The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 12, 1955 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1955 BLYTHETILLE (ARK.) COUEIER NEWS PAGE TRUE! News oi Men In the Service Army Pvt. J— . w. Randolph, son of John W. Randolph of Wilson, recently spent a week's leave from his unit in Korea at Kobe, Japan. Pvt. Randolph is assigned to the First Battalion headquarters of ' the 24lh Infantry Division's. 19th Regiment. Cpl. Ployd M. Talc, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ployd M. Tale, of Blytheviile, Rt. 4, has participated, as a member of an Airborne Infantry Battalion, in an Army train- Ing test at Fort Campbell, Ky., designed to compute the combat readiness of the unit. Cpl. Tate is an aidman with the' First Battalion at the 511th Airborne Infantry Regiment. He graduated from parachute school at Fort Benniijg, On., In Feb., 1954. Cpl. William E. jSlmpson. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L'. 1 Simpson of Blytheviile, is an aidman with the First Battalion of the 511th Airborne Infantry Regiment. Cpl. Simpson recently completed training tests at Fort Campbell, BLYTHF.VILLE MEN AT LACKLAND— Three Blytheviile airmen are 'completing basic training at Lackland Air Force Base near San Antonio. Tex. They are (left to right! Rex Lovell. son of American Electric Supply, Inc. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR!* OF Electrical Supplies & Construction Materials R««r 213-215 W. Walnut — Blytheviile— PO. 3-8352 1M-10S E. Word— Jonesbor»--WE S-S385 LASH'S, SERVICE EQUIPMENT CONDUIT WIRING DEVICES If j'our home or business house hi not adequately wired, see your licensed electrical contractor. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Lovell, Alvin York, brother of Mrs. L. H. Freeman, and Beverly Kellick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kellick, Pfc. Arnold Sexton, son of Mr. and Mrs.' W.. E. Sexton of Kennett, Rt. 2, is serving with the First Infantry Division-in Germany. Pfc. Sexton is an air conipres- sor operator in Company A of the division's First Engineer Battalion. Cpl. George Middle. Jr., 21. son of. Mrs. Elsi P. Riddle of Blythe- viile, is a mechanic in Battery A, Fifth Field Artillery Battalion, Ger- First Infantry Division in many. He entered the Army in April, 1953, and was sent overseas in the following October. Cpl. Jimmie C. Lowe, whose wife, Barbara, and father, John H. Lowe, live in Osceola, recently spent a week's leave in Tokyo from his unit in Korea. Cpl. Lowe, a member of Company B, First Field Artillery Observation Battalion, has been overseas since December, 1953. Pvt. Billy O. Krech, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Krech, Blytheviile, TRANSFERRED — Pvt. Erma Pair, daughter of. Mr, and Mrs. G. M. Fair, of Blytheviile. has completed basic training at Fort McClellan, Ala., and has been transferred 10 Fort Lawton, Wash. Pvt. Fair attended Armorel High School and entered the WAC in October. Rt. 3, !s serving in Germany with] the 291st Field Artillery Battalion, j Pvt. Krech, a truck driver, ar-j rived overseas last November I from an assignment at Fort Camp-: bell, Ky. He entered the Army in! March, 1954. Pfc. Wesley J. Gill, son of Mr.! and Mrs. Earl W. Gill, Hayti, Rt.! 1, is a teletype operator in the 7th Infantry Division's 7th Signal Company in Korea. ,He entered the Army in Dec., 1953, and received basic training at uamp Chaffee, Ark., before going overseas last 1 MEDICAL AIDMAN — Cpl. Rodney M. George, son of Mr. and Mrs, Herman George, Wardell, Rt. I, prepares a hypodermic needle in Germany where he is an aidman in the Medical Department of the V Corps' Headquarters Company. July. Army Pfc. Bobbie F. Newsom, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Vickery of Biytheville. is serving in Germany with Company D, First Engineer Battalion, First Infantry Division. Pfc. Newsom has been in Europe since last April. He entered the Army in 1949 and wears the Combat Infantryman's Badge, UN and Korean Service ribbons. Read Courier News Classified Ads NOTICE THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION WILL BE HELD IN THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, 124 WEST ASH STREET, BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS, 2:00 P.M. