoon caller and Opal Samples called Tuesday on Minnie Selway. Robert Legg of Williamstown was surprised on his birthday with a dinner party with 52 relatives and friends attending. The event was held at M & B Cafe hosted by Millie Bringer. The birthday cake was baked by Mrs. June sxv i Homemade ice cream was after the carry-in supper. Music was furnished by Doc Mitts, Doc Edwards, Jim Lindsey, Elmer Munz- linger, Delhert Spray, Ed and Marie Berhorst, Herman Hutton, Wayne, Dorene and Charles Little and the honoree. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilkie surprised Mrs. Betty Coney Wednesday evening, who celebrated her birthday, by inviting Mary Edwards, Elsworth Hall, Miss Freida Gregg and Miss Kelly Flanagan for birthday cake and ice cream. (Tee Late For Last Week) At Fort Sill PVI Daryl L. Boulware, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold Boulware of Canton, is stationed at Fort Sill, Okla. He is a grandson of Mrs. Etta Boulware and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Uhlmeyer of Canton. Boulware is a 198,5 graduate of Clark County High School at Kahoka. During his junior year he attended Boys State and was a member of the National Honor Society. The last semester of his senior year he worked at the Clark County ASC office and attended a 4 hour credit course in agriculture at Culver-Stockton College. Will head CF special event Voice of the St. Louis Cardinals, Jack Buck, chairman of the Gateway Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, named Mrs. Betty Hudnut and Mrs. Beverly Dunn, chairpersons of the CF special event in Canton. They will be conducting this special event this fall to raise funds which will support research and care for children affected by cystic fibrosis. Shannon and Mrs. Brenda Shaw, Melanie and April of Canton, Mrs. Luella Dawson, Heather, Sumner and Melissa of South Carolina, Mrs. Rite Sherwood, Buffey and Janet of Wayland, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Coons, Mike and Kelly of Kahoka, Mrs. Reva Murphy, Starla, Jff, Shane, Vickie, Laura, Shanna and Jachine of" The Wednesday Club held their Williamstown. Buffey and ann supp" in the park Wiflesday. remained for a week's visit. Mrs. John Roe of Brookfield spent a part of the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Selway and Dewayne. Mr. Roe joined her Friday and they spent the weekend. Mrs. Selway had the misfortune to break her leg last week. George Phillips and Alvin Mitts visited Brainard Hamilton Wednesday evening, who is a patient in Blessing Hospital, Quincy. Gertrude Bash and Edna Ridgely were Wednesday callers of Velma Doran. Mrs. Charlene Roe of Bronkfield was a Wednesday caller of Minnie Solway. Mr. and Mrs. Junior English and daughter of Hensdale, Mont., are visiting his mother, Mrs. Myrtle English, and other relatives. Miss Freida Gregg and Mrs. Alberta Harper visited their mother, Mrs. Clara Gregg Friday, who is a patient in Quinsippi Nursing Home in Quincy. James Shuman is leaving this week for a visit with his mother in Colorado. Darron Hall is a patient in a St. Louis hospital. His mother, Mrs. Harold Hall, is staying in St. Louis to be with her son part-time. Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mitts of Philadelphia spent Saturday evening with Alvin Mitts. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Selway and Dewayne and guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Roe of Brookfield, attended the wedding of Diane Parton and Jim English at the Canton Christian Church in Canton Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Edwards were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Waterman. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Schlager of Utah and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Waterman. Visitors Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Letha Lommons were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edilen of Kahoka and Ann Lemmon. Dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pierce were Mr. and Mrs. Joe McIw of Grand Junction, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hugee of Wyaconda. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hamilton of Moline came Sunday to spend a few days in the Pierce home. Mr. and Mrs. William Des Vaux were Saturday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ray English in Keokuk. Miss Mable Walker visited Mort Denniston and Mrs. Cordie Coons at the Lewis County Nursing Home. She speot Friday with Mrs. Martha Walker in Kahoim. Mayme Day, Emma Harrison and Alfred Hinton were among those who visited Bralnard Hamilton at Blessing Hospital in Quincy Sunday. A family dinner was held Sunday in the home of Mrs. Lola Coons. