Clarence Edward Drayers Obit-2
a la- the en- Clarion Girl's Husband Dead Corp. Clarence E. Drayer, 19, of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Drayer of Sllgo, a:nd husband of th-i er Jean McCleary of Clarion, died April 29, 1W6, at Zukuzaki, Japan, as the result of burns ai internal injuries received from the exp lotion Japanese nition' dump, ac-i cording statement the war ment. '.Corp. D - r a y e r entered the arm.-; ed forces Febru- ary 19, 1945, and! had served over- seas for the past nine months with the 63rd division 1 field artillery. Â·Â· C. E. BBAYER He was born November 19, 1926 in Clarion county, a son of and Rose Schreckengost Drayer Â·low of Sligo. He was married June 25, IWfi. Besides his parents and his Â·he ia survived by a sister, Mrs i Louise Yoder of Rimevsburg lour brothers, Robert, Erugene, ion and L*Roy, all at home.