William T. Kirscher

William Kirscher Enters Service at Ft. Sheridan
William Kirscher, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kirscher, of 1113 South Farwell Street, has left for Fort Sheridan, IL to enter the service. Mr. Kirscher, who has been an instructor in Central High School at Madison, WI, was honored at a party given by the faculty, before he left Madison, and presented with a gift.

In 1940, Mr. Kirscher, a post-graduate student at the University of Wisconsin, was stricken with infantile paralysis, was confined in the hospital for several months and, for some time following his release from the hospital, was obliged to wear a brace. He was accepted for limited service.

William T. Kirscher, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kirscher, 1113 South Farwell Street, has been promoted from First Class Private to Corporal. He is a member of the Historical Staff with Headquarters Squadron, Army Air Force Technical School at Keesler Field, MS.

Corporal William Kirscher will return to Keesler Field, MS on Wednesday, after spending the holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Kirscher. Corporal Kirscher is assistant editor of the historical section of the Army Air Unit at Keesler Field.

Cpl. W. Kirscher Home from Army
Corporal William T. Kirscher, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kirscher, of 1113 South Farwell Street, arrived home Monday, after receiving a medical discharge from the Army.

Corporal Kirscher entered the service on February 1, 1943, was assigned to the Army Air Forces, and was stationed at Keesler Field, MS, where he was in charge of the historical office.

Corporal Kirscher received his discharge May 17 and underwent treatment for a recurrence of infantile paralysis, suffered before entering service, at Warm Springs, GA, before proceeding home.