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Priebe, Angela, Amanda and Jennifer of Canton, Mr. and Mrs. Rickie Brumbaugh, James and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. B. George Pearl, Jr., Randy and Maria, Mrs. Carla Jo Childress and Bobble Jo, Mrs. Pauline Pearl, Lloyd Janet Melanie and April Shaw returned home after spending a month with their grandmother, Mrs. LOla Coons. Their mother, Brenda Shaw, spent part of the time in the same home. They visited Mrs. Cordie Coons Friday. Mrs. Pauline Pearl of Canton was a Sunday afternoon visitor and Billy Doran an evening visitor of her sister and his mother, Mrs. Velma Doran. fill Maywood - Cpl. Stark \\;'\- promoted at Beulah Jones Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alderton of Geneva, 0., were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hamrick July 13. They were treated to supper at a restaurant in Quincy. Lightning struck a large tree in the yard of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hamrick Sunday evening, July 14. Lightning also struck a tree in their yard five years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Hamrick and family of Heaters, W. V., visited four days last week with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hamrick. Mr. and Mrs. Hamriek took them to SL Louis to the zoo and other places sightseeing. Other callers in the Hamrick home last week were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ward, Rev. and Mrs. Ted Manzke, Virginia Buchanan, Marie Vincent and Virgil Alderton. There was a good attendance at the South Union Baptist Church's 125 anniversary event in Maywood with 185 registered on Sunday and 148 registered at the reception held at Highland High School Saturday eve- ning. Those coming from a distance were Rev. and Mrs. Bual Bales of St. Charles, Rev. Tully Achord of Hannibal, Mrs. Monroe Hopkins of Fulton, Mrs. Ethel Cobb of'Moberly, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Knights of Mississippi, Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Adams of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Humbrey of Long Beach, Calif., Mrs. Martha Jo Strickler of Kansas City and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyers of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fountain, Chris and Katrina and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fountain of Taylor visited their grandmother, Mrs. Thelma Fountain at Colony Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Felter and Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lillard visited Mr. and Mrs. John McKenzie, Jr., of Lewistown Monday evening. Melynda Seals and Alice Yard of Hannibal visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Seals and Chris over the weekend. A wedding shower was held Sunday afternoon at Heater Baptist church for Miss Robin Tiemann, granddaughter o Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lillard, and bride-elect of Dave Graves of phila- delphia. The wedding has been set for Aug. 3. Sunday evening guests of MRS" and Mrs. Jack Fountain, Chris and Katrina were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kroencke and Mrs. Janice Thomas. Mrs. Martha Jo Stickler of Kansas City visited her mother, Mrs. Clara Frances Wiseman and family the past several days. Norma LOU Morrison of Fulton visited the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wiseman and attended the 125th anniversary reception 00aCork's Body Shop MONTICELLO, MO. HOW HAS 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE PHONE 767-5428 CORK GARNER -_ .... Ill I State Bank No. 2568 Federal Reserve District No. 8 CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION (Including Domestic Subsidiaries) (Dollar Amounts in Thousands) The Bank of LaBelle City, LaBelle; County, Lewis; State, Missouri; Zip Code, 63447; Close of Business Date: June 30, 1985 ASSETS Cash and balances due from depository institutions: a. Noninterest-bearing balances and currency and coin ......... 569 b. Interest-bearing balances. 100 Securities ........................................................ 6 751 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ..................................... 1 175 Loans and lease financing receivables: a. Loans and leases, net of unearned income .................... 10,f?t b. LESS: Allowance for loan end lease losses ................... I,% d. Loans and leases, net of unearned income, allowance, and reserve ......................................... 10 r premises and fixed assets (Including capitalized leases) ......... Other real estate owned .......................................... 146 Other assets ..................................................... 681 Total assets ...................................................... 0 001 LIABILITIES Deposits: a. In domestic offices .......................................... 18 10t (1) Nonintorest-hearing ........................................ 1, (2) Interest-bearing ........................................... 16,1 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ...................................... 