Truman lugar picture 9 aug 1944

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9 aug 1944 - ·Pvt. Truman L. Lugar, ihown here,* l». now...
·Pvt. Truman L. Lugar, ihown here,* l». now serving' over»eai with the U, S. marine corpi In the second armored- amphibious unit. A native of Colorado. Pvt. | Lugar was born In Greeley and with, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. . L. Lugar,- lived on a ranch near Briggsdale until his Induction Induction Into the service In October, 1943. The Lugirs now live at 215 Fullerton in Corons, Calif. First Lieutenant Norman Bick. Bick. ling, shown here, has arrived . safely In France, according to word received recently by his wife, Mrs. Florence Bickllng, 22? Fifth street. With an Infantry Infantry unit, he; has'been In the ser- ' ,Ari Eighth* Air Force Liberator Station,' England--Sysjt. Robert B. McEwen, shown here, has bten 'awarded the distinguished flying .cross for "extraordinary achieve^, ment in aerjal oombat." The cn- nouriccment was made by Major ' General James P. Hodges, '.commanding.-general '.commanding.-general .of a Liberator bombardment division. He Is a. tall gunner on a B-24 Liberator' he.avy bomber and has already participated in 30 combat, missions missions over Germany and enemy occupied Europe. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R..G. McEwen ·of 2008 Ninth avenue, Greeley. His wife, Mrs. Robert McEwen lives In Cphrlam, Utah. HeMs a ' graduate of .College high school. In civilian life, Sgt. McEwen was employed as a mechanic by United United Airlines. He entered the army Nov.'3, 194S and been over, 'seas, since March 11, 1944.' Besides Besides the' DFC, Sgt. McEwen also holds the Air Medal with 'three oak leaf clusters to it. vice for four years. He served with the national guard of Greeley Greeley before going Into active service. service. His brother, Cpl. Herbert C. nick- ling arid wife, Charlotte; ar« spending spending a 21 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman .M. Bickling, northeast of .Greeley'. Cpl. Dlckling has recently, been transferred transferred from Camp Davis, N. C., to Orlando, Fia. He is.with the antiaircraft antiaircraft searchlight hattalio'n as a radio operator, now in the'urmy air force teclinlcal training center. received 'on June 1. Mrs. Rogers, : . who makes'her.'home In MElllklnj' has;'received 'th's'. order · of .the Purple He^rt'from .her husband, He' Is 'the son of Mr. and. Mrs. Jesss Rogers of Johnstown, . Luman Shaffer. Now- Major ' Major I/nmaii Shaffer', son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Shaffer, 1218 Sixth street, has recently been promoted from captain; He Is with the- army Alan Herman, class, returned to Tuesday following;a; parents/ -Mr. 'aud Herman, 1214 Sixteenth other relatives. A high school last Herman entered tlie and received his boot Farragut whore ho re-assigned .this week. HARD TO GET MERCHANDISE PENCO 226 only, 81"xl08" ;3 ^ I. No Phone Calls or Mail Orders Limit 2 to a Customer ··VT 7 '' v'fspF 1 .^- ^F°P B«//i£ B-29 Suptrfertnu, tin tjpt wlith ilul plants and Sank Naval LITTLE OCTANE that will help end the war .TODAY'S SUPER-FUEL is mo- Octane, as compared with 90-Octane pre-war. This difference of.10 octane numbers is definitely definitely contributing toward hastening the day of victory, because these extra octane-numbers represent extra fighting power . ; . extra range and carrying capacity for our big bombers-;;: extra speed for our fighter planes! In thirty months, U. S. production of 100- Octane Aviation Gasoline has been multiplied ten times. Our facilities for producing this pre-- cious, fighting, super-fuel can now deliver 21,000,000 gallons daily. Think of it! This is a greater quantity of aviation gasoline alone than the combined total of all petroleum products available to Axis Europe, Phillips Petroleum Company, among the first to take 100-Octane gasoline out of the labora^ tory and into mass production, is now one of the nation's foe largest proJriceri of 100-Octane, despite the face that Phillips operates only in the Middle West. This production achievement suggests how competently and completely Phillips is devoting itself to the war effort, with similar special emphasis on butadiene for synthetic rubber. Until that great day comes, when you can' say "Fill 'er up with Phillips"... and the service man cranks into your tank a new and improved Phillips gasoline . , . remember that Phillips refineries, in addition to producing gasoline, lubricants, and fiel oils, are also gigantic chemical chemical plants pouring out weapons for victory. PHmiPS PETROLEUM Co., Barilesville, {Phillipsi CMS FOR YOUR FOR YOUR FOR VICTORY... Buy U. S. War Bonds

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  1. Greeley Daily Tribune,
  2. 09 Aug 1944, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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