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THE STORY OF THE 




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RAYMOND WALTERS 






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PALMER PUTNAM 


JOHN KIRBY 




ARTHUR BAER 


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This book Was prepared and published for the 
F. A. C. O. T. S. Association by its Editorial 
Committee. It is the property of the Associa- 
tion and is sold slightly above the actual cost 
of production. Such profits, if any, as may 
accrue will go to the Association treasury. 



PREFACE 

rHE biggest university in the world." 
That is what we had at Camp Taylor. For F. A. C. O. T. S. contained more undergraduates 
than any other educational institution of record. Not "mail order" students, mind you, but actual 
resident workers. As to work — well, no one could put more mental and physical energy into twelve weeks 
than did each and every one of the embryo officers. As we remember, there wasn't much choice about that — it 
was work and make good, or quit. And there were mighty few quitters. 

F. A. C. 0. T. S., with its record of large accomplishments, is an example of what America did, and can do 
again, in national emergency. And we believe that all of us who had a share, however small, in the institu- 
tion's initial success, owe it to ourselves and to our country to carry on its spirit and foster interest in all those 
things for which it stood. 

To do that is our duty and our pleasure. If the Call should come again — which God grant it may not — we, 
at least, shall be ready. And we shall do our share to keep the country ready. 

So much for the serious side. Who of us ever can forget the other side — the pleasurable memories of 
F. A. C. 0. T. S., with its new friendships and fresh experiences. These, too, we would keep alive. As the years 
roll on, memories of the School, of what we did there and of the friends we made there, will be among our 
happiest. 

The purpose of this book is to preserve in tangible form something of all this, as well as to provide a con- 
venient roster of the alumni. In it we have tried to create a lasting and appropriate souvenir of the School, in 
keeping with what it meant to all of us, and with the service it rendered the nation. 

For the shortcomings of the volume we ask your indulgence. If it helps us to pull together for the best 
interests of our country and our service, to renew happy memories and to keep alive new friendships, it will have 
served its purpose. 

John Kirbt, 

George Palmer Putnam, 
Editorial Committee. 



FOREWORD 

IT is a sincere pleasure to contribute a foreword to "The Story of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training 
School." The history of this institution is not, as we had earlier expected, a closed book. The School 
is to go on. It will have a changed scope and schedule. But it will continue the name and, I trust, the 
standards and traditions that were set in the eventful months of which this volume is so truthful and vivid a 
record. 

The appeal of this book should be a fairly general one. It certainly will interest serious students of mili- 
tary and patriotic affairs as one revelation of how the best of America's manhood came forward in the hour of 
the nation's need. 

The appeal will, of course, be most striking to our alumni body — the twenty thousand men who represent 
the splendid product of the F. A. C. O. T. S. You alumni who came to the School, I say frankly, were from the 
best of America's manhood. You gave everything you had, and you made good splendidly. Above all, you 
helped demonstrate that once America has time to catch her breath and properly organize, we can meet an 
emergency adequately. Above all, you showed that we can turn out officers who are a credit to the Flag and 
to our branch of the service. 

It was a large undertaking, to get under way an educational institution whose enrollment, in the sixth 
month of its existence, exceeded 14,000. And it is a satisfaction to testify that the measure of its success was 
very largely due to the fine spirit, keen intelligence, and indefatigable industry of the candidates. Without your 
grit and whole-souled enthusiasm we could never have made the start we did. 

As you know, I have from the first heartily approved the formation of the Alumni Association. In all ways 
it is a thoroughly desirable undertaking, and the results already obtained are a source of keen satisfaction to 
all of us whose hearts were in the School work and whose hopes are for the adequate development and recogni- 
tion of Field Artillery. 

It is an appropriate tribute to the lasting spirit of the F. A. C. O. T. S. that the Association has started out 
so strongly. I sincerely hope that every alumnus will " stay with it, " and that those not already members will 
join. An organization of this character can be, and should be, a power for good in the nation as well as a source 
of individual pleasure to its members. 

The School, and those associated with it, are to be congratulated, I feel, upon the production of this book. 
I am sure that in years to come it will be a source of recurrent entertainment and interest to all of us, and a 
valued souvenir of a vital part of our experiences in the Great War. 

Arthub H. Carter, 
Colonel F. A. 



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A MESSAGE TO MEMBERS OE THE F. A. C. O. T. S. ASSOCIATION 

by 
William J. Snow. Major General, F. A., Chief of Field Artillery 

TE office of the Chief of Field Artillery was established February 10, 1918, and I assumed the duties of 
the office the same day. During the ten months that had elapsed since the beginning of the War, condi- 
tions in the Field Artillery had become somewhat chaotic. This was a matter of more or less common 
knowledge. 

Investigation was at once begun by the Chief to determine the principal defects in the Field Artillery in 
order that suitable remedies might be applied and a comprehensive scheme of training devised and promulgated. 
General and specific questions were sent out by the office to all centers of Artillery activity and the replies tabu- 
lated. From these replies, it became apparent that one of the greatest obstacles to progress lay in the general 
lack of training possessed by the officers. Instructors did not exist to an appreciable extent. It was a case of 
" the blind leading the blind. " After consideration of the whole question, a " General Scheme for Field Artillery 
Training both Commissioned and Enlisted " was prepared by the Chief of Field Artillery and presented to the 
Chief of Staff on March 27th. 

Among other important things, it was recommended in this scheme that a Central Officers Training Camp 
for candidate officers of the Field Artillery be opened and that the plan of training officer candidates in Divisional 
Camps be abandoned. Among the arguments set forth in this memorandum were the following: 

"The advantages of this concentration over the present method of training and selection in the different 
Divisional Training Camps and the first two series of Officers Training Camps, are the following: 

" (a) It insures a uniformity in the preliminary training of officers not otherwise obtainable. 

" (b) It enables us to select men for commission according to one fixed standard, thereby securing both 
justice to the candidates and a uniform standard of fitness in the interests of the government. 

" (c) It economizes the number of necessary instructors. 

" (d) It economizes the amount of necessary material of all sorts, most of which is not now available at the 
Divisional Camps. 

" (e) From information at hand in this office it appears that the Field Artillery instruction in the present 
series of Training Camps has been conducted in almost every instance by a reserve officer, who has had practi- 
cally no experience other than that gained at a preceding training camp. The lack of equipment and the 

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insufficient number of trained Field Artillery instructors at these preceding camps have in no way qualified the 
present instructors for their duties or heavy responsibilities. The results obtained have fallen far short of what 
might have been expected had these Schools been combined and the instruction coordinated under competent 
Field Artillery officers and also coordinated with the School of Fire. It must be borne in mind that the report 
of the Inspector General after his inspection of all Artillery Brigades has revealed a deplorable condition. It is, 
therefore, too much to expect that Schools conducted by instructor personnel drawn from these brigades could 
be productive of anything but mediocre results. Such a system is intolerable and if continued will result in each 
class of candidates being turned out more poorly equipped for the duties of Field Artillery officers than the one 
preceding. " 

This memorandum, following War Department procedure, was referred to different Committees and in 
order to expedite it Major R. H. Channing of the Chief of Field Artillery's office was detailed to follow it around, 
answer inquiries concerning it, try to remove objections, and keep the Chief of Field Artillery in touch with 
developments. 

The Chief of Staff, however, was advised that the Divisional Training Camps were functioning and that it 
was impracticable to discontinue them at that time. Accordingly on April 14th, the question was settled as 
follows: "The General Scheme for Training of Field Artillery is approved, except the concentration of enlisted 
candidates for commission at one place and their separation from their commands. Approval has already been 
given to the Divisional Training School for these candidates." 

Later the Chief of Field Artillery renewed his application for a Central Officers Training School and, in 
addition, the need for such a School for Infantry and Machine Gun Officers became increasingly apparent also. 
In the Coast Artillery matters went more smoothly and the training of candidate officers was more intelligently 
handled. From the very first this arm had a Central Officers Training School at Fort Monroe. 

The question finally came to a head again in a memorandum to the Chief of Staff dated May 18th, from the 
head of the Department that had been strongest in opposition. In this memorandum the officer who had been 
the strongest factor in opposition to establishing the Central Officers Training School, reversed himself and 
recommended such schools for each arm. This memorandum was approved on or about May 20th, some 
fifty -two days after the Chief of Field Artillery had originally urged a Central Officers Training School as neces- 
sary. This officer now said : 

"This action is recommended for the following reasons: first, because while it is contemplated that the 
divisional schools will be carried on without regard to where the divisions are located, there is more or less 
question as to whether or not this will be practicable, as it is not improbable that when a division reaches France 
conditions will be such that it will be impracticable to continue the training course: second, because if these 
schools are carried on to a conclusion the men who are finally found qualified for commissions will not be avail- 
able for use in this country, unless they are returned from France. They will not be needed there and will be 
wanted here. " 

It is interesting to note that the compelling reasons given were not the inefficient training given in Divisional 

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Training Camps but because the divisions were moving overseas, and the Divisional Training Schools would 
either have to be taken along or left stranded. To the Field Artillery, however, the important thing is that for 
the first time since war was declared over a year ago, the Field Artillery was to be allowed to train its own 
officers. 

The usual delays occurred before the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School was finally established. 
The courses in general terms had been worked out long before. The delays occurred in getting Camp Zachary 
Taylor turned over to the Field Artillery. This was finally done by moving the 84th Division to Chillicothe, 
Ohio, and establishing at Camp Zachary Taylor the Officers School and the Field Artillery Replacement Depot. 
The personnel for the School was approved by higher authority on June 6th, and on June 24th the School was 
opened exactly 89 days after the Chief of Field Artillery had originally asked for authority to establish such a 
Central Officers Training School for candidate officers. 

In determining the curriculum or course of instruction, the basic idea was to teach only the absolute essen- 
tials. The whole idea was to so equip a graduate that he could perform his duties as a commissioned officer 
fairly efficiently immediately upon graduation, and to lay a military foundation upon which he could build. 
"Time was of the essence," as the lawyers say, and a compromise was necessary between what it was desired 
to teach and the length of time that could be devoted to this purpose. In working the matter out, considerable 
help was obtained from a paper prepared by Major General Summerall in the summary of 1917, immediately 
upon his return from a visit to the European battle front, recommending the details of a school course His 
recommendations were compared with the requirements that had been prescribed by the War Department in 
the Training Camps that were now to be replaced by the Central School. The Chief of Field Artillery also had 
some ideas based on his experience with Training Camps graduates in the brigade he had recently commanded 
and his observation of the Training Camp then in progress at the camp he had just left. 

These ideas were submitted to Colonel A. H. Carter, E. A., whom the Chief had selected to be commandant 
of the new school, and who was then on duty in the Chief's office. The details of the school structure such as 
number of instructors, amount and character of equipment, etc., were left entirely to Colonel Carter to work 
out. His selection for the work was a most fortunate one, and the high character of his services in planning the 
details and producing the results are too well known to the members of the F. A. C. O. T. S. to need any remark 
on my part, further than to express my thanks to him for the excellent character of his work and to state that 
too much credit cannot be given him. 

One man seldom mentioned in connection with the School, but who is entitled to great credit, is Major R. L. 
Bacon, who was on duty in my office and who worked early and late in overcoming difficulties to make it a 
success. For it must be realized that no school can be created from nothing and attain the size and character 
this one did in a few months, without difficult questions arising. When Major Bacon left for the School of Fire, 
he was succeeded in the Chief's office by Major R. E. Coulson who was one of the original instructors at the 
School. Colonel Coulson continued the excellent work of Major Bacon. 

No doubt there are many men who assisted Colonel Carter most ably and to whom he will give credit for 

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their work. I am only trying at present to mention those with whom I came in direct contact more or less con- 
tinuously during the life of the School. 

The following named officers who were on duty in the office of the Chief of Field Artillery assisted in the 
establishment and development of the School, and I am gratified to learn that their services have been recognized 
by their election as honorary members of the F. A. C. O. T. S. Association: Brigadier-General George R. Allin, 
Colonels Ralph McT. Pennell and Edward P. King, Jr., and Majors Robert L. Bacon and Roscoe H. Channing, 
Jr. I desire to take this occasion to thank the members of the Association for my own election as an honorary 
member. I shall always prize this honor very highly and hope that I may always be associated with them. 

So much for the inception of the School, now for the student personnel. There was much competition 
among the different arms of the service to secure suitable enlisted men for the training schools. It was per- 
fectly apparent to the Chief of Field Artillery that the demand would soon exceed the supply from this source. 
He therefore determined to get in civilians also. In fact, he wanted to place his main dependence on civilians. 
It will be recalled that the draft, however, at the time that the School was established was from 21 to 30 and 
there was no provision of law by which a man over the latter age could get into the Field Artillery. The country 
was full of men anxious and willing to serve, physically and mentally qualified, but who had no way of getting into 
the service because of their age. Many, of these men were the finest in this country, successful business men, 
possessing in a large measure the essential qualifications of leadership. Such men were especially desirable for 
the higher grades in the Field Artillery, and it was perfectly apparent that as time went on, more and more 
officers would be needed for the higher grades. This was both due to the necessity of replacing losses and also 
the organization of new activities. 

The Chief searched long and hard for some authority of law by which he could get these older men into the 
Training School but he was unsuccessul until the law was amended by extending the draft age from 19 to 45. 
Then these older men were taken in in large numbers. From the very first, however, efforts were made to get 
the maximum number of suitable civilians into the School. At the same time no worthy enlisted man was 
denied the privilege, — on the contrary, telegrams were sent out combing the Divisions to see whether any good 
man had been overlooked or was being concealed by his battery commander, on account of difficulty in replacing 
him in his present duties. Incidentally it may be stated that quite a number of men were uncovered in this 
way. To secure civilians in suitable numbers and of the right caliber, the Military Training Camps Association 
was utilized and right loyally did it respond. The amount and character and value of the work done by this 
Association at considerable financial sacrifice to themselves is difficult to overstate. They organized committees 
in practically every city and town in the country of over 50,000 population and these committees selected 
candidates for the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School. So well did they do their work that later 
this Association was utilized to secure candidates for training schools of the other arms also. 

One of the questions that called for early solution was that of the rank to be given the successful candidates 
upon graduation. It was proposed by some officers that commissions upon graduation be in grades from Second 
Lieutenant to Major, both inclusive. This proposition did not meet with approval by the Chief of Field Artil- 

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lery, who considered that the facilities for graduating men at the School were of necessity and always would be 
entirely too inadequate to justify such a wide distinction in rank. Such a procedure would result in great injury 
to some of the officers themselves and seriously interfere with the efficiency of the service. He decided that a 
better and more just plan would be to graduate everybody as a Second Lieutenant and then, by a system of 
promotion by selection, promote individuals as they showed their ability in actually performing the duties of a 
commissioned officer in command of troops. In actual application this plan worked out satisfactorily for, upon 
the organization of a new brigade, more than the total number of officers needed were always sent, the greater 
majority being Second Lieutenants and the Brigade Commander was directed to observe all officers closely 
irrespective of rank and make recommendations for promotion, so as to adjust the rank and fill the different 
grades. In other words the entire idea was to adjust rank on merit only, after opportunity had been afforded all 
officers to show their worth. 

Now as to the School, itself. It was a success from the very start. Wide publicity was given, applications 
to join poured in, candidates were selected with the utmost care, and a most excellent tone and spirit prevailed. 
One of the reasons for this was that even before the School was started the Chief aimed to have the selection of 
candidates made at the School and not in his office in Washington. Too many people came to this city in war 
times; consequently as soon as all records could be moved to Camp Taylor they were sent there. The result is 
that to the best of my knowledge absolutely no pressure of any kind influenced the final question of taking a 
candidate into the School. I consider it one of the most successful institutions of the war. It became the larg- 
est school in the world. It is one of the many Field Artillery activities of this war that I am proud of. Its 
success is due to many officers who worked on the problem, to the civilians who assisted them, and to the candi- 
dates and graduates themselves. My part consisted in assisting in the establishing of the School, laying down 
the broad lines for it, making the judicious selections of assistants to carry it out, backing them up and keeping 
it coordinated with other Field Artillery activities. 

At the time this School was proposed the Field Artillery had a surplus of about 2500 officers but a look into 
the future showed that this surplus would soon disappear and a deficit take its place. Furthermore it was 
apparent that this deficit would run up into the thousands unless rigorous measures were applied. It was diffi- 
cult to convince some people of this fact, yet, actually, the deficit soon came and continued to the signing of the 
armistice. This deficit would have disappeared early in January of the present year and thereafter a surplus 
would have resulted. This could be maintained and adjusted by merely regulating the intake of the School. 

No school that I have ever heard of reached such success in such a short time. Many commendatory 
comments came to the Chief's office, these even included some from officers of foreign armies who inspected the 
School and were most pleased with it, and I believe these comments were justified. 

The ideal toward which I was striving in the education of Field Artillery officers was to give the officers 
immediately upon graduating from the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School a tour of duty at a 
Replacement Depot in actually handling, training, feeding, clothing, and caring for enlisted men and then send 
these officers through the School of Fire at Fort Sill. After that they would be assigned in either the brigades 

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being organized in this country or be sent directly to France as replacements. This plan would have given an 
officer about eight months' training before he really got into the game and would, I am sure, have produced 
entirely efficient officers even if the previous intensive courses at the Field Artillery Central Officers Training 
School produced no remarkable results. But the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School did actually 
produce excellent results. This was shown by the fact that the first class of the Field Artillery Central Officers 
School graduating from the School of Fire was reported by the Commandant at this latter School to be the best 
class that had gone through the School since the beginning of the war. 

Now a word as to the future. I am greatly gratified at the permanent organization of the Association of 
the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School. This act is a continuation of the fine spirit that prevailed 
during the life of the School. Don't lose this feeling; don't lose interest in the Field Artillery. Business cares 
and worries and distractions of civil life will dim the recollections of the Field Artillery. This is inevitable. 
But on the other hand war recollections, school and college memories, friendships formed under the close daily 
associations of student life are the most treasured thoughts we have in later life. This is a hard, prosaic world 
but sentiment, thank God, can never be entirely eliminated. The Germans tried to do it. They became 
materialistic in the extreme. When a man or a nation concentrates thought entirely on creature welfare and the 
physical things of life, the spiritual is killed and the soul is destroyed. Men offer their lives in battle for senti- 
ment — not for the few dollars per month of pay. 

Let us all then treasure our recollections of the Camp Taylor Field Artillery Central Officers Training 
School more and more instead of less and less as years go by. And we have a right to do this. Had the war con- 
tinued another year the influence of this School would have been felt strongly. By early summer the majority 
of our Field Artillery officers would have been graduates of this School, and under these conditions where the 
majority of the officers are graduates of one single school, imbued with its sentiments, these men would have set 
the pace in the Field Artillery. I am glad to say that a great many of the graduates are accepting commissions 
in the Field Artillery Reserve Corps. I hope more will do so. Conditions surrounding a Reserve Corps 
commission are rather vague and uncertain just now, but this is of course characteristic of all things military 
at present. I hope to see a greater army in the United States after this war than we had before — not for 
purposes of conquest but for purposes of protection of the United States, and I hope it will be a drafted army. 
I hope we shall never go back to a permanent regular army except one of the minimum size necessary for 
purposes of police and furnishing instructor personnel for universal training. The millennium has not yet 
reached here. The lion and lamb cannot yet lie down together unless the lamb is inside the lion. 

We hope and expect, with reason, a better world after the present war; but I cannot subscribe to the 
doctrine that this is the last war — such statements have probably followed on the heels of every war the world 
has ever had. As long as men will fight, so sooner or later nations will also. What we should do is to realize 
this and be ready. One of our greatest handicaps in the present war was the lack of trained officers in the 
Field Artillery; this extended even to the lack of instructors to do the training. The only way this can be 
avoided is by the organization of a Reserve Corps in time of peace, with as much practical training as the 

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individuals thereof can devote to it. I am in hopes that in any reorganization after the war, legislation will 
make the position in the Field Artillery Reserve Corps attractive enough to secure large numbers of men and 
the course thorough enough to really qualify the Reserve officer for active duties. This latter is going to be 
difficult to accomplish, for more and more war tends to specialization in the individual and more and more to 
complexity in the mass. 

It is going to be difficult to foresee what knowledge and how much an officer will have to possess. But 
there are certain fundamentals that never change and these at least we can inculcate and keep fresh in the 
minds of the Reserve officer. He should be offered opportunity to attend certain Field Artillery schools 
that will have to be maintained, and be required to attend and participate in certain practical work yearly 
and be afforded further opportunities to the full extent of time each particular individual can spare. All of 
us who were unsuccessful in getting to the front in this war are feeling bitterly disappointed just now. We feel 
that our luck was against us. But this keen disappointment will lose its edge as time rolls on, and a feeling of 
more and more pride in belonging to the Field Artillery in some capacity will replace it, as the deeds of our arm 
become known. 

Our Field Artillery has made an enviable record — it has few apologies to make. No other arm suffered 
so many handicaps in this war as the Field Artillery — and consequently none can take more pride in its 
achievements. The cessation of fighting is of such recent date that reports have not yet come in. If I had 
them I would add them to this article. But field artillerymen are returning now from France, and in a short 
time we should be able to get facts and occurrences from them. When this happens, I hope The Probable 
Error will publish these tales of eyewitnesses — and when this is done I feel sure that every graduate of the Field 
Artillery Central Officers Training School will congratulate himself on his choice of an arm of the service. 



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THE STORY OF THE SCHOOL 



CAPTAIN RAYMOND WALTERS 




CONTENTS 



CHAPTER 

I. — "Here Wb Served' 



PAGE 

19 



II. — The Genesis of the Officers Training School 

Idea 21 

III.— The Beginning of the F.A.C.O.T.S. ... 25 

IV. — Organization 30 

V. — A Statistical History of the School . 37 

VI. — The Observation Batteries .... 48 

VII. — Scope and Details of the Training Course . 54" 

VIII. — The Field Training Battalion ... 58 

IX. — The Senior Instructor's Office ... 61 

X. — Five Main Departments 64 

XI. — Grading System of the F.A.C.O.T.S. . 69 

XII. — Statistical Analyses of Grades ... 73 

XIII. — The Personnel Office 80 

XIV. — The Supply Department, Permanent Training 

Personnel, etc 84 



XV.— The Civilian Application Office 
XVI. — The Spirit of the School 
XVII. — The Future of the School 
The Caisson Song .... 
F.A.D.R.— Revised .... 
School of the Squad . . . 
How to Mount a Horse 



. 89 

. 93 

94 

95 

99 

. 100 

. 101 



The Tragedy of a Twisted Tongue 
The Wooden Horses and the Poets 
The Talcum Powder Shave 
Ain't it Hard? 



page 
105 

107 
108 
110 



Grooming by Detail 102 

Little Boy Blooey-Blooey ..... 105 



Why? 110 

A Runt in the Army ....... Ill 

Comic Opera Heroes ....... 113 

The Fordhorse 114 

Love Letters of a Candidate 117 

Back Home 126 

Those Dot-Dashbd Buttonb 128 

Nothing to do but Work ..... 130 

A Day's Work at West Point . .... 131 

Highly Doubtful 132 

For the Guard at West Point 132 

Wail of a "Flu" Patient 133 

Up the Flu 133 

At the End of a ? ? Day 133 

Helmet with Lightning Rod ..... 134 

The Fourth Lieutenant ...... 134 

Muzzle Bursts ........ 135 

The F.A.C.O.T. S. Association 143 

An Artilleryman's Creed 149 

Roster of the School 151 



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CHAPTER I 

"Here We Served" 

ON a cool, Kentucky-blue-sky day in June, 1918, two Field Artillery officers stepped out from an olive- 
drab army automobile at Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky, and, after a preliminary look at the nearby 
empty barracks, entered a frame infirmary that was to be used as a headquarters. The officers were 
Arthur H. Carter (then Lieutenant Colonel), who had been directed by the Chief of Field Artillery to organize 
and command a school for training Field Artillery candidate officers, and A. C. Goodyear (then Major), the 
first Adjutant and the first Executive Officer of the School. 

On a rare, spring-like day in February, 1919, Colonel Carter and staff officers left this same head- 
quarters building to attend the graduating exercises of the last class in the war-time regime of the Field 
Artillery Central Officers Training School. 

In these months from June to February there was begun, built, and dismantled at Camp Taylor a machine 
for training Field Artillery officer material, a machine that was a typical part of the larger American army 
machine which functioned so vitally in the struggle overseas. Because it was typical of the army organization 
and because it had in addition certain distinctive aspects, the record attained by the Field Artillery Central 
Officers Training School in its eight months merits a place in the history of the nineteen months of American 
participation in the World War. 

In this record three achievements stand out: 

1. The Field Artillery Central Officers Training School, in common with the similar schools of other arms 
of the service, gave evidence that American manhood responds in an emergency to the most rigorous demands. 
One of the points on which the late Imperial German Government was pleased to discount America's entry into 
the war was her supposed incapacity to produce officers to command a large army. The central officers training 
schools were devised by the General Staff as the answer of the United States upon this particular point. Both 
as to quality and quantity the product surprised the world. 

2. The Field Artillery Central Officers Training School, through the success of its graduates, demonstrated 
the value of the principles upon which it was organized — centralization, standardization, and emphasis upon 
fundamentals. 

3. Upon the foundation of the educational system and methods evolved in this war-time institution, a 

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basic artillery school is now being developed which will continue the name of the Central Officers Training 
School as a living factor in the development of the Field Artillery and as a force in the Army. 

To these may be added several points of minor but pertinent interest. 

In consequence of the thoroughgoing application of the principle of centralization, the Field Artillery 
Central Officers Training School became the largest educational institution in the world, with a maximum 
student body of more than 14,000. Size, of course, is not important, merely as size. But in a world war, in 
which the magnitude of armies exceeded anything ever known before, it was merely "in scale" to have an 
officers training school so large. Beyond this, there was, as has been indicated, a purpose in deciding to forego 
certain advantages which smaller educational units ordinarily possess. The mission of this School was large- 
scale production of second lieutenants of Field Artillery. The great size of the F. A. C. O. T. S. was due to the 
desire for unity of aim and execution in accomplishing this mission. 

From the viewpoint of the Field Artillery arm, the School yielded several important results: 

It furnished a large number of qualified second lieutenants at a stage of the war when the Field Artillery 
was in critical need of them. 

It supplied a large body of reserve corps officers who represent an asset to the Field Artillery and the Army. 

Through its thousands of alumni and their thousands of friends, the F. A. C. O. T. S. has immensely widened 
popular understanding of the purpose and importance of the Field Artillery. 

The School brought out an encyclopedic textbook, Field Artillery Instruction Memoranda, a volume that is 
a valuable contribution to the literature of the Field Artillery. 

Finally — and in a democracy this point is most significant — the Field Artillery Central Officers Training 
School has meant to its thousands of students an experience that is an enrichment of their lives. From all parts 
of the country and from many callings they came to Camp Taylor, with one common impulse of service to the 
country. They met drudgery, drill, and discipline. This School, with its standards of thoroughness, alertness, 
and honor, compelled its students to energize up to the maximum. They had to work physically and mentally 
as they had never worked before. Spurred by the spirit that burned in every battery they achieved results, these 
candidate officers of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School, of which they are rightfully proud. 

The very fact that to most of them the goal of service overseas was denied by a sudden peace enhances in 
their minds the service at the School which they were able to give. To the alumni of the F. A. C. O. T. S. their 
Camp Taylor days have a significance approaching the spiritual. "This was where we did our bit. Here we 
served." Now that they are back in civil life, factors again in the business of America, they are not forgetful 
of the training and the soldierly tradition gained at the F. A. C. O. T. S. 

To these men the story of their military alma mater means much. They want it. They have asked for it. 
Here it is. 



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CHAPTER II 

The Genesis of the Officers Training School Idea 

THE conception of intensive courses for the training of picked men as officers clearly dates back to an ex- 
periment of the General Staff of the Army six years ago. On May 10, 1913, — more than a year before 
the Great War began and practically four years before the United States entered it, — Major General 
Leonard Wood, then Chief of Staff, addressed to college and university presidents of the country a circular 
letter stating: 

"1. The Secretary of War has decided to hold two experimental military camps of instruction for 
students of educational institutions during the coming summer vacation period. Should these camps 
prove a success, it is intended to hold them annually, one in each of the four sections of the country. 

"2. The object of these camps is, primarily, to increase the present inadequate personnel of the trained 
military reserve of the United States by a class of men from whom, in time of a national emergency, a large 
proportion of the commissioned officers will probably be drawn, and upon whose military judgment at such 
a time the lives of many other men will in a measure depend. 

"The object is not in any way one of military aggrandizement, but as a means of meeting a vital need 
confronting a peaceful, unmilitary, though warlike nation to preserve that desired peace and prosperity 
by the best known precaution, viz.: a more thorough preparation and equipment to resist any effort to 
break such peace." 

In response to General Wood's request for cooperation, a number of heads of educational institutions 
urged their students to attend. The two camps of July and August, 1913, at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and at 
Monterey, California, proved "a great success, " as the Secretary of War said in his annual report of that year. 
There were 667 students at the four camps held in the summer of 1914, at Burlington, Vermont, Ludington, 
Michigan, Asheville, North Carolina, and Monterey, California. 

In November, 1913, there was organized an Advisory Committee of University Presidents to aid the Gov- 
ernment in forwarding the training camps movement, with Dr. John Grier Hibben of Princeton as Chairman 
and Dr. Henry Sturgis Drinker of Lehigh University as Secretary. This committee, originally composed of nine 
members, was enlarged in succeeding years to nineteen and now comprises the heads of the following institu- 
tions: Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Cornell, Williams, Lehigh, Stevens, Vanderbilt, Virginia Military Institute, 

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Catholic University of America, the State Universities of New York, Michigan, Alabama, California, Illinois, 
Ohio, Minnesota, Colorado and Washington. 

Upon the basis of an organization started by students who attended the Gettysburg camp of July, 1913, 
"The Society of the National Reserve Corps of the United States," and similar organizations at later students' 
and business men's camps, was developed the Military Training Camps Association of the United States. The 
work of this Association, which was a great aid in securing attendance from desirable civilian sources for the 
Field Artillery Central Officers Training School, will be outlined in Chapter XV of this book. 

The summer of 1915 saw the inauguration by the War Department of military training camps for business 
men, including the famous camp at Plattsburg, New York. Because of the prominence of many of its citizen 
soldiers this camp attracted wide-spread attention to the whole movement. The business men's camps attend- 
ance totaled 1,825, and the students' camps of the same summer, 1,066. 

The record of 1916 was thus presented by Dr. Drinker, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Mili- 
tary Training Camps Association: 

"In 1916 camps for students were held with attendance of 3,316 at Plattsburg; 1,166 at Fort Terry, New 
York (boys), and 125 at American Lake; for business men at Plattsburg with attendance of 1,387 at the first 
camp and 3,281 at the second. Following these, camps composed of both students and business men were 
held at Plattsburg, attendance at the firstcamp being 3,214 andat the second, 1,000; also at Fort Oglethorpe, 
Georgia, first camp, 335; second camp, 221; at Monterey, 1,094; at Fort Douglas, Utah, 579, and at Fort 
Sam Houston, Texas, 421 — a total attendance at all camps for 1916 of 16,139. The total attendance in the 
four years at all camps from the military departments of the country was as follows : 

Eastern Department 16,917 

Western " 2,325 

Central " 771 

Southern " 421 

20,434" 

These earliest summer camps of the War Department have significance because they pointed the way in 
which "a peaceful, unmilitary, though warlike nation" could work in facing the problem of officer material in 
an exigency, thereby sounding the death knell of the century-old volunteer system. It cannot be told whether 
the English and French military authorities were acquainted with the American camps of the summers of 1913 
and 1914. It is a fact that both of these nations upon the outbreak of the war established camps for the 
training of officers. 

Following the declaration of war with Germany on April 6, 1917, the so-called First Officers Training 
Camps were announced by the War Department, under authorization granted by the National Defense Act of 

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THE PIECE IN FULL RECOIL 







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June 22, 1916. They were started on May 15, 1917, and conducted for three months at thirteen points as 
follows: Plattsburg Barracks, New York, Madison Barracks, New York, Fort Niagara, New York, Fort Myer, 
Virginia, Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, Fort McPherson, Georgia, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, Fort Sheridan> 
Blinois, Fort Logan H. Roots, Arkansas, Fort Snelling, Minnesota, Fort Riley, Kansas, Leon Springs, Texas, 
and the Presidio, San Francisco, California. The number commissioned as officers after completion of the 
courses at these camps is given as 27,341. 

There were 72,919 applications for admission to the Second Reserve Officers Training Camps which opened 
on August 22, 1917, and lasted to November 26, 1917. Of those admitted, 23,629 were graduated. These 
camps were held at Plattsburg Barracks, Fort Niagara, Fort Oglethorpe, Fort Myer, Fort Benjamin Harrison, 
Fort Sheridan, Leon Springs, Fort Snelling, and the Presidio. 

The success of officers trained in these intensive courses justified the policy of the War Department, as 
expressed in a Memorandum of June 4, 1917, "of commissioning all new officers of the line (Infantry, Cavalry, 
Field and Coast Artillery) purely on the basis of demonstrated ability after three months' observation and train- 
ing in the Officers Training Camps." This meant the end of the volunteer system of commissioning with its 
danger of appointments due to political, financial, social, and other influences. 

The third officers camps, now designated as "Training Schools for Candidates for Commissions in the In- 
fantry, Cavalry, and Field Artillery," were conducted from January 5 to April 19, 1918, in the divisional canton- 
ments. The schedules for these schools, prepared by the Committee on Training of the War College Division 
of the General Staff, called for three months of instruction "based on the experience of foreign armies during the 
past three years." The students in attendance were mainly enlisted or drafted men, with a number of graduates 
and undergraduates of universities, colleges and schools having military training who were inducted into the 
service. The graduates of the third series numbered 11,572. 

During the progress of the fourth series of officers camps, training schools which began in May, 1918, the 
policy of centralizing instead of holding them in divisional cantonments, was determined upon by the War 
Department. Students in the fourth series schools were transferred to the centralized schools upon their 
establishment. The fourth series graduates are given as 2,286. 

The Memorandum of Information issued from the Adjutant General's Office announced: 

"Under authority of the Secretary of War, Central Officers Training Schools for the purpose of qualifying 
men for commissions in the Army of the United States are established as follows: 

For Infantry Training: For Field Artillery Training: 

Camp Lee, near Petersburg, Va. Camp Taylor, near Louisville, Ky. 

Camp Gordon, near Atlanta, Ga. For M achine-(hm Training: 

Camp Pike, near Little Rock, Ark. ~ TT , ■ .-, 

Camp Hancock, near Augusta, ba. 

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"... The course of training at the Artillery School will be for about three months, date of beginning 
the school and capacity of the school to be as prescribed by the Chief of Field Artillery." 

The training of candidate officers for the Coast Artillery was carried on in the Coast Artillery School at 
Fort Monroe, Virginia, where there were 2,063 graduates in this department. 

Figures as to officers trained and commissioned at the regulation officers training schools were presented 
in the New York Times of March 16, 1919, as taken from an advance summary of a report of the Adjutant 
General's Department of the Army. They gave totals as follows: Infantry, 48,968, Field Artillery, 20,291; 
Quartermaster Corps, 3,067; Coast Artillery, 2,063; Cavalry, 2,032; Engineer Corps, 1,966; Signal Corps, 
1,262; Ordnance Corps, 767. 



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CHAPTER III 

The Beginning of the F. A. C. O. T. S. 

ON June 2, 1918, Major General William J. Snow, Chief of Field Artillery, summoned to his office in 
the War Department Colonel Arthur H. Carter, who had just been transferred from the Ordnance 
Department to the Field Artillery as a Lieutenant Colonel, and detailed him to organize the Field 
Arillery Central Officers Training School at Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky. 

On June 6, Colonel Carter completed a memorandum outlining plans for the School. It was laid that 
day before General Peyton C. March, Chief of Staff. The plans were approved. 

On June 13, Colonel Carter, accompanied by Major A. C. Goodyear, arrived at Camp Taylor and began 
the work of organization. 

Ten days later — precisely three weeks after Colonel Carter was detailed in Washington — recitations and 
drills were begun in accordance with the course of instruction and the schedule outlined by him as Commandant. 

The classes of June 24, the first recitation day, numbered 770. On November 20, there were 14,169 
candidates. Under the nurture of necessity the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School had, in five 
months, become the largest school in the world. 

The policy upon which this School was founded embraced centralization, standardization, and emphasis 
upon fundamentals. Centralization was carried to the extent of having one officers training school for the 
Field Artillery as compared with three for the Infantry in order to produce standardization. Standardization 
was desired so that all aspirants for commissions would have the benefit of a uniform, approved course and all 
Field Artillery Commanders could assume, when graduates joined their organizations, certain definite knowledge 
and training in fundamentals of the arm. Emphasis upon fundamentals was in accordance with a memorandum 
of the Chief of Field Artillery of April 18, 1918, which declared that, despite changes in application, "the war 
has brought forth no change in the principles underlying the use of field artillery." 

In putting this policy into execution, Colonel Carter laid out a course which, in the words of his preliminary 
report, "follows in general the course outlined in Special Regulations No. 49 and the report of General Summerall 
on his observations abroad." Tribute to the skill with which these elements are compounded in the F. A. C. 
O. T. S. schedule has been paid by the Field Artillery officers who have examined it and observed its operation. 

The object of the F. A. C. O. T. S. was quality and quantity production of second lieutenants to meet the 
tremendous demand that existed in the Field Artillery in the summer of 1918. Reports from regiments to which 

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certain graduates of the School were assigned for duty and from the School of Fire at Fort Sill to which 
others were assigned for post-graduate study show the success of the F. A. C. O. T. S. in regard to quality. 

Evidence as to the quantity output is contained in the records of the School which show 5,214 graduates 
commissioned in the Field Artillery from August 17, 1918, to November 13, 1918, and 3,523 commissioned in 
the Field Artillery Reserve Corps up to February 1, 1919. When the armistice was signed the School machin- 
ery was "tuned up" to graduate each week one thousand candidates having the qualifications designated for 
second lieutenants of Field Artillery. 

It is not extravagant to assert that the handling and training of candidate officer material by the F. A. C. 
O. T. S. was an achievement in organization, and that the educational methods and system evolved will furnish 
a valuable resource for a possible similar war crisis or for universal military training, should it be established. 
With certain adaptations the original system is now operating the basic artillery school into which the Field 
Artillery Central Officers Training School has been transformed. 

It is fitting at this point to give biographical facts about the two men to whom are due, in the main, the 
conception and the execution of the original policy of the F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Major General William J. Snow was born in Brooklyn, New York, and was educated in public and private 
schools of that city. At the age of eighteen he was appointed to the United States Military Academy, from 
which he was graduated in June, 1890. For six years thereafter he served as Second Lieutenant of Artillery at 
various posts around New York Harbor and then, for two years, he was a student at the Artillery School at 
Fort Monroe, Virginia. Upon the outbreak of the Spanish-American War he was assigned to garrison and 
command Fort St. Philip, near the mouth of the Mississippi River. He was promoted to be First Lieutenant 
and was transferred to Fort Slocum, New York, where, until 1900, he was successively Regimental Quarter- 
master, Post Quartermaster, Recruit Depot Quartermaster, and Constructing Quartermaster. Transferred to 
Light Battery M, 7th Artillery, he served with it in the Philippine Islands until midsummer, 1901. He was 
then ordered to Fort Riley, Kansas, where as a Captain he organized the 20th Battery Field Artillery. He 
commanded it to December 31, 1905. 

Captain Snow was one of the original members of the Field Artillery Board. For a year and a half he was 
Secretary of the School of Application for Cavalry and Field Artillery (subsequently called the Mounted Service 
School). This he so reorganized, under the direction of Brigadier General E. S. Godfrey, as to make it a school 
of national scope. He was relieved, at his request, on July 1, 1907, to accept adjutancy of the 6th Field Artillery, 
the first complete regiment of horse artillery since the Civil War. Following a year of study in the Army War 
College, of which he was the first Field Artillery graduate, Captain Snow was on duty with the 6th Field 
Artillery from 1908 to 1910. In the latter year he was leader in organizing the Field Artillery Association and in 
founding the Field Artillery Journal. 

While on duty with the Division of Militia Affairs, Major Snow (he was promoted March 3, 1911) was 
actively connected with efforts to make a real field force from the militia. His next assignment was with the 
2d Battalion, 3d Field Artillery. In December, 1914, he was sent to the Philippines, where he was promoted 

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to be Lieutenant Colonel on June 3, 1916, and Colonel on July 1st of the same year. Ordered to Hawaii, he 
was in command of the 1st Field Artillery there until April, 1917, and of the 4th Field Artillery at El Paso, 
Texas, and Syracuse, New York, for several months after. 

In July, 1917, Colonel Snow was ordered to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, to reestablish the School of Fire which 
had been closed in 1916 because of the Mexican border trouble. He at once laid out a course to meet new con- 
ditions, and secured $750,000 appropriation for a plant to handle a greatly enlarged school. Colonel Snow 
planned an intake of 100 officers a week so as to graduate about 5,000 a year. 

Promoted to be Brigadier General on August 5, 1917, he was ordered to join the 156th Field Artillery 
Brigade at Camp Jackson, South Carolina, by October 1st. He was on duty there to February 1, 1918, when he 
was ordered to Washington, D. C. 

On February 10, 1918, Brigadier General Snow was appointed Chief of Field Artillery — the first Chief of 
Field Artillery the United States has had. On June 26, 1918, he was promoted to be Major General. 

By direction of the President, Major General Snow was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal on 
January 18, 1919 "for especially meritorious and conspicuous service in planning and executing those measures 
responsible for the efficiency of the Field Artillery during the war. " 

Colonel Arthur Hazleton Carter is a native of Kansas, of Virginia ancestry. After attending the Marion, 
Kansas, High School and Braden's School, Highland Falls, New York, he entered the United States Military 
Academy in June, 1901. His West Point activities included membership in the polo squad. Upon gradua- 
tion in 1905, he was commissioned as Second Lieutenant in the Artillery Corps and was assigned to the 16th 
Battery (Siege) at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. In June, 1907, he was promoted to be First Lieutenant. 
When the 5th Field Artillery was organized, he became Battalion Adjutant and also was Acting Regimental 
Adjutant. 

In March, 1908, Lieutenant Carter went to the Philippines with the First Battalion, 5th Field Artillery, 
and served as Battalion Adjutant at Camp Stotsenburg and Fort William McKinley in Luzon. He was ap- 
pointed aide-de-camp in March, 1910, on the staff of Brigadier General R. D. Potts, Commanding General of 
the Department of Luzon. 

It was in 1910 that Lieutenant Carter, in company with several other officers on leave, made a six months' 
trip around the world, including China, Japan, India, Egypt and Europe. Upon his return to the Philippines 
he was ordered back to the United States, being assigned to F Battery, 5th Field Artillery, at Fort Leavenworth. 
During May and June, 1911, he was on duty as an Inspector-Instructor at the first Militia Field Artillery 
Officers School, Fort Riley, Kansas. For four months he served as an Inspector-Instructor of militia in the 
Middle West. For a period he was again aide-de-camp to General Potts, then commanding the Central Depart- 
ment, in Chicago, where he was Acting Adjutant General of the Department for a short time and in charge 
of Field Artillery matters. 

In December, 1912, Lieutenant Carter was assigned to Battery E, 3d Field Artillery at Fort Myer, Virginia. 
He served that Battery there and at Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania, where he instructed militia. His experience as 

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an Inspector-Instructor in the Field Artillery covered, in all, work with the National Guard of New York, 
Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana. 

In May, 1915, Lieutenant Carter resigned to engage in farming at Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia. 
Upon the outbreak of the war in April, 1917, he offered his services and was made a Major in the Ordnance De- 
partment at Washington. Major Carter was in charge of the Property Division and later in charge of a group 
of sections in the administrative division of the Department, including the civilian workers' branch, the auxiliary, 
news, military information and housing sections. He was appointed Lieutenant Colonel in January, 1918, and 
in April promoted to Colonel of Ordnance. In May he was transferred to the Field Artillery, taking, at his own 
request, the rank of Lieutenant Colonel of Field Artillery. On July 30, 1918, he was promoted to Colonel of 
Field Artillery. 

Colonel Carter's qualifications for the task to which General Snow detailed him — to organize and command 
the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School — were thus threefold. He had the training and traditions 
of the regular army Field Artillery officer. In the Ordnance Department he had gained experience in organiza- 
tion. His work with the National Guard had given him an understanding of the civilian point of view in regard 
to army discipline and training, an important factor for the administration of a school in which the students 
were practically all from civil life. 

The success of Colonel Carter in this great undertaking is most eloquently attested in the simple announce- 
ment of the Chief of Field Artillery on January 15, 1919, relating to the basic school of the new artillery educa- 
tional system : " The School will be commanded by Colonel A. H. Carter." 



In the earliest days of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School three officers — Colonel 
Goodyear, Lieutenant Colonel Hicks, and Lieutenant Colonel Arnold — rendered so vital a service that 
biographical sketches of each should be given at this point. 

Colonel Anson C. Goodyear is a native of Buffalo, New York, where he is an official of the Goodyear Lum- 
ber Company and is prominently associated with various banking and industrial interests. As has been related, 
he came to Camp Taylor with Colonel Carter and assisted in the organization of the School, serving as its first 
Adjutant and later as its first Executive Officer. For his administrative and general advisory duties in a school 
of this character Colonel Goodyear had the qualifications of a business man intensely interested in military 
matters. A graduate of Yale University (Class of 1899) he had been active in affairs of the Yale Field Artillery 
Battalion, being chairman of the alumni committee that raised $140,000 for the Yale Artillery Armory. He 
attended the First Reserve Officers Training Camp held at Madison Barracks, New York, from May to August, 
1917, and received a commission as Captain. His first assignment was to the 307th Field Artillery. Captain 
Goodyear then took the course at the School of Fire, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. He was made an instructor in the 
School of Fire. Promoted Major of Field Artillery, he was assigned, in June, 1918, to the Field Artillery Cen- 
tral Officers Training School. He served as Adjutant for two months and as Executive Officer (Lieutenant 

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LIEUTENANT COLONEL FRANK H. HICKS 
FIRST SENIOR INSTRUCTOR 




COLONEL ANSON C. GOODYEAR 

FIRST EXECUTIVE OFFICER 




LIEUTENANT COLONEL A. V. ARNOLD 

SECOND SENIOR INSTRUCTOR 




LIEUTENANT COLONEL BENJAMIN H. OIBBLEE 
THIRD EXECUTIVE OFFICER 



Colonel) up to October 16th. He was then promoted to be Colonel of Field Artillery and left this country in 
command of the 81st Field Artillery, which (March, 1919,) is still in France. 

The first Senior Instructor of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School was Frank H. Hicks, who 
began at the School as a Captain in June, 1918, and within five months was a Lieutenant Colonel. A native 
of Rockdale, Texas, he attended the University of Texas and then the United States Military Academy, from 
which he was graduated in 1911. He attained repute as one of the most powerful ends in West Point football 
history. He was in the Regular Army for three and a half years, serving as a Second Lieutenant in the 8th 
Cavalry and the 1st Cavalry in the United States and in the Philippine Islands. In January, 1915, he resigned 
and went into business in the West as a stockman and meat packer. Upon the entry of the United States into 
the war he entered the First Reserve Officers Training Camp at the Presidio, San Francisco, California. In 
August, 1917, he was commissioned as Captain and assigned to the 346th Field Artillery. He attended the 
School of Fire at Fort Sill and, upon graduation, served as an instructor there up to June, 1918. Reference is 
made elsewhere in this book to Colonel Hicks's work as Senior Instructor and as the first editor of the School 
" Instruction Memoranda. " He was made Executive Officer in October, 1918. Colonel Hicks has now re- 
turned to civil life. 

The second Senior Instructor of the F. A. C. O. T. S. was Archibald V. Arnold, another prominent football 
player and athlete while at West Point. A native of Collinsville, Connecticut, he attended the United States 
Military Academy from 1908 to 1912. After graduation he served as Second Lieutenant with the 18th Infantry 
and with the 5th Infantry in this country and in the Philippines. As aide-de-camp he was First Lieutenant. 
He was transferred to the 1st Field Artillery, where he was promoted to Captain and Major. Serving first as a 
Battalion Commander at the F. A. C. O. T. S., Major Arnold was made Commanding Officer of the Observa- 
tion Area of the School. His success in this important department led to his selection as Senior Instructor. 
Colonel Arnold had charge of this work from the middle of October, 1918, to the graduation of the last class 
in February, 1919. He is now an instructor in the basic artillery school. 



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CHAPTER IV 

Organization of the F. A. C. O. T. S. 

THE preliminary personnel of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School, as stated in a letter 
from the Adjutant General of the Army, dated June 15, 1918, provided for officers, enlisted Field 
Artillery, enlisted Medical Corps, enlisted Signal Corps, enlisted Quartermaster Corps and enlisted 
Ordnance Department. Complete Tables of Organization were submitted later and on August 8, 1918, were 
approved and published by the War Department (Tables 352-3-4, Confidential Series D). 

At the head of the School was the Commandant, and next were the Executive Officer, the Senior Instructor 
and the Adjutant. 

The School was organized under the three main heads of Instruction, Administration, and Supply, with an 
additional branch including Intelligence Officer, Registrar, and Inspector. Under Instruction there were five 
departments: Fire Discipline, including drill of the gun squad, nomenclature of material and drill of the firing 
battery; Gunnery, including field gunnery, conduct of fire and computation of firing data; Mounted Instruction, 
including riding and driving; Reconnaissance, including communication, topography, and reconnaissance; 
Miscellaneous, including subjects of the schedule not covered in the other departments. There were also super- 
vising departments of the Senior Instructor of Motors and the Senior Signal Instructor. The directors of the 
various departments had supervision of instruction in the training batteries and they also conducted schools for 
officers in which the instructors had a normal course in the subjects they were teaching. The observation bat- 
teries were under the supervision of a commanding officer responsible to the Senior Instructor, as was the com- 
mander of the Field Training Battalion. 

The administrative branch of the School was headed by the Adjutant. Under it were the Civilian Applica- 
tion Office, the Medical Department, the Personnel Office, the Post Exchange and the Police Officer. This 
branch also included the school troops, consisting of six light batteries and four heavy batteries, three head- 
quarters companies and two supply companies. 

Under the Department of Supply were the Ordnance and Quartermaster divisions of mess, utilities, finance, 
transportation, and issues. 

The administrative unit of the School was the battalion, which was made up of three batteries of two 
hundred candidates each. 

The constant effort in the School was an administration that would relieve the battery officers as much as 

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COMMANDANT 

{EXECUTIVE] 



{INSTRUCTION] {INTELLIGENCE {REGISTRAR 1 \iNSPECTION} 



ADMINISTRATION] \SUPPLY\ 
xiutant] \suppiy ornc£R\ 




CHART OF SCHOOL ORGANIZATION 



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possible of the details of paper work, the recording of grades, the handling of mess, clothing and equipment, and 
thus permit them to devote themselves to their main function: teaching. 

Biographical facts about the officers who headed the various branches and departments of the School 
follow: 

Executive Officer 

Colonel Anson C. Goodyear (see Chapter III). 

Lieutenant Colonel Frank H. Hicks (see Chapter III). 

Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin H. Dibblee, of San Francisco, California; graduate of Harvard University, 
1900; Vice-President and western representative of E. H. Rollins and Sons Co.; attended First Reserve Officers 
Training Camp, Presidio, San Francisco, California; commissioned as Captain and assigned to 346th Field 
Artillery; was graduated from School of Fire, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; served as Assistant Adjutant in charge of 
entrance applications (Captain and Major) F. A. C. O. T. S. and was the third Executive Officer (Lieutenant 
Colonel) of the School. 

Major John E. McMahon; born at West Point, New York; graduate of United States Military Academy, 
1913; served with the 3d Field Artillery; graduate of School of Fire, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; served as instructor in 
First Reserve Officers Training Camp, Fort McPherson, Georgia; instructor in the United States Military 
Academy; Battalion Commander, Commanding Officer Observation Area and the fourth Executive Officer of 
the F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Senior Instructor 

Lieutenant Colonel Frank H. Hicks (see Chapter III.) 
Lieutenant Colonel Archibald V. Arnold (see Chapter III.) 

Adjutant 

Colonel Anson C. Goodyear (see Chapter III). 

Major Silas Williams, of Chattanooga, Tennessee; graduate of the University of the South (Sewanee), 
A.B., 1909, M.A., 1910, and Harvard Law School, 1913; a lawyer; Assistant United States District At- 
torney for the Eastern District of Tennessee; served for two years with National Guard of Tennessee as an 
enlisted man; commissioned as Captain from Second Reserve Officers Training Camp at Fort Oglethorpe, 
Georgia; instructor in third and fourth Reserve Officers Training School of the 81st Division; Battery 
Commander (Captain), Battalion Commander, F. A. C. O. T. S. and was the second Adjutant (Major) of the 
School. 

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Major John C. Wyeth; born at Fort McDowell, Arizona; attended George Washington University and 
United States Military Academy, graduating from the latter in 1914; served as Second and First Lieutenant 
with 5th Field Artillery and as First Lieutenant and Captain with the 9th Field Artillery; Battalion Commander 
and the third Adjutant (Major), F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Supply Officer 

Captain Frank P. Abbott, of Goshen, Indiana; graduate of Williams College, A.B., 1918, and University of 
Chicago Law School, J.D., 1916; a lawyer; served as enlisted man with 6th and 11th Field Artillery; attended 
Second Reserve Officers Training Camp, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana; commissioned as Captain and 
assigned to 330th Field Artillery; was graduated from the School of Fire, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; instructor in 
the School of Fire; served as the first Supply Officer and Mess Officer of the F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Major John G. Reed, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; superintendent of municipal machine shops for the City of 
Milwaukee; served as enlisted man, Second Lieutenant, First Lieutenant, and Captain in 1st Wisconsin 
Field Artillery from 1903 to 1917; served with 121st Field Artillery as Captain and Major; attended School 
for Artillery Officers at Fort Riley, Kansas; Graduate of School of Fire, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; Instructor in 
the School of Fire; served as Battalion Commander and the second Supply Officer, F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Registrar 

Captain Raymond Walters, A.G.D.; native of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; graduate of Lehigh University, 
1907; a newspaper man for four years; for seven years Registrar of Lehigh University (also Assistant Professor 
of English); author of a book on The Bethlehem Bach Choir and numerous magazine articles; representative 
of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars in organizing grading system of the F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Assistant Adjutant in Charge of Entrance Applications 

Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin H. Dibblee (see Executive Officer). 

Major Frederick W. Teague; native of Montgomery, Alabama; attended Alabama Polytechnic Institute 
and United States Military Academy, graduating from the latter in 1909; served as Second Lieutenant in 1st 
and 6th Field Artillery; Vice-President and General Manager of the Columbus Iron Works, Columbus, Georgia; 
Commanding Officer of School Troops, Acting Assistant Adjutant in Charge of Entrance Applications, Acting 
Executive Officer, F. A. C. O. T. S. 

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MAJOR EARL G. BYER5 
HEAD DEPARTMENT OF MISCELLANEOUS INSTRUCTION 




MAJOR J. E. MCMAHON 
THIRD EXECUTIVE OFFICER 




ftAJOR JOHN C. WYETH 
THIRD ADJUTANT 




MAJOR SILAS WILLIAMS 
SECOND ADJUTANT 






MAJOR JOSEPH ANDREWS 
SENIOR INSTRUCTOR OF SIGNALLING 



MAJOR H. C. BEESON 

THIRD COMMANDER OF THE OBSERVATION AREA 



MAJOR C. W. SELLS 
SENIOR INSTRUCTOR OF MOTORS 






MAJOR WILLIAM C. CRANE 

FIRST COMMANDER OF THE FIELD TRAINING 

BATTALION 



MAJOR R. B. McBRIDE, JR. 

THIRD COMMANDER OF THE FIELD TRAINING 

BATTALION 



MAJOR J. G. REED 
SECOND SUPPLY OFFICER 



Personnel Adjutant 

Captain Arthur N. White; born at Fort Sill, Oklahoma; attended Agricultural and Mechanical College of 
Texas; served as enlisted man with 3d Cavalry; commissioned as Second Lieutenant and assigned to 1st Field 
Artillery; first Personnel Adjutant (Captain), F. A. C. O. T. S.; transferred to 9th Ammunition Train. 

Major Frank A. Warner; native of Warnerville, Nebraska; attended Northwestern University, University 
of Chicago, and Lake Forest University; a lawyer; served for a year in the Nebraska National Guard as an 
enlisted man; commissioned Captain and assigned to 6th Nebraska Infantry; Captain, 109th Engineers; Cap- 
tain, 126th Field Artillery; was graduated from School of Fire, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; instructor in School of Fire; 
served as Battery Commander, Battalion Commander (Captain), the second Personnel Adjutant (Major), 
Acting Adjutant, F. A. C. O. T. S. ; on duty in the Office of the Chief of Field Artillery, Washington, D. C. 

Captain James B. Frazier; born at Chattanooga, Tennessee; was graduated from University of Virginia, 
1912; a lawyer; attended First Reserve Officers Training Camp at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia; commissioned as 
First Lieutenant, Field Artillery; instructor in Second Reserve Officers Training Camp; instructor in third and 
fourth Officers Training Schools of the 81st Division, Camp Jackson, South Carolina; Battery Commander, 
Assistant Personnel Adjutant (First Lieutenant), and the third Personnel Adjutant (Captain), F. A. C. O. T. S. 

First Lieutenant Thomas S. P. Griffin; born in Newton ville, Massachusetts; was graduated from Harvard, 
1913; sales representatives of the Dodge Brothers Motor Company; attended Second Reserve Officers Training 
Camp at Fort Myer, Virginia; commissioned as Second Lieutenant and assigned to Camp Stanley, Texas; trans- 
ferred to Field Artillery Replacement Depot, Camp Jackson, South Carolina; Assistant Personnel Adjutant 
(Second Lieutenant) and the fourth Personnel Adjutant (First Lieutenant), F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Captain Preston T. Vance; native of Louisville, Kentucky; attended University of Wisconsin; engaged in 
milling business with Ballard & Ballard Company of Louisville; served with 1st Kentucky Infantry as an 
enlisted man, First Lieutenant and Captain; transferred to 138th Field Artillery; was graduated from School of 
Fire, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; instructor in School of Fire; Battery Commander, Battalion Commander, and the 
fifth Personnel Adjutant of the F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Surgeon 

Major Howard J. Ware; native of Cincinnati, Ohio; graduate of the University of Cincinnati, M.D.; Sur- 
geon; commissioned First Lieutenant, M.R.C., June, 1917; served at First Reserve Officers Training Camp at 
Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, and at Camp Taylor; Surgeon (Captain and Major), F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Ordnance Officer 

First Lieutenant George F. Comstock; born in Wichita, Kansas; attended Idaho State University; served 
as enlisted man with the 1st Idaho Volunteers in the Philippines, 1898 and 1899; with the 19th and 14th Infantry, 
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1903 to 1917; commissioned as First Lieutenant in the Ordnance Department, September, 1917; on duty at Rock 
Island Arsenal, Camp Jackson, South Carolina, and Camp Hancock, Georgia; Ordnance Officer, F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Commanding Officer Observation Area 

Lieutenant Colonel Archibald V. Arnold (see Chapter III). 

Major J. E. McMahon (see Executive Officer). 

Major Harvey C. Beeson; native of Michigan; attended University of Michigan; eight years in the auto- 
mobile business; attended First Reserve Officers Training Camp, Fort Sheridan, Illinois; commissioned Captain 
and assigned to 328th Field Artillery; graduate of School of Fire, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; instructor in School of 
Fire; Battery Commander (Captain), Battalion Commander and the third Commanding Officer, Observation 
Area (Major), F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Commanding Officer Field Battalion 

Major William C. Crane; born at Fort Bayard, New Mexico; attended the Agricultural and Mechanical 
College of Texas and United States Military Academy, graduating from the latter in 1913; served with the 6th 
and 4th Field Artillery; instructor, First Reserve Officers Training Camps at Fort McPherson, Georgia and 
Fort Logan H. Roots, Arkansas; instructor in mathematics, United States Military Academy; Battalion Com- 
mander and the first Commanding Officer Field Battalion, F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Major John P. Halstead; born at Scranton, Pennsylvania; was graduated from Cornell University, 1908; 
Construction and Mill Superintendent, Rome Brass & Copper Works, Rome, New York; attended First Reserve 
Officers Training Camp, Madison Barracks, New York; commissioned Captain and assigned to 307th Field 
Artillery; was graduated from School of Fire, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; instructor School of Fire; Battery Comman- 
der (Captain) and Battalion Commander and the second Commanding Officer of the Field Training Battalion 
(Major), F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Major Robert B. McBride, Jr.; born in Bridgeport, Alabama; was graduated from United States Military 
Academy, 1916; served as Second Lieutenant with the Coast Artillery; served with the 2d Field Artillery as 
First Lieutenant and Captain; was graduated from the School of Fire, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; instructor in the 
School of Fire; the first head of the Department of Mounted Instruction and the third Commanding Officer of 
the Field Battalion of the F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Senior Motor Instructor 

Major Clinton W. Sells; native of Colorado Springs, Colorado; attended Drury College; President of 
Manitou and Pike's Peak Railroad Company; commissioned Major in the Ordnance Department in February, 
1918; in charge of Auxiliary Branch, Administrative Division, Ordnance Department, in Washington, District 

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of Columbia; graduate of Sweeney's Auto School, Kansas City, Missouri; Senior Motor Instructor, F. A. C. O. 

T. S. 

Senior Instructor of Signalling 

Major Joseph Andrews; born at the Presidio, San Francisco, California; commissioned Second Lieutenant 
in 1911; served with 22d Infantry and 1st and 9th Field Artillery; as First Lieutenant arrived in France in 
August, 1917, and was assigned to General Headquarters; served with 2d Field Battalion, 1st Division; graduate 
of 1st Corps Signal School in A. E. F.; served with 107th Field Signal Battalion, 32d Division; Director of 1st 
Corps Signal School as Captain; graduate of School of Fire, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; Senior Instructor of Signalling, 
F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Head Department of Fire Discipline and Materiel 

Major J. E. McMahon (see Executive Officer). 

Captain Arthur L. Zerbey; born in Hazleton, Pennsylvania; graduate of Yale University, 1917; member 
of the Yale Battalion; attended First Reserve Officers Training Camp, Madison Barracks, New York; com- 
missioned Second Lieutenant; instructor at Second and Third Reserve Officers Training Camps, Fort Oglethorpe, 
Georgia (Second Lieutenant, First Lieutenant and Captain); graduate of School of Fire, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; 
served as Battery Commander and the second head of the Department of Fire Discipline and Materiel, F. A. 
C. O. T. S. 

Head Department of Mounted Instruction 

Major Robert B. McBride, Jr. (see Commanding Officer Field Battalion). 

Captain Stephen Mahon; native of Cincinnati, Ohio; attended University of Cincinnati; railroad and 
bridge engineer; served on the Mexican Border as enlisted man in the Ohio National Guard; attended First 
Reserve Officers Training Camp, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana; commissioned Second Lieutenant of En- 
gineers and assigned to the 808th Engineers; transferred to 14th Field Artillery; graduate of School of Fire, 
Fort Sill, Oklahoma; instructor School of Fire; served as Battery Commander (First Lieutenant and Captain) 
and the second head Department of Mounted Instruction, F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Head Department of Gunnery 

Major James C. Lewis; born in Liverpool, England; was graduated University of Kentucky, A.B., 1908, 
and Columbia University, M.A., 1913; Superintendent of Schools, Briarcliff Manor, New York; attended Second 
Reserve Officers Training Camp, Plattsburg Barracks, New York; commissioned Captain and assigned to 351st 

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Field Artillery; graduate of School of Fire, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; instructor in School of Fire; Battery Comman- 
der (Captain), Battalion Commander and head Department of Gunnery (Major), F. A. & O. T. S. 

Head Department of Reconnaissance 

Major Ronald Webster; native of Evanston, Illinois; was graduated from Williams College, 1912; editorial 
writer on the Chicago Tribune; served as enlisted man with 1st Illinois Field Artillery; attended First Reserve 
Officers Training Camp, Fort Sheridan, Illinois; commissioned Captain and assigned to 331st Field Artillery; 
graduate of School of Fire, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; instructor in School of Fire; served as Battery Commander 
(Captain), Battalion Commander and head of Department of Reconnaissance (Major), F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Head Department of Miscellaneous Instruction 

Major Earl G. Byers, of Boonville, Indiana; was graduated from Purdue University, 1917; Cadet Colonel 
of Cadet Corps, Purdue University; attended First Reserve Officers Training Camp at Fort Benjamin Harrison, 
Indiana; commissioned Captain and assigned to 326th Field Artillery; graduate of School of Fire, Fort Sill, 
Oklahoma; Commanding Officer, Fourth Officers Training School, Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky; Battery 
Commander (Captain), Battalion Commander and head Department of Miscellaneous Instruction (Major), 
F. A. C. O. T. S. 

Post Exchange Officer 

Captain Vance Towler; native of Cincinnati; graduate of University of Cincinnati, 1912; served as enlisted 
man with 1st Ohio Cavalry on the border; commissioned Captain, 1st Ohio Cavalry in May, 1917; transferred 
to 136th Field Artillery; student instructor School of Fire, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; graduate of School of Fire; 
instructor School of Fire; Battery Commander and Exchange Officer, F. A. C. O. T. S. 



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I H 





MAJOR JAMES C. LEWIS 

HEAD CEPARTMENT OF GUNNERY 



MAJOR RONALD WEBSTER 
HEAD DEPARTMENT OF RECONNOISSANCE 



MAJOR F. A. WARNER 
SECOND PERSONNEL ADJUTANT 






MAJOR WARE 

SCHOOL SURGEON 



CAPTAIN PRESTON T. VANCE 

FIFTH PERSONNEL ADJUTANT 



CAPTAIN ARTHUR L. ZERBEY 
HEAD DEPARTMENT OF FIRE DISCIPLINE 




CAPTAIN RAYMOND WALTERS 
REGISTRAR 





CAPTAIN VANCE TOWLER 

POST EXCHANGE OFFICER 





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CAPTAIN F. P. ABBOTT 

FIRST SUPPLY OFFICER 




FIRST LIEUTENANT GEORGE F. COMSTOCK 
ORDNANCE OFFICER 



FIRST LIEUTENANT T. S. P. GRIFFIN 

FOURTH PERSONNEL ADJUTANT 



CAPTAIN STEPHEN MAHON 
SECOND HEAD OF MOUNTED INSTRUCTION 



CHAPTER V 



A Statistical History of the School 

'T'HE Field Artillery Central Officers Training School began its course of instruction on June 24, 1918, with 
A 45 officers and 770 candidates. The strength of the School at subsequent weekly intervals was as follows: 



July 


1 






July 


8. 






July 


15. 






July 


22. 


Observation Batteries 


339 






Training 


5,010 


August 


1. 


Observation 


446 






Training 


5,344 


August 


8. 


Observation 


218 






Training 


5,736 


August 


15. 


Observation 


1,092 






Training 


5,714 


August 


22. 


Observation 


1,370 






Training 


4,664 


September 


1. 


Observation 


1,649 






Training 


2,740 


September 


8. 


Observation " 


1,533 






Training 


3,323 


September 


15. 


Observation 


2,665 






Training 


3,905 


September 


22. 


Observation 


2,141 






Training 


5,067 



Candidates 
4,200 

4,514 

4,895 

5,349 
5,790 



5,954 



6,806 



6,034 



4,389 



4,856 



6,570 



7,208 



Officers 
129 

162 

164 

164 
167 
167 
166 
178 
285 
290 
293 
295 



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October 1. Observation Batteries 2,008 

Training " 6,058 



October 


8. 


Observation " 


1,012 






Training 


7,869 


October 


15. 


Observation " 
Training 


1,912 
7,502 


October 


22. 


Observation " 
Training 


1,982 
7,496 


November 


1. 


Observation " 
Training 


3,093 

7,885 


November 


8. 


Observation 
Training 


3,249 
9,059 


November 15. 


Observation " 
Training 


3,584 
10,021 


November 22. 


Observation " 


2,883 






Training 


10,271 


December 


1. 


Observation " 
Training 


2,142 
5,806 


December 


8. 






December 


15. 






December 


22. 






December 


29. 






January 


5. 






January 


12. 






January 


19. 






January 


26. 






February 


1. 







Candidate! 
8,066 

8,881 
9,414 
9,478 

10,878 

12,308 

13,605 

13,154 

7,948 
3,876 
2,975 
1,745 
1,101 
1,100 

916 

750 

731 
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Officern 
311 

343 

385 

439 

490 

479 

474 

539 

507 
522 
403 
267 
248 
235 
201 
182 
169 
151 



The maximum enrollment of the School was reached on November 20, when there were 14,169 candidates, 
of whom 2,957 were in the observation batteries and 11,212 were in the training batteries. On this date there 
were 2,429 enlisted men assigned, making a grand total of 16,598. From the opening of the School until No- 
vember 11, when the armistice was signed and no more candidates were admitted, a total of 18,253 entered. 

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Of these, 11,080, were admitted from the enlisted personnel of the Army, 2,233 from Students Army Training 
Corps units and various training camps, and 4,940 from civilian sources. 

Among the earliest candidates were men who had come from divisional officers training camps and other 
camps where they had received considerable Field Artillery training. These and other candidates who displayed 
exceptional qualifications were selected from all of the batteries of the School and were given special training 
for early graduation. The necessity for this lay in the urgent demand that existed at mid-summer for a large 
number of Field Artillery officers. The first two classes of the F. A. C. O. T. S. were graduated on August 16 
and August 31, 1918. 

A list of classes of the F. A. C. O. T. S., dates of graduation, and numbers of candidates, graduated, follows : 

1. August 16,1918 1086 10. December 4,1918 465 

2. August 31,1918 2454 11. December 11, 1918 480 

3. September 25, 1918 150 12. December 18, 1918 517 

4. October 2,1918 178 13. December 21, 1918 385 

5. October 9,1918 299 14. December 28, 1918 262 

6. October 16,1918 541 15. January 11,1919 163 

7. October 30,1918 298 16. January 18,1919 128 

8. November 13, 1918 200 17. January 29,1919 171 

9. November 27, 1918 459 18. February 1,1919 501 

Of the total of 8,737 graduates of the F. A. C. O. T. S., 5,214 were commissioned as second lieutenants of 
Field Artillery in the United States Army. Members of classes nine to eighteen, graduating after the signing of 
the armistice, received commissions in the Field Artillery Reserve Corps. This was done in accordance with 
the provisions of National Defense Act of Congress, June 22, 1916, which fixes the age limits of 21 to 32 years for 
second lieutenancy, 32 to 36 years for first lieutenancy, 36 to 40 years for captaincy and 40 to 45 years for 
majority. Upon authority of the War Department a number of graduates of the School under 21 years were 
granted commissions as second lieutenants. 

Class of August 1 6, 1 9 1 8 

The five honor graduates of the first class of 1,086 men were: 1. Andrew H. Blackmore of Cincinnati, 
Ohio; 2. Edward H. Cushing of Cleveland, Ohio; 3. Charles C. Jones of Fullerton, California; 4. George 
Medigovich of Bisbee, Arizona; 5. S. Gage Dycus of Dallas, Texas. 

The class was composed of two battalions (six training batteries) with officers rostered as follows: 

1st Battalion: Major W. C. Crane, Commander; earlier Commander, Major J. G. Reed. 

1st Battery: Captain C. N. Taylor, Commander; First Lieutenants M. J. Cummings, Arthur Phillips, and 
Paul Reighard, Second Lieutenants W. A. Brennan and Foreman Fleisher. 

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2d Battery: Captain R. F. Wood, Jr., Commander; earlier Commander, Captain Tams Bixby, Jr.; First 
Lieutenant P. P. Ewing, Second Lieutenants G. S. Bennethum, Arnold Leonard, and B. H. Sawyer. 

3d Battery: Captain C. S. Christie, Commander; First Lieutenants R. B. Hersey and H. W. Teemer, 
Second Lieutenants C. H. Angell, F. P. Curtis, F. H. Harrell, and M. D. Stevers. 

2d Battalion: Major J. C. McMahon, Commander. 

4th Battery: Captain Ronald Webster, Commander; First Lieutenants T. L. Halverson, A. N. Hodges, 
K. K. Jones, and G. M. Willson, Second Lieutenants H. T. Chittum, J. T. Humphries, and Arnulf Ueland. 

5th Battery: Captain J. C. Lewis, Jr., Commander; First Lieutenant G. E. Keeler, Second Lieutenants 
L. B. Allen, F. C. Carleton, M. F. Hall, and R. R. Ingels. 

6th Battery: Captain F. E. Dixon, Commander; First Lieutenants Frank Von Bokern and H. O. Speed, 
Second Lieutenants H. N. Cudney and E. F. George. 

Class of August 31, 1 9 1 8 

The five honor graduates of the second class, numbering 2,454 men, were: 1. Wyman A. Bristol of Ver- 
gennes, Vermont; 2. Raymond E. Taylor of Le Loup, Kansas; 3. Charles P. Flegel of Portland, Oregon; 4. 
Charles H. Houston of Washington, District of Columbia; 5. Shirley W. Owen of Pasadena, California. 

The second graduating class was made up of sixteen Training Batteries picked from the 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 
7th, and 8th Training Battalions. The officers were rostered as follows: 

3d Battalion: Captain E. G. Byers, Commander. 

7th Battery: First Lieutenant W. M. Robinson, Commander; First Lieutenant B. S. Rogerson, Second 
Lieutenants Lannes Sharman, R. R. Ingels, B. C. Smith, G. T. Morrison, Jr., J. R. Smith, and R. G. Bloomer. 

8th Battery: Captain CD. Allen, Commander; First Lieutenant Frank Von Bokern, Second Lieutenants 
Bryan Davis, M. H. Bright, C. B. Leinback, J. D. Barrigar, R. V. Lamoreaux, and B. M. Sawyer. 

9th Battery: First Lieutenant Arthur Phillips, Commander; Captain C. N. Taylor, former Commander; 
First Lieutenants B. W. Geyer, Frank Von Bokern, and M. T. Glover, Second Lieutenants H. A. Bomke, C. G. 
Brandt, H. A. Phoenix, R. M. Shaw, Jr., L. P. Woods, and C. W. Byers. 

4th Battalion: Major J. P. Halstead, Commander. 

10th Battery: Captain A. L. Zerbey, Commander; Captain F. A. Warner, former Commander; First 
Lieutenants C. B. Heston, P. Reighard, and L. C. Huffman, Second Lieutenants E. F. George, R. E. Sharp, 
H. O. Voorhis, C. French, and F. C. Carleton. 

11th Battery: Captain W. G. Kinsolving, Commander; First Lieutenant H. T. Deeds, former Com- 
mander; First Lieutenant F. E. Barrett, Second Lieutenants C. F. French, C. J. Rooke, W. A. Liddell, F. J. 
Plimpton, L. S. Gaumer, W. A. Schell, and G. V. Lovering. 

12th Battery: Captain H. B. Kinsolving, Jr., Commander; First Lieutenants A. N. Hodges, C. E. Keeler, 
C. T. Mcintosh, and W. A. Schell, Second Lieutenants C. C. Jones, J. M. Coffeen, and C. C. Knoblock. 

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GENERAL AUSTIN, 
COLONEL CARTER, AND 
MAJOR WILLIAMS 



THE MAPPV DAY 



5th Battalion : Major R. E. Coulson, Commander. 

13th Battery: First Lieutenant H. S. Evans, Commander; Captain Tams Bixby, Jr., and Captain R. F. 
Wood, former Commanders; Second Lieutenants T. T. Richards, C. R. Mallery, R. E. Hoffman, George Medi- 
govich, and E. R. Blakewell. 

14th Battery: Captain H. C. Mahin, Commander; First Lieutenants Steven Mahon and A. C. Gale, 
Second Lieutenants R. D. Hall, C. W. Byers, J. C. Bostain, F. D. Carter, G. B. Lamb, and F. P. Curtis. 

15th Battery: First Lieutenant C. M. Ramspeck, Commander; Captain R. E. Coulson, former Com- 
mander; First Lieutenant F. W. McM. Woodrow, Second Lieutenants F. M. O'Donnell, J. E. Brantly, W. B. 
Lewis, V. M. Manning, M. D. Stevers, C. H. Angell, and J. W. Stogdill. 

6th Battalion: Major J. G. Reed, Commander. 

16th Battery: Captain P. T. Vance, Commander; First Lieutenant L. C. Huffman, Second Lieutenants 
J. C. Gefvert, R. S. Lang, J. D. Darby, J. D. Creel, and F. E. Cooper. 

17th Battery: Captain H. C. R. Akin, Commander; First Lieutenant H. A. Knutzen, Second Lieutenants 
W. S. Rathbun, R. N. Burnett, S. G. Dycus, F. G. Dickey, and Austin Kilbourn. 

18th Battery: Captain Otto Deal, Commander; Second Lieutenants W. P. Morton, B. C. Fowler, F. C. 
Reese, F. M. Bering, W. R. Warner, L. B. Allen, F. H. Harrell, and W. J. Rooke. 

7th Battalion: Major W. C. Crane, Commander; Major A. V. Arnold, former Commander. 

19th Battery: Captain M. A. S. Ming, Commander; Second Lieutenants G. W. Maneval, J. S. Cleland, 
E. G. Schwartz, Henry Logan, and L. J. Long. 

20th Battery: First Lieutenant D. C. Imboden, Commander; First Lieutenants T. L. Halverson and G. 
M. Willson, Second Lieutenants Sengston Hettler, Joseph Ehrman, Jr., W. M. Hartman, L. O. Miller, G. C. 
Reis, and M. L. Ahern. 

21st Battery: Captain Hugh Garvin, Commander; Captain W. S. Bryant, former Commander; First 
Lieutenant D. B. Floyd, Second Lieutenants S. S. Hills, J. M. Hare, J. A. Haight, Jr., and G. A. Spencer. 

8th Battalion, Major J. C. Wyeth, Commander. 

22d Battery: Captain C. M. Taute, Commander; First Lieutenants T. Antell and Matthew Cummings, 
Jr., Second Lieutenants F. C. Carleton, R. M. Jenkins, T. J. Maginnis, R. E. Lammers, and T. W. Mayberry. 

Class of September 25, 191 8 

A class of 150 candidates, comprising a new 1st Training Battery, was graduated September 25th. The 
five honor men were: 1. Robert Don, Jr., of San Francisco, California; 2. Louis A. Gattman of Savannah, 
Georgia; 2. Astyanax S. Douglass of Fort Worth, Texas; 4. George E. Leavitt of Newburyport, Massachusetts; 
5. Frederick E. L. Killen of Indianapolis, Indiana. 

The officers of the Battery as rostered were: Captain Ronald Webster, Commander; First Lieutenant 
Matthew Cummings, Jr.; Second Lieutenants C. H. Angell, W. A. Brennan, D. L. Riordan, and Daniel Segal. 

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Class of October 2, 191 8 

The fourth graduating class was the 23d Training Battery, 178 candidates. Its five honor men were: 1. 
Theodore R. French of Garden Grove, Iowa; 2. Joseph C. White of Bangor, Maine; 3. Walter H. Spaeth of 
Portland, Oregon; 4. James L. Conlon of Detroit, Michigan; 5. Earl M. Page of Joplin, Missouri. 

The following were rostered the officers of the 23d Training Battery: Captain L. J. Vogel, Commander; 
First Lieutenants T. J. Sheehan, B. Pepinsky, R. O. Wallace, M. W. Guthrie, and L. B. Stanley; Second Lieu- 
tenants J. I. McMahan, M. G. Munce, and R. E. Seale. 

Class of October 9, 1 9 1 8 

The 24th and 25th Training Batteries, totaling 299 graduates, constituted the fifth class. The honor men 
were: 1. William E. Byrnes of Seymour, Indiana; 2. Nat M. Banks of Birmingham, Alabama; 3. Donald F. 
Peppers of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; 4. Andrew G. Booth of Chicago, Illinois; 5. William J. Poad of Linden, Wis- 
consin. 

The roster of officers: 

8th Battalion: Major J. C. Wyeth, Commander. 

24th Battery: Captain P. C. Clayton, Commander; First Lieutenants M. H. Jones and T. L. Halverson, 
Second Lieutenants K. S. Tesh, W. L. Townsend, M. D. West, T. D. Padgett, L. G. Staley, and Sherman Baldwin. 

25th Battery: Captain M. A. S. Ming, Commander; First Lieutenant K. K. Jones, former Commander; 
First Lieutenants R. 0. Wallace, S. F. Freeman; Second Lieutenants L. B. Allen, A. W. Bell, Jr., T. S. Young, 
Jr., C. T. Bowen, H. W. Caldwell, Jr., W. M. Walters, and T. A. Burton. 

Class of October 16, 191 8 

The five honor graduates of the sixth class, numbering 541, were: 1. Henry R. Finger of Wilkes-Barre, 
Pennsylvania; 2. Paul L. McDonald of Lawrence, Kansas; 3. Barry S. Ulrich of Sierra Madre, California; 4. 
John H. Winston of Bristol, Virginia; 5. Bertram B. Geyer of Dayton, Ohio. 

This class was composed of the 3d, 22d (colored), 26th, 27th, and 28th Training Batteries. The officers as 
rostered were: 

3d Battery : Captain F. W. McM. Woodrow, Commander; First Lieutenants J. S. Cleland and J. A. Wood; 
Second Lieutenants F. M. O'Donnell, G. R. Pool, J. T. Liddle, W. B. Lewis, and V. M. Manning. 

22d Battery: Captain C. M. Taute, Commander; First Lieutenants Tristram Antell and Matthew Cum- 
mings, Jr. ; Second Lieutenants F. C. Carleton, J. M. Hare, T. J. Maginnis, R. M. Jenkins, R. E. Lammers, and 
T. W. Mayberry. 

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26th Battery: Captain Otto E. Deal, Commander; First Lieutenant Vincent Vandervoort, Captain Fits 
E. Dixon, First Lieutenant J. H. Carson, and Captain Silas Williams, former Commanders; First Lieutenants 
H. C. Hutchins and Paul Reighard; Second Lieutenants T. M. Bruhn, M W. Converse, P. A. Dwyer, R. W. 
Garrett, W. C. Hunter, G. B. Lamb, G. V. Lovering, W. J. Poad, G. L. Staley, and L. S. Storms. 

27th Battery: First Lieutenant B. W. Geyer, Commander; Captain D. W. Glaspell and First Lieutenant 
J. A. Cross, Jr., former Commanders; First Lieutenants R. J. Franklin, C. R. Mallory, and B. M. Wilson; Second 
Lieutenants A. L. Browne, H. T. Chittum, T. R. French, F. C. Thompson, Salvatore Tomaso, and Garland 
Shafer. 

28th Battery: Captain C. N. Taylor, Commander; earlier Commander, First Lieutenant R. J. Franklin; 
First Lieutenant Garland Shafer; Second Lieutenants Arthur Michelini, E. G. Schwartz, P. M. Strom, H. T. 
Chittum, G. R. Rice, and D. H. Beiry. 

Class of October 30, 191 8 

The 29th and 30th Training Batteries, totaling 298 candidates, formed the seventh graduating class. The 
honor men were: 1. Robert S. Drew of Evanston, Illinois; 2. Lawrence A. Barnes of Colorado Springs, Colo- 
rado; 3. Jay A. Colborn of Hope, Arkansas; 4. Joel T. Yost of Clarington, Ohio; 5. Luther W. Youngdahl of 
Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

The officers of the batteries as rostered were : 

29th Battery: Captain Stephen Mahon, Commander; earlier Commanders, Captain C. O. Mitchell, Cap- 
tain A. C. Gale; First Lieutenant G. W. Maneval; Second Lieutenants M. F. Hall, S. H. Parvin, Yale Rice, M. 
A. Radford, D. E. Briggs, C. L. Brown, R. W. Lewis, F. J. Reinwald, and G. A. Robinson. 

30th Battery: Captain Hugh Garvin, Commander; earlier Commanders, First Lieutenants G. E. Keeler 
and W. A. Schell; First Lieutenants W. P. Morton, J. A. Sullivan, and M. D. Stevers; Second Lieutenants B. H. 
Moyer, W. R. Warner, D. B. Graham, Austin Kilbourne, E. H. Cushing, W. S. Becker, and M. D. Downs. 

Class of November 13, 1918 

The 200 candidates of the new 2d Battery made up the eighth class of the School, the last to be com- 
missioned as Second Lieutenants of Field Artillery in the Regular Army. The honor graduates were: 1. 
Lawrence D. Smith of Chicago, Illinois; 2. Reid H. McKenzie of Moultrie, Georgia; 3. Edwin M. Landale of 
Omaha, Nebraska; 4. Leonard R. Vear of Chicago, Illinois; 5. Robert N. Gay of Waco, Texas. 

The officers of the 2d Battery as rostered were: First Lieutenants Foreman Fleisher, Commander; earlier 
commander, Captain R. F. Wood, Jr.; First Lieutenants P. P. Ewing, F. H. Harrell; Second Lieutenants M. D. 
Downs, E. H. Cushing, Arnold Leonard, G. S. Bennethum, and H. Q. Van Dyke. 

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Class of November 27, 1 9 1 8 

The 459 candidates of the 4th, 5th, and 6th Training Batteries, the ninth graduating class of the School, 
were the first to be commissioned as officers in the Field Artillery Reserve Corps. After special examinations 
by a Board of Officers of the School, one graduate was awarded a commission as captain and fifteen were awarded 
commissions as First Lieutenants upon the age basis prescribed in the National Defense Act of June, 1916. 

The five honor graduates of the class were: 1. Eugene C. Miller of Indianapolis, Indiana; 2. James B. 
Gray of Minneapolis, Minnesota; 3. Sherman Trowbridge of New York City; 4. William H. Woodward of St. 
Louis, Missouri; 5. Riley M. Douglas of Grand Junction, Colorado. 

The rostered officers of the batteries comprising this class were : 

2d Battalion: Major W. C. Crane, Commander; earlier Commander, Major J. P. Halstead. 

4th Battery: Captain Clarence Avery, Commander; earlier Commander, Captain A. L. Zerbey; First 
Lieutenants L. C. Huffman and W. Mitchell; Second Lieutenants C. B. Beiderbecke, E. A. Cavedo, E. F. 
George, H. W. Lloyd, F. D. Shannon, and C. E. Nelson. 

5th Battery: Captain G. B. Heston, Commander; earlier Commander, First Lieutenant C. F. French; 
First Lieutenant L. S. Gaumer; Second Lieutenants L. E. White, W. A. Liddell, G. L. Parker, W. A. Rolph, and 
John De Venny. 

6th Battery: Captain C. D. Allen, Commander; First Lieutenants M. F. Hall and J. C. Barrigar; Second 
Lieutenants C. B. Leinbach, S. G. Drake, C. W. Stever, R. V. Lamereaux, and H. A. Bomke. 

Class of December 4, 1 9 1 8 

One Major, thirteen Captains and forty-six First Lieutenants in the Field Artillery Reserve Corps were 
appointed upon the age basis, after special examinations, from among the 465 graduates of the School in the 
tenth class. 

The five honor men of the class were: 1. Alfred C. Schermerhorn of New York City; 2. William H. Kizer, 
Jr., of Atlanta, Georgia; 3. Edward W. Bourne of New Haven, Connecticut; 4. Raymond H. Gage of Wenonah, 
New Jersey; 5. Andrew J. Fox, Jr., of New York City. 

The roster of officers of the 7th, 8th, and 9th Training Batteries which constituted this class follows: 

3d Battalion: Major J. E. McMahon, Jr., Commander. 

7th Battery: First Lieutenant W. M. Robinson, Commander; Second Lieutenants Lannes Sharman, 
B. C. Smith, G. T. Morrison, T. A. Jenckes, J. H. Evans, M. P. Sullivan, and D. F. Peppers. 

8th Battery: Captain H. C. Mahin, Commander; First Lieutenants Paul Reighard and D. B. Floyd, 
Second Lieutenants J. C. Bostain, F. D. Carter, W. M. Hartman, F. M. Bickel, and B. C. Hill. 

9th Battery: First Lieutenant W. W. Cason, Commander; earlier Commander, Captain H. C. R. Akin; 

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MAJOR ROBERT B. McBRIDE, JR., "IN ACTION" AT WEST POINT 



First Lieutenants H. A. Knutzen and M. H. Jones; Second Lieutenants R. N. Burnett, S. G. Dycus, F. G. Dickey, 
H. W. Mitchell, and F. E. L. Killen. 

Class of December 1 1 , 1 9 1 8 

The five honor men of the 11th graduating class, which numbered 480, were; 1. Laurence K. Forde of 
Woodward, Oklahoma; 2. Ethelbert I. Low of New York City; 3. John D. Wheeler of Courtland, California; 
4. James G. Rogers of Denver, Colorado; 5. Rossiter N. M. Holbrook of Ossining, New York. 

Under the National Defense Act, commissions above the grade of Second Lieutenant were given as follows: 
Major, two; Captain, twenty-five; First Lieutenant, eighty. 

The eleventh class was made up of the 10th, 11th, and 12th Training Batteries, the rostered officers of which 
were as follows: 

4th Battalion: Captain P. C. Clayton, Commander. 

10th Battery: Captain H. S. Evans, Commander; First Lieutenants T. T. Richards and B. C. Fowler, 
Second Lieutenants R. E. Hoffman, E. R. Blakewell, W. H. Spaeth, B. F. Howells, Howard Beasly, J. E. 
Boumann, and H. M. Howell. 

11th Battery: Captain H. H. Ristine, Commander; earlier Commanders Captain C. S. Christie, First 
Lieutenant R. S. Lang; First Lieutenants J. G. Gefvert; Second Lieutenants J. D. Darby, W. J. Hill, T. E. 
Gilman, W. P. Pritchett, and W. J. Poad. 

12th Battery: Captain R. N. Shannon, Commander; earlier Commander, First Lieutenant C. T. Mc- 
intosh; First Lieutenants W. A. Schell and G. W. Marquardt; Second Lieutenants J. M. Coffeen, F. M. Bering, 
Henry Logan, W. A. Enos, M. Cheney, and H. C. Kessler. 

Class of December 18, 191 8 

The twelfth graduating class numbered 517. Its five honor men were: 1. Thomas S. Brucker of Louisville, 
Kentucky; 2. Harold J. Cunningham of Chicago, Illinois; 3. James F. Ehalt of Edgewood, Pennsylvania; 4. 
Wilson N. M. Slick of Johnstown, Pennsylvania; 5. Carl R. Nyman of Ironwood, Michigan. 

One candidate was commissioned as a Major, twenty as Captains, and thirty-eight as First Lieutenants in 
the Field Artillery Reserve Corps. 

The roster of officers of the Batteries in this graduating class was: 

13th Battery: First Lieutenant J. A. Sullivan, Commander; earlier Commander, First Lieutenant W. A. 
Brennan; Second Lieutenants D. A. Riordan, Daniel Segal, Robert Don, A. B. Lyon, E. C. Easton, T. N. Ide, 
and R. F. Clifton. 

14th Battery: Captain W. G. Kinsolving, Commander; earlier Commander, Captain R. J. Franklin, Jr.; 
First Lieutenant George Medigovich; Second Lieutenants F. C. Reese, J. D. Creel, A. H. Blackmore, N. W. 
Jones, R. J. Mahor, and L. A. Barnes. 

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17th Battery: First Lieutenant Robert Sealy, Commander; earlier Commander, First Lieutenant L. B. 
Allen; First Lieutenant L. B. Stanley; Second Lieutenants J. E. Brantley, R. E. Sharp, Earl Carleton, H. J. 
Rozema, L. W. Fowler, G. O. Hammer, and N. C. Wedekemper. 

18th Battery: First Lieutenant T. L. Halverson, Commander; earlier Commanders Captain J. H. Drei- 
belbis and Captain Middleton De Camp; First Lieutenant Austin Kilbourne; Second Lieutenants C. R. Bryce, 
J. R. Smith, H. A. Haight, T. J. McGovern, A. G. Booth, E. R. Ballard, C. B. Beiderdercke, and E. H. Lorenz. 

Class of December 21, 1 9 1 8 

Scheduled regularly to take place on Christmas Day, the graduating exercises of the thirteenth class were 
held instead on December 21st. Commissions in the Field Artillery Reserve Corps were granted to 385 candi- 
dates, including one as Captain and twelve as First Lieutenants. 

The five honor men of the class were: 1. A. Nelson McGill of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; 2. Frank E. 
Gibson, Jr., of Cleveland, Ohio; 3. Elmer H. Englehorn of Cleveland, Ohio; 4. Theodore B. Wilcox of Portland, 
Oregon; 5. Francis C. Thompson of Tacoma, Washington. 

The rostered officers of the Batteries comprising this class were: 

19th Battery: Captain L. J. Vogel, Commander; First Lieutenant M. M. Guthrie; Second Lieutenants 
J. I. McMahan, M. G. Munce, R. E. Seale, J. A. Devine, H. R. Finger, T. C. Rowley, and G. A. Valk. 

20th Battery: First Lieutenant G. W. Maneval, Commander; earlier Commander Captain A. L. Zerbey; 
First Lieutenants Austin Kilbourne and P. C. Harper; Second Lieutenants R. M. Gebhard, E. O. Huey, R. B. 
Calhoun, D. B. Clapp, W. F. Jones, and F. C. Yates. 

32d Battery: Captain H. H. Ristine, Commander; First Lieutenants C. H. Angell and P. A. Dwyer; 
Second Lieutenants L. H. Gates, L. A. Gattman, R. C. Scott, J. E. Baily, and L. C. Fitch. 

Class of December 28, 191 8 

The five honor men of the fourteenth graduating class of 262 candidates were: 1. Leo V. Ryan of Omaha, 
Nebraska; 2. Newton J. Buren of Tacoma, Washington; 3. Wayne Van K. Large of Denver, Colorado; 4. 
Rennie F. N. MacRae of Burton, Washington; 5. Wyckoff M. Keach of Wichita, Kansas. 

One candidate was commissioned Captain and ten as First Lieutenants in the F. A. R. C. 

The officers of the 34th and 35th Batteries which made up this class were rostered thus: 

34th Battery: Captain E. H. Almquist, Commander; First Lieutenant W. M. Walters; Second Lieutenants 
M. D. West, K. S. Tesh, J. J. Madalinske, W. V. Gannon, and S. H. Baldwin. 

35th Battery: Captain L. J. Vogel, Commander; earlier Commander, Captain M. A. S. Ming; Second 
Lieutenants C. T. Bowen, F. B. Rosenbaum, T. E. Burton, M. A. James, and H. K. Wallace. 

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Class of January 11, 19 19 

The 22d and 40th Training Batteries had 163 candidates qualified for graduation, one of whom was com- 
missioned as a Reserve Corps Major and three as First Lieutenants. 

The five honor men of the class were: 1. Carl W. Schmidt of Baltimore, Maryland; 2. Edmond C. 
Melcher of Westbrook, Maine; 3. Donald G. Thomas of Atlanta, Georgia; 4. Alexander R. Thomas of 
Kansas City, Missouri; 5. William D. Crim of Utica, New York. 

The officers of these batteries as rostered were : 

22d Battery: Captain Paul Reighard, Commander; earlier Commander Captain Hugh Garvin; First 
Lieutenants H. T. Chittum and B. H. Myer; Second Lieutenants L. A. Barnes, W. E. Byrnes, J. O. Longnecker, 
Nick Peay, Jr., Joseph Spears, D. C. Sweeney, Paul Vignos, A. W. Wilson, G. T. Morrison, M. R. Radford, 
W. S. Warnock, and Luther Youngdahl. 

40th Battery: Captain H. C. R. Akin, Commander; First Lieutenants G. B. Lamb, P. A. Dwyer, F. M. 
O'Donnell, and J. A. Wood, Second Lieutenants Philip Bowman, C. W. Byers, C. D. Hoag, L. D. Smith, R. M. 
Strom, W. E. Russel, E. R. Brainerd, H. C. Cooley, J. J. Myler, J. M. Bruhn, G. R. Pool, and H. R. Smith. 

Class of January 18, 1919 

There were 128 graduates in the sixteenth class of the School, members of the 25th Training Battery. Of 
these two were commissioned as Majors, six as Captains, and seven as First Lieutenants in the Field Artillery 
Reserve Corps. 

The five honor men were: 1. Ray F. Purdy of Brooklyn, New York; 2. Archibald G. Fletcher of Neligh, 
Nebraska; 3. Charles G. Stradella of North Tonawanda, New York; 4. John L. Rochester of Buffalo, New York, 
5. Edward C. House of Fort Collins, Colorado. 

The rostered officers of the 25th Battery were: Captain J. H. Carson, Commander; First Lieutenants H. 
T. Deeds, P. C. Walsh, C. B. Leinbach; Second Lieutenants D. E. Briggs, McKinley Duff, H. A. Erhart, L. A. 
Gattman, C. S. Hamilton, J. W. Hetherington, J. H. Houghtaling, E. D. Michot, S. J. Sharpless, J. B. Thorburn, 
M. D. West, Guy Yates, J. J. Kuncle, M. P. Sullivan, and L. C. White. 

Class of January 25, 1919 

The 47th Training Battery, which formed the seventeenth graduating class, had 171 qualified for Reserve 
Corps commissions, including 2 as Captains and 8 as First Lieutenants. 

The honor men were : 1. James W. Moody of Oak Park, Illinois; 2. William B. Gray of Chicago, Illinois; 
3. Arthur L. Grede of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; 4. Leo B. Crabbs of Kansas City, Missouri; 5. Serole R. Boyd 
of Monmouth, Illinois. 

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The roster of officers of the 47th Training Battery follows: Captain H. C. Mahin, Commander; earlier 
Commanders, Captain W. G. Kinsolving, Captain Stephen Mahon, and Captain K. K. Jones; First Lieutenants 
W. W. Cason, W. M. Vanderweal; Second Lieutenants C. H. Breen, T. C. Burton, T. H. Clark, T. N. Ide, J. H. 
Bill, and D. B. Graham. 

Class of February i , 1 9 1 9 

The eighteenth class had 499 qualified for commissions in the Field Artillery Reserve Corps. Of these, 
7 received commissions as Major, 15 as Captain, and 20 as First Lieutenant, judged on the age basis. 

The honor men were: 1. Charles R. Lewis of Montrose, Colorado; 2. Edward Schoeneck of Syracuse, 
New York; 3. Lincoln Reiss of New York City; 4. Reginald H. Brayley of Brooklyn, New York; 5. Walter 
H. Judd of Rising City, Nebraska. 

The class was composed of the 49th, 55th, and 57th Training Batteries. The officers of these batteries were : 

49th Battery: Captain E. H. Almquist, Commander; earlier Commander, Captain W. C. R. Hoover; 
Second Lieutenants C. H. Adams, S. D. Hodges, Joseph Jarman, J. E. Lovely, R. J. Mahar, Alexander Morris, 
L. R. Vear, M. A. Versteeg, and J. L. Sutton. 

55th Battery: Captain L. J. Vogel, Commander; earlier Commander, Captain C. D. Vollers; First Lieu- 
tenants J. A. Sullivan, W. M. Walters; Second Lieutenants, J. E. Bowland, C. R. Bryce, J. B. Davidson, B. S. 
Hoesington, T. E. Gilman, W. W. Landis, T. J. Owens, M. A. Radford, A. J. Vance, Jr., and H. A. Thomas. 

57th Battery: First Lieutenant T. L. Halverson, Commander; Captain H. H. Ristine, earlier Commander; 
First Lieutenant G. W. Maneval; Second Lieutenants F. B. Armistead, H. A. Bomke, J. W. Henschke, J. J. 
Jasper, V. F. Kiblinger, T. J. McGovern, C. B. Nelson, W. M. Quirk, R. E. Tenley, H. C. Tomes, and C. R. 
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IN THE FIELD AT WEST POINT 



OBSERVING 
FIRE 




IN RESERVE 



CHAPTER VI 

The Observation Batteries 

THE original plan of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School provided for an "observation 
battalion" for older men to determine their physical and mental suitability for the Field Artillery. 
It was a broadened application of the original idea that was put into effect shortly after the opening 
of the School, when experience began to show the necessity for a preparatory department for all candidates. 

This preparatory department, known as the observation batteries, had a twofold function: (1) to fit 
suitable candidates for the work of the main course and (2) to eliminate those not suited for Field Artillery 
training. 

In the operation of the observation batteries there was a basic schedule of one week and an advanced sched- 
ule of one week. The basic schedule included instruction in the fundamentals of dismounted drill, military 
courtesy, guard duty, and mathematics. The subject of dismounted drill was covered as outlined in Drill and 
Service Regulations for Field Artillery, with utmost emphasis upon precise and brisk execution. Military cour- 
tesy was dwelt upon in detailed instruction that presented the salute as "the foundation of military discipline" 
and as indicative of the "aggressive attitude of mind and body that marks the true soldier." Instruction in 
guard duty enabled the candidates by the end of a week to perform the duties of a sentinel on post. 

An important feature of the observation batteries was a brief course in mathematics. The purpose was 
particularly to give the older candidates a chance to brush up on the topics in which they were rusty and to 
furnish to all a basis for technical subjects of the training course. The mathematical course was restricted to 
parts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry essential for the Field Artillery. This course, as 
developed in the observation batteries, is printed as a part of the "Field Artillery Instruction Memoranda" 
of the School. 

Illustrative of the way in which this basic program was given is the schedule for the fourth day of the week: 

Basic Schedule: Fourth Day 

6:45 to 7:45 a.m. Inspection by Battalion Commanding Officer. 

7:45 to 8:45 a.m. Guard Duty. Corporal of the guard. Formal guard mount at 4:45 p.m. Assign- 
ment D. & S. R. F. A. 754-767 N. C. O. Manual 50-57. 

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8:45 to 


9:45 a.m. 


9:45 to 10:45 a.m. 


10:45 to 11:15 a.m. 


12:30 to 


1 :30 p.m. 


1:30 to 


2:30 p.m. 


2:30 to 


3:15 p.m. 


3:15 to 


3:45 P.M. 


3:45 to 


4:30 p.m. 


7:00 to 


9:00 p.m. 



Drill. School of the soldier. Military courtesy. . 

Mathematics. 

Physical drill. 

Mathematics. 

Drill. School of the squad. D. & S. R. F. A. Vol. 1, par. 75, 100 to 110. 

Lectures: Customs of service; honor system. 

Athletics, supervised by the battalion commanders. 

Drill. Squad movements by numbers. Review of day's instruction. Towards 

close of period, squad movements without numbers. 

Evening Study. Lecture: Personal hygiene. Study Assignment D. & S. R. F. A. 

covering work done first day. 

Upon qualifying in the basic work, candidates were transferred to the advanced platoon. The mathema- 
tics course there included parts of trigonometry, approximate methods, co-ordinates, hasty calculations and the 
elements of probability. Further work was given along the lines of the basic schedule with an important addi- 
tion. Candidates now had opportunity to instruct new men in dismounted drill and to act as non-commissioned 
and commissioned officers. The advanced platoon training stressed power of command and systematically 
afforded candidates occasions to exercise it. 

A typical day's schedule follows: 

Advanced Schedule: Fourth Day 

6:45 to 7:45 a.m. Inspection; candidates acting as battery officers and N. C. O.'s. 

7:45 to 8:45 a.m. Guard Duty; Commander of the guard. Assignment M. I. G. D. 

8:45 to 9:45 a.m. Drill: School of the squad. 

9:45 to 10:45 a.m. Mathematics. 

10:45 to 11:15 a.m. Physical Drill. 

12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Mathematics. 

1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Drill: School of the squad. 

2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Lecture: Drill by platoon. Commands in unison. 

3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Drill: School of the squad. 

All of this was rigorous work. However, the physical condition of the individual, especially of the older 
man, was watched and care was taken not to make the training unduly strenuous. 

The evening study period in the observation area differed from the similar period in the main school. It 
was less a straight study period than a lecture period devoted to a discussion of the work of the day and an out- 

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line of the work of the next day. A series of talks was given by officers upon the purpose of the School, honor, 
loyalty, leadership, and the importance of discipline, voice, and carriage. 

The average satisfactory candidate required a week on the basic schedule and at least a week in the ad- 
vanced platoon. Men who had considerable military experience and exceptional beginners qualified to enter 
the training batteries one week after admission. Four weeks was the limit allowed for development. Those 
who, at the end of that period, had not shown themselves promising officer material had the option of resigning 
or of appearing before a Board authorized under Regulations Governing Central Officers Training Schools. 
Most of the unsuccessful candidates preferred the inconspicuous withdrawal from the school afforded by resign- 
ing. Upon acceptance of their resignations, these men were transferred to the Field Artillery Replacement 
Depot or to the School Troops with the same rank in which they entered. The procedure for unsatisfactory 
candidates was the same in the training batteries of the School. 

To graduate from the observation area into the training batteries, candidates had to obtain a satisfactory 
rating in the essential qualities of an officer on the Scott scale and also to be declared proficient in mathematics. 
An explanation of the Scott Rating Scale is given in the chapter on the grading system of the School. 

The success of the observation batteries was attested by more than the weekly transfer to the main school 
of large numbers of candidates drilled in fundamentals ready for the technical subjects of Field Artillery. It 
was attested by the spirit that marked the bearing and the loyalty that characterized the attitude of the obser- 
vation candidates as they "crossed the valley." No wishy-washy sentimentality this, but the spirit and loyalty 
of men keyed up in the observation batteries to meet the physical and mental exactions of the F. A. C. O. T. S. 
course. 

It was, moreover, in the observation batteries that the democratic aspect of the School was established. 
There, the things that counted were not whether a candidate was a Montana ranchman or a Chicago department 
store floor walker or a New York banker or a North Carolina judge, but simply and solely how good a soldier he 
showed himself in the day's schedule and, at night, how friendly and interesting a human being. 

It was no happy accident that brought about these results. To set the tone and to enforce the standards 
of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School promptly and firmly was the work of officers whom the 
Commandant selected as worthy of the imitation that follows example so much more decisively than precept. 

The officers of the observation batteries of the F. A. C. O. T. S. were these: 

Commanding Observation Area: Major H. C. Beeson; Major J. E. McMahon; Major A. V. Arnold. 

Commanding 1st Observation Battalion: Major H. C. Beeson. 

1st Observation Battery: Captain D. W. Glaspell; Captain S. F. Freeman; First Lieutenants F. W. 
Lovely and B. K. Arnett; Second Lieutenants M. L. Ahem; L. S. Storms, C. R. Mallory, H. T. Hill, C. R. Bryce, 
R. H. Cushing, and L. J. Stadler. 

2d Observation Battery: Captain R. B. Hersey; First Lieutenants J. F. Cross, R. J. Franklin, H. T. 
Chittum, and Vincent Vandervoort; Second Lieutenants R. G. Bloomer, Garland Shafer, L. E. White, W. E. 
Carson. T. C. Burton, F. A. Cavedo, H. W. Lloyd, L. M. Thomas, M. W. Converse, and J. B. Maple. 

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3d Observation Battery: Captain C. O. Mitchell; First Lieutenants A. C. Gale, H. C. Hutchins, and H. W. 
Teamer; Second Lieutenants M. F. Hall, Foreman Fleisher, William Odell, Jr., S. D. Wilson, J. W. Skoog, 
A. W. Olsen, H. H. Tomlinson, E. G. Brandt, and E. J. Kaufmann. 

Commanding 2d Observation Battalion: Major A. V. Arnold; Captain J. C. Lewis; Captain F. E. Dixon; 
Captain G. E. Keeler. 

4th Observation Battery: Captain M. T. Glover; First Lieutenants R. B. Hersey and Thomas Halverson, 
Second Lieutenants W. J. Rooke, R. E. Hoffman, T. D. Padgett, Earl Cebernick, H. H. Hanna, R. H. Turner; 
G. E. Glossop, P. C. Walsh, H. Q. Van Dyke, H. C. Cooley, R. B. Calhoun, P. L. McDonald, and H. O. 
Schmalhorst. 

5th Observation Battery: Captain C. S. Christie; First Lieutenants L. C. Huffman and G. E. Keeler; 
Second Lieutenants Arnold Leonard, Sherman Baldwin, C. A. Pennock, W. J. Hill, M. A. James, A. W. Howe, 
C. M. Knight, G. R. Rice, H. E. Peet, and J. H. Winston. 

6th Observation Battery: Captain J. C. Lewis; Captain J. H. Carson; First Lieutenant Paul Reighard; 
Second Lieutenants H. N. Cudney, C. E. Larrabee, J. H. Lewis, J. F. Durrett, Charles Fairman, Harry Augus- 
tine, and C. A. Cole. 

Commanding 3d Observation Battalion: Captain D. C. Imboden; Captain M. T. Glover. 

7th Observation Battery: Captain F. E. Dixon; First Lieutenants W. M. Walters and L. B. Maxwell; 
Second Lieutenants G. B. Lamb, J. A. Burnell, H. W. Mitchell, L. E. Pedrick, and B. A. Ludgate. 

8th Observation Battery: First Lieutenant M. L. Ahern; Second Lieutenants W. W. Cason, M. C. Ander- 
son, and William Johann. 

9th Observation Battery: First Lieutenant Sengstron Hettler; Second Lieutenants L. O. Miller, G. C. 
Reis, E. O. Huey, and B. P. Lester. 

Commanding 4th Observation Battalion : Captain Arthur Phillips. 

10th Observation Battery: First Lieutenant T. D. Padgett; Second Lieutenants G. E. Glossop, H. A. 
Bomke, J. R. Brown, and M. C. Holmes. 

11th Observation Battery: First Lieutenant H. N. Cudney; Second Lieutenants, H. A. Phoenix, F. J. 
Plimpton and H. L. Gustafson. 

12th Observation Battery: First Lieutenant W. J. Rooke; Second Lieutenants R. M. Shaw, Jr., H. T. 
Hill, Walter Host, and F. H. Wolff. 

Commanding 5th Observation Battalion: Major A. V. Arnold; Major J. E. McMahon; Captain K. K. 
Jones. 

13th Observation Battery: First Lieutenants W. S. Rathbun and H. T. Chittum; Second Lieutenants 
W. J. Hill, C. J. Larrabee, H. I. Jacobsen, and P. E. Mott. 

14th Observation Battery: First Lieutenant M. H. Bright; Second Lieutenants R. H. Turner, H. H. Tom- 
linson, and R. J. McCullough. 

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15th Observation Battery: First Lieutenants A. H. Hodges and P. C. Walsh; Second Lieutenants A. W. 
Howe, R. R. Batton, and J. S. C. Ross. 

16th Observation Battery: First Lieutenant Frank Von Bokern, Second Lieutenants J. A. Burnell and 
R. H. Cushing. 

17th Observation Battery: First Lieutenant M. J. Cummings; Second Lieutenants H. H. Hanna, C. C. 
Jones, P. M. Foote, and R. G. Perry. 

18th Observation Battery: First Lieutenant T. J. Sheehan; Second Lieutenants Joseph Ehrman, Jr., R. 
D. Hall, and W. R. Hatfield. 

19th Observation Battery: First Lieutenant R. G. Bloomer; Second Lieutenants C. M. Knight, Salvatore 
Tomaso, and W. E. Philbrick. 

20th Observation Battery: Captain K. K. Jones; First Lieutenant L. S. Storms; Second Lieutenants, S. D. 
Willon, J. E. Skoog, and L. R. Ford. 




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CHAPTER VII 

Scope and Details of the F. A. C. O. T. S. Training Course 

IT was a far cry in more than miles from the lovely promontory above the Hudson River, where rise the splen- 
did stone buildings of the United States Military Academy, to the yellow farm land near Louisville, where 
squat the monotonous frame barracks of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School. But in a 
vital sense there was a bond — a maternal relationship — between West Point, ancient, small and stern, and the 
quick-growing, huge, and also stern Training School at Camp Taylor. In the hour of grave national need, the 
mother institution had the aid of a giant daughter. 

That the intimacy of the relationship is not exaggerated plain facts will prove. In the first place, the Chief 
of Field Artillery and the Commandant of the School, who planned and administered the training, and many of 
the executive and instructing staff were graduated from the Military Academy and therefore tended uncon- 
sciously to transmit its training and tone. And quite consciously and deliberately, in the organization of the 
F. A. C. O. T. S., West Point was followed as a model, as far as was feasible. The regulations of the Military 
Academy were adopted with modifications, and likewise the West Point honor system and demerit system. But 
above all the West Point standard of what a good soldier should be and do was enforced. 

In this last point is contained the crux of the training of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School. 
It did not aim to be like the Military Academy in breadth or like the School of Fire at Fort Sill in specialization. 
It did aim to take over large groups of untrained candidates and, as an emergency proposition, in four months 
to make of them officers capable of handling enlisted men and sufficiently qualified in fundamentals of Field 
Artillery to begin as second lieutenants in service or to continue training to become battery commanders. 

It was a tenet of the F. A. C. O. T. S. to impress candidates with this restriction of aim. The comment of 
one candidate of good ability and creditable rating — "I know how little I know" — typifies the understanding 
of graduates that they were not finished artillerymen. As an index of intellectual and professional honesty 
this basis of the entire School was significant. 

The character of the work of the observation batteries has been indicated in the preceding chapter. What 
then was the scope of the course of the training batteries? With the observation period of two to four weeks as 
preliminary, the F. A. C. O. T. S. schedule covered twelve weeks of intensive training in heavy and light artillery. 
There were fifteen technical subjects. The course called for forty-three hours of class work each week, eight 

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THOSE WERE THE HAPPY DAYS 




HARD AT IT 



hours daily except Saturday, with supervised study periods of two hours each evening except Wednesday, 
twelfth week was spent in the field, with no routine classes. 

A typical schedule for a day in the seventh week follows: 



The 



6:45 to 7:45 a.m. Conduct of Fire. 


12:30 to 


1 :30 p.m. 


Care and Training of Horses. 


7:45 to 8:45 a.m. Driving. 


1:30 to 


2:30 p.m. 


Communication. 


8:45 to 9:45 a.m. Fire Discipline. 


2:30 to 


3:30 p.m. 


Field Gunnery. 


9:45 to 10:45 a.m. Topography. 


3:30 to 


4:30 P.M. 


Reconnaissance. 


10:45 to 11 :15 a.m. Physical Drill. 


7:00 to 


9:00 p.m. 


Study Period (Supervised). 



The original list of technical subjects of the F. A. C. O. T. S. course numbered 26: 



Dismounted Drill, Saluting, etc. 

Pistol Drill and Guard Duty. 

Re-drill and Power of Command. 

Gun Squad Drill. 

Firing Battery Drill. 

Driving Drill and Signals. 

Gun Laying, Fuse Setting, etc. 

Artillery Plotter, Art. Boards. 

Description and Care Materiel and Equipment. 

Stables and Stable Management. 

Administration. 

Entraining, Detraining, Camping. 

Simple Cordage. 



Signaling and Telephones. 

Map Reading and Sketching. 

Conduct of Fire. 

Use of Battery Instruments. 

Reconnaissance. 

Protection for Guns, Ammunition, etc. 

Materiel. 

Care and Training of Horses. 

Harness Fitting and Draft. 

Riding. 

Field Firing. 

Ballistics, Gunnery, etc. 

Motors and Tractors. 



These subjects were later re-arranged and combined into 20. 
further re-arrangement into 15 : 



On October 1st, they were reduced by a 



Administration. 

Care and Training of Horses. 

Communication . 

Conduct of Fire. 

Dismounted Drill. 

Driving. 

Field Gunnery. 

Fire Discipline. 



Gun Squad Drill. 

Materiel. 

Pistol Drill and Guard Duty. 

Reconnaissance. 

Re-drill. 

Riding. 

Topography. 



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For the completeness of this record there is given an itemization of the fifteen subjects of the final course, as 
supplied by Lieutenant Colonel Hicks: 

Administration: (10 hours). Army Regulations. Battery Administration and Paper Work. Manual of 
Courts Martial. Field Service Regulations. 

Anti-Gas: (12 hours). Inspection and Drill with Respirators. Disinfection of Respirators. Adjustment 
of Horse Mask. Passing through Gas Trenches and Gas House. 

Care and Training of Horses: (37 hours). The Nomenclature of the Horse. Ordinary Diseases of the 
Horse. Types of Artillery Horses. Rules for the Care of Horses. Shoeing. Construction of Picket Line. 
Simple Cordage. Grooming. Soundness and Common Medicines. Care and Policing of Stables. Stable Ad- 
ministration. Entraining and Detraining Horses. 

Communication: (45 hours). Semaphore (40 characters a minute, method of teaching). International 
Morse Code, Buzzer and Wig- Wag (method of teaching). Elementary Electricity. Local Battery Telephone 
(theoretical wiring and location of faults) . Operation of Four Drop Monocord Switchboard. Projector (nomen- 
clature and adjustment). 

Conduct of Fire: (69 hours). Computation of Firing Data. Mask Clearance. Minimum Range. Fun- 
damentals of Fire for Adjustment. Fundamentals of Fire for Effect. Appropriate Brackets. Blackboard, 
Terrain Board, Miniature Range and Smoke-Bomb Firing. Observation of Service Firing. Nomenclature, 
Care and Use of Fire Control Instruments. Simple Derivation of Firing Data from Map. Compass Laying. 

Dismounted Drill and Military Courtesies: (16 hours). Dismounted Formations of the Battery. Com- 
mands. Saluting. Military Courtesies and Customs of the Service. 

Driving: (51 hours). Rolling drivers' rolls and packing same. Nomenclature and use of the various 
parts of the harness, both breast and steel collar harness. Proper adjustment of all parts of the artillery harness 
and tests for the same. Harnessing and unharnessing in the field and in garrison. Managing of the pair and the 
team. Battery drill mounted to include all movements — limbering and unlimbering, driving over difficult and 
varied ground — to include ditches, hills, woods and varied terrain. How to get out of difficult places and to 
start a stalled team. One week of field instruction in camp, including marches, occupation of positions, and the 
feeding, watering, and care of horses in the field and on the march. 

