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Sheppard Field Texacts (Newspaper) - April 01, 1944, Sheppard Field, TexasTurd of april i 1944sheppard Field exacts Page thirteen it. Goldie Brick by Cpl. Deon Quot Doc Quot Davis i set a a As co a a Jio a tit car. A a St it Ifa a Tio 1 Lar Raro pm it s mt1 aft�?~1 my 13 or Atiye rips no a its run of Coly in i Rivirta Rby a v. T. Ini lit or a note a Buck War a goes to pvt. Yindee Kart efts for the squib of the a. No april fool. Vince 4th aah film strip unit . Lowell la. Stormont c. It. By Cpl. John s. Rose 67th b. F. T. S. It. Col. R. C. Cannon c. O by pvt. Vince Karl a dub dub dub Well All right Well All that was the of spa version of a a. I the tune a Well All right Quot As the personnel dubbed its gis in a t a Al it f co dance with the directive of the i i Orchard Speakma for officer it. John e. Fetz. It department announced a the Mission was accomplished henceforth rigorous exercises overnight too games would be dispensed a in favor of Sun tanning on grass one Day a week. Be chief Maloney is eliminate the usual morning Roll Call the men will be permitted to Oklahoma City. Firing at least two hours later each broads swes into he f ving fort. J Ress engines were sgt. Bill Bartos sgt. Hank polastry promises1 and Cpl Irving Currier. Pvt. Away with those Early hour Martjn Stevens the o. C. Kid was its he was forced to Call on in charge of Liaison operations unt of the wind. The planes go ves. Cpl. Howard Fike was still in the future take care of banging away around Amarillo selves. J Field first sergeant Whitham with. A is does not want any More while the cats away the mice e collars on the Beds. In fact 122 a Quot a pf.�. My on. I?0, cd to say what s Doin in a. M. School major r. I. Goeth director by Harvey Cromwell what a loin in am school there ainu to nut Hin ifs done done 913th q. M. Service co. It. W. M. Nabers c. O. By set. Art h. Bock after a slight respite of spa broke into the detached service column again. It. C. S. Bauer advanced the 1st photo Squadron into the air depot front at tinker ventured to say the bunks t have to be made at All. He Iso cancelling All imminent s for i parties Aff sergeant Haberling has Reft cd his position with the wich alls prowlers association. He this week s a yes squib prize $1 pfc. Harry Bournique to his Kan Sas Home on a three Day pass. Meantime Cpl. Bob Haury is still burning about what he saw coming out of a downtown theater one night. Pvt. Joe Carroll attempts to Patch up a a up fat Quot Between pfc. Senor Carrillo gun j Zales and notary Public Alma i Bauch. Secretary Marge and pfc. How j Aid Van Horn celebrated their initial harnessing anniversary by passing a Santa Paula calif., vie tory cake around to is Puers i a twas delicious too. Mrs. Bridges j Cpl. John a Snuffy Quot Arabinko hopped the Hoo Choo to Chicago for an initial glimpse of Days old j direct All his talents to his Patricia Carol Arabinko and Conand leave the Post Only in j Vales cing spouse Catherine a a a j of necessity. And m. Sgt. Benjamin a a Pappy j poral Bailey has taken a tour j Fredericks conducts a rubber neck in Day shift. He plants to see tour about of and environs in the other half lives and also snuffs convertible the Sun again. I major Stormont has enlisted the or will be served in the Day Aid of the a whodunit Quot script writ j i from 5 until 8 in the eve ers in solving the mystery of the i for the Day Crew. The night broken window in the script writ will get their a grog Quot from ing dept. It. G. B. Murray until 2 in the afternoon. 1 returns a a Home after sojourning it forgetting our traditions the in Oklahoma City Patterson Field j in we Are Here and Charlotte n. C. It. Wal j Phu fool lace Wojnarowski knocks the Little a Recap of the screaming headlines made by pm personnel recently. Two pm Beer gardens close when Rice takes the pledge. Rumor. Draper and Crawford to take pledge two More Beer gardens close. Millionaire playboys Paladino and fall wed Texas girls broken hearted women die by hundreds. Telephone installation Man commits suicide when major Elmgren has commissary phones moved for umpteenth time in week. Seven chaplains and one laundry men promoted r. L. Calhoon now a Captain. Q. M. Detachment fails to pay rent and is ejected by irate landlord. Seventeen Moths gain Freedom As Joe Wiess accidentally opens purse. Price on cigars goes sky High As Guttormson becomes father for first time. Five thousand pigs swarm to Sheppard