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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 16, 1952
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MO«MWBT AMANSAS TIMK, 1WJ Methodist Conference Appointments Are Announced To get the service your Ford Tractor deserves ...DEPEND ON We «* equipped, stocked and minned to service ;our Ford Tractor-so you can get all the extras of its inbuilt satisfaction and long life. Yon can depend on us to help you set top Ford Tractor performance for all-out production. A« your authorized Ford Tractor dealer, we see "down the road", past the emergency, to years ahead when we'll continue to want and need your business. That's an important reason why we aim to be your "Partner in Production"- - ready to go the limit to help you meet the challenge to produce more, and cut costs, despite help scarcity. fti- We also want you to know that we are supplying new Ford Tractors and Dearborn Implements to customers as fast as they become available. And we often have good buys in good used equipment. HAILEY SALES COMPANY Highway 71 North Phone 1689 Blytheville, Ark.-(#VThe North A r k a n s a s Conference of the Methodist Church named two new district superintendents, made 220 pastoral appointments and R host of other assignments at the close of its five-day meeting yesterday. The Rev. C. M. Reeves, superintendent for three years of the Conway district, was named vice president of Hendrix College at Conway. The Rev. Robert E. L. Bearden was appointed Conway district superintendent to succeed Mr. Reeves. Mr. Bearden was pastor of Goddard Methodist Church at Fort Smith, where he will be succeeded by the Rev. Alfred A. Knox formerly at West Memphis. The Rev. R. E. Connell was moved from the First Methodist Church at Paragould to become superintendent of the Balesvillc district. The Rev. S. B. Wilford, former Batesville district superintendent, becomes pastor at Paragould. Other appointments and assignments include: Special appointments: Edward T. Wayland, editor, Arkansas Methodist Elmer H. Hook, superintendent, Western Methodist Assembly; J. Albert Gatlin, secretary, Town and Country Commission; Ira A. Brumley executive secretary, Board of Education; Bates Sturdy, chaplain, State Sanatorium, Baoneville; J. Rudolph Woodruff, chaplain, attached to Central, Fayetteville Quarterly Conference; Archie N. Boyd, attached to First Church, Fort Smith Quarterly Conference; Ray D. Seals, chaplain, attached to Central, Fayetteville Quarterly Conference; Leroy Henry, chaplain, attached to Quarterly Conference, First Methodist Church, Jonesboro; Lyman T. Barger, chaplain, attached to Quarterly Conference First M e t h o d i s t Church at .Toneshoro; Dr. C. M. Rpves, vice president, Hendrix College; George I,. McGhey, sabbatical leave. Left without appointment to attend Pe.rkins School of Theology, SMU: Charles Casteel, Winslow Brown, Allen Eugene Hilliard, Walter C. Johnson, Morris Sleele, Claudie McLead, Earl Hughes, Gerald II am met t, George Wayne Martin, Robert B. Howerton, James T. demons, William P. Connell, Worth W. Gibson, John S. Workman, Paul Dean Davis. James Seal, Bill Walker. Fred Mooring, Frank Jones, Harvey Hazclwood, Leo Fong, and Calvin Roetzel. Albert W. Martin, Jr., Union Theological Seminary. Raymond Krutz, Garrett Biblical Institute. John Manny, Vanderbilt University. With a n n u i t y claim on institution or board concerned: James Seehorn Seneker, professor, Perkins School of Theology; A. W. Martin, professor, Perkins School of Theology; Glenn F. Sanford, secretary, Town