SHERMAN, Tex.—Capt. Donald J. Loosley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Loosley of 212 W. Gobbi, Ukiah, has been graduated at Perrin AFB, Tex., from the training course for U.S. Air Force F-102 Delta Dagger pilots.
Loosley, a graduate of Ukiah high school, is being reassigned to the USAF component of the NATO Iceland Defense Force.
The captain received his BS degree and commission upon graduation from the U.S. Naval Academy.
His wife is the former Gwendolin C. Hammitzsch from Germany.
Source: Ukiah Daily Journal, March 9, 1966.
Hollis Kizer sustained two broken ribs while shoeing a horse last week at the Loosley ranch. With his wife and three children, he lives on the ranch which he operates for his mother-in-law, Mrs. Willeska R. Loosley, widow of the late Raymond S. Loosley, early day Wood River pioneer. (Fort Klamath Herald and News, August 9, 1963)
The Earle Armstrongs have moved into the former Ed. Mitchell residence which they recently purchased. (Kossuth County Advance, October 8, 1963)
“Ted” Pomeroy, Middleton, visited his brother, Mark Pomeroy, Hansen, this week and spoke highly of the advantages of raising sweet corn in his area. (Twin Falls Times-News, April 21, 1961)
Mrs. Lloyd Green, her grandchildren Brad and Sharon Baldwin and their father Cary Baldwin of Beverly Hills were visitors at Camelback Inn near Phoenix. (Los Angeles Times, December 11, 1961)
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rorick, formerly of Plainwell, are staying in Morenci with his mother, Mrs. Curtis Rorick until their new home in Lansing is completed. (Adrian Daily Telegram, March 4, 1960)
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pfeifer and family of Blissfield and Mr. and Mrs. William Van Arsdalen and family of Hillsdale were Sunday guests of Mrs. Pfeifer’s and Mrs. Van Arsdalen’s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Guss. (Adrian Daily Telegram, March 15, 1960)
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loosley of Cave Junction, Ore spent Friday until Monday here visiting his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Loosley, and Tim Howell. Also visiting the Loosley’s one day last week were her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Max Geer of Sacramento. (Indian Valley Record, May 5, 1960)
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Holiday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams included Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Richards and son, Mrs. Maude Zurn, Mrs. Minnie Spencer, Otto Wiggins and children, Mrs. Charles Schmeig, Ed Richard and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. [sic] Robert Cobb and son, Mrs. Zurn spent several days at the Williams home. (Sayre Evening Times, January 4, 1958)
Elbert Gaudig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Gaudig, Rapid City, is now enrolled at the Navy Recruit Training Center, San Diego, Calif., after enlisting here Wednesday. (Rapid City Journal, February 8, 1958)
ZENA (Special)—Mrs. Roy E. Barker of Zena returned home Sunday from Tacoma, Wash., where she has been a house guest for five days at the home of her sister, Mrs. Edith Staplin. (Salem Capital Journal, October 1, 1958)
Peter Baldwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Baldwin, enlisted in the U.S. Army and is stationed for his basic training at Fort Carson, Colorado. (Livingston County Press, November 28, 1956)
Members of the Chester Walling family gave first aid and called the ambulance for persons involved in a car accident on Sand Ridge Friday evening. The car, belonging to a Brownsville man, was going south and went into loose gravel on the right, then careened into the left bank of the curve where the road turns east. Of the four men in the car, at least one, whose name is unknown, was badly cut from glass, others were suffering shock. (Lebanon Express, November 29, 1956)
Mr. and Mrs. James Gilkey of Forest Grove were week-end guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Gilkey. Mrs. James Gilkey was a guest of Mrs. J.S. Gilkey at the Homemakers’ Festival in McMinnville 4-H building on Friday, May 7. (Salem Daily Capital Journal, May 19, 1954)
Lt. Col. Thomas C. Eveland, of Greensboro and Washington, D.C., has been assigned to the Military Assistance Advisory Group in Bangkok, Thailand. Accompanied by his wife and daughter, Col. Eveland left Washington on January 18. The family lived in Queen Anne for some time before moving to Greensboro. Mrs. Eveland and her daughter waited here for Col. Eveland while he was on duty Europe some years ago. Lt. Col. Eveland’s relatives live in and near this community. (Easton Star-Democrat, January 29, 1954)
Mrs. John Eveland and daughters, Misses Madge and Pearl Eveland, were recent Sunday guests of Mrs. Byron Poore, of Greensboro. (Easton Star-Democrat, November 5, 1954)
FIFTY YEARS AGO (1903): Mr. and Mrs. Levi Groover returned from their wedding trip last Saturday. (Lake Orion Review, January 15, 1953)
Mrs. Robert Eveland is still in Memorial Hospital, Easton, after an accident in which she was struck by a truck while riding in a car. (Easton Star-Democrat, October 23, 1953)
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams Jr., and son of Long Island were recent visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gorham. (Sayre Evening Times, May 3, 1951)
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams and family attended the Schmeig-Brannaka wedding held at the Towanda Presbyterian church and reception held at the Wysox Community hall. (Sayre Evening Times, May 3, 1951)
Mrs. Lester I. Bockstahler, new president of the University circle, has invited members of her board and committee chairmen to be her guests at luncheon Saturday in Scott hall on the Northwestern university Evanston campus. (Chicago Tribune, May 31, 1951)
Miller, S.D.—Kiwanis Club members enjoyed movies shown by Harry Corrin Tuesday at their luncheon. The pictures were taken by Corrin of Firemen’s conventions and a rodeo as well as travel pictures. (Sioux Falls Argus-Leader, December 27, 1951)