Field As sex hog calling Champ w i n a s k shouts commands at calisthenic. Bread production soars after a spook Quot Wilson goes to bakery. Ninety meet the air was hading from Otis iud., Popula j lion 364, Mildred c. Mazurkiewiz blonde Corporal in the wac detachment helped her Mother the own postmaster and her father. The town grocer while attending High school at Westville ind., two Miles f rom her Home. Upon graduating from Westville High school Mildred completed a course in Beauty culture at Gary ind., then returned to Westville to work As a Beauty operator. While working in the Westville Beauty shop. She was seriously injured one night in an automobile Accident and while recuperating took a business course following which she accepted an office Job in the ordnance Plant at Kingsbury. Indiana. She remained on this Job until enrolling in the wac. Feb. 19, 1943, at Indianapolis ind. After completing Basic training at fort Oglethorpe. A. Mildred attended army administrative school at state teachers College. Conway Arkansas then. May 26. 1943, came to Sheppard Field. Here she is assigned As a clerk typist in the Post sergeant major s office. Corporal Mazurkiewiz likes to dance and occasionally went to Chicago 80 Miles from Home to dance to the music of Art Kassel of a castles in the air Quot Fame Dick Jurgens Lawrence Welk Eddie Howard. Tiny Hill and other big name orchestras playing at the Cpl. Mildred Mazurkiewiz Rianon Aragon and other Chicago dance spots. She likes to attend baseball games especially when the Chicago cubs Are playing and enjoys symphony concerts. Her favorite movie team is Walter Pidgeon and Greer Garson. Mildred has two Brothers in the service. Her younger brother a sergeant in the army air forces is stationed at Ardmore. Okla. And the older a Corporal is with a tank destroyer outfit a t Camp Hood Texas. The 403rd is. Where he completed his Basic training. Next the Corporal decided to see what the inside of Napier Field ala., looked like and was there assigned to a military police unit until september of �?T42, when he was sent Back to Sheppard Field and assigned to this organization. During his stay Here Taylor has performed duty with every shift and is one of the recently appointed corporals. With the introduction of motorcycles to Sheppard Field and to this Squadron Taylor along with three other members of the organization went to fort Smith. Quartermasters to return the a motors Quot and on for As it a by a m plume Rothe tinier n he belting or it it a i Ota 3 t re Arrier be Hgt i va11 Tail 3 Haart. ? fed Joe. White Pellet about the officers-1 Ham and Sleggs nine Hole course after calisthenic. I i Geant Warneke went All out j Cpl. Horace Stevenson Intro factory last week on an inspect j do acct spouse Connie to All the i tour. He worked around to Fellows and gals Cpl. Bill Gentry Southwest Corner of the hangar now plays volleyball instead of e he dimmed his flashlight softball after an outstanding per a Tete a Tete with Censore Mormance in Center Field one after Aff sergeant Sparks did t get noon # # # pfc. Shirley Griffin has Al sleep while on cd. First a code All the time even in warm As some wit calling for the weather pfc. Lloyd Brown needs jct time followed shortly by his upper lip washed like Mother windstorm necessitating his used to do pm an Alert Crew in those wee j pan of the week sgt. Charles Orion Ramey 32, married to Dixie. Hometown Blytheville. Ark. Inducted at Camp Grant 111., shipped to Jefferson Barracks mo., graduated from Chanute am school transferred St it was smitty departing to Bowman Field ky., Ardmore ithe wilds of civilization Anc Field okla., and then to Sheppard 5 it will be Dick Gore going Field. Packaging designer for e shortly. Leading brands in Chicago before sgt. Frank Suleski also de induction. Educated at Hen i our midst last sunday. Hendrix College Conway ark., uni the first to leave for Gulf-1 verify of Chicago and Chicago miss where hell begin Art Institute with Bachelor of Fine left homeless As new a off limits Quot list is published. War food administrator warns of food shortage unless Bencriscutto and Bristol Cut Down lunches. Put. Michael cited distinguished service Crew chief of t-30. A Tex Quot Peterson unanimously elected As pin up boy by Punkin Center ladies Aid society. A your loss is sales stores gain Quot say Mournful members tenge office. Fond far Ewe of subs1s-As they bid a to staff sergeant Virzi. S. Ihn Schoener had his bid for nth on the softball team Cut t when he fractured his ankle. Tamaqua terror will be Laid Mother five weeks. Sing for the aah emergency be boat Squadron. Lek from a fast furlough we it Phil Wein with new tales what not about the Gotham. Manhattan serenaded reel you Are in need of a chauffeur Call on Dan Belles. Better Jse sure you look like a nurse is is no soap. Arts degree. Cotton Farmer in Arkansas. Hobby is photography. Postwar ambition is old Job with Phoenix Metal Cap company in the Windy City. Take More pains whether you re a a Bull Quot or a a Bear a $18.75 will get you a share of the Best Stock on the Market a Freedom unlimited. 