|Hill Air Force Base Newspapers
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|Hill Air Force Base Newspapers
1 Aid Tirst Cupid's Planned TAP LUtUQlper Necessary per Bating Hying Patrol Oearse Red Cross Sends EM to III Parent ih", 'iiUf t last waT announced meeting in the ; will - in receW-inl-CA- P Placed on Eastbound Plane Two Hours U. north-iglS&onha- h the gjJBftraining program A here, ob-- f in Vayone interested pilot's license. Jf . that the standard 5teS ?SSe of 20 hours is a After Wire Received It first pre-4rating of corporal in - A typical service supplied by the Red Cross field director's office here was the one afforded a mem- Sf for ?CAP organisation. x of about 2Q enrollees ISTSre planned. To sign up. call 2? Red Cross office, extension - - ."V An advanced last week in the id0 begun Qualified classroom. SdCrott instructors are urged to CtoctMargaret Bennett, director at the I Se Hill Field branch, 524. I - 'i V office. f;v i Hilicrest Highlights . A 1 i 1 i,.. ' ' - immediately. Red Cross facilities whipped into action contacting the soldier here. reservation in arranging for plane Mr. Bereeson Salt Lake City. drove the boy to Salt Lake him self and saw him aboard a fast air liner headed for Des Moines, Iowa ana nis mother. ; 'J fhime has been Ethey Wylie and Srxommittee for the July 13th Wtinc of the Minnesota Club, lie program is to be as follows: hag Etiquette. ..Florence Palmer Ranges in Design in u. a. nags Througn tne xears. ......... . Frank. Hopkins foe Liberty Bell. . .Earl Tennyson or maepena- fhe Declaration ...... .uiiDert iioveisrua ence CtHfTIMIff '.l Oil,! oxiiBxiis Kmmuiuiy Trip to Logan. ...... .tintif by Miss Wen t ' l L - Earl Tennyson, wfft f it. I - i ' Big Carnival If A - - unairman at the Tha Minnpsotans will meet :00 d. m. in the club room of g, lemonade, darts, and all the amusing nonsensical things a carnival brings to mind-Y- es there is to be a Summer Carnival right hereBig-on Hill Field! Place East Wing Recreation Hall. Time from 1:00 p.m. 16th on to wee hours of July 17. There will be bing, too, July hot-docs, 7 Junior Red Cross workers, un the supervision of Allie Bow- will meet in Sahara Villager Friday afternoon at mornings at 8:30 Recreation Hall area. All girls (etween the ages of 8 and 16 in doing sewing for the 'ted Cross are urged to be present each t80 It these meetings. , . MlnnAannlta ana Virginia Ciesota, Pa., Lutheran fhristian workers, have moved jom the dormitory area to Sahara illage, Sixth Street, . Vinton "Gramna" Phrwnlv re- lirned to Hill Firid ThunHav pm a two weeks' vacation in K-6- 7. reeley, 16th Colorado, I The L. D. S. Fireside Chat group first meeting at 8:00 nt in the club room of the wtheast Recreation Hall on July Officers elected to be in charge first six weeks are: Chair- w wm. h. Treasurer. Dennis, Jr., and Madrene The Second msaMn a tka Vln. ffe group, held Sunday, July 9, in the nature of a Quiz Forum pj P wu greatly enloved bv those d their nd special program is w ior Sunday, Julybeing 23, will be In lieu of that for Julv 18th. whirh haa fusiponea to the later date. lJ transcribed drama to be series oi r- ? .Portrayed arxisis, Will oe pre- weekly at Hilicrest. In the CZ1"" Recreation Hall club nm of tn aeries will Tu,esay. July 18, at 7:00 im W .i..ermI8slon for their use has terJd"m WJn The rvi U7, rJ te--"- a. "me. j . . .pany- - on the lawn R?"on otn. Old "nx, juiy wre played and rePorted a very enioy- - fem'11 ZZZln K ior s Jsy'a ! fecial meeting Council on Thurs- - the club room on oor of building 524. !. Present. ?" Recreation everv Thura. lo enjov tha u - A, fadljr atmos-ia- e. .?.un to have a arood JVng r bere irS; Thurso',", ?r nKiLb?t W - , Sec-wry-a- 8:00 P- - m--"- o ?nd. coma on ng hamburgers and soda. poj! All . the things to take us back to of pigtails and knee pants days the . fun days of our youth! The Carnival promises prizes and to be packed full of surprises! No one can afford to miss this event. The hall will be closed all day Saturday, July 15th, in preparation of this big feature. Remember a Carnival Sunday, July in-cres- Lillian Aniforsrm penny-pitchi- - let and Tuesday h the Northwest h the dormitory Scheduled Sunday A Carnival! What happy word brines-pi- nk thoughts the very fortune-tellin- Recreation Hall. All asidents of the dormitory from le Gopher State are welcome. outheast k ber of the 4135th base unit guard section last week when Director Sheldon Bergeson placed him aboard an eastbound plane en route to the bedside of his mother lets than two hours after receiving a .telegram stating her illness. The local organization here pro service. Previously, vides Mr. Bergeson had arranged trans for the young portation and money soldier when his mother was ill about two months ago. Then at his home in Ogden last week he received a second telegram, an that if her son wished to nouncing see her alive again he should come 24-ho- ur i I ...; ' '. I fx.n - Wmltory further CAP training inf orhat ation call extension 8376, recre- rton unit. 12. 