The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 5, 1954 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, August 5, 1954
Page 5
Start Free Trial

BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGB MVB RECEIVES FLIGHT SURGEON WINGS .— Lt. (jg) Milton L. Godley, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lloyd Godley is shown above having his flight wings pinned on by his wife. He has completed 22 weeks of intensive specialized training in the medical phase of aviation medicine and is now qualified for duty with the aviation branch of the Navy. News ol Men In die Service Recently chosen to act as a weapons instructor for Colombian Battalion in Korea is Cpl. Walter Blake, son of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Blake of Osceola, Route 3. A squad leader, Cpl. Blake entered the Army in October 1952 and arrived in Korea last July after completing basic training at Camp Roberts, Calif. His wife, Christine, who lived with him in the Canal Zone will accompany Sgt. Wixon to Nebraska until he is discharged next February. Sgt. and Mrs. Wixon visited relatives here en route to his new station. Pfc. Billy R. Brothers, whose wife, Ruby, lives in Blytheville, recently joined the 29th Regimental Combat Team on Okinawa. A rifleman in Company F, he entered the Army in April 1053 and completed basic training at Ft. Hood, Tex. He is the son of Mrs. J. B. Brothers of Blytheville, Route 2. S/Sgt Clifton O. Wixon has been transferred to Lincoln Air Force Base, Neb., after having spent 36 at Albrook AFB, Canal months Zone . Pfc. Charles Shrable, son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Shrable, Leachville, Route 1, is now serving with the 7th Infantry Division in Korea. Entering the Army in December, COMPLETES BASIC — Pvt. Robert Johnson, whose wife, Madie, lives in Blytheville, recently completed basic infantry training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. He is now scheduled for an eight- week advance basic training course. 1952, and arriving overseas in June, 1952, he is assigned to the division's 15th Anti-Aircraft Battalion. Pvt. Eukie Woodard, whose wife, Nonna, lives on Route 2, Manila, recently arrived in Germany for duty with the 3rd Armored Field Artillery Battalion. The son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Woodard of Black Oak, Route 1, he has been in the Army since last January. Now serving aboard the fleet oiler, USS Navasota, with the Seventh Fleet, is William U. Howard, machinist's mate 3/c, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Howard of Leach ville, Route 2. IN KOREA — Pvt. Buddie C. Hicks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Modie C. Hicks of Blytheville, Route 1, is now stationed in Korea with the 25th Infantry. Entering the Army in January, he completed^ basic training at Camp Chaffee. Johnese of Blytheville, who enlisted in the WACs recently, is now stationed ac Ft. McClellan, Ala. Enlisting for a period of three years, she is a 1954 graduate of Blytheville High School. TO VIRGINIA — Sgt. Clyde Quails, whose wife. Madge, lives on Blytheville, Route 3, is being- transferred to Ft. Eustis, Va., for advanced training after finishing basic training at Camp Chaffee. He recently spent a short leave at home. ed basic training at Camp Chaffee. OX SIGNAL BRIDGE — Midshipman James R. Little, son of Mrs. C. B. Little of Osceola, is pictured above on the signal bridge of the battleship USS New Jersey. More than 3,000 midshipmen took part in the summer training cruise to European waters. Pvt. Shirley Ann Johnese, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lucas B. By Mrs. Voris Workman The Holland High School student body and faculty held a swimming party and weiner roast Monday night at Walker Park in Blytheville. The affair was planned by the Student Council. The Holland PTA will hold home Saturday after spending the summer with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lindeman, at Neosho, Mo.. Mrs. Lindeman brought Mrs. Workman home. En route they stopped for a night J. Azbill of and Mrs. I. L. .Zohner of Portageville. Mrs. Lindeman returned to Neosho Monday. Truman House was in Eaton, with Mr. and Mrs. Risco and with Mr. Bud Adams of Uba City, Calif, Mrs. Little's sister. Mrs. Charles Angus of Flint, Mich., and her brother, Clyde Harrington, and his family of Holland. Visiting in the Clyde Harrington home have been Mrs. Harrington's brother, Claud Green of St. Louis, and Mrs. Charles Angus. Spending the week end at Rancho Rio on Current River near Donophan, were R. E. L. Smith its first meetnig Aug. 17, which ton, _Tenn.