Sheppard Field Texacts in Sheppard-Field, Texas
19 Jun 1942

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Sheppard Field Texacts (Newspaper) - June 19, 1942, Sheppard Field, TexasRage four Sheppard fief tfx acts Friday Juno 19, 1914 Sheppard Field exacts published weekly on Friday by Story and company with offices be Wichita Falls Texas. Distribution free to All military personnel at Sheppard Field. Single copies to civilians five cents subscriptions $3.50 per year including postage. Inquiries with regard to display advertising and subscriptions should be made to the business manager Sheppard Field exacts Story and company 605 8th St., office phone 2-5150, Wichita Falls Texas. I 4 a Lams morale is that Quality of spirit which makes it possible for an individual to live and work cheer and effectively he shares with of a group to owes and recon fully hopefully for goals which other members which each one sizes allegiance. Liabilities to morale 1. Cynicism a cynical attitude toward life and toward our Job just now is unworthy of men of this country where we have so much for which to be grateful. Would we like to Trade places with the soldiers or civilians of any other country on Earth you know your answer and so do i. 2. A second liability to morale is tile belief that perhaps this War was not entirely necessary. Perhaps we should have just minded our own business and we would not have gotten into this War. Listen son if you believe that. You have not thought much about it i suspect. You have listened to some cracked pot who knows about As much about National and International affairs As a hog knows about a Holiday. Such Quot Wise Guys know How the government should be run How the should be run. Take it from me lad or not just As you see fit but my honest opinion is that some of these Birds done to know enough to pour water out of a Boot with directions on the Heel. Mind our own business Well a Man being attacked by wolves might choose to mind his own business and spend his last moments combing his hair and adjusting his Necktie. Such a fellow would have the doubtful satisfaction of knowing that he minded his own business to the last but such would be poor Consolation to his widow. 3. A third Type of liability to morale is a sometimes present tendency to distrust leaders. A nation without leadership is anarchy so is an . Democracy needs leadership no less than any other form of social organization. The Only difference is that in a democracy the people through the proper process appoint their leaders. Cheerful Follower ship of those whom our society has chosen As leaders is As important and praiseworthy As intelligent leadership. Your Leader has his headaches to endure the same As you have except that his Are worse. 4. A fourth liability to morale is the influence which some of us have Felt coming from those who have maligned patriotism. We Are beginning to realize the source of that influence and to despise ourselves for being swayed by it. We know that its Venus wish for us and our country evil and Only evil. If we have suffered at the hands of our enemies we Here resolve that we will not lie so swayed any More for we now Friday Sheppard Field news Over Lwft at 2 15 . Soldiers dance Lamar Uso. 8 . Tickets from Squadron morale no. Special entertainment a t ii St. Uso 8 . Movie Lamar Uso. 8 pm. Art and Cut classes Lamar 3rd floor 7 30 . Saturday Shopp Ardette Dame at Owca Ooi Burnett s . Tickets from i run morale no. Sports activities Bellevue ninth. 2 p in. Movie a a spooks run wild a Lamar i so. 8 . Voice recordings free for fathers Day gift Sib St Uso. Until june 21. Dance dates permit i st2nd floor s . Game contests nth St. Uso sunday sports ninth 2 let in a it in it p.111. A la vile Park i Joo Amar f i to j . Iso. 2 a of i pm. Burnett bin prize fart v til St. Uso . Pilot club so 4 the St. Uso Amar so . . -mn-1&Quot appreciation a . Amar Uso rim mov j St i Vari re St. Photog Ltd Anicin sen ice i Nso id spooks run wild . \ show Uso. S is at Chi by 3 1 a and 1 a n Ltha old 2 i 2 30 a.m., Nio a.til., i 7 15 p. Id . I of Stover and Ca or i 5 . A the St. Cost7 3 Uso. 7 to Catholic id a.m., Post no. A it 3 r no. 2 spilt Fri St in in tile f and i i then 11 theat is Chai bldg bldg la 3 and t Blate . . Chap s 3d a Epa i. Be i 111. I. 111., . Id . I to 3d Epard f. Old pita 1. -32. Jews ii Nev i general Protea 7 3d ., pos no. I. Old or. 2 32 old Quot or. 272, bldg in. 0 3d . N. Aliar it monday eld news . Over Kwit. Filled s. Ill i i Tell a Quot lid it ii dts irk. Air ii i loth Post Del i old Moi 1.1 Nee r 3 1. I cd Rummy Lamar Uso rickets at special i Aid us . Radio by Lamar Uso i Norma i floor 8 symphony session til St. Til a Mideast j 0 1 5 i burning Sheppard at 2 15 . Sheppard gift from serf music tuesday Field news Uso Force Uso the St. Uso t air in. Lamar 30 3rd . Of a id or k wet Over Kwh Tern Ulia . Married . Ill review his 6 30 . Baseball i it it this Quarter 1 Nio j ill. 408th s. Lone Star i tors. 9i5 ., Scotland Park. A Milt cur show 8th St Uso 8 get acquainted party of couples Lamar Uso. 8 pm. Sin song St St Uso g wednesday Sheppard Field news Over Kwh at 2 15 . Baseball 417th is. 70th airbase 7 . 