Adams County

Pvt. Arthur O. Lewis

 

His Discharge Paper

Separation Paper

Arthur O. Lewis
1915-2000
bur: Resthaven Cemetery
West Des Moines

 

WEST UNION.
Mr. & Mrs. Joe Lewis received word that their son, Corporal Arthur Lewis, has been transferred to Camp Polk, Louisiana. He has recently been stationed at Camp Ibis, California.

Source: The Adams County Free Press, October 21, 1943

WEST UNION.
(Delayed last week)
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lewis, who were married Monday, July 23.  The wedding was performed at the Lutheran church in Shreveport, Louisiana.  The bride is the former Eileen Knapp, daughter of T. W. Knapp of this vicinity.  Arthur is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lewis and is serving in the U. S. Army and is now stationed at Camp Polk, Louisiana.

Source:  The Adams County Free Press, August 10, 1944

WEST UNION.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lewis received word that their son, Pvt. Arthur Lewis, is now located in New York.  He has recently been located at Camp Polk, Louisiana.

Source: The Adams County Free Press, August 17, 1944

WEST UNION.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lewis received word that their son, Private Arthur Lewis, had landed safely in England.

Source: The Adams County Free Press,  September 14, 1944

WEST UNION.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lewis received word that their son, Private F.C. Arthur Lewis has been sent to France.  He has recently been stationed in England.

Source: The Adams County Free Press, Corning, Iowa, Thursday, October 26, 1944

WEST UNION.
Mrs. Arthur Lewis and Nadine Knapp returned Saturday from Seattle, Washington, where they have been employed in the Boeing Aircraft factory.

Mrs. Joe Lewis received a “Mother’s Day” cablegram from her son, Pfc. Arthur Lewis, stationed “Somewhere in Germany.”

Source: The Adams County Free Press, Thursday, May 17, 1945