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Page 6-The Journal Opinion-January 28, 1981 Social 1 Orford students raise .funds for JANUARY CLEARANCE 20-30% OFF Sunshine trip to N.Y. ORFORD--High School in the spring students at Orford, with tile The proceeds from live help of the Orford Parents (;ame Nights and four suppers Club, are staging a series of have heen pledged toward the events to raise funds for a cost ,)f tile trip. Students will :ultural tour of New YorkCity get their families to prepare I II1| dishes for the Wednesday night suppers, which are scheduled from 5:30-7:31) p.m. Jan. 28, Feb. 18. March 18 and April 22. The students will assist with serving. The Game Nights will be from i-5 pro. }'eb. 8, March 8, April 5 and May 3. All the suppers and (;ame Nighls will take place in Boutique The New York trip is scheduled in May and about 14 St. Jay - 748-2933 teachers will accompany tile _ _  student s there. New location Airport Road Side of New ioniai Plaza it's time to Quilted fabrics start that and winter quilt corduroy Quilt New Books, Smocking Magazines and Supplies Store Hours Patterns Tues.-Thurs. 10-5:30 Fri. 10-8 Sat. 10-5 St. Martin's has annual meeting in Fairlee FAIRLEE-The Annual Meeting of St. Martin's Chapel was held Jan. 18 after' tile morning service. A lunch was served by the Women of St. Martin's before the meeting. Reports-were read by the Warden, Julia Fifield; the / head of the Altar Guild, Mary . McClesky; the Superintendent of the Church School, Carol ('hrist ie: and the Women of St. Martin's president, Dorothy l)ooley. Elected to tile vestry were Charles Barrett and Cynthia Debra DianeBlodgel, Keith who were filling unexpired terms created by Debra Blodgett toresig natins during tire past year. Eugene Ross Julia Fifield and AIec Christie were reelected to the EN'IWORTtt--Mr. and Mrs. vestry and Alvin Gluek was Robert Blodgett have an- elected to the vestry and will nounced the engagement of continue as church treasurer. their daughter Debra Diane to Frances and Manning Raymond Ross, son of Dr. and Brown were elected delegates Mrs. Eugene floss of to the Diocesan Convention to Plymouth. be held in Burlington in May. Miss BIodgett is a senior" at Alternates elected were ('arol Keene State studying special and Mec Christie. education, ller fiance is also Alvin Gluek presented the at Keene State, preparing to 1(,t81 hudget and answered teach industrial arts. questions about various items. The couple met as students Fr. Atkinson concluded the at Plymouth Area High meeting by expressing his School. thanks to the pt)ple of the June 27has been selected as church for carrying out its the wedding date. mission. A. wolnan in Germany N. ttAVERHILL--Senior Airman Deborah A. Davidson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James M Davidson of N. 'Haverhill, has arrived for duty at Rhein-Main Air Base, West Germany. Davidson, an airfield management specialist, was previously assigned at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. Barbara Ann Rowden Wells River girt to wed Groton man WEL[,S I{IVEI{ -. Mr. and Mrs. l)ean T. Rowden have announced the engagement of their daughter-, Barbara Anti, to Paul Joseph Beaulieu, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Beaulieu of Groton. Miss Rowden graduated from Blue Mountain Union School in 1976 and Champlain ('ollege in 197P,. She is em- ployed hy f)artmouth College. Mr. Beatdieu graduated from Blue Mountain Union in 1973. tie is employed by Northeastern Log Erectors of Groton. No ed(ting dale has been set. Film.lecture program HAVERHILL--The l-faverhill Library Assn. is presenting a film-lecture program entitled: "New Hampshire Writers and the Small Town" on Wed., Feb. 