National Geographic : 1987 Jan
WE'RE GMNG BANKING A BETTER NAME. Nothing can change banking like better banks. That's what we had in mind when we put together the 1st Nationwide Network. Standing behind our name are conscientious local bankers who really stand for some thing: An advanced, systematic approach to banking that still preserves time-honored human virtues. Now the familiar helpful assistant manager will be even more helpful. After all, now he's got more to be helpful with: A 29 billion dollar Network linked to his neighborhood bank, the Home Financing Guide, inno vative IRAs, check cashing across the country, and not least of all, the luxury of time to talk things through. In other words, banking that's old and improved. With all this going for us, our good name has really gotten around. 1st Nationwide Network is an association of financial independents, with more members in more states than any other network of our kind in the nation? We think you'd enjoy the advantages of networking too. If you've been yearning for a banker who's on your side, now all you have to do is look for a sign. 1st Nationwide Network. We've changed banking. And it had to be for the better. 1ST NATIONWIDE NETWORKUIW The bankers that changed banking. California 1st Nationwide Bank Connecticut: The Bank of Hartford Delaware: Delaware Savings Florida: First Federal of Perry, 1st Nationwide Bank Georgia: First Federal of Columbus, Sentry Bank &Trust Hawaii: 1st Nationwide Bank Idaho: American Savings Illinois: Peoria Savings & Loan, Security Federal of Springfield Indiana: American Savings & Loan Iowa: Hawkeye Federal Savings Bank Kansas: Franklin Savings Louisiana: Capital-Union Savings, First Financial L.S .L .A . Maryland: First Shore Federal Massachusetts: Bay State Savings Bank, Mutual Bank, Warren Five Cents Savings Bank Michigan: D & N Savings Bank Minnesota: Metropolitan Federal Bank Missouri: St. Louis Federal Montana: First Federal Savings Bank ofMontana Nevada: Frontier Savings Association New Hampshire: First Northern Bank, Fortune Guaranty Savings Bank New Jersey: Fellowship Savings,The Provident Savings Bank New Mexico: New Mexico Federal New York: 1st Nationwide Bank North Dakota: Metropolitan Federal Bank Ohio: 1st Nationwide Bank,The First Savings & Loan Company Oklahoma: American Home Savings Pennsylvania: First American Savings South Carolina: First Bank of Rock Hill, Newberry Federal South Dakota: Metropolitan Federal Bank Tennessee: Athens Federal, Morristown Federal Texas: Continental Savings Utah: United Savings & Loan Washington: Mt Baker Bank *lst Nationwide Network is an organization of independent financial institutions offering general depository and lending services in association with a nationally promoted trademark.