The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 17, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 17, 1955
Page 5
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THURSDAY, MARCH H, BLYTHEVrLLK (ARK.) COURIER HBW1 PAGE FTVE News ol Men In the Service P(c. Harry D. Olree, 24. son of Harvey L. Olree, Braggadocio, recently spent * week's leave in Tokyo from Ills unit in Korea. Private First class Olree, a parti specialist In the 51st Engineer Depot Company, has been oversea! since last May. He is a 1953 graduate ot Harding College, Searcy, Ark. Donald L. McNew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wlnfred McNew, Senath, recently was promoted while serving with the 432<1 Engineer Battalion In Germany. Corporal McNew, a mechanic in the battalion's Company A. entered the Army In August 1953 and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He arrived In Europe in January 1954. The corporal attended Hadley Technical High School. He was employed as a sales clerk by Maisak- Handler Shoe Co. before entering the Army. ' Cpl. Drewey o'Dell, son of Mrs. Mary Mitchell of Blytheville was recently assigned to Headquarters Company First Battalion of Ihe famous 508th -Red Devil" Airborne Regimental Combat Team, the only such combat team in the United States, now stationed at Fort Campbell, Ky. NON-COM OF THE WEEK — M/Sgt. Harold White, son of Mrs N. F. White of Blytheville, was selected Non-Commissioned Officer of the Week at Laredo Air Force Base. Sgt. White has been in the service since 1941, and has served in the Pacific. He has been awarded the Good Conduct medal, America Defense medal, American Theater medal, Victory medal and (he Asiatic Pacific ribbon. While is married and has two children. INSTRUCTOR — 2nd U. Paul A. Slleer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Slicer, 606 W. Washington, Kcnnett, is serving as an instructor at the 1st Division Artillery non-commissioned Officer academy in Germany. Lieutenant Slicer entered the Army in May 1954. The 26-year-old soldier is a graduate of Kenneit High School and a member of Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Phi and Alpha Pi Zeta fraternities. Cpl. Robert H. Rakest.-aw. son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil B. Rakestraw. OBCeola, recently participated in Exercise Roundup, an Army training maneuver in Austria. Corporal Rakestraw, a gunner with the 4th Field Artillery Battery, entered the Army in September 1953 and arrived overseas in March 1954. He is a 1953 graduate of Osceola High School. Cpl. Stanley M. Stanton. son of Mr. and Mrs. Rawleigh M. Stanlon. Route 3, Leachville, Is a cannoneer with the 510th Field Artillery Battalion B. stationed in Austria. He entered the Army in September 1953 and arrived overseas in March 1954 from Camp Chaffee, Ark. Pvt. Hershcl E. Johnson, son of Mrs. Molllfc Johnson, Route 3. Bly- thevllle. recently participated in Exercise Roundup, an Army training maneuver In Austria. Private Johnson, a member of the 350th Infantry Regiment's Medical Company, entered the Army last August and complete, basic train-* —— ini: at Camp Gordon. Ga. : _ . , The 26-year-old soldier Is a 19.ii Wrong Information graduate of Blytheville High School. I STATIONED IN SAN ANTONIO — Charles Elder is stationed at San Antonio, Tex., at Lackland Air Force Base. He is the son of Mamie Elder. 905 McDan- lel. Elder entered the Air Force on Feb. 15. SIGNAL CORPS — James R. Bullard. hon of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bullard of Jonesboro is in the Sjynal Corps at Camp Gordon, Ga. He is a graduate of Manila Hiph School, attended Georgia Tech and Arkansas State College where he was in ROTC work. His basic.ends April 2. HOLLAND NEWS By Mm. Voris Workman In observance of the 43rd anniversary of Girl Scouting, the Scouts, Brownies, , leaders and chairmen of Holland, Steele and Cooler presented a program followed by a tea In the Holland auditorium last Tuesday night. The program consisted of the World Song, the flag ceremony, a playet, "Friendship of Countries," the history of scouting, the taking of an offering for the Juliet Lowe Friendship fund, and a closing song, "Ol.rl Scouts Together." The program was'followed by Mrs. Les- Mrs. Cletus Bailey and Mrs. Homer Smith, representatives of tile Culbertson Homemakers Club, attended the county recreational meeting ni Carulhersville Friday, which was held for the recreational leaders of extension and 4-H clubs. Visitors at the Methodist Church Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith of Steele and Barbara Taylor ol Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kenley and son, Jack, were in Cape Oirardeau Friday night to see the class B ter Graham, Scout chairman of]stale basketball games and saw Steele, serving punch and Scout cookies to the Scouts and guests. Officials .present for the meeting besides Mrs. Graham were Miss Illena Aslin, chief executive of j visited Mrs. S. J. Workman Southeast Missouri Scouting, lead- day afternoon. The two men also ers Mrs. J. B. Holly and Mrs. visited Mrs. Hooper Azbill. who is Branson win over Buffalo and Warrensburg. over Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. John Azbill of Ri.sco and Amer Azbill of Parma i Terrorists Aid Malaya , Rail Traffic BINGAPOK.K 'A — The demand for tickets on the night train from Singapore to Ku^la Lumpur is .so brisk that they must he picked up 48 hours before departure. The Malayan Railways is getting back, some of the business lost to airlines because of Communist terrorism. There was .. time when it was common for terrorists to derail and wreck passenger trains. A train wreck hasn't happened' for a long time now, for the Reds! have been driven deeper into the jungle. The railway administration . has lost no time m bettering its; service. It has ordered six new diesel en- ters." They complained ttw children have been "burned, assailed, assaulted, kicked and abused" by older children MI the busses. School officials say the matter u 111 the hands of Juvenile Court. Parents Want Action to Stop Bus 'Rowdyism' WARWICK, R. I. f/p,_Parents of 10 Oakland Beach children who have been abused by rowdies on school buses decided at a nc-igh- horhood meeting la.ii Might to keep i Diiiuii rev, it. ivi., -A.