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Page 2B, April 25, 1953, BURNET BULLETIN Help sought in findingEx-students Plans are being finalized 1886: Kate Brooks. Wagoner. Lloyd Thomas, Wooten, Boyle Bird, Sylvia Dunahoo, Alvicia Esca- Carla Casteel. Greg Col- wards, Ginny Keith, Marci Steadman, for the Burnet Centennial 1890: Doyle Norton. Edsel Hudler, Chris Shil- Evans. milla. Becky Escamilla. lins, Johnny Coleman, Arthur Schilling. Joel Warden, All Class Reunion with 1892 Nettle Chester- ling, Eloise Wilkes, Ear- 1959: Buddy Lowe, Michael Even. Daryl Helen Foster, Tim Fox, 1977: Pete Herrera, Eugene Williams, much of the work now man. Villulah Spitler, leneTaylor, VivianWeeks, Dwain Manning, Jo Ann Hinds, Nola Kirik, Leigh Ricky Hall, J.D. Hayes, Richard Sanders, Joe Lewis Young. being put into finding the Annie Wilson s Bessie Vondane Wyatt. Helen Schroeder, Frankie Ste- Lupin, Jan Lynch, Linda Harry Heickman, 1303-A Trevino, David Tucker. - ' last of over 3,000 Burnet Woods. McGilvary, Geneva Over- Parsons Dr., Austin, Glen- 1978: ClayBos{ik,'ibtty ex's. 1893: Ena Allen, Eugenia Burton, Ray Tarrer. wart 1942: Helen Doris Tay- 1960: Ada Ruth" Schlo- cash, Clive Parker, Glenda da Hunziker, Rusty King, Bridges, Jaekie Diamond, 1979: Brian Coordinator Sally Pievan Moode. lor, June Rawlings, Louise mach, Don Holder. Joe Parker, Martha Pierce, Theresa Mallett, Rodney Lisa Dilbeck, Frances Ann Mary Calhoun Williams is sending out 1894: Maggie Fox, Kate Irvin, Jimmy Schooley, Steele, Inez Box Glasgow, Darlene Reed, Frank Mason, Judy Montgomery, Edwards, Timothy D. houn, Karen many invitations for one of Harrell, J.M. Taylor, Mau- Roy Whitted, Marie Gib- Elaine Bird Holbrook, Reyes, Janie Robles, Edna Richard Prescott, Louis Gatlin, Mark Gilbert, Alan aid Poster, Donald the biggest events of pin Timberlake, son, Dor3s Veasey, Naomi Kenneth Butch Smith, Joe Roberts. Kenneth Rick- Rogers, Jeff Sharp, Rachel E Kilburn, Loretta M. Cathy Burner's centennial cele- 1895: Flora Cates, Annie Ashabranner, Mildred Elgin Hedge, Bernice abey,Susan Spencer, Dale Sims, Diane Spencer, Dor- Latronica, Robt. H. Luck- Puckett, bration to be held June 10. Watson, James Cook, Car- Ricks, Moyelle Miller, Sorrell. Swope, Kenneth Thomp- othySwope, SherryTeague stager, Chas. K. McBryde, ques, Cindy 11 and 12. ter Dalton, Joel Garrett, Frederick Gibson, Edythe 1961: Pat Long, Joyce son, Jeannie Warden, Shipley, Robert Terrell, Roger Timothy McGilv- Sharp, Victor Hi She urges ex-students of Paul Stevens. Foster, Nanna Jo Smith, Smith, Phil Clark. David Vikki Warden, Debbie Grace Trahan, Don Wal- ray, Bonnie Montgomery, Janota, Chandra all the Burnet public 1896: May Bowdoin, Julius Shilling, Nancy Schroeter, E.W. Graves. Yoder. ker, Greg Williams, Kitty Kevin Mousetis, Jeff Rod- James Loftis, schools to bring souvenirs Emma Garrett. Burleson, Helen Schooley, 1962: Butch Fitzgerald, for display tables and for 1898: Mabray J. Norrell, Ewart Carney. Chas. Kroeger, Betty Mil- each class to prepare an C.C. Burns, Ealy J. Moses, 1943: Bill Lichtenhahn, ler, Billy Robinson, Donna entry in the parade. Jr. Mary .Moore, Verna L. Taylor Owen, Susan Comp- Many hours have been 1900: Mildred Timber- Nauman, Frances Parks, ton. Sandy Fancher. spent locating the names lake, Flora Johns. Neta Schraeder, Wesley 1963: Beulah Burton, Lee and addresses of all former 1902: Bettie Boyd Logan, Veazey, Corrine Wilkes, Roy D'Spain, Alicia Ever- students and teachers of Sallie Kate Logan, Ernest Laura Wolf, Ruth Woods. ett, Jackie Marx, Lyndon 1976: Sheri Borders, Williams. Robert Ed- en, John Mark Sims, Carol Muhle, Andy Fry. Depends on