Warsaw, Kentucky

Warsaw, Kentucky  

The Late Farmers State Bank
January 23, 1923 - January  23, 1980

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“Frankfort Ky., July 19. - Articles of Incorporation of the Farmers State Bank of Warsaw, Gallatin county, were approved here by Jams P. Lewis, State Banking commissioner.  The bank will have a capital stock of $25,000, and a surplus of $2,500.  The promoters are O. A. Bogardus, D. K. Bailey, and V. T. Craig.”
The Kentucky Times-Star
, July 19, 1922

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Warsaw, Kentucky

Farmers State Bank Interior, c. 1923
standing in front of the vault door; looking toward the front
That's George Henry, Mr. Hickey, and Harry Renyer

 

Warsaw, Kentucky

Farmers State Bank Interior, c. 1976
This is a test shot from the security camera.  Behind the counter, from the left, that's Barbara Kinman,
Bea Scott (for whom Bea Scott Drive in Warsaw is named), alarm technician Paul Haupt in the vault door, Francis Harris (in
front of the vault door) and Martha Beall with her back to the camera.  Customers are unknown.

 

Warsaw, Kentucky

Farmers State Bank
Employees and Directors
A key to the folks is here.

 

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Ohlen Stewart Vivian Stewart

Ohlen Stewart was a former cashier of the Union Bank of Glencoe for 24 years and
was at the Farmers State Bank in Warsaw bank for 14 years after that.
 He died on July 20, 1956.  Vivian Stewart was the subsequent Cashier of the Farmers State Bank in Warsaw.

 


Warsaw, Kentucky

Gallatin County Deposit Bank
The '37 flood just barely made it into the basement of this building.

 

Warsaw, Kentucky

Immediately in back of the Gallatin County Deposit Bank was a tennis court

 

Warsaw, Kentucky

The New Farmers State Bank Under Construction
The story of the grand opening, here.

 

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Various Warsaw Bank checks and logos

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“The final distribution of the funds of the Warsaw Building and Loan Association was made May 1st [1905], when the association was dissolved.  The earnings were 210 per cent.  Two houses were built and some money was saved by people who would have otherwise frittered their means away.” 
 from the Warsaw Independent, May 6, 1905

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