Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 14, 1952 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 14, 1952
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Slate Bankers To Hold Ninth Annual Seminar Five-Day Meeting To Feature Talks, Panel Discussions The Arkansas Bankers Associa- tion, in cooperation with the University, will hold the ninth Arkansas Bankers Seminar on tht University campui Au|tit H-J2. A projram (or the conference has been arr«n«ed around tour major subject*--bank operations, credits, public relation!, and economics. A new feiture will be panel discussions by Arkansas bankers, business men, and University Extension sUM members. Speakers will bt Dr. John f. Caldwell, president of the University, who will open the seminar v»ith an address of wtlcomt; Dr. Fred L. Deming, vice president. Federal leserve Bank of St. Dr. Piul W. MiW ten, i timal B,^. F.y.tWvift.S ,nd T. I tion of Conefe of Business Adrninistra- | £· Atkinson. D. S. Lan^ip.wand G. tion; Fslkner C. Broach, v i c e | Wr '8ht of the AgricUp'Tn pi Ex. ,,, , Ch president, National Bank of Tulss, Okla.; Ton Whitwide, vice president and cashier, Bratt-Wasson Bank, Slloam Sprints; George B. Ward, assistant director of customer and personnel relations, American Bankers Ais«tialion, New York; Kenneth W. Lund, acting dean, Wright Junior College, Chicago; William E. Drenner, manager of the livestock department, First National Bank, Memphis; B. F. Barnett, president, Cit- litn. National Bank, Tyltr, Texas, and national president, Robert Morris Associates; and It L. Thornton, chairman at; th*x.Board, Mercantile Narlmul Ba«k,,.t»ill«s. Panel members wilt be .Jeff D. 'Brown, Bpfinfdale, a piokeer in ,the broiler industry in .Northwest Arkansas; J. T .Bain,.executive vice president, First State Bank, Spruifdtle; Id G. Lovert, cashier, Commercial National Bask, Little Rock; William L. Little, vice president and auditor, Arkeneas Trust Company. Hot Springs; Emnwlt L. D*rr, auditor, Worthtn Bank and Trust Company, Little Bock; W. 'B. Denton, executive^ vie* president, First National Bank, rte-.v- port; W. A. Stone, pnsident, Phillips National Bank, Helena; T. G. Wilson, executive vice president, First Stste Bank, Conwar; Herbert A. Lewis, president. First Na- tht v Bowman, Ajtum, El Dorado; ei.", H. B. Stone, , i . one, Helena;, and Donald B|*.«r, Russellville. T StUvilll. .- r Swekkl ArllvttMi f » Special acliv ) swilli'iel morning coffee Monday tJi. wives of I ·icnkcrs attending trm s e m i n n r ; ' a buffet supper Biven by the banks ,. ,, Little Bock at the JV^Mteville ! Cowan Country Club; a lunchtf :*i for the ladies Wednesday at Ift.e Country ; MrJ Thomas Hodges Funeral services for Thomas r Hodjes who died August 6. in Los Angeles, Calif., were held Ihls morning at 10 o'clock «t Nelson's Funeral Chapel by the Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr. Burial was In the Everereen cemetery with Masonic service in charge of Washington Pallbearers were Delm.r Col- Ben Strickler, 15th Bride Of Former Streetcar Locks Him Out, Surprised At His Record mclay »evening , Fred Rafdeln, Jamef Greer."M."B! '3'teSll?" 11 '- Frank Suttle, ,nd t. A. Dtm " Club; a f»" tourrcii; lent a n d ' horseshoe pitching ( on test Wed- i funeral services for Mrs. Mary nesday afternoon; an ifUysro din'- n "ma Benson, who died at her ncr Wednesday Club, at which at lh« (he Country ! home ln Springdale, Tuesday tourna- i n i s h t ' wfre conducted this after' - ment prizes will be awf irnd; and i noon al 2:3D "'dock at the Asuem- a dinner Riven Thu.|s lay in the Student Union by the./ ederal Reserve Bank of St. Lc li s. MY SINCERE Thanks I -To the Voters of Washington County for Their Support in the August 12 Primary. I deeply Appreciate Your Vote of Confidence, and Will Work Hard to Merit Your Faith in Me. Clint Shook DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY TREASURER (Pol. Adv. Paid for by Clint Shook) Famed Writ Ceiim, West Chester, Sullivan, 7», nr newspaper columi heart attack last . 'aid* in Comity Hospital. T P In the newspaper/nusiness fo .-(/Pi-Mark 'lonally-known died of a in Chester 64 years. Sullivan the author Births of several books, ^including his autobiography, a n d l once served as editor of Colliei A- macazinc. A life-long resi''4i.t of Chpsier County--he was lorn in Avondale. Pa., near \VjKit · Chester on September 18, i f / 4 --Sullivan was the youngest "of in children. His parents werrj, Irish immi- trants who beer rrj c prosperous Pennsylvania farrnf^s. He was living In the far tn home which Mr and Mt» Jaa*e* R Fwd ssIsS^^r --'^ J "~rt £neW;b t h - N e w rcoiv'Hrua',"^ 14 ' 11 His son. Mark, ,'Jr,, said the famed newspaper) j an suffered a heart attack late .4 esterdsy afternoon snd was t r £ j n to the hospital where he suKwuanbed shortly before midnight, i. bly of God Church in Sprlngdale, by the Rev. T. K. Leake and the Rev. Orin Paris. Burial was the Bluff cemetery under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Ben Cordes, Clifford Elrlridfe. Sherman Hinds, Mr. Combs, Mr. Jonei, J. C. Slay, Willie Eden and Gleonard Smith. Mrs. John W. Adams Sprinsdale-fSpeciall-Mrs. John W. Adams, «8, died yesterday In the home nf her son. Marion Adsms, in Enid, Okla. She was * native of Arkansas. Her parents were the late Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Vkrd Hogan. She is survived by three sonsi Ward Adams of Dallas. Texas, Marion Adams of Enid, and Jack Adams, Jr.. of Oklahoma City; one brother, William W. Hogan of Altus. Okla.; and one granddaughter. