Kenneth Duley Apr 1, 1944 The Joplin Globe
Home an from State The until in daughters, in to With Our Service Forces Private Billy Â£. Clement* and Seaman Second Class' Bobby Lee Clement* have returned to their stations after visiting their parents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Clements, 627 North Pearl avenue. Private Clement* 1* in training at Camp Van Dorn, Miss., and Seaman Clements at Farragut, Ida. Mrs. Paula Martin, 302 Maiden Lane, has received information that her husband, Lealen R. Martin, Martin, has been promoted to the rank of staff sergeant. He is serving in Italy. Hiram Moline Parker, electrician's electrician's mate third class, is spending a 20-day leave with his wife, Mrs. Wanda Parker, 107 St. Louis avenue, avenue, and his mother, Mrs. Fannie Parker, 908 Hill street, after service in the South Pacific. Private Floyd L. Fenimore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fenimore of Carthage route 3, has returned to Camp Hulen, Tex., after spending a 14-day furlough with his parents. Another son, Private First Class Harold D. Fenimore, is cook at Camp Beale, Calif. Robert Addison Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Carter of Carthage Carthage route 3. has been commissioned commissioned a second lieutenant at Fort Benning, Benning, Ga. Private First Class John E. Walters, Walters, son of Mrs. Pleas Walters, 1901 Kentucky avenue, has graduated graduated from the flexible gunnery school at Fort Myers, Fla. Charles E. Murphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murphy of Galena Galena route 1, and Edward L. DeVore, DeVore, husband of Mrs. Jean E. DeVore, DeVore, 2211 Jackson avenue, were promoted to electrician's mates third class upon graduation from the naval training school at the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis. Minneapolis. Staff Sergeant William M. Wilson Wilson of Joplin was awarded an Oak Leaf Cluster in lieu of an. additional additional Air Medal March 14 by Lieutenant Lieutenant General Millard F. Harmon, commander of the army forces in the South Pacific area. Private First Class and Mrs. Kenneth Kenneth Duley and son have returned to Des Moines, la., after spending! his 10-day furlough here with relatives and friends. Staff Sergeaant Ord H. Morgan* has returned to Tinker Field, after visiting his parents, Mr. Mrs. O. L. Morgans, 2001 Connor avenue. Herman S. Huffman of Joplin Thursday for Tulsa, Okla., for pre-induction examinations. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. LaGrasse Joplin have been informed that their son, John J. LaGrasse, jr., been promoted to petty officer class and transferred to Miami, Fla. Sergeant and Mrs. Leonard Johnson have been spending his nine- day furlough visiting her brother, W. H. Bock, 2121 Sergeant avenue. Sergeant Johnson has returned to Camp Butner, N. C., and Mrs. Johnson has returned to her home Los Angeles. Mrs. J. A. Ladd, 620 North avenue, has been advised that son, Chief Petty Officer Merton Ladd, has arrived in New Guinea, and that another son, Private Kenneth J. Ladd, stationed with the medical corps in England, has advanced to technician fifth grade. Oliver Ray Moffet, 1802 Wall street, left Thursday for Fort Leavenworth, Kan., to enter army service. Technician Wesley Creasy, who has been stationed in Alaska for the last two years, has been spending a furlough with his mother, Mrs. Vivian Stephens, and grandmother, grandmother, Mrs. Mae Jones. He reported to White Camp, Ore., at the conclusion of his furlough. Joplin relatives have received information that Private First Class Leon E. Elrick, stationed aat Alamogordo, N. M., has been to corporal. He is a turret specialist and is the son of Mrs. Jennie Elrick, 4130 Kentucky avenue. avenue. His wife, Mrs. Mary Caroline Elrick, resides at 4118 Kentucky avenue. Dane Corbet Bachler, hospital attendant first class, is home visiting visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nethery, 1529 Connecticut avenue, on a 15-day leave. He stationed at Camp Bennion, Farragut, Farragut, Ida.