Field Gunnery: (27 hours). Simple Definitions. Par. 1044 D. & S. R. F. A. Elements of Rigidity and 
Manipulation of the Trajectory. Range Tables 3" Field Gun, Atmospheric Effects on the Trajectory. Dis- 
persion. Probable Error, to include 3-dimension problems. Practical application of principles to drill 
regulations. 

Gun Squad Drill: (12 hours). Complete the gun squad drill for 3" gun and British 75mm. materiel. 

Drill of the Firing Battery: (69 hours). Complete Paragraphs 833-1043 of the D. & S. R. F. A. for the 
3" gun and British 75mm. materiel (9 weeks on 3" gun; 2 weeks on British 75mm. gun). 

Materiel: (40 hours). Description and nomenclature of the wheeled materiel. Dismantling and assem- 
bling traversing and elevation apparatus. Mounting and dismounting the gun and recoil mechanism, 3" and 

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British 75mm. gun materiel. Ammunition and Fuses — American common shrapnel; 21 seconds and both per- 
cussion fuses. Entraining and Detraining Materiel loading one flat car and chocking same. Cleaning Harness, 
pitching shelter tents, rolling rolls and packing same on the carriages. 

Physical Training: (33 hours). As prescribed in the Manual of Physical Training. 

Pistol Drill and Guard Duty: (14 hours). Manual of Interior Guard Duty. Practical Application on 
Guard. Manual of the Pistol. Position and Aiming Drills. Pistol Firing. 

Reconnaissance: (45 hours). The Battery Detail, the Formation. Route Marking. Horse Holding. 
Gun Marking. The Duties of the Executive. The Establishment of Communication. Target Designation. 
Agents. Sending and Delivering Messages. Scouts. Road Reports. Reconnaissance of Route. The Gun 
Position. The Desirable and Undesirable Features. 

Riding : (17 hours) . Nomenclature and use of various parts of the horse equipment. To fold the blanket, 
to saddle and unsaddle, to fit both the double and snaffle bridles. To handle the reins properly and the proper 
position of the soldier mounted. The suppling exercises and the purpose of the same. The ordinary aids used 
in controlling the horse and their proper use. How to gather the horse, to halt and back him, to take the gallop 
with the proper lead and the principles of posting — emphasizing the necessity of posting as much on one diagonal 
as the other. The principles of jumping — using very small hurdles. The ordinary gaits and the care of the 
horse on the road. 

Topography: (50 hours). Pace Scales, their construction and use. Simple Traverse. Intersection and 
Resection. Logical Contouring. Visibility (profile method). Panoramic Sketching. The French Co-ordinate 
System (Lambert and Bonne projections not touched upon). Hidden and Visible Area. Computation of Dead 
Area from the Map. Methods of Determining the Exact Position of the Directing Piece. Area Sketch. 

Field Instruction in Camp: Twelfth Week. 



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CHAPTER VIII 

The Field Training Battalion 

WHEN you say " West Point " to a graduate of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School there 
bobs up before his mind 's eye, not a picture of the United States Military Academy, but a vision of 
recalcitrant horses at a picket line, of white shrapnel bursts in service firing, and a hundred memories 
of camp life in the lower Ohio River Valley. It happens that the Field Artillery Brigade Firing Center to which 
candidates of the F. A. C. 0. T. S. went for the twelfth week of their course was located near the village of West 
Point, Kentucky. "Here we live with our horses and our guns, the twin joys of an artilleryman's.life," wrote 
a correspondent of The Probable Error in one of the October issues. 

The preceding training was practically a preparation for this climax week in the Field Battalion Training 
at West Point. Then and there came the test. After study, recitation, conference, and drill for eleven weeks the 
candidates had to take charge, under actual field conditions, of firing battery drill, driving drill, care and use of 
field equipment, driving over varied and difficult ground, work of the Battery Commander's detail, reconnais- 
sance and occupation of position, service firing and conduct and observation of fire. During this week in camp 
all duties were performed by candidates, no enlisted men except cooks being present. 

Grades on technical subjects were not given. Candidates were rated on the five essential qualities of an 
officer and twelfth- week ratings were averaged with the technical grades of the preceding eleven weeks to deter- 
mine the*final marks which fixed the relative standing of the graduating class. In a few instances batteries that 
had been conspicuously proficient in their technical knowledge in class recitations fell short of their high promise 
in "working with their hands" in camp. But such was the earnestness and enthusiasm of the candidates who 
reached this final week that there was not a single absolute disqualification. 

On the march of twenty miles from Camp Taylor to West Point and while in camp there, the organization 
of each candidate battery was as follows: One captain, two first lieutenants, two second lieutenants, one first 
sergeant, one mess sergeant, one supply sergeant, one stable sergeant, ten sergeants (eight chiefs of section, an 
instrument sergeant, and a signal sergeant), twenty-four corporals (four gunners, twelve caisson corporals, one 
battalion agent, one clerk, one range finder, one scissors instrument operator, two signal corporals, and two 
scouts), one chief mechanic, four cooks, three mechanics, three buglers, one guidon, eighteen privates in B. C. 
detail. A nine-section battery was taken into the field, with one escort wagon per battery. 

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COMPANY STREET 



GUN PARK 




HINDENBURG IN ACTION 



KEEPING 'EM ROLLING 



The schedule of field instruction in camp was : 



SATURDAY: 



SUNDAY: 



MONDAY: 



Assignment of batteries to tents and materiel. Assignment to duties. Equipment issued. Instruction in 
arrangement of cots and equipment in tents. Explanation of routine camp duties-police, sanitation, limits of 
camp. 

6:45 to 7:45 a.m. Drivers — harness drill, harness fitting. 

Cannoneers — care of materiel. B. C. detail — telephones. 

Entire battery march to drill ground. Drivers — battery mounted with limbers and 

caisson section. Cannoneers — firing battery, B. C. detail, reconnaissance. 
Stab es and care of matSriel. 
Battery mounted. B. C. detail — signaling. 
Drivers — battery mounted. Cannoneers — firing battery. B. C. detail — signaling and 

telephones. 
Entire battery — draft over varied ground. 



7:45 to 10:15 a.m. 

10:15 to 11:15 a.m. 

12:30 to 1:30 p.m. 

1:30 to 2:30 p.m. 

2:30 to 4:30 p.m. 





6:45 to 7:45 A.M 




7:45 to 8:45 a.m. 




8:45 to 10:15 a.m. 




10:15 to 11:15 a.m. 




12:30 to 1:30 p.m. 




1:30 to 4:30 p.m. 


TUESDAY: 


6:45 to 10:15 a.m. 




10:15 to 11:15 a.m. 




12:30 to 1:30 p.m. 




1:30 to 2:30 p.m. 




2:30 to 4:30 p.m. 


WEDNESDAY: 


6:45 to 10:15 a.m. 



Entire battery — making blanket rolls. 

Drivers — harnessing and packing rolls. 

Cannoneers — packing rolls and care of materiel in preparation for march. 

saddling and packing rolls. 
Drivers and cannoneers — battery mounted, unlimbering, and limbering. 

sketching, signaling and telephones. 
Stables and care of materiel. 

Entire Battery — battery mounted. Firing battery. 
Entire Battery — draft over varied ground. 



Entire Battery — short march with full pack. 
Reconnaissance, occupation of position, firing battery. 
Stables and care of materiel. 
Entire Battery — battery mounted. 
Entire Battery — harnessing and harness fitting. 
Drives — battery mounted. Cannoneers — firing battery, 
phones, and sketching. 



B. C. detail— 



B. C. detail— 



B. C. detail — signaling, tele- 



Entire Battery — short march with full pack. 

Reconnaissance, occupation of position, firing battery. 
10:15 to 11:15 a.m. Stables and care of materiel. 
12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Battery cleaning. Adjustment of sights and quadrants. 



THURSDAY: 



6:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Entire Battery — march with full pack to firing point; reconnaissance and occupation of 
positions, field firing; establish camp, break camp, return. 
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FRIDAY: 
SATURDAY: 



Same as Thursday. 

Inspection, turn in equipment, lecture on French materiel. 



The work of the Field Training Battalion was outlined and organized by Major W. C. Crane, to whose 
energy and capacity for detail the success of the training was in large measure due. Major Crane was succeeded 
by Major J. P. Halstead and later by Major R. P. McBride, under whom the same high standards were main- 
tamed. Each battery, as it worked at West Point, was in charge of its regular officers as instructors. 




v V •fi£fatyn35*fW t . ,i \. - 



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CHAPTER IX 

Instruction: The Senior Instructor's Office 

**P ■ ^\HE Senior Instructor shall supervise, coordinate, and regulate, under direction of the Commandant, the 
instruction according to the prescribed schedule." 
-*- This quotation from "Instruction Memorandum No. 1," outlines the duties of the head of the In- 

struction Department of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School. Certain of the administrative 
problems and provisions of the Senior Instructor's Office have interest. 

Among the problems was the advantageous use of the limited amount of materiel and the limited number of 
horses. The first scheme of assigning material and horses by battalions was soon replaced by a procedure which 
proved simple and adequate. The guns were stored in central materiel sheds and the battalions used them in 
rotation. Similarly, the 300 horses available for riding were kept in main stables to which training batteries 
reported for their turn in riding them. The plan of rotation was likewise applied to drill grounds, the facilities 
at Camp Taylor in this respect being limited for so large a student body. 

Humorously appealing to each beginning class were the "Trojan horses," wooden frames which furnished 
a basis for instruction in the application of horse equipment, artillery harness, draft and preliminary details of 
mounted instruction. These wooden horses proved better for preliminary work than live horses. The candi- 
date had only to think of his exercise and he was enabled to learn the application of these subjects thoroughly 
before having to worry about the eccentricities of the School's "bull-ring steeds." 

Except when the weather absolutely prevented, classes were conducted out of doors. Use was made of semi- 
circular, wooden bleachers seating about 200 candidates. In going from one recitation to another, sections 
proceeded at double time. This was aimed as a variant to the mental work and also as a time saver. 

Classes for instructors were conducted from the outset. These normal courses were in charge of the depart- 
ment heads and officers who were experts in their various lines. Classes were held five hours a week; at first, at 
different times of the day, and later at the noon hour, during the candidates' physical instruction period. 

Talks on teaching methods were given and instructors were supplied with detailed directions for the conduct 
of all recitations. The report of the Commandant to the Chief of Field Artillery read: "In general the instruc- 
tors were alert, earnest, and industrious. Factors that stimulated were promotions and the announcement that 
a certain percentage of the teaching staff who did good work would probably be rewarded by overseas duty. 
While changes in personnel tend in general to diminish the continuity of teaching, this loss was probably com- 

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pensated for by the increased energy and spirit of instructors when they felt that good teaching would not simply 
mean more teaching but a chance for active service." 

Daily bulletins were issued from the Senior Instructor's Office relating to instruction and organization 
matters. This means of reaching every instructor in the School promptly and frequently served to unify 
teaching in aim and method. 

Weekly meetings of department heads and battalion commanders were held on every Saturday morning 
in the office of the Senior Instructor. Reports were made on the work of the past week and administrative and 
teaching problems of the following week were considered. 

Acting candidate officers and non-commissioned officers were changed daily by roster thus insuring that 
everyone in the student body had a chance to learn the duties performed by all of the officers and non-com- 
missioned officers in a battery. Grades were given on the performance of these duties. 

Due to the lack of sufficient commissioned officers to serve as instructors, particularly in the early stages of 
the School, use was made of candidates of marked ability in certain technical lines. They attended the in- 
structors' schools in technical subjects to which they were assigned and they served satisfactorily. 

The element of competition was introduced wherever possible. The rivalry developed between batteries 
resulted in increased efficiency. 

As they marched to classes in the morning and at noon the candidates sang popular songs led by candidates 
having the vim of college cheer leaders. This practice was encouraged by permitting batteries to march at route 
order while singing. A school for candidate song leaders was held each afternoon. Candidates attending this 
class were excused from retreat. The singing of candidates was one of the factors that developed the intense 
school spirit and loyalty which ordinarily requires years and long-established traditions to arouse. 

The principle that "the foundation of battery efficiency is well-trained gun crews" was impressed upon the 
candidates. They were encouraged to use the materiel after school hours. Gunner's examinations were given 
to candidates in the eighth week and chevrons were awarded to those qualifying as expert gunners, first-class 
gunners, and second-class gunners. Squads were formed in instruction periods and competed with each other. 
Members of the best gun squad in the battalion were entitled to wear a chevron. 

Opportunity was given candidates to conduct dismounted drill under the supervision of commissioned 
officers, who gave the candidates conducting the drill remedial criticism. 

The earliest instruction memoranda were put forth in mimeographed form. After revision in the light of 
three months' teaching experience they were issued as a printed, loose-leaf volume, Field Artillery Instruction 
Memoranda. It was an encyclopedic text-book, composed of contributions on subjects of the course prepared 
by the department directors and by other officers. This book of composite authorship and compilation amplifies 
the Drill and Service Regulations and various manuals in an illuminating way and presents sound methods 
of teaching Field Artillery fundamentals. It has won note in the Field Artillery as a contribution to the litera- 
ture of the arm. Field Artillery Instruction Memoranda may be published later for general circulation. 

Lieutenant Colonel Hicks, the first Senior Instructor, edited the major portion of Field Artillery Instruc- 

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THE BULL RING" AND OTHER FAMILIAR RETROSPECTS 



THE 
GRAY 
HORSE 
BATTERY 




MAPS AND SUCH 



tion Memoranda, under the direction of Colonel Carter. His assistant was Lieutenant W. A. Enos. Later 
Lieutenant Colonel Arnold, as Senior Instructor, was the editor, assisted in printing details by Captain Walters. 
The contributors to this book, alphabetically listed, were: Major Joseph Andrews, Major H. C. Beeson, 
Captain W. S. Bryant, Major E. G. Byers, Lieutenant Colonel R. E. Coulson, Major W. C. Crane, Lieutenant 
J. J. Downing, Lieutenant L. R. Ford, Captain R. J. Franklin, Captain W. G. Kinsolving, Captain M. L. Land- 
rith, Major J. C. Lewis, Captain F. W. Lovely, Major R. B. McBride, Jr., Lieutenant McCune, Captain Stephen 
Mahon, Captain J. L. Orr, Major T. G. Peyton, Captain H. H. Ristine, Captain H. E. Ryerson, Lieutenant M. 
D. Stevers, Captain Raymond Walters, Major Ronald Webster, Major J. C. Wyeth, Captain A. L. Zerbey. 




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CHAPTER X 

Instruction: Five Main Departments 

THE F. A. C. 0. T. S. Instruction Bulletin of August 30, 1918, announced that " the subjects on the schedule 
will hereafter be considered as grouped under four general divisions." These departments, to which a 
fifth was added later, were designed " to coordinate and to supervise the courses of instruction." They 
worked in cooperation with battalion and battery organization. 

The department heads, "responsible to the Senior Instructor for all instruction under their subjects, " were: 
Department of Fire Discipline and Materiel, Major John E. McMahon, later Captain Arthur L. Zerbey; De- 
partment of Gunnery, Major James C. Lewis; Department of Mounted Instruction, Major Robert B. McBride, 
later Captain Stephen Mahon; Department of Reconnaissance, Major Ronald Webster; Department of Mis- 
cellaneous Instruction, Major Earl G. Byers. 

Department of Fire Discipline and Materiel 

The Department of Fire Discipline and Materiel had charge of instruction in Fire Discipline, Firing Battery 
Drill, Gun Squad Drill, and Materiel. In addition to actual range firing, each candidate received ninety-seven 
hours of instruction in subjects in this department. One full period was spent at the guns every day of the 
course. Fire Discipline was so developed that the graduate could assume the duties of an executive officer 
capable of himself doing all he asked of his cannoneers. In instruction, each candidate was rotated daily through 
each position as cannoneer. Instructors were required to correct promptly mistakes in firing battery drill. 
Discipline was rigid. A noisy battery was never tolerated. Opportunity was given for work on the guns outside 
of drill hours, and of this every candidate took advantage. Gunners' examinations were held during the ninth 
week of the course, the eighth week being devoted to preparation for these tests. Chevrons were awarded for 
members of successful gun crews. Special chevrons were given to the winners in battalion competitions. The 
eleventh and twelfth weeks of the course were devoted to instruction in Fire Discipline and Gun Squad Drill in 
the use of the British 75mm. gun. Forty-nine American gun sections and twenty-four British gun sections 
were employed. There was work at night on the sights and quadrants under the supervision of commissioned 
instructors, assisted by candidate assistants whose help was invaluable. 

Instruction in Gun Squad Drill extended through the first four weeks of the course. It specialized in in- 

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dividual duties of the cannoneers, aiming also to develop mental and physical coordination in the candidates. 
Later in the course drill of the gun squads was frequently introduced to vary the work of Firing Battery Drill. 

In Materiel the course covered the nomenclature of the American 3-inch piece and caissons with limbers; 
British 75mm. gun, care of leather equipment, tent pitching and rolls, and dismounting all parts of the mechan- 
ism involved. Candidates made drawings of the elevating mechanism, the recoil system, panoramic sights, etc. 
Instruction was given in entraining and detraining on flat cars, American and French. Sectionized projectiles 
and blue prints were used in demonstrating the subjects of Fuses and Ammunition. Particular attention was 
paid, in teaching, to the function of a part. 

An effort was made to cooperate closely with the course at Fort Sill. 

"The work in this department has demonstrated the necessity of visual instruction. Candidates learned to 
do things they had seen with fifty per cent, more ease than those which were merely explained." 

Department of Gunnery 

The subjects supervised by the Department of Gunnery included Conduct of Fire, Field Gunnery, and 
Nomenclature and Use of Fire Control Instruments. One hundred and five officers were assigned to the de- 
partment. 

The first four weeks of the study of Conduct of Fire were devoted largely to computation of firing data, for 
which the review of elementary mathematics in the observation batteries furnished a basis. Blackboard firing 
was followed by terrain board, miniature range, and smoke bomb. The climax was a week of service practice 
on the range. In addition to assignments in Field and Service Drill Regidations, the course included the French 
method of percussion precision fire, map firing, and firing with compass and map. 

The course in Field Gunnery, beginning with the trajectory, its manipulation and the effects of atmospheric 
conditions, took up and dealt largely with dispersion. Its basis was a clear understanding of probable error; 
applications to problems were based entirely on the graphic or "dispersion scale" method. Candidates were 
taught how to compute the location of the center of impact for range, direction, or height on any number of 
observations. The probability of getting hits on targets of two and three dimensions was solved, likewise by 
the graphic method. Probability was expressed as per cent. 

Under Nomenclature and Use of Fire Control Instruments, the following were studied, set up, and operated: 
battery commander's telescope (1915), aiming circle, range finder, and field glasses. All adjustments were made 
in class, including those for backlash, site, range, etc. The Instruction Memorandum on the course gave com- 
plete nomenclature, adjustments, and uses, together with drawings of instruments and the adjustments. 

All work covered in the department had application during the week of field firing, which was under the 
supervision of the department director. Candidates who passed in this course attained considerable ability in 
actually conducting fire on the range. 

Particular attention was paid to training instructors in sound methods of teaching gunnery. It was required 
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that recitation schedules be followed exactly. As an aid toward this end copies of study assignments with ques- 
tions on the important points of the next lesson were distributed to candidates. Weekly examinations were 
given by the department and the grading of examination papers by instructors was checked to insure standard 
marking. 

Department of Mounted Instruction 

The Department of Mounted Instruction embraced Riding, Driving, and the Care and Training of Horses. 
The connection between these three subjects was established in the teaching of candidates. 

The elementary part of Riding was given on wooden horses. The advantage of this device has already been 
stated. Riding extended over the first half of the schedule. Finished horsemen could not, of course, be made in 
six weeks but candidates were in general brought to a stage of development where they could handle their 
mounted work upon graduation without embarrassment. 

The course in Driving was continued for the entire twelve weeks. Stress was laid upon fundamentals such 
as the adjustment of harness. Four weeks were devoted to the nomenclature and adjustment of breast and steel 
collar harness and methods of harnessing and unharnessing in the field and in the garrison. The fifth week 
instruction dealt with arm signals in which absolute adherence to the "D. & S. R. F. A. " was demanded. The 
last seven weeks were taken up with actual driving. This began with simple mounted movements and proceeded 
to thoroughly executed mounted drill before real draft was attempted. Emphasis was laid upon the duties of 
chiefs of section and of caisson corporals. They were held responsible for the conduct of their section or car- 
riages. Practice in going into action and limbering and the general instruction in draft prepared candidates for 
their twelfth week in the field. The terrain at West Point, Kentucky, where they drove as members of the Field 
Training Battalion, was varied so that they had experience in occupying battery positions of all types. 

In the instruction on Care and Training of Horses, candidates were impressed that the efficiency of a light 
battery depends vitally upon the condition of its animals. The course included the elementary physiology of 
the horse; a study of common ailments and treatments; the feeding, watering, and grooming of horses in the 
field; the actual selection by candidates of a team from a number of horses and other subjects given under the 
detailed list of the School course. 

Department of Reconnaissance 

The Department of Reconnaissance included Communication, Reconnaissance, and Topography. 

The course in Communication aimed to teach the mechanical means of liaison. There was work in visual 
signalling — semaphore and wigwag — to show candidates how to go about training signallers. It was found 
necessary to introduce a course in elementary electricity. To assist instructors in electricity and telephoning, 
diagrams on large sheets of beaver board were prepared to illustrate points in the lessons. Practical work in 
establishment of communication by telephone through a switchboard central was taken up during the latter 

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'CIRCUS STUFF" BY GRADUATING CLASS MEMBERS 




SMOKE 
BOMBING 




"ACROSS THE VALLEY' 



part of the course. Candidates had practice in connecting the field service buzzer, the camp telephone and the 
W. E. 1375 new camp telephone through a switchboard. Lectures brought out the importance of communica- 
tion in success on the battlefield. 

Instruction in Reconnaissance was given according to teaching methods evolved at the School of Fire at 
Fort Sill. Because of the shortage of horses, the work, except during two weeks, was conducted dismounted. 
Candidates were made familiar with the duties of agents, gun markers, route markers and with the duties of the 
battery commander's detail. 

It was found that candidates had great difficulty in visualizing the work. To stimulate their interest in 
the subject and to acquaint them with the common vocabulary of fortification, a series of lectures on field for- 
tifications was presented at the conclusion of the course. 

Topography was taught with the idea of making map readers and with no intention of making skillful 
sketchers. To aid instructors, detailed memoranda on what topics to stress, the order in which to explain various 
points, what equipment to draw and issue, etc., were prepared and discussed in instructors' classes, and later 
were printed. A constant effort was made to show candidates the value of maps to the artilleryman. 

Care was taken to have standardized examinations in varying forms, with an avoidance of catch questions 
and unusual questions. The grading was checked by having marked papers of one section of each battery 
submitted to the Department. 

Department of Miscellaneous Instruction 

Administration, Pistol Drill and Guard Duty, Anti-Gas, Dismounted Drill, Military Courtesy, Physical 
Training and other subjects not grouped under the four earlier departments were incorporated in the Depart- 
ment of Miscellaneous Instruction. Here arrangements were made also for competitions throughout the School, 
athletics and the giving of instructive and inspirational talks. There were sub-departments, each in charge of a 
lieutenant, covering the main divisions indicated. 

In addition to instruction of candidates in administration, classes were conducted for the benefit of officers 
assigned to administrative work in the batteries. A uniform system of administration was conducted in battery 
offices in cooperation with battery commanders. 

Formal guard mountings were superintended and graded. Competitive shoots between batteries on the 
pistol range were arranged for classes completing their fourth week. 

In dismounted Drill and Military Courtesy "snap" drills were conducted daily and competitions were 
organized to determine the crack squad and crack battery in each battalion. One such crack battery drilled at 
graduation exercises in December. 

Anti-Gas instruction culminated in two periods in the gas chambers. 

Daily instruction of all batteries in physical drill was supervised by this department, which also had charge 
of athletics. 

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Talks on the Scott rating scale and various phases of personnel work were given to groups of graduates of 
the later classes immediately before they left the School. 

Other Departments 

There were two other departments of a supervisory character. Major Clinton W. Sells, as Senior Instructor 
of Motors, acted as a consulting head in matters relating to motorized artillery. Owing to lack of equipment the 
formal course in motors planned was not given. The Senior Instructor of Signalling, Major Joseph Andrews, 
had supervision of instruction in the instructors' classes and of the course in Communication in the Department 
of Reconnaissance. 




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CHAPTER XI 

Grading System of the F. A. C. O. T. S. 

GRADUATION exercises on "Quarry Field" at Camp Taylor. Line upon line of candidates, marked by 
red battery guidons, are at attention, facing the bunting-bedecked stand of the Commandant and his 
staff. At the Adjutant's order, five candidates step out of ranks from each battery of the graduating 
class. With thousands watching, these men — the honor men of their batteries — are presented individually with 
the certificate that attests successful completion of the F. A. C. O. T. S. course and recommends appointment as 
second lieutenant of Field Artillery. 

A contrasted picture might be presented, such as the humorous-tragic account in The Probable Error of the 
"benzine board," showing delinquent candidates called before officers and given the option of resigning or of a 
formal hearing. 

What was the system that determined who should stand, chest out and chin up, in the honor line, and who 
should leave the Executive Office to exchange his red, white, and blue hat cord for the scarlet cord of the replace- 
ment depot — but also with chest up and chin out. For let it be known that, with all the strictness of the School, 
there was consideration and it was made plain to each delinquent candidate that his shortcomings related to 
command in the Field Artillery and that he was not a failure as a soldier and a patriot. So they went out with 
chins up. 

The system that registered the performance in the course of honor men and delinquents and all who came 
between these was devised in advance of the opening of the School. The basis of it was worked out by Colonel 
Carter, Colonel Goodyear (then School Adjutant) and the Registrar of Lehigh University, who was appointed 
for this work as a representative of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars, and who later became 
Registrar of the School. This appointment was made through the Committee on Classification of Personnel in 
the Army, now the Commissioned Personnel Branch, Operative Division, of the General Staff. 

The main points of the F. A. C. O. T. S. grading system were as follows: 

Each candidate was graded weekly on technical subjects upon a percentage basis, with 75 as a weekly 
passing mark and 70 as a minimum average for the course for graduation. Each candidate was judged monthly 
under the Scott rating scale upon the five essential qualities of an officer. The minimum rating for graduation 
was 50. The relative numerical rank of a graduate in the entire School was based upon the average of his tech- 
nical subjects grade and his essential qualities rating. 

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Each week battery commanders delivered to the Office of the Registrar grades for sections of 25 candidates 
in all subjects for that week. Grades and ratings were presented on pocket sheets carried in oil board covers. 
By means of a loose-leaf and cut-leaf combination these sheets could be used for entering grades immediately 
upon recitation and drill in the field, and they could then be turned in without recopying. 

The work of recording instructor's grades upon final record cards was performed in the Office of the Regis- 
trar. This office compiled two forms of deficiency lists for battery commanders, one giving candidates whose 
average for the week was below 75 and a second (without specific grades) for posting on battery bulletin boards. 

Charts were prepared each week on each of the fifteen technical subjects showing by means of graphical 
representation the percentage of candidates in each battery having grades between 60 and 75 and the percent- 
age of those below 60. A general report upon technical grades and essential qualities ratings of the entire 
School was presented to the Commandant each week. 

During the twelfth week of the course, which was devoted to practical work in the field, no grades were given 
in technical subjects. Candidates were then rated according to the essential qualities scale and this final rating 
was taken as the candidate's measure of value. Earlier ratings were disregarded. 

The computing of individual ratings of graduating candidates and their relative standing for submission to 
an appointed board of officers and the Commandant was done in the Office of the Registrar. 

Certain points in the foregoing outline may well be amplified. 

For the judging of candidates upon the "five essential qualities" of an officer an admirable procedure was 
furnished in the rating scale of the War Department, devised by Dr. Walter Dill Scott of the Carnegie Institute 
of Technology, now Colonel Scott, head of the Commissioned Personnel Branch, Operative Division, General 
Staff. The Scott scale measures every officer upon essential military qualities by studied comparison with 
officers of the next higher rank who exhibit these essential qualities in varying degrees. Its basis is concrete 
valuation, as opposed to abstract estimate. It aims to express the merit of the officer being rated as measured 
by the ability and performance of actual officers in the rank to which he would next be promoted. 

As applied in the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School, an instructor, in preparing his rating 
scale, would first make a list of a dozen or more second lieutenants of Field Artillery well known to him, including 
all grades of merit from highest to lowest. Then, disregarding all other characteristics, he would select from this 
list the lieutenant who in regard to Physical Qualities most impressed his men; then the lieutenant who was least 
impressive, then the lieutenant who represented the middle or average, and finally, lieutenants midway between 
the middle and the extremes. On five separate lines provided on pocket rating sheets, the instructor would 
write the name or initials of his scale lieutenants, the highest represented by a numerical value of 15, the high 
man 12, the middle 9, the low 6 and the lowest 3. Similar scales were made for Intelligence, Leadership, and 
Personal Qualities and likewise for General Value to the Service, the numerical values in General Value to the 
Service being 40, 32, 24, 16 and 8. 

An analysis of the qualities considered is shown in the directions to instructors on the back of pocket rating 
sheets, which read as follows: 

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A BATTERY POSITION 




FIRE OISCIPLINF 



1. Each Rating Officer will make his own scale, according to the directions given on Form CCP 1102 — 
Central, for each of the five essential qualities for an officer: 

I. PHYSICAL QUALITIES. — Disregard every characteristic of the candidate except the way in 

which he impresses men by his physique, bearing, neatness, voice, energy, and endurance. 
II. INTELLIGENCE. — Consider his accuracy, ease in learning, and ability to grasp new points of 

view and to overcome difficulties, disregarding all other qualities. 
III. LEADERSHIP. — Consider his force, self-reliance, initiative, decisiveness, tact; and ability to 

command obedience, loyalty, and cooperation of men. 
IV. PERSONAL QUALITIES. — Consider his industry, dependability, loyalty, personal habits, and 

readiness to shoulder responsibility for his own acts. 
V.— GENERAL VALUE TO THE SERVICE.— Consider his value as an administrator, as an 
instructor, as a drill-master, as a leader in action; and whether he can arrive quickly at a sensible 
decision in a crisis. 

2. At the end of each four weeks of the course, turn in this sheet to the Battery Commander, giving your 
ratings of the candidates listed, based upon observation of them for four weeks. 

In the observation batteries of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School the essential qualities 
ratings were used as the criterion of advancement to the training batteries, with the additional stipulation that 
the candidate must be declared qualified in mathematics. Inasmuch as the rating of the average officer is 60 
points, a rating of 50 was fixed as necessary for a candidate to be graduated and recommended for appointment 
as a second lieutenant of Field Artillery. 

The rating scale was not constructed to register the progress and final proficiency of the candidate in the 
technical subjects of Field Artillery. To accomplish this, careful records of performance in recitations, tests, and 
drills had to be kept. This was done upon a percentage basis. The satisfactory grade in technical subjects was 
fixed at 75 per cent, for a weekly average, with 70 per cent, as the final weighted passing grade. In fixing these 
satisfactory and final passing grades consideration was taken of Special Regulations No. 53 of the War Depart- 
ment covering "Examinations and Classification of Gunners of the Field Artillery," which prescribes 85 per 
cent, as the grade for an expert first-class gunner, and of the passing mark at the School of Fire at Fort Sill, which 
is 70 per cent. 

A basis of weighting each of the fifteen technical subjects was devised to be applied in computing the can- 
didate's rating for graduation. This was fixed primarily upon the number of hours devoted to the subject, with 
modifications dictated by consideration as to the relative importance of the subjects as Field Artillery essentials. 
Upon a count of 100, the weighting was as follows: Administration 2, Care and Training of Horses 5, Communi- 
cation 6, Conduct of Fire, 12, Dismounted Drill 4, Driving 6, Field Gunnery 10, Fire Discipline 10, Gun Squad 
Drill 2, Materiel 7, Pistol Drill and Guard Duty 2, Reconnaissance 10, Re-drill 12, Riding 2, Topography and 
Artillery Boards 10. 

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The final rating grade of a candidate was determined by averaging his essential qualities rating and his 
technical subjects grade. To combine the totals of a scale system and a percentage system was incongruous only 
upon the surface. Both elements being constant, the combination fairly represented the standing of the candi- 
date in his class and was so employed in determining his relative numerical rank at graduation. 

The Registrar of the School was Captain Raymond Walters. Second Lieutenant Edgar J. Kauf rnann and 
Second Lieutenant John C. Montgomery served successively as Assistant Registrar. 




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CHAPTER XII 

Statistical Analyses of Grades 

*HE record cards of the 8737 graduates of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School from August 
16, 1918, to February 1, 1919, were examined by the Office of the Registrar to determine : 

A. (1) the proportion of graduates drawn from various civil vocations; 

(2) the proportion of graduates within certain age divisions; 

(3) the proportion of graduates of grade school, of high school, and of college training; 

(4) the proportion of graduates obtained from enlisted personnel and Civilian Application 
Office sources; and 

B. the rating grades made by representatives of each of these classes. 

In Chart No. 1 results of this examination are presented in numbers and in approximate percentages. 
Before considering these results in detail, a few preliminary explanations seem advisable. 

The ten vocational divisions were : Business, including executives, salesmen and clerical workers; Engineer- 
ing, including all branches of engineering and architects; Farming, including farm and ranch owners and employ- 
ees; Industry, including employees in steel, automobile, chemical and similar industries; Journalism, including 
newspaper and magazine writers and editors; Law, largely attorneys in general practice; miscellaneous, includ- 
ing dentists, barbers, butchers and various others ; Regular Army, enlisted men of the " old army " ; Study, practi- 
cally all college students; Teaching, largely teachers in public and private schools. 

By the term "rating grade" is meant a mark obtained by averaging the final grade of each candidate in 
technical subjects of the course and his final rating on the five essential qualities of an officer. 

Grades and ratings were given under the system outlined in the preceding chapter. 

Methods of marking throughout the training batteries were uniform. Classes in the same week in each 
course took the same examinations prepared by department heads. 

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RATING GRADES P. A. C. O. T. S. GRADUATES 







Totals 


90-86 


86-80 


80-76 


76-70 


70-66 


66-60 




No. 


% 


No. 


% 


No. 


% 


No. 


% 


No. 


% 


No. 


% 


No. 


% 






2536 


29.0 


3 


01 


34 


1.3 


129 


5.1 


715 


28.2 


1139 


44.9 


516 


20.3 




Engineering 


1241 


14.2 


1 


08 


18 


1.5 


79 


6.4 


405 


32.6 


553 


44.0 


185 


14 9 








V 


Farming 


809 


9.2 






6 


.7 


20 


2.5 


230 


28.4 


386 


47.7 


167 


20.6 




c 


Industry 


813 


9.3 






6 


.7 


53 


6.5 


217 


24.2 


412 


50.7 


125 


15.4 


A 


Journalism 


154 


1.8 






3 


1.9 


10 


6.5 


33 


21.4 


67 


43.5 


41 


26.6 


I 




440 


5.0 






10 


2.3 


33 


7.5 


126 


28.6 


215 


48.6 


56 


12.7 


o 

N 




472 


5.4 






2 


.4 


35 


7.4 


104 


22.0 


210 


44.5 


121 


25.0 


S 




45 


.5 






1 


2.2 


9 


20.0 


15 


33.3 


16 


35.6 


4 


8.9 






1295 


14.8 


8 


02 


25 


1.9 


69 


5.3 


354 


27.3 


627 


48.4 


212 


16.4 






932 


10.7 






14 


1.5 


68 


7.3 


256 


27.5 


394 


42.3 


200 


21.5 




Totals 


8737 


100.0 


12 


14 


119 


1.4 


505 


5.8 


2455 


28.1 


4019 


46.0 


1627 


18.0 




















18 to 20 years 


563 


6.4 


4 


79 


14 


2.5 


18 


3.2 


133 


23.6 


337 


59.8 


57 


10.1 




21 to 26 years 


5634 


64.5 


7 


12 


75 


1.3 


350 


6.2 


1608 


28.5 


2567 


45.6 


1028 


18.2 


A 
G 






27 to 81 years .... 


2076 


23.8 


1 


05 


22 


1.1 


112 


5.4 


580 


27.5 


906 


43.6 


455 


21.9 






E 
S 


32 to 40 years 


448 


5.1 






8 


1.8 


25 


5.6 


130 


29.0 


198 


44.2 


86 


19.1 






16 


.2 














4 


25.0 


11 


68.8 


1 


6.3 




Totals 


8737 


100.0 


12 


14 


119 


1.4 


505 


5.8 


2455 


28.1 


4019 


46.0 


1627 


18.6 






















120 


1.4 










6 


5.0 

5.5 
5.7 


23 


19.2 


71 


59.2 


21 


17.5 








D 

U 


High School 


2416 


27.6 


1 


04 


15 


.6 


133 


709 


29.4 


1054 


43.6 


503 


20.8 


c 

A 

T 


College, Undergrad 


1295 


14.8 


7 


54 


20 


1.5 


74 


354 


27.4 


627 


48.4 


212 


16.4 


College, Non-grad 


1955 


22.4 


3 


02 


38 


1.9 


89 


4.6 


538 


27.5 


904 


46.2 


384 


19.6 


I 



College, Grad 


2951 


33.8 


1 


03 


46 


1.6 


203 


6.9 


831 


28.1 


1303 


46.1 


507 


17.1 


N 


Totals 


8737 


100.0 


12 


14 


119 


1.4 


505 


5.8 


2155 


28.1 


4019 


46.0 


1627 


18.6 




















S 


u 

R 




6973 


79.8 


11 


17 


100 


1.4 


450 


6.4 


2011 


28.8 


3037 


43.6 


1364 


19.6 


Application Office 


1764 


20.2 


1 


05 


10 


1.1 


55 


3.1 
5.8 


444 


25.1 


982 


55.6 


263 


14.9 


C 
E 

S 


Totals 


8737 


100.0 


12 


14 


119 


1.4 


505 


2455 


28.1 


4019 


46.0 


1627 


18.6 







CHART No. 1 



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" IN THIS 
MANNER 
AND CADENCE, 
EXERCISE I " 




ZERO HOUR 








RIDING— REAL AND " SIMULATED ' 



Representation by Vocation, Ages, Education and Sources 

A. (1) The study shows that, of the 8737 students of the School graduated and awarded commissions 
in either the Field Artillery or, after the armistice was signed, in the Field Artillery Reserve Corps, the propor- 
tion of graduates furnished by various occupations were in the following order: 

1. Business, with 2536 and a percentage of 29.0259. 

2. Study (college) , 1295 or 14.8220 per cent. 

3. Engineering, with 1241 or 14.2039 per cent. 

4. Teaching, 932 or 10.6672 per cent. 

5. Industry, 813 or 9.3052 per cent. 

6. Farming, 809 or 9.2594 per cent. 

7. Law, 440 or 5.0360 per cent. 

8. Journalism, 154 or 1.7626 per cent. 

9. Regular Army (enlisted men), 45 or .5150 per cent. 
10. Miscellaneous occupations, 472 or 5.4023 per cent. 

(2) Of 8737 graduates 563 or 6.4438 per cent, were between 18 and 20 years, inclusive; 5634 or 
64.4843 per cent, were between 21 and 26 years, inclusive; 2076 or 23.7610 per cent, were between 27 and 31 years, 
inclusive; 448 or 5.1276 per cent, were between 32 and 40 years inclusive; and 16 graduates or .1831 per cent, 
were more than 41 years. The oldest graduate was 43 years, 5 months and 25 days. 

(3) There were 2951 college graduates or 33.7758 per cent, of the total of the F. A. C. O. T. S. 
graduates; 2416 or 27.6525 per cent, having a high school education only; 1955 or 22.3761 per cent, former 
college men with at least one year of college training but no degree; 1295 undergraduates or 14.8220 per cent, who 
left college to enlist in the Army; and 120 or 1.3734 per cent, who attended grade school only. 

(4) The enlisted personnel furnished 6973 candidates who were graduated or 79.8100 per cent.; 
1764 or 20.1899 per cent, came in through the Civilian Application Office. 

B. The rating grades of these four classes were as follows: 

Rating Grades Analysis by Vocations 

90-85. Only 12 candidates out of 8737 or .14 per cent, attained a rating grade upon graduation between 
90 and 85 (one of these was 90.63). Eight of this class or 66.6666 per cent, were college undergraduates, repre- 
sentatives of a group that formed 14.8220 per cent, of all graduates of the School. These 8 constituted .6177 per 
cent, of their group. It should be stated that 6 of these undergraduates had Field Artillery training at Yale, 
and at Camp Jackson, and already held commissions as Second Lieutenants. There were 3 business men in this 

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class (a banker, a retail grocer, and a store manager) or .0118 per cent, of all business men graduated from the 
School. The one engineer in this class gave his profession a percentage of .0805. 

85-80. Rating grades between 85 and 80 were made by 119 graduates or 1.3620 per cent. Lawyers were 
first with 10 representatives or 2.2727 per cent. The one Regular Army enlisted man who qualified in this class 
gave his group a percentage of 2.2222. Next came 3 journalists out of 154 or 1.9480 per cent. There were 20 
college undergraduates or 1.5444 per cent, of their number in the School. Other groups in order were teachers, 
14 or 1.5021 per cent.; engineers, 18 or 1.4504 per cent.; business, 34 or 1.3406 per cent.; farmers, 6 or .7416 
per cent. ; industrial workers, 6 or .7380 per cent. ; miscellaneous, 2 or .4237 per cent. 

80-75. The order of groups making grades between 80 and 75 was : Regular Army, 9 or 20.0000 per cent. ; 
law, 33 or 7.5000 per cent.; teaching, 68 or 7.2961 per cent.; industry, 53 or 6.5190 per cent.; journalism, 10 or 
6.4935 per cent. ; engineering, 79 or 6.3658 per cent.; study, 69 or 5.3281 per cent.; business, 129 or 5.0867 per 
cent. ; farming 20 or 2.4721 per cent. ; miscellaneous, 35 or 7.4152 per cent. 

75-70. Regular Army, 15 or 33.3333 per cent.; engineering, 405 or 32.6349 per cent.; law, 126 or 28.6363 
per cent. ; farming, 230 or 28.4300 per cent.; business, 715 or 28.1940 per cent.; teaching, 256 or 27.4678 per 
cent.; study, 354 or 27.3359 per cent.; industry, 217 or 24.2068 per cent.; journalism, 33 or 21.4285 per cent; 
miscellaneous, 104 or 22.0335 per cent. 

70-65. Industry, 412 or 50.6773 per cent.; law, 215 or 48.6363 per cent.; study, 627 or 48.4169 per cent.; 
farming, 386 or 47.7010 per cent. ; business, 1,139 or 44.9132 per cent. ; engineering, 553 or 44.5608 per cent. ; jour- 
nalism, 67 or 43.5064 per cent.; teaching, 394 or 42.2746 per cent.; Regular Army, 16 or 35.5555 per cent.; mis- 
cellaneous, 210 or 44.4915 per cent. 

65-60. Journalism, 41 or 26.6233 per cent.; teaching, 200 or 21.4592 per cent.; farming, 167 or 20.6427 
per cent.; business, 516 or 20.3470 per cent.; study, 212 or 16.3706 per cent.; industry, 125 or 15.3751 percent.; 
engineering, 185 or 14.9073 per cent.; law, 56 or 12.7272 per cent.; Regular Army, 4 or 8.8888 per cent.; 
miscellaneous, 121 or 25.6377 per cent. 

Rating Grade Analysis by Ages 

Graduates of 18 to 20 years inclusive led in the highest class of rating grades with .7910 per cent., as com- 
pared with .1242 per cent, and .0481 per cent, for the groups of 21 to 26 years and 27 to 31 years, respectively. 

The 18 to 20 years group also headed the 85 to 80 class with 2.4866 per cent. ; the 32 to 40 years group was 
second with 1.7857 per cent.; the 21 to 26 years group came third with 1.3310 per cent., and the 27 to 31 years 
group last with 1.0597 per cent. 

The order in the 80 to 75 class was 21 to 26 years group, 6.2122 per cent.; 32 to 40 years, 5.5803 per cent.; 
27 to 31 years, 5.3949 per cent. ; 18 to 20 years, 3.1971 per cent. 

The 32 to 40 years group led the 75 to 70 class with 29.0178 per cent. The order of the other groups 

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follows: 21 to 26 years, 28.5410 per cent.; 27 to 81 years, 27.4566 per cent.; 41 years and over, 25.0000 per 
cent. ; 18 to 20 years, 23.6218 per cent. 

The percentages in the two lowest classes are presented approximately in Chart No. 1. 

Rating Grade Analysis by Education 

College undergraduates easily captured first place in the 90 to 85 class, as a glance at Chart No. 1 will 
show. The previous artillery training of 6 of these candidates, already referred to, must always be taken 
into consideration. 

In the 80 to 75 class, college graduates attained 6.8790 per cent.; college undergraduates, 5.7142 per cent.; 
high school graduates, 5.5049 per cent. ; grade school graduates, 5.0000 per cent. ; and college non-graduates, 4.5525 
per cent. 

Chart No. 1 gives the other classes with sufficient clearness. 

Rating Grade Analysis by Sources 

As Chart No. 1. shows, the representatives of the enlisted personnel greatly exceeded the Civilian Appli- 
cation Office candidates in each of the four higher classes. 

Analysis of the Three High Classes 

There is interest in the total percentages of the various groups represented in the three classes of rating 
grades varying from 90 to 75, which may fairly be considered as high. 

The order of representation by vocations upon this basis follows: Regular Army, 22.2222 percent.; law, 
9.7727 per cent.; teaching, 8.7982 per cent.; journalism, 8.4415 percent.; engineering, 7.8967 per cent. ; study, 
7.8840 per cent. ; industry, 7.2570 per cent. ; business, 6.4391 per cent. ; farming, 3.2137 per cent. ; miscellaneous, 
7.8389 per cent. 

The order by ages: 21 to 26 years, 7.6674 per cent.; 32 to 40 years, 7.3660 per cent.; 27 to 31 years, 6.5027 
per cent.; 18 to 20 years, 6.4747 per cent. 

The order by education: college graduates, 8.4715 per cent.; college undergraduates, 7.7990 per cent.; 
college, non-graduates, 6.5115 per cent.; high school graduates, 6.1670 per cent.; grade school graduates, 5.0000 
per cent. 

The order by sources : Enlisted personnel, 8.0452 per cent.; Civilian Application Office, 4.2458 per cent. 

The 39th Battery, composed of 164 Yale undergraduates who had been trained in the Yale Battalion and 
had received commissions as Second Lieutenants following further training at Camp Jackson, South Carolina, 
made a conspicuous record in the F. A. C. O. T. S. Six of the 12 graduates in the 90 to 85 class were Yale 
Second Lieutenants. They furnished 17 representatives in the 85 to 80 class which had 119 members. 

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Deficiency Statistics of Armistice Period 

A study was made of deficient grades (grades below 75) of all candidates in thirteen technical subjects for 
the week in which the armistice was signed, the two weeks preceding and the two weeks following. The results 
of this examination are presented in Chart No. 2 in terms of percentage of candidates graded below 75 in each 
subject compared with the total number of candidates taking that subject. 

DEFICIENCY STATISTICS 



Subject 


Classes 
in 


WEEKS ENDING 


Weight 


Nov. 2 


Nov. 9 


Armistice 
Nov. 16 


Nov. 28 


Nov. 80 






% 


% 


% 


% 


% 


12 




26.7 


29.4 


28.3 


23.7 


19.0 


10 




18.9 


21.8 


16.6 


18.7 


10.4 


10 


Fire Discipline 


19.1 


29.3 


24.7 


24.6 


20.1 


10 




16.3 


13.5 


15.9 


17.9 


7.3 


10 




18.8 


18.8 


16.4 


15.9 


9.8 


7 




19.7 


34.4 


20.9 


33.1 


20.3 


6 




12.4 


11.5 


9.4 


8.7 


8.7 


6 




22.4 


23.4 


20.4 


22.1 


21.5 


5 


Care and Training of Horses 


16.4 


20.4 


21.7 


21.7 


18.8 


4 




12.7 


14.5 


16.3 


20.8 


14.9 


2 




16.1 


26.0 


23.7 


24.5 


18.2 


2 




31.4 


24.9 


35.2 


36.7 


20.2 


2 




26.9 


22.2 


26.9 


30.6 


19.8 









CHART No. 2 

In a consideration of these results, certain facts and factors should be known: 

1. The composition of the student body for the period considered was substantially the same. It was 
after December 1 that candidates were discharged in large numbers. 

2. Instructors were cautioned against leniency in grading after peace was certain, but they probably were 
more lenient. 

3. A factor of influence were articles in the newspaper of the student body, The Probable Error, exhorting 
candidates to do their best, and appeals by various instructors and battery and battalion commanders. 

4. Another factor was the prompt announcement by the Commandant, after the signing of the armistice, 
that candidates who desired to leave would be discharged as fast as possible, and that those who finished the 
course satisfactorily would receive commissions in the Field Artillery Reserve Corps. 

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Of interest in this connection are statistics of unsatisfactory work reported weekly to the Commandant by 
the Registrar, giving the percentage of candidates in all of the training batteries whose average (not weighted) 
in all technical subjects was lower than 75. These deficiency figures for the weeks listed in Chart No. 2 were: 
Week ending November 2, 13.79 per cent.; November 9, 20.13 per cent.; November 16 (armistice week) 16.29 
per cent. ; November 23, 19.74 per cent.; November 30, 13.92 per cent. 

Taking everything into consideration, the results show that news of peace did not cause candidates to stop 
working, — that the morale and scholastic tone of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School were very 
high. 

Deficiencies in a Typical Week 

A cross-section study of all record cards of training batteries of the School was made by the Registrar's 
Office for the week ending October 26, 1918. The examination showed that, during this typical week the 
deficiencies in technical subjects (grades below 75) were as follows: Candidates entering through the Civilian 
Application Office, under 32 years, 17.91 per cent, of their own number, over 32 years, 19.75 per cent. ; candidates 
entering from the enlisted personnel, 22.47 per cent. In essential qualities ratings (minimum satisfactory rating 
50) the deficiency percentages of these same groups were : Civilian Application Office candidates under 32 years, 
24.06 per cent,, over 32 years, 18.30 per cent. ; enlisted personnel candidates, 24.33 per cent. 

This examination also disclosed that, during this week, only one candidate out of 164 who came from the 
Yale University Reserve Officers Training Corps was below 75 in technical subjects, or .6096 per cent. These 
Yale men already had commissions as Second Lieutenants of Field Artillery, following training at Camp Jack- 
son. Of 771 other Second Lieutenants who similarly were candidates, the percentage having below 75 in tech- 
nical subjects this week was 16.08. None of the Second Lieutenants were rated on essential qualities in this 
particular week. 




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CHAPTER XIII 

The Personnel Office 

THE Personnel Office of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School was in certain respects a Per- 
sonnel organization unparalleled in the entire Army. In volume its work was probably not exceeded 
by that of any Personnel unit anywhere. In scope and complexity its problems were exceptional. In 
the lack of precedent for dealing with the situations that arose there were unusual demands for ingenuity and 
resourcefulness. 

The volume of work was due to the size of the School — which totaled approximately 17,000 officers, candi- 
dates, and enlisted men at its maximum — and to the fact that, in line with the policy of leaving battery officers 
free for their main business of teaching, the Personnel Office took over all paper work of the batteries except 
strictly administrative records. The complexity was due to the rapid growth of the institution and its con- 
stantly shifting personnel. Lack of precedent was, of course, a consequence of .the relative newness of certain 
phases of Personnel work as Army procedure and of the entire newness of certain problems of administering a 
huge officers training school. These elements attach interest to the basis upon which the F. A. C. O. T. S. Per- 
sonnel Office was organized and the manner in which it functioned. 

The organization was made up of the following main sections, all reporting to the School Personnel Adju- 
tant: Receiving section, handling individual records, orders, assignments, and card indexes; Observation Per- 
sonnel Office, handling records of incoming candidates, insurance, allotments, and routine Personnel Adjutant 
procedure; Intelligence section, handling military intelligence, Liberty Loan subscriptions, and cooperation with 
the newspaper, The Probable Error; Reports section, handling daily strength returns, the consolidation of morn- 
ing reports, rosters of officers, and miscellaneous reports; Discharge section, handling the closing of all records of 
enlisted men, arrangements for physical examination, and discharge certificates; Graduation section, handling 
data cards, graduation certificates, and the opening of records for officers; Files section, handling qualification 
cards and master file; Special Orders section, handling special orders of the School; Personnel Adjutant of School 
Troops, handling service records, pay-rolls, reports of changes, monthly rosters, correspondence, transfers, 
cooks, and kitchen police; Personnel Adjutant for each six batteries, handling service records, pay-rolls, report 
of changes, monthly rosters, correspondence, and transfers; Field Clerk, handling correspondence, letter file 
and incoming orders; Statistical Reports section, handling miscellaneous reports. The last six sections reported 
through the Assistant Personnel Adjutant. 

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AFTER THE ARMISTICE 




PARADING IN LOUISVILLE 



Built upon the "unit plan, " this organization was trained to both specialization and general work. Ordi- 
narily each unit handled its particular duties. In emergencies a unit that was severely taxed was assisted by other 
units. Instances of accommodation to large tasks came at times when the Receiving section took in 600 or 700 
men daily; when the Graduation section handled 2,454 graduates in one class; when 1,200 candidates were 
transferred from observation to training batteries. Following the signing of the armistice the discharging of 
some 10,000 candidates was a task that called for the concentration of practically every unit in the Office as 
well as a large additional force — a total of some sixty officers and two hundred enlisted men. 

Upon arrival at Camp Taylor, all new candidates reported to the Receiving Department of the School 
Personnel Office. The sources from which they entered were : Enlisted men, (1) from the Fourth Officers Train- 
ing Camps; (2) from the personnel of the Army; (3) from Students' Army Training Corps units. Civilians, 
(1) enlisted at F. A. C. O. T. S. ; (2) inducted by local draft boards through Civilian Application Office. Officers, 
(1) from S. A. T. C. units as Second Lieutenants of Field Artillery; (2) from other branches of the service, trans- 
ferred as Second Lieutenants of Field Artillery. Records pertaining to each candidate were started in the Re- 
ceiving Office. All records from earlier sources were standardized and by the time of graduation this section had 
everything clear for proper closing of records. Five cards were made out for each candidate upon reporting, 
including locater cards for general directory files of Camp headquarters and of the School, an assignment card 
for the Battery Commander, a routine card for checking progress in the Receiving section, and a service record 
card to be used as a card index by the Personnel Adjutant and for special order checking. 

Upon reporting to his organization commander in the Observation Area, the new candidate was assigned 
and his individual records were checked and completed in the Observation Area Personnel Office. In this 
clearing house for records, as many as fifty clerks were required at times. This office took care of any transfer 
of candidates within the observation batteries and of the transfer of all recommended to go "across the valley." 

The records of the promoted candidates next went to the Personnel Adjutant in the main Personnel Office 
in charge of the group of training batteries to which he was transferred. Supervision of the candidate's payment, 
correspondence relating to his status, and possible transfer from one battery to another were duties of the Per- 
sonnel Adjutant. To insure prompt payment, the Personnel Adjutant drew from the Finance Officer, assuming 
responsibility, and paid candidates personally, outside of instruction hours. 

When the candidate completed his course, the graduation section of the Personnel Office handled the 
making out of his commission and started a new set of records for him as an officer. Assignments to 
organizations were made upon the basis of scholastic proficiency as shown in final rating grades reported by the 
Registrar's Office. 

On the day of graduation, the candidate was handed an envelope which contained his discharge, certificate 
of graduation, his commission, and four copies of the special order assigning him to duty. These were all 
prepared by the graduation section. 

There were five main channels through which candidates were relieved from the School. They (1) were 
graduated and commissioned in active service, Field Artillery, U. S. A.; (2) were graduated and commissioned 

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in the Reserve Corps, Field Artillery, inactive status; (3) were transferred out of the School before graduation 
for scholastic and other reasons; (4) died; (5) were discharged after the signing of the armistice, November 11, 
1918, before graduating. 

Upon the graduation of each class, the Personnel Office furnished the Adjutant General of the Army an 
alphabetical roster of the candidates in the class, a board report upon relative standing of graduates, an oath of 
office for each candidate, an index slip, a history card, and copies of special orders appointing the officers. The 
basis of this vast amount of paper work was a 3 x 5 form card termed a "Data Card" which was made out by 
each graduate prior to discharge. This card, designed in the Personnel Office of the School, was adopted by 
the Adjutant General's Office for all central officers training schools, as were certain other details of office 
procedure. 

Candidates who failed to qualify in the School were interviewed to determine where in the Army they could 
render most efficient and satisfactory service. More than a hundred who expressed a desire for such work were 
assigned to various duties with the School Troops, the majority in the Personnel Office. The results in the Per- 
sonnel Office, in the Registrar's Office, and other offices were contributed to in large measure by the earnest, 
industrious, and efficient ex-candidates. 

In addition to the duties already outlined there were certain functions exercised by the School Personnel 
Office in line with the mission of Personnel as conceived by the Committee on Classification of Personnel in the 
Army, now the Enlisted Personnel Branch : "putting the round peg in the round hole and the square peg in the 
square hole — to make the draft truly selective." Under the function officially called Assignment, the Personnel 
Adjutant studied the need of the School for specially trained men and he found and assigned men qualified for 
specialized work with the School Troops and in the various offices. From the Depot Brigade and the Develop- 
ment Battalion of Camp Taylor, from the enlisted men and the ex-candidates at the School he obtained, for 
example, draftsmen for the Senior Instructor's Office, accountants and school principals for the Registrar's 
Office, musicians for the School Band, clerks for battalion offices, stable sergeants, saddlers, horseshoers, and 
mechanics for the School Batteries, chauffeurs for the Supply Company, druggists for the Medical Depart- 
ment, and students for the School for Cooks and Bakers to be employed later as cooks and mess sergeants for 

F. A. C. O. T. S. organizations. The selling of insurance to enlisted men, candidates, and officers in the 
School and the handling of compulsory and voluntary allotments of enlisted men were in charge of the Per- 
sonnel Office. 

The officer who planned and developed the detailed organization of the Personnel Office and was its admin- 
istrative head during the period of the School's largest enrollment was Major Frank A. Warner. The following 
is a complete list in chronological order of the force of the Personnel Office: Personnel Adjutant — Captain 
A. N. White, Major F. A. Warner, Captain J. B. Frazier, First Lieutenant T. S. P. Griffin, Captain P. T. Vance; 
Assistant Personnel Adjutants — Second Lieutenant R. I. Stout, First Lieutenant T. S. P. Griffin, Second Lieu- 
tenant G. L. Bright, First Lieutenant J. B. Frazier, First Lieutenant G. W. Marquardt, First Lieutenant 

G. M. Grunwald, First Lieutenant A. E. Ralston, First Lieutenant B. F. Sawyer, First Lieutenant B. S. 

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Rogerson, First Lieutenant Lester Long, Second Lieutenant T. W. Young, Second Lieutenant N. M. Banks, 
Second Lieutenant Philip Schwarz, Second Lieutenant G. H. Spencer, Second Lieutenant Jacob Smith, Second 
Lieutenant E. E. Sharp, Second Lieutenant C. W. Bailey, Second Lieutenant D. S. Peppers, Second Lieu- 
tenant I. A. Sartorious, Second Lieutenant Louis Freimuth, Second Lieutenant William Karshan, Second 
Lieutenant P. L. McDonald, Second Lieutenant L. F. Breir, Second Lieutenant P. J. Messer, Second Lieutenant 
Jacob Shapiro, Second Lieutenant H. D. Van Brant. 




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CHAPTER XIV 

The Supply Department, Permanent Training Personnel, etc. 

THE Supply Department of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School served as high as eighty- 
eight organizations at one time, a unit as large as four artillery brigades. But it was the extent to which 
these organizations of training and observation batteries and school troops were served that made the 
situation exceptional as a supply proposition. The large numbers of candidates who arrived weekly were taken 
care of by the Supply Office within twenty-four hours, which included equipping the enlisted men from other 
camps and both clothing and equipping the civilian recruits. A notable record of the Supply Office in this 
respect was 1,165 men equipped in one day. 

Intricate problems were presented as a consequence of the shifting personnel of the School. Clothing and 
equipment were issued to each incoming class and then, upon graduation, had to be received, checked, and issued 
over again. 

The supplies for the entire School were handled by the Supply Office; batteries had no permanent Supply 
Sergeant and maintained no supplies. Purchases were made for all messes from this one central source. This 
relief of battery commanders from the details of supply and mess was a factor that promoted the efficiency of 
the School by freeing officers for their primary work of instruction. In addition to food supplied, equipment 
that was not available from the Quartermaster was purchased by the Supply Officer. 

Mention should be made of the helpful cooperation of the Camp Taylor School for Cooks and Bakers, of 
which Major Lloyd King was Commandant. The messes conducted by the School for Cooks and Bakers were 
examples for the candidate officers as to the possibilities in this line. 

Exceptional features of transportation furnished by the Supply Department were for the policing of the 
entire School and for taking one battalion each week to the range at West Point, Kentucky, a distance of twenty- 
two miles, and bringing one battalion back. 

The Supply Officer of the School at the highest point of development was Major John G. Reed. The first 
Supply Officer was Captain Frank P. Abbott. The other officers connected with the Supply Department were: 
Major H. C. Beeson; First Lieutenants C. G. Vilsack, W. P. Morton; Second Lieutenants H. K. Strock, W. E. 
Moore, J. E. Schroeder, and C. H. Pearson. 

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Permanent Training Personnel 

In order to relieve candidates of all duties and fatigue work not pertinent to their training as Field Artillery 
officers, a permanent enlisted personnel, called "School Troops" was assigned to the School. The tables of 
organization called for three headquarters companies, with a band, two supply companies, mounted detachment, 
two light battalions, three batteries each and two heavy battalions, two batteries each. The enlisted personnel 
had the care of horses and materiel, furnished all clerical help, including permanent battery clerks, all details of 
policing, smoke bomb, K. P., and orderlies. These troops received training for Field Artillery Replacement 
overseas. , 

The following were the officers of the School Troops: 

Commanding Officer: Major F. W. Teague, Major J. G. Reed, Major R. B. McBride, Jr., Major Charles 
Hawksworth. 

Adjutant: First Lieutenant B. Pepinsky, First Lieutenant F. B. Curtis. 

School Headquarters Company: Captain Vance Towler, Captain H. H. Ristine; First Lieutenant M. M. 
Guthrie; Captain H. C. Hutchins; Second Lieutenant H. O. Voorhis, Second Lieutenant F. B. Hoefelmeyer. 

1st Headquarters Company: Second Lieutenants D. C. Cameron, J. F. Durrett, J. H. Burnell, and C. A. 
Cole. 

2d Headquarters Company: Second Lieutenants F. H. Estill, J. B. Maple, and J. F. Durrett. 

1st Supply Company: Captain F. P. Abbott; First Lieutenant C. G. Vilsack; Second Lieutenants B. S. 
Bennethum and Arnold Leonard. 

2d Supply Company: First Lieutenants F. F. Rolison and Arnold Leonard; Second Lieutenant H. R. 
Strock. 

Mounted Detachment: Captain E. H. Almquist, Captain P. C. Clayton, Captain L. R. Brown; First 
Lieutenant H. W. Teamer; Second Lieutenants W. H. Hayden, O. G. Elbel, and H. H. Fraser. 

1st Light School Battery: Captain F. E. Barrett; First Lieutenants H. C. Speed and F. P. Curtis; Second 
Lieutenants E. A. Maurer and J. E. Jacobs. 

2d Light School Battery: Captain W. S. Bryant; Captain H. D. Beylard; First Lieutenant P. P. Ewing; 
Second Lieutenants J. W. Stogdell, T. K. Sanders, R. F. Clifton, and H. D. Forchermer. 

3d Light School Battery: Captain W. P. Draper; Captain P. C. Clayton; First Lieutenants R. P. Short, 
and L. B. Stanley; Second Lieutenants Cecil Knoblock, C. K. Canlo, E. C. Hamm, F. A. Plastine, and E. J. 
Truthan. 

4th Light School Battery: Captain H. B. Kinsolving; First Lieutenants H. T. Deeds, R. P. Short, and G. 
L. Staley; Second Lieutenant B. M. Summer. 

5th Light School Battery: Captain Bernard Pepinsky; Second Lieutenants C. B. Cochran, J. A. Colborn, 
and J. W. Stogdell. 

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The Medical Department 

The large number of candidates in the School from civilian sources made unusual demands upon the Medi- 
cal Department, inasmuch as all candidates coming in from civil life had to undergo a physical examination 
before admission. A well organized procedure was developed for handling the continuous turn-over of can- 
didates. 

During the epidemic of influenza, for a period of about one month, every candidate entering the School 
from the enlisted personnel as well as from civilian sources was examined. The Medical Department through- 
out the epidemic made two examinations daily of the candidates in every battery and likewise the School Troops. 

Major Howard J. Ware, M.C., was the School Surgeon, and Captain S. M. Glasgow and First Lieutenant 
J. S. Beasby were the Assistant School Surgeons. The personnel of the Medical Detachment follows: Captains 
C. E. Schultz, J. R. Giblo, W. W. Leslie, H. W. Brannen, H. A. Davidson, B. F. Flanagan, B. J. O'Conner, 
and C. H. Wilkinson; First Lieutenants H. O. Witten, J. H. Chalat, A. B. Childs, A. J. Davidson, M. B. Davis, 
W. B. Mcllvaine, H. B. Martin, G. C. Milner, E. J. Steoes, J. R. Welch, and C. G. Goll. 

Reference Library and Publication Section 

There was created a publication section, which embraced the preparation and editing of exchange material 
and the supervision of all printing for the School. 

An officers' reference library was provided in which material from other central officers training schools and 
books and pamphlets relating to all subjects of the F. A. C. O. T. S. course were available for instructors. The 
publication section and the reference library were under the direction of Captain Raymond Walters. His 
assistant in the later handling of printing was First Lieutenant Robert I. Stout. 

F. A. C. O. T. S. Post Exchange 

A total of $602,500 in cash sales in five months was the record of the Post Exchange of the Field Artillery 
Central Officers Training School. The figures in round numbers from July 15 to December 1, 1918, follow: 

Canteens Equipment Exchanges 
July, August $53,000 $ 40,000 

September 50,500 70,000 

October 73,000 120,000 

November 76,000 120,000 

Here are the facts of interest about this thriving business run by the School for the School : 

Cash, over-the-counter sales in the four canteens from October 20 to December 10 were never less than 
$2,000 a day. 

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For a time stock was kept in the equipment exchanges sufficient to equip 1,200 officers a week. Uniforms 
were sold at manufacturers' cost, and all accessory lines at manufacturers' cost plus ten per cent, for operating 
expenses. It was the boast of the Exchange that it could " outfit an officer for $100 or thereabouts." The range 
of equipment included uniforms, boots, hats, underwear, insignia, shoes, leggings, blanket rolls, cots, trunks, and 
lockers. 

In the Exchange canteens there was for sale a full stock of "eats, drinks, and smokes," and also a complete 
line of military books, protractors, sketching outfits and other technical material. There were two barber shops 
and two tailor repair shops. The entire business was handled with a rigorous observance of military courtesies 
on the part of clerks and customers. Each Assistant Exchange Officer conducted a daily physical drill and 
school of the soldier for sales clerks. 

Purchases, expenditures, and price setting were handled at the Central Exchange Office. Profits to the 
amount of several thousand dollars will, it is hoped, be available for the use of the F. A. C. O. T. S. Association. 

The Exchange Officer was Captain Vance Towler. The following were Assistant Exchange Officers: First 
Lieutenants Daniel Kelly and Stanley Hills; Second Lieutenants Ronald Lammers and Herbert Caldwell. 

Y. M. C. A. and K. of C. Activities 

The report of Mr. P. C. Dix, Camp General Secretary, for Young Men's Christian Association activities in 
F. A. C. O. T. S. areas up to January 13, 1919, shows an estimated total of 1,150,000 visits by candidates to the 
five " Y " buildings that served the School. 

How candidates occupied the evenings and other spare time passed under Y. M. C. A. auspices is shown in 
further statistics: 

They wrote 504,186 letters on "Y" paper, sent 25,355 parcel post packages, and bought money orders 
amounting to $47,551.27, mailing all of these at the "Y" counters. 

At the 101 entertainments in the five buildings there was a total attendance of 48,003. Attendance at the 
53 moving picture shows aggregated 21,710. 

From the " Y" library shelves, 8,000 books were issued to candidates. 

In the building longest in service, Number 155, the educational activities included 18 lectures heard by 
9,930 candidates, and 151 classes in educational subjects. 

The report of Mr. E. N. Gardner, Secretary of Building Number 155, records 65 religious meetings with an 
attendance of 9,802; 175 Bible classes were conducted in which 3,593 candidates in the area served were students. 

At this building, the athletic equipment, consisting of baseballs, footballs, basketballs, boxing gloves, etc., 
was used by 8,170 candidates. 

The School was served by buildings Number 155 for six months, Number 153 for four months, Number 151 
for two months. Buildings Number 154 and Number 156 were in use by candidates and others for two months. 

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Each building had a regular staff of six secretaries. For six weeks, including all of October, no meetings could 
be held on account of the influenza epidemic. 

Three buildings of the Knights of Columbus were devoted to candidates of the School. The attendance 
was large at recreational meetings and religious services. Many thousands took advantage of the K. of C. 
facilities for letter writing, reading, and amusement. Statistics are not available. 




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"BEFORE AND AFTER TAKING' 



CHAPTER XV 

The Civilian Application Office 

H f I >HE last two officers training camps [beginning January and May, 1918] have drawn material entirely 
from the enlisted personnel of the Army. It has been found that this source is not sufficient to 
"■ supply the tremendous need for officers which now exists in the Field Artillery, especially the need 
of older men beyond the draft age." 

This extract from a letter written by Major General Snow indicates the situation in the summer of 1918 
when the American military forces were being marshalled for a gigantic effort in which the Field Artillery was to 
play a vital part. 

The policy of recruiting civilians of the type desired to supplement candidate officer material "combed" 
from the enlisted personnel was determined upon at the same time plans were formulated for the Field Artillery 
Central Officers Training School. Memoranda of information, application blanks, and questionnaires addressad 
to college students were sent out from the office cf the Chief of Field Artillery in Washington to colleges and 
universities throughout the country early in June. The results of this activity were not encouraging. 

Upon the actual organization of the Training School at Camp Taylor, a Civilian Application Office was 
opened with Captain B. H. Dibblee (later Lieutenant Colonel Dibblee) in charge. The work of this Office, 
together with the cooperation of a powerful patriotic association, to which tribute will later be paid, ultimately 
resulted in obtaining a picked group of civilians, who numerically made up more than one-fourth of the enroll- 
ment of the School and who far exceeded that proportion in contributing to the standards and spirit of the 
School. 

The earliest work of the Civilian Application Office was the preparation of new forms specifically applicable 
to the needs of the F. A. C. O. T. S. These included a blank to be filled out by the applicant, a questionnaire re- 
garding the applicant to be filled out by three reputable citizens following their letters of recommendation, and 
later a rating blank designed to make the examining agent consider qualities of the applicant that could be 
estimated in a short interview. 

The Civilian Application Office was faced by two problems: 

1. How to attract applicants? 

2. How to select applicants? 

What was needed in solving these problems was aid from some outside, patriotic, energetic medium. 

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Such a medium existed in the Military Training Camps Association of the United States, of which it is 
appropriate to give a brief sketch. This Association was formed in January, 1916, as a combination of various 
organizations of college students and business men who had attended War Department training camps. The 
purpose was to foster these training camps. Its original officers were Dr. Henry S. Drinker (who had served 
from 1913 to 1916 as President of the Society of the National Reserve Corps) Chairman of the Executive Com- 
mittee; Mr. Grenville Clark (later Colonel Clark), Secretary; Mr. J. Lloyd Derbey (later Captain Derbey), 
Treasurer; and Mr. D. K. Jay (later Major Jay), Executive Secretary. Dr. Drinker continues as Chairman of 
the Executive Committee, Captain Arthur F. Cosby is Executive Secretary, and Mr. Langdon P. Marvin is 
Secretary-Treasurer. The Executive Committee includes these officers and Mr. Tompkins Mcllvaine, Mr. 
Dean Sage, Mr. Charles B. Pike, Mr. C. Willing Hare, and Mr. George Wharton Pepper. 

Recommending that the civilian training camps be discontinued with the entry of the United States into 
the war in 1917, the Military Training Camps Association tendered to the Secretary of War the services of its 
organization throughout the country to aid in the enrollment of men for the officers reserve and the officers 
training camps. This offer was accepted by the Secretary of War. The Association cooperated most ener- 
getically with the Government along publicity lines and rendered assistance in examining applicants for the 
officers camps through volunteer physicians. Some 90,000 men, selected from about 150,000 applicants, were 
physically examined in eighteen days. Of this number 40,000 were accepted by the Government and the camps 
opened on schedule time with their full quota of men. The expense to the Association in this connection was 
estimated to be not less than $50,000 in cash, irrespective of the value of the time of the volunteers. 

It was with a knowledge of this record that Major-General Snow on July 16, 1918, wrote to the Association 
in regard to the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School at Camp Taylor: 

"You can be of great help in aiding us to secure the type of men the Field Artillery requires by calling 
to their attention information about this School. ... I am writing to request that you aid us in this 
matter and by cooperating with us you will be performing a valuable patriotic service." 

This invitation to help was reinforced by Colonel Carter, Commandant of the F. A. C. O. T. S. 

The Military Training Camps Association promptly accepted the invitation. From the outset effective 
newspaper circular and personal advertising for the School was obtained through branches of the Association. 

Having aided the Civilian Application Office of the F. A. C. O. T. S. in its problem of attracting applicants, 
it next assisted in the problem of selecting candidates from the mass of applicants. Extreme care had to be 
exercised in admitting only men of the highest type to the F. A. C. O. T. S. because, to meet the immediate officer 
needs, a large percentage of the candidates admitted would have to be commissioned. Special regulations of the 
War Department provided that applicants for the central officers training schools were to be examined and 
passed on by army officers on duty at various educational institutions as professors of military science and 
tactics. To assist in the work of selection, civilian committees were formed by the Military Training Camps 

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Association in all cities of 50,000 or more and in a few instances in smaller communities. These civilian com- 
mittees, which were shortly authorized as examining agencies, interviewed applicants in their localities and 
made reports and recommendations to the Civilian Application Office. Final action as to acceptance or rejec- 
tion was taken at the School. 

Following the signing of the armistice, Colonel Carter addressed a letter of appreciation to the Military 
Training Camps Association in which he wrote : 

" It is my firm belief that the candidates who have come here from civil life are as fine a body of men as 
could be gathered together and this is largely due to the untiring and unselfish efforts of the examining 
committees which your association has formed throughout the country." 

Certain details concerning the work of the Civilian Application Office are of interest. Its records show 
that the total number of civilian applications for admission to the School was 13,326. Of these 6,455 were 
accepted and 4,940 were actually admitted. 

Every state in the Union and also the Hawaiian Islands, Alaska, and Canada were represented by appli- 
cants. The fifteen states having the highest numbers of applicants were: 1. New York, 1,532; 2. Pennsyl- 
vania, 1,152; 3. Illinois, 845; 4. Massachusetts, 646; 5. California, 616; 6. Indiana, 547; 7. Texas, 510; 8. 
New Jersey, 436; 9. Minnesota, 424; 10. Missouri, 394; 11. Wisconsin, 340; 12. Iowa, 324; 13. Virginia, 252; 
14. Tennessee, 248; 15. Colorado, 245. 

To handle the mass of applications that came into the Civilian Application Office daily, a complete system 
of card records and filing was worked out. 

From August 8 to September 10 there was an hiatus in the functioning of the Office, due to the suspension 
by the Adjutant General of action upon applications, pending the passing of the selective service law. 

The Office sent out daily lists of applicants accepted to the examining committees for publication in local 
newspapers. Thousands of news items were used and these, together with Sunday supplement and feature 
articles, proved effective publicity. 

Representatives of the Civilian Application Office made visits to large cities where they addressed gather- 
ings and met prominent citizens to present the need for high-grade officer material in the Field Artillery and 
the opportunity offered by taking the F. A. C. O. T. S. course. 

An examination made in the Office of the Registrar of the deficiency lists of all training batteries for the 
week ending October 26, 1918, showed that 18 per cent, of the candidates who entered through the Civilian 
Application Office were deficient in technical subjects as compared with 23 per cent, of candidates who entered 
from the enlisted personnel. In essential qualities ratings, 22 per cent, of candidates entering through the 
Civilian Application Office were deficient as compared with 24 per cent, of candidates entering through the 
enlisted personnel. 

For the entire course, rating grade comparisons between graduates obtained through these two sources 

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were as follows: Attained rating grades between 90 and 85, Enlisted Personnel candidates, .17 per cent, of 
their total number, Civilian Application Office candidates .05 per cent, of their total number; between 80 and 
85, Enlisted Personnel candidates, 1.4 per cent., Civilian Application Office, 1.1 per cent.; between 80 and 75, 
Enlisted Personnel candidates, 6.4 per cent., Civilian Application Office candidates, 3.1 per cent.; between 75 
and 70, Enlisted Personnel candidates, 28.8 per cent., Civilian Application Office candidates, 25.1 per cent.; 
between 70 and 65 per cent., Enlisted Personnel, 43.6 per cent., Application Office, 55.6 per cent. ; between 65 
and 60 per cent., Enlisted Personnel, 19.6 per cent., Application Office, 14.9 per cent. 

The following were the officers in the Civilian Application Office: Lieutenant Colonel B. H. Dibblee, Major 
F. W. Teague, acting for a time, First Lieutenant R. I. Stout, First Lieutenant R. T. Simpson, and First Lieu- 
tenant W. S. Taft. 



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"YOU SEE, IT'S THIS WAY" 









RECREATIONS OF A CANDIDATE 



CHAPTER XVI 

The Spirit of the School 

DURING the period of the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School up to the signing of the armis- 
tice there was not a candidate in the guard house and not one tried by a summary court martial. 
The spirit manifested everywhere, from observation area to graduating batteries, was superb in its 
devotion to duty, in its acceptance of discipline, and in its enthusiasm for the service. There were many older men 
in every battery, men who had left business and family because of patriotic feeling, and these candidates sup- 
plied solidity of purpose and persistence of application in the student body. To these qualities of maturity the 
younger candidates added the zest and daring of youth. It was a fusion that produced exceptional results. 
Drudgery, drill, and discipline were triumphantly met. The late "sinister masters of Germany" overlooked 
these qualities in American manhood when they belittled the capacity of the United States to create armies and 
to train officers. 

While they took their work very seriously, these candidates of the F. A. C. O. T. S. did not take themselves 
too seriously. They sang and joked and made merry at battery feasts that were a duplication of the banquets 
of their college days. All of the human aspects of the School — particularly its humor — were mirrored on the 
pages of The Probable Error, a weekly newspaper written and edited by the candidates without censorship or 
official influence. This paper leaped at once to the forefront of soldier journals. Its weekly cross-section of the 
life of the candidates constitutes a record of significance in any study of the School. Typical material from 
The Probable Error is presented elsewhere in this book. 

Now, to commemorate their days at Camp Taylor, graduates and former students have formed an alumni 
association — a spontaneous, flourishing organization which already has a membership of more than 10,000. 
The F. A. C. O. T. S. Association will doubtless prove an important adjunct in the work of the United States 
Field Artillery Association. These former civilians, who are civilians again, have, thanks to their training and 
absorption of soldierly traditions at the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School, become a valuable asset 
for the Field Artillery — and better Americans. 



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CHAPTER XVII 

The Future of the School 

"t I "\HE Field Artillery Central Officers Training School at Camp Taylor, Kentucky, will be continued as the 
basic field artillery school. . . . The School will be commanded by Colonel A. H. Carter. " 
•"" This official announcement was contained in an information bulletin issued by the Chief of Field Artil- 
lery on January 15, 1919, outlining the new system of schools for Field Artillery officers. 

To continue thus the name, the system, and the commandant of the war-time Field Artillery Central 
Officers Training School constitutes the highest commendation from the highest source. 

The plan under which the new Field Artillery Central Officers Training School will furnish a basic course 
calls for "a school system for Field Artillery officers that will be comprehensive, thorough, systematic, and 
progressive and one that will fit in with the scheme for high army education. " Officers are required to take the 
basic and fundamental courses. "Merit and ability become the prerequisite for the higher courses. In short 
it is desired to make the system one with an aim — a goal ahead." Officers who do the best work will go forward 
to the Army Staff College and then to the Army War College. 

The new system includes the basic school at Camp Taylor, Kentucky, the general technical school at Fort 
Sill, Oklahoma, the tactical training school at Camp Knox, Kentucky; and also three schools for specialists: a 
school in trades needed by modern artillery, at Camp Jackson, South Carolina; a motor school, also at Camp 
Jackson ; and a school in heavy traction and maneuver of heavy artillery, at Camp Knox. In addition there will 
be at Camp Bragg, North Carolina, a School of Fire to give Field Artillery education to officers of other arms 
and Field Artillery Reserve Officers. 

Under the new system, the Field Artillery Central Officers Training School gives a comprehensive course 
in technical subjects with which all battery officers should be familiar, together with work in Administration, 
Property, Law, Business, and Teaching. This is thorough basic instruction for "officers just entering the 
Field Artillery from whatever source. " 

As this book goes to press, it is learned that the new officers' school at Camp Taylor has been ordered by the 
War Department to be discontinued. 

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F. A. D. R., REVISED— EDITION de BAER 




SOLDIER AT ATTENTION 

>HE heels on the ground and as close 
together as your army shoes permit. 
Feet turned out equally and at an 
angle of forty-five degrees. Remem- 
ber that the forty-five degrees doesn't 
mean Fahrenheit. The recruit will 
discover that his shoes are seven or 
eight sizes too large. This is for emergencies. In case 
of a surprise attack he will be able to retreat six or 
seven sizes without deserting his post. 

Knees straight with the dimples horizontal. 
Hips drawn in without any Hawaiian flourishes. 
There are no ukuleles in the field music. 

Weight of the body distributed evenly on both feet. 
That means your own feet. 

Chest arched and inflated like stock in a Pennsyl- 
vania munition factory. 

Skull erect and chin drawn in so that the battery 
commander won't catchhis spurs on your Adam's apple. 
Eyes straight to the front. You are there to drill 
and not to flirt. 

Try to shove your head through the roof of your 
hat. You can't do it, and if you could do it, the 
Q. M. Department would soak you $1.75 for a new hat. 
Ears must be kept within ranks and as close to- 
gether as the conformation of the soldier permits. 
Arms hanging naturally at the sides with thumbs 



folded neatly along your money pockets, which 
should be as empty as last year's bird's nest, and 
generally are. 

In standing at the position of attention the soldier 
should be natural and not rigid. When properly 
executed the position is normal and the soldier is just 
as comfortable as an ant on a hot griddle. 

INSTRUCTING THE RECRUIT 

For preliminary instruction, a squad of raw recruits is 
formed. If you don't like 'em too raw, you will find 
that four minutes' roasting will make 'em all hardboiled. 

A squad consists of eight thin soldiers or four fat 
ones. The men should be aligned according to com- 
plexion, as a front rank of blondes is much neater than 
a rank of brunettes. Red-headed soldiers should al- 
ways be hidden in the rear. 

Don't align your men according to height. Mix 
stubby recruits up with tall ones. This gives the 
bizarre broken-toothed comb effect so popular in our 
best army circles. 

INSTRUCTIONS MINUS ARMS 

The raw recruits should be drilled without rifles 
until they become accustomed to the blisters caused 
by the weight of their army hats bearing down on 
their new army shoes. Many a good bird dog has 
been spoiled by shooting a rifle too suddenly near 
his false teeth. 




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SCHOOL OF THE SQUAD 



TO FORM THE SQUAD 

To form the squad the instructor places himself 
three yards in front of where the center should be, 
but never is. At the command flutter in the re- 
cruits assemble in double-quick time unless they 
happen to be picking their teeth or reading a two-year- 
old copy of the Police Gazette. The rear rank forms 
a mob at a distance of 
forty inches from the riot 
in the front rank. 

The instructor then 
commands count off. 
The command should be 
given in a firm voice, but 
not loud enough to wake 
the rear rank up. All 
the recruits turn their 
heads and eyes to the 
right unless they see more 
by squinting to the left 
or rear. They count one, 

TWO, THREE, FOUR. This 

counting is done by the 
second hand on the in- 
structor's watch and not 
by the calendar. 

When each man has 
counted off he pops his 
head sharply to the front, 
and then to the right, left, 
and rear to make certain 
that he isn't missing any- 
thing going by on the 
Poplar Level road. 



ALIGNMENTS 

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hip pocket, executes eyes north, south or west, and 
doing a little hula-hula step places himself so that his 
elbow sticks out like a railroad semaphore signaling 
big wreck on track ahead. As there are sixteen 
elbows in each squad, the proper execution of right 
dress should make the squad resemble a board- 
ing house hatrack with all the boarders off to the 
movies. 

At the command front, 
all the recruits drop their 
knitting and take their 
hands out of their pockets. 
This command is exe- 
cuted in a cadence of 120 
jerks to the minute. 
The eyes should be 
brought sharply to the 
front, which should still 
be in the same place or 
somewhere in the vicin- 
ity. If you can't find the 
front ask the instruc- 
tor. 

In the first drills the 
squad should be aligned 
with an interval of four 
inches between each man, 
which can be increased 
as each man becomes 
more confident. 

CAUTION 

Until they become ac- 
customed to one another's 
cigarettes the recruits 
should be aligned within 
easy shouting distance of 
each other. The best way 
to preserve the four-inch 
interval is to handcuff 'em. 



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HOW TO MOUNT A HORSE 



With the Regulation 0. D. Stepladder 

T the chirp, prepare to mount, clatter up the 
to the horse's back. This is not only the 
but also the quickest, as only six 
time you leave the stepladder and aw Jh 
draws your first month's 
insurance. 




stepladder and volplane 

best way to get results, 

days elapse between the 

the time your widow 



Without Stepladder 

Seize the reins in your left mitt. Grab 
your salmon-colored card in your right hand. 
This keeps two of your hands busy. Use the 
others to assist you in the saddle. Place the 
left foot in the stirrup and spring lightly up 
into the mezzanine floor, where the saddle 
should be. You will either light in the saddle 
or in the place where the saddle was a minute 
ago. If the horse isn't where you thought he 
was, don't be disappointed. Even Houdini 
couldn't get out of a straitjacket the first time he 
tried. If you can't get on a horse without a steplad- 
der, keep on trying. The first eleven years are the 
worst. If your mount throws you, try to land in the 
position of attention. 

Position of Attention when Being Tossed from a Saddle 

Neck well bent and folded up inside your hat. Head 
on the ground and at an angle of 45 degrees. Teeth 
loose and hanging naturally at the sides. Feet alert 
and sweeping the horizon. Knees shaking in cadence 
of 180 to minute. Reins somewhere in the near vi- 
cinity. Back up and arched like an angry cat. Shoul- 
der blades flat on the ground but not locked. Chest 
drawn in and breath knocked out. The position may 
be modified to suit varying conditions and unusual 
conformations. 




POSITION OF SOLDIER MOUNTED 

Sit well back in saddle, clasping the cantle 
with the buttocks. Clasp it suddenly while 
it isn't looking. 

Curve the back gracefully, allowing bread 
basket to hang on the pommel. 

Arms and hands most any old way. 

Left knee pointed toward the North star, 
with right directed on Heligoland. In case 
North star isn't shining, droop the head and 
point nose toward the center of gravity. 

Change position from one side to another 
in order to give the horse a little variety. 

Allow the reins to fall loosely, permitting 
horse to let his head hang down. In this 
way horse will be in convenient position to 
commence eating as soon as the grass grows 
tall enough. 



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~ DETA I, 



MARQUIS 





GROOMING BY DETAIL 

since old Bill Penn bilked the Injuns into 
trading Pennsylvania for a couple of crip- 
pled canteen fountain pens, the United States 
has been on the side of the oppressed and 
' down-trodden. 

A square deal and an honest count is 
America's slogan, with but few exceptions, 
one being when a Kentucky election judge 
with Republican leanings is counting Democratic votes. 

And the other, when a fair-haired young candidate is grooming 
a halibut-eyed nag whose repertoire consists of nothing but kicks, 
with a few hundred more kicks tossed in for an encore. 

A candidate, who starts in to manicure a hoss who is about as 
genial as a porcupine with ingrown quills, has about as much 
chance as one apple in an orphan asylum. Tackling an equine 
grouch barehanded is like trying to pat a tarantula on the nose. 
A tarantula hasn't got any friends. 
And he doesn't want any. 

And it is difficult to lamp the deflection difference between a 
thousand-legged tarantula and a four-legged one? So why match 
up an unarmed candidate against a man-kicking skate whose 
only joy in life is eliminating candidates from the tournament? 
Why not make it fair? 

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Instead of rough and tumble shindigs, 
systematize the rioting and put the groom- 
ing by detail on an equivocal basis. 

Straight Marquis of Queensbury rules 
would be the darb, with the winner of 
the contest getting the purple derby and 
all the day's receipts along the picket line. 

Eight-ounce gloves, so the hoss wouldn't 
hurt his delicate plantar cushions when 
he bounced his hind paws off a candi- 
date's skullpiece. 
y, Everybody set? 

Let's go. 

Round One — By detail. 

Round Two — Commence grooming. 
Break clean. Protect yourself at all 
times. No hitting when hoss has his 
knuckles tangled up in the candidate's 
false teeth. Left cross to the fetlocks, 
followed by a right counter to the coro- 
nets. Time, 2 minutes. Gong. 

Round Three — Feint to the hind legs 
if instructor isn't looking and spar lightly 
with the hocks. No swatting below the 
belt. Time, 2 minutes. Gong. 

Round Four — Carry the battle to the 
hoss's corner and lead with curry comb 
for his Adam's apple. Kidney blow 
barred. Feint with brush for shoulder, 
arm, elbow, back, flank, loins, croup and 
hock of hind paws. Time, 4 minutes. 
Gong. 

Round Five — Uppercut chest between 
the forelegs, clinch and get your wind. 
Stall for the rest of the round until in- 
structor gets wise. Tap hind legs lightly 
with brush and block all returns with chin. 
Time, 3 minutes. Gong. 

Round Six — Same as round four, only 
a damnedside more stalling. Clinch 
whenever possible. Time, 4 minutes. 
Gong. 

Round Seven — Hook for head, ears and 




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throat. Bust him on lower jaw with the 
old one, two swat. Slap him with the 
water bucket. Time, 1 minute. Gong. 

Round Eight — Clean out brush when 
instructor is looking. It is a good stall. 
Crash him on the mane and forelock. 
If he is groggy, slap him good with a ring 
post. Time, 1 minute. Gong. 

Round Nine — Don't let him get his 
wind. If he tries to lean on you, shove 
him away and pound his tail with both 
hands. Time, 2 minutes. Gong. 

Round Ten — Swipe him on the nose. 
Close his other eye. Crash his muzzle. 
Feint to sheath and lay a bed slat over 
his dock. Parry his hind legs. Time, 
2 minutes. Gong. 

Round Eleven — Right swing to feet. 
Don't let him get set for a haymaker. 
If he lands, you're a gone gosling. Time, 
2 minutes. Gong. 

Round Twelve. Stall. Gong. 

Round Thirteen — Cease grooming. 

Round Fourteen — Stand to heel. 
Count the gate receipts. Winner gets 
the heliotrope vest. Leave by the near- 
est exit. Next fight, Kid Cull and Von 
Hindy, at West Point. 



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LITTLE BOY BLOOEY-BLOOEY 

The little gold bar is covered with rust 

And the spurs have no shine any more 
And the spiffy tan boots will not kick up the dust 

As the second loot steps off to war. 

At the time ere the fracas vamoosed up the flue 
They were polished to kill — at least scare 'em 

But that was the time when the candidates knew 
That he might get a chance to wear 'em. 

The braid and the spurs are a drug on the mart, 
They were bought ere the armistice flim-flammed 

The show where the works of sartorial art 
Spread terror in strife grim and jim-jammed. 

Old Mars, groggy, sick, and his gills tinted blue 
Won't grab up his trumpets to blare 'em; 

Them days has went west, when our candidate knew 
That he might get a chance to wear 'em. 



THE TRAGEDY OF A TWISTED 
TONGUE 



By R. B. Harrison 

My middle name is Sammy, 

In the guardhouse you can slam me; 

With a bay'net you can ram me 

If I ever hope to learn 
How to parley- vous and chatter 
In the Frenchman's style of patter 
When they open up and scatter 

Ongs and zhays at every turn. 

When I copped a black-eyed sister, 
And puckered up and kissed her, 
Did she holler "Cheese it, mister?" 

— Nix! She gurgled: "Ah, Monsieur! 
C'est tres bon! and merci beaucoup! 
Veree nice eet ees zat you do!" 
Then she blubbered "beau" and "Joujou" 

In my ever-patient ear. 

The chow-house keeper's daughter 
Says that "eau's" the name for water; 
But no one ever caught her 

A-drinking any yet. 
Rouge et blanc is what they pour 'em. 
Eau-de-vie is set before 'em 
While the patron's nasal quorum 

Vive's France, the One Best Bet. 

Folks are talking all around me. 
How their lingo does confound me! 
Nous and vous and votre hound me. 

Every blasted step I take. 
Their language is a wonder. 
When I speak one word I blunder. 
So I step right out from under, 

For it ain't no use to fake. 

I'm pretty good at drillin', 
As a worker I am willin', 
But when it comes to spillin' 

This avez-stuff I'm through! 
What I want is information — 
If I'm given a vacation 
For the war's entire duration, 

Will I learn to parley-voo? 



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When 'Omer smote his bloomin' lyre 
And wrote of Greece and Rome and Tyre, 
He little dreamed the Horse of Troy, 
That once had been Ulysses' joy, 
Had foaled and foaled and multiplied 
So candidates could take a ride 
Upon the back of grey or roan 
And stand to horse without a groan. 

LONGFELLOW 

Under the spreading chestnut tree 

The village smithy sits; 
He will no longer busy be, 

The horses don't need bits. 
For candidates now mount a horse 

That need no iron shoes; 
The steeds no longer run the course 

And smithy has the blues. 

TENNYSON 

There on the field they stand 
Waiting the shavye's command. 

Noble two hundred. 
Candidates are all afraid, 
Is there a horse dismayed? 
Nobly they stand and well, 
While the B. C. gives the battery hell. 

Noble two hundred. 

David B. Gbeenberq. 



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THE 

TALCUM POWDER 

SHAVE 

HE old talcum powder 

shave is almost as vener- 
able an institution in the 

army as prunes are in a 

Chicago boarding house. 

It has razors cheated to 

death for speed and 

efficiency, for a talcum 

powder box never gets 

a dull edge. 
As the pure, driven snow, that began 
in the evening and covered the bleak and 
barren ground with a pearly white mantle 
(Lowell), so the old talcum begins in the 
morning before inspection and blankets 
the unsightly whisker-spangled chins with 
a blanket of Mennen's best borated. 

When it comes to camouflaging, that 
old talcum has the rest of the works faded 
to a whisper. A few shakes of the box 
and your double chin is coated an inch 
deep with frosted heliotrope, Mary Gar- 
den, or whatever flavor you prefer. A 
good talcum shaver could bury two inches 
of whiskers under a blizzard of talcum 
powder and the inspector couldn't tell 
whether the culprit had shaved or not 
without using a shovel on his chin. 

Some birds are so expert in the handling of the lazy man's shave that they hobble out to inspection in the 
dawn's early light with their chins looking like the icing on a wedding cake. Yea, bo. 

The talcum dust shave is all right in summer, but now that autumn's breezes are starting to burst through 
Kentucky, a talcum shave ain't any more permanent than a flea's address. After carefully sprinkling your 
chin-piece with the old talcum and dolling up like the Sultan's favorite, it's an awful thump to have a Bluegrass 
hurricane blow the talcum six ways from Christmas just when the B. C. is looking you over, as if he expected 
a rabbit to jump out of your O. D. blouse. 

Boys, when that talcum disappears like a $2 bill in The Seelbach dining-room, you are a soldier out of luck. 
Your salmon-colored card is going to leave faster than a mushroom arrives. The only way you are going to 
see Louisville for the next three weeks is through a telescope. 

108 




But get those whiskers off, if your chin comes with 'em. 

The talcum powder shave isn't regulation in winter. A few zephyrs and the buried whiskers start peeping 
through like shrinking violets in April. 

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AIN'T IT HARD 

It's awful hard, as candidate 

A-getting kicked by a frisky skate 

— Knocked out to order, "while you wait." 

It's great when you're a full-fledged loot 
With frowsy hat and spiffy boot 
To bravely flout the equine law 
And boldly take his near hind paw 
And then spring that ancient saw, 
"This is the way ya-oughta-doot." 



WHY? 

Isn't it strange when you stop to ponder 

What fools these mortals be, 
How they strain their backs out yonder 

To keep right with the B. C. 
They do fatigue, police, latrine; 

Crawl out before the day. 
Wade dust knee deep and wrack their bean 

O'er trig, and algebray; 
They shine their shoes a dozen times, 

Each stroke is done in vain, 
For once outside the barracks doors 

They'll have to shine again; 
They dare not let a drop of dust 

Fall in the window sill; 
If a pocket flap's a least bit mussed 
They're bound to get "Sam Hill"; 
They take the bath on double time. 

And shave in less than that, 
And flick away the dust and grime 

From that old issue hat. 
They need six arms to do the tasks, 

So run their two on high, 
And never a candidate that asks 

The wherefore and the why. 
They're always cocked and primed, you see, 

To stand a rough inspection; 
And woe to the lad who, Hully Gee, 

Is the picture of dejection. 
They smile and grin and feign much pep; 

They try to play the star. 
Wherefore and why? (I'll put you hep) 
A golden collar bar. 



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RUNT 

ARMY" 



F there is anything 
that handicaps a 
candidate more than 
an abbreviated reach 

MJSjiiW at mess, it is a lack 
iraftT Mi. of proper interval be- 
tween his shoes and 
his fedora. 

When putting on the nose bag 
the embryo second loot is starting from scratch if he 
can't stretch the regulation double octave at the 
food trough. By the time that the plates have reached 
him, or he has reached the plates, they are as empty 
as a picnic grounds on a rainy Tuesday afternoon . The 
boys with the long lunch hooks have annexed the works 
and there is nothing left to do but to tip the K. P. a 
thin dime to bring up an extra caisson load of forage. 

The half portion candidate not only draws half 
portions in the food lottery, but he also grabs off 
blanks and double blanks in all the other raffles. 
All the birds who measure more than five foot ten 
from their bunions to their army haircuts are given 
orchestra seats in the front of the battery. 

Where do the five foot twoers and oners fit in? 
The short goofs are the heel of the battery. The B. 
C. hides 'em away down near the caudal appendage 
of the outfit where the inspection officers can't spot 
'em. A short candidate is a heel and nothing more. 
He's in the battery for just the same reason that they 
put deuces in a poker deck. Nobody wants 'em, but 
you've got to have 'em in the pack to make it official. 

When the old mess whistle warbles its sociable carol, 
what becomes of the heel? Some tall acting B. C. 
yodels, "Right face, column right," and the heel is the 
last bird into the mess conservatory. He is just in 
time to be too late. 




TheQ. M. shoots out the clothing 
by height. The six footers grab off 
the gravy and when the list is down 
among the kewpies in section "H" 
there ain't enough clothing left to 
make ear muffs for a influenzy 
germ. 

And guard duty? Yea, bo! 
That's where the shrimps get the 
work good and plenty. The six-footers ease into the 
first and second reliefs and the birds who ain't tall 
enough to whistle "Yankee Doodle" without blowing 
dust into their own ears are popped into the third 
relief. Anybody who has tossed off a sentry go on 
the third relief knows that ain't any more relief than 
having an in-grown hair. You may like that flavor 
but we prefer sarsaparilla. 

The poor lob, who is so short that he can walk under 
a bed with a high hat on, is sure getting his when they 
dish out the details. When the B. C. wants a chest 
of tools, blackboard, or load of books carried, he just 
ambles down to the heel of the battery and knocks 
off a squad of short birds for the work. They never 
pick details from the head of the battery. That 
would spoil the contour. 

The only time when he heads the list in anything 
is when they are dishing up the inoculations. Then 
they shoot the short birds first so that the doc can get 
some practice before he starts in on the real sections 
of the battery. 

And when it comes to power of command, who's 
going to jump for a voice that sounds like a mouse 
being nipped by a ten-cent trap? Who's going to 
obey a kewpie who looks like a mule kicked him and 
folded him up like an accordion? 

More power to us! By Arthur Baer. 



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COMIC OPERA HEROES, OR OUR PART IN WINNING THE WAR 



(Dedicated to the boys at Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky„ who arrived 
after the war was over.) 

We'll soon be back from this terrible war, 

Covered with honor and medals galore; 

Back from chasing the horrible Huns — 

Back from the roar and the crash of the guns — 

Back from doing our duties well, 

Like the regular heroes we were — like hell! 

We'll soon be back on the job again; 

Out of the trenches, the cold and the rain, 

Where we fought fierce battles against the Huns 

(But using our mouths instead of the guns) — 

Back from doing our wonderful stunt 

Of marking time on "the Louisville front." 



Yes, we'll soon be back from doing our "bit," 

Showing our "courage" and proving our "grit" — 

Playing our part in the awful jam 

By eating some meals on Uncle Sam; 

In fact, there is nothing could possibly mar 

Our wonderful record in winning the war! 

We know what we'll face when we're home once more — 

How they'll "kid" us and "josh" us about "our" war. 

And say we were "soldiers of peaceful ways" — 

Oh, we'll hear all that, to the end of our days; 

And we'll only reply to the boys who "kid," 

"By heck, we tried, and that's more than you did!" 

Austin P. Haines. 
Des Moines, la. 

(One of the "peace heroes.") 



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THE FORDHORSE— by arthur baer 



About the time that 
Hank Ford's peace ark 
flivvered its hopeful way 
towards the ballyhoo in 
Europe, the bird who 
tambourines on the end 
interrupted the inter- 
locutor long enough to 
suggest that if Hank 
really wanted the world 
to have peace, he would 
build another spring in 
the back of that tin liz- 
ard he manufactures up 
around Detroit way. 

That extra shock ab- 
sorber would sure take 
up some of the recoil 
of the world, but Hank 

could do more good in this twin hemisphere 
Kaisers, celluloid collars, and other sorrows. 

H Hennery would only lay off those $395, F. O. 
B. Detroits, and build us candidates a flivverhorse or 
a fordnag, or whatever you wanted to call the dot, 
dashed, Morse coded son-of-a-gun, the world would 
sure be merrier by quite a few boatloads. 

It is a tough trick to take a bird off of a davenport 
or a swivel chair and set him on something that has 
cervical, dorsal, and lumbar vertebrae in addition to 
four legs, a quartette of hocks, and two sets of knees 
with the hinges all rusty. 

And it is a more corrugated trick to make him ride 
a double-barreled, muzzle-loading, hair-triggered 




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catamaran with a spine 
sharper than the can- 
teen barber's clippers. 
When you perch a rookie 
on a bevel-edged row of 
freshly honed vertebrae, 
something is going to 
wear out and it ain't 
going to be the vertebrae. 
You said it. 

Something is going to 
wear out. We give you 
two guesses and you 
j can save the other guess 
for next Saturday's quiz. 
You'll need it. 

After a rookie, or hay- 
belly, knocks off a fif- 
teen mile tour on a saw- 
going to be sorer than a 



edged percheron, he 
hangnail. 

Of course, that fifteen miles isn't a true trajectory. 
One of those miles is east and west, and the other four- 
teen are up and down. Still, fifteen miles, whether 
you do it on a blimp or a sewing machine. And when 
your angle of departure is about six inches every two 
jumps, you are going to have some large angle of dis- 
persion when you land on your counter slope. There 
ain't any dead space at all. Allowing for the angle of 
jump, you will reach your maximum ordinate every 
two seconds and register on your target intermittently, 
every other shot being a low doubtful or a graze below. 
Which is one reason why Hennery should cancel 
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his output of four-cylindered tin cans and start in to 
buzz out a line of flivvernags and fordhorses. 

Artillery equitation is something weird and won- 
derful, never seen before on land or sea. One of the 
roughest riders in the works is a Texan ranger who 
rode horses when the Grand Canyon was only a ditch. 
This bird is so tough that he is afraid to empty his 
pocket for fear that a wolf will jump out. He rode 
into Camp Zach on a wildcat, beating him over the 
head with a rattlesnake. And after two minutes' 
riding artillery style, he was cured. Now, you can 
tweak that bird's nose and he will thank you. 

A good Fordnag will be a boon to mankind. We 
don't know what a boon is, but it sounds stylish. Just 
lamp a line of candidates flat-wheeling toward the 
infirmary every morning after riding lesson. Sweet 
cookies ! Whatta bunch. It's a fine lot of atrocities. 
Every bird looks like a Peruna ad. as he skates ten- 
derly along doing the Swamproot glide. His eyes 



look like two shoe buttons and his backbone is bent 
up like an eel with the colic. 

He is creeping, which is an unpardonable offense 
in artillery fire. His bracket is split, all right, but 
not in the right place. He is 6400 miles out of 
plumb. 

And Hennery could eliminate all this suffering if 
he would only publish a flock of flivvernags like you 
see in the picture. That sure would be soft pickings 
for artillerymen. A jitney horse with two speeds 
forward, reverse clutch, Bosch magneto, worm drive, 
demountable rims, and folding doors would sure make 
life at the F. A. C. O. T. S. pretty sweet. 

You could groom a Fordhorse without getting 
kicked, provided that you inveigled some other sucker 
into cranking it. If Hennery does this thing for us, 
you know who is going to be the next President. 

It's up to you, Hank. 

Step off. 




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TOVE 9 Ca (MDWAU 

JETTERS JjyyirthurBaer 



Camp Zach., Sept. Something, 1918. 

Dear Mae — I received the wonderful sox and ear- 
muff that you knitted, but didn't get the sweater. 
Either it evaporated or you knitted it with dropped 
stitches. The sox were beautiful, but I can't under- 
stand why you made them both for the left foot. The 
first time that I wore them I was bawled by the second 
loot for not standing at attention properly. He said 
that my feet were at ease, but if they were at ease, I 
can tell you that they didn't feel that way. Further- 
more, they are the first sox that I ever saw which had 
fingers knitted in 'em. Are they wearing 'em that 
way this season? 

The earmuff was superb, but why only one? You 
know that both my ears are in the army. It is a trifle 
warm for earmuffs at present, but I can use it for a 
barracks bag until the cold weather sets in. However, 
all the articles were magnificent, the only thing wrong 
with 'em was the color. The next time you knit me 
mittens or earmuffs, don't pick out cerise or scarlet. 
They don't do it that way in the artillery. Try to pick 
out some other color, as I can't stand at inspection 
with a pair of sox or a sweater that looks like a sunset 
somewhere in an Atlantic port. 

You tell me that your old sweetheart, Orville Slacker, 
was turned down for broken arches. If that bird has 



any broken arches they are under his hat. I'll never 
forget the night that stupid came up to your house and 
discovered me eating the candy that he had sent to 
you. He was about as happy as a dry fish. Now 
listen, bright eyes, while I am down here eating three 
meals a day for my country, I want you to enjoy 
yourself. 

I admit that I am a hero, as the work is very strenu- 
ous. I have been under terrible hardships, having 
only gained eleven pounds last week. But somebody 
has to suffer for his country, and if birds like Orville 
refuse to do their share, then it is up to fellows like me 
to enlist and try to struggle along on three square 
meals a day. We only had turkey twice this week and 
ice cream on Sundays, but I don't complain, as I know 
that I am doing my share to help defeat the Kaiser's 
gray gorillas. 

Go out with Orville all you want to. But don't let 
him hold your hand. When I first shook hands with 
that bird, it felt like shaking hands with a pickled 
herring, and let me tell you, if he tries to sit on the 
sofa with you he is going to get knocked deader than 
two barrels of salted mackerel. You can tell that to 
the world, and say that I said so. 

I'll bet he will be glad when the war is over so that 
he can take off his glasses. 



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I am going to say good-by 
now, dear, as it is almost 
taps. 

Remember me to your 
father, and ask him who he 
gets his cigars from now 
that I am busy making the 
world safe for near-sighted 
birds and democracy. Yours 
until the Atlantic Ocean 
dries up, Roger. 

X X X X X X X 

P. S. — If you can't knit 

me anything that will fit me, get your mother to knit 

me an apple pie. They always fit. 

R. 




GfH. NUlSANCe WEARING- MIS 
GABOOM KElt-lCT, SM/MOlA BARS 
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Camp Zach., October 2, 1918. 
Dearest Mae: 

You can now address your cheap-heart as "Roger 
Jazzoo, Umpteenth Training Battery," as I was trans- 
ferred across the valley to-day and am now parking 
my regulation brogans in the training area. 

I was only in the observation area for eleven weeks, 
which they tell me is pretty good time. The life is 
much easier over in this area, they buzz me, as even 
a B. C. can't crowd more than twenty-four hours into 
a day, although there was one bird down here who 
got dizzy and had to be transferred to the Comic 
Brigade when he heard that somebody had invented 
a rubber clock with twenty-seven hours on the dial. 

All we have to do over in the training area is every- 
thing. We get up at the usual time. Everything in 
the army is done at the usual time. The only fault 
that I have to find with the arrangement is that the 
usual time is very unusual for me. I think that I will 



get a chance to lead the battery to-morrow if they will 
follow me. If they don't follow me, I will follow them. 
You've got to have a noodle to get by in this gun park. 

I walked so much in the observation area that I 
wore out my heels and part of my suspenders. All we 
did was walk, walk, walk. Only they call it marching 
down in this neck-o'-the-woods. I can't see any differ- 
ence between walking and marching. You would 
think there was a strike of street-car conductors and 
motormen. I've been on three thousand ankle excur- 
sions since I blew into this camp, and I haven't got 
anywhere yet. If we could paste all our ankle tours 
together we could have hopped our way right into 
Berlin about three weeks ago. 

You've got to have ideas to get by here. The only 
trouble is that somebody beat me to it, and the loots 
already have a lot of printed ideas in little red books. 
My ideas don't seem to team up with the bird's who 
wrote the little pink book. I don't know who the 
gent was, but he sure wrote an eyeful. The more you 
read 'em, the less you understand 'em. And you have 
got to have everything cold. 

I have been studying and I have everything cold, 
especially the coffee at mess. Having everything 
cold means verbatim. And sure I have been getting 
verbatim coffee. 

The verbatim stuff is the 
darb down here. There are 
two ways of explaining a para-; 
graph to the candidates. OneJ 
is verbatim. And the other is^ 
so that they will understand' 
it. I prefer the last method. 
But the bird who took an af- 
ternoon off and wrote those ffl* vEgVSSVnZSZ&w 
pink books figured different. M g «<»* " * oou»u<»o^_ 




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Anyway, old Gen. Verbatim has the works by the tail 
with a downhill pull. 

He is the whole gorgonzola out here and your little 
Roger is just discovering it. However, if I don't 
like it over in the training area, I still have the privi- 
lege of transferring back to the walking department 
in the observation ward. Yours until the Palisades 

unravel, 

Roger. 

Camp ZACH.,Oct. 9, 1918. 
Dear Mae: 

Although onlyoneweek 
has rattled by on the cal- 
endar since I last wrote 
to you, I am at least 
eleven decades older, and 
you can spell that "de- 
cayed" if you want to. 
They woke us up one fine 
morning this week and 
introduced the bunch to 
a complete set of artillery horses. I sure drew a 
razzberry. I got a nag with an awful nervous back- 
bone. I climbed up on his suspender buttons and 
stayed there about as long as one apple would last 
in an orphan asylum. 

When they brought me to I was on a back all right, 
but not the horse's. I didn't know how that gird 
threw me, as I used to ride all those zebras down on 
the Coney Island carousals, and I never got thrown 
once. Why, I used to get the brass ring more than 
anyone on the island. 

So I got up on that nag's spine again and the first 
thing I knew I was on my own spine. I was madder 
than a cat with walnut shells on his feet and I grabbed 







that old nag by the ears and hopped on his collarbone 

again. 

I figured the first two tumbles were accidents, but 

when that pie-faced bird tossed me again I knew 

different. 

The first two may have been accidents, but the 

third was different. I never yet saw an accident 

that stuttered. 

At the present writing I am in a quandary. I have 

to do all my writing on a mantelpiece, and there aren't 

many mantelpieces in 
the army. Therefore, 
if you want me to keep 
up our correspondence 
you had better send me a 
chiffonier or something. 
I haven't got my 
commish yet. I am 
still a private, but not 
very. Being a private 
doesn't mean that you 
are. Anytime the B. 

C. wants me he has a whistle blown and off we go. 

That darned whistle interrupts my sleep about four- 
teen times a day. If it weren't for the classes I 

wouldn't get any sleep at all. 

That is all for to-day, dear, as I hear that whistle 

tooting, which means that I have a date with a mop. 

Yours until the moon melts, 

Roger. 

Dear Mae: Well, Gus, from where your 111' 
brighteyes is located, it looks as if the Kaiser is going 
to be slipped the wayfarer's gavotte, otherwise known 
as the bum's rush. That bird stands like a broken 
leg. He hasn't got any more friends than an alarm 



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clock. He had the works by the tail with a down- 
hill pull for a long time, but any guy who forgets 
to pull his ears in when he goes through a tunnel is 
going to get lowbridged sooner or later. 

I'm pretty sore about this war getting cured before 
I can stick a spoon in the gravy, but it's lucky for the 
Kaiser that he quit before I got a chance to hang my 
left on his simperial chin. I was just getting set to 
knock him deader than two barrels of salted herring. 
Still, as the married guys have it, when the war is over 
we will all go home and fight. I'm going to have a lot 
of scrapping in my system that never got a chance to 
bloom, so you can warn those flat-footed, near-sighted, 
swivel-chair, celluloid-collared birds, who have been 
hanging around your wigwam, to step off when they 
see Roger ricocheting down the esplanade. I'm 
a tough baby now. Getting so that I shave with a 
piece of cinder and scrub my teeth on a broken bottle. 

This army life is the darb. And just when I get 
used to it, some bird comes up and knocks the war 
out from underneath me. A soldier without any war 
is like a fish without any water. So you can buzz 
those birds, who have been spending the summer 
fanning you with exemption blanks that, while armi- 



stices are stylish now, Roger doesn't 
know how to spell that word. 

Still, you can't blame those birds so 
much. They were like the cuckoo who 
didn't know whether to sign on the dotted 
line or not. If he didn't go to war and 
get croaked, what would he tell his grand- 
children? And if he did go to war and 
got flattened, he wouldn't have any 
grandchildren to tell. 

By the way, Cerise, I ain't so sure 
what I'm going to buzz my grandkids. 
Of course, I can slip 'em a good line of salve, provided 
that they speak English. Things are so mixed up 
since this international ballyhoo that you can't be 
sure just what language your grandkids are going to 
chatter. There are Frenchmen marrying Turks and 
Hindus marrying Democrats, Manchurians marrying 
Iberians and all that kind of stuff. Anyway, if my 
grandchickens do happen to chirp any language, I'm 
sure going to be up against it for an alibi. 

When they ask me where I was when Gen. Foch 
slapped the Kaiser for a goal, what am I going to say? 
I'll have to tell the HI' dahlinks that I was on the 
western sector in Kentucky picking razzberries out 
of army hash. When the Clown Prince took one on 
the chin, where was grandaddy? Perched on a bench 
in the mess hall, trying to dope the parallax of a 
salmon-colored card when the guns are at 7 o'clock 
and the B. C. station 400 yards to the rear of the 
pianola in the Y. M. C. A. 

Where was grandpop when the Yanks marched up 
the Linden strasse? Only 6000 miles away, shining 
his boots with one hand and figuring a crest problem 
with the other. Citronella, your Roger's future has an 
outlook like the inside of a rubber boot on a damp day. 



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I've battled this durned war all the way through 
with a lead pencil and a shoe brush. The only satis- 
faction that I have is that I've worn out a pair of boots 
for Uncle Sam. 

Which ain't much satisfaction at the present time, 
for unless these boots are fixed by noon, Roger is 
scheduled for eleven demerits. I'm off to the shoe- 
maker's, who really ain't a shoemaker at all, but a 
whisky salesman in civilian life. That's the way 
they do things in this man's gun park. As soon as 
they found out that guy was a whisky salesman they 
made him a shoemaker. 

So long; I've got to hop out and shoot a few theo- 
retical salvos at a theoretical target with a theoretical 
gun. The only practical thing in the whole operation 
is my lead pencil. Yours until Rameses the Third 
does a jazz dance. Roger. 

Camp Zach., Nov. 7, 1918. 
Dear Mae: 

Well, another week has flatwheeled by since I buzzed 
to you last and I am that much nearer to my commish. 
Of course, there is many a skid between the Blue 
Delft chinaware and the chin, but I think that I will 
breeze in under wraps. 

I am leading my battery in about everything that 
is cracked open. Everybody around here acts as if 
they studied in a correspondence school when the 
letter carriers were on a strike. I sure am stepping 
out and a spider would have a tough job spinning a 
web on me. Last week I averaged a hundred in eat- 
ing, sleeping, and falling out of formation. Not bad, 
eh what? 

Don't worry about UP brighteyes not making good. 
I'm making good. This stuff is sweet cookies to me. 
On Tuesday I saluted an officer so well that he made 



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Scroll gear hash handle. 
Micrometer pie worm knob. 
Elevating soup pinion. 
Chocolate cake bevel gears. 
Spanish omelet wing nut. 
Ham sandwich release. 
Potato salad azimuth circle. 
Corned beef trail handles. 
Fried egg hub liners. 
Wheat trunnion cakes. 
Rotating head baked beans. 
Interpupillary rhubarb. 
Diopter charlotte russe scale. 
Traversing crab meat link nut. 
Hamburger steak cross level bubble. 
Waffle range disc. 



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me do it a hundred times. 
One salute with ninety-nine 
encores is some act. That 
shows that I have this stuff 
cold. 

