The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1956 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO (AUK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH M, 19S« News oi Men In the Service t Second Class George B. Sullivan, 22, SOH of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sullivan, of Kennctt, recently \vas graduated from the Fifth Army Food Service School's eighi-weet cooks course at Fort Riley, Kans. He entered the army in February, J951, and completed basic training at Fort Lewis, Wash. His wife, Dorothy, lives in Abilene, Kans. PFC Billy W. Hodge, whose wife, June, lives in Arbyrd. has arrived in Germany and is a member of the Second Armored Division. Hodse is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Forsyihe, of Arbyrd. He is assigned to the division's 66th Tank Battalion. Pvt. James E. Spears !s taking 16 weeks of basic training, prior to i;o- ing to Europe, at Fort Carson, Colo. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Spears, of Blytheville. A brother, Donald L., is stationed at Camp Chaffee. He is taking eight weeks of basic training and is expected home on leave around April 30. He will then leave !or paratrooper training at Port Bragg, N.C. GRADUATED—Set. James C. Harmon. 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alva w! Harmon, of Caruthersville. has graduated from the Seventh Army Son - Commissioned Officer Academy in Munich, Germany. Harmon is a squad leader in Company I of the Ninth Infantry Division's 39th Regiment. His wife. Shirley, also lives in Caruthersville. Chaffee for additional training in his military occupational specialty. Army Pvt. Frank H. Maxwell, 22. | whose wife. Glencia Jo, and parents,; Mr. and Mrs. Linton M. Maxwell.' live on Route 3, Blytheville ,ls receiving advanced infantry train- tag in the Fourth Armored Division at Fort Hood, Tex. Before entering] the Army last December, Mam-ell; worked for the Johnson Service) Station in Blytheville. Pvt. Jimmy R. Spain, son of JL. Spain, pf Blytheville, has been assigned to Battery B, Third Battalion, Second Field Artillery Training Regiment, at Camp Chaffee for common basic training. After eight weeks he will either be assigned to another post or remain at Camp Lemar Hager, son of Rube Hager, of Steele, recently was promoted to specialist third class while serving with the Fourth Infantry Division in Germany. He is a squad leader in Company L of the 12th Regiment. He has been overseas since last. May. STARR GAZING By BKTTIK NELLC STACK Cnrfei Mtwi SUM C»rreiM»*«»» Billy R. Ramsey, 19, son of Mrs. Gladys Ramsey, of Warden, recent- ^ ly was promoted to sergeant while | EARTHQUAKE DETECTOR SECO.VD LIEUTENANT —Harold W. Edwards, whose wife, Iantha, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edwards, live in Hornersville, was commissioned recently a second lieutenant in the infantry alter graduating from the Officer Candidate School at Fort Ben- nins. Ga. Edwards entered the i Army in August, 1954. j Germany next month as part oi i Operation .Gyroscope, the Army's, unit rotation plan. He is now sta- , tioned at Fort Eustis. Va., with the i Fourth Transportation Battalion, i Miller is a truck driver. j Easter! The time of year to shed that long underwear, regardless of the temperature outside. Circa 1900 or there about. Can't you remember how you crammed the itchy stuff down in your long black cotton - ribbed stockings? Knots like misplaced muscles sticking out. Over that long underwear, black sateen bloomers and black sateen petticoats briar-stitched in red were worn smackup till Easter morning and then you were stripped down to white starched drawers and petticoats, whether it was snowing or not and the next day you developed anything from a runny nose to frost bitten feet. Orandma on the side line saying, "I told you so," while she brewed- up a kettle of hot lemonade with a soupcon of grandpa's bourbon in it and bagged you with asafetida, that should have been given back to the Afghanistan!, from whence it came. Don't ever say there isn't a perfect man. Did you ever hear a campaign speech? A loya! American is one who gets mad when an alien cusses the institution he cusses. The Boston symphony orchestra was founded on March 30, 1381. Exactly one year earlier Metropolitan Museum of art was opened. Daylight saving time began on March 31, 1918 and to this very day, I don't get it. Pony Express service was inaugurated on April 3, 1860. Seems that everything wearable nowadays comes in S-T-R-E-T-C-H, that is, everything but pocketbooks. Wonder who thought up the robm as the harbinger of spring! If you ask me, I'd say it was the blue jay. Those darn birds won't let * robin even chirp and as to bird baths, blue Jays remind me of some people in a bathroom. They hog it all. My yard is like a free boarding house. Those blue jays not only winter here but also spend their summers. And who was it came up with "Feed the birds." "Protect the. birds." They surely lived at the North Pole, or else didn't have blue Jays in mind. A man can't very well make for himself a place in the sun if he keeps continually taking refuge under the family tree. Elie Metchnikoff, one of the world's greatest bloligists, had the theory that old age Is brought on by accumulations of putrefactive bacteria in the intestines, and that, to check these, preparations of sour milk should be included in the diet. One of his works, "The Prolongation of Life," deals with this problem, modern biologists have rejected his theory. Whether you're trying to stay young or not, there's nothing bet- ter than it ([law of could buter- milk . . . with a smidgen of hot buttered cornbread on the side, natch. Toscanlnl said he kissed his first woman and smoked his first cigarette on the s&me day and added that he had never had time for tobacco after that. .Hint to the farm wife: Don't count your chickens before they cross the highway. You know what Charles 0. D. Roberts said; "Winter's done, and April's in the skies, "Earth, look up with laughter in your eyes." And soon lilacs will tie blooming in the rain. This is just a little I added to it. The fellow who has pity for his unfortunate fellowman remembers himself at sometime in his life of. being in the same fix. The old saying, "There's nothing new under the sun," goes for every human being we weren't made to escape things while the other fellow gets everything going in the way of bad luck. Our troubles just SEEM to be worse. That's because we're mor» Interested In helping ourselves than we are the other fellow. That'i tht wrong attitude — as if you had to be reminded. That's what our consciences are for. Did you ever hear of a teenager dying of love? Somehow or other they live over It and look tolerably well. It's been going on, in that way, since the beginning of tlmt. Lots of times you have to pro- tend to Join a parade In which you're not really interested ID order to get where you're going. A thing that nobody believes cannot be proved too often. An ideal wife is any woman who has an ideal husband. Aheml Colorado It Color DENVER yp)—Legislative effort» to affix the word "colorful" to Colorado license plates were vetoed by Gov. Ed C. Johnson. "The Spanish word 'Colorado' 1* strong and beautiful and literally means colorful." Johnson said. "A thousand adjectives could not adorn this expressive word." "^^ serving with the Fourth Infantry Division in Germany.. He is a section leader in Company D of the 22nd Regiment. He has been in Europe since last September. . Pvt. Edward E. Miller, 23. whose wife, Ruby, lives on Route 1, Hornersville, is scheduled to leave for The Chinese had a mechanical earthquake detector r.s early as 130 A.D. 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