John W. O'Haver.. Obit
of Rev In- be Pfc. John O'Haver Dies In No. Africa Westeruport, Md., July 26--Ac. cording to a message received ycs^ lerday Private First Class Jnbn W, O'Haver, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O'Haver, Green's Addition, this place, died June 28. The telegram addressed to' h4 mother from the Adjutant Genera} of Washington, D. C., stiUed: "Tht Secretary of War asks that I nsÂ« sure yoxi of his deep sympathy is the loss of your son, Private First Class John W. O'Haver. Report just received stiites he died Juu* 20 In North African area, Lottei follows;." Pfc. O'Haver enlisted In the All ;orus at Cumberland with 17 in Jan. C, 1342. In the gronup Tech. Sergt, Francis H. Dawfcotij on of Mrs. Julia L. Dfiwson, HIJ Cromwell street, Luke, arid the latÂ« John E. Dawson. Mrs. Dawson v,a^ notifind of her son's death lusi Monday, on July 14, In Ijuin America. After Pfc. O'Hivver's enlistment 26 to for- birth of he went to -Sheppard Field, where he \viis stationed seven weeks; from there to MncDill Field. Fin., and then to Samsoin, Pla. He landed in Kngltind, J u 17, 1942. and In Norlh Africa. 20, 1942. The last letter his nioUier re- ceived was on June 5. It wu.s May 16. He said he felt sure hÂ« would be home somo driy. He in the tech supply. He never \vaÂ» home on furlough. A native of this place he Bruce high school until he rcnchcd the eleventh grade. He hud biX'ij employed at the Luke plant, \VY-st Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, He attended the First Baptir.l Church. Besides his parents he is by one sister, Mrs. Lester La McCooie road.