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Kingsport News (Newspaper) - December 19, 1945, Kingsport, TennesseeWednesday december 19, 1945 Kingsport news men and women in service m. A Willis hed with sinking tons of m. B. Willis Yeoman third class i enemy shipping and damaging an 1001 Gate City Highway Kingsport Tenn. Served aboard the attack cargo ship uss hyperion which travelled nautical Miles in the Pacific while carrying War cargo to scenes of important Battle actions. At Leyte for 15 Days the ship was under attack 37 times and is credited with shooting Down two Jap planes. She was at Okinawa in Days discharging cargo in the _ midst of air. Sea and land bombardments. Additional tons during six War patrols. Her biggest single kill was made on her fifth patrol when she Sank a Jap Tanker under cover of fog in the South China sea. The Bashaw one of the first of the Fleet s ships to be inactivated will be held ready for any future emergency. War vets recently discharged 11 discharged in magic Fleet Pearl Harbor t. Kingsport Navy men Are Enro Ute in All. The hyperion was overseas i Holne aboard one o 250 Craft in 23 months before returning to magic carpet Fleet Francisco with a record of having j they arc Briston Swininger made 62 voyages and carried husband of mra. Ruth h. Tons of cargo. Wininger and William h. Coffey c f Emo Mai Wininger is aboard the c. E. Adams radioman third Anri Coffey class user 1209 Chestnut Kings i aboard the less Freemont. Port. Tenn., served aboard the sub Marine uss Bashaw which is cred quickly relieves distress of head colds Roy c. Bryant Roy c. Bryant Seaman second class was recently admitted As a patient at the u. S. Naval Hospital Pensacola. Fla., according to a news bulletin from the eighth naval District. Bryant is the son of mrs. Fannie in Levins of 1518 Nail Street. He has spent three months overseas. Dewey f. Parker a Little Vatro nol up Dewey f. Parker Ion of each nostril promptly or. And mrs. Frank Parker 1605 relieves stiffly Stuffy roller Road arrived at Camp a distress of head colds Washington d. C., december . 15 according to a Telegram received by his family. Ill to Cpl Many sergeant Parker has been serving from developing in China with the 14th . Since u used in time. Try it october. 19-14. He entered the sen you ii like it follow v j directions in package. Ice september 1940 _ before entering the service ser if ices a Law Nofil scant Parker was an employee of the Tennessee Eastman corporation. Coal shortage Metal weatherstrip now and save fuel Call for free estimate now 20 years experience Good references phone after g . 2134-b 1401 sillier Street Kingsport Tenn. Nashville Tenn. One Kingsport Man and 10 other upper East tennesseans Art among Navy Man who have recently been Given their honorable discharges at the separation Center Here. J they Are Kyle Orblon Moore sea Nian first class route 4, Kingsport William p. Shrader ship s Cook and Jess r. Johnson pm both of Morristown Wayne v. Scott electrician s mate route 13, William k. Peters boilermaker s mate route 5, and Garrett Brown electrician s mate j 5, All of Elizabethton Thomai n. Mcinturff machinist mate and Jamel d. Mathes j Seaman second class both of brain Jerald Dale Palmer Seaman i Roux 6, and Johnny Frank John son radio technician route 1, both of Jonesboro and Oscar Hagen Miner jr., Seaman route 2, Rogersville. Frank Fields Drew Field Tampa mentation of his honorable discharge certificate at the army air forces separation base at this Field today marked the completion of 19 months of service in thu armed forces by pfc. Frank Fields of Kingsport Tenn. One of More than men re leased from service with the aah to Date at this separation base he served As a truck Driver in the United states. Prior to his enter ing the service he was a bus operator in Kingsport. Navy releases 10 Memphis Tenn. Nine Kingsport men and one from