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m. . . . Al . Jr . . 0 1 ft V Hill Field, Utah EDITORIAL SUPERVISION o. . Captain A. B. Wtoaonkei Special lafonnsttioa Officer o. 4- tral Europe as missionary of the Baptist church. By Pvt. Teres E. Noe It is just a small bronze bell, well worn with the Strange as it may seem to one of the laity, Mrs. ages of use, the inscription on the outside has. even Friedemann also found time to write a book, "Under wedis is for a it a it bell, Five happy disappeared, yet Flags," about their many experiences in the ding bell. Its clarion call has joyfully told of the ' central European field. An entire chapter, "Duty happy union of hundreds of Russia's and Latvia's Extraordinary," is devoted to the Latvian wedding young in love, . Measuring but a few inches in girth, ceremony in which the little metal bells play such this small bell has rung the glad tidings of so many an important part. It is the harmonious tinkling of bells that broadweddings that the rim of its lip is now paper thin, its clapper worn down to half its original size. casts throughout the countryside the news of a Since finding its way to Hill Field, the wedding wedding to be. Attached to the harnesses and dros-kibell has rung in the engagements of many of of the happy pair, the bells joyfully tinkle their own. Sunday evening last, following the regtidings right up to the altar. During the two days ular hymn song meet in the northwest hall, this of feasting which follows the ceremony, the bells small bell again tolled its glad tidings. And this are used many times to 'announce certain special time for its owner, Mrs. Lera B. Friedemann, host- -, events. It is again the bells which rings out the ess of the northwest hall, who had brought the bell feast time, and which announces the time for all the all the way from Latvia near the border of Russia,, guests to return to their respective homes. ' v v In the evening, May 14, at 8 p. m., in the northjust for such an occasion. While a missionary to central Europe, Mrs. Friedewest hall, the small Latvian bell will again ring. mann became so interested in the small metal bells This time, as announced last Sunday, it will be the used there to ring in the glad tidings of forthcommarriage ceremony of Mrs. Friedemann to William M. Tucker, a local Ogden business man. ing marriage that she decided, if possible, she would one to of bells back with America. the her bring Although Mrs. Friedemann brought the small So much value do the natives place upon the bells bell away from its home just outside the "Gate to that have tolled in the happy unions of their famParadise" in central Europe, to announce her own ilies for generations, that it took both fortitude and engagement, it will not stop there. She plans to persuasive ability to finally obtain one of the small have it ready on hand to ring in as many weddings bells for her very own. It was then that Mrs. of the citizens of Hillcrest as there are those who Friedemann decided it must be used some day to desire it. announce her own engagement. The Sunday eveShe has promised also that any of the military ning was the realization then of a dream of many: personnel who might like to have this little bell to years' standing. ring in the good tidings of their wedding-to-bmay With her late husband, Enger Kurt Friedemann, have it for the asking. It is just a small bell, but its who some eight years ago lost his life in unhappy tone is clear, and its charm, 'tis said, that of good luck! Czechoslovakia, Mrs. Friedemann toured all of cen- -. - . -- es t's T. ;rv Reporter Reporter Reporter Photography Bft, O. JU Kinney, Base Photo The Hiimeider la published weeny nt tne interest ot the military and ,, Air iiepot and Ogden Air Service CommandHiii personnel ot the Air Base. Ogden tree each Wednesday. It 1 printed with the lLHOl Ogden, Utah, and la distributed and through the cooperation ot The Ogden Standard-Examine- r. Opinions exDi.2 in this paper are those of the Individual writers and members ot the or ot the army of the commanding officer do not necessarily reflect the atutude or tubii.hi is requested that articles appearing In its ooltunna be not without the express consent of the Public Relations Office at Hill Field. The hjZ fielder receives material supplied by Camp