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CONDON GLOBE.TIMES FRIDAY, ,1ANUARY 12, 1951 CONDON. OREGON NEWSPAPER Established in 1891 Circulated every F&apos;iday from Condon, county seat of Gilliam county to paid subscribers in its own and parts of the adjoining counties Advertising ratea furn- ished upon application. Entered in the Postoffice at Condon, Oregon. as second class mail matter, under Act of Con- gress of March 1879. STEWART HARDIE Owner and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAY- ABLE IN ADVANCE 5 Six Months .............. $1.,0 One Year _ ................. $3.00 Three Years .............. $7.50 Condon Personals Mr. and M:"s. Jim Evans, Port- land. are here isitin their sons -'"" "' &. and M1s. IJoyd and f21YL l i 1C,',,  Evans and ".]1." !nd 7drs. \\;:elno Evans. Joe \\;Vhite and son, VVillow Creek, xv(:re in m'..vn this week end. Bob Wi]ker:. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank \\;Viikens. repot; iu a letter to l.,J ia',:nl that he ia in Eo ca. Kathe;ine (k):i!)e:i ,,eiurned re) ?darylhurst college Stlnday to re- sume her cla.;aes. Mr. anti Mrs, \\;Vayne Johnson were in town Salur(lav Little Allan Lee Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. \\;Vayne Anderson, is improving after an eperation recently performed in a Portland hospita . Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Barker. Casper. Wyoming, are visiting the Carroll P, arker residence this week enrmte to Arizona for the winter. Barker a retired sheep man, is Carroll's uncle. Si Bar- "ker, Portland, is also visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Wilkins re- turned Thursday fom a fishin trip on the ceast with .Mr, and Mrs. Homer Woods of Indepen- dence. Zane :Campbell leaves this week for the Great Lakes Naval Train- ing station. He enlisted last week in Portland. Glen Devin is located in Naples Italy and Eddie Hebert and Carl Larch are at Wichita Fat!s, Kan- sas. Mr.% Arthur Jaeger Js still in Portland with her husband who is improving in a bspital there. James Morrison, Portland, was here on busines recently. Mrs. Mane Ward, The Dalles; was a week end visiter at the tOm 0 Mr.% T ouia Anderson. 'Ihree complete shows will be shown on Sunday starting Jan. 14 at the Liberty Theatre. Box office will open at 2:30 with the show starting at 2:45 p.m. UNION 76 TSX OIL---DIESO.LIFE OIb TRITON 7600 GASOLINE 76 GASOLINE---STOVE OIL-- e FURNACE OIL--DIESOL For prompt and Dependable Service Call Burns Bros. Ray, James, Tom Mill Moves pner, were callers at the Lone- rock grocery store on Saturday. To Lonerock Mrs. Spitzer, Anna Mac and LONEROCK -- Barney Rey- Jess Harris attended the dance at nolds and Ted Bm'ns, Salem en- Asher Montague's Saturday night. gineer, arrived in Lonerock Man- Ambrose Chapin, Heppner, was day. Reynolds is in charge of hay- a visitor in Lonerock on Sunday. ing his saw mill moved into Lone- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hayes rock where it will be in opera-and daughter, Billy Pat, and tion around March 15. Christine visited with the for- mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Dr. Ladd, Condon, was called G. tlayes for a few hours Monday to Lonerock Saturday by the ill- afternoon. ness of Gem'ge McLaughlin who Mr. and Mrs. Matlon Hicks and is greatly improved now. C.A. Andrews made a business A no hostess cmd party was Three complete shows will be given at the Cemmmiity room last Saturday night at which shown on Sunday starting Jan. " 14 at the IAbertv Theatre. Box thne four tables of pinochle were office will open at 2:30 with the played, show