Sixteen Men Enter Army

Recruiting Office Here Announces Enlistments Received in September

The United States army recruiting office, Room 64, United States courthouse building on Laurel street, reports the following enlistments for the first 20 days of September:

Kelly D. HinsonCamdenField ArtilleryFort Bragg
Robert L. YoungCassattField ArtilleryFort Bragg
Oliver H. PraterBatesburgField ArtilleryFort Bragg
Cecil H. SceleyBlaneyField ArtilleryFort Bragg
John A. HarmonLykeslandOrdnance DepartmentFort Bragg
Wallace S. HollomanCamdenField ArtilleryFort Bragg
Eddie Riley, Jr. ColumbiaInfantryFort Moultrie
Parnell K. DayBatesburgInfantryFort Moultrie
William E. LindseyWest ColumbiaCoast ArtilleryHawaii
Edward C. PowersGreat FallsCoast ArtilleryHawaii
Ansel L. ToddColumbiaInfantryHawaii
John C. JoynerBishopvilleCoast ArtilleryHawaii
Joe McMillenChesterEngineersHawaii
William C. DixonBrainbridge, Ga.,InfantryHawaii
David L. RossLone StarMedical departmentHawaii

Previous servicemen discharged less than three years who have signed up for the regular army reserve this week include;

Charles T. Murray, Pr.1328 Lady StreetColumbia
James E. Keefe105 Williams StreetColumbia
Charles A. Dean1121 College StreetColumbia
Harold L. CartinRoute 3Swansea

Vacancies existing at the army recruiting office today are as follows; two infantry, Hawaii; four infantry, Fort Moultrie, and four field artillery, Fort Bragg, N. C.

September 21, 1938  State (published as The State)  Columbia, South Carolina
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