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|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
fieuz&lother Receives paratrooper Order of Day 'tfiU The order of the day fparatrooper son the night issued her territory. A brother of the youthful paratrooper, Michael Boan, was featured in a story in the Hillf 'elder Approved brOCS By Board More men of Hill Field enlisted fee been ifficers accepted by the board as suitable material for Candidate School, and iorwaraoa Patterson Field. their organisations and which ' they seek to men, school are: d L aoo m nmoers John H. Mead, 482 Base Hq. B. So.. Air Corps administra )n; Cpli Eugene O. Hoskins, 1003 1L platoon, Adjutant uenerai A. Wment; Pfc. Isaac W. Neil. (Depot Repair Sq- - Military Po tt Pfc. John C. Keats, Dot 1st Wther Sq, Set toa H. Arnold, 99 Depot Repair L Army Air Force AdministraAnti-Aircra- ft; - Pfc. Nicholas I ft Hq. Sq.. OASC, n: Pvt. Jobn Dei Genio, Army Ad- -- I Freden- a few weeks ago, when lie won recognition for his work in making fracture-reducin- g machines and dental instruments from scrap metal in the tool and die depart ment at Post schools. A copy of the order which Don Boan sent his family follows: "To: Soldiers of the .... Parachute Team: "Tonight you embark upon a combat mission for which our people and the free people of the world have been waiting two years. Ton will spearhead the landing of an American Force upon the island of SICILY. Every preparation has been made to eliminate the element of chance. You have been given the means to do the job and you are backed by the largest assemblage of air power in the world's history. The eyes of the world are upon you. The hopes and prayers of every American go with you. "Since it is our first fight you must use the countersign and avoid firing upon each other. The bayonet is the night fighter's best weapon. Conserve your water and ammunition. "The term American Parachutist has become synonymous with courage of high order. Let us carry the fight to the enemy and make the American Parachutist feared and respected through all his ranks. Attack violently. Destroy him wherever found. T know you will do your job "Good landing, good fight, and good luck." Repair Sq, Infan- i; Pvt John R. Hansen, 311 De- Repair Sq- - Infantry: Pvt. let R. Shirley, 311 Depet Re Sll Depot st, Air At Corps Dinner Administra- - Upea her to duty following her coast re and honeymoon. Mrs. Spalding was recently hon-at a dinner party given by of her fellow emnloves at Roof Garden of the Hotel Utah. Spalding is the former KUen its, and is employed in the Ad- Records branch. Sup-- rjfcjjtto September . Marian Sander Leaves To feach Ogden School Marian "Sandy" Sander, assistant women's recreational supervis or, has left the field to accept a position as physical education instructor at Weber county high school in Ogden. Miss Sander has accomplished much in providing recreation for civilian employes during her three-monemployment She originated Jills', the Ogden chapter of the Hillswim-boree, school, club, bowling hiking women's the in assisted and softball league. . th Master Sergeant Takes Bride 8, 1943 5 have been this week, assigned according to information released by Col. Morris Berman, commanding officer. Major Ernest K. Osher, A. C, 1 who entered the service in Novem ber, 1941, is a native of Esterville, Iowa, and attended Iowa State col lege. His hobby is coin collecting. Captain Joseph A. Mueller, M. C, enter the service in May, 1939. His home town is St. Louis, Mo., where he was graduated from the St Louis University medical school. Photography is his hobby. First Lieut. Henry Theodore Sumsion, Ord., entered the service in June, 1937. He did post graduate work in physics during 1040-4- 1 at the University of Pennsylvania. His mm f home town is Salt Lake City, and Rnwsnsti: he, too, finds relaxation in photog Captnisi Eefla raphy. F. Stein, BETH PAUL . . . Learned her M.First Lieut. Benjamin Eells has Dees Cant. Irving service entered in July, the C, authentic style in Hawaii, and 1942, after from the appointed operations and engineer she now carries on for the Hill medical schoolgraduating of ing officer at the Hill Field Armyj the of University Jills each Friday evening in OgBase, succeeding Lt Col, town His is Mt home den. She also entertained at the Chicago. 