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OLD PHOTO: Twenty-four Archbold youth became an important part of the Greatest Generation. The photograph was taken Easter Sunday, 1940. Their lives changed on Dec. 7, 1941, when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. All the men served in the armed forces except Don Stamm. Front row, from left: Virginia Buehrer, Martha Dimke, Sarabelle Aungst, Martha Jane Bourquin, Marilyn Taylor, Kathryn Hinderer, Valetta Taylor, Jane Zeske, JoAnn Lytle, Madalyn Taylor, Priscilla Spithauer, Robert Snowberger; Back row: Robert Rupp, Kenneth Stamm, Vincent Taylor, Patrick Hollingshead, Harold Smith, Don Stamm, Menno Traut, Robert Mahler, Robert Stotzer, Beatrice Ruihley, William Stanforth, William Gigax.– Photograph from collection of Madalyn Taylor Stanforth

OLD PHOTO: Twenty-four Archbold youth became an important part of the Greatest Generation. The photograph was taken Easter Sunday, 1940. Their lives changed on Dec. 7, 1941, when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. All the men served in the armed forces except Don Stamm. Front row, from left: Virginia Buehrer, Martha Dimke, Sarabelle Aungst, Martha Jane Bourquin, Marilyn Taylor, Kathryn Hinderer, Valetta Taylor, Jane Zeske, JoAnn Lytle, Madalyn Taylor, Priscilla Spithauer, Robert Snowberger; Back row: Robert Rupp, Kenneth Stamm, Vincent Taylor, Patrick Hollingshead, Harold Smith, Don Stamm, Menno Traut, Robert Mahler, Robert Stotzer, Beatrice Ruihley, William Stanforth, William Gigax.– Photograph from collection of Madalyn Taylor Stanforth

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