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the chapel of the First Congregational Church in Haverhill. [n a general fashion and Wall To Wall Carpet Sale SPACE-DYED YARNS ofl:er multi-tone colorations. ,K[rE I,(K offers firm pile support tor yea rs. 00adpted carpet , creates exotic mood with color. usiflg specific authors, the film traces life in New tlampshire villages from the earliest settlers down through the present day. dere Danielle, professor of historyat Dartmouth will be the eminently qualified lec- turer. Professor Danielle, who received his doctorate at flarvard, specializes in early American history and the history of New England. ttis tpublished works include 'Experiment in )ublicanism," "N.i|. Politics & The American Revolution," (Harvard U. Press, 19701 as well as articles on Jeremy Belknap and Benning Wentworth. His work in progress is entitled I III II IIII I II I I . r I School Lunches Orford High School l,'or the week of J an. 211 to '.0: , Wedltesdav--]hmlburgers. potdto chips, lettuce, fruit. Thursday--('h(Iw mein. rice, salad, fruit. Friday--Pizza. salad, fruit. :Milk, hr('ad and butter served with 'all meals. Subject to ch;.tnge. Morrill Elemental. School For the seek of ,l an. 26 to 30: Monday--Macaroni & Cheese, spinach, dessert, milk. Tuesday--l'igs-in Blanket, corn, dessert, milk. Wednesday--Vegetable Beef Soup, pickles, crackers, dessert, milk. Thursday--Turkey Pie, green string beans, dessert, milk. Friday--Fish Portions, fish sticks, peas, dessert, milk. Woo&ril Elementa Sclmol For the week (1t Jan, 26 to 30: Monday--Soup, grilled cheese, saltines, fruit cocktail, milk. Tuesday--Pigs-in-Blanket, chips, spinach, peaches, milk. Wednesday--Turkey Pie, pickles, apple crisp, milk. Thursday--riot Dog-Bun, chips, diced carrots, pudding, milk. Friday--Spaghetti & Meatballs, rolls, apples, milk. Haverldll Academy Junhw High For the week of Jan. 26 to 30: Monday--Sh)ppy Jees on Rolls, buttered carrots, fruit, milk. 'ruesdayBaked Beans, muffins, pickle slices, jello & topping, milk. Wednesday--Spaghetti, rolls & butter, buttered peas, fruit, ntilk Thttrsday--I'ork Gravy, biscuits, wax beans, butterscotch pudd., 0tilk Friday--Grilled Clmese, tomato soup, spice cake, milk. Woodsville  High School For the week (if Jan. 26 to 30: Monday--Chinese Pie, potato, rolls, fruit, milk. Tuesday--Macaroni & Cheese, rolls, tomatoes, ginger- bread, milk. Wednesday--(;hicken-Gravy, biscuits, peas, pudding, milk Thursday--Pizza, green beans, applesauce, milk. Friday--'roniato Soup, P.B. sandwiches, jello, milk. ALL MENUS SUBJECT TO CtIANGE Woodsville Elementary to sponser book fair %()t)I)SVILI, E-The Woo(lsville Elementary :llt)t)l in Woodsville will sponsor a student book fair Feh. 44. Students will be able to hrovse and purchase books. The book fair will be open from 9-11:30 a.nl. Feb. 4 and 9- 11:30 plus 7:30-9 p.m. on Feb. 5. Books will he on display in the nlulti-purpose room. The book fair committee "Colonial N.H, a History of inviles all students, parents Images" and is about the and visih)rs It) attend the fair. towns and villages of New The fair wilt encourage Hampshire. * students interest in reading The film-lecture is made possible a grant from the and in building home libraries, and will Ms6 o: N.H. Cuncil of the tribute to a worthwhile Humanities to the New project. Library Assn. The Wville lementary the film and School Parent-Teachers arrarlged for the entire (rt)|l[) iS sponsoring the event, to be presented in 60 x ilh .