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There is a revival of the strength and courage of our pioneer women and I doubt not that if it were necessary, they of the weaker sex could take their places on the battle fronts. "James Guilleford is stationed here, but he is away on his vacation and am afraid I won't get to see him before I go away.
[Sterling Daily Gazette 2 September 1942; Contributed by Sue Nesland] Benton F. Will say goodbye for now and hope you write me soon.
[Daily Gazette Sterling February 27, 1943] Tampico Youth Missing Since October 23rd J. Yarde of Tampico received a telegram Tuesday morning reporting that his son, Private Archie A.
[The Sterling Evening Gazette, April 15, 1865, page 3, column 1.; Contributed by Larry Reynolds.] Memorial Services For 15 Veterans Held at DAR Chapter Meeting Saturday evening the D. John Hubbard, received his discharge from the marine corps at Great Lakes and returned to his home Sunday [08/25/1946] after 20 months service. John Speer entertained at a picnic supper in his honor. Ethel graduated from Rock Falls Township high school in 1939 and sailed for the Philippines to join her sister. She enlisted as an entertainer for a period of six months service overseas the latter part of January, and expects to return some time in July. secretary at Luchon, and she stated that he is very well liked. Miller, Tobias Kauffman, David Henry, Sylvester Kramer and John W. There she was employd as private secretary and confidential bookkeeper by the Frieder Cigar Co. She visited her parents last fall for two months and then returned to Manila, leaving her daughter Fern, in the Montgomery home. Memorial services were held in honor of the fifteen boys of this region who lost their lives in the recent war.