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AROUND THE HILL Training Classes INTERNATIONAL TRAINING IN COMITC MUNICATION is the largest it educational organization for women and men in the world. It is dedicated to helping its members develop leadership skills, increase communicative abilities, achieve through building and learn efficient organization techniques. QUEST. Meets in the TI conference room in Bldg. 849, 11:15 a.m., the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. They offer a full accredited course in communication and training. Credit hours are put in a member's 201 file. Applications are now being accepted to attend these classes. Classes are offered to both military and civilians. For more information contact or Wayne Pender-grasJoan Hofer, Ext. 78301. RHETS: Meets in the conference room of Bldg. 1207, 4 p.m., every second and fourth Wednesday. Membership is open to non-prof- 773-040- s. both men and women, military and civilian. For more information call Ruth or Frances Fields, Ext. Carper. 76411. ARTICULETTES: Dir.r.er meeting at 6:30 p.m. at Herman's Restaurant, 1412 Washington Blvd., Ogden, every second and fourth Thursday. There are openings for new members, both men and women, who are interested in learning to communicate effectively, feel confident and. relaxed in social settings, plan and conduct events, etc., and use proven communicative skills to advance in their personal and professional lives. For more information call Ruth Smith. or Jean Speirs. Ext. 72320. 773-026- COME FLY exJ rt FIRST SECOND WEDNESDAY: NCO Wives Club meets. 7:30 p.m. in the party room of the NCO Club. For more information call Jane Frith, or Virginia McKay, 825-699- 1, 546-495- 1. Men all CUTS 1 - fcxsm part ti hum isitaija. TU dub his OHU, Tsffikkia, Warrior. Arrows, local! ia fjk!. art f2ia,kmrt a dry, acres ity Layton (Behind Bob's Oil) 547-086- 8 JSoo. Air Fore The Air Force Sergeants Association meets at the consolidated dining facility at noon. All Air Force enlisted personnel are encouraged to attend. For more information contact TSgt. James Pinnegar, Ext. 71222; TSgt. Leann Whitney, Ext. 72612; or SSgt. Wally Raven, Ext. 74503, for more information. tJ5-aL- k 1, :. Off Lou are S a.m.-- 6 pja, Uzm&MyFiiiy. C3 Ext. 7147 tat care - WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY: The Thrift Shop, Bldg. 308, east end, is open 10 a.m.-- 4 p.m. Wednesdays and 10 a.m.-- p.m. Thursdays for all military and civilian personnel for shopping. For more information call O Wotaen 23 Hours: 6. SALE CLC3E-CU- T Mop uzmivt Children osn T0 Monday-Frida- Toasfmasfors WEDNESDAYS: Hill Cumbers meet in Bldg. 1294, base cafeteria, conference room, north end, 1 1:30 a.m. Open to all military "8onnel. and civili" 5 825-102- y Csrgoanfs THIRD TUESDAYS: New meeting time! 24 til I3S3 ALL COATS jQ 18'-2- I NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY COMPLETE LINE OF CAR ALARMS 1384 No. Angel ajoy m tr ixtnid Thrift Shop Wives' Club AND NCO Sale Prices on Large Selection of Separates and Amps : y 3 -- AF3 Aero G-- h. it to ileetberfcLp ftpea sJS fyrtmaeLt tajskyatf aad tkss wLa directly sup- - pUm lb mine Esther hour s HOURS: 9 a m.-- p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays, 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Closed Mondays. TharJLsgiving. Christmas and New Year's. ADMISSION IS FREE but donations are accepted. YEAR-ROUN- try ht lO tU 27 Times H.ep Hill AFB Museum Cub 825-718- 4 sLmh ""-"- O Aero Jyn23, !??! t- -. Js'' Quality for I J a.:....-..-r- l " Less!! nnnniE stops 499 So. State Clearfield 825-169- J HOURS: Stock In J Mon.-Fr- 9:00-6:00- ; i. Sat. 3' 6 9.00-- 00 4 V'' I AT -- W )"' 'K8w'SSS!5y , ( Purchase a full set, fill In or pedicure and receive one of equal value FREE! M a friend!! Patriotic Design CDCC with Bring 1 fltbh purchaM open til 10:00 p.m. on Thursday Now 1475 So. Stato Clearfield V3CI,"a" Restaurant 4W Authentic German Gourmet Cooking In Old World Atmosphere NEW PRIVATE PARTY ROOMS GIFT SHOP Our Entrees Start at $8.95 induding soup and salad HOURS: Tues., Wed., & Thurs 5:00-10:0- 0 P.M. Fri. &Sat. 5:00-11:0- 0 P.M. RESERVATIONS AEE WELCOME: 479-756- A387 Harrison Blvd. mm v' , Nowwatching a lot of TVcan actually be good for kids. It's called distance learning. A program developed by Utah State University and funded in part by a $300,000 grant from the U S WEST Foundation. And it enables small rural schools to interact with classes in other larger schools via video monitors and computers. Our grant is focused on helping the teachers who instruct over the video system to develop presentations and curriculums that work well with the television medium. It also helps teachers understand how their students motivate to better in learning math, science and language arts. in rural areas (Across iron 1 Depotmi) Ogden (Harrison Dee ivtpt center) Complete your savings plan with c.. becimtie& Certificates Savings Accounts of which makes it easier for students to learn more. And for more students to learn. Competitive-Rate.- V All SBond- s- One of the best ingredients for your savings plan. UJSWEST' Making the most of your time." !. Savings Bonds 4 America's favorite way to save! 1 C 1991 US WEST, Inc.