200 Other liabilities .................................................. $65 Total liabilities .................................................... 18 672 150 150 m 325 001 EQUITY CAPITAL Common stock ........................ ................... ' .............. Surplus. ............................................................... Undivided profits and capital reserves ................................. I Total equity capital ......... : .......................................... 1 Total liabflRies, limited-life preferred stocx, and equity capital 20 III I I I II I I II I Camp Pendleton . Marine Cpl. Thomas E. Stark, son of Glen and Glenda Stark of rural Durham, has been meritoriously promoted to his present rank while serving with 1st Force Service Support Group, Camp Pendleton, Calif. Stark received the accelerated promotion in recognition of outstand- ing performance, duty proficiency and demonstrated professional abilities. A 1983 graduate of Highland High School, Ewing, he joined the Marine Corps in July, 19. Durham Miss Cindy Clickner III Return from 5 week vacation on east coast l Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson, Joey Peten and Andy Johnson returned after a five week vacation in Highland, N. C., and Anna Maria Island in Florida. Gene Johnson and Bryan of Ewing and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Johnson and Amy joined them for a few days at Anna Marie Island. Mrs. Sylvia Earl of Quincy and Wendell Feitclmer of Oklahoma City called on Mrs. Corn Schofield Sunday. Amanda Cramer spent Friday night with Judy Snyder in Quincy. Dennis Carter and Rustyn called on Mrs. Catherine Spratt Saturday after- noon. Cindy Cllckner spent Friday evening with Sharon Sherwood and Lance. Mr. and Mrs. Gary White and family of Emden, Bruce Wiewel of Liberty and Shelly Barring of Quincy were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wiewei and family. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Wilson of Decatur called on Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spratt and Mr. and Mrs. Miloe Spratt Sunday. Mrs. Marjorie Moore and Goldie Ahell called on Mr. and Mrs. Milo Spratt Sunday evening. I Sharpsburg Lucille Minear Mrs. Lucille Miller, with her sister, Mrs. Dora May Scoggin, visited their mother, Mrs. Kate McDaniel, Monday. Mrs. McDaniel remains bedfast. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Keck of Peoria were calling on friends in this vicinity the past week. The Kecks at one time resided on the farm now owned and occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Myers. Mrs. Earl Byers visited Tuesday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Kimberley. Mr. and Mrs. Lillard Lindsey attended the Willing Helpers picnic supper Tuesday. Richard Porter of near Steffenville and Karen Lawson of LaBelle were recently married. Mrs. Gladys Reed and others attended a carry-in supper honoring her great grandson, Robert Miller's 4th birthday, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed Miller and family recently. James Hadley Williams of Rolla and Krueger, of Mrs. Jephi Mrs. W. C. Croy attended Canton with Mrs. Charles comp artiHary Pvt. Charles 17,. and Helen Sly completed the cannoneer course unit training Sill, Okla. During the taught the duties section crewman. instruction in tenance and the tion and OSUT is a basic training ual training. His wife, Jack Marshall Sly is a 1983 High School. Celebrate River Heritage Standard DURING JULY 25-26-27 OlttY! w00.ao00_4 # VALIDATE YOUR RIVER HERITAGE DAYS "WITH MY 00Tt;l00 (00ARANTBE, WIlL NEVER MORE TITAN Pay us once for a repair and never pay for it again. Because our car repairs are guaranteed for as long as you own your car, and I put it in writing Here's how our free Lifetime Service Guar- antee works. When we repair your Ford, Mercury Lincoln, or Ford light truck, you pay us only once. And I guarantee that if that covered part ever fails or wears out, we'll repair or replace it free. Free parts. Free UFETIME SERVICE GUARAIVrEE latx)r. It covers thousands and lasts as long as ,;ou own your regardless of where you bought how old it is. So the next time l car needs repair, bring it to us our free Lifetime Service 'bu won't find a better repair antee anywhere. You have word on it. This limited covers ehicleS mal use And routine parts, metal, and WE FIX CAR,g FOR KEEI00. CANTON, MO. 314 288-4433 J B !