The Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1953 Page: 12 of 12
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Cpl. Carnell Wilder finished first
in his class at the NCO Academy.
He received $10 for Soldier's De
Now enjoying leaves prior to re
porting for overseas assignments
are PFCs Calloway Klotz and Wal-
Recent promotions were Richard
Briesch and Daniel Johnson to cor
poral and Edmund Kruer to PFC.
M-Sgt. John Dellinger formerly
our operations sergeant has been
transferred to Able Btry. to serve
as first sergeant.
We welcome M-Sgt. John W.
Dellinger as our new 1st sergeant
replacing M-Sgt. Earl B. McDon
ald who left us for FECOM.
Also we have a new mess stew
ard. He is SFC Aria Griffin who re
placed SFC Walter Potter who is
leaving for EUCOM.
Also departing us in the near fu
ture is PFC Warren Johnson who
is going to FECOM.
Pfc Baker has returned from the
Leadership Course at the NCO
We are losing our mess steward
All over America three generations
in the same families have chosen May-
tags. Grandmothers Mothers new
homemakers —all believe Maytag is
Here's the washer that women every
where depend on for spotlessly clean
clothes. They know it also gives many
years of trouble-free performance.
Huge square aluminum tub
keeps water hot longer
Gyrafoam washing action re
moves soil gently
READY TO WHACK AWAY'at a giant birthday cakc marking the March 3 90th anniversary of the
Signal Corps is Post Signal Officer Major Morley R. Wilson. More than 100 Post Signal Corps
members gathered Tuesday evening to celebrate their organization's birthday and to do justice to
the cake baked and decorated by the Post Food Service School. (Photo by Corbin and McGee).
Albert Wolff and Edwin Junker
are now PFCs.
Pvt. Curtis Forrest took ill in
the field and when he was releas
ed from the hospital he was trans
ferred to Sv. Btry.
Pvt. Thomas Downing went to
the hospital February 25.
Pvt. David Kehoe has left on an
PFC Robert Forney is leaving
us for eight weeks to attend a
cooking course. He will return
Pvt. Robert Phelps has returned
from a 15 day furlough.
Cpl. Albert Wolff who returned
Exclusive Maytag Roller Water
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Stores In: KILLEEN & BELTON
from the NCO Academy had the
highest score of his class.
Pvt. Luis Gonzalez was recently
assigned to Svc. Btry.
SFC. Lawrence Walpole has been
reassigned to the School Det. Hq.
1st Armored Division. He will work
in the NCO Academy mess hall.
Cpl. Robert O. Cyphert was re
cently promoted to corporal.
Cpl. Fred Wheaton and PFC
John Pfaehler have returned from
Cpl. Helmick is attending the
leadership course at the NCO Ac
PFC. Charles Vaughn has re
turned from a two week course in
radio repair at the NCO Academy.
Anywhere in the U. S. A.
When traveling in groups of 25 or
more we offer special service. Call
as for information.
CONNECTIONS WITH ALL MAJOR
SPECIAL FURLOUGH RATES
vfrroiO Coach £ines
For information call or write our Local Agent
300 Ave. in Killeen Ph. 471
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"Wonderful "Gentle with
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You'll like the wonderful Maytag Automatic:
Famous Gyrafoam Washing Action only the Maytag has it.
Completely Automatic Operation—washes rinses spin-dries
even turns itself off.
Safety Lid Maytag Quality.
ALL THESE FEATURES TOO:
No bolting down. Adjustable legs.
Beauty that lasts. Easy installation.
For Your Home
Recently promoted to corporal
are Skoog Bennett Dimmick and
With us again after a week in
Austin on a demonstration team for
Defense Week are SFC Bell Cpl.
Turner and PFC Roush.
We have a better looking day-
room now that it has been painted.
We have a new first sergeant
M-Sgt. Raches who arrived recent
ly from Germany.
Pvt. Pietrangelo is now with the
band on-the-job training. Also in
the near future he hopes his two
buddies—Pvt. Coronado a drum
mer and Pvt. Johnson the piano
player—can join him.
THE ARMORED SENTINEL
We welcome Lt. Dillinger who
has joined the company from the
Second Army Area.
Sgt. Braman and Pvt. Branch
have gone to the NCO Academy to
attend the Leadership Course.
PFC Breckner and Pvt. Sequira
have received their orders and will
soon leave for FECOM.
We bid von voyage to M-Sgt.
Felix LeBlanc as he moves out to
M-Sgt. Jose Yarrito has been as
signed to the S-3 section in bat
For Your Convenience!
Drinks by bottle Carton or Case.
Complete News Stand
magazines books and comic Dept.
Recently joined us are Lt. Her-
shel G. Truelove Lt. Eugene H.
Jones Cpl. Anthony Skandallaris
PFC Robert T. Chesser PFC Les
ter W. Turner Jr. PFC Robert
M. Lewis PFC Joseph W. Parks
PFC Richard L. Harshman and
Pvt. Floyd Meyers.
SFC Albert ragilla has rejoin
ed this company after a three week
assignment with Co. D. He will
take over the first sergeant' slot
vice SFC Clellan Newhouse who
was discharged March 3.
We welcome PFC William Wal
lace and PFC Lawrence Grapthin
back to the unit.
PFC Wallace attended Small
Arms school at the NCO Academy
THE HOME THAT'S SMART SHOPS THE FURNITURE MART
Killeen. Texas 312 8th Phone 2251
QUICK WAY FOODS
"Your Friendly Neighborhood Grocery"
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Open 7 a. m. 'til 11 p. m.
QUICK WAY FOODS
and graduated second in class
PFC Grapthin attended Motor
Maintenance school at Fort Knox
Our field first M-Sgt. Charlie
Daniels is processing along with
DISCOUNT ON ALL PURCHASES
On Friday and Saturday you will receive
Shop The "Quick Way"
perecent discount on all purchases made at the
Quick Way Foods Store comer of Rancier &
10th Street. Killeen. The discount will apply to
all purchases of 50c or over.
PAY STATION FOR LONG
DISTANCE PHONE CALLS
Open Every Day of the Year
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Thursday March 5 1953
14 other men for shipment to
EUCOM. He recently reenlisted for
We welcome M-Sgt. Pickett from
Co. A who will succeed SFC Finn
as field first.
DON'T BE CAUGHT SHORT
WHEN YOU MEET
Listen to KTEM at
10:30 A.M. each Saturday
425 E. Rancier
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The Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1953, newspaper, March 5, 1953; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth254323/m1/12/: accessed November 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Casey Memorial Library.