|Arthur G. Hanson|
|Arthur Hanson Recovers from War Injuries|
|Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hanson of 816 Cameron Street have received word from their son, Arthur Hanson, who was reported injured, in a government communication received last November. Private Hanson writes that he was wounded at Guadalcanal but was given excellent care and was completely recovered within a few weeks and since has gained 25 pounds. He was unable to say where he is now stationed but said he had enjoyed a five-week furlough after his recovery. He said that letters had meant so much to him during his illness and that he received 23 V-mail letters and Christmas gifts and cards.|
|Wounded in Action in South Pacific Area Second Time|
|CPL. ARTHUR HANSON
Corporal Arthur G. Hanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hanson, 816 Cameron Street, was wounded in action in the South Pacific area in July, according to a telegram from the War Department.
Corporal Hanson was wounded once [**data missing**]
|Sgt. A. G. Hanson Is Wounded Again in Pacific Zone|
|Sergeant Arthur G. Hanson of the Marine Corps, son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. Hanson, 816 Cameron Street, has been at a hospital in the
Mariana Islands after being wounded for the third time. He received his
wounds at Okinawa.
Sergeant Hanson [**data missing**]