-, wen aa ILJ Ihe children home "until some ac- [ Mexico and Peru, was the Swisa- tion is taken to protect ihe S'oungs-' American, Adolph Bandelier. SURVEYED ARKA First scientist to make a survey of the Indian country around Santa Fe., N. M. t as well as In Hays/i as em.' Honed sleeping and cars. All engines are restaurant painted in < Marvin Childers assistant leader! a patient in the Blytheville hospl- j bright colors. At the central termi- i Mrs Cletus Bailey, all of Holland, la!. nals of Singapore and the Malayan. J - ' capital of Kuala Lumpur, there are brunette "train hostesses" to give travel tips and to make a train, journey generally more pleasant. Mrs. Jimmy Stratum of Steele. .\] r . an d Mrs. Board Stivers re- Mrs. Hal Rhea of Cooler and chair- j turned home last week after spend- man Mrs. Chas. Cohoon of Holland. | j ng nearly 3 months with their - < granddaughter and family, Mr. and The Woman's Society for Chris- Mrs. Bill Moulton of Anna, 111. llan Service met at the Methodist Mrs. Moulton is the former Betty •' Who's Lost? . SYRACUSE, N. Y. i/T, — Iniri.v searchers scoured the countryside Church last Wednesday afternoon ; Stivers. A daughter was born to wilh seven members present and '• her and her husband while Mr. with Mrs Homer Smith presiding. : and Mrs. Stivers were there, this The program, "A Young Woman ibcini; iheir second daughter. Moves to the City," was presented) Mr. and Mrs. L. Kinder attended ln surburban Dewnt yesterday for. by Mrs Charles Cohoon with Mrs. the basketball games at Cape over Charlie Vogel, 4, whose parents had . L Kinder Mrs Lester WilferdUhe weekend and visited relatives reported him missing. Charlie was and Mrs. Vorls Workman giving! at Gordaiiville. j found two hours later— perched in j discussions. Afler Ihe lesson Ihe; Mrs. Joe Samford. school secre- i an applc tree '" the front - VRrd ' nominating committee met to se-: lal .y, was out O f sc hool last Thurs- the Society at the next business; Twenty-two children, less than meeting. | 50 percent, out of SO second grad• ! ers were present at Sunday School Mr. and .Mrs. Ray Crews attend- or church Sunday. Fifteen mothers ed the Arkansas Stale Baptist (and 10 falhers of the group at- Trainlng- Convention at Little Rock: tended. Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Har-1 Mrs. Voris Workman. Holland riet Weaver and Lester I representative, was present Mon- Good Will Tour NEW DELHI t.y— Ex-King Noro- dom Sihanouk of Cambodia has arrived here with a 10-man good ( iviU mission to India. Graham of Steele substituted for, day night at the annual meeting of them at school Friday. , the Pennsc-ot County Unit of the Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. i Missouri Division of the American Crews went to Rector to visit Mrs.! Cancer Society in Caruthersville. Crews' mother who is in a critical; Wanda Samford entertained a condition suffering from a braini croup of twenty young people at tumor. She has been bedfast for j her home west of Holland, Monday over a year and has been in a : night. She served refreshments of coma for the past three weeks. . punch and wafer sandwiches. Lawrence Stivers is confined to Mr. arid Mrs. otto Childers have his home suffering from a heart; received word from their daughter. ailment and has been ordered to j Betty Jo Cope, that she and her refrain from work for several j rived in Boston. England, where months. ' daughter. Vicki Lynnc. have, ar- Bcimy Joe Harris entered the. they have joined Betty's husband. Chickasawba Hospital Saturday j Thurman Cope, who is serving with seeking relief from severe head- ; ihe USAF Infirmary. Mrs. Cope aches, and was transferred to the' was given a surprise going-away Veterans' Hospital at Memphis,' party Feb. 19, at the home of Mrs. Monday. ' Marvin Childers. She and her j daughter sailed from New York Feb. 23 on the ship.Liberte and arrived in England March 1. ! Way to Settle It Isn't it Legal? LANSING, Mich. (>Pi—A woman legislator wants toenail painting by manicurists legalized in Michigan. Rep. Charline White, Detroit Democrat, says' pedicuring is being practiced but state law governing cosmetology makes no provision for It. PROVIDENCE, R. I. OP; — Philip [ KENObHA, Wis. 'fff — The Keno- Ssntamaria, 31, brought into court [ slia county Board was split on re- lor driving without a license, said ! naming Paschen Lake. Some mem- it wasn't his third offense, as police claimed, but only the second. Judge Luigi DePasquale told officers to check the record and said to Santamaria: "II il is the third time, I'll send you to jail for telling me differently." It was, and he did — for 10 days. bers wanted to call it Benet Lake and others. Lake Shangri-la. The board tin ally settled by ordering the lake cut In half, the northern part to be known as Lake Shangrila, and i.he southern part as Benet Read Courier News Classified Ads. the French can drape a shape Pink - Blue - French Coffee Use Our Loy-A-Woy mademoielle' TP%** _KA 0 row* rifiNoir SHOI STORI WEEK-END SPECIALS Friday - Saturday - Monday Happy feet are on the go! Boy'* TENNIS SHOES $1.95 Sizes 11 to 6 Children's J Tennis Oxfords $1.95 Brown and Blue TWO TABLES Women's & Girls Shoes Drett Caiualt and Sport Stylet $179 L $[00 Jtwo Pair A PREVIEW OF FASHIONS FOR THE... By Maurice . . . 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