/ii !i N EIGH BORHOOD N EWS Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, 1985, IIIIII Williamstown Mi Minnie Selway I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Speer and daughter and family were weekend visitc of her mother, Mrs. Michaleen Joy. They also attended the Speer reunio Alvin Mitts, George Phillips and Mayme Day were Sunday callers of Brainard Hamilton and Minnie Selway, who are patients in Blessing Hospital, Quincy. Rev. Ernest Dcatr/ck of Wyaconda was also called. Rachel Shepard of Boulder, Colo., and brother, Gary Parish of New Orleans, La., were visitors last week of Mrs. Okie Legg. Mrs. Michaleen Joy and guests, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bell of Pilot Knobb, were Tuesday visitors of the former's brother, Granville Hustead of LaBelle Manor and Wednesday visitors of Durward Speer and Mrs. Cordle Coona at the Lewis County Nursing Home near Canton. Mrs. Gertrude Bash is a patient in Blessing Hospital in Quincy. Wool reached here that Eva Mitchell of Kahoka, formerly of this vicinity, passed away last week. Alvin Mitts was a Thursday supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mary Edwards. Hazel Legg was a Thursday. afternoon caller and Opal Samples called Tuesday on Minnie Selway. Robert Legg of Williamstown was surprised on his birthday with a dinner party with 52 relatives and friends attending. The event was held at M & B Cafe hosted by Millie Bringer. The birthday cake was baked by Mrs. June sxv i Homemade ice cream was after the carry-in supper. Music was furnished by Doc Mitts, Doc Edwards, Jim Lindsey, Elmer Munz- linger, Delhert Spray, Ed and Marie Berhorst, Herman Hutton, Wayne, Dorene and Charles Little and the honoree. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilkie surprised Mrs. Betty Coney Wednesday evening, who celebrated her birthday, by inviting Mary Edwards, Elsworth Hall, Miss Freida Gregg and Miss Kelly Flanagan for birthday cake and ice cream. (Tee Late For Last Week) At Fort Sill PVI Daryl L. Boulware, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold Boulware of Canton, is stationed at Fort Sill, Okla. He is a grandson of Mrs. Etta Boulware and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Uhlmeyer of Canton. Boulware is a 198,5 graduate of Clark County High School at Kahoka. During his junior year he attended Boys State and was a member of the National Honor Society. The last semester of his senior year he worked at the Clark County ASC office and attended a 4 hour credit course in agriculture at Culver-Stockton College. Will head CF special event Voice of the St. Louis Cardinals, Jack Buck, chairman of the Gateway Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, named Mrs. Betty Hudnut and Mrs. Beverly Dunn, chairpersons of the CF special event in Canton. They will be conducting this special event this fall to raise funds which will support research and care for children affected by cystic fibrosis. Shannon and Mrs. Brenda Shaw, Melanie and April of Canton, Mrs. Luella Dawson, Heather, Sumner and Melissa of South Carolina, Mrs. Rite Sherwood, Buffey and Janet of Wayland, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Coons, Mike and Kelly of Kahoka, Mrs. Reva Murphy, Starla, Jff, Shane, Vickie, Laura, Shanna and Jachine of" The Wednesday Club held their Williamstown. Buffey and ann supp" in the park Wiflesday. remained for a week's visit. Mrs. John Roe of Brookfield spent a part of the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Selway and Dewayne. Mr. Roe joined her Friday and they spent the weekend. Mrs. Selway had the misfortune to break her leg last week. George Phillips and Alvin Mitts visited Brainard Hamilton Wednesday evening, who is a patient in Blessing Hospital, Quincy. Gertrude Bash and Edna Ridgely were Wednesday callers of Velma Doran. Mrs. Charlene Roe of Bronkfield was a Wednesday caller of Minnie Solway. Mr. and Mrs. Junior English and daughter of Hensdale, Mont., are visiting his mother, Mrs. Myrtle English, and other relatives. Miss Freida Gregg and Mrs. Alberta Harper visited their mother, Mrs. Clara Gregg Friday, who is a patient in Quinsippi Nursing Home in Quincy. James Shuman is leaving this week for a visit with his mother in Colorado. Darron Hall is a patient in a St. Louis hospital. His mother, Mrs. Harold Hall, is staying in St. Louis to be with her son part-time. Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mitts of Philadelphia spent Saturday evening with Alvin Mitts. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Selway and Dewayne and guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Roe of Brookfield, attended the wedding of Diane Parton and Jim English at the Canton Christian Church in Canton Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Edwards were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Waterman. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Schlager of Utah and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Waterman. Visitors Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Letha Lommons were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edilen of Kahoka and Ann Lemmon. Dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pierce were Mr. and Mrs. Joe McIw of Grand Junction, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hugee of Wyaconda. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hamilton of Moline came Sunday to spend a few days in the Pierce home. Mr. and Mrs. William Des Vaux were Saturday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ray English in Keokuk. Miss Mable Walker visited Mort Denniston and Mrs. Cordie Coons at the Lewis County Nursing Home. She speot Friday with Mrs. Martha Walker in Kahoim. Mayme Day, Emma Harrison and Alfred Hinton were among those who visited Bralnard Hamilton at Blessing Hospital in Quincy Sunday. A family dinner was held Sunday in the home of Mrs. Lola Coons. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Priebe, Angela, Amanda and Jennifer of Canton, Mr. and Mrs. Rickie Brumbaugh, James and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. B. George Pearl, Jr., Randy and Maria, Mrs. Carla Jo Childress and Bobble Jo, Mrs. Pauline Pearl, Lloyd Janet Melanie and April Shaw returned home after spending a month with their grandmother, Mrs. LOla Coons. Their mother, Brenda Shaw, spent part of the time in the same home. They visited Mrs. Cordie Coons Friday. Mrs. Pauline Pearl of Canton was a Sunday afternoon visitor and Billy Doran an evening visitor of her sister and his mother, Mrs. Velma Doran. fill Maywood - Cpl. Stark \\;'\- promoted at Beulah Jones Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alderton of Geneva, 0., were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hamrick July 13. They were treated to supper at a restaurant in Quincy. Lightning struck a large tree in the yard of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hamrick Sunday evening, July 14. Lightning also struck a tree in their yard five years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Hamrick and family of Heaters, W. V., visited four days last week with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hamrick. Mr. and Mrs. Hamriek took them to SL Louis to the zoo and other places sightseeing. Other callers in the Hamrick home last week were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ward, Rev. and Mrs. Ted Manzke, Virginia Buchanan, Marie Vincent and Virgil Alderton. There was a good attendance at the South Union Baptist Church's 125 anniversary event in Maywood with 185 registered on Sunday and 148 registered at the reception held at Highland High School Saturday eve- ning. Those coming from a distance were Rev. and Mrs. Bual Bales of St. Charles, Rev. Tully Achord of Hannibal, Mrs. Monroe Hopkins of Fulton, Mrs. Ethel Cobb of'Moberly, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Knights of Mississippi, Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Adams of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Humbrey of Long Beach, Calif., Mrs. Martha Jo Strickler of Kansas City and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyers of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fountain, Chris and Katrina and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fountain of Taylor visited their grandmother, Mrs. Thelma Fountain at Colony Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Felter and Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lillard visited Mr. and Mrs. John McKenzie, Jr., of Lewistown Monday evening. Melynda Seals and Alice Yard of Hannibal visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Seals and Chris over the weekend. A wedding shower was held Sunday afternoon at Heater Baptist church for Miss Robin Tiemann, granddaughter o Mr. and Mrs. Porter Lillard, and bride-elect of Dave Graves of phila- delphia. The wedding has been set for Aug. 3. Sunday evening guests of MRS" and Mrs. Jack Fountain, Chris and Katrina were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kroencke and Mrs. Janice Thomas. Mrs. Martha Jo Stickler of Kansas City visited her mother, Mrs. Clara Frances Wiseman and family the past several days. Norma LOU Morrison of Fulton visited the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wiseman and attended the 125th anniversary reception 00aCork's Body Shop MONTICELLO, MO. HOW HAS 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE PHONE 767-5428 CORK GARNER -_ .... Ill I State Bank No. 2568 Federal Reserve District No. 8 CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION (Including Domestic Subsidiaries) (Dollar Amounts in Thousands) The Bank of LaBelle City, LaBelle; County, Lewis; State, Missouri; Zip Code, 63447; Close of Business Date: June 30, 1985 ASSETS Cash and balances due from depository institutions: a. Noninterest-bearing balances and currency and coin ......... 569 b. Interest-bearing balances. 100 Securities ........................................................ 6 751 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ..................................... 1 175 Loans and lease financing receivables: a. Loans and leases, net of unearned income .................... 10,f?t b. LESS: Allowance for loan end lease losses ................... I,% d. Loans and leases, net of unearned income, allowance, and reserve ......................................... 