Woodbury County

Cpl. Maynard Bauerly

Plymouth County

 

 

NEWS of the MERRILL SERVICE MEN
From Merrill Service Men's News

Maynard Bauerly, Cpl., Bty. C., 55th F. A. Bn., Fort Graff, N.C., is still training with the field artillery. He visited his parents, in Sioux City, and friends here in December.

Source: The LeMars Sentinel, Friday, April 14, 1944

IN UNIFORM

Robert Bauerly, signalman second class, was to leave today for San Francisco after spending a 22-day leave in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bauerly, 1423 Cook street. For the last 18 months he has been in the Pacific on various types of ships, the last one being a transport. He has three brothers in the service. Cpl. Maynard Bauerly is believed to be somewhere in the Philippines. Francis Bauerly, ship’s cook second class, is at Pearl Harbor, and Donald Bauerly, seaman first class, is at sea in the Pacific.

Source: The Sioux City Journal, February 13, 1945