Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, June 17, 1960 Page: 4 of 12
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This Sunday is our special Fa
ther's Day Buffet and Musical
Revue. Brought back by popular
demand are the sensational "Mer
ry Macs" along with Roland
Drayer and his Orchestra.
The Merry Macs appeared at
the Club a short time ago and
won plaudits from the crowd with
their vocalizing of all their re
cordings Movie and TV special
the Killeen Army Base NCO
More than 160 persons attended
a dinner dance of the Fort Hood
NCO Wives Club June 7 in the
main ballroom of the NCO Club.
Dance music was furnished by
Vernon Myers and his orchestra.
Door prizes were won by John
Mihelich Mrs. Robert J. Parker
and SFC R. E. Henderson.
A farewell gift of a silver cake
server was presented to Mrs. John
Mrs. Ernest Patton social
chairman and Mrs. William Bat-
sell were in charge of arrange
Spend Day At
Seventeen members of the Fort
Hood NCO Wives Club spent a
day last week as volunteer work
ers at the McClosky Veterans
Administration Hospital in Tem
ple working as ward hostesses
library assistants and personal
shoppers for individual patients.
The volunteers orgaized a ward
party in the afternoon.
The volunteers were Mesdames
Eddie Edwards E. L. Butler
W. C. Byrd Bill Holley James
Maryin William Batsell C. J.
Hartzell John Price Kenneth
Hockenberry Vincent Vigil Jack
Hogue Kerrby Nelson William
Beetem H. E. McArdle J. A.
Hennessee Bobby James and
The club has announced that
volunteer workers are needed for
a carnival scheduled for 7 p. m.
June 30 at the McClosky hos
pital. Free nursery facilities will
be provided for the volunteers.
Interested persons may call
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ELECTED PRESIDENT OF PWC The history of the Pro-
testant Women of the Chapel is presented to Mrs. W. R. Floyd
newly elected President of the group by Captain (Chaplain)
Ehvyn Edwards Director of Religious Education Program. The
installation of newly elected officers was held last Friday at
the Religious Education Center. (Photo by M-Sgt. Brymer.)
Officers Open Mess
ties. They will present an hour
long program backed by the Rol
and Drayer Orchestra.
Tickets may be picked up at the
Hostess' Office. Reservations are
$1 per person and the buffet is
$1.75 per person.
Happy Hour on Sunday starts
at 5 p.m. and will be followed
by the buffet at 6 p.m. Main
entrees for the buffet are prime
Elections Highlight Killeen
Base NCO Wives Club Meet
Election of officers highlighted Wives Club last week at the NCO|prime beef dinner in our Candle-
the monthly business meetnig of Open Mess.
Mrs. Rolland O. Carter was
elected president for the next six
months succeeding Mrs. James
Hudson. Others elected were Mrs.
Ray Blount Vice-President Mrs.
T. B. Clay Secretary Mrs Jack
Pohlman Treasurer and Mrs.
Stanley Ruoff Sergeant-at-arms.
Installation of newly elected of
ficers will take place at the next
monthly business m'eeting.
It was announced that a first
aid class will be given if enough
members show interest. Inter-
The Club will sponsor a social
June 25 7-9 p.m. Reservations
are to be made no later than
June 23 by calling Mrs. Carter
5168 or Mrs. Blount 4155.
New members welcomed to the
club were Mrs. Hilton Webb Mrs.
Donald Eidson and Mrs. Mich&el
The door prize was won by
Mrs. Henry Derstine.
Officers' wives of Headquarters
Combat Command A 1st Ar
mored Division have scheduled
their monthly luncheon for 12:30
p.m. June 20 at the Fort Hood
Memo's without permanent
reservations who desire to attend
may contact Mrs. Donald P.
Prescott Jr. the group's new res
ervations chairman at FH 37168.
Mrs. Prescott also will be the
reservations representative for
Headquarters wives for Combat
Command A luncheons.
A luncheon for all Combat Com
mand A officers' wives is slated
for noon June 21 in the Fort Hood
Hostesses for the June lunch-
will be ladies of the 1st
Cavalry under general chairman
ship of Mrs. William D. Meara.
Reservations may be -made
through unit representatives be
fore noon June 18.
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The wives of 67th Armor officers
met recently on the north patio
of the Fort Hood Officers' Club
for their monthly coffee. The
hostesses Mrs. Horace McCulloch
and Mrs. William S. Diehl used
roses as the decorative theme for
A large bouquet of roses was
centered on the serving table and
name tags were fastened to red
and pink paper roses made by
Mrs. Howard Winningham and
Mrs. Kenneth Hollovvay presided
at the coffee and iced tea serv
Mrs. William M. Jenneman
mother of Mrs. John Ackley was
a guest at the meeting.
beef baked young chicken and
hamburger rigatani casser
ole provolene along with dozens
of other select foods.
