Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 75, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 10, 1957 Page: 2 of 8
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POL* COUNTY ENTERPRISE. LIVINGSTON, TEXAS
POLK COUNTY ENTERPRISE
Established as the East Texas Pinery In 1881
Corrigan Press Established in 1931
PMUlshSd Weekly it Uvingston (Polk County, Texas by the Folk
Opunty Division ol the Lufkin Publishing Company.
Bptered as Second-Class Matter at the Post Office at Livingston,
Texas under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
. SUBSCRIPTION RATES
— Payable is Advance — -■
One Year in Polk County...... .......... ..... .....$2.50
One Year out ef Polk County................ ................3250
Six Months th Polk County ............................... 1.35
Sla Months out of Polk County ..... y ....................1.95
erroneous reflection upon the character, standing, or reputa-
of ary person, firm, or corporation which may appear in this
t will he gladly corrected upoq being brought to the
Oaaatfleds and Cards of Thanks charged for at the rate of 3 cents
«• Lee Kirgan, Jr..—^—-----—----Editor and Manager
What C0RRI6AN FOLKS Are Doing
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Young of
Alta Loma visited Mr. and Mrs.
Monroe Johnson Wednesday.
Mesdames Q- B. Hollis, Ken-
neth KnoX, Ellis Murphy, and
Joe-Lankford attended an'East-
ern Star meeting ,in Groveton
Tuesday night hondring the De-
THURSDAY. JANUARY 10, 1951
‘Forward Control ‘Jeep’ FC-150,W all-new
addition to the expanding Une of WUlys Motors
four-wheel drive vehicles, is now being introduced
by Willys dealers. Key feature of the new model is
the "up-front" location of the cab, which allows
maximum usage of the vehicle’s compact wheel-
base for payloads, and at the same time places the
driver in the best position for split-second all-
direction visibility. The FC-150 is powered by the
same F-head ‘‘Hui rican?r'engine proved for rug.
gedness and economy irv, the “Jeep,” and is en-
gineered with four-wheel drive for off-the-road
service over all trues of .terrain
puty Grand Matron, Mrs. Totsy
Baker of Huntsville.
4 Miss Annette Burks of Houston
spent thf week end with her par-
Miss Virginia Skinner returned
to Houston Sunday where she is
Charter No. 6169
Reserve District No. 11
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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of Livinptou in Hip Stale of Texas, at the.clone of huniiiesa o» DecOin-
l*er 31, 1956, published in response to call made by Comptroller of the
Currency, under Section 5211, U, & Revised Statutes.
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balance, and cash items in process of collection $i,072,888.29
United Staten Government obligations, direct
and guaranteed ..........................__-_-4— 1,734,700.00
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Obligations of States and political subdivisions
Other bonds, notes, and debentures ..._____________
Corporate stocks (including $6,4100.00 stock of
Federal Reserve Rank)
Loans and discounts (tliclnduig #4,038.24 overdrafts)
Bank premises owned $27,7M.46, furniture and
(Bank premises owned are subject to no liens not
assumed by bank)
RohI estate owned other than bank premises.........
Other assets _____________________._____________........________________
Demand-deposits of individuals, partnerships,
and corporations . 4-4......-"44 .........4,~r ■
V; VI MU-.Uf-V* • I'W’ ».V ' »*‘ V ‘ k
i Time deposits of individuals, partnerships,
and corporations ,
Def»osits of United States Government (including
] lK*posits of States and political sulnlivisions
; Other liabilities ,.v._
Capital Stock; (e) Common stock, total par $100,000.00
Surjilus ■ .....—...:----------_____________________1.
Undivided profits ................:...... . ...........................'.,
Total Captial Accounts ___
, Total Liabilities and Capital Accounts
- MEMORANDA -
_j Assets pledged or assigued to secure liabilities
and for other purposes «a* :_^......_
iLoans insured or guaranteed by Veterans’ Administration
--insured or guaranteed jtortioiiH only_______- _
Total amount of Loans, Certificates of Interest and Obli-
gations, or portions thereof (listed above), which are
fully hacked dr insured by agencies of the United
StjUes Government (other than “United State* Gov-
ernment, obligations, direct and guaranteed’’) _t______
I* Allen Peebles, ( ashjeF of the above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that -the above statement is true to the' best of my knowledge
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ALLEN PEEBLES, Cashier
CORKECT—ATTEST: E. E. Cochran.
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7, 4 . * Directoia ' ^ . J *
State of Texas, County of Polk, m: , . ,
Sworn to and snbacribed before me this 5th day of January,'1957,
and I hereby certify that I am1 not an officer or director of this bank.1
* Nell Jottt%.iK44it<y;'Phhi^-.
