The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 28, 1955 · Page 5
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2«, 1955 BLWHEV1LMB (ARK.) COURIER NlWg PACK graduate of Rosenwald High, School. sioniliR from the "mothball 1 . 1 fleet, j rotation plan, in 1951. is part of Escort Destroyer Division 12. Crawford's unit, th* 10th Infantry Army Sgt. Wallace N. WUIough- by, whose wife, Margaret, *nd chil- • dren live in Steele, Mo., is a member of tile 9224th Technical Service L'-iit at Fort Eustis, Va. Willoughby a supply sergeant in the unit's Service Company, entered ,he Army in 1942 and was last stationed at Fort Devens, Mass. The on of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey S. WUlouRhby, Route 1. Isola, Miss., he attended Benoit High School. Pvt. Jack R. Higginbotham. son of Mrs. Helen H. fitter, Joiner, recently was graduated from the supply records cour.se at the Quartermaster School, Fort Lee. Va. Tne eight-week course included administrative procedures, study of the Army supply system, unit supply, station supply, commissary operations, depot operations, and storage operations. Higginbotham entered the Army last May and was stationed at Camp craffee. Ark. He was graduated from Shawnee- High School. His wife. Mary Jo, IF. living m Petersburg, Va. Army PFC Walter Short, son ol: John Short, BIytheville, Is playing lootball in Korea on the 1th Infantry Division's 57th Field Artillery; Battalion's team. . •, j Short, who plays in his off duty: hours, is a cannoneer With the bat- ii<lion':> Battery C. He entered the Army in January 1954 and compelled basic traimns at Camp Chaffee, Ark. He arrived in Keren in June 1953. Short is a 195J1 graduate ol Harrison H;yh School. Army. Pvt. Toirimie C. Crawford, .-on of "Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Crawford, Hayti, is .scheduled to be >f-m lo Europe from Fort Riley, Kim., in November as part of Operation Gyroscope, the Army's new unit Division, is the first division to move under the Gyroscope plan. Crawford, a member of the Battalion's Headquarters Company, wife, Maria, and mother. Mrs, Bes- Fench'* milt, the 10th Infantry sic D. French, live on Rome 2. Division, Is the first division Sieele, is scheduled to be sent to \ move under the Gyroscope plan. Europe from Fort Hney, Kan., in I French a mail clerk in Couipany „, ' November Dcerinfc High , . . B of the division's 85tli Regiment, » nrt °< Operation! cmo , ]T(| ^ Army ]: ^ A ,, rj , He „ part a! the division's 85th Re(!i- Gyroscope, the Army's new unit a man graduate inenl. completed basic training all rotation plan. I School. Fort Riley. Cpl. Riily R. Ramsey, *on of Mrs. Gladys P. Riimsey, Wardeil, recently arrived in Frankfurt. Ger- njauy, and is now • a member of ihp 4th Infantry Division. Training received by the "Ivy" division, part of the U. S. Sevemh Anuy, iurUui&s m tensive maneuvers and reiUi.-uc nfld problems. Ramsey, a squad leader in Company D of the division's 22cl Ret;i- meiU. i* a 1953 gradaute of Wardetl Hijjh School. Pvt. Lawrence I. French. wno,-.e Mack D. Hay, damage control-; man third class, USN, son of Mr. j and Mrs. D. S. Hay, Route l.' : Blythevllle, is serving aboard the escort destroyer USS Nicholas in the Far East. j The Nicholas, now on her fifrJi ' tour of duty since her recommis- i Jf.VIOR CHEERLEADERS — Whooping il up on the sidelines last night as BIytheville Junior High fought in vain to overcome a larger West Memphis team were Mary Ann Stout, Lydia Jo Sudbury. .Mary Jo Ocic-n, Lucy Caudill, Linda Carr, Marjiaret Farris. Donna S"K? Byrd. Barbara Leas- uve and Jeaiuiie Lea^ure, who is ,ihe mascot. • (Courier News l*buto> MOX THEATRE On \V. Main St. In BIytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00] p.m. — Sat'. & Sun. 1:00 p.m j News oi Men In the Service Pvt. William B. Treeco. 21, son of Shelby T. Treece, Burdelle. is receiving basic training at Fort Knox, Ky., as a member of the 3d Armored Division. The "Spearhead" division, formerly a training unit at the Armored Center, has been reorganized into fl combat-ready unit. Treece. a 1U53 graduate of Burdette High School, was a commercial artist before entering tile Army last September. Army Pvt. John Halsell. son of James' E. Halsell, 1205 Walnut. Elytheville, is a member of the 12th Infantry Regimental Band in Germany. The band plays at all regimental Her Argument Got Her, too PORT ARTHUR, Tex. ft - When cops picked up H man m a tavern. Seiina Booker wanted to know how come. He's carrying a pistol, she was told. , "Why* I carry a pistol myself in my purse." said Selina. She went along- to jail, too. on a disturbing the peace by packing a 1 pistol charge. i Junctions anti serves as the s»cun- i i ty platoon when the regiment is in ; PKC Wallace B. Sanders, son o( the field on maneuvers. Gabe Sunders. 2'X Brown St.. Osce. Halsell entered the Army in De- ola. is u switchboard operator in ! cember, 1954. and completed ba.~ic Battery B of the 3M Ami-Aircraft I training at Fort Jackson. S. C. He : Artillery Battalion at Irumigawa. i arrived in Europe last May. | Japan. i Half-all attended the University of j Sanders entered the Army in July Arkansas before entering the Army ! 1954 completed basic training at ; : Camp Gordon. Ga., and arrived Amy PFC Roosevelt Holmes. 22. overseas last January. The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound I j .son oi Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Holmes.' • Rome 2. Osceola. recently look part, ', I in battalion training tests held by . the 25th Infantry Division on the : i Island of Hawaii. i ! The two-d.-.' te.si \v«s divided into , | three phases — defense. mt;ht \vufi- \ drawal and attack. The island is! about 200 miles from the unit's J home .station at Schofinld Barninks j on Oahu. j Hohiu's eompleu'd bAsic trainvnR j : at Camp Chaffee. Ark. The 21-year-old soldier is a 1934 i Hungry Newsmen NEW DELHI I,PP—Employes of a | daily newspaper in Western India/ staged a one-day fast to protest the; suspending of a subeditor. 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