Irvin (Mike) C. Heimstadt

PVT. IRVIN HEIMSTADT
According to word received by his wife, who resides in the Town of Union, Private Irvin Heimstadt, town of Union, has arrived in England. 

He entered the service on October 29, 1943 and received radio training at Camp Blanding, FL and Fort Benning, GA.


PVT. IRVIN HEIMSTADT
Private Irvin C. Heimstadt was injured in action in Germany on September 19, according to word received by his wife, Mrs. Vivian Heimstadt, Route 5.

Private Heimstadt, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heimstadt, town of Union, arrived overseas in August and has been serving in the communication division of an Infantry regiment.

He is now in a hospital somewhere in England or France.


Wounded Soldier Spends Furlough with Wife, Parents
PVT. IRVIN HEIMSTADT
Private Irvin (Mike) Heimstadt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heimstadt, town of Union, has returned to the Borden General Hospital, Chickasha, OK, after spending a 30-day convalescent furlough with his wife and parents.

Private Heimstadt arrived in this country on December 4 by plane, after spending three months in hospitals in France and England.

He served as a radio operator with the First Army and was injured in action in Germany on September 20. He was awarded the Purple Heart. He has been in nine countries and says, "There is no place like Wisconsin."