The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 6, 1954 · Page 3
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December 6, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1954 BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE News oi Men In the Service Recently promoted to the rank of corporal while serving at Ft. Cimp- bell, Ky., Is William E. Simpson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Simpson of Blytheville. __ He is now 'serving with Medical Company of the 511th Airborne Infantry regiment of the nth Airborne Division as aid man. Cpl. Jimmy D. Montgomery, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Montgomery of Leachville, Route 3, was recently graduated from the First Corps non-commissioned officer academy in Korea. A truck driver in the 633rd Engineer Equipment Company, he entered the Army in July 1953 and arrived overseas last January. Now stationed with the 16th Engineer Company at Camp Hakata on the island of Kyushu, Japan, Is Pvt. Charles F. Welts, son of Mrs. Bessie Daniel of Manila. Entering the Army in AUR. 1953, he arrived overseas last March from Ft. Leonavdwood. Mo., where he completed basic training. He is a truck driver in his present company. Korean Queen WAYNESBURO, P». I* - Miss Yoon Min, an attractive sophomore from Korea is Waynesburs College homecoming queen this year. There was nothing Korean about her attire when she was crowned at a football game. She wore a turtle neck sweater and skirt, bobby sox and two-tone sports slices. Kerf Facet Only MOSCOW, Va. (#) — The only thing red in this town in Augusta County is the face of a resdient who is asked how it'got its name. C. E. Simmons, who owns a store nearby —the only one in Moscow burned sometime ago—said he tried his best to find out where the place got its name. He had no lucfc. Out of Tune LOWELL. Mass. Wi—Policemen have petitioned (or removal of an inter-office communications system at police headquarters which, they say, makes it possible to eavesdrop. Superior officers, they say. can tune In on their normal, everyday conversations having nothing to do with operation of the department. • Copper Ann/versory ~~ ' V.OPPCT Afin/versory '"*' <"•""«• ™°" .,"„,. * _, I inieves nepuir i ruin ~~ ' buck. Mrs. Lorabellc Reid spaded! AJO, Ariz, i.-'I'i—Tlic liiuth HIIIU- I '.Vl'Yrce'i'V/'VimJiurh Siltl'il" 1 "'*' CARBONDALE, til, M>)—Thieve* versury of tile opening of the first !,..,.,.>' i,^,.!,. ' ' i try where owners give up. Calvin copper mine here bv while men was ! M '"*n^- Smith told police his truck wa» celebrated with n* paceanl. "The i "" " " | stolen from where he had left H Copper Giant." More than '200 per- ! Hens fry Stunts I s'a'^d. sons took part. Trie tivst mine svus , ' I -—~- • Loss Shared DBS MOINES (/Pi—When policeman Prank Bunce. who owns a small apartment building here, heard that the apartment of one ol his tenants had been burglarized of $32 and a carton of cigarettes, he knocked $10 off the tenant's rent tor the following mouth. Slight Delay dimension. 'interior decorating problem, wnne BIG RAPIDS, Midi, >f' — Tttvn-j Now. Sllton reports, another of j the inside of the county Jail is being ty-seven years atter Mis. Mauneojhi.v hens find three eg^.s ill one i painted he must find, outside todg- Boonstra, bl Comsiock. lost Uc-rlday. inn for 60 or 70 prisoners. Airship Squadron 4, have participated in the year's largest Atlantic Fleet training exercise. NAMED TO ALL STAR SERVICE TEAM — Pvt. Coleman Lannum, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Lannum of Osceola. has been named to an'Army football all-star team as left guard on the first string. He is attached to 109th Engineer Battalion and plays on the First Cpl. Paul R. Baugher, son of Mi', and Mrs. Riley Baugher of Senath, Mo., Route 2. recently spent a seven-day leave from his company AAA xrojan team in Germany. He entered the 'Army in Aug. 1963 of ^Kuyshu. Japan's southernmost ?nd fmished bnsic lralninff at Fl . Leonard Wood. Mo., before going ' S He is a company clerk with the overseas last May. 8019th Army Unit and arrived overseas last September after Interlng the Army in April, 1953. M sgt. Willie^am, Jr., son of \ lul ™ 5 to his duUes " a raess 5tew .Willie Ingram of Luxora, is one of The men of the Marine Air Squadron 36 which is participating in the Atlantic Fleet exercises along with units of the Marine Corps. School at Ft. Riley, Kan. was recently graduated from the Completing the school's mess! 2nd Armored Division's non-torn- j management course, Cpl. Hopper re- j missioned Officer school in GfiJ- .,.,,.. 