circumstances Burner. Williams is also Henslee, Frank Leffing- 1944: Clifton Biggs, Wm. Montgomery, Kerry Rus- encouraging public partii- well. L. Bill Dodson, Katherine sell, Win. Yancy, Jamies DRUG-SNIFFING DOGS decide whether the use of patton by contacting ex's 1907: Leora Rowney. Ferguson, Claudina Ford Husted, Jane Reavis, Cecil IN THE SCHOOLS the dogs was a search, and and telling them of the big 1908: Ellen Hildred Lo- Coffman. Jackie Joseph, Harned. To what extent' and if so, whether it was event, gan, Louise Elizabeth Mary Virginia Palmer, 1964: Virginia Warner. under what conditions can reasonable or unreason- Registration for the Rawlings, Clifton Dicken- Martha Palmer, BillieRay 1965: Ann Long, Sharon specially-trained dogs be able under the circum- reunion begins at noon son. Vernon Ramsower. Ricks Franke,Fabion Knies, Susan Parker, Sue used in the public schools stances. Friday, June 10. in the 1909: Jas. Frederick Schooley, W.J. Stephenson, Burton, Susan Humphreys, for the purpose of discover- A search of earlier cases Burnet County Fair Barn. Rodgers. Geneva Thomas, Donald Sharon Knies, Susan Par- ing drugs and other revealed that varying Drug dogs may be legal Your Legal Rights By Paul Taparauskas County Attorney Display items will be set up 1910: Ruby Harrison, Weeks, Edna Williams, ker, Gall Day Pearson, contraband? conclusions had been The Court noted that the for a further in the Fair Barn and Violet Harrison, Bessie Ruth Withers Thomas, Jim Bobble McDavid Ratliff, Facts:The Goose Creek reached on both questions special conditions prevail- the dogs had been football films from days Lenora McFarland. Sam- Wood, Bill Zimmerman. Vernon Richardson, Linda Independent School Dis- in similar cases. The 10th ing in the schools gave be at least gone by will be shown uel Isaac Lewis. 1945: Opal Adams, Lil- Cowan Sessom, Kathy trictestablished a policy in Circuit Court had held that administrators and teach- reliable." during the afternoon. 1911: Ica Carrie Cox. lian B. Cook, Richard Parker Thomas, Terry its junior and senior high use of the dogs to inspect ers "broad supervisory Since no Beginning at 7:30 p.m. FlorenceG. Kinkead Wal- Kerry Hevenor. Lavada Yoakum. Robert Nichol- schools where specially- school lockerswas, indeed, and disciplinary powers." been taken by Fridoy, there will be lace, Agnes Roseburd Louise Kirksey, Gay Mar- son. Eugene Davis, Sandra trained dogs provided by a a search, but that it was What might not be allowed court on this a 1950's sock hop. No Paulson, Estella Ram- let. Harold Norvell, Guth- Rau. private security agency not unreasonable, in the context of society at case had to be admission will be charged sower, Scott Edman. rie O'Donnell. Mary Lu- 1966: Harry Garner, were employed to search The 7th Circuit Court, in large might be permissible (sent back) for and $50 cash will be 1913: Roberta Eugenia cilleRushing, Mary Smith, Mary Kern, Cindy Kroe- for substances violating a case where dogs were in the schools, where hearing. The awarded to the best-dres- Baker, Ivy Lee Ramsower, Mary Evelyn Wagner, ger, Geral Greer, Cathy the school's rules, used to conduct personal authorities have a right to decision sed 1950's man and woman. Morris Hamon Breazeale, R.G. Wood, Jr. Zoeller. Nina Jones, Linda The dogs used were searches of the students take action to protect the dogs to conduct Events on Saturday, Win. Bryan Logan, Harry 1946: Beryl Breazeale Pafford, Kathy Wright, capable of sniffing out held that there was no children in their charge car searches was June 11, begin at 9 a.m. on B Moses. Oltman, Harold Matern. Margaret Schroeder. alcohol, illicit drugs and a search involved, and that from the dangers of aleohol while that the courthouse lawn with 1920: Minnie Hobbs. Alton Weeks, Patsy Veazey Gwen Sheiburn, Glen Le- total of some 60 substan- there was, therefore, no and drugs, decision coffee and donuts for all 1921: Helen Duggan, Ada Ellis. wis. Lenita Pafford. Eliza- ces. including both possible constitutional The Court drew a line, of the ex-students, compliments Jackson, Alta Jackson. 