1945 April 28 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1945 April 28 Harrisburg Telegraph - HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH, Saturday, April 28, 1945...
HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH, Saturday, April 28, 1945 the its enemy near Danes Com will Sir will as were has their in will to of relief J ) I " r r? i OBSERVES BIRTHDAY Cpl. Frederick K. Hippensteel, U. S. M. C 1043 South Ninth street, is celebrating his 26th birthday in the South Pacific. Enlisting in the Marines April 7, 1943, he trained at Pairis Island, New River and Camp Pendleton before going overseas. Cpl. Hippensteel was formerly employed by Swift and Company. Response Snail At OloodCcnter The Harrisburg Red Cross Donor Service, Front and streets, failed to meet its of 250 pints again yesterday only 179 persons visited "the Center. The number of donations yesterday was the lowest for months and George P. Sheaffer, director, immediately made an peal for volunteers to help up the deficiency next Friday. Appointments may be arranged by calling 4 - 5003. Mrs. Carl Linsenbach, 101 Cum berland Road, Enola, mother five sons in the service, in addition to having a son - in - law the Armed Forces; was among donors. She made her third offering. One of the sons, Carl, is on submarine duty in the Pacific; another, Sgt. Richard, in the Air Forces in Belgium: third, Harry, is in an anti - corps in .the Philippines; fourth, Lester, is a gunner's in the Pacific, and the fifth

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 28 Apr 1945, Sat,
  3. Page 10

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