With Those In The Service: April 5, 1945

April 5, 1945

Military Miscellany

Cpl. Daniel R. Fleming, with General Patton’s army in the current drive through Germany, has just been promoted to the rating of sergeant. He entered the service eight months ago, in July, 1944.

Navy Ensign Branch Warfield, who has been taking a course at Harvard University, is spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee O. Warfield.

S. 2-c Elsie Jefferson, of the SPARS, stationed in New York, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jefferson, of Raincliffe Farm.

Soldier Items

Pfc. Wm. T. Thompson of Fort Jackson, S. C., spent the weekend with his son, parents and friends at Oakland.

Pfc. Raymond Duvall, who was stationed in Hawaii for about a year and for the past five weeks has been attending school in Seattle, Wash., is home on furlough.

Pfc. James A. Mungrove, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mungrove, of Cooksville, is home on a 45-day furlough. He was overseas for 14 months and participated in the invasions of France and Germany. He has a brother, Cpl. Richard Mungrove, now in France, who has been overseas 30 months. The two brothers have not seen each other in 3 1/2 years.

Servicemen Home

Servicemen home on furlough include: Cpl. Raymond L. Arrington, stationed at an Army Air base in Nebraska

P. C. 3-c Vincent Marriner, who serves on a destroyer escort in the Navy.

Pvt. Roland F. (Penny) Duvall, Fort Ord, Calif.

A. M. 3-c James Terry Dearing, Otis Field, Camp Edwards, Mass.

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