Alfred Carenen U S Army Moberly Monitor-Index Moberly MO Apr 25, 1944

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Alfred Carenen U S Army
Moberly Monitor-Index
Moberly MO  Apr 25, 1944 - her will S. J. were in the Elsberry. Richard...
her will S. J. were in the Elsberry. Richard Sullins, owner of the Madison Telephone .Exchange, and Alfred Carenen were accepted for service in the U.' S. Army' after passing the required physical ex animations at Jefferson Barracks Earl Southern,, who was also examined, examined, did not meet "the requirements, requirements, and George Foster was held for .further examination. Miss Mary Louise Maupin re turned Saturday from a visit with aunt'in Columbia. in- the Kress try to when asking letters lottery. P. K. workers as, asking 'considered mail service'.

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