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August 14, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1953 News of Men t In the Service Cpl Edwin W. Wagner, (son of Mr. and. Mrs. Mile* Wagner of St 3, Kennett, ii en route to the U. S. after serving with the 45th Infantry Division In Korea. Cpl. Wagner »rrived in Korea in August, 1951, and a demolitions specialist in the ST»Hi Regimental Combat Team's First Battalion Headquarters- Pvt. Thomas Crossno, whose wife, Jovoe, and mother, Mrs. Mable Williams, live at Kennett, is serving in Korea with the 45th Infantry Division. A cook in Company D of the 279th Regiment, Pvt. Crossno, entered th« Army last October. Pvt. John B Frost, son of Mr. and Mrs J. J. Pr°st of Rt. 2, Steele, has recently arrived in Korea for duty with the 45th Infantry Division. M|8st. Issiah Brown, whose wife, Amelia, lives in Osceola, is a mem- Iwr of an ammunition company that has been awarded a commendation for outstanding service during recent operations in Korea. Sgt. Brown has been awarded both the UN *nd Korean Service Ribbons with three campaign stars. Sgt. lie Wesley H. Wright, whose wife, Mildred, lives In Manila. Route 2, recently joined the 7th Infantry Division in Korea. Sgt. Wright has been in the Army since July, 1»48. Bobby 0. Damon, airman, USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Damon of Blytheville, is now with Fighter Squadron 151 aboard the aircraft carrier DSS Boxer off the coast of North Korea. Capt. Harry R. Harp, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L, Harp, Blytheville, is now assigned to Ernest Harmon APB Newfoundland as navigator with the Air Transport Squadron. Prior to his arrival at Earnest Harmon earlier this summer, he was assigned to Memphis Municipal Airport, Tenn. James R. Wright, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Ira R. Wright, Osceola. a student at the University of Texas, Is among more than 750 Midshipmen of the second group of WROTC to receive amphibious warfare training at the U. S. Naval Base, Little Creek, Va. Pvt. Lonnie Dempsey, whose wife, M«vfc, lives In Blytheville, is now serving with the 68th Antl-Alrcrnft Artillery Group in Alaska. Pvt Dempsey is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie D. Dempsey of Conway, Ark. Austin Williamson, son of Burt S. Williamson, Blytheville, was recently promoted to sergeant while serving as a cook at the Army's 279th General Hospital near Osaka, Japan. Troy W. Langston, fireman, USN, NAVY CADET — Naval Aviation Cadet Russell Phillips. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Phillips, of Blytheville. has received his orders to active duty for flight training at the Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla. PARATIIOOPKH — Pvt. Onial Pearson, whose sister. Mrs. Hollis Ashmore. lives in Blytheville, is now taking advanced training with the paratroopers at Ft. Bragg, N. C. AT FT. BRAGG — Pfc. Jimmy D. Nash, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nash. Blytheville. Route 4, recently spent a few days at home. Pfc. Nash, a paratrooper, Is assigned to the Psycological Warfare Center at Ft. Bragg. N. 0. WITH MEDICS — Pvt. James J. Cagle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cagle of Blytheville. is now stationed with the Medical Corps at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex. soil of Mr. and Mrs. Troy O. Lances- ton of Osceola, Is now serving aboard the destroyer USS Gurke in Korean waters. Troy Laugston's wife, Bobble, lives in Kaiser. Howell D. Boyd, Midshipman 3|c, is spending three weeks in Blytheville wilh his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Aubrey H. Boycl. Midshipman Boyd spent t\vo months aboard the crufi- ier USS Mncon, which took part in the 1953 Midshipman Training Cruise. Storks fasten their nests to house roofs with gluo when the slope Is too grcnt. The glutinous saliva is made by the birds themselves. Gives Advice To Pastors LODI. C»lif. HP)—Don't place religion on an emotional basis. Dr. Taylor O- Bunch of Washington, D. C, told » Seventh-day Adventtst camp meeting here. "Don't yel! at your congregation." he advised, "because it turns people away from the church." And. he cautioned, don't pound the pulpit, wall or beat the air with arms going HUe a windwill. "I can't imagine Christ, the world's foremost preacher, doing any of these things," said Dr. Bunch, pastor of the largest Adventiet Church in the U.S. Bridge Club Meet* Mixed summer flowers were used In decorations In the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Elstncr D. Beall when th«y entertained their Finesse Bridge Club Tuesday evening Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Eoberl Moore nnd George Whitfield. Mis. Owen Sadler and Mr. Beali were high score winner in the evening's same. The hostess served a dessert course- Mr. and' .Mrs. Curtis Miller will leave Saturday for a visit with his sister, Mrs. 0. B. Owens, and family In Hannibal, Mo. Before returning home they will also visit in Ste. Genevieve, Mo., with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brown and relatives in St. Louis- Mrs. Asa Porter and daughter, Linda, returned home Wednead&y from Calvert City, Ky., after spending the past two week* In the home ol her brother. Ployd Fryer, and his family. Mrs. Porter has been nursing her sister-in-law who is recovering from a serious illness. Mr. and Mrs. Earline Ethridge and family have moved to Greensville, Ind. Mr. Ethridge was formerly employed at Buckeye Cotton Oil Company. Evadale Unit, and Mrs. Ethridge was employed at Lee Wilson Company Store. Mrs. Charles Andrews, Miss Modene Andrews and Mrs. Ivan Haynes were called to Stuttgart, Monday, due to the death of Mrs. Andrew's nephew Gene Kinney. They return- ed homi Tuesday. Mr. ind Mrs. John Hiynec and Ivan Haynes attended the funeral of Mr. Haynes' uncle, W. C. Campbell, in Forrest Citv, Sunday. Mr. and Mr«. Marshall woodyard and their family are spending their vacation with her father, J. M. Stout, and her brothers, Harry and Frank Stout, and their families in Rldgeland, Mis*. Jimmy Lee Stevens, of Osceola Is conducting a revival at the Baptist Chapel this week. Mr. and Mrs. Maury TJpton and daughter, Vickie, left Friday tori Flint, Mich., for a visit with her parents. . | Mrs. Ed Love of Carlisle, Ark., ls ! the guest of her sister, Mrs. Charles Andrews, and her family this week Mise Glenda Ray of Blytheville was the week end guest of Miss Joyce Haynes. Mr .and Mrs. Bill Cherry and son, Vickey, of Memphis were the week I end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Haynes. Mr«. J. B. Lovett and eons, John and Jim, returned home Wednesday from Birmingham, Ala., where they visited her brother. Lawrence coleman, and family. Mr. • Lovctt's mother, Mrs. Edna Lovett ,of Shaw, Miss., accompanie dthem. Officers of the Wilson High School Student Council who «rt attending the State Student Council Conference in Conway this week are Bob Douglas, president, and Howard Lynn Cisscll, vice-president. J. D. Roberts, school princip&l accompanied them. 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