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75 Years Ago

Locals At War

 


Herald of July 20, 1944

Clarence Meade Fetter Jr., a Salemville young man, is probably a victim of the invasion made in Normandy, having been reported by the navy as missing. The young man had been a first class fireman on the tug mine sweeper, Partridge, and from other sources the parents have learned that the Partridge went down during the invasion probably during the week of June 20. It was believed most on board was lost, although there is still a possibility that the Cove young man may have been picked up and that he is safe somewhere.

Sergeant Ira Dean Butler, aged 25, son of Mr. and...



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