fall Branch were among Navy enlisted personnel who received honorable discharges recently at the person Nel separation Center Here. They i include Gordon m. Williams so son Rof mrs. Stella Williams 814 Wal j nut Street after 40 months in serv ice 28 at sea in the Atlantic and Pacific. He wears the Good con duct ribbon. J Alfred h. Ferrell Seaman son of or. And mrs. A. J. Ferrell 1021 Hart Street Kingsport and Hus band of in. Ruby Ferrell 1113 Highway Kingsport after d raw at 1 and Jomwe j talk with Tariff it draving i you la tit tight the it Pelt who kav4 a piriona.1 Takt in tire to Kim. End your own conclusions it s a fact. Practically everybody in the United Maine to California from Canada to the Gulf has a personal in America s self supporting tax paying electric companies. There Are millions of people on the stockholder lists of these companies housewives Farmers nurses teachers mechanics Icenog Raphers All sorts of folks from All parts of the country. You May be one of this Large group of direct owners. But even if you re not if you have a savings account or life insurance policy you most certainly Are included among indirect Ownen of this Industry. Your savings Bank and your insurance company must put your deposits and premiums to work. A lot of your Money goes into electric Light and Power securities. That s because years of dependable service and Good business management on the part of electric companies have made their securities a sound investment. So the next time you hear anybody talking about the owners of the electric they re talking about almost everybody else in this country 23 months in the scr Vlco in the Pacific. Stanley h. Ketron gunner s mate son of or. And mrs. Elkaney Ketron and husband of mrs. Bar Bara Ketron. Of Kingsport. After 33 months in service 24 Swient in the Atlantic. Pacific find Eto. He participated in two major engagements and seven invasions for which he is entitled to Wear nine Battle stars on his theater ribbons. George g. Hall chm son of mrs. Cora Hall 620 Avenue Dayton Ohio and husband of mrs. Dorothy Hall of Kingsport after 41 months in service 17 spent in the Pacific. He is entitled to Wear a Battle Star on his theater ribbon for the invasion in which he participated. Hall also wears the Good conduct ribbon. Jack e. Egan. By son of or. And mrs. A. K. Egan 2533 Lafayette Circle Kingsport after 41 months in service 14 in the Pacific and Cei Heaters. I Frank h. Mann. So 1 a son of i or. And mrs. R. A. Mann 213 ten Unessee Street Kingsport. After 40 months in service 32 in the a he wears the Good conduct i ribbon and four Battle stars on his ribbon. Philip n. Cartwright so son of or. And mrs. Thomas cart Wright apartment 53. Riverview and husband of Thelma Cartwright 01 Roanoke va., afteri3 months in service 10 spent in the Atlantic. Willie p. Kern fireman Hus band of mrs. Anna Kern of Kings port after 22 months in service 19 spent in the Pacific. He is entitled to Wear four Battle stars for the four invasions in which he participated. Thomas c. Risk jr., Seaman son of or. And mrs. T. Risk 1 Holston Heights and husband of mrs. Ann risk of Kings j port after 24 months in the Navy 11 spent in the South Pacific. To participated in six major engage ments eight invasions. John c. Duncan electrician s mate son of or. And mrs. John e. Duncan of fall Branch and Hus band of mrs. Hazel g. Duncan of fail Branch after 21 months in the Navy 13 in the Pacific. He has participated in nine major engage ments including three invasions. Fyk Kiili. K. A inks Cpl. Ferrell Eckley Barnes son of or. And mrs. E. B. Barnes 1534 Linville Street was recently Dis charged from the army it Mont Gomery Alabama after serving months. His wife and daughter. Donna. Leigh reside at 1534 Linville Street. Seven seven East tennesseans. Four of them Kingsport men received their honorable discharges at the naval separation Center at Nashville