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Hays, Clarence Hale
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Source: Service Record of Men and Women, Page 41

Clarence Hale Hays

Address: 300 McDonough Street, Barry, Illinois.

Entered Service: May 3, 1944.

Branch of Service: Army.

Training Stations: Camp Sibert, Alabama; Camp Gordon, Georgia.

Overseas: March 23, 1945. Returned: May 30, 194.

Theatre of Operations: European.

Engagement: Battle of Central Europe.

Decorations: Purple Heart; European-African-Middle Eastern Theatre Ribbon w/ 1 Bronze Battle Star; Victory Medal; Army of Occupation Medal for Germany; Good Conduct Medal.

Discharged: Fort Sheridan, Illinois. June 4, 1946.

Rank: Technician Fourth Grade.

Served: Twenty-five months and one day.

Present Occupation: Student at University of Illinois.

Father, Ralph W. Hays; Mother, Gertrude W. Hays.

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