|Charles H. Daniels|
|SGT. CHARLES DANIELS
Sergeant Charles H. Daniels, son of Mrs. Kathryn Daniels, Augusta, has arrived safely somewhere in the Pacific area, according to word received by his mother and his wife, Lillian Daniels, also of Augusta.
Sergeant Daniels entered the service on January 21, 1943 and received his training at Jefferson Barracks, MO and March Field, California. He has a brother, Corporal Robert Daniels, with the Field Artillery at Camp Shelby, MS.
|Corporal Robert Daniels, son of Mrs. Kathryn Daniels, Augusta, has arrived
in England, according to word received by his mother.
He entered the service in November 1942 and received his training at Camp Roberts, California; Camp Shelby, Mississippi, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; and Fort Knox, Kentucky. He is with the Field Artillery.
He has a brother, Sergeant Charles H. Daniels with the aviation engineers somewhere in the South Pacific. Sergeant Daniels entered the service in November 1943 and received his training at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri and March Field, California.
Charles H. Daniels, Gilman, WI, has been promoted to Staff Sergeant. He is a son of Mrs. K. E. Daniels, Augusta, and is serving as heavy equipment foreman for a battalion of aviation engineers serving with the Seventh Army Air Force in the Central Pacific. His wife and two children reside at Gilman.
He was employed as truck driver by the Eau Claire County Highway Department, prior to entering the service in January 1943.