starting at 2:45 p.m. A party dance will be held at ihe grange hall Saturday night, Janumy 13. AI Lovgren and cm Stacy. Hep- \\; DENHAMS RETURN I-(ev. and Ms. James R. Den- ham ret:n>e] u Condon this x\\;ek so lhat ])enham could oe- CUlP, !ia l?Ul?it lhis Sul!day at l;(th l]'.e n",<nh: and evening service at the Baptist church. The' I)llilTis ]]ave heen in l<lamath Fa]I. where he was hos- ])ilalized ::d'le' K:eh" car over- uln_:: vl vn hF :oad, \\;Vhile in the h,s-pital [',enha::: also r.cov- el'ed fl am the 1]-::llnps. HOME IMPROVE- MENT LOANS Liberal repayment program. No mortgage required. HOME MORTGAGE LOANS Up-to-the-minute information on Ol, FHA, regular mortgage loans. PERSONAL LOANS Convenient terms, repay out of income. Prompt service. AUTO LOANS Ask your auto dealer, or apply ot any First Natlanal banking office. CHECKING Regular Checking Accounts or the popular Low Cost Check- plan. Name and address im- printed free on regular per- sonal checks. SAVINGS Now earn 1V% up to and in. cludlng $10,000.00, 1% over $0,000.00. TRUST AND INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT SERVICES Ask any officer of this bank for details. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Valuables and important pa- pers protected for little more than a penny a day. MONEY ORDERS TRAVELERS CHEQUES All Types of Business and Commercial Loans "LET'S BUILD OREGON TOGETHER" S2.25 pt. $3.6041s qt. FATLAND SERVING WOODS VISIT IN IN PUERTO RICO BRITISH COLUMBIA Jack Fatland, communications Bill and Queen Woods spent technician first class, USNR, son Christmas week visiting Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Fatland, ac- Mrs. William Ney and Mr. and cording to word recently received Mrs. Murdo McDonald and son from the Ninth Naval district, is in Vancouver and New Westmin- serving with the flag allowance of ister, British Columbia. the Commandant of the Tenth Naval district at San ,Juan, Puerto UNCI,E SAM CAI,LS Rico. FOUR MORE MEN Four men will leave for army HOLDS MEETING induction in Portland Tuesday, Members of Blalock school January 16 and five men have district number 2 met with Lo- taken physicals this week. Those vena S. Palmer, superintendent inducted will be Ado!phus Harn- of rural schools, to discuss the den. 21, Mitchell: William Kenny, budget. 21. Heppner; Charles Padberg, 21, Board men:hers present includ- Lexington and James Henning, 22, ed Mr. and Mrs. Van Gosley. Don- a transfer from the Pendleton ald Anderson and Virgil Walpern. board. Straight Bourbon Whiskey . 86 Proof Rational Distillers Products Corporation, !q.Y: lid Oregonians have relied on FIRST NATIONAL for every banking service FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Portland Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation" RESOURCES Cash in vault and in Federal Reserve Bank..$ 65,609,918.92 Due from Banks ........................ 44,918,S63.64 Total Cash .................... $I 10,528,482.56 United States Government Obligations, Direct and Fully Guaranteed ............. 152,B40,679.31 State, County and Municipal Sonds and ; k.x  Warrants ..-7   /oE ......................... 46,634,269.55 Other Bonds and Securities .............. .] 4,801,686.0B Stock in Federal Reserve Bank... d ....... .1 7S0,0OO.00 Loans and Discounts ..................... 241,624,159.75 Accrued Interest Receivable ...............  2,176,340.02 Bank Premises, Furniture and Fixtures and Safe Deposit Vaults ..................  .S,69S,108.40 Other Real Estate owned ................ . 3.00 Customers' Liability on Accounts of Letters of Credit, Acceptances and Endorsed Bills. 