THE NEW AND THE OLD - BURRVILLE POST OFFICE

The New Burrville Post Office Building was erected by Postmaster, Clovis Cooper and is located between the Chasteen Store Building and Mrs. Emma Greer's Home.  The building that housed the Burrville Postice for 25 years is across the street from the new one
 
OAKDALE POST OFFICE
Scanned from an old post card
This building formerly served as  OAKDALE BANK & TRUST which was chartered  Oct. 21, 1911 and the following names were listed as the constituting body:  J.C. Alley, W.Y. Boswell, D.P. Goans, J.E. Patching, W.J. Johnston, B.S. Smith and J. S. Goldston.
Oakdale Bank & Trust failed about 1926.  After   the Oakdale Bank failed, 
DEPOSITOR'S STATE BANK was then chartered Nov. 15, 1930 according to
the charter of incorporation recorded in Deed Book Y-3, page 129.  The constituting body was composed of the following people:  J.M. Hickman, Albert Goldston, W.L. Heardrick, W.T. Langley, Otto Leopper, Albert Goldston, J.C. Crose, C.E. Gillespie. C.E. Long, D.E. Reynolds and A.J. Reynolds.  This bank closed possibly in the 1940's.
(Some of this information  found in the Morgan County News, dated, 2/24/1985.)

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