Sheppard Field Texacts in Sheppard-Field, Texas 17 Apr 1942
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Sheppard Field Texacts (Newspaper) - April 17, 1942, Sheppard Field, TexasSheppard Field exacts Reggie by pvt. I us. Aviation Cadet calisthenic class front and Center by pfc. Al Martina is fighters show will feature meet Post acts and singing three american boys who separately trekked thousands Miles to embattled Spain in a my and a it to fight the Axis supported rebellion. Have met her1 for the first time at Sheppard Field. The three Are private David a. Miller Cleveland 0., 401st Squadron private Jay Edwards Sherman. Middleton o., 408th Squadron and private John a. Ross a St. Louis mo., 409th Squadron. While All three were part the famous International brigades they fought separate sectors and never became acquainted ther it. Miller and Rossen served As first lieutenants with the infantry while Sherman was attached to a Field artillery unit. All the e saw Many months fierce action at Madrid Brunette Belchine and in the Ebro offensive. Better equip interviewed Here thy expressed their unanimous and enthusiastic pleasure at being a Aback in harness again against the Axis. All three have been greatly impressed by the Quality and quantities food clothing and equipment tin Amer i it an army in contrast with the porn Quality and woeful Lack foodstuffs cloth in Gaud equipment which was responsible for the defeat thy Spanish loyalist armies. Variety acts and singing will he featured the a sunday afternoon at three program for soldiers and civilians at the municipal auditorium sunday april 19, at m the Campaign against food wast re at Sheppard Field has brought e Good results so far according to ii a Roscoe r. Gravit general i Ess officer but there is much i it pm for further improvement and the Campaign will continue until \ stage is brought town to an i reducible minimum Complete-1, eliminated. Major Gravit disclosed that As j it the Campaign Large signs \ ill be installed in the Interior i mess Halls Reading a waste a ids the enemy you will be exp a Ted to eat All you take a appealing for full cooperation c every enlisted Man. Major Gravit a dared a not Only will the food saved he great help to americans food for Freedom Campaign f it Rall out agricultural production i it it will also rebound to the direct Benefit enlisted men Sheppard la i in i he form r Ore frequent delicacies and still f Nel foods. Performers include pets. Glenn b. Kezer baritone Milton c. Horst Tenor Robert f. Shipman tap dancer and j. B. Nunn a blackface song and dance act. All Are members the a Lith school Squadron. But. James Ward and miss Joan Hill Wichita Falls will appear As an adagio dance team. Master ceremonies will be but. Harry Lasher. Mainstay the show will be a four piece band from the ji3th Squadron including bets. Delbert i. Mourning trombone Gerhard e. Axman piano Stanley a. Bowman guitar and Elmer g. Rollers saxophone. The program has been arranged by corp. John c. Arbuckle and but. Dick Clark. A remember Pearl Harbor a no news is Good Send your copy exacts to the folks at Home. A this a lint e at St Ca 3 . _ n ii ask. No Enow pvt. Ben Mao Coa a $ seen Jewing magazines the Quot Inirio e Quot Conie it Ion to 5tab.j in ho.uy-009 a Ltd to v. Or a porn University to waiting a Petiau serv ice 5 Blanch promo Ting so.5 a entertainment i went v be Aas stauf scree n an Ras to pvt Carleton Young most recently a character r acts in Hollywood end a Aerial gunner it rec a g iting Oppice Quot say he was too Tal. Ano he a a it Ioc now he 5 in pcs c relations As Hagiz Acca and Weiter. A paging . Greem a Here Quot news a Man Lutes dog 9b, Ion times in one a l fit a approximate How mail dogs the a a hot variety Are Bulten during just one meal Here enlisted men it Sheppard Bield Arco Ding to s. Sgt. John i. Stallion who is general mess Stew a d for i he Field. I Aid end to end. They would stretch i rom Sheppard Field to. Well. Of can figure ii out ourself. But it would be Luther than a Soldier would care to hike with a Lull Lack. The c us pig Sandwich major Gravit spoke Enthus i in the Iresh Frozen fruit get Ahles now appearing re in Sheppard Field menus. A ii in their natural juices it few hours after nicking nits and vegetables a Tai y Vitamin and every Char Stop for one and your favorite beverage your Way to Sheppard Field and enjoy our hospitality. Of filers we enlisted d in Sii Eppard Field Dine amp dance col in is Only i ice the freshly Nick. D product furthermore fresh Frozen product i my ready to wok eat Aud Tiu a no pc. Ling picking string i g washing eliminating much v Aste and Many thousands Man i mrs k. P. Duty does that i Ake you mad. Boys among the fresh Frozen pro a hts that will appear coming. Onus will be strawberries. Earlier peas rhubarb apricots Corn i the cob asparagus. Whole Kerr 1 Corn blackberries baby Green i. A Beans Logan berries spinach a lorries cauliflower Cut Green i ans and Cut Wax Beans. A remember Pearl Harbor Ste \ k Nick Ken Din vers Rainbow gardens old Henrietta Road party held for 311 the graduates u Noring its Iii it i class to Grad i rom the air corps i Chni can col. The i 1th school squad mid a dunce ii Tho dec oat cd it it a the Uso wednesday a Fie Day after Gia nation oxi mately 500 members St class to graduate attend to Squadron dance party with the Shepp Ardette Oral Ion. Mechanic exam to be held june i during tie i ing soloists i ing Ai iss bom Wichita fal Bapt. R. S. La will he Directo Uso building army cloth i lie air mechanics examination \ ill be held june i at Sheppard Field to determine Eligih Iliev i in to hold air mechanics ratings and corresponding pay allowances. Enlisted men the Field arc now i eing interviewed by their squad i Ai commanders to fill the quota soldiers to take the test. Aspirants must pass this examination to be eligible for increased j to and the scores the men who t Ike the examination will deter i Lino their priority ratings. Wolff pros military insignias cig ars. Pipes tobacco winks and liquor better Quality merchandise 712 eighth St. Phone 477 remember Pearl Harbo s plus a i l be news advertisers a break drink Here a the real thing Matching shirts and pants made genuine Cramer Fon army cloth the famous fabrics that a used by . Government for army uniforms. Fast colors. Sanford Zed shrunk. Average residual shrinkage this fabric in the original piece does not exceed 1% test method cs59-41. Shirts pants new c Oney Island in Wichita fall its Good a Root Beer a Orange grape is he place for everybody. Brentt room comfortable a amp i smart menus Wear 8th at Scott Good eats cold Beer next to Ltd Majestic theatre
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