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.Friday, September 16, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR in Breckenridge with their sister and by all. Refreshments befitting the brother, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Diamond. A tacky party given by the Young . Judeans at Hebrew Institute Wed nesday (September 7, 1921, honoring Miss Evelyn Goldman of Austin, Texas. A prize for the tackiest cos tume was awarded to Ida Lipshitz. Games and dancing were indulged in party were enjoyed by everyone. J. A. C NEWS By Pep. The J. A. & ball team defeated the F. H. H. Club of Dallas at "Y" Park Sunday by the score of 16 to 6. The feature of the game was the hitting of Fink and the pitching of Brown. Most of the Dallas runs were caused by the wildness of Brown. The Fort Worth runs were caused by errors and timely hitting. The two teams have met in two games and each team has taken one. The third and deciding game will be played in Dallas. This EC STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF TEXAS STATE BANK OF FORT WORTH, TEXAS As made to the Commissioner of Insurance and Banking at Austin, Texas, at the close of Business Sept. 6, 1921. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts ,3,m 7X U. S. Bonds and Other Securities 7 onn'nn Federal International Banking Company (Stock) 37500000 Banking House inn'i 1149 Furniture and Fixtures : - mtm' fifl Interest in Depositors Guaranty Fund 4R7B92 Assessment for Depositor's Guaranty Fund , rfX,, X Cash, Sight Exchange, and Demand Loans $5,605,761.24 r , ; . LIABILITIES Capital Stock 911 sum 42 Surplus and Undivided Profits 109 07450 Rediscounts - 40o"ooo'o0 Bills Payable - 4.612.820.32 Deposits ........ .............. , ' $5,665,761.24 pipit A I $300,000.00 surplus $235,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS WBLBSs7muWeU,ASvfvTi President Cashier A L Baker Ac ive ce President C. C. Johnson. Assistant Cashier T Stf llman Vic Indent L B- Wrd Assistant Cashier. A. J. VtolfJ! Sidney L. Samuels. Attorney at Law. GUARANTY FUND BANK Report of the Condition of THE FORT WORTH NATIONAL BANK FORT WORTH, TEXAS Made to the Comptroller of Currency at the Close of Business. Svptember 6, 1921. RESOURCES $ 8.076.408.06 Loans and Discounts , fi7 Overdrafts " 746tl32oo Liberty Bonds finnonooo United States Bonds to Secure Circulation - :: gWOOOOO Other Bonds 4!ooo!o0 Stock Federal Reserve ,Q. M Stock Federal International Banking Company Vc M War Savings and Thrift Sumps - 2,33500 Revenue Stamps - 300.000.00 Banking House 50.000.00 Furniture and Fixtures 30 00000 Five Per Cent Redemption Fund 2 699i866.39 Due from Other Banks fil9S. Due from Federal Reserve Bank Items in Transit - ,M 04976 Cash and Reserve Fund Federal Reserve Bank i,m.ih.mo , $15,758,999.52 Total LIABILITIES , . m . $ 600,000.00 Capital Stock 1,666,646.19 Surplus and Profits 22 809.50 Reserved for Taxes 676.100.00 Circulation ,8000 Dividends Unpaid .... "" ,37joo.OO United States Bonds Borrowed "rr. . $10,351,657.73 ; dui1 i.w.u Sntd suuVVe-nV:::::::: ToUl - $15,758.99952 Page Five game will decide the championship of the two cities. Y. M. II. A. Meeting. There will be a meeting at the He brew Institute Sunday, Sept. 11, at 3:00 p. m. to discuss the matter of recognizing the Y .M. II. A. All young men who would be interested are ask ed to attend, whether or not they were previously members. No money will be collected or asked. This meeting is for the purpose of determining whether it would be practical to go on with Y. M. H. A. work in Fort Worth. ABE BRACHMAN, Treasurer. O. T. Club Note. A regular meeting of the club was held it the Hebrew Institute Wed nesday night with every member at tending. The club wishes to state that as soon as we organize our bask;t ball team and also volley ball team we will issue a challenge to he two other Jewish clubs in the city. We have some very fine basketball and volley ball material. A few of the members played on the former Y. M. H. A. teams of a few years ago. So be pre pared for our challenge. The F. O. P. initiation drill team pulled off the initiation work at the meeting and we are sure that the members that were the victims did not have an easy time of it. They cer tainly gave it to us good and strong, plenty of everything. Mr. Sidney Lev enson was the hero of the occasion. He took it like a man and when they were through he asked for more. The O. T. Club have voted to be 100 per cent strong in joining the new Y. M. H. A. whenever the organ izers want us to come in. We have the cream of the Jewish boys in our club and you can be sure of a fine bunch of senior members. Any time you want us to come in just holler and we will come in a body and be glad of the chance. A good many F. O. P. club mem bers attended our meeting and from the remarks about us we art sure that we made a good impression upon them. Our meetings are conducted in an orderly manner. The president conducted himself as a president should .Everyone follows his exarjle and without any bragging or getting conceited I can say that we have a club that is an honor to the Jewish people of Fort Worth. Though we have not our quota yet, the club voted that our books shall b closed. We will therefore not take In any new members. Fellows that have their applications in already will have to wait their turn. When our books are open again for membership there will be tome fight and hard work to get in. The club is doing its utmost best to help as much as they i-fn to pull the big F. O. P. Dance over. As there It not a rolling stone in our entire club you can be sure that instead of roll ing down the hill wo are going to climb up the hill and try and make their dance a big success.