1944 February 12 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1944 February 12 Harrisburg Telegraph - 30 re and a the to - a it the offered for the...
30 re and a the to - a it the offered for the of the - of purchase of 59 bonds, of which Troop 126 of Corpus Christi Catholic Church obtained 48. Servicemen's Notes Word has been received by Mrs. Jane Bumbaugh, Fayetteville, R. D. 1, that her. husband. Pvt. Thomas D. Bumbaugh, is stationed somewhere in England. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dorman Bum baugh, Chambersburg, R. D. 1. S2c Kenneth E. Rotz has ar rived in North Africa, according to word received by his wife, Chambersburg, R. D. 1. Kenneth Swenson, who is serv ing in Europe, has been promoted from second lieutenant to first lieutenant. Lieutenant Swenson participated in the Tunisian cam paigns. His wife lives at 716 .Lin coln Way East. Award of the Oak Leaf Cluster for "exceptionally meritorious achievement while participating in five separate bomber combat missions over enemy occupied continental Europe," has been made to TSgt. Jack K. Goetz, 23, of Fayetteville. Sergeant Goetz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max N. Goetz and is serving as an engineer on a Flying Fortress. He re ceived the Air Medal with cluster for previous missions. Pvt. Glenn E. Cassner has ar rived in England, according to word received by his wife and his father, James Cassner, both of 757 Broad street. Pfc. William T. J. Jones, Ram sey avenue, and Sgt. Sidney Feld - ser, Lancaster, who are cousins, met recently in Liverpool, Eng land, it has been learned here. Private Jones is stationed in England, and Sergeant Feldser ,in Ireland. CM3c Norman Shoemaker, of the Seabees, has arrived in New Guinea, according to word re ceived by his wife, of 387 East Queen street. Henry - Newman Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Newman, Fayetteville, announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Fanny Newman, to SSgt. Eldon W. Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Henry, Scotland. The ceremony was performed on February 7 in Hagerstown, Md. Updegraff, the Rev. daughter, The Woman's be held in the community committee Lottie and Clyde and Mrs. skating and was Lt. Corps, scarlet tined at ported of Mr. High town. Pupils schools collection January, collected. A honor of home, of her Games and ones. Those Mrs. H. Glyme, C. and Mrs. and Mrs. Almeda Los claring mental Dickson Ralph were Reno.

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