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Coleman, Robert H.—Bob was a member of the famous 34th Infantry Division. He served in Africa and Italy.
Reynolds, Henry Dale—Dale enlisted at St. Louis, Missouri, and received his early training at Murray, Kentucky, and Edmond, Oklahoma. He attended radio school at Auburn, Alabama, for five months. He was assigned to the U. S. S. McKinley, a communications ship. Dale was in the action at Peleliu, and nearby islands.
Ruth Thornton Chance furnished the information for the history of the Zearing Service Organization.
|Manly E. Dakins||Dwight Elmo Johnson|
|Dr. Catherine Robinson||Vida Johnson Tisdale|
|Ruth Thornton Chance||Agnes Kurth Cerka|
|Ray M. Lightfoot||Hazel Adams Lund|
|Guy W. Clatterbuck||Rev. Roy E. Kerney|
Minute Maids were selected to solicit memberships and to serve as waitresses at suppers sponsored by the organization. The Minute Maids were:
|Virginia Steelman||Jeannette Johnson|
|Jean Twentier||Martha Varnum|
|Margaret Mallet||Katherine Varnum|
|Barbara Carmody||Mary Sparrow|
|Jeanette Reese||Dorothy Madison|
|El Jean Carver||Shirley Brown|
On November 1, 1942, the Memorial Plaque was dedicated. The names of all the local service men and women were inscribed on the Memorial Plaque. W. S. Rupe of Ames, Iowa, delivered the dedication address. Rev. Kerney gave the invocation. Music was furnished by the high school band.
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