recently it has been announced by the Navy. Kingsport men were Carless Lee Clark Seaman second class 2305 Bloomingdale Avenue Paul Edward Hurst fireman Glrst class route 1 Robert Lee million sea Man second class route 4 and Joe Harold Bushong aviation electrician s mate third class 184 Dor Othy Street others were Bill h. Fair. Ship s service Man third class. Elizabeth i ton Mark Orville Miller. Seaman first class Johnson City and James i Edward Atwood fireman first class Jonesboro. Joe m. Bakeh Joe m. Baker son of or. And mrs. Henry Baker of Hiltons a. Has received his honorable Dis charge at the u. S. Naval separa Tion Center Nashville. Baker spent 27 months in the service 23 of which were spent on islands in the Pacific. To is a survivor of tie Okinawa typhoon. He arrived at Seattle wash., on the uss Franklin Bell. Forbes and Chambers Nashville two Kings port men were included in Tho list of six East tennesseans receiving their honorable discharges from the naval service through the u. S. Naval personnel separation Center Here it been announced. Tie Kingsport men were Simon Forbes jr., fireman first class route 4, Long Island and Coy Leonard Chambers aviation Ord Nance Man first class 145 West seller Street. Other tennesseans were Lonnie Anderson Hurley Seaman second class Johnson City Robert Taylor Riggs jr., musician first class Elizabethton David b. Over Bey. Jr., gunner s mate second class fall Brunch and Shady Brady Bishop fireman first class Bristol. Four from big Laurel big Laurel four sol Diers from big Laurel have arrived iome from overseas in. Last few Days. Sgt. Lawrence boiling son of or. And mrs. Creed boiling re turned after three years in India Cpl. Robert Roberts and pfc. Elbert . Roberts sons of . Maggie Hopkins from Germany and sea Man Richard c. Kilgore son of or. And mrs. Patton Kilgore. Who had seen in All parts of the world but was discharged from Japan. Honor Rolls j Bell Ridge j the following Honor Roll for Bell i Ridge school has been eighth Grade Betty Jean Kathleen Ketron Arlis Nannie Lee kindle Doris Law Horn Emogene Mcqueen Nancy i Ann Gilliam Ina Mae shoun and Don Hawthorne. I seventh Grade Marilyn Munsey i Betty Gott Peggy Ferguson Joan i Clonce Betty Carr Jack Nellie Bradley. Sixth Grade Bettyjo Fletcher Virginia Jones Kitty Hicks bar Bara Ferguson. Fifth Grade Katheryn Larkin Anna Lee Salyer Maxine Mcmurray Phyllis Cox Glenn Gott Don Flannary Barbara Gibson Benny Collings Bobby Morelock Glenn Munsey. Fourth Eddie Collins Bob Flannary Dan Hawthorne. Bob Starnes Margie Ewing Marie Bataan survivor is Home for Yule Captain John a. Goodpasture one of Bristol s fore most War heroes will spend the Christmas holidays with his Mother arriving Here tuesday from Wood Row Wilson army Hospital at Staunton where he has been a patient since his arrival in the United states several weeks ago. Captain goodpasture saw action on Bataan and is a survivor of the notorious Bataan death March. He has not yet recovered completely from the effects of maltreatment at the hands of the japanese but has shown a marked improvement since his Rescue from prison last september. Legion seeks auditorium Gatlinburg Tenn. A a civic memorial building with in Audi Tori Tim is being sought by the american legion Post Here i City manager Herbert Holt said i i today. Holt As a legion representative has presented an application for Federal funds to the Federal works Agency in Atlanta. Plans for the proposed building were drawn after legionnaires conferred with City officials. Kay Aleen Nettie Johnson Jackie Stallard Brooks. Haynes Richard. I third Grade Eula Henry. Phyllis j Davison. I second Grade Carl Marcum har old Slemp r. Ewing Larry Fletcher Nellie Rose Eaton Bev Erly Egan Imogene Hicks Joan Parks Joan Brooks Jimmy Mccon Nell Shirley Mcmurray Fae Fox land Nellie Smith. First Grade Nellie kindle. Aleene Jayne Patricia Fleenor Molly