Woodbury County

 

Lt. Robert S. Huie, Jr.

 

 

Men and Women In Service

Lieut. Robert S. Huie, Jr. has been transferred from Australia to New Guinea. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Huie, Sr., 903 12th Street.

Source: The Sioux City Journal, April 27, 1944

IN UNIFORM.

Lt. Elizabeth M. Huie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Huie, sr., 903 12th street, a graduate of St. Vincent’s College of Nursing, has been with the armed forces for the last two years and overseas about 15 months.  She served as a nurse in Scotland and Wales and recently volunteered to go to France, answering a call for more nurses.  Before volunteering for overseas duty, she served for eight months in Schick general hospital in Clinton, Ia. 

A brother, Lt. Robert S. Huie, is a liaison pilot and has been overseas for two years and now is stationed on Luzon.

Source: The Sioux City Journal, March 30, 1945

First Lt. Robert S. Huie, son of Mrs. Amelia C. Huie, 903 12th street, has been awarded an oak leaf cluster to his air medal for meritorious achievement in action against the enemy on Luzon. He is an artillery liaison pilot and on one occasion flew low over Japanese lines and adjusted mortar fire for the infantry enabling them to knock out concealed Japanese machine gun nests and take their objective.

Source: The Sioux City Journal, April 28, 1945

IN UNIFORM

Lt. Robert S. Huie, Jr. is spending a six-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Huie, Sr., 903 12th Street. He will return to the Winter General Hospital, Topeka, Kan., where he has been convalescing since August 26 after action in the Pacific.

Source: The Sioux City Journal, September 22, 1945

Robert S. Huie, Jr.
Born: 18 Aug 1919
Died: 27 Nov 1963
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery, VA