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They Shoot Strcil Too ir 8 Kevaivilians In Supply Wednesday December I, 1943 Hold Meeting Wedding at Base Chapel Mutual Problems Discussed at Monthly Confab A key civilian personnel club was organized last week in the supply division with Paul Groff, chief clerk, as president. Purpose of the new club will be to promote better fellowship and j4 THIS IS IT , . . That fateful moment when the ring is slipped on the little lady's willing finger and It is all over but the shouting:. Sgt. Howard McNabb, 48?nd AB Squadron, is the lucky boy who was married last week to Irene Blomqulst, plant maintenance employe. Chaplain Carroll A. Hamilton performed the ceremony. mutual understanding among key ; personnel in the division and, in addition, to meet once a month for the discussion of mutual problems. Noteworthy suggestions or ideas CAREFUL THERE, GAL . . Lucille Ackermann, with pistol and introduced at these meetings will the cool eye, and sister, Irene, Hill Field Auxiliary Military Police, be submitted to Col. Paul W. Wolf, don't need the warning. They are AMP by choice and really know their firearms. chief, supply division, for consideration. The first meeting was held last Thursday with 65 key personnelsec-in attendance, representing all tions and branches in supply. .Officers were elected and the purpose of the new club was outlined. a monthly business Besides From school teacher and hairdresser to policewomen , . . that's meeting, Groff said a social function would also be arranged each the change the war has made in the occupations of two sisters, no month. He added that club officers members of Hill Field's Auxiliary Military Police. would serve for periods of six Lucille and Irene Ackermai Comely South Dakota Sisters Enjoy Pistol Pacldn9 Jobs J . Modernized Pied Pipers Strut Stuff in Anti-peCampaign st Unknown to most Hill Fielders'" during the past two weeks has other advantage of this method lies been the grim campaign to rid the in the fact that the meat can be field of cockroaches and rats. used over and over again as sevAn Ogden exterminator pursues eral thousand volts of electricity Ills baneful purposes with fervor, have a very distracting effect on ' And in addition has demonstrated rats. A third device is shooting poison an unutterable ingenuity of performance, for rather than content gas into their burrows, a rather himself with merely lying in wait dirty trick but nevertheless effec'to ensnare the insatiable cock- tive. Lit Col. David P. Thomas, roaches, he stalks them to their chief, utilities section, said they lairs before giving them the evil had another trap which made use ye. For instance he does not simply fcatch them while they crawl Around plate or under saucers and then mash them between his thumb And forefinger; he first ascertains With remarkable astuteness their Source. The exterminator then goes to (hat particular establishment shellittle intering the bandy-legge- d sect, and offers them his services. Maybe someone else is bringing them to the establishment in question. It doesn't matter, the Ogden exterminator will eventually fget" of electricity, but that it hadn't been used extensively because of the danger to some of the variety. This type probably has a certain sentimental value which has dissuaded them so far, from using the trap. two-legg- ed 55Wr 1 Other officers elected are Don Stoddard, supervisor, property ac counting administration, as treas urer, and John Dawson, cniei supervisor, branch 8, as secretary. Spook Movie Plays Hillcrest Tonight Large numbers of Hillcrest resi dents are attending the Wednesday and Sunday evening moving picture shows presented in the Hillcrest east recreation hall, Edithe Graham, director of welfare and recreation announced this week. The Wednesday evening shows re cently became a necessity due to attendances .at the the Sunday night programs. The movies start at 7:30 p.m. on both evenings and continuous performances are run until midnight. Providing enough residents are on hand at that time, a swing shift run is also presented, Miss Graham said. Tonight's show Is the "Spooks Run Wild," while "Dawn on the Great Divide" will be presented over-capaci- r : . months. ty Sunday evening. $5. M n rf 50 Employes Attend if base-boar- Friday NightDance ar -il Hattle thi 'they wouldn't trade and typM pencil pen, for writer with a pay raise tossed in. Now Plays for Civilians olstols Line Achievements Noted In National Army Publicatiop Engagement Announced 7:00-9:0- 0 and C (book four) good through B-- s II IUUICU a thi ihiiation utaaIt. HUK Telling the story which the m fielder baa featured in several sues, the Times devoted a generout r mm t hn work done Jiliillil,4 . by the 500 "Keep 'Em FlyinlJ civilian mechanfcs and aoldien who work on the Liberator taj Decern-2- 0. The article calls the here the "first progressive line for reoonditionine ) Green stamps D, E, and F valid December 1, good through January 20, 1944. Meats, Fata, Etc Brown stamps G, H, J, and K (book three) good through December 4; brown stamps L and M, and brown stamps N which become valid on December S, good through January . naw -- Sugar: Black stamp 29 (book four) good through January 15, 1944. Sugar coupons issued to purchase sugar for home canning are good through February 29, 1944. Shoes: Stamp No. 18 (book one) and airplane stamp No. 1 (book three) both good for one pair of shoes. No expiration date has been set for these stamps. Thirty days advance notice will be given to the public if and when an expiration date is set. Gasoline: 8tamps No. 9 ("A" book) good for three gallons to January 22, subject to change. Hill Field's slogan