4 17th is. Sub depot 0 15 Scotland Park. Bingo party Quot 8th St Uso s of pm round table meeting current news discussion Lamar Uso. No i thursday Sheppard Field news Over Kwh fat 30 j .in., Iii. Realise that Whittier spoke truthfully when he said a a when Faith is lost when Honor Dies the Man is a chaplain Carter. A remember Pearl Harbor Uso club squad Park. 1400 at Lamar first endorsement this week is dedicated to the Sheppard Field colonel who knows something perhaps of the Little Story which follows. It is dedicated in the belief that he will enjoy a Tactual report. The two non coms involved Are still suffering from their severe fright. It happened last sunday night at one of Wichita Falls leading hostelries where the two non coms were guests. No this particular hotel has a nicely equipped rumpus room which favored guests Are allowed to use for dinner parties and such. The non coms being in Good standing with the management had been Given permission to use the room to entertain a couple of Young ladies. As the Little group sat sipping libations a Convoy of coloured waiters suddenly made its appearance in the room and began setting up a table with the necessary accoutrements for a dinner party. With some asperity one of the non coms Well Call him non com no. I said the room Mas reserved and who a ordered the repast anyway the coloured boys replied that All they knew Mas that the order had come from a certain room. And they gave the room number. Whereupon non com no i strode briskly to the Telephone picked up the receiver and requested the room. The dialogue which followed Mas something like this non com no. I sharply a you have a dinner party scheduled the rumpus room a voice a yes i non com no. I More sharply a Well just when did you sex to use the room a for poet a right away voice a non com no. I voice a this is non com no. I of no reason sir service sir we we jul who is this still More sharply a much much less sharply no reason then tremendously St wanted to know when vowed by a us yes sir this is room up voice a ooh Well we re on our Way whether the general will eat with us or non com no. I a general yes sir phone and turns to others the general right away slumps into chair what be i done Martiale. In be imitated a colonel to a general. I to a non com no. 2 a Don t be a fool. You be done lets get out of Here. Keep pockets whereas my hat a first Gill a silly its big hat fit in your pockets that needs to keep i done to know yet yes sir hangs up and they re coming up ill be court mean a waiter contest of the week 1 to the Booby prize Winner who succeeds in not filling in the missing word to exacts humor editor offers one Over Ripe Razz Berry. Vav at by Rich Tegarden on a Mountain top High lives the master of nazis and the barefaced lie. Could everyone speak who he has mastered a would conclusively prove that lie s a. Calisthenic Are driving no Thieu now Calm. Whereas my hat searches both a a boy those my Charlie horses me Charlie horses Are so wild they re a a saddling me with discomfiture and trying to pass the a Bucko to other Sis it it j Voso the japs have landed at Attu. Well earlier barbarians landed at Attu too. According to scientists the first settlers of America came across the aleutians so the japs Arentt the first Cave in men to try it. The difference lies in the fact that the earlier ones settled Here alone. We be going to Settle with the japs. V Tom take a look at the calves on that babe a a listen pardner when calves git that old we Call Mem beef on the a a a a whatever became of sgt. William Mcgrave a a the gave the command a fire at will a and too Many rookies knew his first a. La asterisks denote original please credit to Sheppard Field exacts if copied. A remember Pearl Ilia or not in your pockets. How could that its on Tim chair there. You re the one non com waiter Corning Down non com first Iii always wanted to second girl hat a hurry lets go a fall the funnels and it Nerah no. 2 picking up entering room a Tho Hall no. I a ooh of a a Well we might As Well meet the general now. In be meet a a i can t find my pocketbook As footsteps Are heard approaching along Hall out the Kitchen non com no. 2 a Quick into the Kitchen follow me Well door As they come in the Allol which gives you some idea of Why two non coms have been More or less under the weather since last sunday. They exiled from the rear door As the official party entered the front door. The guests were never aware of the hectic excitement which preceded their Entrance. Only the waiters the hotel manager and perhaps the Sheppard Field colonel knew. Now you do. Military shoes lace oxfords strap on Fords levines popular prices 3-60 to $5 at 2 15 . Sheppard from hour Over Lwft from the service club 8 . Baseball 408th is. 316tls, 7 30 . 3 13th is. Lone Star radiators 9 15 p. In. Scotland Park. Horseback riders assemble at Lamar Uso. Rin. Of 6 30 . In i urinal dance Uso 2nd floor 9 . Reid liners photography group St is Tso. 8 3 1 in Iii. Post movie menu theater no. I week Days to a. Rn., 6 30 and 8 30 p. In. Matinees on sundays and holidays�?1 30 p. In. Theater no. 2 5 45 and 7 15 follow tue crowd a special one Lovely 8x10 Silvertone portrait 49c a a a a Mae Raley i am waiting to serve you at Paramount four poses to select from Blouse and Cap furnished for your convenience new studio hours to a. In. To 8 p. In. Every Day Paramount studio a modern photography with intelligence artistry and skills next door to Texas electric service co. Valuable clip this out 10 a Loi i Friday a the great Many a lady a starring Barbara Stanwyck Joel a curia and Brian Dunlevy. Also a boxing a and Madcap models. Saturday a old California a featuring John Wayne Binnie Barnes and Albert Dekker. Sports review and Terry toon. Sunday and monday a with Jackie Cooper Adolphe men join Bonita Granville and George Bancroft. March of time a India at and news of the Day. Tuesday a double features a a let a get Tough a with the East Side kids a a far on takes wit ii George Sanders and Allen Jenkins. Wednesday and thursday a favorite spy a featuring Kay tkv ser Ellen Drew and Jane Wyman. Also m err in Melody and news of the Day. A remember Pearl Harbor plume 4175 across from the str Alison Scott Khaki coloured track pants air Force insignia processed on with Belt. Sheppard Field Polo shirts White with Blue letters and Blue and yellow insignia. Nmn $1 leather carry All c ases Best Quality with Zipper $1 sunday is fathers Day remember dad free rent to july la i new houses in Burkburnett $35.00 per month in Burkburnett Call or see w. A. Roberts phone 166 Tucker insurance 118 in Wichita Falls Featherston Abernathy co phone 4201

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