10 r premises and fixed assets (Including capitalized leases) ......... Other real estate owned .......................................... 146 Other assets ..................................................... 681 Total assets ...................................................... 0 001 LIABILITIES Deposits: a. In domestic offices .......................................... 18 10t (1) Nonintorest-hearing ........................................ 1, (2) Interest-bearing ........................................... 16,1 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ...................................... 200 Other liabilities .................................................. $65 Total liabilities .................................................... 18 672 150 150 m 325 001 EQUITY CAPITAL Common stock ........................ ................... ' .............. Surplus. ............................................................... Undivided profits and capital reserves ................................. I Total equity capital ......... : .......................................... 1 Total liabflRies, limited-life preferred stocx, and equity capital 20 III I I I II I I II I Camp Pendleton . Marine Cpl. Thomas E. Stark, son of Glen and Glenda Stark of rural Durham, has been meritoriously promoted to his present rank while serving with 1st Force Service Support Group, Camp Pendleton, Calif. Stark received the accelerated promotion in recognition of outstand- ing performance, duty proficiency and demonstrated professional abilities. A 1983 graduate of Highland High School, Ewing, he joined the Marine Corps in July, 19. Durham Miss Cindy Clickner III Return from 5 week vacation on east coast l Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson, Joey Peten and Andy Johnson returned after a five week vacation in Highland, N. C., and Anna Maria Island in Florida. Gene Johnson and Bryan of Ewing and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Johnson and Amy joined them for a few days at Anna Marie Island. Mrs. Sylvia Earl of Quincy and Wendell Feitclmer of Oklahoma City called on Mrs. Corn Schofield Sunday. Amanda Cramer spent Friday night with Judy Snyder in Quincy. Dennis Carter and Rustyn called on Mrs. Catherine Spratt Saturday after- noon. Cindy Cllckner spent Friday evening with Sharon Sherwood and Lance. Mr. and Mrs. Gary White and family of Emden, Bruce Wiewel of Liberty and Shelly Barring of Quincy were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wiewei and family. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Wilson of Decatur called on Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spratt and Mr. and Mrs. Miloe Spratt Sunday. Mrs. Marjorie Moore and Goldie Ahell called on Mr. and Mrs. Milo Spratt Sunday evening. I Sharpsburg Lucille Minear Mrs. Lucille Miller, with her sister, Mrs. Dora May Scoggin, visited their mother, Mrs. Kate McDaniel, Monday. Mrs. McDaniel remains bedfast. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Keck of Peoria were calling on friends in this vicinity the past week. The Kecks at one time resided on the farm now owned and occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Myers. Mrs. Earl Byers visited Tuesday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Kimberley. Mr. and Mrs. Lillard Lindsey attended the Willing Helpers picnic supper Tuesday. Richard Porter of near Steffenville and Karen Lawson of LaBelle were recently married. Mrs. Gladys Reed and others attended a carry-in supper honoring her great grandson, Robert Miller's 4th birthday, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed Miller and family recently. James Hadley Williams of Rolla and Krueger, of Mrs. Jephi Mrs. W. C. Croy attended Canton with Mrs. Charles comp artiHary Pvt. Charles 17,. and Helen Sly completed the cannoneer course unit training Sill, Okla. During the taught the duties section crewman. instruction in tenance and the tion and OSUT is a basic training ual training. His wife, Jack Marshall Sly is a 1983 High School. Celebrate River Heritage Standard DURING JULY 25-26-27 OlttY! w00.ao00_4 # VALIDATE YOUR RIVER HERITAGE DAYS "WITH MY 00Tt;l00 (00ARANTBE, WIlL NEVER MORE TITAN Pay us once for a repair and never pay for it again. Because our car repairs are guaranteed for as long as you own your car, and I put it in writing Here's how our free Lifetime Service Guar- antee works. When we repair your Ford, Mercury Lincoln, or Ford light truck, you pay us only once. And I guarantee that if that covered part ever fails or wears out, we'll repair or replace it free. Free parts. Free UFETIME SERVICE GUARAIVrEE latx)r. It covers thousands and lasts as long as ,;ou own your regardless of where you bought how old it is. So the next time l car needs repair, bring it to us our free Lifetime Service 'bu won't find a better repair antee anywhere. You have word on it. This limited covers ehicleS mal use And routine parts, metal, and WE FIX CAR,g FOR KEEI00. CANTON, MO. 314 288-4433 J