|m.Eunice Electa McVey|
The Salem Weekly News April 3, 1919
Victor Huxley retuned last week from overseas, having received his honorable discharge. Mr. Huxley left Salem Feb. 24, 1918, embarkingfor France April 25. He was in actual service, being at the front for seventeen days with the 82nd division in the Argonne woods and at Toul and Metz fronts. He came through without a scratch, was one of 156 to return out of his battalion of 1,000 men. He was confined to the hospital several weeks while in France with stomach trouble, but is now looking well.
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