Siblings Betty Abell, Doris Helm, Janette Smith and Jodie Smith showed a 1944 photo of their dad, World War II veteran Louis Smith, along with his Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars, in Bardstown last week. Louis Smith died in 2012 at age 91.
Siblings Betty Abell, Doris Helm, Janette Smith and Jodie Smith showed a 1944 photo of their dad, World War II veteran Louis Smith, along with his Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars, in Bardstown last week. Louis Smith died in 2012 at age 91. Lexington Herald-Leader
Siblings Betty Abell, Doris Helm, Janette Smith and Jodie Smith showed a 1944 photo of their dad, World War II veteran Louis Smith, along with his Purple Heart and two Bronze Stars, in Bardstown last week. Louis Smith died in 2012 at age 91. Lexington Herald-Leader

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