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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

A ^-BUT vou FUNNY-LOOKING FUZZ- CHIN-TO YOU WE'RE JUST A FREE LUNCH CANTEEN HERES WHAT HAPPENEPIO WAITER DLETEL WHILE SPEAR-FISHIM6 OFF FLORIDA.... I DECIDED TO-.MIDE UNDER A CORAL. LEDGE I WAITED AND WATTED BROTHER IF VOU DONT I'M DOME FOR 1 MY AIR BEAT rr MAKETHE 30 DAY CAMEL /MILDNESS TEST... SEE WHAT YOU'VE BEEN MISSINO! SHOW UP AN HOUR WILLIE NEWT? GOOD STUPID CHISELING* I. HAD ID ACT FAST/ I FIRED WILDLY—- DISTRACTED 1HE SHARK-AND BROKE FORTWE SURFACE/ #1^' '50 H0I5T YOUR AND TAKE OFF/ NOT ONLY THAT VOU ONLY COME TO WATCH OUR T.V. ANP SPONGE OUR FRRIM G-GEE GIRLS IT'S SEEN WONPERFUL! HAPPV HUNTING. WALT—YOU HAVE AM HOURS TMAT MAKO OVER THE \EAfcS WALTER DIETEL HAD fc LEARNED HOW I HIMSELF IN ANY UNPGRWATER SITUATION. AND OVEKTWE YEARS HE HAD LEARNED- THROUGH STEADY SAAOKING THAT CAMEL. MILDNESS AND FLAVOR SUITED H'S TASTE TO A *T? For more pure pleasure... FET HOME/ I SAW A' SHARK OAR THERE WATCH VDUF^&ELF AIR SUPPLY OH—HELL KEEP HIS DISTANCE/ WE THOUGHT YOU WERE A GONER.!...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 November 1955

VOL. 9 No. 47 HEADQUARTERS MANEUVER DIRECTOR As thousands of parachutes of the famed 82nd Air­ borne Division dot western Louis­ iana skies these days it marks their participation in their seventh major maneuver since the end of World War II. Now that Exercise 'SAGE BRUSH is in full swing men of the 82nd can be seen jump­ ing from troop carrier aircraft of 18th Air Force. $ When asked about food and wa­ ter during the trip Spitzke said "Our only water was the water we got from melted snow. They gave us five pounds of bread per car each day and the bread didn't feed half of us in the car. The trip was a continuation of rolling dark­ ness short stops in the cold and cries for those who couldn't finish the trip." "After we reached the camps we were split up in groups and as­ signed work tasks for each day. Our work ranged from cutting down giant pine trees to loading al and uranium. They gave each us a quota every day and if the quota was not met in eight hours we did it in 16 or 24 ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 November 1955

Page Two STEADY 'THAR!—Two 1st Armored Division wheeled-vehicle me­ chanics Privates Daniel VV. Daoust (left) of Alpena Washington and John A. Burk of Terre Haute Ind. guide a new 1500-pound truck engine into position for assembly. Both men are assigned to the Maintenance Battalion of the 1st Armored currently en­ gaged in Exercise SAGE BRUSH joint Army-Air Force maneuver in the Fort Polk La area. (Official U.S. Army Photo by Monte- murro). 1 1 $0 million times a day at home at work or while at play There's nothing like a 1. BRIGHT RIGHT TASTE tangy bracing ever-fresh. 2. FAST REFRESHMENT... a bit of quick energy for a wholesome little lift. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. "Cok«" It a r«giitH«d trada-mark. 0 19S5. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY 1 1 1 TEMPLE WACO PUSAN Korea—"Give a U. S. Army Engineer a hammer saw bag of cement and some old pack­ ing cases (and the ubiquitous bull­ dozer of course!) a bit of gx-ound and things happen." said the edi­...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 November 1955

Thursday Nov 24 1955 Tern pit' PS© 117 S. 5th St. Thursday November 24 Thanksgiving Day 5:30 Turkey and all the trimmings Hosts USD Staff Senior Host­ esses Servicewives Club 7:30 Lobby Sing 8:30 Wishbone Hop Dancing to popular recordings Friday November 25 Game night choose your own Saturday November 26 1:30 Leathercraft Tom Haley In­ structor 2:30 Talk-a-letter-home-Send the folks a Christmas Greeting 8:30 11:30 Dancing popular recordings Refreshment Sunday November 27 8:30 Java Hour young adults First Methodist Church 10:30 Church Call attend the church of your choice 3:00 Sing-along with Mrs. Pearl Brookes 5:00 Dinner Bell Hour Council of Jewish Women Monday November 28 I Love Lucy Good T.V. Programs Tuesday November 29 Family night play games we have all kinds Jtfatch T.V. or listen to popular acordings Wednesday November 30 7:30 Leather Craft Join in the fun of making useful and beau­ tiful gifts Shoes Clothing Wanted By Welfare Committee Pickup boxes for shoes and cloth­ ing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 November 1955

