T& A paternal uncles, Kenneth and Clarence Jr
Pfc, Karl P. Cuplin, S-Sgt. Kenneth Brooker Are Wounded In Action Mrs. Karl Cuplin, 125 North Henderson road, lias received word from the war department that her husband, Pfc. Karl P. Cuplin, was slightly wounded in Germany on April 6'. A letter which followed the message mentioned that his wound was In the right upper arm, near the shoulder, the bone having been fractured. He is being hospitalized In England, and Red Cross Bides arc writing his letters for him. Pfc. Cupiln received his early training at Camp Hood, Tex,, and afterward at Camp Chaffee, Ark., before going overseas, Brooker Wounded On Liuon Staff Sgt. Kenneth L. Brooker was wounded in action on Luzon on Feb. 22, according to word received by his wife, who resides in Lena. Sgt. Brooker, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Olai'ence L. Brooker, of Lena, was servlHg with 127th regiment of the 32ml ("Red Arrow") division of the Sixth army. Sgt. Brooker entered service Oct. 20, 1942, and has been overseas since March 31, 1043, Ho is a former em- ploye of Fairbanks, Morso As Co., at Bclolt. He had participated in the campaign on New Guinea before going to the Philippines. A brother, Sgt. Clarence Brooker, Jr., Is with the 7th army In Germany.