A lot of birds out in this 
neck of the woods are limp- 
ing around wearing their chins 
at half mast because they 
can't grab the stuff. They 
haven't got the system. I 
don't grab the stuff either, 
but I don't let anybody know 
it. The firing problem bunk 
is harder to dope out than a 
Russian ukase, but if you 
keep your hat down over 
your ears, how is anybody 
a^ going to know what is inside 

X<2&0l*>lf?_ of your skull? Give me a 

Sears-Roebuck catalog and a 
spanner wrench and I will 
breeze through any math course in the tournament. 
Got my first slant at a three-inch gun the other day 
and they made me gunner right away. Guess I had 
my shoes shined better than anybody else. I was 
stepping out fine until I picked out a column of smoke 
for an aiming point. Some fool mess sergeant let the 
stove fire go out and gummed my parade. Can you 
beat it? The loot in charge buzzed me to set off 2,400 
deflection on the panoramic sight and that kinda 
stopped me for a few minutes. There are a lot of knobs 
and worm gears on this gun piece and I ain't so keen for 
twisting knobs ever since the time that I sprained 
my thumb trying to get a dime piece of pie in the 
Automat. 






Anyway I stalled around playing a tune on all the 
gears and handles I could lay hold of. I was busier 
than a Swiss bell ringer. One dog with two sets of 
fleas wasn't any busier than I was. After I ran out 
of knobs the loot recovered from his swoon and told 
me that if I ever aimed at Berlin, I would hit Con- 
stantinople. 

I chirped him that it wouldn't make any difference. 
Both burgs are enemy aliens. 

As I said before, you have got to use your noodle 
in this gun park to get by. And the only noodles I 
see out here are in the soup. But, don't worry about 
Roger getting by. I'm there with both brogans. 

Yours until somebody counts all the Fords. 

Roger. 



Dear Mae — Where do you get that stuff about 
this Dolly Cake person? You're funnier than the left 
off wheel of a field ambulance. Dolly ain't a chicken, 
she's a cake. When I buzzed you about having a 
date at the canteen with some blonde Dolly Cake, I 
meant that I was going to flat-wheel down to the food 
bazar and grab off some of that light complexioned 
cake that they peddle for 10 cents a copy. There is 
also a brunette Dolly, full of raisins. 

Guess if I chirped you that O. D. meant olive drab, 
you would squawk 
that I was trotting 
around with a Jane 
name Olive. Well, 
there isn't any trail 
around this man's 
gun park by the 
label of Olive. 

Maybe, if I wised 




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you up that we had a famous set of twins 
by the name of Mumm down here, you 
would send the Society for the Preven- 
tion of Cruelty to Children down here on 
the hot-foot. Well, there is a set of 
Mumm twins down here, but don't page 
the S. P. C. C. 

The Mumm twins consist of Maxie and 
his sister Minnie, and Maxie and Minnie 
just run this gentleman's gun works. If 
you have never heard of Maxie and Minnie 
Mumm, you have still got a big earful com- 
ing to you. 

I don't know whether Minnie is a blonde 
or not. She's very difficult to see, espe- 
cially when you are thinking about last 
year's bird's nest when the instructor sud- 
denly calls on you. Maxie is also a promi- 
nent goof in this tournament. He has 
benzined more flat-skulled candidates than 
any sixteen snags in this school, and believe 
me, brighteyes, this neck-o'-the-woods is as 
full of snags as a porcupine is of quills. 

So, in case that you have to send any- 
thing down to this works don't send it 
down for the Mumm twins. Maxie and 
Minnie can take care of themselves. I 
think that S.P.C.A. should be switched to 
mean Society for Prevention of Cruelty to 
Candidates. Maxie and Minnie have the 
works by the short hair, and if that ain't 
cruelty I'll sell you my old straw hat for $8. 
Yea, bo. 

I guess by now that you are hep to the 
fact that the war is cured even if you live 
in Brooklyn. I think that I will be putting 




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on a turkey nosebag with your family on Thanks- 
giving. Suppose that your old man won't be dishing 
up any thanks but just as long as he kicks in with the 
turk, your bT Roger will be waving a mean mess kit. 
If I ever get a real turkey bracketed I'll creep up two 
forks and establish eating for demolition. Now that 
the war is cured, I guess that I won't get much more 
than a third lootenancy out of the debris, but maybe 
it is just as well. When I am firing for effect on a 
twelve-pound turkey bird, I don't want my arms 
weighted down by two heavy silver bars. 

It's all the same in the long run, now that the Kaiser 
is behind the towel rack with the rest of the junk. 
I wanted to be a lootenant and have a bar parked 
on my collar bone, but what's the difference whether 
you have a bar on your shoulder or your shoulder on 
a bar. Ask your old man, he knows. Yours until 
the Dardanelles are closed again, 

Third Lootenant, F. A. C. O. T. S. 



Dear Mae: 

Well, you got to hand us credit for flattening the 
Kaiser. I don't know just where I get that "us" 
stuff, as I don't know any more about the war than 
a hog does about Sunday. 

When I heard there was a war in Europe, I came 
out to Kentucky, and I guess your old man won't 
lose any time in reminding me of it. The battle of 
Louisville was some battle, but maybe in about fifteen 
years folks won't remember whether Louisville was 
in America or Europe. I may be able to get away 
with the same kind of chatter that your old man does 
about the Civil War. 

He's been getting away with that kind of salve 
about leading the Union troops at Bull Run for a long 
while. Well, you know it took some runner to lead 
the Union troops at Bull Run, and your old man can't 
flatwheel along any faster than a bear with three 
legs. Your old man may have taken part in some 
battle with a bull in it, but it wasn't Bull Run. 

So I guess I'm entitled to pull that "us" stuff, even 
if the suburbanites in Yonkers were nearer to the 
Hindenburg line than I was by about 900 miles. 
Being in khaki makes you feel as if you were one of 
the firm. 

We got the Kaiser all right, but that doesn't end 
the war by a hellufer sight. 

The bird we have to get now is the fish who blows 
that bugle every morning at 5 :30 z.m. 

If we can make that sap retreat thirty miles on the 
other side of the Rhine, then you can call the war cured. 

You can expect to see me blowing into the old 
wigwam any day now, as I am waiting to get my dis- 
charge papers from this man's gun bazar. They tried 
to slip me some transportation over the Louisville & 
Nashville railroad, but I don't want to travel over one 



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of those roadbeds where the chef can't serve anything 
but scrambled eggs. 

This course has been rough enough without taking 
a post-graduate course on a railroad built by the same 
bird who invented scrubbing boards. I ain't just 
settled on what I will do after I get back to wearing 
cloth-top shoes, brown derbies and reading "Snappy 
Stories." I have learned a lot of things in this cannon 
garage, but applying 'em in civilian life is a limousine 
of a different complexion. 

I know all about the army skate. In fact, I can 
qualify as a veterinarian. I know all about the horse. 

But whatthehell's the use of knowing all about the 
horse when everybody rides in flivvers? I also am 
hep to reconnaissance, topography, conduct of fire, 
field gunnery, materiel, and the field buzzer. 

Out of the whole bunch, I think the field buzzer 



will come in handiest. I can step up to your old 
electric bell and buzz off: 

"Dotdot, dotdotdot dash dotdotdotdot dot dash- 
dashdash dotdash dotdot dash dotdot dashdash dot- 
dash dashdot dotdotdotdot dashdashdash dashdash 
dot?" 

That's international code for: 

"Is the old man home?" 

Then you can buzz back: 

"Dotdotdotdot dot dotdot dotdotdot." 

That's international for: 

"He is." 

Then I can take it on the loop. So you can see that 
my course through this gun works has been of con- 
siderable advantage. 

Yours until the barbers vote for the bird who 
invented the safety razor. Roger. 



*i£*»*\»>2 1h* Aq£fe Of l*cidc*ce. 




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ho; 







BACK HOME 




ELL, old topper, the war 
is done on both sides 
like a railroad restaurant 
fried egg. The old war is 
over. 

That is, the war is over 
for us single birds. 
Of course, the married 
men will have to go home to their wives. 

And as Solomon used to sing, "When the war is 
over, Lena, we will all go home and fight." 

The married birds will have to step right home, as, 
now that the war is healed, they haven't got any alibi 
for staying in the army. And the cannoneer's future 
happiness depends on the method he uses in stepping 
up to the old home plate. He's got to have the power 
of command. And if he hasn't got the essential 
qualities he is a gone cuckoo. Wifey will put the old 
ring back in his nose and a once bold, cussing cannon- 
eer will toboggan back to the ranks of ham-backed, 
castanet-kneed, dish-faced married men. 



There ain't any romance in a cannoneer's home- 
coming. What is he going to buzz the wife about 
the war? He don't know any more about the war 
than a one-eyed armadillo does about whiffletrees. 
Where was Gus Cannoneer and Co. when the Yanks 
looped it over the Rhine? They were chasing the 
Kaiser over the Ohio River. Where was John Can- 
noneer when the aiming points were screaming over- 
head and parallaxes were bursting underfoot? Where 
was George Cannoneer when Third Lootenants fainted 
and brave men grew pale? Where was Bill Cannon- 
eer on the day of the big battle? 

Where was he? 

Why, the fathead was N. C. O. in charge of quarters. 

Therefore, the cannoneer will have to knock wife 
dead with his power of command or spend the rest of his 
career wiping dishes and sewing doilies. He's got to 
step right out there in front of the family battalion 
and snap 'em to attention. When he flatwheels into 
the home barracks and wifey tries to kiss him on the 
beak, he has to bawl the ears off her for moving in 



126 



ranks and take away her salmon-colored card, thus 
depriving her of the privilege of spending her week- 
ends and hubby's nickels in Woolworth's. 

Everything depends on the power of command. 
Step right up and put the family cat and dog through 
fifty minutes' intensive redrill. Then give the wife 
and the four kids squads right and hike 'em off over 



the neighborhood terrain. Teach 'em the arm signals 
and if they are slow in learning shoot 'em back to 
the observation area. 

We're warning you, men, that you have to make 
good at the jump or you're gone ganders. 

Go to it. 




OeSESVATlOM 



127 



THOSE DOT-DASHED BUTTONS 




AY, Achilles was a good, game bird and 
probably kicked more opponents for a 
goal than any army mule. He buzzed 
along busting 'em right on the nose 
like Ty Cobb until some alien enemy 
nicked him in the heel. We aren't 
sure as to whether Achilles' heel was 
weak from too much dismounted drill in the observation 
area, or whether rattling around in oversize, staggard 
tread army boots caused his heelpiece to break out 
into a flock of O. D. blisters. 

Anyway, Achie's heel turned out to be the weak 
sister, and when his opponent stood pat on three ar- 
rows and two spears, Achie was a gone gosling. He 
was through like a canceled postage stamp. He 
croaked with an arrow sticking out of his heel, which 
is good for three demerits at any battalion inspection 
unless the Major is near-sighted. But he never is. 

Achie's tendon was his weak spot, but he had the 
edge on the bunch of us candidates who are trying to 
park our shoulders under a set of gold bars. 



His weak tendon was his shoe, while ours are in our 
hats. We also possess a few other ligaments that 
aren't armor plated by quite a few dishfuls. The 
feeblest muscles in your whole army career are the 
sinews which prevent your 0. D. blouse from escaping 
from your army buttons. 

An army button is a weird and wonderful institu- 
tion. It hasn't got any legs or visible means of motive 
power, but it sure covers a lot of ground between 
where it is and where it is supposed to be. 

You think a button is on your shirt just where a 
button is supposed to be, but the first thing you know, 
your salmon card says it ain't. The old sword of 
Damocles, that dangled over his royal knob by a single 
hair, was well supported compared to the average 
O. D. army button. The little olive drab bone medal- 
lion is generally hanging by a split hair. You sew it 
on in the evening and next inspection that dod-blatted 
lil' disc pops off as if it were made of T. N. T. instead 
of bone. Then the Major steps along the line, pipes 
the place where your button would be if your button 



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were there, and bang! — goes that pink card. You 
reach down to the turf and capture the button, and 
the damned thing winks at you. Ittsa fact. 

You may not think that a button has an expression. 
But it has. It has an expression like a quoit with the 
colic. You can rivet the dash-blotted thing on with 
more rivets than there are in a Ford. And the next 
morning you go to button up your vest and you dis- 
cover that old George Button has absconded. Three 
demerits. That button has gummed your parade, 
but there it squats with an expression on its face like 
a cat in a creamery. It's enjoying life and wants the 
world and suburbs to know it. That damned button 
lays three demerits regularly every day like a hen 
lays an egg. It may be a circus for the button and 
the Major, but it's a hellufer way to treat a bird who 
is trying to make the world safe for democracy and 
button manufacturers. 

The corrugated part of the whole cantata is that 



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you can't sew one of the infernal things on so that it 
will stay put. 

If a button were a vegetarian it would be all right, 
but it eats O. D. thread like a mule nibbles hay. The 
thread disappears like the shine off installment jewelry. 
The more thread you feed that HI' bone rascal, the 
hungrier it looks. You can groom and pet that but- 
ton, and when the First Major or Second Loot steps 
by, that button kicks you loose from your canned 
salmon-colored card. That's gratitude. 

Wiring 'em on does no good, because a button can 
untie any knot ever tied. You've got about as much 
chance as a hick matching coins against an affable 
stranger with a two-headed dime. 

The only thing to do is to take out your army insur- 
ance, sew the lil' demons on and pull your coat up 
around your ears. For you're stepping out into a 
blizzard of demerits and it looks as if it is going to 
be a hard winter. By Arthur Baer. 



129 




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NOTHING 
TO DO 

BUT WORK 

Just study and learn all the angles 
that turn 
On the quadrants and sight- 
shanks and levers, 
And don't get confounded with 
the deep stuff propounded 
In the F. A. R. D.'s crimson 
"kivers." 
And mind all your steps and your 
turns and salutes, 
And fold up your blankets and 
line 'em — 
Be handsome and soldierly, grace- 
ful galoots — 
And tidy your dress shoes and 
shine 'em. 
Yes, hurry and do this, and then 
do some more, 
And then do some more, though 
the day be 
A long one and weary, and you're 
groggy and bleary — 
Then you'll get your commis- 
sion — well, maybe. 



cont mino -me- 

WOODEN NIGHTMW^eS,- 

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to Rioe if ~«3<-> 



130 



A DAY'S WORK AT WEST POINT 



It's a lazy life there, says Candidate Kerfoot, sub- 
mitting the following: 



DAILY SCHEDULE 

5:15 a.m. — First call. Get up, dress, fold blankets, 
make bunk, arrange books, fold raincoat, police tent, 
furl tent clockwise. 

5:25 a.m. — Reveille. 

5:30 a.m. — "Drivers, step to the front. Right 
face. Forward, march." Feed and groom as many 
horses as you can find in the dark, and if you survive — 

6:15 a.m. — Return to tent, get mess kit, march over 
hill, over dale, to kitchen; wait half an hour for chow; 
eat it if you have time; get in line and wait half an 
hour to scald your fingers and disarrange the grease 
on your mess kit. 

6:45 a.m. — Assembly for instruction. 

10:45 a.m. — "Drivers, etc." But water as well as 



feed, and groom for daylight inspection. If still 
surviving — 

11:30 a.m. — Mess again (if you have time). 

12 Noon — Police battery street. 

12 :10 p.m. — Fall out for driving class and subsequent 
classes. 

4:30 p.m. — More feeding, watering, grooming; clean 
material, dig ditches, police camp, etc. 

5 :30 p.m. — Retreat. 

6 p.m. — Mess. 

6:30 p.m. — Special detail. 

7 p.m. — Study hour, two hours long. Spend an 
hour and three quarters standing in line to draw a 
fifth bed sack, and the other fifteen minutes trying to 
copy the study assignment off the bulletin board with 
one hand and hold a lantern in the other. 

9 p.m. — Wash, shave, mend clothes, unfurl tent, 
make bunk. 

9:30 p.m. — Lights out. Shine shoes by moonlight, 
undress, crawl into bed and try to keep warm. 




131 




iUo,TH!S tSNT A AIWU6HT 

Ijjuch on A possum hunt—Its the- 
Candidates TAvaNtf Brb°«fasv. 



HIGHLY DOUBTFUL 

Absolute knowledge, I have none, 

But my aunt's washerwoman's sister's son 

Heard a policeman on his beat 

Say to a laborer on the street 

That he had a letter, just last week, 

Written in the finest Greek, 

From a Chinese coolie in Timbuctoo 

Who said that the niggers in Cuba knew 

Of a colored man in a Texas town 

Who had it straight from a circus clown 

That a man in the Klondike heard the news 

From a gang of South American Jews 

About somebody in Borneo 

Who heard of a man who claimed to know 

Of a swell society female rake 

Whose mother-in-law will undertake 

To prove that her husband's sister's niece 

Has stated in a printed piece 

That she has a son who has a friend 

Who knows just when the war will end. 

Rattert. 



FOR THE GUARD AT 
WEST POINT 



Our general disorders are: 

First — To police this picket line and all guns and 
caissons in view. 

Second — To swing my shovel in a million different 
manners and watch all the horses, their heels never 
fearing. 

Third — To report all groomers who lay down on the job. 

Fourth — To repeat all calls for extra picket details. 

Fifth — To quit the guard tent in which privates are 
not received. 

Sixth — To receive, obey and pass on to the shoveler 
who relieves me all orders from the hard-boiled candi- 
date sergeants and corporals of the guard. 

Seventh — To ride no wagons except in the line of 
duty. 

Eighth — In case the light battery arrives to give the 
alarm. 

Ninth — To permit no one to become a staller on or 
near my post. 

Tenth — In case I'm played out to call the corporal 
of the guard. 

Eleventh — To tie in their right places all horses not 
placed. 

Twelfth — To be especially watchful at night and 
during the hours of breaking loose to run down all horses 
that get past the gun park. 




132 




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WAIL OF A "FLU" 
PATIENT 

At first. 

They told him he would be discharged 
When his temperature was normal. 
For four consecutive days. 

It was. 

But on the fourth day. 

The M. O.'s decreed 

That seven days normal were now required 

Before patients were discharged. 

The seventh day came — 

But no release. 

Ten days normal was the new edict. 

With rebellious heart he remained on bunk. 

Working deflections, figuring elevations. 

Awaiting day he could be with battery 

Once more. 

On tenth day 

It rained . Accursed fortune, 

For well he knew 

On rainy days no one left hospital. 

On eleventh day it rained again. 

Were the fates conspiring against him? 

The twelfth day brought the answer. 

For his temperature was 1 00, 

And the nurse tucked him betwixt sheets 

To start convalescence anew. 



SALUTE 
JYRUP" w*/i 
H6U» 5CWC 



UP THE FLU 

Said the Fly to the Flea, "I've 

got the 'flu,' " 
Said the Flea to the Fly, " What'll 

you do?" 
Said the Fly to the Flea, "I'll fly 

with you, " 
So the Fly flew away — now the 

Flea has the "flu." 




AN-n- SMCKIHtf- 
VACCINE WKXttt 
Cl/RV -rws. 



AT THE END OF A 

?? DAY 

I've washed out a score of kettles, 

I've worked in the sweltering sun, 
I've fed the crew the slum and stew 

'Til it seemed like 'most a ton; 
I've mopped all around the mess shack, 

I've worked like the devil to pay, 
And I'm glad, you bet, when at last I get 

To the end of a K. P. day. 

I've turned out at 5 for reveille, 

I've shined my shoes 'til they hurt, 
I've swung a broom 'round the barracks 
room, 

A-chasing away the dirt; 
I've done doughboy drill 'til I'm weary, 

I've done what the officers say, 
And I'm glad, you bet, when at last I get 

To the end of a candidate's day. 

D. D. Richards. 



Cover in file* 

133 



HELMET WITH LIGHTNING ROD 



THE FOURTH LIEUTENANT 




rattles 
that it 



N view of the fact that the steel trench helmets now 
used in the American army are dangerous in a 
thunderstorm, the new trench chapeau with light- 
ning rod attached will soon be regulation. 

The rod on the helmet attracts the lightning, 
which runs down through the soldier's Adam's apple 
into his money pocket. As there is nothing in the 
money pocket to hinder its progress southward, the 
lightning continues down his O. D. suspenders into 
his olive drab socks, buzzes through his shoes, and 
into the ground. The advantage of this lightning rod is 
can be used as a fork to spear potatoes at mess. It costs 










the enlisted man but $56.98 to have the rod installed complete. 
While the initial cost is rather steep, the upkeep is less than that 
of a Ford, and the soldier is entitled to keep all the lightning he 
catches. 

Other innovations can be noticed by lamping the above sketch. 
F. o. b. Louisville, $56.98. 



By Culbreth Sodler. 



Oho for Lieutenant A, 

For Lieutenants B and C: 
As Fourth Lieutenant, I'm independent 

In charge of department D. 

There's work for Lieutenant A, 

The guns and materiel; 
He conducts standing drill till the gunners are ill 

And can't tell a shrap from a shell. 

BUT— 

I haven't got a platoon, 

I'm a useless excuse for an aid; 
They make me a Lieut just so I can salute 

When the battery goes on parade. 

The horses and harness are fine: 

They're the pets of Lieutenant B; 
The men clean and groom with the curry and broom 

While he bellows his orders with glee. 

BUT— 

I haven't got a platoon. 

For they're not enough to go 'round: 
I work like a gob doing everyone's job, 

But my duties have never been found. 

A toast to Lieutenant C: 

He tends to the men, it is said; 
He sees that their feet are externally neat 

And feeds them on gravy and bread. 

BUT— 

I haven't got a platoon: 

I haven't a soul to command: 
I must do all the work that the other men shirk 

And know what the rest do combined. 

Oh, where is department D? 

I'm wretchedly treated. I claim. 
I've neither a horse, nor a striker, of course. 

But I feel like them both, just the same. 

FOR— 

I haven't got a platoon, 

The officers give me the blatt: 
They work me, you said it, then take all the credit, 

And I am left perfectly flat. 



134 




THAT'S WHAT THEY ALL SAY 



Being a few inside tips from the instructors in various branches 
of the works. Let's go. 

Materiel — "Get this stuff under your bonnet and you've got 
your commish in your pocket. The rest is soft. I don't want to 
boast, but materiel is the guts of the army. " 

The Army Skate — "I'll tell the world that care and training of 
the army horse is five-fourths of the war. Pack this junk under 
your hood and you are automatically made a gold bar loot. Don't 
let 'em tell you different." 

Reconnaissance — "The senior instructor paged me this morning 
and told me that reconnaissance was 99 per cent, of this academy. 
Don't give more than five minutes a week to materiel, gunnery 
and topog. Wake that bird up there in the third row. Whatthe- 
hell do you think this is, a kindergarten?" 

Conduct of Fire — "You know me. All the best graduates are 
made instructors in conduct of fire. Lay off everything but fire 
control and you will be a Major so quick you'll get dizzy. Some 
of you are dizzy now. Read paragraphs 1044 to 987,666 to 8945, 



2352,9897,54,29 and 2398. Get this stuff and you will be tripping 
over your own spurs in three more weeks." 

Topography — "If it wasn't for topography this war would have 
been over four years ago. No war can be successful without topog. 
Soak this instruction up and forget conduct of fire and gunnery. 
Get me? " 

Communication — "This branch is the darb. All the rest is 
bushwa. Tell 'em I said so. If you get the buzzer, wigwag and 
semaphore you can throw away all your other books and get 
measured by the Seven Little Tailors for a forty bean uniform. 
One dollar down and a dollar forever. Long may she wave." 

Fire Discipline — "What good is the rest of that junk unless you 
can tell the azimuth trail handle from the muzzle micrometer range 
scale. Any fish who registers as a gunner can tell 'em all to hop 
toward Hades. This is the backbone of the outfit. Sweet cookies! 
What is that No. 5 trying to do with that quadrant? Get away 
from that cross level bubble. Stand up, sit down. Whatthehell 
are you moving for? Wow!" 

Gunnery — (Same as the rest, only multiplied by six.) 



135 



RUMORS ! 




HE most peculiar feature about the good ol' 
F. A. C. O. T. S., aside from the odd shape 
of some of the candidates' skullpieces, is the 
flock of rumors which permeates the works. 
A rumor is a very queer bird. It hasn't 
any wings, but it sure can step around. 
About the only thing that travels faster than 
one rumor is two rumors. Bad news and the 
Twentieth Century Limited are supposed to 
be pretty swift turkeys, but old Gus Rumor 
can spot 'em eight balls and play 'em fifteen 
or no count. _,,, - M 



The Mikado of Japan has promised to put more sulphur on the 
end of those damned Swedish matches. 



* * * 
The battery will go back to mess kits. 

* * * 



The reason why truth can't hop around 
as fast as Tumor is that rumor always beats 
the gun. While truth is mooching around 
looking for a good jumping off place, old 
Theopolis Rumor ups and takes his foot in 
his hand and lights out. He clatters over 
the terrain, touching only the master lines 
and other high spots. Being heavier than 
air, the law of diffusion of gases carries 
Mr. Rumor, Mrs. Rumor, and all the little 
Rumors into all the nooks and crannies in 
the works. When truth comes along with 
a staple line of samples he discovers that all 
his trade have laid in their fall and winter 
stock. 

A rumor doesn't hang around much in 
one spot. It matriculates and graduates 
in about six seconds, a full-fledged two-bar 
rumor, and its place is filled immediately 
by another candidate rumor. 

Some of the most stylish rumors which 
were inhaled at camp were: 

The Kaiser lost his pink card. 



All materiel classes will be held in the buffet of The Seelbach. 

* * * 

Nineteen hundred and five model caissons will be discarded and 
all future caisson contracts let out to Rolls-Royce & Co. 



Any candidate getting more than fifty demerits will forfeit his 
chances of doing guard duty for the period of the war. 



Slickers will be worn to bed. Shoes will be kept on in the shower 
baths. 




Candidates must tie their shoe laces with the rough ends twelve 
paces to the right of the left flank of the azimuth worm knob. 
Heels must be worn in the rear. 



The battery will continue to scoff off 
of china. 

* * * 

The battery will put the nosebag on to 
the clatter of iron mess kits. 

* * * 

The battery will go to the trough via the 
blue delft china route. 

* * * 

All drawing boards will be fitted with 
swivel chairs to make classes more com- 
fortable. 

* * * 

The battery will chow off of mess kits. 

* * * 

All O. D. buttons must be triangular in 
shape and sewn on with the stitches run- 
ning anti-clockwise. 



The battery will continue to use china. 



All graduates will be staked to five hundred berries to enable 
them to buy officers' uniforms with Seelbach trimmings. 

* * * 
The battery will go back to mess kits. 

* * * 

It won't. 

* * * 

It will. 

* * * 

Bunks out. 

* * « 
Bunks in. 

* * * 

Bunks out. 



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"SENSINGS" 

By Gut Gobdon 



THOSE WOOLENS 

I am clad now all in woolen 

And I spend my time in pullin' 

At the blame stuff where it's wearin' 

All the skin off my trunk 
What with twisting and with hitching 
At the places where it's itching 
It's a wonder that an M. P. doesn't 

Pick me up as drunk! 



PARADISE (I) LOST 

Life for me has lost its glamour 

And I think I'll take my hammer 

And go knocking, and go crabbing good and hard. 

Everything is topsy-turvy 

Seems to me it was a scurvy, 
Trick, on Friday eve, to pluck my Conduct Card. 



THE PLAINT 

" It's hell to be a soldier when 

There isn't any war; 
Without a scrap, a pair of bars 

Are not worth fighting for!" 

THE ANSWER 

" Can all that stuff ! Swing on the ball 

And tear it into bits! 
He imitates the Kaiser now 

Who chucks the game and quits!" 

PARADISE (II) REGAINED 

Life to-day is bright and cheery. 

Tho' on yesterday 'twas dreary, 

To-day I've got the pep of several men. 
Feel so doggoned high and handsome 
That I'll have to sing and dance some 

For my little Conduct Card is home again. 




-/^TER-lfeW — 



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THIS WEEK'S CASUALTY LIST 

(Memo to be read at two successive retreats.) 



Candidate Zapp, Eeepteenth Battery — Two demerits. Ears not in ranks. 



Candidate Goofus, Skeenth Battery — One gross best assorted demerits. Passed a Ford 
while double timing. 



Candidate Turk. Ullupth Battery — Four salvos of demerits. Saluted an officer with both 
hands in his pockets. 



AFTER RIDING 

All the proper ways of showing, 
Grooming, saddling and lassooing 
Of his Horseship in due time I may 
not know; 

But his backbone, sharp and skinny, 

I'll remember, many, many 
./Eons hence when shoveling coals below. 

THAT CARD! 

"Oh, that salmon-colored card! 

Oh, that salmon-colored card! 

Oh, that salmon-colored card 

I used to have. 

I would travel to and fro; 
To The Seelbach I would go , 
On that salmon-colored card 
I used to have. 

Once I passed a Second Loot, 
And I made a bum saloot; 
Where's that salmon-colored card 
I used to have? 

It is in the B. C.'s drawer 
For the period of the war; 
Oh, that salmon-colored card 
I used to have." 



B. C. — Anybody who passes this ex. in field gunnery is qualified to go to Fort Sill. 
Candidate— Me for Fort Silly. 



Candidate Bunkus, Urpurp Battery — Six demerits. Striking wooden horse with butt end 
of whip. 



Candidate Fooble — Sixxuxx Battery — One yard of demerits. Leggings not shined in rear of 
elbows. 



o^-fc*- rwe DEST ' 




RECONNAISSANCE 

Oh, the work of the B. C. 

Is too difficult for me. 

And the R. O.'s work I know I couldn't do, 
And the guy who waves the flags 
And the one who rides and drags 

Miles of wire, they know a whole lot, too. 

So I've come at last to see 

That the only thing for me, 

If the detail of the B. C. I would grace. 
Is to learn to nibble grass 
And be Instrument Sergeant's ass, 

In fact, I think that is my proper place. 



Candidate Cook — Sir, I was told we could use a piece of wood to 
drive out the hub-liner. How about that? 
Instructor Ramsay — Use your head, then. 



"If you were on guard and saw the kitchen sink, what would 
you do? 

"Get the range and fire the cook stove." 

When Der Tag arrived der Kaiser was der bird who was tagged. 

You said it. 

"Did you make a hundred on the exams to-day?" 

D. K. Jones — I made a hundred all right but not on each. 

Candidate Hackney inquired of the powers that be: "Can we 
ride the horses on week-ends?" 



Announcement was made the other night as follows: "All men 
who have lost their salmon-colored cards can get them now by 
applying at the office." The battery lined up in muster roll forma- 
tion. 

The sweetest command that was ever given: "Cease grooming." 



/m$»< 




■SPUM J>\*Y COdE IN HAN9Y ftT C. TftC D/sNte 



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A FINE LINE 



By Homer Dye, Jr. 

The early bird piped forth this song: 

"0 fiddlesticks and fudges. 
I'm tired of being up so long 

Before the late bird budges. 
" For all I get is just one worm, 

A morning-after sick one, 
While the bird that waits till the late worms squirm, 

Gets a great, big, well-fed, thick one." 
So this wise bird doped out a way 

To better his condition. 
In bed he'd stay past reveille 

And lost his said commission. 
Moral — It's hell as it is, but it's a 

damn sight worse otherwise. 





REVEILLE 



I haven't a sock on my left foot. 

My shoes aren't laced up at all; 
My coat is half on, 
Three buttons are gone 

And, damn it! There goes that call! 



One of my leggings is missing: 
My breeches are torn at the knee: 

I know I'm a sight, 

But, thank God, it's night, 

When I pile out to stand reveille. 
David T. M'Cord. 

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The Hindenburg line 

Is a line that DID shine; 

But the line that is shining right now 
Is the line we combine 
When they call us to dine, 

And we line up for beefsteak and chow. 
H. Dye, Jr. 



THE END OF THE LINE 

By a Ninth Section Martyr 

" Move on your feet," the B. C. cried. 

And looked to the end of the line. 
"Fall in, dress up; you're always late," 

That worthless end of the line. 

A detail needed to scrub latrines? 

Go pick the end of the line. 
The guns need cleaning, the windows screens? 

It's up to the end of the line. 

The battery's ragged, who gets the skin? 

Of course, the end of the line. 
Though the lead men wobble like very sin 

The goat is the end of the line. 

I'll bet when Peter is watching the gate. 
To that home all golden and fine. 

He'll find the place is all filled up 
And shut out the end of the line. 



I 

THE "WAY 

the Ground 

FEEl/S TO 
A BRAND MEW 

TBYINGr TO APBOi 
A? ATXWUCN. 







COME AND I 

GET IT J , / 




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THE F. A. C. O. T S. 
ASSOCIATION 



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A ROSTER OF ITS OFFICERS 



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THE 



F. A. G. O. T. S. ASSOCIATION 



BY 

ALFRED C. HOUSER 



EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 







WE artillerymen who constitute the Field Artillery Central Officers' Train- 
ing School Association, feel that there is a valid reason for its existence, 
and the enthusiastic endorsement of our organization principles by a 
considerable section of the non-military citizenry leads us to believe that we have 
a serious and worthy mission to fulfill. Briefly, these are our aims: 

To perpetuate the friendships, spirit, and ideals of our life at Camp Zachary 
Taylor. 

There, when the nation was at war we met and were inspired by affiliations with 
the highest type of American manhood, cemented into a homogeneous whole and 
inspired by a common purpose. 

We learned that the Mason and Dixon line is a mere historical tradition and that 
in fact there are no "Southerners" and "Northerners," "Easterners" and "Wester- 
ners, " but that we are all Americans, actuated by the same hopes and ambitions. 

Surely, if our Association accomplishes nothing more than maintain a fraternity 
of goodfellowship, we have justified its existence. 

And in the doing of this thing we find ourselves in a position to exert our efforts 
along serious lines. 

Therefore, because we believe that universal military service is the only safe and 
sane foundation for national defense we stand for that system. 

In the establishment and carrying out of a permanent military program we feel 
that full cognizance of the importance of the field artillery should be taken and that 
this branch of the service should be under the administration of a permanent chief 
of Field Artillery. 

No one can foretell the future of the Association with certainty, but the execu- 
tive secretary takes an optimistic view. The tone of the correspondence which 
comes to his desk daily spells something more than a mere effervescent enthusiasm. 
F. A. C. O. T. S. men do not intend that the morale and esprit dea corps which made 
our great training school beloved and honored by its thousands of former students 
shall die without achieving a lasting result. 



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LIST OF OFFICERS 
F. A. G. O. T. S. ASSOCIATION 



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President 

COLONEL ARTHUR H. CARTER 

30 Broad St., New York, N. Y. 

Vice-Presidents 

COLONEL ANSON C, GOODYEAR 

Marine Bank Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y. 

LIEUT.-COL. B. H. DIBBLEE 

c/o E. T. Rollins & Sons, San Francisco, Cal. 

MAJOR SILAS WILLIAMS 

621 James Bldg., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

JOHN T. PIGGOTT 

Sacramento, Cal. 

ALBERT H. MORRILL 

Providence Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio 

T. D. ROBINSON 
750 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Treasurer 

STUYVESANT FISH, Jr. 

37 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 

Secretary 
W. W. HOPPIN 
32 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. 

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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



Col. Arthur H. Carter 
Lyman Bass 

William B. Davidson - 
Stuyvesant Fish, Jr. 
William W. Hoppin 
John Kirby 
William L. McKee 
Daniel MacDougald 
George Palmer Putnam 
Theodore Douglas Robinson 
Joseph R. Swann 



30 Broad St., N. Y. C. 

1330 Marine Bank Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y. 

139 W. 47th St., N. Y. C. 

37 Wall St., N. Y. C. 

32 Nassau St., N. Y. C. 

Press Club, Washington, D. C. 

1542 Herbert Ave., Memphis, Tenn. 

Empire Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. 

2 West 45th St., N. Y. C. 

750 Park Ave., N. Y. C. 

Guarantee Trust Co., N. Y. C. 



MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 



Charles C. Auchincloss 
William B. Davidson - 
John Kirby 
William L. McKee 
Walbridge S. Taft 



12 East 71st St., N. Y. C. 
139 West 47th St., N. Y. C. 
Press Club, Washington, D. 
1542 Herbert Ave., Memphis, Tenn. 
40 Wall St., N. Y. C. 



C. 



Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Dist. Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 



STATE CHAIRMEN 

R. E. Steiner, Jr., 220 S. Hull St., Montgomery. 

Earl R. Marble, Heyden. 

Arthur Phillips, Little Rock. 

B. H. Dibblee, c/o R. T. Rollins & Sons, San Francisco. 

Mason A. Lewis, c/o Lewis & Grant, Denver. 

Walter L. Goodwin, 120 Asylum St., Hartford. 

Fred J. Gibney, 1304 Clayton St., Wilmington. 

E. L. Kayser, c/o George Washington Univ., Washington. 

Wm. H. Rogers, 150 Donald St., Jacksonville. 

Hugh Spalding, 1403 Empire Bldg., Atlanta. 

William B. McFarland, Cceur d'Alene. 

William McCormick Blair, 1416 Astor St., Chicago. 

Charles M. Osborne, 2847 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis. 

Lewis W. Taylor, 693— 35th St., Des Moines. 

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Wm. B. Davidson, of the Executive 
Committee, directing the movies 



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Kansas 

Kentucky ■ 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Hugh M. McFabland, 1100 Harrison St., Topeka. 

Keith L. Bullitt, St. James Apts., Louisville. 

Edmund Richardson, 3706 St. Charles St., New Orleans. 

W. W. Putnam, Thomaston. 

William E. Coleman, Equitable BIdg., Baltimore. 

Samuel L. Walcott, 60 State St., Boston. 

Frank Condon, c/o Kellogg Corn Flakes Co., Battle Creek. 

Leonard R. Welles, 2011 Pillsbury Ave., Minneapolis. 

Abe Summerville, Cleveland. 

Sears Lehmann, 600 Merchants Arcade, St. Louis. 

Arthur T. Hansford, 15 N. 30th St., Billings. 

Robert I. Stout, 117 S. 39th St., Omaha. 

Bert M. Laurence, Box 522, Tonopah. 

Edwin A. Norton, 48 Pennacook St., Manchester. 

Robert L. Hamill, 41 Boulevard, Summit. 

Hugh M. Bryan, 209 N. 11th St., Albuquerque. 

Col. Anson C. Goodyear, Marine Bank Bldg., Buffalo. 

Donald S. Ellis, 10 N. Park Square, Asheville. 

M. B. Oilman, 212 Main St., Bismarck. 

Albert H. Morrill, Providence Bldg., Cincinnati. 

Reginald W. Kendall, 1814 N. Shartel St., Oklahoma City. 

Elliot R. Corbett, First Nat'l Bank, Portland. 

Major Fitz E. Dixon, Drexel Bldg., Philadelphia. 

Wright D. Hayden, 28 Alumni Ave., Providence. 

V. M. Manning, Greenville. 

Clifford C. Lee, Aberdeen. 

Major Silas Williams, 621 James Bldg., Chattanooga. 

Col. Frank H. Hicks, Rockdale. 

J. B. Tucker, Provo. 

Edward J. Lockwood, Broch House, Rutland. 

Robert Tunstall, 530 Pembroke Ave., Norfolk. 

H. H. Hartman, 306 Brooks Bldg., Seattle. 

John Charles Berry, 724 Main St., Wheeling. 

James M. Ballentine, 1423 Grand Ave., Milwaukee. 

Russel H. Nichols, 311 Oil Exchange Bldg., Casper. 



GOVERNING COMMITTEE 



Colonel Arthur H. Carter 
Colonel Anson C. Goodyear 
Lieutenant Colonel B. H. Dibblee 
Major Silas Williams 
John T. Piggott 
Albert H. Morrill 
Theodore Douglas Robinson 
Stuyvesant Fish, Jr. 



W. W. Hoppin 

Charles C. Auchincloss 
Arthur C. Baer 
George F. Baker, Jr. 
Lyman Bass 
Keith L Bullitt 
William E. Coleman 
Elliot R. Corbett 



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Lieutenant Colonel Robert E. Coulson 

Marcus Daly 

William B. Davidson 

Lieutenant Colonel Benj. H. Dibblee 

Major Fitz E. Dixon 

Philip L. Dodge 

E. H. Englehorn 

Charles I. Francis 

Summer Gerard 

William M. Grant 

Joseph C. Guild 

Judge Smith Hickenlooper 

Lieutenant Colonel Frank H. Hicks 

Isaac Hilliard 

A. P. Hill Hudson 

Lieutenant Edgar J. Kaufman 

John Kirby 

Sears Lehmann 

Lawrence Lewis 

Mason A. Lewis 

Ethelbert I. Low 

George McBlair 

William McBlair 

Daniel MacDougald 

Hugh M. McFarland 



Lieutenant Thomas MacGinnis 

William L. McKee 

John McWilliams, Jr. 

Amasa Stone Mather 

W. E. Monleith 

George S. Munson 

E. A. Norton 

George Palmer Putnam 

Captain Carl M. Ramspeck 

Eugene Ransom 

Edmund Richardson 

Joseph M. Sargent 

Anton H. Schefer 

Whitney Sheppardson 

Lieutenant Edw. D. Smith 

Marion Smith 

William M. Stewart 

Lieutenant R. I. Stout 

Joseph R. Swann 

Lieutenant Walbridge S. Taft 

Calvin Truesdale 

Captain Raymond Walters 

George Whitney 

S. L. Wolcott 

Paul Wood 




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I believe in my country, in my army, in my battery, and in my- 
self. I believe I have it in me to become a good officer. I must 
know my business in all its details. These I can learn by everlasting 
perseverance. In handling men, I must realize they are human 
beings like myself. I must be perfectly fair with them at all times, 
and must develop them mentally, morally, physically, and pro- 
fessionally. I must put my heart and soul in my work. I must 
remember that there is no place in the army for a man who finds 
fault with a junior, without at the same time showing him how to 
correct his error. I must be a model to my men in conduct, 
appearance, and knowledge. And finally, I must always remember 
that while it is not in mortal man to command success, I can at 
least desire it. 

MAJOR-GENERAL SNOW. 

August 17. 1918. 



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ROSTER 



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ALABAMA 



ACREE, JAMES L., Jr., 211 W. Adams St., Dothan. 

ACTON, FRED, R. F. D. No. 4, Birmingham. 

ADAMS, ROBERT LESLIE, 2721 — 10th Ave. S., Birmingham. 

ADAMS, WILLIAM D., 817 Walnut St., Gadsden. 

ADLER, JULIAN H., 2147 Highland Ave., Birmingham. 

AIRD, JOHN B., 2913 Juniper Ave., Birmingham. 

ARD, JEROME C, Ozark. 

ARMSTRONG, GEORGE MILLER, Auburn. 

BAGBY, EDWARD BOOKER. Marion. 

BAILEY, JAY C., 912 Walnut St., Gadsden. 

BALL, FRED S., 1504 S. Perry St., Montgomery. 

BANKHEAD, WALTER WILLIAM, Jasper. 

BANKS, NAT M., 6 Glen Iris PI., Birmingham. 

BARBER, EDWARD D., 412 E. Lafayette St., Dothan. 

BARLOW, LUNDIE W„ 1728 Constantine Ave., Anniston. 

BENSON, JOHN B., Enterprise. 

BLUE, E. L., Union Springs. 

BONNER, MADISON L., Lineville. 

BOUTWELL, VERN C, Greenville. 

BOWLING, EUGENE K., 900 S. 20th St., Birmingham. 

BRADLEY, HARRY B., 1901 Hays Ave., Birmingham. 

BRANSCOMB, BENNET H, 200 Emma Ave., Birmingham. 

BRANTLY, JOHN E., Livingston. 

BRANTLY, JOSEPH K., 31S N. Three Notch, Troy. 

BREWER, JAMES C., Collinsville. 

BRITNELL, ROBERT E., Russellville. 

CALHOUN, THOMAS E., Demopolis. 

CALVERT. THOMAS J., Jasper. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN H., Pyriton. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN W., Odenville. 

CARMICHAEL, ALBERT A., Geneva. 

CARTWRIGHT, RICHARD N., Jr., 309 W. Washington St., Athens. 

CHENOWETH, BUFORD DUKE, n 19 S. 15th St., Birmingham. 

CLEMENTS, GEORGE EDGAR, Koenton. 

CLISBY, JOHN H., 2309— 5th Ave., No. Birmingham. 

COKER, ROBERT W., Lincoln. 

COLBERT, HENRY L., Athens. 

COURTNEY, J. D.. Steel-Smith D. G. Co.. Birmingham. 

COWAN, JAMES H, Stevenson. 

CRUMP. RUSSELL M., Collinsville. 

DAUGHERTY, A. R., Hartford. 

DAVIDSON, HENRY C, 117 Wilkinson St., Montgomery. 

DAVIS, GEORGE HUSTON. Birmingham. 



DICK, G. P., 2330 Highland Ave., Birmingham. 

DOSS, C. I., Hartselle. 

DOUGHTY, J. D.. Reform. 

DOUVILLE, GEORGE CHRISTOPHER, Dadeville. 

DOW, FREDERICK T.. 3328 Cliff Rd., Birmingham. 

DREW, HORACE R., 1001— 10th St. S., Birmingham. 

DRISCOLL, THOMAS N., Dawson. 

DUBBERLY, J. N., Loachapoka. 

DUGGAN, JAMES EDWARD, 54— 56 St. Francis St., Mobile. 

DURANT, ADRIAN J., 67 St. Francis St., Mobile. 

EDMUNDSON, JEROME J., 3401 Norwood Blvd., Birmingham. 

EDWARDS, LESLIE M., 1312 Woodstock Ave., Anniston. 

ELLIS, ROBERT F., Atmore. 

EPPERSON, THOMAS H., 2305— 1st Ave., Birmingham. 

EVANS, ORION L., Gadsden. 

FINDLEY, HERBERT L., Tuscaloosa. 

FINDLEY, PRESTON S., Tuscaloosa. 

FITZPATRICK, THOMAS WARD. 1224 N. 12th Ave., Birmingham. 

FLINN, LANDY G., 424 S. Hull St., Montgomery. 

FOLSOM, GROVER C, New Brockton. 

FORBES, CECIL M., 1028}^ S. 18th St. S., Birmingham. 

FORBES, JAMIE VERNON, I028>£ S. 18th St., Birmingham. 

FORBIS, JAMES A., 2172 Highland Ave., Birmingham. 

FOWLER, J. T., 102 N. Oates St., Dotham. 

FRENCH, JAMES T., Brundidge. 

FRIERSON, GIDDEON B., 1217 University Ave., Tuscaloosa. 

FULLER, LUTHER D., 51S S. Hull St., Montgomery. 

GALLACHER, CHRISTOPHER, Parrish. 

GALLOWAY, C. B., Abbeville. 

GARRETT. V. S., Pell City. 

GARRETSON, HARRY FORNO, Escatawpa. 

GORDY. J. F., Birmingham. 

GRADY, J. A., Roanoke. 

GRAHAM. NEEDHAM ALEXANDER. 1226 S. 12th St., Birmingham. 

GRAY, WILLIAM, Jr., Dadeville. 

GREEN, ARTHUR, 613— 18th St., Bessemer. 

GREENE, MARCUS MELTON, R. F. D. No. 4. Winfield. 

GRIER, MARK B.. Camden. 

GRIFFIN, WILLIAM R., 318 E. 3d Ave., Cullman. 

GUP, DAVID P., 7 Chamberlain Ave., Mobile. 

HAAS, F. W., 508 Springhill Ave., Mobile. 

HALEY, L. B., Chestnut Hill, Birmingham. 

HAMMOND, FRED B., Hartselle. 



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HARRIS, L. B., Box 31s. Scottsboro. 

HART, WILLIAM M., 523 S. Court St., Montgomery. 

HASSON, VESTER MAXWELL, Northport. 

HAWKINS, E. H., University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. 

HENDRIX, ERNEST L., R. No. 1, Box so. Coker. 

HERREN, WOOD S., 1106 Lehighton Ave., Anniston. 

HEWITT, CHARLES M., 1000— 10th Ave. S., Birmingham. 

HODGE, ELBERT JAMES, Carrollton. 

HODGES, SHERBY D., Hodges. 

HOFFMAN, FRANCIS M., Pennala Farms, Gadsden. 

HOLLEY. WILLIAM C, Samson. 

HOLLINGSWORTH, A. B., Mount Andrew. 

HOLLIS, DANIEL W., R. F. D. No. s. Headland. 

HOLLOMON, ROY, 426 N. Hull St., Montgomery. 

HOOD, ARTHUR D., 1 102— 3d Ave. N., Birmingham. 

HOOKER. JOSEPH EARL, Route No. 1, Oakman. 

HUDSON, JAMES JACKSON, 524 Washington Ave., Montgomery. 

IRWIN, LESLIE KILSHAW, 1064 Salina St.. MobUe. 

IZARD, THOMAS C, Athens. 

JACKSON, P. C, 2800 Pine Ave., S. Birmingham. 

JACKSON, THOMAS L., Phil Campbell. 

JACKSON, WILLIAM C. Y. M. C. A., Birmingham. 

JARMAN, JOSEPH E., Cuba. 

JOHNSON, A. M., Fitzpatrick. 

JOHNSON, CHARLIE H., Camp Hill. 

JOHNSON, JAMES H., 218 Walnut St., Decatur. 

JOHNSON, THOMAS N., 216 W. Tuscaloosa St., Florence. 

JOHNSTON, LAWRENCE T., 4416— 9th Ave.. Wylam. 

JONES, DeVANE K., Tuscaloosa. 

JONES, RAYMOND W., Huntsville. 

JONES, R. L.. Roy. 

JONES. THOMAS S., Rockford. 

JONES, TURNER J., South Talladega. 

KEITH, JOHN M., 7" Alabama Ave.. Selma. 

KELLY, THOMAS R., Jeff. 

KELLY, THOMPSON R.. Huntsville. 

KERSH. HENRY L., Smith Station. 

KILPATRICK, HOWARD C, 1036 S. 31st St., Birmingham. 

KING, JOHN P., c/o King Shoe Store, Jasper. 

KLAESS, LEWIS J., IS Terrel Ave., Rockville. 

LACY, ORVILLE A., 1930 Leighton Ave.. Anniston. 

LAMB, CLARK V., Box 17s. Camden. 

LANE. CHARLES M., Mobile. 

LANE, PAUL S., Roanoke. 

LEEDY, WILLIAM B., 11a N. 21st St., Birmingham. 

LEFTWICH. LEWIS C, Roanoke. 

LEFTWICH. ROBERT F., s6 Michigan Ave.. Mobile. 

LELAND, WILLIAM A., Tuscaloosa. 

LEWIS, EDGAR M.. Greenville. 

LEWIS, REUBEN A., 22 11— 14th Ave. S., Birmingham. 

LIDDELL, WILL L., Camden. 

LIVINGSTON, JAMES EDWARD, Notasulga. 

LLOYD. DAVID H., Selma. 

LOEB, RAPHAEL J., Winter Loeb Grocery Co., Montgomery. 



LOYD, ALEX C, Jr., Bridgeport. 

LUSK, EDWIN R., 4421— 10th Ave., Wylam. 

LUSK, MARION FEARN, Guntersville. 

McCARTIN, JOHN PAUL, 902 S. 29th St., Birmingham. 

McCROSSIN, ERWIN J., 2717 Ave. "G," Birmingham. 

McDONALD, JOHN W., Bessemer. 

McDONALD. KENNETH M„ 1034 Elm St., Birmingham. 

McGARY, JAMES R., 404 W. Tuscaloosa St., Florence. 

McLEMORE, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, 740s Ga. Ave., Birmingham. 

McLENDON, JAMES SHERMAN, Ashville. 

McMAHON, WILLIAM O., Livingston. 

McVOY, JAMES L., Selma. 

McWHARTER. HOBART A., Galesville. 

MACKIN, LOUIS B., 1614— 13th Ave. S., Birmingham. 

MARTIN, ELBERT WALDO, 2C8— 6th St., Cullman. 

MATTHEWS, PHARES W., 920 S. 16th St., Birmingham. 

MEADOWS, BERT. Camp Hill. 

MERKLE BENJAMIN L.. Sylacauga. 

MILES, THOMAS J., S3* S. McDONOUGH St.. Montgomery. 

MILLICAN, JAY. Hamilton. 

MIMS, WILLIAM J., R. F. D. No. 4, Clanton. 

MITCHELL, HOMER F., Arkadelphia. 

MONROE. WILLIAM PAUL, Huntsville. 

MOODY, J. W., Wetumpka. 

MOORE, SEBE A.. Hartselle. 

MOORE, WILLIAM. Valley Head. 

MORRIS, JOHN W., 316 Cleveland Ave., Montgomery. 

MORRISON, EARL S., 2632 Ensley Highlans. Ensley. 

MOSELEY, F. M., Union Springs. 

MUNGER, ROBLEY C, Birmingham. 

MURDOCH, DONALD M., Birmingham. 

NATHAN. B., 107 Park Blvd., Sheffield. 

NATION, GUY, 123 N. 66th St., Birmingham. 

NICHOLS, ROBERT, Adamsville. 

NICKERSON, WILLIS B., R. No. 1, Jackson Gap. 

O'BYRNE. LOUIS E.. 2231— 1st Ave.. Birmingham. 

OGDEN, HOSEA T., Sulligent. 

PARKS, B. M., Marion. 

PATTERSON. FRANCIS BURK, 506 Mabry St., Delmar. 

PAULK, LEE, Union Springs. 

PAYNE, HERBERT R., Albertville. 

PENNEY, PAUL M.. 20 Glen Iris Pk., Birmingham. 

PETTY. WILLIAM C, Collinsville. 

PHILLIPS, SAM, 2019 Quinlan Ave., Birmingham. 

PINCARD, PEYTON. 930 S. 20th St., Birmingham. 

PITTMAN, ANDREW J., Union Springs. 

PITTMAN, WILLIAM IVY, R. F. D. No. 7. Dothan. 

POOLE, HERSCHEL, Box 125, Leeds. 

PORTER. WILLIAM J., Central. 

PRICE, ORA, Paint Pock. 

PRITCHETT, WILLIE P., Union Springs. 

PROPST, ALFRED ERNEST, R. F. D. No. 2, Anniston. 

QUARLES, CHARLES D.. Pittsview. 

RADFORD, EMMETT G.. Alexander City. 



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RAGSDALE, LUNEY V., 193 1 Arlington Ave.. Bessemer. 

RAINER, FERNE W., Union Springs. 

RALLS. LACY P.. Gadsden. 

RANDALL, G. H., R. F. D. No. 2, Montevallo. 

RECORD, WILLIAM D. L., 2020 — nth Ave. S., Birmingham. 

RICE, JOHN B. M.. Ft. Payne. 

RICE, WALLACE C, Huntsville. 

ROBERTS, AMOS D., Fayette. 

ROBINSON. HERBERT H., 1900 S. 14th Ave., Birmingham. 

ROGERS, THOMAS W., Russell ville. 

ROSS, WILLIAM J., 1801 Noble St.. Anniston. 

ROWE, CHARLES LEE, Elba. 

RYAN, JAMES H., Greensboro. 

SAKS, JULIAN M., 2201 Highland Ave.. Birmingham. 

SANFORD, JOSEPH R., Wetumpka. 

SAPP, P. A., 626 Randolph St., Eufaula. 

SCOGGIN, ALLISON P., Montgomery Ave., Sheffield. 

SHATTUCK, EDWARD W., 5030 Oakland Ave., Birmingham. 

SHREVE, JAMES W., Andalusia. 

SIBLEY, HINSON SMITH, 815-21 Brown-Marx Bldg., Birmingham. 

SMITH, CAROL C, 1019 S. Perry St., Montgomery. 

SMITH. JAMES C, U. S. Att'y.. Birmingham. 

SMITH, LAMAR M. C, Keener. 

SMITH, WILLIAM A., 133 1 Hunstville Ave.. Birmingham. 

SMITH, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, Athens. 

SNEAD. ISAAC J., Centerville. 

SNEDECOR, PALMER G., 714— 10th Ave., Tuscaloosa. 

SNELLGROVE, H. C, Boaz. 

SOLOMON, DAVID R.,c/o Mrs. J. M. Levine DionApts.. Birmingham. 

STAGGER, RAYMOND J., Benton. 

STANTON, ORECENIETH S.. Daltram. 

STEAGELL, FRED E., Montgomery. 

STEINER, ROBERT E., Jr., 220 S. Hull St., Montgomery. 

STEINMEHL, R. J.. 3520 Cliff Rd.. Birmingham. 

STEPHENS, S. H.. Keener. 



STILLWELL, H. G., Salem. 

STORY, JOHN H., R. R. No. 1, Brooksville. 

SUMMERS, LAUREL F., Marion Junction. 

TATE, ROBERT L., 7500 Underwood Ave., Birmingham. 

TAYLOR. MARVIN. Hamilton. 

TERRY, SIDNEY A., Huntsville. 

THOMAS, JOHNATHON C, R. R. No. 1, Goodwater. 

THORNTON, JOSEPH J., Jr., 1400 S. 13th Ave., Birmingham. 

TILTON. FRANKLIN 0., Geneva. 

TRILICK, RODERICK H., 1806— nth St., Birmingham. 

TURBEVILLE, WILLIE B., Roanoke. 

TURNER. ARTHUR P., Cherokee. 

TURNER, ROY H., Dadeville. 

VAIDEN, JAMES W., Uniontown. 

VARNER, JOSEPH V., Greensboro. 

WALKER, JACOB A., Opelika. 

WALLACE, CLAUD D.. Ashby. 

WALLER, DbWITT LAMAR, 4121— 8th Ave., WyUn. 

WARD, DAVID SOLOMON, Cuba. 

WARD, ROBERT F., Hartford. 

WARD, WILLIAM G., 1002 Springhill Ave., Mobile. 

WEBER, GEORGE E., 21s S. 10th St., Opelika. 

WELDON, G. C, 1264 S. Court St., Montgomery. 

WHATLEY, THOMAS B., R. R. No. 1, Selma. 

WHITE, A., Huntsville. 

WHITESIDE, JOSIAH P., 212 Snow St., Oxford. 

WHITLOCK, WILLIAM P., Rogersville. 

WILLIAMS, ALBERT L.. 118 Murphee St., Troy. 

WILLIAMS, BURTON FOREE, 300 S. Beatty St.. Athens. 

WILLIAMS, PAUL L.. 522 Broad St., Gadsden. 

WILLIAMSON. EDWARD LAMAR, Prattville. 

WILMOT, ROYAL J., c/o Store No. 3, Camp Muscle Shoal. 

WOODALL, WILLIAM C, Tallassee. 

WOODSON, PAUL L., 1326 S. 19th St., Birmingham. 

WRIGHT, GEORGE W.. Arab. 



ARIZONA 



ALLISON, PARKER R., 838— 16th St.. Douglas. 

BABBIT, BERTRAND HENRY, Flagstaff. 

BALLINGER, HUGH H. t 428 S. 4th St., Tucson. 

BIERY, DONALD H.. Florence. 

BROOKS, ROBERT P., 733 E. Pierce St., Phcenix. 

CLEMANS, MARK T.. Florence. 

DITMARS, CHARLES M., Willcox. 

DOHENEY, WILLIAM P., Jr., 723 N. 7th St., Phoenix. 

DORSEY, GEORGE B., Box 324, Ajo. 

DOWNEY, ROLAND V.. Clarkdale. 

EGLY, EZRA J., R. F. D. No. 1, Phcenix. 

GANZ, SYLVAN C, c/o Nat'l Bk. of Arizona. Phcenix. 

GOLDBERG. HAROLD S., 40 Coranado Road. Phcenix. 

HICKS. FRANK V.. Bisbee. 



HOWARD, GEORGE M., R. F. D. No. 4, Phcenix. 

ISAACSON. DEMING WELCH, 4 Paseo Radondo, Tucson. 

LAKE, THOMAS E., Nogales. 

LA TOURETTE, V. G., 1324 E. Fillmore St., Phoenix. 

LELAND, PERCY E., c/o B. H.Van Spanckeren. R. F. D. No. 2. Tempe. 

McALEER, JAMES R., Bisbee. 

McCLURE, FRANK G., Bisbee. 

MARBLE, EARL ROBERT, c/o A. S. & R. Co., Hayden. 

MATTINGLY, JAMES BENJAMIN, 858— 14th St., Douglas. 

MEDIGOVICH, GEORGE, Box 1016, Bisbee. 

METZGER, JAMES A., Grand Canyon. 

MOORE, HARRY M., Glendale. 

NIHILL, ISAAC L.. Jerome. 

O'KEEFE, JOHN J., 413 Morley Ave.. Nogales. 



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PIDGEON, GROVER CLEVELAND, Bisbee. 

PURDUN, PAUL H., 625 N. 1st Ave., Phoenix. 

RICE, HARRY F., Pbcenix. 

ROGERS, FREDERICK W., 838 N. Euclid Ave., Tucson. 

SHOWERS, BYRON J., 1141 Willetta St., Phoenix. 



STEVENS, JAMES L., 1219 Woodland St., Phoenix. 

SYMES, L. J., Tempe. 

TENLEY, RAYMOND E., Willcox. 

WILKEY, BLANTON T„ Nogales. 

WILLIAMS, KENNETH, 757— 14th St., Douglas. 



ARKANSAS 



ABBOTT, THOMAS OSCAR, Waldron. 

ADAMS, ALLAN M., Crocketts Bluff. 

ALCORN, MORRIS L., Imboden. 

ALFREY, ERNEST H., Bentonville. 

ALLEN, ROBERT G., 2301 Chester St., Little Rock. 

ATKINSON, JAMES H., Nashville. 

BACHARACH, EDGAR M., 803 Pecan St., Helena. 

BEASLEY, GEORGE H., 932 Hickory St., Texarkana. 

BELTON, PERCY, Bentonville. 

BERNARD, CLAUDE UNDERWOOD, St. Charles. 

BILLINGSLEY, EWELL A., Augusta. 

BOOKER, WILLIAM A., 1101 N. 12th St., Ft. Smith. 

BOWDEN, RUPERT C, Magazine. 

BREWER, CLARENCE U., 81s N. 35th St., Ft. Smith. 

BREWER, WILLIAM N., 815 N. 35th St., Ft. Smith. 

BRIGGS, FRED, R. F. D. No. 3. Hope. 

BROWN, FAVIN E., Knoxville. 

BROWN, HENRY C, Evansville. 

BROWN, ROSS C, Ozark. 

BROWN, THOMAS R., 354 E. Main St., Stamps. 

BRYAN, WILLIAM J., Charleston. 

BURKETT, CHARLES OMER, Box 125. Newport. 

BUTLER, J. H., Van Buren. 

CARROLL, HUGH A. D., Valley Springs. 

CARTER, VERNON H., Bonanza. 

CASEY, JOHN E., Boxley. 

CLARK, ALVIN D., Ozark. 

CLARK, BENJAMIN F., Enders. 

CLEVELAND, JAMES W., Van Buren. 

COBB, GUY W., Jonesboro. 

COCKERHAM, WILLIAM S., Portland. 

COLBORN. JAY A., 520 Washington St., Hope. 

COOK, JOHN P., 720 State Line, Texarkana. 

COOLIDGE, WILLIAM A., Jr., 526 Perry St., Helena. 

COOPER, HOMER M., Springdale. 

COX, JESSE E., 621 Main St., Malvern. 

COX, JOSEPH G., 1609 W. 23rd St., Little Rock. 

DEANE, CHARLES V., Fayetteville. 

DILLEY, EDWARD S., Box 652, Pine Bluff. 

DODSON, GRAYDON A., 500 Simms St., Conway. 

DOUGLASS, ELDRIDGE P., 615 Ohio St., Helena. 

DUBOIS, WILL JOSEPH, 1119 N. 5th St., Ft. Smith. 

DUNAGIN, ALBERT P., Gravette. 

DUNGAN, WILLIAM T., 1612 Broadway, Little Rock. 

DYER, FRANK A., 417 Miller St., Clarksville. 



DYKE, FRANCIS W., 920 N. 12th St., Ft. Smith. 

EAGLE, BRYAN M., 410 E. 7th St., Little Rock. 

EARLE, JOHN B., Fayetteville. 

ESTES, AUBREY C, Corning. 

EWART, JAMES BURNS, 718 N. Kennedy Ave., Booneville. 

FAISON, BERT L., 2524 Country Ave., Texarkana. 

FANE, BURNHARDT W., 809 Beech St., Texarkana. 

FANT, E. J., 902 E. 3d St., Texarkana. 

FINDLEY, E. B., R. D. No. 3, Jonesboro. 

FRANCIS, LEMUEL ALFRED, R. No. 2, Arkadelphia. 

FULMER, PAUL MONTGOMERY, Conway. 

GAINES, BENJAMIN P., Lake Village. 

GAITHER, BYRON F., Gen. Del., Sylvan Springs. 

GOODWIN, SHIELDS M., Warren. 

GORDON, MINOR A., Prescott. 

GORDON, W. A., Prescott. 

GRABIEL, PAUL R., 1020 W. 6th St.. Little Rock. 

GRAHAM, GARLAND. Springdale. 

GRAHAM, JAMES C, Springdale. 

GRISWALD, RICHARD W., Pine Grove. 

HADDING, HORACE H., 357 Washington Ave., Fayetteville. 

HALL, CHARLES W.. Monticello. 

HALL, NORMAN P., 2424 Gaines St., Little Rock. 

HAMES, THOMAS FREELIN, Dardanelle. 

HANCOCK, JAMES A.. 813 W. Main St., Blytheville. 

HANDLIN, CLAIRE V., First National Bank, Ft. Smith. 

HANRY, AURELIUS D., Eldorado. 

HANSARD, HARRY E„ Fayetteville. 

HARGROVE, CHARLES M., Hoxie. 

HARPER, ALBERT, Junction City. 

HARPER, THOMAS, Stephens. 

HARROD, LAYNIE W., Bilona. 

HECKLER, CHARLES E., Jr., 1104 Elm St., Little Rock. 

HENDRICKS, ROBERT V., Rison. 

HENSON, LOUIS E., Springdale. 

HIRSCH, CARL, 1618 W. 19th St., Little Rock. 

HOLMAN, SCOTT W., 1300 W. 3d St., Little Rock. 

HOLST, BURNHAM B., 6 Webster Place, Texarkana. 

HORN, ROBERT J., Bauxite. 

HUFFMAN, LOUIS C, Bentonville. 

JOHNSON, JAMES VANDERGRIFT, 820 Boyle Bldg., Little Rock. 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM LAFAYETTE, Fulton. 

KAVANNAUGH, FRANK H., 1854 Arch St., Little Rock. 

KEIRSEY, J. K., 752 Whittington Ave., Hot Springs. 

KILLOUGH, WALTER N., Wynne. 



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KIRDY, RICHARD H.. Paragould. 

KIZER, ROLAND C, Monticello. 

KUPFERLE, NICK H., iooo W. 4th St., Little Rock. 

LAMONT, ROBERT J., 341 Sullenberger St., Malvern. 

LIKINS, RAY DOUGLAS, 719 Righter St., Helena. 

LITTLE, WILLIAM S., Conway. 

LITTLETON, HARRY M., 615 Vine St., Harrison. 

LUCAS. JAMES L„ Morrilton. 

LYONS, SAMUEL R., c/o Joe Lyons Machinery Co., Little Rock. 

McALISTER, VIRGIL, Knoxville. 

McCAIN, EDWARD A., Prescott. 

McCAIN, WILLIAM E., McCrory. 

McCARROLL, FRANK A., 313 E. Clay St., Arkadelphia. 

McCLARKIN, HAYNES C, 702 Walnut St., Texarkana. 

McDONALD, CHARLES R., R. F. D. No. 3, Fayetteville. 

McDONALD, FRANK E., R. F. D. No. 3. Fayetteville. 

McGAUGHY, JAMES P., 803 W. 6th Ave., Pine Bluff. 

McGILL, ALRYC U., Stuttgart. 

McKENNON, GEORGE C, Jr., 1006 Long St., Russellville. 

McLELLAN, VIRGIL S., 908 W. 4th St., Little Rock. 

McRAVEN, CHARLES N., 2909 Bishop St., Little Rock. 

MACADORY, FABER L., Monroe. 

MACHEN. HUGHES, Magnolia. 

MAGALE. JOHN F., 339 N. Jefferson St., Magnolia. 

MALLARD, WILLIAM B., Everton. 

MARR, EUGENE C, Gravette. 

MASON, FAGAN B., Flippin. 

MILES, GODFREY B., Eldorado. 

MILLER, GEORGE A., P. O. Box 295. Van Buren. 

MINMIER, GEORGE S., Paris. 

MITCHELL, SEXTUS DUNKIN, Chismville. 

MOREHEAD, WILLIAM E., R. F. D. No. 1, Hot Springs. 

MORGAN, WILLIAM H., Garfield, Benton Co. 

MOORE, GEORGE F., Gurdon. 

NORWOOD, YANCY M.. Bussey. 

O'KELLY, JOSEPH F., Blue Mountain. 

OEHLER, HAROLD M„ Harrisburg. 

OLIVER, JAMES M., Corning. 

OLIVER, PAUL, Corning. 

OWENS, MORGAN R., Center Point. 

PADAN, R. S., 1419 Offnere St., Ft. Smith. 

PARKER, CHESTER S., R. F. D. No. 1, Chismville. 

PEAT, FRED R., Siloam Springs. 

PENICK, E. G., 1400 State St., Little Rock. 

PETTYJOHN, MARVIN J., Walnut Ridge. 

PIERCE, LEWIS O., Harrison. 

POHLSON, EDWIN K, BentonviUe. 

CALI 

ADAMS, G. J., 1272 Monterey Ave., Berkeley. 

AHL, CHARLES D., Dunsmuir. 

AHLF, HOWARD E. Santa Maria. 

ALFORD, RAY M., Lemon Grove. 

ALLEN, SHELDON A.. 2834 Hillegass Ave., Berkeley. 



POLK, EDWARD, 1823 Broadway, Little Rock. 

POTTER, GROVER C, Box 18, Fayetteville. 

PROTHERO, ROY E., R. F. D. No. 7, Little Rock. 

RATCLIFFE, CUMMINS, 1004 Scott St., Little Rock. 

REICHERDT. MORTON A., Marvell. 

ROGERSON, JOHN B., Eldorado. 

ROSENCRANTZ, FRANKLIN C, Fayetteville. 

ROSS, HUGH THOMAS, 1226— 5th Ave., Arkadelphia. 

ROSS, JAMES B., Havana. 

ROWLAND, WILLIAM T., Jr., Arkadelphia. 

RUSSELL, WILLIAM H., Ozark. 

SCOTT, SAMUEL HILL, Benton. 

SEAREY, ROBERT L., Lewisville. 

SHARPENSTEEN, JAMES T., Everton. 

SHAW, ROBERT B., Little Rock. 

SHEEKS, EDGAR V., Corning. 

SLOAN, WAYNE, Ola. 

SMITH, MILTON S., 345 South St., Batesville. 

SMITH, OTIS L., Gravelly. 

SPENCER, ANCIL A., R. F. D. No. 1, Rogers. 

STANLEY, JOSEPH H.. 1900 Arch St., Little Rock. 

STEVENSON, ERNEST EDWARD, R. F. D. No. 2, Pottsville. 

STEVENSON, JAMES E., Dardanelle. 

STUMP, HARLEY C, Stuttgart. 

SUTTON, D. T., 2101 N. 14th St., Ft. Smith. 

SUTTON, GEORGE H., Fayetteville. 

TAYLOR, BELOIT, Corning. 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM A., Booneville. 

TENNEY, GEORGE E., Mt. Pleasant. 

TOBEY, WILMER D., Arkadelphia. 

TONENBAUM, MORRIS M.. 140s. Cumberland St.. Little Rock. 

TRIMBLE, SAMUEL WITHERS, 612 Walnut St., Pine Bluff. 

VELVIN, JAMES C, Lewisville. 

WADSWORTH, ROBERT, Little Rock. 

WAIT, RUE S., Russellville. 

WARD, GUY M., Batesville. 

WATKINS, JAMES E., Bellville. 

WHIDDON, AUDLEY F., 601 E. 15th St.. Little Rock. 

WHITE, JOHN W„ Jr., Russellville. 

WHYBARK, WILLIS D., 209 Lecta Ave., Ft. Smith. 

WIER, WILLIAM B., Jr., 2300 Schiller Ave., Little Rock. 

WILLIAMSON, GUSTAVUS G., R. F. D. No. 3, Paragould. 

WILSON, GEORGE R., Conway. 

WILSON, ROY, Conway. 

WYERS, GEORGE J.. Linville. 

YOES, ORAN C, 208 N. isth St., Van Buren. 

FORNIA 

ALLENBY, JOHN L., Ukiah. 

ANDERS, JOSEPH E., R. F. D. No. 1, Box 63, Burbank. 
ANDERSON, DAVID McCULLOCH, 30s E. 10th St., Santa Ana. 
ANDERSON, PETER A., 6046 Lawton Ave., Oakland. 
ANDERSON, REX A.. Roseville. 



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ANDERSON, ROBERT G. r 2951 Pine Terrace, Berkeley. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM E., 1740 "B" St., Dan Diego. 

ANDREWS, JOSEPH, 752 Kercklogg Bldg., Los Angeles. 

ANTHONY, STANLEY G., San Diego. 

APPEL, CYRIL, 318 — 26th Ave., San Francisco. 

APPEL, ROBLEY, 318 — 26th Ave., San Francisco. 

ARMOUR, J. STANLEY, 962 Lindavista, Pasadena. 

ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM M., Los Angeles Athletic Club, Los Angeles. 

ATKINS, THOMAS Q., 861 Sutter St., San Francisco. 

ATKINSON, WALTER V., 3833 Telegraph Ave., Oakland. 

ATWOOD, OWEN E., Upland. 

AYERS, ALDEN F., 1237 Topeka St., Pasadena. 

BACHELDER, M. H., E. 16th St. & 3rd Ave., Oakland. 

BADDER, AUGUST J., 826 Alvarado St., San Francisco. 

BAILEY, ARCHIE GLOVER, 421 Penbegast St., Woodland. 

BAKER, GEORGE ALLEN, Metropolitan, Humboldt Co. 

BAKER, MILO A., 1812 Castro St., Oakland. 

BANTA, ROSCOE M., R. D. No. 59, Stockton. 

BARBER. ALLYN HERSCHEL, 633 Harvard Blvd., Los Angeles. 

BARKLEY, SAMUEL D., Jr., 213)^ Catilina Ave., Redondo Beach. 

BARNARD, LAWRENCE, Ventura. 

BARNES, ERNEST L., 134 — 7th Ave., San Francisco. 

BARNES, LEONARD STANFORD, Central & Orange Sts., Compton. 

BARNHILL, W. A., 718 Title Ins. Bldg., Los Angeles. 

BARRETT, JOHN W., 1902 Broderick St., San Francisco. 

BARTON, CHANDLER P., 715 S. Ardmore Ave., Los Angeles. 

BATES, OTTO B., Calexico. 

BAYLESS. WM. S.. Crocker Bldg., San Francisco. 

BEANS, ELLARD R„ 1260 The Alameda, San Jose. 

BEATTIE, ERNEST B., San Anselmo, Marin Co. 

BEATTIE, WILLIAM ROLLAND, 1635 Clay St., San Francisco. 

BELGRANO, FRANK N., Jr., 1 132— 7th Ave., Oakland. 

BENNETT, JAMES P., San Joaquin Rancho, Fustin. 

BENT, HARRY S., 1941 Hunting Drive, S. Pasadena. 

BERG, HAROLD M., 560 N. Westlake Ave., Los Angeles. 

BERING. FRANK M., 1481 Salem St., Glendale. 

BERNEY, ISRAEL, 1627— 25th Ave., Oakland. 

BERRY, JULIUS T., Hollywood. 

BESSON, FR4NK P., 5940 Claremont Ave., Oakland. 

BEST, IRVIN S., 3981 Clay St., San Francisco. 

BETTS, WARREN F., 1327 Euclid Ave., Santa Monica. 

BIANCHI, A. B., 901 Kohl Bldg., San Francisco. 

BIDDLE, J. H., 845 Camino Del Mar, San Francisco. 

BILGER, CARL HENRY, Stanford University. 

BIRD, RICHARD F., 451 W. 35th St., Los Angeles. 

BISSINGER, JOHN W., 2199 Jackson St., San Francisco. 

BLACK, ALEX G., 1732 Lelema Ave., Berkeley. 

BLACK, JAMES H., 355 N. Euclid Ave., Pasadena. 

BLACKIE, EDWIN E., P. O. Box No. 404. Lincoln. 

BLAISDELL, ALLEN CARRIER, Box No. 308, Claremont. 

BLANCHARD, ALFRED L., 887 E. 40th St., Los Angeles. 

BOCKMAN, CLAYTON E., 1257 W. 45th St., Los Angeles. 

BOLIN, LELAND J„ 1421 S. Westmoreland Ave., Los Angeles. 

BOOTH, JAMES M„ Littlerock. 



BORLAND, W. O., 105 Montgomery St., San Francisco. 

BOSWORTH, CHARLES L., 17 Bonita Ave., Piedmont. 

BOUTON, EDWARD, Jr., 1315 Bond St., Los Angeles. 

BOWEN, SAMUEL REDMAN, 185 S. Normandie Ave., Los Angeles. 

BOWER, CLYDE E., East "D" St., Ontario. 

BOWLES, GEORGE McNEAR, American Nat'l. Bank, San Francisco. 

BRADDOCK, C. E., 2628 Dimond St., San Francisco. 

BRAINERD, BLAINE D., 2905 E. 16th St., Oakland. 

BRAINERD, EDWARD R., Jr., Alexandria Hotel, Los Angeles. 

BRAZILL, JAMES F.. 814 "O" St., Fresno. 

BREON, CHESTER H., R. F. D. No. 1, Brawley, Imperial Co. 

BREYMANK. EUGENE A., 691 Post St., San Francisco. 

BRINEY, PERRY G., 409 E. 5th St., Santa Ana. 

BROCKMAN, CLAYTON E., 1204 Obispo Ave., Long Beach. 

BROOKMAN, DOUGLAS, Bohemian Club, San Francisco. 

BROOKS, PHILIP WHITNEY, Hotel Balboa. Los Angeles. 

BROWN, BENJAMIN F., 2123 Durant Ave., Berkeley. 

BROWN, CARL CRESTUS, 1209 West Ave., Eureka. 

BROWN, F. W., 2208 Dwight Way, Berkeley. 

BROWN, ROBERT T., 708 — 8th Ave., San Francisco. 

BROWNE, EDWIN C, 1919 Bancroft Way, Berkeley. 

BRUCE, JOHN ROBERT, 5421 Dover St., Oakland. 

BUCHANAN, ROBERT C, 2285 W. 29th Place, Los Angeles. 

BUCKINGHAM, WINTHROP. 32S Bellefontaine St., Pasadena. 

BULLEN, PETER F.. 1867 W. 21st St., Los Angeles. 

BURGESS, CHARLES A., 521 Hill St., San Francisco. 

BURGESS, MALCOLM S., 366 Jayne St., Oakland. 

BURPEE, W. J., 2317 Virginia St., Berkeley. 

BUTLER, ALEXANDER S., Penryn. 

BUTLER. VICTOR W., Carnegie Apts., San Diego. 

CALDWELL. KENNETH D., 325 W. Lake Ave., Los Angeles. 

CANELO, CLARENCE K., 150 Redd St., San Jose. 

CARD, JOHN L.. 764 Channing Ave., Palo Alto. 

CAREY, FRANCIS K., 21 16 Thompson St., Los Angeles. 

CARNAHAN, T. L.. 227 State St., Pasadena. 

CARRUTH, WILLIAM E., 4202 Hilldale Ave., Los Angeles. 

CASS, PHILIP, 1642 Reid St., Los Angeles. 

CASTLE, BEVERLY B., Manteca. 

CASTLE, CLARENCE V., University Farm, Davis. 

CAUGHEY, EDGAR R., 2045 Bush St., Ukiah. 

CHAMBERLAIN, HENRY, 1304 Hay Ave., Hollywood. 

CHANDLER, GEORGE G., 1666 St. Andrews Place, Hollywood. 

CHAPMAN, LAUREN B., 1408 Henry St., Berkeley. 

CHARNOCK, DONALD A., 222 W. Beech St., San Diego. 

CHEIM, ARTHUR, Marysville. 

CHITTENDEN, MILES C, 3420— 7th Ave., Los Angeles. 

CLARK, LESTER L., Box No. 494, Stockton. 

CLARKE, REED M., 321 W. Flora St., Stockton. 

CLAUSSEN, THOMAS H., 287 Santa Rosa Ave., Sansalito. 

CLOW, WILLIAM T., 2218 McGee Ave., Berkeley. 

COFFEEN, JOHN M., 100 N. Mentor Ave., Pasadena. 

COLE, BERT GEORGE, San Francisco. 

COLE, CHARLES A., 620 Crimea St., Ventura. 

COLE, W. RUSSELL, Kohl Bldg., San Francisco. 



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COLLINS, CHESTER P., Voltaire, Los Angeles Co. 

COMPTON, EDWARD L., 1929 W. 41st St., Los Angeles. 

CONAT, REXFORD HITCHINGS, 467 Chitwood St., Oakland. 

CONWAY, DANIEL F., 2303— 17th St., Bakersfield. 

COOK, JOHN A., Hotel St. Mark, Oakland. 

COOK, NICOL, R. F. D. No. 2, Fillmore. 

COOK, WILLIAM T. M., Chino. 

COOKE, EDWIN D„ 172s El Cerrito Place, Los Angeles. 

COOPER, HARRY F., 11 24 W. 29th St., Los Angeles. 

COOPER, NELSON B., 3300— 4th St., San Diego. 

COOR-PENDER, HOWARD, 5124 Cimarron St., Los Angeles. 

CORNELL, ARTHUR C. 5927 S. Figuera St., Los Angeles. 

CORNELL, EZRA B., 18 Culloden Park, San Rafael. 

CORNELL, MEAD, 3736 Rose Court, San Diego. 

CORY, MARTIN L., 1028 "8" St., Fresno. 

COSGRIFF, RICHARD JOHN, Escalon. 

COWIN, ALDEN L-, 2933 Delaware St., Oakland. 

CRAIG, ARTHUR G., 23s N. Rosanna St., Gilroy. 

CRELLIN, LLOYD E., 1836 Alice St., Oakland. 

CROOP, CYRUS WILLIAM, Merced. 

CROW, CHARLES T., 2812 "K" St., Sacramento. 

CUFFE, THOMAS E., 216 Center St., San Rafael. 

CUMBERLAND, ROGER C, La Vina. 

CURTIS, JOHN H., Anaheim. 

DAINS, IVORES L., 411 E. Bradford St., Redwood City. 

DAMMERS, DIRK J., c/o J. J. Verhoeff, Aptos. 

DARCH, NORMAN ALBERT, 2730 Webster St., Berkeley. 

DAVIDSON, HAROLD E., 100 West Grand Ave., Alhambra. 

DAVIDSON, ROY FRANKLIN, 202 Fresno Ave., Fresno. 

DAVIS, CYRUS W., 345 Atlantic Ave., Long Beach. 

DAVIS, ERWIN A., La Habra. 

DAWLEY, HOMER CARROLL. R. F. D., Santa Paula. 

DAYTON, LEE A., 608 S. Main St., Salinas. 

DAZE, WILLIAM JAMES, 140 S. Griffin Ave., Los Angeles. 

de FOREST, LOCKWOOD, Jr., 1815 Laguna St., Santa Barbara. 

DeGRASSE, ROBERT S., Hollywood. 

De LISLE, LEON A., San Raphael, Marin Co. 

DENNIS, CHESTER IRAL, c/o Cal. Sea Products Co., Moss Landing. 

DENNISON, FRANK E., Jr., 1021 Serrano Ave., Los Angeles. 

DENNISON, TONNES, 734— 9th St., Oakland. 

DENT, LESLIE F., Los Molinos, Tehama Co. 

DEPUTY, JOSEPH W., 1251 Main St., Riverside. 

DEURISOTE, ADOLFO GEORGE, 512 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco. 

DEVOL, LEE T., 1420 Palisade Beach, Santa Monica. 

DINKELSPIEL, LAWRENCE M., 24S Poplar Ave., San Mateo. 

DOAN, LATIMER E., 137 E. Hazelton Ave., Stockton. 

DODD, MARION H., 2986 W. 12th St., Los Angeles. 

DOLAN, BERTRAM M., 446— 42d St., Oakland. 

DON, ROBERT, Jr., 2259 Fulton St., San Francisco. 

DONAGHOE, ROBERT J., 1618 Arlington Ave., Los Angeles. 

DONALDSON, MELVIN S., 1501 Rollins St., South Pasadena. 

DOSTER, JOHN, R. No. 1, Box No. 459, Pasadena. 

DOTY, ALDEN, 2228 Hyde St., San Francisco. 

DOWNING, ROBERT WHITAKER, 1319 Que St., Fresno. 



DUNDAS, ROBERT H., 623— 19th St., Sacremento. 

DUNN, CHARLES HARRIS, 2929— 15th St., San Diego. 

DURIE, ARTHUR EDWIN, 360 Fremont St., San Francisco. 

DWIGGINS, JAY, Jr., 2715 Le Conte Ave., Berkeley. 

DYER, BRYAN R., 1423 Spruce St., Berkeley. 

EARLE, SMITH WELLINGTON, Williams. 

EARLY, JOSEPH W., 253 Kentucky St., Petaluma. 

EATON, JAMES H., 5229 Clearmont Ave., Oakland. 

EATON, WILLIAM H., Jr., 243 W. Adams St., Los Angeles. 

EAVES, WILLIAM Y., 509 So. St. Andrews Place, Los Angeles. 

EBY, LOUIS R., R. F. D. No. 2, Box No. 666, Sacramento. 

EDMON, C. H., Kingsburg. 

EDWARD, VERNON T., 2536 Etna St., Berkeley. 

EDWARDS, CHARLES STOCKTON, 1032 W. 39th St. Place, Los 

Angeles. 
EDWARDS, JOHN S., Santa Barbara. 
EDWARDS, LAWRENCE, 815 Magnolia St., Stockton. 
EGILBERT, NORMAN A., 408 Hudson St., Oakland. 
EHRMAN, JOSEPH, Jr., St. Francis Hotel, San Francisco. 
ELLINGTON, WILLIAM T., Savoy Hotel, Los Angeles. 
ELWOOD, ERNEST A., Ukiah, Mendocino Co. 
EMBREE, HARLAND C, 175 N. Merideth Ave., Pasadena. 
EMERY, FRANK S., 3629 Utah St., San Diego. 
ENGLISH, JOHN, 1470 Orange Grove, Riverside. 
ERWIN, ELDER E., 399 S. 12th St., San Jose. 
ESTES, ROLAND FRANCIS, 3260 Briggs Ave., Alameda. 
EUSTICE, ELLSWORTH E.. Gilroy. 
FARLEY, JOHN J., Scotia, Humboldt Co. 
FARROW, EDWIN D., 102 W. Oak St., Visalia. 
FAY, FRANKLIN C, 1729 "G" St., Sacramento. 
FAYE, LINDSAY A., 3122 Claremont Ave., Berkeley. 
FERGUSON, WARREN E., 1556 Heyworth Ave., Los Angeles. 
FERNSWORTH, L. A., Newspapermen's Club, San Francisco. 
FERRIS, WALLACE F., 204 E. Ivy St., San Diego. 
FITE, ALEXANDER G., Alamitos Ave., Long Beach. 
FITZGERALD, JOHN P., Golden Eagle Hotel, Sacramento. 
FITZGERALD, LEONARD W., 427 Monterey St., Vallelo. 
FITZGERALD, MILES A., 794 Buchon St., San Luis Obispo. 
FLETCHER, HAROLD OMAN, 136 N. Bonnie Ave., Pasadena. 
FLOOD, HENRY LAWRENCE, 2440 Jackson St., San Francisco. 
FORD, THOMAS J., 303 E. San Ferabdo St., San Jose. 
FORD, W. H., 843 E. Ocean Ave., Long Beach. 
FOSTER, CLIFFORD R., 871 Mission St., San Francisco. 
FREDENDALL, EARL, 188 W. 2d St., Pomona. 
FREEMAN, LEROY HOMER, 1545 N. Western Ave., Los Angeles. 
FRENCH, THOMAS H., 49 Geary St., Room 244, San Francisco. 
FREYSCHLAG, HERMAN EDWIN, Route A, Box No. 186, Los 

Gatos. 
FRIESELL, FRANK M., 2624 Green St.. San Francisco. 
FROST. CYRIL C, Route C. Box 191, San Jose. 
FULLER. ERNEST L., Ontario. 
FUNKE, H. W., 1015 — 29th St., Sacramento. 
GABRIEL. A. C, 1276 Jackson St.. San Francisco. 
GAINES, EARL J., 2716 Clement Ave., Alameda. 



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GASTIL, WALTER GROSSMAN, 219— 22d St., San Diego. 

GEORGE, NOEL FERRIN, 1102 W. 30th St., Los Angeles. 

GERARD, ROY H., Bradley Addition, Merced. 

GETSCHINE, CONSTANT A., 272 Main St.. Pasadena. 

GIBSON, CHARLES F., 2629 Pierce St., San Francisco. 

GILFILLAN, SENNETT WILLIAM, 43 V?. Moveland PI., Los 
Angeles. 

GILLETT, CHARLES E., Holtville. 

GILROY, U. B., Marysville. 

GLASS, ALTON E., Box 383, Martinez. 

GLEASON, CLYDE E., 1240— nth St., San Diego. 

GLIDDEN, HOMER W., 1222 Beechwood Drive, Los Angeles. 

GODARD, DEWEY G., 439 Elm Ave., Long Beach. 

GODDARD, HOMER LEHR, 2020 N. Commonwealth Ave., Los An- 
geles. 

GOODIER, JACK, 2901 Broderick St., San Francisco. 

GOSSARD, RALPH D., Upper Mattole, Humboldt Co. 

GOWER, JOHN T., 1400 Gower St., Los Angeles. 

GRAHAM, WILLIAM A., 1200 E. Main St., Alhambra. 

GRAVEN, AXEL BERG, 1828 Delaware St., Berkeley. 

GRAVES, G. W., 1 147 N. Mentor Ave., Pasadena. 

GRAVES, MELVIN L., 121 N. Rugby St., Huntington Park. 

GREGG. JOHN D., R. D. No. 2, Whittier. 

GREGORY, H. A., Concord. 

GRIFFITH, GEORGE P., Jr., 2801 Orchard Ave., Los Angeles. 

GRING, P. B., 22 Valerio St., Santa Barbara. 

GRING, RUDOLPH BRAINERD, 22 Valerio St., Santa Barbara. 

GUILFORD, FRANK J., 1611 Castro St., Oakland. 

GUNDELFINGER, EDWARD R., Bk. & Tr. Co. of Central Cal.. 
Fresno. 

GURLEY, JOHN A., La Habra. 

GUY, BERNARD A., 2515 Hillegass Ave., Berkeley. 

HAAS, WALTER A., 200 Davis St., San Francisco. 

HAILS, RAYMOND R., 206 N. St. Andrews Place, Los Angeles. 

HALL, J. D., Union Litho. Co., Los Angeles. 

HALLOCK, LAWRENCE G., 1842 W. 2d St., Los Angeles. 

HAM. KENNETH MACKENZIE, Jr.. 438 Citizens National Bank 
Bldg., Los Angeles. 

HANSEN, CHESTER 0., 2147 Stillman St., Salinas. 

HARDISON, ERNEST D., Santa Paula. 

HARDISON, WARREN E., Santa Paula. 

HARFIELD, G. J., 6052 Rock Ridge Blvd., Oakland. 

HARLOWE, HENRY W., 2412 S. Atherton St., Berkeley. 

HARN, JOHN I., Upland. 

HARTER, ORLIN C, Yuba City. 

HARTSOCK, JOHN D., 1057 Fulton St., Palo Alto. 

HASSHEISER, JOHN H., 307 W. 28th St.. Los Angeles. 

HASELTINE, LAWRENCE E.. Fillmore. 

HAUCK, EDWARD W., Fullerton. 

HAWKINS, DOUGLAS FOUNTAIN, 960 E. 56th St., Los Angeles. 

HAWLEY, RAY, 2001 Filbert St., Oakland. 

HAYNOR, JOHN P., 1574 E. 3d St., Long Beach. 

HEACOCK, CECIL B., 220 Golden Gate Ave., San Francisco. 

HELINE, HENRY H.. 2331 Russell St., Berkeley. 



HENDERSON, CHARLES E., 301— 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg., Oakland. 

HENDERSON, DONALD WILLIAM, 125 Moss Ave., Oakland. 

HENLE, EDWARD F., Woodland. 

HENLINE, HENRY H., 2331 Russell St., Berkeley. 

HERTEL, ELMER J., 940— 16th St., National City. 

HESS, ROSCOE R., 703 S. Pasadena Ave., Pasadena. 

HICKEY, A. S., Jr., 2324 S. Hope St., Los Angeles. 

HICKEY, THOMAS E., 800 Grand Ave. S., San Francisco. 

HICKS, JOSEPH W., 2101 Arlington Ave., Los Angeles. 

HIESTAND, HERBERT H., 2640 Dwight Way, Berkeley. 

HILL, THOMAS LEMUEL. 720 Minter St., Santa Ana. 

HOCKOX, JOSEPH 0., Escondido. 

HOLDEN, HAROLD E., 1600 Fairfax Ave., San Francisco. 

HOLLAND, ARTHUR C, Long Beach. 

HOLLA WAY, CLAYTON E., 1127 E. Ocean Ave., Long Beach. 

HOLME, HARRY A., Imperial. 

HOLMES, MAX C, 1019 N. Main St., Santa Ana. 

HOLMES, WEBSTER B„ 626 S. Spring St., Los Angeles. 

HOOD, JOHN HIRAM, 1727 Lyndon St. S., Pasadena. 

HORNBY, RAYMOND, 724 Cedar Ave., Redlands. 

HORRELL, STEPHEN B., 369 E. Cal. St., Pasadena. 

HORTON, H. M„ Arcadia. 

HOUGHTON, ALBIN J., Jr., 320 Brooks Ave., San Diego. 

HOW, HARRY CECIL, 2130 Vista Delmar Ave., Hollywood, Los 

Angeles. 
HOWE, JOHN D., 18 Euclid St., Upland. 
HUBBARD, ADOLPH H., 642 S. 7th St., San Jose. 
HUEY, ERNEST W., c/o C. P. Evans, National City. 
HUGHES, CHARLES P., 369 S. 9th St., San Jose. 
HUGHES, EVAN J., 604 Capitol Nat'l Bank Bldg., Sacramento. 
HUGHES, WILLIAM H., 4123 Howe St., Oakland. 
HUGHES, WILLIAM THOMAS, c/o A. B. Hughes, Kelseyville, Lake 

Co. 
HUMPHREYS, CHARLES J., 3214 Baldwin St., Los Angeles. 
HUNSAKER, JACK T., 324 S. Westlake Ave., Los Angeles. 
HUNT, PAUL BLAKE, Fellows. 
HUNTER, HUGH A., c/o Caswell Ranch, Neenach. 
HURRLE, CHARLES G., 1001 Pine St., San Francisco. 
HUTTON, WILLIAM H., 52— 6th St., San Francisco. 
IMLAH, H. E., 228 W. 61st St., Los Angeles. 
INGRAM, STUART H., 209 Pacific Bldg., San Francisco. 
INGRAM, WILLARD R., Pasadena University, Pasadena. 
INMAN, J. M., 700 — 30th St., Sacramento. 
INNES, CALDER, 1025 Filbert St., Oakland. 
ISELIN, ALBIN A., Banning. 

JACKSON, HOWARD W„ 2720 "O" St., Sacramento. 
JACOBSON, RALPH N., 511- nth Ave., San Francisco. 
JACOMINI, ALFRED WALTER, 1156 Steuben St., Pasadena. 
JEFFEREYS, JAMES G., 1520 Union St., San Francisco. 
JOERG, BURDETTE, 504 Federal Bldg., Los Angeles. 
JOHNSON, LEONIDUS F., Box 21 A, Lathrop. 
JOHNSON, SIDNEY P., 1023 Main St.. Red Bluff. 
JONES, CLIFFORD J., Fullerton. 
JONES, DONALD L., 903 Mill St., Porterville. 



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JONES, RALPH E., 3So S. 8th St., San Jose. 

JORDAN, JOHN J., 3" N. Seaside Blvd., Long Beach. 

JOUBERT, LOUIS JULES, Camptonville. 

JUERGENSON, ELMER C, 713— 7th St., Sacramento. 

KAHAN, HARRY, 455 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles. 

KALOUSDIAN, J. V., Seville. 

KEITH, HERBERT C. D., 249 Pine St., San Francisco. 

KENEALY, JAMES N., 836 W. 59th St., Los Angeles. 

KERR, JOSEPH D., Redlands. 

KEYES, ROBERT L., Claremont. 

KING, VERNON L„ R. R. No. 1, Petaluma. 

KNOWELS, ALFRED B., 2270 Howard St., San Francisco. 

KNUDSEN, OTTO C, Yucaipa. 

KNUDSTON, ROBERT, Kingsbury, Fresno Co. 

KOEHLER, BENJAMIN A., 1318 Maryland St., Los Angeles. 

LACHENBACH, A. C, 419— isth Ave., San Francisco. 

LACQUE, BRUNNELL A., Hollister. 

LACY, JASPER H., Jr., Badger. 

LANDRUM, JOHN S., 42s E. Hazelton Ave., Stockton. 

LANDRUM, WILLIAM K., 42s E. Hazelton Ave., Stockton. 

LANZITT, MORTIMER H., 13 12 W. Lake Ave., Los Angeles. 

LAVAGINO, GERALD A., 593 E. Calif. St., Pasadena. 

LAWRENCE, ROBERT S., 915 Arcadia St., Los Angeles. 

LAWRENCE, SIDNEY SMITH, 7 Front St., San Francisco. 

LAWRENCE, WALTER, R. No. 2, Box No. 37, Petaluma. 

LA WRY, GLOVER C, 1056 Magnolia Ave., Long Beach. 

LEE, C. FRANK, 2032 Sixth Ave., Los Angeles. 

LEEPER, ROBERT F., 1296 Valencia St., San Francisco. 

LEMMON, GLEN R., 1407 N. Catalina Ave., Pasadena. 

LEONARD, LEON J., 2801 Manitou Ave., Los Angeles. 

LEWERENZ, ALFRED S., 1535 East 1st St., Long Beach. 

LEWIS, AZRO NATHANIEL, 1635 Central Ave., Alameda. 

LEWIS, LEANDROW N., Jr., 655 Ashbury St., San Francisco. 

LEWIS, SUMNER G., 91s Orange St., Los Angeles. 

LILLARD, HAROLD J., R. R. B., Box No. 144, Gilroy. 

LINCOLN, GEORGE H., Hermitage Club, Sacramento. 

LIND, HILDING ALFRED, Box No. 22, Arboga. 

LINDBERY, JOHN A., 46s Pacifice St., San Luis Obispo. 

LINN, ALBERT HOWARD, R. F. D. No. 188, San Leandro. 

LINN, ROY A., 23s Title Ins. Bldg., Los Angeles. 

LIVINGSTON, STANTON K.. 821 Bryant St., Palo Alto. 

LOAN, LEONARD F., 733 Whittier St., Los Angeles. 

LOCKE, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, 1910 Washington PI., Los Angeles. 

LOGAN, KENNETH N., 1644 Taylor St., San Francisco. 

LOOMIS, SAMUEL M., 1411 Lewis St., Santa Clara. 

LOWREY LAURENCE T., 1083 W. 3Sth St., Los Angeles. 

LOYND, GEORGE V., 353 W. 52d St., Los Angeles. 

LYON, C. P., Nadine Apts., Ocean Park. 

MCALLISTER IVAN L., c/o J. A. McAllister, Petaluma. 

McBRIDE, C. C, Sanger. 

McCALLUM, ROY D., 571— Sth St., Richmond. 

McCAY, CHARLES A., 439 Sunset Ave., Coalinga. 

McCLELLAN, NEIL D., 2003 Santa Monica Blvd., Sawtelle. 

McCOLLOM, NORMAN HAROLD, 1342 Bonita Ave., Berkeley. 



McCOLLUM, CHARLES A., 36 John St., Salinas. 
McELROY, WALTER M., 243 Dolores St., San Francisco. 
McFADDEN, S. H., Gonzales. 
McGEE, BENNINGTON R., Lodi. 

McKELVEY, LELAND B., 1821 W. sth St., Los Angeles. 
McNAMARA, JOHN J., 251 Pierce St., San Francisco. 
McRAE, CONNEL C, 2243 Virginia St., Berkeley. 
McWILLIMS, JOHN, Jr., 1207 S. Pasadena Ave., Pasadena. 
MacINTYRE, C. F., 1267 E. Adams St., Los Angeles. 
MACK, CHARLES P., 1627^ S. Flower St.. Los Angeles. 
MADDEN, A. E., 710 — 9th St., Coronado. 
MADDEN, ARTHUR L., 912 Stanyan St., San Francisco. 
MADDOCK, WILLIAM, 2823 San Marino St., Los Angeles. 
MAILLARD, JOHN W., 230 Calif. St., San Francisco. 
MAILLARD, ADOLPH PAGE, 230 Calif. St., San Francisco. 
MANN, ROBERT H., 35 W. Orange Ave., Monrovia. 
MAPLE, GURNEY D., 549 E. Hadley St., Whittier. 
MARCHAMP, FAY C, 123 E. 2d St., San Dimas. 
MARKHORN, ARTHUR GORDAN, 513— 28th St., Oakland. 
MARTIN, SAMUEL B., 117 Bellefontaine St., Pasadena. 
MARTINS, VICTOR L., 732 Perris St., San Bernardino. 
MASON, HOWARD F., 224 Laurence St., Eagle Rock. 
MASON, W. W., 1089 Clarenden Crescent, Oakland. 
MATEI, ALBERT C, Los Olivos, Santa Barbara Co. 
MATHEWS, JOHN H., 757 S. New Hampshire St., Los Angeles. 
MATTHEWS, HENRY D., Luba Apts., San Jose. 
MATTHEWS, NELLIS C, 121 1}^— 23d St., Sacramento. 
MAURICE, GUY E., 901— 5th St., Los Angeles. 
MAXEY, ROY D.. Oakdale. 
MEEK, BERT B., 411 Robinson St., Oroville. 
MENZIES, JOHN W., 1010 Broadway, San Diego. 
MERRIAN, RALPH T., 65 N. Madison Ave., Pasadena. 
MERRIMAN, FRANK R., 16 California St., San Francisco. 
MESERVEY, CHARLES A., Nevada City. 
MEYER, LUTHER, 215 Delmas Ave., San Jose. 
MILLER, HALLOTT P., 4420 Gramercy PI., Los Angeles. 
MILLER, HARRY V., Morgan Hill. 
MILLER, JOHN REGAN, 3006 Grove St., Berkeley. 
MILLER, L. B., 1408 Arch St., Berkeley. 
MILLER, LLOYD O., 170 N. Beaudry Ave.. Los Angeles. 
MILLSAP, ROBERT E., 929 W. 49th St., Los Angeles. 
MOMSON, CHRIS M., 154 Glenn Ave., Fresno. 
MONLUX, CLAUDE E., 2419 Durant Ave., Berkeley. 
MONAHAN, HUGH A., 2329 College Ave., Berkeley. 
MONROE, MILTON W., 3855 San Rafael Ave., Los Angeles. 
MONTAGU. G. R., 721 S. Hope St., Los Angeles. 
MONTGOMERY, MUNRO, 2091 W. Adams St., Los Angeles. 
MOORE, CLAUDE I., 801 N. Hollenbeck St., Los Angeles. 
MOORE, H. W., 316 East "H" St., Ontario. 
MORA, JOSEPH J., Post & Taylor Sts., San Francisco. 
MORERO, JOSEPH E., 577— I7th St., San Pedro. 
MORRILL, CLYDE E., 1336 Citrus Ave., Hollywood. 
MORRILL. HYDE H., 1336 Citrus Ave., Hollywood. 
MORRISON. CHRIS M., Fresno. 



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MORRISON, WILBUR D., Beaumont. 

MORTENSEN, J., 1308 Steiner St., San Francisco. 

MOSHER, EZRA D., R. F. D. No. 2, Ontario. 

MOSS, REX N., 6605 FranVlin Ave., Hollywood. 

MULL, NATHAN H., Bakersfield. 

MURDY, JOHN A., Jr., Huntington Beach. 

MURPHY, DEWITT M., 305 Oakland Ave., Pasadena. 

MURPHY, FRANK T., Alhambra. 

NATHANSON, ABRAHAM B., 226 E. 7th St., Los Angeles. 

NEBLETT, LESTER LAZELL, 1812 Essex St., Los Angeles. 

NEF. KENNETH DUNLAP, SIS San Fernando St., Point Loma. 

NEWGARD, PETER M., 843 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco. 

NEWHOUSE, GEORGE B., in W. 5th St., Long Beach. 

NEWPORT, WALTER R., 458 Jean St., Oakland. 

NEWTON, HENRY CARLETON, 409 W. 56th St., Los Angeles. 

NICHOLSON, MORRIS E., 513 San Julian St., Los Angeles. 

NICKEL, GEORGE WILMARTH, 1314 March Exc. Bldg., San Fran- 
cisco. 

NIELSEN, ROY J., 1643 Pardee St., Berkeley. 

NIGH, CLAUDE H., 2349 W. 22d St., Los Angeles. 

NORTON. ALBERT MOSES, 511 S. Western Ave., Los Angeles. 

NORTON, WARREN D., 2215 Grant St., Berkeley. 

NUNN, CHARLES T„ 155— 2d St., San Francisco. 

O'CONNELL, GEOFFREY C, 1949 W. 20th St., Los Angeles. 

O'HARA, CHARLES EMMET, Oakley. 

O'NEILL, BAULL M., 474 Ashtabula St., Pasadena. 

O'NEILL, EDWARD A., 160 Mission St., Santa Cruz. 

OLIVER, OSCAR L., 210 Minnesota Ave., San Jose. 

ORCUTT, CHARLES E.. 2316 "E" St., San Diego. 

OSBORN, WINFIELD S., 3066 Madison Ave., San Diego. 

OSBORNE, CLARENCE C, R. R. No. 1, Box 67A, Chula Vista. 

OWEN, SHIRLEY W., 34S N. El Malino Ave., Pasadena. 

OWENS, DAVID RICHARD, 56 Bernal Ave., San Francisco. 

OWYANG, EARL C, 127A West Market St., Stockton. 

PADDOCK, CHARLES WILLIAM, 746 S. Madison Ave.. Pasadena. 

PARTRIDGE, CHARLES P., 300 Bayswater Ave., Burlingame. 

PARTRIDGE, DONALD C, 2413 Milvia St., Berkeley. 

PATRICK, MAJOR K., R. F. D. No. 2, Box No. S3, Escondido. 

PATTERSON, EARL SHELDON, 830 H. W. Hellman Bldg., Los An- 
geles. 

PATTERSON, HARRY E., Brawley. 

PATTON, R. D.. 1415 Nipsomo St., San Luis Obispo. 

PAUL, LESLIE, 1602 San Antonio Ave., Alameda. 

PAVVITE, ARTHUR H., 3525 Siskiyou St., Los Angeles. 

PEARCE, SOLON, 1300 — 9th St., Sacramento. 

PEARSON, JOHN W., St. Marks Hotel, Oakland. 

PEET, HARRY E., 2609 Ellsworth St., Berkeley. 

PEHL, ARTHUR H., 307— 1st Ave., Upland. 

PERKINS, KENNETH T., 2741 Durant Ave., Berkeley. 

PERRY. HOWELL DOWNING, 2624— 19th Ave., Oakland. 

PERRY, THOMAS F., Jr., Newcastle. 

FERRYMAN, GLENN, P. O. Box No. 101, Tracy. 

PETERDING, CHARLES W.. R. No. 3, Box No. 241, Sacramento. 

PETERS, RALPH, 2514 Pine St., San Francisco. 



PETTIS, KENNETH BRADFORD, 642 Eldorado Ave., Oakland. 

PHILLEO, MAURICE G., 616— 12th St., Modesto. 

PHILIPPI, J. F.. 112 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles. 

PHILLIPS, HENRY P., 459 Bellefontaine St., Pasadena. 

PHILLIPS, PAUL J.. 1918 S. Burlington Ave., Los Angeles. 

PHILLIPPS, WILLIAM, Redondo Beach, Los Angeles. 

PIERZYNSKI, CACIMIR S., 72s Rhode Island St., San Francisco. 

PIGGOTT, JOHN THOMAS. 2175— 4 th Ave., Sacramento. 

PINNEY, WARREN B., 1618 W. 46th St., Los Angeles. 

PISCHEL, HAROLD D., 1817 Calif. St., San Francisco. 

PLANTE, JOSEPH WALTER, 919 N. Boulevard, Los Angeles. 

PLUMB, PRESTON B.. 2041 Ashbourne Drive, S. Pasadena. 

POHLMANN, SALEM CAMILLO, 1004 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa. 

POOL, HARRY F., Mill Valley, Marin Co. 

PORTER, CLARKE D., 2249 College Ave., Berkeley. 

PORTER, KENNETH C, SSI Walsworth Ave., Oakland. 

POTTER, CHARLES HENRY, 132 Wadsworth Ave., Ocean Park. 

POWELL, RUSSELL B., Highland. 

POWERS, JAY E., 3430 Walton Ave., Los Angeles. 

POWERS, LAURENCE C, 4504 Wilton Place, Los Angeles. 

PRICE, HOWARD C, 2804 Woolsey St., Berkeley. 

PRICE, PHILIP J., Alpine, San Diego Co. 

PRICE, SEWARD F., Gen. Del., San Francisco. 

PRINCE, GEORGE WASHINGTON, 987 Westmoreland Ave., Los 

Angeles. 
PRINCE, HENRY FERRIS, 843H S. Barendo St., Los Angeles. 
PROTHERO, ADRIAN V., 378 Golden Gate Ave., San Francisco. 
PRUETT, ROBERT L., Randsburg. 
PURMAN, THOMAS HARVEY TRUSSLEY, South Lake Ave., Los 

Angeles. 
PURPUS, EDWARD CHARLES, 2025 D. E. 2d St., Los Angeles. 
QUINN, JAMES J., 911 "O" St., Sacramento. 
QUINT1N, DAVID SCOTT, 265s N. Griffin St., Los Angeles. 
RABB, JOHN H., Jr., R. F. D. No. 2, Box No. 25. Anaheim. 
RADCLIFFE. THOS. D., Stanford Univ., Cal., P. O. Box 1211. 
RAINES, HERBERT, 228 Bernardo Ave., Mountain View. 
RAMER, GEORGE WORTHINGTON, Davis Creek. 
RAMSEY, JAMES A., 2123 Kittredge St., Berkeley. 
RATHBUN, EDWARD EARL, 3412— 30th St., San Diego. 
REED, FRED 0., Ventura. 
REID, EDWARD C, Davis. 

REIS, GUSTAV C, 156 Santa Clara Ave., Oakland. 
RHODES, FREDERICK, Box No. 232, Monterey. 
RICE. HAROLD E., 618 Valla Vista Ave., Oakland. 
RILEY, CHARLES L., 1171 N. Ophir St., Stockton. 
RILEY, ELMER S., 128 S. 16th St., Sawtelle. 
RING, WILLIAM C, Jr., Madera. 
RIVERS, HENRY S., 417 Andrews Blvd., Los Angeles. 
ROBERTSON, JACK, 180s Virginia St., Berkeley. 
ROBINSON, CONSTANT H., 836— 36th St., Oakland. 
RODOLPH, ROLLIN P., 1835— 28th Ave.. Oakland. 
ROHRER, RALPH GAYLORD, Jr., 2221 Ft. Stockton Rd., San Diego. 
ROHWER, CLAUDE, Dixon, Solano Co. 
ROLLINS, LLOYD L., Oakland. 



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ROPER, F. R., Napa. 

ROSENKRANZ, ELIAS V., 830 H. W. Hellman Bldg.. Los Angeles. 

ROSS, JOHN S. C, Terminal. 

ROSSNER, GEORGE CORNELIUS, 1015 W. 20th St., Los Angeles. 

ROUSE, JACK C., 2129 Cambridge St., Los Angeles. 

ROWLEY. TRUMAN C, 1151 S. Hope St.. Los Angeles. 

RUDOLPH. HOLM L., 400 W. 33d St., Los Angeles. 

RUNGE, LOUIS C. 270 Moline Ave., Long Beach. 

RUTHERFORD, DWIGHT M„ S90 E. "C" St.. Colton. 

SALINGER, ROBERT, 1504 Oakland Ave., Piedmont. 

SAMPEL, JAMES H., 442 Call Bldg., San Francisco. 

SAMPSON, HAROLD WILLIAM, 2250 Western Ave., Los Angeles. 

SANDERSON, LEMUEL D., 1441 Bonita Ave., Berkeley. 

SAPIRO, A. L., 17s Commonwealth Ave., San Francisco. 

SAYLOR, LOUIS D. , 272— 12th Ave., San Francisco. 

SCADDEN, THOMAS A., 1035 Geary St., San Francisco. 

SCHROEDER, GEORGE F., 1278— 10th Ave , San Francisco. 

SCHUNK, H. L., c/o G. E. Co., 724 So. Spring St., Los Angeles. 

SCHURCH, RUDY, R. F. D. No. 4. Bakersfield. 

SEAGROVE, EDWARD F., 80s Portola Ave., Alameda. 

SEAY, FELIX B., 1717 S. Bonnie Bray St., Los Angeles. 

SEBILLE, BRUCE G., Brawley. 

SEITZ, E. B., 1701 "J" St., Sacramento. 

SELAYA, MANUEL J., 17s King St., San Jose. 

SELPH, EWALD E., 91s S. Carondelet St., Los Angeles. 

SENF, HENRY ALLEN, Sacramento. 

SHARP, E. T., 813— 2d St., Needles. 

SHAW, ALBERT D.. Hollister. 

SHEEHY, RANDALL D., 1056 El Camino Real, Redwood City. 

SHERIDAN, ROBERT MONTGOMERY, 1407 Poli St., Ventura. 

SHERMAN, FREDERICK B„ 2165 Jackson St., San Francisco. 

SHIMONOWSKY, BERNARD, Willits. 

SHOEMAKER, WILLIAM B., 911 S. Fairoakes Ave., Pasadena. 

SHUEY, H. S., 121 Second St., San Francisco. 

SIDEMAN, LOUIS, 1721 Golden Gate Ave., San Francisco. 

SILBERSTEIN, ISAAC, 425— 2d Ave., San Francisco. 

SIMERAL, HOWARD L., 999 N. Los Robles Ave , Pasadena. 

SIMONDS, EARL E., 457 S. Madison Ave., Pasadena. 

SLATORE, LEE R., Route B., Box No. 370, San Jos6. 

SLYFIELD, EMERSON U., 4400 Victoria Park Drive, Los Angeles. 

SMITH, FRED A., 726 Bush St., San Francisco. 

SMITH, PAUL STARK, R. F. D. No. 4, Stockton. 

SMITH, WESLEY D., San Anselmo, Marin Co. 

SORENSEN, ROBERT S., P. O. Box No. 603, Fresno. 

SPATZ, HARRY HAUGH, 615— nth St., Sacramento. 

SPEDDEN, PERCY M., 1767 Page St.. San Francisco. 

SPRUNG. STANLEY W., 430 N. 3rd St., San Jose. 

SQUIRE, FRANK C, Claremont. 

STAMMER, WALTER H., 341 N. 5th St., San Jose. 

STANTON, FOREST Q., 448 Andrews Blvd., Los Angeles. 

STARKEWEATHER, W. J., 551 S. Harvard Blvd.. Los Angeles. 

STARKEY, CHARLES W., 317 S. Washington Ave., Whittier. 

STARRETT, ROBERT O., National Hotel, Nevada City. 

STEENDAHL, EARL L., 257 S. Norton Ave., Los Angeles. 



STEEVER, CARL W.. 1360 John St., San Francisco. 
STEIDLE, CLARENCE E., 1506 W. 49th St., Los Angeles. 
STEINBERGER, ARTHUR A., 3386 Washington St., San Francisco. 
STEPHENSON, DONALD R., 3202 Homer St., St. Loma Portal, San 

Diego. 
STEPHENSON, DWIGHT W., 223 N. Central Ave., Tropico. 
STERZ, WALTER E., 1923 Bonsallo Ave., Los Angeles. 
STEWART, EMMET, Box 553, Taft. 

STEWART, LESTER FREDERICK, 404S Illinois St., San Diego. 
STILES, HARRY WILLIAM, 842 E. Weber St., Stockton. 
STILLSON, GEORGE D., Sacramento. 
STOCKLMIER, ALFONSO J., Cupertino. 
STOLZ. PETER J., 114 Abbott St., Salinas. 
STRONG, ANDREW MICHAEL, 1979 Grace Ave., Hollywood. 
STRONG, CHARLES ASA, 906 Crocker Bldg., San Francisco. 
STURGEON. FRANK M., 821 San Luis Rd., Berkeley. 
SULLIVAN, EUGENE W., 318— 2d Ave., San Francisco. 
SULLIVAN, THEODORE O., Stockton. 
SWANNELL, WILLIAM L., n 16 — 9th St., Sacramento. 
SWEET. JOSEPH G., 433 California St., San Francisco. 
SWENSON, ANTHONY F., Hibernian Savings Bank, Los Angeles. 
SYKES, JOHN P., 517 Orange Ave., Coronado. 
TAFT, ALFRED Z., 5751 Hollywood Blvd.. Hollywood. 
TALLANT, CHARLES H., 35 W. Carillo St.. Santa Barbara. 
TANGEMAN, ARTHUR E., Gladstone Ave., San Dimas. 
TAYLOR. GEORGE H., Susanville. 
TAYLOR, JAMES E., 4941 Elmwood Ave., Los Angeles. 
TAYLOR, LEO E., Route "C" Box No. 200, San Jos*. 
TAYS, GEORGE. 2641A Channing Way, Berkeley. 
TENNEY, EDW. V., 2536 Etna St., Berkeley. 
TERRY, ZEBULON A., 741S Union Ave.. Los Angeles. 
THADDEUS, VICTOR, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Monterey Co. 
THOMA, EDWARD A., Wilshire Apts., 20th & C Sts., San Diego. 
THOMAS. SAMUEL A., 1703 Walnut St., Berkeley. 
THOMPSON, NATHAN CLAY, 2115 Ft. Stockton Drive. San Diego. 
THOMPSON. WALTER I., Elkgrove. 
THURSTON. HOWARD F., 149 W. 38th St.. Los Angeles. 
TINDELL, A. B., Route "A" Box No. 290, Lodi. 
TOLAND, WILLIAM CRAIG, Granada Apts., Oakland. 
TOOLE, FRED JOSEPH, 2240 Cambridge St., Los Angeles. 
TRAUGER, DANIEL B., Lindsay. 
TUBBS. DIXON W., 4th & Tuston Ave., Tustin. 
TURNER, HAROLD G., Hamilton City. 
TURNER. W. S., Jr., 972 Bush St., San Francisco. 
TUTTLE, CURTIS, Colusa. 

