JH3KKA (FHTNC) Seeing that
Marine here in the field are prop
erly paid it the Job of Marine M
Sgt Ifelvin W. Grady, ton. of Mr.
and Bra. John J. Grady of Kenans
wffle,,;; C and husband of the
tenter Miss Edith R. Chase of Nor.
ioHc,Va. Grady is serving as dis
herring chief with the Disbursing
Section, Headquarter .-and Service
, Company, 1st Marine Regiment. He
supervises Bookkeepers and ac
countants in maintaining the indi-
wiewal Marines pay record. Before
entering the Marine Corps in April,
UBS. M. M. TH1GPEM
BeadkTffle, It. C
WAE&MP N. C
ROSE BOX, N. C.
ImO, he graduated from B. F. Grady
High ScheoL , ;
U.. PV. JOHN P. THZGPEN ....
25th DIV,.KQREA Army Pvt
John P. Thlgpen, ton of Willie H.
Thlgpen, Pink Hllli N. C, Is serv
ing in Korea with the 25th Infantry
Bushed to Korea during the early
days of the conflict, the ."Tropic
Lightning" division took part in
some of the most bitter " lighting
on the peninsula. It is now under
gone Intensive post-truce training
Private Thigpen entered the Ar
my in November 1953 and complet
ed basic training at Fort Jackson,
PVT. HUBERT WASHINGTON
TJ. & FORCES, ALASKA Army
Pvt Hubert P. Washington, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Washington,
Kenansville, N. C recently joined
he Army at Fort Richardson, Alas
ka. Army units stationed in .Alaska
undergo intensive field training
while guarding the northern ap
proaches to the United States.
Private Washington, a .member of
the 196th Regimental Combat Team,
entered the Army last February
and completed basic training at
Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
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Hry; Pinvfctd Sandwich Stacks
CM. TYSON DOBSON, JR.
U. S. FORCES. ALASKA Cpl.
Tyson Y. Dobson, Jr., whose par
ents amd wife, Pansy, live in Beula
ville, N. C, is returning to the U.
S. after serving with the 4th Regi
mental Combat Team in Alaska.
Corporal Dobson, a 1952 graduate
of the University of North Carolina,
entered the Army in October of the
He was a supply clerk in Com
pany K of the Combat Team.
Thaw four layer ataeka hold salmon and egg salad tiling and a sur
prise jpresd-avocado-cottag cheese.
Go around in circle but go around in the right way. Make a big
tray of Pinwheel Sandwich Stacks. Just right for informal meal are
four-layer sandwiches, each serving almost a complete meal.
These Stacks can be made ahead of time, covered loosely with waxed
paper and held in the refrigerator until needed a few hours later To
make: prepare your favorite salad fillinn taatv ubmn nJ ..i. j
(The third filling holds the surprise a smooth avocado and cottagt
run cottaire (
and Worcestershire aauca.
Spread these fillinga on alternate slice of buttered enriched and
whole wheat bread. Stack four layer high and cover tops with smooth
cream cheese icing, trim crusts and cut diagonally. Arrange triangles in
a circle. As a finishing touch to this jiffy summer sandwich entree, fea
eaeh irtJ" K'iltenin" "raid pickle fan aop
o. ror uus spread, combine cup mashed avocado with M
sheeae and season to tutt with lf -i i ..;
. t J IWMWM JIUCB!
Pinwheel Sandwich Ktarlra
slice enriched bread cup egg salad fllling-
ifSfiEil! 1 (3-ounce) package cream
. -o --r iiiwKiuiii cneese
Mange in ene
or two Appli
cations or Money Refun
For Sale By
Warsaw Drug Co.
Kenansville Drug Co.
. 8 oz. Bottle $1.00
PVT. EDWARD E. ROUSE
3D IMV., KOREA Army Pvt. Ed
ward E. Rouse, 20, whose wife, Dor
othy Lucille, and mother, Mrs.
Perry Barwick, live on Route 1,
Mount Olive, N. C, is serving in
Korea as a member of the 3d In
fantry Division's 15th Regiment,
which celebrated the 156th anni
versary of its organization on July
The 'tRock of the Marne" divi
sion, which saw bitter fighting in
the Iron Triangle and at Outpost
Harry, is now training as part of
the U. fi. security force on the pen
insula. Private Rouse, a member of Com
pany Ji., arrived in Korea this May
from an assignment at Fort Lewis,
Wash. He entered the Army in No
cup salmon salad nlling
. cup avocado-cottage cheese
S tablespoons milk
4 nm4 niMrljaa
Ming 1 stuffed olive
Spread bread with butter. Cover 4 slices enriched bread with S tat'c
poons salmon salad and a alice of whole wheat bread. Spread 3 table
spoon avocado-cottage cheese filling over whole wheat bread and ton
with a slice of enriched bread. Spread 3 tablespoons egg salad filiinff
over enriched bread and top with a slice of wholeVheat Yr ead. Combine
cream cheese and milk and spread over top of each sandwich st.vx.
Trim off crusts. Cut each stack m two, on the diagonal. Garnh
with a pickle fan or slice of stuffed olive. Arrange triangles on a plan
ts form a pinwheel pattern.
TJELIt: 8 Pinwheel Sandwich Stacks.