1947: Horace Ashabran- beth Rhoden, John Land- over-the-counter and pre- infringement, howe%,er, between using personal of the First Bank of Clara (Shirley) Bullock. ner, Laura Jean Parker, troop, Billie Dickinson, scription drugs. They were Other Courts had found the dogs for searching reversed. Burnet. 1922: Nell (Fry) Robin- Dr. Neville Clarke, Rich- Sharon Cox, Robt. Dale used for the purpose of there to be illegal searches lockers and cars and using Based on a 1981d The parade kicks off at son, Cordie Maxwell, ard Clark. Earl Clenden- Payne, Buck Daricek, finding contraband in when the dogs were used them to sniff the personsof by the United 10a.m. Activities following Maude (Cole) York. Iva hen, Guy Daughert_y, Billy Pam Bowers, JimmyShep- student lockers and cars, for inspecting lockers and of Appeals. the parade will be announ- Jackson, Olive D. McLean. Foulds. Dorman razier, perd, Karen Wooten, Gary and they were also taken automobiles as well as the ced by the Retail Trade 1924: Lynn Jackson, Ida Mildred Hahn, Johnnie Eden, oEdwin Meador, into the classrooms to persons of the students, individual students. It said Goose Creek Committee of the Burnet McGehee, Jewel Hender- Mac Irby, Wilma Dean Adelaide Escamilla, Rose ferret out illegal sub- The 5th Circuit Court the use of the dogs to sniff School District Chamber of Commerce. son, Susie Ellet Marrs, Logan, Patsy Ruth Marif- Long, Eddie Shackelford, stances on the students said the most important lockers and automobiles 471 (5th Cir.- At 2 p.m. Saturday, all Eula McGehee, Byron ka, Nelma Mills, Maudie obt. Bordovsky, Patty themselves, question to be answered involved only a limited classes will assemble at Shipp, Clarence Hahn, Rushing, Leroy Smith, Hall, Dorothy Sanders. Robert Horton had two was whether use of the intrusion into the privacy If you have the Jndustrial Park and Rachel Hahn. Patsy Stark, Wilma Step- John Jordan, DeWayne children in the Goose dogs invaded an area of the students, which was problem, barbecue, for $3 a plate, 1925: Carrie Ellett Me- henson, Bueron Taylor, Tipple. Creek schools. Horton's where the students, justifi- justifiable under the family attorney, wilbe served at 5:30 p.m. Daniel, Thelma McFar- Stillman Taylor, Roy 1967: Jimmy Brown, son, Robby, and another ably, had "reasonable circumstances. State Bar of Texa| The class review, with land Evelyne Renick Wear, Marcus Williams, David Brunson. Steve student,Sandra Sanchez, expectations of privacy." Using the dogs to sniff Referral Service ' " individual students was toll-free numlr: awards and memorial, will Floyd C. Jackson. Winfred Wood. Ruby Faye Gardner, Larry Gillespie, were searched by school The Court said that, while held bythe Court to be on a =-MN. begin at 7 p.m. at the park. 1926: Allie Cummings, Wilkinson. Johnny Brandon, Richard authorities after the dogs it had been argued one different footing. The use Saturday evening's acti- Fannie Cummings, Will 1948: Frances Maher, Culp, Karen Lewis, Roger alerted their handlers to does not have a right to of the dogs for such a - BMrnot vities will be optional, Allen Farts, Margaret Doris Kenan, LaVerne Lloyd, Tim Pelfrey, John- the possible presence of