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Sheppard Field Texacts (Newspaper) - April 17, 1942, Sheppard Field, TexasFriday april it 1942 Sheppard Field Tex acts x Post Art photo and Hobby contest to close May on 1 Uso Camp show feature exhibits displayed on Mezzanine floor of service club a closing Date for entries in the Sheppard Field Art photography and Hobby contest is Al ii of and judging will take place May i a s. Sgt. Duane Wright contest director said today Ashr urged prospective contestants to get their work in at once. Sixteen Cash prizes totalling $200 ill be donated by the special services Branch t othe winners in four divisions covering Fine arts commercial arts photography hobbies and handicrafts. Grand prizes of s50, $30, s25 will be Given for the Best work in the show selected from divisional winners. Emil Hermann celebrated in Art circles and recognized master of landscape mural and Poi to Ait painting in All mediums Voyle Armstrong local landscape artist of renown and mrs. Jean Dayton West prolific portrait Painter mentioned in who a who among american artists wife of maj. L. A. West will judge the Fine arts Ami commercial arts division. Photographic judges will include t. Sgt. A a Mike Brown in charge of the Post air corps photo Section Gustave Soderlund of the popular downtown studio and one i judge yet to be selected. Judges in the Hobby division will be John w. Mcnellis Roy a. Johnson and Harvey Green All of the Uso club. Contestants work will not be lost if they Are transferred but will he mailed to them or tor warded to their Home address j How to enter put name rank and Squadron on the Back of each piece and take it to pvt. Russell l. Steele at the serice club where it will be taken care of and entered. Paintings should he matted or framed. If the contestant wishes to sell an entry after the contest the Price should be placed on the Back of the piece. A display card will be made showing the name of the article contestant and Price. On May 2 and 3 winning exhibits will be shown at the Uso club. The Public will be invited to View the work and an Effort will be made to sell the Art. Following the Uso exhibit All suitable work will he mailed to a a life Magazine for entry in their National $1000.00 contest for service men. A remember Pearl Harbor ancient Olivver flies dictionary is new Book of the month face. A do a dog. Of a be do be a be so goes the daily spelling Hee in the he. And Liq. So. Acts orderly1 room. The clerical cadets line us and sgt. Winiford Burke throws military words but not All of them at them. Those who Are caught with their spellers Down Are relegated to the foot of the line. The Man at the head after the proceedings have finished is Given a one Day pass by it. Ernest Morey jr., Squadron commander. The cadets have spelling bees in their i bonnets and in off moments study dictionaries and Long lists of military correspondence words. They Are really bucking i for passes and Here most of us can to even spell a a Kate. Fee what did i Tell you i plan army Pap it for All soldiers the Milt Britton and his hand of mad musicians will give two out of doors performances of a funny Side up the lug time slap stick musical program monday april 20 at the Post. I he first of the two performances to be held outside of the service club on the Uso Camp show a red White Aud blues circuit will tart at 7 p. M. And the Send at 8 30 p. In. Supporting americans craziest orchestra in this hilarious revue l a mar studded cast it dancers singers and comedians. Admission is free uniform optional until May first capt. Groves to work the a a to As Well As the a is doing its part for Victory now and it s Best to remember boys that the Man in the a Fli Vvera rates a Salute. Yes whenever you see an ancient a Model to chugging towards motor Pool Headquarters better have your saluting digit the stripped for action As the Driver will probably be none other than Captain James j. Groves assistant transportation officer of Sheppard Field. With a top flying Speed of some 50 Miles per hour and a cruising Speed of about one mile every two minutes the captains newly acquired mount sports wooden wheels with four rubber tire folding top and two wheel brakes a Hilo not the most powerful piece of machinery on the Post the horseless Carriage of Early �?T20 Vintage is quite adequate for the Job of a Why Inge Captain Groves to and from the Field. A remember Pearl Harbor Cotton uniforms will be mandatory May i instead of april 15, according to information from Post Headquarters this week. It is now optional to Wear Cotton or Wool uniforms on or off the Post. Enlisted men must observe dress regulations closely. Extra uniforms May he purchased by enlisted personnel hut they must conform with air corps regulations. Commissioned officers Are the Only soldiers authorized to Wear shoulder straps on their shirts. There will be two approved head coverings. The Light Tan Garrison Cap and the Fibre helmet will be worn with the summer i uniform. Their Only distinguish a my Marks will be the regulation i service insignias on the front of the helmets. Enlisted men s Gar-1 non Caps will be trimmed in the air corps colors of Ultra Marine i Blue piped with Golden Orange. I All members of the air torn technical training command will Wear the aftic badge with the Las background and three feathers on the left Side