The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 5, 1953 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO (ARK.). fOUIUKR NEWS , AUGUST S, 1998 News of Men In the Service Six Mississippi rounly men linvo began Iru'ir military training with Company D, 31st Mfdium Tank Bal- tailion. at Camp Roberts, Calif., They are: Pvts. Willie L. Davis, son of Mrs. Elcnore • Dnvis; Charles E. Emery, son of Mr. find Mi's, .lames .1. Emery; Franklin Ray. son of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Hay, Jumps M. Tucker, 6on of .Mrs. X. C. Tucker; Lynn M. Gee. .=on of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow W. Gee. all of Rlythcville. been assigned lo Company D, 3i.- of Mr. and Mrs. Kovil Hati-v, Osceo- :is follows; No. 2KB Estate of J O, Oasklll, dcveased. Final report of Edna Qas- kill filed July ], 1053. No. 2151 Estate, of Walker H. Halt No .7137. Estate of Magnie Booker, deceased. Final report of Upton Booker iiled July 13, 1953. All persons Interested in the settlement of any of the above estates er. deceased. First and final report are warned to file exceptions thereof ivarl Baker filed July 10, 1053. I lo if any have the on or before the sixtieth day following the fllhiK of the respective account, [ailing which they will be barml forever Irom excepting to the accounts. Witness my hand and seal as such Clerk this the 3 day of August, 1053. Elizabeth Dlylhe Parker, Clerk By Felton Miles, DO \Kool-Oid\ IBUY6PKGS.-SAVEM I'l.'fil'I.i: IIKART-CpI. Siimunl I. I.c,in. Mm (il Mr. and Mr*. Joe UT. Holhtnd. l.s presented Hie purple Il'-iir! for injuries received while servint; with tlu; First Miiri- ne Division in Korea. Cpl. Letter is now filaUoiH'd in Japan. ni.VTMKVIM.K MKN AT CAMP ROBERTS—Six of I ho men who tmv been :is:iinnC(l lo Ciimp Roberts. Ciilif., to becm their military IrainiiiK as rombnt infantrymen are (top row, tcfl to riiiiii PvU. Doiiiij.ld E. Gilford, Adran O. DowninK, William H. Sac-rider. (Bot- (oiii row i I'vis. Bobby R. Siniili, Logan I'crkins. Charles R. Hunter, al! ui BlyUievillc. Pvt, Billy G. Siewnrl. arliUrr.- man. .son of Mr. and .Mrs. Leland Stewart., LeachviUe, lias arrived in Korea for duty with the I bird Infantry Division. Pvt- Thomas A. Cms>no. mor!;i!'- rrmn, IIO?P \vifp, .lovre, IJVPS jit Kennett, Mo., Route 3. is now in Korea a it ached to the 45th Infantry Division. Pvt- EvPi'Ht J. Woodard, son of Mary Henderson, has brrn n?sip]iotJ fo Combat Command B. FdM- Armored Division, Fort Hood, Texas, for basic training. Last week. Pvt. Garv Taylor, in (raining at Camp Rub, r:=. Calif-. was erroneously identified as Karl Taylor. Privali? Tfiylor's parent:; lives at 128 E. Sycamore. Pvt, Robert H. Pen-y'iri of Bly- iheville. has been awurinrd In Company B, of (.he 4R1H -MB. iU Onmp Roberts. Calif-. 10 brcin military training. Tlt.AlXn;—Pvt.Wade O, Reeves. Ji 1 .. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. HKUS In hi t n a siuird to Com bin Command B. First Annorfd Division, Fort, Hood, for basic Training. fe*Y I* ^- y >4V ^ Norri.s E. ooprr, whoRe wifp. Jn;in lives in Senath, Mo., wns rccc-nily promoted to rovpoi-.sl \vhil^ MM-vine with the I96th ncRiuu'iitnl Cnmbiil Team nt Fort- Ridiarfi.son. Al:isi;ii. Corpornl Cooper, n comuiuuir'.it- lons specialist, is thp son nf Mr. and Mrs. John E- Coopt-r. Kninctt. Rt. First Lh. HiMirrr C. Sims. of Dr. find Mrs. H. C. Sims, is at-- i-cntlinK a four-work orient a I ion rouvpfi in niilitnvy nirrtiral service fit Fort Snm HOUMOU, Trxns. H;n'\vord G Piirt.lnw. son of Mr. :ind Mrs. H. O- ParUcnv, received his conunissinn ns n .signal Corps second licutduint. n| ("Jiiinp Cinrdon, Gii . iifltT (•(UH\)lc(\ns' vi f^ix \vvrks niK'ii.'iive i rain ing at ROTC sum- MISSCO— Four men from Mississippi County hiivfi nrrivotl »t, Fort Hood. Texas, and been