Woodbury County

Lloyd Nelson Halladay




18 Sioux Cityans Arrive For Training At Great Lakes

Sioux City again was very much in prominence at the United States naval training station at Great Lakes, Ill., last week as 18 of her sons reported for duty with the United States Navy.

The men in training from Sioux City are:
[other names have been omitted]
Lloyd Nelson Halladay, 26, 2821 W. 14th street;

Source:  The Sioux City Journal, August 17, 1942

ON PATROL—Lloyd Nelson Halladay (left), 2821 W. 14th street, is a member of the Philippine based patrol bombing squadrons, which is attached to the Seventh fleet.  The squadron’s best work was accomplished on night patrols, with midnight colored Catalinas, which were dubbed Black Cats.  Halladay is a radio ordnance man first  class.  Others in the picture are Ralph H. Giles, aviation chief machinist’s mate, of Red Oak, Ia., and Floyd L. Sayles, aviation ordnance man, of Des Moines.

Source: The Sioux City Journal, September 22, 1943 (photo included)