Harold D. Tripp, recently discharged from active service as a member of the military police, was appointed in August 1945 as deputy sheriff of Nobles county.
Servicemen wrote poetry during World War II, and the Daily Globe offered an example in a 1945 editorial about a recently published booklet of soldiers’ poetry. Next post at 2 p.m.
Clyde Arthur Gerber, torpedoman first class on submarine, was missing since September in 1944, according to this 1945 Daily Globe article and photo. He was stationed at Pearl Harbor at the time of the Japanese attack. Does anyone know what became of him and if he’s still around?
The following editorial, entitled "Un-Americanism" was published in the Daily Globe in February 1945. The membership of the Hood River, Ore., American Legion post has rejected the recommendation of the national commander, Edward Scheiberling, that it restore the names of Japanese-American servicemen erased from the county’s honor roll. Admitting that if we lived on the…
The Red Cross Canteen, as previously mentioned by several commenters, did a great service for servicemen passing through Worthington in 1944, offering them and their families food and drink. I have to admire the 19-year-old boy who refused to take a cup of coffee unless his wife got one too. Given that they had a…