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Out for Beauty and Talent to Represent Air Force Base in Annual "Kiss Ogden" Contest Call Goes lii) The 1952 search for beautv and talent is on! Hill Air Force Base has been asked to enter a contestant in the annual Miss Ogden contest being sponsored by the Ogden Junior " 0. 7 x Ij i miii """" ii rw " . . Fort Worth, Texas Rootin1 for a Big Round Up Hill's famous Red Cross Round Up received the blessing of the Fort Worth Chamber of Com merce last week when Brig. Gen eral A. H. Gilkeson. ranee boss. received the following letter: "Howdy Pardner: Down heah in Texas we're right proud to learn about how you wranglers up thar at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, are aimin' to put youah Red Cross Brand on them flyin' critters of the Air Force. Tell them rugged Ranch Hands and Range Bosses and them purty Rustlers-t- o pour on the leather and you'll have them dogies branded in no time. Give our best wishes to all hands and tell 'em Fort Worth, "Where the West beTexas, is rootin' fer a bang-u- p gins" Red Cross Round Up! Ride 'em, cowboys! So long, Pardner, (Signed) Bert Godfrey, President Airman of the Month After a loner, hard ride from the Hill Ranch, two Hill wranglers turn over $9,000 to the Weber Chapter of the American Red Cross at a luncheon held in Ogden Tuesday. In just seven days the Red Cross brand was slapped on "dogies" at Hill and over $9,000 collected. Additional money is still coming in. Accepting the money from the Hill ranch hands are Wallace White, (center) and John Seaman of the Weber chapter, ARC. Ranch hands are (right), Ffc. Arnie Soboloff, special services, and Mary K. Senile, radio Benefit Dance Tonight for Father Doomed to Year-Lon-g Stay in Cast By Dorothy G. Nelson A father of four cniidren wno nas Deen coniinea to nis Dea ior ine at Hill Air Force base last five months will find that his fellow-workehaven't forgotten him when they dance tonight at a ball given for his benefit. Award Given to Kenworthy Award of a gt. silver identification Iracelet Wednesday made MSgt, Tvilliam G. Kenworthy, airman of he month at Hill Air Force base the presentation was made by Brig. general A. H. Gilkeson in his 642 Eighth Street, Ogden, won't be able to attend his be in his bed in a cast that extends from his chest He'll dance. benefit and where he'll to his toes, where he's been for the past five months montnsa for many good likely stay procedure's so he'll be able to step to come. his old job when he's recovered. Anderson was in an automobile into s He also using this time to take a the took October that accident last course in Industrial correspondence sent him lives of three people and has completed 11 to the hospital for 22 .days witn management and with the remarkable assignments of the upper compound fractures of 91. average legs. . Location of the benefit dance will Friends at Hill ax a nave organized a benefit dance for Anderson be the American Legion Hall in scheduled for this evening to help Layton, reports Mrs. Marjorie him pay doctor and hospital bills, Solomon, in charge of arrange ments. The hall, has been donated and to help Anderson's wife, Virginia, take care of the four free of charge by the Legion. Music is being furnished by Jiggs children, Bobbie 9, Jimmie 7, Kay Van Limburg and his band. Plate 5, and Linda, 5 months. was re- lunches-ancold drinks will also be Last October-Andersover- sold in an effort to raise additional from home working turning time at his iob in the Material funds. Facilities di"ision of Supply and Tickets to the dance, which be Services directorate at Hill when gins tonient at :3U p.m., are one happened. The accident the Fred Anderson, I of- - Ice. Outstanding leadership, alert- less, integrity, industry and ef aciency," states the citation accompanying the award, were the qualifies which won Sgt. Kenworthy the lonor. I Now stationed in the base tran hent aircraft section, Sgt. Ken worthy has been a member of the Air Force continuously since he joined in February 1943. A product pf Kansas, being born at Fowler, he pas educated at Monte Vista. Colo Immediately after his graduation from Sargent High School, Sgt, Kenworthy joined the Air Force, I During the war, he saw service ks flight engineer in the Ferry pommand in South America and Africa. Later, he was stationed in Italy where he met his wife, Maude E. Bone of Watford, England, who was serving In the ATS, the British equivalent of the WACs. For three years, Sgt. Kenworthy was air at tache of the United States em- I . 1 Base Tel. No. ....... Weber Morgan Davis Residents of other counties must compete in counties where they reside! WHAT TALENT WILL CONTESTANT PRESENT IN CON- TEST: Has contestant ever been married? Age of contestant (At least, 17; not over 27) Send or bring this blank to AG-Special Projects, 204 Administration Bldg. NOTE Entry must be filed on or before 4 pan., Friday, March 21, 1952. Applicants will be notified of day and hour of tryouts during last week of March! 2, E-18- 0. ' j 1 1 for Hill Air Force Base, March Number 6 14, 1952 The Hill "Ranch" Red Cross Round Up for 1952 hit the $10,000 mark as it neared completion at week's end, according to project officer Lt. William H. Moore. Many organizations on the Hill "Ranch" displayed the coveted "One Hnudred Percent" sticker by March 6th, only two days af ter the Round Up got under way. The idea of a western theme for the Red Cross campaign was re ceived enthusiastically by workers all over the base and by civic digni taries in surrounding communities.