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club out- as guests, visit- l i v a n and t , Jr , and a i e n t s of d a y night al of Butte, Many Montana Men Among Recruits At Naval Station Twenty Montana men were among the recruits sworn into the navy at the main Montana navy recruiting station in Helena d u r i n g the past week, F. Biehler, o f f i c e r in trie Montana navy r e c r u i t district, reported yesterday. Three of the r e c r u i t s In the seahccs. They were Edm Edm u n S. Moore and C. H. of Helena and Holger M. Trand Trand u m of Baker. They left for coast t r a i n i n g c e n t e bees. R e c r u i t s sent to the t r a i n i n g station at Idaho. \ \ o i e Oi \ i l l e H. Helena, Joseph P. Yates of Sweet Graf-s, Dolbert A. R o d r i g u B u t t e . O r v i l l e J. M a lean. C l e o i q e B . T o w Seelcy Lake, H a n y II. S t and R i c h a r d M. E v a n L e w i s t o w n , A r c h i e ol Com ad, and Walter D. B r oi F i o m b e r g . Wesley L. Brown of Falrfielfl, Dean D. M a r t i n s o n of L e o n a i d A. Coombs of and John L. Nelson, Carl K. S h o o k m a n , R i c h a r James W. Isler, all of Great Falls. "Mo^t of these recruits were 17-year-old y o u t h s who for general service in the navy. " L i e u t e n a n t nlehlT the.rc are m a n y fiiif! o p p o ties in the seabees for service by skilled w o r k m e n , not employed on jobs classified as essential." essential."

Clipped from The Independent Record04 Jul 1943, SunPage 5

The Independent Record (Helena, Montana)04 Jul 1943, SunPage 5
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