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News from Our Men and Women
In line Armed Services
80!!! AGAIN
Three more of our boys are back
for good again. They are Pic.
Kenneth D. Campbell, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Art Campbell of
Kennewick. Kenneth is receiving
his discharge from the separation
base at Lowrey Field, after serv
ing over a year as an aviation
cadet. He plans to returnto Ken
newick.
Pic. James F. Mills is receiving
his discharge after 20 months in
the arm air forces. During most
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KENNEWICK ' PHONE 1961 '
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I'OODS AS YOU LE’ THEM
. HOME MADE ICE CREAM . ’
1'0!!!le SERVICE
sale of Ice Cream. We will be able to supply Ice Cream .
in Quarts and Pints, hand-packed or brick.
Pollyanna Cafe
. . Open 5:30 am. lo 11:30pm. ~ '
EARL A. MAGELSEN
of his army career Mills has been
a military policeman, and imme
diately preceding his separation
was stationed at Douglas army air
field, in Arizona, an advanced twin
engine pilot school of the AAF
central flying training command.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
R. Fred Mills of Kennewick.
Charles E. Smith is also coming
home for good. He has been in
the army for over a year, spend
ingsixmonthsotthistimeinEng-
land, France, and Germany, with
the 94th Int, where he received
a shrapnel wound in the cheek
bone. He has the Purple Heart.
and the ETC with two stars.
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Word was received here of the
following Kennewick boys receiv
ing their discharge from the Navy:
Harold W. Lahti. carpenters mate.
first class and Verne A. Soper,
gunners mate, first class.
mm: A? JAPAN
l Cpl. Russel Desgranges writes
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walt
iDesgranges, that his trip from
‘Zamboanga in the Philippines to
Kure in Japan took almost a
month and was the worst boat ride
heevertook,astheyhadtotravel
round and round to miss a typhoon
the struck Okinawa. He also said
the atomic bomb really leveled
things in Hiroshima. which is about
7 miles from where he is located
with the 4lst Div. Russel has been
overseas two years and hopes to‘
be home by January. ‘
ms TO SERVICE
Pfc. Leroy Desmgee has re
turned to camp after a 45-day fur
lough with his folks, Mr. and Mrs.
Walt Desgranges. Leroy has been
intheservicesyearsandspentls
months in England and France.
PROM ma
Paul Moret writes from Manila
thathehasheenprornotedtom
He. He is the son of Mrs. M. J.
Lee. He hopes that his ship will
be back inside of a month and he
may get his release then.
mans AWARD
Pic Frankfin C. McCormick, son
of Mrs. Gertrude McCormick, of
Kennewick, has just earned the
right to wear the Meritorious Se
rvice Unit Insignia, a golden yellow
wzeathyosn on. the. dzht deem _
Pic. McCormick is a member of
the Medical Detachment of the 136
“Bearcat” infantry regiment in the
veteran 33d Division, “Liberators
of Baguio.” This detachment has
been awarded the Meritorious Ser
vice Unit plaque ior superior per
formance of duty.
In overcoming numerous prob
lems of first aid\to combat troops
and evacuation of casualties in the
jungles and mountainous terrain?
of the Pacific theatre, the men of
the Medical Detachment displayed
great initiative, resourceminsss‘
and devotion to duty.
The Medical Detachment is
charged with the task of keeping
the fighting troops in top shape
at all times and with caring for
them when sick and wounded. ,
t Pic. McCormick took part in
three campaigns.