-- At a Red Cross luncheon at the Weber County chapter house. last to the Red Cross includes Inspec tor General's Personnel and Tuesday, Lt. Moore turned in a cool administrationoffice, office and all of its nine grand and promised that there would be at least a thousand dollars components, the following sections more coming when accounting was of the Comptrollers office; accounting division, management services completed. A novel method of reporting Hill's division; budget office, plans, proand analysis; administration huge contribution was planned and grams and the Supply admin- staged by the Special Projects of istration,Comptroller; supply management and fice. It was a stunt that focused office, requirements and procedure a great deal of attention on 2921st Area fine work, Lt. Moore re distribution section, theThe fire de group supply depot. s ported. office, special partment, projects Colonel William Monay, director of Maintenance Engineering, and commanding general office, comfollow Captain Raymond J. Kruse, special munications section, and the services officer, made the stunt pos- ing organizations in maintenance; sible by providing the performers. maintenance tool crib, shops diviA Hill airman and a Hill civilian sion, reproduction office, and the division. worker dressed in complete western engineering division was the The engineering regalia stomped into the luncheon first office in Maintenance to reach meeting with guns blazing to de- the 100 participation mark. Lead liver the $9,000 in true western Milon C. Boyce, the 74 engineers by style. The cowpoke was Pfc. Arnold turned in an average of $1.60 per Soboloff and his pretty western person. Lt. Moore said special praise was companion was Mary K. Benlk of due Lynn Barringer and his workradio repair shop. Their grand wes in ers e tern-stylentrance with their re division.the Manufacture and repair not reaching the of the port outstanding success of 100 percentWhile the participation the drive won the applause of scores 1390 workers contributed mark, the excelof civic and business officials pres lent total of $1610.83. ent at the luncheon. Many offices used remarkable Colonel Graves McGary, head of in staging special stunts the military division of the Red initiative to the success of the Red insure Cross campaign, was high in his Cross such as Base Supply drive, manner in the for excellent praise section. This office used the secGilkeson which General and all Hillf ielders worked to help the com tions "kitty" to purchase a radio, toaster, and electric clock to be munity Red Cross project. A partial list of those units or raffled off to Red Cross contribuorganizations which did an out' tors. By this plan $5224 were donated by the 442 personnel. standing job in contributing 100 Hill-fielde- r's rs 1-S- ...v , . Approximately $10,000 Coralled at the Hill Ranch In Its American Red Cross Western Round Up . AG-- 2. .. . Hill Top Times Who will represent Hill AFB in the forthcoming: Miss Ogden con test? That's the question that must be decided within the next few weeks. The call is out for all employees to submit names of girls in their sections who can qualify. To enter your favorite beauty, just clip the entry blank at the top of this page, fill in the necessary information and send to Entry No. NAME OF ENTRANT Where Employed Check Name of County Where Entrant Lives Chamber of Commerce. Winner of the Miss Ogden title Building will compete in. the annual Miss Letters are being sent to the Utah contest next fall. If success- heads of all departments urging ful, she will represent Utah in the them to see that, if they have . Miss America Pageant at Atlantic eligible contestants .they are enCity, New Jersey. tered. Entry blanks must be filed I The Rill AFB Civilian Welfare with the Special Office on i Association .through its president, or before Friday, Projects March 21 at 4 p.m. 1 "Rex Layton, has promised to spon will be held at the base sor the entry of a candidate in the Tryoutsthe last week of March to I during Miss Ogden Contest. Last year, a select Hill's entry to the Miss OgHill employee Miss Lurlien Mor- den contest. j . now employed in State Servris ices at the base, won the Miss Ogden contest. Any girl, at least 17 and not more than 27 years old in September, 1952, and never married, who possesses a talent which can be presented to an audience is eligible to enter the Hill AFB tryout contest. Talent may include singing, dancPublished ing, dramatic reading, playing of an Volume 5 even and instrument, designing of clothes. In such a case, the contestant would model her own creations. Candidates must reside in either Weber, Morgan or Davis counties since other counties are holding their own contests. So, if you are interested In being :j - ; Date the next Miss Ogden or if you know anyone at the base you think would be a likely candidate, fill out the attached entry blank and send it to ' the Special Projects Office or bring it in per(Symbol AG-2-) sonally, Room 204, headquarters E-18- i Hill AFB Civilian Welfare Association Miss Ogden Tryout Contest Entry Blank . - red-head- Hillf ielders Will Dance for Their Sake Si f V- ed . on d 1 tradegy necessitated an operation to natch toeether broken bones. Doc tors now estimate that Anderson's atav In.thp cast will last about' a year. dollar per person. "As we're trying to raise enough money to help Freddie all we can we're hoping to sell as many tickets as possible even though people are unable to attend the dance," Mrs. three-fourthis of Although Solomon said. body is completely encased in plas Tickets may be purchased at the sun maintains ter cast. Anderson cheerful, happy outlook. With both door. "We sincerely hope that everyone arms free he is able to write, read, comes out to the dance and while study and even help tend baby old a time weeks two was who good they'll having they're just Linda, sassy at Rome. also be helping a good guy that Sgt. and Mrs. Kenworthy are now when the accident happened. Anderson is keeping up on supply needs it," Mrs. Solomon said. living at 24 Talbot Drive, Layton 1 4 - s f, n s" Tl it r, ' '1 r I: " hs J Fred Anderson, who was critically injured In an automobile accident last Ocober, will be remembered at a benefit dance to be held tonight at the Layton American Legion HalL Although Anderson has been In a oast for over five months It will still be many months before he can return to work at bis Job In supply. He Is shown above with his wife, Virginia, and children (left to right) Jlnunle, Bobbie, Linda and Hay.