|Vol. 2 No. 21||page 1||May 22, 1953|
Major Stephen M. Wondrasek has been sporting his new gold leaves less than two weeks but, to celebrate his promotion, he tossed the traditional promotion party for his brother officers and their wives last Wednesday at his quarters.
Major Wondrasek has 17 years in the army. He enlisted in 1933 and, with the exception of three years, from 1938 to 1941 when he was a member of the R. A. Reserve (inactive), he has been on active duty since his enlistment.
An officer for the past ten years, the new major has been in the Chemical Corps during this decade and has been Chemical Officer at the Depot since July, 1950.
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