Bruce Marlin Broyles killed in action in Korea
KILLED IN WAR ; ..':,"::':.,-:-;!W.v::; ..':,"::':.,-:-;!W.v::; ..':,"::':.,-:-;!W.v::; ..':,"::':.,-:-;!W.v::; ..':,"::':.,-:-;!W.v::; .:.-. .:.-. .:.-. v-"''' v-"''' v-"''' V:"-' V:"-' '" feC .;;. iim::ti;fii'':HU-. iim::ti;fii'':HU-. iim::ti;fii'':HU-. IfcV'. :'::.;P.'.'::..- :'::.;P.'.'::..- -Ll -Ll r 1 ' a.y. . . .....v. . .-fry .-fry .-fry pt ..... . . . :y :. :f..... j.. ... . . J Bruce Broyles Thurston Youth Ninth Fairfielder To Die In Korea Ninth Fairfielder killed In action in the Korean war is Pvt. Bruce M. Broyles, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Broyles, Thurston. The Army notified the GFs parents Tuesday by telegram that Pvt. Broyles lost his life in, Korea on February 15, express ing regret for the delay in advis ing the next-of-kin. next-of-kin. next-of-kin. next-of-kin. next-of-kin. The Thurston soldier, who was 20 last January 15, apparently had been in Korea only a very shert time when he was killed because the last letter received from him, dated February 12, stated he was still in Japan. Broyles, one of nine children, enlisted in the Army May 13, 1949. He was trained at Fort Knox, Ky. and Ft Devens, Mass. He had attended Thurston High School. He visited relatives on the 10- 10- day furlough, and reported back to camp last January 13, men went overseas six days later to Japan. Broyles was believed attached attached to a unit of the U. S. Seventh Infantry Division at the time of his death. Besides his parents, Pvt. Boy-Ies Boy-Ies Boy-Ies is survived by one brother, Martin, of the home, seven listers, listers, Mary Ellen, Betty Lou and Nancy, all of the home; Mrs, Ernie Derr, Mrs. Frank Probasco, both of Lancaster; Mrs. Howard Ruckman, Thurston and Mrs. Kenneth Ruffner, Columbus.