ULMANN, EDGAR AUGUST, 67— 2d St., San Francisco. 
ULRICH, BARRY S., 2850 Washington St., San Francisco. 
VAILE, FRED, Claremont. 

VANCE, ALVA J., Jr., 1458 Madison St., Oakland. 
VAN CLEAVE, HARRY R., 743 N. Andrews B.. Los Angeles. 
VAN DEGRIFT, TYLER R.. 302 S. Broadway, Los Angeles. 
VANDERBILT, WALLACE D., 1899 Green St., San Francisco. 
VAN DEVENTER, CYRUS E.. Citrus & Dearborn Aves., Redlands. 
VAN PELT, JOHN REUBEN, 1429 Constance St., Los Angeles. 



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VAN RIPER, GARRETT K., 2929 P St., Apt. A, Sacramento. 
VAN SANT, JOHN E., 4034 La Salle Ave., Los Angeles. 
VAUDOIT, PAUL L.. 533 Pismo St., San Luis Obispo. 
VAUGHAN, HARRY F., Route B., Box 244, Hanford. 
VENAAS, M. L., 309 West Main St., Santa Maria. 
VESTAL, CHESTER G., 1039 West S2d St., Los Angeles. 
VINCENT, ARTHUR H., 1000 Fije Building, San Francisco. 
VOGT, GEORGE M., 193S Tenth Ave., Oakland. 
VOLK, EDWARD E., 112s Avoca Ave., Pasadena. 
VOLKERS, WILLIAM K., 129 N. 13th St., San Jose. 
VOSPER, ERNEST E., 40 — 25th Ave., San Francisco. 
WACHTELL, JOSEPH B., 409 W. 17th St., San Bernardino. 
WALKER, CHARLES, c/o Johnson Higgins, 433 California St.. San 

Francisco. 
WALKER, RICHARD E., 647 West 42d Place, Los Angeles. 
WALLACE, JAMES C, 420 Fairmount Ave., Oakland. 
WALLACE, THOMAS, 225 West 5th St., Calexico. 
WALSH, MAURICE F., Hotel Casa-del-Rey, Richmond. 
WALSH, WALTER A., 207 West Rose St., Stockton. 
WAPPLE, CARL L., Yuba City, Sutter Co. 
WARD, LEO B., 4421 Willowbrook Ave., Los Angeles. 
WARNER, WILLIAM L., Box 401, Y. M. C. A.. Oakland. 
WARREN, WILLIAM H., Glendora. 
WATTERS, BYRON E., 898 Eddy St., San Francisco. 
WEHE, FRANK R., 2421 Carlton St., Berkeley. 
WEISSENSEL, ROY, 3730 West St., Oakland. 
WELL, IRA ORLANDO, 252 E. 49th St., Los Angeles. 
WEST, DONALD, R. F. D. 1, Box 640, San Gabriel. 
WESTERVELT, ALAN HUNTINGTON, 1148— Sixth St., Santa 

Monica. 
WEYMOUTH, MERTON W., 930 "0 " St., Fresno. 
WHAPLES, ROSMOND KIMBALL, 1287 Elysian Park Ave.. Los 

Angeles. 
WHEELER, JOHN D., Cortland, Sacramento Co. 



WHIPPLE, HENRY E., 828 W. 40th Place, Los Angeles. 
WHIPPLE, HORTON, Burlingame, San Mateo Co. 
WHITAKER, PERCY D., S. W. Cor. Van Ness & Bush Sts., San Fran- 
cisco. 
WHITEHOUSE, LEROY, Box 43, Dinuba. 
WHITNEY, CHARLES W., San Ardo. 
WHITNEY, GEORGE H., 132s E. Poplar St., Stockton. 
WHITTEN, SYLVESTER, 2738 Parker St., Berkeley. 
WIGTON, NUTTING, 210 N. Grand Ave.. Pasadena. 
WILKINSON, FRANK HARVEY, 631 Westlake Ave., Los Angeles. 
WILKINSON. WINSOR D., 2525 Benvenue Ave., Berkeley. 
WILLETT, HUGH C, 921 W. 37th Place, Los Angeles. 
WILLIAMS, FRANK N., 1400 S. Primrose Ave., Monrovia. 
WILLIAMS, RICHARD L., 1015 Scott St., San Francisco. 
WILLIAMS, ROGER G., 6549 S. Park Ave., Los Angeles. 
WILLIAMS, STEPHEN, Nevada City. 

WILLIAMSON, WILLIAM K., 601 Parkview St., Los Angeles. 
WILLITS, JAMES S„ East Auburn. 
WILSON, EDWIN EARL, R. F. D. 3, Sebastopol. 
WILSON, SELDON M.. 2214 Bancroft Way, Berkeley. 
WING, GEORGE E., 2539 Eliot St., Long Beach. 
WOLFE, GEORGE S., 3756 Iowa St., Fresno. 
WOOD, F. C.. 1831 Ramona Ave., S., Pasadena. 
WOODALL. OTIS T., 1130 Clement St., San Francisco. 
WOODWORTH, H. E., 2237 Carlton St., Berkeley. 
WOOKEY, HOWARD W., 5975 Franklin Ave., Hollywood. 
WRIGHT, JAMES B., Cajon. 

WRIGHT, JULIUS C, 1534 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles. 
YARBROUGH, VIVIAN D., 120 St. John St., Stockton. 
YOUNG, ARTHUR WILLIAM, S99 Apgar St., Oakland. 
YOUNG, E. PAUL, Claremont. 
ZACHHARIAS, CHARLES ROY, Patterson. 
ZARICK, MARCO S., 916 "N" St., Sacramento. 



COLORADO 



AINSWORTH, ALBERT G., 245 S. Logan St.. Denver. 

AKIN, WAYNE M., 1008 Remington St., Ft. Collins. 

ALLIN, BURTON LEPLEY, Jr., Steamboat Springs. 

ANDERSON, EVERETT KENNEY, 3429 Tennyson St., Denver. 

ANDREW, THOMAS W., 813 E. 4th St., Pueblo. 

ANDREW, WARREN M., R. F. D. No. 2, Box 204, Boulder. 

ATHEY, WILLIAM P., 621 Main St., Delta. 

BAKER, CLAUDE, Telluride. 

BAKER. ROBERT RAYMOND, The Dutch Mill Co., 1541 Champa. 

St., Denver. 
BAKER, WILLIAM C, 308 Jackson Bldg.. Denver. 
BALES, HOWARD N., Ft. Collins. 
BALL, FLOYD E., Ft. Collins. 
BALLOU. FRANKLIN, 316 Cohona St., Denver. 
BARNES, LAWRENCE A., 111 E. Pikes Peak Ave., Colorado Springs. 
BARNES, ISHAM B., Holly. 
BASSETT, JOHN A., Alamosa. 



BATE, HAROLD T., 612 S. Pearl St., Denver. 

BECK, MYRL EMIL, Ault. 

BECKETT, IRVING, Lyons. 

BEHARRELL, VAUGHAN A., 1530 Grant St., Denver. 

BEISER, FRANK W., Albany Hotel, Sterling. 

BENEDICT, J. J. B., 1669 Broadway, Denver. 

BINGHAM, JAMES LYMAN, Loveland. 

BISSELL, A. W., c/o Colo. Fuel & Iron Co., Pueblo. 

BLACK, PAUL A., 301 S. 6th St.. Rocky Ford. 

BLACKWELL, LEE ROBINSON, 125 E. 7th St., Denver. 

BLANCH, JOHN G., 900 Steele St., Denver. 

BLISS, CLARENCE D., Box 14, R. R. No. 1, Greeley. 

BLOUNT. GEORGE DEXTER, 314 Lafayette St., Denver. 

BOND, FRANK CORNELIUS, Estes Park. 

BOOTH, HARRY V., Longmont. 

BOTTOMS, HARLEY, 520 Marine St., Boulder. 

BOURKE, EDWARD U., 2150 Court PI., Denver. 



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BOYLAND, JAMES P., 2125 S. Ogden St., Denver. 

BRESNAHAN, CHARLES A., Ault. 

BRIGHAM, DANIEL M., 1921 E. Colfax Ave., Denver. 

BRINKER, WALLER C, Jr., 2280 Ash St., Denver. 

BROOKS, FRANKLIN C, 1324 N. Nevada Ave., Colorado Springs. 

BROOKS, JOSEPH C, Wiggins. 

BROWN, CHARLES M., 433 Franklin St., Denver. 

BROWN, FRANK EARL, 114 N. Sherwood St., Ft. Collins. 

BROWN, HUGH M., 2184 So. Milwaukee St., Denver. 

BUIGHAM, JAMES W., Cedaredge. 

BURGER, RAY M., R. D. No. 2, Box 159, Boulder. 

CAREY, EARL KENNETH, Eagle. 

CARNEY, CLINTON CARL, Perrsnoud Apts., Denver. 

CARROLL, HOWARD B., 306 E. Bijou St., Colorado Springs. 

CARROLL, WILLIAM F., 306 E. Bijou St., Colorado Springs. 

CARRUTHERS, JOHN A., 323 E. Columbia St., Colorado Springs. 

CASS, WILLIAM H., Sterling. 

CHAMBERS. JACK A., 1310 E. Colfax Ave., Denver. 

CHAPPELL, ALFRED S., 1671 Harrison St., Denver. 

CHELLGARD, WILLIAM R., 1441 Penna. St., Denver. 

CHISHOLM, FRANCIS ALFRED, Del Norte. 

CHUTKOW, SAMUEL, 821 Colorado Ave., La Junta. 

CLINCHY, EVERETT ROSS, 1830 Sherman St., Denver. 

COCHRAN, CARL C, Briggsdale. 

COLLINS, LAWRENCE, 940 Downing Ave., Denver. 

CONNERS, F. S.. no Archer Place, Denver. 

COOPER, FLOYD E., Silverton. 

COPELAND, WILLIAM D., 911 N. Nevada Ave., Colorado Springs. 

CRAIG, PERRY, Alamosa. 

CRANMER, GEORGE ERNEST, 200 Cherry St., Denver. 

CREEL, JEWELL D., 2127 Grand Ave., Pueblo. 

CRONIN, JOHN E., 218 Kalamalk St., Denver. 

CURTISS, JOHN WATSON, Paonia. 

DANKS, CLAIRE R., La Veta. 

DAVIS, CHARLES L., 1419 Lipan St., Denver. 

DAVIS, FRANK BURR, 1013— 9th St., Greeley. 

DEIS, FRANK HENRY, 3S24 Williams St., Denver. 

DE LAPPE, DE S., 1454 Williams St., Denver. 

DEVINE, JOHN D., 500 Sugar Bldg., Denver. 

DEWESE, HARLEY DOREN, 3855 Gilpin St., Denver. 

DICKINSON, CHARLES A., 1193 S. Clarkson St., Denver. 

DOUGLAS, RILEY M., Grand Junction. 

DRENNEN, DONALD S., Denver. 

DURWARD, ROBERT HARLAND, 2520 Pearl St., Boulder. 

DUTHIE. ROBERT C, 550 S. High St., Denver. 

EAGAN, EDWARD PATRICK FRANCIS, Box 329, Boulder. 

EASTMAN, HAROLD L., 604 Mapleton Ave., Boulder. 

EDMUNDS, ROBERT C, 979 Lincoln Ave., Denver. 

EDGAR, WILLIAM C, Ordway. 

ELLISON, MURL J., 3433 W. 38th St., Denver. 

ELOFSON, HARRY W., 436 W. 6th St., Salida. 

EMPFIELD, DANIEL P., 1340 Ash St., Denver. 

ENGLISH, ALLAN J., 1570 Emerson St., Denver. 

ERVIN, WILLIAM F., 219 Temple Court Bldg., Denver. 



FAERBER, FRED J., 1347 Court Place, Denver. 

FERGUSON, ROBERT S., 1046 Clark St.. Denver, Colo. 

FLETCHER, CHESTER KIMES, 116 W. 9th St., Pueblo. 

FORBES, HARRY S., 1407 York St., Denver. 

FRASER, PERCY V., 534 Mapleton Ave., Boulder. 

FRENCH, ARTHUR BOWMAN, 618 G St., Salida. 

FRERET. WILLIAM A., 1274 Ogden St., Denver. 

FRIEDMAN, ARTHUR G., 1222 Foster Bldg., Denver. 

FRY, JOHN H., 1600 Steele St., Denver. 

GAYMON, HAROLD L., 2530 Bellaire St., Denver. 

GEBBARD, DON M., Haxtum. 

GENTRY, ROBERT E., 1765 Sherman St., Denver. 

GILMORE, RICHARD F., 444— 3d St., Salida. 

GILPIN, FRANCIS, Jr., 1215 Wood Ave., Colorado Springs. 

GLASS, WILLIAM E., 109 S. Division Ave., Sterling. 

GLENS, DELWIN V., Olney Springs. 

GODFREY, ALLEN ROBERT, 1422— nth Ave., Greeley. 

GODFREY, RAE T., 72s— 17th St., Denver. 

GRAHAM, RAYMOND D., Eaton. 

GRANT, JAMES B., 700 Emerson St., Denver. 

GRANT, KENNETH ERNEST, 421 W. 8th St., Leadville. 

GRANT, WILLIAM W., Jr., 732 Equitable Bldg., Denver. 

GRAVES, THOMAS C, 447 S. 8th St., Montrose. 

GRAY, WHARTON K., 1530 Graylord St., Denver. 

HANKINS, JOSEPH HARLAN, Koenig. 

HARTSHORN, DUANE FARGO, Longmont. 

HAUPTMAN, CHARLES ALBERT, 1414 Emerson St., Denver. 

HAY, JOHN L., 3617 Julian St., Denver. 

HAYNE, HOWARD R., Y. M. C. A., Denver. 

HENDERSON, MAXWELL, 4501 Lowell Blvd., Denver. 

HENRY, CHARLES B., 1560 Market St., Denver. 

HERDMAN, ROBERT F., 611 S. 10th St., Rocky Ford. 

HERRINGTON, EUGENE HAROLD, Pierce. 

HETRICK, LE ROY G., 708— 13th St., Denver. 

HINKLE, ALLAN E., Berthoud. 

HIPP, PAUL WILLIAMS, 1255 Columbine St., Denver. 

HOFFMAN. GEORGE WRIGHT, Palisade. 

HOLLENBERRY, EDWARD, 1926 Franklin St., Vancouver. 

HOLLISTER, GEORGE E., 1334 Lafayette St., Denver. 

HOLMES, CHARLES MARTIN, DeBeque. 

HORN, J. R., Lucerne. 

HOUSE, EDWARD C, 804 Elizabeth St., Ft. Collins. 

HOWBERT, WILLIAM, 28 W. Monument St., Colorado Springs. 

HUGHES, BERRIEN, 1200 Grant St., Denver. 

HUNTOON, HAROLD V., Hereford. 

HUSTON, J. H., Manzanola. 

HUSUNG, JOHN L., 510 E. Yampa St., Colorado Springs. 

JACOBS, DONALD H., 257 Grove St., Denver. 

JAMES, W. H., 68s Emerson St., Denver. 

JOHNSON, ALGON BENJAMIN, Collbran. 

JOHNSON, KENT W., 14th St. & 2d Ave., Boulder. 

JOHNSON, LEONARD, Longmont. 

JOHNSON, ROY T., Julesburg. 

JOHNSTON, JESSE C, 308 E. Olive St., Lamar. 



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JOLLY, PAUL S., 1361 Clayton St., Denver. 

JUETT, PAUL HERBERT, 2534 Ash St., Denver. 

KEEFE, THOMAS V., Aspen, Pitkin Co. 

KELLER, REX E., Boulder. 

KEMMERLING, FRANK L., 2233 W. 34th Ave., Denver. 

KILLIAN, GEORGE L., 1530 Bellaire St., Denver. 

KIMBALL, FRANK, 129 W. Olive St., Ft. Collins. 

KING, EDWARD C, 2255 S. Fillmore St., Denver. 

KINNEY, CHARLES HERBERT, 1214— sth Ave., Denver. 

KNAPP, FOREST LAMAR, 616 Smith St., Ft. Collins. 

KNAPP, JAMES O., 722 Remington St., Ft. Collins. 

KNOWLES, ROBERT REILY. Sterling. 

KRETSCHNER, CHARLES, Jr., 409 W. 15th St., Pueblo. 

LAMPERT, EARL R., 3140 W. 2nd Ave., Denver. 

LANNON, J. A., 1024 N. Main St., Pueblo. 

LARGE, WAYNE V., 1217 S. Vine St., Denver. 

LAWRENSON, H. P., 2817 W. 29th St., Denver. 

LEE, A. A., 630 Emerson St., Denver. 

LEVEQUE, EARL M., 1518 Walnut St., Boulder. 

LEWIS, CHARLES RAYMOND, R. R. No. 2, Montrose. 

LEWIS, LAWRENCE, 534 Equitable Bldg., Denver. 

LEWIS, MASON A., 840 Vine St., Denver. 

LILJESTROM, CARL R., 412 W. 13th St.. Pueblo. 

LOCK, A. G., 929 Downing St., Denver. 

MacARTHUR, ROBERT K., Montevista. 

McCARY, PHILIP H., 209 White St., Grand Junction. 

McCLOSKEY, DOWNS, 734— 3d Ave., Durango. 

McCONLEY. GEORGE E., Sterling. 

McDOWELL, E. R., Lamar. 

McGOVERN, THOMAS F., 530 E. 19th St., Denver. 

McINTOSH, CHARLES DONALD, 217 Remington St., Ft. Collins. 

McKANE, EMORY FRANK, 20s Plum St., Ft. Collins. 

McMILLIN, RAYMOND M., Lamar. 

McQUINN, LEWIS M., 1509 Cheyenne Place, Denver. 

MADISON, H. E., Arvada. 

MAPLE, JAMES B., 522 Logan St., Denver, Colorado. 

MARRS, GEORGE O., 1632 York St., Denver. 

MARSHALL, JOHN S., 1510— 8th Ave., Greeley. 

MARSHALL, R. F., 2266 Forest St., Denver. 

MARTIN, KENNETH K., 2558 Vine St., Denver. 

MARTIN, LUTHER VAN HOOK, 241s N. Tejon St., Colorado 

Springs. 
MERRITT, ROBERT W., 1450 High St., Denver. 
MESSER, HERBERT G., 407 Beech St., Trinidad. 
MILLER, HARRY R., 1166 Vine St., Denver. 
MILLER, VICTOR A., 851 Clarkson St., Denver. 
MINATT. GORDON PRYOR, Boone. 
MOFFATT. DAVID HALLIDAY, 1229 Race St., Denver. 
MOORE, CHARLES D., Ouray. 

MOORE, CLARENCE C, 15th and Wazee Sts., Denver. 
MORSE, LEVI PARMINTER, R. F. D. No. 1, Grand Junction. 
MOSHER, JACK M., 308 Custom House, Denver. 
MURCHISON, EARLE H., Arvada. 
MURPHY, JOHN V., Apt. 28, Butters Court, Denver. 



MURPHY, J. K.. 609 E. Colfax St., Denver. 

MUSSER, JOHN McCOY, 2244 Eudora St.. Denver. 

MYERS, RAYMOND M., 813 Colorado Ave., Glenwood Springs. 

NELSON, GEORGE RICHARD, 231s Gaylord St., Denver. 

NETTLETON, HARRY I., La Porte. 

O'BRIEN, GERALD G.. 1545 Fillmore St., Denver. 

OLDENBURG, RAY WILLIAM, 931 Colo. Ave., Glenwood Springs. 

OLSEN. SAMUEL A., R. R. No. 1, Box 25, Briggsdale. 

OLSON, HALLE D., 720 S. College Ave., Ft. Collins. 

OSBORN, JOHN MONROE, 507 E. Mulberry St., Ft. Collins. 

PACKARD, SPERRY SIDNEY, 2909 High St., Pueblo. 

PAGE, HENRY A., 3775 Osceola St., Denver. 

PARKER, PHILLIPP M., Julesburg. 

PARKERSON, GODFREY PUTNAM, 84s Pennsylvania, Denver. 

PENLEY, GERALD M., Sedalia. 

PIERCE, OLIVER B., Holly. 

PRATT, MEREDITH R„ 557 S. Sherman St., Denver. 

PRICE, JOHN H., 2511 Caithness PI., Denver. 

RANDALL, JOHN D., 1705 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder. 

RANKIN, REX, 906 Grand Ave., Grand Junction. 

REED, RUSSELL M., 2334 Bluff St., Boulder. 

REMINGTON, PAUL E., 1264 Clarkson St., Denver. 

RICHTER, PAUL E., Jr., Wiggins. 

ROBERTS, PAUL J., 1817 Glenavin St., Denver. 

ROBINSON, C. W., 2322 Marion St., Denver. 

ROGERS, JAMES G., 222 W. Colfax Ave., Denver. 

ROSS, JOHN S. C, Terminal, Tarryall. 

ROUSE, JOHN EVANS. 1248 Columbine St., Denver. 

RUDOLPH, EDWIN E., 2726 Race St., Denver. 

RUTH, OBED E., Steamboat Springs. 

SABIN, GEROULD A., 641 Marion St., Denver. 

SAMPSON. JOSEPH, 1360 Race St., Denver. 

SANDHOUSE, HERMAN AUSTIN, 916 Grandview Ave., Boulder. 

SAWYER, WILFRED D., 1235 Josephine St., Denver. 

SCHAEFER, IRVING O., 816— 20th St.. Greeley. 

SCHATZ, CHARLES HENRY, Bayfield. 

SCHNEIDER. IRVINE H., 1120 N. Institute St., Colorado Springs. 

SCHU MAKER, WALTER, Durango. 

SCUDDER, FELIX WARD, 1212 E. 14th St., Denver. 

SEAMAN, HERMAN W., 544 E. 4th St., Loveland. 

SHAW, KENNETH MARSHALL, 1840 Gaylord St., Denver. 

SHEARER, ROBERT 0., i860 Sherman St., Denver. 

SHIDLER, FRANCIS M., Mancas. 

SHOCKEY, WILLIAM H., Denver. 

SHUTT, LEONE V., Dolores. 

SHWAYDER, BEN HORACE, 637 Galapago St., Denver. 

SILLERS, DONALD ARTHUR, 1039 Milwaukee St., Denver. 

SMITH, ELLIOTT TYLER, 645 Lafayette St., Denver. 

SMITH, MARION HAROLD, Holyoke. 

SMITH, RALPH S., 1646 High St., Denver. 

SPRATT, ROBERT E., 617 Marion St., Denver. 

STEWART, RONALD L., 11 18 Remington St., Ft. Collins. 

STILES, BERT W., 2320 High St., Denver. 

STILES, HAROLD ANDREW, 1560 Downing St., Denver. 



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SUTTON, JAMES E., 1216 S. Williams St., Denver. 

SWEET, CHANNING F., 107s Humboldt St., Denver. 

TARBEL, CHARLES A.. 938 Lafayette St., Denver. 

TAYLOR, CLARION W., 2430 W. Pikes Peak Ave.. Colorado Springs. 

THAYER, EDWARD IRVING, 500 Williams St., Denver. 

THOMPSON, HAROLD CLARK, ion— 4th St., Greeley. 

THORELL, EDWIN C, 1600 St. Paul St., Denver. 

THORNTON, BRUCE J., 633 Matthews St., Ft. Collins. 

TILDEN, CARL S., Greeley. 

TISDEL, BARTRAM BOYD, 1629— 12th Ave., Greeley. 

TOLMAN, DORSET RAWLINGS, 10 Block "X," Pueblo. 

TOWNE, J. L., White Pine. 

TREVARTHEN, WALTER C, 1717 Race St., Denver. 

TROWBRIDGE, JOHN LEONARD, 1518 Cook St., Denver. 

TURNER, A. E., c/o Empire Zinc Co., Box i860, Denver. 

TURNER, REX E., Brush. 

TURNER, ROY A., 824 Allison Ave., Canon City. 

VAN WAGENEN, GARRETT A., 1136 Ogden St., Denver. 

VARNEY, FRED W., 1220— 14th Ave., Denver. 

VERTREES, FRED C, 9 Pearl St., Denver. 

WADE, HOWARD G., First and Franklin Sts., Denver. 



WAITE, LELAND H., 10th and Bellview Ave., La Junta. 

WALLACE, ARTHUR W., 821 Mapleton Ave., Boulder. 

WARD, THOMAS, 500 Washington St., Denver. 

WARNER, ARTHUR HOBART, 1023 Lafayette St., Denver. 

WARREN, CHARLES P., Ft. Collins. 

WEBER, ALBERT H., 4443 Valejo St., Denver. 

WEBER, WALTER R., 52 S. Lincoln St., Denver. 

WEINBERGER, AL., Idaho Springs. 

WILKINS, EVERETT D., Ault. 

WILLIAMS, L. E., Pueblo. 

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM M., Elbert. 

WILLISON, ANDREW B., 182s E. 25th St.. Denver. 

WILSON, H. R.. 1524 E. 22d Ave., Denver. 

WINGER, LLOYD T., Brush. 

WOLFE, MERLAND J., Placerville. 

WOOD, CLAUDE W., 626 S. Meldrum St., Ft. Collins. 

WRAY, RALPH MERRITT, Olathe. 

WRIGHT, CLARK C, Caddoa. 

YATES, GUY U., 119 W. Maple St., Denver. 

YEGGE, WILLIAM B., Wiggins. 



CONNECTICUT 



ADAMEC, CHARLES J., East Haven. 

AIKEN, EDWIN E., 152 Temple St., New Haven. 

ALLEN, EDWARD N., 59 Highland St., Hartford. 

ALLEN, JOHN H., 76 Lenox Ave., Bridgeport. 

ALLING, JOHNATHAN S., Orange. 

ARMOUR, J. STANLEY, 1 Hillhouse Ave., New Haven. 

ARMSTRONG, SINCLAIR W„ 132 High St., Middletown. 

ARNOLD, JOHN A., 17 North St., Stamford. 

ASHER, HARRY W., Jr., 674 Orange St.. New Haven. 

BALFOUR, HERBERT W., 99 Foster St., New Haven. 

BALTZELL, WM. H., 177 Allyn St., Hartford. 

BARBER, HARMON T., 3 Fales St., Hartford. 

BARBER, KENNETH W., 204 Poquonock Ave., Windsor. 

BARIDON, ROGER W., 45 Winthrop St., Torrington. 

BARLOW, SPENCER W., Watertown. 

BARRETT, JAMES W., Jr., 1533 Yale Sta., New Haven. 

BATES, ORMOND, 65 Ellsworth Ave., New Haven. 

BEARD, RAYMOND MILES, 8 Seaside Ave., Milford. 

BEARDSLEY, ALLEN M., 37 Beardsley Ave., Stratford. 

BENNETT, ALFRED N., Cheshire. 

BERGEN, PAUL C, Unionville. 

BISSELL, RAYMOND W.. 33 Maple St.. Milford. 

BOLTON, JOSEPH SHELDON GERRY. 61 Division St., New Haven. 

BOURNE, EDWARD W., 73 Mansfield St., New Haven. 

BRADSHAW. J. F., 35 West St., Naugatuck. 

BRANCHE, NELSON TIBBITS, 296 Washington St., Norwich. 

BROGAN, HARRY C, 6 Park Ave.. Groton. 

BROWN, RAY, 6 Fairview Ave.. Wallingford. 

BROWN, STANLEY E., 2140 Main St., Bridgeport. 

BURRELL, ROBERT, 101 Gilbert Ave., New Haven. 



CAMPBELL, GLENN HAROLD, Storrs. 

CANFIELD, JOHN F., 77 Garden St., New Britain. 

CAREY, CHARLES F., 14s Prospect St., Winsted. 

CARTER, FREDERICK D., 40 Kenyon St., Hartford. 

CASHEN, HENRY LEO, 31 N. 3d St., Meriden. 

CHAMBERLAIN, W. MALLORY, 262 Kenyon St.. Hartford. 

CHENEY, Yale Station, New Haven. 

CITRON, WILLIAM M., 336 Main St., Middletown. 

CLARK, BRADFORD JUDSON, 49 Oak St., Hartford. 

CLARK, HERVEY P., 993 Yale Station. New Haven. 

CLARK, VERNON DENNIS, P. 0. Box 221, Mystic. 

CLARK, W. MOULTON, 40 James St., Ansonia. 

COE, J. A., 493 Willow St., Waterbury. 

COPELAND, SAMUEL, 19 Grand St., New London. 

CORBAN, RALPH E., Box No. 48, Thomaston. 

CORBIN, W. W., 172 Collins St., Hartford. 

CORCORAN, WILLIAM M., 60 Mountain Ave., New London. 

CORNELL, GEORGE T., 21 Cottage St., New Haven. 

CORNWALL, PERRY H., Portland. 

CORRIGAN, EDWARD J., 30 Deerfield Ave., Hartford. 

CORWIN, HERBERT EATON, 197 High St., Hartford. 

COULTER, BRUCE NOEL, 457 Beechwood Ave., Bridgeport. 

CUGELL, ABEL GEORGE, 150 Bishop St., New Haven. 

DALTON. JAMES L., Naugatuck. 

DEMING, EDWARD H., Farmington. 

DOHERTY. PETER, 249 Putnam St., New Haven. 

DONNELLY. STEPHEN PATRICK, 281 S. Main St., New Britain. 

DOOLEY, GEORGE P., 104 Fairview St., Waterbury. 

DOSTER, WADSWORTH, 73 Forrest St., Torrington. 

DOWD, JARVIS GEER, East Berlin. 



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DOWNS, ROY Y., c/o S. L. & G. H. Rogers Co., Hartford. 

DRESCHER, LAWRENCE GEORGE, Baltic. 

DZIADIK, WALTER BASIL, 159 Carolina St., Derby. 

ENGELMAN, HERMAN B., 343 Willow St., Waterbury. 

ESTILL, WALLACE, Lakeville. 

EVELETH, FREDERIC C, 59 Elm St.. Windsor Locks. 

PARR, CHARLES A., 84 Union St., West Haven. 

FAUBEL, ARTHUR L., 170 Lawn Ave.. Stamford. 

FINLAY, STUART W., 24 Park St., So. Manchester. 

FITZSIMMONS, THOMAS J., 580 Howard Ave., New Haven. 

FLEMING, H. F., 27 Chestnut St., Ansonia. 

FLEMING, WILLIAM C, Yale Station, New Haven. 

FOX, LEROY BARDEN, 270 N. Oxford St., Hartford. 

GALE, WARREN SEARS, 14 Willow St., Trumbull Beach, Milford. 

GATES, WILLIAM F., 7 Turner St., Willimantic. 

GELMAN, HARRY, 21 Kennedy St., Hartford. 

GLESZES, WILLIAM M., 439 Windsor Ave., Hartford. 

GOLDENTHAL, MAX L., 161 Affleck St., Hartford. 

GOLDSMITH, JOHN J., 719 Yale Station, New Haven. 

GOODWIN, WALTER W., 783 Main St., Hartford. 

GOSS, CHAUNCEY P., Jr.. 134 Hillside Ave.. Waterbury. 

GREENE, HAROLD GARDNER, Rocky Hill, Hartford. 

GREEVE, JOHN G., 259 High St., Bristol. 

HALLEN, JOHN E., 168 Sherwood Ave., Bridgeport. 

HANNON, JOHN PATRICK, 244 S. Main St.. New Britain. 

HATHEWAY, CURTIS ROSE, Litchfield. 

HAUB, EDWIN, 101 Hartford Ave., Wethersfield. 

HAUB, GEORGE R., Wethersfield. 

HAWLEY, THOMAS GARDINER, 95 Yale St., Bridgeport. 

HAYDEN, JAMES N., 81 Union St., Waterbury. 

HAYWARD, LAWRENCE H., Orange. 

HELLSTROM, CARL I.. 139 Babcock St., Hartford. 

HEMENWAY, BARTOW L., The Green, Watertown. 

HEMINGWAY, JAMES S., 32s Temple St., New Haven. 

HEMMANN, CARL E., 7 River Road, Wethersfield. 

HIGGINS, RAYMOND T. J., 228 Broadway, Norwich. 

HILL, ELTON BRIHAM, 61 Greenfield St., Hartford. 

HINCKS, JOHN E„ 152 Park Place, Bridgeport. 

HOFER, CARL F., 766 Arch St., New Britain. 

HOGGSON, McLEAN, Greenwich. 

HOPKINS, FRANCIS W., 299 Lawrence St., New Haven. 

HOUGHTALING, DAVID H., Sharon. 

HUBBARD, JOHN T. L., 10 Stratfield Rd., Bridgeport. 

HUFF, PAUL A., 200 Edgewood Ave., Waterbury. 

HULBERT, C. P., 34 Monument St., Groton. 

HUMMEL, LOUIS A., 200 Edgewood Ave., Waterbury. 

HYATT, ALTON R., 177 Liberty St., Meriden. 

HYATT, WILLIAM C, 67 E. Main St., Meriden. 

JACKSON, WILLIAM L. P., 194 Washington St., Middletown. 

JOHNSON, CHARLES LOUIS, Gaylordsville. 

JOHNSON, JONATHAN L., 64 Asylum St., Norwich. 

JOHNSON, MORTIMER F., 105 Boulevard, Hartford. 

JOHNSTON, DOUGLAS ANDREWS, 376 W. Maine St., New Britain. 

JONES, OSWALD R., 9 Cliff St., Waterbury. 



JONES, SAMUEL J., 9 Cliff St., Waterbury. 

KATTEN, BERTH OLD L., 114 Asylum St., Hartford. 

KEANE, JOHN F., 42 Sanford Place, Bridgeport. 

KENT, SHERRILL, 415 Humphrey St., New Haven. 

KLEIN, HAROLD L., 60 William St., Hartford. 

KOPF, WILLIAM L., 253 Beaver St., New Britain. 

KUGEMAN, WILLIAM E., West Cornwall. 

KURTZE, ARTHUR GEORGE, 480 Dixwell Ave., New Haven. 

LABOV, HARRY WILLIAM, 29 Button St., New Haven. 

LAMB, HARRY A., 635 Elm St., New Haven. 

LAMPHIER, EDWARD G., 218 S. Main St., Torrington. 

LARSEN, DANIEL O., Lordship Manor, Bridgeport. 

LAWLER, EDWARD IGNATIUS, 310 Willow St., Bridgeport. 

LEARY, THOMAS, 34 Pleasant Ave., Naugatuck. 

LEE, HAROLD A., 63 Morningside Ave., Waterbury. 

LIEBREICH. OSCAR P., R. F. D. No. 4, Waterbury. 

LYNCH, ROGER A., 149 Norton St., New Haven. 

McCANCE, WILLIAM H., 294 Lawrence St., New Haven. 

McDONOUGH, CHARLES, 19 Columbia St., Hartford. 

McEVITT, FELIX JEREMIAH, 79 Walnut St. South, Manchester. 

McGILL, JOHN H., 210 Bedford St., Stamford. 

McKINNEY, HAROLD H., 86 Enfield St., Thompsonville. 

McKIRDY, NORMAN J., 37 Lincoln St., New Britain. 

McKNIGHT, ORREN BASSETT, s Academy St., Wallingford. 

McNAMARA, JAMES EDWARD. 1640 Chapel St.. New Haven. 

MALCOLM, HERBERT L., 189 Livingston St., New Haven. 

MANWARNING, PAUL M., R. F. D. Nc. 2, Terryville. 

MARZANO, EMIL, 150 Governor St., Hartford. 

MEAD, NELSON B., Jr., 97 Maher Ave., Greenwich. 

MELVIN, CHARLES T., Bethel. 

MENDELSON, HENRY, 79 Center St., Bridgeport. 

MERRIMAN, CHARLES RUSSELL, 846 Main St., East Hartford. 

MERROW, PAUL G., 34 Forest St., Hartford. 

MEYER, CHESTER A., 18 Central Ave., Waterbury. 

MILLIKEN, JOHN H., New Canaan. 

MILLS, RODNEY H., 8s Everett St., New Haven. 

MINNIX, FRANK C, 39 Pendelton St., New Haven. 

MINOR, LEIGH D., Hill St., Bristol. 

MISCHLER, HAROLD EUGENE, Fremont St., Meriden. 

MITCHELL, WALTER JAMES, Oxford Rd., Seymour. 

MOORE, JAMES R., 171 Weathersfield Ave., Hartford. 

MURDOCK, GEORGE P., Murdock Ave., Meriden. 

MUNGER, RALPH S., 8s Grove St., Waterbury. 

NEUMANN, CHARLES WILLIAM. Box 84, West Haven. 

NOLAN, D. HOWARD, 307 Humphrey St., New Haven. 

NOTSKEY, STANLEY FRANCIS, 27s Greenwich Ave., Stamford. 

OLSEN, ALBERT W., Glenbrook. 

PALLOTTI, FRANCIS P., so Otis St., Hartford. 

PARIDAENS, JULIES L., 325 Bassett St., New Haven. 

PARKER, GRANVILLE, MORGAN, New Canaan. 

PARKER, RAYMOND A., 134 Church St., Willimantic. 

PASCALE, ANTHONY, 44 Lafayette St., New Haven. 

PERKINS, CHARLES E., 8s Elm St., West Haven. 

PETERSON, JOHN A., 48 Gill St., New Haven. 



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RACOW, JOHN, 29 Silvan Ave., New Haven. 
REDPIELD, CHARLES H., 229 Kenyon St., Hartford. 
REESE, ALFRED A., Edwards Hall, New Haven. 
REID, HENRY W., 48 Oak St., Hartford. 
REYNOLDS, CHARLES A., 17 Broad St., Glastonbury. 
RICHARDS, DURELL S., 107 Main St., West Haven. 
ROCKEFELLER, GODFREY S., Greenwich. 
RORABACK, JAMES W., 331 Migeon Ave., Torrington. 
ROSS, JOHN M., 445 Orchard St., New Haven. 
ROURKE, JOHN J., Hartford Ave., Farmington. 
RUDDELL, CLARENCE, 32 Pearl St., So. Manchester. 
SAFFORD. THEODORE LEE, Lakeville. 
SANFORD, C. B., 17 Garden St., Thompsonville. 
SARGENT, JOSEPH WEIR, 130 Cold Spring St., New Haven. 
SARGENT, ZEIGLER, 247 Church St., New Haven. 
SCOTT, JURNATA H., 32 New St., New London. 
SEELYE, DOUGLAS S., Glastonbury. 
SHANLEY, JAMES A., 34 Davenport Ave., New Haven. 
SHELTON, ROBERT P., 258 Golden Hill, Bridgeport. 
SILBERMAN, SAMUEL H., 233 Summer St., Stamford. 
SMITH, ALBERT F., East Haddam. 

SMITH, ERNEST WALKER, 12 N. Marshall St., Hartford. 
SODERSTON, HAROLD LEON, 94s Elm St., New Haven. 
SPROVIERO, FRANK J., 59 Spruce St., Stamford. 
SQUIRES, COULSON H., 133 Main St., Naugatuck. 
STEPHAN, CARL J., ..Etna Life Ins. Co., Hartford. 



STEVEN, CYRUS THOMAS, c/o Phoenix Mutual Life Ins. Co., 

49 Pearl St., Hartford. 
STURGEON, ROBERT H., 36 Maple St., New Haven. 
SULLIVAN, RAYMOND F., 16 Lincoln Court, New London. 
TAYLOR, ROGERS CLINTON, Winfield St.. East Norwalk. 
THOMEN, PAUL W„ Littlefield. 

THOMPSON, JAMES SHERWOOD, 19 Crescent St., Shelton. 
TICE, NORMAN, 164 Winthrop Ave., New Haven. 
TIMM, JOHN A., 106 York Sq., New Haven. 
TOBIE, L. A., Conn. Trust. & Safe Deposit Co., Hartford. 
TREAT, WALLACE R., Bridgewater. 
TURNER, CHARLES N., Woodbury. 
VON HACHT, H. A., 21 W. Main St., Milford. 
WALLACE, DONALD L., New Haven. 
WALSH, JOSEPH F., 8 Scott St., Naugatuck. 
WARREN, JAMES CAREY, 46 Mansfield St., New Haven. 
WEINER, MORRIS, 167 Wooster St., Hartford. 
WESTON, FRANKLIN S., 73 Forrest St., Torrington. 
WHEATON, FRANK L„ 4 University PI., New Haven. 
WHITNEY, STEPHEN, 40s Whitney Ave., New Haven. 
WIGGIN, FREDERICK H., 42 Church St., New Haven. 
WILLIAMS, H. A., 748 State St., Bridgeport. 
WILLIAMS, HARRY J., 89 Putnam St., New Haven. 
WURTENBURG, WILLIAM G., 224 Cherry St., Naugatuck. 
YOST, STANLEY F., 61 Sherman St., Hartford. 
YOUNG, WINFRED CHARLES, 34 Broadway, Norwich. 



DELAWARE 



BERL, CHARLES W., 1303 Market St., Wilmington. 
CARPENTER, THOMAS K., 515 N. Rodney St., Wilmington. 
DILLMAN, CLIFFORD, 1203 Jefferson St., Wilmington. 
DOHERTY, GERALD P., 911 West 8th St., Wilmington. 
GIBNEY, FRED JAMES, 1304 Clayton St., Wilmington. 
GOODEN, GEORGE L., Woodside. 
HALEY, WALTER L., 2607 No. 18th St., Wilmington. 



HAWORD, CHARLES, 813 Washington St., Wilmington. 

HOPKINS, JOHN A., Newark. 

LATIMER, HENRY C, 512 West 14th St.. Wilmington. 

LITZ, JOSEPH L., Wilmington. 

MARTIN, EDWARD D., 109 East 38th St., Wilmington. 

OSMOND, WILLIAM B., 1215 Tatnall St., Wilmington. 



DISTRICT Or COLUMBIA 



ABBOTT, JOSEPH F., 2023 Park Road, Washington. 
ALBERT, JOHN H., 1951— 3d St., N. W., Washington. 
ALLEN, JOSEPH E., 143s E St., N. E., Washington. 
ANDERSON, WILLIAM H., 231 S St., N. W., Washington. 
ARDEESER, JOHN PAUL, 123 New York Ave., N. W., Washington. 
BACON, SEWARD, 1702— 16th St., N. W., Washington. 
BALDWIN, S. T., Jr., 1804 Kilbourne Place, Washington. 
BARGER, WILLIAM O., 2021 "F" St., N. W., Washington. 
BARRY, T. H., 142s Euclid St., N. W., Washington. 
BARTEMAN, FRANK J., 1154— 17th St., N. W., Washington. 
BECK, WILLIAM C, 522 Butternut St., Takoma Park. 
BERESFORD, ROBERT FRANCIS, 1502— 17th St., Washington. 
BINGHAM, WILLIAM D., Northumberland Apts., Washington. 
BITTING, WILLIAM H., 1724— 34th St., N. W., Washington. 
BLACK, WILLIAM M., Jr., 2324 California St., Washington. 



BOLTON, M., 1726 "M" St., N. W., Washington. 
BOUDREN, BERNARD I., 17— 7th St., S. E., Washington. 
BOUDREN, VINCENT P.. 17— 7th St., S. E.. Washington. 
BRADSHAW, MAX ABRAHAM, 1701 Euclid St., Washington. 
BROMWELL, MATTHEW S., 1815 St., Washington. 
BURKET, HAROLD C, 2720— 13th St., N. W., Washington. 
BURNETT, ROBERT N., 418— 6th St., N. W., Washington. 
BYRON, DONALD, 1915— 14th St., N. W., Washington. 
CADE, WILLIAM R., 35 Todd PI., N. E., Washington. 
CASTI MORE, CLARENCE, 1434 Harvard St., Apt. No. 4, Washington. 
CHAMBERLAIN, WILLIAM I., Statistical Div., Federal Reserve 

Board, Washington. 
CHASE, GEORGE H., 1302— 18th St., Washington. 
CLASH, FREDERICK H., 1837 " M " St., N. W., Washington. 
COLE, FRANK R., 1368 Franklin St., N. E.. Washington. 



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CORNING, E. BURTON, 122 V St., N. W., Washington. 

CROWLEY, THOMAS R., 1732 St., N. W., Washington. 

DAVIS, RAY D., 327— 17th St., S. E., Washington. 

DAXLY, CHARLES AUGUSTINE, 2139 North St., N.W., Washington. 

DEWHIRST, HAROLD H., 1737 Park Rd., Washington. 

DIXON, GEORGE S., 113 S. Harvey St., Washington. 

DONAHUE, JOHN FRANCIS, 3343 "P" St., Washington. 

DONAHUE, M. T., 3343 "P" St., Washington. 

DOUGAN, ROBERT, 1824 Belmont Rd., N. W., Washington. 

DUNN, ARTHUR A., 1418 Euclid Ave., Washington. 

DYCER, CHARLES P., 121 Maryland Ave., N. E., Washington. 

ECKERT, NORMAN J., 3042 Newark St., N. W., Washington. 

ELDRIDGE, WILLIAM C, 923— 1st St., Washington. 

FAGUE, FERGUSON, 713— 5th St., N. E., Washington. 

FOGERTY, EDWIN F., 1161— sth St., N. E., Washington. 

FUNSTON, JAMES B., 1466 Rhode Island Ave., Washington. 

GALLERY, JOSEPH E., 92s G St., N. W., Washington. 

GETZ, EMIL LOUIS, Blandenburg Rd. & U St., N. E., Washington. 

GRAVES, CHARLES G., 1305— 10th St., N. W., Washington. 

GROOME, MILTON E., 714— 3d St., N. E., Washington. 

GSANTER, OTTO CARL, 2811— 24th St., N. E., Washington. 

HARDESTY, FREDERICK LEE, 2029 Connecticut Ave., Washington. 

HARRIS, JACKSON, 1820 K St., N. W., Washington. 

HARVEY, HERBERT NOYES, no— 13th St., S. E.. Washington. 

HEALY, RALPH F., 1725— 17th St., N. W., Washington. 

HEISKELL, EDWARD V.. Sta. "H" R. R. B., Washington. 

HERRON, JAMES E., 1901 I St., N. W., Washington. 

HEMKELMAN, RICHARD G., 810 I St., N. E., Washington. 

HERRON, JAMES E., 1901 I St., N. W., Washington. 

HUNT, PAUL MEAD, 117— 2d St., N. E., Washington. 

IDE, ROBERT A., 644 D St., N. E., Washington. 

INGERSOLL, ROBERT G., 1803 Phelps PI., N. W., Washington. 

JOHNSON, RALPH FRANKLIN, 1109 Clifton St., N. W., Washington. 

JOHNSON, WRIGHT, 1347 Oak St., N. W., Washington. 

JONES, PAUL R., 352s T St., N. W., Washington. 

KAYSER, ELMER L., 3129 St., N. W., Washington. 

KIBBEY, W. A., 1401 Emerson St., N. W., Washington. 

KING, GEORGE B., Jr., 1331 Fairmont St., Washington. 

KIRBY, JOHN, 1702— 21st St., N. W., Washington. 

KLEIN, JAMES P., 707 Rock Creek Church Road, Washington. 

KLOF, ARVID H., War Dept. U. S. Army, Washington. 

LATTA, JAMES B., 2836— 27th St., Washington. 

LEECH, GROVER P., 1842 "M " St., N. W., Washington. 

LEFEVRE, BENJAMIN A., 1420 Newton St., N. W., Washington. 

LELAND, CHESTER M., 404— 7th St., N. E., Washington. 

LEWIS, THEODORE CECIL, 1302 "N" St., N. W., Washington. 

LICHTFELDT, CLARENCE H., 1723 Kilbourne Place, Washington, 

D. C. 
LONG, H. M., 1401 Columbia Rd., N. W., Washington. 
McBLAIR, GEORGE, 806 Munsey Bldg., Washington. 
MCCARTY, JUSTIN J., 718 Lawrence St., N., E., Washington. 

McCarthy, Patrick h., 523— 2d St., n. w.. Washington. 

McINDOE, WILLIAM C, 1816 Kalaroma Rd., Washington. 
McINTYRE, EDWARD, 1841 Kalaroma Rd., Washington. 



MacMURRAY, BARTON, 54 Adams St., N. W., Washington. 

MADDEN, ARTHUR B., c/o Capt. J. L. Madden, Ser. Sect. Ordnance 
Dept., Washington. 

MANCHA, GEORGE L„ 725 Pari Rd., N. W., Washington. 

MARMAUGET, EDWARD A.. 713— 19th St., N. W., Washington. 

MARSH, WALTER R., c/o Col. F. Marsh, War Dept., Washington. 

MATTINGLY, EARL S., 511 Lamont St., N.W., Washington. 

MENZEL, PAUL T., 1920 "G" St., N.W., Washington. 

MIELKE, FREDERICK W., 1428 R St., N. W., Washington. 

MILLER, CYRIL A., 1738 Lamont St., N. W., Washington. 

MOORE, CLARENCE E., 150 Rhode Island Ave., N. W.. Wash- 
ington. 

MULLIN. GEORGE B., Jr., 1290 Crittenden St., N. W., Washington- 

MUNROE, THOMAS B., 1961 Biltmore St., Washington. 

MYER, GEORGE A., 459 Harvard St., N. W., Washington. 

NAIRN, WILSON BARKER, 3427— 13th St., N. W., Washington. 

NASH, THOMAS, n " N " St., N. W., Washington. 

NORTHRUP, HAROLD R., Hotel Stratford, Washington. 

O'BRIEN, EDWIN N., Ridge Road, N. W., Washington. 

PARKER, WILLIAM, 1920 — 1st St., N. E., Washington. 

PARSONS, FREEMAN EARL, Bureau of M. 

PETTERSON, JOHN C, 1429 Montague St., N. W., Washington. 

PEYTON, TOM L., 2623 Garfield St., Washington. 

PITTS, HARRY B., 1412 Perry St., Washington. 

PORTER, JESSE E., 101 U St., N. W., Washington. 

REID, MEREDITH BERNARD, Georgetown Univ., Washington. 

RICHARDS, JULIAN I., 2112— 18th St., N. W., Washington. 

RICKER, EUGENE K., 3756 McKinley St., N. W., Chevy Chase, 
Washington. 

RIGGLES, J. RICHARD, Jr., 1328 Fairmont St., Washington. 

RIORDAN, DAVID L., 33 " M " St., N. W., Washington. 

RIZZI, NICHOLAS, c/o Adjutant General of the Army, Washington. 

ROLL, E. P., 118— 10th St., N. E.. Washington. 

ROSENBAUM, FREDERICK B., Pelham Courts, 21st & P Sts., N. W. 
Washington. 

SANTLEMAN, ALFRED W., 5426 Connecticut Ave., Washington. 

SASSCER, FREDERICK F., 2115 "R" St., Washington. 

SHEPARDSON, W. H., 1727— 19th St., Washington. 

SILVERMAN. MORRIS S., 3310 " M " St., N. W., Washington. 

SLATTERY, RAYMOND J., Raleigh Hotel, Washington. 

SMALL. JOHN H., Jr., Cor. 15th & "H" Sts., Washington. 

SMITH, GEORGE P., The Cairo, Apt. 206, Washington. 

SMITH, McNEIR, 1246 Irving St., N. W., Washington. 

SNARR, WARDNER C, 204— 4th St., S. E., Washington. 

SOLOMON, SAMUEL, 413 "R" St., N., W., Washington. 

STANTON, JOHN R., 131S "K" St., N. W., Washington. 

STEIN, MIKE, c/o Adjutant General, Washington. 

SYDENHAM, HUMPHREY, 1277 New Hampshire Ave., Washington. 

TAYLOR, HAROLD RODNEY, 1711 "P" St. Washington. 

THOMPSON, REED, 510 Lamont St., Washington. 

TOWSON, AMBLER J., 1437 Irving St., N. W., Washington. 

TRACY, EDWARD J., 18 Gerard St., N. E., Washington. 

TRIPLETT, WALTER H., S727 Colorado Ave., N. W., Washington. 

URNER, ESPER C, 306 "D" St., N.E., Washington. 



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VORIS, HUGH, 411— 4th St., N. W„ Washington. 
WAGSTAFF, JAMES B., 316 E. Capitol St., Washington. 
WANNAN, ROBERT J., 5413— 9th St., N. W., Washington. 
WEEDON, DeVERE R.. 21 12— 19th St., N. W., Washington. 
WHEELER, WESLEY T., 147 Kentucky Ave.. S. E„ Washington. 



WILKINSON, OSCAR STEVENSON, 4701— 16th St., N. W., Wash. 

ington. 
WILLIAMSON, KOSSUTH MEYER, Washington. 
WILSON, LOUIS EDWIN, Vitagraph Film Co., Washington. 
YOUNG, ALEXANDER S., 3465 Homead PI., N. W., Washington. 



FLORIDA 



ACOSTA, JOHN S., Box 71, Jacksonville. 

ADMAS, JOHN E., Jacksonville. 

ALLEN, WILLIAM W., Quincy. 

ASHMORE, JUNIUS Q., 13s E. 9th St., Jacksonville. 

AXELSON, JOHN NEWTON, 318 S. Florida Planca St., Pensacola. 

BAKER, ROBERT ALEXANDER, 25 IS Riverside Ave., Jacksonville. 

BARBER, FREDERICK A., 1208 Eighth St., Miami. 

BEACH, STAFFORD B., 202 Fern St., West Palm Beach. 

BORNSTEIN, ALE, 107 W. Bay St., Tampa. 

BOWMAN, PHILIP Y., Cantonment. 

CAPPS, JAMES GALLAHER, 1017 W. College Ave., Jacksonville. 

CARPENTER, ALVIN A., 146 St. Johns Ave., South, Jacksonville. 

CHAZAL, CHARLES P., Ocala. 

CLARK, DANIEL A., 347 W. Ashley St., Jacksonville. 

COE, JOHN MORENO. 113 W. Gregory St., Pensacola. 

COMBS. REESE, 212 McDonald Ave., Miami. 

CONE, ALBERT J., Gainesville. 

DAVIES, FOREST E., Saint Augustine, Florida. 

DAVIS, OLIVER CLYDE, Jacksonville. 

DIVER, JOSEPH S., Heard Bldg., Jacksonville. 

DUNNIGAN, L. B., c/o Poinsetta Hotel, St. Petersburg. 

ELARBEE, HENRY H., 133 West 4th St.. Jacksonville. 

ELY, EDMUND, Cor. Magnolia Ave. and Herschel St., Jacksonville. 

FERRAN, HARRY A., Eustis. 

FRANCIS, THORNTON H., 18th St., St. Petersbrg. 

FULLER. ORVILLE E., Sebring. 

GALLOWAY, CHARLES BETTS, Brooksville. 

GILBERT, OSCAR W., Tangerine Ave., St. Petersburg. 

GRISWOLD, WILLIAM H., no Jones Ave., Miami. 

GUNN, WILLIAM WALTER, 208 W. Deering St., Marianna. 

HAND, LAUREN C, 429 Evernia St., West Palm Beach. 

HANSON, SAMUEL, General Delivery, Ft. Meade. 

HARRIS, J. H., 704 N. Central Ave., Orlando. 

HEBB, CLAUDE IRVIN, Sarasota. 

HOLT, FRANCIS M., 1341 Liberty St., Jacksonville. 

HOVEY, FREDERICK FRANKLIN, 512 Newman St.. Jacksonville. 

HOWELL, RICHARD FAIN, Fulford. 

HURLEY, THOMAS E., Hotel Princess Issena, Sea Breeze. 

IVEY, ARTHUR D.. 5 E. Jackson St., Orlando. 

JACKSON, JOHN, Keystone Park. 

JACKSON, THOMAS U., 507 E. Oak St.. Lakeland. 

JENNINGS, FRANK ELIAS, 1807 Oak St., Jacksonville. 

JOHNSON. HENRY CECIL, Holt. 

KIMBALL, ALFRED LEE, Riverview, Ft. Myers. 

KIRBY, WILLIAM M., Palatka. 

KNIGHT, RAYMOND DEMERE, 912 Heard Bldg., Jacksonville. 



KNIGHT, TELFAIR, 112 Heard Bldg.. Jacksonville. 
KNUTSON, GEORGE, Courtenay. 
LACEY, JOHN BALDWIN, Sarasota. 

McCAFFERY, WILLIAM T., Law Ex. Bldg., Jacksonville. 
McCRACKEN. HOWARD O., Kissimee Park, Fla. 
McILVAINE. EUGENE T., 118 Heard Bldg., Jacksonville. 
MENGE, FREDERICK ASBERRY, 153 Fowler St., Ft. Myers. 
MERRIAM, JACK W., 618 River St., Palatka. 
MERRIN, FRANK G., Plant City, Hillsboro Co. 
MINKLER. ROBERT H., Williston. 
NELSON, JOHN K, 109 Wis. Ave., Deland. 
NORTON, KINGSBURY W., 513 Main St., Jacksonville. 
PAUL, ROBERT H., Jr., Watertown. 
POLLARD, L. W., 2034 Pearl St., Jacksonville. 
PRITCHARD, JAMES F., 27 Ribera St., St. Augustine. 
REAMS, ALBERT D., Greenville. 
RICHEY, RONERT P., Tallahassee. 
ROBINSON, R. A., Rye. 
ROBINSON, THOMAS RICHARD, Milton. 
ROBINSON, WILLIAM, Jr.. Palmetto. 
SCRUGGS, WILLIAM MARTIN, Aucilla. 

SMITH, CHARLES FREDERICK, Jr., 400 E. University St., Gaines- 
ville. 
STANLEY, WALTER P., 27 N. Ridgewood Ave., Daytona. 
STEPHENSON, JOHN E., 1826 Swift St., Jacksonville. 
STONER, K. B., Jr., Pinecastle. 

STOUT, ROBERT P., 417 East Zanagossa St., Pensacola. 
STRAUSS, EDGAR GEORGE, c/o Tampa Furniture Co., Tampa. 
STREET, DOUGLASS P., Madison. 

STRICKLAND, CHARLES GROVER, Seminole Club, Jacksonville. 
THOMAS, CHARLES L. C, 1218 Hubbard St., Jacksonville. 
THOMAS. LACY G., Baldwin. 
THOMPSON, EDGAR W„ Clermont. 
TOWERS, ROBERT S., 205 E. Church St., Jacksonville. 
VAN BRUNT, HORACE D., Tallahassee. 
VANDERGRIFT, JOHN H., 1916 Laura St., Jacksonville. 
VETTER, PAUL, Y. M. C. A., Jacksonville. 
WALKER, GRIGGS, 509 Gilmore St., Jacksonville. 
WARNER, HENRY CLAY, 609 Swann Ave.. Tampa. 
WEBBER, NORTON P., 832 So. Boulevard, Tampa. 
WEIMER, HENRY TOWNSEND, Fernandina. 
WEST, WILBUR E., Fruitland Park. 

WHITNEY, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, 702 Oak St., Sanford. 
WILSON, ERASMUS K, 60 Central Ave., St. Augustine. 
WINTHROP, FRANCIS B., Tallahassee. 
YOUNTS. SAMUEL, Sanford. 



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GEORGIA 



ABNEY, GEORGE MORRIS, 698 N. Pope St.. Athens. 

ACKER, ERNEST H., Jr., R. F. D. No. 6, Box 149, Marietta. 

ADAMS, CHARLES D., R. D. No. 1, West Point. 

ADAMSON, RALPH WINFRED, Turin. 

AINSWORTH, WOOD C, G. H. No. 14, Ft. Oglethorpe. 

ALLING, ROGER W.. 284 Capitol Ave., Atlanta. 

ALLISON. MARSHALL L.. Lavonia. 

ANDERSON, RUFUS E.. Glennville. 

ARANT, WILLIAM DOUGLAS, 26 Albemarle Ave., Atlanta. 

ARCHER, HARTWELL D., Sparta. 

ARNOLD, ROBERT STANFORD, 102 Greenville St., Newman. 

BAGLEY, THOMAS B., 1500 Broad St., Columbus. 

BALDWIN. JAMES G., 192 Gordon St., Atlanta. 

BALLARD, DURWARD L., 1408 Norwich St., Brunswick. 

BATTLE, BUFORD D., Culloden. 

BECKHAM, W. H., 405 Connelly Bldg., Atlanta. 

BELL. FRANK G., 201— 38th St. E., Savannah. 

BERGEN, CLETUS. 808 Park Ave. E., Savannah. 

BERRY, FRANCIS FREEMAN, R. F. D. No. 1, Rome. 

BERRY. THOMAS H„ R. F. D. No. 1, Rome. 

BONNELL, C. D., 201 Bass St., Atlanta. 

BOYD, GEORGE H., Fairburn. 

BOYD. ROBERT, Adairsville. 

BOYKIN, BUFORD F., Carrollton. 

BRATTON, ANDRAL, c/o Col. T. S. Bratton, Ft. McPherson. 

BRIDWELL, FLOYD McRAE, 79 Sinclair Ave., Atlanta. 

BROOKS, OHLEN R., Jr., 23 Ira St., Atlanta. 

BROWN, ELIJAH ALEXANDER, 720 Piedmont Ave., Atlanta. 

BROWN, J. L., Statesboro. 

BROWN, JOHN W., 829 Walnut St.. Louisville. 

BROWN. LEONARD M., Lincolnton. 

BROWN, LOUIS L., Fort Valley. 

BROWN, ROBERT T., 6s Clairmont Ave., Decatur. 

BRUTON, D. F., Tifton. 

BRYAN, WILLIAM L., 1363 Oglethorpe St., Macon. 

BUCKLEY, JOHN THEODORE, 2234 Central Ave., Augusta. 

BUCKLEY. HENRY M., 441 Price St., Savannah. 

BUCKNER, LOUIS R.. R. D. No. 1, Box 8s, Savannah. 

BUFFINGTON, HERBERT E., Gen. Del., Gillsville. 

BURCH, JAMES B., 524 Clay St., Thomasville. 

BURRUSS, FRED W., 56 Euclid Ave., Atlanta. 

BURTON, DAVID FOSTER. Sparks. 

BUSSEY, LELAND S., Cuthbert. 

BUTLER. WARREN. 622 Drayton St., Savannah. 

CALLOWAY. JOHN A., Washington. 

CARPENTER, WALKER G., R. F. D. No. 6, Newman. 

CARR, THOMAS CONN, Milledgeville. 

CATES, THOMAS B., 526 Liberty St., Waynesboro. 

CHARLTON, THOMAS J., Jr., 220 Oglethorpe Ave., E.. Savannah. 

CHENEY, H. W„ Valdosta. 

CHENEY, W. O., 237 Myrtle St.. Atlanta. 

CLARK, LEWIS M., 9 W. Peachtree PI., Atlanta. 



COLE, JOHN P., P. O., Box 177, Newman. 

COLLEY, THOMAS NELSON, Grantville. 

COMER, REUBEN H., 1034 Elm Ave., Americus. 

CONNELL, ISEE LEE, Ft. Gaines. 

COOLEDGE, AURELIAN HOLMES, 62 Westminster Drive, Atlanta. 

COOPER, CHARLES H., Wynnton, Columbus. 

COOPER, FREDERICK S., c/o J. P. Cooper, Rome. 

CRAIG, FRED P., Dahlonega. 

CROCKETT, CHARLES C. Dublin. 

CUMMINGS, GUY L., Summertown. 

CURTIS, WALTER W., Box S9, Columbus. 

DALLY, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, 2633 Hamilton Ave., Columbus. 

DANIEL, HAL, 271 Central Ave., Atlanta. 

DASHER. MARION R., 337 Walker St., Augusta. 

DAVIS, ALFRED E., Columbus. 

DAVIS, JOHN S., St. Mary's. 

DONALDSON, CLARKE, 910 Peachtree Rd., Atlanta. 

DONALDSON, D., Summit. 

DONALDSON. JAMES HINES, Blackshear. 

DRAKE, ROSWELL HALL, Griffin. 

DREXEL, E. P., Tifton. 

DuBOSE, SAMUEL I., 1S61 Peachtree Rd., Atlanta. 

DUNAWAY, PAUL A., Box 83, Americus. 

DURRETT, JAMES F., 609— 13th Ave., E., Cordele. 

EDEN. LOUIS R., Senoia. 

EDWARDS, CLARKE J., Elberton. 

ELLINGTON, MILLARD D., Ellijay. 

ELLIS, WILLIAM D., 46 E. isth St., Atlanta. 

EPLAN, SAMUEL L., 306 Central Ave.. Atlanta. 

EPPES, THOMAS J.. P. O.. Box 335. Athens. 

FAIRCLOTH, GUY A., Wrightsville. 

FELKER, PAUL McDANIEL, Monroe. 

FIFE. IRWIN L., Fayetteville. 

FITTS, JAMES P., Jasper. 

FRAZER, STUART H., 209— isth St., Columbus. 

FRAZUER, FERREL HIGHTOWER, Cordele. 

FULLER, FORD P., Savannah. 

GALPHIN I. M., Jr., Hartwell. 

GARDNER, WILLIE C, Adairsville. 

GATHMAR, L. A., is 13 Whitaker St., Savannah. 

GATTMAN, LOUIS A., 1513 Whitaker St.. Savannah. 

GIBSON, WILLIS W., 404 Forest Ave., Macon. 

GILBERT, SAMUEL MILLARD, c/o Mrs. L. N. Bucholz, Dalton. 

GLEASON, G. H., 9 Central Ave., Savannah. 

GORTATOWSKY, DAVE. 432 Commerce St.. Albany. 

GREGORY, THOMAS A., Sylvester. 

GRIFFIN, JAMES R., R. F. D. No. 5. Box 31, Waycross. 

GUNN, JOHN M., 702 Lumpkin St., Cuthbert. 

HALL, ALEXANDER, Moultrie. 

HALL, THOMAS NATHANIEL, West Point. 

HAMILTON, CLAUD S., Decatur, Dekalb Co. 

HARPER, THOMAS W., Savannah. 



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HARRIS, FLETCHER W., no E. Washington St., Thomasville. 

HARROLD, THOMAS. Jr., College St., Americus. 

HARVEY. B. B., Jakin. 

HARWELL, WILLIAM D., 211 Euclid Ave., Atlanta. 

HASTINGS, HARRY S., 16 W. Mitchell St., Atlanta. 

HAWKES, WILLIAM M.. 216 W. Church St., Americus. 

HAYES, JOSEPH A., 546 E. Park Ave.. Savannah. 

HENDERSON, ALFRED L., 104 E. Hull St., Savannah. 

HENDERSON. FRANKLIN LEE, Waycross. 

HERTZ, P. E.. 360 New St.. Macon. 

HEYMAN. CHARLES S., Peachtree Rd., Atlanta. 

HIGDON, T. B.. Capital City Club, Atlanta. 

HIGGISON. JOHN J., 243 Hardeman Ave., Macon. 

HILL, ALBERT B.. 204 Water St., Washington. 

HOLLAND. LOUIS C, 21 Hood St., Atlanta. 

HOLLAND, PHILLIP BYRD, 305 Kenesaw Ave., Marietta. 

HOLLINGSWORTH. CLAYTON H.. Dover. 

HUIE. WILLIAM EMORY, College Park. 

JACKSON, FELIX W.. 119 Green St., Greenville. 

JACKSON, HENRY C, 828 Piedmont Ave., Atlanta. 

JAMES. EUGENE ROBERT. 620 N. Blvd., Atlanta. 

JEFFRESS. WILLIAM E., Jonesboro. 

JELKS. WILLIAM A.. Hawkinsville. 

JOHNSON. NUNALLY H., 308— 10th St., Columbus. 

JOHNSON, SHELTON M„ Thompson. 

JOHNSON, WALTER A., Mt. Berry. 

KEATING. JAMES M., 107 W. 38th St., Savannah. 

KELLY, HENRY G„ Monticello. 

KICKLIGHTER. EBENEZER C. GlennviUe. 

KIMBALL, TEL C. 350 Ponce de Leon Ave., Atlanta 

KISER. WILLIAM HOWELL, Jr., 17 E. Hunter St., Atlanta. 

KNIGHT, JACKSON A„ Cartersville. 

KOHLRUSS. CHRISTIAN F., 2013 Watton Way. Augusta. 

LAIRD. HENRY M. C. Roxboro Rd.. R. A., Box 185, Atlanta. 

LeFEVRE. REX W.. Sugar Valley. 

LEVY, GEORGE A.. Box 583, c/o W. M. Hannay & Co., Savannah. 

LIDDELL. EDWIN C, 100 Lovejoy St., Atlanta. 

LUCAS. WALTER M.. Waverly Hall. 

LUCK. J. K.. Covington. 

McCARTY. EUGENE E., Jr., Quitman. 

McCRARY. HARRISON S.. Jr.. 707 Monk St., Brunswick. 

McDONALD. D. B.. Quitman. 

MacDOUGALD. DANIEL. Empire Bldg., Atlanta. 

McINTOSH, DANIEL C. Blackshear. 

McKENZIE, REID H.. Moultrie. 

MACK, WORDEN E., Jefferson St., Thomasville. 

MACON, FREDERICK R.. ig W. North Ave.. Atlanta. 

MADDOX. JAMES, 204 E. 1st St., Rome. 

MALLORY. WILLIAM R.. 376 Dearing St., Athens. 

MANGUM. JOAB O.. 37 Spruce St., Atlanta. 

MARSHALL. WALTER P.. c/o Lockwood, Greene & Co., Atlanta. 

MARTIN, EMMETTE EDWARD, R. No. 1, Hilton. 

MATHEWS. ALBERT C, 923 W. Taylor St., Griffin. 

MAYO. J. E., 93 Dodd St., Atlanta. 



MILES, H. L., 106 Inman Circle, Atlanta. 

MILLER, WILLIAM D., 38 Izlar St., Waycross. 

MILLIGAN, JAY A., Boston. 

MILLIS, WALTER, 299 E. 10th St., Atlanta. 

MILLS, EDGAR W., 331 Winchester Ave., Decatur. 

MILLS. REESE, Calhoun. 

MONTAGUE, LEWIS L., Georgian Terrace Hotel, Atlanta. 

MONTFORT, DAVE THEODORIC, Reynolds. 

MONTGOMERY, JOHN A.,m W. Waldburg St., Atlanta. 

MOORE, A. D., 47 Auburn Ave.. Atlanta. 

MOORE, J. T., 114 Coleman Ave., Macon. 

MOORE, LLOYD B., 106 Cleveland Ave., Macon. 

MOORE, PRALEAU C, 2308 Barnard St., Savannah. 

MOORE, ROY WOSHAN. 168 High St., Macon. 

MOSS. BOYD C„ Toccoa. 

MULKEY, WILLIAM M., Canton. 

MURPHY, THOMAS N„ 81 Mickleberry St., Atlanta. 

NEEL, FREDERICK D., 307 South Ave., Cartersville. 

NEVIN, M. A., 42s Bedford PI., Atlanta. 

NIBLACK, EM MIT A.. Jefferson. 

NICHOLES, MORTON T., Point Peace Tree Rd.. Atlanta. 

NORMAN. JACK T., Dover. 

OLIVER. EDGAR J., 610 Estill Ave., Savannah. 

OLIVER, STANLEY M.. Elberton. 

OLIVEROS, REGINALD PHILLIPS, 124 Harris St., E., Savannah. 

OWENS. FRANK C, 754 Peachtree Rd., Atlanta. 

PALMER, SIDNEY W., Waynesboro. 

PARSONS. MURPHY COLUMBUS. 42 Ebert St., Atlanta. 

PATRICK, JAMES R., R. F. D. No. 3, Monroe. 

PEABODY, THEODORE F., 2500 Peachtree Rd., Atlanta. 

PEARSON. STEPHEN RAYMOND, R. F. D. No. 3, Richland. 

PEDRIX. LARRY E., 67 Reed St., Waycross. 

PETERS. ROBERT E., 551 E. Waldburg St.. Savannah. 

PITMAN, CARL B.. 62 Elizabeth St., Waycross. 

PLY MALE. RILEY B., Flovilla. 

RABUN. GEORGE D., Lyons. 

RAGAN, JOE S.. Gresston. 

RANSOM. EUGENE M., 1149 Broad St., Columbia. 

RANSOM. ROLAND W., Menlo. 

REDFEARN, DANIEL HUNTLEY, 1100 N. Jefferson St., Albany. 

REITER. RALPH L., 27 Selvidge St.. Dalton. 

REYNOLDS, EUGENE S., Rochelle. 

RICHARDSON. AUGUST C, Montezuma. 

RILEY. LOWRY H.. Butler. 

ROBERTS, HENRY C, Pearson. 

ROBINSON, JAMES M., Montezuma. 

ROBINSON, JOHN E., 54 Spring St., Newman. 

RODGERS, ELMER F., R. F. D. No. 2, Columbus. 

ROMEFEL, B. W., Mount Berry. 

ROSS. JULIAN E.. 112 N. Candler St., Winder. 

RUCKER. LAMAR COBB. 355 Milledge Ave.. Athens. 

RUDOLPH. M. O., Douglas. 

RUSSELL, CLIFTON P., Mount Berry. 

RUSSELL, MARVIN G., 767 Edgewood Ave., Atlanta. 



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RUSSELL. RAYMOND, in— 2d St.. Macon. 

RYLANDER. ARTHUR, 214 Tavlor St.. Americus. 

RYLE. JAMES I.. 208 W. 44th St.. Savannah. 

SCHIMEK, VACLAV M.. R. P. D. No. 4. Box IIS. Columbus. 

SCOTT, JOHN S.. Waynesboro. 

SETZE. JULIUS ADOLPHUS. 57H S. Pryor St.. Atlanta. 

SHEARER. HARRY J., 2217 Central Ave.. Augusta. 

SHEEHAN, DANIEL J.. 409 E. Gordon St.. Savannah. 

SIXES. MATTHEW B.. Alamo. 

SILER, GILMER. 94 Oak St., Atlanta. 

SIMPSON. HOMER M.. 206 Lee St., Atlanta. 

SKINNER. LOUIS I.. Martinez. 

SMITH, BISHOP. 49 W. 4th St., Atlanta. 

SMITH, JAMES M., 76 Brewer St., Waycross. 

SMITH, M. B., c/o Elks Club. Atlanta. 

SMITH, MARION, 21 West St.. Atlanta. 

SMITH, MARTIN G.. Trenton. 

SMITH, OSCAR, Nelson. 

SNEDECKER. LEO W.. 1120 E. 33d St.. Savannah. 

SPALDING, HUGHES, Empire Bldg., Atlanta. 

SPALDING, JACK J., Jr., lOioHurt Bldg., Atlanta. 

SPENCE, ROBERT E., Albany. 

STANLEY, KELLER, 201 W. Harris St., Savannah. 

STAPLER, ALBERT B., Metter. 

STARKE, J. L.. 329 Lee St., Atlanta. 

STOKES, THOMAS L., 749 Ponce de Leon Ave., Atlanta. 

STONE, HARRY R., 186 St. Clair Ave., Atlanta. 

STRICKLAND, EDWARD, Jr., 9 Bartow St., Cartersville. 

STRONG, CHARLES D., 14 W. Jones St., Savannah. 

STRUBBE, WILLIAM B., 1120 E. Park Ave., Savannah. 

TANNER, CHARLIE N., Jr., 17 Dixie St., Carrolton. 

THOMAS, ALEX. A., 410 Broughton St., W. Savannah. 



THOMAS, DONALD G„ 672 Spring St., Atlanta. 

THOMAS. GEORGE N., 1105— 5th Ave., Columbus. 

THOMPSON, ANDREW P., c/o H. B. Thompson, 631 Ponce de Leon 

Ave., Atlanta. 
THOMPSON, IRA M„ R. F. D. 1. Waco. 
THOMPSON, WORDLAW BUREN, R. P. D. 1. Waco. 
TINDALL, FRANK C. 460 Napier Ave., Macon. 
TYE, BENJAMIN W„ Trust Co. of Georgia Bldg., Atlanta. 
UNGER. LEONARD. 314 E. Oglethorpe Ave., Savannah. 
VAN, GOIDTSNOVEN, EMILE, 17 East 9th St.. Atlanta. 
VAN PELT, JOSEPH K. T., 1712 Hurt Bldg. Atlanta. 
VINSON, FLEMING GEORGE. 217 West 34th St., Savannah. 
WARD, JAMES F., Waynesboro. 

WATSON, FRANCIS HOBBS, 116 Auburn Ave., Atlanta. 
WEAVER, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, 818 Piedmont Ave., Atlanta. 
WEAVER, LAMAR, R. No. 8, Rome. 
WEEKLY, ROBERT HENRY, 144 Traup St., Augusta. 
WELCH, J. N., Box 32, Washington. 
WELSH, MELVILLE S., 7" Church St., Marietta. 
WELLBORN, JOHN P., R. D. 3, Decatur. 
WEST, LINTON B., 51 1 College St., Cuthbert. 

WESTBROOK, EDISON C, Ga. State College ol Agriculture, Athens. 
WIER, AUGUSTUS LYTHGOE, 629 Hill St., Athens. 
WILLIAMS, LEE H.. Hull. 
WILLIAMS, THOMAS A., Sylvania. 
WILSON, EWING, 1182 West Woods, Decatur. 
WINN, TALMAGE S., Pearson. 
WOODALL. JAMES F., Woodland. 
WRIGHT, CHARLES B., 7 E. 8th St., Atlanta. 
WRINKER, S. L., Box 1218, Savannah. 
YOUMANNS, KING S.. Lyons. 



HAWAII 



EDWARDS, G. M., Helens Court, Adams Lane, Honolulu. 
FARRINGTON, JOSEPH R., 1807 Anapuni St., Honolulu. 
GALT, CHARLES L., c/o Hawaiian Trust Co., Honolulu. 
GILLIN, E. T., Paia, Maui, T. H. 



LEMKE, PAUL GEORGE, 1758 Luso St., Honolulu. 
THURSTON, LORRIN P., 130 Bates St., Honolulu. 
TOWNSLEY, PAUL H., Wailuku, Maui, T. H. 
VON HOLT, RONALD K., P. 0. Box 624, Honolulu. 



IDAHO 



BABCOCK, FRED J., 912 Fifth St., Cceur d'Alene. 
BALDERSTON, WILLIAM, 513 North 6th St.. Boise. 
BALL, ALFRED HARVEY. Box 163, Boise. 
BARTLETT, DONALD S.. 404 Fourth Ave., Lewiston. 
BECKWITH. ROBERT W., Montpelier. 
BIRD, BRANCH, Box 990, Pocatello. 
BROWN, JOHN HICKMAN, Box 644. Nampa. 
BROWN. THEODORE S., Potlatch. 
BURNETT, GROVER, Mackay. 
CALL, JOSEPH CLARENCE, Bancroft. 
CHRISTENSON, ANDREW MARTIN, Laclede. 
CLEARE, STANLEY J., 358 North Hayes Ave., Pocatello. 



DENNING, STEWART KEEPER, S. 320 Almond St., Moscow. 

DONART, HUGO ELWIN, 1215 Sherman St., Cceur d'Alene. 

DURHAM, DAVID, Pocatello. 

ELAM, LAUREL ELMER, 1213 Grove St., Boise. 

ELLIOTT. THOMAS A., Genesee. 

EVERETT, EVAR RAY, R. F. D. 4, Jerome. 

PARIS, HERVEY SAMUEL, Southwick. 

FAVRE, CLARENCE E., Cambridge. 

FINEGAN, EDWARD P., 521 No. 6th St., Boise. 

FIX, WILLIAM H.. 620 Third Ave., Lewiston. 

FOESTER, HALLARD W., Nampa. 

FOLEY, CARROLL M„ Stanley. 



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FORWARD, DONALD D., New Plymouth. 

FREDERICKSON. AMBROSE M., Potlatch. 

HAIGHT, HECTOR C, Oakley. 

HALLAN, CLYDE N.. 826 W. 6th St., Moscow. 

HANSEN CARLYLE D.. Roselake. 

HANSON, L. D., Boise. 

HARMON, GEORGE ANDREW, Box 27, Rigby. 

HENDRY, ALBERT W., Inkom. 

HINKLEY, FRANCIS W., 6 Harrison Ave., Pocatello. 

HOUSER, HERBERT J., 1018 Main St., Pocatello. 

HUFFAKER. NEAL M., Ridge Ave., Idaho Falls. 

JOHNSON. AMBROSE W., R. F. D. 1, Idaho Falls. 

KELLY, EUGENE A.. 1324 State St., Boise. 

KING, RALPH HOWARD, 301 South 9th St., Nampa. 

LAURENSON, CHARLES, Downey. 

LINDSEY, JAMES MILTON. 321 Bannock St., Boise. 

McCREA, J. H., 413 So. 2nd Ave., Sandpoint. 

McGRATH, LEE M., Lamont. 

MCLAUGHLIN, GEORGE S., 14s S. Garfield Ave., Pocatello. 

McNAIR, JAMES S., Post Falls. 

MAGINNIS, THOMAS J., Pocatello. 

MILLER, EDWARD T., Black Lake. 



MILLER, ROBERT R.. 214 Pine St.. Wallace. 

MULHALL, E. B., Grangeville. 

OAKES, CLYDE C, Eden. 

ORR, JOHN D.. 2105 Ellis St., Boise. 

PETERSON, OSCAR T., Picabo. 

PLASTINO, FELIX A., Idaho Falls. 

RASMUSSEN, AARON F., Rexburg. 

RICE, EUGENE W., R. F. D. I, Nampa. 

ROBERTSON, W. E., Glenns Ferry. 

SCOTT, FRANK M., Nampa. 

SPRUNT, WILLIAM H., Whitney. 

STRONG, GEORGE A., Priest River. 

STRONG, RALPH LEE, Box 48, Elk City. 

TAPPAN, GEORGE L., R. R. 1, Emmett. 

THUYN, JOSEPH K., Moore. 

TOBIN, MAURICE C, Kellogg. 

TRAVIS, R. R„ R. R. 2, Parma. 

TURLETON. DELMAR H., Emmett. 

WATT, ROSS W., Burley. 

WORTHEN. GEORGE W., Rexburg. 

WORTHWINE. OSCAR WILLIAM, 610 Overland Bldg., Boise. 



ILLINOIS 



ABNEY, M. D., Sullivan. 

ACKERBURG, HARRY A., 1462 Berwyn Ave., Chicago. 

ADAMS, C. W., Hoffman Specialty Co., 130 N. Wells St.. Chicago. 

ADAMS, HUGH R.. 700 Linden Ave., Oak Park. 

ADAMS, LEON F., 2832 Fulton St., Chicago. 

ADAMS, WILLIAM W., 3232 Jackson Blvd., Chicago. 

ADKINS, GEORGE A., 4713 N. Winchester Ave., Chicago. 

ADLER, JOSEPH L., 57 10 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago. 

AICHELE, WILLIAM FREDERICK, 3319 S. 4th St., Shelbyville. 

ALEXANDER, WALTON G., 909 Monroe St., Charleston. 

ALFIN, C. F. W., 6417 St. Laurence Ave., Chicago. 

ALLAN, ROBERT H., Winchester. 

ALLEN, DAVID E., 714 Greenleaf Ave., Wilmette. 

ALLEN, FRANK W., 20s Taylor Ave., Oak Park. 

ALLING, WILLIAM K., 1102 Maple Ave., Evanston. 

ALLMAN, NICHOLAS J.. 108 S. La Salle St., Chicago. 

AMES, CARLTON C, Grays Lake. 

AMMENTORP, GEORGE C, 311s Augusta St., Chicago. 

ANDERSEN, WILLIAM A., 1138 North Ayres Ave., Chicago. 

ANDERSON, CARL B., 1157 E. 62d St., Chicago. 

ANDERSON, HAROLD GUTHRIE, 7308 Sangamon St., Chicago. 

ANDERSON, HAROLD J., 405 N. 8th St., Maywood. 

ANDERSON, JAMES C, 4606 N. Robey St., Chicago. 

ANDERSON, MacGREGOR S., 4051 Sheridan Rd., Chicago. 

ANDERSON, NORMAN W., 75" East End Ave., Chicago. 

ANDERSON, WALTER H., 218 S. Court St., Rockville. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM M., 551 N. 24th St., East St. Louis. 

ANDRAE, NECKER W., 140 S. Dearborn St., Chicago. 

ANGELL, JAMES W., 1314 E. S8th St., Chicago. 



ANGLIM. DANIEL W., 8158 Cornell West, Chicago. 
ANDREWS. EDWIN LEE, 1030 Byron St., Chicago. 
ANDREWS, JOHN H., 503 N. Randolph St., Champaign. 
ANDREWS, ROSCOE C, 1212 Lafayette Ave., Mattoon. 
APPEL, ROBERT G., 6842 Normal Ave., Chicago. 
APPLE, CHARLES H.. R. R. No. 2, Peoria. 
ARBUCKLE. GROVER S., 6032 Winthrop Ave., Chicago. 
ARCHBOLD, HAROLD H., 337 N. Oak St., Brookfield. 
ARMBRUST, JOHN THEODORE, 1218 Elmdale Ave., Chicago. 
ARMOUR, CHARLES R., 1421 Chestnut St., Rockford. 
ARNESON, HARRY G., 5631 Dakin St., Chicago. 
ASHCRAFT, FRANKLIN D., Greenville. 
ASHDOWN, EDWARD H., Port Byron. 
ATWATER, JOHN M., 6824 Harper Ave., Chicago. 
AVERY, NORMAN K., 307 Bigelow Ave., Peoria. 
AYRES, CARL L., 811 Eastwood Ave., Chicago. 
BACH MAN, PAUL H., 1024 W. Wood St., Decatur. 
BACKMAN, CARL E., 188 N. Kellogg St., Galesburg. 
BAHE, KENNETH E., 1812— 18 Austin Ave., Chicago. 
BAIAR, HARRY SANDUSKY, Box No. 731. Johnston City. 
BAILEY, EARL W., Decatur. 
BAILEY. GEORGE D., R. F. D. No. 28, Cantrall. 
BAILY, FISGER CORLIES, 826 Lincoln Ave., Winnetka. 
BAKER, FRANK EMMETT, 214 S. 4th St., Springfield. 
BAKER, KENNETH F., 4115 Indiana Ave., Chicago. 
BALLARD, E. EUGENE, 1033 Railway Exchange. Chicago. 
BARAGLIA, VICTOR A., 2609 Superior St., Chicago. 
BARD, PHARES T., 1218 Harmon St., Danville. 
BARNES, LISTER A., 113 S. Center St., Joliet. 



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BARNES. WILLIAM C, 447 Powers Lane, Decatur. 

BARRETT, JAMES WILLIAM, Jr., 5349 Sheridan Rd., Chicago. 

BARRETT, LAWRENCE P., 513 S. nth St., Springfield. 

BARRON, RAYMOND M., R. F. D. No. 2, Newark. 

BARTELLS, HENRY H., 389 W. Haile St., Bushnell. 

BARTOS, BOHUSLAV, 1900 S. Leavitt St., Chicago. 

BATES, LEW W., 1229 N. Court St., Rockford. 

BATES, MILFORD B., 543 S. Main St., Taylorville. 

BATHO, WILLIAM F., 3713 Broadway, Chicago. 

BAUER, OSCAR, Jr.. 411 Briar PI., Chicago. 

BAUMGARTNER, GROVER K., R. R. No. 3, Havana. 

BEAR, LEE M., Monticello. 

BECK, ROBERT J., 519 Park Ave., Rockford. 

BECKER, LOUIS A., 535— 1st S. Blvd., Centralia. 

BECKHAM, DAVID L., 7549 S. Emerald Ave., Chicago. 

BEHN. HERBERT H., Park Ridge. 

BEHRLE, LEO ALEXIUS, 600 S. Scoville Ave.. Oak Park. 

BELDON, BERT SEWARD, 601 W. 5th St.. Bloomington. 

BELLAMY, PAUL, 1121 Hinman Ave., Evanston. 

BELLOWS, DUNCAN G., 2639 Sheridan Rd., Zion City. 

BENESH, MATTHEW E., 1448 S. Hamlin Ave., Chicago. 

BENSON, CLARENCE W., 2102 Humboldt Bldg.. Chicago. 

BENTE, SAUNDERS H., 120 Hill St., Elgin. 

BERNARD, JOSEPH A., 5061 Brighton PI., East St. Louis. 

BERNSTEIN, JOSEPH, 3106 Lincoln Ave., Chicago. 

BERNSTEIN, WILLIAM, 750 Independence Blvd., Chicago. 

BEROLZHEIMER, LEON J., 6445 University Ave., Chicago. 

BERRY, HARRY J., 319 Kedzie St., Evanston. 

BERRY. JAMES H„ Pleasant Hill. 

BERRYMAN, ORUS K., Scottville. 

BERTRAND, EDWARD J., 5453 Magnolia Ave., Chicago. 

BETTLEDORF, P. H., 7444 Kimbark Ave., Chicago. 

BETZ, ROSCOE RICHARD, Oswego. 

BIGLER, HARRY E., 908 W. Illinois St., Urbana. 

BILLINGS, EUGENE DOUGLAS, 18 W. Marquette Rd., Chicago. 

BINDER, OSWALD LESLIE, 133 S. 4th St., Aurora. 

BITTERMAN, FERDINAND J., 510 Lime St., Joliet. 

BLAIR, WILLIAM McCORMICK, 1416 Astor St., Chicago. 

BLEDSOE, CECIL L., Sheldon. 

BLISS, GEORGE G., 1353 E. 50th St.. Chicago. 

BLISS, VINCENT R., 5235 Cornell Ave., Chicago. 

BLODGETT, HARLOW H., 1322 Grey St., Chicago. 

BLOOM, GEORGE J., 2902 N. Troy St., Chicago. 

BLOW, GEORGE W.. La Salle. 

BOCK, RICHARD G., 2644 Komensky Ave., Chicago. 

BOCKSTRUCK, HERMAN F., R. F. D. No. 1, Upper Alton. 

BOECKER, BERNARD B., Naperville. 

BOECKER, P. H., Naperville. 

BOEKE, CHARLES L., Lena. 

BONHAM, FRANK 0., R. F. D. No. 3, Tuscola. 

BOOTH, ANDREW G., 1727 W. 100th Place, Chicago. 

BOOTH, FRED S., 7538 Eggleston Ave., Chicago. 

BOOTH, MORRIS F., 4959 Lake Park Ave., Chicago. 

BORAH, LOCO W., Fairfield. 



BORROFF, CHARLES A., 6505 Kenwood Ave., Chicago. 

BOSWELL, THOMAS E.. 6817 Perry Ave., Chicago. 

BOTTOMLEY, RAY M., 2 S. Line St., DuQuoin. 

BOUMA, EDWARD, 38 W. 107th St., Pullman Sta., Chicago. 

BOWER, WILLIAM H., 115 Wabash Ave., Carthage. 

BOWLING, RALPH M„ 933— 34th Ave., Rock Island. 

BOXLEY, JEROME D., 842 Gait St., Chicago. 

BOYD, ROLAND H„ Sheffield. 

BOYD, SEROLE R., 141 S. 9th St., Monmouth. 

BOYDEN, WILLIAM C, 725 Pine St., Winnetka. 

BOYLE, MALCOLM J., 1660 Clifton Park Ave., Chicago. 

BOYNTON, HAROLD D., 317 Downer Place, Aurora. 

BRACKE, ROBERT F., 2422 N. Kildare Ave., Chicago. 

BRAMNER, JOSEPH E., 4728 N. Ashland Ave., Chicago. 

BRANCH, EDWARD C, 3137 Ivison Ave., Berwyn. 

BRAUDE, 1 149 Independence Blvd., Chicago. 

BRECKENRIDGE, FRANK PROVOST, 4465 Berkley Ave., Chicago. 

BRECOUNT, PERRY, 260 E. King St., Decatur. 

BREMNER, VINCENT A., 901 Forquer St., Chicago. 

BRENNER, FLOYD EDWARD, R. F. D. No. 3, Box No. 38, Rankin. 

BRENNER, GEORGE J., 5448 Lakewood Ave., Chicago. 

BRENNER, SAMUEL H., 172 W. Van Buren St., Chicago. 

BREVITT, WILLIAM JAMES, 312 W. Stanton St., Streator. 

BREWBAKER, CHARLES EARL, Altamont. 

BREY, HAROLD E., 2802 Ezekiel St., Zion City. 

BRIDGE, GEORGE R., 570 Milburn St., Evanston. 

BRILL, GEORGE M., 6539 Howard Ave., Chicago. 

BRINKMAN, WILLIAM FRED, 4357 Kenmore Ave., Chicago. 

BRINTON, CHARLES W., 1400 E. 53d St., Chicago. 

BROCKMAN, CORNELIUS EDWARD, 14 N. State St., Jerseyville. 

BROSSEAU, PIERRE, 559 Surf St., Chicago. 

BROWN, CARLYSLE G., Chicago. 

BROWN, EDWARD W., Jr., 1042 W. State St.. Jacksonville. 

BROWN, IRVING L., 409 S. 1st St., Rockford. 

BROWN, JULIUS, 1528 W. 12th St., Chicago. 

BROWNING, ALBERT N., 804 Garfield Ave., Belvidere. 

BROWNING, THOMAS S., Benton. 

BRUNNEMEYER, HENRY RAQUET, 215 Seminary Ave., Aurora. 

BRYANT, ROBERT ALFRED, 143 S. Ashland Ave., La Grange. 

BRYCE, ALAN THOMAS, Springfield. 

BUCHANAN, JOHN D., 738 E. Boston Ave., Monmouth. 

BUCK, CARROLL, 239 Lorel Ave., Chicago. 

BUCKINGHAM, MARK A., Alto Pass. 

BUCKLER, JOHN L.. Brocton. 

BUCKLEY, PATRICK F., 1340 Marquette Bldg., Chicago. 

BUDELIER, HARRY E., 1920 E. 7th St., Rock Island. 

BULFER, AUGUSTINE, 2021— 5th St., Peru. 

BULLMAN, STEPHEN EARL, Bunker Hill. 

BUNCH, GEORGE L., Assumption. 

BURGSTON, CLYDE H.. 836— 15th St., Moline. 

BURKE, JOHN A., 601 W. Clark St., Champaign. 

BURKHART, HARRY L., 652 Western Ave.. Blue Island. 

BURNHAM, IRA Y., R. R. No. 2, Industry. 

BURNHAM, SIDNEY W., 808 W. University Ave.. Channahon. 



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BURROWS, CLEMENT E., 5103 Hutchinson Ave., Chicago. 

BURTEL, ERNEST A., Glenarm. 

BURTON, THOMAS C, Batavia. 

BUSHONVILLE, LESLIE F., 1000 Drake Ave., Chicago. 

BUTLER, ROLAND G., 505 S. Ray St., Urbana. 

CABLE, CHAUNCEY J., 5220 Blackstone Ave., Chicago. 

CALO, PHILLIP E., 1235 McCormick Bldg., Chicago. 

CAMPBELL, ALDEN R„ Mason City. 

CAMPBELL, DAVID T., 1008—25 East Jackson Blvd., Chicago. 

CAMPBELL, FLOYD D., c/o G. Earl Wisbern, Carpenterville. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN M., 4342 Sheridan Rd., Chicago. 

CANTRALL, E. E., 208 Ferg. Bldg., Springfield. 

CANTWELL, FRANK E., 700 Columbus Ave., Oak Park. 

CARLSON, BERTRAND E., 36— Sth Ave., St. Charles. 

CARLSON, C. E., 10939 State St., Chicago. 

CARLSON, REUBEN G., 5836 Wayne Ave., Chicago. 

CARLTON, CLAUDE C, Carthage. 

CARNAHAN, ROSCOE J., Freeport. 

CARROLL, EDWARD C, 222 N. W., Grand Blvd., Springfield. 

CASANOV, LOU CHARLES, 342s W. 15th St., Chicago. 

CASE, WARREN, 1017 W. College St., Jacksonville. 

CASEY, AUGUSTUS B., 514 Washington Ave., Wilmette. 

CASHMAN, EDWARD EVERETT, 1202 N. Munroe St., Peoria. 

CASSELS, EDWIN H., 7S0 Bluff St., Glencoe. 

CASTLE, KARL E., 2944 Broadway, Chicago. 

CATTON, WALTER C, Toulon. 

CAVANAGH, JAMES C, 506 Madison St., Oak Park. 

CAVE, HARRY E„ 517 S. Wells St., Chicago. 

CHAMBERLAIN, KLEE A„ Erie & St. Clair Sts., Chicago. 

CHAMPLEY, JAMES T., Witt. 

CHANDLER, GEORGE LaVERNE, 91 Chicago Ave., Hinsdale. 

CHANEY, THERON B., 131 2 Governor St., Springfield. 

CHAPMAN, GEORGE A., 1405 N. La Salle St., Chicago. 

CHASE, EDWIN W., 722 Wheaton Ave., Wheaton. 

CHENEY, H. L., 841 Ainslie St., Chicago. 

CHENEY, JOSEPH MERRIAM, 6044 Stoney Island Ave., Chicago. 

CHILD, LEWIS, 2022 W. 68th St., Chicago. 

CHRIST, ROBERT J., 5408 East View Park. Chicago. 

CHRISTENSON, EMUN P., 1621 W. Division St., Chicago. 

CLAMPITT, EDWIN J., 1121 Central Ave., Wilmette. 

CLARK, D. C, 6565 Yale Ave., Chicago. 

CLARK, HAROLD J.. 2340 Hartray Ave., Evanston. 

CLARKE, WALTER JAMES, 404 Daniel St., Chamjjaign. 

CLIFFORD, WOODBRIDGE K., Orion, Henry Co. 

CLOW, KENT S., Lake Forest. 

CLOW, RAYMOND F., 2728 N. Sayre Ave., Chicago. 

COBB, EUCLID, Monmouth. 

COCHRAN, CHARLES B., 40s S. Market St., Marion. 

COCORAN. CHARLES G.. 508 N. Eastern Ave., Joliet. 

CODY, CLEMENT DELWYN. 1243 W. Garfield Blvd., Chicago. 

COHEN, ISADORE. 3650 Lexington St., Chicago. 

COHEN, L. A., n S. La Salle St.. Chicago. 

COHEN, LOUIS BENJAMIN. 92 \ State St.. Peoria. 

COLE. L. B.. Comet Auto Co.. Decatur. 



COLLINS, AMOS MORRIS, 1714 Leland Ave., Chicago. 

COBffRIN, JAMES A., -Its Roosevelt, Kewanee. 

COMP, VERNE D., Plainfield. 

CONKLIN, ASA B., 359 Seminary Ave., Aurora. 

CONKLIN, PAUL S., Roscoe. 

CONRAD, JOHN W., 902 Madison St., Charleston. 

CONROYD, WILLIAM A., 3327 Walnut St., Chicago. 

CONWAY, CLEMENT T., 2607 Walton St., Chicago. 

COOK, ARTHUR, 618 N. Prairie St., Jacksonville. 

COOK, JOHN MANCHESTER, 5225 Blackstone Ave., Chicago. 

COOKE, EDWIN H., Bloomington. 

COOLEY, HARLAN W., 5318 Greenwood Ave., Chicago. 

COONEY, WILLIAM J., 5408 Washington Blvd., Chicago. 

COOPER, H. L., 1510 S. 10th St., Charleston. 

CORMACK, JOSEPH CLARENCE, 49s Greenleaf Ave., Glencoe. 

CORNWELL, MAX F., 6237 Woodlawn Ave.. Chicago. 

CORWIN, E. L., Playford Mfg. Co., Elgin. 

COTTA, RALPH L., 719 N. Church St., Rockford. 

COURTNEY, JAMES D., 322 S. 15th St., Mt. Vernon. 

COWAN, JAMES H. P., Hyde Park Hotel. Chicago. 

COWELL, MARK W., Peoria. 

COX, L. H., Baldwin. 

CRAIG, DUDLEY P., 4636 W. Adams St., Chicago. 

CRAIG, JAMES A., 4457 N. Raune Ave., Chicago. 

CRAINE, MAURICE A., 218 S. W. 3d St., Galva. 

CRAVEN, LESLIE, 319 Dempster St., Evanston. 

CRAWFORD, CHARLES L., 624 N. Court St., Rockford. 

CRAWFORD, G. C, 4063 Sheridan Rd., Chicago. 

CRAWFORD. JAMES LOUIS, 702 S. McArthur St., Macomb. 

CRAWLEY, ARTHUR L., 414 Illinois Ave., Peoria. 

CROFTS, HARRIS CARSON, 502 N. sth Ave., La Grange. 

CRUM, ROYCE E., Beardstown. 

CULLIN, VICTOR, 423 S. Main St., Taylorville. 

CUMMINGS, LESLIE, 3130 Irving Ave., Berwyn. 

CUMMINGS, JOHN J., 1925 S. Turner Ave., Chicago. 

CUMMINS, HENRY CLINTON, 4723 Kenwood Ave., Chicago. 

CUNNINGHAM, CLARENCE E., Murrayville. 

CUNNINGHAM, CORTLANDT B., 4646 N. Racine Ave.. Chicago. 

CUNNINGHAM, HAROLD JOSEPH, 423 E. 48th Place, Chicago. 

CUNNINGHAM, STERLING R., Bismarck. 

CUNNINGHAM, S. S., 1036 Forest Ave., Wilmette. 

CUNNINGHAM, THOMAS A., Rossville. 

CURRAN, JOHN MATTHEW, 5334 Indiana Ave., Chicago. 

CURRAN, WM. J., 1700 Washington Blvd., Chicago. 

CUTLER, MARSHALL B., Cottage & Western Aves., Glen Ellyn. 

DAHL, OSCAR, 1525 N. Karlov Ave., Chicago. 

DAHL, ERNEST A., Glencoe. 

DALE, DOUGLAS E., 418 Center St., Edwardsville. 

DALTON, JOHN E., 14 W. Garfield Blvd., Chicago. 

DANIEL, PAUL W., McLeansboro. 

DAVIES, J. H., 1647 Jackson Bldg., Chicago. 

DAVIS. CLYDE J., 206 Pulaski St.. Lincoln. 

DAVIS, THOMAS V.. Jr., 605— 26th St., Rock Island. 

DAVISON, EDWARD H., 402 E. Walnut St., Bloomington. 



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DAY. CHARLES H., 206 Waverly Ave., Peoria. 
DECKER. EARL L., 2508 Michigan Ave., Chicago. 
DECKER, EDWARD N., c/o Fiske Rubber Co., Chicago. 
DECKER, E. R., 313 S. Jefferson St., Peoria. 
De LESS. JOHN R., Clayton. 

De MANGE, RALPH CHARLES, 102 Fairview Ave.. Bloomington. 
DESENBERG. MILFORD, Cooper Carlton Hotel, Chicago. 
DICKSON, WILLIAM R., 1323 E. 57th St., Chicago. 
DIGHTON, JOHN N„ Monticello. 

DIGRE, ANDREW E., 1109 Greenleaf Ave., Wilmette. 
DIVINE, ELEAZER R., Sycamore. 
DODGE, P. C, in W. Monroe St., Chicago. 

DOHERTY, WILFRED M., 116 W. Main St.. St. Charles, Chicago. 
DONALDSON, JACOB C, 318 N. Latrobe Ave., Chicago. 
DOSTER, RAYMOND A., 6337 Wayne Ave., Chicago. 
DOTY, HENRY F., Highland Park. 

DOUGHERTY, EDWIN WALLACE, 1043 E. Broadway, Monmouth. 
DOUGLASS, RALPH, Jr.. 607 Garnsey Ave., Joliet. 
DOWD, JOHN MATHEY, Fisher. 

DOWDLE, RAYMOND R., 3010 Washington Blvd., Chicago. 
DOWNS. EUGENE LAWRENCE, 622 W. 71st St., Chicago. 
DOWNS, MYRON D., 250 Ashland Ave., River Forest. 
DRESSEL, HARRY B., 2200 Irving Park Blvd.. Chicago. 
DREW. ROBERT S., 824 Milburn St., Evanston. 
DRUMMOND, GEORGE W., 520 Bryant Ave., Chicago. 
DRURY. WILLIAM T., 5544 Emerald Ave., Chicago. 
DRYNAN. ARTHUR CHARLES, 1131 E. 62d St., Chicago. 
DUCKER, WILLIAM H., Jr., 5414 East View Park, Chicago. 
DUDYCHA, HAROLD E., 1138 S. Lombard Ave., Oak Park. 
DUFFY, LAMBERT A., 9119 Exchange Ave., Chicago. 
Du FRAIN, FRANK J., 13s Cottage Hill, Elmhurst. 
DUNBAR, HAROLD LESLIE, Box No. 104. Winnetka. 
DUNCAN, HARRY D., Litchfield. 
DUNCAN, NICHOLAS V., 630— 3d St., La Salle. 
DUNLAP, LEONARD E., 703 W. Washington Blvd., Urbana. 
DUNN, FORREST A., Aledo. 
Du VALL, RALPH W., 4217 Broadway, Chicago. 
EADS, HENRY CHESTER, Arthur. 
EARLY, BENJAMIN B., 109 W. State St., Rockford. 
EARLY, DWIGHT H., 632 Woodbine Ave., Oak Park. 
EARLY, JOHN, 1719 Hinman Ave., Evanston. 
EARP, F. LOUIS, Monmouth. 

EATON, SAMUEL W., 305 Normal Ave., Normal. 
EBERLY, E. W., Decatur. 

ECKART, HAROLD CROCKER. 1323 E. Washington St.. Blooming- 
ton. 
EDEL, EDWARD F., 2515 — 6th Ave.. Moline. 
EDWARDS, CLARENCE M., 1352 Whittier Ave., Springfield. 
EDWARDS, HAROLD M., 1107 W. Oregon St., Urbana. 
EDWARDS, JAMES ELLIS, 218 N. Central Ave., Austin, Chicago. 
EDWARDS, JAMES E., 223 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago. 
EGGLESTON, CHARLES CLARK, Toledo. 
EL, CARL W., 1515 N. Campbell Ave., Chicago. 
ELDEAN, FERDINAND AUGUST, 1847— 10th St., Moline. 



ELWELL, DANIEL W., 719 S. Elm St., Champaign. 

EMERICH, CARL M., Park Ridge. 

ENOS. REX E.. 753 S. Greenwood Ave., Kankakee. 

ENRIGHT. MICHAEL WILLIAM, 5752 S. Wood St.. Chicago 

ERDMANN, ROY ALFRED, Geneseo. 

ERVIN, IVAN BAILEY, Coulterville. 

ETSHOKIN, S., Kewanee. 

ETTELSON, L. S., 4642 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago. 

EVANS, HOWARD, 1942 Estes Ave., Chicago. 

EVANS, KEITH J., c/o Joseph T. Ryerson & Son, Chicago. 

EXCELL, STEWART W., 6724 Dorchester Ave., Chicago. 

FAIRCLOTH, SAMUEL E., 325 North Ave., Aurora. 

FAIRMAN, CHARLES P., 3112 Leveratt Ave., Alton. 

FAGAN, WILLIAM L., R. R. No. 4, Springfield. 

FAHERTY, CHARLES L., 2735 Pine Grove Ave., Chicago. 

FAHS, LESLIE G., 1942 Estes Ave., Chicago. 

FARTHING, CHESTER H., 1512 Summit Ave.. East St. Louis. 

FAST, EMMETT EMERSON, Princeville. 

FAULKNER, FAY E., 618 E. Church St., Champaign. 

FAUNTLEROY, GORDON, Gen. Del., Geneva. 

FAYERT, LOUIS E., 1201 S. 4th St., Springfield. 

FELL, EDGAR A., 516 — 6th St., Rochelle. 

FILLER, PAUL A., 6942 Stewart Ave., Chicago. 

FISHER, CHARLES E., Keensburg. 

FISHER, HAROLD P., 601 Diversey Parkway, Chicago. 

FISKE, EARL L., 10339 S. Wood St.. Chicago. 

FIRKINS, BRUCE J., Rollo. 

FITZGERALD, WILLIAM J., 118— 1st St., Highland Park. 

FLEIGNER, CARL G., 2819 Logan Bldg., Chicago. 

FLEMING. MALCOLM, 40 Bellevue Place, Chicago. 

FLETCHER, FREEMAN, Morrison. 

FLETCHER, S. S.. Staunton. 

FLOOD, JAMES D., 5414 East View Park, Chicago. 

FLOOD, LEO J., 407 E. North St., Jacksonville. 

FOOTE, MASON S., 6636 Kenwood Ave., Chicago. 

FORAN, JOSEPH, 718 Oneida St., Joliet. 

FORD, JOHN F., 6715 S. Peoria St., Ghicago. 

FORT, WILLIAM H., 931 Foster Ave.. Chicago. 

FOSTER, SAMUEL R., Alexis. 

FOSTER, VOLNEY ALBERT, Rosemary & Washington Rds.. Lake 

Forest. 
FOX, JOHN RUSSELL, 1326 Fargo Ave., Chicago. 
FOX, PAUL M., 4200 Irving Park Boulevard, Chicago. 
FRIEDMAN, MAURICE L., 946 Oak St., Winnetka. 
FULLER, REX GEORGE, 1346 W. 64th St., Chicago. 
FUTTERER, WOLFRAM A., 514 Fullerton Parkway, Chicago. 
GALLACHER, CHRIS, c/o Goodman Mfg. Co., Halsted St. & 48th PI., 

Chicago. 
GALLOWAY, WILLIAM M., 444 S. Waiola Ave., La Grange. 
GALT, PAUL T., Jr., 1207 W. 3d St., Sterling. 
GANGWISH, FRED W., 1401 Van Buren St.. Litchfield. 
GARDNER, LLOYD H., McLean. 
GARDNER, MILBURN, Martin. 
GARNER, CLARENCE LEON, 5946 Princeton Ave., Chicago. 



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GARRISON, AMOR J.. 3839 Southport Ave., Chicago. 

GAVIN, JOHN EDWARD, 616 N. Lockwood Ave., Chicago. 

GAYLORD, RAYMOND EVERETT, 330 S. Madison Ave., La Grange. 

GEHRIG, 0. T.. Pekin. 

GENTLES, THOMAS T„ 5131 Kenwood Ave.. Chicago. 

GEORGE, EDWARD C, 2137 Sherman Ave.. Evanston. 

GEORGES, HERMAN, 1320 Sedgwick Ave., Chicago. 

GERSHENOW, FRANK SERGE. s6n Fulton St., Chicago. 

GESLER, LEONARD W., 2419 Park Place, Evanston. 

GHER, RALPH G., Allendale. 

GIBERSON, LESTER B., Roadhouse. 

GIBSON. CHARLES RANNELLS, Franklin. 

GIFFNEY ROBERT A., 1069 W. Harrison St., Chicago. 

GILLILAND, ROBERT. 106 Clark St., Peoria. 

GILLIS, MACK EVERETT, 1632—72 W. Adams St., Chicago. 

GIRHARD, RICHARD M., Newton. 

GLADSTONE. MYER H., 4940 Champlain Ave., Chicago. 

GLADSTONE. S., 1107 S. Sacramento Bldg., Chicago. 

GLASER, ARTHUR F., 3133 Archer Ave., Chicago. 

GLASER, MORRIS R., Rosemon Lodge, Glencoe. 

GLENN. RAY K., R. R. No. 3. Box No. 80, Belle River. 

GLOSSER. CLIFFORD J., 312 S. 7th Ave.. Maywood. 

GLOVER, H. M., 6236 Kenmore Ave., Chicago. 

GOFF, FLOYD H., 603 Buchanan St., Danville. 

GOLDBERGER, HAROLD JULIUS. 5418 S. Park Ave.. Chicago. 

GOLDFREDERICK, RICHARD M., 806 Tower Bldg.. Chicago. 

GOLLOGHER, HARVEY E„ 410 W. 2d St., Taylorville. 

GOODSPEED, FRANK B., 7106 Euclid Ave., Chicago. 

GOREY, EDWARD J.. 504 Harkimer St., Joliet. 

GRACE. ARTHUR H., 6823 Ridgeland Ave., Chicago. 

GRADOLPH, ERNEST F., 300 Franklin Ave., River Forest. 

GRADY, CONDIT B., 310 Dechman Ave., Peoria. 

GRADY, THURMAN ELLSBERRY. 100 Whitley Ave., Joliet. 

GRAHAM, DAVID B., 2d Nat'l. Bank, Freeport. 

GRAHAM, W. A., 910 Michigan Ave., Chicago. 

GRANGER, CLAUDE M., 727 S. Chicago Ave., Kankakee. 

GRANT, PAUL S„ 938 Chicago Ave., Oak Park. 

GRANT, THOMAS P., 6412 Drexel Ave., Chicago. 

GRANT, WILLIAM C, 427 W. Washington St., Springfield. 

GRAUER, GEORGE A., 208 N. Kenilworth Ave., Oak Park. 

GRAUER, JAMES C, 208 N. Kenilworth Ave., Oak Park. 

GRAY. FRED J., 313 E. Main St., Ottawa. 

GRAY. WILLIAM B., Union League Club, Chicago. 

GREEN. CHARLES B., 630— 1st Nat'l. Bank Bldg., Chicago. 

GREENFIELD. HARLAN G.. 5624 Winthrop Ave., Chicago. 

GREENLEAF, HAROLD, 828 S. 10th St., Charleston. 

GRIER, ROBERT M.. 1815 Chicago Ave., Evanston. 

GRIFFITH. W. C. 12 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago. 

GRIMES, GEORGE E., 817 N. Dearborn St., Chicago. 

GRONEWALD, M. M., Chatsworth. 

GROSSMAN, PAUL, 6218 Harper Ave., Chicago. 

GUTEKUNST. LOUIS F., 2859 Burling St., Chicago. 

HACKETT. JOHN R., 348 S. Hamlin Ave., Chicago. 

HALES, JAMES HOWARD, 509 N. Oak Park Ave., Oak Park. 



HALL, HARRY GEORGE, Division St., Libertyville. 
HALL, THOMAS V., 2204 "E" St., Granite City. 
HALLOTT, JOHN W., 1030 Fremont St., Belvidere. 
HALSTROM, B. C, 5487 Ellis Ave., Chicago. 
HAMILTON, GEORGE S., 1856 N. Leclaire Ave., Chicago. 
HAMILTON, RALPH H., 1443 E. S3d St., Chicago. 
HAMILTON, WILLIAM H., 423 California Ave., Peoria. 
HAMLINE, JOHN H., 2140 Prairie Ave., Chicago. 
HAMM, EDWARD C, 2457 S. Ridgeway Ave., Chicago. 
HAMMETT, EDWARD C, 4200 Irving Park Blvd.. Chicago. 
HAMPSON, H. A., 1108 Edgar Ave., Mattoon. 
HANKINS, PAUL, 710 Hamilton Blvd.. Peoria. 
HANNA, PHILIP W., 1516 S. 6th St., Springfield. 
HANSON, HARRY C, 61s State St., Geneva, Cane Co. 
HANSON, LESLIE C, Morris. 

HARLOW, FRANK A.. 2945 W. Monroe St., Chicago. 
HARNACH. JAMES M., 926 S. Kenilworth Ave., Oak Park. 
HARRIS, MALCOLM B., S23 E. nth St., Alton. 
HART, JACK P., Batavia. 
HARTMAN, CARL A.. 729 Alby St., Alton. 
HARTMAN, WILLIAM M., 4137 N. Keeler Ave., Chicago. 
HARTNEY, PAUL M., 1928 Lincoln Ave., Chicago. 
HARTRAY, JOHN FLEMING, 2320 Orrington Ave.. Evanston. 
HASKELL, FRANK WILLIAM, 907 E. 2d St., Sterling. 
HATHAWAY, STANLEY E., Rossville. 

HAWKINSON, FRED GEORGE, 115 Williams Park, Rockford. 
HAYDEN, THOMAS GOLD, 922 W. College Ave.. Jacksonville. 
HEADLEY, FRANCIS L., 415 S. Central Ave., Harris. 
HEALD, ROBERT P., 1035 Pleasant St., Oak Park. 
HECK, ARCHIE C, Abingdon. 
HEDGCOCK, MARCUS W., Plymouth. 
HEFFRON, DANIEL S., 314 W. 72d St., Chicago. 
HEFLEY. ARTHUR THOMAS, 1022 S. Peoria Ave., Dixon. 
HEILMAN. WESLEY P., 4339 N. Kildare Ave., Chicago. 
HEINRICH, GEORGE THEODORE, 504 Western Ave., Peoria. 
HELWIG. RICHARD 0., 457 W. 71st St., Chicago. 
HEMENWAY, E. 0-. 1033 Railway Exchange, Chicago. 
HENCH, RALPH BULL, 32 S. Lincoln St., Hinesdale. 
HENDERSON, FRED T., 4133 N. Keystone Ave.. Chicago. 
HENDRY, MERVYN J., 2458 Geneva Terrace, Chicago. 
HENNECKE, CHARLES P., 6031 St. Lawrence Ave., Chicago. 
HENNECKE, JOHN L., 6031 St. Lawrence Ave., Chicago. 
HERBERT, JAMES J., 1515 W. Monroe St., Chicago. 
HERBERT. OWEN DELBERT, 504 S. 18th St., Mt. Vernon. 
HERRICK. GEORGE W.. Farmer City. 
HETHERINGTON, JAMES W., 3d St., Eldorado. 
HEYDUCK. LAWRENCE E., 221 N. Cherry St., Centralia. 
HEYL, HARRY CHRISTIAN, 3128 Western Ave.. Peoria. 
HEYMAN. EDGAR. 3329 High Park Blvd., Chicago. 
HILDEBRANDT, THEOPHIL H., Bellewood. 
HILL, HERSCHEL D., Ursa, Adams Co. 
HILL, NICHOLAS W., 5549 Winthrop Ave., Chicago. 
HILL, WILLIAM HOBART. 5732 Prairie Ave., Chicago. 
HILTON, IVAN J.. 417 S. Spring St., Springfield. 