^ During Mrs. Houses' will be a "pot luck" supper on the "" " ~ """"" "" Tenn., Saturday to perform wed-i and wife ' Oda B - Smith and fami ' ding services for his wife's tie- phew. Gerald Jones, who was married to Joan Cunningham of Tren- school yard. The teachers will be guests of honor. Mrs. Charles Cohoon substitued as music teacher during the first two and a half weeks of school until George Bennet could assume his duties as instructor at Holland and Cooter. W S C S of the Methodist church met Wednesday afternoon with eight members present. Mrs. Homer A. Smith gave a resume of the book "That the World May Know." This was followed by a business session on buying and collecting articles to furnish the new kitchen and dining room of the church. Revival sendees at the Baptist church will contiue for another week, with W. W. Childers of Herrin, ill., as evangelist. Lonnie Smith, minister of the Church of Christ at Campbell, was a visitor at the Holland Church of Christ Sunday. With him were his wife and two children. Toni Rose Hampton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hampton Jr., celebrated her 9th birthday Saturday afternoon at her home. Seventeen boys and girls and one out-of-town guest, Gail Manning, attended. Refreshments Were served from tables in the yard after which Toni opened her gifts. Also having a birthday Friday Frank and Ecith, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Samffcrd. The boys were one years old. Mrs. B. I. Edwards left for Miami. Ha., Monday' morning to spend a month with her daughter, Mrs. Bill Ericsin, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy French are spending the week in St. Louis with ther daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Royal Powell. Miss -Martha Cohoon, returned home Thursday after attending summer school at Murray, Kentucky. Joe Cohoon and Robert Trimue made a business trip to LiDtle Rock . last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr., were in Portageville, Friday to see Mrs. Ed Hampton, Sr., who was leaving for Barnes Hospital in St. Louis. Mrs. Hampton, Sr., is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and daughter, Fenton, \ from Winona, Miss., are visiting' Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cohoon and family this week. The group held an outing at Big Spring, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Utley, Mrs. Gertie Ladd, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Stiles visited Felix Carney at the Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital in Memphis Saturday. Mrs. J. B. Holly was in Memphis Monday for a post-operation checkup. Mrs. Freddie Collins and son, Johnny, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Macklin. Mrs. S. J. Workman returned vacation this week, she and Mr. House will visit Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Les Lawler, L. R. Griggs and other relatives in Tennessee. Their son Fred Young, is spending this week in Humboldt, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Kinder Were in Gordonville over the week end visiting Mr. Kinder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kinder and Mrs. Kinder's brother, Joe Volkerding, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller are spending two weeks vacationing in Binghamton, New York. Recent visitors in the J. C. Little home were their daughter, Mrs. Blytheville's Only Exclusive Children's Shop 110 South Second Street Smith, wife sons, Doris Clark of Luxora, and and Bob Lee Smith and sons of Blytheville. They met their relatives Denver M. Wright and wife of St. Louis and Mrs. Ollie Rhodes and family of Anniston, IncL, there; for an annual get-together of the families. The ranch camp is owned by Mr. and Mrs. Wright. Mrs. Carl Reid is improving after major surgery at Methodist Hospital in Memphis last week. Mrs. Nita Hendrix and son, Leon, of Chicago were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. C, Wilson last week. Pvt. Paul D. C. Pankey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martis S. Pankey' of Blytheville, is now serving with the 7th infantry Division in Korea. Pvt. Pankey entered the Army last January and completed basic training at Camp Chaffee. Recently assigned to the 1st Telephone and Carrier Squadron in Korea for duty as a communications specialist, is Airman 2/c Thomas F Phillips of Blytheville. He is the son of Mrs. Hugh Saylor of Sweetwater, Tex. Pfc. Scott; B. Ray. whose wife, Ramona, lives in -Caruthersville, Mo., recently was graduated from the 4th Regimental Combat team's leadership school in Alaska. A squad leader with the team's Company E of the 2nd Battalion, Pvt. Ray is the son of Mrs. A. R. Shelly, of Hayti. Mo.. Route 1. Entering the Army in February. 