Page Four 'rVS.. ALICE do what they do. fDDUsbeu in tbr Interest of tbe military ana clTtllan personnel at Fort Hood-Texas. Thursday by the Temple Sale* Circular Company. Temple. Texas. ^°J*®!?". r*cf^m.nrv ivfkFte. lo the news and editorial column* represent views of the Individual publication shoul'J be ?hls is not an official army newspaper however this publl- reprint non-copyrichted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Bo* 419. Subscription off post. 3.00 per year 1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free. AU Dictures are United States Army Sigma) Corps photorTaphs. Unless. otberwlsr •oted the publication of these is not restricted except to esses 'J™1*"* n7t'thr *-m" lor advertising purposes at which time permission of the Department of the Army wust be obtained. wnwvsirvn frnr»l» G0RMIJ5*ATi(jNAL a ^~v ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES: W B. Bradbury Company fiyj k'oct 4Vni stffiGt New Vork 17» N. Adverti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 November 1955

Thursday Nov. 24 1955 ctadi&A $A0jUpA~yojrih Gctimtivh—Sunday School Around the Post By RUTH ELLIOTT Heard wherever ladies gather to talk these days "What's the News?" In every letter going to Fort he a W ha News?" In every letter coming to the Post from Fort Polk "What's the news?" Doesn't any one have any news? The Hospital sponsored dance at the Officers' Club Saturday night was a big success from cocktails to dinner to floor show to dancing in an atmosphere of baled straw and saddle leather. Of course the propaganda the Hospital puts out 1st AD Wives' Enjoy Party The Support Command of the 1st Armored Division had a bang up good time part at the Officers' Club on Wednesday Nov. 16. The theme was informality and fun. Tables were set with red chec­ kered table cloths. The center piece Jon the buffet table was an arrange­ ment of cabbages onions egg plant and lettuce topped with bright red peppers. The vegeta­ bles were later used as pi'izes. Hostesses were Mrs. G. L. Coo Mrs. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 November 1955

Page Six ARMY 13 NAVY 7. 1890—Navy 24-0 1891—Army 32-16 1892—Navy 12-4 1893—Navy 6-4 1894—98—No Games 1899—Army 17-5 1900—Navy 11 -7 1901—Army 11-5 1902—Army 22-8 1903—Army 40-5 1904—Army 11 -0 1905—Tie 6-6 1906—Navy 10-0 1907—Navy 6-0 1908—Army 6-4 1909—No Game 1910—Navy 3-0 1911 —Navy 3-0 1912—Navy 6-0 1913—Army 22-9 4. UCLA 5. Notre Dame 6. TCU 7. Ohio State 8. Texas A&M 9. Georgia Tech 10. Auburn S O S a a By Einilio Carmona Army-Navy Meet Saturday In 56tli Tilt The Army-Navy annual game will take the attention of thousands jf military personnel and civilians who follow this series this weekend. The game scheduled to be played at Philadelphia Municipal Sta­ dium is the 56th meeting in this series which started in 1890. Army who is home team this year has won 28 while Navy has taken 23. Four games have finished in a deadlock—(1905) 6-6 (1923) 0-0 (1926) 21-21 and (1948) 21-21. Mutual Broadcasting System will be in charge of the radio cover­ age with Mel Allen and Bob Neal at ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 November 1955

Thursday Nov. 24 1955 FIRST QUARTER Guard Joe Branch kicked off for BAMC the ball going over the goal line where halfback Sammy Hopson was dropped for a safety after he bobbled the ball on the at­ tempted run out. Score: BAMC 2 Hood 0. Meilinger kicked from his own 20 yard line to halfback Don Cun­ ningham on his own 45. He return­ ed to the Hood 43. Quarterback Billy Sanders lost three Cunning­ ham lost five as he fumbled but recovered and the Comets drew a five-yard penalty on the next play. Fullback Bob McMullen was thrown for a six-yard loss and Branch kicked to the Hood 31 where halfback Carl Mayes took it for no return. On the first play halfback Hugh O'Leary pounced on a Tanker fum­ ble on the Hood 30. Sanders plung­ ed for a yard then lost five on his next attempt. Halfback Billie White lost a yard and tackle Chuck Kal- ani kicked out of bounds on the Hood ten. Hood was penalized to their own one yard line on the next play. Meilinger smashed to the five then tackle Fred Hous...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 November 1955