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HIME, HERBERT H., S4 Prospect Terrace, Freeport. 

HINSCH, WALTER H., 5478 Higgins Ave., Chicago. 

HOAG, CHARLES D., 131 S. Waiola Ave., La Grange. 

HOBLER, ATHERTON WELLS, Batavia. 

HODGSON, JONATHAN H. S., 521— 21st St., Moline. 

HOFFMAN, DOUGLAS T., 1231 Greenwood Ave., Wilmette. 

HOFFMAN, JOSEPH C, Hyde Park Hotel, Chicago. 

HOFFMAN, LESTER JAMES, 106 N. La Salle St., Chicago. 

HOLBROOK, JAMES G., 716 Foster St., Evanston. 

HOLDEN, RUSSELL JOHN, 1604 N. Vermillion St., Danville. 

HOLECEK, ALBERT B., 2624 S. Hamlin Ave., Chicago. 

HOLLER, CHARLES CARLTON, Center Ave., Harvey. 

HOLLOWED, JOHN F., 3717 Lexington St., Chicago. 

HOOD, HAROLD E., Areola, Douglas Co. 

HOOD, JAMES H., Areola, Douglas Co. 

HOOKER, BRUCE D., Springfield. 

HOOVER, CARSON ROSWELL, 2716 Gilboa Ave., Zion City. 

HOPKINS, J. R., 626 S. Clark St., Chicago. 

HOSKINS, DANIEL TILDEN, 610 Park Ave., Champaign. 

HOSTETTER, EARL D., 6233 Kenwood Ave., Chicago. 

HOTCHKIN, HUGH A., 2351 W. 58th St., Chicago. 

HOUGHTELING, JOHN H., 1835 N. Keeler St., Chicago. 

HOUSER, ALFRED C, 808 Crescent PI., Chicago. 

HOWARD, PATRICK H., 307 W. Diggins St., Harvard. 

HOY, ARTHUR DWIGHT, 502 Judd St., Woodstock. 

HOYT, B. F„ 2751 Jackson Blvd., Chicago. 

HOYT, SAMUEL H., 530 S. Clinton St., Chicago. 

HUBSCHMAN, ABRAHAM, 3809 Gladys Ave., Chicago. 

HUDSON, HARRIS GARRY, R. D. No. 3, Decatur. 

HUFFMAN, CHARLES OSCAR, Manito. 

HUFFMAN, WILLIAM F., Shoudy College, Rockford. 

HUGGINS, WILBUR L., Edinburg. 

HUGHES, EDWARD, 102 S. Parkside Ave., Chicago. 

HUNSAKER, JOHN E., Cobden. 

HURLBURT, WILLIAM V., 715 E. Cherry St., Robinson. 

HUSZACH, R. L., 69 W. Washingston St., Chicago. 

HUTCHISON. WILLIAM M., Clarence. 

HUXEL, CHARLES J., 2027 Bryan Ave., Granite City. 

HYNES, JOSEPH P., 5712 S. Green St., Chicago. 

ILLSLEY, RALPH WILLIAM, 733o Harvard Ave., Chicago. 

IRELAND, E. R., Vandalia. 

IRWIN, GEORGE P., R. F. D. No. 42, Pleasant Plains. 

ISAACS, WALTER F., Gillespie. 

JAAP, GEORGE W., 6224 Wayne Ave., Chicago. 

JACKSON, STANLEY, 70 Scott St., Chicago. 

JACKSON, WARREN, 311 Wisconson Ave., Oak Park. 

JACOBS, HAROLD VICTOR, 901 Wellington Ave., Chicago. 

JACOBS, JESSE E., 500 South Ave., Glencoe. 

JACOBSON, HENRY G., 8011 Constance Ave., Chicago. 

JACOBSON, RALPH, 4200 Drexel Blvd., Chicago. 

JADRICH, JOSEPH A., 2022 Seymour Ave., Chicago. 

JAMES, MAURICE A., 2127 Orrington Ave.. Evanston. 

JAMISON, CARL CLARE, 1321 E. Main St., Decatur. 

JEFFERS, PAUL B., 3761 Wilton Ave., Chicago. 



JEFFERSON, JOSEPH B., Clayton. 

JEFFREY, FREDERICK G., 3646 S. Hamilton Ave., Chicago. 

JENSON, AXEL J., 9641 Houstin Ave., Chicago. 

JERVIS, PAUL F., 307 S. State St., Champaign. 

JOHNSON, CLARENCE B., 6456 Drexel Ave., Chicago. 

JOHNSON, EDWARD S., 5237 Ohio St., Chicago. 

JOHNSON, EDWIN C, sio N. Center St., Clinton. 

JOHNSON, FRED S., 183s Greenleaf Ave., Chicago. 

JOHNSON, HILMER WILLIAM, 1253 Thorndale Ave., Chicago 

JOHNSON. JOHN R., 139 S. Water St., Decatur. 

JOHNSON, PRESTON K., 221 Wabash Ave., Belleville. 

JOHNSON, ROBERT L., Box No. 264, Glencoe. 

JONES, JAMES A., DuQuoin. 

JONES, RUSSELL ALGER, 232 N. Oak Park Ave., Oak Park. 

JORDAN, THOMAS C, Wapella. 

JORY, HERBERT W., 61 17 Champlain Ave., Chicago. 

JOSLYN, RAYMOND OLIVER, S9S6 Race Ave., Chicago. 

JUHLIN, HUGO. 3210 Arlington St., Chicago. 

KANE. CLIFFORD C, 303 W. Poplar St., Harrisburg. 

KANE, WILLIAM J., 616 N. Lockwood Ave.. Chicago. 

KARRAKER, E., R. No. 1, Box No. 114, Dongola. 

KEAYS, JOHN GILLETT, Elkhart. 

KEEFE, FRANK J., Elmhurst. 

KEEHNER, CLARENCE B., 201 E. Prairie St., Jerseyville. 

KEELEY, HARRY PATRICK, 135 S. Center St., Joliet. 

KEGLEY, FRANKLIN T., Urbana. 

KEIM, EDWIN PFAELZER, 1023 Hyde Park Blvd., Chicago. 

KELLEY, JAMES PETER, 124 W. Lake St., Chicago. 

KELLEY, LEO RAYMOND, 4805 North Kedzie Ave., Chicago. 

KELLY, FRED HANFORD, 3409 Western Ave., Mattoon. 

KELSEY, WILLIAM WAHL, 201— 9th Ave., Sterling. 

KEMLER. GEORGE D., 232 N. Ridgeland Ave., Oak Park. 

KEMP, WILLIAM McGHEE, 7716 N. Marshfield Ave., Chicago 

KENNELLEY, GRIFFITH S., 812 Oneida St., Joliet. 

KENNEDY, EDWARD J., 5010 Huron St., Chicago. 

KENNEDY, WILLIAM G., 6717 Sheridan Rd.. Chicago. 

KERN, HARRY RICHMOND, 36 S. Franklin St., Chicago. 

KERR, R. Y., 431 S. Dearborn St., Chicago. 

KERR, WILLIAM J., 1403 Sherwin Ave., Chicago. 

KESSLER, EDWARD F., R. R. No. 2, Red Bud. 

KESSLER, HENRY C. Red Bud. 

KEYES, BLAIR STEVENS, 5349 Sheridan Rd., Chicago. 

KIBBE, KYLE A., 1746 Belle Plaine Ave., Chicago. 

KIDDOO, RICHARD CLAIR, Joy. 

KILLEN, HAROLD JONES, 254 Mary St., Hubbard Woods. 

KIMBALL, HERBERT H., 1508 Greenleaf Ave., Chicago. 

KING, EVERETT LOWELL, 70s Robinson St., Danville. 

KINGSLAND, NELSON, 318 S. 6th St., Maywood. 

KIRCHOFF, WALTER FRED., 4819 Warner Ave.. Chicago. 

KIRKLAND, DONALD R„ 5505 Cornell Ave., Chicago. 

KIRKLAND, OMA T., Virden. 

KLIMEK, AUGUST A., 4572 Milwaukee Ave., Chicago. 

KNAPP, GEORGE F., 4418 N. California Ave., Chicago. 

KNIGHT, SOLON D., 233 S. Indiana Ave., Kankakee. 



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KNIPE, E. E., Reddick. 

KNOBELOCH, THOMAS A., 44 Pennsylvania Ave., Belleville. 

KNOX, RAYMOND K., Pittsfield. 

KOB, LEO A., 7221 Green St., Chicago. 

KOBEL, CARL L., 32d St. & 24th Ave., Rock Island. 

KOCK, ELMER HENRY, Highland. 

KOERBER. ARTHUR W., 2831— 6th Ave., Rock Island. 

KOGEN, SAMUEL FREDERICK, 3436 Douglas Blvd., Chicago. 

KOHLMANN, HARRY W., 5206 Justine St., Chicago. 

KORSMO, GEORGE T., Elgin. 

KUEHMSTED, ARTHUR O., 841 Larrabee St., Chicago. 

LOSTER, EDWARD M., Fulton. 

KRAUSS, HAROLD F., 1600 S. nth Ave., Maywood. 

KRITZER, JOHN B., 610 Lyman Ave., Oak Park. 

KRUGER, HARRIS C, 309 E. soth Place, Chicago. 

KRUPAR, CHARLES F., 5232 W. 23d Place, Chicago. 

KUHLMAN, CHARLES G., 825 N. Front St., Monticello. 

KUHN, JOHN H., R. R. No. 8, Marshall. 

KURRUS, ANDREW W., 1478 Belmont Ave., East St. Louis. 

KUSSE, FRED C, 957 N. Ridgeway Ave., Chicago. 

LANAHAN, JOHN, 34s N. Brainard Ave., La Grange. 

LANDER, JOHN Z., 535 N. Ridgeland St., Oak Park. 

LANDGRAF, RAY G., 4247 N. Kilden Ave., Chicago. 

LANDSTROM, ROY WILLIAM, 5516 Cortez St., Chicago. 

LANDT, WALTER E., 7531 Normal Ave., Chicago. 

LANGDON, PAUL HORACE, 6005 Woodland Ave., Chicago. 

LARRABEE, C. R., 1150 N. Dearborn St., Chicago. 

LARSON, NELS, 114 S. 10th Ave., Maywood. 

LAWRENCE, CHARLES W., Rantoul. 

LEDERER, CARL FINGER, 5141 Ellis Ave., Chicago. 

LEHMAN, FRANK KERWAN, 5315 Kenmore Ave., Chicago. 

LEIB, ROBERT W., 2021 S. 4th St., Springfield. 

LENZ, CHARLES A., Gilman. 

LESSER, DAVID B., 6012 Prairie Ave., Chicago. 

LESTER. BALLARD, P., 373 E. 60th St., Chicago. 

LETTS, DELANO C, Decatur. 

LEVINSON, JOSEPH, 7943 Luella Ave., Chicago. 

LEVITAN, MOSES, 3600 Douglas Blvd., L. S., Chicago. 

LEVY, HERBERT, 5309 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago. 

LEWIS, HAROLD LACEY, Woodlawn. 

LEWIS, TRUMBULL DUVALL, 1257^ Jersey St., Quincy. 

LEYTH, JAMES C, 3138 Fullerton Ave., Chicago. 

LICHTMAN, SAMUEL A., 2235 Thomas St., Chicago. 

LILLEY, ROBERT W., 180 Wilder St., Aurora. 

LINDBLAD, ALFRED G., 2349 S. Clifton Park Ave., Chicago. 

LINDBURG, ELMER EPHRAIM, 716 S. Elliott St., Kewanee. 

LINDQUIST, H. L„ 763 E. 37th St., Chicago. 

LINDSAY, GEORGE H., 5484 Everett Ave., Chicago. 

LINDSAY, JOHN HENRY, 352 Grand Central Station, Chicago. 

LITTLEJOHN, C. O., Oconee. 

LLOYD, HIRAM D., Rentchler. 

LLOYD, WILLIAM WEED, 507 W. Monroe St., Chicago. 

LOFQUIST, GERALD A., 6522 Rhodes Ave., Chicago. 

LOGRAN, FRANCIS W., 820 Clay St., Joliet. 



OHMANN, LAWRENCE A., Gibson City. 
LOPER, W. A., Glen Ellyn. 
LORD, MAURICE F., 25 S. 4th St., Aurora. 
LORENTZ, ROBERT W., 313 East Chalmers St., Champaign. 
LORTON, HAROLD H., Virden. 
LOW, RALPH L., 907 E. Oregon St., Evansville. 
LOWERONZ, WILLIAM, 341 S. Graceland Ave., Des Plaines. 
LOYTH, JAMES C, 3138 Fullerton Ave., Chicago. 
LOZIER, WALTER JOHN, 6846 Lowe Ave., Chicago. 
LUCE, JOHN WENTWORTH, 6239 Champlain Ave., Chicago. 
LUEDERS, WESLEY AUGUST, Granite City. 
LUHMAN, GEORGE B., 720 Cherry St., Belvidere. 
LUMLEY, LESLIE ROBERT, 4" W. Nevada St., Urbana. 
LUNDY, CLAYTON, 322 E. 25th St., Chicago. 
LUTHY, GEORGE L., 102 Randolph Ave., Peoria. 
LUTRELLE, VIRGIL C, Aledo. 
McALLISTER, C. S., 5425 Dorchester Ave., Chicago. 
McCABE, A. S., c/o D. G. Maxwell, U. S. Yards, Chicago. 
McCALL, LOUIS E., 1430 N. Harding Ave., Chicago. 
McCALL, WALTER, 5432 W. Harrison St., Chicago. 
McCLELLAND, EDWIN F., 5241 W. Adams St., Chicago. 

McClelland, john Alexander, 926— 16th Ave., Moiine. 

McCOLLOM, ROY M„ Hettick. 

McCOY, DWIGHT W., Versailles. 

McCREARY, C. B„ 1529 Lowell Ave., Springfield. 

McDONALD, H. H., 29 N. Catherine Ave., La Grange. 

McDONALD, HARRY T., 417 California Ave., Peoria. 

McDONALD, JOSEPH NELSON, 5207 Woodland Ave., Chicago. 

McELHONE, FRITZ H., 61 — 1st St., Hinsdale. 

McENIFF, PATRICK J., 7460 South Shore Drive, Chicago. 

McGOVERN, THOMAS J., 7824 S. Main St., Chicago. 

McGREGOR, JOHN L., 2736 Congress St., Chicago. 

McGUIRE, WILLIAM PATRICK, 319 S. Lombard Ave., Oak Park. 

McKINSTRY, ROGER B., 827 S. 16th Ave., Maywood. 

McKITTRICK, JAMES E., Pana. 

MCLAUGHLIN, EUGENE D., 290 Center Ave., Aurora. 

McNAMARA, PAUL R., 1004 Ashland Ave., Wilmette. 

McNAMEE, PETER F., 4345 N. Hermitage Ave., Chicago. 

McNULTY, JOHN R., 1128 Morse Ave., Chicago. 

McSHANE, WALTER B., 416 Lake Court, Waukegan. 

McVEY, FRANK, Pocahontas. 

MACKIE, DONALD M., 6054 Harper Ave., Chicago. 

MACKIE, DUNCAN B., 4862 Kenmore Ave., Chicago. 

MADSON, ARTHUR G., 315 N. Lorel Ave., Chicago. 

MAGOR, RALPH NOBLE, 106 S. Madison Ave., La Grange. 

MAIR, EDMOND FINDLAY, 1215 Lytton Bldg., Chicago. 

MAJOR, RALPH H., R. No. 2, Argenta. 

MALONE, EDWARD P., Gilman. 

MAMEROW, GEORGE H., 2222 N. Keeler Ave., Chicago. 

MANCHEE, REGINALD, 6212 Newark Ave., Chicago. 

MANOCK, DAVID W., 107 N. Elmwood, Peoria. 

MAPES, LESTER R., Ferris. 

MARCELLUS. EDWARD W., 803 Lincoln St., Evanston. 

MARSH, CHARLES DRENNEN, 137 So. La Salle St., Chicago. 



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MARSHALL, CLARENCE R., Serena. 

MARSHALL, GEORGE L., 313 W. Main St., St. Charles. 

MARTIN, JOHN E., 4036 Patterson Ave., Chicago. 

MARTIN, PAUL ADOLPH, 7940 Escanaba Ave., Chicago. 

MARTIN, VIRGIL G., R. R. No. 1, Mt. Zion. 

MARX, GEORGE B.. 487—261 Ave., Aurora. 

MASENA, AVERY R., 951 N. Kedzie Ave., Chicago. 

MASH, WILLIAM W., 73s Oakdale Ave., Chicago. 

MASON, HORACE FREDERICK, 1816— nth St., Rock Island. 

MATTHEWS, DANIEL THOMAS, 1644 Humboldt Blvd., Chicago. 

MATTHEWS, HAROLD S., 5757 University Ave., Chicago. 

MAURY, DANIEL E., Rossville. 

MAXWELL, LESLIE B., 1109 S. Main St., Paris. 

MAYER, ROBERT H., 647 Webster Bldg., Chicago. 

MECHLIN, HAROLD W., 1521 S. 54th St., Chicago. 

MEGRAN, HERBERT B., Harvard. 

MEHRHOFF, L. A., Manchester. 

MEIER, FREDERICK J., 326 S. 2d Ave., Canton. 

MELICHAR, JAMES J., 1650 S. Komensky Ave., Chicago. 

MELICK, WALTER M., 4709 N. Spaulding Ave., Chicago. 

MELLIN, LEVI R., 3241 Hirch St., Chicago. 

MELLOR, HENRY L., Manchester. 

MERKLE, EDWIN LESLIE, 131 E. Madison St., Paris. 

MERKLE, FRANK P., 502 Hawthorn Place, Chicago. 

MERRY, CLIFTON H., Hebron, McHenry Co. 

MESSRS, PAUL J., 11761 Lowe Ave., Chicago. 

MICHEL, CHARLES, Jr., 5825 Drexel Ave., Chicago. 

MIKESELL, HARRY E., 1324 Eddy St., Chicago. 

MILLER, CECIL A., 6204 N. Hermitage St., Chicago. 

MILLER, CLAYTON WALTERS, 88— 7th Ave.. La Grange. 

MILLER, JULIUS F., 161 Watson St., Aurora. 

MILLER, RICHARD R. C, 304 Ridge Ave., Winnetka. 

MILES, OWEN P., Mt. Carroll. 

MILLS, GEORGE GLENN, Gurnee. 

MITCHELL, ELMER E., Oblong. 

MITCHELL, ROY ALBERT, 3509 Fulton St., Chicago. 

MLODOCH, IRVING ARCHIBALD. 220 N. Laramie St., Chicago. 

MODJESKI, CHARLES E., 220 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago. 

MOLONEY, HERBERT JOSEPH, 2122 N. Sawyer Ave., Chicago. 

MONFORT. W. H., Neoga. 

MONTGOMERY, DONALD IRWIN, 456 W. Main St., Decatur. 

MONTGOMERY, JOHN ALEXANDER, R. F. D. No. 2, Greenview. 

MOODY, JAMES W., 305 N. E. Ave., Oak Park. 

MOORE, DANIEL F., R. F. D. No. 2, Marshall. 

MOORE, HALDANE DANIEL, 1212 N. Shore Ave., Chicago. 

MOORE, JOSEPH L., Atwood. 

MOORE, S. C, 410 N. Main St., Benton. 

MORGAN, CHARLES W., 1016 E. 51st St., Chicago. 

MORRALL, WILLIAM R., 703 Benton St., Joliet. 

MORRISON, BENJAMIN F., 6205 Ellis Ave., Chicago. 

MORRISON, CARLISLE B., Waterloo. 

MORTENSEN, ARNOLD C, 3801 Ellis Ave., Chicago. 

MORTON, ALFRED H., Hotel Del Prado, Chicago. 

MOSES, HARRY MORGAN. 317 N. Main St., Benton. 



MOSSBERG, HERMAN THEODORE, 608 W. 60th St., Chicago. 

MOWRY, ROY S., 534 S. Franklin St., Chicago. 

MUELLER, EWALD ERNEST, 2142 Lincoln Park West, Chicago. 

MULFORD, A. H., 427 N. Euclid Ave., Oak Park. 

MULFORD, EVERETT A., 2032 W. 103d St., Chicago. 

MULHERN, EDWARD F., 4214 S. Artesian Ave., Chicago. 

MULLIN, LAMBERT J., 8520 Aberdeen St., Chicago. 

MULLINS, EDGAR. Flat Rock. 

MURPHY, GEORGE T., 3653 N. Keeler Ave., Chicago. 

MURPHY, LESTER G., 6620 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago. 

MUSSATT, RALPH S., Grayville. 

MYERS, FORREST B., c,o The Daily News, Chicago. 

NEAL, ELLIOT J., 4535 Forrestville Ave., Chicago. 

NEIL, MARK C, 267 Franklin Ave., River Forest. 

NELSON, AXEL H., 3022 Edgewood Ave., Chicago. 

NELSON, JAMES R., 908 E. Bridge St., Streator. 

NELSON, RAYMOND E., 2329 W. 112th St., Chicago. 

NEMOYER, JASON W., 141 N. Austin Ave., Chicago. 

NEWEY, HALL E., Chicago. 

NEWSUM, NOBLE P.. R. R. No. 1, Mt. Carmel. 

NEWTON, ROY F.. 3821 N. Clark St., Chicago. 

NICHOLAS. JOHN R.. 572 N. Long Ave., Chicago. 

NICHOLS, DONALD H., 1033 Center St., Elgin. 

NICHOLS, GLEN H., 1734 Ridge Ave., Evanston. 

NICHOLS, GEORGE E., Newman. 

NIES, WILLIAM L., 132 W. 4th St., St. Charles. 

NILLES, FRANCIS J., 21 19 Colfax St., Evanston. 

NOONEN, F. C, 516 North St., Monmouth. 

NORMAN, EYVIND, 709 Barry Ave., Chicago. 

NORRIS, HENRY W., Kankakee. 

NORTH, HAROLD FRANCIS, 6214 Hermitage Ave., Chicago. 

NUELSON, WILLIAM G., 1410 Belle Plaine Ave.. Chicago. 

O'CARROLL, JOHN J., 432 Oakdale Ave., Chicago. 

O'NEAL, WILLIAM D.. Sadorus. 

O'NEIL, DWIGHT D., 218 Goethe St., Collinsville. 

O'NEILL, EMMET J., 3140 S. Union Ave., Chicago. 

O'RILEY. JAMES E., 1469 Gregory St., Chicago. 

O'TOOLE, GEORGE J., 4626 N. Racine Ave., Chicago. 

O'TOOLE, THOMAS VINCENT, 4153 Sheridan Rd., Chicago. 

ODELL, WILLIAM R., 753 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago. 

OLENDORF, HARRY AUGUSTUS, Libertyville. 

OLIVER, KENNETH D.. Bunker Hill. 

OLSON, OSCAR M., 1030 N. Central Ave., Chicago. 

OLSON, WILLIAM J., 1035 N. Leamington Ave., Chicago. 

OMER, HARRY N., 716 Clark St., Evanston. 

OSBORN, WILLIS LEE, c/o System Magazine. 5 N. Wabash Ave., 

Chicago. 
OTTE, FREDERICK A., 6021 Vernon Ave., Chicago. 
OTTO, HARWOOD, 231 1 W. 110th St., Chicago. 
OZEE, JOHN S., Mattoon. 

PAINE, MERLIN M., 4224 Langly Ave., Chicago. 
PAISLEY, GEORGE F., 605 E. Daniel St., Champaign. 
PALMER, LOUIS S., 5200 University Ave., Chicago. 
PARK, JOHN W., Chicago. 



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PARKER, CHARLES C, 6820 Perry Ave., Chicago. 

PARKER. GILBERT M., Beardstown. 

PARKER, L. S.. 1900 Orrington Ave., Evanston. 

PARKER. RAYMOND L., 7146 Michigan Ave.. Chicago. 

PARKS, SIMON G., Fairview. 

PARSONS, FREEMAN B., Monmouth. 

PARTRIDGE, LLOYD C, 712 Federal St., Chicago. 

PAXTON, JOHN WARREN. 1125 E. Grove St., Bloomington. 

PAYA, HENRY C, 5620 Calumet Ave., Chicago. 

PECK, CHARLES W., Colusa. 

PELLET. FREDERIC D., 350 Keystone Ave., River Forest. 

PERRY, RALPH G., 106 Macomber St., Joliet. 

PERZ. CLARENCE A., 7227 Morton Ave., Chicago. 

PETERS, HORACE W., 151 E. mth St., Chicago. 

PETERS, JOHN L., Neoga. 

PETERSON, STANLEY MOYER, 1020 Byron St., Chicago. 

PETERSON, WALTER E., 3251 Wentworth Ave., Chicago. 

PETHYBRIDGE, FRANK H., 5442 Winthrop Ave., Chicago. 

PETRITZ, JOHN G., c/o E. D. Patrick, Marengo. 

PFIFFER, CONRAD L., 124 W. 113th Place, Chicago. 

PFRANGLE, CHARLES P.. 279 La Salle St.. Aurora. 

PHILLIPS, MILTON H., 125 Franklin Ave.. River Forest. 

PHILLIPPS. GEORGE H., 4642 Magnolia Ave., Chicago. 

PICKENS, REO O., 5329 S. Artesian Ave., Chicago. 

PIGOTT. JAMES MURRAY, 9654 Indiana Ave., Chicago. 

PIKE, RUSSELL, 4412 W. Adams St., Chicago. 

PITMAN, ALFRED D., 1600 Kesner Bldg., Chicago. 

PITTA WAY. JAMES A., 177 N. State St., Chicago. 

PLOGER, FREDERICK J., 7916 Peoria St., Chicago. 

POPE, THOMAS B., 610 Longwood Ave., Glencoe. 

PORTER, HARRY B., Dwight. 

POST, GEORGE R., 808 S. 2d Ave., Maywood. 

POWERS, EUGENE SIMPSON, 120— 6th Ave., Peoria. 

POWERS, FREDERICK FRANCIS, 109 E. 42d St., Chicago. 

POWERS, JOHN H., 357 W. Decatur St., Decatur. 

POWERS, RAY A., 1226 S. Richards St., Joliet. 

PRESLER, FORD A., 1212 Lafayette Ave., Mattoon. 

PRESTON, PAUL R., 723— 20th St., Rock Island. 

PRUITT, RAYMOND S., 112 W. Adams St., Chicago. 

PURDON, HOWARD L.. 5001 West End Ave., Chicago. 

PURNELL, WILLIAM FRANK, Muncie. 

QUINN, HARRY A., 3831 Jackson Blvd.. Chicago. 

RADEMACHER, CHARLES M., 2247 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago. 

RAFFOWITZ. FRANK, 1020 S. Winchester Ave., Chicago. 

RANKIN, WALTER E., 1001 S. 4th St., Pekin. 

RANNEY, WILLARD P., Cazenovia. 

RANTZ, F. R., 225 Lockwood Place, Jacksonville. 

RATHFON, STEPHEN C, 6415 Normal Blvd., Chicago. 

REED, ERWIN, 1938 N. Kenneth Ave., Chicago. 

REEDY, RUSSELL M., 5822 W. Superior St., Chicago. 

REESE. LEAL W., 802 E. 2d St., Pana. 

REEVES, WALTER I., 2228— 6th Ave., Moline. 

REIDNER, WILLIAM E., Ferris. 

REINWALD, FREDERICK J., Carmi. 



REISMAN, V. B., 218 W. So. Water St.. Chicago. 

REMBE, B. C, 115 Pulaski St., Lincoln. 

RENO, GUY B., Browning. 

RENSHAW, JAMES L., 2654 N. Racine Ave., Chicago. 

REULAND, NICHOLAS J., 484s Van Buren St., Chicago. 

REYNOLDS, JOSEPH K., 5937 Michigan Ave., Chicago. 

RHYNE, CLARENCE LEON, Princeton. 

RICKARD, G. J., c/o Chas. C. Adams Co., Peoria. 

RILEY, JOHN J.. 1648 N. Albany Ave., Chicago. 

RISK, J. C, 1053 Conway Bldg., Chicago. 

ROBERG, P. T., 5230 Wayne Ave., Chicago. 

ROBERTSON, EGBERT. 1st Nafl. Bank Bldg., Chicago. 

ROBINSON, JOHN S., 2123 Larrabee St., Chicago. 

ROBINSON, THURMAN S., c/o Continental & Commercial Nat'l 

Bank, Chicago. 
ROBLEE, LELAND H. S., Glen Ellyn. 
ROCHE, JOHN WILLIAM, Bement. 

ROCKHOLD, FRANK D., 1014 Elmwood Ave., Wilmette. 
RODE, ERNEST H., 3323—7^ Ave.. Rock Island. 
RODGERS, RALPH W., Colchester. 
ROEBUCK, ALBERT S., 6618 Normal Blvd., Chicago. 
ROGERS, ARCHIE McK., Equality. 
ROSE, EDWARD D., 619— 7th St., Wilmette. 
ROSECRANCE. RALPH C, 142 N. Prospect St.. Rockford. 
ROSENBERG, FRANK, 1109 S. Colby St., Chicago. 
ROSENBLOOM, STANLEY, 5854 Michigan Ave., Chicago. 
ROSS, EARL R., 2616 N. Spaulding Ave., Chicago. 
ROTHFIELD, J., 2301 S. Crawford Ave., Chicago. 
RUBOVITS, THEODORE, 5S42 University Ave., Chicago. 
RUNDE, OTTO, Jr.. 4831 Barry Ave., Chicago. 
RUTLEDGE, BURTCH I., Chatsworth. 
RYAN, LEO ANDREW. 505 N. 3d St., Monmouth. 
RYAN, RICHARD J., 6923 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago. 
RYON, TRACY B., Aurora. 

SALMON, ERNEST D., 184 N. Market St., Chicago. 
SCHAEFER, BERTRAND J., 5720 Midway Park, Chicago. 
SCHAEFER, FRED A., 5720 Midway Park, Chicago. 
SCHIFF, LEON, 911 Margate Terrace, Chicago. 
SCHIPPER, JOHN L., 3429 Elain PI., Chicago. 
SCHLUTER, HAROLD JOHN, 1828— 23d Ave., Moline. 
SCHMELTZER. CHAUNCEY B., Manteno. 
SCHMIDT, CARL H., 4826 N. Ridgeway Ave., Chicago. 
SCHORECK, RAYMOND P., 2446 W. Albany Ave., Chicago. 
SCHROEDER, WALTER H., 3641 N. Ashland Ave., Chicago. 
SCHULTER, HAROLD JOHN, 1829— 35th Ave., Moline. 
SCHUPP, ALFRED FRANK, c/o American McKenna Process Co., 

Joliet. 
SCHUTZ, ARTHUR V., Geneva. 

SCHWARZ, REGINALD L., 7010 Sheridan Rd., Chicago. 
SCHWARZKOPF, FRED HUGO, 3757 N. Richmond St., Chicago. 
SCOTT, EDWARD S., Taylorville. 

SCRANTON, LAURELL L., R. F. D. No. I, Charleston. 
SEA VERT, RICHARD B., 544 N. Humphrey Ave.. Oak Park. 
SEA WELL, LACY W., 412 N. Scoville Ave., Oak Park. 



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SEIBERT, CYRIL W., 3216 Waverly PI., East St. Louis. 

SEIDLER, JOSEPH J., 1440 Fleetwood Ave., Chicago. 

SELLERS, CLAUDE E., 700 S. Clinton St., Chicago. 

SERRIN, JAMES B., 940 Lakeside PI., Chicago. 

SETT, WALTER, 7700 Langley Ave., Chicago. 

SEYMOUR, HAROLD L., 598 Lincoln Ave., Winnetka. 

SEYSTER, ERNEST W., 103 E. Green St., Champaign. 

SHAPIRA, JACOB, 314 N. Claremont Ave., Chicago. 

SHAPLAND, C. B., 713S Parnell Ave., Chicago. 

SHARP, FRANK T„ Carlyle. 

SHAVER, GLENN C, North Henderson. 

SHAW, CLARENCE E., 1509 Farwell Ave., Chicago. 

SHAW, HOWARD I., Mount Morris. 

SHAW, JOSEPH H., 92s Michigan St., Wheaton. 

SHAW, RALPH M., Jr., 999 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago. 

SHELL, RUSSELL M., Farmer City. 

SHENK, ROBERT RAYMOND, Ft. Dearborn Safety Deposit Vaults, 

Chicago. 
SHERIDAN, EDWARD S., 4807 Washington Ave., Chicago. 
SHIMER, EARL L., Palestine. 
SHIRE, KENNETH E., Oblong. 

SHIRK, WILLIAM ANDREW, 160 N. Wells St.. Chicago. 
SHOMAKER, RICHARD W., 439 North St., Murphysboro. 
SHOREY, CLYDE EVERETT, no South East Ave., Oak Park. 
SHORTALL, JOSEPH C, 7409 Stewart Ave., Chicago. 
SHRACK, CLARENCE E., 6725 Stoney Island Ave., Chicago. 
SIBLEY, WILLIAM L., 310 E. 9th St., Mt. Carmel. 
SIDLER, RUDOLPH S., Kessner Bldg., Chicago. 
SIDLEY, WILLIAM D., 73s Humboldt Ave., Winnetka. 
SIMMONS, JOHN WILHELM, Keithsburg. 
SIMMONS, RALPH, 613 S. 9th St., Monmouth. 
SISSMAN, JESSE, 1550 N. Hoyne Ave., Chicago. 
SLADE, JOHN CARROLL, 1130 Sheridan Rd., Evanston. 
SLATER, JAMES VERN, La Salle. 
SMALL, EDW. A., Jr., Moraine Hotel, Highland Park. 
SMEETH, ELLIOTT E., Jr., 424 N. Kenilworth Ave., Oak Park. 
SMITH, ALBERT MADISON, St. Viator College, Bourbonnais. 
SMITH, BERNARD J., 135 S. Menard Ave., Chicago. 
SMITH, FOREST H., Lincoln Ave., Libertyville. 
SMITH, HAROLD L., 1400 E. 53d St., Chicago. 
SMITH, HARRY R., 804 N. E. St., Bloomington. 
SMITH, JOHN P., 4525 Washington Blvd., Chicago. 
SMITH, KENNETH P., Granville. 

SMITH, LAWRENCE D., 3636 Lake View Ave., Chicago. 
SMITH, LEONARD C, 4112 Magorin Ave. East., Chicago. 
SMITH, OBADIAH A., 278 Ridge Ave., Winnetka. 
SMITH, WILLIAM C, Rankin. 

SMITH, WILLIAM CHESHIRE, 7037 Eggleston Ave., Chicago. 
SMITHLEY, CLAUDE KNIGHT, 5502 Cornell Ave., Chicago. 
SNEY, ALEXANDER, 309 Wisconsin St., Chicago. 
SNIDER, CYRIL SCOTT, 17 Hawthorne Ave., Peoria. 
SNIVELY, CLIFFORD HEROLD, 233 Taylor Ave., Freeport. 
SNODGRASS, WILLIAM E., 928 N. E. Grand Ave., Springfield. 
SNYDER, JOHN W., Jr., 4330 Grand Blvd., Chicago. 



SOLOMON, JOHN J., 27 N. Lockwood Ave., Chicago. 

SPARBERG, GEORGE L., 4739 N. Drake Ave., Apt. No. 1, Chicago. 

SPARKS, DAVID RHODE, Sparks Milling Co., Alton. 

SPERRY, DILLON A., 918— 2d Ave., Rock Island. 

SPRINGER, EMERSON C, Newman. 

STANLEY, NORMAN, Hotel Blackstone, Chicago. 

STEAD, WILLIAM HENRY, 7 Euclid Ave., Park Ridge. 

STEARNS, ARTHUR K., Jr., Lake Bluff. 

STEELE, HARRY H., 1307 Sunnyside Ave., Apt. No. 3, Chicago. 

STEELHAMMER, A. M., 1649 N. Sawyer Ave., Chicago. 

STEINER, HARROLD A., 2614 N. Richmond St., Chicago. 

STEINMETZ, GEORGE W., 1405 N. Collington Ave., Chicago. 

STEPHENSON, FRANK S., Oneida. 

STERMER, PETER PAUL, 2338 Carver St., Chicago. 

STEUER, JOSEPH T., 613 Oakdale Ave., Chicago. 

STEVENS, FRED J., 364 E. 59th St., Chicago. 

STEVENS, JOHN G., 1138 E. 45th St., Chicago. 

STEVENS, RAY A., 104 S. Ashland Ave., La Grange. 

STEWART, DUNCAN J., 993 N. Main St., Rockford. 

STEWART, LELVILLE B., Metropolis, Mossac Co. 

STITES, EARL J., 601 E. Bridge St., Streator. 

STIVERS, ARTHUR M„ Gen. Del., Metamora. 

STOLZ, ALBERT, 10203 Beverly Ave., Chicago. 

STONE, JOHN M., 181 S. Gifford St., Elgin. 

STRACHAN, JAMES A., 6008 Princeton Ave., Chicago. 

STRANG, GEORGE W., 814 N. County St., Waukegan. 

STRECKFUSS, GEORGE W., Concordia College, Springfield. 

STRICKLIN, CLARENCE W., 1107 Broadway, Apt. No. 3. Chicago. 

STROUD, ERNEST R., Altamont. 

STRUBHAR, JAMES CLIFFORD, 709 Ravine Ave., Peoria. 

SUCHER, R. G., 611 Pennsylvania Ave., Peoria. 

SUDLER, CULBRETH, 79 Cedar St., Chicago. 

SULLIVAN, EUGENE T., 3852 Lexington St., Chicago. 

SULLIVAN, GEORGE S., Fairmount. 

SULLIVAN, PHILIP L., 7137 Crandon Ave., Chicago. 

SUNDEEN. ROY H., 738— 24th St., Rock Island. 

SUNDERLAND, WILLIAM J., 4541 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago. 

SUPPIGER, SOLOMON, Highland. 

SUTOR, CHARLES B., 212 W. Scoville Ave., Oak Park. 

SVHLEIER, SYLVESTER T., 2123 Mills Ave., Alton. 

SWAIM, EARL F., 41 12 Prairie Ave., Chicago. 

SWAN, ARTHUR W., 6442 University Ave., Chicago. 

SWAN, CECIL J., 816 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago. 

SWANSON, ARTHUR N., 2844 Sheffield Ave., Chicago. 

SWANSON, CHARLES SAMUEL, 11 16— 14th St., Moline. 

SWANSON, E. R., 1620 N. Shore Ave., Chicago. 

SWANSON, HERBERT L., 5050 Glenwood Ave., Chicago. 

SWANSON, JOHN D., 1015 Schoots St., Chicago. 

SWINEY, ELGIE T., Windsor. 

SWISHER, ALLAN LEE, 3 E. Ontario St., Chicago. 

SWITZER, LOUIS D., 408 S. Dudley St., Macomb. 

SYKES, AUGUSTUS K, 928 N. La Salle St., Chicago. 

SYMINGTON, WILLIAM STUART, 62 E. Division St., Chicago. 

TABAK, LOUIS, 1034 N. Western Ave., Chicago. 



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TANDYK, STEPHEN J., 8326 S. Carpenter St., Chicago. 

TAPPY. EUGENE A., 1451 Otis Bldg., Chicago. 

TATE. HARRY L., Vandalia. 

TAYLOR, HAROLD BEECHER, 5210 Dorchester Ave., Chicago. 

TAYLOR, JOHN T., Chapin, Morgan Co. 

TAYLOR, NORRIS 0., 251 E. Wells St., Geneseo. 

TAYLOR, RICHARD N., Cumnor Road, Kenilworth. 

TERHUNE, EDGAR C, 4915 Blackstone Ave., Chicago. 

TERRILL. LLOYD D., 733 S. Lafayette St., Macomb. 

THAYAR, FRANCIS NEWTON, 5641 Drexel Ave., Chicago. 

THODE, WALTER, 7631 Monroe St., Forest Park. 

THOMAS, EARLE G., 8617 Lowe Ave., Chicago. 

THOMAS, HARLEY O., Yates City. 

THOMAS, HARRY A., 1251 Garrison Ave., Rockford. 

THOMPSON, ERNEST W., c/o Standard Tool Co., 552 W. Washing- 
ton Blvd., Chicago. 

THOMPSON, WILLIAM D., 1635— 35th St., Chicago. 

THOMSEN, WILLIAM FREDERICK, 1949 Seminary Ave., Chicago. 

THRELKEL, JAMES GRADON. 742 W. Eldorado St., Decatur. 

THURSTON, EARL, 6439 Sinclair St., Berwyn. 

TIERAN, CLAUD J., Macomb. 

TIFFANY, LEWIS H., R. R. No. 2, Lawrenceville. 

TIGHE, ROGER J., 704 S. Sacramento Blvd.. Chicago. 

TILDEN, LAWRENCE S., 325 Greenwood Blvd., Evanston. 

TILSON, D. M., 1214 S. 7th St., Springfield. 

TILTON, LEON D., Edgmont Station, East St. Louis. 

TIMSOM, SAMUEL W., 712 Pleasant St., Kewanee. 

TOMASO, SALVATOR, 665 Grace St., Chicago. 

TOMLINSON, HOWARD H., 300 N. Kenilworth Ave., Oak Park. 

TORRENCE, F. A., 326 Buena Vista Ave., Chester. 

TORRISON, OSULD R., Evanston. 

TOWNSEND, DWIGHT L., 2338 Cleveland Ave., Chicago. 

TOWNSEND. RUSSELL E., 220 Missouri Ave., East St. Louis. 

TRAVIS, HARRY A.. Atlanta, 

TRAVIS, ROBERT E„ 4848 N. Leavitt St., Chicago. 

TROW, WILLIAM H., Jr., 7349 Clyde Ave., Chicago. 

TROWBRIDGE, CALVIN D.. Lake Forest. 

TRUMBO, JAMES K., 403 E. Indiana Ave., Pontiac. 

TUKEY. HAROLD B., 3122 Harold Ave., Berwyn. 

TURNBULL, ROBERT J., Carlinville. 

TURNER, ALEXANDER H., Loda. 

UHLAND, GEORGE E., Payson, Adams Co. 

VALENTINE, ROGER W., 1808 W. Broadway, Mount Vernon. 

VANDERPOEL, DAVID JOHN, 5616 Kimbark Ave., Chicago. 

VAN HAGEN, GEORGE, Barrington. 

VAN HOOK, HERMAN BEASON, c/o Miss F. Walker, 4611 Dover 
St., Chicago. 

VAN HOUTEN, FRANK H., 7356 Rhodes Ave.. Chicago. 

VAN LONE, IRVIN I., 422 N. Parkside Ave., Chicago. 

VEAR, LEONARD R., 10227 S. Wood St., Chicago. 

VIAL, HAROLD C, 312 S. Madison Ave., La Grange. 

VIAL, NATHANIEL SMITH, 404 S. 5th Ave., La Grange. 

VINEBERG, H. E., 1348— 1st Nat'l. Bank Bldg., Chicago. 

VOGLER, EDWARD W., 221 S. Chestnut St., Belleville. 



VOLZ, GEORGE REXFORD, Arlington Heights. 

VOORHES, RALPH M., c/o Mrs. F. R. Voorhes, Elms Hotel, Chicago. 

WAGNER, ALEXANDER, 1049 Oakdale Ave., Chicago. 

WAGNER, ERNST HARRISON, Ashton. 

WAGNER, HARRY WILLIS, 6232 Ingleside Ave., Chicago. 

WAHLS, WILBUR F.. Peotone. 

WAIT, E. J., Reynolds. 

WAKELAND, FRED RAYMOND, R. F. D. No. 4, Hoopeston. 

WALKER, CHARLES, 52 Cambridge Place, Brooklyn. 

WALKER, HAROLD C, 5723 Kimbark Ave., Chicago. 

WALKER. MYR JORDAN, Mazon. 

WALLACE, LEW EDWARD, 2859 N. Spaulding Ave., Chicago. 

WALLER, ELLIS J., East & Division Sts., Kewanee. 

WALLER, WILLIAM, Jr., 12 Scott St., Chicago. 

WALSH, FRANK J., 5140 Kimbark Ave.. Chicago. 

WALTER, HERBERT FREDERICK, 614 Wayne Ave., Danville. 

WALTON, JAMES N.. Browns. 

WALTZ, R. S., 545 Belden Ave., Chicago. 

WANNER, ARTHUR L., 1743 Chase Ave., Chicago. 

WARD, ALBERT H., 825 Ayars Place. Evanston. 

WARD, F. P., Litchfield. 

WARD, HARLEY L„ 19 S. La Salle St., Chicago. 

WARD. HAROLD L., 211 S. Troy St., Chicago. 

WARD, PHILIP HENRY, Sterling. 

WARFIELD, W. S., 1539— 1st Nat'l. Bank Bldg.. Chicago. 

WARNER, MICHAEL, 3848 Byron St., Chicago. 

WARNER, ROY, 4238 Lowell Ave., Chicago. 

WEAVER, CHAUNCEY M., Hoopeston. 

WEBER, NORBERT W., c/o F. C. Weber, 1450 Rascher Ave., Chicago. 

WECKER, WALTER A., Marquette Cement Mfg. Co., Chicago. 

WEISBROD, BENJAMIN H., 213 E. 47th St., Chicago. 

WELCH, HOMER W., Colchester. 

WELCH, HOMER WILLIAM, 116 N. Main St., Wheaton. 

WELLES, D. P., 1605 Ridge Manor, Evanston. 

WELLES, EDWARD K., Oak & 4th Sts., Hinsdale. 

WELLING, JOHN P., 1609 Harris Trust Bldg., Chicago. 

WENDEL, EARL J., 1400 Diversey Parkway, Chicago. 

WENDELL, C. M.. 564 Alexander PI., East St. Louis. 

WENTER, L. M., 6254 Glenwood Ave., Chicago. 

WESTBERG, ERNEST W., 8057 S. Throop St., Chicago. 

WESTERMAN, PAUL W., 417 York St., Quincy. 

WESTERVELT, DANIEL W., 5404 Drexel Ave.. Chicago. 

WESTLUND, EDWIN G., 2757 W. 22d St., Chicago. 

WESTMANN, HORACE A., 419 Oak St., Danville. 

WETHERBEE, GEORGE D., 2027 E. 72d PI., Chicago. 

WHAM, CHARLES, Centralia. 

WHEELER, PARKER M., 1105 S. 3d St., Champaign. 

WHEELER, PAUL L., Watseka. 

WHEELER, RUSSELL C, 1105 S. 3d St., Champaign. 

WHEELER, SEYMOUR, 1625 Judson Ave., Evanston. 

WHEELER, THAD D., 1322 Hinman Ave., Evanston. 

WHITE, GABRIEL G., 2547 Wilcox St., Chicago. 

WHITE, JOSEPH WILLIAM, 810 Sparta St., Chester. 

WHITE, LLOYD A., 1457 E. 66th PI.. Chicago. 



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WHITE, ROBERT C, 90a Cherry St., Mt. Carmel. 

WHITEHEAD, HERBERT H., 209— 8th Ave., La Grange. 

WHITEMAN, DEAN, 728 S. 2d Ave., Monmouth. 

WHITMER, ROBERT P., Bloomington. 

WHITSETT, CAMERON ALEXANDER, 335° Federal St., Chicago. 

WHYTE, WILLIAM P., 73s Buckingham PI., Chicago. 

WIEDEMAN, C. O., R. P. D. No. 3. Equality. 

WIERSEMA, HENRY, 611— 15th Ave., Fulton. 

WIGGINS, THOMAS E., Taylorville. 

WILCOX, MAURICE L., 5225 Ingleside Ave., Chicago. 

WILDER, CHARLES E., 809 Simpson St., Evanston. 

WILDMAN, WILLIAM Y., 648 Cherry St., Winnetka. 

WILL, WILLIAM G., Fairview, Fulton Co. 

WILLIAMS, A. R. 1508 Larrabee St., Chicago. 

WILLIAMS, C. J., Clare. 

WILLIAMS, DANA LYONS, 61st F. A., Fort Sheridan. 

WILLIAMS, NORMAN B., 205 N. Vermillion St., Streaton. 

WILLIAMS, RICHARD E., 822 Lorel Ave., Chicago. 

WILSON, ARTHUR G., Havana. 

WILSON, BENJAMIN J., 5437 Michigan Ave., Chicago. 

WILSON, DOUGLAS R.. 140 High St., Peoria. 

WILSON, L. S., 602 Cypress St., Vandalia. 

WINSTEAD, PAUL V., c/o Samuel Hastings Co., Cairo 

WINTER, DANIEL R., 1447 Astor St., Chicago. 

WINTER, EDWIN E , 1447 Water St., Chicago. 



WINTERFIELD, FREDERICK T., 7315 Phillips Ave., Chicago. 

WIRT, SIDNEY A., Alpha. 

WISTROM, FELIX EDWARD, 6036 Eberhart Ave., Chicago. 

WITWER, ANDREW S., 1018 Cass St., Joliet. 

WOLF, SIDNEY JOSEPH, 4943 Road St., Chicago. 

WOLFE, EDWARD J., 7248 S. Park Ave., Chicago. 

WOLFE, HAROLD E., 108 S. Maple St., No. Manchester. 

WOOD, ALLEN C, 4645 Magnolia Ave., Chicago. 

WOOD, HARRY P., 4243 Calumet Ave., Chicago. 

WOODSIDE, R., 1711 W. Main St., Marion. 

WOODSIDE, WILLIAM S., 318 W. Randolph St., Chicago. 

WOODWARD, CLARENCE F., 2748 Mildred Ave., Chicago. 

WOOLFORD, ROBERT H., Areola. 

WOOTTEN J. R., c/o Nat'l. Stock Yards, Chicago. 

WYLDE, DAVID Z., 303 N. Ragge St., Oblong. 

WYNE. JOHN S., 1030 N. Latrobe Ave., Chicago. 

XANTHOPOULOS, JOHN, 55 1 University Ave., Chicago. 

YETTER, PERCY M., 90 Front St., Napersville. 

YOUNG, ERLE F., c/o Miss Pauline Vislick, 5652 Maryland Ave., 

Chicago. 
YOUNG, GARRED F., 811 S. Glenwood Ave., Springfield. 
YOUNG, HENRY W., 1812 Prairie Ave., Chicago. 
ZIMMERMAN, ANTHONY U„ no West Park Place, Peoria. 
ZOLLINGER, J. E., 72 W. Adams St., Chicago. 
ZUCKERMAN, BENJAMIN S., 1336 N. Campbell Ave., Chicago. 



INDIANA 



ABBOTT, ELI H., R. R. No. 1, Stanford. 

ABBOTT, GORDON S., North Manchester. 

ABOTT, HORACE E., 560 E. Harrison St., Martinsville. 

ACHOR, THOMAS CHARLES, 717 S. Gallatin St., Marion. 

ADAMS, JAMES R., Wheatland. 

ADAMS, JOHN L., Bloomington. 

ADAMS, REUBEN HOMER, 215 N. Main St., Kendallville. 

ADE, CHARLES G., 3183 Kenwood Ave., Indianapolis. 

ADE, CHARLES R., Kentland. 

AHERN, WILLIAM H., 602 Harrison Ave., South Bend. 

AIKMAN, GIVEN C, Newport. 

ALBERSON, ORAL W.. Bryant. 

ALCORN, CORRY A., Poseyville. 

ALLEN, FRED H., Cloverdale. 

ALLEN, OTTIS, Millville. 

ALLEN, WILSON C, 236 Y. M. C. A.. Indianapolis. 

ALPERS, HILBERT H., Huntingburg. 

AMICK, MARION H., Scipio. 

ANDERSON, OSCAR M., 414 W. Broadway, Princeton. 

ANDERSON, ROY TAYLOR, 804 Blackford Ave., Evansville. 

ANDREWS, EDWIN HAYMOND, 1125 S. Jefferson St., Muncie. 

ANDREWS, WILBUR F., New Lebanon. 

ANKENBROCK, RAY PETER, 701 Terrace Ave., Indianapolis. 

ANTRIM, NOEL GRANT, 835 N. New Jersey St., Indianapolis. 

APPEL, CHARLES EDWARD, Seymour. 

APPLEGATE, EMERSON L., 4744 Baring Ave., East Chicago. 



APPLEGATE, EUGENE LeMERLE, 512 E. Chestnut St., Jefferson- 

ville. 
APPLEGATE, MARION WILLIAM, Brazil. 
ARBOGAST, CHARLES D., Anderson. 

ARMSTRONG, W. R., 337 E. Washington Blvd., Ft. Wayne. 
ARNETT, EMMETT WALLACE, 100 E. Wood St., West Lafayette. 
ARNKENS, CONRAD S„ 901 E. Clinton St., Frankfort. 
ARNOLD, CHARLES B., 222 N. 6th St., Vincennes. 
ASBELL, ERNEST, Shoals. 
ASHBY, JOSEPHUS R., Ladoga. 
ASHER, FRED S., 1107 W. 31st St., Indianapolis. 
ATCHLEY, HERBERT E., Sandburn. 
ATWOOD. C. B., 733 Belmeade Ave., Evansville. 
BAADE, ERIC ALBERT, 729 E. Jefferson St., Ft. Wayne. 
BACKUS, WALTER J., 1301 State St., La Porte. 
BADOLLET, ROBERT P.. 712 N. 8th St., Vincennes. 
BAKER, CHARLES I., Troy. 

BAKER, FREDERICK C, 801 S. 18th St., Elwood. 
BAKER, JOHN D., 1136 S. 6th St., Terre Haute. 
BAKER, WALKER W., Monticello. 
BALES, HAROLD M., Darlington. 
BALL, ETHELBERT S., Brookston. 
BALL, JOSEPH S., 521 Virginia Ave., Elkhart. 
BALLINGER, CHARLES A., Upland. 

BALTZELL, ERNEST ROSCOE, 319 W. Walnut St., Princeton. 
BARBOUR, HAROLD LEE, Columbus. 



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BARKER, WALLACE N., Michigan City. 

BARLEY, WALTER MARION, 203 S. Bronson St., Marion. 

BARNES, CLIFTON R., 717 N. Illinois St., Monticello. 

BARNHIZER, JOSEPH S., New Augusta. 

BATTON, ROBERT R.. 10 Bedford Block. Wabash. 

BAUGHMAN, HARRY L., 1718 S. M. St., Bedford. 

BAUMGARTER, IRA PAYNE, 850 Walnut St., Clinton. 

BAUMGARTER, THOMAS R., 850 Walnut St., Clinton. 

BAXTER. GEORGE S., Auburn. 

BEAL, DOREL L., Barnes Apts., Logansport. 

BEALE, GUY R„ 3125 N. New Jersey St., Indianapolis. 

BEAMER, J. V., 413 N. Miami St., Wabash. 

BECHTHOLD, JOSEPH, Urbana. 

BECHTOLD, RAYMOND P., North Manchester 

BECK, ROBERT T., P. O. Box 366, Washington. 

BECKER, CHARLES S., 3773 Washington Blvd., Indianapolis. 

BEEHLER, ERNEST WILLIAM, South Bend. 

BEERMAN, WALTER R., Bass Road. Ft. Wayne. 

BEHLMER, HARVEY E., 308 Herman St.. Batesville. 

BELL, ELDO, 2753 Ashland Ave., Indianapolis. 

BELL. WALTER L., R. R. No. 9. Bloomington. 

BENJAMIN, CHARLES H., R. F. D. No. 8. Ft. Wayne. 

BENNETT, WALTER F., Broad Ripple. Indianapolis. 

BENNETT, WINFRED C, Bloomfield. 

BERCAW, WALTER N., 1300 W. 4th St., Anderson. 

BERGHOFF, WALTER E., 1410 E. Washington St., Ft. Wayne. 

BERHAM. MORTON M., Clay City. 

BERKEY, HOWARD L., 112 S. sth St., Goshen. 

BERKOWITZ, ISADORE, 518 Crawford St., Terre Haute. 

BERNER, L. R., 3420 Broadway, Indianapolis. 

BERNDT, ARTHUR H., 413 N. Walnut St., Bloomington. 

BEST, CLAUS HOWARD, 2216 E. 10th St., Indianapolis. 

BINFORD, JOHN C, 224 W. Walnut St., GreenBeld. 

BINZER, HARRY, 640 S. 7th St., Terre Haute. 

BISHOP, McKINLEY HOBART, 3006 State St., Lafayette. 

BLANCHARD, WILBUR SPEECE, R. F. D. No. 1, Delphi. 

BLOUGH. MARTIN L., 618 S. 6th St., Goshen. 

BOCK, DANIEL L., 572 W. Jefferson St., Kokomo. 

BOGUS, ORO G., Fountain City. 

BOND, GLENN, 1554 Broadway, Indianapolis. 

BONER, CLAUDE ERASTUS, Mt. Comfort. 

BOOTH, NORMAN R., 311 N. Main St., South Bend. 

BOOTHE, GEORGE E., 702 W. Salina Ave., Indianapolis. 

BORAH, MAURICE D., 235 S. Seminary St., Princeton. 

BORNEMAN, RALPH J., 421 N. 9th St., Lafayette. 

BOURRET, ARCHIE W., West Bend. 

BOWEN, EDMUND J., 1046 N. Jefferson St., Huntington. 

BOWEN, GEORGE A., 517 E. 20th St., Indianapolis. 

BOWER, WILLIAM G., Tipton. 

BOWLBY, FRED C, 210 N. Reed St., Warsaw. 

BOWSHER, RUSSELL D., 2028 N. 13th St., Terre Haute. 

BOYD, LANDON BAIRD, 911 Michigan Ave., La Porte. 

BREITENBACH, DOMINICK P., Wanatah. 

BRICKLEY, PAUL J., 814 N. High St., Hartford City. 



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BRIER, LELAND F., Lafayette. 

BRITTON. EARL A., R. R. No. 6. Box No. 138, South Bend. 

BROCK, HARRY R., Noblesville. 

BROOKS, LEONARD JOSEPH, 12 W. Monroe St., Goshen. 

BROPHY, JOHN W., 1620 Fletcher St., Anderson. 

BROWN, ARCH A., 5087 E. Washington St., Indianapolis. 

BROWN, EVLAN E., R. R. No. i. Box No. 29, Newport. 

BROWN, LOUIS M., 810 S. 4 th A St., Evansville. 

BROWN, LUTHER F., Deedsville. 

BROWN, MARK ANTHONY, 514 E. Walnut St., Kokomo. 

BROWN, PAUL D., Columbia Club, Indianapolis. 

BROWN, PARKS THEODORE, R. R. No. 1, Tangier. 

BROWN, ROBERT GLENN, 104 W. 7th St., Bloomington. 

BROWN, WILLIAM A., Flora. 

BRUCE, FRANK J., P. O. Box 16, Roann. 

BRUNER, LEE L., 316 E. Race St.. Portland. 

BRUNER, WILLIS HOWARD, 3906 S. Washington St., Marion. 

BRYAN, RALPH A., Forest, Clinton Co. 

BUCKNER, JOY F., Poneto. 

BULLOCK, ROBERT OLIVER, R. R. No. 2, Albany. 

BUNDY, RAYMOND S., 304 Hanover Ave., Aurora. 

BUNKER, FRANK S., Pennville. 

BUNTING, EARL H., 4860 Olcott Ave., East Chicago. 

BURBANK. CLAYTON D., 80s Home Ins. Bldg.. Indianapolis. 

BURDGE, REED, 2533 Broadway, Logansport. 

BURK, JAY M., Converse. 

BURKE, DENNIS, Wawaka. 

BURKHARDT. WALTER ELIAS, R. R. "A," Lafayette. 

BURTON, HARRY, Sheridan. 

BUSBY, LAWRENCE MILTON, Lapel. 

BUSCHATZ, RICHARD E., 527 E. Penna. Ave., South Bend. 

BUTTERWORTH, WILLIAM H., S 22 S. Michigan St., South 

Bend. 
BUXTON, HAROLD R., Shelbyville. 
BYERS, CECIL W.. Boonville. 
BYERS, RAYMOND NICHOLS, Franklin. 
BYRD, GEORGE D., c/o Voorhees Lumber Co.. Frankfort. 
BYRENS, WILLIAM E., R. R. No. 4. Seymour. 
BYRNE, BASIL U., Georgetown. 
BYRNE. HERMAN D., R. D. No. 3, Georgetown. 
CAIN, CHARLES C, 1809 N. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis. 
CAIN, HOWARD H., Gary. 
CALE. WILLARD G., Albany. 

CAMERON, LAWRENCE, R. F. D. No. 3, Rushville. 
CANADAY, OLIVER B., City Engineer's Office, Gary. 
CANTRELL, JOHN D., R. R. No. 3, Linton. 
CAPLINGER, CARMON O., Advance. 
CAREY, OWEN, 521 N. Riley St., Indianapolis. 
CARGAR. HARRY V., Nappanee. 
CARMAN, JAMES G., 1320 Hanna St., Ft. Wayne. 
CARNAHEN, HUGH LLOYD, R. No. 5, Auburn. 
CARPENTER, JAY V., 401 E. National Ave., Brazil. 
CARROTHERS. JOHN W.. Monticello. 
CARTER, HOWARD K., 124 E. Creighton Ave., Ft. Wayne. 



CARTER, WILBUR MAXWELL, 3561 N. Pennsylvania St., Indiana- 
polis. 
CARTWRIGHT, CLARENCE E., New Harmony. 
CARVER, FRED E., Columbia City. 
CARY, SETH D., R. R. No. 2, Hamilton. 
CASTELL, STANLEY, Angola. 

CAUFFMAN, EDWARD DAWSON. R. R. No. 3. Claypool. 
CECIL. HENRY JACKSON, 429 Harrison St., Gary. 
CHANCELLOR, JOHN E., 204 E. Markland Ave., Kokomo. 
CHITTICK. PERCY. R. R. No. 1, Sedalia. 
CHRISTIE, LLOYD T., 401 Beechwood St., Muncie. 
CLAPP, DANIEL G., Otisco. 

CLARK, HARLON M., 615 Charles St., Huntington. 
CLARK, RAY WALLACE, 649 N. Mulberry St., Muncie. 
CLARK, SHERMAN W., 500 S. Lee St., Garrett. 
CLIFFORD, GEORGE O.. 716 S. 1st St., Evansville. 
CLIFTON, RAYMOND F.. Crawfordsville. 
CLINE, DEAN, 305 W. Maumee St., Angola. 
COAPSTICK, ORPHEUS P., R. R. No. 2, Frankfort. 
COCHRAN, HERBERT, Burnetts Creek. 
COCHRAN, MORRIS E., Crawfordsville. 
COFFIN, C. F., 1504 College Ave., Indianapolis. 
COGAN, JOHN B., 1020 Sycamore St., Vincennes. 
COHEN, SULTAN G., 1415 Spring St., Jeffersonville. 
COLE. HERSCHELL G., North Judson. 
COLLINGS, H. B., Rockville. 

COLLINS, CARROLL PINKERTON, 925 Plum St., Newcastle. 
COLLINS, DONALD EDWIN, R. R. No. 2, Dunkirk. 
COLLINS. HAROLD PINKERTON, 92s Plum St.. Newcastle. 
COLLINS, WILLIAM J., 3523 Grapevine St., Indiana Harbor. 
COLLOM, DON. La Crosse. 

COLTIN, JAMES ARTHUR, 2109 N. 10th St., Terre Haute. 
CONKEY, VICTOR P., Mitchell. 
CONNER. ARCHIBALD THOMPSON, Columbus. 
CONSTABLE, RAYMOND L., Goodland. 
COOK, CHARLES C, New Harmony. 
COOK, EDWARD C, 409 Main St., Valparaiso. 
COON, GUY D., 1224 Wefel St., Ft. Wayne. 
COPELAND, JOHN T., Route "O" Box No. 268, Indianapolis. 
COPES. RAY AUGUSTUS, Route No. 1, Brookville. 
CORBIN, CLAUDE, Jolietville. 
CORTWRIGHT, HERBERT F.. Hartford City. 
COSLER, MYRON C, 731 Lemcke Bldg., Indianapolis. 
COSLER, RUSSELL O., 2902 Rader St.. Indianapolis. 
COTTINGHAM, WALTER E., 82 E. Hannibal St., Noblesville. 
COURTNEY, LYLE V., Waveland. 

COWGER, CLARENCE R., 20s N. Illinois St., Monticello. 
COX, ASHER, Thorntown. 
COX, EARL D., Cromwell. 

COX, EDWARD R., 716 N. Walnut St., Muncie 
COX, LELAND J., Elizabethtown. 
COY, PAUL CHARLES, Angola. 

CRAIG, CHESTER ALLEN, 1304 N. Central Ave., Connersville. 
CRAIG, CLARENCE A., R. R. No. 1, Seymour. 



CRAIG, JAMES W., 1209 S. Mulberry St., Muncie. 
CRAIG, REUBEN ARTHUR, Ockley. 
CRANE, LOUIS S., 1619 E. Spring St., New Albany. 
CRECELIUS, OWEN L„ Bicknell. 

CRIST, THURMAN, R. R. No. "B." West Terre Haute. 
CROMWELL, DEWITT P., 54 S. 15th St., Terre Haute. 
CROUCH, JAMES A., 67 Y. M. C. A., Indianapolis. 
CROXIER, FRANK CRAVEN, 312 Kenmore Road, Indianapolis. 
CRUMP, LAWRENCE W„ 106 Hill St., Greencastle. 
CULL, EVAL. L., Salamonia. 

CUMMINS, FRANCIS D., 421 Vistula St., Elkhart. 
CUNNINGHAM, ROSS B.. R. F. D. No. 6, Muncie. 
DANIELS, BRUCE, 312 Canterbury Apts., Indianapolis. 
DARGUE, JOHN P., Hamilton. 

DARNEAL, THOMAS S., 207 W. Spring St., New Albany. 
DARROW, FRANK W„ Wolcott. 
DAUTEL, WALTER H., 90s Brown St., Lafayette. 
DAVIDSON, FRANKLIN G., Crawfordsville. 
DAVIDSON. SEAVER, Goodland. 
DAVIS, CHESTER B., 828 Nelson St., Indianapolis. 
DAVIS, FLOYD E.. Culver. 
DAVIS. ORA ALVUS, 220 Mill St., Boonville. 
DAVIS, RAYMOND GRANT, Montpelier. 
DAVIS, WARREN C, 313 W. nth St., Rochester. 
DAVISON, BURNS H.. 219 E. Water St., Princeton. 
DAVISSON. HAROLD BELL, 217 E. 10th St.. Rochester. 
DAWES, GEORGE E., 46 E. Maple St., Jeffersonville. 
DAY, RAY MORRIS, 31 18 N. New Jersey St.. Indianapolis. 
DEAL. LUCIEN P., 616 High St.. Elkhart. 
DEAN, ARGUS, Marble Hill. 
DEARDORF, GEORGE W., Montmorenci. 
DEARDURFF, HARLEY E., Brook. 
DeCAMP, SAMUEL M., Avilla. 
DECKER, ALPHONSO, Hazleton. 
DEHART, HENRY T., 321 N. sth St., Lafayette. 
• DELKER, JAKE F., S934 Shelley Ave., Indianapolis. 
DeMARCUS, WILSON BRUCE, Danville. 
DEMING, BYRON J., R. F. D. No. 3. Franklin. 
DeMUNBRUN, CHARLES M., Mays. 
DENNIS, ROSCOE G., R. F. D. No. is, Whiteland. 
DENNY, MAURICE R., 1424 S. 7th St., Terre Haute. 
DENNY, PRESTON MOORE, 619 S. 2d St., Evansville. 
DERRICK, MORRIS K., Michigantown. 
DIETRICH, HARRY W., Noblesville. 
DIKE, CLYDE C, Owensville. 
DILLON, CLAUDE JAMES, Van Buren. 

DOCHTERMAN, EDWARD N„ 103s Lake Ave., Ft. Wayne. 
DOUDICAN, FRANK JAMES, 41 Johnson Ave., Indianapolis. 
DOUGLAS. WALTER B., Shelbyville. 
DOWLING, WILLIAM W., 616— 14th St., Logansport. 
DRESCHER, New Albany. 
DUGGINS, HUBERT J., Youngs Creek. 
DUNCAN, DONALD M., 4S0 N. Center St., Terre Haute. 
DUNIHUE, ALEXANDER H., 1609 North St., Bedford. 



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DUNLAP, ALLAN A., Division Eng'r. U. T. Co. of Ind., Tipton. 
DUNMIRE. ROSCOE W., R. R. Elkhart. 
DUTRIEUX, CHARLES P., 413 N. Birdsell St., South Bend. 
EASH. CHARLES S., Shipshewana. 

EBERT, FREDERICK A., 679 S. Hohman St., Hammond. 
EDWARDS, MAX, Monroe City. 

EFROYMSON. ABRAM B., 1516 Ashland Ave., Indianapolis. 
EHRENSPERGER, HAROLD A., 2010 College Ave., Indianapolis. 
EIKENBERRY, DANIEL H., 727 E. Walnut St., Kokomo. 
EIKENBERRY, ROBERT LEWIS, 1322 E. Vermont St., Indianapolis. 
ELLIS, F. E., 216 Ohmer Ave., Indianapolis. 
EMBLETON, WELDON K., Swanington. 
EMERSON, THOMAS. Angola. 
EMSHWILLER. JAMES R., Hartford City. 
EMSWELLER, CLEO, New Salem. 
ENGELHART, IRA H., 18 E. Church St., Brazil. 
ENOCHS, JAMES HAROLD, Carlisle. 
ETCHESON, WILLIAM E.. Bainbridge. 
ETTINGER, JOSEPH J., Warsaw. 
EVANS, ALBERT A„ Davidson. 
EVANS, ALBERT O., 243S Broadway, Indianapolis. 
EVANS, GEORGE M., 325 W. Berry St., Ft. Wayne. 
EVINGER. FLOYD H„ R. R. B., West Terre Haute. 
EYLENS, LAWRENCE J., Battle Ground. 
FAGAN, VINCENT F.. Sorin Hall, Notre Dame. 
FAIRFIELD, GEORGE HOWE, Pleasant Lake. 
FARR, OMER BATES, Liberty. 

FARRINGTON, CLARENCE LEROY, 1406 Nordike Ave., Indiana- 
polis. 
FATTIC, LEE. Middletown. 

FEENEY, ALBERT G„ 1321 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis. 
FEIGHTNER, HAROLD C. Huntington. 
FERGUSON, ORMAL J., Gaston. 

FILER, WILLIAM J., 213s Central Ave., Indianapolis. 
FINLEY, EARL D., Elizabethtown. 
FINNEGAN, LUKE W„ Clarks Hill. 
FISHER, DAVID C. Battle Ground. 
FLAHARTY, FRANK J., 133 E. William St., Ft. Wayne. 
FLANNIGAN, CASSIUS R., 309 Jones Ave., Crawfordsville. 
FLEMING. ROSCOE B., Moores Hill. 
FLOCKEN, JACOB J., Tavern Hotel, New Albany. 
FOOHEY. PAUL J.. 210 W. Crighton Ave., Ft. Wayne. 
FOOTE, FRANK W., 208 S. Orange St., Albion. 
FOOTE, GEORGE L., New Albany. 
FORKNER, GEORGE D., 521 S. Main St., Newcastle. 
FOSTER, FRED H.. 1062 Udell St., Indianapolis. 
FOSTER, LEROY S., 324 Parrett St., Evansville. 
FOSTER, ROBERT F., Culver Military Academy, Culver. 
FOX, HAROLD S., 820 S. 4th St., Terre Haute. 
FRANK, GLEN C. 619 Lincoln Ave., Bedford. 
FRANKE, K. G., 2052 Central Ave., Indianapolis. 
FRANKS, JOHN, R. R. No. 9, Portland. 
FRAZE, MALCOLM, 221 S. Oak St., Kendallville. 
FREE, ROBERT C, 330 W. 10th St., Anderson. 



FREEMAN, HOMER R., R. F. D. No. 3. Gosport. 

FREUND, PAUL H., 103 Upper 7th St., Evansville. 

FRIBLEY, EARL F., Bourbon. 

FRISZ, FRED J„ 13th & Chestnut Sts., Terre Haute. 

FUDGE. ROGER M., Dunkirk. 

FUNK, GALAND V., 815 Union Ave., Anderson. 

GAGE, CLYDE C, 2631 Central Ave., Indianapolis. 

GALL, QUIM O., Warsaw. 

GALLOWAY, ROBERT, South Bend. 

GARDNER, WILLIAM J., Independence. 

GARNER, J. P., 422 S. Darling St., Angola. 

GATES. LESLIE E., R. F. D. No. 7, Kokomo. 

GATES, ROLLY L.. R. F. D. No. 7. Kokomo. 

GATTERRER, HERMAN A., 506 Bank St., New Albany. 

GAUSS, RALPH NELSON, 620 E. 40th St., Indianapolis. 

GEAKE, SAMUEL S., 510 W. Jefferson St., Ft. Wayne. 

GEISINGER, EARL, Auburn. 

GESSLER, ALBERT J., 1008 Hugh St., Ft. Wayne. 

GIFFIN. THOMAS E., 410 Seminary St., Crawfordsville. 

GILL, GEORGE E., 506 S. Fess Ave., Bloomington. 

GILLUM, RICHARD P., 63 Gilbert Ave., Terre Haute. 

GILMAN. LAWRENCE HUGH, Boonville. 

GINTHER, SILAS, 1114 E. Spring St., New Albany. 

GISE, L. R., 71s Livingston Ave., Indianapolis. 

GLOSSOP, GEORGE E., Brownsburg. 

GLUNT. JAMES D., 724 W. Oak St., Union City. 

GOBLE. GEORGE WASHINGTON, 436 Hill St., Connersville. 

GODWIN, EVERETT, Albany. 

GOLDSBARRY, ALBERT W., 210 W. 6th St., Peru. 

GOODING, HARLEY L., North Vernon. 

GOODWIN, PEYTON H., 307s S. Main St., Kendallville. 

GOODYKOONTZ, G. E., 6 N. 1st St., Vincennes. 

GOSLER, RUSSELL O., 2902 Rader St., Indianapolis. 

GOSS, RALPH W„ R. D. No. 2. Vincennes. 

GRAETER, RUSSELL M., 902 W. Washington Blvd., Ft. Wayne. 

GRAHAM, J. G.. Riley. 

GRAHAM, WILBER F., R. R. No. 4, Madison. 

GRAMELSPACHER, CLARENCE U., Jasper. 

GREEN, HERMAN A., 1334 Clifton Ave., Logansport. 

GREGG, CLAUDE E., Vincennes. 

GRIFFITH, FORD L„ Pleasant Lake. 

GRISELL, JAMES L., 404 N. Wayne St., Portland. 

GRUBB, EVERETT L., 2610 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis. 

GRUBER, CLARENCE E., French Lick. 

GRUBER, JESSE P., 638 Eugene St., Indianapolis. 

GUTHRIE, JOHN M., 408 W. Wayne St.. South Bend. 

GUTHRIE, WAYNE, 622 Wilson St., Columbus. 

HACKELMAN, RALPH WORSTER, 51s N. Morgan St., Rushville. 

HADDEN. WALTER CASSEL, W. Chestnut St., Hartford City. 

HAINES, BURT, Crawfordsville. 

HALBERSTADT, JOHN W., Farmersburg. 

HALBERSTADT, LORING C, Farmersburg. 

HALEY, AXIOM H., Salem. 

HALL, DANIEL B., Rising Sun. 



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HALL, GEORGE P., 622 N. 3d St., Vincennes. 

HALL, JOHN J.. Williamsport. 

HAMBLEN. JENNINGS BRYAN, Franklin. 

HAMILTON, EDGAR S., 917 E. Washington St., Indianapolis. 

HAMILTON, PHIL D., 706 Indiana St., Valparaiso. 

HAMILTON, WILLIAM L., 1149 E. Market St., Indianapolis. 

HAMP, H. A., 3207 Baltimore Ave., Indianapolis. 

HANEY, OSCAR, Brazil. 

HANNA, HERSCHELL, H., 283s N. Talbott Ave., Indianapolis. 

HANNAH, JAMES C, Coal City. 

HANNUM, REX, Worthington. 

HARAMY, JOHN J., Henley Rd., Richmond. 

HARBIN, RAY H., R. F. D. No. 6, Linton. 

HARBULAK, HARRY J., 143s S. 3d St., Terre Haute. 

HARE, JOHN N., 4270 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis. 

HARE, R. R., 4270 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis. 

HARKINS, FRANK SMITH, 20s W. nth St., Anderson. 

HARNER, CHESTER THOMAS, East nth St., Auburn. 

HARRELL, S., Shelbyville. 

HARRIS, A. R., 1200 Blackford Ave., Evansville. 

HARRISON, HOBART M., Rockville. 

HARTER, ARNOLD, 309 E. Hill St., Wabash. 

HARTMAN, ELMER CHARLES, 1009 Hervey St., Indianapolis. 

HARVEY, FLAVE J., Centerville. 

HASEMAN, ARTHUR, Linton. 

HATFIELD, PAUL H., Walton. 

HATFIELD, ROBERT COLLINS, 24 N. Chester Ave., Indianapolis. 

HATFIELD, WILLIAM R., Bedford. 

HAYOZ, FRED J., 1636 N. Alabama St., Indianapolis. 

HEAL, THOMAS J., Gas City. 

HEARTT, GEORGE DEWEY, R. F. D. No. 5. Monticello. 

HEAZLITT, ROBERT C, 1941 East Spring St., New Albany. 

HECKMAN, HERBERT G., 1106 E. Ohio St., Indianapolis. 

HEEDWOHL, LESLIE J., 1525 S. 10th St., Terre Haute. 

HEILMAN, GEORGE P., 1100 S. 2d St., Evansville. 

HELLER, ROBERT M., 600 S. Main St., Newcastle. 

HELMEN. VERNON R., R. R. No. 5. Box No. 18, South Bend. 

HELVIE, OTTO FRANK, Valparaiso. 

HENDRICKS, WILLIAM C, 355 S. Main St., Frankfort. 

HENRY, JULIUS G., Winamac. 

HERENDEEN, DeLORUS L., 324 Frederick St., Huntington. 

HESLER, RALPH S., 6316 Bellefontain St., Indianapolis. 

HESTON, DARWIN McMASTER, 218 Sunset Ave., Evansville. 

HEWITT, JAMES DeWOLF, 930 N. Jefferson Ave., Indianapolis. 

HIGGINS, HARRY LINCOLN, Kentland. 

HILGERS, ANTHONY H. A., 123 Williams St., Hammond. 

HILL, WILLIAM J., 1109 Lincoln Way, West, South Bend. 

HILLARD, HARRY M., 402 W. Lincoln St., Crawfordsville. 

HINDS. FREEMAN H., Salem. 

HOBART, FLOYD B., West Lebanon. 

HOCKMANN. LOUIS F., New Harmony. 

HODSON, EARL S., 615 S. St. Joseph St., South Bend. 

HOFER, ADOLPH K., Ft. Wayne. 

HOFFMAN, IRA CURTIS, R. No. 1, Box 99, Garrett. 



HOFFMAN, ROBERT A., 311 N. Indiana St., Greencastle. 

HOLDERMAN, JUNE F., 3945 N. New Jersey St., Indianapolis. 

HOLLCROFT, TEMPLE R., Alton. 

HOLTEL, LAWRENCE J., 44 E. Penna. St., Shelbyville. 

HORTON, IRVING M., Mitchell, Lawrence Co. 

HOSIER, OMER C, 801 S. 16th St., Elwood. 

HOTSEN, PILLER, WALTER L., 1015 W. Arch St., Portland. 

HOWE, GLEN F., c/o State Life Ins. Co., Indianapolis. 

HUBER, JOHN W., R. F. D. No. 3, Ridgeville. 

HUDSON, VANCE R., 304 N. Vine St., Muncie. 

HUFFMAN, RALPH JUDSON, 350 Elsley Ave., Auburn. 

HUFFORD, FRANCIS G., R. R. No. i. Patriot. 

HUGHES, JAMES F., 226 N. Michigan St., South Bend. 

HULL, CLARENCE E., Whitestown, Boone Co. 

HUNT, ARTHUR E., 202 W. Broadway, Mishawaka. 

HUNTER, ABNER J., Columbus. 

HUNTER, RONALD E., Logansport. 

HUSSELMAN, EDWARD J., R. F. D. No. 1, Kendallville. 

HUSSEY, WILLIAM A., Clayton. 

HUTCHINSON, JOHN COULIN, 201 Furniture Bldg., Evansville. 

HYDE, E. M., Westville. 

INGLES, JAMES W., 2864 Boulevard Place, Indianapolis. 

ISAY, OSCAR A., Churubusco. 

ISKE, ALVIN G., 3203 Kenwood Ave., Indianapolis. 

JACKSON, EVERETT, Roanoke. 

JACOBS, IRVIN. Ligonier. 

JAHN, ROY G., R. F. D. No. 5, Decatur. 

JAMISON, WILLIAM C, 244 W. Washington St., Sullivan. 

JAQUA, GEORGE WASHINGTON, Winchester. 

JEFFRIES, URBAN BULION, R. R. "A," Rockville. 

JEWETT, HARRY R., 175 Sheffield Ave., Hammond. 

JOCKLEY, PAUL W., 902 S. And St., Elwood. 

JOHANN, WILLIAM, 18 Ravenswood Drive, Evansville. 

JOHNSON, J. OLIVER, Chesterton. 

JOHNSON, WALTER G., 1526 Grove St., Lafayette. 

JOHNSTON, JOSEPH D., R. R. A., Terre Haute. 

JONES, CHARLES R., Marengo. 

JONES, DENNIS RUSSELL, Mentone. 

JONES, HECTOR WARREN, Scottsburg. 

JONES, MARSH H., The Crawford, Crawfordsville. 

JONES, NELSON D., Whiteland. 

JONES, WILLIAM EDWIN, Fowler. 

JOYCE, JOHN S., 1003 N. Buckeye St., Kokomo. 

JULIEN, FLOYD J., Delphi. 

KANE, CHARLES PATRICK, 905 S. Central St., Bloomington. 

KATTMAN, RALPH H., County Bldg., Brazil. 

KATTMAN, ROY I., Brazil. 

KAUFMAN, WILLARD S., 51 S. 18th St., Richmond. 

KEENER, WILLIAM M., 729 E. South St., Lebanon. 

KEGERREIS, CLAUDE S., Bristol. 

KEGERREIS, JUNE, Hartford City. 

KELLER, ANDREW J., Jr., 313 Brackenridge St., Ft. Wayne. 

KELLER, OVID WESLEY, Lyons. 

KELLER, WILLIAM H., 18 S. Lafayette St., Worthington. 



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KELLING, FORREST E., Waldron. 

KENDALL, REGINALD W., 812 Lincoln Ave., Bedford. 
KENNEDY, JOHN H., Oxford. 

KENNEDY, ROSS RUDOLPH, 312 N. Market St., Manchester. 
KENNON, DONALD C., 214 E. Pike St., Crawfordsville. 
KERNS, RUSSELL CLIFFORD, Gen. Del., Lucerne. 
KERR, GEORGE L., Bridgeton. 

KERRIGAN, PAUL F., 013 Washington St., Michigan City. 
KESLING, PAUL T., R. F. D. No. 2, Kokomo. 
KIEFEL, CLARENCE P., Lamar. 
KIEFEL, ERNEST P., Lamar. 
KIETH, ROY, Route No. 3, Aurora. 
KILANDER, FRANK E., 404 High St., Logansport. 
KILLEN, FREDERICK L., 2051 Ruckle St., Indianapolis. 
KILROY, JAMES S., Poseyville. 
KING, EARL B., 2934 N. Penna. St., Indianapolis. 
KINNEY, LAWRENCE W., 67 N. Addison St., Indianapolis. 
KINSELLA, JAMES LAWRENCE, 403 N. 17th St., Richmond. 
KIRBY, HARRY A., 3318 Graceland Ave.. Indianapolis. 
KIRK, JOSEPH THOMAS, 1451 Montcalm St., Indianapolis. 
KITCHEN, JOHN L., Dale. 

KIXMILLER, EDWARD F., 1327 Fairground Ave., Vincennes. 
KLINE. HORTON, Upland. 

KLOCKSIEM, JOHN H., 1209 Clay St., Laporte. 
KNIPPENBERG, HUGH MAXWELL, 2062 N. Illinois St., Indian- 
apolis. 
KNOBLOCK, HERBERT E.. Bremen. 
KOCH, OSCAR F., Huntingburg. 
KOHLER, JOHN H., 81s Huestis Ave., Ft. Wayne. 
KOONTZ, WELDON S., Sidney. 

KRESS, AUSTIN E., 448 N. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis. 
KREUTZINGER, E. P., 632 E. 6th St., Mt. Vernon. 
KRIMMEL, HARRY CHARLES, 1328 Huestis Ave., Ft. Wayne. 
KRON, DANIEL M., Elizabeth. 

KULA, JOSEPH S., 4936 Magoun Ave., East Chicago. 
KUNKEL, EDWARD PAUL, 215 W. 7th St., Jasper. 
KUSS, LOUIS D., 728 Harrison St., Gary. 
LACKEY, JOHN FREDERICK. Mentone. 
LADD, JAMES M., Warsaw. 
LA FOLLETTE, ANCIL S., Ladoga. 
LAFUZE, HAROLD, Liberty. 
LAHR, HERBERT G., Bippus. 
La MAR, E. B., 310— sth St., Aurora. 
LAMBERT, WARD L., Crawfordsville. 
LAMMERS, RONALD D., 1940 N. 7th St., Terre Haute. 
LANCASTER, WILLIAM A., Acton. 
LANNING, CHARLES W., Judson. 
LARKIN, THOMAS E., Box No. 12, Indianapolis. 
LARMORE, PERRY H., Ballard Ice Cream Co., Indianapolis. 
LARSON, ARTHUR W., Ligonier. 
LAWRENCE, JAMES E., Hanover. 

LEACHMAN, HARRY 0„ 355 W. Morrison St., Frankfort. 
LEASURE, PARKHURST D., R. D. No. 3, Warsaw. 
LECKNER, MAX, Jr., 709 N. Penna. St., Indianapolis. 



LEE, HAROLD ARCHIBALD, Mt. Ayr. 

LETSINGER, WILLIAM C. R. R. No. 1, Jasonville. 

LEVI, LOUIS B., Audubon Apts. "H," Evansville. 

LEWIS, ROBERT W., 624 Sycamore St., Terre Haute. 

LIBBERT, CORNELIUS HAROLD, Aurora. 

LIMP, EMIL J., 1406 Barth Ave. Indianapolis. 

LINDLEY, FLOYD E., 701 W. Nelson St., Marion. 

LINDLEY, NORVILLE E.. Greenville. 

LITTLE, M., Lafontaine. 

LITTMAN, CURT A., French Lick Spgs., French Lick. 

LITZENBERGER, L. M., Middletown. 

LIVENGOOD, CLARENCE GERALD, 502 Dubail Ave., South Bend. 

LIVENGOOD, DAVID C, R. F. D. No. 1, Judson. 

LIVENGOOD, JOHN W., Judson. 

LOCHRY, HARRY R., R. F. D. No. 9, Franklin. 

LOCKHART, ARTHUR W., 1937 Bellefontaine St., Indianapolis. 

LOCKWOOD, ELMER R., 617 E. 38th St., Indianapolis. 

LOCKWOOD, LUTHER A., Laurel. 

LOGAN, ARTHUR D., 422 S. Maine St., Goshen. 

LONG, HARRY L., Cicero. 

LONG, HARRY B., Mentone. 

LOSCHE, A. H. W., 626 Buchanan St., Indianapolis. 

LOTT, CHARLES SAMPSON, 307 E. 7th St., Mishawaka. 

LOUDEN, GEORGE REINHARD, 117 Forest Place, Bloomington. 

LOUDERBACK. L. R., 301 N. Main St., Rochester. 

LOUGHRY, LAWRENCE C, 4™ N. Main St., Monticello. 

LOW, RALPH L., 907 E. Oregon St.. Evansville. 

LUELLEN, JOHN B., R. R. No. i. New Lisbon. 

LYNN, JOHN R., 632 East North St., Greensburg. 

McBETH, WILBUR W., 2208 North St., Logansport. 

McBRIDE, JAMES S., West 9th St., Rushville. 

McCLAIN, OKE T., Franklin. 

McCLARREN, PLATO S., Worthington. 

McCLOUD, ERNEST M., 1004 East Main St., Crawfordsville. 

McCLOY, JAMES H., 2308 S. Washington St., Marion. 

McCLURE, HAROLD A., 1728 Brookside Ave., Indianapolis. 

McCLURE, JOHN A., 615 S. 10th St., Lafayette. 

McCLURE, NOBLE JAMES, 614 N. 4th St., Vincennes. 

McCOLLOUGH, EVERETT, Brazil. 

McCONE, JOHN ALFRED, Gaston. 

McCORD, HARRIS C, Rockville. 

McCULLOUGH, HOWARD R., 823 North St., Logansport. 

Mcdonald, Archibald lafayette, weiis & Elmer Aves., 

Ft. Wayne. 
McDONALD, THOMAS M., 312 S. Seminary St., Princeton. 
McDONALD, WILLIAM C, R. F. D. No. It, Talbot. 
McGOWAN, JOSEPH A., 2021 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis. 
McINTOSH, DONALD L., 527 S. 5th St., Lafayette. 
McKEE, J. C. Milroy. 
McLEISH, LLOYD L., Vincennes. 
McMAHAN, JAMES I., Rochester. 
McMAHAN, JOHN L., 1018 S. Main St., Rochester. 
McMAHAN, PATRICK, Rochester. 
McMASTER, HOMER EUGENE, 1107 Riverside Ave., Evansville. 



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McNUTT. JAMES W.. R. R. No. 2. Box No. 45, Brazil. 

McNOTT, JOHN G., 600 Indiana Trust Bldg., Indianapolis. 

McPHERSON, E. C. North Manchester. 

McQUEEN. HARRY DUNCAN, 1313 University Court, Indianapolis. 

McQUINN, LEWIS M., Franklin. 

MACKEY, ARTHUR K., Logansport. 

MAHAFFEY, F. L., 622 S. Branson St., Marion. 

MALLETT, JOHN P., 514 E. Main St.. New Albany. 

MANN, LUTHER B., Independence. 

MANRING, RUSSELL MORRIS, Greentown. 

MANSFIELD, ORAN R., R. F. D. No. 2, Muncie. 

MARLATT, EARL B., 409 W. 7th St., Rushville. 

MARTIN, DIEHL H., 529 N. Main St., South Bend. 

MARTIN, JOSEPH A., 1046 N. Cherry St., Huntington. 

MARTIN, LOWELL SEATON, Cartersburg. 

MASON, FREEMAN C, 425 Byron St., Huntington. 

MASON, JUDSON H., Winona Lake. 

MASON, ROY STANLEY, Cannelton. 

MATHIS, CARL E., Marion Club, Indianapolis. 

MAURER, WILLIAM FREDERICK, 219 W. 5th St., Mt. Vernon. 

MAUZY, HENRY LOUIS, c/o The Mauzy Co., Rushville. 

MAXFIELD, ORVILLE R., Losantville. 

MAXWELL, JAMES E., R. F. D. Route "A," Plainfield. 

MAY, ARTHUR LAWRENCE, 419 W. Jefferson Blvd., South Bend. 

MAZE, CLARENCE GORDON, 701 University Ave., Muncie. 

MEAD, RAYMOND FRANKLIN, 3332 Central Ave., Indianapolis. 

MEAD, WALTER G., 716 N. Main St., Salem. 

MECHLING, EDGAR J., Cutler. 

MEDCALF, HORACE C, Dale. 

MEEKS, LESLIE H., Thorntown. 

MELICK, GLENN D., 70s W. Market St., Warsaw. 

MENDENHALL. MAURICE L., 212 E. sth St., Sheridan. 

M ERICA, STANLEY B.. Rensselaer. 

MERIDITH, CHARLES H., R. F. D. Box No. 53, Indianapolis. 

MERRELL, RAYMOND ROY, 618 Chestnut St., Terre Haute. 

MERRYMAN, ROBERT A., 407 N. 2d St., Decatur. 

MESSNER. CHARLES A., Columbia City. 

METZGER. CHARLES R., Indianapolis. 

MEYER, CLIFFORD J., 914 E. Colfax Ave., South Bend. 

MICK, WILLIAM E., 1812 Merd St., Indianapolis. 

MICKEL. EARL J., 2517 S. Washington St., Marion. 

MIDDLETON. WILLIAM J., 710 E. 3d St., Mishawaka. 

MILES, IVAN R., Bethlehem. 

MILLER, CARL M., 3168 N. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis. 

MILLER, EUGENE C, 1637 N. Illinois St., Indianapolis. 

MILLER, HENRY HUGHES, 509 W. Kirkwood Ave., Bloomington. 

MILLER, HUGH A., 403 E. Wabash Ave., Crawfordsville. 

MILLER, LAWRENCE A., 501 N. Illinois St., Monticello. 

MILLER, MICHAEL PAUL, n 21 Pearl St., Anderson. 

MILLER, PAUL B.. Amboy. 

MILLETTE, PATRICK L., 126 N. 13th St., Terre Haute. 

MILLHOLLAND, DONALD M., 3136 N. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis. 

MILLS, EDGAR W., 331 Winchester St., Decatur. 

MINKLER, ROBERT H., 80s N. Washington Ave., South Bend. 



MINNICK, EARL D., 204s N. 8th St., Terre Haute. 

MINNIEAR, ELMER V., Liberty Center. 

MITCHELL, ERNEST REECE, 1506 8. Madison St., Muncie. 

MITCHELL, MARION PAUL, R. R. No. 4, Battle Ground. 

MITCHELL. THOMAS MILES, 5369 E. Washington St., Indianapolis. 

MIZE, GEORGE G., 801 Dawson St., Indianapolis. 

MOCK, WALTER P., 329 N. Main St., Kendallville. 

MOFFITT, HOWARD G., R. F. D. No. 2, Indianapolis. 

MOGGE, ARTHUR ROCKELMANN, Stratford Apts., Evansville. 

MOHR, ROY, R. F. D. No. 4, Edinburg. 

MONTAGUE, JOHN L., Acton. 

MONTGOMERY, ALLEN S., Hanover. 

MONYHAN, JOHN R., 1945 Broadway, Indianapolis. 

MOORE, ADDISON G., R. F. D. No. 1, Flora. 

MOORE, OTHMAR L., 104 N. Randolph St., Garrett. 

MOORE, J. R. H., 108 S. Ritter Ave., Indianapolis. 

MOORE, ROBERT H., Garden Bldg., Michigan City. 

MOORE, ROBERT N., 116 S. Audubon Rd., Indianapolis. 

MOORE. WILLIAM LEVI, Owensville. 

MORROW, ARTHUR ELI, R. F. D. No. 2, Pennville. 

MOTE, RUSSELL ELBERT, 507 W. Pennsylvania St., Rockville. 

MOTE, SEIBERT WOODBURY, 330 N. Union St., Union City. 

MOUNSEY. CARY E., Keystone. 

MULLANE, MERLIN D., 130 S. Ritter Ave., Indianapolis. 

MULVEY, ROBERT R., R. R. "J," Lafayette. 

MURPHY, GEORGE O., Chandler. 

MURPHY, WILLIAM C, 406 W. Main St., Crawfordsville. 

MURRAY, GERALD E., 208 Park Ave., Rensselaer. 

MYERS, BENJAMIN H., 210 Cranes Drive, Crawfordsville. 

MYERS, HERBERT W., 1126 Fairfield Ave., Ft. Wayne. 

NAGLE, HARRY H., 1512 Rembrandt St., Indianapolis. 

NASH, ROY G., Solsberry. 

NASH, WILLIAM P., Sharpsville. 

NATTKEPNER, WAYNE F., 1225 S. Center St., Terre Haute. 

NEERMAN, ALFRED G., 2604 Sutherland Ave., Indianapolis. 

NELSON, BRAINARD, Morristown. 

NELSON, FRANS A., 820 W. 4th St., Anderson. 

NELSON, LECOQ H., 1838 Elkin Ave., New Albany. 

NEVIN, W. E., Thorntown. 

NEWELL, EDWIN 0., Gen. Del., Columbus Junction. 

NEWELL, NED, 411 S. 6th St., Goshen. 

NEWMAN, ALVIN E., 625— 10th St., Tell City. 

NIEDNAGEL, EMIL HENRY, 927 Lincoln Ave.. Evansville. 

NIEMEYER, HARRY E., Dillsboro. 

NOBEL, R. R. No. 2, Crawfordsville. 

NOBLE, WILLIAM K., Jr., 420 W. Wayne St., Ft. Wayne. 

NOLAN, VAL S., 721 Adams Ave., Evansville. 

NORTON, CHARLES T., Box 437, Anderson. 

NORTON, PAUL R., 1130 Indiana Ave., South Bend. 

NYE, M. A., Warsaw. 

O'BANION, CLAYTON L., 27 W. Adams St., Tipton. 

O'BANNON, ROBERT P., 282 Littleton St., West Lafayette. 

O'BRYAN, EUGENE, R. R. No. 3, c/o Theo. Larr, Jasonville. 

O'HAIR, ROBERT H., 209 E. Seminary St., Greencastle. 



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O'MEARA, JAMES WHITMORE, 630 Jackson St., Anderson. 

OBENCHEIN, RALPH R., South Whitley. 

OSBORN. CHARLES M., Indianapolis. 

OTT. ROLLIN L., 49 N. Water St., Franklin. 

OTTO, CHARLES C, Edinburg. 

OVERMAN, JOHN L., Marion Club. Indianapolis. 

OWENS, ROBERT, 410 Vine St., Boonville. 

PAETZ. HERBERT E., 136 1 Madison Ave., Indianapolis. 

PAINE, E. H.. 750 Jackson St., Gary. 

PAISLEY, GEORGE FRANCIS, 1021 W. Wood St., Decatur. 

PALMER, HARRY AMMON, Crawford Hotel, Crawfordsville. 

PALMER, JOHN EVERETT, 129 Vine St., West Lafayette. 

PASSMORE, U., R. F. D. No. 2, Marion. 

PATTERSON. GEORGE AMOS, 710 N. Harrison St., Alexandria. 

PATTON. WILLIAM B., 3504 Fall Creek Blvd., Indianapolis. 

PAULSON, R. J., R. F. D. No. 3. Haubstadt. 

PAYNE, HOWARD E., 815 S. 7th St., Goshen. 

PAYTON. FRAZIER J., 1424 Grand Ave., Terre Haute. 

PEAK. JOHN E., 225 Lincoln Way East, South Bend. 

PEARSON, CARL E., R. R. No. 1, Bedford. 

PEEL. FRANK P., 117 E. Chestnut St., Jeffersonville. 

PENCE. SAMUEL ALLEN. 215 S. Euclid St., Angola. 

PERSONETT, KENNETH VANE, R. F. D. No. 4, Rochester. 

PETERSON, JOHN D., Decatur. 

PETERSON, LEVERETTE ANDREW, sio E. Ft. Wayne St. 

Warsaw. 
FETTER, GEORGE L.. 920 State St., Lafayette. 
PETTIT, ROSCOE L., 3209 E. Michigan St., Indianapolis. 
PFAU. ALBERT L., 2245 N. 9th St., Terre Haute. 
PFENNIG, ALBERT J., 907 S. 7th St.. Terre Haute. 
PHILLIPS, ARDITH LOWELL, Coatesville. 
PHILLIPS. RUSSELL B., 252 W. St. Clair St., Wabash. 
PIERCE, DO MA D., 604 Virginia Ave., Indianapolis. 
PINAIRE, C. H., Ramsey. 

PIPES, HENRY DORHAM, 2900 S. 13th St., Terre Haute. 
PLASS, JOHN WIDFRED, 1331 Church St., Vincennes. 
PLOGSTERTH. W. THOMAS, 315 W. Taber St.. Ft. Wayne. 
POLK, LESTER L., New Goshen. 
POLK. OMER E., Austin. 
POWERS. SCOTT B., R. D. No. 4, Angola. 
PRANGE, MARTIN H., 1741 Wabash Ave., Ft. Wayne. 
PRASS, EARL PAUL, 208 Tinkler St., Lafayette. 
PRIDDY. VIRGIL OMER. 706 S. State St., Huntington. 
PRIEST. LOREN F., Brookville. 
PURCELL, WILLIAM WHITACKER, Carlisle. 
PYKE, ALBERT N.. 656 E. 23d St., Indianapolis. 
PYKE, CHARLES F.. 656 E. 23d St.. Indianapolis 
QUACKENBUSH, HARRY C, Bedford. 
RAIRDON. RAYMOND O., 598 Jefferson St., Franklin. 
RANDELL, CORTES G., R. R. No. 2, Lawrenceburg. 
RAUCH. JOHN G, 1003 Fletcher Trust Bldg.. Indianapolis. 
RAWLES, THOMAS H., 924 E. 3d St., Bloomington. 
REAS. E. L., Corydon. 

RECKER, MAX R., 2004 N. Meriana St., Indianapolis. 
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REDENBO, ROSE McKINLEY, Wolf Lake. 

REED, CLYDE WARWICK, R. R. No. 3, Bloomington. 

REED, HOBART D., Ft. Branch. 

REED, PAUL E., Alpine. 

REES, MYRON L., 518 Pontiac St.. Rochester. 

REEVE, CHARLES HUBERT, 7 Dewey Ave., Washington. 

REEVES, BENJAMIN L., Knightstown. 

REEVES, ROBERT F., 931— 5th St., Columbus. 

REINHART, RALPH RAYMOND, Corunna, Dekalb Co. 

REIS, ALBERT F„ Otisco. 

REMLEY, WILLIAM Q. V., Waynetown. 

RENICK, CARL R„ 2307 N. Talbott St., Indianapolis. 

RIBLETT, VICTOR BRYAN, Hamilton. 

RICHEY, HARRY J., 914 S. New Jersey St., Indianapolis. 

RICHEY, L. M., R. F. D. "E." Box No. 138. Terre Haute. 

RIELY, JAMES C, 1214 Elm St., New Albany. 

RINKARD, SAMUEL R., Broadripple Station, Indianapolis. 

RISK, ROY R., R. F. D. No. 3. Madison. 

ROBERTS, BENJAMIN, R. F. D. 1, Box No. 52, Indianapolis. 

ROBERTS, ERNEST E., 2064 Park Ave., Indianapolis. 

ROBERTS, WILLIAM H., R. F. D. No. 1, Box No. 52, Indianapolis. 

ROBINSON, RICHARD C, 521 McClellan St., Warsaw. 

ROCHE, EDWIN J., Stevenson Underwear Mills, South Bend. 

RODERICK, RAYMOND J., Topeka. 

ROHAN, W. H., 114 W. Wayne St.. Ft. Wayne. 

ROLPH, WALTER A., 314 W. 3d St., Mishawaka. 

ROMACK, EMORY C, Greenfield. 

ROOP, RAYMOND M.. R. R. No. 1, Milford. 

ROPER, EVAN JAMES, Hobart. 

ROSS. BENJAMIN RICHARDSON, 405 Parrett St., Evansville. 

ROSS, RAY JOSEPH, 1212 Pearl St., Columbus. 

ROTH, ELMER CLAIR, Dayton. 

ROTTERMAN, LOUIS J.. 586 N. Wabash St., Wabash. 

ROUSH. CHARLES V., 107 N. 8th St., Rockport. 

ROWE, PAUL E., Oswego. 

RUSK, GERALD, Clarks Hill. 

RUTH, CARL E., 355 W. 30th St., Indianapolis. 

RYAN, OSWALD, Anderson. 

SAMPLE, JOHN C, Attica. 

SANDERS, THOMAS K, 637 N. Jefferson St., Muncie. 

SANXTER, OLEN G., Hamilton. 

SCHAAB, DONALD C, 743 N. Main St., Auburn. 

SCHACKELFORD, HARRY MARK, Ladoga. 

SCHAEFER, STANLEY W., 307 S. 17th St., Richmond. 

SCHERZINGER, GEORGE JACOB, 509 Lavina Ave., Ft. Wayne. 

SCHILLING, RALPH P., 4523 Magoun Ave., East Chicago. 

SCHIMMELL, ROBERT CARL, 2220 N. Penn St., Indianapolis. 

SCHLEGEL, CARL A., 670 Park Ave.. South Bend. 

SCHOONOVER, RALPH R., 144 N. 9th St.. Terre Haute. 

SCHREIBER. ADOLPH A., 947 Lemcke Annex, Indianapolis. 

SCHROETER. WILLIAM J., 521 Chicago Ave., Hammond. 

SCHURZ, F. D.. 203 S. Lafayette Blvd., South Bend. 

SCHUSTER, JOHN H., Liberty. 

SCHWARZ, JUNIUS THEODORE, 220 E. Mnroe St., Princeton. 



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SCOTT, C. E., 2123 E. Broad St., Newcastle. 

SCOTT, FRED MARTIN, 615 W. Indiana Ave., Newcastle. 

SCOTT, MILES QUINCY, Route No. 4, Anderson. 

SCOTT, RAYMOND L., Midway McCulloch Blvd., Jeffersonville. 

SCOTT, WINFIELD W., 60s W. Main St., Marshalltown. 

SEARIGHT, WILLIAM, 1324 High St., Logansport. 

SEARS, GUY E., Danville. 

SECHLER, RALPH, St. Joe. 

SECRIST, DANE D., Cromwell. 

SEIDNER, FLOYD, 1314 N. Michigan St., Elkhart. 

SELBY, RECTOR C, R. R. No. 6, Box No. 200, Marion. 

SETTLES, HARRY S., Guion. 

SHAHAN, JOSEPH R., R. R. No. 13, Lebanon. 

SHAMBARGER, VERNIER A., 208 S. Orchard St., Kendallville. 

SHANNER, WENDELL HOWARD, 656 Mulberry St., Terre Haute. 

SHANTEAU, OWEN D., Onward. 

SHELDON, ELROY FRANKLIN, 122 E. Townly St., Bluffton. 

SHELTY, OTTO B. t Apt. No. 10, 146 W. 18th St., Indianapolis. 

SHEPLER, ARTHUR A., R. F. D. No. 7. Warsaw, Kosciusco Co. 

SHIDELER, ARTHUR C, Huntington. 

SHILLING, BENJAMIN C, R. F. D. No. 18, Onward. 

SHIRLEY, WILLIAM RUSSELL, R. R. No. 4, Franklin. 

SHORT, ORVILLE C, Centre Point. 

SHRADER, BUELL, R. F. D. No. 4, Greentown. 

SHRODE, PAREMENUS C, Folsomville. 

SHUBERT, STERLING, Crawfordsville. 

SHU MAKER, CARROLL, West Lafayette. 

SIHLER, LOUIS F., Lottie Hotel, Evansville. 

SIHLER, OSCAR F., 518 State St., Ft. Wayne. 

SIMMONS, ALFRED B., 717 N. College Ave., Bloomington. 

SIMON, DONALD L., 636 Etna Ave., Huntington. 

SIMONIM, WILLIAM, Brook. 

SIMONSON, CHARLES HARTNESS, 24 S. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis. 

SIPE, CLAUDE L., R. F. D. No. 5, Glenwood. 

SLENKER, G. R., Monticello. 

SLICK, RALPH L., 103 North Shore Drive, South Bend. 

SLOANE, HARRISON WEBB, P. O. Box 204, Hammond. 

SMITH, CLYDE C, R. R. No. 8, Box 26, Kokomo. 

SMITH, EARL C, Kendallville. 

SMITH, EMORY V., 810 S. Clark St., Lebanon. 

SMITH, HARRY J., 504 Manchester St., Aurora. 

SMITH, HARRY WALDO, 128 W. Taylor St., Shelbyvill*. 

SMITH, HUBERT HARRIS, New Market. 

SMITH, JAMES JACK, 431 E. Taber St., Ft. Wayne. 

SMITH, JOHN D„ R. R. No. I, Tipton. 

SMITH, LEONARD C, 41 12 Magoun Ave., East Chicago. 

SMITH, P. K., Loogootee. 

SMITH, ROSCOE G., 1618 N. Phillips St., Kokomo. 

SMITH. SILAS ROSCOE, 113 Packard Ave., Ft. Wayne. 

SNAPP, CHARLES R., Hibbard. 

SNYDER, SHERMAN, R. R. No. 8, Crawfordsville. 

SONNTAG, EDWARD M., Riverside, Evansville. 

SOWARD, DAVIS J., 1017J4 E. Main St., Muncie. 

SOWERS, RAY V., Union City. 



SPALDING, C. W-„ 1 1 20 Fletcher Ave., Indanapolis. 
SPALL, CARNIE M., R. F. D. No. 2, Seymour. 
SPENCER, FOREST H., Lynn. 

SPIGEL, JOSEPH L., 902 Linwood Ave., Evansville. 
SPRAGUE, REID B., 1029 W. 29th St., Indianapolis. 
SPROW, WILLIAM J., 114H Washington St., Crawfordsville. 
SPRUHAN, GUY H., Waveland. 
STAHL, RUSSELL G., R. R. No. 5, Sheridan. 
STANLEY, FOSTER L., Ladoga. 
STEELE, MAURICE E., Oakland City. 

STEIN, THEODORE, Jr., R. R. K. i, Box 78, Indianapolis. 
STEINEBACH, F. G., Plymouth. 

STEPHENS, ARTHUR C, 3302 Broadway, Ft. Wayne. 
STEPHENSON, NORMAN E., Warsaw. 
STETZEL, HARRY F., 403 Harris St., Huntington. 
STEVENSON, ROBERT H., 26 E. Church St., Brazil. 
STEWART, A. E., 144 East Hill St., Wabash. 
STEWART, JOHN L., Brookville. 

STEWART, SAMUEL A., Jr., 429 W. Emerson St., Princeton. 
STIDHAM, GURNEY HAMPTON, 521 S. 13th St., Richmond. 
STOGDILL, JAMES W., Bluffton. 
STOOPS, JOHN W., R. R. No. 1, Sheridan. 

STORMONT, DAVID LYTLE, 227 N. Seminary St., Princeton. 
STREETER, H. WINTON, 834 S. 6th St., Terre Haute. 
STRICKLER, ROBERT ELLSWORTH, 301 N. Mills St., N. Man- 
chester. 
STUCKEY, HERMAN A., 1229 California St., Columbus. 
STURGIS, J. D., 131 N. Adams St., Montpelier. 
STUTESMAN, FRANK M., 68 E. 2d St., Peru. 
STUTSMAN, WALTER B., 220 E. Donald St., South Bend. 
SUGAREFF, VANGEL K., no W. 15th Ave., Gary. 
SULLIVAN, CHARLES R., Rising Sun. 
SUMMEY, BERN. H., Shipshewana. 
SUNDERLAND, HARRY L., Brook. 
SURAS, CHARLES V., 15 Glendale Ave., Evansville. 
SWAN, CORWIN M., Gas City. 

SWEENEY, JAMES W., 806 E. Market St., Jeffersonville. 
SWIHART, WALTER I., Akron. 

TAGGART, HAROLD F., 116 S. 14th St., Richmond. 
TALBERT, HAROLD A., 208 S. Franklin St., Garrett. 
TANGUARY, EDWIN M., 2115 Broadway, Logansport. 
TAPPEN, JOSEPH E., Liberty. 

TEAL, GEORGE MILTON, 734 E. Mitchell St., Kendallville. 
TEAL, PAUL H., Arcadia. 

TEMPLETON, JAMES G., C. C. C. & St. L. Ry. Co., Martinsville. 
TERRY, LYON F., Rochester. 
THISTLETHWAITE, DWIGHT, Washington. 
THOM, JAY W., Franklin. 
THOMAS, ADOLPH F., Elberfeld. 

THOMAS, GEORGE CULLEN, Butler University, Indianapolis. 
THOMPSON. HERMAN G., Churubusco. 
THOMPSON, HOMER L., La Grange. 

THOMPSON, HORACE OSMOND, Mooresville, Morgan Co. 
THOMPSON, JAY A., 1636 N. Penna St., Indianapolis. 



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THOMPSON, WILLIAM LEWIS, 1652 Park Ave., Indianapolis. 

THORN, CARL L., New Albany. 

THORNBURG. RALPH D.. Montpelier. 

THRAPP, GLENN E., Avilla. 

THROCKMORTON, WARNER, R. R. B., Clarks Hill. 

TICEN, OTIS V., 953 E. Walnut St., Frankfort. 

TIERNEY, JOHN L., R. No. 3, North Vernon. 

TINGLEY, WILLIAM J., 2528 N. 13th St., Terre Haute. 

TOELLE, WALLACE W., R. F. D. No. 2, Bloomington. 

TOWNSLEY, FRANK I., Chalmers. 

TRABUE, SAMUEL L., Cutters Bldg., Rushville. 

TROTTER, HAROLD 0., 3335 W. Michigan St., Indianapolis. 

TUDOR, ROBERT L., 603 W. Taylor St., Kokomo. 

TUERNAN, NILES G., 21 E. St. Joseph St., Indianapolis. 

TURMAN, CLAUDE K, Cynthiana. 

TURPIN, CHARLES P., Marco. 

VALENTINE, RICHARD F., 2002 Broad St., Newcastle. 

VAN ANTWERP, JESSE O., Hanover. 

VAN NATTA, LYNNS, Battle Ground. 

VAN SKYOCK, ROLAND R., Portland. 

VAWTER, JAMES H., Golden Hill, Indianapolis. 

VEASEY, ARTHUR THOMAS, Lafayette. 

WAGGONER, CHARLES R., 223 Indiana Ave., Jeffersonville. 

WAGNER, CHESTER F., West Terre Haute. 

WAGONER, CLIFFORD E., 5910 E. Washington St., Indianapolis. 

WALKER, HAROLD, 1604 S. 5th St., Terre Haute. 

WALKER, J. E., 2946 Clifton St., Indianapolis. 

WALKER, LUCIUS LEROY, Oriole. 

WALKER, OREN S., Fortville. 

WALLACE, AUSTIN, Argos. 

WALLACE, ROGER W., 1652 Park Ave., Indianapolis. 

WALLACE, WILLIAM P., 106 N. E. 10th St., Washington. 

WALSH, JOSEPH F., 207 Mishawaia Ave., W., Mishawaka. 

WALTER, HUGH M., Rossville. 

WALTON, PAUL F., Fishers. 

WALTZ, RALPH H., Arcadia. 

WARNER, PAUL K., 104 Walker Ave., Jeffersonville. 

WASSON, ORVILLE, Hope. 

WATERMAN, JOHN C, 114 Middlebury St., Goshen. 

WATSON, CLAUDE U., Pimento. 

WATSON, DUDLEY C, R. F. D. No. 2, Uuderwood. 

WEATHERS, FRANK, Sigma Nu House, Greencastle. 

WEBSTER, RALPH F., 329 S. Emerson Ave., Indianapolis. 

WEEKS, LOREN L., 1605 S. Gallatin St., Marion. 

WEIDMAN, RUDOLPH F., 1530 S. 6th St., Terre Haute. 

WEINHARDT, CARL J., Terre Haute. 

WELLER, ELMER C, Dale. 



WELLS, HARRY E., Madison. 

WELTE, H. E., 522 E. Washington, Muncie. 

WERKHOFF, ABNER E., 1244 N. 15th St., Lafayette. 

WEST, LEWIS VANCE, 1008 W. 6th Ave., Gary. 

WHEELER, MARION THOMAS, 119 E. Navarre St.. South Bend. 

WHETSEL. RAYMOND V., Fortville. 

WHITAKER, VIRGIL EDWIN, 94 Carroll St., Hammond. 

WHITE, CLARENCE HESSONG, R. R. No. 8, Greenfield. 

WHITEHEAD, HARRY R., 3003 E. Franklin St., Evansville. 

WHITEHEAD, JOSEPH L., R. No. 3, Muncie. 

WHITING, LEWIS, R. D. D., Francisco. 

WHITLOW, LINDELL W., Marengo. 

WHITMAN, HORACE C, Oakland City. 

WIEDEMANN, RUDOLPH F. E., 1530 S. 6th St., Terre Haute. 

WILLIAMS, ALBERT O., Spiceland. 

WILLIAMS, A. C, Shipshewana. 

WILLIAMS, RAYMOND A., 502 N. Union St., Kokomo. 

WILLIAMS, RAYMOND C, 208 Wiggins St., West Lafayette. 

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM G., 608 Tuttle Ave., Crawfordsville. 

WILSON, LLOYD FLEMING, Helmer. 

WIMMER, JOHN DUHME, Indiana Trust Co., Indianapolis. 

WINSLOW, EDWIN FAY, Carthage. 

WISEHEART, VERL D., Coatesville. 

WOLFBERG, LOUIS, The Fair, Wakarusa. 

WONNING, HARVEY H., Batesville. 

WOOD, ASHTON COOK, 330 Downey Ave., Indianapolis. 

WOOD, CHARLES J., Ridgeville. 

WOOD, CHARLES W., Jasonville. 

WOOD, WILLARD L., Zionsville. 

WOODRUFF, JAMES H., R. No. 3, Bryant. 

WOODRUFF, OWEN J., Kendallville. 

WOOLFOLK, RAY LEWIS, Grand View. 

WOOLLEN, EVANS, Jr., 1635 Talbott Ave., Indianapolis. 

WORLEY, BERYL E., 526 E. Sluss Ave., Bloomington. 

YARIAN, LESTER O., Bourbon. 

YEREX, ABRAHAM, Valparaiso. 

YOCHEM, LEWIS A., R. F. D. No. 3. Brook. 

YOCKEY, CONWAY E., Pleasant Lake. 

YORK, OMAR CLARK, 2620 N. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis. 

YOUNG, FRED L., Walkerton. 

YOUNG, JAMES WILSON, Cynthiana. 

YOUNG, JOHN S., Box No. 136, Roachdale. 

ZARING, WENDELL, Brownstown. 

ZIESEL, FRANK F., c/o Ziesel Bros. Co., Elkhart. 

ZIMMERMAN, EVERETT EDWARD, R. F. D. No. 1, Ridgeville. 