111. The lieutenant lists as Air been Hanson, who has Arthur Carmel, Hill Jill dancing party for solUAau wnwin, hobbies riding, nature study, assigned to tne his diers in Salt Lake City last mountain climbing. He should en- - office. jl week, audience was appreciative For the nast nine months Cant his stay at Hill Field! joy enthusiastic. to Colt been assistant Lt First Lieut Blair D. Baylor, A. Eells has the service in May, 1935, Hanson, and at the time of its oew w is one gai wno can C, entered His home town is Salt Lake City. activation, was named commanding; swing and sway in authentic fash He attended the University of Pitts- officer of the OASC Headquar ion. No synthetic jitterbugger, she burgh. Iters and Headquarters Squadron dances in authoritative Hawaiian First Lieut William H. Potter,- , oost which he has relinquished the service in No- upon assuming his new duties. style, taught to her by an Ha M. CL, entered 1942. He is a graduate of vember, x total of approximately ISO en waiian. Yale college and Harvard medical nsted men and 20 civilian employes the at Every Friday evening, schooL He did his internship at are assigned to Operations, which TJSO Oubroom in Ogden, she passes auianer aospitat in aosum. ueut inciuaes Base Maintenance dlvis ner lore on to the tiill-Jillwho Potter finds entertainment in draw- - inn. iftne renairs and OP love it Lots of people can rhumbs carpentry and music. ing, nature. All of a overhaul minor and tango, but the number of Second Lieut William F. Canny, otftraff ovptvlnor; of ot lssay( n Cf ffidsf those who can dance the real A. C., entered the service in August. m under ftfflcer.jurUdicUon of, are 1941. Previously he was employed fieid 0oeration hula not Minsky's version th few and far between. by Drybak corporation of Bing Assisting Capt. Eells are Capt K, Miss Paul picked up her knowl hampton, N. Y., as assistant proHammond and Lt Clyde J. Wil C. of she when the dance is spent duction manager. Binghampton edge one year in Hawaii as a Mormon his home town. His favorite ath son. Capt. Eells has been stationed at letics are football and track. missionary. That was in 1941-4IS She is only 22 years old now. Second Lieut. Emma Chapman, Hill Field for approximately months here after coming directly at dietician A native of Ogden, Beth has M. C, is the new Hill been working at Hill Field for Field's station hospital. She en- - pduating from Flying School. Ho en puot of the piano a,3 the last three months. She is em tor. h. nrioi lust Wddneidav. to OASC Commanding the home Sd Bud Her is in Amarillo, Texas.. ployed as a file clerk in the Col. Morris Berman, and get and Fiscal section, is sincerely She attended Texas Technological Officer, enthusiastic about her work. Her college. Next week H1LLFIELDER will continue to act in this eapao bosses feel the same way about hones to have her nicture and a I her. story as to what the lieutenant thinks of the finished product dished up by our cooks! Eight orancn, Maintenance division. The order, which was enclosed In a letter from Paratrooper Don Boan, was given each fighter as he entered the transport plane which carried him over enemy Paratrooper Den Wednesday During Past Week before he took part in the invasion of Sicily was received here this week by Mrs. Pearl Boan of the Fabric Ac 1 Eight Officers Assigned OASC oj Field Report parachute Team as Sicily Attack Opens 4 ' New Arrivals at Son of Kirs. Pearl Boan in Letter Here Encloses Copy of Instructions Given if likCS I v Operations Chief new officers to the OASC o, . C J. r-a- s. -- ! 