and Country Work General Board of Missions and Church Extension; James S. Upton, professor of religion, Hendrix College; V. Earle Copes, pro| fessor. Hendrix College. : Without a n n u i t y claim on this conference: E. J. Reaves, approved ;evangelist; Brady Cnok. approved j evangelist; James W. Workman, i chaplain. Veterans Administration; I Gilbert F. Hyde, chaplain, attach- 'eri to First Church, North Little Rock Quarterly Conference; Harry King, dean of Arkansas College. Fayetteville District: District superintendent, W. F. Cooley. ' Alpena-Omaha, E. W. Faukner. Avoca Circuit, To be supplied. Bentonvillc, Hubert E. Pierce; | Bcntnnville Circuit W. O. Mutton. | Bcrryville, Edwin B. Dodson. I Bright water Memorial, Fern | Cook. j Center-ton. Charles Wages. Decatur. J. .Hillman By ram. Elm Springs-Harmon, Woodrow Woods. Eureka Springs, Charles W. Lewis. Farmington Circuit. A. L. Riggs. Fayetteville. Central, D. L. Dykes, Jr., Jack S. Winegeart, associate. Fayetteville, Wiggins Memorial, Arnold Simpson. Gentry, O. L. Cole. Goslien, O. R. Findley. Gravettc, C. H. Hamson. Green Forest, Samuel P. Auslam. Lincoln, Thomas R. Whiddon. Madison County No. 1, Luther K. Wilson. Madison County No. 2, John Elkins. Morrow-Evansville, To be supplied. Pea Ridge, George J. Kleeb. Prairie Grove, S. O. Patty. Rogers, Vernon E. Chalfant. Siloam Springs, Allen D. Stewart. Springdale, First, H. M. Lewis. Springdale, Wesley, James W. Workman, Jr. Springtown-Highfill, Robert L. Ritter. Sulphur Springs, Worth W. Gibson. VineyGrovcCircuit.Tobes- 11 p Viney Grove Circuit, To be sup! plied. i Winslow, To be supplied. Deaconess, Miss Betty Letzig. District director of Arkansas Methodist, S. O. Patty. District director of evangelism, Edwin B. Dodson. District director of Golden i Cross, A. L. Riggs. j District missionary secret a ry. I Vernon Chalfant. [ District commissioner Arkansas j Methodist Children's Home, Dr. I Will H. Mock. Woman Dies After Needs Repairing AMVETS Elect Officers At Slate Session 49th Fifihlcr-Boinber Wins, Ka rca, . . S/'SKt. Kenneth R. Collins, of Fayetteville, Ark., a crew-chief j with the 49th Fighter-Bomber Wing, inspects the fink-damaged wing of his aircraft. The Thunder- jet was hit during a low-level | bombing attack intn North Korea, and it was Collins' responsibility to supervise t h e repair job. His [ organization has registered more than ,15,000 combat sorties ?ince the beginning nf hostilities in Korea. Sergeant Collins is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Collins, Route 2, Fayetteville. / for- al) d woodwork *** J fHt( · /ItthfS flfl" *"* fl*TM i colors stay bright, wh stays Suffering Bite By Pet Dog BontonvilIe-(Special)-A laboratory report on tests of a Bentnn County woman who died Saturday after having been bitten by a dog last month, was to be returned from Litt le Rock tomorrow, a Bentonville physician paid today. Dr. Neil Compton said Mrs. R u t h Holidy, 43. of Bantonville was b i t ten by a 14-year-old pet dog. and the fang ran under her fingernail. i Her husband, Andrew Jackson Holidy, had been bitten the night before by the same a n i m a l . When his wife became ill. the husband began taking the Pasteur treatment. It was thought the dog had been poisoned, and the couple was treating the animal when the bites were suffered. The a n i m a l was destroyed by Bentonville police, and no report of the bites was made to the county sanitarian. Mrs. Holidy's body was sent to Norman, Okla., by the Burn's Funeral Home last night. Mrs. Holidy is survived by her husband; three