June 18, 1943 Lindsay Boys Join the R.C.A.F.
Three more young Lindsay men have enlisted with the R.C.A.F. and left on Wednesday for Toronto.
Arthur Deyell, 18 yr. old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Deyell, Colborne St. W. Joe Wileman, 17 yr. old son of J. H. Wileman and the late Mrs. Wileman, Ridout St. and Kenneth Anderson, 18 yr. old son of Crown Attorney and Mrs. J. E. Anderson, Albert St. N.
The two former boys were transferred to Brandon, Man. the same day that they reported while the latter remained at Manning Depot, Toronto having enlisted last Fall.
These young fellows are all just out of L.C.I. having completed their Senior Matriculation.
Their many friends and relatives will follow their careers with interest.
The congregation of Cambridge St. United Church heard Art Deyell in a rich baritone solo last Sunday morning, -- entitled November 8, 1943
The Lord’s Prayer by Melatte.
AC1 Arthur Deyell recently of Mountain View is leaving for Rivers Man. after a pleasant furlough the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Deyell, Colborne St.