The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, January 12, 1945 Page: 4 of 6
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THE ORANGE LEADER
ORANGE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY
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Ray Whitley and His Texas Playboys
AH Star Coincdv
06MING SUNDAY THRU MONDAY
Mickey Rooney in "THI. HUMAN COMEDY"
YOUR FAMILY THEATRE
TODAY b SATURDAY
Iklr-Raislag Draw *1 tUrfy
Walt Disney Cartoon^
Chapter No. 9
Beautiful body ... fury
•f an vnlomed heart-
EVELYN ANKERS iOHH CARRAOINE
M1LBURN STONE UOYD CORRIGAN
MARTHA MacVICAR VINCE BARNETT
O Smwlion in Sayagtry'
01 tin Gorilla OirII
Your pulses will throb,
your heart throb faster in
response to the roaring,
rousing drama of the west
where Tim McCoy beats
6 bandits at their * own
game! * ' <
Hpy Kiddies! Popeye is
here i£&ain with plenty
thrills for you!
"MARRY GO ROUND"
Friday, Jan. 12, KFDM
4:00 Listen Ladies
4:15 Rhapsody in Rhythm
4:30Between the Lines
4:45 Hop Harrigan
5:00 Terry and the Pirates
5:15 Dick Tracy t
5:30 Jack Armstrong
6:45 Captain Midnight
6:0(4 Notes from Yesterday
7:00 Stars of the Future
How To Relieve
7:30 One Foot in Heaven
8:00 Famous Jury Trials ' J
8:30 Spotlight Bands
8:5# .Coronet Storyteller.
9:00 Normon Cordon Sidgs
9:80 Happy Island
10:00 Star Reporter
10:15 Ray Henle,
10:30 The Doctor "Talks It Over
10:46 Blue Music
10:55 A. P. News
11:00 Gay Qlaridge
11:30 Les Brown
11:55 A. P.- News
12:00 Sign Off
Saturday, Jan. 13. KFDM
6:00 Six O'Clock Edition
6:1JL Musical Eyeopener
6:45 Morning Varieties
7:00 Daily, War Journal
7:15 Sabine Tabernacle
7:45 United News Reporter
8:00 Breakfast Club . f
9:00 What's Cookin'?
9:30 Land of the Lost
9:55 A. P. News
10.'SO Transatlantic Quiiz t
10:45 'Tile Chatham Shopper &
11:00 Modulated Moments
11:15 News of the Blue
11:30 Farm and Home Hour
12:00 News Summary
12:15 Studio Party
12:30 Soldiers with Wings
1;00 Metropolitan Opera
six feet tall ddesn't have to pay
Creomulsloh relieves promptly be-
cause It goes right to the seat of tne
trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw, tender. In-
flamed bronchial mucous mem-
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
a bottle of Creomulsion with the un-
derstanding you must like the way It
quickly allays the cough or you art
to have your money b#ck.
for Coughs, Chest-Golds, Bronchitis
due to colds.. .eased
TALL TALE r ,
Kansas City. (AP' — Newspa-
pers are urged to all sorts of silly
queries, b\it the question - answer-
erer for the Kansas City Star be-
lieves the screwball jackpot was
hit by the woman who called in
"Is it true that anyone over
There are no fragments so pre-
cious as those of time, and none
are so heedlessly lost by- people
who cannot make a moment, and
yeat can waste years. — Mont-
—New Tires and Tnbe**-
Back of Holland Hotel
ORANGE BICYCLE SHOP
103 Short Sixth
T. D. FOREMAN, Owner
Time past ahd time present,
both, may pain us, but time im-
proved is eloquent in God's praist
—Mary Baker Eddy V
FOR YOUR HEALTH
Dr. H. H. COX
1003 Turret Road
Hours: 10 to 12 A. M.
2 to 8 P. M.
Chapter No. 11
HARD OF HEARING?
Having trouble, understanding
Call or Write
ORRIN M, BATTLE
Beaumont—727 San Jac. Bldg.
*(• Arthur—3730 Procter St.
Thursday Each Month
Charter No. 13661 Reserve District No. 11
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
First National Bank In Orange
of Oi-ange, • '
In the State of Texas, at the close of business on Dec. 30, 1944
Published In Response to Call Made by Comptroller of the Currency,
Under Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes
L Loans and discounts /
(including $26.59 overdrafts) $ 275,373.12
2. United States Government obligations,
direct and guaranteed 6,099.530.25
3. Obligations of States and political
subdivisions ... 54,020.10
4. Other bonds, hotes, and debentures , ... 71,362.50
5. Corporate stocks (including $12,000.00
stock of Federal Reserve bank) 12,001.00
6. Cash, balances with other banks, including
* reserve balance, and caBh items in
process of collection ... 3,891,947.93
7. Bank premises owned $20,000.00,
furniture and fixtures $1.00 20,001.00
8. Real estate owned other than bank
11. Other assets 177.62
Dr. D. W. Walker
1707 Tenth Si
HOURS: V •
10 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Yes, We Would Like To Have A New One Too!
IF ITS A V8 FORD OR MERCURY^
WE BELIEVE WE CAN KEEP HER ROBLING 'TILL THE NEW BABIES MAI
I THEIR DEBUT
Motors Exchanged—New or Rebuilt
FAST SERVICE - NO 30-DAY TIE-UPS
ABOVE PARTS ON HAND AND FOR SALE ONLY WITH OUR SERVICE . . .
WILSON & HOUGH GARAGE
—HURRY! LAST TWO DAYS
'THE EVE OF ST. MARK1
ANNE BAXTER — WILLIAM EYTHF.
Starts SJUNDAY for Four Big Days
13. Demand deposits of individuals,
partnerships, and corporations : ~
14. Time cteposits of individuals,
partnerships, and corporations
15. Deposits of United States Government
16. Deposits of Staies and political subdivisions
18. Other deposits (certified and
cashier's checks, etc.)
19. Total Deposits $9,938,876.62
23. Other liabilities . . , . :
24. Total Liabilities S^To",282^3
25. Capital Stock:
(c) Common stock, total par ......... ___$
27. Undivided profits .
29. Total Capital Accounts 484,173.79
Total Liabilities and
Capital Accounts $10,424,456.52
31. Pledged assets (book value)
(a) United States Government obligat-
ions,, direct and guaranteed, pledg-
ed to secure deposits and other
liabilities $ 2,363,056.25
(b) Other assets pledged to secure de-
32. Secured liabilities:
It is with extreme pleasure and enthusiasm that we announce to
the good people of Orange and vicinity that" our accounting de-
partment has been enlarged and equipped to offer a credit system
providing weekly, semi-weekly or monthly payments for the con-
venience of our customers.
We invite you most cordially'to come in and see bur displays of
precious, sparkling diamonds, nationally advertised wrist watches,
silver, china, brilliant costume jewelry and other jewelry pieces...
and use your credit.
OPEN A CREDIT ACCOUNT TODAY.
203 FIFTH STREET ORANGE, TEXAS
ttp$)eposit8 secured by pledged assets
pursuant to requirements of law
State of Texas. County of Orange, sa
L E. E. McFarland. eaahler at the above-najaied bank, do solemnly
Bweir that the above state meat la true to the best of my knowledge
E. E. McFARLAND^_Cashier.
Sworn to and subMrlbed before me this IMh day of January. IMS
J. H. DAVID. Notary Public.
Geo. 8. Colburn
. A. Prater ^
"GREAT DAY IS COMING"
A Funny Cartoon
"BIG HEEL WATHA'"
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The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, January 12, 1945, newspaper, January 12, 1945; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth221462/m1/4/: accessed June 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.