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1955. W. / Po/U SECRETARY WINTER TRAINING — Marine 2nd Lt. Robert D. Reid, son oi Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Reid of Leachville, pulls on "thermo" boots during uold weather training operation held in the Hi^h Sierras at Pickel Meadows, near Bridgeport, Calif. A Marine aviator at El Toro Air Station, Lt. Reid was one of 100 pilots and air crewmen who lived in the extremely cold climate /or a three-day period in December. PENSACOLA DUTY — Billy J. Bell, airman, USN, son of Mrs. Sallie Bell o( Lcachville, Rt. 2, hns reported for duty at Helicopter Training Unit 1, Pensacola, 'Pla. MARINE PILOT — Second Lt. Hives C. Allen, son of Mrs. R. C. Allen of Blytheviile. is on duty with Marine Fighter Squadron 214 at Kaneohe Bay, Hawaiian Islands. WINS FOOTBALL TROPHY.— Ex-Chickasaw gridder, Pfc. Charles R. Lutes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lutes of Biytheville, is congratulated by MaJ. Gen. J. C. McQueen, commanding general of the Marine Corps Recruit Depot at Sari Diego, Calif., upon being presented a football trophy as a member of the depot team which won the llth Naval District Football title. ADAMS APPLIANCE Inventory Clearance Sale Continues! Up to 50% off on these Famous Products Frigidaire Appliances Maytag Appliances Duo-Therm Appliances Youngstown Dishwashers & Cabinets RCA Radios, Television, Phonographs Pianos — Baldwin and Poole Columbia Hi-Fi Players —Many Other Items— ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. J. W. Adams, Owner 20fi-08 W. MAIN PHONE 2-2071 THE BIG SWING IS TO PLYMOUTH! AMERICA'S BEST-BUY LOW-PRICE CAR Best buy new; better trade-in, too! PLYMOUTH Plymouth is tlie biggest, longest car of the low-price 3 ... with the only honestly new styling ... and its 167 hp gives you the highest standard V-8 horsepower! Abo available: 157 hp, 177 hp with optional PoiverPak. Your choice of new Hy-Fire V-B's or the new 6-cyJinder PouerFlou 117. This year of all years, look at all 3, and you'll join the swing to Plymouth, tool FROM COAST TO COAST PEOPLE EVERYWHERE ARE CHOOSING PLYMOUTH AS "BEST BUY" "Plymonlli'i new Power- now 6 engine ha= power to spare for my driving needs and gives me a bonus of r nek-lip Uom pronnmy beside?." IT. B, Cook, Jr., .\ashiillc, Tcnn. "TJta( sleek new =ty))Hc made me switch to (he Plymouth iliis year. Il look,* like fl dream on wheels, and that's (he way il rides." 1/nn Roone'y Httliker, Denver, Colo. "My bufinfff require; a lot of driving; I need power, a smooth ride, and lasting economy. That's why I twitched to Plymouth!" ITHtiam Boglf'lll. Haierjard, Penmyliania. ".After I looked at 'all 3' lhere wasn't any doubt. For size, for comfort, and especially for styling, Plymouth won by a mile!" Dorothy L. Boucher, AVio Orleans, Louisiana. The BIG swing Is to Plymouth COME IN TODAY! SEE IT, DRIVE ITI Save 50 Percent and More During... THOMPSON JEWELERS CLEARANCE SALE Prices have been slashed to raise ready cash . . . creating savings on quality merchandise never before possible. Folks... this is it at Thompson Jewelers, 114 West Main in Biytheville. The moment you've waited for Thompson Jewelers are selling top quality brand watches, diamonds, rings, costume jewel ry, silverware, appliances and giftware at unbelievable low prices, in some cases below actual cost. Save as you never saved before at Thompson Jewelers in Biytheville. . . . You'll find such bargains as men's and ladies standard 17 jewel watches, regular $33.75 to $39.75 value, for only $18.88. 40% off on diamonds and birthstone rings. Entire costume jewelry department reduced up to 75%. Famous brand watches at an unheard of low price. . . . Multi-colored rope necklaces going for just 890, and many other wonderful buys too numerous to mention .... Sale continues this week. . . . Don't miss it!!! THOMPSON JEWELERS 114 W. Main St. Biytheville, Ark. THOMPSON JEWELERS

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