The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, July 12, 1935 Page: 3 of 8
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THE SCHULENBURG STICKER, SCHULENBURG TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1935.
Charter No. 8034 — Reserve District No. 11
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Scholenburg, Texas, at the close of Business on June 29th, 1935
Loans and discounts $127,410.23
United States Government obligations, direct andjor
fully guaranteed 115,625.00
Other bonds, stocks, and securities „ 57,548.97
Furniture and Fixtures - 10,334.30 10,334.30
Real estate owned other than banking house 5,500.00
Reserve with Federal Reserve bank 85,354.95
Cash in vault and balances with other banks — 140,901.72
Outside checks and other cash items 452.66
Redemption fund with United States Treasurer and due
from United States Treasurer i 1,250.00
Acceptances of other banks and bills of exchange or drafts
sold with endorsement of this banks None
Other asset* Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 999.72
TOTAL ASSETS $545,762.16
Demand deposits, except United States Government deposits,
public funds, and deposits of other banks $288,917.99
Time deposits, except postal savings, public funds, and'
deposits of other banks 161,461.56
Public funds of States, counties, school districts, or other
subdivisions or municipalities * 5,185.42
Deposits of other banks, including certified and cashiers'
checks outstanding None
(b) Not secured by pledge of loans andjor
Ic) TOTAL DEPOSITS 455,564.97
Circulating notes outstanding 25,000.00
Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid 1.30
Common stock, 250 shares, par $100.00 per share .. .25,000.00
Undivided Profits, net $5,195.89
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNT 65,195.89
TOTAL LIABILITIES 545,762.16
United States Government obligations, direct andjor
fully guaranteed r.* 25,000.00
Total pledged (excJuding rediscounts) 25,000.00
Against circulating notes outstanding ..." 25,000.00
TpTAL PLEDGED $25,000.00
STATE OF TEXAS, K Jg|f^
COUNTY OF FAYETTE.
I, E. J. Chromcak, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and
E. J. CHROMCAK, Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th, day of July, 1935.
Notary Public, Fayette County, Texas.
W. R. KEUPER.
F. K. SCHINDLER
Dr. LEO J. PETERS
The work of classifying and ac-
crediting the public schools of Tex-
as is under the direction of the
State Committee composed of fif-
teen members representing the
high schools and colleges of the
State. This Committee, by estab-
lishing educational standards, de-
termines the conditions upon which
high schools are classified and ac-
credited and is interested in en-
couraging schools to attain these
standards and in certifying those
that have obtained them so as to
facilitate the transfer of students
to any other school or college.
The regulations as prescribed by
this Committee are administered
by the State Department of Educa-
tion through high school super-
visors. In the visit of the supervi-
sors in their report to school
authorities, recommendations are
offered in the spirit of co-ope-
ration and helpful suggestion, with
the earnest desire that all school
authorities will join the State De-
parment of Education in their ef-
fort to maintain the necessary
standards of secondary education
In order that schools may be pro-
perly certified it is essential that
minimum requirements be met. To
that end the supervisor who re-
cently visited the Schulenburg
schools makes the following re-
The superintendent, school board
and community are to be congratu-
lated upon the splendid school be-
The following are worthy of spe-
1. The splendid school orchestra.
The honors won by this orchestra
are a credit to any community
many times the size of Schulen-
2. The well kept buildings and j
3. The organization and arrange-
ment of the school library. This
school has one of the best libraries
in the entire supervisory district.
--,4. The installation of some splen-
did playground equipment.
4 5. The home economics and boys
shop for the negro child.
6. It is the recommendation of
this supervisor that this good
work be kept up. It was a distinct
pleasure to "Officially" visit the
the Schulenburg School.
GETS THREE BITES FROM
A COPPERHEAD SNAKE
A son of Ferd. Haas, about 20
years old—the family moving into
this section from Schulenburg not
very long ago—had ■ a very un-
pleasant experience with a cop-
per head snake a few nights ago.
The young man was walking in the
yard at his home when a copper-
head espied him and without any
formality what ever gave the
youn gman two bites on one leg
and one on the other.
Naturally, he was very sick for
a time, but with proper antidotes
administered by a local physician,
he soon rallied and is apparently
alright now.—Weimar Mercury.
BOY PRODUCES 2/2 TONS
POTATOES ON HALF ACRE
Port Lavaca, July 8h.—Perry L.
Haslin, Jr., 4-H club boy from
Calhoun County reports that he
has produced 5000 pounds of irish
potatoes on one-half acre of land.
His net profit is $86.65 and he has
a second crop of grain sorghum
growing for his heifer calf. Perry
says that he will plant one acre
GIANT PUMPKIN GROWN
Runge, Texas, July 4th.—D. M.
Lyons, farmer of this community,
brought to town a pumpkin raised
on his farm that weighed 58
jiblic Service Company
Nervous, Weak Woman
Soon All Right
"I had regular shaking spells from
nervousness," writes Mrs. Cora San-
ders, of Paragould, Ark. "I was all
run-down and cramped at my time
until I would have to go to bed. After
my first bottle of Cardul, I was bet-
ter. I kept taking Cardul and soon
I was all right. The shaking quit
and I did not cramp. I felt worlds
better. I gave Cardul to my daugh-
ter who was in about the same con-
dition and she was soon all right."
Vbouaands of nan testify Cardu! bene-
fited them II it tfoeg not benefit TOD,
Girl Makes Good
"Wauldine Tauch was born at
Schulenburg, Texas, and spent her
childhood on a farm. Her talent
showed itself early and her child-
ish efforts impelled her townspeo-
ple to assist her in obtaining an
art education. The Women's Thurs-
day Club of Brady induced Pom-
peo Coppini, who lived at that
time in San Antonio, to take her
as a pupil for a year. At the end of
that time the sculptor and his wife
made it possible for her to con-
tinue her studies for seven years.
She made portraits and small work
her speciality during this time.
For five years Miss Tausch has
been Mr. Coppini's assistant, mov-
ing with the family to Chicago and
later to New York. Of recent years
she has executed several commis-
sions, among them two monuments,
one in memory of Mrs. Henderson,
President of the Thursday Club,
her early benefactor. She has also
executed several portrait busts,
and small figures. 7
She has assisted Mr. Copini in
such works as the Noyes Monu-
ment in Chicago, the Littlefield
Memorial Fountain in Austin, a
statue of George Washington in
Portland Ore., and the bronze doors
the Scottish Rite Cathedral in San
Antonio. Miss Tausch will receive
the commission for the Temple,
Texas War Memorial. She ex-
pressed her desire to leave much of
her work in Teaxs."—Taken from
"The Creative Arts in Texas" by
Goldie Copers Smith. Copyright
Mr. and Mrs. Hirch Schwartz
spent a few days this week in Gal-
veston on a vacation. Jim Whet-
more, who has been a guest of
the Schwartz family, accompanied
them on the trip.
A. R. St. Wrba and children of
Cleburne, R. St. Wrba and son,
Don, and Mrs. Mary Jordan of
Granger are guests this week of
the Foitik families here.
Helmuth Helmcamp, Elvin Stro-
bel and Tom Mazurek spent Sun-
day at Port O'Connor on a fishing
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kyle and fami-
ly have returned from a vacation
spent with relatives ijj Normangee.
All Over America
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Other sizes In pro-
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State sales tax, if
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