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Cam p Abbot, Ore., June 3, 1944
NCO's Idea Wins
In recognition of merit con
tained in a suggestion he sub
mitted to the Camp Abbot “Ideas
ofr Victory” committee, S/Sgt.
Robrt H. McNally of Company
A, 59th battalion, has ben rec
ommended for promotion, and
has received a letter of comen-
Distributed free to camp personnel. Subscription rate to public, by m a il: 60
Sergeant McNally’s idea, plac
cents for three m onths; six months, $1.00; one year, $1.60.
ed in operation, would expedite
soldier traffic in and about or
derly rooms a n d company
streets on pay days and other is
suing or collecting occasions. It
suggests the installation of a
Entertainment On and O ff the Post for the Coming Week
door in the supply room on the
side of the rom opposite the
door now used, so that there
Service Club Open House.
would be an entrance and an
Station Hospital—Bingo, 7 p.m.
Bend USO—Bingo, 8 p.m.
The letter of commendation,
written by Maj. Paul L. Diedi-
"It was sure —swell of—you —to—get me— a— date too!
Service Club—Open House; Truth and Consequences, 8:30 p.m.
ker, CE, Post adjutant to Capt.
Station Hospital Open House & Recordings.
Bond USO—“ Breakfast is served,” 10 a.m. Open house and re Wiley Wood, company comman
freshments all day.
der, reads in part as follows: I
Abbot marching song written by
Guest House -Classical Recordings, 7:30 p.m.
; “S/Sgt. Robert H. McNally of
Pvt. Jerry Castro. Pvt. Kenneth
R. Johnson was the vocalist.
Service Club—GI Movies, 8:30 p. m.
suggestion regarding the instal
Other numbers played by the
Guest House Classical Music Hour, 7:30 p.m.
lation of an additional door in
hand were “ King Cotton,” by
Station Hospital—"Everybody Sing,” and Open Forum sponsored
the supply room on opposite
by Bend Kiwanis Club, 7 p.m.
Sousa, and “ The Man I Love,”
seide of the building now used i
for entrance. The proposal has, S/Sgt. John G. Ball, veteran
Service Club Bingo Night, 8:30 p.m.
been approved by the “ Ideas for of the North African, Sicilian
Station Hospital Movie, "Who Done It,” 6 p.m.
Officers Club—Informal party for officers on post, 8:30 p.m.
Victory” committee and has been and Italian campaigns, and hold Transfer of ERC Men Into
forwarded to the Post Engineer, er of the purple heart citation, Air Corps Reserve Okayed
Service Club Dance, 8:30 p.m.
Unassigned members of the
for necessary action. A letter of • was interviewed by Lt. James
Station Hospital Quiz Program, 7 p.m.
commendation has gone for H. Snelling, orientation officer, Enlisted Reserve Corps partici
Radio Program, KBND—“ Camp Abbot on Parade,” 8 to 8:15 p.m.
ward to St. McNally, and the on the weekly Camp Abbot ra pating in the Arm y Specialized
Committee wishes to recom dio program over Station KBND Training Reserve Program are
Service Club—“ Khaki Kapers,’ 56th. Bn.--Everybody welcome
mend him for promotion in the at eight o’clock W e d n e s d a y authorized ot transfer to the A ir
event of an opening in your or- j night. Sergeant Ball, now in Corps Enlisted Reserve when
Station Hospital Chaplain Goldburg informal talks—7 p.m.
structor of engineer trainee de the recruiting of aviation cadets
“ A copy of this letter is being molition units told of some of is reinstituted, provided they
Service Club Make a Record, Free, and Game Night, 9.00 p.m.
Station Hospital Movie, "Are Husbands Necessary, 6 p.m.
forwarded to Enlisted Personnel his encounters with the Ger possess the required physical
Bend USO—Dance class, 8 p.m.
Branch to be recorded in Sgt. mans from a script prepared by and mental qualifications and
Lt. Harriett M. Whiteman, as are not already earmarked for
McNally’s 201 file.”
sistant public relations officer. a particular branch of the Army,
On the same program, the Ninth Service Command Head
362nd Arm y S e r v i c e Forces quarters has announced. Men
SCENE: Adjutant’s office, Post Headquarters.
Post Chapel, Bldg. 208 ; 11th Gp. Chapel, band, under the direction of who qualified for ASTRP dur
Bldg. 1255 ; 12th Gp. Chapel. Bldg. 754;
S. ing the March 15 examinations
Hospital services, Red Cross Recreation Warrant Officer C h a r l e s
SOUND: Téléphone bell. (Rings seven times.)
Spalding, introduced to the ra were cautioned they must enlist
Friday— 7 :45 p.m.. Post Chapel.
dio audience, “Those Fighting in the reserve program before
D aily— Mass in 12th Group Chapel at Abbot Engineers,” new Camp July 1.
you know . . . 7 a.m. except Monday, 7 p.m. (fo r 59th
VOICE: Errr . . . hello. This is the guard .
Bn. o n ly).
around the Service Club.
Tuesday— Choir rehearsal. Post Chapel,
Saturday— Confessions, Post Chapel, 7
VOICE: Well . . . er . . . they’s a light burning over here.
to 9 p.m.
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Sunday— Mass at Station Hospital. 7 :30
Really? Where are you now?
a.m. (Open to others besides Medical
VOICE: Errr . . . at the Service Club.
Personnel) and confessions before mass;
Mass, Post Chapel, 9 a.m. and 6 :30 p.m.
And why is the light burning?
VOICE: Some guys are . . . er . . . cleaning up . . . and stuff
7 a.m. except Monday. 7 p.m. (fo r 51st
8:30 a.m.— 11th Gp Chapel (fo r 51st Bn
o n ly ).
Well . . . do you think they could do it in the dark?
9:16— Service a t Guardhouse.
10 a.m .--Service at Hospital in Red
Don’t guess they could.
SONS OF THE PIONEERS
Cross Rec. H a ll (Open to others besides
Is that all?
10:45- Post Chapel (B ldg. 200).
VOICE: Guess so.
11:30 - - Post Chapel, Protestant Com
7 p.m.— General Service fo r 52nd Bn.
VOICE: Good night.
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Abbot ’n Around
Hero and Camp
Song Share Mike
CH URCH RITES
CAM P ABBOT THEATRE PROGRAM
"THE YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS"
7 :30 p.m.— Post Chapel (B ldg. 200).
7 :00 p.m. — Post
Chicago (CNS) Ingrid Olson,, woman and has had judo train
blonde and beautiful, was o f ing.
Wednesday— L.D.S. Service, 11th Group
Chapel, 7 p.m.
fered a job as model by the oper
Thursday — Christian
Springfield, 111. (CNS) — Har
Chapel, 8 p.m.
ator of a magazine shop. When ried by manpower shortages, Group
Recorded music Monday. Tuesday and
she discovered that the man city officials have turned 200 Thursday evening and Sunday afternoon
in Post Chapel.
wanted her to pose unclad she head of sheep loose on the banks
knocked him down, handcuffed of I..ike Springfield to substitute
Pass The ENGINEER To An
him and hauled him into the sta for lawn mowers by munching other Abbotman—He’ll Appreci
tion house. Ingrid is a police- the grass.
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