In 1929, stockholders purchased The First National Bank of Quinton and Kinta State Bank, consolidating assets under the state charter of Farmers State Bank. Soon after, bank offices were moved across the street to the building formerly occupied by The First National Bank. The old bank building was torn down in 1980 after new facilities were constructed, where banking services continue today.
Our second branch was built in 1996 in Whitefield to better serve our Haskell County residents. As branching laws changed, in 2000, we moved this branch service into a new facility in Stigler just east of downtown on highway 9; the easily recognized red barn.
Our newest branch in Eufaula was completed in March of 2019. This location allows us the opportunity to serve McIntosh county. This branch location is unique and unlike any of our other 3 branches, as it doesn’t have a “traditional drive-thru window.” We have drive-thru ITMs (Interactive Teller Machines). These ITMs allow us to offer banking services quickly and efficiently. You can even do most banking transactions after hours, at your convenience.