historical interior of bank
On January 7, 1915 the Oklahoma Banking Board approved a charter for The First State Bank in Villa, Oklahoma, which was never opened due to economic conditions. On June 23, 1915, H.F. Johnson acquired ownership of The First State Bank and applied to the Banking Board to move the Charter to Boise City. On July 27, 1915 the charter was amended. The charter was moved to Boise City and The First State Bank opened for business on August 6, 1915 with total assets of $19,301.88. The First State Bank of Boise City survived the perils of The Great Depression and the Dust Bowl days and continues to serve the financial needs of the community as a locally owned independent bank.
Our office is located at 20 SW Square, Boise City, Oklahoma where experienced and dedicated people are ready and willing to serve your financial needs.
Our mission is to meet the financial needs of the market we serve by providing community leadership and quality financial services. Our employees are involved in a variety of community organizations. Our financial services include competitive loan and deposit rates, bank by mail, and internet banking.