Saturday June 18th a special
light Room plus Joe Sanchez and
his Orchestra for your dancing
pleasure will highlight the eve
Dancing will be from 9 p.m!
until 1 a.m.
Monday June 20th features free
snacks in the Oak Room.
Wednesday June 22nd the
"Trutones" will be playing your
favorite dance tunes in the Oak
Saturday June 25th features a
FREE Noon Stag Buffet. Come
early and stay late dancing to
Nethery and his
Mrs. W. R. Floyd has been
elected president of the Fort Hood
Protestant Women of the Chapel.
Other officers installed were:
Mrs. R. W. Sennewald first vice
president Mrs. L. J. Newsome
second vice president Mrs. E.
W. Gremmels secretary Mrs.
S. Slyman treasurer Mrs Mrs.
Sam Merrill historian and Mrs.
S. W. Brooks choirister.
Mrs. J. Lindvall officiated at the
installation ceremonies of the new
ly-elected officers last Friday at
the Religious Education Center.
Captain (Chaplain) Elwyn Ed
wards Director of the Religious
Education Program told of the
plans for the up-coming Vacation
Bible School which will be held
August 1-12. He urged all ladies
interested in helping with the Bi
ble School to contact him at 39204.
Mrs. J. L. Martinus announced
there would be a rummage sale
June 24 at 217 E. Ave. D Kil
leen. All members were urged
to bring any summer items not
needed to the Religious Education
Center prior to the date of the
PLUS TAX night
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2d AD Social Notes
During the business meeting
conducted by Mrs. McCulloch
plans were made to hold a bake
sale later in the month. Mrs.
Holloway was appointed chair
man for fund raising projects.'
It was announced that the group
would meet for bridge on the
first and thrid Wednesdays of
each month and that Mrs. Wil
liam J. Taylor Jr. would be host
ess in her home for the first game
Mrs. Ronald M. Tyler was in
troduced and greeted as a new
member. Farewells were extend
ed to Mrs. Winningham Mrs.
Herman R. Sanner and Mrs.
Maurice A. Maloney Jr.
Door prizes were awarded to
Mrs. Domonick Coppino Mrs.
Jenneman and Mrs. Ackley.
Mrs. Harold I. Jones and Mrs.
Charles W. Philipp were named
as hostesses for the July cof
Officers and wives of the 3d
Artillery held a buffet supper last
Saturday night on the patio of the
This can be your treat to Dad'Fort Hood Officers' Club.
at your own Officers' Open Mess.
Friday June 17th brings the
popular barbecued shrimp and
steak night. Join the crowd on
the patio for a complete $1.50
steak or shrimp dinner cooked
over charcoal. Sports attire is
authorized on the Patio. Happy
Hour 4:30-5:30 p.m. hours and
dancing will be to the "Tru-
tones" from 8 p.m.
During the evening Lt. Colonel
Benjamin C. Bell introduced
new arrivals Lt. and Mrs. Keith
B. Bingham Lt. Patrick L. Re
gan Lt. Donald H. Jolly Lt.
Billy W. Holbert Lt. Gilbert H.
Schumpert Lt. Lester D. Nichols
and Lt. Emmet L. Curry.
Guests attending the affair were
Colonel and Mrs. John F. Brown-
low Jr. Capt. and Mrs. Arthur
Hoff Miss Sylvia Weiss Miss Dee
Weiss Miss Nelda Ragsdale
Miss Charlene Guy Miss Jan
Rymere and Mr. Robert Pickens
Colonel Bell presented lighters
and scrolls to departing officers
Lt. Charles A. Thompson Lt. Joe
L. Berry Lt. Lewis V. Page and
Lt. Donald H. Woodyard
A baby cup was presented to
Lt. and Mrs. James H. Hollings-
worth. The Hollingsworths also
won the door prize.
Wives of Officers of the 502d
Aviation Company held their
monthly coffee recently in the
Occident Room of the Fort Hood
Officers' Club. Hostesses were
Mrs. Robert Gosney and Mrs.
Chairman for the business meet
ing Was Mrs. Lindberg James.
Mrs. James welcomed newcomer
Mrs. Charles Ivy to the group.
Als welcomed were guests Mrs.
John O'Donohue Mrs. Thomas
Hession and Mrs. James Bergen.
High-fashion hair styles and
make-up were demonstrated to
the group by a local merchant.
Mrs. W. O. Teague hosted the
bi-monthly bridge for wives of
officers of the 50th Infantry held
recently at the Fort Hood Of
ficers' .Club. ...
Guests of the ladies were Mrs.
L. M. Davidson Mrs. W. V. John
son and Mrs. P. W. Babcock.
