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ON ACTIVE SERVICE A rugged looking soldier in any man's army, Corp. Leon Duquette, son of Mrs. Albertine Duquette of the Ten Rod Road, is in a rugged fighting unit, the U.S. Paratroopers. He is now on the Anzio beachhead in Italy and previous to going there was in North Africa for nearly a year, His brother, Leo, is somewhere in the South Pacific with an Army unit that has seen plenty of action Pvt. Lyle Hartford is with a medical supply unit somewhere in England awaiting the day when the Yanks go over to call on Hitler. He is the son of Mrs. Lyle F. Hartford of East Rochester and entered the service on January 22, 1943. Corp. Technician Charles Masse, son of Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon Masse of Gonic, looks familar to Straford County sports fans, even in the unifrom of Uncle Sam. The former Rochester High School and UNH sports ace, now in Italy with an anti-aircraft battery, saw action in North Africa and also managed a baseball team under 'Zeke' Banura, former Washington Senator great. Corp. Masse entered the service October 7, 1942. Gunner's Mate Maurice Bedard of the U.S. Naval Armed Guard entered the service June, 1942. Since then he has seen a lot of shooting in the Atlantic convoy service and at the North African invasion. He is the son of Mrs. Arthur Bedard of 14 Pearl Street, Rochester. Edmund W. Morphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morphy of the Chestnut Hills road, took part in the in the invasion of Sicily and at Salerno aboard one of Uncle Sam's fighting ships. He entered the service in February, 1943, when he reached his 18th birthday.