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Soldier's Discharge Record





Filed: February 4th, 1926, 2:40 P. M.

Fee: None


To all to whom it may concern:

This is to certify,  That Oscar Arnold Bolsinger, Private Co. M. 350th Inf., National Army is hereby Discharged from the military service of the United States by reason of Having been accepted for service by the Local Board for Clayton County, Iowa, reported at the Camp for duty, and having been later exempted from the military service by the District Board for the Northern district of the State of Iowa, his discharge from the service is directed, per D. S. O. #70, Hds. 88 Div. Nov. 2, 1919

Said Oscar Arnold Bolsinger, was born in Graham, in the State of Iowa.
When enlisted he was 29 years of age and by occupation a farmer. He had blue eyes, Light brown hair, fair complexion, and was 5 feet 6 3/4 inches in height.
Given under my hand at Camp Dodge this 3rd day of Nov., on thousand nine hundred and seventeen.

J. Price              

  Colonel 350th Infantry, Comanding  
Washington, D. C. Jun. 3, 1919.  Paid 60 dollars under Act of Congress, approved February 24th, 1919.

C. E. Gray, Major Q. M. Corps

Name: Oscar Arnold Bolsinger  Grade:  Pvt. Enlisted:  Sep. 18, at Elkader, Ia.
 Serving in first enlistment period at date of discharge. Prior service: None
 Noncommissioned officer: No. Marksmanship, gunner qualification or rating: None
Battles, engagements, skirmishes, expeditions:  None Horsemanship: None
Knowledge of any vocation: Farming Wounds recieved in service: None
Physical condition when discharged: Good Married or Single: Married
Typhoid prophylaxis completed: Yes Paratyphoid prophylaxis Completed:  -----------------



Remarks -------.

Signiture of soldier: Oscar Bolsinger
Is not recommended for reenlistment.
  Robert T. Burns  
  Commanding co. M. 350th Inf.  
    Camp Dodge, Ia
    Nov. 7, 1917
    Paid in Full $53.11
    Due 205 miles 13 1/2 cents Per mi.
    C. S. Nieland
    Capt. Quartermaster, U. S. A.


~ source: Clayton County, Iowa Discharges. LDS microfilm #1516914 Item #6

~transcribed by Constance Diamond