Hamburg Reporter, January 7 & January 14, 1943

1035 From Fremont County in Service  

The last report on those in service from Fremont county totaled 1035 men and women, and several have entered the service since the list was prepared.  This week we print the first installment of names. This will be a good item for your scrap books and will be kept up with additions as the names are released.

This list does not include those from this community who have gone through the Selective Service offices of Atchison and Nemaha counties, but we hope to have a list of those boys, too, but will have to depend in part on friends and relatives in order to complete the list.

(Transcriber Note: The names are listed below as they appeared on the list in the newspaper. Some of the names are not listed in alphabetical order.)

C - D Surnames

Callahan, Lawrence K.
Carr, Walter Paul
Claiborne, Arthur Vance
Curtis, Hansell Eugene
Coffman, Ralph Chester
Curtis, Lewis Burl
Cargill, Lawrence Elroy
Carlisle, William O.
Carlson, Oscar Allen
Carman, Ronald Leslie
Carroll, Donald Eugene
Carter, Lowell
Carter, Max Martin
Catlett, Ellis Clark
Catlett, Thomas Oliver
Chambers, Donald Edison
Chambers, Earl Theron
Chambers, Raymond M.
Chaney, Chester Hiram
Chaney, Duane Hiram
Chaney, Francis Clair
Chapman, Quentin Edward
Charley, Clarence Castle
Charley, Erett Arthur
Charley, Everett Wayne
Chase, Ernest William
Christopher, Richard Stuart
Clapper, Roscoe
Clark, Alfred Leroy
Clark, Andrew Joseph Jr.
Clark, Charles Sidney
Clark, John Burt
Clark, Max Lewis
Clayton, Henry Wade
Cleary, Pat Smith
Clement, Homer Richard
Cloepfil, Harold Eugene
Clotfelter, Gilbert
Coffman, Joseph Carl
Conkling, Harry Albert
Connell, Patrick
Coghill, Edgar Wallace
Collins, Edward Richard
Colon, Howard Jr.
Conklin, Robert Eugene
Connor, John James
Connor, Martin Sherwood
Connors, Vincent Paul
Cook, Dick Gray
Cook, Gene A.
Cook, Gerald Vaughn
Cook, Robert Harvey
Cooper, Joel Ralph
Cooper, Johnnie Wesley
Copeland, Sterling W.
Coslett, Clem
Costello, Charles D.
Costello, Darrell G.
Courton, Laverne
Cowger, Noble Robert
Cox, Alvin Wayne
Cox, Cecil Edward
Cox, Clark Winston
Cox, Clifford Raymond
Cox, Donald Vance
Cox, Ercil D.
Coy, Leroy Andrew
Crandal, Frank Joe
Crawford, Delbert George
Crawford, James Franklin
Crawford, Ronald C.
Crawford, William George
Crose, Darrel Duane
Crouse, Herman Johnson
Crouse, John Calvin Jr.
Crow, Roy Albert
Crowell, Floyd William
Cummings, Robert Lewis
Cummins, Richard Stanley
Dahlgran, Harold Robert
Danforth, Glenn Ives
Dalton, Clarence Albert
Dyke, Duayne Allen
Dankof, Karl E.
Danley, Dale Berryman
Danley, Royal Clark Jr.
Darland, Warren Leo
Davis, Edgar Virgil
Davis, Glen Merrill
Davis, James Dwight
Davis, Paul Jefferson
Dawson, Joe Leslie
Dawson, Mark David
DeBolt, Gail Vincent
DeBolt, Leon Adney
Decker, Lynn Ivan
DeFreece, Ival Earl
Dempsey, Michael Joseph
Dinville, George Robert
Dinville, Joseph Clement
Dinville, Thomas Anthony
Dishong, Fay A.
Dean, Ival Alexander
Dodd, Clark Mack
Dodd, Merle Clifford
Doiel, Chester Guy
Douglas, Harold Duane
Doll, Clayton Fae
Doll, Robert Carlton
Dorsey, Edward Thomas
Dorsey, Jack
Dorsey, John Charles
Doly, Carl Edward
Douglas, Herschel M.
Drake, Melvin Leroy
Driever, Edwin M.
Driever, Donald Carl
Driskell, Herbert
Dugger, Kenneth Wayne
Duncan, Rudolph L.
Dyke, Clyde Allen
Dyke, Glen O'Dell
Dyke, Louis Faye
Dyke, Owen Kenneth
Dyke, William Strait