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Postscript of the Apache sentinel. [volume] (Fort Huachuca, Ariz.) 1945-1946, January 04, 1946, Image 4

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With the holiday season
over, the remaining mem
bers . of Fort Kuachuca’s.
Station Complement have
settled • down to the busi
ness at hand, -But what a
celebration went on, Part
ies, dinners,programs, etc
- all over the Post. .
The Post Headquarters
Detachment party and dinn
er on the afternoon of Hew
Years Day was a delightful
occasion, with a turkey
dinner, beer and music by
the Post Swing Band for an
afternoon of dancing and
gaiety.
The NCO Club v/as beauti
fully' decorated for its
gala New Year’s Eve Party*
There was plenty of turkey
beer, etc., all for free
but the band that was pro
mised for the affair, fai
led to show. What happen
ed, boys?
The Office of the Apache
Sentinel : has been moved to
’new quarters in the Post
Special, Services Building,
just across the street
from our old stand.
Congrats to Mr. and firs.
Quincey H. Taturn, recently
married in Tucson, She is
Lt* Consuelo Bland, comm
anding officer of the WAC
Detachment. •
‘Also recent newlyweds -
are Mr. and Mrs, Robert H.
John s on. She ’s the former
Juanita Bell of the WAC
Detachment, Hubby, recent
ly discharged, is in Mary
land awaiting Juanita’s
return.
POSTSCRIPT OF THE SENTINEL
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The stork is one of the my
stics
And inhabits a number of
districts.
It. doesn’t yield plumes
Or sin g any tun es,
But helps out with vital j
statistics» , .j
In. Roswe 11, llew Mexico, ' !■.
a man became j\ proud father)
for the eighteenth time, j
He commented to reporters j
”It’s a mistake for people, j
to spend so many evenings I
at the movies.” *
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Overheard in a peters- j
burg cafet
Customer: ’’Noodle sour, j
veal with tomato sauce and j
a cream puff.”
Counterman (just dischar-j
ge.d from the Army): ’’Bowl i
of submarines, camouflage ;
the. calf and hurl r.k a c-us- i
tard grenade.” j
i
Women should be kept in’ :
ignorance. To educate a j
woman is like ■ leaving a I
razor where v. monkey can |
find it. ' j
If youth be h defect, it j
is one that we' outgrow only]
too soon. j
j
First Mbs ~ uito: ”Where’s I
that new girl who flew ar- j
ound lu re last week?”
Hopewell Girl: ”Can’t you)
pull your. Good Conduct Rib- i
bon off just this one night'
As long as there’s some- ;
one- kicking you in the j
pants, there’s no chance j
of him getting ahead oi j
you.
4 January 1846
GRAYED OR P T)LEN M
One Cocker Spaniel Puppy,
Black, full bred pedigreed
answers to the nam'r of
"Princess”. Please return
to iir. H, Jones, Jr., 146
Bonnie Blink or call same
at aid 3 hospital No, 2 - fll
X-Ray j
F-O-R. S-A-L-E
Parlor couch and Chair.
'"Phone «t26l -after 6:00 P.M.
C. ' f -
Her hands were worn out
against the , skin of his
body, and his body was
worn out against the trials
of life, in order that her
hands might love him.
Brother, you is all wrap
ped up top tightly wid a
garment of sin; that’s why
you' cain’t breathe Reli
gion freely. ?
Ev'-ry time I suggest the
best idea on earth, some
-1 one 'comes alofg and sug
j gases - a better one. Are
| you this same way?
t
! If you want to see who
i loves who, - watch a worn-*
: an’c ’’hands” and a man’s
I £ / t S * 7 j
The world will pay any-
! thing for extra attention
) that pleases. Give more of
j this than othe rs, and you
will get more than others,
-of everything
|
j A woman built like a**..
j brick house, never has any
{ trouble finding a man to
put a roof over her.

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