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

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19 Jun 1942

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Sheppard Field Texacts (Newspaper) - June 19, 1942, Sheppard Field, TexasI Friday june 19, 1942 Sheppard Field exacts j Aire five a a Whf he. Amp he. So. Acts capt. Ernest e. Morey jr., 0. By sgt. Walford Burke o. J Bob King our Junior physical educational advisor and mrs. King Are visiting friends and relatives in the state of Indiana this week. King is expecting to be called for officer candidate school sometime i ii is month. Sgt. John. P. A you Ngung a Jones was a a out with the boys last saturday evening for the first time since his Bachelor Days. Some of the Fellows seem to have a hard time amusing themselves on sunday after Church but not sgt. Joe a. A a Cotton Bowles. Sergeant Bowles has found Burkburnett just the spot for the occasion. S. Sgt. Stanley babe and his Little a a Este in a �?oy-8�?� on their Way to the no club chaperoned. Believe one of the heaviest schedules of any Squadron on the Field and they should be Able to say As can the permanent party a a we re becoming soldiers at the first sergeant is this week grieving the loss of his Best Roommate one s. Sgt. Silvio b. Serpent. It seems that Silvio is losing his Freedom this weekend to a miss Marilyn Berry of Wichita Falls. We extend our congratulations. His Able leadership and Sterling character were greatly appreciated by those under his command. Open letter to 418th in reply to your last weeks column we regret to state that a a it has never been enrolled in this organization and was evidently the victim of an hoax. Supply will generously donate Carbon tot to Deal ing 3l5th�?Ts name should aforementioned canine be returned. Men of the week sergeants Kaplan and r. L. Walker working overtime to add zip to the Squadron organization by Means of flights and creating More a a housing efficiency. 316th tech. Sch. So. Maj. Frederick b. Shaffer c. O. By sgt. Louis a. Bla Delet 31 Ith tech. Sch. So. Capt. L. W. Roberson c. O. By pvt. W. S. Allen 314th tech. Sch. So. Capt. Kenneth e. Heckman c. O. By pvt. Efraim b. Farber a j due to the new training program for the students and permanent personnel the Squadron movies and Amateur programs have been discontinued. The a amp r program arranged for intr Barrack Competition will Aiso have to undergo drastic changes or be discontinued. The winning Streak of to straight was broken last week by 319th score was 8-7. I guess the boys were too Busy admiring their new Bright red suits to be playing Ball. However there was a 50-50 break last week tile boys in red beat 417th 2-1. Sgt. De Hamlyn just returned with the a three dots wifi a dash a but he Hasni to made any kind of a report yet. I think he is trying to get a Little rest. Undoubtedly this group has done a wonderful Job and for a worthy cause and from All rumours their Tours Are not Over. The 314th school Squadron again welcomes capt. Kenneth e. Heckman in the position of its commanding officer. The name of capt. K. E. Heckman is closely connected with the history of our detachment since its Transfer to this station from Lowry Field col. In july last year. We also Greet 2nd la. Alan t. Smith who has been assigned to our Squadron As the new Supply officer. Our Hest wishes accompany maj. W. L. Tyrrell our former co who followed a Call for his new assignment As the Squadron commander of the 315th school Squadron. I in the absence of the commanding officer capt. William Ca cd executive officer and adjutant of the Squadron Bas assumed command of the organization during the past week. The Squadron softball team manager Dave porters hirelings swings into action this week with two games on Tab. Or a 1 a be Able to read the results of that game on the sport pages and we know what the result will be. More Good news our four Day rooms Are now decorated arid furnished with the exception of some additional furniture still on the a v. Commodare soldiers which no prevail in Electra it should so quite a bit of our boys. Eve before this in the eyes of a con pie of Fellows in Barracks 521, i Quito a. Jimmy 319th tech. Soil so. Maj. William j. Byrd c. 0. By t. Sgt. V. H. Kus j 318tii tech. Sch. So. Maj. W. H. Cobb c. O. By corp. Gene a. Garrett j 31 St tech. Sch. So. Maj. William l. Tyrrell c. O. By pvt. Bob ii. Bordner we wish to extend a wholehearted Welcome to maj. William l. Tyrrell our new commanding officer 1st it. Lewis y. Fuchs and 2nd . George b. Mcguire. Best wishes follow major Light foot As he assumes his new duties. 