ZIMMERMAN, JESSE GRIFFITH, Noblesville. 

ZURSTADT. WALTER M., 708 Cherry St., Evansville. 



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ABRAHAM, FRANK P., Mt. Pleasant. 

ADAMS. ELBERT AUGUST, Algona. 

ADAMSEN, ANDREW A., R. F. D. No. 4, Correctionville. 

AKERMAN, RUSSELL L., 221 N. nth St. West, Cedar Rapids. 



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AKERSON, IRVING E„ 1803 Franklin St., Keokuk. 
ALBER, EVERETT S., Story City, Story Co. 
ALBERT, MERRIL, Brandon. 
ALDRICH, HOWARD WOOD, 414— 9th St., Sioux City. 



ALEXANDER, AUSTIN H., Kamrar. 

ALLANSON, OSCAR L., St. Ansgar. 

ALLBAUGH, ROLAND C, Lake City. 

ALLEN, FLOYD N., 702 Summit Ave., Clinton. 

ALLEN, GEORGE M., Grand Junction. 

AMEN, JAMES C, Clarinda. 

AMME, CLYDE W., 1622 Crawford St., Boone. 

ANDERSEN, ALBERT, Nevada. 

ANDERSON, ARTHUR SCOTT, Lamoni. 

ANDERSON, CHARLES R.. Minburn. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT G., Laporte City. 

ANDREW, RALPH P., R. R. No. 1. Villisca. 

ANDREWS, NATHAN F., Marshalltown. 

ARCHIE, WILLARD D., Corning. 

ARDUSER, LEON P., 450 Longworthy Ave., Dubuque. 

ARMBRUSTER, DAVID A., c/o E. W. Collins, East St., R. F. D., 

Mt. Pleasant. 
ARNOTT, MAYARD F., 729— 1st Ave. East, Cedar Rapids. 
ATCHISON, EDWARD, 1141 Main St., Dubuque. 
ATWOOD, HENRY S., Whiting. 
AUGUSTINE, HARRY E., R. F. D. No. 5, Creston. 
AULMANN, HERMAN E., R. R. No. 3, Des Moines. 
BABCOCK, OTIS D., 1211— 21st St., Des Moines. 
BAKER, FOREST BRANT, Tipton. 
BAKER, HERBERT C, Emmetsburg. 
BAKER, IRL MARSH, 216 N. Green St., Ottumwa. 
BALSTER, VERNE H., Lost Nation. 
BANE, TOMMY D., Pleasantville. 
BARDRICK, WALTER A., Indianola. 
BARNARD, JOHN H., 502 E. 7th St., Muscatine. 
BARRETT, CARL A., Mitchellville. 
BARRETT, GEORGE B., Lake Mills. 
BARRON, JOSEPH R., Alvord, Lyon Co. 
BASHFORD, HOWARD J., Clarksville. 
BAUSTIAN, FRANK F., Deep River. 

BEALL, ALPHEUS B., Jr., 1511 Douglass St., Sioux City. 
BEALL, CHESTER E., Garwin. 

BEARD, HUGH C, 311 E. Church St., Marshalltown. 
BEARDSLEY, ALBERT LYNN, 1016 Grand View Blvd., Sioux City. 
BECK, JOSEPH C, Morningsun. 
BECKER, EARL B., Elkader. 
BECKER, ORRIE L., 702 E. 8th St., Muscatine. 
BEEBE, FRANK RICHMOND, S. 6th St., Harlan. 
BEECHER, WILLIAM LOUIS, Dougherty. 
BEEVERS, KENNETH ARNOLD, R. F. D. No. 2, Algona. 
BEIDERBECKE, CHARLES B., 1934 Grand Ave., Davenport. 
BELL, WILLIAM C, West Branch. 
BEMIS, WILLIAM SEWARD, Jr., Garner. 
BENTE, ELMER F., Elkader. 
BERDO, HENRY ECROIT, Washington. 
BERG, ARTHUR E., Ruthven. 
BERG, VERNON S., Denison. 
BERRY, RALPH L., Casey. 
BERRY, RALPH W„ Ames. 



BERRY, ROLLIN B., Ames. 

BERRY, THOMAS MARION, Benton. 

BEYATT, EUGENE R., R. F. D. No. 2, Charles City. 

BICKEL, EARL A., McGregor. 

BISHARD, CLARENCE W., 724 Cherokee Ave., Des Moines. 

BISHOP, JEROME C, Muscatine. 

BLACKLIN, THOMAS H., 1432— 3d Ave., East, Cedar Rapids. 

BLAKE, S., Perry. 

BLANCHARD, NORRIS M., 3315 Crescent Drive, Des Moines. 

BLANK, A. G., R. F. D. No. 6, Independence. 

BLOOM, RAY C, 509 Oak St., Muscatine. 

BLUMER, FRANCIS H., Greene. 

BODE, IRWIN T., 1061— 21st St., Des Moines. 

BODHOLDT, ARNE, 222 Logan Ave., Waterloo. 

BOLICK. LAWRENCE R., 1114 "R" St., Burlington. 

BOMKE, HARRY A., 200 Greene St., Muscatine. 

BOURRET, ARCHIE W., West Bend. 

BOURRET, CLYDE, West Bend. 

BOWERS, CLEMENT A., Crawfordsville. 

BOWERSOX, FRED C, Garnavillo. 

BOYD, MARSHALL A., Russell. 

BRADSHAW, GEORGE H., Ft. Dodge. 

BRIDGES, ROBERT M., Montour. 

BROEKER, CLARENCE W., Gladbrook. 

BROOKS, ELLIS L., Seymour. 

BROWN, CHARLES E., Sibley. 

BROWN, CLINT HAROLD, Lohrville. 

BROWN, GROVER W., Box No. 17, Shenandoah. 

BROWN, HAROLD L., 711 W. State St., Marshalltown. 

BROWN, WILLIAM S., Gen. Del., Morningsun. 

BROWNING, GLENN HAZARD, Mt. Vernon. 

BRUNER, HAROLD AUMOCK. Globe Machine & Supply Co., Des 

Moines. 
BUCHAN, WILLIAM C, Charles City. 
BURKHARDT, ROBERT F., 3123 Wright St., Des Moines. 
BUSHNELL, ROBERT B., 2 Walling Court, Davenport. 
BUTLER, ROBERT S., 1128— 22d St., Des Moines. 
BUTLER, WILLIAM P., 24— 10th St., N. W., Mason City. 
BUTZLOSS, HAROLD M., Charlotte. 
CAMPBELL, GEORGE E., 912 W. 1st Ave., Newton. 
CAMPBELL, JOHN L., 3 Georgia Ave., Mason City. 
CAMPBELL, RALPH H., Marble Rock. 
CANNON, ROY P., 1710 Court St., Sioux City. 
CARL. LESLIE M., Lone Tree. 
CARLETON. GUY E„ Spirit Lake. 
CARLSON, CARL M., Clarinda. 
CARR, VIRGIL M., 207 Clara St., Clear Lake. 
CARTER, WILLIAM J., 822— 4th Ave., Grinnell. 
CARVER, JAMES CLAYTON, 208 Carver Bldg., Ft. Dodge. 
CASTILE, HARLAN H., 408 E. Adam St., Fairfield. 
CAUGHLAN, HERMAN H., 1304 W. 4th St.. Waterloo. 
CAXON, BENJAMIN M., West Liberty. 
CESSNA, JOHN T., Jr., 932 High St., Grinnell. 
CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN CLAIR, Bayard. 



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CHANT, HAROLD S., 512 Walnut St., Muscatine. 

CHILCOTE. ARCHIBOLD M., 2312— 4th Ave., Cedar Rapids. 

CHRISTENSEN, LOUIS A., 1062— 38th St., Des Moines. 

CHRISTY. HARRY W., Stamwood. 

CHURCHMAN, CLARENCE H., 1212 Woodland Ave., Des Moines. 

CLARK, GEORGE H., Ida Grove. 

CLARK. RUFUS B., 2137 Grand Ave., Des Moines. 

CLARKE. ERNEST C, 424 N. 3d St., Oskaloosa. 

CLAUSE, OLLE G., Beaver. 

CLEPPE, CARL FREDERICK. 1305 W. Arnold St., Lyons. 

CLEVELAND, IRA A., 17 Courtland Apts., Davenport. 

COCKING, WALTER D., Clear Lake. 

COHN, DAVID, 432 E. Main St., Ottuma. 

CONNELLY, WILLIAM W., Agency. 

CONRAD, FRANTZ C, Burlington. 

CONWAY, JOHN VINCENT, Westfield. 

COOK, CARLETON K., Malvern. 

COOPER, CLIFTON E., 220 Church St., Iowa City. 

CORRIE, JESSIE B., Ida Grove. 

CORSON, GEORGE S., Ames. 

COWAN, GLENN THOMAS, 403 W. 22d St., Cedar Falls. 

COX, FREDERICK G., Iowa City. 

CRANE, WILLIAM GARRETT. Hawarden. 

CRAWFORD, GLEN H., Des Moines. 

CRESAP, WILFRED A., Altoona. 

CROSBY, HAROLD ELLSWORTH, 618— 7th St., Ames. 

CROWLEY, FRANCIS PATRICK. 809 Perry St., Davenport. 

CROWLEY, JOHN R., 808 Perry St., Davenport. 

CRUSINBERRY, WARNER A., 1010— 26th St., Des Moines. 

DARLING, DON H., Cherokee. 

DAVIS, CHARLES A., Maxwell. 

DAVIS, DWIGHT A., 903 E. Burlington St., Iowa City. 

DAVIS, HARRY L., 908— 2d St., Ames. 

DAVIS, R. A., Commercial Savings Bank, Des Moines. 

DAY, JOHN A., Afton. 

DEAN. CHARLES H., Oskaloosa. 

DELANEY, GEORGE M.. 407 Sycamore St., Creston. 

DELANEY, JAMES H., 719— 9th Ave., Clinton. 

DEMPSEY, GEORGE W., 319 6th Ave., Washington. 

DEPUY, CLIFFORD, 1610— 7th St., Des Moines. 

DICKENSHEETS, PAUL E., Beaver & Douglas Aves., Des Moines. 

DIETZ, SHERLOCK M., 302— 7th St., Charles City. 

DILLON, GEORGE E., Red Oak. 

DIMICK, HORACE FRANK, Exira. 

DISERERS, ALBERT J.. 117 N. 12th St., Cedar Rapids. 

DITTMER, WATSON E.. Burt. 

DODDS, LOGAN, 102}^ W. 2d St., Davenport. 

DOERNER. FRED C. Ames. 

DOOLITTLE, RICHARD E., 1326— 24th St., Des Moines. 

DORAN. LUCIEN S., Beaver. 

DRAKE, DONALD HENRY, c/o Balso Oil Co., Council Bluffs. 

DRAKE, SHERMAN G., 517 Vermont St., Waterloo. 

DRAPER, RAYMOND E., Sidney. 

DREIBELBRO, JAY H., 114K Washington St., Iowa City. 



DRIFFILL, WILBUR J., 16 Edgehill Terrace, Davenport. 

DRUMMOND, WALTER E.. 818 E. 14th St., Davenport. 

DUDLEY, ALBERT E., Panora. 

DUNHAM. RALPH L., 625 N. 6th St., Mt. Vernon. 

DVORAK, EDWARD, Swisher. 

DWYER, GERALD F., R. D. No. 4, Dubuque. 

DYAS, WILBUR J., Bellevue. 

EBERSOLD, LEO V., 1209 College St., Cedar Falls. 

EBERT, CHRIS F., 1124 Spring St., Burlington. 

ECKBERG, RUDOLPH A., 1107 Filmore St., Des Moines. 

EDDY, RICHARD R., Waukon. 

EDWARDS, DAMON P., Storm Lake. 

EDWARDS, RALPH M., Iowa Falls. 

EDWARDS, SAMUEL, 103 Burch St., Dubuque. 

EILER, WILLIAM H., Tipton. 

ELLIS, FRANCIS CRISPIN, Grimes. 

ELLIS, HAROLD V., State Center. 

ELWOOD, FRANCIS DALE, Elwood Land Co., Elma. 

ELY, ELMER A., Mason City. 

EPPEL, DAREL C, 1613 Story St., Boone. 

ESHLEMAN, HENRY R., 1009 Lincoln Blvd., Muscatine. 

EVANS, JOHN H., Box 183. Des Moines. 

FAHEY, RICHARD W., 226 S. 10th St., Burlington. 

FARNSWORTH, JOHN, P. 0. Box No. 498, Muscatine. 

FEDERSPIEL, HENRY P., 323 E. 8th St., Waterloo. 

FEHLEISEN, ELMER E., 431— 13th St., Boone. 

FEIK, L. W., 1604 \V. 5th St., Sioux City. 

FELLER. RAYMOND G., Dysart. 

FENLON, LAWRENCE E., 647 W. 20th St., Des Moines. 

FERGUSON, EUGENE W., c/o Miss R. Power, Keokuk. 

FILES, JAMES R., Gen. Del., Ft. Dodge. 

FINKBINE, FRANK M., 2929 W. Grand Ave., Des Moines. 

FIRKINS, JACOB C, Moravia. 

FITCH, L. C, Humboldt. 

FITZ, EARL MOORE, Panora. 

FLEMING, JOHN C. S., 3519 W. Grand Ave., Des Moines. 

FLEMING, NELSON JOSEPH, Greenfield. 

FLINT, HERNERT CHARLES, Denmark. 

FOSKETT, HORACE W., Shenandoah. 

FOSTER, MARVYN C, 1420— 6th Ave., Des Moines. 

FRANCISCO. LEWIS M., Clinton. 

FRANK, LEO J., 320 N. 13th St. East, Cedar Rapids. 

FRANZEN, CARL G., Vinton. 

FRASER, GEORGE E., Rolfe. 

FREEMAN, KENNETH G., Independence. 

FRENCH, THEODORE R., Garden Grove. 

FRINK, SPENCER C. Garden Grove. 

FRONTRESS, HARLAN M.. Greeley. 

FULLBROOK, EARL S., 3817 Orleans Ave.. Sioux City. 

FUNK, HOWARD M., 631 S. 9th St., East, Cedar Rapids. 

FURECHEK, G. F.. 1058— 45th St., Des Moines. 

GANNON. MICHAEL V., 217 E. 10th St., Davenport. 

GARTHRIGHT, CHARLES, 2006 W. 4th St., Sioux City. 

GARTZKE, FRED E., ill N. Madison St., Iowa City. 



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GARVIN, LEO V., Box No. 1088, Ottumwa. 

GASS. GEORGE F., Shenandoah. 

GAUNITZ, HAROLD W., Lansing. 

GEISTER. CARL H., Primghar. 

GEORGE, W. R., Lenox. 

GERBERICH, CARL LYMAN, 117s W. 9th St., Des Moines. 

GERHART, HARRY S., Marshalltown. 

GIESLER, JAMES R., 601 W. 3d St., Muscatine. 

GILCHRIST, FRED C, Laurens. 

GILEN, HUGH, Sheldon. 

GILL, D. H., Independence. 

GILLETTE, MYRON R., 503 Main St., Randolph. 

GLAU, EDSON L.. 1836 W. 7th St., Davenport. 

GOLDSCHMIDT. HENRY G, Jr., 2010 Main St.. Davenport. 

GOODSELL, NELSON JESSE, Y. M. C. A., Des Moines. 

GORDON, HAROLD M., 1247 C Ave., East, Oskaloosa. 

GOSHORN, ROBERT C, Winterset. 

GOSSELIN, HAROLD L„ 155 Bridge Ave., Davenport. 

GREEN, RICHARD C, 226 High School St., Council Bluffs. 

GREEN, WILBUR W., Rolfe. 

GREENE, WILLIAM KENNETH, 1326 W. 4 th St., Waterloo. 

GREENLEAF, HAROLD, 325— 7th St., Davenport. 

GREGG, DAN, Hawarden. 

GROVES, HAROLD ALEXANDER, 602— sth Ave., East, Oskaloosa. 

GRUND, HYAM, 1015 W. 3d St., Des Moines. 

HAIGHT, TREVOR TALMADGE, Peterson. 

HAILS, WARREN H., c/o Mrs. C. W. Spare. 402— 2d St., N. W„ 

Independence. 
HAINES, QUE W., Hawarden. 

HAKES, RALPH W., R. F. D. No. s, Williamsburg. 
HALDERMAN, CLAUDE S., Hartford. 
HALL, CHARLES W , 528 E. Main St., Missouri Valley. 
HALL, ROLAND DeW., 4001 Cottage Grove Ave., Des Moines. 
HAMMITT, FRANK M., 1023 N. Penna. Ave., Mason City. 
HAMPTON, FAY D.. Springville. 
HANFORD, ARTHUR S., Jr., Sioux City. 
HANSEN, JAMES RASMUS, 226 Russell Ave., Ames. 
HANSMAN, HERBERT C, 1213— 3d St., Ft. Madison. 
HANSON, FRANK G., 209 Dennison Ave., Davenport. 
HARKNESS, MAXWELL J., 1214 S. Market St., Oskaloosa. 
HARRISON, FRANCIS C, 914 Franam St., Davenport. 
HARSHBERGER, MILO B., Mt. Pleasant. 
HARTLEY, GEORGE E., Rockwell City. 
HARTMAN, AMOS WILLIAM, Lehigh. 
HARTWELL, JOHN C. McClelland. 
HAWKINS, E. T., Ogden. 

HAYDEN, CLARENCE D., 347 Bluff St., Dubuque. 
HAYES, WILLIAM R.. Prairie City. 
HAZARD, CLARENCE C, Gen. Del., Iowa City. 
HEAD, BERNARD B., Globe Hotel, Cedar Rapids. 
HEALD, GEORGE ALLEN, Spencer. 

HEALD, WILLIAM L., 1021 E. Burlington St., Iowa City. 
HEEGE, HAROLD S., Independence. 
HEISING, WILLIAM F., 1108— 2d St., Ft. Madison. 



HELD, WALTER W., Hinton. 

HELSTROM, CLIFFORD W., 1321 York St., Des Moines. 

HENDERSON, TASKER, 1354— 8th St., Des Moines. 

HENRY, ROY RUSSELL. Carlisle. 

HEYWOOD, HAROLD W., c/o Mrs. Mary E. Davidson, Mechanics- 

ville. 
HICKS, WILLIAM F., 1703 Myrtle St., Sioux City. 
HIGHTSHOE, REA D., Moravia. 
HIGLEY, JOHN C, Emmetsburg. 
HILLEMAN, LELAND C, State Center. 
HINCHMAN. ALDA W., Vinton. 
HINSHAW, GEORGE M., Estherville. 
HOLLA WAY, EARL C, Sidney. 

HOLLINGSWORTH, JAMES A., 917 Grand Ave.. Keokuk. 
HOLLOW AY, PAUL R., 67s Harwood Drive, Des Moines. 
HOLMES, MAX L., 1057— 42d St., Des Moines. 
HOLT, HOWARD TAYLOR, Stuart. 
HOLT, RALEIGH H., Blanchard. 
HOLTER, ARTHUR M., Decorah. 
HOLZWORTH, ALVAH M., Harper. 

HOOPES, AUSTIN GRIFFITH, P. 0. Box No. 38, Muscatine. 
HORAN, ROBERT H., 327— 8th Ave., West, Cedar Rapids. 
HORNING, ARTHUR LEWIS, Audubon. 
HORST, HARRY W., 800 N. 6th St., Clinton. 
HOWIE, HARRY H., 820 W. 3d St., Dubuque. 

HUGHES, WILLARD VERNON, 422 South "A" Ave., Mt. Vernon. 
HUGHES, WILLIAM E., Logan. 

HUMMER, CARL W., 1905 Washington Ave., East, Cedar Rapids. 
HUSTED, ALBERT M., 704 Palmer St., Emmetsburg. 
HUSTED, ELMER G., North English. 
HUTCHEON, WILLIAM E. S., Jefferson. 
HYZER, FRED E., Richland. 
IMHOFF, CARL A., 712 Walnut St., Waterloo. 
INGHRAM. JOHN, 419 Nevada St., Dubuque. 
IRWIN, HAROLD L., Belle Plaine. 
IRWIN, PHILIP C, Shenandoah. 
ISAAC, EDWARD E., Sta. A., Ames. 

ISRAEL, ROLLIN H., 1953 "B" Ave., East, Cedar Rapids. 
JACKSON. EDWARD E., Kellerton. 
JACOBSON, EDWARD A., Madrid. 
JASPER, JOHN J., 1730 Park Ave., Davenport. 
JENKINS, ALBERT P., 1102 Times St., Keokuk. 

JENNINGS, FORREST HARMON, no Jefferson, S. W., Mason City. 
JENSEN, PIERCE A., Nevada. 
JEWELL, EARL B.. 403 Bliss Blvd., Iowa Falls. 
JOHNSON, EUGENE S., 1726— 8th St., Des Moines. 
JOHNSON, KARL E., 117 N. Garfield Ave., Burlington. 
JOHNSON, MELVIN F., Webster City. 
JOHNSON, RONALD E., Agency City. 
JOHNSTON, JOSEPH M., Knoxville. 
JOHNSTON, ROY E., Emmetsburg. 

JONES, CLIFFORD F., 1816 Palmetto Ave., Sioux City. 
JONES, EDGAR O., 162 1 Fremont St., Cedar Falls. 
JONES, JOHN G., 4" No. "B" St., Oskaloosa. 



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JONES, RAYMOND C, 145 N. Lincoln Way. Ames. 

JORY, FRED K.. 529 W. Main St., Cherokee. 

JOSSELYN, GEORGE S., 841— 4th Ave. East, Cedar Rapids. 

KANE, EDWARD A., 119 Fairmount Ave., Sioux City. 

KEABLES, BENJAMIN F., Newton. 

KEITH, ROGER, 2428 Forest Drive, Des Moines. 

KELLEY, JAMES BYRON, 440 Welch Ave., Ames. 

KELLY. WALTER J., 911 E. Washington St., Iowa City. 

KENNEDY. THOMAS C. 829 Rock Island St., Davenport. 

KENNEDY, WILLIAM K.. Onslow. 

KERR, FRANCIS L., Manilla. 

KERR, ROBERT YOUNG, 1429 Park St., Grinnell. 

KILPATRICK, WILLIAM J„ Randolph. 

KING, JOHN R., Eldora. 

KING. KENYON V., Grundy Center. 

KING, LYNN A., R. F. D. No. 7, Box No. 170, Waterloo. 

KINT, GEORGE C, 1223 W. 22d St., Cedar Falls. 

KIRK, HOWARL D., 401 "K" Ave., E., Oskaloosa. 

KLAUSS, HARRY J., Fenton. 

KLEAVELAND, INGRAM JUSTIN, Jewell. 

KNIEREM, WALKER, 209 E. 18th St., Davenport. 

KNIGHT, HAROLD J., 922 N. 3rd St., Clinton. 

KNUTSON. OTTO W., Radcliffe. 

KOLAR, FRANK M., 1011 Church St., Iowa City. 

KRAFFT, WILLIAM C, Paton. 

KRAFT, JOHN HILL, 4237 Ingersoll Ave., Des Moines. 

KROPPACH, ARTHUR, 801 S. 10th St., Burlington. 

KUHLEMEIER, HARRY F., 912 N. sth St., Burlington. 

LAMP, OSCAR C, 623 W. 17th St., Davenport. 

LANDAUER, NORMAN D., 21 Oak Lane, Davenport. 

LANDE. CLARENCE 0., Northwood. 

LANDSTROM, LUTHER, Red Oak. 

LANE, WALTER L., 511 W. 3d St., Muscatine. 

LARSEON, JOHN M., 71S R. R. St., Iowa Falls. 

LARSON, LEON A., 555— 17th Ave., Clinton. 

LAWLER, THOMAS B., 348 Seminary St., Dubuaue. 

LAXSON CARL M., Earlville. 

LAYMAN. DENTON N., Newell. 

LEE, WILLIAM S„ Plymouth. 

LEFFEL, CHARLES G., 1212 Douglas St., Sioux City. 

LEOPOLD. CARL S., 101 Clay St., Burlington. 

LESHER, LELAND HUBERT, 165 S. Central Ave.. Burlington. 

LETICH, CLEMENT W., Manchester. 

LEVSEN, EMIL H.. Wyoming. 

LIDDLE, GEORGE R., R. F. D. No. a. c/o F. N. Pratt, Spirit Lake. 

LIDDLE, JOHN T.. R. F. D. No. 2, c/o F. N. Pratt, Spirit Lake. 

LINDER, MERLYN D., R. F. D. No. 3. Osceola. 

LLOYD, EDWARD L.. Remsen. 

LOGAN, HUGH S.. Ruthven. 

LOHMILLER, H. G., 1307 W. 4th St., Davenport. 

LONDERGAN. ALFRED FRANCIS. 518 N. Penna. Ave.. Mason City. 

LORENZ, RUSSELL C, Rockford. 

LORENZEN, THEODORE G., 1558 W. Pleasant St., Davenport. 

LORY, MILTON M., 3809— 3d Ave., Sioux City. 



LOUNSBERRY, HAROLD R„ 760 Oxford Ave., Davenport. 

LUBERGER, C. F.. S04 Mullen Bldg., Cedar Rapids. 

LUBBERS, JOHN ALBERT, 320— 5th Ave., Clinton. 

LUND. CHARLES, Brooks. 

LYALL, CHARLES R., 120 S. 6th St., Clinton. 

LYONS, LEONARD L., 420— 3d Ave., Cresco. 

McCAFFERY, CHARLES F., 1066— Julian Ave., Dubuque. 

McCAIN. MELBOURNE G., 1120 Oliver St., Pine Bluff. 

McCAMMON, JEAN, 1309— 1st Ave., Perry. 

MCCARTHY, WILLIAM C, Webster City. 

McCLYMONDS. ARTHUR E„ College Springs. 

McCORMACK, ROBERT CLARK. 1423 Summit Ave., Sioux City. 

McCOY, HOWARD R., 71 Montrose Ave., Dubuque. 

McCULLOUGH, FRANKLIN, 1321 E. 2d St.. Muscatine. 

McCULLOUGH, GEORGE W., College Springs. 

McCURDY, GLENN. R. F. D. No. 2. Creston. 

McFADDEN, EDWARD A., R. F. D. No. 1, Beacon. 

McGAUGHEY, HARRY R.. 512 E. 10th St., Muscatine. 

McGINNIS, RALPH A.. Leon. 

McGRATH, DONALD E.. c/o Purity Oats Co., Keokuk. 

McHENRY, WILLIAM HARVEY. 231 Tremont St., Denison. 

McILRATH. AZEL H., 1517— 8th Ave., Grinnell. 

McINTYRE, EARL B., 212 N. Oak St.. Creston. 

McKEE, THOMAS BONAR, Carlisle. 

Mckinley, harold l., st. Ansgar. 

McMAHILL, DONALD A., Shenandoah. 

McMAHON, ARTHUR E.. 2109 Walnut St., Cedar Falls. 

McPHERRIN, JOHN W., 1318—39* St., Des Moines. 

McSWEENY. JOHN. Westgate. 

MacGIBBON, WILLIAM M., 407 Welch Ave.. Ames. 

MACKENZIE, MORRELL, 407 W. 2d St., Muscatine. 

MAHONEY, JOSEPH J., 25 Air Hill, Dubuque. 

MAHURAN, STUART A., Mason City. 

MAJORS, MERRILL E., 625 Franklin Ave., Keokuk. 

MAKEEVER. CARL RAYMOND, 732 Davis St., Davenport. 

MALCOLM. AUGUSTUS H., Pocahontas. 

MALONEY, JAMES HALLETT. 1028— 5th St.. Ft. Madison. 

MANLY, MERLE WOOD, 2005 "B" Ave., Cedar Rapids. 

MARSHALL. RUSSELL, Wapello. 

MARTIN. HENRY P., Jr., 217 N. 18th St., Cedar Rapids. 

MARTIN, JESS L., Mt. Pleasant. 

MARTIN, JOHN K., R. F. D. No. 2. Spencer. 

MASON, CARL H., Albia. 

MASS. LOUIS J.. 702J/6 W. 3d St., Davenport. 

MATHENY, AUGUST B., 513 Western Ave., Davenport. 

MATTHEWS, BLAYNEY F., 1124 Locust St., Dubuque. 

MATTISON, HOMER H.. Oskaloosa. 

MEADER, AMOS K., 1714 Park Ave.. Cedar Rapids. 

MEEKER. HOMER C, 417 N. Commercial Ave., Eagle Grove. 

MENNEKE, FRANK A.. Miles. 

MERILLAT, CHRISTIAN C, Winfield. 

MERRILL. ROBERT MAX. 103 Campus Ave., Ames. 

METHENEY, BRYCE A.. Davenport. 

MEYERS, FORREST R., Grundy Center. 



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MICHAELS, RAY M., 112 N. 5th St., Muscatine. 
MICHEL, PAUL A., 3400— 1st St., Des Moines. 

MILLER, HARRY HAMILTON, R. F. D. No. 5. Box No. 60, Web- 
ster City. 
MILLER, WALTER H., 3415 W. Grand Ave., Des Moines. 
MITCHELL, GLENN A., Manly. 

MITCHELL, HENRY L., 1517 Marshall St., Shreveport. 
MOELLER, FERDINAND P., Remsen. 
MOHLING, ELMER, Sumner. 

MOLLER, BARNUM V., 112 S. 8th St., Mapleton. 
MOLO. HAROLD E., 1600 Locust St., Dubuque. 
MONOHAN, THOMAS L„ Charlotte. 
MONROE, RONALD R„ Leon. 
MOORE, FORREST J„ West Union. 

MOORE, HARRY L„ 127 N. 10th St., East, Cedar Rapids. 
MORAVETS, FLOYD L., 131 Campus Ave., Ames. 
MORLEDGE, ALBERT R., 8th & Washington Sts., Clarinda. 
MORGAN, A. R., Dairy Dept., Ames. 

MORRISON, CEPHAS J., 3S00 Ave. "A," Council Bluffs. 
MORRISON, EMMOR R., Kellogg. 

MORRISON, JAMES H., 2101 Ave. "B," Council Bluffs. 
MUELLER, WALTER E., 2136 Brady St., Davenport. 
MULHALL, LIGOURI A., 1524 Grand View Blvd., Sioux City. 
MULLINS, FORREST K., Adel. 
MUNGER, ELBERT, 450 W. ad St., Spencer. 
MUNNEKE, JACOB, 1310 Main St., Grinnell. 
MUNSON. ARTHUR JEPSON, 535— 7th Ave., Clinton. 
MURPHY, POTTER H., Denver. 
MUSMAKER, JOHN H., Greenfield. 
MYERS, BERT M., Waukee. 
MYHRE, LEWIS 0., R. R. No. 3, Estherville. 
NELSON, O. F.. 1449 Capitol Ave., Des Moines. 
NELSON, RUDOLPH G., 309— 4th St., Boone. 

NEVILLE, CLIFFORD ANDREW, 602 N. Roosevelt Ave.. Cherokee. 
NEWCOMB, EARL H., Manchester. 
NEWMAN, MYRON R., 240 Booth St., Dubuque. 
NEWQUIST, ERNEST EDWARD, Dudley. 
NEWTON, FRANK WILSON, 616 S. Main St., Burlington. 
NICHOL, FRANK AUSTIN, 624 Benton Ave., W., Albia. 
NICHOLS, WAYNE C, West Liberty. 
NICHOLSON, JOSEPH C, Goldfield. 
NICOLL. LESTER McCLELLAND, Mechanicsville. 
NIEMAND, HENRY D., 1339 Division St., Davenport. 
NILL, JOHN M.. 1415 Laurel St., Muscatine. 
NOACK, KELLER C, 318 Wirick Apts., Sioux City. 
NOID, CARL O., 1208 Summit St., Sioux City. 
NOLAN, MORRIS J., 520 Vine St., Davenport. 
NORDWALL, CLARENCE E., 430 N. 15th St., Ft. Dodge. 
NORTH, ARDEN, Laporte City. 
NORTON, ARTHUR DEMPSTER, Elberon. 
NOTESTINE, FLOYD A., Hardy. 
NYE, HERBERT FOSTER, Shenandoah. 
O'BRIEN, JAMES EDWARD, Laporte City. 
O'BRIEN, MAXWELL A., Court House, Oskaloosa. 



O'FLAHERTY, LEO J., Des Moines. 

OAKES, GEORGE E., 1707 Bridge Ave., Davenport. 

OGLE, G. C, 436 Johnson St., Iowa City. 

OLLIVER, JULIEN F., Albia. 

OPPOLD, WILLIAM JOHN, Y. M. C. A., Ft. Dodge. 

OSBORN. NED CECIL, Villisca. 

OUREN, HORACE W., 2022— 5th Ave., Council Bluffs. 

OVENS, F. O., 715 W. 15th St., Davenport. 

OVERHOLSER, RALPH E., Sibley. 

PARK, VANCE V., 1033— 26th St., Des Moines. 

PARKS, K. M., 535 Bluff St., Council Bluffs. 

PARKS, ROMIE N., Milton. 

PARKER, FREDERICK T., Rock Rapids. 

PARSONS, MARVIN H., Carroll. 

PASKINS, C. P., 1009 W. 21st St., Des Moines. 

PATCH, ROSCOE T., Hartley. 

PAUL, FLOYD W., 1422— 3d Ave., Cedar Rapids. 

PAULIS, EDWIN J., Corning. 

PAYSEN, ANDREW, 707 N. Indiana St., Clinton. 

PAYSEUR, PRITCHARD JEROME, 1369— 26th St., Des Moines. 

PEACOCK. HENRY BATES, R. F. D. No. 2, Keosauqua. 

PEARSON, C. C, Ainsworth. 

PEDERSON, HANS, 3100— 2d St., Des Moines. 

PENDRY, LOUIS C, 505 E. Salem Ave., Indianola. 

PEOOERS, DONALD F., 129— 25th St., E., Cedar Rapids. 

PERRY, FORREST G., 1357 W. 24th St., Des Moines. 

PERTL, ALEXANDER C, West Bend. 

PETERSON, FRANK L., 1620 Amelia St., Burlington. 

PETERSON, ROBERT W., Hancock. 

PHELPS, HARRY W., Knoxville. 

PHOENIX, HAROLD A., 2319 Brady St., Davenport. 

PICKUS, JOSEPH, 919— 13th St., Sioux City. 

PITTS, CHAUNCEY W., Alton. 

PLOEN, HUGO A., Shelby. 

PLUMMER, LEHMAN T., Forest City. 

POLLOCK, I. L., Libertyville. 

POMEROY, ORLE JOHNSON. Fremont. 

PORTER, P. K., Stuart. 

POTE, H. S., Stuart. 

POWERS. L. V., Stuart. 

POWERS, ROBERT R.. Sumner. 

PRIESTER. HENRY P., 811 W. 7th St., Davenport. 

PROBERT, LEON, West Union. 

PROCTOR. PAUL L., Grinnell. 

PROSE, HARRY B., 1933 Eddy St., Davenport. 

PROTTSMAN, WILLIAM GUY, R. F. D. No. 6, Mt. Pleasant. 

QUINN, LEROY A., 1021 "A" Ave., W., Cedar Rapids. 

RANKIN, FRED E.. 201 S. Ward St., Ottumwa. 

RAUENBUEHLER, ELMER, 226 S. 10th St.. Burlington. 

REED, HARLEY M., Waterloo. 

REED, HAROLD L., Woodbine. 

REED, IRA L., Woodbine. 

REESE, CHARLES A., Corning. 

REISMAN, VAN BUREN, 1029 E. High St.. Oskaloosa. 



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REMINGTON, PAUL N., Neola. 

RENAUD, CLIFFORD H., Lynnville. 

RENAUD, RAYMOND C, Lynnville. 

RETHERFORD, ROY R., Chariton. 

RHOMBERG. JOSEPH WILLIAM, 4th St. Ext.. Dubuque. 

RICHARDS. CLARENCE. Sloan. 

RICKEY, LACEY F.. Oskaloosa. 

RIDER, D. D., 731 Grant Ave., Waterloo. 

RINGOLD, LAURENCE BENNETT, 914 N. 3d St., Burlington. 

RININSLAND, HERBERT A., Wilton Junction. 

RISSER, JOSEPH CHARLES. 1702 Arlington Ave., Des Moines. 

ROBERTS, HOWARD PUCK, Belle Plain. 

ROBERTS, HUGH C, 303 Superior St.. Storm Lake. 

ROBINSON, LYMAN W., Rippey. 

RODGERS, JOSEPH W., 3120 W. 3rd St., Des Moines. 

ROEH, LEONARD J., m Prospect St., Clinton. 

ROGERS, DON C, Lineville. 

ROGERSON, LEO M., 424 Des Moines St., Keokuk. 

ROHDE, K. H., Sumner. 

ROOT, CHARLES W., 412 S. 3d St., Clinton. 

ROSS, RALPH P., iso8 W. 14th St., Sioux City. 

ROTH, E. Cm c/o General Electric Co., Des Moines. 

ROTH, MELVIN G., Gen. Del., Wayland. 

ROWLAND. DARWIN S., 1215 Morningside Ave., Sioux City. 

ROZEBOOM, WILLIAM A., Orange City. 

RYNERSON, AUSTIN C, 1437 Capitol Ave., Des Moines. 

SAAS, CARL W., 211 Bluff St., Sioux City. 

SALISBURY, CHARLES T., Kemble Hotel, Muscatine. 

SAMUELS, SHERWOOD C, 316 Cedar St., Muscatine. 

SANBORN, CLYDE E., Loco. Boc. c/o Mack J. Groves, Estherville. 

SAVIN, WILLIAM H., A. H. Sect., Ames. 

SAYERS, HAROLD JEFFERSON, 23s N. Chestnut St.. New 

Hampton. 
SAYERS, SAMUEL J., 300 S. Maple St., Jefferson. 
SCHAEFER, CONRAD B., 11 12 Concert St., Keokuk. 
SCHIELE. ROY WILLIAM, Durant. 
SCHROEDER, BERNARD F., Emmetsburg. 
SCHRUP, GEORGE J., 1743 White Ave., Dubuque. 
SCHWIND, JOHN W., Gen. Del., Dubuque. 
SCWIND, BENJAMIN J., 1097 Julian Ave., Dubuque. 
SEEMANN, DEWEY CLARENCE, R. R. No. i. Traer. 
SEIFERT, A. J., 30s 1st Ave., North, Cedar Rapids. 
SESSIONS, WILLIAM M.. 2202 Ave. "B," Council Bluffs. 
SEVERA, LUMAR, Ridgewood, Cedar Rapids. 
SEXTON, CHARLES R., Oelwein. 
SHANNON, LEE T., Fairbanks. 
SHEAHAN, THOMAS J., 222 S. 4th St., Lyons. 
SHEEN, CHARLES F., 743— 1st Ave., Clinton. 
SHEPHERD, HARLIE A., Wever. 
SHERMAN, RICHARD S., Riverton. 
SHIELDS, JOHN P., 819 N. Iowa Ave., Washington. 
SHORT, ROMEO ENNIS, 1003 W. 22d St., Cedar Falls. 
SHORTESS, GLENN F„ Traer. 
SHUGART, JOHN L., Edgewood Farm, Council Bluffs. 



SIES, DALE H., 1805 Brady St., Davenport. 

SIEVERDING, VICTOR P., Grundy Center. 

SIME, SIMPSON E., Toledo. 

SIMPSON, CHARLES F., 720 W. 3d Ave., Waterloo. 

SIMPSON, FREDERICK D., 1104 Locust St., Atlantic. 

SLOAN, WILBUR L., 1623 W. 15th St., Sioux City. 

SMITH, BENJAMIN M., Cresco. 

SMITH, DONALD McKINLEY, Zearing. 

SMITH, DWIGHT T., Garner. 

SMITH, JOHN, Ankeny. 

SMITH, ROSWALD F., 1432— 10th St., Des Moines. 

SMULLIN, GEORGE W., 531— 6th Ave.. Clinton. 

SNIDER, F. J.. Box No. 38. Kalona. 

SNYDER, EDWARD F., Belle Plaine. 

SONNER, PAUL W., 171 1 W. 10th St., Des Moines. 

SPIWAK, LEWIS, 510 E. Main St., Ottumwa. 

STAMP, DONALD H., Primghar. 

STANTON, WALTER SMITH, College Springs. 

STARETT, ROBERT G.. Sheldon. 

STARZINGER, VINCENT, Des Moines. 

STEGEMAN, DIRK EDMUND, Ireton. 

STEPHENSON, LAWRENCE BRUCE. 910 N. sth Ave.. Ft. Dodge. 

STERNER, PAUL L., Mt. Pleasant. 

STEVENSON, CLARENCE W., Beaman. 

STODDARD, HAROLD WINFIELD, 138 S. Central Ave., Burlington. 

STOLTENBERG, RUFUS E., R. F. D. No. 6, Mason City. 

STOTT, H. E. R., Box No. 317, Manly. 

STRAHLOW, PETER CARL, Arlington. 

STRATTON. RUSSELL HUGH, Washta. 

STRAUSE. EDGAR A., 1016 N. 4th St., Burlington. 

STRUCK. HORACE GROVER, 1502 Gaines St., Davenport. 

STURGES, PAUL TAYLOR, 1114 W. 6th St., Sioux City. 

STURGIS, RUSSELL, 312 N. 3d St., Keokuk. 

SUMAN, HAROLD I., 1102 New Hampshire St., Muscatine. 

SUMMERS, GLENN, Malvern. 

SUNSTROM, EDWIN A., 216 Boone St., Boone. 

SUTHERLAND, CLARENCE R.. R. F. D. No. 2, Keokuk. 

SWANSON, ARTHUR H., 1423 Ingleside Ave.. Sioux City. 

SWEENEY, FRANK N„ N. Buena Vista, Holycross. 

SWIFT, RICHARD B., 214 E. Washington St., Washington. 

SYMONDS, H. H., 500 W. Broadway, Fairfield. 

TALCOTT, JAMES P., Williams. 

TAPPER, EDGAR B., 1635 Grande Ave., Cedar Rapids. 

TAYLOR, HENRY S., 17 n Douglas St., Sioux City. 

TAYLOR, LEWIS WILLIAM, Des Moines Club, Des Moines. 

TEMPLETON, HENRY FAREWELL, Monticello. 

TESDELL, LEONARD M.. Slater. 

TESH, KENDALL S., 133 Fourth St., Aspinwall. 

THARP, VICTOR E., Missouri Valley. 

THEILEN, CLARENCE N., 4701 Morningside Ave.. Sioux City. 

THOMAS, ROLLIN G., Mt. Vernon. 

THOMPSON. PERRY T., Jewell. 

THOMPSON, SOPHUS T., Dolliver. 

THONE, FRANK E. A., 1609 Edison Ave., Des Moines. 



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TIESSEN, CARL R., Avoca. 

TILDEN, CLARK D., 60s Kellogg Ave., Ames. 

TILL, HARRIS R., 1443 W. 12th St., Des Moines. 

TORNQUIST, ARTHUR, 101 W. Thomas Ave.. Shenandoah. 

TOUCHERT, C. N., 122s Smith St., Wellington. 

TOWNE, NATHAN C, 854— 18th St., Des Moines. 

TRAUB, ABRAM H., Indianola. 

TROUTMAN, RAY D., Hawarden. 

TURECHECK, GEORGE P., 1058— 43th St., Des Moines. 

TURNER, HAROLD C, Center Point. 

UNDERWOOD, E. E.. Bagley. 

UTTERBACK, EARL R., 342 S. Dodge St., Iowa City. 

VALENTINE, KENNETH B., 410 Linn St., Boone. 

VAN CLOVE, BRYAN R., Albia. 

VANDERLINDEN, LOUIS P.. Prairie City. 

VANDERMAST. ALVIN L., Monroe. 

VAN NOTE, HAROLD L., 18— nth St., N. E., Mason City. 

VAN PELT, JOHN ROBERT, 413 W. 3d St., S., Mt. Vernon. 

VAN STIGHT, BURDETTE, 17 is— 21st St., Des Moines. 

VAUGHAN, WILLIAM GERALD, Emmetsburg. 

VER HEEG, MARSHALL A., 1102 Grand Ave., Keokuk. 

VERNON, ROBERT RUTHERFORD, 206 E. 7th St., Muscatine 

VETTER, CLARENCE W.. 743 Arthur Ave., Des Moines. 

VIAL, JOSEPH M., Ware. 

VOSS, EDWARD F., 907 W. Locust St., Davenport. 

WACKER, CHARLES J., 420 Main St., Sioux City. 

WAGNER, KARL L.. 3318 Forrest Ave., Des Moines. 

WALES, FRED H., Monticello. 

WALLIN. VANCE WARNER, Stanton. 

WALLING, ARTHUR K., 315 N. 3d St., Oskaloosa. 

WARNER, CLYDE K., Cambridge. 

WATERS, EDGAR T.. 514 W. 2d St., Washington. 

WATSON, J. C, 229 N. 1st St., Council Bluffs. 

WEBB, BURT A., 322 Seneca St., Storm Lake. 

WEBBER, GEORGE W.. Eddyville. 

WEBSTER. HIRAM L., Central City. 

WELCH, LESLIE L., Arlington. 

WELLS, BRENDON GORDON, 1432 East St., Grinnell. 

WELLS, DALE E., 3 IS E. High St., Davenport. 

WELLS, MART T., 1163— 18th St., Des Moines. 



WELLS. PAUL N., 2120 York St., Des Moines. 

WELTER, LEWIS N., 1104 W. Church St., Marshalltown. 

WERT, J. H.. Battle Creek. 

WEST. MARK D., 5th & Main Sts., Seymour. 

WEST, ROGER C, 1505 Mondamin Ave., Des Moines. 

WESTENBURG. HARRY A., 605— 8th Ave., Shenandoah. 

WESTOVER. MYRON P., Vinton. 

WHISLER, NEAL G., Brighton. 

WHITE, STEWART NELSON, 504 High Ave., E., Oskaloosa. 

WHITNEY, GLENN R., Lamont. 

WHITTEMORE, JOHN W., 2110 Jackson St., Sioux City. 

WIESE, RAYMOND J., Davenport. 

WILCOX, PHILIP G., 1428 E. West 9th St., Des Moines. 

WILKERSON, WARREN L., Wilton. 

WILKINSON, JACKSON N., Winterset. 

WILLARD, FRANK, 207 S. 3d Ave., Marshalltown. 

WILLEY, JAMES A., Burlington. 

WILLIAMS, DEWITT Q.. Belle Plaine. 

WILLIAMS, VICTOR H., Postville. 

WILLIAMS, WALTER EDWARD, 3901— 7th St., Des Moines. 

WILLIAMS, WALTER M., 3120— 5th Ave., E., Cedar Rapids. 

WILLIAMSON, RALPH 0., 2627 Arlington Ave., Davenport. 

WILLING, EDWARD WILLIAM, Colfax. 

WILSON. FREDERICK B., Tipton. 

WILSON, GALE B., Marshall. 

WILSON, JOHN H.. Emmetsburg. 

WILSON, LESLIE V., Grinnell. 

WISDOM, EARL F., 1119 E. 13th St., Des Moines. 

WOLF. REUBEN GUY, 708 E. 5th St., Hampton. 

WOLFE, EDWARD A., Harper. 

WOOD, LUCIAN A., Fonda. 

WORMHOUDT, HENRY S., Oskaloosa. 

WRAY, ANSEL E., Laurens. 

WRAY, FRED H., 406 Wellington St., Waterloo. 

WRIGHT, ROBERT L., 209 S. 7th St., Ft. Dodge. 

YORAN, CLARENCE G., 709 E. Union St., Manchester. 

YOUNG, JOHN W., Greenfield. 

YOUNGLOVE. CARL FREMONT, Sioux City. 

ZEUG. HERMAN W., 993 William St., Muscatine. 



KANSAS 



ABEL, ORA R., Baxter Springs. 

ADEE, EDWIN O., 1811 Humboldt St., Manhattan. 

ALERROM, W. C, Oberlin. 

ALLARD, D. C, 423 Brown Ave., Osawatomie. 

ALLEN, WILLIAM 0.. 302 S. 5th St., Burlington. 

ANDERSON, LIVINGSTON L. C. 722 S. Highland Ave., Chanute. 

ANDREW, JOHN W., 630 Moro St., Manhattan. 

ANTHONY, DANIEL REED, 503 N. Broadway, Leavenworth. 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN A., 18— 8th Ave., W., Hutchinson. 

AULT, HARWELL ADDISON, Baldwin City. 

AULT, WARREN 0.. Baldwin City. 



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BAILEY, GLENN B., Pratt. 

BAILOR, JOHN LOGAN, Allen. 

BAIRD, HENRY C, Kensington. 

BALDWIN, WILBER CLIFTON, McPherson. 

BARNES, BENJAMIN F., R. R. No. 6, Neola. 

BARNHILL, GILBERT EARL, 937 Illinois St., Lawrence. 

BEATTY, HOMER G., Luray. 

BEESON, JOHN C, 419 N. Highland Ave.. Chanute. 

BELL, JAMES R., Isabel. 

BELTZ, WILLIS H., Weir. 

BERMANT, IRA G„ Junction City. 



BESCHKA, JOSEPH E., Hartford. 

BICE, CLAYTON C, Hays. 

BLAIR, WARNER, 800 W. 8th St., Topeka. 

BLECHA, FRANK O., Severy. 

BLINN, WILLIS P., isio Topeka St., Topeka. 

BOLEN, WILL R., LeRoy. 

BOWER, CECIL L., Mounds City. 

BOWERS, EUGENE L., 1923 Redden Ave., Topeka. 

BOYER, ARTHUR W., 1209 Vattier St., Manhattan. 

BOYER, ORRIN B., Quinter. 

BRITT, LEVI BENSCOTER, 1025 Orville Ave., Kansas City. 

BROOKS, WILLARD, 1007 N. Lawrence Ave., Wichita. 

BROWN, EUGENE WARE, 315 Crawford St., Ft. Scott. 

BUDINGER, JOSEPH A., 3" Pennsylvania Ave., Wichita. 

BUNTEN, WILL L., Scranton. 

BURGERT, E. 0., 1301 Conn. St., Lawrence. 

BURKHOLDER, CLARENCE D., 1002 S. Maple St., McPherson. 

BUSH, LEE M., 112 W. Dayton Ave., Burlingame. 

CALKINS, GEORGE WILLIAM, R. R. No. 2, Burlingame. 

CARR, FRANK O., Wichita. 

CARR, ROY E., R. F. D.. Oakley. 

CHAMPENY, HARRY J., Oxford. 

CHILDS, ROEDEL WATSON, Chanute. 

CHRISTMAN, ALBERT L., Syracuse. 

COE, HARRY K., 119 E. 6th St., Topeka. 

COLBURN, JOHN PARKE, 83i.Sequoyah Ave., Satanta. 

COLLIER, THOMAS M., Marquette. 

COMBS, HAROLD B., 608 E. 12th St., Winfield. 

CONVERSE, MERLE W., R. F. D. No. 4, Eskridge. 

COOK, JESSE A., R. R. No. 3. Eureka. 

COOPER, CARL F., Stockton. 

COWLEY, CLAIRE J., 919 Harrison Ave., Topeka. 

CROSS, HOMER, IS37 N. Emporia St., Wichita. 

CULTER, RAYMOND, 1515 Highland St., Emporia. 

DANIELS, G. A., 1617 Topeka Ave., Topeka. 

DAVIDSON, FRANK BRADY, Abilene. 

DAVIS, RUSSELL G., R. R. No. 2, Bronson. 

DAVISON, LEROY, Tribune. 

DAY, HARRY E., Canton. 

DENTON, FRANK R., 52s N. 4th St., Arkansas City. 

DE ROIN, C. S., White Cloud. 

DEWEY, GEORGE L., Wamego. 

DODGE, CLIFTON B., 513 S. 8th St., Salina. 

DRYDEN, PAUL LORN, Wichita. 

DUFF, GEORGE G., R. R. No. 3, Newton. 

EATON, LEONARD R., Neodesha. 

EDMONDSON, ROBERT ELKIN, Ottawa. 

EDWARDS, EARL L., Richmond. 

ELBLE, OTTO G., Lyons. 

ELLIOTT, ARTHUR E., 727 N. 8th St., Independence. 

ELLIOTT, GLENN SMITH, Bronson. 

ERWIN, PERRY D., 801 S. Commercial St., Oswego. 

FAHRINGER, STEPHEN M., 7 Jackson Bldg., Lawrence. 

FAIRBANKS, PEARL W., Keats. 



FEE, CHARLES JOHN, Mead. 

FEE, GEORGE ERSKINE, Box 216, Stafford. 

FELSING, ARTHUR L., Blue Mound. 

FORDYCE, WILLIAM B., 206 E. Piankeshaw St., Paola. 

FOSTER, CLARENCE HENRY, 504 Ohio St., Lawrence. 

FRENCH, RAYMOND E., 834 Lane St., Topeka. 

FROST, ARL H., 1541 Tennessee St., Lawrence. 

GARDNER, CHARLES A., Baldwin. 

GFELLER, LESTER F., R. No. 4, Junction City. 

CLASCO, WILLIAM G., Howard. 

GLENN, EDGAR W.. Holton. 

GRANGER, MARSHALL ALLEN, Lawrence. 

GREEN, ADRIAN L., 18 Devon Apts., Topeka. 

GROVE, HAROLD T.. Eureka. 

GUM, ROSS H., Conway. 

HALLIBURTON, HUEL, Iuka. 

HAMILTON, GORDON, 252 S. loth St., Salina. 

HAMMATT, DANIEL CROSBY, 602 W. 10th St., Topeka. 

HARRIS, RICHARD I., R. R. No. 1, Manhattan. 

HARTZLER, FINDLEY E., Goodland. 

HAVEL, JERRY F., Cuba. 

HAWKINSON, CARL O., Marquette. 

HAZEN, WILLARD G.. Chetopa. 

HEADRICK, HERBERT B., R. F. D. No. 7, Winfield. 

HEDRICK, CARL O., Ashland, Clark Co. 

HEISER, LESTER W., c/o Osborne Co., Downs. 

HEMENWAY, EDWARD O., 41s W. 5th St., Junction City. 

HERZOG, WALTER MAX, 173 N. Art. Post, Ft. Riley. 

HEUSNER, WILLIAM WILDER, Salina. 

HIATT, LLOYD REXFORD, Mound Valley. 

HICKS, GLENN PARKER, Norton. 

HITCHCOCK, WILLIAM HOLTON, 1057 State St.. Augusta. 

HOLLAND, RALPH W., Pleasanton. 

HOOVER, T. G., Chase. 

HOPKINS, ARTHUR E., E. E. Dept., K. S. A. C, Manhattan. 

HOSKINS, HERBERT D., 134 E. Ellsworth Ave., Salina. 

HOWELL, JESSE V., Box 1144, Wichita. 

HUGHEY, CHARLES W., Emporia. 

HYLTON, ALBERT E., R. F. D. No. I, Manhattan. 

ISELY, MERRILL NICKERSON, 1626 Holyoke Ave., Wichita. 

JAEGER, WILLIAM HERMAN, Hope. 

JAMISON, J. H., Idana. 

JOHNSON, LOWELL RUSSELL, 332 N. Kansas Ave., Olathe. 

JOHNSON, MARTIN M., 1215 Oread St., Lawrence. 

JONES. GALEN, McPherson. 

JONES, McKINLEY LANCELOT, Sedan. 

KAISER, KARL WILLIAM, Halstead. 

KAUFFMAN, GEORGE A., 302 E. 19th St., Coffeyville. 

KEACH, WYCKOFF MONTFORT, 1127 N. Lawrence Ave., Wichita 

KEITH. WALTER S., Coffeyville. 

KERANS, VINCENT S., Alma. 

KERR, ROBERT, Jr., 337 N. 14th St., Manhattan. 

KIRK, CALVERT CHARLES, Ellis. 

KLINE, CLAYTON E„ 1921 Buchanan St., Topeka. 



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KLINGBERG, WILBERT OCTAVUS, 609 S. Lawrence Ave., Wichita. 

KNOX, RAYMOND S., Jetmore. 

KORN, JOHN C., 72s Wisconsin Ave., Holton. 

LAKE, DAN G., Lake City. 

LEE. GLENN E., Glen Elder. 

LEINBACH, CHESTER A., Onaga. 

LEYDIG, ROBERT B., Eldorado. 

LINDLEY, GLENN E., Medicine Lodge. 

LINDSAY. ROBERT G., Kansas City. 

LINTNER, LOUIS L., Hays City. 

LIPTRAP, RALPH E., Yates Center. 

LOWE, DAVID L., Blue Mound. 

LOWE, RAMON V., 120— 6th Ave., E., Hutchinson. 

LOWRANCE, RUSSELL ORLANDO, Thayer. 

McCALL, F. M., Iola. 

McCALL, FLOYD E., Aurora. 

McDANIEL, EDWARD E., 822 Fillmore St., Topeka. 

McDONALD, PAUL L., Lawrence. 

McINTOSH, BUELL E., Wilsey. 

McLINDEN, LEE EDWARD, Cedar Point. 

McNEILL, MAURICE, c/o Atty .-General, State House, Topeka. 

MacFARLAND, HUGH, New England Bldg., Topeka. 

MacLEOD, DONALD E., 617 Iowa Ave., Holton. 

MALTBY, CHARLES ALBERT, 928 S. Main St., Hutchinson. 

MALTBY, GEORGE, 32s Park Ave., Topeka. 

MARLOWE, CHARLES C, Hartford. 

MARRS, ROY E., Bradford. 

MEYER, JOHN ARTHUR, Dodge City. 

MILLER, CLAUDE A., R. F. D. No. 2, Derby. 

MILLER, RALPH H., Garden City. 

MILLER, ROSS L., Cimarron. 

MILLIKIN, WILLIAM E., Box 30s, Baldwin. 

MORGAN, LEWIS CALEB, R. F. D. No. 2, Hiawatha. 

MOSSHART, DONALD J., 1628 Fairchild St., Manhattan. 

MOXLEY, HARRY F., Osage City. 

MURDOCK, JOHN J., 401 Galena Ave., Galena. 

NEELY, JOHN CHILDS, 128s Lincoln St., Topeka. 

NEFF, FRANK A., 1634 Holyoke St., Wichita. 

NEISWANGER, D., 619 W. 5th St., Topeka. 

NILES, F. E., Box 103, Walton. 

NIXON, DEANNE L., Melvern. 

NOVAK, JOHN F., Ellsworth. 

OLANDER, CLIFFORD P., 707 Garfield Ave., Topeka. 

OLANDER, JOHN W., 418 N. 7th St., Kansas City. 

OLIVER, ALBERT H., 1202 N. Lawrence Ave.. Wichita. 

PAXTON, EDWIN M., Belle Plaine. 

PEEK, MILTON LEROY, 208 E. sth Ave., Arkansas City. 

PEIKER, HARRY C, Paola. - 

PELLETT, JAMES S., 215 S. Pine St., Olathe. 

PENNEY, TED 0., Palco. 

PERRY, ROBERT C, 831 Indiana Ave., Wichita. 

PITCHER. LOREN S.. Holton. 

PLATT, IRVING MONTROSE, 406 S. Jefferson St.. Junction City. 

POINDEXTER, CLARENCE H., Box 95, Kansas City. 



PORTER, GLENN, Wichita. 

PORTER, JOHN M., 403 Huntoon St., Topeka. 

POSS, HAROLD J.. Franklin. 

POWERS, RAY F.. R. F. D. No. 2, Kensington. 

RANDALL. WAYNE P., Clay Center. 

RAY, BEATTY A., Iola. 

REAM, DWIGHT T., nil Morris Ave., Topeka. 

REED, ALBERT J., R. No. 2, Lyons. 

REEDER, RAY, R. F. D. No. 2, Derby. 

REESE, FRED C, 1805 N. Locust St., Pittsburg. 

REHM, CHARLES H., Route No. 1, Hutchinson. 

RITTENOURE. LAWRENCE WILCOX, 1150 N. Wichita St., Wichita. 

ROBERTS, GEORGE A., 33 John St., Chelsea. 

ROBERTS, LLOYD W., Pomona. 

ROBINSON, LYNN A., Atwood. 

RODGERS, EARL B., c/o Duckwall Stores Co., McPherson. 

ROEBUCK, ALBERT SENELLE, 941 Morris Ave., Topeka. 

ROGERS, IRA C, Lyndon. 

ROLFS, EDWARD WILLIAM, Junction City. 

RUSSELL, GLENN ALLEN, 2004 N. Valley St., Kansas City. 

SAMMONS, GEORGE B., Sabetha. 

SANBORN, AUSTIN PHELPS, Chapman. 

SCHRINER, WALTER R., R. R. No. 2, Frankfort. 

SEATES, ARTHUR CAMPBELL, Dodge City. 

SEIBERT. JOHN F., 404 N. Market St., Wichita. 

SHEARER, MARTIN P., 436 W. 8th St., Junction City. 

SHELDON, WILLIAM W., 3023 E. Douglass Ave.. Wichita. 

SHERRARD, HERMAN HENRY, R. R. No. 4. Winfield. 

SHORT. ALBERT LUTHER, 1206 Ohio Ave., Leavenworth. 

SKOOG, J. WALTER, Corbin, Sumner Co. 

SMITH, JOHN L.. Phillipsburg. 

SMITH, LESLIE F., Vermillion. 

SMITH, ROY DAVENPORT, 417 S. St. Johns Ave., Lyons. 

SOLOMON, LEWIS B., Jr., 117 Topeka Ave., Wichita. 

SOMERS, JOHN G., Newton. 

SPARKS, LEONARD K, Greensburg. 

STALLARD, MINOR REGAN, Onaga. 

STANLEY, RICHARD, Kirwin. 

STUBBS, WALTER R., Lawrence. 

SUYDAM, EDWARD J., Leavenworth. 

SWARM, HARRY J., Norton. 

SWENSON, CLIFFORD L., Lindsborg. 

TAYLOR, HARRY, Lamed. 

TAYLOR, JOHN WARRINGTON, Ecfwardsville. 

TAYLOR, RAYMOND E., Le Loup. 

TEMPLETON, M. H., Wetmore. 

THATCHER, ORIN M., Manhattan. 

TREFRY, WILLARD H., 1014 Kansas Ave., Topeka. 

TUCKER, LA VERNE T., Cawker City. 

UKENA, C. G., Severance. 

VAN CAMPEN, HARRY E., Linn. 

VAN DYKE, HAROLD Q., Woodston. 

VEALE, J., 827 Topeka Ave., Topeka. 

VEATCH, ORVILLE S., Girard. 



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VELVIN, JAMES C, Lewisville. 

VILLEPIQUE, EUGENE P., 730 Tyler St., Topeka. 

VOILES, STANLEY A., Wellington. 

VOYLES, GLENN I., Phillipsburg. 

WAITE, JOHN B., P. O. Box 748, Scandia. 

WALLACE, HENRY K.. Sumner Place, Ft. Leavenworth. 

WALTERS, ARCH M., Route No. 2, Lawrence. 

WALTERS. RAY PEARCE, 84s Mississippi St., Lawrence. 

WANDEL, CLAUDE B., 1109 R. I. St., Lawrence. 

WARREN, McKINLEY HAROLD, 1011 R. I. St., Lawrence. 

WATKINS, GEORGE EARL, Mont Ida. 

WATT, EDISON J., Kiowa. 

WERNER. GEORGE EDWIN, Spivey. 

WEY, OSCAR H., 1751 Park Place, Wichita. 



WHEELER. MONT. H., Wichita. 

WHERRY, NEAL M., Sterling. 

WHITE, BYRON, Route No. 10, Winfield. 

WHITE, JOHN B., 196 Boxford St., Lawrence. 

WHITE. PAUL HOWARD, R. F. D. 2, Goddard. 

WHITEHEAD, LYNDELL P., Walnut. 

WILES, HARRY B., c/o Farmers and Merchants State Bank, Macks- 

ville. 
WILKES. HARRY H., Canton. 
WILSON, FRED, Kinsley. 

WISEMAN, CHARLES W., R. F. D. 6, No. Topeka. 
WYLAND, GERALD P., Smith Center. 

YOUNGMEYER, EARL WILLIAM, 1037 Tennessee St., Lawrence. 
ZARKER, RALPH EMERSON, 1323 N. Jackson St., Topeka. 



KENTUCKY 



AARON, NAT H., Route No. 2, Worthville. 

ADAMS, FRANK L., 131 Spring St., Catlettsburg. 

ADAMS, HOERNON W., Pleasureville. 

ADAMS, ROBERT W., 162 Market St., Lexington. 

ADES, LEON, 708 W. Market St., Louisville. 

ALCORN, JOHN G., Hustonville. 

ANDERSON, LYTTLETON C, 1030— 4th Ave., Louisville. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT G., 937 S. 2d St., Louisville. 

ARNOLD, JOSEPH IRVTN. Versailles. 

AVERITT, URI V., R. R. No. 2, Campbellsburg. 

BAILEY. CHESLEY W., R. R. No. 5, Madisonville. 

BAIN, WILLIAM MEIKLE, 3502 W. Broadway, Louisville. 

BALLARD, EVERETT E., Hartford. 

BARHAM, JOHN GORDON, 321 Shawnee Terrace, Louisville. 

BARNES, CHESTER I., Hickman. 

BARNES, HARRY E., 543 Lexington Ave., Newport. 

BARNES, LELAND H., Monticello. 

BEACH, JOHN E., Middlesboro. 

BEAN, ARLOW K.. 1126 E. St. Catherine St., Louisville. 

BEAUCHAMP, WILLIAM M., Adairville. 

BECKER, CARL J.. 1143 E. Broadway, Louisville. 

BEDINGER. HENRY G., Anchorage. 

BELKNAP. MORRIS B.. R. R. No. 1. Box No. 131, Louisville. 

BERNSTEIN, SYLVAIN KAUFMAN, 803 Inter-Southern Bldg., 

Louisville. 
BERTELSMAN, ODIS W., 112 Electric Ave., Southgate, Newport. 
BEVILLE, ALEXANDER A., 223 E. Ormsby Ave., Louisville. 
BIRDSALL, JULIAN K., Brookport. 

BLACKBURN. EDWARD ALBERT, 130 Oak St., Ludlow. 
BLACKMAN, GEORGE L., 2639 Virginia Ave., Louisville. 
BLAKE, CLYDE MONROE, 106 W. 2d St., Lexington. 
BLAKELY, STEPHEN L., Gen. Del., Covington. 
BLAKELY, WALLACE L., Louisville. 
BLANCHARD, WILLIAM A.. 834— 2d St., Louisville. 
BOARDMAN, WILLIAM M., No. Middletown. 
BOARMAN, D. O., R. F. D. No. 1, Whitesville. 
BOHRMAN, ERWIN W., 1333 Alta Ave., Louisville. 



BOLGER, JOHN A., Box 233, Owensboro. 

BOOHER, JOHN A., Albany. 

BOOKER, BODLEY, Booker Box Co., Louisville. 

BOWMAN. CHARLES R., Louisville. 

BOWMAN, ROBERT O'CONNOR, Berea. 

BOYD, WALTER S. C. Shepherdsville. 

BRADFORD, LAWRENCE A., Flemingsburg. 

BRAND, ALBERT B., 2121 W. Walnut St., Louisville. 

BRATCHER, EDDIE KELL, Ekron. 

BRIER, KENNETH B., 201 Puritan Apts., Louisville. 

BRODERICK, G. H., 420 E. Ormsby Ave.. Louisville. 

BROWN, JOHN W., 60s W. Ormesby Ave., Louisville. 

BROWNING, ILEY B., 310 S. 17th St., Paducah. 

BRUCE, HELM, 141 1 3d St., Louisville. 

BRUCKER, THOMAS SEDGWICK, 21s E. Ormsby Ave., Louisville. 

BRUECKNER, ARTHUR L., 257 FooteAve., Newport P. 0., Bellevue. 

BUDDINGTON, LLOYD S., 1722 Eastern Parkway, Louisville. 

BURGESS, WILLARD FRANCIS, 736 S. 36th St., Louisville. 

BURNAM. PAUL, 117 Main St., Richmond. 

BURNETT, CLAIR LEE, Southern Motors Co., Louisville. 

BURNETTE, HOBART CORNELIUS, Box No. 243. Nicholasville. 

BURTON, GEORGE C, 113 E. St. Catherine St., Louisville. 

BURTON, HENRY M., Sulphur. 

BUSH, FRANK, R. R. No. 3. Bowling Green. 

BUTLER. OTTO E., 121 N. Seminary St.. Madisonville. 

CALDWELL, LOGAN, Danville. 

CALDWELL, ROBERT T., Frankfort. 

CALLIS, CONRAD C, Sebree. 

CAMBRON, JOE WILLIAM, Morganfield. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN B., Baxter & Windsor Place, Louisville. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM L., Goddardi 

CANTRELL, WILLIAM E., 1109 S. Calpbell St., Hopkinsville. 

CARRICO, M. E., 206 Alta Ave., Louisville. 

CARTER, CHARLES SHELBY, Kenyon Apts.. Owensboro. 

CARTER, JOSEPH C, Mayfield. 

CAUDILL, SAMUEL J., 907 Bland Ave., Shelbyville. 

CHAMBERS, CHARLES L., 312 Garrard St., Covington. 



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CHAMPION, RAYMOND, Sinai. 

CHAPIN, A. S., Camp Taylor. 

CHENAULT, JOE PREWITT, 302 High St., Richmond. 

CHENAULT, T. D., Box No. 434, Richmond. 

CHERASKY, ABE, 216 E. Market St., Louisville. 

CLARK. CLARENCE, R. R. No. 5. Owensboro. 

CLARK, T. H., Camp Taylor. 

CLAY, SANDERS E., 136 E. Lexington St., Danville. 

COKE, WILLIS C, Auburn. 

COLSTON, ERNEST L., 1410 Beech St., Louisville. 

COMBS, HENRY K.. Hollonville. 

CONLEY, W., Mt. Sterling. 

COOKE, EDWIN D., Sixth Student Officers' Btry., Camp Taylor. 

COONS, HERBERT, 1721— 3d St.. Louisville. 

COONS, WARREN, 1721— 3d St.. Louisville. 

COOPER, ARCHIE REDD, 224 E. St. Joseph St., Louisville. 

COYER, CLYDE E., Auxier. 

COX, JAMES R., Versailles. 

CRANE, DOUGLAS BENJAMIN, Hermitage Hotel, Louisville. 

CRAWFORD, ALBERT B., Rose Hill. 

CRAWFORD, JOHN L., Corydon. 

CRAWFORD, ROSCOE LEVELL, R. No. 2, Maysville. 

CRAWLEY, WILLIAM P., 2609 W. Main St., Louisville. 

CRIDER, J. E., Jr., Fredonia. 

CROAN, WALTER B„ Shepherdsville. 

CRONAN, CHARLES J., Jr., R. R. No. 22, Springband, Louisville. 

CRUTCHER, JOSEPH W., 3213 Grand Ave., Louisville. 

CUMMINGS, ARTHUR R., 405 S. Main St., Madisonville. 

CUMMINGS, WILLIS B., Thierman Apts., Louisville. 

CUNNINGHAM, ANDREW B., Y. M. C. A., Louisville. 

CURRAN, EDWARD J., 227 E. Ormsby St., Louisville. 

CURRAN, JAMES T., 227 E. Ormsby St., Louisville. 

CURRY, COY BLAINE, 80s Clay St., Owensboro. 

DABNEY, ALLEN D., 101 West Hill, Louisville. 

DAVIS, PAUL V., Catlettsburg. 

DAVIS, ROBERT E., Puritan Apts., Louisville. 

DAWKINS, J. E., Jr., 206 Paul Jones Bldg., Louisville. 

DEAN, JOHN A., Jr., 413 Frederica St., Owensboro. 

DEARING, ROGER MARSHALL, 038 S. 1st St., Louisville. 

DEININGER, LAWRENCE L., 304 Monmouth St., Newport. 

DEMAREE, FRANK JOHNSON, 8S3 S. 23d St., Louisville. 

DEMAREE, PAUL HOLLAND, Winchester. 

DEVASHER, RUPERT, Fountain Run. 

DIENES, JOSEPH A., 852 S. 22d St., Louisville. 

DIETZMAN, RICHARD P., 4816 S. 3d St., Louisville. 

DINK, JOHN H., Stithton. 

DIXON, CHESTER A., Hyden, Leslie Co. 

DOTSON, WILLIAM IRA, Carlysle. 

DRANE, CARLTON H., 141 1 S. Brook St., Louisville. 

DRUMMY, JOHN READY, 366 S. Spring St., Lexington. 

DUANE, BENEDICT W., 1606 Everett Ave., Louisville. 

DUERSON. JOHN B., Prospect. 

DUFF, McKINLEY, Ricetown. 

DUFFIN, OWEN DELBERT, 170 N. Keats Ave., Louisville. 



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DUFFY, WILLIAM MICHAEL, 537 S. 22d St., Louisville. 

DUNCAN, CLIFTON G., 332 S. Bayly Ave., Louisville. 

DUNN, FRANK L., R. R. No. 1, Dawson Springs. 

DUNSON, ROBERT E., 201 Kennedy Court, Louisville. 

DuRELLE, FREDERIC L., 1234— 1st St., Louisville. 

DYER, HENRY R., Morganfield. 

EBLEN, RAY, Robard. 

ELKINS, ROBERT L., Marion. 

ELLIOTT, CHARLES R., Pikeville. 

EL WANG, ALFRED B., 1630 Rosewood Ave., Louisville. 

EMBRY, CECIL J., 1028 Cherokee Rd., Louisville. 

ERHART, HERMAN A., 2073 Sherwood Ave., Louisville. 

ESCHRICH, FRANK J.. 3504 W. Chestnut St.. Louisville. 

ESTILL, FLOYD H., Camp Taylor. 

EVANS, BYRNE A., Russellville, Logan Co. 

EVANS, WILLIAM A., 9th & Park St., Newport. 

EYL, WILLIAM C, Lexington. 

FELIX, HERBERT F., Hartford. 

FERGUSON, R. C, Fannin. 

FERRIS, HOWARD M., L. & N. R. R., 9th & Broadway, Louisville. 

FIARING, H. L., c/o A. F. Wheeler Furn. Co., Lexington. 

FIELD, EMMET R., 601 Intersouthern Bldg., Louisville. 

FIELD, JOHN U., Box No. 112. Versailles. 

FILBECK, CLYDE, R. R. No. 4, Benton. 

FISCHER, ARTHUR G., Catlettsburg. 

FLEMING, ERNEST H.. Elizaville. 

FLORENCE, CLARENCE M., Cynthiana. 

FLOTTMAN, FORREST EDWARD, 909— 27th St., Covington. 

FLOURNEY, THOMAS S., 300 E. Main St., Morganfield. 

FLOYD. JOHN B., 1950 Roanoke Ave., Louisville. 

FOLEY, GEORGE LESTER, Corbin. 

FORD, ARTHUR C, East Lebanon Junction. 

FRANK, JOSEPH W., 426 E. Chestnut St., Louisville. 

FREDERIC, WILLIAM G., Shelbyville. 

FRIRSCH, WILLIAM H., 1333 De Barr St., Louisville. 

FUTRELL, OLNEY N., R. No. 7 Paducah. 

GAINES, HARRIS H., Georgetown. 

GALLOWAY, J. G., 1405 State St., Bowling Green. 

GALVIN, FREDERIC J., 627 S. 34th St., Louisville. 

GARDNER, JAMES LOGAN, 1237 Garvin PI., Louisville. 

GAY, AUGUSTUS, BENJAMIN, 522 E. Main St., Lexington. 

GAY, MARVIN N., Mt. Sterling. 

GERNERT. CLARENCE R., 1525 S. Preston St., Louisville. 

GIBSON, CHARLES HUNTLEY, 40 Reeser PI., Louisville 

GIBSON, M., Sulphur Well. 

GILES, WESLEY M., R. F. D. No. 16, Anchorage. 

GILL, JONES O., Marion. 

GISH, SAMUEL CULBERTSON, Central City. 

GLASCOCK, JOSEPH W., 29 Wallace Ave., Covington. 

GLASS, WILLIAM E., 2218 Confederate PI., Louisville. 

GOCKEL, JOSEPH M., 809 S. 5th St., Paducah. 

GRADY, WILLIAM HENRY, 2028 Bonnycastle Ave., Louisville. 

GRAHAM, HAMILTON F., 624 Upper Main St., Bowling Green. 

GRANT, HERBERT B., IS33 Cherokee Rd., Louisville. 



GRAY, WILLIAM KELVIN, 2218 Scott St., Covington. 

GREEN, THOMAS HARRISON, 13SS Brook St., Louisville. 

GREGORY, WILLIAM K., 1279 Cherokee Rd., Louisville. 

GRIFFIN, HENRY C, R. D. No. 2, Clinton. 

GRIMSTEAD, HARRY K., 239 W. Hill St., Louisville. 

GRINTER, THOMAS H., Cadiz. 

GRUBBER, FRANK W.. 1521— 4th St., Louisville. 

HAGAN, JAMES C, Chapeze. 

HAILEY, LYMAN P., 414 Keller Bldg., Louisville. 

HALE, PHILIP T., 1299 Willow Ave., Louisville. 

HALEY, MARK, R. No. 2, Brooksville. 

HAMLIN, JOHN F„ 13s Transcript Ave., Lexington. 

HANKS, HERBERT. 114S Everett Ave., Louisville. 

HARDESTY, CHARLES HUGH, Shepherdsville. 

HARDIN, JOHN H., London. 

HARDIN, WALTER M., 842 S. 32d St., Louisville. 

HARDING, ROBERT R., London. 

HARDING, SAMUEL J., London. 

HARDY, MARSHALL B., 1302 S. Brook St., Louisville. 

HARDY, WILLIAM J., 1302 S. Brook St., Louisville. 

HARRISON, FRED A., Williamstown. 

HARRISON, WILLIAM F., 116 W. Ormsby St., Louisville. 

HART, CARLETON W., 61s Col. Bldg., Louisville. 

HAWK, WILBUR D., 305 E. Broadway, Louisville. 

HAY, CHARLES K., 208 Maple Ave., Danville. 

HAYBUM, ALEXANDER, 403 W. Crosby Ave., Louisville. 

HAYES, ERNEST, 607 Underhill St., Louisville. 

HAYES, WILLIAM E., c/o American Tobacco Co., Lexington. 

HECKELMAN, ALBERT V., Lebanon. 

HEINZ, HENRY J., 1404 S. Brooks St., Louisville. 

HELM, JOHN L., 1514— 4th St., Louisville. 

HELM, LOGAN B., Box No. 403, Frankfort. 

HENDRICKS, ELIJAH C, 31s McGoodwin St., Franklin. 

HENDRICKSON, ALFRED D., Camp Taylor. 

HENLEY, BERNARD J., 337 N. 26th St., Louisville. 

HERMS, JOHN A., 345 Shawnee Terrace, Louisville. 

HERRMANN, RAYMOND R., 1336 Hepburn Ave., Louisville. 

HERRMANN, RICHARD JOSEPH, 1336 Hepburn Ave., Louisville. 

HILLIARD, ISAAC, R. F. D. Station "A," Louisville. 

HILTON, GRANVILLE SACRA, 308 E. Oak St., Louisville. 

HINES, HAROLD KEMBLE, 1218 State St., Bowling Green. 

HOERTER, ARTHUR L., 1706 Rosewood Ave., Louisville. 

HOFFMAN, RAYMOND, Cynthiana. 

HOGARTY, A. J., 1324— S. 6th St., Louisville. 

HOGE, FULTON W., Frankfort. 

HOLLAND, GEORGE P., 2636 Frankfort Ave., Louisville. 

HOLLAND, REUBEN M., Owensboro. 

HOLLOWAY, LEWIS J., 1605— 3d Ave., Louisville. 

HOUSTON, WILLIAM S., Murray. 

HOWE, KENNETH P., Elizaville. 

HUBBARD, JAMES M., 411 E. 4th St., Newport. 

HUDSON, JAMES COOPER, Flemingsburg. 

HUEY, EDWARD O., Campbellsburg. 

HUFFAKER, WALTER E., 1338 S. 1st St., Louisville. 



HUGHES, J. B., Louisa. 

HUGHES, JAMES ROBERT. 2D, 46s E. Main St., Lexington. 
HUKILL. LEE F., 719 S. 23d St., Louisville. 
HUNTER, H. G., 108 Birchwood Ave., Louisville. 
IMWALL, WILLIAM B., 327 E. 17th St., Covington. 
INMAN, WILLIAM O., Hardin. 
JACKSON, W. J., Berea. 

JEFFERSON, JOHN PORTER, 1230 S. 3d St., Louisville. 
JENKINS, STEPHEN CHURCHILL, 234 E. College St., Louisville. 
JESSEE, HENRY DAVIN, 741— 10th St., Bowling Green. 
JOHNSON, BENJAMIN P., 414 Shelby St., Frankfort. 
JONES, CHARLTON E., N. Middletown. 

JONES. RAYMOND M., 48 A., Weissinger-Gaulbert Bldg., Louisville. 
JOYES, PRESTON P., c/o W. P. Brown & Sons, 6th & Hill Sts., Louis- 
ville. 
JUDD, T. A., Columbia. 

KAH, CARL LOUIS, 832 E. Broadway, Louisville. 
KALTENBACH, JOSEPH H., Buechel. 
KARNES, R. JACK, Paducah. 

KEILY, VINCENT CHRISTOPHER, Mechanicsville. 
KELLER, JOSEPH H., 3 Main St., Mt. Sterling. 
KIMBROUGH, I. S., 1127 S. Brook St., Louisville. 
KING, JOHN H., Auburn. 
KING, JOHN P., Winchester. 
KING, KENNETH B., 4604 S. 2d St., Louisville. 
KIRBY, JAMES G., 1316 S. Brook St., Louisville. 
KIRK. C. S., Maysville. 

KIRN, CHARLES A., 806 Cecil Ave., Louisville. 
KIRWAN, HARRY, 327 E. Jacob St., Louisville. 
KOCH, JEROME C, 1815 Burnett Ave., Louisville. 
KREBS, EDWARD DOMINIC, 713 E. Broadway, Louisville. 
KUYKENDALL, WILLIAM C, Transylvania University, Lexington. 
LANGLEY, EDWARD W., Hotel Madison, Madisonville. 
LAPPING, R. A., 201 Kennedy Ave., Louisville. 
LAUER, GEORGE MOELLER, 1829 Bardstown Rd., Louisville. 
LEAHY, A. J., 227 E. Oak St., Louisville. 
LE BUS, FRAZER DUNLAP, Cynthiana. 
LEEP, MYLES WILLIAM, 1932 Deerwood Ave., Louisville. 
LEIBOVITZ, ALEX. B., 108 Seminole Court, Louisville. 
LEVI, MORTON SCHAEFFER, 1626 Ellwood Ave.. Louisville. 
LEVITAN, TONY, 1032 W. Market St., Louisville. 
LEWERS, JAMES D., 1817 W. Jefferson St., Louisville. 
LEWIS, KEDRICK R.. Valley Station. 
LIEBSCHULTZ, JACOB, 828— S. 1st St., Louisville. 
LIGON, VERNON F„ so S. Alvasia St., Henderson. 
LINDSAY, JOHN RUTHERFORD, i S 9 N. Hite St., Louisville. 
LITTREL, HERMAN GAYLE, Owenton. 
LOGAN, ROBERT C, 903 Realty Bldg., Louisville. 
LUCKETT, JOHN W., R. R. No. 2. Milton. 
LUTKEMEIR, WILLIAM A., 421 Lewis St., Frankfort. 
LYNCH, RAY I., 2127 S. 1st St., Louisville. 
LYNCH, ROGER S., Camp Taylor. 
LYON, CHARLES T„ Valley Station. 
McAULIFFE, BRYAN, 2938 Long Ave., Louisville. 



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McCABE, JOHN W., Midway. 

McCALLUM, EWELL S., 2120 W. Burnett Ave., Louisville. 

MCCARTHY, CHARLES B., 508 W. 2d St., Lexington. 

MCCARTHY, FRANK L., 508 W. 2d St., Lexington. 

McCHORD, JOHN L., Lebanon. 

McCLAIN, GEORGE L., Bardstown. 

McCOLLUM, JOHN J., Erlanger. 

McCOLLUM, ROBERT E., Erlanger. 

Mccormick, morgan Stanley, Henderson. 

McGINNIS, FRANK L„ Pomona Nurseries, Bowling Green. 
McGOVERN, PHILIP J., 923 Starks Bldg., Louisville. 
McGOWAN, CHARLES R., 1014 Starks Bldg., Louisville. 
McKENNY, THURMAN H., Diamond Springs. 
McLENDON, GEORGE M., 1007 S. 28th St.. Louisville. 
MAGGE, R. A., 146 Coral Court, Louisville. 
MAGRUDER, REDMOND M„ Kevil. 
MAJOR, WILLIAM W., 1129 Cherokee Rd., Louisville. 
MANNING, ELMORE, 303 Starks Bldg- Louisville. 
MARCUM, ALBERT L., c/o Dow Wire & Iron Works, Louisville. 
MARTIN, LYMAN C, Owenton. 
MAXWELL, NORVAL C, 1453 S. 1st St., Louisville. 
MEDLOCK, LEONARD T., Annville. 
MERHOFF, R. H., 124 E. Oak St., Louisville. 
MEYER, C. S., 2005 Kenilworth Ave.. Louisville. 
MEYER, HARRY F., 375 Park Ave., Newport. 
MEYERS, MELVIN S., 4 Lenox Apts., Louisville. 
MICHAEL, EDWIN B., 326 N. 7th St., Paducah. 
MICHOT, EUGENE E., 3125 Portland Ave., Louisville. 
MILBY, G. A., Gabe. 

MILLER, CLIFTON S., 14S1— 2d St., Louisville. 
MILLER, FRANCIS J., 4317 Michigan Ave., Covington. 
MILLER, FRED, Walton. 

MILLER, FRED H., 934 Franklin St., Louisville. 
MILLER, W. K., Owensboro. 

MILTON, HUGH MEGLONE, 550 Elm Tree Lane, Lexington. 
MINER, HARRY GEORGE, 3610 W. Broadway, Louisville. 
MINNER, RAYMOND E., Marion. 
MITCHELL, WILLIAM E., Long Run. 
MITCHELL, WILLIAM M., 226 N. 9th St., Paducah. 
MOORE, CLARDY H., R. R. No. 1, Lewisburg. 

MORAN, LAWRENCE FRANKEL, R. F. D. No. 1, Box No. 72, Louis- 
ville. 
MORGAN, D. T., Elizabethtown. 
MORGAN, RALPH J., Experiment Sta., Lexington. 
MORGAN, RALPH R., 318 Madison Ave., Covington. 
MORRIS, CALVIN W., R. R. No. 2, Murray. 
NASH, W. R., 121 N. Fitzhugh St., Rochester. 
NATTENHEIMER, ERVIN B., 559 Lexington Ave., Newport. 
NEAT, BENJAMIN C. 1828 Frankfort Ave., Louisville. 
NELSON, HOWARD M., 1437 Morton Ave., Louisville. 
NEWMAN, ROCKWELL H., Weissinger-Gaulbert Apts., Louisville. 
NEWTON, JOHN CASE, 2200 O'Fallon Ave., Bellevue. 
NEWTON, JOHN S., Williamstown. 
NICHOLS, JESSIE B., Madison Apts., Paducah. 



NILES, LELAND G„ R. R. No. 2, Station "E, " Box No. 266. Louisville. 
NUNNELLEY, COLEMAN D., Oakland. 
NUXOL, GERALD J., 533 E. Ormsby Ave.. Louisville. 
O'HARA, RAYMOND C, 820 S. Brook St., Louisville. 
O'REAR, JAMES B., Frankfort. 

OFFUTT, WINFIELD ROACH, 1222 Garvin Place, Louisville. 
OLIVE, RAYMOND G., 231 W. Broadway, Louisville. 
ORME, GEORGE R., Marion. 
OSGOOD, B. D„ 103 Norman St., Fulton. 
OWEN, JESSE L., Owensboro. 

PARKS, ROBERT M., 1441 S. 4th Ave., Louisville. 
PARSONS, JULIAN N., 2100 Alta Ave., Louisville. 
PARVIN, STANLEY H„ 323 Retreat St., Belleveue. 
PAYNE, HORATIO M., Frankfort. 

PEARSON, WALLACE E., 1152 S. Brook St., Louisville. 
PECK, W. G., 1931— 3d St., Louisville. 
PERRY, DAVID P., Stamping Ground. 
PETER, HARRY DAVIS, 313— 3d St., Henderson. 
PETRIE, C. B., 1310 Cherokee Rd., Louisville. 
PETRIE, CHARLES J., Fairview. 

PFEIFFER, MARTIN J., 1415 Highland Ave., Louisville. 
PIKE, WILLIAM T., 283 Clay St., Lexington. 
POGUE, EDGAR M., Lexington. 
POTTS, FLOYD W., R. F. D. No. 5, Owensboro. 
POWELL, HERBERT CECIL, R. F. D. No. 2, Box 105, Louisville. 
POWELL, PAUL, 1054 Garvin PI., Louisville. 
POWERS, CLEMENT W., 2626 Banks St., Louisville. 
PUGH, CLIFFORD W., R. R. No. 1, Covington. 
PURDY, CHARLES H., 1222 Holman St., Covington. 
PUTNAM, DONALD H., Ashland. 
RAILEY, BRADLEY, 172 N. Upper St., Lexington. 
RAMSEY, CHARLES M., Samuels Ave.. Mt. Sterling. 
RAUTERBERG, HENRY BULLITT, 952— S. 4th Ave., Louisville. 
REAM, E. K., R. F. D. No. 11— Buechel. 
REDFORD, WILLIAM A., 224 W. Broadway, Louisville. 
REDMAN, HERBERT E., 1210 Innis Court, Louisville. 
REIMERS, MILTON ARTHUR, 808 Baxter Ave., Louisville. 
RENICK, BRINK COLEMAN, in Duncan Ave., Paris. 
RENSHAW, FRANK S., Hopkinsville. 
RESCORE, WILLIAM H., Crestwood. 

RICHARDSON, HENRY H., 714 Randolph St., Louisville. 
RIESER, ALBERT, 1910 S. 3d St., Louisville. 
RIGGS, LEE HAMET, 58 Park Ave., Ludlow. 
RISEN, STROTHER GRADY, Campbellsville. 
ROBINSON, GEORGE A., Jr., 1479— 4th Ave., Louisville. 
RODES, JOSEPH B., 2037 Douglas Blvd., Louisville. 
RORK, JOSEPH S., 2435 Jefferson St., Paducah. 
ROSEBERRY, HIRAM MONTGOMERY. Paris. 
ROSSELL, FRANCIS A., 1113 S. 6th St., Louisville. 
ROTHAN, OSMUND E., 3910 Huntington Ave., Latonia Sta., Coving- 
ton. 
RUCKMAN, FRANCIS VINTON. Providence. 
RUFFIN, WILLIAM F., 117 E. Liberty Ave., Covington. 
RUTTLE, RAYMOND H., 822 Madison Ave., Covington. 



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RYE, WAYNE T., Ellis Apts., " K, " Paducah. 

SAMBROOK, GEORGE HARRY, 1437 Hemlock St., Louisville. 

SCHABER, GEORGE H., Alexandria, Campbell Co. 

SCHABER, OSCAR B., Alexandria, Campbell Co. 

SCHIMPELER, CHARLES H., Louisville. 

SCHMIDT, PAUL F., 1136 Everett Ave., Louisville. 

SCHNEIDER, WILLIAM F., 716 E. Oak St., Louisville. 

SCHOLTZ, JOS. D., 112 W. Jefferson. Louisville. 

SCHUKNECHT, L. C, 1823 Sherwood Ave., Louisville. 

SCOTT, FRANK R., Praise. 

SCOTT, J. L., Lair. 

SEAY, HORACE H., 2058 Preston St., Louisville. 

SEDDON, ARTHUR H., 1228 S. 4th St., Louisville. 

SEELBACH, LOUIS, Jr., The Seelbach, Louisville. 

SEILER, LOUIS WILLIAM, 1104 S. 2d St., Louisville. 

SELLERS, JAMES V., Robard. 

SETTLES, GROVER C, 371 N. 3d St., Danville. 

SHANNON. JOHN M., c/o C. C. Mengel & Bro. Co., 4th&GSts., 

Louisville. 
SHERIDAN, JOHN J., 12 E. Robin Ave., Covington. 
SHORT, HENRY T., 416 W. Breckinridge St., Louisville. 
SHOUSE, SAMUEL H., R. R. No. 2, Lexington. 
SHURE. D. B., 8th St. & Washington Ave., Newport. 
SIDEBOTTOM, PAUL L., Owenton. 
SILVA, E. H., 316 Overton St., Newport. 
SIMON, MEYER, SOS3 Enright St., Louisville. 
SIMS, EUGENE E., Saint Matthews. 
SINCLAIR, C. W., Georgetown. 
SKERRITT, R. E., 533 Y. M. C. A., Louisville. 
SKILES, ROBERT L.. Bell Court. LouisviUe. 
SMALL, CHARLES C, Taylor Blvd. & Walter Ave., Louisville. 
SMITH, CHARLES L., 2703 Garland Ave., Louisville. 
SMITH, JACOB., Welchburg. 
SMITH, JACOB D., Winchester. 
SMITH, RALPH E., Harlan. 
SNODDY. H. T., 1301 St. Ann St., Owensboro. 
SOMMER, CHARLES W., 267 S. Limestone St., Lexington. 
SPERTI, JULIUS S., 1334 Herman Ave., Covington. 
SPRINGER, DOUGLAS F., 4440 S. sth St., Louisville. 
SPRUNCK, PAUL J., 2308 West Oak St., Louisville. 
SPURRIER, KEITH McCAULEY. 2734 Field Ave., Louisville. 
STAPP, CORBETT C, Corydon. 

STEINHAUSER, LEO ELLIS, R. F. D. No. 1, Demossville. 
STEPHENS, NOBLE HENDERSON, Stearns. 
STERN, ARTHUR, 1701 W. Market St., Louisville. 
STEVENES, ORLO M., 957— 1st St., Louisville. 
STRUVE, DUDLEY L„ Anchorage. 
SULLIVAN, FRANK A., Mt. Eden. 
SULLIVAN. LAWRENCE C, Jamestown. 
SUMNER, WOOD, Greenville. 
TAYLOR, ADRAIN H., 642 S. 40th St., Louisville. 
TAYLOR, EDWARD L., 1441— 4th St., Louisville. 
TEHAN, HARRY E., 2127 W. Broadway, Louisville. 
THOMAS, ALBRO B., Hindman. 



THOMAS. HORACE S., Camp Taylor. 

THOMAS, JAMES W., Beaverdam. 

THOMAS, WILLIAM R., 519 Bolivar St., Owensboro. 

THOMSON, CHARLES E., 1506— 2d St., Louisville. 

THOMSON, JOHN W., 233 Sugg St., Madisonville. 

THORNBERRY, S., Owensboro. 

TODD, WILLIAM R., Columbia. 

TOLMAN, DORET R., Elks Club, Louisville. 

TOWNSEND. FRED DeP.. Camp Taylor. 

TRAUTWEIN, V. R., 2530 W. Walnut St., Louisville. 

TRAVIS, JOSEPH C, 3138 Garland Ave., Louisville. 

TROY, H. P., 222 E. Caldwell St., LouisvUle. 

TURNER, HERSCHEL MENIFEE, Scottsville. 

UNMETHUN, A. H., Louisville. 

VAN METER, JACOB B., 453 W. 3d St., Lexington. 

VAN SANT. GEORGE E., Paris. 

VAUGHN, J. F., 2103 St. Louis Ave.. LouisviUe. 

VICTORY, JOHN M., Earlington. 

VOGT. ALVIN R.. 1382— 3d St., Louisville. 

VOGT, ERNEST L.. 1382— 3d St., LouisvUle. 

WALKER. HENRY AJAX, 1463 St. James Court, LouisvUle. 

WALKER, JOSEPH F., 13 10 State St., Bowling Green. 

WALLER, LYLE B., Morganfield. 

WALTON, GILDROY G., Lewisburg. 

WANLESS, GEORGE S., 1220 S. 6th St., Louisville. 

WANNER, HERMAN JACOB, 996 Barrett Ave., Louisville. 

WARD. ROBINSON J., 417 Russell Ave., Covington. 

WARD, JAMES H„ Paris. 

WARD, JOHN H., 1231— 4th Ave., LouisvUle. 

WARE, ELMER P., 1422 Greenup St., Covington. 

WARRELL, CHARLES CHESTER, 810 S. 4th St., LouisvUle. 

WARREN, JAMES GORLEY, 527 W. Breckinridge St., LouisvUle. 

WARTH, ROBERT DOUGLAS, Georgetown. 

WATHEN, JOSEPH GEORGE, 307 W. Broadway, Louisville. 

WATKINS, JAMES STEPHEN, London. 

WATSON, PHILLIP B., 3728 W. Broadway, LouisvUle. 

WEBB, KIRWIN PRYOR, 724 E. 13th St., Louisville. 

WEDEKEMPER, NORBERT C, 13 19 Willow Ave.. LouisviUe. 

WEHLE, FREDERICK, 2233 Bonnycastle Ave., LouisvUle. 

WEIR, JAMES R., 14S9 St. James Court, Louisville. 

WELCH, BERNICE E., Owenton. 

WHITEHEAD, GUY, 1017 S. 2d St.. Louisville. 

WHITNEY, R., 210 E. Gray St., Louisville. 

WIEDEMANN, CARL F., Newport. 

WILETT, ORVILLE R., Elizabethtown. 

WILLER, STANLEY ANTHONY, 217 W. 15th St.. Covington. 

WILLIAMS, EDWIN A., Harrodsburg. 

WILLIAMS, HARRY C, Auburn. 

WILSON, FRANK B., Bardstown. 

WINN, JOHN J., Mt. Sterling. 

WINN, RICHARD P., Mt. Sterling. 

WISE, L., 139 N. Main St., Eminence, Ky. 

WISSEL, ALBERT J., 309— 6th Ave., Dayton. 

WOLF, JOSEPH H., Danville. 



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WOOD, DONALD J., 126 W. Front St., Maysville. 

WOODRUFF, BYRON AUBREY, Cadiz. 

WROCKLAGE, FRANK G., 537 Finzer St., Louisville. 

WULF, ROBERT G„ 678 S. 41st St., Louisville. 

WURTELE, EDWARD C., 4516 Southern Parkway, Louisville. 

WYMAN. JOHN M., 847 S. 8th St., Mayfield. 

WYMOND, LOUIS H., Upper River Rd., Louisville. 



YADEN, JESSE LINCOLN, London. 

YAGER, MAURIE B., La Grange. 

YARBO, CLARENCE, 191S Broad St., Paducah. 

YEAMAN, JOHN MOORE, 229 S. Elm St., Henderson. 

YONTS, JOSEPH E., Central City. 

ZAEH, KAREL M., 1914 Bonnycastle Ave., Louisville. 

ZEIGLER, ERNEST L., R. R. No. 3. Maysville. 



LOUISIANA 



ABADIE, JOSEPH J., 1003— 1st St., New Orleans. 

ADAMS, JAMES E., 1424 Ameilia St., New Orleans. 

ADAMS, MILTON W., Natchitoches. 

ALLGOOD, D. S., Box 811, Shreveport. 

ANSELMENT, FRANK RAY, 202 Hibernia Bank Bldg.. New Orleans. 

BACOT, FRANK M., 901 America St., Baton Rouge. 

BARTON, WILLIAM H., 413 N. 2d St., Alexandria. 

BELL, EDMUND L., Lake Providence. 

BELL, WILLIAM Y., Lake Providence. 

BENNECA, HAROLD A., 2817 Chestnut St., New Orleans. 

BLACKMAR, ARMAND E., 2270 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans. 

BOBST, FRED A.. Alexandria. 

BONFIGLIO, JOSEPH H.. 1523 Erato St., New Orleans. 

BOSE, NEALE J., 911 N. Salmon St., New Orleans. 

BOYETT. WILLIAM R., Sarepta. 

BOZEMAN, HARLEY B., 1420 Center St., Winnfield. 

BRINGIER. AMEDEE G., 2901 Lepage St., New Orleans. 

BROWN, HERBERT J., Slidell. 

BROWN, WILLIAM E., 1922 State St., New Orleans. 

BROWNE, CLARENCE P., 1804 St. Charles St., New Orleans. 

BUTLER, MINOT A., Vivian. 

CALLEN, STEPHEN WILLIAM, Elizabeth St., Lafayette. 

CAREY, THOMAS J„ Jr., 1728 Palmyra St., New Orleans. 

CASE, LESLIE, B., Lafayette Ave. & Florida Walk, New Orleans. 

CASSADAY, HAL D., 5244 Constance St., New Orleans. 

CASSEL, HENRY S., Hammond. 

CHAGNARD, MAURICE J., 427 S. Cortez St., New Orleans. 

CHALIN. FRED P., Thibodaux. 

CHAMBERLAIN, J. O., 2333 Gen. Taylor St., New Orleans. 

CLARK, CLARE C, 923 Erie St., Shreveport. 

CLARK, PAUL E., 721 St. Charles St., New Orleans. 

CLARK, PHILANDER A., 8217 Elm St., New Orleans. 

CLOUD, ROBERT E., 1602 Creswell St., Shreveport. 

COLEMAN, BRADY L., Goldonna. 

COOK, WILLIAM C, Grand Cane. 

COONEY, PERCY S., 208 Godchaux Bldg., New Orleans. 

COUMES, GEORGE R., 1808 St. Peter St., New Orleans. 

CROMWELL, ARTHUR M., 1837 Palmer Ave.. New Orleans. 

CURRAN, ROBERT L., 7319 Hampson St., New Orleans. 

CURRY, JOSEPH T., St. Joseph. 

CUSACHS, JOCHIN, 524 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans. 

DAVIS, HUGH, Columbia. 

DECKER, B. H., 1212 State St., New Orleans. 

DESSOURMES, MAURICE D., 1124 Burgundy St., New Orleans. 



DILLON, PATRICK H., 2651 Canal St., New Orleans. 

DROUET, JOSEPH M., Meeker. 

DROUET, SOUGERON G., 1315 St. Andrew St., New Orleans. 

DUNBAR, CRAWFORD K., Baton Rouge. 

DU PONT, JOSEPH O., Plaquemine. 

EDWARDS, E. M., Eros. 

EHNINGER, CHARLES M., 1412 Gov. Nicholls St.. New Orleans. 

ELLIOTT, C, Amite. 

ELLIOTT, EDWARD R., Tangipahoa. 

ENLOE, IRA JACK, Mansfield. 

ERNST, LOUIS F., 4846 Camp St., New Orleans. 

EWING, ROBERT, 2009 Carondelet St., New Orleans. 

FARR, JESSE L., Marion. 

FERNANDEZ, C. J., Box 304, Donaldsonville. 

FITCH, LESLIE A., 249 Dufroca St., Baton Rouge. 

FLASPOLLER, BERNARD T., 1229 State St., New Orleans. 

FLASPOLLER, SIDNEY G., 5308 Prytania St., New Orleans. 

FLEMING, EUGENE H., Jr., Frogmore. 

FOREMAN, THOMAS O., R. R. No. 2, Baton Rouge. 

FOWLER, E. B., Oak Grove. 

FULLILOVE, EDGAR W., P. 0. Box 469, Shreveport. 

GALLAGHER, CHARLES WILLIAM, 101s Government St., Baton 

Rouge. 
GAUCHE, RAYMOND, 4802 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans. 
GAUGHAN, ALBERT L., 4525 Canal St., New Orleans. 
GEBMEIDE, JOHN D., 1023 Leontine St., New Orleans. 
GEERKEN, JULES ST. F., 4119 Burgundy St., New Orleans. 
GEHL, ROBERT M., 4825 Carondelet St., New Orleans. 
GLASS, JOHN S., 1727 Berlin St., New Orleans. 
GOLDSTEIN, MOISE H„ 1472 State St., New Orleans. 
GOODWYN, P. MARVIN. Colfax. 

GOUGH, JOHN JOSEPH, 64s St. Hypolite St.. New Orleans. 
GREENE, ALEXANDER M., Natchitoches. 
GUNBY, GEORGE, 501 Jackson St., Monroe. 
HARPER. JAMES E., Gueydan. 
HARPER, WILLIAM R., Zwolle. 
HATCHER, WILLIAM B., Baton Rouge. 
HAYNEN, JOSEPH R., 2317 Gen. Taylor St., New Orleans. 
HAYNES, EUGENE B., Simsboro. 
HERBERT, JOSEPH D., Abbeville. 
HIGGINBOTHAM, SERGE POWERS, 237 

Rouge. 
HILLER, ROY H., 1531 Carrollton Ave., New Orleans. 
HOFFMAN, JOHN C, 2630 Bell St., New Orleans. 



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HOLLARD. CHARLES J., New Orleans. 

HOLSTEAD, GEORGE B., Ruston. 

JONES, D. W., Grand Chenier. 

JONES, EDWARD R., R. F. D. No. 3, Baton Rouge. 

JONES, G. E., Jonesboro. 

KAHN, ISADORE F., 634 St. Marys St., Baton Rouge. 

KALMBACH, WILLIAM CHASE, 601 Egan St., Shreveport. 

KAUFMAN, ELIAS R., 711 Bilbo St., Lake Charles. 

KERR, DON F., c/o F. B. Collins Inv. Co., Lafayette. 

KILPATRICK, DAVID P., 525 Beauregard St., Alexandria. 

KLING, JOSEPH L., New Iberia. 

KLOCK, ARTHUR E., Cheneyville. 

KNIGHT, FRANK, 2831 Prytania St., New Orleans. 

LARUE, ROGER J., 823 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans. 

LASSEIGUE, M. J., St. Martinville. 

LAWSON, WILLIAM GEORGE, Jackson. 

LEBON, LAWRENCE J., 170s Bayou Rd. St., New Orleans. 

LEDBETTER, GLYNN H., Derry. 

LEE, JAMES H., Alexandria. 

LEMARIE, M. B., 1000 Broadway, New Orleans. 

LOGAN, W., Benton. 

LOTHROP, GUY I., 1333 State St., New Orleans. 

LUDLUM, OLIVER K„ Bastrop. 

McARTHUR, ARTHUR, s Rosa Park, New Orleans. 

McCUNE, LAWRENCE J., 2614 Banks St., New Orleans. 

McCUTCHON, PERCY B., 4020 Prytania St., New Orleans. 

McKNIGHT, RUFUS N., Clinton. 

McKOWN, HERBERT W., 503 S. Harrison St., Alexandria. 

McMASTER, CARY E., 1224 Octavia St., New Orleans. 

MAGRUDER, NATHANIEL, c/o T. D. Boyd, Baton Rouge. 

MAGUIRE. JOHN B., 631 Convention St., Baton Rouge. 

MARSTON, JOHN, Coushatta. 

MARTINEZ, A. R., 4537 St. Johnson St., New Orleans. 

MASON, ALBERT A., 2011 Highland Ave., Shreveport. 

MAYS, JOHN R., Jr., Rosedale. 

MERRILL, BERGEN S., 1204 Jackson Ave., New Orleans. 

MEYER, ANDREW P., 1224 Constantinople St., New Orleans. 

MILLER. EARL CHRISTIAN, Jennings. 

MILLS, ROBERT Y., Jr., Clinton. 

MINOR, STEPHEN D., ion Esplanade Ave., New Orleans. 

MITCHELL, HENRY L., Shreveport. 

MOISE, RIDGELY, 1309 Octavia St., New Orleans. 

MONROSE, CLARENCE F., 2139 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans. 

MORRISON, GEORGE T., 1931 Gintilly Rd., New Orleans. 

MOUTON, GEORGE ALEXANDER, Rayne. 

MOWBRAY, CURTIS CLIFFORD, Paradis. 

MURRELL, GEORGE MICHAEL, Bayou Goula. 

NAPP, CHARLES L., 917 N. Salomon St., New Orleans. 

NIEBERGALL, PHILIP A., 7928 Zimple St., New Orleans. 

OLIVER, JOHN, Slidell. 

OSCHWALD, JAMES F., Thibodaux. 

OWENS, WILLIAM M., 1237 State St., New Orleans. 

PALFREY, WILLIAM T, Franklin. 

PARKERSON, STIRLING, 1527 Calhoun St., New Orleans. 



PARKS, GEORGE L., 436 East St., Lake Charles. 
PERKINS, DR. CHAS. E., 616 Hennen Bldg., New Orleans. 
PETERS, JAMES P., Dodson. 
POURCIAU, LOUIS V., New Roads. 
REAVES, GEORGE M., Bastrop. 

RENSHAW, DONALD, 741 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans. 
RICHARD, GEORGE H., Donaldson. 
RICHARD, JOSEPH W., Carencro. 
RICHARD, RAYMOND, 140 Court St., Opelousas. 
RICHARDSON, EDMUND, 3706 St. Charles St., New Orleans. 
ROLLINS, JAMES F., Norwood. 
SANDERS, H. C, Simsboro. 

SCHMIDT, JOHN DIETHER, 1023 Leontine St., New Orleans. 
SCHOEN, PHILIP J., Jr., 529 Elysian Field Ave., New Orleans. 
SCHNEIDAU, WILLIAM K., 11 Richmond PI., New Orleans. 
SCOTT, NAUMAN S., Alexandria. 
SHEALLY, JOHN A., Minden. 

SHERWOOD, WILLIAM F., 2545 Canal St., New Orleans. 
SMART, WILLIAM G., 2101 Magazine St., New Orleans. 
SMITH, BENNIE C 1323 Prospect St.. New Orleans. 
SMITH, JODIE R., Wilson. 
SMITH, JOHN A., 2614 State St., New Orleans. 
SMITH, SYDNEY H., 521 Lowerline St., New Orleans. 
SMITHERMAN, DAVID EWART, Liberty Hill. 
SNELL, FRANK N., 8238 Sycamore St., New Orleans. 
SOUCHEN, EDMOND, 240s St. Charles Ave., New Orleans. 
SOULE, GEORGE, 603 St. Charles St., New Orleans. 
STANTON, HOMER L., 322 Maison Blanche Annex, New Orleans. 
STAKELUM, WILLIAM HARRISON, 1218 Constance St., New Or- 
leans. 
STERN, HENRY, 1320 St. Andrew St., New Orleans. 
SUTTER, MALCOLM H., 1725 Calliope St., New Orleans. 
TAYLOR, BENJAMIN B., 925 Convention St.. Baton Rouge. 
TERWILLIGER, GILBERT D., 902 Kirby PI., Shreveport. 
TEW, THOMAS L., 30s Pine St., Monroe. 
THAMES, WILLIAM H., 1809 Napoleon Ave., New Orleans. 
THIBODAUX, MOSE, St. Martinsville. 
THOMPSON, KLEBER S., Marion. 
THORNTON, DAN, Vivian. 

TODD, ALEXANDRIA T., 718 Common St., New Orleans. 
TOMES, HADDEN C, 3003 Carrollton Ave., New Orleans. 
TRELEAVEN, PERCY G., 625 Lowerline St., New Orleans. 
USINA. EDMUND A., 504 Gravier St., New Orleans. 
VERNON, NORMAN PHILIP, Amite. 
WALLING. CHARLES L., Merryville. 
WARE, HULON, Independence. 

WEIL, HERBERT S., 5"7 Prytania St., New Orleans. 
WEISS, BERNARD E., 5225 Perrin St., New Orleans. 
WELLS, CHARLIE M., Meeker. 

WELLS, CHARLES W., 1470 Joseph St., New Orleans. 
WERLIN, PHILLIP P., 1769 Jackson St., Alexandria. 
WHITTEN, FRANK S., 211 Hibernia Bank Bldg., New Orleans. 
WILKINSON, JOHN P., Shreveport. 
WILLIAMS, THOMAS A., 1302— 8th St., New Orleans. 



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WOMACK, DEWITT L., Greensburg. 

WURSTER, JOHN A., Jonesville. 

YOUNG, CHARLES B., 531 Ave. C, Bogalusa. 



ALLEN. EVERETT A., 189 Forest Ave., Bangor. 

BAGLEY, BRADBURY J., Jacksonville. 

BEAL, LESTER IRVING, 505 Fidelity Bldg., Portland. 

BESSEY, ELWOOD G., 36 Maple St., Dexter. 

BISBEE, ERNEST FRANKLIN, Bethel. 

BLAISDELL, RAYMOND W., East Franklin. 

BLUNT, EDISON S., 135— Brackett St., Portland. 

BOAL, LESTER IRVING, 50s Fidelity Bldg., Portland. 

BOOBER. RALEIGH B., Lee. 

BOODY, HENRY B. P., 21 Lincoln St., Portland. 

BOOMER, STEVEN H„ 07 Seavey St., Cumberland Mills. 

BRAGDON, STANLEY B., 333 Spring St., Westbrook. 

BREWSTER, RALPH 0., 187 Middle St., Portland. 

BROWNE, CARL G., 178 Centre St., Oldtown. 

BURSE, MORRILL, 42 Central St., Pittsfield. 

BUTTERS, ARTHUR E., 32 Coombs St., Bangor. 

CARLETON. JOHN H., South Berwick. 

CARTLAND, LAWRENCE W., 107 Temple St., Saco. 

CASWELL, CURTICE LOVE. 22 Cross St., Westbrook. 

CHILCOTT, JAMES C, 2 W. Broadway, Bangor. 

COBB, SUMNER CHASE, R. F. D. 3, Woodfords. 

CONRAY, WILFRED CRINDLE, Blue Hill Falls. 

COOK, HILLIARD DUNNING, 70 Pleasant St., Gardiner. 

CRAMER, ARTHUR R., 301 Messinger St., Bangor. 

CREEDEN, JAMES C, 94 Howe St., Lewiston. 

CROWELL, HARRISON P.. 79 Clinton St., Portland. 

CURTIS, WILLARD H., Boothbay Harbor. 

CUSHMAN, GORDON A., Old Orchard. 

DANIELS, O. H., Harrison. 

DAY, NORRIS E.. Wesley. 

DOLAN, JAMES DENNIS, lis Clark St., Portland. 

DORR. ALTON A., Cherryfield. 

DRAPEAU, EUDORE A., Brunswick. 

DUBEY, LEON T., 534 Congress St., Portland. 

DYER, ROBERT J., Turner. 

FAULKINGHAM. BERTRAM N., Jonesport. 

FLANDERS, CARROLL B., 101 E. Leavitt St.. Skowhegan. 

FOGG, LENNOX C, 546 Main St., Westbrook. 

FOGG, SUMMER S., 650 Congress St., Portland. 

FRIEND, HERBERT T., Bangor. 

GARDNER, DANIEL E.. 11 Germain St., Calais. 

GEORGE, DONALD PAYSON, Rockland. 

GERRISH, STANLEY S., 47 Eastern Promenade, Portland. 

GOOGINS, FRANK JAMES, 12 Exeter St., Portland. 

GRAY, ELLSWORTH M.. East Machias. 

GREGSON, LAWRENCE H., Millinockett. 

HALL, ALLAN W., Machias. 

HAM, HAROLD J., Biddeford. 



YOUNG, GEORGE J„ 1850 Upperline St., New Orleans. 
YOUNG, HARRISON J., Gonzales. 
YOUNGBLOOD, CHARLES L., De Ridder. 



MAINE 



HARRIGAN, EDWARD J., 191 York St., Portland. 

HARRIMAN, RAY W., 90 Highland Ave., Gardiner. 

HARRIS, LEON C, 1085 Washington Ave., Portland. 

HARTZELL CARL, Box 202, Orono. 

HATCH, HORACE S., 319 Trelawney Bldg., Portland. 

HAWES, EDWARD C, 214 Broadway, Bangor. 

HILL, WALTERS G., Bar Harbor. 

HOLMES, CECIL T., Bates College, Lewiston. 

HOLMES, PRESSLEY D., South West Harbor. 

HOWE, GEORGE H., Jr., Caribou. 

ISAACSON, BENJAMIN, 15 Washington St., Auburn. 

JENSEN, ALLAN J. G, 19 Oxford St., Portland. 

JOHNSON, FREDERICK O., Hancock. 

JOHNSON, JUSTIN 0., East Sullivan. 

JONES, HAROLD D., 95 Exchange St., Portland. 

JONES, SAMUEL EVERETT, 14 Winter St., Augusta. 

JUDKINS, LACY W., Dixfield. 

KINNEY, GUY LEANDER, Blaine. 

LACKEE, HOBART G., sio Stevens Ave., Woodfords. 

LAWRY. EMERSON C, 10 Winchester St., Fairfield. 

LEECH, ARTHUR L., Livermore Falls. 

LEMONT, HERBERT R.. 564 Washington St., Bath. 

LIBBY, DONALD M., Limerick. 

LORD, GEORGE EDWARD, Brownville. 

LOVEJOY. C. W., Rumford. 

McCANN, JAMES C, 13s Cedar St., Bangor. 

McDONALD, DONALD, 69 Atlantic St., Portland. 

McKENNY, JESS HAMILTON, 56 Pleasant St., Brunswick. 

McKENNY, MAURICE R., Stillwater. 

MELCHER, EDMOND CAPRON, 343 Main St., Cumberland Mills. 

MILES, ADELBERT LAROY, 104 Limerock St., Rockland. 

NEALEY, JAMES B., 178 Harlow St., Bangor. 

NELSON, HENRY C, 109 Hancock St., Rumford. 

NEWMAN, HERBERT L., Weston. 

NOBLE, LEW M., Phillips. 

O'LEARY, SIMON, 140 Linccln St., Bangor. 

PACKARD, HORACE C, Hartland. 

PAYSON, ROBERT. Cape Elizabeth. 

PEASE, CROWELL E., R. F. D. No. 8. Hallowell. 

PIERCE, HAROLD M„ Norridgewock. 

POWER. PERCY A., Lincoln. 

PUTNAM, WILLIAM W., Thomaston. 

QUIMBY, FRANK B., Turner. 

RAMSAY, KENNETH E., Portland. 

RATTRAY, EDWIN D., 95 Palm St., Bangor. 

REED, KENNETH E., Millinockett. 