1__. mnn j._ He Ls a tank crewman in the division's 29th Tank Battnllion and entered the Army in February 19?3. j Before arriving overseas in July of last year he finished basic training at Ft. Hood. Texas. Franklin D. Poe, seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry N. Poe of Leachville, is now serving aboard the cruiser USS Columbus operating in the Mediterranean with the Sixth Fleet. The ship is participating in training exercises and good-Will tours to European and Mediterranean countries. i the 10th Division Artillery. He entered the Army in Rebruary 1953. J. T. Daniels, son of Mr. and Mrs. 2, was recently promoted to corporal Tom Daniels of Steele, Mo., Route while serving with the 18th Field Artillery Battallion in Germany. He is an assistant gunner in Battery B and entered the Army in April 1953, and arrived overseas last December, Pvt. Onml Pearson, whose wife, i Laverne, lives in Blytheville, recent- I ly graduated from the First Corps Returning to San Diego. Calif, I noivcommissioned officer school in th Infantry aboard the aircraft carrier USS Philippine Sea after an eight-mon- the cruise in the Far East is Daniel . Blytheville. More than 6,000 miles were travel- Korea. A rifleman in the Division's 32nd Regiment lie Ralph Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Jones of Cooter, Mo.. Is now stationed with the armed forces In Iran. He Is supervisor of one of the ten provinces in Iran under the Point four aid program. ICostly Forgetfulness HOT SPRINGS. Ark. ul'i — After vucationing for several days at' (lib resort city, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Guilliaert. checked out of a motel and headed for Mexico Ciiy. A few miles out, they discovered I that Guilllacri had left his shaving kit behind. They raced back, bin the kit was gone. 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Hollis C. statlord, whose wife. Pansy, lives in Wilson, is the driver of the truck which won the "Best Vehicle" title during an 116th Field Artillery Battalion inspection in Dramstadt, Germany. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Stafford of Wilson, Route 1. Cpl. Leland M. Langley, son of Mrs. James V. Adams of Leachville, is a carpenter in Company B. of the 79th Engineer Battallion in Korea. Entering the Army in January 1953 he arrived overseas the following October. He recently spent a leave in Japan. Glen W. George, tion of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. George. Kennetl, Mo., was recently promoted to corporal while serving in Germany with the 529th Field Artillery Observation Battallion. Cpl. George, a survey specialist in the Headquarters Batten 1 , entered the Army in June, 1953. Recently graduated from the Seventh Army non-commissioned officers academy in Munich, Germany, was Cpl. Roy E. Jamerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Jamerson of Steele. Mo., A member of the 4th Chemical Company, he entered the Army in 1948 and completed basic training at Camp Chaffee, Ark. Cpl. Arthur G. Hopper, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hopper of Steele, Mo. was recently graduated with honors from the 5th Army Food Service ing: at Ft. Riley. Kan. Pfc. Frank A. Hood, son of Mr. with the 24th Infantry Division He is a clerk with the 21st Infantry Regiments Headquartres C"tn- pa\iy and entered the Army in MM 1953 and arrived overseas in November 1953. Cpl. Hythemial Hardinson whose wife, Elizabeth, lives in BIythevi'le, are taught the trainees. Benjamin W. Belts, electrician's mate. USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Belts of Blytheville, Is now serving aboard the landing ship USS Donncr which has participated in i the Atlantic Fleet training execu- j lion. I Two Osceola men, Lt. Comdr. Fri ancis A. Butler, who is with commander Amphibious force. Atlantic Fleet Flagship USS Pocono, and Marian Gentry, aviation mrfchinest mate. 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Ton years UKO one laid an 1 MUSKEGON. Mich. W-Sheri« I -SB 10 inclu-s around Its longest, Axi-1 M. Pcclerson laces an unusual dimension. interior decorating problem. While I ft; i i The Rank with the Chime Clock that Pla.vs: "Lord, thru this hour Be Thou our guida So by Thy power No foot shall slld«." CALLING ALL CHRISTMAS CLUBBERS! TIME TO START YOUR SAVINGS FOR NEXT XMAS! You Christmas Clubbers know the value of your savings program—so be sure to keep up your membership so that you will he ready for NEXT Christmas too! Remember, memberships are renewable immediately at The FARMER'S HANK & TRUST Co. NOTE TO NON-MEMBERS: See us for full details on the Christmas Savings Club. • Mitiiuippi County's Oldest Bank • THE FARMER'S BANK AND TRUST CO. 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