Service Women - Irwin - Morrison

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25 - Irwin, “Teddy” RCAF (WD)
(PH002315)
- May/43, p.2 - “As promised in our last issue, here is the list of Powell River girls now serving in the forces…(including)…”Teddy” Irwin – CWAC (sic).”
26 - Kielty, Margaret
- Vol.19/1943/No.3-Mar. p.5 – “At the time of writing, the following Powell River girls are in uniform: RCAF (WD) (including)…Maragret Kielty…”
- May/43, p.2 - “As promised in our last issue, here is the list of Powell River girls now serving in the forces…(including)…Margaret Kielty – RCAF.”
27 - Lawson, Eleanor
- Jan/45, p.5 – (in a letter from Beppie Tomado) “Ran into three Powell River girls, Eileen Morrison, Eleanor Lawson and Lois Taylor in Victoria. Sure good to see some real girls.”
28 - Loukes, Mary – Private – CWAC
SW-Loukes, Mary – Private – CWACSW-Loukes, Mary – Private – CWAC-2
(PH002304) (PH002304-2)
- Vol.18/1942/No.9-Sep. p.13 – “The girls now serving in the forces include…Mary Loukes…”
- Vol.19/1943/No.3-Mar. p.5 – “At the time of writing, the following Powell River girls are in uniform: RCAF (WD) (including)…Mary Loukes…”
- May/43, p.2 - “As promised in our last issue, here is the list of Powell River girls now serving in the forces…(including)…Mary Loukes – CWAC.”
- Nov/44, p.2 – (W-11363) CWAC Reinforcing Coy. #1 CGRU CAO
- Jul/46, p16 - “Eighteen local girls joined the CWAC, four of whom served overseas. Doris Bailey was our first enlistment in this corps and the first of her group to proceed overseas, in December, 1943. Doris served in the United Kingdom and went to the continent after D Day. At the time of writing she is back in Powell River. Other local CWAC’s in the overseas army included Mary Loukes, Mrs. Gladice MacIntyre and Phyllis Simmonds.”
29 - McGuffie, Julia – AW2 RCAF
- May/43, p.2 - “As promised in our last issue, here is the list of Powell River girls now serving in the forces…(including)…Julie McGuffie – RCAF.”
- May/43, p.3 – (W-312309) 7 Manning Depot Rockliffe Ont “Well here I am in the Air Force at Rockliffe. When we arrived here the four of us from Powell River, Bette Parkin, Francis Haigh, Edith Taylor and myself all had our own ideas of sleeping in beds by each other. They changed all that. They sent us to bed in alphabetical order and I found an “MC” girl from the east beside me Guess it will work out all right though. In the drill hall here, there is basketball, badminton, handball, indoor soft ball and every gymn [sic] convenience. On Saturday night dances are held in the drill hall. There are 140 girls in out squadron: 19 from BC; four from Powell River.”
- Feb/44, p.2 – “Julia McGuffie is at Patricia Bay.”
- Feb/45, p.2 - “Since the start of the war, 95 Powell River men and women have been discharged from all the services. Among the girls are Julia McGuffie, Brisbane Hunter, Betty Bryan (nee Parkin) and Mrs. Ernie McLeod.”
30 - McGuire, Gwen
- Vol.19/1943/No.3-Mar. p.5 – “At the time of writing, the following Powell River girls are in uniform: RCAF (WD) (including)…Gwen MaGuire…”
- May/43, p.2 - “As promised in our last issue, here is the list of Powell River girls now serving in the forces…(including)…Gwen McGuire – RCAF.”
31 – MacIntyre, Gladys – Lance Corporal
- Aug/44, p.2 – “And word from CWAC headquarters comes word that Gladys MacIntyre is now a lance corporal.”
- Jul/46, p16 - “Eighteen local girls joined the CWAC, four of whom served overseas. Doris Bailey was our first enlistment in this corps and the first of her group to proceed overseas, in December, 1943. Doris served in the United Kingdom and went to the continent after D Day. At the time of writing she is back in Powell River. Other local CWAC’s in the overseas army included Mary Loukes, Mrs. Gladice MacIntyre and Phyllis Simmonds.”
32 - MacLean, Kay – LAW RCAF
- Jan/45, p.4 – (W-314188) East Camp RCAF Station Patricia Bay BC “Thanks a million for the News Letters and for the Company’s super Christmas gift…Am still at Pat Bay, and after fourteen months, a posting to anywhere would be pretty good…Spent a few days in P.R. at Christmas, and it is hard to believe a town could change so much.”
33 - McLeod, E.V. (??), Mrs.Ernie
- May/44, p.3 – “Mrs. McLeod joined the CWAC’s at the same time (as her husband, Ernie McLeod) and is also stationed in Toronto.”
- Feb/45, p.2 - “Since the start of the war, 95 Powell River men and women have been discharged from all the services. Among the girls are Julia McGuffie, Brisbane Hunter, Betty Bryan (nee Parkin) and Mrs. Ernie McLeod.”
34 - McPhalen, Majorie
- Vol.18/1942/No.9-Sep. p.13 – “The girls now serving in the forces include…Majorie McPhalrn…”
- Vol.19/1943/No.3-Mar. p.5 – “At the time of writing, the following Powell River girls are in uniform: RCAF (WD) (including)…Marjorie McPhalen…”
- May/43, p.2 – “As promised in our last issue, here is the list of Powell River girls now serving in the forces…(including)…Marjorie McPhalen – RCAF.”
- Vol.20/1944/No.3-Mar. p.13 – “And Marjorie McPhalen, now Mrs. Bud Fairgrieves, both serving overseas (has married).”
35 - Morrison, Eileen
- Jan/45, p.5 - (in a letter from Beppie Tomado) “Ran into three Powell River girls, Eileen Morrison, Eleanor Lawson and Lois Taylor in Victoria. Sure good to see some real girls.”