Lee Irvine

(Date Unknown - April 18, 1945)


The Lusk Herald
May 10, 1945


LEE IRVINE, MIDWEST, KILLED IN GERMANY

Mr. and Mrs. Jess Willard received a telegram on Monday from their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Paxton Irvine of Midwest, stating that their son, Lee Irvine, had been killed in Germany, April 18.

The Paxton Irvine family are former residents of Lusk and are well known to many here, who will regret to hear of the loss of their son.




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