1953, he completed basic training at Ft. Riley, Kan., arriving overseas in August, 1953. Pvt. Roy Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Williams of Luxora, recently arrived in Korea for duty with the 25th Infantry Division. Entering the Army in January, he is a cannoneer having "complet- ADAM'S Adams Appliance Co. Inc. IF you like pot roasts and chicken with their tangy flavor* sealed IN ... use » Revere Ware Dutch Oven. Vapor-sealinj means LESS meat shrinkase, MORE appetizing goodness. Glowing copper for quick, ever* heating ... gleaming stainless steel for easily-cleaned beauty. ILLUSTRATED: Revere Ware 6 qt. Qutch Oven. Recently assigned as assistant commander with the post typist school at Camp Chaffee, is CWO Bryant E. Hill, son of Mrs. Janie Lou McGaughy. Prior to this assignment, he served three years in Europe as unit administrator of the 4th Infantry Division. A veteran of 14 years in the Army, he resides with his wile and two children in Ft. Smith. SKI TROOPER — Sgt. Roy D. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom B. Brown of Blytheville, is now stationed in Austria where he has served for 23 months with the 350th Infantry Regiment. A ski trooper, he entered the Army in April, 1952. and finised basic training at Camp Roberts, Calir. AIR CONDITIONED WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF JIEVERE WAftE Adams Appliance Co. 206-08 W. Main Phone 2-2071 Buy your cabinet sink NOW! AMB «IT A •*NWINt FOOD WASTE DISPOSER FO« owir $9095 IT mm m IXTRA Listen lo KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Program Announcements REFRIGERATION for Ritz & Roxj TH U RSDAY & FRIDAY E STORY OF A WOMAN'S SHAME ...and the men w/io cheated her ...tefroyerf her REGULAR $94.50 Home & Farm Supplies WHAT EVER YOU KEED SEE US Over 30,000 items in Stock — If We Don't Have it. . . We'll Get It. Gtntral Hard wart And Appliance Co. 108 W. Main Phone 3-4545 Know The Law! You can hare * free ropy of the Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Law for lite mere asking. Call or see "Dee" *t the United Imir- ante Aitcnc.r. ill W. Main Phone j-«SI2 Blytheville. 54' DeLext Cabinet Sink •4 D/SP05fft Jig twm droinboord* Rug9«d **•! throughout f*atvr*» Get rid of food ifsfit before it becomes garbage! End wrapping of messy garbage, mpt to th« oak- side pail. Swish food wasi* down the drain with * wonderful Youngstown Kitchens Food Wast* Disposer Terrific saving \f you act now! "F H A '.CTtnr> Plus tasiailaiton. ON THIS G RfAT Adams Appliance Co. Inc. Phoru 2-2071 206-M W. Main J. W. A4«mi, Mir. CARNIVAL STORY "*. :' starring v * •*''.,) jjw 1 '"- -*•'" ••&*?'"& • '' J - .ith JAY C. FLIPPEN • HELENE STANLEY Directed by KURT NEUMANff • Screenplay by HANS JACOBY and KURT NEUMAN1 A KING BROS. Production n COMING TO RITZ THEATRE August 10-11-12-13 Seven Brides & Seven Brothers rr ii Au^st 22-23-24-25 Gone With The Wind CINEMASCOPE PICTURES COMING SOON! GARDEN OF EVIL BROKEN LANCE 3 COINS IN THE FOUNTAIN DEMITRIUS AND THE GLADIATORS RIVER OF NO RETURN Paint Closeout MAB? Typ« ant) Ctttn i Price Hubbard Hardware AUTO, TBUCK AND LONG HAUL TRUCK INSURANCE At Low Rates United Insurance Agcy. ill W. Main Ph- 3-«§13 Hays New Fall Fashions Are Arriving Daily C5 j«en in SEVENTEEN Briskly Printed Paisley Cotton 7.95 Never mind the thermometer! This Vicky Vaughn Junior is a comfort now, a joy long alter. It's Fuller Fabric's Lake Placid wa»h- able cotton surah. Preshnmk and tebilized for crease-resisianct. The vivid paisley wears a Fall touch in the rib knit collar, cufl«. Wid» b«H skirt. Bed, blue or brown grounds. SLsw 7 to 15. paint-box plai Galey and Lord paint-box plaid end Love's clever design, leam-up for schoolroom success . . . wonderfully deep hip pockets . . . costly-looking accents of pastel calf collar and belt present a happy picture ... it must be Love, for back- f °- schoof! 3 to 6x55.95 7toUS7.95 IT > TO TMDS We Deliver - Phone 2-200

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free