High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 30 1974, Page 33

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 30, 1974, High Point, North Carolina In service the son of a Kernersville couple has been assigned to Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport min for duty with a unit of the air Force communications service. Air Force s. Sgt. Weldon k. Hamrick jr., son of or. And mrs Weldon k. Hamrick. 6017 Hill a Dale dr., is a communications Center specialist with the 1918th communications sad. A 1967 graduate of Davie county High school in Mocksville sgt. Hamrick attended Duke University. N State University at fort Bragg and the University of Maryland european division. He previously served with a . Air Force support unit at Kar Mursel common defense installation Turkey. His wife Linda is the daughter of or. And mrs. Enoch b. Prevette of it. I Harmony. Martin Draughn Roach Hayden coast guard Seaman apprentice Randall Martin son of or. And mrs. L. C. Martin or. Of 2608 Ingram Road graduated from recruit training at the coast guard Trinity Center Cape May n j. The training included instruction in seamanship damage control close order Drill first Aid. Marksmanship coast guard history and military regulations. Marine capt. Clarence m. Collins Iii whose wife Patricia is the daughter of. Or. And mrs. William j. Rafferty of 620 Holly St., Asheboro qualified As a pistol Sharpshooter while undergoing his annual marksmanship training at the new River Marine corps air station Jacksonville no. He serves with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron at the air station. A1969 graduate of Belmont College he joined the Marine corps in August 1969. Airman John a. Noel son of or. And mrs. John e. Noel or. Of by. La Denton has graduated at Lowry fab colo., from the . Air Force nuclear weapons specialist course conducted by the air training command. The airman who was trained to assemble and repair nuclear weapons is being assigned to Seymour Johnson fab for duty with a unit of the strategic air command airman Noel graduated in 1973 from Trinity senior High school and attended Davidson Community College the son of a High Point couple has been assigned to Minot. Fab n.d., for duty with a unit of the strategic air command. Airman first class Floyd d. Marshall jr., son of or. And mrs. Floyd d. Marshall sr., 1017 Meadowbrook blvd., is a Security policeman with the 91st Security police Squadron. A 1969 graduate of t. W. Andrews High school airman Marshall previously served at Clark a Philippines. Navy airman ret. James w. Roach son of or. Dennis Road of 809 w. Green St., graduated from recruit training at the naval training Center great lakes Iii. The training included instruction in seamanship military regulations fire fighting close order Drill first Aid and Navy history. . Air Force it. Col. Norman e. Miner Orson of or and mrs. Norman e. Miner or. Of 333 Eldorado rd., Asheboro has assumed command of the 341st missile maintenance Squadron at Malmstrom fab Mont. Col. Miner s unit is a part of the strategic air command. The colonel a 1951 graduate of Oak Ridge military Institute received his b. S. Degree and commission in 1957 from the . Naval Academy. He earned his m s. Degree in 1970 at the University of Southern California. Marine 1st it. Larry d. Outlaw whose wife Debra is the daughter of mrs. Dorothy Hill of 505 player drive has returned to the new River Marine corps air station Jacksonville n c., after participating in training exercises at Yuma Ain. During the 19-Day deployment he and other members of Marine helicopter attack Squadron 269 conducted desert operations which included air to ground ordnance delivery and attack helicopter tactics. A 1970 graduate of Davidson county Community College he joined the Marine corps in february 1971. His parents or. And mrs. Joseph outlaw reside on Crestview drive in Thomasville. Navy Seaman ret. Rickie f. Hayden son of or. And mrs. Raymond f. Hayden of it. 3, Asheboro graduated from recruit training at the naval training enter. Great lakes Iii. The training included instruction in seamanship military regulations fire fighting close order Drill first Aid and Navy history. Navy Seaman ret. Jackie r. Draughn. Son of mrs. Ruth Owens of 900 Sharon St., graduated from recruit training at the naval training Center great lakes 111. The training included instruction in seamanship military regulations fire fighting close order Drill first Aid and Navy history. Navy electrician s mate in. Bobby l. Saunders son of mrs. Allice m. Kennedy of Lexington has returned to Norfolk va., aboard the destroyer Harold j. Ellison after a cruise in the Mediterranean. He helped provide training to More than 450 reservists who were embarked aboard the ship to fulfil their annual Active duty requirements. Saunders also visited Naples Italy and Barcelona Spain while in the Mediterranean. He joined the Navy in november 1956. . Choice beef store hours 8 30 . 9 . Mon. Sat. Sunda i . 6 . Whole Boneless round tips formerly called sirloin tips . Grade baking hens af9 to 12 la. Avg.5 to 7 la. Avg. Cut into steaks roasts amp trimmings at no extra charge. U. S. Choice beef formerly called sirloin tip Boneless round tip roast a a a la Boneless round tip Steak .$1 48 Armour Star chef s Pride Chicken or Ham salad 7 of. Cup ass t flavors fruit jell ii?2 39� 12 of. Pkg. 98 $ Bacon. Skinless amp de veined beef liver78 lean Boneless corned beef brisket. $118 buy amp save seafood clean Cut american Chicken. Lolly farms Chicken comes in Over 30 assortments. So you buy just the right amount of the right meat for the meal that you re planning. And every piece is cleanly knife Cut by hand with no ragged edges no l one splinters and no Bone meal. Arms Quot the one to pick to be sure. Combination Pak Fryer parts breast with ribs thighs drumsticks la. 78 savings Gorton s fish Sticks Singleton s stuffed a crab meat flounder mrs. Paul s buttered fish fillet 15 of. Pkg. 4 of. Pkg. To of. Pkg Large Golden Ripe Large yellow Florida bananas avocados onions bag

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