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m r' h fr # \V% U Saw Charlie Rabb ( -ana Mas on of the Medics balling at the NCO Club, celebrat ing their last week-end in the army. Both donned civ** vies along with Hank laoore of Post Hq Det., earlier in the week, It»s quite strange %o see Lochinvar, T/4 Mitchell, Post Hq Det., alone, Where is T/3gt. ¥• Bond.? Music lovers will miss the sizzlin’ rhythms of alto saxman Russel Procope. He left for the big town on Saturday last as a free man. Sgt. Corwin and T/5 Pec ot lire re so much engrossed in their conversatipn, she refused several offers to dance• The local WACs should turn out en masse when vis iting WACs attend a dance here. That’s not the Hua chuca spirit, girls. Carmella Cathings seems very lonesome since Gray started his freshman year at Arizona U, Get on the ball, boys. Hank Moore almost won that jitterbug contest at the USO frolic. Flat-top and a WAC from Tucson fin ally won out. Murphy (Hya friend?) and Jenkins (WACs) were parked very close to the door. Any significance? Did you see brother(for merly Sgt.) Simms lately? He’s back on Post now as a ciwie, all rigged up- and HOW 111 Congrats to "Flee as a Bird" (Lt. Whisonant) on getting his discharge. POSTSCRIPT OF-TIfE.APACHE SENTINEL, tffli : ■ . .1—- 4 .J When a # girl’ sneezes, it *d a sign she’s catching cpld; when she yawns,,‘ t she’s got ten cold.. | History records Only bne ' indispensable raan - Adajn. - i * S ome girls attain their ends by not' taking enough exercise.* * Hospital visitors”! just heard those two nurses say ing some' mean things about. you.'« ; Sergeant: "Yeahl They’ve had me on the pan ever since I’ve been here,"; The sergeant was explain ing to his C. 0., "I got in bad company, sir. There were four of us. I had a bottle of whiskey and the other three don’t touch the stuff." This is the land of op portunity *— that’s why .so many married men get into trouble • . . The sailor was going home on his first leave and was fortunate enough to obtain a pullman, When he pulled , back the curtain of his berth he was asto nished to find two lus cious blondes sleeping - there. He checked his tic-, ket to be sure he was rig ht and said: "I’m deeply sorry, lad ies, but I’m a married man, a man of respect and stand ing in ray community. I can’t afford a scandal.l’m sorry-but one of you girls will have to leave." 12 October 1945 "Hello! Mama!” JU okJ it r? ds Me M w DELAIR, N. J. (CNSMVhen Pfc George McLaughlin, 22, LSMCR, failed to-write his fiancee, Lillian Langely, 20, ' Udftti Carolina farm gal, she wondered what was cooking. She found out soon enough. He lost his sight at Saipan,and did not want to saddle the girl he lov ed with a guy who would be dependent upon her in many ways. Said Lillian: "I was never in love with your eyes." They’re to be married as soon as McLaughlin gets his discharge; NILES, OHIO (CNS) Pio Palermo,a caterer, a,te one of his own sandsriche^diod of ptomaine.