expect privacy "in the air purpose was held to either further visitation at Fisher. Athleen Frazier, Ellebract, Greta Under- ny Lowe, Cindy McFar- illegal substances on the around him,"thequestions involve a significant Soho0| the park or a country and Howard Fry, Julia Guth- wood, Field Pogue, Pat land. Bill Sawyer, Tommy two students, involved here 6ou'll notbe invasion of a student's western dance at the Fair tie, Bessie May Hum- Wilhoit, Eddie Witcher, Tate, Richard Taylor, A search conducted of answered so easily, right to expect privacy, Menu Barn for $3 per person, phrey. Richard Clark. ,:  Janis Tipple, Sharon Lynn Sandra's purse, without Dogs can be used to and it subjected a student On Sundayat noon, bring 1927: Lottie Amelia El- 1949: Voye Davis, Jim- Williams. her permission, produciMa detect odors well outside to a certain amount of Monday, May your own box lunch or kins, Glendine Guthrie my Olney, Gene Smyth, 1968: Glenda Brown, small vial of perfumas the perception of the indignity. Where there was hetti/ Meat Ian's Catering will be Robinson, A.H. Hahn. Jr.. Joyce Stockmani  Gayla Walter Crow, Eddie Dick- the only possible source for unaided human senses and no reason to focus on a Salad, Sliced available with barbecue Mabel Muriel Jackson, Shelburn. inson. Jack Evans, Pam the dog's interest. After a the use of the dogs for such particular student as an Garlic Bread fo $3.50 per llate. Gospel Ernest Warden, Jewel 1950: John Ferguson. Free, Albino Garcia, Joe dog alerted its handler to a purpose is ex'traordinary object of suspicion, the Tuesday, May silging begins at 1:30 p.m., Smith. 1951: Bobby Germany, Garcia, Kay Johnson, the Horton boy, he was enough that one would not Court held that it was ken Fried Steak featuring Dale McBride 1928: Jewel Dodd. Elsie Glendon Bibles, Margaret Krista Keele, Linda Few- made to empty his pockets take it as a normally- impermissible to use the Gravy, Whipped _ and our own Lonnie Jones Warden. Clark. Laura Clark. David ler, Dwight Tipple, Sandy and take off his socks, but expected part of life in our dogs to conduct a personal Green Beans, (class of 1969) of Nashville, 1929: Vane Wilks. Sylvia Noble, Houston Dale White. the search produced no society. Because of the search. Honey and Milk. Tenn. Gibbs, Lennon Williamson, Smith. J.T. Maxwell. Bob- 1969: JackBradfield, Pat contraband, nature of the intrusion The Court went on to say Wednesday, At 3:30 p.m., there will Beatrice Foster. Mildred by Ray Burton, Barry Detlessen, Thereafter, Horton involved, the Court held that there was a remaining Chicken with be a ladies slow pitch Spradling, Leman Kuyken- 1952: Zelda Campbell, MartyGrischowsky, Deb- brought a suit in the name that use of the dogs did, question involving whether Green Peas, sftball game with coaches dall. Shirley / Masey, Joe Brink, bie Johnson, Mike John- of his own children, in the indeed, involve a search, the suspicion created by an Salad, Biscuits ; Jamye Roach Wilson and 1932: Darby Hammond, Jerry Newman, Bobby son, Jim Milam, Elaine name of the Sanchez child, This did not, however, alert by a dog to possible Thursday, May Ether Spiekermann War- Condrey, Jas. Hoover, Reed, Mike Reeves, Patty and in the name of all mean that use of the dogs contraband was sufficient burger, Lettuce/ • d4m. erry Petrick of Terry's P hbtography will be avail- ale both Friday and S[urday for class pic-  terries , Registration chair- Davis, T.C Coleman. Wilford Garth McMahan, Morris Fry, Gene Ger- Hugh Johnston. Herbert Reeves, Eddie Williams, others similarly situated, was illegal under all to serve as justification for Sliced Pickle, many, Sam