The Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 29, 1953 Page: 8 of 18
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WAC Of The Week
PFC. ELIZABETH COLEMAN
A lot of travel has been packed
Into the comparatively short Army
life of PFC Elizabeth A. Coleman
a file clerk in the 4005th Separation
Elizabeth enlisted in June 1951
at her home town of Memphis
Tenn. After basic training at Fort
Lee Va. she attended the Medical
Field Service School at Fort Sam
Houston and then was assigned to
recruiting at Albuquerque N. M.
She reported to Fort Hood in
August 1952 and shortly after
ward became an active participant
in the WAC Detachment sports
program. At present she is the
captain of the Detachment basket
ball team and is looking forward
to the Fourth Army basketball
In addition to sports Elizabeth
writes poetry and makes plans for
completing the nurses training
course which she interrupted to
investigate Army life.
A course in charm was started
at the January 21 meeting of the
Better Half Club.
Charm and beauty tips were dis
cussed by Mrs. Oliver L. Franklin
and Mrs. Ruth Glasgow who have
had experience with Richard Hud-
nut DuBarry Charming Woman
Helena Rubenstein and Charles of
the Ritz courses. Regular classes
will begin in February.
Mrs. Franklin and Mrs. Glasgow
demonstrated the use of facials and
the proper use of creams and lubri
cants in caring for the skin. Litera
ture and helpful hints on the Rub
enstein Course was furnished by
the Woods Drug Store of Killeen.
Plans for the Valentine's Day
decoration for the USO were dis
cussed with the Better Halves
again planning unique treatments
for the social hall and lounge.
Refreshments of chocolate cake
cookies coffee and tea were furn
ished by Mrs. Fred Tongren and
Mrs. Carl Bisenthal.
Exclusive Ladies' Apparel
Home of Nationally Advertised
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Teen Age Program Planners
TEEN-AGE CLUB OFFICERS discuss problems of the coming year during the first meeting following
their recent election. One of the first projects discussed was installing a television set for the club.
Left to right are: Mary Fojt secretary Rose Alyce Brooks vice president Bobby Turner president
and Nancy Kubin treasurer.
The Thrift Shop will hold
Open House in the new location
Bldg. 309 Battalion Ave. be
tween 33rd and 34th Streets on
Feb. 1 from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m.
Everyone is invited.
Thursday—10:00-l :00 Receiv
7:00-9:00—Receiving and sell
Friday—10:00-3:00 Selling on
Friday Jan. 3()
Sea Food Dinner 5:00 p.m.
Square Dance 8:00 p.m.
Saturday Jan. 31
March of Dimes Formal Dance
Sponsored by the 13th MTB.
Music by Tommy Cunningham.
Sunday Feb. 1
Buffet 6:00 p.m.
Monday Feb. 2
Bridge Night 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday Feb. 3
Ladies Bridge 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday Feb. 4
Cash Prize Games 8:30 p.m.
WHAT'S COOKING FEB. 2-6
MONDAY Feb. 2
Baked Rice & Cheese
Cabbage Apples Celery Raisin
Iced Cake Squares
Sliced Bread Butter
TUESDAY FEB. 3
Boiled Ham Slices
Seasoned Black Eyed Peas
Shredded Lettuce with French
Apple Cheese Crisp
Bran Muffins Sliced Bread
WEDNESDAY FEB. 4
Baked Pinto Beans
Sliced Bread Butter
Milk Plain or Chocolate
THURSDAY FEB. 5
Meat Loaf with Tomato Sauce
Hash Brown Potatoes
Sliced Bread Butter
FRIDAY FEB. 6
Baked Turkey and Noodles
Buttered English Peas
Fresh Fruit Salad
Hot Rolls Butter
Served in An Atmosphere of Early Texas
LUNCHEON .. DINNER
We Cater fo
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2 Blocks From East Gate Killeen
Mrs. Joseph Conroy second vice
president met with the wives of
battalions and section heads to
formulate plans to welcome all
new arrivals at Fort Hood and
bring them to the monthly lunch
Mrs. H. Wright announced a new
phase for those interested in sew
ing. This group will meet from
9:00 to 11:00 in the Girl Scout House
on Battalion Avenue each Tuesday
morning. New members are wel
Minute Maid 6 Oz.
THE ARMORED SENTINEL
Officers' Wives Club
The Fort Hood Officers Wives
Club will meet at the Officers Mess
at 12:45 February 3 for the mon
thly luncheon. The membership of
the club voted this change at the
last luncheon meeting.
Mrs. Alfred Hopkins president
of the club appointed Mrs. Walter
Dunlap chairwoman for the com
mittee handling donations of cakes
or pies to the March of Dimes
Dance Feb. 6 at the 162nd St. Serv
Mrs. Dunlap asked that anyone
who wishes to assist in this pro
ject contact her by telephoning
Killeen 4362. Only pies and cakes
are needed and these may be de
livered to the 162nd St. Service
Club anytime before five o'clock
Reservations for the Tuesday
Armour's Sfar 4 to 6 Lb. Average
U. S. Good Grade
bridge and other games should be
made by calling the Officers Mess
phone 4-4185 between 10:00 and
12:00 a.m. Mrs. Alfred A. Grebe
chairwoman announced that offi
cers wives are cordially invited and
it is not necessary to bring a part
To cover the refreshment and
prize expenses there is a charge of
50c at each meeting. Bridge in
struction will be available if there
are requests from beginning play
Hostesses for the January meet
ing the ladies of Headquarters Di
vision Artillery were thanked for
the excellent arrangements by Mrs.
Reservations for the February
3 meeting should be made as early
as possible by calling Mrs. J. Con
roy 4-3198 if your name begins
with the letters A through Mrs.
R. Vollendorff 4-3181 I through O
Mrs. K. Peterson 3427 through
Hostesses for the meeting will
be the ladies of the 81st Recon
Mrs. Herman Siemers announced
the program will be furnished by
a group from Baylor University
School of Music at Waco Texas.
The selections will be a variety of
folk and semi-classic music.
PORK CHOPS 59c
Hermel's Budget Brand
Fresh Fruits & Vegetables
For ARC Group
Mrs. Betty Petrabourg was elect
ed general chairman of the Fort
Hood Service Group of the Ameri
can Red Cross at their January
The assistant general chairman
is Mrs. Theo King and other of
ficers elected at the meeting in
clude: Mrs. James Dryer Grey
Ladies chairman Mrs. Lota Lloyd
Staff Aide chairman Mrs. Mary
Knierim assistant Staff Aide
chairman Mrs. Marie Imsane
secretary and Mrs. Louise Cun
Mrs. Fleta Hall was elected
Blood Bank chairman with Mrs.
Bee Goodrich and Mrs. Peggy
Steckla as assistants.
A new Staff Aide course will be
gin February 3. Classes will be
held at the Teen-Age Club from
9:30 to 11:30 everyone interested
in the course is invited to attend.
TV AT SERVICE CLUBS
Watch your favorite television
shows at any one of the three
Hood service clubs—162nd Street
Brigade Avenue and North Fort
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Lacy, Joe M. The Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 29, 1953, newspaper, January 29, 1953; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth254320/m1/8/: accessed May 28, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Casey Memorial Library.