Newspaper Service. War DepartmM material may not be republished withaLi .205 East 42nd Street, N. S. O. Credited permission from Camp Newspaper Service. itafi.2 Loohing Around With Lawrence C. Evans One usually doesn't think of electricians as being especially comely or demure but in this case it's a pretty apt 'description of Bessy twenty-year-ol- d junior Thomas, aircraft electrician in the ignition harness unit, electrical repair branch. Bessy has brown hsar, dark eyes, and a sweet smile that curls up the corners of her mouth. Bessy is engaged to a former Hill Field employe who used to work in the same building with her until the 27th of last month. Pfc Howard Low Musical films and the war art generally mixed up in three pi tares: Meet the People, Jam Set sion and Follow the Boys. Hollywood has quite a time overhauled during the last 12 months. In addition thousands of automatic pistols, revolvers. Ml carbines, Spririgfields, Garands and other weapons, including the and cannon, have also been inspected, maintained and reconditioned.' Additional women are being sought for these and similar tasks at Hill Field, according to Captain' Robert O. Stafford, employment t, chief, who lists jobs for stenographers, warehousemen, mechanic learners and typists. ri-be- en 37-m- m. - 20-m- m. 37-m- m. . . clerk-typis- on-the-j- ob women mechanically-minde- d Fay Farnsworth of Salt Lake City and Margaret Hamaker of Sahara Village rapidly developed to the point where they now handle a weapon with the familiarity of a kitchen paring knife. replace-me- nt Inspection, of broken or worn parts, removal of friction points, spring checks for tensile strength, and tolerances within of an inch are routine tasks for ly, one-thousan- them today. Lt. E. W. Kalb, assistant chief of ordnance supply, supervises ordnance repair where more than calibre machine guns mostly destined for installation on Liberators being rehabilitated on Hill Field's famous 4 line have 3,000 .50 B-2- .lob Call V DON'T ier ALL THbtM $TRlPg$ v Mutual Benefit Calls Fall Due May Fifth Hill Field Mutual Benefit society calls 16 and 17 will oe due May 5, delinquent May 15, it was an nounced yesterday. , Assessments may be paid to any authorized solicitor or. to Marie Morris, supply division; Gweneth Higbee, maintenance division; Rose L. Olson, headquarters, civilian per sonnel building. Society officials said cails 16 and 17 are to pay death claims to the following beneficiaries: Mary E. Heath, beneficiary of William C Heath, and Millie Wood, benefic iary of Edward Wood. - YEAH- HITCH J WA9 A GVtfFMAN! shipbuilding pie. The show finally comes off at the end of the picture, presentei at an actual launching, and is per' the film, haps the brightest part ofconcern 'Jam Session" mainly itself with sneaking in about seven or eight name bands and ON OL' MITCH C ueuT 2VC ALVW I WONDERED usxi m -- HE W43 A SANDPOUNDIX IN TUS COAST OUAKP KFOKB TW HAW TOO rr osstt an' moe r mrmr "S THS jntncnmMl A S P-- w BvzeeLs! .gbfceig -- F r WWf 9 X I 1 will sou enow ml A sj i 1 1 VJATCX? Changes . . Laurence Faulkner former chief storekeeper, warehouse 36, was recently named assistant chief supervisor of branch five. He replaces George Van Leeu-we- n who left the field. Karl I BM is M Finally, "Follow the Boys" tribute to the USO camp all-o- ut ..V 1 ' I vi r....I.JT:. vmj-A- ub eT I lTV 1 y I 1 V K l . fellow-worke- j a Louis Jordan, Sophie Tucker, aai many others, with Arthur and Carmen Amaya refr, . resenting the serious arts. Ba-bins- hide-and-se- V Senator Asks Iowa'a Senator, G. M. Gilletta, resohas introduced a concurrent efM lution to Congress to the fore members of the armed that ...... ...i a.i0ri continuously side the continental limits of m United States for two years Stau longer, be returned to the tlough and be granted leave of absence to rest a.r,a J"? their families before reassigning to duty. The Secretaries of and Navy are requested m3 effective as soon as Is reas pie practicable the policy oumncu the resolution. w 30-d- ay Son Qf Tha Peach, .y rV4V-ma t If OOTTA TS i I I I A V' III AW j 11. for Furlough Policy rasper, Wyoming. fl ek entertaining. boot-train- ee ifT4V tein Committe Hollywood Victory and Raft Dancej George Organizer Zorina furnish the skimpy "to amoaf which plays the numerous guest appearanceart some of which, in all fairness, boot-train- er I 7 aid, W. C. Fields, Orson Welles, Marlene Dietrich, Charlie Spivak, rs THffW X.7S?