Robert E. Elyard

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Robert Elsworth "Bob" Elyard, born January 26, 1944, died January 19, 2019, of heart arrythmia as the primary cause of death, followed by complications from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) at Alaska Regional Hospital in Anchorage, Alaska.

Bob Elyard was born in Washington, D.C., the son of Curtis Hartman Elyard, a machinist, and Viola Virginia Likins, who lived in Davis, West Virginia.

S Sgt. Harold C. Elyard

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S Sgt. Harold C. Elyard

Staff Sergeant Harold C. Elyard, son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Elyard of Davis [West Virginia], was killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941. He was born at Job, Randolph County and attended school at Evenwood and Coketon, W. Va. He entered the service at Fort Myer, Va., in 1930 and was sent overseas to the Pacific in June 1939.

Leasure Ellsworth Likins

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In Memory of
Leaslure [sic] Ellsworth Likins

April 13, 1923
Stoyer, Md.

October 7, 1963
Davis, W. Va.

Time and Place of Services
October 9, 1963
2 P.M.
Spiggle Funeral Chapel

Clergyman Officiating
Rev. Harry E. Atzenhofer

Organization Assisting
Blue Ridge Post, No. 22,
American Legion

Final Resing Place
Davis Cemetary

Arrangements by
Wayne C. Spiggle

William B. Likins

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DAVIS—William Baker Likens, 73, a resident of Davis [West Virginia], dies Saturday at Davis Memorial Hospital in Elkins. Born in May 7, 1900, at New Creek, W. Va., he was a son of the late Henry Grant and Laura Kight Likens.

He is survived by his wife Eva Arnold Likens of Davis; one daughter, Mrs. Viola Elyard of Davis; one sister, Mrs. Oley Gridley of Mt. Airey, Md.; one step sister, Mrs. Victoria Neal of Silver Spring, Md.; three grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

FEN Guide Issues 1986-87

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Near as I can tell, FEN Guide existed for the native civilian population of Tokyo, Japan, who wanted to better their English speaking, reading, and writing skills, especially when used alongside what was being broadcast by the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service (AFRTS) on the Far East Network (on the AM dial: 810 KHz in Tokyo). More information about the station can also be found on the AFRTS Archive here.

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