assiR- nefl to Combat Command "B" of The First Armored Division for Basic tralnhiK, They nre iPfL and riph!. topi Pvt/i. Billy E. North- cm!. BlyUieville; Elom E. McNnbb Wilson ; i hot.t orti . t Billy R. Brothers. BlyMieville; Johnny D. Smith, Biytheville. Reaci Courier News Ciassificd Ads IN llOSPITAI^-Pfc. Joe N. Benton, son of Mrs- Minnie Cor (ledge, is now in an army hospital in nn after beinff wounded while serving with the 17th Infantry regiment in Korea. NOTICI-: OF .ACCOUNTS OF I \I ( UTOKS AM) ADMINISTRATORS F1LF.I> Notice is hereby given th,at during I he month of July, 1953 the following ficrountf- of Execulnrs and Ad- mini Ii iir i.s have been iilcd. Cor sot- tli'iiH'nt :ui(i (;onfirnnitinn in the Probate Conn for the Chickasaw- b i Di 11 nt of Mississipjii County. Aik in i«, ind Utat such act'oun •with thnr respective filing dales are 406 W. Main Phone 4591 SAVE $30-$ REG. 244.95 REFRIGERATOR REG. 354.95 HOME FREEZER 8.7 cu. /(. 214.88 Ask otouf Term* holds 476 Ibs. 353.88 Ask about Term* Check the handy features. Full-width freezer stores 42 Ibs. rV'- 1 . -;Hth food freshener holds 22 qts. 2 cub*e trays with jiffy ii^f ^cituji-4 u.id pluslic dividers. 3 doui shti.ti. Sale-priced now when you need it most for freezing summer foe- 1 '. 9. v. p *re ba:!;ets and 2 dividers rrn':e if easy to sort iv,-us. 1^.6 LO. ft. fieezer. Inii-.iur liyiit, lockii.y hoiidle. 406 W. Main Phone 4591 ick refresh meiit Coca-Cola is world famous for quick roireshmcnt When hot weather slows you up, have n Coke. Be refreshed ... be yourself again. SAVE ON REMODELING BOI1UO UNOE« AUTHO«II» OF tut COCA.-C.OIA COMFANV ,, COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF BLYTHEVILLE fey.ilorci, tta e rnoit (g) I ?.'.,! tut COCA-COl A COMPANY r~ REGULAR 104.99 STEEL SINK Priced Inv.- 97.88 Use FHA Terma No money down, up to 3 yrs. to pay on FHA Terms. 54 steel cabinet sink with porcelain-enameled top resists household acids, stains. 2 drawers, 3 compartments. Recessed doors. With faucet and slrainer. GAS-FIRED FLOOR FURNACE Rtg. 12.1.95 1Q9.88 *Wo money down on FHA Terms — up to 3 yrs. to pay. Automatic, built-in temperature conlrol. No electrical wiring necessary. Pilot shuts off gas if flame goe» out. .15,000 BTU. AGA appr. Sizes to 65,000 BTU. We handle insinuation. NO MONEY DOWN ON FHA TERMS Enjoy modern home Improvements now—take up to 3 years to pay. 4x8 FT. PLYWOOD now 3- ply 4.45 VJ" t)licli Versatile plywood panels for Interior use. Use UK wnMboard, on ceilings, for shelves, etc. ROLLER TRAY COMB. special 139 Handy, pasy to use paint srt. Roller, tray and dauber, complete . . . REG. 4.89 GLOSS ENAMEL 4.37 Easy to apply in a smooth evr-n finish. Washes easily, retains Us color and gloss. GALVANIZED EAVES TROUGH 10% Off Protect your home airainsl (he rainy fall weather that will soon be here. GAS WATER HEATER Reg. 61.50 61.44 Hot water round the clock. 20- irallnn "capacity. AOA approved. ..77.50 30-Gallon Heater 73.88 WOOD CLOSET SEAT Reg. 4.95 4.44 Fits any closet. Solid hardwood resists splitting, -f coat enamel finish. Chrome-plated (Utings. MEDICINE CABINET Reg. 10.05 9.97 All steel construction, 3 shelves In rahfnnt, 4 In dnor, plenty of storage space. II K I!)" mirror. WARDS SUPER HOUSE PAINT 1.37 4.27 JaA to 5'f You can't give your home a finei Tinish than with Wards Super House Paint. Rich in finest ingredients, Super white contains Titanium Dioxide for high hiding power, and self-cleaning ability. Also in colors. 85c ROOF COATING 74c Gal. Wards Asphalt Roof ond Foundation Coating*—makes for woter- tinht foundation!. 3.55 five gallons 3.17 REGULAR 2.05 TRIM PAINT 1.84 Qt. Wards Super Trim and Shutter Paint. Finest quality — durable. In fade-resistant colors for exterior Irim.Sale priced. fit

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