1944 July new .CAP aid classes . ,air patron ODened in a few I 5 Wednesday ... Or maybe It's just one more way te get yourself a man en Sadie OF LADY MARION ft as Be that may, the important thing is that pictured above la a tricky little nifty Hawkin's day. bedecked In an abbreviated William Tell salt with appurtenances to match. Isn't she a sweetheart? Vital statistics: Name, Carmen Scholtx; employment, earners repair section, optical Instrument; tenure, since October, 1943; married? Nope! Home, Ashland, Wisconsin; height, 5' 'A"; age, nearly 20. (Photograph by Weldon Barnham, camera repair section.) SHADES New Cafeteria Improvements Will Include Smaller Tables and Individual Chairs installed, will entirely Prewnt imorovements. plannedfbeing the old type in use since the nlace and in progress, at the base and restaurants were opened. They dormitory cafeterias mciuae new are square and will accommodate colored tables, wooden individual chairs, four persons. Marble-typ- e ordered to and a linoleum has been white enamel steam tables with cover the tables. a Interiors of the repainting A new soda fountain in the Hill-cre- st cream and buff motif, Capt Fred recreation hall is being conofficer, cafeteria P. Schmidt, Jr., said, and the templated, announced this week, adding be its arrival Capt. Schmidt upon whether depends would possibly refurbishing not ice cream Is obtainable. nearly completed within the next or Reports that improvements 30 days. The new tables, which are now planned for the base restaurants re-4-w- ill not be provided for at the dormitory cafeteria are untrue, he Each . improvement con stated. templated will be installed in all - He asked that people return any outstanding silverware,' as it is practically Impossible to obtain. If anyone wishes to borrow cafeteria silverware' for ' a party or other affair, the management will be glad to cooperate by loaning its own equipment, he pointed out. East Wing Recreation Hall! 'Tabloid Traunc? Entertains This Friday Eve The USO Camp Showtabbed "Tabloid Troupe No. 85", with ' the1 song and dance team of Palmer and Johnson as chief entertainment specialists, comes to . HU1 Field this next Friday night. '. Alse on hand to liven the shew will be Tiny, s up former comedian with Singling Circus and for 15 years straight man and dancer In vauievile. Rose Tong, known as the "Chins Doll" of show business, Is the featured singer ef the Tabloid. A pianist of no mean ability is Gladys Cooper, alse with this wvupv, one win give lona with her best "servicemen-appeIn her boogie-woog- ie renditions en the Ivories. Eight-fifteIs the time. The gym ispromptly the place. The night promises to be a big one, so premium seats shoald be claimed early In order not to miss say part of this camp show. al en Maj. Renfro Visits Forces Armed After Institute; Named Plane Old Folks Reunion Major' Robert GVs Appreciate Educa tional Opportunity Renfro, ..... .ltlAl wiiptvjc courses sented the Air Service available. These course? now enroll Ann nlnttA You've heard of the ,,FgerBea-ver.- " the "Swoose," "Dry Martini, won and other bombers that havehere s Well, battle. in their glory Air The oni. Sery-- i Eighth a new nu.r in -- i nt ita huge trans -i naming the ghip "USAFIV ports. after tne Armea .',"" per cent increase in enrollments . In the European ineaver. education m nf are everywhere the soldiers are. formation is as near to the OASC soldier as is tne special the base gymnasium, telephone jex. 433. No matter where the "owieT if stationed, or wnai nw ' i- oT-m-v qu. for soldier may many uiuiera In the institute. hesitate to enroll for institute courses because they, are moving from camp to camp, or are going overseas, and they are afraid the lessons will get lost in the shuffle. Far from it! The courses signed up for will follow the soldiers wherever they go. Institute students are serving everywhere, inside and outside the continental limits of the United States. It is easy to enroll. The only fee required for registration is $2.00. This fee entitles the student to study, one at a time, as many Institute correspondence or courses as he likes. Eight new institute courses are aelf-teachi- ng now cover the field of municipal ad ministration. Included in this group are three courses which carry college credits with the Uni Description versity of Chicago. and full particulars of courses and are available . at the enrollment Special Service Office, Base Gym nasium. R. vnlAilnn. ICHUVII9 kll CI, Ogden OASC C1V Command at the annual Weber County "Old Folks" outing held Friday, June 30, at Lori Farr Ogden. park in To a huge assembly of oldsters numbering nearly 3.000, he expressed regret that Col. Paul W. Wolf. OASC commanding officer, was unable to accept an invitation to attend the gathering and extended this station's compliipents to them. Governor Herbert B. Maw of Utah addressed the audience following Maj. Renfro's remarks. Twenty Per Cent Club . . . A per cent club has been or sanized in branch elsht for all em ployes who are subscribing 20 per cent or more of the gross pay for war bonds under the allotment FOR 8 A LB lfk offer. Lincoln 8pDrr plan. The club has 22 members so 1039 model. Muat mU quick. Contact Major new 20 . Stoll, MtciMloa S60.