|CPL. ANTON ANDERSON
Corporal Anton Anderson, son of Mrs. Mary Anderson, Route 4, is now fighting in Germany, according to word received by his wife.
With an ordnance division, he took part in the campaigns of North Africa, Italy, and France, before going to Germany.
He entered the service on November 30, 1942 and received his training at Camp Wolters, Texas and in Pennsylvania.
Three brothers are in the service: Flight Officer Robert Anderson, stationed in Georgia; Seaman First Class William Anderson, serving in the South Pacific; and Private First Class Chris Anderson, stationed in Kansas. A fourth brother, Jack, was recently honorably discharged.
|Private First Class Arthur Gardner, husband of Mrs. Virginia Gardner,
Route 4, is in a hospital in Belgium, according to word received by his
wife. He has been fighting in Germany.
Before going to France, he was stationed in England. He is Corporal Anton Anderson's brother-in-law.
Private First Class Gardner entered the service on December 3, 1942 and received his training at Camp Claiborne, LA and Camp Howze, TX.
A brother, Private Max Gardner, is in a hospital in England.