Robert E Stover Navy enlistment March 1949

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Mrs.yAfn rnllCIC 111 I UUIII LllllJlJ III a in a as in Navy for One Year Robert Earl Stover, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson E. Stover, of 714 Orange Street, was accepted for a one-year one-year one-year enlistment in the U. S. Navy, according to Chief John Good, local Navy recruiter.; Stover was sworn in at the main recruiting station in Pittsburgh yesterday and was immediately transferred to the naval training station at Great Lakes, 111. Under the one-year one-year one-year -enlistment -enlistment plan for 18-year-olds, 18-year-olds, 18-year-olds, 18-year-olds, 18-year-olds, men found qualified are eligible to select one of the Navy's Class A schools and men found physically qualified may even choose the submarine service. Stover attended Oil City High School from 1945 through 1948 and at the time of entry into the service, service, he was undecided as to What trade he would like to follow upon completion of his recruit training.

Clipped from The News-Herald30 Mar 1949, WedPage 11

The News-Herald (Franklin, Pennsylvania)30 Mar 1949, WedPage 11
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