Fields. Virgil Smith Martha Elliott Carol Slemp Fred Brooks. J Solomon s Temple i the Honor Roll for december at i Solomon s Temple school has been1 announced As follows fourth Grade Tel Force Light and Bonnie Light fifth Grade Charles mul i Lenix and Hazel Crawford sixth Grade. Harmon Crawford Faye i Mullenix seventh Grade Cecil so Lutey. Modeline Littleton eighth Grade David Crawford Dorothy Mowell. I primer Billy Mowell Emma Casteel primer Hugh Benton Darelene Morelock first Reader. Herman Crawford Mable Light second Grade Iva Simpson. Clara i Joan Bragg third Grade Chester Shipley. J the Honor Roll for Pactolus has been announced As Fol lows second Grade Jeraline Hill Barbara Clark Billy Sells. Walter Hale third Grade Carolyn Hensley Varna Mae King Jacquolyn Hans Ley. Oka Fay Lane James More lock and Fred Hicks fourth grf de Shirley Whittington Jacquelin is Cinberg. Gleneta fish James Hole Kennith Ferguson Charles Clark Harold Hunt Clarence Hicks Paul j Carey sixth Grade Betty Pearl is Ley Valda fish seventh Edna Ruth Wexler june Sells Ella King eighth h. R. Light. Jack Pierce Sylvia Cartwright j. D. Bond. Grade eight Joyce Ann Long. Grade nine Frances Bailey. Grade ten Mary Lee Bond Shir Ley Lyle Jessie Mae Logan. Grade eleven Gladys Ligon Doris Tarter Ethel Walton far Rell Gray Augusta Allen. Grade twelve Shirley Wolfe Rush Allen Vernell alien Caro Lynne Hayes Sophronia Bryce. Today thursday Fred Macmu tray Joan Leslie in where do we go from Here also serial comedy the Trail of the lonesome Pine keep Happy see a Good show when he startling thrill pocked drama of a Man who lived and loved dangerously. T a Law Eddy a the Elotric hour i Imit into b. Or m. Kingsport utilities Douglass High school Honor Roll for the second six weeks term u announced As follows Grade one Tilman Watterson Frances Hankins Shirley Lynch Delois Watkins Priscella Smith and David Cash. Grade two Lonnie Cox Johnny Cartwright. Hampton k. Turner i Norma j. Watterson Amos Kenneth Lynch James Swafford j Leona Greenway George Adams j Betty j. Smith. I Grade three James Donald Eula Cartwright Shirley Ann Olyn Flack. Grade four. Fonnie Turner Ruth Morrison Willard Long. Marie Briscoe Johnny Hall Joyce Good a son Amos Dunn Roy Cartwright David Gilmore. Grade five Rubye Hodge Leon Wagstaff Philip Horton Clarissa Allen Doyle Smith. Grade six Paul Taylor and Phyl Lis Long. Grade seven Valtenia Summers. Clara Lynch Claudine Watterson get yours Early Christmas Trees Laurel roping Hemlock Pine and Balsam wreaths. Backer Brothers Watauga Street phone 2200 for specialized moving scr Rich urn Man warehouse Transfer phone 1500 Gas pains heartburn must you refuse delicious tempt ing foods because your can t take a non irritating and harmless ant acid Tablet for palliative Relief from the discomforts due to hype acidity sour i stomach bloating Etc. A gon is a combination of recognized Active ingredients to give Relief six different definite ways x. Olick from pain. Impf stomach. 1. heartburn uhf tee 1. Butita mks oct ii Absolu Ettive for tute Turtel putrefaction find food s. Soothes Irr Turt Santa bed lasting ski Kcal Houvis. If you have Many stomach Withol t scat try tasting Tab lets my 100 tables Cole s drug store Short will 7 minutes of swing with Spade Cooley s band wednesday thursday starts monday Warner Baxter in crime doctor s warning the screen s most of my bigger than the biggest ice show Ever staged glorious Romanco in a world of new excite and splendours never before such love making never before such magnificent scenes of action Beauty and thrill. Never before a picture of which it so truly can be a Marie the Mcdonald As the temptress no Shea As the hard boiled 8fman of action Michael o Shea Marie Mcdonald 18 million orphans in the new of Asch of time wednesday thursday starts Friday Abbott and costello in Hollywood

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