\\;tmc ,\\;mahircse,'ving as ibrarieslhroughout the state book fair chairman. Tile Refreshments will be served and all persons are welcome, Roy, Patty Fullerton, Paula llouse and Michele Butson. The hook fair display will include attractive new books from many publishers in all l)pular price ranges to read or to give as gifts. All reading interests will be represented, including classics, fictinn, biographies, science, adventure stories, nature, crafts, mystery and reference books. The committee is working with Educational Reading ,%rvice, a professional book fair company, to furnish an individual selection of books fvn" t  f,w,,t-, .... O YOUR CHOICE! ['nSlockforl-media!elnstall'alion' "1 .............................. Sculpted or Plush S H8,15 sq yd. Value , "-- "" ..... ,_ :._ i .'b S ( . .. . m V YIrd 00AVI= 2.bO q.y .......................... .... ." tc.e a et .... mereial sty K "'"'c" ,,,, or Foam Backing, 12'& 15' Width "r.----.o .-.. D.,..* .. m.,.,-o- Jute REGULAR 6.46 SQ YD. RE6"I_FI.5yD. A85 5 D so. . so. o. cornnlittee includes Trudy Comptroller of the Currency Meyers, Linda Maeeini, Ann Administrator of National Banks Maeeini, Patti Klark, Pat David Swenson to wed Elizabeth J. Sargent W()R(TESTEI{ Mr. and Mrs. ,;illiam Sargent of Worcester have announced the engaenlenl of their daughter. Elizabeth Jean, Io [)avid ,1. Sxvenstm son of Mrr and Mrs. I{ichard Swenson of Newbury. Miss Sargent, a graduate of Monlpelier tligh School and Johnson State (;()liege, is emph)yed with National Life Insurance (?ompany. tier fiance is a graduate of ()xbow Union ttigh School and the Southern H(n'ida School of Floral l)esiRn, lie is the owner of Emslie's of Montpelier Florisl Slu)p. An afternoon wedding is planned for Feb. 22. A.F.S. MEETING BRADFORD--A meeting of the A.F.S. will be held Feb. 2 at 7:3o pro. at the home of Noel Gaiser, Bradford. 14KT. GOLD ANKLETS SERPENTINE CHAIN / l 14K 14K I4K T-3 T-6 T-4 S. F.McAII Quality Jewelers Woodsville -REPORT OF CONDITION Comoltdaldng don'n-llc mlidieries of the National Bank of Newburv of.Wl]s Riv-c In tt stlde Of ge't-mnn t at the clo of Isise on i3ec emheK ..2,:.-r-7--. 1980 I in  tO   by Cornrollet of the Curte-'y, ut" title t2, Untied Stites Code,  16t. Chtr llwdr 1/a.0 NationII Bank Rego Number ___ 1-- Stat M Re$o'ces  Liabilities Thousands of doliere I Cal arid (e from ox)sitocy institotios .......................... U, S. Treasury securibes ........... ...................... _--- Oligations of Other U, S. Government agericies an(/corpocattons ..... L_ ObtatiD of Stiles and PliticalisubOvlsins F , 1 in the United States ........................................ t'-- All othe ecunttes ....................................... g50 1 Flerat funds sold and se(uriti purchased under agreements to resell Loa.. T== (.x...,. uneerned,ncome) .............. F --   LeSs: AIIowence for posse loan losses ..........  2 9 J FROM " ............................................. i 1 Bank pren'uses, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premtses - 12 3 All other asse]s ........................... [4 TOTAL ASSETS .............................. 6  8 91 Oemad depO=ts of ,rider:duals. partnersh=ps.  and cpo,aus ............................. 1:7 2 5 I Time and savings deposits of ;ndwduals. partner-  q "1/, I, "1 sh*., and corporaons ..................... ____ Dedolts ot United States Government ................  ..... Deposits of States and political subdiwsOS ,n r--  m--l ,.e U,ed S,=es .......................... [ ,lo... depo=,s ....................... 