|Lloyd O. Johnson|
Lloyd Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson, 317 North Ninth Street, this city, has been classified an aviation student. He was called to the service soon after his 18th birthday, in November 1943. He has recently been transferred to Nashville, TN from Miami, FL. Before he entered the service, Lloyd was employed at the Union National Bank here. He is a graduate of the Eau Claire High School.
Aviation Cadet Lloyd Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson, 317 North Ninth Street, and Arthur Nix, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Nix, Rural Route 1, Strum, have reported to the preflight school at Maxwell Field, AL to begin another phase of their training. Here, they will receive nine weeks of intensive physical, military, and academic instruction.
|Three Navigators Receive Commissions|
|LT. LLOYD JOHNSON
Three young aerial navigators were awarded their golden Lieutenant's Bars, upon being commissioned officers in the United States Army Air Corps.
Lieutenant Lloyd O. Johnson, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Johnson, 317 North Ninth Street, is home on leave after graduation from Ellington Field, TX. His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Thompson, also reside in Eau Claire.
Lieutenant Donald E. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert H. Williams, 1010 Sixth Avenue, and husband of Ruth Elaine Chase Williams, Route 4, was graduated from Selman Field, LA on January 27.
Lieutenant Cletus L. Weber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weber, and husband of Irene Lee Weber, was graduated from Selman Field, LA on January 27.