Orand, Jr., Maxwell, Jimmy Taylor, Patti Whitley, Monnie seeking to have the use of circumstances. Still to be a more intensive search of Ice Cream Ruth Denton. Doris Mc- Jimmy Ulbricht. Rhoads, Donald Burns, the dogs declared unconsti- answered was whether the a student or his property, Friday, May Farland, Laura Jones, 1953: Eva Adklns, Ann Linda Cox, Chris Houy, tutional, search conducted by the The Court held that an cue on Bun, Helen Schnabel, Foy Bryan, Joyce Duke, Zelma Cheryl Petrick, Barbara The federaldistrict court dogs was "reasonable" alert by one of the dogs Baked Beans, Mac Ellis. Jane Glimp, Shelburn, Vickie Bills. whichoriginally heard the under the cwcumstances, could ordy furnish grounds and Ik. peson is Doris Pogue 1934: Sammie Harrell, LaNell Huggins. Elsie O:Donnell and Parade Jo Hill, Billy Mullins, Kolb. Grace Rushing, Chairman is Buddy Field. Georgia Lee Schooley, Haskell Dunn, Frank Field can be contacted at Dick (Wimpy) Zimmer- Hines, DelmerHyman, Bill (512} 756-8154, man, Selma Moore Masey, Sonny Mason. Display co-chairpersons Birdwell. Jerry McAllister, Weldon 1970: Bill Barnes (BB). action found that the Heather Feddersen, Marie practices of using the dogs Foster, Eddie Gage, Clif- both for locker and car ford Griffin, Bruce Hart, searches, as well as for Roy Maddux, Darnell personal searches of the Mills, John Penner BBR, students violated no consti- are Beverly Young Field, 1935: Nelson Hallmark. Snodgrass, Jimmie Ste- Bill Pierce, Tony Reeves, tutional prohibitions. (512) 756-6586 and Carroll 1936: elite Ruth Frazier, vens, Ah'ed Wood. Sally Warwick Sylvester, Horton appealed that ch Heckman, (512) Ophelia Gertrude Hall- 1954: Robt. L. Holman, Carolyn Wills, Williams ruling to the US 5th Circuit 7T2181. mark. Dorothy Lee Har- Beverly Ann Rankin,. Wilson, Bruce Henson, Court of Appeals. Mrs. Williams can be rell, Edna Lois Holland, 1955: Bill Clark. Linda Shepperd Bostic. Questions: Does use of tacted at (512) 756-8814, Ruby Howard, Helen Eliz- 1956: Billy Pendley. 1971: Mike Ash (BBR), specially-trained dogs to Sally Plevan abeth Johnson, Robt. A. 1957: Jimmy Everett, James Branon, Glenda find illegal substances in Box 861, Johnson, Wanda Maxwell. Roger Gandy, Joel Knox, Dietering Ellett, Ricky lockers, cars, and on the Burnet, 78611. Edith Hazel Schooley. Sue .Lavoi, Butch Ham- Rushing, Catherine Smith persons of students consti- The following is a list of 1938: Ferdinand Adolph mete/. Dayton, Guy Sons, Tonya tute a "search?" If so. is persons whom reunion Zielke. 1958: Jerry Meador, Stafford. such a search permissible ° coordinators have been 1939: Talmadge Ivy, Mildred Riley, Erlene 1972: Donald & Virginia under the law? unable to find to tell them Clara Melre Smith. Hardy Shelburn. Sandy Phillips Bird, Clay Farr, Sue Ann Outcome: The Appeals of the centennial celebra- Smith, Norman Zielke. Clendennen. Norvell Clark, Weatherly, Jimmy Walton, Court began by noting that tion. Anyone -with know- 1941: Dr. Henry Jaekne. Martha Russworn, Fran- W.J. Robinson, Peggy the 4th Amendment ledge of these ex-students Bubba Dickens. Gunn ces Wooten, Chas Bullard. Strong. outlaws "unreasonable are urged to contact 1975: Robert Boswell, searches and seizures," " i Tucker. Johnny Rushing, Mary Lucille Hall, 'Neva • Wall ares. Francis McClary, Aileen Nell Gibson, Wands Doug Coulthart, Cindy which meant it first had to Too Late To Classify WSTERN SYLE sofa, FOR SALE--2 and 3 inch BID NOTICE Commissioner Precinct 4, Offering all nationally R)cker, Coffee Table set, worms $6.50 per thousand. Sealed bids are being John Mead. Days, 693-2912. known brands such as r Call 756-2767. 9-5. 