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VOL. 2 NO. 24 1922 SGU, Station Complement, Fort Huachuca, Arizona FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19,1945 yiry/(.t: (../?/* fry /cJ frt <>pwft & The Post Exchange Officer, dapt. Carl Saber 5 , * announced early this week the reopening of the Service Club Nd» 1 Thursday 3 October 25, at whidh time the Knoxville Cafeteria will close. The Service Club Cafeteria, ‘which has been closed since the regiment left early this summer will serve two meals daily. Lunches will be served ifron 11:30 to 1:00 P. M. and dinner I will begin at 5:30 until 7:00 P.Li. .Fountain I service and sandwiches will be available in the \ evenings. \ The cafeteria will be managed by Mrj H. T. - lfP^»Sfc Capt. CARL SA3ER Schooley, at present managing the Knoxville * cafeteria. Mr. San Ford will head the kitchen staff as chef. The entire personnel from the Knoxville cafeteria will be transferred to the Service Club, The cafeteria will be under the supervision of Capt. Saber who has headed the local PX 3ra ■ nch since December 1. His home is San Francisco and he has long experiences in handling merchan dise. Prior to entering the service, Capt. Sab er was the buyer for a chain of retail stores (Continued on Page 3 Column 1) POSTSCRIPT OF THE f, W.. ... nnm Mr s. lu/iilY CARTER K H 'iWi HOC> L LAFnYLTTE, IND.,(PNS)-2nd Lt. Consbulb .Bland,of Keokuk, lowa, Commanding Officer of *a VIAC Detachment at Fort Huachuca, Arizona, a member of the ninth class of student officers as signed to the Women's Army Cor ps school for personnel admin istration at Purdue University, returned this wefek to her com mand at the conclusion of the two and one-half week course. Designed to improve the effi ciency of women in the Army,the school is unique in the bar De partment’s training program. The course consists largely of lec tures on personnel management, Army organization, adult psych ology, current history and the utilization of special services and educational facilities of the Army. Approximately half of the class time is devoted to seminar groups for discussion of matters pertaining to women in the *rny. Lt. Bland attended Keokuk Senior High School and Illinois State Normat three years. She enlisted, in the Women's Army Corps on iiUgust 12, 1942*. ! Prior to her enlistment she was em ployed as a teacher. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Bland. l'/ '7c;o/:sc <c fr - - o 'KCS' //fr?o ■ o _ y /"0 , ii | tf/L t///4V ,(/ /'/&O'tfc | " j Zb, Jh 45 .