RICH, MULFORD EDWARD, 88 Sawyer St.. Portland. 

ROBINSON, J. A., 21 Sawyer St., Portland. 



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RUSSELL, EARLE STONE, High St., Gorham. 

SCHMIDTKE, JOHN CALVIN, R. R. i, Mt. Vernon. 

SHAW, EARLE E., College St., Orono. 

SHERBURNE, ROYAL J., Springvale. 

SMALL, REGINALD T., 108 Spring St., Westbroolc. 

SPRING, ARCHER, Upper Gloucester. 

ST. JOHN, GEORGE R., 41 Concord St., Portland. 

TRACEY, WILLIAM A., Cary- 



URANN, EUGENE H., Sullivan. 

WADLEIGH, ASA D., 11 1 No. 4th St., Oldtown. 

WATKINS, FORREST P., 1192 Forest Ave., Bangor. 

WHITE, JOSEPH C, 169 Broadway, Bangor. 

WHITTEN, GUY R„ Prospect Harbor. 

WILLEY, FREDERICK W., Carmel. 

YEATON, CHESTER H., R. F. D. 1, Richmond. 



MARYLAND 



ABBOTT, CORNELIUS W.. Jr., 2931 Calvert St., Baltimore. 

ADAMS, ALBERT C, 218 E. Lafayette Ave., Baltimore. 

ADAMS, CHARLES HAMILTON, 218 E. Lafayette Ave., Baltimore. 

ADAMS, WARREN, Kensington. 

AWALT. FRANCIS G., Laurel Ave., Laurel. 

BAKER, JOSEPH DILL, Jr., 3442 Auchentoroly Terrace, Baltimore. 

BANKS, DANIEL B., 2119 Bolton St., Baltimore. 

BAYLY, IRVING H„ 1513 N. S. Strieker St., Baltimore. 

BEALLE, MORRIS ALLISON, Relay. 

BECKER. CHARLES A., 502 N. Calhoun St., Baltimore. 

BEITLER, WILLIAM AUBREY, Ridge Ave., Halethorp. 

BENNETT. VICTOR S., 523 N. Rose St., Baltimore. 

BERRY, MEYER H., Upper Marlboro. 

BIEN, ARTHUR J. H., 307 E. 33d St., Baltimore. 

BINFORD, JOHN TURNER. Ruxton. 

BISSELL, CHARLES R., Kitzmiller. 

BITTLE, FOSTER D., Myersville. 

BOHNLOFINK. JOHN. 404 S. Patterson Pk. Ave.. Baltimore. 

BOURBON, AUGUST J., 1200 Homewood Ave., Baltimore. 

BOURKE, CLYDE A., Boone. 

BOWEN, JOHN W., Jr.. 2420 Linden Ave., Baltimore. 

BOWLAND, JEPTHA E., Kingston. 

BRADLEY, JAMES LACY, 2933 N. Calvert St., Baltimore. 

BROOKE, WILLIAM H., Upper Marlboro. 

BROUGHTON, EDGAR B., c/o J. B. Hayman, Marion. 

BROWN, RUSSELL MARTIN, 3211 Newton St., Mt. Ranier. 

BRUNE, CHARLES D. F., 518 Park Ave., Baltimore. 

BULLA, PAUL S., Brentwood, Prince Georges Co. 

CALDWELL, HENRY T., Galena. 

CARY, CLARENCE E., 3502 Fairview Ave., Baltimore. 

CAWLEY, CHARLES P., 1013 Madison Ave., Baltimore. 

CHAPPELL, HUBERT B., Kensington. 

CIOTTI, HECTOR JOSEPH, 3512 Powhatan Ave., Baltimore. 

CLARK, JAMES, Ellicott City. 

CLAUDE, WILLIAM TELL, 202 Prince George St.. Annapolis. 

COLEMAN, WILLIAM C, Equitable Bldg.. Baltimore. 

CONLENTZ, LESLIE M., Middletown. 

COOLAHAN, ROBERT A., 3406 Norwood Ave., Baltimore. 

CORT, HUGH, Overlea. 

COULBOURN, NELSON R., R. F. D. No. 2. Crisfield. 

COULBOURN, ROBERT M.. Homewood Apts., Baltimore. 

DAVIS. WILLIAM H., 71S S. Montford Ave.. Baltimore. 

DAWSON, FRANK W., 234 Park Ave., Baltimore. 



DEMARCO, JOHN L., 414 S. Paca St., Baltimore. 

DENNY, NICHOLAS L., Chestertown. 

DINSMORE, THOMAS M., 232 S. Patterson Pk. Ave., Baltimore. 

DORSEY, CHARLES. Hillsdale. 

DUKE, JOHN B., 1714 N. Fulton Ave., Baltimore. 

DURHAM, FRANK L., 1318 Fulton St., Baltimore. 

EDGETT, EUGENE ALBERT, 1206 Bolton St., Baltimore. 

EGERTON. STUART W., 1 E. Mt. Royal Ave., Baltimore. 

EISENBRANDT, FREDERICK HENRY, 2232 Mondewmin Ave.. 

Baltimore. 
EMERICH, IRA, 2434 Woodbrook Ave., Baltimore. 
ENGLAR. CLAYTON H., 80s Hamilton Terrace, Baltimore. 
ENGLISH, EUGENE BARCLAY, 25 Grafton St.. Chevy Chase. 
ENSOR, WILLIAM L., 3906 Groveland Ave., W.Arlington, Baltimore. 
EVANS, ZACCHEUS, 900 E. Preston St., Baltimore. 
FARRELL, JOHN W., 511 Arlington Ave., Baltimore. 
FENHAGEN, CHARLES D., Jr., c/o Baltimore Trust Co., Baltimore. 
FIERY, JOHN J., 414 W. Washington St., Hagerstown. 
FISHER, HARRY WILLIAM, 136 Jackson PI., Baltimore. 
FITZPATRICK, CHARLES M., 2419 N. Calvert St., Baltimore. 
FRIEND, OWEN, Friendsville. 
FRUSHOUR, GUY T.. Loys. 

GARDNER, HERBERT E., 3537 Old Frederick Rd., Baltimore. 
GARTSIDE, J. A., 103 Prospect Ave., Rollon Park. Baltimore. 
GINTLING, R. L., Mount Washington. 
GORDON, GEORGE, 100 Jackson PI., Baltimore. 
GREEN, CARL CARSHNER, R. F. D., Marion. 
HARMAN, STANLEY K., 2021 Eutaw PI., Baltimore. 
HARTER. JAMES P.. Jr., 48 Wayside Ave., Hagerstown. 
HEBRANK, CYRIL H., 1015 Aisquith St., Baltimore. 
HENDRICKSON, CARROLL H., Frederick. 
HIGGINS, DOUGLAS STEELE, 501 Linden Ave., Govans. 
HOFF, CHARLES WORTHINGTON, 1439 Mt. Royal Ave., Baltimore. 
HORLEBEIN. EDWIN W., 714 Dolphin St., Baltimore. 
HOWARD. DOWELL JENNINGS, Brookeville. 
HUBBARD, WILBUR ROSS, Wide Hall, Chestertown. 
HUGHES, THOMAS, Jr., 1018 Cathedral St., Baltimore. 
HUNTER, WILLIAM C, White Hall, Baltimore Co. 
JASPERSON, JOHN M., 1807 Braddish Ave.. Baltimore. 
KEATTING, THOMAS P., 2014 Atlantic Ave., Baltimore. 
KEEDY, RICHARD D., 178 Prospect St., Hagerstown. 
KEYSER, WILLIAM McH., 1201 N. Calvert St., Baltimore. 
KNOCK, HENRY LEROY, 47 S. Market St.. Frederick. 



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KRATZ, HERMAN. Jr., Ellicott City, Howard Co. 

KRAUK, ROGERS R., Colgate. 

LANGRALL, CHARLES A., 312 Oakdale Rd., Roland Parle, Baltimore. 

LEAVERTON, WILLIAM S., Chestertown, Kent Co. 

LEVY, STANLEY, 1717 N. Smallwood St., Baltimore. 

LITTLE, JAMES F.. Hagerstown. 

LOSER, PAUL, 1721 Appleton St., Baltimore. 

LOVE, ALBERT G., Riderwood, Baltimore. 

LOVE, ISAAC DEWEY, 18 Douglas Ave., Lonaconing. 

LYMAN, JOHN Q-. 432 Park Ave., Baltimore. 

McCABE, JOSHUA BURTON, Bishop. 

McGUIRE, THOMAS V.. Westernport. 

McHENRY, JAMES, Owings Mills, Baltimore Co. 

McLANE, ALLEN, Jr., Garrison. 

MAGRUDER. WARREN K., 616 Munsey Blvd., Baltimore. 

MAISCH, JOSEPH J.. 1006 E. Hoffman St., Baltimore. 

MARVURY. FENDALL, 159 W. Lanvale St., Baltimore. 

MEHRLING. W. D., 309 N. Market St., Frederick. 

MILLER, JAMES S., 533 Reynolds Ave., Hagerstown. 

MILLER, LUTHER B., 4210 Vermont Ave., Irvington, Baltimore. 

MITCHELL, JAMES A., Centerville. 

MONELL. HERNDON T., 6 Shepherd St.. Chevy Chase. 

MORROW, EDWARD C, 1648 Ruxton Ave., Baltimore. 

MURPHY. J. W., 3607 Clifton Ave.. Baltimore. 

MURRAY, SAMUEL S., Pikesville. 

NEESON. HENRY R., 1224 W. Lafayette Ave., Baltimore. 

NEWMAN, PARSONS, Frederick. 

NICOLAI, CHARLES C, 8 Englewood Rd., Roland Park, Baltimore. 

PILSCH. FRANK, Easton. 

POFFENBERGER, ALBERT C, R. F. D. No. 7. Hagerstown. 

POOLE, JESSE H., Sabillasville. 

PRESCOTT, EDWARD S., Rockville. 

REESIDE, JOHN B., Jr., Box 175. Hyattsville. 

RIVKIN. SAMPSON, 16 West Hill St., Baltimore. 

RUFF, SEYMOUR W., R. No. I, Roslyn. 

SCHENKEL, EDWARD C, Eden Terrace, Catonsville. 



SCHMIDT, PAUL, 4019 Hawthorne Ave., Forest Park, Baltimore. 

SHEEHAN, JOSEPH C, 1519 N. Carolina St., Baltimore. 

SHEPPARD, AZEL M., Stockton. 

SHREVE, CHARLES A. B., 211 Edgevale Rd., Roland Park, Baltimore. 

SHURE. GUY H., Darlington, Hartford Co. 

SMITH. EDMUND L. R., 719 Park Ave., Baltimore. 

STEELE, CHARLES H., 39 Franklin St., Annapolis. 

STEELE, FLETCHER F., 1524 S. Charles St., Baltimore. 

STEINER, MILLARD H., 1503 Eutaw PI., Baltimore. 

STEINMETZ, GEORGE WM., 1405 N. Collington Ave., Baltimore. 

STEVENS, ARTHUR R., 1040 Edmonson Ave., Baltimore. 

STEWART, JOHN, 600 Cathedral St., Baltimore. 

STOTT, ROBERT A., Taneytown. 

THOMAS, GEORGE, Seminole Ave., Catonsville, Baltimore. 

THOMPSON. HARRY C, Garrison. 

TOWNSEND, FRANCIS H., Jr., 1947 W. Mosher St., Baltimore. 

TOWNSEND, OSWALD K., Poplar Hill, Roland Park, Baltimore. 

TRACY, ATLEE V., Woodenburg, Baltimore Co. 

TRIMBLE, JAMES R., 143 E. North Ave., Apt. 3A, Baltimore. 

TURNER, MORRIS C, 2613 Maryland Ave., Baltimore. 

VEST, GEORGE G.. Centerville. 

WALBECK, JAMES M., Forest Hill. 

WALKER, WILLIAM F., Jr., 283s N. Calvert St., Baltimore. 

WATTS, THEODORE F., Principio Furnace. 

WHITE, JOHN G., Gun Road, Relay, Baltimore Co. 

WIGHT, JOSEPH DUNBAR, 1709 St. Paul St., Baltimore. 

WIGTON. WILLIAM, Jr., Pocomoke City. 

WILEY, WILLIAM R., 2404 Guilford Ave., Baltimore. 

WILLIAMS, FREDERICK FORD, Ruxton. 

WILLIAMSON, F. ROY, Oksley Road, Hill Top Park, Mt. Washington, 

Baltimore. 
WILSON, ROLAND BURGESS. 2424 Linden Ave., Baltimore. 
WORTHINGTON JOHN D., Bel Air. 
WRIGHT, FREDERICK W., Forest Glen. 
YEARLEY. EDWIN G., 1823 N. Broadway, Baltimore. 
YINGLING, CHARLES H, Westminster. 



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ABBOT, EDWARD M., Main St., Westford. 

ADAMS, WALTER L., Jr.. 100 Congress St.. Milford. 

ALDEN. ROYSTON ELTON, 52 Kendall Ave.. Springfield. 

ALLEN, FRED T., 1 Cordan St., Adams. 

AMBROSE, ALBERT J., is Nelson St., Springfield. 

ANDERSON, A. L., Worcester. 

ANDERSON, GEORGE VAIR. 505 Centre St.. Milton. 

ANDREW. F. W., 367 Allen St., Springfield. 

ANDREWS, HERBERT C, 43 Burnham St., Waverly. 

ARNOLD, PRESTON F., Touisset. 

ASTORIAN, ALEXANDER, 189 Mass. Ave., Boston. 

ATKINSON, HAROLD E., 290 Eastern Ave., East Lynn. 

ATWOOD, JOEL C. 10 Everett St., Maiden. 

BACHER, EDWARD L„ Gilbertville. 

BAGG, JOHN L., 89 Lexington Ave., Holyoke. 



BAILEY, HOWARD E., North Scituate. 

BAKER, EBEN HAYWARD, 38s Concord Ave., Cambridge. 
BALLIETT, FARGO, 133 Bigelow Rd., West Newton. 
BALLOU, JOHN L., 76 Winthrop St., Medford Hillside. 
BANKS, RENE P., is Waverly St., Brookline. 
BARKER. WINTHROP D., 140 School St., Somerville. 
BARNICLE, JOHN F., 29 Lawrence St., Fitchburg. 
BARRON, ABRAHAM, 38 Fairmont St., Cambridge. 
BARRY, HENRY F., 97 Quincy St., Roxbury. 
BAXTER, CHAUNCEY B., 19 Webster Sq., Hyde Park. 
BEACH, GEORGE L., N. B. High School, New Bedford. 
BELL, ALFRED W., Jr., 57 Erie Ave., Newton Highlands. 
BELL, HOWARD W., 64 Salem St., Andover. 
BELLEGARDE, LEON A., 1358 Middlesex St., Lowell. 
BEMIS, RAYMOND G., 156 Babcock St., Brookline. 



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BENSON, GEORGE E„ 46 Washington Sq.. Salem. 

BENSON, HARRY S.. 769 East St., Dedham. 

BERUBE, VICTOR A., 62 Market St., Northampton. 

BEROWITZ, STEVEN ROSS, Hotel Beaoonsfield, Brookline. 

BIGELOW, I. H., 27 Everett Ave., Norwood. 

BLODGETT, MALCOLM, Woburn. 

BOGART, JOHN D., 683 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre. 

BOGGS, G. R. J., 85 Devonshire St., Boston. 

BOLAND, HENRY MICHAEL, 68 Grand View Ave., Worcester. 

BOLOWICZ, FELIX WIER, 2 Nesbitt St., Lakesville, Plymouth. 

BOLTON, WILLIAM R., 353 Brookline St., Cambridge. 

BORDEN, ROBERT R., 1260 Robeson St., Fall River. 

BOSNIAN, LUTHER HAGOP, 80 Magee St., Cambridge. 

BOWLER, FRANCIS RAPHAEL, 4 Sampson St., Spencer. 

BRACKETT, WILLIAM E., 452 Mystic St., West Medford. 

BRADLEY, CHARLES C, 7 Cummings St., Woburn. 

BRANDT, CARL G., 12 Blackwood St., Suit No. 7, Boston. 

BREED, ALLAN W., 9 Kensington Park, Lynn. 

BREED, WILLIAM MITCHELL, 952 Beacon St., Newton Centre. 

BRESNAHAN, THOMAS W., 28 Bright St.. Northampton. 

BROWN. CHESTER W., S3 State St., Boston. 

BROWN, RAYMOND P., 34 Danvers St., Swampscott. 

BROWNE. ARTHUR S., 276 Howard St., Cambridge. 

BRUNER, MEYLERT, Jr., 206 Waverly Ave., Newton. 

BRYANT, EVERETT C. 91 Green Hill Parkway, Worcester. 

BUCHANAN, GEORGE D., 16 Fairmont Ave., Cambridge. 

BULLARD, FREDERICK K., 144 Bradstreet Ave., Revere. 

BURNHAM, BRAINERD C, South Essex. 

BURT, RAY A., 349 State St., Springfield. 

BUSH, SAMUEL D„ Great Plains Ave., Needham. 

BUTLER. L. W., 28 Manchester Rd.. Brookline. 

BUTMAN, F. C, 82 Myrtle Ave., Fitchburg. 

BUXTON, RAY P.. R. F. D. No. I. Amesbury. 

BYERS, GEORGE E.. North Andover. 

CABOT, PAUL GODMAN, Heath St., Brookline. 

CALLAHAN, JOSEPH M., 97 Vernon Ave., Norwood. 

CALLANAN, JOHN E., 71 Stanley St., Dorchester. 

CAMPBELL, GILBERT M., 127 Euclid Ave., Springfield. 

CANLETT, FRANKLIN H., South Road, Bedford. 

CAOUETTE, ERNEST C, 21 Clarendon St., Fitchburg. 

CAREY, GEORGE L., 72s Prospect St., Worcester. 

CARLEY, ELWOOD M., 51 Jefferson St., Newton. 

CARLSON, CHARLES R., 19 Spaulding St., Dorchester. 

CARROLL, ALBERT JASPER, 116 Elm St., Greenfield. 

CARROLL, FRANCIS B.. Gen. Del.. South Weymouth. 

CASHEN, JOHN S., 58 McLellan St.. Dorchester. 

CASSIDY, JOHN E., 6 Carmel St., Boston. 

CATTERALL, RALPH T., 89 Mt. Vernon St., Boston. 

CATTON, PERCY, 6 Cudworth St.. Medford. 

CHAMBERLAIN, ELI L., 82 Fayette St., East Lynn. 

CHAPIN, CLARENCE ARDELL, 219 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut 

Hill. 
CHAPMAN, JOHN A., II Northey St., Salem. 
CHENEY, HORACE B., Jr., 78 Forrest St., South Manchester. 



CHESTER, ALDEN P., 19 Holmes St., Maiden. 

CHRISTENSEN, HERBERT JAMES, 119 Harvard St., Brockton. 

CHURCH. JAMES SCOTT, 41 Kirkland St.. Cambridge. 

CHURCHILL, WALTER P.. 38 South St., Bridgewater. 

CIBLEY, N. L., 22 Rose St., Boston. 

CLARK, BRADFORD J., 161 Bay State Road, Boston. 

CLARK, FREDERICK H., 252 Oak St., Holyoke. 

CLARK, JESSE R., 68 Chestnut St., Boston. 

CLARK, LEONARD WILLIAM, 122 Bowler St., Lynn. 

COBB, ROBERT CODMAN, R. F. D., Littleton. 

CODMAN, JOHN, 58 W. Cedar St., Boston. 

COFFEY, FRANCIS J., 30 May St., Worcester. 

COLE, RICHARD B., 20 Somerset Rd., West Newton. 

COLEMAN, EDWARD JAMES, Montvale Rd., Wellesley Farms. 

COLSON, HAROLD E., 27 School St., Salem. 

COLTON, EDWIN F., 25 Red Rock St., Lynn. 

COMBES, LEWIS S., 285 Main St., Amesbury. 

CONLEY, GEORGE L., 151 Branch St.. Lowell. 

CONNELL, WILLIAM E., 83 Ash St., Fall River. 

CONNER, ROY G., 33 Francis St., Waltham. 

CONWAY, JAMES FRANCIS, 127 Exchange St.. Rockland. 

COOK, WALKER LAWRENCE, 96 East St., Clinton. 

COOKE, PHILIP N., 4 Harlow St., Worcester. 

COOLIDGE, FRANK P., 11 Sudbury Rd., Concord. 

COOLIDGE, J. GARDNER, 10 West Hill Place. Boston. 

COOMBS, A. S., 73 Harvard Ave., Alston, Boston. 

COOMBS. RICHARD HORACE, 261 Crescent St., Waltham. 

COSTELLO, THOMAS H.. 27 Telegraph St., South Boston. 

COWDEN, MERLE C, Gen. Del., New Bedford. 

COWEN, RAWSON R.. 19 Agassiz St., Cambridge. 

COYNE, HARRY J., 60 Holworthy St., Cambridge. 

CRAM, RALPH W., 40 Hancock St., Melrose. 

CRANE, FREDERICK G., Jr., Dalton. 

CRAWFORD, SIDNEY CALDWELL, 18 Schofield Ave., Webster. 

CREGG, HUGH A., Bay State Bldg., Lawrence. 

CRITCH, GEORGE W., 21 Taft St.. Dorchester. 

CROMACK, EARL AUGUSTUS, Shelburne. 

CRONIN, DENNIS M., 18 Nonantum Place, Newton. 

CROSS, CYRIL FERDINAND, Meadow St., Agawam. 

CROSSMAN, KENNETH WARD, Central St., Berlin. 

CROWELL, FREEMAN S.. 346 North St., Pittsfield. 

CULLEN, JOHN A., 94 Josephine Ave., Somerville. 

CUMMINGS, JOHN J., 22 Inwood St.. Boston, Dorchester Dist. 

CUNNINGHAM. EDMUND P., Sports Dept.. Herald Journal. Boston. 

CURRAN. MAURICE J„ Jr., No. Main St.. Andover. 

CURRAN, WILLIAM J., 72 Tuttle St., Dorchester. 

CURRAN. WILLIAM HAMILTON, 89 Pleasant St.. Holyoke. 

CURTIS, HERMAN N., Ashburnham. 

CUSHMAN. NORMAN LOCKE. 7 Ridgefield Rd.. Winchester. 

DALRYMPLE. ANDREW C. 67 Eustis St., Revere. 

DALY. JOHN D., 22 Andrew St.. Salem. 

DAVIDSON, JOHN P.. North Billerica. 

DAVIES. JOHN F., 21 East Carver Rd.. Watertown. 

DAVIS, FRANK L., 99 Brookline St., Worcester. 



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DAVIS, GEORGE H., 99 Brookline St., Worcester. 

DAVIS, JASPER W., Sunnycrest Ave., Beverly. 

DAVIS, MALCOLM C. 359 Main St., Reading. 

DAWSON, WILLIAM, 36 Gage St., Methuen. 

DAY, RAYMOND A., 127 Dakota St., Dorchester. 

DEAN, HENRY DANFORTH, 7S Charles St., Fitchburg. 

DeGROOT, SAMUEL, 52 Larchmont St., Dorchester. 

DELANEY, EVERETT L., 85 Monument Ave., Swampscott. 

DELEHANTY, ALFONSE J., N. South St.. Southbridge. 

DeMERRITT, FRANKLIN, n Olney St., Watertown. 

DEMOND, HAROLD EDWARD, m Snow St., Fitchburg. 

DEMPSEY, D. J., Millbury. 

DEMPSEY, GEORGE A., 3 Atherton St., Natick. 

DENNISON, PERCY L., 44 Wilbur St., Lowell. 

DERBY, FRANCIS HUNTER HOWE, 12 Peacevale Ave., Dorchester. 

D'ESTE, J. L., 62 Beacon St., Boston. 

DIBBLE, RUFUS WELLS, 28 Chestnut St., Boston. 

DILL, MALCOLM H., 53 Dunster St., Cambridge. 

DODGE, ISRAEL R., ir Atlantic Ave., Beverly. 

DONOHUE, DAVID J., Groton. 

DONOHUE, FRED J., 211 Highland Ave., Winchester. 

DONOHUE, JOSEPH J., 541 Tremont Bldg., Boston. 

DONOHUE, TIMOTHY FRANCIS, 3 Circuit Ave., Lynn. 

DOYLE, HENRY E., Fiskdale. 

DOYLE, JAMES WEBSTER, Sherman St.. Foxboro. 

DRAPER, BENJAMIN, Hopedale. 

DRURY, PERCIVAL P., 56 Wachusett St., Worcester. 

DUFFETT, SIMEON 0., 215 Concord St., Framingham. 

DUGAN, PETER FRANCIS, 49 Green St., Newburyport. 

DUNCAN, NORMAN L., 14 Court St., Woburn. 

DUNHAM, M. A., 5 Batavia St., Boston. 

DUNKLEY. WILLIAM A., 316 Huntington Ave., Boston. 

DUNN, ALEXANDER GERARD, 24 Crandall St., Roslindale. 

DUPRE, LEW A., c/o P. M. Lafleur, 23 Pearl St., Chicopee. 

DURANT, HAROLD J., 75 High St., Brockton. 

DURKEE, LESLIE E., 12 Devon Ave., North Beverly. 

EAGER, GORDON PAIGE, 228 Church St., Marlboro. 

EARLE, WILLIAM E., 20 Maple Ave., Newton. 

EATON, FREDERICK W., 60 Federal St., Boston. 

EATON, SHERBURNE, 19 Ware St., Cambridge. 

EDGERLY, ARNAULT B., 103 Hemenway St., Boston. 

EDGERTON, ALMON M., R. F. D. Wyben, Westfield. 

ELIOT, CHARLES WILLIAM, 2D., 25 Reservoir St., Cambridge. 

ELLIS, CLARENCE MEREDITH, 49 Chester St., Watertown. 

ELLIS, W. V., 60 Congress St., Boston. 

EMERSON, WILLIAM HENRY, 131 Addison St., East Boston. 

EMERY, GEORGE CHASE, 25 South St., Waltham. 

ENHOLM, WALDO A., 2054 Beacon St., Newton Lower Falls. 

EPPLER, GEORGE W., 40 Central St., Turner Falls. 

ERNST, FREDERICK S.. 34 Harrington St., Newtonville. 

ESTEN, PAUL A., 195 Walnut St., Stoughton. 

EVANS, HAROLD R., 92 Dunster Rd., Jamaica Plain. 

FAHRNEY, PAUL C, 6 Summer Road, Cambridge. 

FAIRBANKS, PHILIP G., 26 Atlantic St., Fitchburg. 



FARLEY, ARTHUR F., Auburndale. 

FARLEY, JAMES EDWARD, 7 State St., Peabody. 

FERGUSON, D. G., 15 Beacon St., Boston. 

FINKEL. J. WOLFE. 10 Seaver St., Roxbury, Boston. 

FITZGERALD, EDWARD, 157 Bowdoin St., Springfield. 

FITZSIMMONS, R. R., 214 Elm St., Holyoke. 

FORAND, ROMEO ARMEND, 340 Bowditch St., New Bedford. 

FORS, ERIC H., Sunderland Rd., Worcester. 

FORTIN, ADELAID J., 43 Plymouth St., Lowell. 

FOSTER, LAWRENCE, 48 The Fenway, Boston. 

FOSTER, ROBERT P., 184 Chelsea St., Charlestown. 

FOSTER, STANLEY A., 254 Foster St., Lowell. 

FRANCHERE, HARRY B., 61 Hall St., North Adams. 

FRENCH, GLENDON EVERETT, 103 Woodland Ave., Gardner. 

FULLER, CLARENCE CHISHOLM, Main St., Foxboro. 

FULLER, FORD P., 1320 Live Oak St., Newtonville. 

FULLER, WILLIAM EDDY, 745 Highland Ave., Fall River. 

GALANOS, GEORGE, 51 Myrtle St., Worcester. 

GALE, HAROLD P.. 321 Main St., Amesbury. 

GALVIN, DANIEL J., 16 Maplewood Ave., Gloucester. 

GARDNER. G. H., North Marshfield. 

GARDNER, KARL D., 379 Linden St., Fall River. 

GAYNOR, CARLTON S., 158 Drury Ave., Athol. 

GERRISH, HENRY K., South Manchester. 

GERRISH, KENNETH B., 2000 Clifton St., Maiden. 

GILBRIDE, JAMES HENRY, 9 Prospect St., Lowell. 

GILLET, JOSEPH E., 889 Watertown St., West Newton. 

GLEASON. GILBERT H., 141 Milk St., Boston. 

GOLDSTEIN, HARRY P., 17 Front St., Salem. 

GOODREAU, EDMUND J., 166 Water St., Haverhill. 

GORDON, WESLEY A., Scollay Bldg., Boston. 

GOSS, DONALD C, 39 Deer Cove. Lynn. 

GRACE, ROBERT ELWIN, 109 Monument St., Milford. 

GRANT, ALEXANDER G., 31 Mass. Ave.. Boston. 

GRAVES, MERLE D., Springfield. 

GRAYSON, EMORY E., 14 Elm St.. Milford. 

GREENE, JOHN C, 89 Ahorn St., Peabody. 

GREENLEAF, H. E. H., 165 Franklin St., Fall River. 

GRIDLEY, RALPH W., 179 Highland Ave., Somerville. 

GRUENER, LEOPOLD, 133 Park St., Newton. 

HAGGERTY, JOHN F., Bennett St., East Pepperell. 

HAIRE, DANIEL A., 66 Dewey St.. Worcester. 

HALL, EDWARD R., 7 Gould St., Wollaston. 

HALL, EDWIN TILLOTSON, 408 Sears Bldg., Boston. 

HAMLIN, KENNETH H.. 7 Chestnut St., Whitinsville. 

HANNIGAN, JOHN BARNARD, 4 Stoneland Rd., Worcester. 

HANSEN, RALPH. 38 School St., Cambridge. 

HARDING, LOUIS B., 279 Hammond St., Chestnut Hill. 

HARMON, FRANK I., 250 High St., Lowell. 

HARMON, WILLIAM M., 30 Federal St., Boston. 

HARRINGTON, EUGENE S., 57 Orchard St., Jamaica Plain. 

HARTIGAN, EDWARD, 151 Federal St., Salem. 

HARTRICK, GEORGE A., 31 Bennington St., East Boston. 

HARTWELL, HAROLD H., Worcester. 



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HASELTINE, EDWARD A., 14 Grand St., Haverhill. 

HASKELL, LOUIS WILLIAM, 6 Lawler St., Holyoke. 

HASKELL, ROBERT RANDALL, 9 Arlington St., Lynn. 

HASTINGS, RICHARD S., Hinckley Rd., Milton. 

HAVILAND, WILLIAM A., Ludlow. 

HAWKE, WILLIAM EMERY, 31 Holyoke St., Maiden. 

HAWKINS, CRAWFORD F., 308 Bay St., Springfield. 

HAWKS, WILLIAM A., 19 Holbrook St., North Adams. 

HAYDOCK, ROBERT, 277 Clarendon St., Boston. 

HAYES, ROSCOE A., High St., Pepperell. 

HEALY, FRANCIS AUGUSTINE, 10 Myrtle St., Boston. 

HEATH, REGINALD C, Heath Hill, Brookline. 

HELRICH, CARL S., 139 Bucknam St., Everett. 

HENDRICKS, JOHN H., c/o Mrs. A. H. Scott, Arch St., Dedham. 

HENNESSEY, WILLIAM F„ 25 Waldeck St., Dorchester. 

HENRICH, KARL R., 34 Forest Ave., Greenfield. 

HERBERT, ROWLAND, 17 Auburn St., Maiden. 

HERMAN, EDWARD P., 1 Exeter St., Boston. 

HERSUM, LEROY MAXWELL, 1753 Mass. Ave.. Cambridge. 

HIGGINS, JOHN S., 68 Church St., Winchester. 

HILL, CHARLES A., Jr., 41 Ashmont St., Dorchester Center, Boston. 

HILLES, WILLIAM T., 131 Maynard St., Springfield. 

HOAR, SAMUEL, Concord. 

HOGARTY, DANIEL AUSTIN, 94 Belvidere St., Boston. 

HOLLAND, JOHN D., 55 Kendall St., Worcester. 

HOLMES, CHARLES G., 381 Pine St., Fall River. 

HOLMES, C. W., 37 River St., Cambridge. 

HOLMES, WALKER B., 66 Stanley St., Dorchester. 

HOLT, STANLEY NORRIS, 17 Annabell St., Dorchester. 

HOOKE, ROBERT G., 8 Bruce St., Dorchester. 

HOUSTON, LISTON A., Broadway, Hanover. 

HOWE, ARTHUR R., 93 Vernon St., Waltham. 

HOWE, EDWARD J., 2D., 401 Quincy St., Dorchester. 

HOYE, VINCENT C, 75 Stedman St., Brookline. 

HUBBARD. WILLIAM H., 207 Elm St., Holyoke. 

HUCKINS, WARREN I., Highland St., Sharon. 

HUGHES, JOHN DAVID, 124 Endicott St., Worcester. 

HUGHES, LEON D., 10 Winthrop St., Winchester. 

HULL, JOSEPH W., Starkville. 

HUNT, NICHOLAS P., 151 Spring St., Winchendon. 

HURD, WILLIAM M., Pemberton Bldg., Boston. 

HUSK, FREDERICK R., 166 Pilgrim Rd., Boston. 

JACKSON, CHARLES, 77 Marlboro St., Boston. 

JACOB, FRANCIS W., 15 Highland St., Amesbury. 

JOHNSON, BENJAMIN A., 34 Dexter Ave., Pittsfield. 

JOHNSON, HJALMAR E., 19 John St., Worcester. 

JOHNSON, ROBERT, 5 Warren Ave., Woburn. 

JOLIAT, LEE FRANCIS, 1058 S. Arch Ave.. Alliance. 

JONES, HENRY C, 60 Greenough St., Brookline. 

JONES, JOHN C, Jr., 53 State St., Boston. 

KARLSON, H. P., 114 Pleasant St., Orange. 

KAY, PAUL D., 11 Nelson St., Framingham. 

KEEFE, THOMAS F., Spring St.. Millis. 

KEEGAM, FRANK C, 13 Maple St., Turners Falls. 



KEITH, RICHARD LONG, 18 Kenilworth Rd., Worcester. 

KELLETT, VERNON B., 171 Dutcher St., Hopedale. 

KELLEY, FRANK A., 39 Ballard St., Boston. 

KELLY, HENRY MORRIS, 20 Sagamore St., Lynn. 

KELLY, LUKE L.. 30 Boylston St., Jamaica Plain. 

KELSEY, EDMUND D., Belchertown Rd., Amherst. 

KELTIE, GEORGE RAYMOND, 89 Davis St., Greenfield. 

KENNEDY, WILLIAM H. J., 49 Woodbine St., Roxbury. 

KENYON, WALLACE W., 242 S. Wash. St., North Attleboro. 

KIDDER, M. S., 80 Pleasant St., Orange. 

KING, EDWIN A., 44 Marblehead St., North Andover. 

KING, JOHN S., 15 W. Main St., Webster. 

KING, LOUIS B., 30 State St., Boston. 

KING, ROBERT B., 107 Elm Hill Ave., Grove Hall. 

KIRBY, JOHN J., 608 Franklin St., Cambridge. 

KNOLL, GEORGE J., Jr., 85 Princeton St., Springfield. 

KNOWLES, ROBERT T., 57 Upland Rd., Brookline. 

KOTT, TIMOTHY J., 8 Woodland St., Worcester. 

LAHIFF, THOMAS J„ 66 Fayette St.. Cambridge. 

LANE, ROBERT, South Ave., Weston. 

LANGE, HERBERT F., 53 Eastern Ave., Springfield. 

LANGILL, FRANK H., la Ivy St., Suite 2, Boston. 

LARSON, FREDERICK C, 55 Tremont St., Everett. 

LAWLOR, JAMES C, 103 Charles St., Boston. 

LAWRENCE, FREDERICK G., 122 Commonwealth Ave., Boston. 

LAWSON, THEODORE W., 296 Washington St., Winchester. 

LEARY, ALBERT DANIEL, 31 Court St., Medford. 

LEARY, PAUL E., 83 Aushnet Ave., Springfield. 

LEAVITT, GEORGE E., 48 Pleasant St., Newburyport. 

LEAVITT, HAROLD I., 156 Methuen St., Lowell. 

LEE, E. N., 62 Summer St., New Bedford. 

LELAND, WARREN B., 237 Bay St., Springfield. 

LEONARD, ARTHUR H., Jr., 20 Sylvan Ave., West Newton. 

LEVIN, ABRAHAM, Richmond Rd., Pittsfield. 

LEWIS, GUY R., 47 Henry Ave., Melrose Highlands. 

LIDDELL, WILLIAM A., 23 S. Canton St., Lowell. 

LINNEHAN, JAMES M., 12 Fulda St., Boston. 

LLOYD, DEMAREST, 53 State St., Boston. 

LONG, WILLIAM B., 6 W. Cedar St., Boston. 

LORD, GEORGE E., 86 Washington St., Taunton. 

LORD, HARRY HOLMES, 28 Wilson Ave., Maiden. 

LOWES, JOHN WILBUR, 983 Charles River Rd., Cambridge. 

LUBINSKY. FRANK, 338 Bedford St., Fall River. 

LUTHER, CHARLES F., 64 Canton Ave., Milton. 

LYNCH, CORNELIUS E., 73 Hinckley St., Somerville. 

LYNCH, MARTIN J., 59 School St., Marlboro. 

McCANDLISH, RANDOLPH W., 8 W. St., Northampton. 

MCCARTHY. ANDREW H., 47 Quincy St., Boston. 

MCCARTHY, DANIEL J., 17 Mt. Vernon St., Brighton. 

MCCARTHY. FRANK J.. 56 Piedmont St., Boston. 

MCCARTHY, JEREMIAH J., 198 Rindge Ave., Cambridge. 

McCORD, DAVID T., n Story St., Cambridge. 

McCORMICK. BERNARD J.. Stoughton. 

McDERMOTT. ALBERT I., n Glade Ave., Jamaica Plain. 



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McDonnell, Bernard jr., 177— 7th St., South Boston. 

McDONOUGH, JOHN VINCENT, 67 Franklin St., Watertown. 

McELWAIN, DONALD MERRIAM, c/o P. S. Converse, Westwood. 

McGILL, FRANCIS J., 16 Corona St., Dorchester. 

McGRATH, JOHN E., 9 Chapman Ave., Easthampton. 

McKAY, HAROLD A.. 54 W. Main St., Georgetown. 

McKECHNIE, DONALD, Sharon. 

McKENNA, JOHN, 59 Pleasant St.. Leicester. 

McKEOGH, WILLIAM R., 31 Glenwood St., Gardner. 

McKONE, WELDON P., 48 Magoun Ave., Medford. 

McMANUS, FRANCIS RUSSELL, 5 Victoria St., Dorchester. 

McMURRER, JAMES FRANCIS, si— 14th Ave., Haverhill. 

MacDONALD, ISAAC MURRAY, 29 Boston Ave., West Medford. 

MacLEAN, KENNETH L., 30 Fair-view Ave., Arlington. 

MAHONEY, DANIEL L., 49 Jackson Rd., Newton. 

MAHR, FREDERICK W., 31 Elinore St., Arlington Heights. 

MANNING, FREDERICK J., 29 Charles St., Braintree. 

MARANISS, HERMAN SPERGEL, 70 Kingsdale St., Dorchester. 

MARCUS, DANIEL, 219 Hamilton St., Dorchester. 

MARKS, CHARLES L., 176— 1st St., Fitchburg. 

MARSHALL. DANIEL J., 390 Main St., Worcester. 

MASON, RALPH C. in Cole Ave., Williamstown. 

MATHEWS, EDWARD E., 40 Kirkland St., Cambridge. 

MATTHEWS, ARTHUR F., 35 Friend St. Place, Lynn. 

MATTOON, CHARLES GORDON. 536 South St., Pittsfield. 

MEADER, RAYMON F., 6 Humboldt Ave., Worcester. 

MECHEN, ELMER E., 114 Bartlett St., Charlestown. 

MELLIN, CARL F., 55 Cleveland St., Arlington. 

MELLOR, HUGH, 125 Bridge St., Newton. 

MERRIAM, JOHN W., 79 Whitman St., Whitman. 

MERRILL, ROGER, 16 Tremlett St., Boston. 

MICHELINI, ARTHUR, 61 Washington St., Reading. 

MILLER, ALDEN WILLIAMS, 16 Chestnut St., Medford. 

MILLER, ALFRED R., 28 Park St., Lawrence. 

MILLER, WILLIAM H„ n Hebron St., Springfield. 

MOBERG, ELDON S., Brockton. 

MOONEY, RICHARD A., 15 Ormond St., Worcester. 

MOORE, F. J. L., 121 Felkway St., Medford. 

MORAN, FREDERICK EARNEST, 40 Spring St., Maiden. 

MORTON, THEODORE H., 23 Pearl St., Newton. 

MOWRY, PERRY R., Prospect St., Millbury. 

MULCAHY, WILLIAM T., 253 Main St., Woburn. 

MURCHIE, JAMES, in Hayden St., Orange. 

MURDOCK, ARTHUR W.. West Boylston. 

MURPHY, CHARLES F., 28 Harbor View St., Dorchester. 

MURPHY, EDWARD M., 32 Lebanon St., Springfield. 

MURRAY, LEONARD E., 74 Euclid Ave., Springfield. 

NAGLE, ARTHUR R., 83 Kirkstall Rd., Newtonville. 

NANGLE, EDWARD J., 108 Longwood Ave., Brookline. 

NANNERY, J. J., 462 Linden St., Fall River. 

NASH, FORREST S., 213 Harvard St., Cambridge. 

NASON, EVAN A., 63 W. Main St., Ware. 

NELSON, HILMER SVEN, 97 Walworth St., Roslindale, Boston. 

NEWELL, RAYMOND, 44 Taylor St., Maiden. 



NICHOLS, CHARLES L., Jr., 507 Main St., Worcester. 

NOBLE, EARLE B., 84 Dartmouth St., Springfield. 

NOBLE, ROY W., 96 Tonowanda St., Dorchester. 

NORTON, CARL JEROME, 279 Main St., Northampton. 

NOYES, FRANK I., 35 Lawrence St., Haverhill. 

NUTTING, GERRY BRADLEY, Townsend St., PeppereU. 

NYE, ALFRED F., 84 Green St., Fairhaven. 

O'BRIEN, J. H., 327 Chestnut St., Clinton. 

O'CONNELL, FRANCIS JOHN, 618 Boston St., Lynn. 

O'CONNELL, JOHN F., 564 Milbury St., Worcester. 

O'DOHERTY, CONSTANTINE, 103 Garfield Ave., Woburn. 

O'DONNELL, JAMES F., 74 Pearl St., Holyoke. 

O'DONNELL, TERRANCE CHARLES, 45 Brown Ave., Holyoke. 

O'DOWD, HARRY D., 8 St. Paul St., Cambridge. 

O'LEARY, ARTHUR J., 68 Johnson St., Springfield. 

O'NEILL, EDWARD P., 666 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls. 

O'SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY J., 35 Washington Ave., Andover. 

OERTEL, JOHN P., South Hadley Falls. 

OGDEN, CHARLES F., 189 Boston Rd., Springfield. 

OLESON, CHARLES W., 23 Symonds St., Salem. 

OWEN, FREDERICK E., 28 Holt St., Waverley. 

PACKARD, FREDERICK CLIFTON, Jr., 10 Tappan St., Roslindale, 

Boston. 
PAINE, FRANK CABOT, Weston. 
PALMER, GRANT M., Jr., Pigeonhill Rd., Weston. 
PARK, JOHN R., 2 Maple Rd., Winchester. 
PARKE, ROBERT W., 435 Central St., Winchendon. 
PARRY, AUGUSTUS N., Jr., 106 Friend St., Amesbury. 
PATTON, R. K., 147 Milk St., Boston. 
PELLETIER, J. F., 95 Ocean Ave., Salem. 
PERCY, LEROY C, 60 Coolidge St., Brookline. 
PERRY, WINTHROP L., in Porter St., Maiden. 
PETERSON, ROBERT A., 5 Bleeker St., Worcester. 
PETTINGELL, RALPH D., 62 School St., Dedham. 
PHILBRICK, WILLIAM E., 71 Ashland St., Taunton. 
PHILLIPS, FREDERICK WALTER, 118 Broad St., Weymouth. 
PICKARD, PERCY W., 33 Bartlett Crescent, Brookline. 
PLUMBER, WILLIAM BECKLEY, 992 Beacon "St., Newton Centre. 
POPE, HARRISON R„ 312 Cabot St., Beverly. 
PORTER, CHESTER A., 16 Norwood St., Winchester. 
POWERS, JOHN D., 637 Durfee St., Fall River. 
POWERS, LEON F., Millers Falls. 
POWERS. LEO V., 41 Bigelow St.. Quincy. 
PRATT, DUDLEY, 30 Lakeville PI., Jamiaca Plain. 
PRESCOTT, GLENN C, 23 Webster St., Haverhill. 
PROUTY, PHILLIP H., Spring St., Shrewsbury. 
PUTNAM, AUGUSTUS LOWELL, Colchester Ave., Manchester. 
PUTNAM, G. O., c/o A. M. Creighton, Lynn. 
PUTNAM, HAROLD M., 36 Marlborough St., Lowell. 
QUIGLEY, THOMAS HENRY, 26 Hodges Ave., Taunton. 
RANSFORD, CARROLL FRANK, 13 Thomas St., Williamstown. 
RAY, ARTHUR F., 24 Eaton Ave., Woburn. 
RAYMOND, JONATHAN S., Eastern Pt., Gloucester. 
RAYMOND, SHEPARD A., Harwich. 



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READY, LEO P., 73 Leister St., Brighton. 

REED, CLIFFORD S., 29 — 3d St., Onset. 

REES, ALFRED B., 287 Washington St., Newton. 

REGAN, HAROLD J., High St., Somerset. 

REILLY, JAMES C, 18 Wentworth Ave., Lowell. 

REILLY, JOHN A., 713 Walnut St., Fall River. 

REYNOLDS, MARION H., Harvard Club, Boston. 

RICH, ARNOLD F., Barre. 

RICHARDSON, ALLEN H.. 129 Union St., Franklin. 

RICHARDSON, EDGAR B., 13 Belmont Ave., Brockton. 

RICHTER, HENRY O., 465 Water St., Clinton. 

RILEY, MELVILLE S., 1051 Great Plain Ave., Needham. 

ROBBINS, ELLIOTT B., 105 Colchester St., Brookline. 

ROBERTS, GEORGE ADDISON, 33 John St., Chelsea. 

ROBIE, CARROLL H., Pine Terrace, Baldwinsville. 

ROBINSON, ALFRED EUGENE, Hinsdale. 

ROBINSON. F., Roslindale, Boston. 

ROCKWELL, GEORGE H., 71 Crowninshield Rd., Brookline. 

ROGERS, JOSEPH LAWRENCE, 21 Pleasant St., Worcester. 

ROSS, JOSEPH M., 52 Clarendon St., Springfield. 

ROWEN, PAUL R., 30 Bennett St., Brighton. 

ROYAL, ELLERY E., Harvard. 

RUDD, HENRY W. D., n Story St., Cambridge. 

RUGG, CLARENCE D., so Union St., Greenfield. 

RUSSELL, L. J., 70 Alderman St., Springfield. 

RUSSELL, WARREN K., 13 Allston St., Dorchester. 

RUTTER, JOHN ELLIOT, 93 Russell St., Waltham. 

RYAN, DENNIS F., 390 Washington St., Cambridge. 

RYAN, TIMOTHY G., 10 E. Green St., Gardner. 

SAEGER. GEORGE D., 229 South St., Pittsfield. 

SAMPLE, DIRRELL D., S90 Mass. Ave., Lexington. 

SAMPSON, HOWARD GALLAMORE, 403 Main St., South Hanson. 

SANBORN, DANA C, 560 Union St., New Bedford. 

SANDELL, HARRY N., 156 Savin Hill, Dorchester. 

SARTI, EDWARD EMILIO, 1125 Commonwealth Ave., Boston. 

SAWYER, HOWELL T., 43 Oread St., Worcester. 

SCHAPPLER, RUDOLPH C, 1443 Robinson Ave., Springfield. 

SEAGER, DAVID COLLINS, 2D, 29 Dighton St., Brighton. 

SEARS, CHARLES M., Jr., Lenox. 

SEAVEY. RAYMOND D., 6 Jaques Ave., Worcester. 

SEWELL, JAMES R., 38 Fremont St., Lawrence. 

SHAUGHNESSY, EDWARD JOSEPH, Pleasant St., Ashland. 

SHAW, FRANK A., 70 Blossom St., Leominster. 

SHAW, QUINCY W., n Exeter St., Boston. 

SHEA, JAMES J., 140H Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge. 

SHEA, JOHN FRANCIS, Somerville. 

SHEDDEN, ROBERT F., 78 Plainfield St., Waban. 

SHELDON, KENNETH S., West Boylston. 

SHERINGAN. DONALD, Amherst. 

SHUMWAY, WILLIAM E., 6 Flag St., Worcester. 

SIBLEY, WALCOTT E., Gen. Del., Wellesley. 

SIMMONS, W. B., P. O. Box 74, Great Barrington. 

SIMONS, SELIG, 157 Homestead St., Roxbury. 

SINNOTT, WILLIAM JOSEPH, 123 Brooklyn St., Worcester. 



SISK, JOSEPH W., 11 New Ocean St., Lynn. 

SKINNER, RICHMOND HASTINGS, 7 Evendale Terrace, Dor- 
chester, 
SLATTERY, ROBERT B., 4s Dunster Rd., Jamaica Plain. 
SMALL, CARL M., R. F. D. No. 2, Haverhill. 
SMITH, ALBERT J., 117 Prospect St., Somerville. 
SMITH, F. T., 1466 Dwight St., Holyoke. 
SMITH, GEORGE, 29s Boutelle St., Fitchburg. 
SMITH, JOHN VERITY, 7 Brookfield St., Roslindale. 
SMITH, LELAND B., 147 S. Main St., Attleboro. 
SMITH, LOUIS EARLE, Box No. 48, Mt. Hermon. 
SMITH, MORGAN K., 8 Belknap St., Concord. 
SMITH, OBADIAH ARMOUR, 201 Carleton St., Lawrence. 
SMITH, RALPH A., 83 Central St., Springfield. 
SNELLING, H. B., Concord. 
SOLES, HAROLD EDWARD, Millbrook. 
SONIGAN, JOSEPH J., 6 Spring St., C. T., Peabody. 
SPALDING, MERRILL TEN BROECK, 255 Walnut St., Brookline. 
SPEAR, JOSEPH, 871 Salem St., Maiden. 
SPOONER, FREDERICK CARROLL, Box No. 57. Furnace. 
SPRING, CHESTER C, Columbia St., Newton Lower Falls. 
STACY, PHILIP HUNTLEY, 89 College St., South Hadley. 
STARK, E. E., 62 Floyd St., Winthrop. 
STEBBINS, ROLAND W., Williamstown. 
STETSON, PARKER R., 30 Gorham St., West Somerville. 
STEVENS, HAROLD F., is Pleasant St., Hyde Park. 
STEVENS, RALPH, Princeton Rd., Sterling. 
STICKNEY, EDWARD E., R. F. No. 126, Shrewsbury- 
STIEBEL, HERBERT JOSEPH, 46 Orkney Road. Brookline. 
STONE, ALBERT H., 177 Chestnut St., Gardner. 
STONE, ARTHUR WELLMAN, Auburn. 
STONE, CEDRIC ANDREW, Southwick. 
STONE, CLARENCE H., 7 Broad St. Place, Lynn. 
STRACK, EDWARD, Grove St., Framingham. 
STRONACH, WILLIAM O., 152 Bartlett Ave., Pittsfield. 
STUART, DAVID H., 47 French Ave., Braintree. 

STUART, JOSEPH FRANCIS, Newton. 

STURTEVANT, LEON J., 3 Hancock Ave., Lexington. 

SULLIVAN, JAMES AMBROSE, 54 Neponset Ave., Dorchester. 

SULLIVAN, JOHN LEO, 38 Dennis St., Roxbury. 

SUMMER, BRADFORD M., 66 Harvard St., Newtonville. 

SUMNER, MILLARD M., 124 Faxon Rd., Atlantic. 

SWAFFIELD, P. N., 77 Grassmere St., Newton. 

SWAHNBERG, GUNNAR, 102 Washington St., Gardner. 

SWALLOW. FRANCIS P., 27 Cherry St.. Gardner. 

SWEENZEY, RAYMOND J., 25 Mt. Vernon St., Cliftondale. 

SWEET, H. A., 1482 Commonwealth Ave., Allston. 

TAFT, LORADO EDSON, 12 Bellevue Ave., Gloucester. 

TAGGART, CURTIS L., 45 Emerson St., Wakefield. 

TAPPIN, CLARENCE L., Templeton. 

TARR, LOUIS ELMER. East Walpole. 

TAYLOR, EDWARD H„ 16 Gordon Ave., Hyde Park. 

THOMAS, CHARLES LLOYD. 353 Lincoln Ave., Fall River. 

THOMPSON, GEORGE W., 15 Virginia St.. Somerville. 



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THYBERG, GEORGE J., 30 Longfellow Terrace, Springfield. 

TIBBETTE, WALTER IRVING. 85 Prescott St., Cambridge. 

TILTON, ARTHUR D., Benvenue St., Wellesley. 

TILTON, WILLIAM P., 144 Orchard St., Watertown. 

TOOHY, JOHN P., 83 Lawrence St., Maiden. 

TOSHACK, REGINALD ALEXANDER, 135 Lowell Ave., Methuen. 

TOWNSEND, JAMES G., 23s Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill. 

TRACY, GORDON S., 82 Madison Ave., Newtonville. 

TRIPP, HARRY E., 48 Ocean St., New Bedford. 

TRYON, HENRY E.. 24 Hyde Park. Winchester. 

TUCKER, J. C, 35 Michigan Ave., Somerville. 

TUFTS. VENER L., 130 Euclid Ave., East Lynn. 

TYER, HENRY G., 15 Morton St., Andover. 

ULIN. BENJAMIN, 190 Ruthben St., Boston. 

VANDER. LAWRENCE SAMUEL, 71 Park St., Brookline. 

VINING, PAUL M.. 42 Forest St., Springfield. 

VORENBERG. FELIX FRANK, Hotel Touraine, Boston. 

WALLACE, NORMAN, 372 Union St., Springfield. 

WALSH, FRANCIS M.. 56 Moseley St., Dorchester. 

WARDELL, GARDNER B., 390 Pleasant St., Melrose. 

WARNER, GEORGE S., 12 Auburn St., Melrose. 

WASHBURN, SLATER, 44 Elm St.. Worcester. 

WASHBURNE, JAMES R., Pittsfield. 

WATERLOO, VICTOR E., c./o W. H. Manning, North Billerica. 

WATKINS, THOMAS WEBB, 60 Mark Lee Rd., Needham Heights. 

WATSON, PHILLIP K., 42 Vinal Ave., Somerville. 

WATT, CHARLES H., 14 Hill St., Lexington. 

WATTS. ROBERT W., 23 Colberg Ave., Roslindale. 

WEATHERILL, ROBERT T-, 62 Norfolk Rd., Arlington. 

WEBSTER. MILTON F., 121 Glenwood St., Maiden. 

WEEKS, GEORGE McD., Jr.. 9 Linden St., Cambridge. 



WEINHOLD, WILLIAM, 17 Dewey St., Lawrence. 
WEISS, WILLIAM R., 186 Devonshire St., Boston. 
WELD, G. H., 33 Alveston St., Jamaica Plain. 
WESTON, DERBY, 48 Fletcher St., Winchester. 
WETHERBEE, GEORGE F., Gardner. 
WHEELER, JOHN E., 35 Rutland St., Brockton. 
WHIPPEN, CHARLES W.. 53 Empire St., Lynn. 
WHITE, BENJAMIN L., 68 Nightingale St., Dorchester. 
WHITE, CLEON B., 19 Conant St., Danvers. 
WHITE. DUANE CALEF, 9 Howland St.. Roxbury. 
WHITE. LAWRENCE W„ 167 School St., Milton. 
WHTEHEAD, GILBERT, 7 Winter St., Arlington. 
WHITING, RICHARD A., 126 Longwood Ave., Brookline. 
WHITMAN, ALLEN L„ 23 Everett St., Cambridge. 
WHITMAN, FREDERIC B., 23 Everett St., Cambridge. 
WHITTIER, ALBERT R., Jr., 55 Congress St., Boston. 
WIGGIN. EDWARD N., 2 Berry St., Peabody. 
WILSON, STARK D., Concord. 

WISHMAN, JOHN HENRY, 38 Church St., Maiden. 
WOLCOTT, SAMUEL H., Readville. 
WOOD, JOHN M., 44 Adin St., Hopedale. 
WOOD, ROGER, 9 High St., Middleboro. 
WOQDBURY, LUKE A., North Billerica. 
WRIGHT, HENRY PARKER, 4 West St., Beverly. 
WRIGHT, HOMER P., Beverly Farms. 
WYMAN, SAMUEL DOW, 74 Wendell St., Pittsfield. 
WYMAN, SIDNEY P., 467 Washington St., Whitman. 
YURKEE, WILLIAM H., 28 Willow St.. Adams. 
ZANDITION, SYDNEY, 99 Brunswick St., Roxbury. 
ZANNIDAEHIS, J., ill Warrenton St., Boston. 



MICHIGAN 



ABBOTT, HOWARD K., Reading. 

ADAMS, ALVIN ELTHON, 896 Fisher Ave., Detroit. 

ADAMS. A. GORDON, 270 Dexter Blvd., Detroit. 

ADAMS, COAN H., 441 Trowbridge St., Allegan. 

AHLERT, FRANK E., R. R. No. 6, Muskegon. 

ALCORN. WILLIAM B., 460 Taylor St.. Detroit. 

ALEXANDER, CECIL L., Thompsonville. 

ALLEN, DON T., 618 Flint St., Flint. 

ALLEN, H. D., 804 Wisconsin Ave., St. Joseph. 

ALLERTON, HUGH G., 514 Forrest Ave., Ann Arbor. 

ALLING, ROBERT BABSON, 256 Woodward Ave., Detroit. 

ALTENBURG, GEORGE Y., 1029 E. Franklin Ave., Lansing. 

AMTSBUECHLER, TONY E., R. F. D. No. 3, Box No. 28, Traverse 

City. 
ANDERSON, GEORGE W., 534 Clinton St., Grand Haven. 
ANDERSON, HESSELL J., St. Johns. 

ANDERSON, MILTON B., 235 S. Mansfield St., Ironwood. 
ANDERSON, ROBERT SINCLAIR, 215 Calkins Ave., S. E., Grand 

Rapids. 
ANDREASEN, HANS P., R. F. D. No. 1, Box No. 79. Greenville. 



ANDREWS, HERMAN A., Route No. 4, Hart. 

ARMS, EUGENE, 120 Ottawa St., W., Lansing. 

ARMSTRONG, BERNARD W., 260 Middlebrook Ave., Detroit. 

ARMSTRONG, EDWARD C, Farwell. 

ASHLEY, LEE J., Davison. 

ATKIN, ARTHUR W., 49 Jasper St., Houghton. 

BAILEY, DWIGHT L., 1216 West Ionia St., Lansing. 

BAILEY, WILLIAM J., 63 Elm St., Trenton. 

BAKER, CLAUDE F., 119 Washington St., Hudson. 

BALL, THOMAS MUELLER, 251 Longfellow St., Detroit. 

BALLANTYN, RONALD, 100 W. Palmer Ave., Detroit. 

BALLENTINE. DAVID R.. 1743— 3d Ave., Detroit. 

BARNARD, RAYMOND, 162 Petoskey St., Detroit. 

BARNUM, F. L., Mt. Pleasant. 

BARRETT, A. L., 482 Hamilton Ave., Detroit. 

BAUDIN, ALBERT N., Jr., 124 Agate St., Houghton. 

BEATH, CHARLES P., 510 Wolcott St., Escanaba. 

BEAUBEIN, JESSE F., Newport. 

BEAUDETTE, ALPHA J., 102 Franklin Blvd., Pontiac. 

BELYEA, GEORGE A., 251 Atkinson Ave., Detroit. 



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BENNETT, JUDSON GERALD, 259 Morris Ave., Grand Rapids. 

BERGMAN, L. C, 418 East "A" St., Iron Mountain. 

BERKOWITZ, JACOB H.. 320 E. Kirby Ave., Detroit. 

BEST, BYRON G., 22s Lowell St., Ironwood. 

BETTS, JOHN G., Hillsdale. 

BICE, EDWIN STANTON, 343 E. Hewitt Ave., Marquette. 

BLADES, GLEN I., 900 W. Washtenaw St., Lansing. 

BLOOD, EDWARD WILSON, 132 Catherine St., Kalamazoo. 

BOEHLKE, E. F., D. C., 808 Ludington St., Escanaba. 

BOND. KENNETH D., 1437 Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor. 

BOTTUM, CURTIS E., Hastings. 

BOUWSMA, E. J., 37 Peck St., Muskegon. 

BRADEN, VERNE ST. CLAIR, Lake Odessa. 

BRAUN, HORACE D., 251 Elmhurst Ave., Detroit. 

BRENNAN. ALOYSIUS H., Alma. 

BROOKS, ERNEST C, 42 E. 9th St., Holland. 

BROUWER, BENJAMIN K., 72 Ambrosia St., Muskegon. 

BROWN, ARTHUR E., 2104 Dime Savings Bank Bldg., Detroit. 

BROWN, CLARENCE H., 1104 S. Park St., Kalamazoo. 

BROWN, MALCOLM M., East Lansing. 

BROWN, MARVIN E., 432 Clancy Ave., N. E., Grand Rapids. 

BROWN, R. D„ Cedar Springs. 

BROWNE, HAROLD L., Sullivan Machinery Co., Houghton. 

BRUCKER, L. S., 7S Trowbridge Ave., Detroit. 

BRUCKER, ROBERT H., Saginaw. 

BRUNNER, EDWIN J., Albion. 

BRYANT, WILBUR D., 601 Michigan Ave., W., Lansing. 

BURKE, EDWARD W., 497 Clinton Ave., Detroit. 

BURLEY, JOHN V., Armada. 

BURNETT, CLAIR LEE, Watervliet. 

BUSMAN, JOHN WILLIAM, 1184 Berwick Ave., Detroit. 

BUTTERFIELD, LANDER W., 54 W, Forrest Ave., Muskegon. 

BUTTERFIELD, ROGER CHAMPLIN, 231 Paris Ave., Grand Rapids. 

CALL, CLAY D. t 100 E. Main St., Lansing. 

CALROW, LYTTON, 702 W. Allegan St., Lansing. 

CAMERON, DON B., White Pigeon. 

CAMPBELL, CLARENCE BARTOH, 402 N. Water St., Owosso. 

CAMPBELL, GLENN E., R. F. D. No. 7. Pontiac. 

CAMPBELL, LEROY W., 1130 Jackson St., Grand Rapids. 

CANDLER, RUSSELL G., 359 Berwick Ave., Detroit. 

CARLESON, IVAN C, Escanaba. 

CASSON, WORRELL P., 489 Euclid Ave., W., Detroit. 

CATHCART, CUTHBERT CLEMENT, 514 Eleanor St., Kalamazoo. 

CATLIN, WILLIAM F., Columbiaville. 

CHAMBERLAIN, DALE, 299 Merrick Ave., Detroit. 

CHAMBERLIN, WILLIAM IRA, Carson City. 

CHAPLIN, LEON V., Grand Ledge. 

CHARTIER, RAYMOND A., P. O. Box No. 715, Norway. 

CHEETHAM, EDWARD B., 691 Tillman Ave., Detroit. 

CHIPMAN, EDGAR S., 513 E. Jefferson St., Ann Arbor. 

CHOLETTE, PAUL E., 288 W. Euclid Ave., Detroit. 

CHRISTENSEN, PAUL G.. 1409 Broadway, Menominee. 

CLARK, H. P., c/o Lavert Clark, Box No. 1325, Detroit. 

CLARK, WILLARD B., 459 Drexel Ave., Detroit. 



CLEARY. HAROLD J., 321 Wells Ave., Escanaba. 

CLEGG, GILBERT, 142 Alger Ave., Detroit. 

CLEMENTS, R. W., 321 Fountain St., N. E., Grand Rapids. 

CLYDE, THOMAS P., 312 W. nth St., Traverse City. 

COE, EDGAR C, 86 Medbury Ave., Detroit. 

COLEMAN, EARL H., 813 W. Green St., Hastings. 

COLETTI, ERACLIO. 274 Homer Ave., Detroit. 

COLON, JAMES L., 93 Church Ave., Highland Park. 

CONDON, F. L., 42 Beach St., Battle Creek. 

CORNELIUS, LAURENCE ARTHUR, 574 Madison Ave.. Grand 

Rapids. 
CORNELIUS, RUSSELL GLIDDEN, 565 Morris Ave., Grand Rapids. 
COWING, WILLARD N., 314 W. Washington St., Jackson. 
CRAIN, JAMES HAROLD. 309 E. Elmwood St., Traverse City. 
CULLEN, HARRY W., 34 E. 1st Ave.. Detroit. 
CUMMING, WILLIAM S., 128 Tireman, Detroit. 
CUM MINGS, LEO BRADFORD, 416— 6th Ave., Eau Claire. 
CURTIS, WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, Jr., 908 S. Lansing St.. St. 

Johns. 
DACEY, V. P., 89 Harper Ave., Detroit. 
DAGG, ROBERT J., Carsonville. 
DAVIDSON, CHARLES D., 122 Bostwick Ave., 
DAVIES, JOSEPH M.. 2989 East Grand Blvd., 
DAV.O, G. S., 53 1 Tennyson Ave., Detroit. 
DAVIS, AUBREY T., Box 68, Lake Odessa. 
DECKER, P. M., Bangor. 
DE JONGH, FRED C, Burnips. 
DE WINTER, FRANCIS, 366 Delaware Ave., 
DEXTER, JOSEPH B.. Fenton, Genesee Co. 
Db YOUNG, MARTIN J., 1340 Bemis St.. S. E., Grand Rapids. 
DICKEY, HARRY T., 1144 Beaubien St.. Detroit. 
DICKSON, MATTHEW ELLIS, Gen. Del., East Lansing. 
DOAN. VERN EDWARD, R. F. D., No. 1, Mikado. 
DONEHOO, JOHN C, 208 State St., Boyne City. 
DOYLE, RICHARD L., 310 Jefferson St., Hastings. 
DRAKE, HARRY J., 431 Clifton St., Jackson. 
DUFFIELD, MUIER B., 429 Seminole Ave., Detroit. 
DUMON, JOHN EMORY. 129 Ives Ave.. Big Rapids. 
DUNLAP. GEORGE A., 2367— 3d Ave., Detroit. 
DURBIN, HARRY JOHN, Grass Lake. 
DUTHIE, J. R., 35 Fair St., Grand Rapids. 
DWYER, FRANCIS T., 415 N. Thayer St., Ann Arbor. 
EDMONDS, GORDON COLUMBUS, Hastings. 
EDMUNDS, LESLIE J. F., Marine City. 
EGGERT, STANLEY G., R. F. D.. Wayland. 
ELDREDGE, RALPH R., 501 E. Ridge St., Marquette. 
ERNST, MILO A., Petoskey. 
ESSEX, CHARLES, 930 Nichols St.. Flint. 
ESTABROOK. MERRILL HAMMOND, Olivet. 
EZZELL. HARRY, Jr.. 441 College St.. Jackson. 
FINCH, ARTHUR L., Arcadia. 
FISH, HAROLD W., 2940 E. Grand Blvd., Detroit. 
FISHER, EDWARD C, 1926 Cooper Ave., Saginaw. 
FISKE, ARTHUR P., Kalamazoo. 



, Grand Rapids. 
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FITZGERALD. EDMUND McARRON, 1024 Pine Grove Ave., Port 

Huron. 
FITZGERALD, JESSE J., Shepherd. 

FLETCHER, HAROLD T., 345 Auburn Ave., S. E., Grand Rapids. 
FLETCHER, JOHN FULLER, 29 N. Union St., Battle Creek. 
FORSYTH, RICHARD ALEXANDER, 614 Wisconsin Ave., Gladstone. 
FOX, GUY, 386 Grant St., Coldwater. 
FOX, MURRAY C, 386 Grand St., Coldwater. 
FRAZIER, KENNETH STEPHEN, R. F. D. No. 1, Holloway. 
FRIMODIG. LYMAN L., 456 Kearsarge St., Laurium. 
FUNKE, CARLYLE V., 273— 24th St., Detroit. 
GARVIN, CHARLES E., 517 Bay St., Petoskey. 
GASAR, E. F., 361 Washington Ave., Muskegon. 
GAULT, RALPH EVERETT, R. F. D., No. 4, Flint. 
GAY, WELLAND, 30s N. Butler St., Lansing. 
GIES, GEORGE H., Jr., 44 Chandler Ave., Detroit. 
GLEASON, THOMAS FLOYD, 863 Water St., Port Huron. 
GOLDSTEIN, CHARLES L., ill Edmond PI., Detroit. 
GOLDSTICK, NATHANIEL A., 838 Dime Bank Bldg., Detroit. 
GOODFELLOW, FLOYD ABRAM, 522 S. Weadock St., Saginaw. 
GOODMAN, STEVEN A.. 61 N. Terrace Ave., Grand Rapids. 
GOODWYN, PHILO M., 216 North Hamilton St., Saginaw. W. S. 
GORHAM, I. B., Dean Hicks Co., Grand Rapids. 
GRAGG, HARRY H., 144 Linwood Ave., Detroit. 
GRASS, CHARLES H., 15s— 4th St., West, Detroit. 
GRAY, WILLIAM L., Onsted. 
GREENE, ROYAL J., Metamora. 
GREY, HARLOW, 789 Coplin, Detroit. 

GUTMAN, ALFRED EDWARD, 106 Wayne County Bldg., Detroit. 
HADDEN, LOUIS E., Big Rapids Pharmacy, Big Rapids. 
HAGLE, LEIGH HERBERT, R. No. 2, Midland. 
HAIGH. ROWE W., 180 Inglis Ave., Detroit. 
HALL, DECKER BLYNN, 219 Webster St., Jackson. 
HALL, JOHN W., Byron. 

HAMILL, CHARLES C, 411 E. Williams St., Ann Arbor. 
HAMILTON, CHARLES FREDERICK, Pickford. 
HAMMOND, HARLEY J., East Jordan. 
HAMMOND, MORRIS E., 18 Lexington PI., Pontiac. 
HARRIS, M. P., c/o Dr. Martin Sanitarium, Battle Creek. 
HARSHA, HORATIO P., Charlevoix. 
HARTWIG, MAX A., R. F. D. No. 1, Rochester. 
HARVEY, DONALD HENRY, Constantine. 
HAUG, ELMER M., Houghton. 

HEDGCOCK. CHARLES BELTON. 80s Main St., Menominee 
HEINZELMAN, CARL J., 709 Lake Drive, Grand Rapids. 
HENDERSHOT, HAROLD ALEXANDER. Jackson. 
HENDERSON, WILLIAM WALTER, 516 W. Biddle St., Jackson. 
HENDRICKS, LOUIS, R. R. No. 12, Grand Rapids. 
HENRY, W. C, 20 Monroe St., Detroit. 
HENSCHKE, JOHN W., R. F. D. No. 1, Fremont. 
HENZE, HERMAN, 502 East "C" St., Iron Mountain. 
HESSLER, HUGH BURCH, Rockford. 
HICKEY. DANIEL J.. 608— 4th St., Jackson. 
HIEDENRICH, FRED A., 1756 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit. 



HIGBEE, DEAN L., m Lytle St., Ionia. 

HILES, PERRY HUSTON, 241 E. nth St., Holland. 

HILL, STANLEY R., 223 Maple St., Norway. 

HILTON, H. E., 228 Thorn St., Hastings. 

HINKLEY, FRANK H., 711 Michigan Ave., Petoskey. 

HOERNER, GEORGE C, 430 N. 4th Ave., Saginaw. 

HOGOBECK, ROY, R. F. D. No. 3, Sherwood. 

HOLLENBECK, GLENN L., Lapeer. 

HORNE, ALBERT E., lis Hague Ave., Detroit. 

HORST, WALTER, c/o Three Rivers House, Three Rivers. 

HOWELL, HAROLD M., Allen. 

HOWICK. HARRY, 858 West Lovell St., Kalamazoo. 

HOYT, HOWARD C, Comstock. 

HUGHES, JAMES E., 197 Grand Ave., W., Highland Park. 

HULIN, CHARLES H. P., 509 Garfield St., Cadillac. 

HUME. THOMAS HACKLEY, Box 13, Muskegon. 

HUSSELMAN, JOHN H., 739 Eastern Ave., S. E., Grand Rapids. 

ICKE, HAROLD M., 226 Park View Ave., Detroit. 

INGERSOLL, THERON L., R. No. s, Elsie. 

IRWIN, ORVIS CARL, 463 McKinstrey Ave., Detroit. 

JACOBS, LOUIS L., Atlantic Mine. 

JACOBSON, LOUIS SAMUEL, R. F. D. No. 3, Kalamazoo. 

JAMES, LAYLIN K., 1120 East Ann St., Ann Arbor. 

JEFFERY, L. EDSON, Jeffery Dewitt & Co., Detroit. 

JELLEMA, WILLIAM H., 544 Central Ave., Holland. 

JEWELL, ELMER B., Grandville. 

JOHNSON, ADOLPH, 42 Sumner St., Muskegon. 

JOHNSON, CARL E., 6 Lake St., Ironwood. 

JOHNSON, EARL L., Fremont. 

JOHNSON. EARL M., 411 Crescent St., Grand Rapids. 

JOSEPH, MATTHEW M., 1426 Joseph Campau Ave., Detroit. 

KALLY, MAX M., Chelsea. 

KELLER, GEORGE W., 32 Avery Ave., Detroit. 

KELLY, CHARLES W., Clifford, Lapeer Co. 

KELSEY, HARMON S., Milan. 

KERR, JOHN A., 12 Taylor St., Coldwater. 

KERR, JOSEPH M., 302 Adams St., Bay City. 

KETELHUT, WILLIAM H., 713 Maple St., South Haven. 

KIDLE, LAWRENCE, 31 Cartridge St., Detroit. 

KILLEY, RAYMOND M., Reed City. 

KILWINSKI, ARTHUR R., 71S Mt. Elliott Ave., Detroit. 

KIMBALL, GEORGE C, 365 Jsfferson St., Muskegon. 

KIMPTON, E. F., 721 Washington St., Grand Haven. 

KINVILLE, JOHN P., 418 Chisholm St., Alpena. 

KIRKPATRICK, ARTHUR L., 915 Monroe St., Ann Arbor. 

KLEES, HAROLD A., 223 N. Park St., Saginaw. 

KLISE, BERNARD S., Petoskey. 

KNUDSEN, BJARNE, Iron River. 

KRANTZ, OWEN F., R. F. D. No. 2, Grand Rapids. 

KRULL, H. M., Union City. 

KUHLMAN, FRANK F., 1714 E. Canfield Ave., Detroit. 

LAGROU, ALFRED, 517 Chalmers Ave., Detroit. 

LAIDLAW, ORVILLE W., 506 Grand River Ave., East Lansing. 

LAMBERT, WILLIAM J., 74 Virginia Park, Detroit. 



LAMOREAUX, ROY V., 206 Parsonage St., Dowagiac. 

LANEY, FOREST, Frontier. 

LATSHAW, FRED F., 303 River St., Allegan. 

LAUGHTON, FRANK V., Menominee. 

LAWR, PERRY M., Maple City. 

LEONARD. GEO O., 13s East Warren, Detroit. 

LEWIS, ROLAND L., 546 Woodward Ave., Detroit. 

LINDBERG, CHARLES A., 119 S. Mansfield St., Ironwood. 

LINDBERG, HOVIND J., 627 Frazee St., Detroit. 

LIPPERT, CLINTON C, St. Louis. 

LLOYD, PUTNAM CROCKER, 173S Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor. 

LOCKE, JAY W., 1143 Washington St., Grand Haven. 

LONGNECKER. EDWARD D., New Era. 

LOOMIS, CLAUDE M., c/o Old Nat'l. Bank, Grand Rapids. 

LOOMIS, ROBERT M., 23s Parker Ave., Detroit. 

LOPER, HENRY J., Hanover. 

LOVELAND, STANLEY K., Milan. 

LUBERGER, CHARLES F., 540 Knollwood Drive, Cedar Rapids. 

LUKINS, DARLE J., Martin. 

LYON, ALBERT C, 1223 Grand Traverse St., Flint. 

MCALLISTER, EDWIN J., 331 W. Main St., Battle Creek. 

McCLEAR, EUGENE ROCHE, Whitmore Lake. 

McCLELLAN, CHARLES HIBBS, 851 Cass Ave., Detroit. 

McCORDIC, I. C, 1222 Washington St., Royal Oak. 

McCRAY, GERALD T„ 503 Manistique Ave., Detroit. 

McDUFFIE, NEIL D., 326 Henry Ave., Grand Rapids. 

McFARLANE, WALTER D., 125 Green Ave., Detroit. 

McINTYRE, ARTHUR C, 610 Park PI., Kalamazoo. 

McLACHLAN, FRANK H., 735 Franklin St., S. E., Grand Rapids. 

McLOUTH, LEWIS HOWLAND, 518 Forest Ave.. Ypsilanti. 

McMICHAEL, H. B., 814 Trumbull St., St. Clair. 

McPHERSON, MALCOLM D., 1199 Brooklyn Ave., Detroit. 

McQUEEN. LEO E., 21 Liberty St., Coldwater. 

McWILLIAMS, ROBERT H„ Blissfield. 

MacDEAN, DAVID J., Detroit Athletic Club, Detroit. 

MacDONALD, J. K., Hubbell. 

MacDONALD, PAUL W., R. R. No. 4, Box No. 9, Fremont. 

MacVICAR, JAMES S., 304 Ellis St.. Ypsilanti. 

MACKIE, DONALD, 1021 Sheldon Ave., Grand Rapids. s 

MADALINSKI, JOSEPH J., 1482 Campbell Ave., Detroit. 

MADIGAN, LOUIS J.. 190 Harrington Ave., Detroit. 

MAHER, SYLVESTER A., 862— 14th Ave., Detroit. 

MAIN, CHARLES S., 39 Kenilworth Ave., Detroit. 

MAIN, VERNER W., 802 City Bank Bldg., Battle Creek. 

MALONEY, CARL B., Mt. Olivet Ave., Kalamazoo. 

MANUEL, ELMER J., 344 Ferdinand Ave., Detroit. 

MARSHALL, ROSS L., R. F. D., Bellevue. 

MARTIN, BRUCE W., 801 Stockton St., Flint. 

MAYER, ROSS W., Moorer Drive, Lansing. 

MEDALIE, SIDNEY, Mancelona. 

MILLARD, FOREST G., Hersey. 

MILLARD, ROBERT W., 762 Brush St., Detroit. 

MILLER, KARL H., Fremont. 

MILLER, KARL W., 46 Pingree Ave., Detroit. 



MILLER, KEITH H., Lake City. 

MILLER, P. L., East Lansing. 

MINER, LEON F., Miner Bldg., Owosso. 

MONROE, KENNETH, 2962 West Grand Blvd., Detroit. 

MONROE, ROBERT T., 948 Trumbull Ave., Detroit. 

MOORE, LEROY E., 230 N. 4th Ave., Saginaw. 

MORGAN, ARTHUR B., Kinde. 

MOTT, PAUL E., 118 E. Church St., Adrian. 

MUELLER, LOUIS H„ 480 Dixon Ave., Detroit. 

MUIR, A. B., Hubble Apts., Monroe. 

MULDER, BERNIE, R. R. No. 7. Box No. 28, Holland. 

MURPHY, ALVAH M., 255 Bethune Ave.. E., Detroit. 

MURPHY, GEORGE E„ Berrien Springs. 

MURRAY, BYRON M., 124 E. Magnetic St., Marquette. 

MYERS, EDWIN RUTMAN, 313 Montgomery Ave., Detroit. 

MYLER, JOSEPH J., R. R. No. 3, Grand Rapids. 

NARSHA, ORVILLE J., 803 S. 9th St., West, Cedar Rapids. 

NEITHERCUT, WILLIAM AARON, 912 Young St., Flint. 

NELSON, E. P., 898 Cass Ave., Detroit. 

NELSON, MORRIS A., 635 Lafayette Ave., N. E., Grand Rapids. 

NICHOLS, JAMES KENNETH, Nafl. Bank Annex, Ionia. 

NILES, STANLEY B., North Adams. 

NYE. CLIFTON C, Hudson. 

NYMAN. CARL R., 314 Suffolk St., Ironwood. 

OPPEL, ROY E., 799 S. 3d St., Niles. 

PALMER, OMAR F., 25 Brainard St., Detroit. 

PALMER, ROBERT HASTINGS, c/o R. H. Hastings, Blissfield. 

PARISH, CLYDE T.. 507 E. Maumee St., Adrian. 

PARSONS, GEORGE S., Box No. 125, Alamo. 

PEARCE. C. A., Dollar Bay. 

PETERS, VINE B., Charlotte. 

PETERSON, CLYDE W„ Lucas. 

PETTS, ARTHUR, 1470 Belvidere Ave., Detroit. 

PHELAN, S. M., Jr. Eddy Paper Co., Three Rivers. 

PHILLIPS, HOWARD HIRAM, 523 Forest Ave., Ann Arbor. 

PHILLIPS, WENDELL, 346 Valley Ave., N. W., Grand Rapids. 

PICKEL, ALLEN EDWARD, R. F. D. No. 4, Hesperia. 

PINO, OTTO W., Ithaca. 

PRESCOTT, LAURENCE H., 92 Seward Ave., Detroit. 

PRINS, PETER H., 161 Central Ave., Holland. 

PRINS, TOUNIS W., 161 Central Ave., Holland. 

PRUGH, CLYDE B„ 1721 Coplin Ave., Detroit. 

PULLEN, CHARLES W., 200 Hillsdale St., Hillsdale. 

PULLEN, S. J., c/o Union Steam Pump Co., Battle Creek. 

PURINGTON, DANIEL S., Paw Paw. 

RALYA, LYNN L., 1205 Michigan Ave., Lansing. 

RANNEY, LEROY W., Greenville. 

REESE, MAX J., West Olive. 

REIGHARD, JOHN J., 1502 Cambridge Rd., Ann Arbor. 

REINHARDT, DEXTER K.. Gen. Del., Midland. 

RICE, CLARENCE L., South Haven. 

RICE, HOMER DAVID, 506 N. 5th St., Niles. 

RICE, YALE, 924 Mitchell St., Petoskey. 

RICH, PETER H„ 137 Adelaide St., Detroit. 



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RICHARDSON. HOWARD E., 108 S. Adams St., Ypsilanti. 

RICHARDSON, ROBERT E., Ubly. 

RICHARDSON, ROBERT PEARSON, 616 St. Joseph St., Adrian. 

RICKER, FREDERICK S., R. No. 4, Saginaw. 

RILEY, GORDON EDGAR, 109 Wayne St., St. Joseph. 

ROACH, C. H., 720 Lafayette Ave., N. E., Grand Rapids. 

ROBBERT, GEORGE, 114 W. 16th Ave., Holland. 

ROBINSON, EDMUND S., 30 Taylor Ave.. Detroit, Mich. 

ROBINSON, PHILIP H., 73 N. Monroe St., Coldwater. 

ROBINSON, RUSSELL F., 2300 Broadway, Bay City. 

ROEHM, FRED WILLIAM, 24 Willow Ave., Calumet. 

RONDOT, GUY A., c/o J. T. Keena, Pres., Peoples State Bank, Detroit. 

ROSENFELD, ARTHUR C, 14s Putnam Ave., Detroit. 

ROSKOPP, GEORGE F., 100 Market St., Mt. demons. 

ROWLAND, W. C. 336 Pennsylvania Ave., Detroit. 

ROZEMA, HERMAN J., Fremont. 

RUNDLE, HOWARD E., 611 Iron Mountain St.. Iron Mountain. 

RYAN, W. M., Brimley. 

RYNEARSON, ELTON I.. lis Ballard St., Ypsilanti. 

SALTER, CLARENCE H., 840 Webster St., Traverse City. 

SANFORD, THORLOW E., Milan. 

SANOR, CARL EDWIN, 512 Packard St., Ann Arbor. 

SAUVE, ARTHUR R.. sn Grant PI., Base City. 

SCHAD, PERRY E., 310 Liberty St., Flint. 

SCHLOTT, DANIEL E.. Jr., 344 McMillam St.. Detroit. 

SCHOOLAND, J. B., 854 Worden St., Grand Rapids. 

SCHOON, JOHN J., 54 W. 7th St., Holland. 

SCOTT, R. B., 23 Brainard St., Detroit. 

SEARS, HAROLD R., 638 W. West St., Kalamazoo. 

SESSIONS, JOHN ALVIN, 124 Elmhurst Ave., Detroit. 

SHANK, J. J., 256 Paris Ave., Grand Rapids. 

SHARLAND, WAYNE G., Stockbridge. 

SHARPE, JAMES H., 313 E. Spruce St., Sault Ste. Marie. 

SHAW, FRED A., 40 Euclid West St., Detroit. 

SHAW, H. C, 386— 2d Ave., Detroit. 

SHEPHERD, EDWARD H., Charlotte. 

SHEPPARD, DENZEL T., Marlette. 

SHIELDS, RICHARD L., 1403 E. Canfield Ave.. Detroit. 

SIDES, RAYMOND M., Colon. 

SIMMONS. WILLIAM T., Dansville. 

SMITH, C. H., 511 S. Main St., Marine City. 

SMITH, CLARENCE W.. 73 Euclid Ave. E.. Detroit. 

SMITH, EDWIN J., R. R. No. 3. Cass City. 

SMITH, EDWIN R., Hart. 

SMITH, WILLIAM HENRY, 7SS— 25th St., Detroit. 

SODERMAN, A. S., Crystal Falls. 

SOMES, EDGAR R., 152 Grand Ave., Grand Rapids. 

SOUTHWORTH, PHILIP M., 2214 Francis Ave., Flint. 

SPAFORD, FRANK S., Manchester. 

SPAULDING, GEORGE 0., 410 Wright St., St. Johns. 

SPIKE, VICTOR, Y. M. C. A., Bay City. 

STARRING, PETER WILLIAM, Rochester. 

STEVENS, RAY FREEBURN, Buchanan. 

STOLL, NORMAN R., 1318 Forest Ave., Ann Arbor. 



STRAIGHT, BARTEL W., 722 Mitchell St.. Petoskey. 

STRANG, ARTHUR L., Allen. 

STRAUSS. CARL H., 1230 Miller St.. Port Huron. 

STRAW. DONALD N., 551 Lincoln Ave., Detroit. 

STREISSGUTH, RALPH HENRY, 208 Grand Ave., W., Detroit. 

SUHR, HERBERT A., 208 Prospect St., South Haven. 

SULLIVAN. HENRY JOSEPH, Monroe. 

SUTTON, WILLIAM L„ Caro. 

TASKER, ROY C, Johannesville, Hillsdale Co. 

TAYLOR, HENRY GORDON, 813 Grant St., Madison. 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM V.. 80 Peck St., Muskegon. 

TEMPLE, FRED W., 209 W. Frank St.. Kalamazoo. 

TEMPLE, J. JAY, 506 Lincoln Ave., Detroit. 

TENHAVE, JOHN, Zeeland. 

THOMAS, PERCY EWART, Box 575. Stambaugh. 

THOMAS, W. W., Michigan Malleable Iron Co., Detroit. 

THOMPSON, HARRY R., 398 Park View Ave.. Detroit. 

THOMPSON, JAMES H., 1015 Chestnut St., Port Huron. 

THOMPSON. W. G.. 727 Trumbull Ave., Detroit. 

THOMPSON, PAUL E., Lake Ann. 

TISDALE. WILLIAM GRAHAM, Douglas. 

TOWER. ROY A., Benzonia. 

TOWNSEND, EDE P., Mangan. 

TOWSLEY, PAUL G., 310 Norwood Ave., Grand Rapids. 

TREGO, RALPH A.. 728 Phillip Ave., E., Detroit. 

TREICHLER, WILLIAM E., no Crescent St.. Cedar River. 

TUCKER, JOSEPH MAXWELL, 124 Somerset Ave., Battle Creek. 

URCH, LESLIE L., 396 Vicksburg Ave., Detroit. 

VAN ARSDALEN, HUGH LEE. Waldron. 

VAN HAZEL, WILLARD, 1049 Hermitage St., S. E., Grand Rapids. 

VAN PELT, JOSEPH K. P., 1229— 24th St., Detroit. 

VAN PUTTEN, MARINUS W., 339 River Ave., Holland. 

VAN WELT, HERBERT I., 215 Central Ave.. Zeeland. 

VETTER. CHARLES T., 218 Maple St., Lansing. 

VON GLODE, HERBERT S., 407 S. Butler St., Lansing. 

VON SPRECKEN, PETER R., 720 Foster St., Ludington. 

VREELAND, WENDELL, 410 Cedar St., Kalamazoo. 

WAGNER, LEROY R., 500 S. 5th Ave., Ann Arbor. 

WALDO, HAL J., 218 Brockway St., West Side, Saginaw. 

WALKER, CLARENCE D., 927— 4th Ave., Detroit. 

WALLIS, LLOYD, 709 N. Lincoln Ave., Bay City. 

WALSH. WILLIAM C, Petoskey. 

WALTON, CHARLES O., 715 Simpson St., Kalamazoo. 

WALTON, WENDELL W., 418 6th St., Detroit. 

WANGEN, WELLINGTON C, Ludington. 

WARNER, NEWTON E., 812 State St., Traverse City. 

WATHEN, ALBERT LEE, 100 Dexter Blvd., Detroit. 

WATSON, GEORGE W.. 215 Wildwood Ave., Jackson. 

WATT. W. B., Marion. 

WEBBER. ORRIN CLAY, Niles. 

WELLING, DAVID M., 608 E. Mitchell St., Petoskey. 

WELLMAN. SORONO T., Horton. 

WELLS, ALEXANDER N., Flint. 

WELLS. LOUIS S.. R. R. No. 5. Grand Rapids. 



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WELLSTEED, WALTER ALBERT, Brampton. 

WESSEL. W. A., Security Trust Bldg., Detroit. 

WESTBROOK, HARRY C, 39 Sanderson St., Battle Creek. 

WHELAN, JAMES THOMAS, 210 N. 14th St., Holland. 

WHITE, HOWELL S„ Ashton. 

WHITE, ORISON STEDDOM, no Virginia Park, Detroit. 

WICKWIRE, JAMES S.. 234 W. Washington St., Jackson. 

WILCOX, REX A., Leslie. 

WILKES. WILLIAM C, 203 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Detroit. 

WILKINSON, CHARLES EDWIN. R. F. D. No. 2, Bath. 

WILLIAMS. JOHN TYLER, R. F. D., No. 4, Sturgis. 

WILTSE, DUANE S.. 1028 Root St., Flint. 

WIMBLES, CLARK M„ 610 E. Grand River St., Howell. 



WINDOFT, CLARENCE B„ 1001 N. 4th St., Marquette. 

WISE, CHARLES L., 59 Allendale Ave., Detroit. 

WITHEY, HOWARD F., Reed City. 

WOLFF, SIMON E., Manchester. 

WOOD, EARL E., 320 N. Capitol Ave., Lansing. 

WOOD, GLEN E., Six Lakes. 

WOODRUFF, ALLEN W., Watervliet. 

YALLUP, VERNON G., 414 S. Grand Ave., Lansing. 

YARGER, TERRY F., Freeport. 

ZABEL, WALTER J., Sturgis. 

ZAGORSKI, JACK L.. 32 Sanford St., Muskegon. 

ZEWADSKI, CLARENCE B., 61 Tennyson Ave., Highland Park. 



MINNESOTA 



ACKERSON. CLIFTON WALTER, Elbow Lake. 

ADAMS, ALBRO A., 1059 Everett Court, St. Paul. 

ADAMS, RALPH ROLAND, 506— 3d Ave., Hibbing. 

ADOLFSEN, CARL A., 303 W. Pine St., St. Peter. 

ALBACHTON, WALTER E., 123 E. 3d St., Duluth. 

ALLANSON, GERALD RICHARD, 1619 Lagoon Ave., Minneapolis. 

AMUNDSON, ARTHUR P., Hitterdale, Clay Co. 

ANDERBERG, ROBERT W.. 291 N. Milton St., St. Paul. 

ANDERSON, ALFRED W., 129 Arthur Ave., S. E., Minneapolis. 

ANDERSON. ALVA E., St. Croix Lbr. & Mfg. Co., Winton. 

ANDERSON, ARTHUR L., 1491 Raymond Ave., St. Paul. 

ANDERSON, EMMET L., 1327 Lyndale Ave., N., Minneapolis. 

ANDERSON, M. A.. Pine City. 

ANDERSON. OSPER J.. 50s S. Franklin St., Austin. 

ANDERSON. WALFRED, Dalbo. 

ANDREWS, ROLAND G., 1809 Vine PI., Minneapolis. 

ANNES, EARLE C. Windom. 

ANONSEN, R. G., Windom. 

ARMS. JAMES P., 4121 Columbus Ave., S., Minneapolis. 

ARMSTRONG, FRANKLYN JAMES. 721 Guar. Life Bldg., St. Paul. 

ARMSTRONG, GILBERT S.. 1412 Portland Ave., Minneapolis. 

ARMSTRONG, GEORGE W., 2618 Fremont Ave., N.. Minneapolis. 

ATWOOD, CLARENCE EARL, Cokato. 

AURA, CARL A., 109 Washington St., Hibbing. 

BABCOCK, CLIFFORD S., Kasota. 

BABCOCK, FORREST E., Anoka. 

BALCH, EARLE H., 143 1 Capitol Ave., St. Paul. 

BANFIELD, EVERETT C, Austin. 

BARBER. FREDERICK G., 1510— E. 3d St.. Duluth. 

BARRY, EDWARD J., 1722 James Ave., N., Minneapolis. 

BARTLETT, VICTOR LELAND. Duluth. 

BAUERS, ELOI, 1834 Fremont Ave., N., Minneapolis. 

BEACH, EMORY W., 5124 Wentworth Ave., Minneapolis. 

BEATTY, FRANK W., c/o Marshall Wells Co., Duluth. 

BEATTY, R. T., 722 E. 1st St., Duluth. 

BEAUDOUX, GEORGE WILLIAM, 576 Lincoln Ave., St. Paul. 

BEAVERSON, GEORGE, 2511 N. Lyndale Ave., Minneapolis. 

BENSON, IVAN B., Ely. 



BERG, JOSEPH C, Kenyon. 

BERGLUND, STANFORD E., 1902 Penn Ave., N., Minneapolis. 
BERTSCH, HERBERT T., 3729 Pillsbury Ave., Minneapolis. 
BESCHENBOSSEL, ARTHUR W., 415 E. 4th St., Duluth. 
BIEDERMANN, HENRY W., Skyberg. 
BINNY, WILLIAM R.. Gilbert. 
BIRKELAND, BIRDEEN. Houston. 

BISSONETTE. WILLIAM C, 1122— 14th Ave., S. E., Minneapolis. 
BLAIR, CECIL CHARLES, 312 Chamber of Commerce, Minneapolis. 
BLOSSOM, GEORGE WILLIAMS, 2016 Aldrich Ave., S., Minneapolis. 
BLYLER, LaFOREST I., 427 Wheeler Ave. Mankato. 
BOERNER, FRANK C, 700 Lonsdale Bldg.. Duluth. 
BOLSTAD, SIGVARD, Dawson. 
BORNARTH, L. O., 877 W. 7th St.. St. Paul. 
BORNKAMP, CLARENCE A., 80 Clarence Ave., Minneapolis. 
BOURDAGHS, CLARENCE D.. 106 E. Chestnut St.. Stillwater. 
BOYLES, RALPH R., 1738 Grand Ave., St. Paul. 
BRADLEY, WALTER H., Paynesville. 

BRAITHWAITE, GEORGE F., 503 Washington Ave., S. E., Minne- 
apolis. 
BRANYEN, LEE P., 2512 Humbolt Ave., South, Minneapolis. 
BRATTLAND, ALLEN, Hendrum. 

BRIEL, JOHN HERBERT, R. F. D. No. 1. Winnebago. 
BRIGGS, DOUGLAS E., 184 E. Island Ave.. Minneapolis. 
BRISCO, VERNE CAVE, 1806— 3d Ave., S., Minneapolis. 
BROCK, GEORGE R.. 1069 Suburban Ave.. St. Paul. 
BROHM, OTTO EMIL, Hennepin Ave. & 10th St.. Minneapolis. 
BROOKS, ROBERT L., 1630 W. 26th St., Minneapolis. 
BROWN, EDWARD C, 496 Portland Ave., St. Paul. 
BROWN, JOHN G., 9 S. 39th St., West Duluth. 
BROWN, RALPH E., 803— 26th Ave., S., Minneapolis. 
BROWN, RAY A., 527— 5th St., S. E., Minneapolis. 
BROWN, STANLEY K., I7S3 Marshall Ave., St. Paul. 
BROWNLEE. FRANK R., 1703— sth Ave., Minneapolis. 
BRUHN, EDWIN W., 1500— 20th Ave., N., Minneapolis. 
BUDD, WILLIAM M., Montevideo. 

BUENGER, EDGAR W., 1270 S. Anthony Ave., St. Paul. 
CALHOUN, ROBERT A., 1038 Knox Ave., Minneapolis. 



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CAMPBELL, DONALD, Crookston. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN C, 3001 Graystone Rd., Duluth. 

CAPRON, RALPH EARL, 2403 Lake PI., Minneapolis. 

CARDLE, ORVILLE C, Blue Earth. 

CARLETON, HENRY G., 1826 Portland Ave., Minneapolis. 

CARLSON, ELOP J., 3318 — 10th Ave., S., Minneapolis. 

CASET, FRANK D., 3523 Garfield Ave., S., Minneapolis. 

CASTLE, LEWIS GOULD, 221s E. 1st St., Duluth. 

CHISOLM, RALPH W., 1787 Colfax Ave., S., Minneapolis. 

CHRISTENSEN. EMUN P., 2215— 23d Ave., S., Minneapolis. 

CLARKSON, J. PAUL, St. Charles. 

COG WIN, JAMES P., 1125 Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis. 

CONDON, JOHN W., 789 Osceola Ave., St. Paul. 

COON, CHAUNCEY C. 903— 1st Nat'l Soo Line Bldg., Minneapolis. 

CORBIN, EARL A., 4 Elba Ave., Eveleth. 

COSTELLO, HOWARD C, 17 16 Polk St., N. E., Minneapolis. 

COX, HANFORD FRANK, Cloquet. 

CROSBY, JOHN, Jr., 2104 Stevens Ave., Minneapolis. 

CROSS, CHARLES W., 626— 16th Ave. S. t East Minneapolis. 

CURTIS, EDWARD T., 708 W. Broadway, Winona. 

DAHLQUIST, WILLIAM E., 317 Prior Ave., St. Paul. 

DANE, CARLETON M., 2177 Iglehart Ave., St. Paul. 

DAVIDSON, HOWARD McDOUGAL, 706 E. Elm St., Waseca. 

DAY, WALTER L., Federal Land Bank, St. Paul. 

DEEN, JOSHUA L., Minnesota. 

DEGNAN, GEORGE W., Staples. 

DELL, ROGER L., Shakopee. 

DENTON, IVAN H., 201 E. 3d St., Duluth. 

DEUTZ, GEORGE J., 2200 Grand Ave., Minneapolis. 

DeVEAU, ROBERT W., 1783 S. Irving Ave., Minneapolis. 

DIKEMAN, CHARLES A., 2507 Girard Ave., N., Minneapolis. 

DILLON, T. O., Winona. 

DOERR, HENRY C, 2608 Bryant Ave., S., Minneapolis. 

DOHLEN, HJALMAR CLAUS O., R. No. 1, Box 30. Morris. 

DOWE, FRANKLIN S.. Jr., 1449 Grand Ave., St. Paul. 

DOYLE, RICHARD D., 266 N. St. Albans St., St. Paul. 

DRESSEL, PHILIP R., Silver Lake. 

DUNPHY, W. E., 600— 2d St., N. E., Little Falls. 

DURHAM, FRANK H., 3412— 31st Ave., S., Minneapolis. 

DWYER, PAUL A., 881 St. Clair St., St. Paul. 

EBLING, CLAUDE OLIVER, Barnesville. 

ECKEL, CHARLES L„ Winnebago. 

ECKER, WILLIAM C, Box No. 83, East Grand Forks. 

EDLING, AUGUST W., R. D. No. 8, Little Falls. 

EDWARDS, RALPH R.. Morriston. 

ELDREDGE, FRANCIS FIELD, 777 Grand Ave., St. Paul. 

ELLIOTT, LLOYD L., Jackson. 

EMERY, GEORGE C, 2120 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis. 

ENGEL, WILSON F., 2415 N. Upton Ave., Minneapolis. 

ENGH, CLARENCE R., 105— 8th St., S., Moorhead. 

ESKELSON, CARL L., Rushford. 

ESSLING, VICTOR E., Eveleth. 

EVA, VICTOR E., 213s Woodland Ave., Duluth. 

EVKENBECK, NORVAL RAY, Appleton. 



FAKLER, HERMAN M., 464 Johnson St., Winona. 

FIELDS, AUSTIN, 4909 Queen Ave. S., Minneapolis. 

FISHER, LAWRENCE D., 1931 Grayson Rd., Duluth. 

FJELDSTAD, GUSTAV A., Wells, Faribault Co., 

FLYNN, RAYMOND P., Bardsley. 

FOLEY, JOHN R., Foley Hotel, St. Paul. 

FOLEY, LYNDON L., 11 W. 48th St., Minneapolis. 

FORBES, ROBERT J., 9 B— 4th St., Morgan Park, Duluth. 

FRAKER, CHARLES D., 451 Kent Rd., Duluth. 

FRANCIS, CARL C, Renville. 

FRANSON, ELMER IRVIN, 136 E. 35th St., Minneapolis. 

FREDERICKS, WALTER F., 1828 N. E. Quincy St., Minneapolis. 

FREEMAN, JONES M., 319 Busch Terrace, Minneapolis. 

FREIMUTH, LOUIS, 1306 E. 2d St., Duluth. 

FRIDTHJOFF, ALME, 2521 London Rd., Duluth. 

FULLER, FRANK WINGFIELD, 736 Dayton Ave., St. Paul. 

GALLAGHER, THOMAS FRANCIS, 5th Ave., & 7th St., Faribault. 

GARDEEN, CARL J., Wyoming. 

GARON, JACOB, 517— 4th Ave. East, Duluth. 

GEBBARD, RALPH M., 1626 Taylor Ave., St. Paul. 

GLAESER, PAUL ARTHUR, Chaska. 

GLENN, HUGH, International Falls. 

GODETTE, WILLIAM M., 852 Albermarle St., St. Paul. 

GOLDENSTAR, ARTHUR L., 900 Palace Bldg., Minneapolis. 

GOODRICH, HAROLD E., 3741 Lindale Ave., Minneapolis. 

GOODSPEED, FRANK B., Waseca. 

GORDON, BEAUFORT M., Janesville. 

GORDY, GLIFFORD H., 215 S. Pearl St., Rochester. 

GORMAN, DAVID A., 441 Lynnhurst Ave., St. Paul. 

GOSSMAN, BYRON, 40s Hunter St., Crookston. 

GRANT, DONALD K., Hotel Maryland, Minneapolis. 

GRAY, JAMES BLISS, 412 Walnut St., S. E., Minneapolis. 

GREENWALDT, C. W., 1601 University Ave., S. E., Minneapolis. 

GREENWALT, HARRY J., Withrow. 

GREINER, OSCAR FRED, 709 Metropolitan Bank, Minneapolis. 

GRIEBENAW, RALPH R., Lake Crystal. 

GRIGGS, RICHARD LESLIE, 2502 E. 2d. St., Duluth. 

GRONVALL, ARNOLD, 2515— 10th Ave., S., Minneapolis. 

GRONVOLD, ALVIN L., Crookston. 

GROSS, LOUIS, 2854 Johnson St., N. E., Minneapolis. 

HAEUSLER, HARRY M., 773 Rondo St., St. Paul. 

HAGE, PEDER M., 821 Commerce Bldg., St. Paul. 

HALVORSON, GEORGE P., 115 Church St., Peterson. 

HAGEN, BERG J., Pine Creek. 

HAGEN, SIGURD, Underwood. 

HALVORSON, HARRY M., 528 Laurel Ave., W., Fergus Falls. 

HAMMOND, HAROLD E., 1127 W. 3d St., Faribault. 

HANSEN, IVAN O., 106 E. 14th St., Minneapolis. 

HANSEN, PHILIP H., 393 N. Dale St., St. Paul. 

HANSON, GEORGE MAGNUS, 313— 4th Ave., S., Breckenridge. 

HARTLE, HENRY WILLIAM, 224 Rose St., Owatonna. 

HAUPT, DAVID R., 2095 Commonwealth Ave., St. Paul. 

HAUSER, ERIC V.. Jr., 827 Mound St.. St. Paul. 

HAWLEY, STUART, 1838 Portland Ave., St. Paul. 



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HAY, CLIFFORD W., 1720 E. 3d St., Duluth. 

HEALD, JOHN A., 1820 Park Ave., Minneapolis. 

HECK, BERNARD, 418 Rice St., St. Paul. 

HEDENBERG, GEORGE A., 452s E. Peabody St., Duluth. 

HEFFELFINGER, FRANK P., Wayzata. 

HENCH, HARRY O., 220 Cecil St., S. E.. Minneapolis. 

HENKEL, FOREST F., White Bear Lake. 

HEARNING, RALPH L., 1620 Thomas Ave., St. Paul. 

HIGHBERG, RAY A., 109— 7th St., S., St. Peter. 

HILL, FREDERICK, Two Harbors. 

HILL, G. E., 416 Erie St. S. E., Minneapolis. 

HILLEBOE, GUY L., 702— 5th Ave., S. E., Minneapolis. 

HILLMAN, WILLIAM R., 396 Dewey Ave.. St. Paul. 

HOAGLAND, FRANK L., Marshall. 

HOARD, WILLIAM T., 104 N. 5th St., Montevideo. 

HOCHMUTH, GEORGE C, Gladstone. 

HOLM, ADOLPH F„ 2025— 30th Ave., S., Minneapolis. 

HOLMAN, JAMES LUSK, 557 Dayton Ave., St. Paul. 

HOSP, JOSEPH A., Hopkins. 

HURLEY, ARLEM P., Detroit. 

HURLEY, FRANK W., 935 Portland Ave., St. Paul. 

IHLE, JOSEPH, 427 W. 7th St., St. Paul. 

ISKER, HAROLD W., Osseo. 

JACOB, LEWIS OSCAR, Jackson St., Anoka. 

JAFFARAY, CLIVE P., 2433 Irving Ave., Minneapolis. 

JARBOE, JOHN F., 206 N. 3d St., Minneapolis. 

JAROSCOK, PAUL, 2315— 2d St.. N E., Minneapolis. 

JENNE, DONALD E., 2924 Dean Bird, Minneapolis. 

JEROME, WILLIAM H., 124 Nash St., Crookston. 

JEUV, RAYMOND A., 1524 — 20th Ave., N., Minneapolis. 

JEVNE, GEORGE W., 1830 Stevens Ave. S., Minneapolis. 

JEWELL, EARLE B., Y. M. C. A., Minneapolis. 

JOHNSON. ARNOLD T., Box 773, Two Harbors. 

JOHNSON, CARL E., 355 Cromb St., Crookston. 

JOHNSON, CLAUS W., 621— 26th Ave., S., Minneapolis. 

JOHNSON, DELMER, Box No. 19, Carlton. 

JOHNSON, EDGAR W. E„ 912— 23d Ave. N. E., Minneapolis 

JOHNSON, FLOYD B., St. Peter. 

JOHNSON, HARMON W., Box No. 325, Warren. 

JOHNSON, HILDING O., Royalton. 

JOHNSON, JESSE B., Lanesboro. 

JOHNSTON, CLARENCE HOWARD, Jr., ii Crocus Hill, St. Paul. 

JOHNSTON, KENNETH A., 1457 Capitol Ave., St. Paul. 

JULSRUD, ROLF G., 930 College Ave., Red Wing. 

JURGENSEN, ROYAL J., Jasper. 

KAMUCHEY, PETER E., 518 Exchange Bank Bldg., St. Paul. 

KELLOGUE, PAUL C, 3021 — 15th Ave., S., Minneapolis. 

KENNY, JOHN TITUS, 1818 E. 4th St., Duluth. 

KERFOOT, PAUL S.. 1495 Hewitt Ave., St. Paul. 

KERLANSKI, REUBEN, 449— I9th Ave., N. 5th St., St. Cloud. 

KILGORE, JAMES P., 370 Robert St., St. Paul. 

KINNEY, FRANK U., 3500 University Ave., Minneapolis. 

KLESSIG, ROLAND J., New Richland. 

KOEHLER, STANLEY L., 324 S. Broadway, New Ulm. 



KONOP, JOHN G., 224— 5th St., N., Virginia. 
KREMER, RUSSELL C, Grand Rapids. 
LALIBERTE, ARSENE H., 215— 2d St., N. E., Minneapolis. 
LAMBERT, EDMUND BRYAN, 944 Dayton Ave., St. Paul. 
LAMMERS, WYMAN L., 1909 James Ave., S., Minneapolis. 
LANGSJOEN, SVEN, Dalton. 
LARSEN, ROY W., 214 Houston Ave., Crookston. 
LARSON, VICTOR P., 316— 5th Ave., N., Virginia. 
LAUBACK, ARTHUR HENRY, 71 W. Winifred St.. St. Paul. 
LAVINE, LAWRENCE A., St. Peter. 
LINDELL, WALTER E., 428 Franklin St., Red Wing. 
LINDEMAN, PAUL H.. Redwood Falls. 
LINDQUIST, CLARENCE G., Cromwell. 
LINDSTROM, LUTHER A., Ortonville. 
LINDSAY, GEORGE E., Radisson Hotel, Minneapolis. 
LIST, CARL A., 3154 Excelsior Ave., Minneapolis. 
LOEPP, ARTHUR C, Oakebend. 

LUNCHE, HYMAN M., 805 Bassett PI., N., Minneapolis. 
LUND, ROBERT J., Wanamingo. 

LYNCH, ARTHUR, C. P., 315 W. 33d St., Minneapolis. 
MCALLISTER, RUSH, Redwood Falls. 
McBEAN, ALAN J., 5705 London Rd., Duluth. 
McCANN, JOHN J., Thief River Falls. 

MCCARTHY, CHARLES H., 2652 Bryant St., S.. Minneapolis. 
McCULLOUGH, B. M., 3348 Bryant Ave., S., Minneapolis. 
McENARY, DALE R., 2324 Pleasant Ave. S., Minneapolis. 
McGEARY, CLARENCE V., 886 Marshall Ave., St. Paul. 
McGOVERN, SYLVESTER, 959 Bayless Ave., St. Paul. 
McHUGH, JOHN L„ 722— 18th Ave.. E., Duluth. 
McMILLAN, HOWARD I., 239 Clifton Ave., Minneapolis. 
McMILLAN, JOHN RUSSELL, 428 W. Franklin Ave., Minneapolis. 
McQUIGGAN, DONALD, 4133 Garfield Ave., Minneapolis. 
MacKAY, NORMAN W., 119 Parsons St., Mankato. 
MAASS, HARRY H., 1224 Mary Place, Minneapolis. 
MAGNUSSON, CARL W„ 4410 W. Reno St., West Duluth. 
MAHAN, JOHN A., 321 Birch St., Chisholm. 
MALONE, THOMAS J., c/o The Tribune, Minneapolis. 
MARKHAM, JAMES L., Janesville. 

MARSHALL, GEORGE S., 64 Groveland Terrace, Minneapolis. 
MARTIN, FRANK L., 3426— 3d Ave., S., Minneapolis. 
MASHEK, JOHN R., Gen. Del., Ivanhoe. 
MATSON, PAUL, 946 Arkwright St., St. Paul. 
MATTERN. HAROLD F., 2401 Bryant Ave., S., Minneapolis. 
MELBY, RICHARD V., R. F. D. No. 3, Excelsior. 
MELVILLE, JAMES CONDIT, 818 Builders Exch., Minneapolis. 
MERRY, O. M., 604 N. 4th St., Stillwater. 
MEYER, ARTHUR K., 4131 Bryant Ave., N., Minneapolis. 
MEYER, EDWIN A., Box No. 265, Wabasha. 

MICHENER. CARROLL KINSEY, Minneapolis Athletic Club. Min- 
neapolis. 
MILLER, JOSEPH A., Monticello. 

MILLER, LAWRENCE B., R. No. 3, Box No. 29, Jackson. 
MITCHELL, W. D., 1006 Merchants Bank Bldg., St. Paul. 
MONROE, YOST T., Hughes Hotel, Virginia. 



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MONSON, PHILIP R., Dalton. 

MONTGOMERY, HUGH, c/o Madison R. R. Co., Madison. 

MOODY, H. W., 201 Pioneer Bldg., St. Paul. 

MOORE, THOMAS EARL, 701 — 8th St., S. E., Minneapolis. 

MORLAN, OGDEN C, 710 Lincoln Ave., St. Paul. 

MORROW, KENNETH S., 413 Ontario St. S. E., Minneapolis. 

MORTONSON. ODEN R„ 721 Hollet Ave., Crookston. 

MUNROE, YOST T., Virginia. 

MURPHY, HARRY A., 3119— 2d Ave., S., Minneapolis. 

MURPHY, JOHN A.. Anoka. 

MURPHY, PAUL B., 2434 Stevens Ave., Minneapolis. 

MURPHY, WILLIAM H., 686 Fairmont Ave., St. Paul. 

MYHR, JULIUS B., 2414— 35th Ave. S., Minneapolis. 

MYSER, HARRY G., S. Grove Agcy., St. Paul. 

NADEAU, WILLIAM J., Campbell. 

NASH, ARTHUR S., Hopkins. 

NASH, FONTAINE M., Nashua. 

NEDERMAN, ROBERT B., 740 Edmund St., St. Paul. 

NEDTVEDT, MAGNUS, 700 N. Linden Ave., Northfield. 

NELSON, CONRAD A., Glenville. 

NELSON, LOUIS N., 1224 S. 2nd St., Stillwater. 

NELSON, LYMAN ABNER, 318 Summer St., Albert Lea. 

NELSON, NELS LEONARD, 507— 7th St., S., Virginia. 

NELSON, PAUL W., P. O. Box 187, Two Harbors. 

NESS, NORMAN, Cottonwood. 

NEWHOUSE, EDWIN, Caledonia. 

NICHOLSON, HARRY GILBERT, 623 N. Main St., Crookston. 

NILES, JAMES BRYANT, 2232 Carter Ave., St. Paul. 

NOLAN, RAYMOND DANIEL, Gilbert. 

NORDSTROM. CARL P,. 372s Longfellow Ave., Minneapolis. 

NOREEN, EDWARD E., Herman. 

NORTON, ARTHUR D., 2718 Taylor St., N. E., Minneapolis. 

NUMERO, JOSEPH A., 4629 Aldrich Ave., Minneapolis. 

NYLUND, EDWARD ISAAC, New York Mills. 

O'BRIEN, VINCENT R., 1149 Summit Ave., St. Paul. 

ODELL, BERT H., Watertown. 

OLSEN, WILLIAM R., 45 S. Lexington Ave., St. Paul. 

ORDWAY, JOHN G., 485 Summit Ave., St. Paul. 

OSMAN, ARTHUR J., 315 E. 2d St., Duluth. 

OVERN, ALFRED V., Albert Lea. 

PARKER. ERWING G., War Road. 

PAULSEN, DAVID F., c/o Rev. M. G. Paulsen, Albert Lea. 

PAULSON, NORMAN B., Minneapolis Athletic Club, Minneapolis. 

PEARSON, ALBIN S., 1720 Laurel Ave., St. Paul. 

PEARSON, GEORGE W., R. R. No. i, Winthrop. 

PETERSON, CHARLES H., 916 Maple St., Stillwater. 

PETERSON, CLARENCE E., White Bear Lake. 

PETERSON, CYRUS KENNETH, 427 Herschel Ave., St. Paul. 

PETERSON, RODNEY MELVIN, 1054 Loeb St., St. Paul. 

PETRIE, ROY ADISON, Deer Creek. 

PHILLIPS, JOHN, c/o H. A. Tarrison, Princeton. 

PHILLIPS, THOMAS A., Angus Hotel, St. Paul. 

PIEPER, ROY A., 127 Lexington Ave., St. Paul. 

POEHLER, KENNETH C, 252 W. Franklin Ave.. Minneapolis. 



POND, HAROLD J., 3315 Garfield Ave., Minneapolis. 

POSS, HAROLD G., Franklin. 

POWERS, EDWARD L., 494 Ashland St., St. Paul. 

PRIEST, PAUL LESLIE, 14 Curtis Court, Minneapolis. 

PROTHERS, HAROLD VERNON, 3036— 4th Ave. S., Minneapolis. 

PRUDDEN, GEORGE H., 169s Portland Ave., St. Paul. 

PRUDDEN, WESTON D., 326— 13th Ave. E., Duluth. 

QUIGLEY, P. J., Winona. 

QUIRK, WILLIAM M., 312 W. Congress St., St. Paul. 

RANDALL, JOHN H., 2544 Pillsbury Ave., Minneapolis. 

RASMUSSEN, BEN A., R. F. D., No. 4, Box No. 3, Duluth. 

RECH, WILLIS C., 1597 Marshall Ave., St. Paul. 

REDFIELD, FRANK L., Cloquet. 

REHNKE, EDGAR BENJAMIN, 928— 7th St.. S. E., Minneapolis. 

REITAN, MELVIN A., Moorhead. 

RENDELL, HAROLD E., 3137 Holmes Ave., S., Minneapolis. 

RICE, LOREN S., Appleton. 

