The Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 29, 1953 Page: 5 of 18
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Thursday January 29 1953
DISCUSSING POLIO AND THE MARCH OF DIMES are Miss Barfield (left) and Miss Barbara
Harvey of Waco a 1952 victim of the disease. Miss Harvey has been fighting infantile paralysis since
September 26 and seems to be winning as she is recovering swiftly. The men listening in on the
discusion are (I to r) Pvts. Pat Hyatt Joe Higgenbotham Paul Springman and Fred Tyson all
training at North Fort Hood. (Photo by SeChrist).
SFC JOSEPH RICHARDS DEPOSITS money in the NCO Mess
March of Dimes collection jar held by Miss Barfield. Forty-two
pounds of silver have been donated by members of the NCO Mess
to date. Looking on are (1 to r) M-Sgt. Ted Brown manager of
the NCO Mess Cpl. Lee Gunst and Cpl. Clarence Choate. (Photo by
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In at 7 est next day
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"MISS TRAINEE" OF 17TH TRAINING CO. North Fort Hood
enjoys Sunday dinner with the men who selected her. After
receiving a dozen red roses from the company and inspecting their
troop formation Miss Barfield ate in the company mess hall while
a trio accompanied by guitars provided the dinner music. (Photo
Baylor Beauty Joins Marchers
(Continued From Page 1)
vey said "and when I awoke that
morning and my legs crumpled
beneath me I was terrified. But
rhanks to March of Dimes money
the doctors were able to give
me the finest treatments righl
away and stop it quickly.
"I only wish everyone could
realize how much this drive means
to us who have been struck witix
At North Fort Hood where Miss
Barfield had dinner with the 17th
Training Co. the Baylor beauty
Waco Texas Phone 2-3981
THE ARMORED SENTINEL
THE GREEN-EYED Baylor sen
ior has a long list of beauty
honors. She represented Baylor
in the 1953 Cotton Bowl was
included in the 1952 "Texas
Roundup" of beauties. (Photo by
was honored by being selected
"Miss Trainee" by the men of
the unit. As her sedan drove up
a 21-rifle salute was fired in her
honor. She was presented with a
drzen red roses and then shti in
spected the troop formation.
During her six hour stay she
chatted with the men of & S
Co. 16th AEB in the dayroom of
their new barracks visited with
the Fort Hood Sunday school class
and admired the 42-pound jar of
silver contributed by members of
the NCO Mess.
She also thanked the Fort Hood
Boy Scouts Girl Scouts Brownies
and Cub Scouts for the fine job
they have done during the 1953
campaign. The members of the
vaiious scout organizations have
passed the March of Dimes jars
ft the movies during the drive.
Why not join in the march get
behind "Miss Trainee" the girl
the Korean veterans "Would Most
Like to Come Home to" and join
the March of Dimes.
Other Investment Trusts
GEORGE K. TEDDLIE
2508 Washington Ave.
(NFH-PIO)—Lt. Col. Byron K.
King recently assumed duties as
Chief of the Tactics Committee of
Colonel King served with the 2nd
Regiment from 1940 to 1942. He
then went to the 2nd Armored Reg
iment of the 9th Armored Division
from 1942 to late 1943. From Jan
uary 1944 until December 1945 he
served in the Pacific with the 726th
Amphibious Tractor Bn. attach
Gen. Hoge Praises
Of Accident Rate
(PIO) Lt. Gen. William M.
Hoge Fourth Army commander
has complimented Fort Hood on
reduction of accidents during the
fourth quarter of 1952.
In a letter to General Clarke he
said "A study of the statistical re
port for this period indicates that
your motor vehicle accident fre
quency rate was reduced 25 per
cent your military injury rate 32
percent and your civilian injury
rate 43 percent."
General Hoge also had high
praise for the reduction of fatili-
ties from 41 in 1951 to 28 in 1952
and for the intensive accident con
trol measures instituted here.
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DECORATING: Refinishing floors and other woodwork
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Col. King Takes Tactics Chief Job Of Reserve Comd.
THE BAYLOR BEAUTY FROM NEW BOSTON" TEXAS contributes to the March of Dimes at a Fort Hood theater during her Sunday
visit. The Brownie Scout collecting the money is Miss Mitzi Lott while Girl Scout Jan Schulz looks on. Miss Marty Holland also a
Baylor girl awaits her turn to deposit money in the container. The various scout organizations at Fort Hood have collected money in
the theaters since the start of the drive January 2 and so far have co Ilected more than any collection point yet counted. Miss Barfield
visited & S Co. 16th AEB North Fort the NCO Mess and the Fo rt Hood Sunday School last Sunday.
ed to the 81st Division.
In 1946 Colonel King went with
the School Troops at Fort Knox
Ky. and stayed there until late in
1948. He was then stationed at the
U.S. Army Carribean School in
Panama from 1949 to 1952. Colonel
VALUES TO $17.95
King reported to the 1st Armored
Division on December 23 1952.
Colonel King served in two ma
jor campaigns in the Pacific dur
ing World War II. He participated
in both the Palau and Okinawa
END -O- MONTH
Begins Thurs. January 29 ENDS Thurs. February 5th
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$10.95 ... .FOR
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TV AT SERVICE CLUBS
Watch your favorite television
shows at any one of the three
Hood service clubs—162nd Street
Brigade Avenue and North Fort
Walrus tusks may be 2 feet in
VALUES TO $24.95
OF A DRESS
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Lacy, Joe M. The Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 29, 1953, newspaper, January 29, 1953; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth254320/m1/5/: accessed August 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Casey Memorial Library.