The Easton State Bank, Easton, Kansas
From: History of Leavenworth County, Kansas
BY: Jesse A. Hall and Leroy T. Hand
Historical Publishing Company
Topeka, Kansas 1921

The Easton State Bank, Easton, Kansas, was organized in August, 1902, with $5,000 capital. It had the following officers: William T. Hines, president; R. Mayer, vice president; F. M. Seward, cashier; John Nieman, Dr. W. A. Adams, Thomas J. Hennessey, Samuel Watson, Henry Holtmeyer and Samuel Hulett, directors. O. J. Potter became cashier of this bank January 1, 1906 and was in that position until October 1, 1920, when he accepted his present position as cashier of the State Savings Bank of Leavenworth, Kansas.

The present officers of the Easton State Bank are as follows: R. Mayer, president; W. T. Hines, vice president; R. W. Stafford, cashier; directors, C. W. Corson, T. J. Hennessey, Samuel Watson, Henry Holtmeyer, Dr. A. R. Adams and O. J. Potter.

The Easton State Bank started with a $5,000 capital, which has been increased to $30,000. Its deposits at the time of Mr. Potter's resignation were $250,000.


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