2T 4-28.5-5 accepted in the office of the Evenings, 693-2490. Jordache, Chic, Lee, Levi, 6, 756-4896. IT-4/ 28, 5/ 5. County Auditor. 220 South EthelBeal Benedict Vanderbilt, Calvin Klein. Pierce. Burnet. Texas, County Auditor Wrangler', over 200 other A SPECIAL Mother's Day 78611. on the following 2T- 4-28, 5-5. brands. $7.900 to $24,500 Gift: The Skin Renewal specifications. Bid opening includes beginning inven- Plan from Merle Norman May we take this will beon Monday, May 9, POSITION WANTED: tory, airfare for one to Cosmetics. 503 E. Lamon. opportunity to say 1983. at 10:00 a.m. in FULL CHARGE BOOK- Fashion Center, training, Burnet. "THANKS" for a great Commissioners court. KEEPER, ACCOUN- fixtures, grand opening  tribute you have shown our Specifications: One (1) TANT. OFFICE MANA- promotions. Call Mr. MOTHER'S SHARE family the last few days in all-metal building, 40' X 60' GER. Experienced. Quail- Loughlin at (612) 888-6555. We'd like to share too. particular. X 14' high. Batt-type fled. Through Financial 1T-4-28 DoOr Prizes each day, May Special thanks to Dr. insulation. Two (2) 12 X 12 Statement preparation, 2q at Merle Norman Peggy Newman, Dr. Jere ft. rolling doors front and Payroll, Tax Reports, Re- HELP--MUST SELL Sev- COsmetics. 503 E. Lamon, Robison, Shepperd Hospi- one (1)12 X 12 ft door rear. conciliations, etc. 512/ 693- erai large all steel metal BurneL tal personnel, EMS, Rev. Two (2) walk-in doors and 4039. buildings. Save money now Dick Waters, Bill Wilcox. two (2) sets of 3 X 4 ft. IT-4-28 on volume discounts. Call FOR SALE--1982 Ford and everyone who sent windows. Two (2) 3.0-6.8 toll free 800-772-5909 pickup, short narrow bed, food, flowers, cards, con- steel doors. SLAB SPECI- Card of Thanks: We wish today. I mileage, all extras, tributions to various organ- FICATIONS: 6-lucia con- to thank all our many 3T5-12 Carl after six. 793-2614. izations, and those who crete 4-1/ 2 sack with poz. friends who remembered offered prayers and so 6 X 6 X 6-gauge reinforce- us.in any way, with cards, $100 Per Week Part Time FJR SALE--Three-bed- many kind words, ment wire and 1/ 2-inch telephone calls, visits and at Home. Webster, Ameri- room, in town. $5,000 down and assume. Large fenced ya/'d, for sale by owner, $33,700, 756-8504. Garage sale at 502 North Wood. Friday and Satur- day. 1T-4/ 28 We love each of you. reinforcement bar in flowers, while Hood was a ca's favorite dictionary Arlee Barton beams and chain wall. patient in the hospital, company needs home Pat & George Schilling OPTIONAL BID: Attach Hood and Linnis Daniel workers to update local Carla. Sandy, Cindy Schil- extra 40 X 60-ft. open shed. lt- 4-28 mailing lists. Easy work. ing Fi,ished two sides. Mourn Can be done while watch- The HermanBartons ted on concrete piers or ing TV. All ages, experi- The Charles Bartons chain wall. Ownyourown Jean-Sports- ence unnecessary. Call Wilnora Arnold & Family FOR ADDITIONAL IN- wear Infant-Preteen or 1-716-842-6000, Ext. 8272. IT- 4-28. FORMATION CALL: Ladies Apparel Store. 2T 5-5 CONSOUDATED mORT OF colmmrn@N (Including Domestic $ublMiadel) LEGAL TITLE OF SANK Farmers State Bank CITY ICOLINTY STATE Bertram j Blzrnet , --[ exas STATE BANK NO FEDERAL RE,ERVE DIST. NO. [CLOE OF SUIINESS {)ATE 1138 ii  March 51, 198 ASSETS i Cash and due from banks ............................................................ 2 Due from other deposdoriea anO all CaSh Iteme in the p,oesa tl CuIN,tiOn .......................... 3 U S Treasury securities ...................................................................... 4 Obligations el other U.S Government agencies and corporetlons ................................... 