November 12, 1942
The Tribune received a card from Andrew Thompson, who is still at Camp Shelby, Miss., saying that he had received a letter from DELL BRADBURY who was attending a school for mess sergeants on the West Coast.
December 16, 1943
It sure is swell for so many of you fellows to remember us with Christmas greetings from "all over." We received just this week beautifully executed V- Mail Christmas greetings from S/Sgt. Alfred Tucker in England and from Raymond Smith with the Seabees in the Southwest Pacific. In addition, Pfc. Owen O. Thomas sends us a nice one inscribed "Greetings to you up yonder from Down Under." Also Dan Dechman at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Md., AMM2/C Joe Tanner at Kingsville, Texas; Russell Thompson, coast guardsman, at West Palm Beach; Sgt. and Mrs. Andrew Thompson in California; Seabee Herbert Anderson (also down in the Southwest Pacific); Victor Cyzycki who is an air student at Amherst, Mass. Also one from a guy we haven't heard from in a long time - DELL BRADBERRY, in the army and at Vallejo. Thanks a million, fellows!
December 27, 1945
We extend our thanks to, the following for their nice Christmas greetings: Roland Wilson, USS Wasp at Naples, Italy; Ralph Novak, USS Caratret, in the Pacific; Lee Drazba, with a USA unit in the Philippines; Wilfred Hunter, USS Furse, in the Atlantic. Also a card from DELL BRADBURY in California who did not state whether he is yet in the army or not, but who did say "I am coming to Florida soon."
From Cpl. Vera McCraney in Germany; Pfc. Carroll Leggett, then in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., in Ashburn General Hospital; and Coast Guardsman Russell Thompson at Atlantic City, N. J. Thanks a million for remembering us.