I age Eight „y-:i N i"\S -. 'o Vv. -"'"t .. f. v -v cr -.. ":V iN \Y sf S N- S S .. -VvV? ••v .\ J£&$v'!S£:'V*:v A 3^-rv J: V' •* K *A „v* *. V*' v:i r- 'i 'v:* 4 our prayers. We are thankful because we live in a great nation. We are particularly thankful for the wonderful associa­ tion we have enjoyed with the men who have a pri­ mary part in keeping this nation strong. We are thankful for the friendships we have formed with the officers and men of Fort Hood that will en­ dure through the years. Realizing that the growth of our community is almost completely the result of the location of Fort Hood we are always available to the personnel of this great installation for assistance on their financial problems and we firmly pledge to do everything consistent with our regulations to give guidance and counsel whenever called upon. As we enter into this Thanksgiving season this entire section of the country should be thankful to a gen­ erous Almighty for this country its abundance and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 November 1955

Thursday Nov. 24 1955 Dental Officers Bowling League Capt. G. Reichenbach won three straight games from CWO Keeler and took over second place in the standings last Monday evening in the Fort Hood Dental Officers In­ dividual (Handicap bowling league at HE Corps Special Services bowl­ ing alley No. 1 on Battalion Ave. Jn other league matches Lt. Col. S/ Hletko scored a three game sweep over Col. P. Brown Lt. K. Clemens took the odd game from Lt. J. Genuit and Lt. G. Hurt broke into the win column when he took two out of three games from Maj. N. Weisel. League leader Lt. Col. Hletko was high individual scorer for the night with 171-158-196 for a 535 se- 202 Gray Street nes. Capt. Reichenbach was next with 177-186-165 for 528. LEAGUE STANDINGS Name Won Lost Lt. Col. Hletko 0 Capt. Reichenbach .. .... 8 4 .... 6 6 .... 6 6 Maj. Weisel .... 5 7 .... 5 7 .... 4 8 .... 2 10 MONDAY'S SCHEDULE (Numerals indicate season's averages) Reichenbach (164) vs. Genuit (153) Keeler (145) vs. Weisel (1...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 November 1955

Page Ten HEADQUARTERS. MANEUVER DIRECTOR "Getting there first- est with the mostest" is still a good down payment on military success. Since the Greeks used the Trojan Horse to transport their troops and arms within the walls of ancient Syracuse and defeated the Spartans transportation has been recognized as a decisive ele­ ment of battle success. As in other fields of military endeavor "practice makes per­ fect" and field training experi­ ence under battlefield conditions in peacetime is a sound national insurance pi'ogram for survival. Exercise SAGE BRUSH the Joint Army-Air Force maneuver now underway in Louisiana is enabling the Army Transportation Corps officers and men to apply the les­ THERE. sons learned in World War Korea. Among the 110000 Army troops participating in the maneuver the exercise has the supporting ser­ vices of 4000 Transportation Corps personnel. Forty-four Transporta­ tion Corps units and elements of five others are participating in the giant-size operation ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 November 1955

Thursday Nov. 24 1955 All Army company commanders have the authority to make men in their command further their ed­ ucation if the commander is con­ vinced the man is insufffciently ed­ ucated to perform his job satis­ factorily. A* St liififiiP 04* & rn «8i xSW-V LIVE-WATER ACTION gets clothe* bandbox dean always 1 "SCISSORS BRIDGE"—The Army's new M46 Armored Vehicle Launched Bridge photographed iwhtto being field-tested by the 17th Armored Engineer Battalion in Germany is capable of spanning i(0 feet and carrying a 60-ton load. Monnted on an M46 tank chassis the bridge is operated by hy- idranlle cylinders which branch it net a gap. One soldier can set it sp in five minutes. The Army officially defines the salute as a formal mark of honor respect or courtesy to a person of a higher rank to a flag or to a high official. Saluting distance is prescribed at between six and 30 paces. anyway want jrgrsiSaiWS Come Wherever they are stationed all servicemen are compelled to com­ plete...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 November 1955

