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July 22, 1943

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BOISE CITY, OKLAHOMA, TItURSDAY, JULY 22, 1943 THE BOISE CITY NEWS "i GIRLS PEED AIR EXPRESS Reginald Tyndall, who is in the~ Bernie Badgely of Keyes, who l Engineers Corps stationed at Boise, [ is in the Medical ,C~rlaS of the i Ida,he, arrived to day for a visitI Army, is no~ ~atdoned in the Ha-I in the Roy Bu~tterbaugh home.lwaiia~ Islands. I Re~iatald is enr(>ute to '[exarkana I --'----" I Arkansas, to wisit his parents.Gall Hours, son o Mr. and ,Mrs. I E~bart HouLs rs now m Aust~aha,: Ken~L'bOgston, who has ~been amcording to word received by hisl " ' t Gransbury statmned m 'Ienne~ee the pa~ fmnily this week. several months, has been recently ---- transferred to Pine Camp, N.Y. Auxiliary Martha . Private Firs~ Class Lois Duane Zirkel, ~ho is in the Tank l)ivis- ion of Fort Benning,(;a. wa.~ home on a ft~rloaxgh with his wife,visit- ing `Mrs. Zirkel's Mother, Mr.~. Marion Collir~s this week. ~ber~ G. Hadden, Seaznan FirBt Class, U. S. Coast Guard, ~im.ted ,his parents while on a fur- I o~t~gk~ this week, he is stationed at San~eda'o, C~lifornia, and ,returned to his ba~e Thursday of this week, arrived the first of the week to! spend a fttrlough here with rela-i tires.Field, MarthaTexas. is stcttioned at Kelly 'Pv% Vernon G. Ell.~worth lefti Wednesday for Fort Rosecrans, California, after spending a fifteen l day furlottgh ~ere with his parents' and other relatives___~. I Loyd HMlock, son off Mr. andi Mrs. George tIallook, arrived Fri-I day to spend a furlough .here. He he is on Anti-Submarine patrol has ,been stationed at .Caxnp Gru- duty ~orldng out of that .base. ber, Oklahoma for several mo~hs. Strayed--3 Whiteface steer calves, a~bout one year old, with horns. J.L. Bacon, Keyes 3-7t FOR RNNT--Apartrnents w~th i Photo ~ Air KXl~SS8 Division, Railway Express Agencl# HELEN BRUSACK, expert air cargo handler, surprised at work at La Guardia Field. New York, proves once again that girls can take over when necessary. Recently In an emergency, she checked every piece el alr express In a 2,000-pound load, then scientifically stowed It aboard a plane. All within 45 minutes, too. Girl cargo handlers work side by side wlth men at La Guardla Field, ask no favors and receive none. They KEYES BAPTIST CIIURCH The Keyes Baptist C hurcl~ is conducting a vagatio~ Bible ~hool `Monday, July 26 through Friday July 30. All between t'he ages of 4 and 17 in :the cammund~y are in%ted to attend. Classes begin promptly at 9:00 A. M., chtsses dismissed at 11:00 A. M. Keyes and Vicinity Mr. and Mrs .Ezra l,ower3., cal- led at the E. J. l~ehren(tt home Sunday. Mrs. Bohame is visiting in (;laud(,, Texas w.ff, h her son an't family. ) . l,ex. E. (i. tlu~hes enj,yed Sun- ,D,y dinm',r with Mr. and Mrs. K. IL Steinford. , Wnl,te,'s has ~,)hl his g~)- ,'cry .~* to L. (i S,mith from !,:un~ns. 5l~,q. E. (;. Hu,