Service Women - Clapp - Dunlop

6 - Clapp, Hazelle
- Vol.19/1943/No.3-Mar. p.5 – “At the time of writing, the following Powell River girls are in uniform: RCAF (WD) (including)…Hazelle Clapp…”
- May/43, p.2 - “As promised in our last issue, here is the list of Powell River girls now serving in the forces…(including)…Hazelle Clapp – RCAF.”
- Jul/46, p16 - “The Air Force attracted the larger proportion of Powell River girls. Twenty-three of them served their country in the air branch, and a considerable number proceeded overseas. Sgt. Jean Banham…Doris Humphrey, Elsie Foster, Hazel [sic] Clapp, Marjorie Fairgrieve and Zella Stade were all in he overseas group.”
7 - Craigen, Louise – Private CWAC
- Jan/45, p.3 – (W-111355) #1 Coy RCEME Queens Park London Ont “Thanks for the lovely Christmas gift and for the News Letters. Am stationed at Meredith Barracks here and am in the Orderly Room of the RCEME and like it fine. Haven’t seen any P.R. people yet but hear there are some around.”
- Apr/45, p.2 – “And Louise Craigen…is proving a bit of a Dead Eye at the indoor range. Is out for her marksman’s medal and has several 95 scores to her credit already.”
- Jun/45, p.2 – “Pte. Louise Craigen, who has been doing some fancy shooting on the indoor range, is the first of our girls who appears destined for the Pacific. Louise (Canadian 2
nd Echelon, Pacific Force, Brockville, Ont.) is quite thrilled and looking forward to her ramblings in Pacific areas.”
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8 – Donkersley, Betty – CWAC
(PH002303)
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9 - Doran, A.W. “Gerry” – RCAF
(PH002307)
- Vol.18/1942/No.5-May. p.13 – “Already Jeanne Banham and Doris Bailey are in the regular service forces; and in May, Misses Eileen Heavenor, Florence Hembroff and “Jerry” Doran left to take up duties in Eastern Canada.”
- Vol.18/1942/No.9-Sep. p.13 – “The girls now serving in the forces include…”Gerry” Doran…”
- Vol.19/1943/No.3-Mar. p.5 – “At the time of writing, the following Powell River girls are in uniform: RCAF (WD) (including)…”Gery Doran…”
- May/43, p.2 - “As promised in our last issue, here is the list of Powell River girls now serving in the forces…(including)…”Gerry” Doran – RCAF.”
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10 - Dore, Alice (Sis) (Mrs, Earle) – Sergeant RCAF
(PH002308)
- May/43, p.2 - “As promised in our last issue, here is the list of Powell River girls now serving in the forces…(including)…Mrs. Earle Dore – RCAF.”
- Mar/44, p.3 – LAW (W-306601) MPO 303 Trenton Ont “…I really enjoy the News Letters. I read them and send tem on to Earl…See Pat Hughes now and then and this week end am going to New York with Marge Evans to visit Peggy Fowler…say hello to all the gang over at the Kipp-Taylor hangout and tell them I would like a note once in a while.”
- Apr/44, p.2 – “…in to town pops “Sis” Dore, trim and efficient with three well earned hooks. (in a sweet spot to ride herd on Corporal Dore – and Sis asks us to tell Earl that is just what she intends doing).”
- May/44, p.4 – (in letter from Earl Dore) “…Guess by the time this arrives, my wife (Sis) will have been there and gone.”
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11 - Dunlop, J. (Jean) – Corporal CWAC
(PH002327)
- May/43, p.2 - “As promised in our last issue, here is the list of Powell River girls now serving in the forces…(including)…Jean Dunlop – CWAC.”
- Vol.19/1943/No.9-Sep. p.13 – (re: the cover picture) “Left is Miss Jean Dunlop…Prior to her enlistment in the Canadian Women’s Army Corps, Jean was employed in the Powell Stores. Today, along with 35 other Powell River girls, she is helping release men for front line service.”
- Feb/44, p.3 – (W-110817) Jean Dunlop…(is) with the CWAC’s Vancouver Barracks.”
- Oct/44, p.2 – “Jean Dunlop keeps up the reputation of our gals by grabbing off two hooks. That may not be all the interesting news you hear about Jean. If you want to know, drop her a line. (Cpl. Dunlop, Jean (W-110817) 29
th Coy CWAC Vancouver Barracks Vancouver BC)”