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Postscript of the Apache sentinel. [volume] (Fort Huachuca, Ariz.) 1945-1946, October 26, 1945, Image 1

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No.l 1922 SCU, Station Complement, Ft, Huachuca, Arizona Friday 26 Oct 1945
Iliss Virginia R, Mills, the new As
sistant Director at the Fry USO, comes
to Fort Huachuca from Newport News, Vir
ginia Where she was Assistant Director
of the Jefferson Avenue USO. Previous
to this appointment she taught Physical,
Education and English for three years
at ,the I. 11. Terrell High School in
Fort worth, Texas and in the some city
was case worker with the City Health
and Welfare Department.
Miss Mills received her education at
the University of Pittsburgh, Pitts
burgh, Penna.;Payne College in
Ga., and Wiley College in Marshall,
Texas where she received her AB degree.
Miss Jacqueline Myles, the new Staff
Assistant, taught History and Physical
Ed at Crossett High School, Crossett,
Arkansas, She was Girl Scout Field Ad
visor in Washington, D. C., and in the
summer of 1944 she directed the Child
ren's Inter-racial Intercultural Work
shop at the Fellowship Church of All
Peoples in San Francisco,
Miss Myles received her AB at Bennett
College-, in Greensboro, N. C. She then
attended the School of Social W'ojdk at
Howard University, Washington, D. C.,
for a year and recently completed the
two years* work for an MA in Social Wel
fare at the University of California in
Berkeley, California.
We wish them both, all the success
in the world while on the Post.
Twenty young ladies from the 1922 SCU
Y/ac Detachment, Fort Huachuca, Arizona,
become eligible for discharge Nov Ist,
under the Amy's point system. These
women have seen service at least for 34
months, some acre than three years /They
have played a very important part in
the successful completion of the nat
ions war effort and deserve much praise
for their voluntary service.
It is interesting to note that most
of them intend to further their educa
tion by taking advantage of the GI Bill
of Rights which provides schooling at
the government’s expense. In an inter
view with many of the girls eligible
for discharge, we obtained the follow
ing statistics:
Annie B. Demis, Columbus, Ohio, will
study beauty culture teaching in Chic
ago before returning to Columbus to
open a school of beauty culture..
Marjorie Bland, Keokuk, lowa, will re
turn to school to take up accounting..
Frances Rollins, Ironton, Ohio is plan
ning to return to school, after a brief
re5t...... Eleanor Bracey, Toledo, C*hio,
will return to her job as assistant
city chemist and later enter Ohio State
Univ.....Clelie Pecot, New Orleans, La.
will return to U.C.L.A. to complete her
major in Social Sciences Lillian
Jenkins, Bronx, N. Y., will return to
school at Columbia U.... Virginia Moyer,
Ironton, Ohij will enter Howard at the
2nd semester.. ,ann Seay, Daytona Beach,
Fla., will return to her position as a
school teacher after a year in school..
Glennye Oliver, Chicago, 111., will re
sume her studies at Northwestern where
she was majoring in English before en
tering the service.......Medora Ingram,
Jefferson City, Tenn. will enter school
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