Lyman W. Call


Mr. and Mrs. William Call, of Strum, have two sons serving overseas. 

Lieutenant Lyman W. Call, stationed at an air base in England, was recently promoted from Second to First Lieutenant. He enlisted on October 27, 1942, and received his wings and commission as Second Lieutenant on November 3, 1943, at Frederick Field, OK. He is with the Eighth Air Force and is co-pilot of a Liberator bomber. He has been awarded the Air Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters for missions over enemy territory, including Berlin, and is entitled to wear two Battle Stars on his European Theater of Operations Ribbon. He expects to complete his required number of missions and return home on leave in the near future.

Staff Sergeant Elsemore D. Call is stationed at headquarters at New Delhi, India, where he has been stationed the past 19 months. He enlisted on November 27, 1939 and received training at Camp Robinson, AR and Fort Benning, GA and spent two and a half years at the induction center at Fort Jackson, SC as clerk, before leaving for overseas.