Woodbury County

Lt. William S. Pepper





Among those recently receiving honorable discharges at the Army separation center at Jefferson barracks, Mo., was Lt. William S. Pepper, so of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. Pepper, 4113 Davis avenue.  Lt. Pepper has been released from the air forces after three and a half years service.  A Morningside college student before entering the service, Pepper served six months as a bombardier in the European theater of operations.  During his 35 combat missions he earned the air medal with three clusters and three battle stars.

Source:  The Sioux City Journal, September 20, 1945