Sampson Briefs

Sampson N.Y. April 16-The comedy bomb-shell “Junior Miss,” which is still running on Broadway, will be presented in the new auditorium tomorrow and Monday nights USO Camp shows.

Miss Alice Fellows of New Bedford, Mass., has been named field director in charge of Red Cross activities at the U. S. Naval Hospital. Miss Fellows received her training at the Naval Hospital at Newport, R. I., where she has been on duty for the last three months.

Sixty men from starboard liberty have been invited to attend a dance and party sponsored by the Canandaigua War Council on Friday, April 23, at the Canteen Lunchroom in the Lisk Factory building.

Ted Mack, representative of Major Bowes, will be on hand tonight for the final auditions of the talent search for the Major’s coast-to-coast broadcast of April 22. Tonight’s auditions will be at 7:30 in the new auditorium. The winners of tonight’s final show will be eligible for a two-day trip to New York and a chance to appear on the Columbia network show.

“The Major and The Minor,” with Ginger Rogers, will be the movie attraction at the Geneva USO Club Sunday, Monday and Tuesday nights of next week. The show will start at 5:30 on Sunday and at 6 o’clock the other two nights.

A dancing class in the fox trot waltz and rumba will be held on Tuesday at 9 o’clock and a variety show will be staged Wednesday.

On Thursday a square dance, with a caller and old-fashioned music, will be held. Refreshments will be served Tuesday through Friday from 5 to 7.

Army Air Force unit

Private Antenucci is a graduate of Geneva High School and was formally employed by the American Can Company. He has a brother Francis who is in the Technical Training Command at Miami Beach, Florida.

Nathaniel Boynton of General Mitchell Field, Wisconsin, a member of the Tenth Ferry Command, who is now crew chief with a Lockheed plane, landed at Rome, N.Y., ands telephoned his aunt, Mrs. Thomas C. Carson, of 469 Castle street. He inquired after Geneva friends and stated that he was thoroughly enjoying his work in the Ferry Command.

Commissioned and enlisted personnel of the Station have been invited to volunteer for choirs now being organized for the new Chapels in Units A and E. The Royce Chapel (Protestant) in Unit A and the Chidwick Chapel (Catholic) in Unit E are expected to be ready for use by April 18.

The Yeomen in the Chip’s Company Basketball League dropped two of their first three games and then went on to win 18 straight games and emerge with the championship after a playoff with the Hospital Area squad of the U.S. Naval Training Station.