BOBBY G. CHESTNUTT
PACIFIC FLEET (FHTNC)
Heritage Street X
In Kinston V
Fifty-five ship Task Force 12 gave
the residents of the Puget Sound
area an impressive and spectacular
view of U. S. Naval might upon
their arrival in the Pacific North
west Saturday, July 31st. They took
part in the annual Seattle "Seafair"
and visited Seattle, Tacoma, Ever
ett and Bellingham, Wash.
Aboard the radar picket destroy
er TJSS Rogers was Bobby G.
Chestnutt, boatswain's mate sea
man, USN, son of Mrs. Emily Boy
ette of Route 1, Rose Hill, N. C.
SGT ROBERT E. CREECH
Sgt. Robert E. Creech, 22, whose
wife, TMary, lives in Phenix City,
Ala., recently was assigned to the
Bremerhaven Port of Embarkation
Located in a U. S. enclave on the
North Sea, Bremerhaven is the maj
or -supply port for U. S. troops in
Germany and the only principal
seaport in Europe entirely under
The son of Mr. and Mrs .J. E.
Creech, Route 1, "Warsaw, N. C,
Creech is a postal specialist in the
Station Complement Detachment.
A veteran of three years previous
service, he served with the 5th
Regimental Combat Team in Ko
rea. He was employed by the Pen
insula Life Insurance Co. in Co
lumbus, Ga., before reentering the
Army last November.
PVT. JAMES B. FOUNTAIN
2D ARMORED DIV., GERMANY
Army Pvt. James B. Fountain,
20, son of Mr. and Mrs. John N.
Fountain, N. C, recently joined the
2d Armored Division in Germany.
The "Hell on Wheels" division,
which spearheaded the World War
II drive into Germany, is now train
ing vigorously as part of the U. S.
Private Fountain, a member of
the division's Combat Command R,
entered the Army in September
1953 and was formerly stationed at
Fort Story, Va.
Before entering the Army he at
tended the University of North Car
olina at Chapel Hill.
Latest official new-car registration, figures
for the 6-month period ending June 30, 1954, show
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It is the only car in the low-price field that offers
... a V-8 engine . . . Ball-Joint Front Suspension . . .
w ith Ford Dealers selling more cars than any other dealers .
with Ford sales up 48 when the industry as a whole is gelling
fewer cars . . . with more people buying more Fords than ever
before, there can be little doubt that today's Ford is your best buy,
too. For what other car at Ford's price offers you V-8 power?
What other car at Ford's price brings you Ball-Joint Front Sus
pension and trend-setting beauty? And what other car at any price
returns you so high ji share of your money at trade-in-time as
Ford? The answer is simply this: no car at any price brings you bo
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OUtCl! R. L Pek and Company. Rtol.
IrotloiM for January Ihrauah Jww, 1954,
'-'m month for which flour t are available.
Veterans" with active service on
or fater June 27, 1950, may qualify
for VA guaranteed or Insured loan
to purchase homes, farm and busi
nesses under the same condition
that apply, to the GI loan program
for World War. fl. veteran. s
Eligibility requirements Include:
(1) a discharge or separation under
conditions other than dishonorable;
(2) active military service any
place in the world at any time on
or after June 27, 1950, and prior to
the end of the present emergency, a
date yet to be established by Presi
dential proclamation or by a con
current resolution of the Congress;
and 3) at least 90 days' total service,
unless discharged sooner for disa
bility. Unremarried widows of men who
served during that period and who
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a service-connected disability also
World War II veterans who re-
CPU GARLAND JL BROWN
PORT CAMPBELL, KENTUCKY
Corporal GSrtand L. Brown, son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown ofTt
Magnolia, recently departed this
station on a temporary duty as
signment to attemd the Army Para
chute Packing, Maintenance and
Aerial Delivery School at Fort Lee,
Virginia. Cpl. Brown is a member
of the 11th Airborne Quartermaster
Parachute Supply and Maintenance
Company, 11th Airborne Division,
Fort Campbell, Kentucky.
This extensive twelve week course
is designed to train select person
nel in the packing personnel and
equipment type parachutes, repair
of parachutes, and the rigging of
heavy equipment for dropping by
parachute from an aircraft in flight.
Upon completion of the school Cpl.
Brown will return to the Parachute
Supply and Maintenance Co. where
he will serve in his capacity as a
qualified army parachute rigger.
zCpl. Brown entered the army in
February of 1953. He is a graduate
of the Army Parachute Jump School
at Fort Benning, Georgia.
turned to active duty In the armed
farce since June 37, 1950 will have
their unused loan entitlement un
der the World War n GI Bill can.
celed when they are released from
active duty and will receive new
entitlement under the Korean GI
Bill The restul Is that these World
War II veteran, like all veteran
eligible under the Korean GI Bill,
will have 10 year from the end
of the present emergency to obtain
' World n veteran who have sold
the home or farm they purchased
with VA guaranteed or jsured loans
under the original GI Bill may have
new and full loan guaranteed right
under the Korean GI Bill provided
VA has not incurred any liability
or suffered any loss' on the loans.
This same renewal of right applies
to veterans who have disposed of
real property purchased with the
aid of. GI. Business loans which
was guaranteed or insured under
the World War H GI BilL .
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