10 Years Ago: Linzey to speak on World War II ex­pe­ri­ences

Siloam Springs Herald Leader - - NEWS - Com­piled by Jackie Brooks

50 Years Ago From the Her­ald and Demo­crat in 1967 The Arkansas Bro­ker­age Co. ran an ad for the fol­low­ing:

• Boy’s long-sleeve knit and flan­nel shirts, solids and prints, lots of colors to choose from, $1 - $2;

• Men’s heavy sweat­shirts with hood — red, black, blue, grey, size S-XL, $1.97 - $2.97;

• Drap­ery — western horses print for boy’s room or den, $2.49 per yard;

• Dec­o­ra­tor throw rugs, 100% cot­ton pile, grip-tite, skid-proof back, pink, blue, green and gold, 24”x45”, $2;

• Blan­kets, ser­vice­able qual­ity, 72”x90”, 94% rayon, 6% ny­lon, beau­ti­ful plaid colors, wide 100% Ac­etate bind­ing, reg. $4.98, sale price $3 each;

• Girl’s sweaters, Girl Town brand, beau­ti­ful colors, sizes 3 to 14, $3.98 - $5.98;

• Ladies’ sweaters, all re­duced, reg. $8.98, 100% vir­gin wool, Or­lon, Acrylic, ny­lon, $3.98 - $5.98’

• Fri­day spe­cial only! Flan­nel, pretty prints, plaids, nice for sleep­wear, quilt lin­ing, bor­dered pil­low case prints, solid color per­cale, bleached and un­bleached muslin. Huck Tow­el­ing - 39¢a yard or 3 yards for $1.

30 Years Ago

From the Her­ald-Demo­crat in 1987

The Siloam Springs Pan­thers tuned up for their two im­por­tant dis­trict 1-AAA games with Ben­tonville and Har­ri­son by de­feat­ing the Green­wood Bull­dogs 21-0 in the Pan­thers’ 1987 home­com­ing con­test at Glenn Black Sta­dium.

10 Years Ago

From the Her­ald-Leader in 2007 Stan­ford E. Linzey was sched­uled to tell of his ex­pe­ri­ences dur­ing World War II when the USS York­town was sunk dur­ing the Bat­tle of Mid­way.

The com­mu­nity was wel­comed to hear Linzey, who was to speak at the Bella Vista As­sem­bly of God Church on For­est Hills Blvd, in Bella Vista.

Linzey spent 28 ac­tive years in mil­i­tary ser­vice, first as an en­listed man, then as a Navy chap­lain. Linzey sur­vived the “great­est naval bat­tle ever fought,” and would tell of God’s an­swer to prayer dur­ing times of war.

Linzey’s book, “God Was at Mid­way,” was be­ing widely dis­trib­uted.

He had writ­ten nu­mer­ous ar­ti­cles for many pub­li­ca­tions na­tion­wide.

He re­ceived his bach­e­lor’s and Th.B. de­grees from the South­ern Cal­i­for­nia Bi­ble Col­lege and Sem­i­nary (El Ca­jon, Calif.) and the Master of Divin­ity from the Amer­i­can Bap­tist Sem­i­nary of the West (Berke­ley, Calif.).

He stud­ied at Har­vard Divin­ity School as a res­i­dent grad­u­ate, and earned the Doc­tor of Min­istry de­gree at Fuller The­o­log­i­cal Sem­i­nary in Pasadena, Calif.

Linzey is listed in “Who’s Who in Re­li­gion,” “In­ter­na­tional Men of Achieve­ment” and “5,000 Per­son­al­i­ties of the World.”

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