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Mrs. Babcock took the honors
with high score for the evening
and Mrs. Davidson won the trav
eling deuce prize.
The monthly coffee and business
meeting of ladies of the 50th was
held last week at the home of
hostess Mrs. W. S. Strubel.
Ladies of the 78th Artillery held
their June luncheon at the Stage
coach Inn in Salado with Mrs.
Ralph Weaver and Mrs. Richard
Thomas serving as hostesses.
There was a social hour preced
ing the luncheon. The decor for
the tables was that traditional to
Mrs. Weaver presented Mrs.
John F. Brownlow guest of hon
or with a farewell gift. Guests
included Mrs. William Wester and
Mrs. Max B. Hoyt. Welcomed to
the group were newcomers Mrs.
L. J. Gallardo Mrs. C. F. Hager
Mrs. R. J. Smith Mrs. Billy
Shepard Mrs. Herbert Wells and
Mrs. W. J. Umberg.
New committee officers elected
by the group are Mesdames C.
C. Stephens treasurer W. R.
Parrott name tags J. D. Shetler
and C. J. Johnston reservations
Richard N. Groves publicity and
Ben S. Jones Richard Loutzen-
hiser and Richard Thomas hos
Door prizes were won by Mrs.
John Mason and Mrs. Max B.
Hostesses for the next luncheon
will be Mrs. James N. Alexander
and Mrs. George A. Brown.
The 58th Infantry monthly cof
fee was held June 9 at the home
of Mrs. Raymond J. McClean in
Mrs Charles T. Keaton was co-
Mrs. William Thorton and Mrs
Robert Wilkinson were welcomed
as new members.
The door prize was won by
Mrs. Warren a special guest vis
iting from Colorado.
On June 12 the battalion month
ly party was held at the Fort
Hood Officers Club. Silver Card
Trays were presented to Lt. and
Mrs. Forrest W. Appleton and Lt.
William Van Dinter who are leav
ing the Battalion for other assign
Lt. John F. Niblack has joined
37th Armor 2d Armored Division
as a platoon leader in Company
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Officers of the 319th Military
Intelligence Battalion and their
wives were the guests of Lt. Col.
and Mrs. Robert G. Schaefer at
a party in the Fort Hood Offi
cers' Club last week.
It was a farewell party mark
ing 15 months service as bat
talion commander and 20 years'
Army service for Colonel Schaefer.
NCO WIVES CLUB PRESENTATION Mrs. Kerrby Nelson
treasurer of the Fort Hood NCO Wives Club presents a $500
check to Col. Leonard H. Munson committee chairman of
the Fort Hood Youth and Community Activities Association and
M-Sgt. J.T.W. Bateman director of the YCAA athletic sections.
The money will be used for purchase of baseball uniforms.
NCO Wives Club
Members of the Fort Hood NCO.won the dime drill. An additional
Wives Club voted to help redeco
rate the children's ward of the
Fort Hood Army Hospital in their
regular business meeting recently
at the NCO Club.
The redecoration help will be in
addition to a regular donation of
pajamas to the hospitalized chil
The club members also decided
to provide lollipops for the im
Also at the meeting Mrs. Wil
liam Beetem was named new club
secretary succeeding Mrs.
Charles Phillips who is leaving
Mrs. William Batsell was elect
ed assistant secretary. She will
also be in charge of photography.
Mrs. J. A. Hennesse will be
new chairman for Veterans Ad
Introduced as new club mem
bers were Mrs. James Brown and
Mrs. Homer Combs. Mrs. Jesse
Peak and Mrs. Bill Rusnick were
guests at the meeting.
Mrs. Jack Hogue won the door
prize and Mrs. Gerald Roberts
prize was awarded to Mrs. Wil
Mrs. Etlo R. Enrico and Mrs.
Charles Phillips each received a
silver cake server as a farewell
Hostesses for the meeting were
Mesdames John Mihelich C. J.
Hartzell Adam Masleh C. Orrio
co Andy Bell Otto Olson Charlie
Snuggs and Carl Fussell.
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Friday June 171960
Officers and ladies of the 67th
Armor 2d Armored Division at
tended a party in the Orient
Room of the Officers Club re
cently honoring departing and
newly assigned officers and their
Major Horace W. McCulloch
Battalion Commander- presented
a cigarette lighter bearing the
battalon crest to Captain How
ard O. Winningham as a fare
The following officers and their
wives were offically greeted at
the party: Captain Lee R. Tyner
Lt. Harold G. Kimes Company
Lt. and Mrs. Ronald G. Win
ter Company and Lt. and
Mrs. Ronald M. Tyler Company
The Fort Hood Officers' Wives
Club has scheduled bridge classes
for club members every Monday
9-11 a.m. in the Fort Hood Of
Interested persons may call
Mrs. Merle Tomlin at ME 4-5152.
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