Page Twelve 7:00 Sign On 7:01 News and Weather 7:15 Ft. Hood Reveille 8:00 Ft. Hood News 8:10 Party Line 8:15 Coffee Time 8:30 Cham of Com. Speaks 8:45 Western Express 9:55 News 10:00 Shops with Carole 10:30 Organ Loft FRIDAY 7:00 7:0.1 7:15 8:00 8:10 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:55 30:00 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:05 12:00 12:15 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:30 3:00 3:05 3:30 4:00 4:05 4:30 4:40 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 Sign On News and Weather Ft. Hood Reveille Ft. Hood News Party Line Coffee Time of Speaks Western Express News Shop with Carole Organ -Loft Freddie Martin Show News Music for Listening Luncheon Music News Cav. of West. Music Music By Roth Spanish Program Western Parade News Western Parade 1050 Club News 1050 Club Even. Ed. Hood News Sports Review Killeen Kapers News Dinner Serenade Sign Off 7:15 ARMY SNOWMEN—U.S. Army infantrymen dressed in white parkas and gloves the latest in camouflaged arctic outer-clothing man a light machine-gun outpost in defense of the early approach area to the United States...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 November 1955

Thursday Nov. 24 1955 seu rr! LEGALS Legal Directory A-l LEWIS CASS & YARBOROUGH ATTORNEYS AT LAW 4 th Street and Avenue Killeen Texas. Phone 14941 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law 1 emple Texas First Nat'l Bids. Ph. 3-5254 TOM CARLILE Ratliff Building Attorney at Law 4th & Ave. CURTIS DUNCAN AND BRAGG Attorneys at Law Wood Building Gray & Ave. Phone 3881 ANNOUNCEMENTS Personals B-2 JOHNSON'S NURSERY SCHOOL: OPEN from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. five days a week. Ages 3-5. Price: SIS per month. A mother with B.A. degree and former nurserv school experience. Contact 814 Estelle Ave.. Killeen Heights. Phone K-10354. sst and Found B-6 LOST—LADY ELGIN WRIST WATCH white gold with black cord band. Small diamond on each side. Watch has senti­ mental value. Reward will be paid if found. Contact Mrs. William A. Guthrie 203 Central Ave Walker Village Kil­ leen. SERVICES Baby Sitters C-l WANTED: ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 24 November 1955

Page Fourteen O.M.N :F Letter Of Thanks Major General T. L. Harrold Commanding Officer Ft. Hood Ft. Hood Texas Dear General Harrold: By JOHN I. BRUNTZ A soldier who has spent most of his time in the service pounding a beat "Along the Roadside" is PFC Gordan L. Chalmers. To most of his buddies in the Security Platoon of HQ Co in And now a word from the KPs. Pvt. Edward J. Siegrist who is the IG Section of HQ Co Corps and Sp-3 Woodford Calhoun a jeep DOD Proposes Recreation Cut WASHINGTON (AFPS) Pro­ posed new post golf courses bowl­ ing alleys and swimming pools dis­ appeared from service drawing boards when the Department of De­ fense recently ordered a cutback in construction of recreational facili­ ties. Also ruled out with some ex­ ceptions was use of appropriated funds to build family housing units. The DOD indicated however that other means would be used to pro­ vide housing. A DOD directive signed by Dep­ uty Defense Secretary Reuben B. Robertson Jr. and addressed to the three...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 December 1955

VOL. 9 No. 48 Big Maneuver Near Reality Beginning on midnight Nov. 14 the US Ninth Army in the north and the Aggressor 11th Mechan­ ized Army in the south were fac­ ing each other across the demili­ tarized zone in a state of battle ^readiness. The aggressor 6th Air irmy and the 29th US Air Force "were on battle alert. The truce at this point was an exceptionally uneasy one due to the violation of the truce zone by aggressor air­ craft earlier in the day which re­ sulted in the loss of one US and four aggressor aircraft. On the morning of Nov. 15 US radar screens picked up nine un­ identified plots over the demilitar­ ized zone and the uneasy truce was broken. Aggressor aircraft were atom-bombing US Air Bases over a wide area. At the same time aggressor ground forces were simultaneously launching an all-out attack sweep­ ing across the demilitarized zone. The 15th Rifle Division of the 82nd Airborne and the 4th Arm- ored's 31st Fusilier Tank Division which with supporting units com­...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 December 1955

