The Caddo Herald
April 21, 1944
Liston Mills Reported Wounded in Action over Europe,
Gets Air Medal
Pfc. Liston Mills is reported as wounded in action, the war department informed his wife here.
He was a gunner on a Flying Fortress and had made more than 25 trips in combat.
Letters from Liston say he is all bandaged up but the nature of his wounds is not revealed. Liston is in a hospital and is doing fine.
Details are lacking but his people say his ship was barely able to get back home and he was probably injured in landing.
Liston is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Mills, who live west of Caddo and is a graduate of Caddo high school. He was married before entering the army to Miss Juanita Edwards and they have a son six months old.
Sgt. Joe D. Szenasi Writes from Italy to T. D. Call
Italy, April 6, 1944
Dear Mr. Call:
How is everything there by now? Sorry haven’t written sooner, but have been pretty busy. Time really passes quick. Been overseas almost eight months. How are all the folks and everyone getting along? Tell everyone hello. I’ve seen Al Walla and Pleas Whisenhunt and Bennett Freeny over here; really swell to see them. They’re on the Anzio beachhead now. Suppose everything going pretty lively around Caddo. How is everyone at the bank getting along? Tell them all hello. What’s the news around there? Write me as soon as possible as I really miss letters from you all. Tell Mr. Conner hello and Mr. McIntosh. A Friend, David