2. Five Soldiers Are Assigned Schools Five Hill Field soldiers have gone this week to various schools for courses of instruction for 30 to 00 Carelessness Is ( Blamed for Fire Staff Sgt. Midey Weds Miss Welk was blamed for a a tug being "gnawed up" Saturday at the Base gasoline sta Anthony Philip Midey, evening SSgtfirst tton. SXnd of the sergeant acting Prompt use of a earbon-tet- rs Medical Supply Platoon, stationed chloride extinguisher brought thsj here, was married August 2 to blase under control before the vo Miss Ramona Welk of Promontory, or its lady operator were in hide revealed week. was this it Utah, The eeremonv took olace at the Jured. according; to Captain NedwK I R-- Weber, Bane Security Officer. . Presbyterian manse in Elko, Ner, with the Rev. L M. Swander of--1 I "Station attendants hare bees ex-- i careless," Captain Weber f iciating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. I piamea, m rmtng tug fuel tank and Mrs. Floyd Welk, prominent until they flow over. Wher the ve ranchers of Promontory, and the hide was started, gasoline spilled bridegroom la the son of Mr. and on the outside ignited. The driven Carelessneas ire that broke out when days. The enlisted men. their orgamza- tions, and the course which they will study: znu Cpl. Leonard u. Kimore, Base Ho. Sc A. B. Sq--, to Lowry course Field, Denver, for of instruction hi technical inspec tion. Staff Sgt Andrew Jfi. uun-eaS24 Depot Repair Sq., to Cuya course hoga Falls, Ohio, for of instruction in tire rebuilding. Pvt Julius F. Kleya, 3Z4 uepoc Falls, Mrs. A P. Midey of Cuba, N. T. Repair Sq, to Cuyahoga course of instruc The couple will live in Ogden. Ohio, for tion with uooayear Aire ana nu-bCo.. in self sealing fuel cells. "Keep Re Pfc George Sheh, 304 Depot joiie-pair Sq, to Souw uaaoia Arts, ofAgriculture and Mechanic for six weeks advance course of instruction in CiaMlHCBUOO. mtim. Elliott K. Crawtora, su7 uepoi 30-d- ay n. " 30-d- ay 30-d- ay er 'En flying 1 fled to safety escaping possible painful injury while attendants smothered the blaze with an en tingulsher.1 e w Lt. Hippman Weds Maxine McPherren nJB60Bw4SllaBSSSl p , pair Sq, to iuuuicu W. and J. Army Administration, College, Washington, Pa., for course of instruction in person 80-d- ay nel classification. if Hill Fielders Are Free of Polio So Far9 t ,.t 1? i "AGE . . , Ceremony uniting Master Sergeant James P. KJUus, Hill Field, and Mrs. JSffie B. LaFIeur, of Base Operat s performed last 7 evening by Chaplain MacCarrou in Friday r' the rest caiapei. the charm chapel as a of wni a wi-- m mHltarv iruard of honor formed MrsTan arch of crossedV sabres under H. LaFieur background. Base Ooeratlons. which the bride and bridegroom Jame" leaving the chapeL P' KM" wore led hT MOth ThTeight guards from the Ber-- . ..orriage by Chaplain were TSgt cCarroll last Friday Guard Squadron w Tr:..f a Allan U. A rasaskaAt. Hft&.u i'iSTS! ceremr. M1d, Who ' wnn fh. t..A. In Tnii hi.- -. . asarr!;.,ran,0 - U,lncrrlii !P r. k Awt-- Bell. I BOSS She earrtod a roses. Mrs. n. matron of choL"1 iqwn of MtM, and Ji?fmaid, fraals of Corp-- 8sgi C.xiw.Fisher, Francis an Military personnel and civilians in employed at Hill Field living ntv have so far escaped the dread poliomyelitis commonly known rEJ. infantile paralysis, Theodore C. Bedwell, t medical officer in charge of the Base hospital, reported that no "polio" has attached fmo" military personel Base or a the Hillgaf" Field. chief Lancaster, F. H. Capt dispensary offi- no cases had come while Dr. D. Keith deputy state medical offi STfS Davis-- oolioCounty, reported a. in the Verde f Layton trailer camp, . mm n :. PP"1 . ffrt.fltln Leon E. stock. Mrs. Killus has been secretary. '"A-Hammond's f was stationed several St, Kilfu. i He Field. months aao at Hill mn Nations for Hiu Is .nonnern. State Medics "Pd i.T and trailer camp- -, r ieiu ci "eep JEm POST ROMANCE Inn fed In the marriage last Saturday of i I - . co-wor- Fty"9 ... Col IJeotenant Herbert Hippman nssd Miss Masine MePkerren, hoch of UiH FieidU Above, left to right, Lieutenant J. F. Sehlaaser, the greonv the stride, and Bttso Anna Ysmniek, attendnast of the bride. Miss Maxine McPherren of Srdfsuit of gabardine with street toReporting Detachment became the cessorleo. bride of Lc. Herbert Hippman oi to Hill Mrs. Hippman came services at a wedding maehine from her six Field months ago ceremony in the base chapel SatIn Nebraska. Lt 28. bent Omaha, Chaplain Joseph urday, August MacCarroll officiated. Hippman also has been aasigned The couple was attended by Miss at Hill Field for six months. His of the hems is In New York City. Ann Tannlck, Lt and Mrs. Hippman are at bride, and Lt. J. F. Schlanser. The bride wore aa attractive tailored home at 2766 Jefferson, Ogdosj .