Marvin Wynn draft notice

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Marvin Wynn draft notice - to of probably won't be called. At right are...
to of probably won't be called. At right are with 192. Both Medina Fire Chief on List Of Early Draft Numbers Albion Orleans County draft board is awaiting receipt of questionnaires tQ be mailed to prospective draftees on which the local board will base their selection of those to fill the county's quota of 18 men. First public official of the county to have his number drawn is (Medina Fire Chief Leo A. Ranallo, county order numoer 24. Wal ter Pasnik, Medina, holder of Orleans' Orleans' last serial number, 3,011, has order number 16. Last on the list of 18 is William IL Matson, Medina High School industrial arts instructor, who is married and has two sons. Al though definite instructions have not been received here, draft board officials expect more than the first 18 will receive questionnaires wtien they are first sent out. First 18 men in order of their drawing drawing are Harry Farnham, Albion, 158; Frank B. Hoag Jr., Albion, 192; Stan ley K.. Iewis, Lyndonvilie, 105; Louis J. Lanni, Hulberton. 2441: Aldon W. Tower, Albion, 2,563; Marvin Wynn. Medina, 1HS; George I. l'eetrie, Lyn-donville, Lyn-donville, Lyn-donville, 120; Alfred W. Gailey, Kent, 2.914; Athol T. Burgess. Medina. 2.- 2.- 7u; Charles M. McCollum, JUollev. 2,451; Joseph A. Banato, Albion, 2.-748; 2.-748; 2.-748; Kulison Bigger, Albion, 2,098; William F. Steffen, Kendall, 846; Robert G. Causey, Albion, 2,764; Joseph Joseph E. Waite, Lyndonville, 161; Walter Pasnik, Medina, 3.011; Bircham W. Johnson, Albion, 2,470; William H. Matson, Medina, 14. PEKRY TWO DRAWN moned for appearatice before tho local Board, probably about Nov. 14. The first 50 registrants in order in which their numbers were drawn at Washington are: Clarence Wright, Bath, R.D. ; Dennis Dennis Sheppherd, Bath : Ernest Bulk-ley, Bulk-ley, Bulk-ley, Bath; Joseph Miller, Perkins-ville; Perkins-ville; Perkins-ville; Jorn Headley, Cohocton ; John Romatski, Bath; Vincent Kuhn, Cohocton; Cohocton; Tobert J. Johantgen, Perk-Insville; Perk-Insville; Perk-Insville; Arthur H. Putnam, Avoca; Charles McCabe, Bath; Frederick Perrung, Wayland; Roland E. Matthews, Matthews, Cameron; Charles R, Rum-sey, Rum-sey, Rum-sey, Bath; Thomas Mattice, Way-land. Way-land. Way-land. Benjamin H. Balcom, Steuben County sheriff, Bath; R. O. Holley, Pulteney; H. L. Woodhams, Ark-port; Ark-port; Ark-port; Carl Collmer, Arkport; Walter W. Ackley, Wayland; Alphone Para, Hammondsport; Floyd Crane, Bath; Justin Oerould, Hammondsport; Harry Robinson. Wavland : Howard H. Hunt, Wayland; Henry J. Min-nerly, Min-nerly, Min-nerly, Pulteney. Sylvester Gross, WaylAnd; Warren J. Crane, Cameron ; Leon White, Wallace; Earl Snell, Bath; Roy Mannart, conocton; Stanley Osborne Arkport; John Scott, Wayland Louis Shannon, Bath; Raymond Stoddard, Avoca; Robert Woodward, Savona; Fred H. Eckel, Hammonds port; Lloyd Wise, Avoca; Archie Jewett, Painted Post; Gordon Cragg, conocton; Glen Robinson, Avoca; Burton Perkins, Kanona; David C Dickie, Hammondsport R. D. ; Frank

Clipped from Democrat and Chronicle31 Oct 1940, ThuPage 34

Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York)31 Oct 1940, ThuPage 34
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