Seventy-Five Years Ago

Thursday, July 27, 1944Our Army and Navy BoysMrs. Lucy J. King, of Cass, received a telegram from the War Department stating that her son, Pvt. Letcher L. King, was killed in action in Italy,...

Seventy-Five Years Ago

Thursday, July 20, 1944KILLED IN ACTIONThe word has been received that Private First Class Robert L. Atkinson, of Marlinton, was killed in action in France on June 10, 1944. His age was 20 years....

Seventy-Five Years Ago

Thursday, July 13, 1944Our Army and Navy BoysMrs. Lillian Overholt Shiffler, of Marlinton, and mother of S. Sgt. George E. Shiffler, who lost his life while serving with the U. S. Forces in Africa,...

Seventy-Five Years Ago

Thursday, July 6, 1944Our Army and Navy Boys Andrew E. Hefner Killed in InvasionAs we go to press, the sad news is received by his parents, that Andrew E. Hefner, of Edray, was killed in...

Seventy-Five Years Ago

Thursday, June 29, 1944Our Army and Navy BoysSomewhere in the South Pacific (Delayed) – Marine Corporal Arden J. Curry, of Marlinton, son of Sheriff O. B. Curry, was trying to rub the dust of...

Seventy-Five Years Ago

Thursday, June 22, 1944With the Fifth Army, Italy – Major John O. McNeel, Registar, husband of Mrs. Rose W. McNeel, of Charlottesville, Va., and son of John L. McNeel, of Millpoint, is serving with...

Seventy-Five Years Ago

Thursday, June 15, 1944Our Army and Navy BoysMr. and Mrs. Austin Nottingham, of Durbin, are happy to report that they have received a telegram from their son, Gerald H. Nottingham, of the Navy, that...

Seventy-Five Years Ago

Thursday, June 8, 1944Our Army and Navy BoysLieutenant Robert K. Moore returned to his base at Camp Gordon, Georgia, Monday, after a week’s furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elihu Moore and other...

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