--?f SOU Wf THE CHN OK IMS HAl? II stats legitimate excuse to pluckheaven from the entertainment for its heavily rhinestoned omelet Specialties are offered in generous portions by such names at Dinah Shore, Jeanette MacDasr ' 'Trry .and. th Pirates" 60 ftJTD THE show circuit, and gives Hollywooa Bessy Thomas' Now he is taking his Navy boot training at Farragut, Idaho. His name: Joseph Jensen. She also has a brother at the same place and he, too, surprising ly enough, is taking boot training. When we suggested that possibly she found it difficult to keep step with her male colleagues in the ignition harness business she bristled quickly;. "Sure I can do as good as they can!". With several male colleagues listening in we didn't extend the matter. 'T kinda like it; it's different, she said when we asked her about Hill Field. We agreed instantly. For recreation Bessy goes roller skating, dancing and swimming. She said she isn't accepting dates at the present time. MI have a lot of fun with the girls," she said. She batches it with at a small hostelry in Salt Lake City. For hobbies she collects snapshots and writes letters. How many does she write a week? About fifteen. Seven of those go to Jensen In Farragut; the rest to brother and t other worthies. . nere sne was a oeiore coming student nurse in the Denver Gen eral Hospital. She's been here about a year and a half and likes Denver better than Salt Lake City; Thomsen, warehouse 29. will replace Faulkner in warehouse 36. Lt Orla L. Geick has been appointed assistant chief, branch five. iiuine is HAD TO grade. is saved for the Ana . Miller production number in finale, when she taps and sings ,The Victory Polka." flag-wavi- ng ki AFTev Miuen struck dancer and a script write TTm trying to make tne - y jWSLLySAV I A singers in dusty, old numbers, when it isn't spilling its puerile wheeze about a struggling movie, . The second in a new series of recorded musical masterpieces takes place at the base chapel to morrow evening at 7:30 p. m. The following pr.ogram has been planned: Brahms Andre . Waltz in Minor Kostelanetz and orchestra; Piano Coflcerto in B Flat Minor Tschai- kowski Vladimir Horowitz, pianist with NBC orchestra, Toscanini conducting; "Aufenthalt" (My Abode) Schubert Marian Anderson, contralto; Afternoon of a Faun Debussy Leopold Stokow-sand Philadelphia orchestra; La Valse Ravel Sergei Kousse-vitzk- y and Boston symphony orchestra. A bus leaves the civilian dormitory area at 7:20 p. m., stopping at the south gate and the clock house, for civilian workers who wish to attend the concerts. Last week's featured selection Was the "Barber of Seville," recorded by Victor and considered a musical treat by those present. 'si wKfc w Concert Program At Chapel Thursday Night by Milton Cftiff, creator of mr . these contemporary musicals in Mi effort to entertain. After 1L at matter h-light the comedy, tbt war canr ' be ignored in the script So, In "Meet the People," Wat Worker Dick Powell wrestJet with Stage Star Lucille Ball over the problem of putting on a musical revue glorifying the work era who have their fingers in the - Repair and maintenance of canlies, machine guns and light ' task of once exclusive the non invaded been has mechanics male by the gentler sex at Hill Field headquarters of the Ogden Air Service Command. soldiers and While khaki-cla- d civilian mechanics are still in the majority and do the bulk of. the work, their ranks include two coveralled girls qualified to handle automatic anything from a .45 Colt aircraft cannon. . to a Rudiments of gun repair were provided by special introductory courses developed by post schools trainand followed by of Orson ing under the direction W. Goldsberry, armament repair foreman. After learning the difference between the breech and muzzle, these . C. Evan lrry Pvt. Teresa B. Noe e, The Fair Sex Invades Another Domain Once Only for Males LrTtt? lor Rylana K. Thomaeon ' T81. CpL Sylveiter Adessa 8ft. Thomas a. Boright, Jr. Editor Managing . aForLevy rublle Belattoae Oflhw, Lieutenant Beaao For Special Service Major Cart 8. Menger Editor Hill-cres- Wednesday, April 26Tl944 ST "V 1- - Wrrtrf. .tag ) S X N Kf 1 ,T -- I f k. II fAYL vwa .