1- ..... ;-V-1 c..,., and o.,c.,s cs ..................... [ 6.c) I Total Deports ............... [-----o a -- / Toted 0emand deposits ...................... --A Totel brae and savings deposits .......... __4,261 [ ...... Fedecal funds purchased and seCur,tes sold under agreements to repurchase | NONE / Interl-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to the U S Treasury and other Iabdities for borrowed money ........ J------ T.^..-z.2:z--- Mortgage indebtedness and heblity 1or captahzed leases Allomiallities .................. |  ,,, ; TOTAL LIABILITIES (exclung subordinated notes and debentures) ...............  Subornated notes and debentures . . . J =i ................................. , ..... NONE Common ock No. shares authorized 6 , 000 NO. shares outstanding 6 , 000 (par value) 7 5 Surplus ................... 150 " our blmt Ila-ln o"  Portal:14- Ii: Undivided profits and reserve for contmgenoes and other capital reserves . 270 i .,.=..p, ._i.- l I,=1 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL ..........................  ............................ Clill " "ll rllo) We take pride in our carpet lines, pride in our pricing, pride in the in- toTAL L,AB,L,T,ES A.O QO,T CAP,TAL stal/ations we have done for you and your neighbor, and now we take Amouo,s o,s,and,og as of re da,o:  .., ,,., Standby letters of credit, total  -' V pride in the super savings in this ad. T,mecerl,hcatesotdeposflmdenommationsot$1OO.OOOormore Other time deposRs m amounts ol $100.000 or more 172 Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending wdh repot1 date )die! Total depos,ts ........................... [ 6,445  I N VWe, theundergneddirectOcsaffNtthecorr--tneesofthi e I. 1-1.era U ldi 1,n ,  -- [ =tltement Of reaouroaa and lisbikties. We declare that it has ............ ,c N ORPO ATED " ief  tree arl comet  . ].//  ,, of the above-named bank do hereby deOare tl FREE DELIVERY ' Route 302, Lisbon Road, LInLETON e i Report of Condition is true and correct 603444.2033 -- " ' , i my know;dge and belief ' . ii Page 6-The Journal Opinion-January 28, 1981 Social 1 Orford students raise .funds for JANUARY CLEARANCE 20-30% OFF Sunshine trip to N.Y. ORFORD--High School in the spring students at Orford, with tile The proceeds from live help of the Orford Parents (;ame Nights and four suppers Club, are staging a series of have heen pledged toward the events to raise funds for a cost ,)f tile trip. Students will :ultural tour of New YorkCity get their families to prepare I II1| dishes for the Wednesday night suppers, which are scheduled from 5:30-7:31) p.m. Jan. 28, Feb. 18. March 18 and April 22. The students will assist with serving. The Game Nights will be from i-5 pro. }'eb. 8, March 8, April 5 and May 3. All the suppers and (;ame Nighls will take place in Boutique The New York trip is scheduled in May and about 14 St. Jay - 748-2933 teachers will accompany tile _ _  student s there. New location Airport Road Side of New ioniai Plaza it's time to Quilted fabrics start that and winter quilt corduroy Quilt New Books, Smocking Magazines and Supplies Store Hours Patterns Tues.-Thurs. 10-5:30 Fri. 10-8 Sat. 10-5 St. Martin's has annual meeting in Fairlee FAIRLEE-The Annual Meeting of St. Martin's Chapel was held Jan. 18 after' tile morning service. A lunch was served by the Women of St. Martin's before the meeting. Reports-were read by the Warden, Julia Fifield; the / head of the Altar Guild, Mary . McClesky; the Superintendent of the Church School, Carol ('hrist ie: and the Women of St. Martin's president, Dorothy l)ooley. Elected to tile vestry were Charles Barrett and Cynthia Debra DianeBlodgel, Keith who were filling unexpired terms created by Debra Blodgett toresig natins during tire past year. Eugene Ross Julia Fifield and AIec Christie were reelected to the EN'IWORTtt--Mr. and