This February 25, 1943, Lowell Tribune article was found on page 5, column 5:
Staff Sergt. and Mrs. Bruce Jacques, who were called here from Barksdale Field, La., by the death of Mrs. Jacque's father, Ed Hoevet, left Friday for a visit with his parents in Hammond before leaving for Louisiana. The Jacques were guests at a family dinner given by her aunt, Mrs. Vernon Miller, Wednesday night.
The following August 24, 1944, Lowell Tribune article was found on page 4, column 2:
S/Sgt. and Mrs. Bruce Jacques and little daughter, Sharon Lee of Barksdale Field, La., were here visiting for a week in the home of Mrs. Jacques' mother, Mrs. Bernice Hoevet. Friends and relatives gathered at the Lake Prairie school house Sunday, Aug. 13th, to enjoy a pleasant day with them, ending with a delicious luncheon and wishing Sgt. Jacques and family a safe trip back to their home in Louisiana.
The following February 8, 1945, Lowell Tribune article was found on page 4, column 1:
Here Visiting Relatives
S/Sgt. Bruce Jacques, stationed at Barksdale Field, La., was here several days last week visiting his wife's mother, Mrs. Ed Hoevet and son and daughter, and relatives and friends at Calumet City. He came to Chicago on an army plane.
The following January 3, 1952, Lowell Tribune article was found on page 2, column 4:
M/Sgt. Bruce Jacques has reached his destination in Germany. His wife, the former Jean Hoevet, and their two children are living temporarily in Crown Point.
The following October 23, 1952, Lowell Tribune article was found on page 2, column 2:
A letter of best regards to Lowell friends comes from M.Sgt. and Mrs. Bruce A. Jacques, now settled in Landsberg, Germany, where their children are attending school. They are learning to speak German. Mrs. Jacques (formerly of Lowell) tells of Germany's beautiful and scenic countryside. As letters are always appreciated she send their address: M/Sgt. Bruce A. Jacques, AF36325928, Hq. Sq. Section 7030, Hq. Spt. Gp., APO 61. c/o PM., New York, N.Y.