Greely Sent To Unknown Location
Mrs. John B.
Greely has received word that her husband, Pvt. John B. Greely, a
paratrooper, formerly stationed at Camp Mackall, N. C, has been
transferred to an unknown destination.
Pvt. Greely has been in the army since December 2, 1942, and
received his basic training at Fort Benning, Ga. On his first furlough
nine months ago he married Miss Gladys Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Orville Clark, of 126 Upper Market St., Milton. He has sent his wings
home to his wife, and jumping certificate to his mother.
Pvt. Greely has made two night jumps of from 1,200 to 1,500 feet,
and 11 day jumps of the same height.
Pvt. Greely is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Greely, of 621 Mill
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News, Danville, PA, 13 Jan 1944, Thu, Page 6]
Pfc Robert F. Harper, above, has informed his parents T. O. Harper of
1911 South Union Street, that he has arrived in Ireland. He received his
training at Ft Benning, Ga., and Camp Mackall, N.C. Before
entering service he was employed at the Delco Radio factory. He
would like to hear from friends, who may obtain his address by calling
(courtesy of Brian Harper, Robert's nephew)
Movement No Secret Anymore
Mrs.. C. Grove Stokes, 1022 Edison street, has received word of the
safe arrival in Northern Ireland of her son, Cpl William K. Jordan, Jr.
Cpl Jordan is a paratrooper attached to the 508th Parachute Regiment.
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