The following July 31, 1952, Lowell Tribune article was found on page 2, column 1:
Pvt. John Clemens, in a letter to his mother, Mrs. Helen Clemens of Shelby, tells of his arrival in Bremerhausen, Germany, on July 1st. He is stationed in the French zone with the 112th Ordinance Co.
The following November 6, 1952, Lowell Tribune article appeared on page 2, column 4:
New addresses have been received from the Clemens brothers. Roy is now in Korea where he is working on bridge construction and John is attending a weapons repair course in Germany. Pfc. Roy W. Clemens, U.S. 55, 2000384, Co. B. 430th Eng. Const. Btln., APO 301, c/o P.M. San Francisco, California.
Pfc. John A. Clemens, U.S. 55, 232764, 112th Ordinance M.M. Co., R.O.D., APO 227, c/o P.M., New York, N.Y.
This Aug. 20, 1953, Lowell Tribune article was found on page 4, column 2:
Four Sons in Service
Pvt. Joe Clemens, who enlisted in the Army August 3rd, is now stationed at Fort Leonard
Wood, Mo., for basic training. He informs his mother, Mrs. Helen Clemens of Shelby,
that he has been assigned to the 5th Heavy Tank Battalion of the 6th Armored Div.
Mrs. Clemen's son Ben is with the 28th Division in Germany, John is with Ordnance in
France and Roy (an enlistee) is serving with the 430th Engineers in Korea. Roy has been
in Korea one year.