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at I p. m. In the Callisnn-Slsco Funeral Chapel by the Rev. Douglas Brewer, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Springdale. Burial will be in the Bluff cemetery. Los Anfrclcs - Wl - The Dine , Dong Daddy of the "D" line h a s 1 taken kls nth brMe, but he's in the dog house. She locked him out of their apartment last night, nine ' days alter their marriage. I He ii Francis H. Van Wle. (a. | former San Francisco streetcar i conductor, lion tamer and boxer. His dislllutlaned bride is Amelia Prltchard, 71, Los Angeles widow. "Why, he led me to believe be was a bachelor," she told a reporter from behind the barred door of her apartment. "No, he's not here; 1 don't know where he went. No, I didn't know he'd ever been married. I'm loinj to stay rlfht here until ! can make up my mind what to do. ] l.ave five children. It's hard to believe he has been married so many times." Van Wie left home shortly after newspaper stories told of his marriage to Mrs. Prltchard in Las Vegas. Nev., August 5. She said he_ha« been getting telephone ! or 1 times. He received I j.vcar terms, but was Hrolaj it ] 1947 afler «ervln| tivi calls, one after the other, after 1 Babe Ruth hlTw or m, the news of iheir marrlnie he- runs In four Hasans _ ..,,,.. ,, came known. : "27 and '?«. That ij a record, {hit V.n Wle am-ed a San Quentin j Stlnd " lwln) '-. I'riMMi term fnr hiftamy. He wwi- icn "n" lint, but neglected the , legal formalities nf divorcing them. Wh«n the law csujjhl up Harold IPie) Traynor record for playinf the m »! third base, 1.M4. He playt* for l h « PlrMes for IT rears. STOCK-BARN-GARDEN I N S E C T K I L U R Mrs. Barbara Return* Dvvit Funeral servic' is for Mrs. Barbara Rebecca TJavis, who died , Monday at the 1 MV.abeth Hospital ! toward it. in Prairie Grove, I will be held tomorrow afternoon! at 2 o'clock at Walnut grove, ne at Crosses, by the Rev. Roy MurriSh of Springdale. Burial will h frjft the Walnut Grove cemeter^JuP^'r the dircc- Mr. an Mrs. EHc Dwliht Jnntt Mr. and Mrs. Eric Dwight Jones of Fayettevlllc, announce the birth of « son, August 14, at the County Hospital. Many animals move themselves by reaching out, taking hold o f i something and pulling themselves ' t«*c»mun -- IUT it KONOWQU MB Vf TO 24 CM1MH W MAY I UM ACCOMMNO to MffiCTKWi ·« ·ODIHT UVtWOCt r ooov inn. Meuu. ueo«m un ltm ^ MEADOLAKE MARGARINE MOO.oo PRIZES EVERY WEEK you ro TIST AND JILL' sSsSB ^ggtff rtlalivt at a DIF FKRENT iddnii fiom ouri. Tell WHV ihf ihoulii ·It M t l J o l l k t Mariarlne. tuckm IND rtAf with int "Tniea'*'a nd G««I«III*«|" ml on It. The., if ,ht ·ulli your Itntr on » Mr«. Tucker Stitimf*. T.aat, ahHM «Wi TWO Ma4ol.«, ENU FLAPS-ih» an r*» ie» and ANOTHER rw Ilk* I «IH "*.«.ni.i IEJJ MM IELL" Coniwt. For iht BEST Ittiet each all .Mter M n... ----------- .KM .Mter n... (Mf4B THI WOtD ABOUT TMI UtTH IMM» Ben Chapman, now a coach for the Cincinnati Reds, led the American League in stolen bases in 19.11. '32 and '.13. He tied for the honors in 19J7. Come-See-Hear J^f |( HUNT ln Person Shortening Mrs; Tucker's, 3-lb. ctn... 47t 46-Oz. Can Tomato Juice . . . . . . . 25c Wort Soltine - , Crackers, Mult Pak. Ib. box. 19c Northern Paper Towels, roll . . . 15c : . ?· Doeskin Napkins, assorted colors, box 19c Carrots, 3 bunches . . . . 25c Lemons, Sunkist, Doz. . . 39c Corn, Fresh, 6 ears . . , 29c Admiration ^ Coffee . . Ib. I SC C«*JpM III fall CCM And Nis Famous Orchestra. You've Heard Him on the Radio, You Ma)| Hare See Him on T.V. Hear oryl See Him in Person. He will be p^jjiing Sweet Music for Your Listening Pleasure andlfor Pillsbury Best Flour and Mixes. Saturday, August 16th at HEIKY'S SUPER MARKET All Mixt Pillsbury |j /I Cake f fixes Silverware in Every Bag Pillsbily Flour, 25-lb. ;.19c 1.69 Super Market ^Springdole, Arkansas Jim Hoijjir John D. Anderson One of the Beit Oleo, Blue Seal, Ib . . . 17k Tea, Maxwell House, i Ib. 25c Heinz or Gerbers Baby Food, can . ..... 7c Royal Puddings, all flavors, 3 pkp. 17c Jello,all flavors, pkg. . . . 5c Tide, Giant Size ..... 69c Hotel, box ....... 25e Kleenex, 200 Size, 2 boxes 25c M « M 90* ««"·

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