My commission expires June 1, 1957. <
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attending Southwestern Business
Mr, and Mrs. O. G. Shepherd
and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knox
attended a singing at Fairview
church Friday night. —
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Riley
Kendrick of, Houston spent the
week end with Mr\ and Mrs. Matt
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Childress
spent the week end*«ath Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Barfield. A
M.r. and Mrs. Jo»r Kotz and
children of Houston spent the
week end with Mr, and Mrs. W.
lb. nugnes. ;» ^ •
Mrs. R. T. Sheddan spent Sun-
day night and Monday in Lufkin
with Mr. Sheddan’s sister who [Lufkin Friday.
Ss very critically ill.
Mr and fars'. O.' G. Shepherd
attended the Watch Night service
and singing at Fairview ^ool
Monday night. *,
Mr. and Mrs. George Thomp-
son, of Diboll spent Sunday after-
noon and had supper with Mr.
anwl Ji&s. Harvey Dennis. ~
Mr; and Mrs. Cecil Robertson
and Marion Sue of Lufkin visit-
ed Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Havard
Mr. J. M. Havard spent Sun-
day afternoon with his brother,
R. L. Havard in Camden.
Mrs. .Jessie Loving. Mrs. Mac
Hill andMts. Henry Kirkland and
(jhifdren' visited Mr. and Mrs. Ltfp
Wbeelar and Mrs. Edna Hooker
dt Harmony* Hill Saturday. >'-v
Mr; and Mrs. O. G, Shepherd
visited in the KTRE studio for
the Bird singing program Sunday.
Lee Hendry of the U. S. Army
is home oh a furlough from Ham-
burg, Germany ond visited in the
home of his sister, Mrs. Esther
Cumnyns for several days.
Mr. and Mis. Johnny PoweTf
of Woodlake visited Mr. and Mrs
c. PMdaxey Sunday. -------
Mr. and«Mrs. Kenneth Knox
were in Dil&ll on business Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Redd and
Mrs. B. F. Adams were in Lufkin
Thursday on business.
Mrs. Loueila Cantrell, who has
been yisjting in the home of Mr,
and Mrs. C. H. Redd for several
weeks left for her home in Wash-
ington. D.C.; jast Thursday.
Mr, and Mrs, W.....E, Cooper and
Mr. and Mrs. Maxey Cooper |v
spent Sunday In the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. E; .. Soape in Car-
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sheddan
visited Mr. and Mrs. Halyard in
Lufkin Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Q. R. Hollis, Sr..
went to Beaumont Sunday, and
Mrs. Q. R. Hollis, Jr...Bobby Raj
and Rodney returned home with
them on Monday to spend a week.
H. L. Kipuney. Barbara and
Henrietta and Henrietta Burks
shopped in Lufkin Saturday. -
The pony express was estab-
lished between San Francisco and
Mr. and'Mrs. Irvin Willaon and
Miss Violet Henderson of Hous-
ton spent Saturday with Mr. and
lib. Ellis Murphy.
Those attending the Training
Union Rally in Lufkin Sunday af-
ternoon we&: Mrs. Ellis Murphy.
Rev. and Mrs. R. C, Pemberton
and Randy, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Dow, Mrs. B. F. Adams, Lila
Faye Kendrick, Ada V. Pope and
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bell, Wanda
and Nancy. . r
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hickman
and son. John of Lufkin visited
Mrs. E. T, Hifkman, Sr., Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fuller and
daughters of Rcdland and Mr. and
Mrs. Grady Fuller and children
of Camden visited in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Fuller Sunday.
M;r. and Mrs.’’Reuben Farrar
and children spent from Friday
through- Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. George Farrar.
Louis Bleriot first flew the Eng-
lish Channel in 1909.
John Bunyan wrote “Pilgrim’s
Progress” while he was in prison.
Around the equator the earth is
larger than around the meridian.
Mrs. W- R. Smiley and. .Mrs. J
F. Hollomon shopped in Lufkin
Kenneth Knox was a business
visitor in Groveton Saturday.
Mrs. Wales Dear and Ola Faye
Franklin shopped in Lufkin Sat-
urday;- ...... _ .
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tsflppr,
and children of Houston visftitl
Mrs. E. Dittfurth Saturday.
Visitors in the home of Mrs. E.
Dittfurth over the week end were:
Mn and Mrs. A. M. Candelari and
Martin, JeShwlle, Carolyn Sue and
Lynn Offutt and? Butch Anthony
of Houston. ' ~___
Mrs. E. bittturth shopped in
Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Armstrbrlg
visited Mrs. J-. C. Jenes in Grape-
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Want 5 to 50 acre Camp Site
in or neir Big Thicket. Run-
ning creek or branch, lots of
pines, deep loam, electricity
available. Give all details in
letter. Must be bargain.
HENRY H. MAGEE
109 E. ThiPd St k
Arlington. ’Pexas .'
THE POLK COUNTY ENTERPRISE
Is Now Equipped To Make
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PHONE 45 • 639
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Kirgan, Joe Lee, Jr. Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 75, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 10, 1957, newspaper, January 10, 1957; Livingston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth762713/m1/2/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Livingston Municipal Library.