318th As last has come to the top after watching the other squads in the league try vainly to hold to their perfect records it became the duty of our softball squad to relieve them if that necessity a Job our boys have always been willing to assume. Coupled with this love of work has been a sense of duty. Our team has never failed to put in an appearance against every team scheduled to meet it. And to play its games As though each one were deciding the championship. Now we stand at the top of the league. Only one Squadron remains to he met in this half of the league season and Good As j they Are we re not afraid of the j Best they have to offer. You la a quiet likeable individual is 1st it. Emery t. Cline most recently assigned officer of this Squadron who joined tile outfit on june 8. Lieutenant Cliness en-1 try into the military service came after 17 consecutive years of service with machinery manufacturers in Indianapolis ind., in the ales and adverting department. The last five years of this service was in the capacity of assistant division manager. Immediately upon joining the Squadron lieutenant Cline was appointed Squadron plans and training officer and is now busily occupied in carrying out the Drill schedule for students and in familiarizing himself with things to come in that same Field of Endeavor such As a human Steeple chasing As suggested in recent instructions from training Headquarters. Lieutenant Cline is married and expects to soon take up residence in Wichita Falls. W a pets. Kern a we Sis. Aspic heard any met the Daj will be Jordon who also were set of lungs w be. How about i he i in and i Iowa i. Cam John Libre in at All the r s v in rep and mar ring o and Huber is will not i. Hours of the Ornim a Mil in us u to beg Alcinus pcs Hall. By aced by pvt. Thorns. Pfc. W Illiam storm present Hen a goo ire dished out. So Lorn see you next a cd. 41 St tech. Sch. So. Maj Harlan e. Chase c. 0. By pfc. Jack Whelehan t 320th tech. Sch. So. Capt. Clarence m. Haupt c. O. By pfc. Teddy Kociela pfc. John r. Re Kin an i Friendly Competition on the Pitol Range last week resulted i i sgt. Paul Fierro getting involve i in a said a a beef reset i to a Steak dinner which the diminutive one owes s. Sgt. Nick Stasko because Nicks score w it a Shade larger than Fierros. Corp. Joe Esminia nearly Bol de an opponent out in the first heat of a scheduled three rough r last week. The Brawl similar a a pier 39 slug est was declare i no contest in the first round. E Menia swung a terrific left to the head connecting with a Glove string and cutting the Many a face. Continued on Page six d we would like to take this Opportunity in welcoming it. A. Jones who has been assigned to our Squadron As special service and assistant Supply officer. With the extra facilities to a chit m Adzi Carter paints papers Chi Shes Huff paint a wallpaper co. 1 16 Scott \ a mans shoe a 313th tech. Soil so. Capt. Roy a. Kelley c. O. By corp. Charles b. Carlet or. To somehow upon arising in the morning a person is inclined to think he a been spending these last few Days in an infantry Camp rather than the air forces. The Only difference being the last of a a reveille blown sweetly As it can be on a Bugle rather than the shrill tones of a whistle. However Ive should be Able to Bear up under that As Well As the command of a about face Given so capably by the illustrious s. Sgt. Amos l. Longnecker. Our students Are carrying we a military alterations our specially t. A. Richards tailor 605 eighth opposite Holt hotel shoes take a beating on Active service. Leather is Apt to lose its color a scuffs Are hard to avoid. Kerens the easy Quick Way to keep them looking Good. I take Dauber from bottle of Dyan a Shine liquid shoe polish squeeze against inside neck of bottle a apply sparingly All Over. Cote be it St Caiveston-hous1 on breweries inc. A Cletton Texa try Southern select made with secret flavor control this expensive process requires Premium hops co Fly Beer grains Crystal pure distilled water gives Southern selects full bodied flavor a rare a a lift a and lightness you la say a it s always better a never bitter a a As soon As Dyan Shine has dried in a few second stake a Brush or a soft cloth and polish to a Brilliant Long lasting Shine. Its a Breeze sout amp Sam Sakkt Dyan Shine adds color to the leather comes in army Brown Cordovan oxblood Black and White Glaze a t i Ltd help your u. S. O. Clip this Coupon and present at studio and we will give 19c of our special offer to your . Klaus wooden Shower slippers i of Nightcap �1-00 redi tied ties 55c military oxfords $3.50 up the Only studio in town giving you one 8x10 Oil coloured portrait Only 69c Only four poses to choose from Frontier studio 702 scott�?4 doors North Majestic open to a. M. To 9 p. M. Week Days i to 5 sundays bring this and to studio and receive special offers also help the u. S. O. Army socks White or Khaki Garrison Caps Loc $2.50 we feature a Complete line of watches jewelry films and clothing for the army Man. Military j Storer next to Ste theatre v

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