First to fall in World War II


In light of Memorial Day on Monday, Greenfield resident George Foltz submitted this photo from an old special edition of the Greenfield Daily Times. It shows John A. Smith, 21, left, and Woodrow Wilson, 19, right, who were the first two Greenfield residents to lose their lives in World War II. They were killed aboard the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. They were the sons of late Greenfield residents C.E. “Cad” Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson.


In light of Memorial Day on Monday, Greenfield resident George Foltz submitted this photo from an old special edition of the Greenfield Daily Times. It shows John A. Smith, 21, left, and Woodrow Wilson, 19, right, who were the first two Greenfield residents to lose their lives in World War II. They were killed aboard the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. They were the sons of late Greenfield residents C.E. “Cad” Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson.

In light of Memorial Day on Monday, Greenfield resident George Foltz submitted this photo from an old special edition of the Greenfield Daily Times. It shows John A. Smith, 21, left, and Woodrow Wilson, 19, right, who were the first two Greenfield residents to lose their lives in World War II. They were killed aboard the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. They were the sons of late Greenfield residents C.E. “Cad” Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/05/web1_Veterans-pic.jpgIn light of Memorial Day on Monday, Greenfield resident George Foltz submitted this photo from an old special edition of the Greenfield Daily Times. It shows John A. Smith, 21, left, and Woodrow Wilson, 19, right, who were the first two Greenfield residents to lose their lives in World War II. They were killed aboard the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. They were the sons of late Greenfield residents C.E. “Cad” Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson.