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Hometown Patriot: Virginia Smith and Gladys O'Neill

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They graduated from Fair Park High School in Shreveport two years apart in the 1940's. Virginia Smith and Gladys O'Neill signed up for the women's Army. But they didn't know they were both in the service until the first of a series of chance meetings that lead to lifelong friendship.

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