50bhgat=ons of States and political subdivisions in the United Stetee ................................. 6 All other secu˘itles ........................................................................... 7 Federal funds sold and socunttes Dutchased unOtrJg,(l[ments to r(HNIII ............................. 8 Tola loans [including overdrafls totaling $_ t CJ2 jo.)62 (From S˘IKIule A, Itn 8) ................. 9 Lease f,nancing receivables ................................................................. 10 Bank premises, fueniture and fixtures, and Other eets repr˘Nntlng lmk prem ................... 11 Real estate owned other thn bank premlses ................................................ 12 Letters ot credit and customers' liability on acceptenres outetending .......................... , ..... 13 Atl other assets 14 TOTAL ASSETS tsum of items t thru 13) ....................................................... LIABILITIES 15 Demand eposlts O| individuals, partnerships, and COrporations ........ t6 Time and savings deposits Ot Individuals. parterbhtpe, an(corpofitioe ........................ 17 Deposits el United States Government 18 Deposits of States an DOhtlcal SUbdiviSiOnS in the United States ................... a DSpoeds Ot the Stats of Texas ................. 19 Due tO banks ................................................................... 20 All oner aeosits ........................................................... 2t Cert,hed and ofhcers' checks 22 Totat Oepos,ts Isum ol ,tems 15 thru 211 ....................................... a Tfal dema.d depos,ts ............................... :... ; ............. b Total lime and say ngs deposits .............................................. 23 Federa! funds purchased and Securities sold unOe˘ agreements to repurchele .................. --- 24 nterast.bearmg demand notes Issued Io the U.S. Treasury enJ Ofher bah,hires for borrowed money ............................................... 25 Morfgage ,ndebtedness for which the benk ts directly liable .................................. 26 Unearned chscount on toens .............................................................. 27 Letlers of credit and acceptances outetandlng ............................................... . 28 All other hablhUes . . . 29 TOTAL LIABILITIES lexcluding subordinated notes and debenlures) {.um of Items 22 thrum) .......... . 30 Subordmatea notes anO debentures .................................................. . ........ - 31 Aowance lot possible loan an investment losses ............................................... EOUITY CAPITAL 32 Common stock IND. of shares outstanding .Q0 _ | 33 Certihed surplus ...................................................................... 34. Und,wded profits .......................................................................... 35 Uncert,fied surplus, reserve for contingencies, and Other capital relNIrve$ ......................... 36 TOTAL EOUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 32 thru 35) .. 37. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL NOTE Thtl mDott mst be mgnl bl t, the u(lltt S'(KI Dirt€It dO Itl'lYO y OII;IMI Ittll tltl! RI at P.r4t ll it P,˘ h/lr 11"4 suct,• or ann s te to the ! Ot my knOwlea ima bel. SIGNATURE OF OFFICER AUTHORIZEO TO SIGN REPORT [AREA ('I40NE NO, Ami˘ Dell Taylor J 512-55-121 April ]4, ME AND TffLE OF OFFICER AUTHORIZED TO SIGN REPORT Aie Dell T..ylor C's!liel" [ ˘litkO (tnrhtl˘1 the eul@tln arh amlml i #1  to the t el o' SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR Jr:f D. /off:,uir ?hom:m B. 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