Mrs. vestry and Alvin Gluek was Robert Blodgett have an- elected to the vestry and will nounced the engagement of continue as church treasurer. their daughter Debra Diane to Frances and Manning Raymond Ross, son of Dr. and Brown were elected delegates Mrs. Eugene floss of to the Diocesan Convention to Plymouth. be held in Burlington in May. Miss BIodgett is a senior" at Alternates elected were ('arol Keene State studying special and Mec Christie. education, ller fiance is also Alvin Gluek presented the at Keene State, preparing to 1(,t81 hudget and answered teach industrial arts. questions about various items. The couple met as students Fr. Atkinson concluded the at Plymouth Area High meeting by expressing his School. thanks to the pt)ple of the June 27has been selected as church for carrying out its the wedding date. mission. A. wolnan in Germany N. ttAVERHILL--Senior Airman Deborah A. Davidson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James M Davidson of N. 'Haverhill, has arrived for duty at Rhein-Main Air Base, West Germany. Davidson, an airfield management specialist, was previously assigned at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. Barbara Ann Rowden Wells River girt to wed Groton man WEL[,S I{IVEI{ -. Mr. and Mrs. l)ean T. Rowden have announced the engagement of their daughter-, Barbara Anti, to Paul Joseph Beaulieu, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Beaulieu of Groton. Miss Rowden graduated from Blue Mountain Union School in 1976 and Champlain ('ollege in 197P,. She is em- ployed hy f)artmouth College. Mr. Beatdieu graduated from Blue Mountain Union in 1973. tie is employed by Northeastern Log Erectors of Groton. No ed(ting dale has been set. Film.lecture program HAVERHILL--The l-faverhill Library Assn. is presenting a film-lecture program entitled: "New Hampshire Writers and the Small Town" on Wed., Feb. 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the chapel of the First Congregational Church in Haverhill. [n a general fashion and Wall To Wall Carpet Sale SPACE-DYED YARNS ofl:er multi-tone colorations. ,K[rE I,(K offers firm pile support tor yea rs. 00adpted carpet , creates exotic mood with color. usiflg specific authors, the film traces life in New tlampshire villages from the earliest settlers down through the present day. dere Danielle, professor of historyat Dartmouth will be the eminently qualified lec- turer. Professor Danielle, who received his doctorate at flarvard, specializes in early American history and the history of New England. ttis tpublished works include 'Experiment in )ublicanism," "N.i|. Politics & The American Revolution," (Harvard U. Press, 19701 as well as articles on Jeremy Belknap and Benning Wentworth. His work in progress is entitled I III II IIII I II I I . r I School Lunches Orford High School l,'or the week of J an. 211 to '.0: , Wedltesdav--]hmlburgers. potdto chips, lettuce, fruit. Thursday--('h(Iw mein. rice, salad, fruit. Friday--Pizza. salad, fruit. :Milk, hr('ad and butter served with 'all meals. Subject to ch;.tnge. Morrill Elemental. School For the seek of ,l an. 26 to 30: Monday--Macaroni & Cheese, spinach, dessert, milk. Tuesday--l'igs-in Blanket, corn, dessert, milk. Wednesday--Vegetable Beef Soup, pickles, crackers, dessert, milk. Thursday--Turkey Pie, green string beans, dessert, milk. Friday--Fish Portions, fish sticks, peas, dessert, milk. Woo&ril Elementa Sclmol For the week (1t Jan, 26 to 30: Monday--Soup, grilled cheese, saltines, fruit cocktail, milk. Tuesday--Pigs-in-Blanket, chips, spinach, peaches, milk. Wednesday--Turkey Pie, pickles, apple crisp, milk. Thursday--riot Dog-Bun, chips, diced carrots, pudding, milk. Friday--Spaghetti & Meatballs, rolls, apples, milk. Haverldll Academy Junhw High For the week of Jan. 26 to 30: Monday--Sh)ppy Jees on Rolls, buttered carrots, fruit, milk. 