927th guard Sydn. Caj get. Holt a. Brickson c. O. By a. Paul v. Nee there seems to be some argument As to just who is the most popular Man in the guard Squadron so in order to Settle in a Friendly Way we will Tell what we know about Cpl. William t. Taylor and you can be your own judge. Corporal Taylor that Man you see Riding around the Post on a a two Cylinder struggle buggy was first introduced to a Uncle on dec. 26, 1941, and was sent fort Sill to learn which foot Start out with. After learning do a about face without fall Over. Taylor was transferred to to to ing to Sheppard Field and assigned to is now a motor patrolman on the Post. The Corporal is single. His Home is in Nocona Texas where he operated an Auto repair shop for a number of years. Every week it seems we Are forced to bid Farewell to some it the boys who have helped make the guard Squadron what it is note lieutenant Motz a Short time ago two of our a up and coming corporals were forced to say a Farewell Quot and Are now in censored a pulling this week we line up to bid Farewell to sets. Marcus p. Untie Wood and Edward h. Cox both exceptionally Fine soldiers and swell buddies. Fun. Fun and More fun eats too and dancing the Squadron party is All lined up for inspection and i m sure we will All have a Good time and one we can always remember. As in the past our parties have All been successes so a thanks a million Quot to the committee members who helped to put this one across. Those occasional Grey hairs you see in Cpl. Joe Fern storm s curly locks is caused we have Learned. By a certain a Bird a which has been hovering too close to his Home lately. However the Cpl. And mrs. Fern storm seem to be a puny nigh Quot convinced that a eth Binh of a Soldier Quot is close. We won t swear to the degree of truth in this statement but private Tinsley swore it was so Dusty on the a cow pasture Quot the other Day that he saw a prank g digging a Hole three feet off a e ground. 525th army band Wong Orin v. Page. C. O. By sgt. A. W. Bartkus and pfc. K. G. Pratt the Bureau of a vital statistics in the terrific thirties issued a new chronological table based on a weekly system. The pre War Era was a remarkable succession of National fish Hook week. Be kind to Grasshoppers w e e a Clothespin Whittier a week. Pie mention of cruelty to Howard week and innumerable others. Discover ing a vacancy in the Pentad from april 2-8 your writers submitted a petition for a know your band week. Here is briefly the history of the 525th band hatched in october. 1942, from the 24th a. A. F. Band it Sti tingled along through its infancy on wobbly and spindly legs till the arrival of w. O. Vale Page in january 43. Nursed along by Mother Page the baby grew and grew till the a summer Battles of Sheppard Field Quot found it a Tough and worthy opponent. Delving into the band itself we Lind a seven Man fish Horn or i lither trumpet Section headed by Cpl. Dean Steinecker swinging Over to the clarinets one finds Cpl. Robert Downs leading a Motley group in Boondo gling. Cpl. A Judy Kirk receives All Prai a and credit for die Horn Section work and passes the Buck for All errors. Sgt. Mel Nixon takes time out Horn his chores As assistant conductor and librarian to toss a few scathing comments a. His trombone Section. In the Back rows pie. Gene Trimble or Bass Horn pie. Bill Glover on percussion and pie. Del Mahler make various and sundry nondescript sounds u acknowledge their presence. Last sundays concert at the Lamar u. S. O. In town Demonsi iat Al that the band at present is a Lar cry from the a spirit of �?T76�?� cadre of two drummers and a clarinet St in october. �?T42. Noteworthy Small combinations of the concert band Are the dance band of 13 men headed by Cpl. I Bob Williams and featuring Hie j continued on Page 14

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