’ Jimmy Doyle, Harry Lee and
‘Wilbur Buntz, all of the Navy,
left for San Diego, Saturday, for
furlher assignment. -
HOME ON LEAVE
Johnny Thrasher, Seaman 2/c.
of the Coast Guard, is spending a
leave with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. F. Thrasher. He will leave
Nov. 15th to report back to his
ship, the USS Casper, which is
doteked at Treasure Island at pres
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aners.Johnß.Coan,whohu
beenwiththeAmerleanAirCorpl
Communications System In Italy
the past year, is now at Sahbniyu,‘
Austrla, a city with a large
force center on the Austrian hon
tier. Bertcheenden. the Hitler
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View of the United Statea Naval Academy at Annapolis as it was
in 1864 is shown above a pictured in the October issue of Town a
Country magazine in eommemmoration of the one-hundredth anniver
aary of the establishment of the Academy. View ahowa the Naval
Academy and many original Fort Severn building in the right fox-e
--ground.
’Bavarian mountain hideout, is
about 25 miles from Salsburg.
‘ Roycestatesthathespentaday
looking it over, rently, but on ac
icount of the deep snow was unable
‘to reach the “Eagle's Nest.” He
:was at General Mark Clark's
headquarters airfield near Naples
until after the German surrender
and since then was stationed a
Florence, Italy. He is a code ex
pert and instructor. He states that
he will be home in time to con
tinue his college work next au
tumn. The point system-does not
apply to men in the communica
tions system. As long as planes
are flying they stay on. .
“STING
First Lt. James M. Thrasher, son
of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Thrasher,
recently flew his planeand crew
ihome from the Philippines, land
ing in Los Angeles. His wife,
Margaret, came to Portland from
Texas and they met there. Lt.
Thrasher is now at McCaw hospi
tal at Walla Walla for a much
needed rest.
RECEIVES DISCHARGE
T/Sgt. Thomas Beegle, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Beegle, receiv
‘ed his discharge from the Army
\Oct. 21:: at Camp Carson, Colora
do. He had been in the services
threeyears,9months ofthistime
was spent in Italy with the 10th
Mountain Division. Thomas and}
family have moved to Wilbur,
Wash., where he is employed on a
dairy ranch.
Charles Milton Murphy non of
Mr. and Mg. Dale B. flux-play;
enlisted in e USN in October,
and is now transferred to San
Diego. Calif” for naval training
and instruction.
Word has been received here o£|
the discharge of the following‘
Kennewick boys from the Army:{
Melvin Dickinsai Jr., son of Mr.‘
and Mrs. Melvin Dickinson; sad
Oscar K. namblen. and Sat. Craig
W. Hinmm. 1
HOME AGAIN
Cpl. Jack V. Oliver, son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. 1:. Oliver, has receiv
ed his discharge. He was Flight
Traffic clerk with theArmyAir
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Paciflcmresforsyesrsndihslt.
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Kennewick Tues. - Thurs.
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in Kennewick. Jack is going in
business with his father at the
service station.
on REPAIR SHIP AJAX
‘ Aboard the USS Ajax in the
’Paciflc. Albert Doyle Biddison.
\gunners mete third class oi Ken
newick. and fellow crew members
ioithehugerepairshiphadreason
to take pride in the Fleet units
that took part in the occupation of
Japan because some of those ships
couldn’t have been in that historic
operation it it hadn‘t been for the
jack-oi-all-trades efficiency of the
men of the Max.
From the Marshalls to the Caroa
lines. the Philippines and Okinawa
the Ajax sailed with the Navy‘q
men’owar,readytohandleany;
Platt Ballaine & Sons
Well Drilling
Complete line of
pumps .
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Kennewick
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to Micah; steel plates for the
flight deck of an tum-aft can-ter.
'l7:. Lloyd Kron, son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. N. Kron of Richland. is
home after 38 months service in
the army. He has recently receiv
ed his honorable discharge at the
s2me center at Camp Bowie,
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DISCHARGE!)
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Cpl. Frank A. Rust, son
J. Rust. is receiving his «gun:
from Ft. Douglas. Utah. He 5.
been in for 39 months, h"...
entered the service on Sept“,
her 6. 1942. Before entering m.
service he was employed a .
truck driver at Phoenix, Arm
He is married to the former Hm
R. Young of Richiund.

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