'ruesdayBaked Beans, muffins, pickle slices, jello & topping, milk. Wednesday--Spaghetti, rolls & butter, buttered peas, fruit, ntilk Thttrsday--I'ork Gravy, biscuits, wax beans, butterscotch pudd., 0tilk Friday--Grilled Clmese, tomato soup, spice cake, milk. Woodsville  High School For the week (if Jan. 26 to 30: Monday--Chinese Pie, potato, rolls, fruit, milk. Tuesday--Macaroni & Cheese, rolls, tomatoes, ginger- bread, milk. Wednesday--(;hicken-Gravy, biscuits, peas, pudding, milk Thursday--Pizza, green beans, applesauce, milk. Friday--'roniato Soup, P.B. sandwiches, jello, milk. ALL MENUS SUBJECT TO CtIANGE Woodsville Elementary to sponser book fair %()t)I)SVILI, E-The Woo(lsville Elementary :llt)t)l in Woodsville will sponsor a student book fair Feh. 44. Students will be able to hrovse and purchase books. The book fair will be open from 9-11:30 a.nl. Feb. 4 and 9- 11:30 plus 7:30-9 p.m. on Feb. 5. Books will he on display in the nlulti-purpose room. The book fair committee "Colonial N.H, a History of inviles all students, parents Images" and is about the and visih)rs It) attend the fair. towns and villages of New The fair wilt encourage Hampshire. * students interest in reading The film-lecture is made possible a grant from the and in building home libraries, and will Ms6 o: N.H. Cuncil of the tribute to a worthwhile Humanities to the New project. Library Assn. The Wville lementary the film and School Parent-Teachers arrarlged for the entire (rt)|l[) iS sponsoring the event, to be presented in 60 x ilh .\\;tmc ,\\;mahircse,'ving as ibrarieslhroughout the state book fair chairman. Tile Refreshments will be served and all persons are welcome, Roy, Patty Fullerton, Paula llouse and Michele Butson. The hook fair display will include attractive new books from many publishers in all l)pular price ranges to read or to give as gifts. All reading interests will be represented, including classics, fictinn, biographies, science, adventure stories, nature, crafts, mystery and reference books. The committee is working with Educational Reading ,%rvice, a professional book fair company, to furnish an individual selection of books fvn" t  f,w,,t-, .... O YOUR CHOICE! ['nSlockforl-media!elnstall'alion' "1 .............................. Sculpted or Plush S H8,15 sq yd. Value , "-- "" ..... ,_ :._ i .'b S ( . .. . m V YIrd 00AVI= 2.bO q.y .......................... .... ." tc.e a et .... mereial sty K "'"'c" ,,,, or Foam Backing, 12'& 15' Width "r.----.o .-.. D.,..* .. m.,.,-o- Jute REGULAR 6.46 SQ YD. RE6"I_FI.5yD. A85 5 D so. . so. o. cornnlittee includes Trudy Comptroller of the Currency Meyers, Linda Maeeini, Ann Administrator of National Banks Maeeini, Patti Klark, Pat David Swenson to wed Elizabeth J. Sargent W()R(TESTEI{ Mr. and Mrs. ,;illiam Sargent of Worcester have announced the engaenlenl of their daughter. Elizabeth Jean, Io [)avid ,1. Sxvenstm son of Mrr and Mrs. I{ichard Swenson of Newbury. Miss Sargent, a graduate of Monlpelier tligh School and Johnson State (;()liege, is emph)yed with National Life Insurance (?ompany. tier fiance is a graduate of ()xbow Union ttigh School and the Southern H(n'ida School of Floral l)esiRn, lie is the owner of Emslie's of Montpelier Florisl Slu)p. An afternoon wedding is planned for Feb. 22. A.F.S. MEETING BRADFORD--A meeting of the A.F.S. will be held Feb. 2 at 7:3o pro. at the home of Noel Gaiser, Bradford. 