5,138,989.71 Other Resources ....................... .. 556,478.13 TOTAL RESOURCES ............. . LIABILITIES Capital ............................... $ 7,500,000.00 Surplus .................. ............ 17,500,000.00 Undivided Profits ....................... . 9,988,667.92 Total Capital Funds ............. $ 34,988,667.92 Reserve for possible loan losses. This reserve is to apply against any loan losses that may develop in the future; it hes not been allocated to any particular loans or type of loans. (Established from earnlnBsJanu. ary 1, 1949, through December 30, 1950.) 1,265,331.23 1 Demand .................... 378,396,404.72 t DEPOSIT5  Savings and Time ............. 146,938706.88 ) .525,335,111.60 Liabffity for Letters of Credit and as Acceptor Endorser or Maker of Acceptances and Foreign 'Bills ........................ Interest Received in Advance ............. Reserve for Interest, Taxes, Etc ............. Other Liabilities ....................... TOTAL LIABILITIES ............. In addition to its 46 state-wide banking offices, 15 affiliated banks with 18 offices are members of the First National Bank Group DEPOSITS The First National Bank of Portland and 46 Offices ......... $52S,335,111.60 18 other Oregon Banking Offices in the First National Group . 1.21,805,334.25 5,138,989.71 2,107,192.00 r 1,699,933.47 _ 270,970.58 570,746,196.51 LOANS AND DISCOUNTS The First National Bank of Portland and 46 Offices ......... 18 other Oregon Banking Offices in the First National Group TOTAL RESOURCES The First National Bank of Portland and 46 Offices ......... 18 other Oregon BanMng Offices in the First National Group TOTAL RESOURCES of the 64 BANKING OFFICES in the FIRST NATIONAL GROUP ........................ $647,140,445.BS $241,624,159.75 31,909,265.47 $273,S33,425.22 $S70,746,196.51 129,839,057.10 $700,585 2S3.61 FI RST NATIONAL BANK OF PORTLAND THESE ARE THE 64 BANKING OFFICES IN THEFIRST NATIONAL BANK GROUP The First National Bank of Portland and its 46 state.wide bankin oflees and 15 affiliated banks with 18 officee Portland Offices CONDON BRANCH NYSSA BRANCH Main Office COOS BAY BRANCH OAKRIDGE BRANCH East Portland Branch COQUILLE BRANCH OREGON CITY BRANCH Hawthorne Boulevard Branch ENTERPRI5E BRANCH PENDLETON BRANCH Hollywood-Rose City Branch FOSSIL BRANCH SALEM BRANCH Industrial Branch GRANTS PASS BRANCH SHERMAN COUNTY BRANCH Llvostock-Kenton Branch GRESHAM BRANCH STAY'TON BRANCH Montavllla Branch HEPPNER BRANCH THE DALLES BRANCH Sixth and Morrlson Branch HILLSBORO BRANCH TILLAMOOK BRANCH e Southeast Portland Branch HOOD RIVER BRANCH UNION BRANCH Union and Russell Branch KLAMATH FALLS WOODBURN BRANCH Klamoth Falls Branch Uptown B .... h South Sixth Street Branch Affiliated Banks in the BranchesOutofPortland LA GRANDE BRANCH First National Bank LAKEVlEW BBANCH ALBANY BRANCH MEDFORD BRANCH Group * ASHLAND BRANCH MERRILL BRANCH Carlton Stale and Saving; Bank ASTORIA BRANCH MOI.ALLA BRANCH 1 Benton County State Bank BEND BRANCH NEWBERG BRANCH ICarvallis) CENTRAL POINT BRANCH NORTH BEND BRANCH Philomath Branch (Philomath) O e e o e e jThe First National Bank of Cottage Grove The First National Bank of Eugene West Eugene IIranck Springfield Branch (Springfield) The First National Bank of Forest Grove The First National Bank of Lebanon Monroe State Bank Morelond-Sellwood Bank (Portland) Stale Bank of Molkeur County (Onfario) The First Nalional Bank of Prinevtlle Sc|o State Bank C/otsap County Bank (SeoslIe) Coolidge and McCInine,(SHverten| Bank of Sweet Hbme Yamhitl State Bank O O O O O O O O O O O0 O O O O e O O e O e