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T/Sgfc, and Mrs; H. F, Haag of Charlotte, announce the
birth of a daughter, Susan Irene on March 21st at the Pres~
byterian Hospital in Charlotte. Mrs. Haag is the former
Miss Mary Sue Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Forrest Davis.
T/Sgt, Haag is with the Array Air Corps stationed at Morris
Pfc, and Mrs. Durham C. Grigg of Blacksburg, S, C,
announce the birth of a son, Danny Ray on March 17th at the
Cherokee County Hospital in Gaffney, S, C, Pfc, Grigg is '
vdth the.Army Air Corps stationed at Hendrix Field, Sebring,
Florida, Durham is the son of Mrs, Minta Griggs of Lawndale,
Joe Fox of the Navy has been promoted to Chief Petty
Officcr - ijoe has recently returned to the States after a
stay of several months in Brazil,
Robey Brackett has been promoted from S/ic to Third
Clr.so Petty Officer, Robey is with the fleet somewhere in
Pfc, Carl Graitt has been promoted to eorporal - Carl
is serving Tdth the Army in Italy,
0, D. Copeland Jr, has been promoted to Chief Petty Officer from Pharmacist's
Mate'l/c, C, D, is with the Pacific Fleet and is one of the younger Chiefs in the
Navy, not yet having reached his 21st birthday, C. D. is a first cousin, of Fred,
Denton and has many other relatives in this community.
Pvt, George Hart, Jr, has been promoted to Private First Class, George has
just completed Gunnery School at Harlingen, Texas and has been assigned as Turret
Gunner in a, liberator Bomber,
Congratulations, Fellers, v/e*rc proud of all. these new ratings and we know you
are too —' the Navy kinda* has the edge on the Amy this month, so all you soldiers
better be looking to your laurels.
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