LIEUTENANT COLONELS transferred to the Army Quarter- McCleland Building, Lexingr(m_
t(Ion!iuuz·rI from Page I0) nraster Corps, 2I](I BZ1t2\lllOl1, (lt ll1€ DOUGLAS PARRISH, Paris, ·
()l`   and yells yl“:;]l~d€d 2l Silver SZUUC Calnll Kentucky, 21 LOYIUCY SLU(lCl’l{ ()f [hg /
l Star for gallantry in action last ‘‘‘‘‘ lJ1u"€1`Sull has lust b€€11 1`€1€P1$Cd
August in u raid aver the reiesu LAWRENCE ALEXANDER 11*1111 Scmcc 111 W<>1’1<1W=¤r 11. He
l Oil l.oHool.loS lo Romaolo_ Coloool Lawrence Alexander, of Eddy- is a farmer of Bourbon County
Ardery practiced law in Frankfort 1'1u€· Kl’·» Wuo Was s1`=1<1¤=11¢<1 umu DR. GEORGE H. FVILSON, 1
before enlisting. 1116 U111V€1$11Y 111 19?>0» 15 HOW 11 was graduated from the University x
..... 11€L11€1121111 60101101 111 1110 A11` in 1904 with a B.S. degree and oli.
w_ GAYLE STARNES Corps- Colonel Alcxuncleli was 11 [2lll1€(l lllS   (l€g1`CC [YOU] the i
; \V. Gayle Starnes, of Owensboro, member 01;; CCC _CO"   l*€€dS’ U1u"C1`SuY "[_ M1€u1%€u1 111 1910.
i has been promoted to Lieutenant Utah m 1-112 and m 194* lomcd HC §€1`1’€d W1111 L11€   S· Army
Colonel at Holabird Signal Depot, tue A`C'T`rI °C' )_ M Klmuwood MCu1C?u_ CO1`PS· auu Sulcc 1C?11'111§
I$2ll[lll1()l`(j_ Nlarylarrcl, Prior to lTI€Id’ §0uth€Yu Iln€S’ N' C" and 1hC §€l`V1C€ 11215 IJCCI1 21 l)l1ysician ill ~
going to the Army Colonel Starnes my 19*5 he was tmnsfcnicd [O FL L€Xm?£mu· He he Served as P1`€$1·
` was assistant director of the Uni- “`m`th' Tcxim dem of Luc Auumu ASSOC1€1L1011 G
volslll, oxloosloo lo (lull-go og ll ’——*’‘—‘·#“_* _ and as. a member- of the Alumni
audio-visual aids and administra- ALUMNI T0 ELECT OFFICERS Ex€cuuV€ C0uuuulC€· Fm $1X
.   tive assistant to the president of t(P¤HIiNH<’l1 from Page I/1 l`€*u`S he “’“_S Zuuuuu 1`Cl’1`€SC111?u11'°
the University. lh lo FRAXNKEL, received his 011 the Ulll\’€l`Sll}’ Boartl ol Trng.  
· _—‘‘‘ B.M.E. degree from the University LCCS‘ H_lS add1`cS$_ 18 200 Nmiul  
cnnrrmnm ¤. m.Am in 1900 and tus ML degree in U1’1’°" i’“`€‘“· LC"‘“g“’“·  
y Crittenden D. Blair, of Flemings- 1902. ln 1914 he became professor SNEED Y A G E R , Frankfort, -  
` burg, was advanced to the rank of of machine design at the Univer- Kentucky, was graduated with an —
a Lieutenant Colonel on February sity. Later he became a partner LL.B. in 1924, and practiced law  
29. Colonel Blair, who was gradu- in architectural engineering, the in Ashland, Kentucky, after his —  2.
ated from the University of Ken- Erm of Frankel and Curtis, which graduation. He is now Executive  .  
tucky in 1934, enlisted in the U. connection he still maintains. He Secretary of the Plantmix Asphalt    
S. Army in Sth Quartermasters has served as a member of the lndustry of Kentucky with head-    
regiment in 1941 at Camp Lee, Executive Committee for many (lLlHl`{Cl“S at Frankfort. Mr.i Yager  .  
Petersburg, Va., and was later years. 1-lis business address is 572 is a native of LaGrange, Kentucky.    
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Eugene F. Kinnaird,   Lexington Air Medal E  
, Reynold C. Craddock Lexington Dist. Flying Cross, Silver Star Air Medal '»_  
1 Frank \‘Vilby Ellis California Air Medal, Dist. Flying Cross, 2 Oak 5 _
y ' Leaf Clusters    
· lohn Dave \‘VllSl)11 Somerset Air Medal, Distinguished Flying Cross  5}  
l Hunter C., Belt Lexington Good Conduct Medal    
A loseph L. Claxon Owenton Good Conduct Medal   >·
t David Marrs Martin 2 Oak Leaf Clusters, Air Medal  . ‘
_ Martin y]. Rothan,   Lexington Good Conduct Medal and Asiatic Pacific  f M
Theatre Medal  ¤
* Charles Parrish Lexington Badge for Exemplary Conduct in Ma_lo1‘  1
l · Operations  g
Samuel \‘VllS011 Simouton Harlan Air Medal, 4 Oak Leaf Clusters  °
\~\’arren Coolidge Evans St. Charles, Va. Air Medal, 9 Oak Leaf Clusters  i?
\\'illiam Raybould Stanton Air Medal, 2 Oak Leaf Clusters   ji
._ Raymond Rankin \~\1ithers Cynthiana Air Medal. 3 Oak Leaf Clusters  ’` N  
Sidney Paul Taylor Covington Distinguished Flying Cross  Y · T
Robert Peebles \\'oods Ashland Distinguished Flying Cross   A:
james \\’. Craig,   1—lenderson Air Medal   W
G. Glenn Clift Maysville Citation  
_ David R. Berry Owensboro Navy Cross 3 times  
Dallas C. \1\1ade Lexington Purple Heart  {I
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* 22 THE KENTUCKY ALUMNW E""  
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