|Vol. II No. 12||page 5||March 26, 1943|
Good old Les is back on the job again and says he is feeling fine. We surely missed you and are happy to have you back, Mr. Saftorius.
Those marshmallows and cookies do wonders for reviving us about mid-after-noon. Keep it up, Les, you will find that we do our work much better.
Myrtle Killoren spent the last week end in Hot Springs and Custer.
Last week the Army took over where the Navy left off. How about letting us in on some of those deals, Deloris?
The shades are there for a purpose Marlyce. How about using them? Not that we care, but it is so embarrassing to the Captain.
|Vol. II No. 12||page 14||March 26, 1943|
It is with regret that we record the departure of Captain Hugh Warren, who was with the Fiscal and Procurement Departments, to assume his new duties at Washington, D.C.
|Vol. 2 No. 29||page 2||July 17, 1953|
Carl W. "Bill" Ottmann, for several years associated with the Veterans Administration, is the new assistant procurement officer While with the VA, he was in the Supply Division
A native of Hot Springs, Ottmann has long been associated in Legion affairs in the City of Healing Waters and at the present time is Commander of the Hot Srings Post.
He is married and hopes, within thrity days, to increase Igloo's population by bringing Mrs. Ottman and their two boys, Bill age eight, and Bob age four, to the community.
Edgemont Tribune; June 29, 1955; Depot Property welcomes Murdoch C. Johnson to Office force, replacing Ruben Verens transfer to Procurement.
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