|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
11 Books, a f 7 i liLJx sines Added to Libra I """11 p1 Ji liMwiiiTS .f ms Recreation Is Planned for War Workers Wednesday June 28. 1944 A Lovely Ray of Sunshine Sum Is Sought to Aid In Entertainment $20,000 waw .imwuiui wirapaawwjinim.iniaiiii wiiiwy.aiiteteiiw TRAINING . . . Mechanic helpers MAINTENANCE from left to right) Eva June Garioway, Marilyn Taylor, Marilyn gwenson, Lolita Chlldert and Betty Schmere enjoy time for relaxaLibrary readinr the many tion in the Poat Schools Technical magazines on the readinr racks there. nVlUAN cur-re- nt r iiliiillillMilillSS 1 3 o W OASC's participation in plans for furthering recreation facilities in the Davis County defense area was discussed last week at a meeting of county officials with Capt. Charles F. Mallory, asssitant employment officer, - and William Frazer, director of recreation here. -- Mr. Frazer said the Hill Field Welfare Association had pledged $500 towards the $3000 asked of the county by the federal govern ment. which in- - turn would fur nish $17,000 for a total of $20,000. Plans include the ODeninsr of La goon at Farmington for swimming and dancing, especially for war workers in that area. He said efforts would first be made to more completely utilize existing facilities by providing recreational supervision. At the meeting, attended by Capt. Mallory and Mr. Frazer, were also Deb Young, public defense field director of physical fit ness and recreation, Mr. Layton, chairman of the Davis County Board of Commissioners, and Mr. a Reilly, mayor-o- f ... ... is Betty MacTavish, WALL TO BRIGHTEN ANY PIN-U- P She is product of Montana's Yellowstone valley. bonny the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. MacTavish, formerly of San Francisco and now of Salt Lake City. Miss Mac, majoring in journalism, will be a junior next year at the University of Utah. She keeps in rounds of golf and a little swimming thrown in. shape with a few She has been at Hill Field for three weeks and is employed at OASC's overseas unit of the supply division. Incidentally, she writes to a marine who is now at Saipan. Bountiful. Utah Dietetic Association Holds Annual Meeting Here at this station. . Contract for the job" was awarded the Olson Construction company of Salt Lake City. It was estimated completion would require about 90 days provided material shortages are not encountered. Amount of the contract was $71,927. Bridge Instruction Every Tues day nite at Ogden USO from 8 to 9:30 p. m. Norma Montgomery will teach anyone interested. Instruction will soon start at Salt Lake City USO. Sign up in recreation unit or call extension 8376. Instruc tion is free. ... y 11111111 Insulation and heating facilities will soon be installed in several warehouses in the lower Hill Field area, it was announced recently rrom tne resident engineer's office It v v. Warehouses to Get Heat Installations of every nature, on every subject BOOKS, BOOKS, BOOKS may be found in the Post Schools Technical Library. Also current magazines, periodicals and maps showing the progress of the war. - Mrs. Coleman B. Quinn of Saltmeier, veterans' administration fa- Lake City was elected president of cilitv. Salt Lake City, treasurer: the Utah Dietetic Association for Mildred Bowere, University of the year starting Sept. 1, 1944, Utah cafeteria, program chairman; Anna Marie Driscoll, Carlson hall, during the annual conference held at OASC last Thursday in the Of- University of Utah, food administration section; Wanda ' Matthews, ficers' club. At the same time Katherine S. veteran's administration facility, Bielby of the L. D. S. hospital in Salt Lake City, diet therapy; MaSalt Lake City was elected presi- donna Herbert, Dee hospital, Ogdent for the fiscal year starting den, community education, and Lt. Sept. 1, 1945. Mrs. Quinn suc- Ruth C. Kearnes, station hospital, ceeds 1st Lt. Emma Chapman, who Fort Douglas, professional educapresided at the yearly session.Doro- tion. Conference delegates toured the Others elected were Lt. Service Command supthy F. Marden, Bushnell General Ogden Air hospital, Brigham City, vice presi- ply and maintenance base preceddent; Lt. Frances Kelton, Bush- ing the business and dinner nell, seoretary; Margaret R. Rosen- - Provo Boy Scouts Tour OASC Facilities TECHNICAL POINTS of blueprint reading come under discussion by the two top people responsible for the Post Schools Library Officer in Charge 1st Lt. John G. Hazen and Chief Librarian Ruth M. Jones. Fiction, Science Vie for Favor Among New Books si I s2, n mi m$ the yearly subscriptions to these magazines having also been pur IN 1 and most helpful gift from the chased with a share of the coun Civilian Welfare Council to the ciTs $250 gift Post Schools technical a If placed within the Strategically hort time back. .Already library a favorite the middle of in udy and reading place for stu- Post Schools, dents and instructors of the various building U ft this library is easmil-itrPort schools, the addition of the to all personnel; accessible ny books which the $250 has ily and civilian alike. It is open erved to purchase, will assure the : .3 rrom 7:40 a. m. to library's increasing popularity with long hours in tt Personnel of minutes past midnight the Ogden Air twenty that THE HANGARS . . . and repair, supply and operations facilities of the Ogden Air Service workers of all shifts VISITING Air Service Command. order Scout Squadron 55, of Provo, Utah, toured this field last Sunday. They asked many quesfacuCommand, the of A variety of books themselves avail fill may tions, got most of the answers. already this of : library. shelves of this library. lties "Jttsidesmanybooks 4 s, on technical Like that $250 pennies from heaven which came as a gracious 4-o- f m i 2, ay , sub-Wtt- Farewell Reception for General Herman at Officers9 Club mystery books, books of novels, biographies, drama, wc, short stories, the arts and .a,s occupy goodly ount of the shelving space there. the wall racks favorite maga- - ftry. Zce? UieS ITlav fmm1 ho no ....... - M. Post Movies 17113 & - NiS H 0 D.r ' Cm 3 . r. . WEDNESDAY Jane 28 is the Anrmy" (Revival) All Star Cast Thursday-Frida- y June 29, $ .t "Bathing Beauty" Red Skelton Esther Williams Basil Rathbone W-- .'. 6 4 Saturday July 1 Over Lisbon" -- Storm Richard Arlen Eric Von Strohelm Vera Hruba Ralston Sunday-Mrada- 1. w y 1; July t, in Indiana" Walter Brennan Lon McAllister Jeanne Grain Taesday "Home he Ghost Catchers" Olsen and Johnson Mortha O Driscoll Gloria Jean ,. MM . M0WV.ar. HERMAN . . . Shewn anove are eineera ei deb t.geth with c.mmbloned pernnel FI.14 -ether wa, tortallatl- 1. ItoM ftkeredlMl faMr evening eatalde the elab te bid farewell te OA8C'e commandiag general before his departure te San Aatenle where he will assume ef that station, the largest abu, area eesnmana in am United States.