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Sheppard Field Texacts (Newspaper) - June 19, 1942, Sheppard Field, TexasFriday Juno la1 4 2sheppard k l eld exacts Page tin Captain pervy a so he a a plays s. Sgt. Boggs r Mere saturday to Speaks Here capt. Adolphe pervy formerly of the Florey will give three lectures Here saturday at Post theatre no. I the second in a series of orientation lectures planned by the Public relations Bureau of the War department. Ile will lecture at i . And 10 30 ., and again at 3 45 . In order that a greater number of officers and enlisted men will be Able to hear Captain pervy the Post s-3 office has completed arrangements to have his talk relayed to theatre no. 2 and the outside Arena at the service club Over a Public address system. Captain pervy a subject will be a the evacuation of Dunke que a which should prove highly interesting since he participated in the Battle of Dunke que As a French officer with the 46th Brit amp of ish infantry division. He also saw. A action in the Battles of Douai Merville Pope Rinque and Ypres. His division covered the Retreat through Dunke que after which he j swam out to sea until rescued and taken to Ling land. Lie returned to France two weeks later and was i demobilized coming to America j by Way of Oran in North Africa j and Martinique. A remember Pearl Harbor seasoned Boxer trains soldiers to Jackie Wilson a Youthful Veteran of More than 150 professional and Amateur fights must go a Large part of the credit for the splendid showing of Sheppard Field boxers in recent contests. In most cases possessing nothing other than the willingness to learn the majority of these lads were schooled in the a s of the Trade by the 25-year-old-heavy-weight. Bearing none of the Marks of the seasoned swat Smith Ilson a Soldier of 17 months and transferred to Sheppard Field from Jefferson Barracks mo., is Well qualified As an instructor. Eying the professionals Vav Ilson then engaged in some 60 bouts faring eminently against such worthies As buddy Knox and Otis Thomas. Prior to joining the the now Corporal Vav Ilson campaigned in the South where he ran up a phenomenal record of 32 wins in 32 matches several of which were fought in Dallas Colpus Christi and Houston. A remember Pearl Harbor non com Trio to get commissions tomorrow morning two Sheppard Field unlisted men and one warrant officer will be discharged from the so that they eau officially bake the oath As commissioned officers. They Are m. Sgt. Michael e. Brown of the Post photo Section who was commissioned first lieu a want and m. Sgt. Luther m. Autre Aud warrant officer Marshall e. Woolever both of Acari t Rnic Headquarters As second lieu remember Pearl Harbor the relatives Back Home would like to read t exact is too. Big time entertainment for Sheppard Field soldiers arrives saturday when two performances of a full Speed ahead a big summer production of the Uso Camp shows will be presented at 7 30 and 9 30 . On the outdoor stage next to the service club. The production is rated among the top Uso shows touring military posts throughout the nation. Master of ceremonies Dick Powell opens the show by introducing g talented chorus of 16 dancing girls who offer several routines during the evening. A full Speed ahead contains a Well balanced East of variety acts including comedy teams a Juggler specially dancers and singers. A remember Pearl Harbor Ber a to j a Iii Star of i uni or Rmer Lexas great and More professional will la eagles and is Billy Hugh s will tin in rid Illy a Phila hic ago to his for i Nib Sam in hic it wins contest s. Sgt. William x. Boggs of the Liq. And hip Squadron a alts tuesday was chosen Winner in the Sheppard Field elimination contest by the Post War Bond office for writing the Best five minute speech on a War savings his talk has been forwarded to the flight corps area War Bond office where judges will decide the Winner of the entire area from talks sent in from other Fields and Camps. Presented at dinner the final Winner will receive a s25 War Bond which will be presented to him at the bomber dinner to be a Worth the latter part Bond is being contrib to rant county War Niue it. Tile winning talk w lie dinner where the Vin he a guest of hoi is r Gen it Hoggs to i St Choice among Thi it re i Beld entries i bunk. Straight -1 it it i a great masses to a a Bun by As quickly Bret the United As we sus is i Nill >1 i i wet i a Block in future. Recently assigned to Sheppard j Field private Hughes played at i a remember Pearl Harbor guard and Center with the Eagle for four seasons his Sterling lilt play in 1941 having no Small part i �5 the Cham Ive Michi us i r