of the Garrison tap. I his badge will he n Oihi half Inch from the Bottom Edge and an Inch from the front of the Cap. A remember Pearl Harbor finance officers hold Farewell dinner sixteen members of the Post detachment finance department and their dates enjoyed their monthly get together dinner at the Wichita club april 7. The dinner was a final social event Here for some of a group of 20 office members recently transferred to Miami Beach Fla. Croup accompanied capt. Kenneth w. Hurst who will he a disbursing officer in charge of an office at a new Post in Miami Beach. It. Randall s. Lawrence joined the officer staff of the Nance department sunday to replace Captain Hurst. The enlisted personnel of the office also has already been brought up to full strength. A remember Pearl Harbor Post Golf meet the Sheppard Field gelt tour new will be held at the w Ichita Falls country club april 25 and 20. The meet n ill he a 72 Hole medal play carrying Over both Days. No entry fee will be charged arid it. Robert Jackson and s. Sgt. Lee Grimes Are in charge. A remember Pearl Harbor several projects improve Field More on officers Lloyd e. Connell. Edward in. Kemp Arthur d. Jenkins g. Bruce Hump Carl i. Walker Jack i. Nicholas Sylvan f. Jenks James w. A. Curtis John d. Fable Louis j. Burg Alfred 0. Henning Kenneth e. Heckman Maynard c. Patterson. John f. Kunst. Randall e. Houghton. Richard m. Hosier. Parke k. Linsley Charles j. Bank Herbert h. Elevens David c. Hanson William s. Hammers. Jr., Johns Mccannon Howard e. Snyder Paul d. Ewan Laverne of Klemm. From second to first lieutenant James w. Andrew. Charles r. Ski finer Andrew la Lombardi Russell w. Gouge John w. Moffat Robert v. Weller Stanley r. Go Down Edward s. Fraser. Jr., Dan c. Frank Rex Ltd dietetic George g. Burke. William r. Chenoweth. Arthur e. Sloan Gustavus e. Bruington Edmond l. Brown. Walter b. Brooks. Wilbur c. Bech id. Jr., Anton j. Marusich Douglas c. Jeffrey jr., William l. Jeffries Ralph e. Meyer Donald c. Manlove Robert r. Mariner. Stuart c. Heldebrand Earl w. Graham. Dale Perkins Francis w. Reno. Claude f. Bollman jr., Hen i v c. Starke Laoel b. Smith Emil f. Woff Ronald e. Tomlin Harold w. Titler. Charles s. Tuber Merle p. Stringer. George w. Voliner Clifford Bernstein it Hristo Pher i. Johnson Ralph w. Shannon Carl r. Senkbeil. Bulldozers and graders have been Busy this week leveling the replacement Center Drill Field and engineers have completed preliminary work toward building i i a ways for the Post finance office. Soldiers in Many of the Barracks have erect d Small neat fences about their quarters and Many of War department will set begin publishing a weekly table size newspaper for army pols neb the paper which will known As a yank will reset a stars and stripes a famous we in published for american sold in Fiance during the last War. The newspaper will make of Many pictures and feat the publication will cooperate \ Camp and unit papers and a technique of newspaper publish will he utilized to make it inter ing to the Soldier readers. A a yank will have no Advertis it will be edited and managed army personnel chiefly Enli men. Special editions will be listed for special task of wherever they May be station the paper will aim to make United states army a fighting ply and to arouse Pride in the i inti forces. It plans to air training inform soldiers about Progress of the War and to cd acceptance for regulations the it intelligent presentation of the sons behind orders. A remember Pearl Harbor dramatic club me i a meeting of the newly of i sized All Soldier dramatic club i be held sunday afternoon at of clock at the Uso for All e de men interested in joining group. There will be enter ment by members of the Gro Well As the business in Cetin mrs. Harry Fuller direct the Wichita Quot Falls players i will guide the groups Actu plays will be chosen sunday. The school Squadron orderly rooms lawns have been landscaped and distinguished try color tul identifying insignias. Civilian and m Blier carpenters Are constantly working to improve the Barracks on i in meld Ami Many other minor adjustments Are being made to improve the sold icis living and working conditions these and Mal projects Tilch Are Seal Cev n Able As separate tasks prese important part in the Field s posit improvement program other Small Cid 3lcudqua%b ,.ig this week a sketch contest Winner pvt. Richard b. Broth Huff paint amp wallpaper 916 Scott James b. Conklin George i. Edwards John f. O Toole Orrin b. Peterson Ray k. Rodesch Robert o. Rooks Benjamin Alper Stein. Esiee a Cen remember mothers Dai May 1 oth present this and and 59 Centi and receive one beautifully finished 8x10 Gold tone photograph stuarts studios �?~109 ninth Street Quality Kodak finishing 8 hour service in at 8 a. at 5 p. M. Bartlett a studio 825 Indiana phone >796 Gold stamping Ani monogramming on leather goods stationery Fountain pens including til corps medical corps and other insignias. Newlin Supply of. A your business Friend a 810 Scott across from the strand Complete selection of orca a Admiral a Stewart Warner radios dancing nightly i Ruest dance floor and seating Apac it in Quot Northwest Tex ask rest rooms inside $15.95 and up p o p u l a furniture co. 711-18 7th pm. 5157-2. Our 16th year 119 afternoon Dant ing Over charge a l l Day n Ich i oni

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