Six More Men Are Wounded

Capt. William E Stallworth

Capt. William E Stallworth of Marion, Ala, and Bennettsvile was seriously wounded in Germany around the first of April, while serving with the 100th division. He had previously been wounded in action and returned to duty.

Captain Stallworth, who is now in a hospital inĀ  France, has recieved the Bronze Star medal.

His wife, the former Margaret McLendon, and small son, Billy liven in Bennettsville with her mother, Mrs. B. F. McLendon.

Talmadge L Dinkins

Talmadge L Dinkins, Son of Mrs. Lester Dinkins of Blaney, was seriously wounded March 26 in Germany, while serving with the Ninth army.

He entered the army March 29, 1943, at Fort Jackson and received basic training at Camp Butner, N. C. He has been overseas a year.

His wife is Mrs. Estelle Dinkins of Blaney.

T-Sgt. J. C. Porter

Greenwood -(Special) – T-Sgt. J. C. Porter, who recently received the Silver Star for gallantry in combat, has now been reported slightly wounded in action in Germany, according to a war department message received here by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Porter of Hanover Street.

Sergeant Porter enlisted in the army in 1940.

Pcf. Woodroow Woods

Hartsville, April 21 – (Special) – Pfc. Woodrow Woods was wounded in Germany several weeks ago and is now i a hospital in England, according to information received by his mother, Mrs. English Woods of Hartsville. He was on April 5, making normal improvement.

He has been overseas for the past 34 months, serving in Iceland, England, France and Germany.

His mother received the Purple Heart awarded him last Tuesday at approximately the same time she was informed that he had been wounded.

Two Cherokee Men

Gaffney -(Special)- Two more Cherokee county soldiers were wounded in action in Germany two weeks ago, relatives here have been informed by the war department.

Pfc. William Broughton Denton, 27, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Denton of Antioch community near Blacksburg, was seriously wounded April 7, and Pfc. Edward L. Hughey was wounded April 6.

Denton had been living at Inman in Spartanburg county prior to his induction into the army about a year ago.

Hughey, son of Mrs. Tillman Hughey, is serving with an infantry regiment in the Ninth army.

1945.04.22 - Six More Men Are Wounded

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