Page Two Christmas Cards Dow GRESHAM'S at&o/t Adams Temple Listen to KTEM NEWS Every Day at 7:30 A. M. •mJ M-EJUJl rffr OPERATION "TURKEY FLY"—It's Operation "Turkey Fly" for some 1st Armored Division tank crews stranded behind 'Aggressor" linees on Thanksgiving Day during Exercise SAGE BRUSH in Louisiana As an H-19 helicopter prepares to take off Lt. Col. Charles I. Olsen 4th Tank Battalion commander (far left) hands a turkey with all the trimmings to Chaplain (Major) Garrett A. Nalley (second from right). Looking on from the cabin are Sgt. Wheeler Wilson (second from left) and 2nd Lt. Stuart F. Tell (far right) cook and mess officer respectively with battalion headquarters. In the 'copter's cockpit the pilot 1st Lt. Robert W. Hoepp mans the controls. (Official U. S. Army Photo by Clark.) When yon go to Dallas head for the White-Plaza Hotel. Service men run that place! (At San Antonio and Corpus Christi too.) (Adv.) 3 Sizes: Iris (small) Venus (medium) Dianne (large) 202 Ave. 0...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 December 1955

Thursday Dec. 11955 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS Thursday December 1 •^Rlter No. 1—"The Vanihing Asmerican" Scott Brady Audrey Totter Theater No. 3—"Mister Roberts" Henry Fonda James Cagney William Powell Theater No. 4—"The View From Pompey's Head" Richard Egan Dana Wynter Cameron Mitchell Academic Dr. Service Club—Latin Combo Handicrafts Shuffleboard Tourney North Fort Service Club—Platter Parade Whist Tournament Friday9 December 2 Theater No. 1—"The Crooked Web" Frank Lovejoy Richard Den­ ning Mari Blanchard Theater No. 3—"Mister Roberts" Henry Fonda James Cagney William Powell Theater No. 4—"Paris Follies of 1956" Forrest Tucker Margaret Whiting Academic Dr. Service Club—Christmas Cahrades North Fort Service Club—R'cd Request Beat the Clock Saturday December 3 Theater No. 1—"Mister Roberts" Henry Fonda James Cagney Wil­ liam Powell Theater No. 3—"Inside Detroit" Dennis O'Keefe Pat O'Brien Theater No. 4—"Three Coins In The Fountain" Clifton Webb Dorothy McGuire Jean Peters Maggie McKane...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 December 1955

Page Four rntuitoo tat the Interest mt tke military TOWNSEND FIELD ALICE GORMLEI *0*5 m« dTlHu •very Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. penonnel rt statement* rcflecte. In the news and editorial eolumns represent fleiw of the^ Individual writers and under no elreomstanee* are to be eoasldered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not eonstltnte Department of Defense of the products 01 NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES: W B. 129 Bast 42nd Street Pfc. Wilson B. Edwards and Pfc. R. S. Pitts were appointed to the grade of Specialists Third Class. Promoted to Privates First Class were: Harold C. Aichholzer: Law- son P. Barnes Joseph R. Dolan Umberto Guerra Ollie R. Henry Ray Lesher William Saxton Jr. and George H. Walter Jr. The 4005th Enlisted Detachment is commanded by Lt. Col. W. F. Wren Jr. F#rt services Bradbury Company Adverttilns copy should he sent to: Bnsfoess Office. PO Box 4H. Teasple Texas. •abserlpUon off post I3.N ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 1 December 1955

Thursday Dec. 11955 1 JfiaduiA *)haupA—lfoidh ddwiLito-Sundajy School Around The Post By RUTH ELLIOTT Well Thanksgiving is taken care of and it was not so bad. There were a lot of dinner parties among groups of ladies where every one brought a dish and some kind soul baked a turkey. The biggest gath- I know of was the more than 8w5feservations at the Officers' club. Capt. Lloyd and his good na- tured crew were carving into their 21st "Ike sized" turkey when I PTA Meeting For November The November meeting for PTA was held at Meadows school Tues­ day morning Nov. 22. The mem­ bers were greeted with coffee and doughnuts as they arrived at the meeting. At a short business meet­ ing it was decided to purchase a second tape recorder for the school. The PTA organization had pur­ chased another recorder early in year. The group also decided purchase teachers name plates for each of the class rooms for the school. Activities availale to the young people of Fort Hood were discus­ sed by vario...

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