and goal "A Bomber a Day" on the ! line was the subject of an articl' in Armv Times." nationally H Remember These Ration Dates 1, 1944. i "Battle of Britain,'' film formerly well, anyway, ine xirst uiree iicw shown only for military audiences, will be shown for Hill Field cifor vilians for the first time at 3 Ogden Jazzmen o'clock and 4:15 this afternoon at Hillcrest Dances the post theatre, according to Capt, While members of the "Kee The engagement of Jean Harames, Carl S. Menger, chief of special 'Em Flying" orchestra are former machine services employe services. leave, arrangements to feature The film, which graphically par- Oeden orchestra tor the regv here, to Lt. Elliot B. Anderson of Hi Salt Lake City, was announced tray's Britain's fight for victory, Fridav nisrht dances in the beii will be shown at 3 o'clock for the rpMt recreation hall are last week. The wedding is scheduled to take swing shift employes and 4:15 for completed this week. Over ana residents attended place at San Angelo, Texas, De day shift workers every afternoon cember 15, at the army air base until December 14, except Sunday. dance last Friday evening whl All civilian employes are invited was riven under the direction chapel. miss narames will be accom- to attend the showings, to which the dormitory welfare and recreH ation unit. panied to Texas by her sister, admission is free. Tessie Harames. who will act as maid of honor. A resident of Ogbecame an B-2- 4 den, the bride-to-b- e L B. M. operator at Hill Field immediately after her graduation from Ogden high school. She was a Hillfielder pin-u- p girl several months back. or A, B, girls blond "Pistol Packin' Mammas". Police work has mad such a hit with both that they ii iena to ioiiow mat pursuit afl the war. Over 50 employes of the inspecFor Lucille, the schoolteachi tion and inventory control section half of the sister duo, the jumn wasn't too great Shi of supply division and their part- AMP duties "hitch" with thi served a two-yedinner-danc- e ners attended the Women's Auxiliary Militia Corpi held last Friday evening in the in San Francisco, got plenty ol Ben Lomond hotel, Ogden. ruie practice ana arming whili During the evening guests were guarding alien Japanese en rout entertained by a program staged to interment camps. am But for Irene, by various members of the personnel. Lt Arthur W. Rossiter, Jr., saleswoman in a smart Chicai chief of the inspection branch, act- shop quite a difference! At thi ed as master of ceremonies and however, she maintains that com introduced Capt. Leo W. Jones, pared to some of the - rm - going chief of the section, who gave a brief talk. Lt. Edith P. Lewis, shoppers she has faced, guardini Women's Army Corps, related in- Hill Field is a snap, almost tami teresting highlights of army" life work. in the'WACs. Originally coming to Hill Fieli were directed for clerical positions after passi by Arrangements Lena Blamires, Irene Christiansen, civil service stenographic exam Lois Ludlow and Delmar Weese. ations, it didn't take the Ackei manns kmg to fall prey to the li of the AMP'S attractive unifoi and they switched jobs. of Britain comely, - There has also been some talk of Tats on the field big, fat ones SUNDAY Uau g:00 a.m. that will eat absolutely, anything. Catholic Service 9:00 a.m. At the moment several resource- Protestant School a.m. SchooVi Post .10:00 ful employes from utilities are ex- Sunday 10:13 a.m. Hospital Service Service 11:00 a.m. perimenting with different traps Protestant Masa 12:00 noon for ambushing the animals, if any. Catholic Protestant Evening Service ... 7:00 p.m. MONDAY According to these employes, one Meeting 7:00 p.m. thing must be kept paramount in Service Men's League TUESDAY etching rats and that is: you CathoUe Choir Practice 7:00 8:00 p.m. an't use the same trap twice; the WEDNESDAY Evening Masa (Catholic) ..... 4:45 p.m. rats are just too hep. Protestant Choir Practice .... 7:00 p.m. One trap utilizes the principal of THl'RMDAY the photo electric cell. As the rat Choir Praotlce (for 9:00 a. in. 7:00 p.m. Service) d forcurries along the FRIDAY aging for provender he suddenly Jewish Service 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY breaks a beam of black light which Will Confessions Be (Confessions trap-doturn la springs a dropHeld Before AU Maaaea) p.m. ping .the unsuspecting rat into a barrel of water which drowns him Wetter than a bucket of seaweed. Former Hill Fielders Sydney Another rather interesting af- C Peacock, instrument mechanic fair consists of a tripod mounted here until last June, is now a prion a garbage can. A piece of meat vate in the air corps, serving in ia suspended from the center of England. His brother, Gerald E. the tripod. When the rat climbs Peacock, who was a typist clerk On the garbage can and reaches here until last August, is taking for the meat several thousand volts basic training with a paratroop Of electricity tear through him. An unit at Fort Benning, Ga. Foods: stamps South Dakota, Bryant, Jean Harames Soon To Wed Lieutenant them. Processed Green : " B-2- 4 m assemMT B-Z- U J nnlntl Ollt;thsttM w line technique has led production increase of at iew cent. j per n,m. maintenance record s niarcontinues, "leads n major control areas of the in man-hoproduction. m effect on Safety measures discussed 4 line also are Army Times artiole. thm article ur I 'a B-2- 5 f""'4 UTalVin t-- JmZJ M be married to .... mu tor. formerly interviewer andew") i RamlnfftMl Arm llu. Lake CMtv. was this week appo'"1! in as an employe counsellorwas li -it r maiuienavnoe iwuwih Benni ww T services employ hers, .Former Hurh C U. Elliot "hine B. Anderson of Salt Lake City! counselling supervisor.