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OUR SERVICE MEN
Bennett Dale and Daniel Michael,
both of whom entered service on May 26,
1953, have returned to their knitting
machines at Plant #1. Although they en
tered service on the same day, their
paths did not cross again until they re
turned to work.
After entering service on May 26,
1953, atFt. l_ee, Virginia, BennettDale
was stationed there for 5 months, re
ceiving his basic training and attending
Quartermaster School. From Ft. L.ee,
he was sent to Hawaii to work in the
Quartermaster Office. After 18 months
in Hawaii, Bennett returned to the States
through Oakland Army Base in Cali
fornia and was discharged from Ft.
Jackson, S. C., on April 28, 1955. He
is single and resides with his parents
at 2110 English Street.
Daniel Michael entered service at
Ft. Jackson, S. C., and was stationed
there for six months, attending Radio
School during that time. He was then
sent to Japan where he served 16 months
in radio-teletype work. On April 19,
1955, he returned to the States through
Oakland Army Base and received his
discharge at Ft. Jackson, asdidBennett
Dale. Dariiel is unmarried and lives
with his mother at 2418 E. Green Street.
Leo C. Griffin, yarn man in the
Knitting Department at Plant #1, re
turned to work on May 25, 1955, after
approximately two years of service with
the United States Army. He entered the
army on June 18, 1953, at Ft. Jackson,
S. C. , where for four months he re
ceived basic training and attended wheel
vehicle school. Griffin was then trans
ferred to Ft. Knox, Kentucky, to re
ceive training for a tank mechanic. He
was then sent to Camp Stewart, Georgia,
where he served as a tank mechanic un
til his discharge at Ft. Jackson on
May 20, 1955.
Leo is unmarried and resides with
his parents at 104 Sunset Drive.
After 24 months of service in the
U. S. Army, Wayne J. Howard, knitter.
Plant '#1, returned to work recently.
Entering Service at Ft. Lee, Virginia,
he took quartermaster training for five
months, after which he served a year
in the Orthopedic Brace Shop at Fitz
simmons General Hospital in Denver,
Colorado. From Denver, Wayne was
sent to Brooks Army Hospital, San An
tonio, Texas, where he was stationed
until his discharge on February l6of
Howard is single and lives with his
parents at 934 Forrest Avenue.