daughter, Mrs. Ethel Morgan, Bentonville, Mrs. Clarinda Gregg, Norman, Okla., and Mrs. Mary Ethel Russell of Fresno, Calif.; one son, Elmer Hobarkc.r, Springer, Okla.; three brothers and one sister. Catcher Sammy White of (he Boston Red Sox, playerl three seasons frtr the University nf Wash- incton bclore sisninpr with Seattle in 1949. An oltt British law permitted a j m a n to beat his wife with a stick ! n o loflEer than his n r m or thicker , thnn his middle finger. Dry Eczetta Itch Quick, lasting relief--ikin toothed and loftened with Oil-rich* Resinol OINTMENT--'Conform Lanolin LEWIS BROS: CO., he! Phone 246 'Save the turfnce and you Mr A all! SUPER! Pag* 10) Come hi iri See Us About Our Easy Payment Plan on lU-Modtling Your Home, Building New Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barns, etc. Clifton Lumber Co. MMIW 27. WM Nffc, Ark. Fort Smilh, Ark.-i/i 1 ) - The Arkansas AMVETS named K u R c n r Stillrnan of L i t t l e Rock commanding general at t h e rnd of t h e i r I two-day convention here y ester ' d a y . Other o f f i c e r s included: j W i l l i a m Crane, Fort Smith, first j vice commander; L. C. Wallace. Kl Dorado, second vice commander; Roy Bur (jess, Krnsett, third vice commander; and George Van Hook, F.I Dorado, f o u r t h vice com- mnnder. Ethel M u l l c n n i x , K;iyette\-ille, was elected hi.storian; Don \\'ar: i e n . Pine B l u f f , provost miir^htil; Tom I.add, Forrest City, chap- l a i n ; C l i f f o r d Kvans. F.I Dorado j '. service officer; Harry C\ KtcinberR, ] El Dorian, national executive Wallace, El Dorado, third vice rommiiteeman, Dr. Jim B l a k f - . president, more, Fort Smilh, surgeon general; Jack Rose. Fort Smith, Judge* advocate; Cecil Jeter. I . l t l l r Rock,' a d j u t a n t ; and Bernard Fnisst, L i t - i tie Rock, finance rffr*r. The AM VETs A u x i l i a r y rlrct-; ed Mrs. Dick Geren. Fort S m i t h , 1 president; Mrs. Don W a r r e n , Pine B l u f f , f i r s t \ ire president; Mrs. Ralph Wnnrix, Tine B l u f f , cecond vice president; and Mrs. I,, C An outstanding flavor--Jungc's Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-U SUPER! (See Page 10) B 4 U By U T T L t ' , BSD STATION I Cot. W. Mounttm. k School Sti. PHONE 12 Power Lawn Mowers FOR RENT OR SALE S U T T L t ' A ESSO STATION ^k Cot. W. MounttmJ^ k School Sti. l^p »~ Ik. finUkrJ rfrvt txrtrr TTM ·tut In mint! Cook'. 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Dresses, suits, coats, skirts so wearable right now . , .or put several in layaway for fall. 2 Dresses, Reg. $14.95 ...... $ 5.00 32 Cottons, Values to $14. 95.$ 8.00 22 Dresses, Values to $25. 00. $10. 00 2 Dresses, Reg. $29.00 ...... $14.00 5 Silk Dresses, Reg. $22.95. $15.30 Spring and Summer Styles Exclusive One-Oj-A-Style! 3 Dresses, Reg. $75.00 $50.00 1 Dress, Reg. $69.95 $55.00 3 Dresses, Reg. $69.95 $46.63 1 Dress, Reg. $55.00 $36.67 1 Dress, Reg. $49.95 $33.00 1 Dress, Reg. $36.00 $24.00 20 Summer Suits Reg. $17.95 ............ $10.95 1 Summer Suit Reg. $39.95 ............ $25.00 4 Wool Coats Regular $39.95 NOW $-17.50 Cottons, wools, rayons n in full and straight styles. Values to $7.98. Final clearance ,., · main floor front $ 2 Sportswear Dresses, jackets, skirts, all famous brands. Limited quantity, broken sizes. l /2 Price · main floor front Cotton Fabrics Famous mill cottons including sheers, crinkles, broadcloths. Materials ideal for dresses, skirts, blouses, draperies. · 4owntt«ira WE'RE AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT!

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