Efti i Iii. Uni a Post Exchange a Bonds for held in fort of Takuie. The muted by the Bondom lie Given at Lucky Man a u St in the club s winning of Pion ship. Prior to going to Philadelphia the 27-year-old native of Van a lest be saw service with the Chicago bears and followed up a Brillian collegiate career by acting As assistant coach of the University a freshman football squad. The six foot 200-Pound Hughes has been attached to the 107 the school Squadron. A remember Pearl Harbor wives urged to visit Uso wednesday at to soldiers wives Are urged to attend a a Coke party to be held wednesday at to ., in the Lamar Avenue i. So. The main feature of the meeting will he a panel discussion led by several civilian women of Wichita Falls and some of the wives of Sheppard Field soldiers. This group will discuss possible outside activities in the group in an attempt to provide diversion for wives of military personnel during their stay Here. Remember Pearl Harbor Iii with the opening this week of Post exchanges no. 9 and no. To and completion of plans calling for two More exchanges expected to be in operation by the end of the month an expansion program begun the first of the year has been realized capt. John d. Kibler Exchange officer announced. The new stores will carry a full line of merchandise and Are designed to More effectively accommodate from the standpoint id accessibility the greatly increased centers. A remember Pearl Harbor new abbreviation for Corporal is although the adjutant general a department has always preferred i the abbreviation for Cor poral a recent ruling by the War department placed a new twist to an old argument. The Correct abbreviation they say is or cps ii this is tile face of a 33-year old Grandfather and Veteran of the Spanish american War he is pvt. Harry Rudolph of Brooklyn n. Y., now attached to the 199th school Squadron. Ile gave up a comfortable veterans pin Ion and underwent a painful operation on both legs just to be Abl to enlist tor his fourth stretch in the u. S. Army As a Buck private. He did it because he loves his country for him America has meant 63 years of Freedom Opportunity and Progress. He says that giving his life for his country in this. A people s War against tyranny would he Small repayment for his 63 years of Happy and free ii be Iii the i United states of America. To the Many thousands of i younger men at Sheppard Field j most of them Young enough to be his grandsons private Rudolph is an inspiration and an example. Private Rudolph is Happy to be at Sheppard Field because suns he realizes the tremendous important role in winning the a of the aviation mechanics we truly a keep Mem flying by Kee ing our country a mighty win of Victory in perfect Mechaney a Adit Ion. Sheppard Field says a fall to or to private Rudolph a and every aviation Mechanic the air forces technical Trainer command pledges to him that to inspiration of his example w Pur them on to new intent Pride Aud perfection in their i As the boys who will Keo f flying until the Axis Tyran Are smashed and destroyed a remember Pearl Harbor look your Best for the girl Back Home Twenty five years As Vav Ichita Falls leading portrayed of portraiture assures you the Best photographs open 16 00 a. M a of distinction sundays to i u0 p. In. Shoe comfortably air condition dec shirts pants w my Caps / 8 Clen i amp pressed uniforms pressed while Yoe Wahy alterations military Rue i pm ent military tailors 702 Ohio Corner seventh a a a Garrison Caps a a a 98 c with or without braid service mrs. $2.75 Complete with insignia regulation helmets. 98c Cool. Comfortable regulation pants. $2.98 Texas weight. Cut to fit Cool poplin shirts. St.98 regulation san Ira i Runks 1.19, 1.98 military of Kokos 2.95, 3.95, 1.95 Ross from Holt hotel ill�?8th St. Keep up with world news and sports military shoes leather soles regular $4 of values $965 3 sox. F 19c Garrison Caps $2.45 flight Caps. $1 leather sweat fair 615 seventh Street Lisco / it i extra read Hie Wichita daily times featuring i of Page Sheppard Field pictures livery wednesday afternoon if Wichita Falls record news if fort Worth Star Telegram if Dallas morning news if sunday Denver Post arrangements can be made to pick up paper at orderly room news boys at All mess Halls Noble Gray a news Agency Dodge Quality service Ani Low prices await you on a Complete Stock of. Khaki pants a Khaki shirts a Garrison Caps a service it mrs. Military ties a leather goods a Webbert a chevrons a smart military jewelry service by men mho Hare seen service Dodge clothes shop Soi in Diana Quot look Fok the Dodge sign

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