14KT. GOLD ANKLETS SERPENTINE CHAIN / l 14K 14K I4K T-3 T-6 T-4 S. F.McAII Quality Jewelers Woodsville -REPORT OF CONDITION Comoltdaldng don'n-llc mlidieries of the National Bank of Newburv of.Wl]s Riv-c In tt stlde Of ge't-mnn t at the clo of Isise on i3ec emheK ..2,:.-r-7--. 1980 I in  tO   by Cornrollet of the Curte-'y, ut" title t2, Untied Stites Code,  16t. Chtr llwdr 1/a.0 NationII Bank Rego Number ___ 1-- Stat M Re$o'ces  Liabilities Thousands of doliere I Cal arid (e from ox)sitocy institotios .......................... U, S. Treasury securibes ........... ...................... _--- Oligations of Other U, S. Government agericies an(/corpocattons ..... L_ ObtatiD of Stiles and PliticalisubOvlsins F , 1 in the United States ........................................ t'-- All othe ecunttes ....................................... g50 1 Flerat funds sold and se(uriti purchased under agreements to resell Loa.. T== (.x...,. uneerned,ncome) .............. F --   LeSs: AIIowence for posse loan losses ..........  2 9 J FROM " ............................................. i 1 Bank pren'uses, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premtses - 12 3 All other asse]s ........................... [4 TOTAL ASSETS .............................. 6  8 91 Oemad depO=ts of ,rider:duals. partnersh=ps.  and cpo,aus ............................. 1:7 2 5 I Time and savings deposits of ;ndwduals. partner-  q "1/, I, "1 sh*., and corporaons ..................... ____ Dedolts ot United States Government ................  ..... Deposits of States and political subdiwsOS ,n r--  m--l ,.e U,ed S,=es .......................... [ ,lo... depo=,s ....................... 1- ..... ;-V-1 c..,., and o.,c.,s cs ..................... [ 6.c) I Total Deports ............... [-----o a -- / Toted 0emand deposits ...................... --A Totel brae and savings deposits .......... __4,261 [ ...... Fedecal funds purchased and seCur,tes sold under agreements to repurchase | NONE / Interl-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to the U S Treasury and other Iabdities for borrowed money ........ J------ T.^..-z.2:z--- Mortgage indebtedness and heblity 1or captahzed leases Allomiallities .................. |  ,,, ; TOTAL LIABILITIES (exclung subordinated notes and debentures) ...............  Subornated notes and debentures . . . J =i ................................. , ..... NONE Common ock No. shares authorized 6 , 000 NO. shares outstanding 6 , 000 (par value) 7 5 Surplus ................... 150 " our blmt Ila-ln o"  Portal:14- Ii: Undivided profits and reserve for contmgenoes and other capital reserves . 270 i .,.=..p, ._i.- l I,=1 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL ..........................  ............................ Clill " "ll rllo) We take pride in our carpet lines, pride in our pricing, pride in the in- toTAL L,AB,L,T,ES A.O QO,T CAP,TAL stal/ations we have done for you and your neighbor, and now we take Amouo,s o,s,and,og as of re da,o:  .., ,,., Standby letters of credit, total  -' V pride in the super savings in this ad. T,mecerl,hcatesotdeposflmdenommationsot$1OO.OOOormore Other time deposRs m amounts ol $100.000 or more 172 Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending wdh repot1 date )die! Total depos,ts ........................... [ 6,445  I N VWe, theundergneddirectOcsaffNtthecorr--tneesofthi e I. 1-1.era U ldi 1,n ,  -- [ =tltement Of reaouroaa and lisbikties. We declare that it has ............ ,c N ORPO ATED " ief  tree arl comet  . ].//  ,, of the above-named bank do hereby deOare tl FREE DELIVERY ' Route 302, Lisbon Road, LInLETON e i Report of Condition is true and correct 603444.2033 -- " ' , i my know;dge and belief ' . ii