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gnu-aday. August 23, 1945
Cpl. Waller Due
_liles of Action
(Continued from Fuse 1)
“Ghost Move” of the 9th Army
to the line of Holland and Ger
many. Then as the 9th army
moved into Germany we were
along with them. We,went as far
east as Hanover, where we were
when V-E day came.
From there we moved back to
Hereford area and then on South
near Frankfort.
While there we found ourselves;
transferred over to the 7th Army}
which we are in at the present
time.
Now our big job is “Sweating?
it out.” We are in Catagory 2, but
which way we are to go and when
is still a mystery. Naturally, it
is our one big hope that it will
be through the States.
In our “operation over here in
Europe my outfit has been award-‘
ed four battle participation Stars,‘
one Arrowhead and the French,
“Croix de Guerre Avu Palmei“
This was a unit citation awarded‘
for operation on the Normandy
beaches.
I have been very fortunate in
meeting not one. but two of the
Kennewick boys since I have beer).
here, one, Sgt. Lowell Taylor and
the other is Sgt. Delbert Thack
ara. Del and I are both here in
Mannheim, so I get a chance to
see him quite often.
I was just reading the July
sth copy of the Courier, an article
about Kenneth Silliman making a
bicycle trip to Walla Walla in
hours and the return trip in
utes less. It brought back.
_ cries of a few years back
when l was a Freshman in high
school. A neighbor boy, Wilson
Talbott, 9 (now Lt. Talbott of the
Air Corps.) and I made such a trip
during the summer vacation. We
made the trip in 4% hours to the
minute.
Thanking you very much for
your thoughtfulness, I remain,
Cpl. Walter H. Otte.
VISITS HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Harrington
of Columbia City, Oregon, visited
over the weekend with Mrs. Har
rington’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
0. O. Coan, Mrs. Harvey Gal
biath, her sister and her brother
Boyd Coan. Tuesday ,Mr. and
Mrs. O. 0. Coan’s grandson, Lyle
Harrington and wife from Farra
gut, Idaho, visited them.
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Notman-Mason
United in Nevada
‘ Mr. and Mrs. James Notman
‘announce the marriage of their
{daughter June to Robert B. Mason,
{Ph. -M. 2/c, which took place
}August 8, in Reno, Nevada. The
ceremony was read by the Rev.
\David Flemings, at 7 o’clock in
‘the Methodist church. .
. The bride. wore an aqua suit
with brown accessories, and her
corsage was of gardenias and
awhite hyacinths. Miss Gena
iSchmidt was the maid of honor.
iHer suit was navy blue with
white. accessories and her cor
sage was of white rosebuds. Rob
ert Vellios, H. A. l/c, was best
The bride is a graduate of the
Kennewick high school with the
class of 1945.
’ The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
P. B. Mason, attended the Ken
newick schools until he enlisted
spent eleven months on board the
carrier Princeton until she was
sunk in the battle of the Philip
pines. .
The young couple, will be at
home in Fallon, Nevada, where
.the green is statigned at the
~ a'val Air Station. ;-.
rum mum: .
All members of the Eagles lodge
are urged to attend a‘ stag party
at the lodge club rooms in Pasco
next Thursday night.
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(Continued From Page 1)
so they drove home. Mrs. Bois
Bar-dwell and Frank's sister, Miss
Verdella Mueller came with than.
Frank has now returned to Fort
Pfc. Dwight Henderson of Rich
land is visiting Kennewick friends
on a 30-day furlough before leav
ing Fort Lewis for overseas duty.
Lt. Collins Jones was called back
into the army for six months,
leaving Wednesday for Santa Ana,
California.
S. Sgt. Walter B. Keene is on
furlough from the Muroc Army
Air .. Base in California and is
at home with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Keene. He will
accompany John Gravenslund to
Seattle this week end to visit
his brothers and friends.
AWARDED BRONZE STAR
Pfc Henry R. Deranleau, Jr., of
the Chemical Warfare Service,
89th Chemical Mortar Battalion,
has just been awarded the Bronze
Star Medal, for heroic achieve
ment in action against the enemy.
It was during the crossing of
the Rhine River on March 24th,
that the platoon of which Henry
was a member, was engaged in
delivering scheduled fire in sup
port of the infantry, when one;
gun received a direct hit fromi
enemy artillery. Several mem-‘
bers of the crew were wounded
and an adjacent building was set;
fire. The building contained am-;
munition,-so the crews were or-;
dered to abandon. their position-
However, Henry and one other‘
member braved the immhent dan-‘
ger of the explosion of the am
munition and heavy enemy con
centration and remained to drive
a quarter-ton vehicle and trailer:
to safety, thus saving vital am-\
munition. The courage displayed
by Pfc. Deranleau reflects great
credit on the armed forces of the
‘United States, thus read the cita
tion given him.
Henry is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. R. Deranleau of Kenne
wick. Henry graduated from
Richland high school in 1942 and
entered the service in February,
1944. He has been overseas in
the European theatre since De
cember, 1944.
Henry has just returned to Fort
Lewis after a 30-day furlough.
Andy Keller. called his parents
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has been wounded.
RM3/c Chester Wt Brem
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the 241» holiday last week.
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