Jim Delamater

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November 3, 1938 Davenport Times-Tribune

Rev. Charles B. Marrs, Boy Scoutmaster, and C. F. Joslin took the Reardan Scout troop to Spokane to swim at the Y. W. C. A. Wednesday night. Rev. W. S. Plowman, assistant Scoutmaster, Lloyd McLain and Billie Colville furnished the cars. The boys were Billie Colville, Tommy Walsh, Jack and Jim Delamater, Jimmy Rinker, Carl Garber, Harold Mann, Glen Anderson, Richard Foland, Dean Anyan, George Koeller, Earl Travis, Marvin Evers, Berne Barnard, Carl Koeller and Elmer Wendlandt.

May 16, 1940 Davenport Times-Tribune

Sebastian Zwainz of Sacramento, California is spending the summer with his daughter, Mrs. Roy [Helen] Delamater, and son, George Zwainz.

July 20, 1944 Davenport Times-Tribune

Jim Delamater and Eddie Cribby went to Spokane Monday of last week and enlisted in the navy. They passed their physical examination and are waiting a call to start their training. Jim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. ["Roy"] Delamater. He is a graduate of the local high school with this year's class. Eddie makes his home with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ferguson at Little Falls and has a brother, Corporal James Cribby, with the army in New Guinea. He is a senior in high school.

October 5, 1944 Davenport Times-Tribune

James Delamater and Edward Cribby, who were inducted in the navy several week ago, reported to Camp Ward at Farragut on September 23. James is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Delamater and has a brother, Jack Delamater, who is also in the navy. Edward has made his home with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Furgeson of Little Falls, since a small boy. His brother, James Cribby, is with the army. Both boys graduated from the Reardan high school.

January 25, 1945 Davenport Times-Tribune

Seaman second class James Delamater, who recently completed his boot camp at Farragut, spent Monday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Delamater. He has been assigned to an outgoing unit.

February 15, 1945 Davenport Times-Tribune

Jim Delamater, seaman second class, who finished his boot camp last month at Farragut, is attending a quartermaster school at Gulfport, Miss. He writes his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Delamater, he is much pleased with his new assignment.

September 27,, 1945 Davenport Times-Tribune

Jim Delamater, with the navy, arrived home Monday for a few days leave. He joined the service a year ago and for the last 4 months has been on a base at San Francisco. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Delamater.

November 22, 1945 Davenport Times-Tribune

Jim Delamater in the navy is at Pearl Harbor waiting for this ship to be repaired after fire damage. He states that the repairing is slow because of strikes.

February 14, 1946 Davenport Times-Tribune

Quartermaster Jim Delamater is with the navy and is at Seattle for an indefinite period.

May 30, 1946 Davenport Times-Tribune

Jim Delamater quartermaster third class arrived home by plane from Sacramento Saturday. He received his discharge from Shoemaker, Calif., May 31, after 21 months navy service. He served on the USS Fremont in the Pacific area. His brother, Jack, signalman second class was discharged last February with 3 years navy service.