On this date ...
3, 1943: Red
Cross drive reached $4,200. Manpower survey begun by Col.
George M. MacMullin.
10, 1943: 2nd
Infantry Division contributed additional $3,271 to Red Cross
drive. New railroad station opened.
1, 1944: Camp
McCoy launched 20-week radio series over Milwaukee Journals
Station WTMJ under the direction of Lt. Vance Schwartz. Lt.
Col. A.K. DuMoulin reported after returning from Cassino.
8, 1944: Gen.
Aurand visits McCoy. Camp McCoy Soldier entertainers opened
13-week series over Station Vi"K La Crosse. Service Club
2 burned to the ground.
15, 1944: McCoy
maintenance shop program model for United States. Camp McCoy’s
"Theater of the Air" opened. Mrs. George M.
MacMullin appointed district chairman of personal affairs
7, 1945: McCoy
went over top in the Red Cross drive with a $2,331.75
April 14, 1945:
McCoy mourned the loss of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.