Great War Helmet, 1914-1918.


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Naval Discharge



Filed for Record August 14th, 1962 at 2:44 P. M.

Bernice Carpenter                 Recorder.

Reference No. Fee:     -----






              THIS IS TO CERTIFY That   Jacobi, Frank J.   154-15-21 a Seaman 2c Prov, this date has been discharged from the U. S. S. NINTH NAVAL DISTRICT and the U. S. Naval Reserve Force, Class 4 a Fireman 2nd Con 104-11-97 this date has been discharged from the U. S. S. Ninth Naval District and the U. S. Naval Reserve Force, Class 4, by reason of HONORABLE DISCHARGED FROM THE U. S. NAVAL RESERVE FORCE     30th of September 1921, IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALNAV 67.

      is recommended for reenlistment.    Rating best qualified to fill,  S2c

Dated this 30th day of September, 1921,  at  Great Lakes, Ill.

Character of discharge    Honorable



E. F. Bilson
    E. F. Bilson
    By direction



Scale of Marks: 0: Bad 1: Indifferent 3: Fair 4: Good 5: Very Good  
Name: Jacobi, Frank J. Rate:  S2c Enrolled: May 7, 1918
at  Des Moines   for   4 years Previous naval service:   years; Previous Naval Reserve Service:


Served apprenticeship Gun Captain certificate:
Certificate graduation P. O. School: Seaman Gunner: Trade:
Citizenship:  US Rating held during enrollment: S2c  
Proficiency: 3 Sobriety:  4 Obedience: 4
Average standing for term of enrollment: 3.6 Special qualifications: --




Where born: Belle Plaine, Ia. Date: Nov. 2, 1896 Age: 25 years  10 months
Height: 5 feet, 9 1/2 inches Weight:   156 lbs. Eyes: Bl 11     Hair: Bro
Complexion: Rud      
Personal characteristics, marks, etc.: Ant S3/4 1 chin. m.r.f.a.  sS1/2" d. both knee. Post both knee. Post many S neck.
Percentage of time on sick list during enrollment: None
Is physically qualified for reenlistment.
Not present for Examination.


R. V. Stoyer
    C. Ph., U. S. N. R.F.

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I hereby certify that the above named/has been paid  -- dollars -- cents ($ --) in full to date.   -- 19--
Signiture Paymaster


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

~transcribed by Constance Diamond