Private Maroney- Prisoner of Germans
Private Maroney, Prisoner of Germans Through the effort of the International International Red Crow and the War department, Mr. ajid Mrs. John Maroney, 41 Tulip street, learned yesterday that their son, Private First Class Nile Maroney. 1 prisoner prisoner of the Oer - man government. Private Maroney had previously been reported missing In action In Qermany since Dec. 21. 1944. The War department telegram containing containing this latest news also stated that further Information Information will be forwarded by letter. letter. Having entered the Army June 5, 1043. Maroney trained for 1 Av months with the military police at Camp Breckinridge. Ky He was later transferred to the infantry and sent to Camp Atterbury. Ind. for Infantry Infantry training. He was sent overseas overseas to the European theater In October, October, 1844. Private Maroney Is the holder of thi. CnrA nnnrinrt rthhnn anH the Expert Marksmanship badge He was a member or the Lincoln center bas ketball and football teams betore entering entering service. Go - Getters Pick Staatsburg Officers (KprriRl U riifkkl, N.w Y.rk.r) 8TAATSBUUO Laura Hayes has been elected president of a 4H club organized here, the Staatsburg Oo - Oetters. Other officers are Oeraldlne Barlght, vice president: Jean Haurahaw. secretary; and Nancy Schwab, treasurer. Mrs. Raymond BariRht Is club leader and Mrs. Martin Hayes Is assistant leader. The club will mret twice monthly. Members have started started a sewing project.