RICHARDS, CLARENCE, Solana. 

RICHARDSON, ALLEN C, St. Charles. 

RICHARDSON, KENNETH CARROLL, Anoka. 

ROSE, JOHN L., 131 1 Yale PI., Minneapolis. 

ROSKE, LEONARD G„ 1206 E. 3d St., Duluth. 

ROTH, HARVEY D., c/o Faribault Journal, Faribault. 

ROTHSCHILD, H. L., South StiUwater. 

ROWAN, FRANK, Lewiston. 

RUSSELL, JOHN A., 2733 Stevens Ave., Minneapolis. 

SATHER, INAR, Scanlon. 

SCHINDLER, ARTHUR F., 1709 Lagoon Ave., Minneapolis. 

SCHMITZ, ANDREW D„ 312 Nelson Ave., St. Paul. 

SCHUMACHER, L. J.. Lamberton. 

SCHUMACHER, RAYMOND E., Apt. 258, 1212 Yale Place. Minne 

apolis. 
SEIPEL, RAYMOND L., 1120— 8th St. S. E., Minneapolis. 
SHEARER. JAMES DAVID, 1912 S. Queen Ave., Minneapolis. 
SHEPHERD, HAROLD J., Janesville. 

SHEPLEY, LEONARD, c/o Merchants Trust & Savings Bank, St. Paul. 
SHERWIN, C. W., Monticello. 

SHU M WAY, MERLINE H., 1820 Crystal Lake Ave., Minneapolis. 
SKOGSTAD, OTIS, Grand Meadow. 
SMITH, ALLEN, Barnesville. 
SMITH. GORDON P., Redwood Falls. 
SMITH, RAY FRANCIS, 204s Iglehart Ave., St. Paul. 
SNEYD, ALFRED A., Ryan Hotel, St. Paul. 
SNOW, CLARENCE J., Lesueur. 

SODERHOLM, WILLIAM M., 720 Cleveland St., Red Wing. 
SOLBERG, NELS G., Route No. 2, Milaca. 
SORENSON, HENRY L., R. No. 2, Jackson. 
SPAETH, GEORGE H., 205 S. Chatsworth St., St. Paul. 
SPAETH, WESLEY W., 205 S. Chatsworth St., St. Paul. 
SPELLACY, ALOYSIUS W., 3307 University Ave., S., Minneapolis. 
STADSVOLD, FRANCIS H., Fosston. 

STELLWAGEN, SEIFORDE M., 2210 Aldrich Ave., S., Minneapolis. 
STEMPEK, HENRY ALBERT, 466 Farrington St., St. Paul. 
STEMPER, HARRY N., 2718 Hennepin Ave., Mil neapolis. 



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STEVENS, WILLIAM S., Riverside, Duluth. 

STRAND, COXEY ELLING, 51s S. E. 15th Ave., Minneapolis. 

STRAND, EDWIN L., Two Harbors. 

SULLIVAN, GEORGE C, 2739 W. Helm St., Duluth. 

SVERDRUP, LEIP JOHN, 710— 21st Ave., S., Minneapolis. 

SWANSTROM, EUGENE T., 4037 Oakland Ave., Minneapolis. 

TAYLOR, WILLARD BRUSH, 164 Arthur Ave., Minneapolis. 

TEARSE, ROBERT JAMES, 275 Harriet St., Winona. 

TEMPLE, HERBERT M., Jr., 891 Fairmont Ave., St. Paul. 

THOMAS, HOWARD M., 366 Center St., Winona. 

THOMAS, WILLIAM W., 325 Lincoln St., Hibbing. 

THOMPSON, HORACE, 764 Lincoln Ave., St. Paul. 

THOMPSON, ROBERT R., Wallace Hall, Macalester College, St. 

Paul. 
THORBURN, JOHN B., 829 E. 1st St., Duluth. 
THUNE, CHORAN ENOCH, 310— 4th St., Albert Lea. 
TINDALL, MATTHEW E., 310— 5th Ave. S., St. Cloud. 
TOMASEK, ANTHONY, 309 Oneida St., St. Paul. 
TORELLE, ARTHUR N., 2824 Garfield Ave., Minneapolis. 
TORMEY, BRISCOE A., 1749 Princeton Ave., St. Paul. 
TRACEY, CORNELIUS P., 3844 Coilsbeaux Ave., Minneapolis. 
TROUT, KARL H., 948 Hastings Ave., St. Paul. 
TRUOG, NICHOLAS WILLIAM. Swanville. 
TUFTY, NORMAN H.. 425 E. 2d St., Duluth. 
VALESH, JOHN R., Veseli. 

VAUGHAN, JAMES A., 2427 Park Ave., Minneapolis. 
VOLLMER, RUDOLPH H., 2436— 17th Ave. S., Minneapolis. 
WACHHOLZ, ARTHUR OTTO, 407 E. 10th St., Winona. 
WALKER, HARRY R., Hill City. 
WALL, ALBERT O., Ogilvie. 
WALLIS, R. C, 2086 Iglehart Ave., St. Paul. 
WARDEN, LEE M., 2112 Humboldt Ave. S., Minneapolis. 
WARE, RICHMOND AMES, c/o Log Cabin Products Co., St. Paul. 
WARNER, ELLIS B., 3544— 1st Ave. S., Minneapolis. 
WASTVEDT, GEORGE, Hawley. 
WEBB, ARTHUR E., Sleepy Eye. 



WEBSTER, W. B., 772 Linwood Place, St. Paul. 
WEEKS, ALLEN L., 427— 6th St., S. E., Minneapolis. 
WEIDENBORNER. RAYMOND FRANCIS, 725 Goodrich Ave., St. 

Paul. 
WEIGLEY, HORACE C, 69 Langford Park PI., St. Paul. 
WEINMANN, ERNEST W., 611 E. 16th St., Minneapolis. 
WEISEL, HENRY E., 930 College Ave., Red Wing. 
WELLES, LEONARD R., 201 1 Pillsbury Ave., Minneapolis. 
WELLS, MAHLON DEE, 2429 Aldrich Ave., S., Minneapolis. 
WENTZELL, MELVILLE B., Moorhead. 

WERDENHOFF, JAMES H., 1031 Portland Ave., Minneapolis. 
WESTLAND, OSCAR J., 3500— 1st Ave. S., Minneapolis. 
WETHERN, MILTON E., Champlin. 
WEUN, RUDOLPH L., 622— 6th St. S., Moorhead. 
WHITE, CHARLES C, Marshall. 
WHITE, EDWIN, 94 E. 4th St., St. Paul. 
WHITE, LEWIS W., 201— S2d Ave., Duluth. 
WHITNEY, RALPH D., Princeton. 

WHITNEY, ROBERT EUGENE, 527 W. 5th St. Winona. 
WIKE, FRANK R., 2519 Minnesota Ave., Duluth. 
WILK, MORTIMER ALBAN, 604— sth Ave. S.. Moorhead. 
WILKINSON, HARRY V., 4"S E. Superior St., Duluth. 
WILLCOX, HERBERT A., Kasota. 
WILLIS, L. E., 201 N. 7th St., Minneapolis. 
WILSON, PHILIP, 623 S. Broadway, Stillwater. 
WILTSCHECK, BENJAMIN E., 507 N. Minnesota St., New Ulm. 
WITHEY, JOHN HOWARD, c/o Northrup King Co.. Minneapolis. 
WOLVIN, JOSEPH A., Stillwater. 

WOOD, RICHARD FOULKS, 409 Cherry St., Mankato. 
WORKMAN, DAVID T., R. F. D. No. 1, Excelsior. 
WRIGHT, FERD. B., 42 Newton Ave., Minneapolis. 
YERXA, DWIGHT KEYES, 419 Oak Grove St., Minneapolis. 
YOUNGDAHL, BEN, 2949 Lyndale Ave., Minneapolis. 
YOUNGDAHL, LUTHER W., 2948 Lyndale Ave., Minneapolis. 
YOUNGQUIST. WALTER R., 617 Cedar St., St. Peter. 
YVEN, CHRISTIAN A., 1615— 3d St., N. E., Minneapolis. 



MISSISSIPPI 



ALLBRITTON, EMANUEL, Dlo. 

AMSLER, ERNEST G., Box 248, Leakesville. 

APPLEWHITE, RAYMOND G., Vaiden. 

ARENZ, WILLIAM B., Vicksburg. 

ARERHOLDT, THOMAS S.. Friar Point. 

ARNETT, BURNEY K., Louisville. 

AUSTIN, OLIVER V., Ellisville. 

BARRON, DAVIS N., Pearl. 

BAYLIS, GEORGE BENJAMIN, Jr., R. R. i, Hattiesburg. 

BEALL, CARLOS, Liberty. 

BELL, JOHN A., Greenwood. 

BELL, JOHN C, Brookville. 

BELLENGER, PAUL, 734 North St., Jackson. 

BILLINGSLEY, MARTIN C, Gen. Del., Winona. 

BRELAND, NEWTON B., Anner, Hancock Co. 



BREWERE, THOMAS O., Senatobia. 

BRICKELL. CARY M., Gen. Del.. Yazoo City. 

BROWN, BERNARD L., Shubuta. 

BROWN. ISAAC W., Caledonia. 

BROWN, RAYMOND W., Greenwood. 

BROWN. WILLIAM A., 12th St., & 23d Ave., Meridian. 

BUCKLEY, ELLIS C, R. F. D. No. 1, Pinola. 

BULLOCK, CLARENCE, Florence. 

BURSON, DANIEL W.. Randolph. 

BUTTS, LUCIUS M.. 1508 Cherry St., Vicksburg. 

CALDWELL, DAVID D., Carthage. 

CALDWELL. HERVY M.. Louisville. 

CASSIDY, TOM P.. Saltillo. 

CHAMPION. SID S.. Edwards. 

CHIPMAN, JOHN, Pascagoula. 



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CLARDY. WILL J., c/o White, Westbrook & Co., West Point. 

COLE. MARSHAL E.. Ruth. 

COLEMAN, WILLIAM G.. Pheba. 

COLLINS, JOSEPH J., Hardy. 

COLLINS. O. W.. Ellisville. 

COLMER, ROBERT P., Gen. Del.. Moss Point. 

COOK. SAM E.. 320 N. West St., Jackson. 

COX, REUBEN, Booneville. 

CRESSWELL, WALTER F.. Valley. 

CROSBY. DAYTON HOLMES. Moselle. 

CROSBY, HENRY T„ Leland. 

CRUMPTON, JOHN R.. Sturgis. 

CRUTHIRDS, WILLIAM RUSSELL, Lyman. 

CURRIE. EDWARD ALEXANDER, 706 James St., Hattiesburg. 

DAVIS, JOHN H., Jr.. New Augusta. 

DAVIS, STANTON W.. Richton. 

DAVIS. WILLIAM PHILIP. Escatawpa. 

DAY. BERTRAM H., Gen. Del.. Liberty. 

De JONG, HAROLD J., Gen. Del., Orange Grove. 

De LOACH, ROBERT G., 312 Henderson St., Greenwood. 

DICKSON, ALBERT C, Escatawpa. 

DlCKSON. NOLAN S., Gen. Del., Woodville. 

DONALD, ROBERT H.. Quitman. 

DOYLE. CHARLES W., Water Valley. 

DULANEY. JOHN W., Greenwood. 

DUNAWAY. LUCIUS L., Fernwood. 

DUNN. WILLIAM W., Oxford. 

DUNNING, FRED S., 310 S. Liberty St., Canton. 

DYESS, MACK G.. R. F. D. 1. Laurel. 

EATON, ORANGE B., 820 Sixth Ave., Laurel. 

EMERICH, JOHN O.. 602 New York Ave., McComb. 

EVANS, ROY B., Gen. Delivery, Minter City. 

FAIRFIELD, RODNEY MONTFORT, 1303 S. Main St., Carthage. 

FANT, JOHN C, Ripley. 

FEIGLER, BENJAMIN C, Minter City. 

FINLAY. STEVE A., Greenville. 

FITZPATRICK, HUGH W., Pass Christian. 

FLANAGAN, HAKS G., Greenwood. 

FLOYD, HARRY C, Meridian. 

GARVEY, HENRY N., 912 Speed St., Vicksburg. 

GATES, LLOYD H., Como. 

GOOGE, WILLIAM V., 702 Marietta St., Booneville. 

GRANBERRY, DENNIS P., Lux. 

GRANBERRY, WILLIAM E., Lux. 

•GRAVES, WILLIAM O., Montpelier, Clay Co. 

GREAVES, HARRY B., Flora. 

GREEN, FRANK LEAHY, Bay, St. Louis. 

HAFTER, JEROME S., Greenville. 

HALL, WOOD B., Lake Como. 

HALLIBURTON, FRANK X., Dahomy. 

HAND. CHARLES C, Shubuta. 

HAND, JAMES, Jr., Purvis. 

HANWAY, JOHN CHRISTOPHER, 317 So. Broad St., Greenville. 

HARTHCOCK, BILLIE F„ Ebenezer. 



HEATH. JOHN W., Port Gibson. 
HEINDL, PAUL A., 619— 31st Ave., Meridian. 
HENKEL, MARRITT R., Crawford. 
HENLEY, WILLIAM I., Gen. Del., Prairie. 
HENRY, WILLIAM F., Goodman. 
HESTER, CLYDE L., Taylorsville. 
HILLER. EUGENE A., Calhoun City. 
HOLDER. DEWITT H., 214 Griffith St., Jackson. 
HOLDER, SOLOMON S., 716 Kilpatrick, Corinth. 
HOLLOWELL, CLAUDE, Zeiglerville. 
HOWARD, ELZA R., Decatur. 
HULL, JOSEPH W., Starkville. 
HUNTINGTON, THORPE A., Pontotoc. 
JOHNSON, EMMETT SIDNEY, Winterville. 
JOHNSON. H. H., Lexington. 

JOINER, CLAUDE W.. 46 W. Broad St., West Point. 
JONES, JAMES R., Leland. 
JORDAN, FLOYD B., Ellisville. 
KEITH, J. Y., Walnut. 
KING, JOHN M.. Shannon. 
LAPEYRE, JEAN M.. Bay St. Louis. 
LARKIN. MARION E., Columbus. 
LEE. MARK E., Ocean Springs. 
LEONARD, HERBERT T., Kosciusko. 
LEWIS, BEN H., Route No. 3, Bogue Chitto. 
LEWY. BERTRAM M., Greenville. 
LONG, HAMILTON A., Hazlehurst. 
LOWE, MARION E., Water Valley. 
LOWREY, LAWRENCE T., Blue Mountain. 
LOWREY, WILLIAM T.. Blue Mountain. 
LUCKETT. ELMER B., Blue Mountain. 
LUTKEN, ALFRED, Logtown. 

LYONS, CHESTER T., 1613— 20th Avenue, Gulfport. 
McALISTER, JOHN T., 1421 Robinson St., Jackson. 
McCLENDON. BUR WELL B., R. F. D. 1, Jackson. 
McCLENNAN, ROBERT E., West Point. 
McGHEE, CLYDE. Summit. 
McGOWAN, BATES, Jackson. 
McGOWAN, GEORGE F., Gen. Del., Biloxi. 
McINNIS, JORDAN H., 506 Walnut St., Hattiesburg. 
McKAY, HADEN M., Agricultural College. 

McKAY, REUBEN D.. Mississippi Normal College. Hattiesburg. 
McKINSTRY. GEORGE C, 302 Gross St., Laurel. 
MATHEWS, ESTES R., Greenwood. 
MAYFIELD, ROBERT L., Sylvarena. 
MAYFIELD, THOMAS M., Sylvarena. 
MAYHALL, NATHANIEL GARROW, Marks. 
MAYS, HERBERT, 610 Sixteenth Ave., Meridian. 
MERCIER, DEWITT, Beauregard. 

MILES, THOMAS W., c/o Mrs. J. A. Budd, R. R. No. 2-18. A. Gulf- 
port. 
MILLER, MAX E., Laurel. 

MILNER, WILLIAM W., 900 River Ave., Hattiesburg. 
MITCHELL, LYMAN BURGE, R. F. D. No. 2, Rienzi. 



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MITCHENER, JASPER C, 354 Broadway, Tupelo. 

MOORE, CLARENCE V., Tunica. 

MOORE, ELLIS C, Carthage, Leake Co. 

MOORE, JAMES L., Coldwater. 

MOUNGER, HENRY J., Columbia. 

MURDOCK, GENTRY D., 206 Walthall St., Greenwood. 

MURRAH, ERNEST D., Mendenhall. 

NASON, RICHARD H., Dubard. 

NORMAN, W. L., Houlka. 

OSWALT, JEFFERSON A.. Long View. 

OUERSTREET, L. L., 715 Boine St., Hattiesburg. 

PALMER, GEORGE M., Pigeon Hill Road, Wesson. 

PARNELL, FREDERICK D., Gen. Del., Bogue Chitto. 

PELLER, JOHN A., Falkner. 

PETERSON, ROBERT D., Ellisville. 

PICKETT, ARTHUR WILLIAM, 703 Mo. Avenue, Columbia. 

PIERSON, THOMAS, Grenada. 

PIGFORD, FLOYD K., Meridian. 

PITTMAN, RICHARD C, Coffeeville. 

POLK, EDGAR C, Hattiesburg. 

POTTER, RICHARD HENRY. Lumberton. 

PROVINN, JOHN W., Clinton. 

RAMSAY, GRANVILLE S., Collins. 

RANKIN, JOHN E., Tupelo. 

REA, REMBERT A., Wesson. 

REDDOCH, BENJAMIN F., Bassfield. 

REXACH, ROLAND, Box 343, Bay St., Louis. 

RICE. JOHN D., Sardis. 

RICHARDSON, THOMAS B., R. F. D. 1, Hattiesburg. 

ROBERTS, BURT L., Dlo. 

ROBIN, THEODORE T., 1142 North West St., Jackson. 

ROGERS, SYLVESTER E., R. 1, New Hebron. 

ROSS, ROBERT M., Hattiesburg. 

ROWAN, THOMAS J., Liberty. 

SCALES, WALTER M., Starkville. 

SCANLON, VICTOR M., Hattiesburg. 

SCHLOSS, CHARLES M., Woodville. 

SCRUGGS, ARTHUR E., Sherman. 

SEGRIS1, DAVID O., Peyton. 

SELSER, EUGENE M., 201 West sth St., Hattiesourg. 

SHERRARD D., Kosciusko. 

SHERROD, JULIAN, Columbus. 

SIMMONS, HANSFORD L., Magnolia. 



SIMMONS, MARSHALL M., Lake. 

SIMPSON. ROBERT E., Crystal Springs. 

SMITH, CLARENCE D.. Florence. 

SMITH, MARSHALL EDGAR, Tylertown. 

SMITH, OSCAR Z.. Leakesville. 

SMITH, WHITNEY E., Greenwood 

SMITH. WILEY C, P. O. Box 324. Clinton. 

SMITH, WILLIAM HOWARD, Florence. 

SOMERVILLE, ABRAM D.. Cleveland. 

SPROLES, SPENCER R., Silver City. 

SPURLOCK, KIRBY L., R. F. D. 3, Summit. 

STALLWORTH, CHARLES G., Drew. 

STEWART. ERNEST McF., Liberty. 

STILES, BERT W., 1321 N. President St., Jackson. 

SUMMERVILLE, ABE, Cleveland. 

SUMRALL. WILBUR R., Crystal Springs. 

TATE. JAMES J., R. F. D., Osyka. 

TEMPLETON, ALEXIS H., Carpenter. 

THROWER, TINSLEY B., 41 Court St.. West Point. 

TWEATT. WILLIAM F., Pope. 

TRIPLETT, ERNEST R., Louisville. 

TROTTER, CLAYTON M.. Vaiden. 

TROTTER, IDE P., Shaw. 

VAIDEN, THOMAS C, Vaiden. 

VIRDEN, BOWMAN H., Cynthia. 

VIRDEN, WALTER, Jr., Cynthia. 

WALL, SIDNEY O., Congress Hts., Greenwood. 

WALLACE, WILLIE D., R. F. D. 2, Beach, Scott Co. 

WARE. DOUGLAS, 770 N. State St., Jackson. 

WATSON, EDGAR L., Seminary. 

WEATHERBY, JAMES S., 307 S. Liberty St., Canton. 

WEAVER, ROBERT A., 654 Jefferson St., Tupelo. 

WEBB, GEORGE H., 151 Adams St., Jackson. 

WEBB, HERNANDO D., Grenada. 

WELCH, GEORGE A., 704 W. Pine St., Hattiesburg. 

WILLIAMS, E. C. Dlo. 

WILLIAMS, PARHAM H.. Ruth. 

WILSON, ROBERT H., 956 Oak St., Greenwood. 

WOODS, FORD V.. 94s Boyd St., Jackson. 

WOOLEY. OTIS B., Liberty. 

WORTHAM, EBEN ALEXANDER, 603 Main St., Greenville. 

YATES, FRED C, Collins. 



MISSOURI 



ABELES, JOHN TAUSSIG, 4140 Washington Ave., St. Louis. 
ACCOLA, JOHN A., Mendon. 
ADAMS, ELBERT CLYDE, Oxly. 

ADDINGTON, JAMES T. B., 371S Westminster PI., St. Louis. 
ALBUS, LEON HANSEN, 728 N. 22nd St., St. Joseph. 
ALEXANDER, CHARLES F., 516 Knickerbocker Place, Kansas City. 
ALTER, DONALD RHODES, 230 W. Adams St., Kirkwood. 
ALTSCHULER, SIDNEY L„ c/o Frankel, Frank & Co., Kansas City. 



ANDERSON, ALONZO F.. 3624 Wabash Ave., Kansas City. 
ANDERSON, LIVINGSTON L. C, 1329 Mountain Rd.. Kansas City. 
ANDREWS. GEORGE WILBUR, 1308 A. North Kings Highway, St. 

Louis. 
APPEL, HILMAR G., 1403 Ruby Ave.. Kansas City. 
AULL. ROBERT P. B., 4529 Westminster PI., St. Louis. 
AUSTIN, BURTON L., 4125 Michigan Ave., Kansas City. 
AUSTIN, ROBERT HERNDON, 418 S. Colorado St., Kansas City. 



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BAILEY, FRANK Q., Moundville. 

BAIN, PATTERSON J., 5727 Enright Ave., St. Louis. 

BAKER, WALTER IRVING, Nottinghill. 

BARKLAGE, WALTER F., 6174 McPherson Ave., St. Louis. 

BARKSHIRE, CHARLES E., Caruthersville. 

BARNETT, TRACY B., Gen. Del., Carthage. 

BARNHART, ROBERT E., 6806 Waterman Ave., St. Louis. 

BARRETT, JESSE WILLIAM, 1702— 3d Nat'l. Bank Bldg., St. Louis. 

BEAZLEY, HOWARD. Marshall. 

BEELS, CLEMONS ALEXANDER, 647 W. 39th St., Kansas City. 

BELL, GEORGE BOARDMAN, Jr., 36 Amherst Ave., University City. 

BERNARD, JOS. A., 706 Pierce Bldg., St. Louis. 

BEVIS. PHILEMON P., 5667 Waterman Ave., St. Louis. 

BLACKBURN, NATHAN B., 2454 Park Ave., Kansas City. 

BLACKMAR, CHARLES M., 904 Commerce Bldg., Kansas City. 

BLAIR, FRANK L„ Lebanon. 

BLAKEY, GUY B., Fayette. 

BODE, WALTER O., 3140 Halliday Ave., St. Louis. 

BORDEN, SILAS POULSON, 1807 Borden Ave., St. Joseph. 

BORG MEYER, JOSEPH C, 335 N. Benton Ave., St. Charles. 

BOWLES, EDWARD LINDLEY, Westphalia. 

BOYS, FRANK ALONZO, 927 N. Y. Life Bldg., Kansas City. 

BRAGG, FRED MORGAN, 542 Park Ave., Kansas City. 

BRANDON, SMITH F., 1019 Benton Blvd., Kansas City. 

BRANDT, RAYMOND P., 808 W. 6th St., Sedalia. 

BRICKEY, RAYMOND DAVIS, Festus. 

BRINEY, RUDYARD KIPLING, Bloomfield. 

BRISCOE, -ALONZO OTIS, Foster. 

BROOKE, GLENN A., 1851 Broad St., Springfield. 

BROWN, CARL O., Lamar. 

BROWN, JAMES LELAND, Maysville. 

BURNES, CALVIN C, 1923 Francis St., St. Joseph. 

BURROUGHS, MORTIMER P., 4664 Pershing Ave., St. Louis. 

CAFFEE, MAHLONN W., 70s S. Main St., Carthage. 

CAHOON, CHARLES W., Jr., Buckingham Hotel, St. Louis. 

CALLAHAN, DRURY V., 900 E. 31st St., Kansas City. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN H., Butler. 

CANADAY, ERNEST F., 501 N. Leslie St., Carrollton. 

CANFIELD, THOMAS F., c/o Swift & Co., Springfield. 

CARMEN, JAMES H., 1613 E. 9th St., Kansas City. 

CARNELL, LEE O., Pineville. 

CARPENTER, BRUCE G., 3320 Baltimore Ave., Kansas City. 

CARROLL, J. W., 4128 Washington Blvd., St. Louis. 

CARROLL, R. E.. 4128 Washington Blvd., St. Louis. 

CARTER, J. H., 43SS Washington Blvd., St. Louis. 

CASE. HERSCHEL F.. Dixon. 

CASSELL, ROBERT TILTON, Jr., 634 W. 40th St., Kansas City. 

CHAPIN, HARRY L., 643S Virginia Ave., St. Louis. 

CHEDESTER, JOHN V.. Sturgeon. 

CHRISLER, CHARLES E., 51 N. Y. Life Bldg., Kansas City. 

CLARK, C. H., 928 Pasco, Kansas City. 

CLARK, EDWARD E., 3736 Broadway, Kansas City. 

CLEMENTS, JOSEPH H., 6018 E. 13th St., Kansas City. 

CLOUSE, JAMES R., Mt. Grove. 



COFFEY, WILLIAM EDWARD, Queen City. 

COLT,W. B., 2414 Ashland Blvd., St. Joseph. 

COMPTON, ENO, 8 Beverly PI., St. Louis. 

CONKLIN, GEORGE THOMAS, soi N. Moffet Ave., Joplin. 

CONKLING, ROSCOE P., 3501 Pases, Kansas City. 

COOK, LEWIS C, 2709 Mitchell Ave., St. Joseph. 

COOPER, JOHN HENRY GEORGE, 590 E. Walnut St., Springfield. 

COPELAND, MARTIN L., Fredericktown. 

CORNUTT, JOHN M., Mt. Serrat. 

CRABBS, LEO B., 511 E. 47th St., Kansas City. 

CRAIG, H. M., 1302 Keiser Ave., Columbia. 

CRAIN, FRANK WILLARD, R. F. D. No. 6, Springfield. 

CROWDUS, WILLIAM WARREN, 5047 Washington Ave., St. Louig. 

CROWE, HENRY D., Dexter. 

DALLMEYER, ALVIN R., 214 Adams St., Jefferson City. 

DANIEL, GLOVER A., Sweet Springs. 

DANIELS, O. H., Harris. 

DAVIS, GEORGE, Hornersville. 

DAVIS, HARRY H., 2907 E. 27th St., Kansas City. ' 

DEAN, JOHN R., Steelville. 

DEATON, WILLIAM H., 1611 Amelia St., Columbus. 

DELP, WALTER F., Bower Mills. 

DENNIS, FLOYD A., Odessa. 

DERRY, HAROLD D., Republic. 

DICK, NEWTON TERRILL, R. F. D. No. I. Edgerton. 

DICKIE, FREDERICK T., 4352 Washington Blvd., St. Louis. 

DIERFELD, OTTO FREDOLINE, Appleton City. 

DOERING, HUBERT R., 6522 Michigan Ave., St. Louis. 

DOERR, WALTER H.. 3256 N. 20th St., St. Louis. 

DONNELLY, PAUL F., Buckingham Hotel, Kansas City. 

DOUGHERTY, JOHN T., 611 St. Louis Ave., Clayton. 

DOWD, RAYMOND J., 3730 Palm St., St. Louis. 

DOZIER, DONALD T., 500 W. Broadway, Sedalia. 

DRAPER, HERBERT C, Salisbury. 

DRENNON, CHARLES CLEVELAND, 83S W. 55th St., Kansas City. 

DRYMON. IRA, Willow Springs. 

DU BOIS, DON CARLOS, 214 E. 34th St., Kansas City. 

DULL, JOSEPH D., La Plata. 

DUNCKER, HENRY P., 12 Brentmoor Park, St. Louis. 

DUNN, MERRELL R., 314 Forest Ave., Walker. 

DUNNEGAN, THOMAS B., Bolivar. 

DURRETT, DAVID G., 678 S. Odell St., Marshall. 

DUSKY, BYRON LEE, 314 Commercial Bldg., Kansas City. 

DYER, JOHN A., 2068 N. 5th St., Kansas City. 

EBBS, PAUL A., 6130 Pershing Ave., St. Louis. 

EBERHART, REINHOLD C, 3013 Osage St., St. Louis. 

EDGAR, JOSEPH C, 807 N. 25th St., St. Joseph. 

EDWARDS, NINIAN M., 5132 Chates Ave., St. Louis. 

ELLIOTT, RAYMOND WEST, R. F. D. No. 2, Neosho. 

ELTON. RICHARD L., 3524 Tracy Ave., Kansas City. 

EMBRY, LEONIDAS P., California. 

ENNS, PAUL GERHARD, 3930 Manheim Rd., Kansas City. 

FAIRFxELD, RODNEY M., 1303 S. Main St., Carthage. 

FAYMAN, HUBERT M., 3106 E. 72a St., Kansas City. 



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FIELDS, GUILFORD L., Slater. 

FINLEY, EMMETT SCHNEIDER, Madison. 

FITTS, DWIGHT R., 3319 Paseo, Kansas City. 

FITTS. JOHN RUSSELL, 3319 Paseo, Kansas City. 

FLINT, HAMILTON KENNETH, 1150 N. Kings Highway, St. Louis. 

FLUESMEIER, ARSDEL L., R. F. D. No. 1, Defiance. 

FORBES, EARL A., Ritchey. 

FORD, HERBERT E., Excelsior Springs. 

FORSMAN, GUY C, 3947 Westminster PI., St. Louis. 

FOURT, DAVID L., Houston. 

FOX, FOREST AURELIUS, 1208 W. 29th St., Kansas City. 

FRANKE, P. H., 4100 Prospect Ave., Kansas City. 

FRAUENTHAL, EDWARD ALBERT, 4240 Russell Ave., St. Louis. 

FRIER, LEON H., West Arrow, Marshall. 

FRISCH, MARTIN, 5066 Easton Ave., St. Louis. 

FUCHS, RALPH POLLEN, 3202 Lafayette Ave., St. Louis. 

FUHR, OSCAR L., Defiance. 

FULTON, ROY ABBOTT, 437 S. Main St., Springfield. 

GALLUP, F. E., 919 Balto. Ave., Kansas City. 

GAMBLE, LYNN HAMILTON, 5736 McPherson St., St. Louis. 

GARDNER, EDWARD R., 6310 McPherson St., St. Louis. 

GAUS, WILLIAM J., 3835 DeTonta St., St. Louis. 

GAYLORD, JOHN J., 3641 Holmes St., Kansas City. 

GEORGE, HAROLD H., 1271 Goodfellow Ave., St. Louis. 

GERSHON, JOSEPH, 923 E. 18th St., Kansas City. 

GIBSON, THOMAS A., 534 N. Joplin St., Joplin. 

GIFFEN, MORRISON BEALL, Tarkio. 

GILES, ROBERT EDWIN, R. F. D. No. 3, Albany. 

GILTNER, JAMES B., 721 N. Moffatt Ave., Joplin. 

GLEICK, HARRY S., 316 Chemical Bldg., St. Louis. 

GLOVER, EARL OSWALD, Rolla. 

GODFREY, HAROLD W., 6104 Brookside Blvd., Kansas City. 

GOHN, ERNEST H., Poplar Bluff. 

GOOCH. HOMER E., Galloway. 

GOODMAN, RALPH A., 2432 Monroe St., Kansas City. 

GRACE, A. H., 308 N. 2nd St., St. Louis. 

GRAHAM, NORRUTH D., 5127 Sunset Drive, Kansas City. 

GRANGER, MARSHALL A., 1331 East 9th Street, Kansas City. 

GRANT, JOHN M., Jr., 5053 Westminster PI., St. Louis. 

GRAY, EDWARD WRIGHT, 200 Frederick Ave., Maryville. 

GREATHOUSE, LLOYDE E., Huntington. 

GREGORY, JOHN M., 3608 Locust St., Kansas City. 

GREINER, LEON DWIGHT, 429 N. Pearl Ave., Joplin. 

GROLOCK, FRITZ K., 5160 Maple Ave., St. Louis. 

GUETTEL, ARTHUR A., Palace Clothing Co., 909 Main St., Kansas 

City. 
GUITAR, ABIEL LEONARD, 517H Francis St., St. Joseph. 
GUSTIN, RALPH C, 2916 Linwood Blvd., Kansas City. 
HALL, BRYAN LESUEUER, 134 W. Sea Ave., Independence. 
HALL, SYDNOR, 6362 Waterman Ave., St. Louis. 
HALLORAN, THOMAS J., 2526 Grand Ave., St. Louis. 
HALPIN, JOHN B., 4326 Maryland Ave., St. Louis. 
HANNA, JOHN CLAIRE, 3233 Robert St., Kansas City. 
HANNIGAN, JAMES PATRICK, Lebanon. 



HANRAHAN, JAMES, Rolla. 

HARNEY, WILLIAM TAYLOR, 142 N. Brighton Ave., Kansas City. 

HARPER, ROBERT G., Kennett. 

HARRIS, ROSCOE E., Oak Ridge. 

HAVILAND, WILLIAM ADDISON, Trav. Ins. Co., 1210 Waldheim 

Bldg., Kansas City. 
HAYDEN, HARRY L., 819 W. Calhoun St., Chillicothe. 
HEARNE, GANNON C, Goodman. 
HEMPHILL, WILLIAM ADLAI, Kennett. 
HERING, EPHRAIM PAUL, Centerview. 
HEYLE, FREDERICK F., Rockville. 
HILL, ARLIE J., Green Castle. 
HILL, ROSCOE V., Norborne. 

HOBLEN, A. W., Gardner Adv. Co., 17th & Locust Sts., St. Louis. 
HOHMAN, C. H., 949 Catalpa St., St. Louis. 
HOLBERT, AURA H., Ewing. 
HOLDEN, ROYAL, Woodlea Hotel, Kansas City. 
HOLDOWAY, WILLIAM J., 1521 Missouri Ave., St. Louis. 
HOLLANDER, HERMAN STEVENS, 1407 Cass Ave., St. Louis. 
HOLLIDAY, JOSEPH H., 5137 Washington Ave., St. Louis. 
HOLLISTER, SCOVILL E., Princeton. 
HOLLOCHER, STAMFORD, Clayton. 
HOMMEL, PAUL BAXTER, 4229 Oak St., Kansas City. 
HOWARD, ROBERT L., R. F. D. No. 3, Jackson. 
HUDSON, CLAY A., 3000 E. 37th St., Kansas City. 
HUFF, WILLIAM DAVIS, Farmington. 
HULMES, ALFRED W., 3717 Holmes St., Kansas City. 
HUMMELL, LOIS C, 4043 Flad Ave., St. Louis. 
HUMPHREY, HARRY E., 5596 Bartmer Ave., St. Louis. 
HURST, ARTHUR B., 1103 Waldheim Bldg., Kansas City. 
ILLIG, W. E., 3816 Flad Ave., St. Louis. 
INGMAN, DAVID L., La Grange. 

INGRAM, LAWRENCE GORENFLO, 4204 E. 9th St., Kansas City. 
INNIS, CLARENCE R., 901 Corby Force Bldg., St. Joseph. 
IRWIN, J. I., Green Ridge. 

JACKSON, H. E., 4200 Beethoven St., St. Louis. 
JACKSON, WILLIAM C, 701 N. Main St., Hannibal. 
JACOBY, RALPH P., 3918 Arsenal St., St. Louis. 
JAEGER, CHESTER G., 21 14 John Ave., St. Louis. 
JAMES, GUY E., Vichy, Maries Co. 
JAMES, THOMAS F., Jr., 4950 Lindell Blvd., St. Louis. 
JEFFORDS, THOMAS WORTMAN, 785 A. Euclid Ave., St. Louis. 
JEHLE, ALLEN GEORGE, 3512 Halliday Ave., St. Louis. 
JENNINGS, ERNEST LEROY, R. F. D. No. 4. Buffalo. 
JOFFEE, JEROME M., 1403 Valentine Rd., Kansas City. 
JOHNSON, ARTHUR ST. CLAIR, 338 Olive St., Kansas City. 
JOHNSON, ERNEST E., 5138 Waterton Ave., St. Louis. 
JOHNSON, JOSEPH P., 216 N. Byers Ave., Joplin. 
JOHNSTON, IRVIN B., 3438 Minnesota Ave., St. Louis. 
JOLIAT, L. P., 1058 S. Arch Ave., Alliance. 
JONES, GEORGE D. M., 118 E. 10th St., Kansas City. 
JONES, HORACE B., R. F. D. No. 7, Carthage. 
JONES, MURRAY E., 5501 Troost Ave.. Kansas City. 
KAMP, F. A., 4472 Lindell Blvd., St. Louis. 



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KAYSER, EDWIN ALEXANDER, 2008 Pine St., St. Louis. 

KEELING, WILLIAM O., Holden. 

KELLEY, EDWIN T., 1316 S. River Blvd., Independence. 

KELLIHER, WILLIAM BLAIR, Jr., 208 Prince Ave., Columbia. 

KENNEDY, JOHN EDWARD, 1216 S. Lamine St., Sedalia. 

KENNETT, PRESS GRAVES, 1360 Hamilton Ave., St. Louis. 

KENYAN, GROVES C, Hale. 

KING, ELDRIDGE N., 4114 Washington Blvd., St. Louis. 

KING, HARRY L., 2337 S. Compton Ave., St. Louis. 

KING, LYNN A., c/o Gus Hoselton, R. 1, Milan. 

KIRKPATRICK, WILLIAM LETCHER, Orrick. 

KLUEGEL, ARTHUR T., 2358 Menard St., St. Louis. 

KOELN, GEORGE ROBERTSON, 3540 A Magnolia St., St. Louis. 

KOHNER, WILLIAM G., 3421 California Ave., St. Louis. 

KOONTZ, PAUL G., 1409 Rosemary Lane, Columbia. 

KUENSTLER, FRED W., 4166 Glasgow Ave., St. Louis. 

LANGE, DEWEY KIEPE, 4139 Moffitt Ave., St. Louis. 

LANGE, HAROLD THEODORE, 3826 Utah PI., St. Louis. 

LANSING, HARRY S., 300 College Ave.; Columbia. 

LATHIM, ROY ELMER, Duenweg. 

LAW, JOSEPH T., Springfield Furniture Co., Springfield. 

LEAKE, HAROLD K., 609 Madison Ave., Aurora. 

LEDERER, CARL A., Box 165, Smithville. 

LEHMANN, SEARS, 600 Merchants-Laclede Bldg., St. Louis. 

LEIGHTNER, CLARENCE C, 1313 Rosemary Lane, Columbia. 

LEONARD, SPEED S., Marshall. 

LESSING, CHARLES T., 3417 Nebraska Ave., St. Louis. 

LEWIS, WILLIAM, 1316 Biddle St., St. Louis. 

LISTROM, JOY A., Parkville. 

LITTLETON, R. A., 1140 Euclid Ave., St. Louis. 

LIVELY, JOHN D., 14 Windemere PI., St. Louis. 

LOGHLIN, PAUL V., R. No. 1, Rich Hill. 

LONG, THEODORE P., Hopkins, Nodaway Co. 

LOVING, ARTHUR L., 617 Bon Ton St., St. Joseph. 

LOWENSTEIN, RALPH DAVID, 4552 McPherson Ave., St. Louis. 

LOWEY, ROY EUGENE, 5628 Etzel Ave., St. Louis. 

LOWRY, HAROLD LAUGHLIN, 3310 Michigan Ave., Kansas City. 

LOZIER, LUE CARRUTHERS, Carrollton. 

LYNN, CHARLES B., Hamilton Hotel, St. Louis. 

LYON, LESLIE M., 4518 Harrison Blvd., Kansas City. 

McAFEE, RAYMOND. 26 Portland PI., St. Louis. 

McCONNELL, THOMAS T., 791 W. Walnut St., Springfield. 

McCOY, OVA LARUE, Chula. 

McDANIEL, OTTO LUCRATUS, Sandy Hook. 

McGEE, HORACE H., Mexico. 

McGIRL, JOHN J.. Eldorado Springs. 

McGUIGAN, JAMES E., 920 Walnut St., Kansas City. 

McKEE, JAMES S., Lawson. 

McKINLEY, SILAS BENT, 32 Vanderventer PI., St. Louis. 

McKINSTRY, ROBERT F., 309 Scarrett Bldg., Kansas City. 

McMASTER, WILTON M., 3408 Gillham Rd., Kansas City. 

McMATH. K. R., 502 Bompart Ave., Webster Groves. 

McNAMARA, CLEMONS E., 1601 Pembroke Lane, Kansas City. 

McNEILL. MAURICE, 1015 Republic Bldg., Kansas City. 



McQUERREY, JOHN H., Adrian. 

MACKENSEN, ERNEST H., 1239 S. 8th St., St. Louis. 

MADDOX, CHARLES C, 4040 Charlotte St., Kansas City. 

MARKLAND, JAMES 0., 303 E. North St., Marshall. 

MARTIN, MARION T., 1202 Ashland Ave., St. Joseph. 

MARTZ, LAWRENCE S., 1602 Broadway, Kansas City. 

MARX, ARTHUR W. K., 1044 Lafayette Ave., St. Louis. 

MATSON, C. L., 2942 Victor St., Kansas City. 

MATTHEWS, RAYMOND L., Gower. 

MAXWELL, STUART DENMAN, 3679 Jefferson St., Kansas City. 

MAY, SAMUEL B., 3620 Wyoming St., St. Louis. 

MAYES, EDWIN A., 304 E. Colton St., Warrensburg. 

MEADE, EDWARD E., 1579 Wellston Place, Wellston. 

MEADOR, B. F., 4922 Washington Boulevard, St. Louis. 

MEISSNER, W. R., 1019 N. Jefferson Ave., St. Louis. 

MELOY, CLARENCE O., 206 Jackson Ave., Joplin. 

MERCER, CHARLES F., 1607 Garfield Ave., Kansas City. 

MERIDETH, JOHN G., 1513 Windsor St., Columbia. 

MERRITT, ARTHUR B., Liberty. 

MEYER, ROBERT 0., 3800 Lafayette Ave., St. Louis. 

MEYER, WILLIAM F.. R. F. D. Box 99, Cape Girardeau. 

MEYERS, GILBERT HEMPSTEAD, 2128 McLaren Ave., St. Louis. 

MIDDLETON, DUDLEY VERNE, 420 Kensington Ave., Kansas City. 

MILLER, ELMER E.. R. F. D. No. 4, Box No. 55, Savannah. 

MILLER, GEORGE W., c/o Gregg Realty Co., Kansas City. 

MILLER, HENRY S., 10 Shaw PI., St. Louis. 

MILLER, JO-ZACH, Commerce Trust Co., Kansas City. 

MILLER, LLOYD CHAUNCY, 1705 Washington Ave., St. Joseph. 

MILLER, LOUIS A., Appleton City. 

MILLER, PAUL HENDERSON, 5578 Pershing Ave., St. Louis. 

MILLER, ROBERT F., 2200 McCausland Ave., St. Louis. 

MILLER, VICTOR J., 1706 3rd Natl. Bank Bldg., St. Louis. 

MITCHELL, SAMUEL M., Kansas City. 

MOHRLE, CHARLES ALFRED, 1815 E. 35th St., Kansas City. 

MOLES, TOM O., 303 W. Gay St., Warrensburg. 

MONNIG, HUGO, 4905 Lindell Blvd., St. Louis. 

MORRIS, HARRY LATHROP, 920 Church St., Hannibal. 

MORROW, GLENN R., Crane. 

MORROW, WILLIAM S., 7220 Jefferson St., Kansas City. 

MOSS, JOE RUSSELL, 506 S. Ash St., Nevada. 

MUENCH, EDGAR A., 214 E. 5th St., Washington. 

MUNS, GEORGE E., Montgomery City. 

MURPHY, ALFRED H., 360 N. Taylor Ave., St. Louis. 

MURPHY, WILLIAM HENRY, 5339 Maple St., St. Louis. 

MURRAY, GLENN, Ash Grove. 

MURRAY, WILBERT G., Ash Grove. 

MURRILL, RANDALL COLEMAN, Flat River. 

NEFF, CLARENCE E., Bethany. 

NELSON, PAGE, 4239 McPherson Ave., St. Louis. 

NEWBURGER, BARTHOLD J„ no Moffett Blvd., Joplin. 

NEWKIRK, SAMUEL D., 3937 Wyndotte St., Kansas City. 

NICHOLS, ELTON MILES, Ashland. 

NIES, RUSSELL J., 3655 Cleveland Ave., St. Louis. 

NORTH, H., 1002 Bales Ave., Kansas City. 



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NORTON. ELIJAH H., 112 Moss Ave., Liberty. 

NUTTER. FRANK C, 5124 Grand Ave., Kansas City. 

O'CONNOR, JOHN S., 437 Spruce Ave., Kansas City. 

O'REAR. FLOYD B., 701 S. National Blvd., Springfield. 

OEHLER, PAUL, 3138 Russell Ave., St. Louis. 

OLIVER, JOHN W., Jackson. 

PAGE. EARL M., 14" Broadway, Joplin. 

PARK, GLENN H., 407 Jackson St., Warrensburg. 

PATTERSON, CHARLES W.. 2416 E. 3d St., Joplin. 

PATTON. WALTER V., McFall. 

PEEBLES, FRED J., Diamond. 

PEET, HERBERT ORVIS, 6 Janssen PI., Kansas City. 

PEMBERTON. E. N., 418 W. Walnut St., Nevada. 

PERRY, JOHN D., 4044 Lindell Blvd., St. Louis. 

PETRY, STEELE R., Marshall. 

PHELAN, SIDNEY M., Jr., 5429 Enright Ave.. St. Louis. 

PIEPER, A. A., 2627 Winnebago St., St. Louis. 

PILCHER, ROBERT WARREN. 3827 A. Botanical Ave., St. Louis. 

PINKERTON, EDGAR L., Louisiana. 

PLATTENBURG, QUINCY L„ 1800 E. 54th St., Kansas City. 

POLLARD. ROBERT L., Bowling Green. 

PORRI, LOUIS, 4306 N. 14th St., St. Louis. 

PORTER, FRANK, R. F. D. 3, Auxvasse. 

POWELL. DAVID H., 215 E. Broadway, Sedalia. 

PRICE, H. S., 441 S. Jefferson St., Neosho. 

PRICE, LAKEMAN M., 1107 University Ave., Columbia. 

RABBITT, JOSEPH A., 8409 S. Broadway, St. Louis. 

RAYMOND, N. I., 322 Sycamore St., Marshall. 

REDD. LLOYD RUSSELL, Knobnoster. 

REDMEN, HAROLD EATON, 1128 White Ave., Kansas City. 

REED, JAMES P., 1012 E. 26th St., Kansas City. 

REED, WALTER B., Elsmere Hotel, Kansas City. 

REICH, SIDNEY. 2802 S. 17th St., St. Joseph. 

REINHOLDT, CARL A., 3658 Cleveland Ave., St. Louis. 

REYNOLDS, GEORGE P., 4239 Lindell Blvd.. St. Louis. 

RICHARDSON, GEORGE CEDRIC, 606 Moffett Ave.. Joplin. 

RIESTER, GEORGE J., 3222 Carolina St., St. Louis. 

RILEY, CHARLES W., Everton. 

ROBBINS, E. J., 3519 N. Jefferson St., St. Louis. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN BREATHITT, 4316 Trosst Ave., Kansas City. 

ROE, ODD C, Eldorado Springs. 

ROOTES, FRANCIS M., 315 W. 7th St., Fulton. 

ROTH, L. L., 5062 Kensington Ave., St. Louis. 

RUGGLES, HENRY PAUL, 5284 Fairmount Ave., St. Louis. 

RUSSELL, GLENN B., 824 Goodfellow Ave., St. Louis. 

RUSSELL, ROBERT WILLIAM, 611 E. 6th St., Cameron. 

RUTHERFORD, GEDDES W., 708 Maryland PI., Columbia. 

RUTHERFORD, ROY R., 4245 Botanical Ave., St. Louis. 

SALLEE, EARL M., Meadville. 

SALVETER, ROBERT E., 148 Elm Ave., Webster Groves. 

SAMES, ARTHUR MARION, Centralia. 

SANDERSON, CASH WENKLE, Bowling Green. 

SCHEIBE, IRVEN B., 5374 Kings Highway, St. Louis. 

SCHMALHORST, HOETING D., Conway. 



SCHMID, J. W., 532 Cherry St., Springfield. 

SCHMIDT, ERNEST DIETRICH. 2734 Lafayette St., St. Joseph. 

SCHNEDLER, ROBERT E., 721 Washington St., St. Charles. 

SCHOFIELD, ARTHUR, 41 16 Oak St.. Kansas City. 

SCHREIMANN, HENRY W., 3852 A. Ashland Ave.. St. Louis. 

SCHROEDER, ERIC G., 2518 Francis St., St. Joseph. 

SCHUETZ, EDWARD ADAM, 6615 S. Kings Highway, St. Louis. 

SCHUH, BRYON McKINLEY. E. Conn. St.. Charleston. 

SEIDLITZ, CHARLES N., 4526 Warwick Blvd., Kansas City. 

SELMELEIN, BENJAMIN M., c/o Royal Ref. Co., St. Louis. 

SHANNON, FLEETE D., Hale. 

SHANNON, ROSCOE W., Hazel Ave., Carthage. 

SHARTEL, STRATTON, 415 Main St., Neosho. 

SHEERIN. JOHN J., Catawissa. 

SHELTON, GEORGE EDWARD. 6155 Crescent Ave., St. Louis. 

SHEPHERD, WILBUR, 3331 St. Marys Ave., Hannibal. 

SHERIDAN, EDWARD J., 644 Amelia Ave.. Webster Groves. 

SHOPS, CHARLES FRANKLIN, R. F. D. No. 5. Norborne. 

SHORT, CHARLES, Galena. 

SIMMONS, VERNE PHIL, Grant City. 

SLOAN, JOHN E., 1303 Waldheim Bldg., Kansas City. 

SMITH, CORDELL STEVENS, 102 Bompart Ave., Webster Groves. 

SMITH, EDWARD A., 6403 Lee St., Kansas City. 

SMITH, PITMAN M., P. O. Box No. 413, Montgomery. 

SMITH, RICHARD CLARK, 1214 W. Short St., Independence. 

SMITH, VIVIAN SHANNON, Bowling Green. 

SMYTH, DALLAS E., New Hampton. 

SMYTH, SYLVESTER WATTS, 4944 Lindell Blvd., St. Louis. 

SNIDER, ALEXANDER E., 220 Delaware St., Butler. 

SOLTER, GEORGE F., 3947 W. Prospect St., Kansas City. 

SOWERS, C. E., 3130 Washington Ave., Kansas City. 

SPRAGUE, FLOYD M., 307 N. 15th St., St. Joseph. 

SPRINGE, OTTO, 3442 Sidney St., St. Louis. 

SPRINKLE, HUBERT OWEN. 318 S. Allen St., Webb Citjfc 

STADLER, LOUIS J., 5108 Maple Ave., St. Louis. 

STENGER, RIESS, 924 N. 9th St., St. Joseph. 

STEPHENS, EARL R., Blythedale. 

STEWART, E. M., 3537 Tracy Ave., Kansas City. 

STIFEL, CARL G., 2007 Hebert St., St. Louis. 

STINSON, JOHN H., 4220 Michigan Ave., Kansas City. 

STONE, LEONARD W., 3536 Wyoming St., St. Louis. 

STRATTON, ALBERT FRANK, 3931 Montgall Ave., Kansas City. 

STRICKLAND, EARL E., 2072 N. 5th St., Kansas City. 

SUSS, ALEX F., 5501 Waterman Ave., St. Louis. 

SUTHERLAND, 0. C, Gen. Del., Warsaw. 

SWANK, CLYDE E., 317 E. Cypress St., Charleston. 

SYDENSTRICKER, CECIL WHITE, 2533 Brooklyn St., Kansas City. 

TALBOT, MURRELL W., Appleton City. 

TALCOTT, JAMES R.. 54 E. S3d St., Terrace, Kansas City. 

TAUSSIG, CLIFFORD, Melville Hotel, St. Louis. 

TAYLOR, BERTRAM L., Boylers Mill. 

TAYLOR, GEORGE D., Camden, Ray Co. 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM DENNY, 700 W. Broadway. Columbia. 

TEASDALE, GEORGE K., 4310 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis. 



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TEED, RALPH H., 219 W. Madison St., Springfield. 

TENNY, FRED, 1723 Penn. Ave., Kansas City. 

THOMAS, ALEXANDER ROSCOE, 3721 Holmes St., Kansas City. 

THOMPSON, LYNN I., 1804 Cypress Ave., Kansas City. 

THOMPSON, WILLIAM SPEER, Princeton. 

THORNBURGH, WILLIAM HENRY, 23 Portland PI., St. Louis. 

THORNTON, EDWARD W., 301 Hitt St., Columbia. 

TIERNEY, TIMOTHY J., mo Clay St., Springfield. 

TINDALL, RAYMOND, 205 Francis St., Excelsior Springs. 

TODD, MITCHELL, c/o C. L. O'Bryan, Columbia. 

TOLKAZA, WALTER A., 3434 Sidney St., St. Louis. 

TOMPSON, GUY A., R. No. 6, Savannah. 

TOWERS, JOHN A., 2732 Benton Blvd., Kansas City. 

TRAVIS. JAMES EDWARD, Tarkio. 

TUCKER, LELAND MYRRLE, so8 N. Jackson St., Eldorado Spgs. 

TURLEY, FERDINAND EVANS, Park Ave., Bonne Terre. 

Van DEVENTER, WILLIAM H., 734 W. Monroe St.. Mexico. 

Van HOOK. HERMAN BEASON, Cassville. 

VEATCH, FRANK B., Jr., Braymer. 

VENN. WILLIAM STEWART, 2206 Benton Blvd., Kansas City. 

VIOLETTE, DANIEL P.. Florida. 

WACHTER, WILLARD L., Parkville. 

WACKHER, LESLIE WILLIAM, 219 S. Moniteau St., Sedalia. 

WACKMAN, KARL F., 4964 Park View PI., St. Louis. 

WADE, ASHLEY B., Lock Spring. 

WAGNER, EDWIN PHILIP, 271 1 Tennessee Ave., St. Louis. 

WAGNER, WILLIAM J.. Hale. 

WALKER, FRANK W., Gainsville, Ozark Co. 

WALKER, OLIVER D., 2448 Tracy Ave., Kansas City. 

WALTERS, ALAN L., 417 E. Harrison St., Springfield. 

WARD, WALTER A., 3854 Connecticut St., St. Louis. 

WATKINS, RALPH K., Clarence. 



WATSON, KENNETH M., 4S02 Clayton Ave., St. Louis. 

WATSON, VIRGIL AUSTIN, Morrisville. 

WEBB, JAMES J., Harris. 

WEBSTER, PAUL M., Mountain Grove. 

WELLE, ALBERT F., S903 DeGiverville Ave., St. Louis. 

WELLS, DONLAND, Carthage. 

WELLS, HARRY T., 1228 Benton Ave., Springfield. 

WELLS, RAYMOND A., Perry. 

WETZEL, RAY E.. Braymer. 

WHEELER, HERBERT R., 824 W. 6th St., Joplin. 

WHITE. CHARLES H., Nat'l. Bank Bldg., Hannibal. 

WHITE, HARRY LEON, 912 Barrett Ave., Sedalia. 

WHITE, HOMER C, 3937 Washington St., Kansas City. 

WILLBRAND, JULIUS B., 1500 Watson St., St. Charles. 

WILLE, RAYMOND J., 3806 Greer Ave., St. Louis. 

WILLHITE, WATT W., Grant City. 

WILLIAMS, GEORGE LEE, 2951 Victor St., Kansas City. 

WILLIAMS, HAYNES, Box 61 A. R. No. 4, Edgemont Station, East 

St. Louis. 
WILLIAMS, PAUL GWINN, Orrick. 

WILLIAMS, POWELL H., 3401 Karnes Blvd., Kansas City. 
WILLIAMSON, ELMER M., 4269 Botanical Ave., St. Louis. 
WINDERS, CHARLES G., 217 S. Maple Ave., Hannibal. 
WISEBART, SAMUEL LESEN, Missouri Athletic Assn., St. Louis. 
WOLF, GERARD WILLIAM, 3538 Magnolia Ave., St. Louis. 
WOLFE, EARL J., c/o Bell Telephone Co., Springfield. 
WOODS, JAMES L., R. F. D. No. 5, Princeton. 
WOODWARD, WILLIAM H., 6102 W. Florissant Ave., St. Louis. 
WORCESTER, CLARENCE M., 1101 B. Prospect Ave., Kansas City. 
WRIGHT, JOHN S., 2628 Forrest Ave., Kansas City. 
YOUNG, FRANCIS HARDCASTLE, Jefferson City. 
ZOLLMAN, WILLIAM DANIEL, De Soto. 



MONTANA 



ARBOGAST, L. V., Harlem. 

ARMITAGE, SIDNEY C. Billings. 

BACHE, EDMUND WILLIAM. Kenwood, Helena. 

BAKER, CHARLES H., 511— First Nat'l Bk. Bldg., Great Falls. 

BARTLETT, DRAPER C, Hamilton. 

BEAUCHAMP, ARTHUR E., Bozeman. 

BENNAN, JAMES E., Joplin. 

BENNETT, ORRIS, Box. 238, Helena. 

BLINKINSOP, L. W., Laurel. 

BROOKS, ROLAND, Roland. 

BROWN, GRANT R., Great Falls. 

BROWN, JOHN H., Glendive. 

BUTLER, HAL C, 713 Spruce St., Helena. 

CAMPLIN, COLIN B., 123 So. 29th St., Billings. 

CHATTIN, EARL WILLIAM, 719 South Third Ave., Bozeman. 

CHISHOLM, CHARLES BISHOP. Bozeman. 

CLARK, ARTHUR H., Box 282, Billings. 

CRAWLEY, PERCY E., 122 W. Broadway, Butte. 

DAKIN, BARTON B., Merchants National Bank, Billings. 



ELLIOT, JAMES BROWNLEY, Jr., 105 Yellowstone Ave., Billings. 

ELLIOTT, JOHN LESTER. Malta. 

ELWELL. CHARLES B., Havre. 

EMERY, CHARLES T., Fresno. 

EVANS, JOHN CRIPPEN, 207 DeSmet St., Hamilton. 

FIGGINS, JAMES E., Pray, Park Co. 

FITZGERALD, RUSSELL C, So. 7th St. Hamilton. 

FLETCHER, ROBERT H., Box 317, Helena. 

FRIAUF, JAMES BRYAN, 618 So. sth St., West, Missoula. 

GALVIN, MALCOLM E., 215 Sargent Ave., Glendive. 

GLEASON, THOMAS W.. Townsend. 

GUTELIUS, RENERT S., 304 West 4th St., Anaconda. 

HANSEN, HANS C, Ballantine. 

HANSON, WILBUR WALTER, 923 W. Mercury St., Butte. 

HANSORD, A. T., White Garage, Billings. 

HAYS, ALBERT ARNOLD, Billings. 

HETFIELD. CHARLES L., Billings. 

HILL, JOSEPH J., Bowler. 

HOERSTER, WALTER If- Hinsdale. 



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HOOLE, JOSEPH GILBERT. Glendive. 

HORSKY, EDWARD, Horsky Bldg., Helena. 

JOHNSON, EDMUND J., 506 Boulevard St., W., Lewistown. 

JONES, HARRY K., 5-6-7 Silver Bow Block, Butte. 

KELLER, ADRIAN D., 233 Wyoming Ave., Billings. 

KELLY, MARTIN E., 313 West 3d St., Anaconda. 

KELLY, THOMAS D., 704 Hickory St., Anaconda, Mont. 

KENOYER, RODNEY BURR, Floweree. 

KRUEGER, ERNEST J.. Mildred. 

LAUER. CLARENCE O., Gardener. 

LEAHY, STEPHEN JAMES, Wibaux. 

LEHRKIND, PAUL BERTHOLD, Red Lodge. 

LIND, MURRAY CHRISTIAN, 101 S. Crystal St., Butte. 

LOWARY, ANDREW J., Poison. 

LYNCH, CURTIS H., 818 N. River Ave., Glendive. 

MCCARTHY, HUGH C. 72s Spruce St.. Helena. 

MCCARTHY, VERE L., Helena. 

McCONNELL, ROBERT E., Lewistown. 

McLEAN, ANNIS C, Box SI, Norris. 

McNAMARA, JOHN BERNARD, 118— 33d St., BUlings. 

MacDONALD, GORDON C. Great Falls. 

MacHAFFIE, EDMUND D., c/o Typotheta: Club, Helena. 

MALLOY, DANIEL THOMAS, 900 S. Main St., Butte. 

MALSOR, ROY E., Bozeman. 

MAURICE, CHARLES M., P. 0. Box 1264, Great Falls. 

MAY. REX. Stevensville. 

MILLER, HARLAN W., Box 386. Wolf Point. 

MILLS, THORNTON A., c/o U. S. Reclamation Service, Malta. 

MOFFETT, DONALD R., 229 Clark St., Billings. 

MOODY, WALTER I., Darby. 

MOTZ. FREDERICK A., Helena. 

NOBLE, DANIEL B., Whitehall. 

OLSON, ALBERT A., R. R. 4, Kalispell. 

OWENS, RAY L., 138 W. Gold St., Butte. 

PENROD, WILLIAM E., c/o Mrs. M. J. Davis, Merchants National 

Bank, Billings. 
PICKNEY. RUBEN M., 716 S. Grant Ave., Bozeman. 
PLUM, W. H., Helena. 



POPE, WALTER L., Missoula. 

POTTER, CHAS. E., c/o Extension Dept., Bozeman. 

POTTER. HARRY H., Coalwood. 

POTTS. CURTIS J., Chester. 

REICHLE, WALTER ANDREWS, 224 S. Montana St., Butte. 

RICHARD, DAVID DUDLEY, Missoula. 

RICHARDSON. ROSS CALAHAN, 117 West Virginia St.. Butte. 

ROBB, ARCHIE DALE, Three Forks. 

ROBINSON, ROY W., 400 N. 4th St.. Hamilton. 

ROSS, THOMAS ALEXANDER. Chinook. 

RUTLEDGE, LOUIS ALEXANDER, BUlings. 

SAMUEL, BYRON, J., Silver Bow Club, Butte. 

SANDERS, LEO J., Drawer M., Anaconda. 

SCOTT, DAVID RUSSELL, 67s S. Alabama St., Butte. 

SCOTT, QUINCY, Missoula. 

SHERMAN, ROY F., Como. 

SILVER. FRANCIS A., 501 W. Galena St., Butte. 

STARK, ALBERT A., Glendive. 

STEVENS, ALBERT K.. 907 W. Copper St., Butte. 

STILLINGER, CHARLES B.. Iron Mountain. 

STODDARD, FREDERICK THAYER, Box 1313. Missoula. 

STRANAHAN. CLINTON G., Ft. Benton. 

STRAUSZ, ALVA LESLIE, Missoula. 

SWAN, HERRICK, 624 Third St.. West, Billings. 

TAYLOR, EARL M., 315 N. 29th St., Billings. 

THORBURN, NEIL O.. Roundup. 

TOOLE, EDWIN W., Helena. 

TRESSEL, HARRY S., Geraldine. 

VAN HOUTON. RAY MORTON, Hardin. 

WAGNER. JACOB R., 44 E. Main St.. Bozeman. 

WAKEFIELD, ARTHUR R., Forsyth. 

WILLIAMS. PLANNETT C, Grady, Teton Co. 

WILSON. EDWARD S., 220 Central Ave.. Great Falls. 

WILSON, GAEL G., Havre. 

WOOD, JAMES T., White Sulphur Springs. 

YOUNG, D. R., Baker. 

YEGEN, PETER, Jr., 209 S. 35th St., BUlings. 



NEBRASKA 



ABBOTT. MAURICE. Blue Springs. 

ABERNATHY, RALPH E., St. Edward. 

ADEE, J. H., Steele City. 

AGER, LEO H., 1418 S. 15th St., Lincoln. 

AINLAY, GEORGE W., Gen. Del., Famam. 

AINLAY, HENRY LEVI, Brady. 

AITKEN, WILLIAM I., 2105 "C" St., Lincoln. 

ALLEN, RALPH M., Cozad. 

AMES, ROY M., North Platte, Lincoln Co. 

ANDERSON. CLARENCE E.. 910 W. 4th St.. Grand Island. 

ANDERSON, MAJNE C, Dannebrog. 

ARLANDER, LAWRENCE T., 4S27 S. 22d St., Omaha. 

ARMSTRONG. GEORGE J., 2101 Pinckney St., Omaha. 



ARNOLD, DAVID R., Verdon. 

BAILEY, ROY E., Oakdale. 

BAKER, NEIL R., Box 27s, Crete. 

BALL, GUY F., Osceola. 

BALLOU, CHARLES W., 1421 Kummer St., Columbus. 

BARNES, ALBERT P., 202— 3d St., E., McCook. 

BARTA, FRED. Wilber. 

BARTON, WADLEIGH, 708 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg., Omaha. 

BASKINS, CONRAD L., 318 W. 8th St., North Platte. 

BASSETT, HENRY H„ 904 Fulton St., Falls City. 

BAUGH, HAROLD ARTHUR, 812 W. 14th St., Hastings. 

BEATTY, ROBERT H., North Platte. 

BECHTER, ALLEN L., Pierce. 



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BENNETT, HOWARD H., Box 13. Alliance. 

BENSON. CLARENCE E.. Upland. 

BERND. WALTER RANDOLPH. 252nd & Dodge Sts., Omaha. 

BIRGE, RICHMOND G., 1105 W. 4th St., West Platte. 

BISCHEL, ALBERT CLAIR, 304 W. 30th St., Kearney. 

BLOEDORN, HOWARD B., Kenesaw. 

BLOODGOOD, GRANT, Newark. 

BOLAND, GEORGE B., 1520 S. 10th St.. Omaha. 

BOYD, GEORGE W., 3927 S. 24th St., Omaha. 

BOZELL, LEO BRENT. 2210 S. 31st St., Omaha. 

BREETZKE, OTTO P., Wisner. 

BRESTEL, MARTIN F., Brady. 

BREWER, CASTLE INN, Gen. Del., York. 

BRITT, PAUL BYRON. Bethany. 

BUCHHOLZ, PAUL H., Lexington. 

BUERSTATTA, ORVILLE, 1508 Washington St., Lincoln. 

BUILTA, FRANK CHESTERFIELD, c/o Bell Telephone Co.. Omaha. 

BURCHAM, JOHN W., Blair. 

BURD1CK, EDWARD S., Y. M. C. A. Bldg., Beatrice. 

BURGESS. CHARLES W., 122 N. 22d St., Omaha. 

BURTON, STARLING A., Niobrara. 

BYERS, VERN S-, Dorchester. 

CAMPBELL, BURHAM O., 197 1 Sewell St., Lincoln. 

CANNON, CORNELIUS V., Blair. 

CARTER, LON R., 2448 Laurel Ave., Omaha. 

CASTLE, JENNINGS Y., Ashby. 

CHAMBERLAIN, BERLIN G., Blue Springs. 

COAD, ARTHUR L., Packers Natl Bank, Omaha. 

COLLINS, FRED T., St. Edward. 

CONNEALY, JAMES M., Decatur. 

COOPER, S. F., R. No. 2, S. Auburn. 

COPELAND, RAY L., Blair. 

COPPLE, SUMNER E., Leshara. 

COPSEY, RICHARD V., Burnham. 

CORNISH, JAMES L., Oconto. 

CROMWELL, L. C, 1459 Lathrop St.. Omaha. 

CULWELL. ROBERT W.. S. Auburn. 

DAUGHERTY, ROBERT B., 1912—7* Ave., Kearney. 

DAWSON, TIMON H., 2920 Poppleton Ave., Omaha. 

De GROFF, C. W., McCook. 

DELANO, JOHN D., Reynolds. 

DENNIS, WALDO WILLSEY, Apt. 38. The Helen, Omaha. 

DETWEILER, JOHN W., 204 W. 9th St., Grand Island. 

DORLAND, WADE D., Humboldt. 

DOUTHIT, HAROLD K., Box 214, Fullerton. 

DUFT, HARRY C, O'Neill. 

DYER, VAN A., 1136 Park Ave., Omaha. 

EDLING, H. W., Garland. 

ELDRED, RALPH L., 422 26th St., Kearney. 

ELDREDGE, JOHN CARVER. 1709 Park Ave., Omaha. 

ELLIS, ANDREW R., Crete. 

EMICH, GLENN O., Chadron. 

EMMETT, ROLAND F., Arapahoe. 

ERB, CLAYTON BLAKE, 923 W. O. W. Bldg., Omaha. 



ERICSON, MELVIN, Stromsburg. 

FAULKNER, A. E., 2121 Sheridan Blvd.. Lincoln. 

FERGUSON, ELMER L., 1415 S. 16th St., Omaha. 

FERNALD. FRED C, 2217 Capitol Ave., Omaha. 

FETTY, HOMER DeWITT, Inavale. 

FIKE, JOHN RILEY, 2122 Lathrop St., Omaha. 

FISHEL, EARL L.. Guide Rock. 

FISHER, CLARENCE E., 2702 Farnam St., Omaha. 

FITZGERALD, JOSEPH M., City Nafl Bank, Kearney. 

FLETCHER, ARCHIBALD GORDON, Neligh. 

FLORY, ROBERT D., Albion. 

FLYNN, WILLIAM E., North Platte. 

FOE, GLENHEIM, Red Cloud. 

FOE. HOWARD S., Red Cloud. 

FORD, H. E., Roseland. 

FORSHA, WILLIAM J., Hardy. 

FOX, RAY A., Wayne. 

FRANK, WILLIAM E., Grand Island. 

FREEMAN, RICHARD A., Stromsburg. 

FRIED, CLARK K., Oakland. 

FUNK, GEORGE E., Doniphan. 

GANZ, CARL D., Alvo. 

GEESSEN, EDWARD J.. 344 Seward St., Seward. 

GEMAR, HENRY 0.. Sutton. 

GENTLEMAN, JAMES G., 502 W. 26th St., Kearney. 

GIBBS, LLCYD, Bayard. 

GIBSON, HOWARD C, 2404 Cumming St., Omaha. 

GIDDINGS, GLEN E., 3036 Larimore Ave., Omaha. 

GILDERSLEEVE, GLENN, Wayne. 

GOLDING, CLAUDE R.. Harvard. 

GOLDSMITH, EVERETT L., 1601 "B" St., Lincoln. 

GRAF, GLEN F., Graf. 

GRAHAM, ARCHIE R.. Falls City. 

GRAU, CHESTER H.. Washington. 

GRAUL, EARL I., Box 112, Alexandria. 

GRAVES, GUY T., Pender. 

GREENSLIT, CHARLES VERNE, Surprise. 

GREGORY, LELLIE R., Lexington. 

GREGORY, LESLIE R., Exeter. 

GRIMES, LLOYD O., 409 N. St. Joe Ave., Hastings. 

GRISWOLD, ROBERT S., Jr., 1343 "L" St., Lincoln. 

GROEGER, FRANCIS A., 4014 Nicholas St., Omaha. 

GUERNSEY, LLOYD W., Scotts Bluff. 

GULIDNER, HARRY CARLEON. Adams. 

GUTHRIE, EDWIN R., 260 S. 27th St., Lincoln. 

HADLEY, RICHARD, 1844 Washington St., Lincoln. 

HAKEL, JAMES A., Valparaiso. 

HALEY, CLETUS J., Valentine. 

HALSEY, WALTER W., 2203 Locust St., Omaha. 

HAMILTON, LOUIS ALDRICH, 9 E. 23d St., Kearney. 

HAMILTON, WILLIAM H., P. O. Box 409, Omaha. 

HARDING, JESSE M., 138 N. 38th Ave., Omaha. 

HARE, LYNIEL T., Pawnee City. 

HARGRAVE, MARK C, 904— 9th St.. Wymore. 



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HARNEY, LEROY J., 42 Park Ave.. Omaha. 

HARRISON, JOSEPH F., Indianola. 

HARTZELL, ROBERT PRANK, 2310 1st Ave., Kearney. 

HARVEY, DUNCAN C, Wauneta. 

HASCALL, V. C, s<>9 Keeline Bldg., Omaha. 

HAVENS, MARK E., 2304 S. 32d Ave., Omaha. 

HAYDAN, ALBERT L., Fairfield. 

HECHT, CHRIS MARTIN, Humboldt. 

HEILMAN, GEORGE, Alliance. 

HEWITT, PHILO L., Lexington. 

HICKMAN, WILLIAM R., Wayne. 

HIGH, VERNY O., Bertrand. 

HISLOP, ANDREW V., 3182 Fowler Ave., Omaha. 

HISLOP. WILLIAM E., 3182 Fowler Ave., Omaha. 

HOLLAND, YALE C, 304 S. 27th St., Omaha. 

HOPEWELL, BENJAMIN C, 21st & Y Sts., Lincoln. 

HOPMANN, THEODORE H., Wilcox. 

HOPPE, HAROLD O., Alexandria. 

HOPPER, JESSE W., Stanton. 

HOSFORD, HERBERT C, Crete. 

HOUSER, EUGENE HOWARD, 3161 Fowler Ave., Omaha. 

HOWARD, ALBERT T., Scotts Bluff. 

HOWARD, W. H., 937 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg., Omaha. 

HOWES, HENRY S., 3024 Chicago St.. Omaha. 

HOYDAR. ALBERT L., Fairfield. 

HULL, WARREN T., Greeley. 

HUNTER. HARRY PRESTON, 320 City Nafl Bk. Bldg.. Omaha. 

JEFFERSON. JOHN G.. Amelia. 

JEFFREY, ROBERT A., Huntley. 

JENKINS, ROGER A., 2040 "E" St., Lincoln. 

JENKINS, VERNE W., Hemingford. 

JOHNSON, ARTHUR C, Gothenburg. 

JOHNSON, GEORGE A., 2010 Maple St.. Omaha. 

JOHNSON, HARRY F., Geneva. 

JOHNSON, JAMES PAUL, Oconto. 

JOHNSON, WALTER B., 907 Kansas Ave., Hastings. 

JOHNSON, W. O., 2860 California St., Omaha. 

JOHNSTON, PHILIP M., 4916 California St., Omaha. 

JUDD, HAROLD B., Cedar Rapids. 

JUDD, WALTER HENRY, Rising Sun. 

KATLEMAN, CARL C, 2522 Chicago St., Omaha. 

KEEFE, JAMES T., 417 E. 5th St., North Platte. 

KEETON, B. C, North Bend. 

KIESAU, REUBEN MYRL.. 1201 Madison Ave., Norfolk. 

KIPLINGER, DON C, 201 S. 32d Ave., Omaha. 

KIRTLEY, SCHUYLER L., Republican City. 

KOENIG, ALBERT A., Plymouth. 

KOLZOW, GEORGE F., Madison. 

KRAMER. ALVIN R., P. O. Box 602, Carson City. 

KREBS, AUGUST C, Friend. 

KRISL, RUDOLPH, Milligan. 

KUBIK, THEODORE, Clarkson. 

KUNCL, JAMES J., 907 Bancroft St., Omaha. 

LADD, LESTER D., 612 Bee Bldg., Omaha. 



LAMB, MILTON MASON, Tecumseh. 

LANDALE, EDWIN M., 819 N. 43d St., Omaha. 

LANDGREEN, ALLEN J., R. R. No. 2, Wilsonville. 

LANE, WINTHROP B., 4314 S. 23d St., Omaha. 

LARSON, CLARENCE A., Lyons. 

LATTIN, LEROY E., 4434 S. 2sth St., Omaha. 

LEMON, GEORGE H., 503 E. 15th St., University Place. 

LEVITT, ELIJAH A., York. 

LIGGETT, GEORGE H., 3071 "N" St., Lincoln. 

LINDER, H. H., Dakota City. 

LINDLEY. GEORGE H., 1322 N. 41st St.. Omaha. 

LONGFELLOW, ARTHUR H., Peru. 

LOVELL, HENRY A., 3003 Indiana Ave.. Omaha. 

LOWER. HENRY S., 1740 Garfield St., Lincoln. 

LUEDTKE, AUGUST CARL, Creston. 

LYND, EDWARD, Hartington. 

McCAFFERY, HUGH M., 3314 Howard St., Omaha. 

Mcdowell, clarence a., r. f. d. no. 3, Smithfieid. 

McEACHEN, JAMES A., Wayne. 

McGAN, JAMES W., Albion. 

McGOVERN, FRANK JAMES, 220 W. 9th St.. No. Platu. 

McGOVERN, JAMES W., Hubbell. 

McINTYRE, FRANK S., Koehler Hotel, Grand Island. 

McKENZIE, BERNARD, Hebron. 

McNOWN, CORYDON L., 3223 Cass St.. Omaha. 

McSHANE, LEO F., 1906 Chicago St., Omaha. 

Mac KENZIE, FREDERICK BRADLEY. Pine City. 

MACKEY, WILBUR C, 950 E. 8th St., Fremont. 

MAINS, SEWARD L., Crete. 

MANN, GEORGE R., 40th St., Lincoln. 

MARCELLUS, EDWARD W., Ainsworth. 

MATTISON, CLARENCE R., St. Edward. 

MATTOX, JOHN G., Scotts Bluff. 

MAXWELL, JAMES, 3d, Kearney. 

MEAD, LYMAN B., Ashland. 

MEEK, LESLIE V., 1721 "C" St., Lincoln. 

MEISSNER, RICHARD C, R. F. D. No. 1, Blair. 

MERRICK, HOMER C, Adams. 

MICKEL, CLARENCE EUGENE, 3214 "U" St.. Lincoln. 

MICKLE. GUY E., 1215 "K" St., Lincoln. 

MILES, CLARENCE G., Bethany. 

MILLER, MAX A., 26th & Center Sts., Omaha. 

MILLER, WINFIELD K., 1625 S. 14th St., Lincoln. 

MOFFETT, C. H., Bloomington. 

MOORE, ROBERT L., Tekamah. 

MORELAND, JOHN J., Imperial. 

MORGAN, HAROLD P., 600 S. 27th St., Lincoln. 

MORRISON, RALPH WALDO. 2464 Harmon St., Omaha. 

MOULTON, DeLESS P., Wymore. 

MULLIGAN, FREDERICK A., 520 N. 5th St., Beatrice. 

MURRAY, HARRY A., 2523 Caldwell St., Omaha. 

NELSON, JOHN F., Scotts Bluff. 

NEVILLE, JAMES E., 3723 Jones St., Omaha. 

NEWBAUER, ELMER, HUdreth. 



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NOH, ROBERT H., Clarkson. 

NOYES, LAWRENCE C, Waterloo. 

O'CONNOR, THOMAS J., 2217 Deer Park Blvd., Omaha. 

OLSON, ARTHUR E.. Pawnee City. 

PAGENKOPH, WILLIAM 0.. c/o Nebraska Tel. Co.. Norfolk. 

PARES, EUGENE, 419 N. 31st St., Omaha. 

PARKS, WILLARD H., 510 W. High St., Hastings. 

PARR, F., c/o Stanton Mills, Stanton. 

PECK, VINCENT W., Cedar Bluffs. 

PERSON, R. K., Stanton. 

PETERS, CLAUDE P., Bachelors Hotel, Grand Island. 

PETERSON, LLOYD P., Farnam. 

PFEIFFER, GEORGE F., Hallam. 

PICOTTE, CARLY L., Walthill. 

PITKE, EDWARD F., Gibbon. 

POTEE, KENNETH L., Box 14. Bethany. 

POTTER, CHAUNCEY CLARENCE. Geneva. 

RANDOLPH, EVERRET L., Gibbon. 

RANDOLPH, ROBERT H., Kearney. 

RAY, GEORGE W., Bladen. 

RAY, ROBERT B., 324 W. 10th St., Grand Island. 

READ, G. D., McDonald Apts., Alliance. 

REED, KENNETH F., 404 N. 40th St., Omaha. 

REEDER, EARL P., Cozad. 

RESPRESS, JOHN R., 3344 Larimore Ave., Omaha. 

RHEA, SHERLEY O., Box 184, Holdrege. 

RICKABAUGH, DALE K., Wayne. 

RIDNOUR, HARRY V., 719 "P" St., Lincoln. 

RIVETT, PAUL S., 2401 Sumner St., Lincoln. 

ROBERTSON, GUY A., 4236 Douglas St., Omaha. 

ROGERS, RUSSELL F., 1630 Lincoln Ave., York. 

ROHMAN, CARL P., 2948 "P" St., Lincoln. 

ROUSEY, HUBERT JAMES, 3320 Fowler Ave., Omaha. 

ROWAN, CHARLES HAROLD. Dalton. 

RUBY, GLEN M., 2315 S. 17th St., Lincoln. 

RYAN, LEO V., 2941 California St., Omaha. 

SANAKER, OTTO H., 1713 N. 25th St., Omaha. 

SANSTEDT, ALVIN EARL, 3119 Dudley St., Lincoln. 

SAUNDERS, GILFORD WILLIAM, Milford. 

SCHWARZ, GEORGE H., Lincoln. 

SCOBIE, JORDAN R„ 3817 Dewey Ave., Omaha. 

SCOTT, MICHAEL J., Roadmaster U. P. R. R. Station, Omaha. 

SCOTT, WALTER, Dunbar. 

SELBY, FRANK S., 1300 N. 52d Ave., Omaha. 

SHEA, EDWARD F., Oconto. 

SHELDON, CHARLES W., Lamont. 

SHEPHERD, JOHN R., Box 142, Lincoln. 

SHERER, CHARLES R., Red Cloud. 

SHONKA, FRANK W., Schuyler. 



SHUTT, ROSCOE E., Lincoln. 

SIMON, EDWARD, c/o Simon Bros., Omaha. 

SIMPKINS, CARL M., Neligh. 

SIZER, WILLIAM A., S37 Railway Ex. Bldg., Omaha. 

SKINNER, ROBERT F., David City. 

SLACK, LESLIE E.. Oconto. 

SMIDE, FRANK L„ Springfield. 

SMITH, LEE O., 1519— 2d Ave., Nebraska City. 

SMITH, RAYMOND B., Scotts Bluff. 

SOPER, WAYNE W., Johnstown. 

STARBOARD, EARL D., Bartley. 

STORY, GEORGE H.. Pierce. 

STRIETER, FRED L., Seward. 

SWEET, ERMAN M„ 2911 N. 45th St., Omaha. 

TATE, PORTER R., 3566 Case St., Omaha. 

TAYLOR, MELVILLE H., Plainview. 

TAYLOR, ORLANDO P., Clay Center. 

TOWNSEND, MERL C, Tecumseh. 

TOWNSEND, WAYNE L., Cook. 

TWIFORD, JOHN B., 2108 S. 34th St., Omaha. 

VAUGHT, ROY D., Sanford Hotel, Omaha. 

VERNON. HORACE J., Blue Springs. 

VIFQUAIN, HAROLD B., 225 S. 15th St., Havelock. 

VOSS, FRED C, York. 

WALLACE, FRANCIS R., 2910 Ozard St., Omaha. 

WARD, ORVILLE O., Tekamah. 

WATSON, BENJ. F„ 1901 "B" St., Lincoln. 

WEIDNER, GEORGE E., 3204 Maple St., Omaha. 

WEIDNER, JULIUS J., Humphrey. 

WENKE, CARL J., 116 N. 43d Ave., Omaha. 

WENSTRAND, JOHN F., Wahoo. 

WERNER, HUGH B., Hebron. 

WHITE, GEORGE A., Gen. Del., North Loup. 

WHITLOCK, WALLACE S., Mitchell. 

WILKIE, RUSSELL H., R. R. No. 2, Loup City. 

WILLIAMS, PATRICK H., 3808 Decatur St., Omaha. 

WILLIAMSON, GEORGE W., Atkinson. 

WILLSEY, FRANKLIN R., Gen. Del., Omaha. 

WINGERT, WILLIAM R., Wood River. 

WOOD, CLARENCE, Box 524, Ord. 

WOOD, THEODORE E., Omaha. 

WOODBRIDGE, EDWIN WILSON, City Engr's Office, Omaha. 

WOODRUFF, JUSTIN C, R. F. D. No. 3, Oxford. 

WRIGHT, EDGAR R., Chadron. 

YOUNG, J. P., Kenesaw. 

YOUNG, WILLIAM B., 3222 Center St., Omaha. 

YOUNGBERG, OSCAR W., 1702 S. 28th St., Omaha. 

ZACK. OTMAR W., 215 E. nth St.. Columbus. 

ZIEMER, VERNON G., Hoskins. 



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ABEL, DAVID D., Winnemucca. 

AGEE. THOMAS E., Elko. 

ASBURY, F. A., Reno. 

BAKER, WILLIAM K., R. F. D. 2, Reno. 

BUSCH, GEORGE H., Box 861, Reno. 

FRANZMAN, EUGENE R., 147 Mill St., Reno. 

GLASS, A. E., 401 Flint St., Reno. 

GOODALE, OSCAR H., Deeth. 

GRALFAS. LOUIS M., Fallon. 

HOVEY, HARRY H., Reno. 

HOWE. ARNOLD W.. Goldfield. 



HOYT, JOHN D„ 43 Mill St.. Reno. 

JONES, THOMAS BORTH, 917 N. Virginia St., Reno. 

KINNEBERG, ANDREW, Battle Mountain. 

KNOWLEY, EDWARD J., R. F. D. Bon 19, Lovelocks. 

KRAMER, ALVIN R., Box 602, Carson City. 

MALONEY, FRANK M., Box 454, Tonopah. 

NAYLOR, ORRIN P., Las Vegas. 

PERKINS, P. V., Carrara. 

SCHEELINE, H. H., c/o Scheeline B. K. & Tr. Co., Reno. 

WHEATLEY, EBEN E-, Pioche. 

WINDS, BLAINE L., Arthur, Elko County. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



ANDREW, BENJAMIN F., Littleton. 

BABBITT. EDMANDS, 104 Mindum Ave.. Porstmouth. 

BAKER, LEON W., 34 Allen St., Manchester. 

BARNES, MERRICK V., Bethlehem. 

BLANDIN, AMOS N., Jr.. Bath. 

BRANCH, FREDERICK W., 826 Beech St., Manchester. 

BRANCH. RANDOLPH W., 940 Chestnut St.. Manchester. 

BROWN. ROBERT E., Marlboro. 

CASLER, STANLEY, 16 Hamilton St., Somersworth. 

CAVIS, GEORGE C, 106 Gould St., Concord. 

CHANDLER. HORTON L.. 121 School St., Concord. 

CHASE, GUY WETHERBEE, Londonderry. 

CLARK, GEORGE MELVIN. 431 Pleasant St., Portsmouth. 

CLOUGH, JAMES CURRIER, 87s Elm St.. Manchester. 

COOK. ALBERT SPAULDING, Fremont. 

COWELL, WILLIAM H., N. H. State College. Durham. 

DARBY, RONALD JEREMIAH, Whitefield. 

DEARBORN, KARL BROCK, Belmont. 

DODGE, CHARLES E., Contoocook. 

DOLAN. JOHN PATRICK, 123 Temple S., Nashua. 

DOYING, BIDWELL C. 12 Armoty Amoy Terrace, Nashua. 

DREW, LYLE S.. Union. 

DRURY, CLINTON ARTHUR, Alexandria. 

DUSTIN, CECIL C. Rochester. 

FILIAU, CLARENCE G., Hanover. 

FORBES, HARLAND CLEMENT, Colebrook. 

FOSTER, HAROLD S.. Bath. 

FOX, GORDON LLOYD .Lisbon. 

FRANCIS, STANFORD A., 84 Court St., Exeter. 

GARLAND, HARRY B., 56 Abbott St., Nashua. 

GIFFIN, PAUL S., 136 Elm St., Keene. 

GRAY, STEPHEN A., 91 Blodgett St.. Manchester. 

GUSTAFSON, HARRY L.. 8 Palm St.. W. Concord. 

HARRIS, REGINALD G., 764 Hanover St., Manchester. 

HAYWARD, CHARLES PRESCOTT. Temple. 

HEALD, PHILIP CLARK, Wilton. 

HEARD, MARSTON, 726 Chestnut St., Manchester. 

HODGES, BURT T., Antrim. 



HOLMES, FRED, Center Barnstead. 

HOSLEY, MCDOWELL, Rochester. 

HULL, GEORGE R., Sigma Chi House, Hanover. 

HUMISTON, JOHN E.. Hanover Center. 

JACOBS, NORMAN, 210 Emery St., Berlin. 

JORDAN, JOHN Z., Psi Upsilon House, Hanover. 

KING, CHARLES A., 27 Richmond St., Dover. 

LITTLE, ERNEST PARKER, 94 S. Main St., Concord. 

LOCKWOOD, PHILIP C, 1008 Elm St., Manchester. 

McGREAL MICHAEL R., 58 South St., Somersworth. 

McPHETERS, GEORGE A., 523 Union St.. Portsmouth. 

MACOMBER, GEORGE H., 59 Concord St., Nashua. 

MILTIMORE, JOHN E., Derry. 

NELSON, WILLIAM HOLBROOK, East Swanzey. 

NORTON. EDWIN ASA, c/o Norton Clough Co., Manchester. 

PARSONS, JOHN JOSEPH, 277 Main St., Somersworth. 

PAULSON, C. G., 1357 Main St., Berlin. 

PERKINS, JOSHUA DEAN, 36 Carpenter St., Manchester. 

PETERSON, HENRY F., 138 Sagamore St., Manchester. 

PRENTISS, JOHN W., 238 Main St., Keene. 

PROUD. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, 298 Prospect St., Manchester. 

OUIRIN, JOHN H.. 751 River Road, Manchester. 

RAMSAY, PHILLIPS SPENCER. Claremont Junction. 

ROLLINS, JOHN H., 147 Locust St., Dover. 

SCAMMON, CHESTER ALLEN, Stratham. 

SHANAHAN, JAMES A., 27S Lake Ave., Manchester. 

SHUTTLEWORTH, WILLIAM EDWARD, Islington St., Portsmouth. 

SMITH, VICTOR H., R. F. D. 2, Hudson. 

SODERLUND. REGINALD A., 434 Laurel St., Manchester. 

STAFFORD, HENRY W., 100 High St., Berlin. 

STILES, EDWIN M., 86 Mammoth Road, Manchester. 

STORER, PAUL N.. Claremont. 

SWETT. DONALD BENJAMIN, Grasmere. 

THOMPSON, LAURENCE LEROY. School St., Tilton. 

TILTON. LOUIS BLAKE. East Kingston. 

WAGNER, EDGAR R.. 18 Mast Road. Manchester. 

WARREN, J. G., 10 Bowers St.. Nashua. 

WHEELER, HAROLD L., 8 Courtland St., Nashua. 



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ABHAU, HARRY M., 28 Henry St., Passaic. 

ABRAMSON, CHARLES H., 29 E. 26th St.. Bayonne. 

ADAMS. WILSON I.. 32 Llewellyn Rd., Montclair. 

ALBERS, EARL M. F., 15 Madison Ave., Plainfield. 

ALLEN, HARRY N.. Sergeantsville. 

ALLSOPP, HENRY G., 53 Stanley Rd.. South Orange. 

ANDERSON. GEORGE EVERETT, 23 Liberty St.. Ridgewood. 

ANTON. M. G.. c/o Hyatt Roller Bearing Co., Harrison. 

ARUNDER, THOMAS W., Jr.. 42 Amherst St.. East Orange. 

ASHTON, JAMES HARRY, 1219 Princess Ave.. Camden. 

BACON, JOB L., 504 Columbia Ave., Millville. 

BAILEY, RAYMOND D., 77 Boulevard, Summit. 

BAIRD, JULIAN B., 306 Warwick Ave., South Orange. 

BAKER. CHARLES E., 410 Orange Rd., Montclair. 

BALDWIN. HARRY FELTER, 46 Whittinghorn PI., West Orange. 

BALDWIN, WILLIAM H.. 526 N. Grove St., East Orange. 

BALLARD, ARBA C, Palisade, Bergen Co. 

BALZER. R. H., 131 Mountain Way, Rutherford. 

BAME, HENRY H., 15 Orchard Terrace, Bogota. 

BARBER, LEWIS R., Lower Bank. 

BARNARD, KENNETH A., 33 Franklin Road. Montclair. 

BARNES, BENJ. DeSAUSSIEUR, 4 Broad St., Ridgewood. 

BARR, WILLIAM G., 70 Berkeley Ave., Orange. 

BAUHAN, OSCAR. Y. M. C. A., Camden. 

BAZLEY, PAUL B., 14s Garfield Ave., Long Branch. 

BEATTY, HAYWARD, 75 Elm St., Montclair. 

BECHENEK. DAVID, 246— 3d St., Elizabeth. 

BELL. WILLIAM STANLEY, 192 North Ave., Cranford. 

BENNETT, HAROLD M., 23 Winfield Ave., Jersey City. 

BENNETT. OLIVER POTTER, 185 Stanley Place, Hackensaek. 

BERRIEN, CLINTON S., 107 W. 7th St., Plainfield. 

BEYER, EUGENE EDWARD, 617 Pacific Ave., Atlantic City. 

BEZARTH. GEORGE LEADNEY, 520 Landis Ave.. Vineland. 

BIGELOW, OGDEN, 20 Lloyd Rd., Montclair. 

BIRDSALL, ARTHUR M., Manasquan. 

BLACK. THEODORE PERRY, 148 Maple Ave., Montclair. 

BLOOMBERG. LOUIS B., 138 N. Maryland Ave., Atlantic City. 

BONNET, JOSEPH A., 152 Sherman Ave., Newark. 

BRANSTATTER, HENRY F., 33 Park Ave., Bloomfield. 

BREITKOPF, MICHAEL FOX, 77 Bruce St., Newark. 

BRIEGS, FRED A., 89 Market St., Perth Amboy. 

BRISSON, ALFONSO VINCON, Leonia. 

BROEDEL, EDWARD P., 22 W. Front St., Red Bank. 

BROHEL, JESSE S., 167 Clinton PI., Hackensaek. 

BROWN, WILLIAM C, 470 S. 16th St., Newark. 

BURLINGAME, FREDERIC ANSON, Short Hills. 

BURNS, ALAN E., 35 Maple Ave., Madison. 

BURROUGHS, EDWARD ALLEN, 407 Middlesex Ave., Metuchen. 

CAYAN. K. R., so Park Ave., Passaic. 

CLARK, J. H., 1 Stonleigh Park, Westfield. 

CLARK, JOHN H., 18 Curtis PI., Maplewood. 

CLOKE, ALLEN D., 21s E. Hazelwood Ave., Rahway. 



COHN, CHARLES EDWARD, 61 Linden Ave., East Orange. 

CONANT, WILLIS G., Lakewood. 

CONKLIN, JOHN C, 133 Prospect Ave., Hackensaek. 

CONKLIN, JOSEPH WILLIAM, 36 Orchard PI., Ridgewood. 

CONVERY, ROBERT AMBROSE, 113 Jackson St., Trenton. 

COOK, CLINTON S., Manasquan. 

COOLEY, BENJ., 144— 6th St. E., Plainfield. 

CORCORAN, ARTHUR F., c/o L. Bamberger & Co., Newark. 

CORSON, CHARLES R., Morristown. 

CRIPPEN, THEODORE D., si William St., East Orange. 

CRITTENDEN, WILLIAM C, Milford. 

CRONIN, WILLIAM PARKS, 221 So. Burnett St., East Orange. 

DALRYMPLE, HAROLD A., Gladstone. 

DARE, ROBERT M.. Wildwood. 

DAWSON, PALMER CREVIER, 508 Washington St., Boonton. 

DAY, EDWARD H., 243 N. Grove St., East Orange. 

DEBEVOISE, ELI W., 9 Parmley PI., Summit. 

DENNIS. HOLMES V., 32 Union St., New Brunswick. 

DENTON, GEORGE RAILTON, 130 W. 3?d St., Bayonne. 

DETTLINGER, SIDNEY J., Jr., 61 Harmon St.. Jersey City. 

DICKINSON, S. M., 479 W. State St., Trenton. 

DIETSCH. NORBERT F., Hammonton. 

DIVER. JOSEPH S., P. O. Box 372, Penns Grove. 

DIX, LESTER H., Fort Mott, Salem. 

DOLAN, FRANK A., 16 Crescent Ave., Jersey City. 

DOLAN, LOUIS P., Ogdensburg. 

DOLSEN, PHILIP H., 419 Main St., Orange. 

DOUGHERTY, MAURICE T., 70— 4th Ave., Newark. 

DRAKE, E. A., 971 Clinton Ave., Irvington. 

DU PUIS, ARTHUR V., 268 Morris St., W. Hoboken. 

DYER, WILLIAM M., 34 Cumberland Ave., Trenton. 

EATON. FREDERICK H., 139 S. Burnett St., East Orange. 

EDGAR, JOSEPH H., 202 Grant Ave., New Brunswick. 

EGNER, CARL, 299 Sumner Ave., Newark. 

EIKENBERG, D. H., Y. M. C. A., Bayonne. 

ELIOT, DOUGLAS FITCH GUILFORD, 22 King St., Englewood. 

ELLINWOOD, CHESTER, 37 Spruce St., Bloomfield. 

ELY, ALBERT RIDER. 32 Hinchman Ave., Dover. 

ENMAN, LOUIS P. U., Highwood, Box 26, Englewood. 

EPPSTEIN, CLYDE E., 481 Main St., Orange. 

ERB, WALTER G., 208 Leonia Ave., Leonia. 

EVERITT, BRITTON A., Basking Ridge. 

EVEROW, EDWARD S., Jr., Asbury Park. 

FAIRCHILD, E. P., 29 Brighton Ave., East Orange. 

FAKE, EDWARD C, 36 Washington Ave., Rutherford. 

FARLEY, FRANCIS SATTOLI, 4 Stockton PI., Trenton. 

FARLEY. PAUL J., 108 N. Penna Ave., Atlantic City. 

FARRELL, THOMAS A., 129 S. 19th St., Newark. 

FAUL, GEORGE H., 419 Grove St., Newark. 

FAULKNER, HAROLD U., Madison. 

FAWCETT, THOMAS REGINALD, 97 Rockview Ave., Plainfield. 

FETHERSTON, FRANK RICHARD, Box 24, Watchung. 



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FETHERSTON, THOMAS C, Watchung. 

FIORELLA, JOSEPH, 43 Preston St., Ridgefield Park. 

FISHBECK, JOHN D., 84 S. 13th St., Newark. 

FISHER, ADRAIN R., Georges Rd., New Brunswick. 

FISHER, HENRY T., Vineland. 

FOGELMAN, RAYMOND, 324 Hope Ave., Clifton. 

FORSTALL, STUART, 156 Midland Ave., Montclair. 

FUCHS, JOHN, 217 South 4th Ave., Highland Park. New Brunswick. 

GAGE, RAYMOND H., Jr., Princeton Ave., Wenonah. 

GALLIEN, PAUL HENRY, 87s Boulevard, Bayonne. 

GALLMAN, EMIL A., 430 Graham Ave., Paterson. 

GANDY, J. OGDEN, Cedarville. 

GARSCH, F. A., Tenafly. 

GEILS, FRED C, 9 Davis Ave., East Orange. 

GILGAR. PAUL A., 145 Magnolia Ave., Arlington. 

GILHOOLY, EDWARD J., 44 N. 7th St., Newark. 

GILLESPIE, LOUIS H., Llewellyn Pk., Orange. 

GOLDSTEIN, ALBERT, 156— 2d St., South Amboy. 

GRAY, CHARLES E., 505 Newark Ave., Bradley Beach. 

GREACEN, FREDERICK KOCH, 238 Mulberry St., Newark. 

GUERIN, JAMES CLIFTON, 55 Astor St., Newark. 

GULICK, BERTRAND LITTELL, Kingston. 

GULICK, IVAN E., 310 High St., Hackettstown. 

HALL, EDWARD B., Morristown. 

HAMILL, ROBERT L., 41 Boulevard, Summit. 

HARDING, REED M.. 41 S. 33d St., Camden. 

HART, S. W., 84 Halstead St., East Orange. 

HARTRANFT, RUSSELL, 622 Pavonia Ave., Jersey City. 

HARVEY, GARDINER R., 38 Crane St., Caldwell. 

HASTINGS, ALBERT J., Westfield. 

HAUG, HUMBERT H., 139 Ferry St., Newark. 

HEELY, ALLEN V., 321 W. 8th St., Plainfield. 

HEELY, LAURENCE S., 321 W. 8th St., Plainfield. 

HELK, HENRY J., 198 Central Ave., East Orange. 

HEMPHILL, ALBERT W., 23 Duryea Rd., Upper Montclair. 

HENDERSON, JOHN C, 570 Center St., South Orange. 

HENRY, CORNELIUS FRANCIS, 43 Ivy PL, Rutherford. 

HILBERT, EUGENE R., Clifton Ave., Athenia. 

HOCH, EDWARD G., 103 Fairview Ave., Jersey City. 

HOLL, ALBERT E., 305 S. nth St., Newark. 

HOLLENBECK, CHARLES H., si Cedar Ave., Montclair. 

HOLZER, FRANK, Jr., 109 Washington Ave., Arlington. 

HOPPER, JOSEPH DOUDEN, 101— 5th St., Ridgefield Park. 

HORRE, MUNRO J., 123 Westfield Ave., Elizabeth. 

HOWELL, J. BERTRAM, 255 Suydam St., New Brunswick. 

HUGHES, D. W., 1040 Bloomfield Ave.. Hoboken. 

HUNTER, HAZEN, 200 Park Ave., Orange. 

HUNTING, ELMER L., 210 W. 4th St., Plainfield. 

JACKSON, EVERT W., New Brunswick. 

JAGGARD, E. P., Morristown. 

JELLEME, WILLIAM O., 95 Lafayette Ave., Passaic. 

JOHNSON, WALLACE C, Edgemore Hotel, East Orange. 

JONES, GEORGE E., 369 Union St., Hackensack. 

KELLER, CHRISTIAN C, 405 N. 2d St., Camden. 



KELLEY, G. W., 118 S. North Carolina Ave., Atlantic City. 
KENNEDY, EDWARD MICHAEL, 40 Baker Ave., Dover. 
KENNEDY, LAURENCE BALDWIN, 363 Melrose PL, South 

Orange. 
KINGSTON, GEORGE H., 22 Elm St., Newark. 
KLINE, JAY Cm 17 N. Virginia Ave.. Atlantic City. 
KNAUER, CLARENCE, Chester Inn Atlantic City. 
KOONS, HOWARD FRANKLIN, 185 Kearney Ave., Perth Amboy. 
KRONENBERG. J. K., 247 Williams St.. East Orange. 
KUNKEL, EARL FREDERICK, 545 Central Ave., Newark. 
LAMMERDING, RUSSELL T., 454 Union Ave., Elizabeth. 
LAMONT, THOMAS STILLWELL, Beechroad, Englewood. 
LAWSON, JAMES M., 10 Carroll St., Trenton. 
LEGGETT, WILLIAM B., 427 W. 7th St., Plainfield. 
LEMASSENA, CLERMONT F., 118 Day St., Orange. 
LENEHAM, J. J., 206 John St., Harrison. 
LEVINS, HARRY WILLIAM, 204 Amherst St., East Orange. 
LEWIS, CHRISTIAN B., 916 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City. 
LIBBY, CHARLES J.. 75 Polk St., Guttenberg. 
LIEBSCHER, EDGAR F., 838 S. 12th St., Newark. 
LOCKE, THEO. FRELINGHUYSEN, Lawrenceville Road, Trenton. 
LUCE, HENRY R.. 180 Glenwood Ave., East Orange. 
LUTZ. MORRIS. 3 Mill St., Mt. Holly. 
McCABE, WALTER J., Groveville. 

McCASHIN, JAMES PATRICK, Jr., Mt. Kemble Ave., Morristown. 
McCLOSKEY, WARREN D., 406 River Ave., Pt. Pleasant. 
McCLURE, CRAIG, Jr., ii Park St.. Bloomfield. 
McDAVIT, WILLIAM H., 12 Hinchman Ave., Dover. 
McENTEE, WILLIAM J., 859 Montgomery St., Jersey City. 
McGOUGHRAN, CHARLES F., 7 Swayne PL, West Orange. 
McLAIN, WILLIAM B., 163 Westfield Ave., Elizabeth. 
McQUADE, FRANCIS A., 310 High St., Newark. 
McSHANE, JOHN, 40 Park Place, Newark. 
MAHAR, PAUL ALOYSIUS, 611 E. 26th St., Paterson. 
MARGRAFF, CARL SHINN, 102 Danforth Ave., Jersey City. 
MARTIN, LEONARD VINCENT, 267 Grove St.. Jersey City. 
MARTIN, WEBSTER H., 42 W. 53d St., Bayonne. 
MASON, FRANK, 315 Park Ave., Newark. 
MATHIASEN, KARL, Jr., Fanwood. 
MATHIS, JOHN KERN, Moorestown. 
MEIER, WILLIAM F., 39 Crawford St.. Newark. 
MEISNER, DAVID, 59 Ridgewood Ave., Newark. 
MELOSH. HENRY J., 89 Buford Ave., Jersey City. 
MERRILL, BERGEN S., 118 Bryant St., Rahway. 
METCALFE, JOHN FRIDDLE, Morristown. 
MEYEREND, FRANK M., 75 Lewis St., New Brunswick. 
MILLER, WILLIAM THORNTON, 811 Morgan Ave., Palmyra. 
MILNES, GEORGE WALTER, 142 Whittier St., Rahway. 
MITCHELL, JAMES E., 215 E. Pine St., Millville. 
MITTLESDORF, DOUGLAS C, 131 Connett PL, So. Orange. 
MONKMAN, IRA D., Gibbstown. 
MORIARTY. JOSEPH F., 54— 5th St., Hoboken. 
MOSBACHER, WALTER LEE, Keystone Watch Case Co., Riverside. 
MOWDER, HARVEY S., Port Colden. 



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MULLER, AUGUST F., 106 Bidwell Ave.. Jersey City. 

MURPHY. EDWARD FRANCIS. 16 Marshall St., Paterson. 

MURRAY, 0. H., 300 Aycrigg Ave., Passaic. 

NARDIELLO, JOSEPH F., 11 W. Joyce St., West Orange. 

NAUGLE, EDWARD P., 70 Chester Ave.. Newark. 

NEWMAN, ISAAC, 328 S. Warren St., Trenton. 

NICHOLS. CARLETON, 212 State St., Camden 

NORTON, HAMMETT, 186 Satterthwaite Ave., Nutley. 

O'BRIEN, WILLIAM A., 73 Sussex St., Jersey City. 

O'HAGEN. WILLIAM J., 1042 Munroe Ave.. Asbury Park. 

O'KEEFFE. EDWARD R., 2521 Boulevard. Jersey City. 

OEHLSCHLAEGER, JOHN ALBERT. Bon 209. Chester. 

PACKER, ELMER W., is Woodlawn Ave., Cranford. 

PALESE, ROCCO. 319 Market St., Camden. 

PALMER, HUGH S. V., 75 Florence Ave., Irvington. 

PARKER, ALBERT I., 18 Gardner Ave., Jersey City. 

PARKER, GEORGE R., 142 Main St., Flemington. 

PARKER. THEODORE STOCKLEY, 777 Bergen Ave., Jersey City. 

PARROTT, RAYMOND TOWNLEY. 1107 Mary St., Elizabeth. 

PARSONS, EARL W.. 16^ Cherry St., Elizabeth. 

PARTENHEIMER, WILLIAM PENN, Jr., 631 State St., Camden. 

PAUL. SAMUEL K., Elks Club, Elizabeth. 

PEALE. RODGERS. 212 Summit Ave., Summit. 

PEEBLES. HERBERT R.. R. F. D. No. 1, Midland Park. 

PERRY, EDWARD D., 75 Heck Ave., Ocean Grove. 

PHILLIPS. GABRIEL, Hammonton. 

PIERCE, GEORGE E., Jr., 319 Franklin Ave., Hasbrouck Hts. 

PIERSON, JOSEPH G., Morristown. 

POLLARD, GEORGE F. R.. Fairmount Ave., Chatham. 

PONCET, GILBERT C, 296 Melrose PI., South Orange. 

RADIN, MOE M.. 158 Bergen Ave., Newark. 

RAPP, HASTINGS, 104 Manhattan St., Jersey City. 

REED, HAROLD H., 314 Stuyvesant Ave., Lyndhurst. 

REEVE, R. T., 314 Mountain Ave., Westfield. 

REGAN, WILLIAM, c/o Experiment Station. New Brunswick. 

RHOADES, STEPHEN P. N„ Taylor Road, Short Hills. 

RIBLET. ROLAND FRANK, Fanwood. 

RICE. CHARLES WALTER, 277 Bloomfield Ave., Passaic. 

RICKARD, MARTYN ERIC, 166 Summit Ave., Summit. 

RIEGEL. GEORGE F . 417 N. Broad St.. Elizabeth. 

RIGHTER. WALTER L.. 1007 Hillside Ave., Plainfield. 

ROCKAFELLOW. WILLIAM R.. 27 Mt. Vernon Ave., Orange. 

ROGERS. LEO M., 402 W. 37th St.. Paterson. 

ROSENHEIM, WILLIAM E., 130 Passaic Ave., Passaic. 

ROTH, GEORGE, 45 Bowers St., Jersey City. 

RUE, JACOB B.. Jr., 43 W. Front St.. Red Bank. 

RUGEN. WALTER H., 51 W. Union Ave.. Bound Brook. 

RUNYAN, RALPH, 109 E. 5th St., Plainfield. 

RUSSELL. GEORGE, 376 N. Clinton St., East Orange. 

RYDGREN. ADOLPH AUGUST. 19 Clark St.. Lyons Farm. 

SALM. RAYMOND W., 600 Monroe Ave., Elizabeth. 

SARGEANT, JOSEPH L., 232— 17th Ave., Paterson. 

SCHAEFER, ADOLPH J., 1 John St., Nutley. 

SCHENK, ALEXANDER T.. 701 Trudential Bldg., Newark. 



SCHMON, GUSTAVE ALBERT, 423 Avon Ave., Newark. 

SCHOEFIELD. WILLIAM H., Jr., 21 Grace St., Bloomfield. 

SCHOENFELD, SAM, 148 Bladwin St., Newark. 

SCHULTZ. JOHN P., 156 Stewart Ave., Arlington. 

SCHWABACHER, WOLFANG SIMON, 191 Broad St., Newark. 

SCOTT, WALTER J., 120 E. Madison Ave., Collingswood. 

SEARS, IRVING WALKER, 55 State St., Hackensack. 

SHANKS, ALEXANDER P., 196 Sussex Ave.. Newark. 

SHARP, WILLIAM H., 825 Elmer St., Vineland. 

SHEELEIGH. MATTHIAS, 17 Tarmount Terrace, Jersey City. 

SHERMAN, WALLACE T., Rosemont. 

SHERWOOD, GEORGE A., 231 Warren St., Jersey City. 

SIMPSON. ELLIS R., c/o A. F. Simpson. 74 New St., Newark. 

SINCLAIR. DOUGLASS C, 921 Berkeley Ave., Trenton. 

SMALL. FRED W., Hammonton. 

SMETHURST. ARTHUR P.. 154 N. 12th St., Newark. 

SMITH, NORMAN D., 29 Oakridge Ave., Summit. 

SMITH, J. V., 755 E. 25th St., Paterson. 

SMITH, PRESTON R., 93 W. 34th St., Bayonne. 

SMITH, WILLARD 0., 237 N. Arlington Ave., East Orange. 

SOARE, IRVING WALKER. 55 State St.. Hackensack. 

SPEERS. WILLIAM E., 81 S. Mountain Ave., Montclair. 

SPRAGUE, GEO C, Englewood. 

SQUIRES, ALBERT J.. Somerville. 

STANTON. RICHARD C, Cedarville. 

STEINHARDT, LAWRENCE J., 201 McWhorter St., Newark. 

STEVENS. ROBERT T., 985 Hillside Ave., Plainfield. 

STICKEL, WALTER, 3324 Boulevard, Jersey City. 

STICKLER, JOSEPH H., 49 Mountain View Ave., Orange. 

STOW, FRANKLIN P., 624 State St., Camden. 

STREMLAU. EMIL, Perth Amboy. 

STRYKER. RUSSELL F.. 129 W. High St., Bound Brook. 

SUTPHIN, HENRY HULBERT, Short Hills. 

SUYDAM, FREDERICK D., 23 South Mt. Ave.. Montclair. 

TALTAVALL, JOHN A., 54 Prospect St., East Orange. 

TANHAM, FRANK. 227 E. 6th St., Plainfield. 

TAYLOR, F. T., 677 Stuyvesant Ave., Trenton. 

TAYLOR, RUSSELL SMITH, 2430 Orchard St., Elizabeth. 

TERHUNE. RAYMOND C, 668 Mt. Prospect Ave., Newark. 

THISTLE, THOMAS M., 2212 River Ave., Camden. 

THOMAS, FRANK L., Hammonton. 

THOMAS, R. R., 133 N. 3d St., Hammonton. 

THOMSON, RALPH W., Middlebush. 

TIEMANN, OTTO PHILLIP, 559 Westfield Ave., Rochelle Park. 

TONGUE, ARTHUR E., 420— 4th Ave., Newark. 

TORREY, DONALD P.. 52 Walnut Crescent, Montclair. 

VAN VLECK, CHARLES E., Jr., Montclair. 

VIARD, C. F., 26 Broad St., Newark. 

VON LENGERKE, JUSTUS, 211 Highland Ave.. Orange. 

VOORHIS, HAROLD O., 1402 Watchung Ave., Plainfield. 

WADE, ARTHUR S., 24 Glenwood PI., East Orange. 

WALLBERG, ERIC I., 16 W. Harvey St., Merchantsville. 

WALSH, JEREMIAH M., 201 W. 3d Ave., Roselle. 

WALSH, PHILIP C 295 Passaic St., Newark. 



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WALTMAN. HARRY R., 208 S. 4th St., MiUvUle. 
WARREN, EDWARD E.. 70 Wiggins Ave., Princeton. 
WATSON, WINTHROP, 100 Meade Ave., Passaic. 
WEBB, EDWARD B., 112 W. Union Ave., Bound Brook. 
WEBER, ALBERT P., Wood Ave., Linden. 
WEBER. CHARLES G., 123 Seymour Ave., Newark. 
WEBER. JOSEPH H., 624 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City. 
WEDEMEYER. WILLIAM L., 238— 1st St., Lakewood. 
WEGNER, BERNARD G., Newfield. 
WEINBERG. EUGENE R., Morris Plains. 
WEISEL. WILLARD P.. 29 Bullman St., Phillipsburg. 
WELLER, WALTER COBSON, 277 Ave "C," Bayonne. 
WELSH, RALPH B., 202 Grand Ave., Hackettstown. 
WENMAN, LOUIS PARDEE, Highwood Box 26, Englewood. 
WESTBY-GIBSON, FRANK, 251 Hornblower Ave., Belleville. 



WESTERGARD, ANDREAS I., U. S. Quarantine, Athenia. 

WHITEHEAD, FRANK R., 522— 15th Ave., Paterson. 

WICKHAM. HENRY J., c/o Wickham Mfg. Co., Matawan. 

WIDEBERG, CARL E., Jamesburg. 

WIDEBERG, JOHN E., Jamesburg. 

WIEMER, OTTO E., 216 W. Grand St., Rahway. 

WILDMAN. TRUMAN B., 18 S. Maple St., Summit. 

WILSON, FREDERICK I., 902 Watchung Ave., Plainfield. 

WISEMAN, R. A., 220— 17th Ave., Paterson. 

WRIGHT, ORMOND W., Jr., Barnegat. 

WYMAN, WALTER M.. 247 N. Mountain Ave., Upper Montclair. 

YATES. SHELDON SMITH, Dana PI., Englewood. 

YOUNG, ROSWELL F., 94 Hillside Ave.. Nutley. 

YOUNG, WALLACE S.. 44 E. 33d St., Bayonne. 



NEW MEXICO 



ATTEBURY JAMES CLARK, Farmington. 

BARROWS. EDGAR LLEWELLYN, Las Cruces. 

BLATTMAN. HENRY E., East Las Vegas. 

BRADLEY, PALMER, Roswell. 

BRYAN, HUGH McCLELLAN. 209 N. nth St., Albuquerque. 

CAROSN, HARRY E.. Hope. 

CHRISTIAN, HENRY M., Carlsbad. 

COX, LESTER L., 306 West 5th St., Roswell. 

CROW. WILLIAM B.. Grady. 

ERVIN, WALDEMAR M., Magdalena. 

FRANKLIN. HENRY C, Alamogordo. 

GAINES, FRANK E., Gallup. 

HALL. THOMAS J., 713 No. Penn., Roswell. 

HAMILTON, J. G., Ft. Summit. 



HERNDON, JAMES BAIRD, 1122 W. Tyers Ave., Albuquerque. 

LISTER. THOMAS R.. Jr., Lordsburg. 

McCASLAND, BARNEY C, Estancia. 

MORROW, JAMES, 791 N. 1st St., Raton. 

MURDOCK, PAUL W.. c/o C. N. Cotton, Gallup. 

OGILVIE, KENNETH, 601 E. sth St.. Roswell. 

TRIMBLE, WILLIAM L., Aztec. 

SAUNDERS. CALDWELL J., 200 E. Deming St., Roswell. 

SKINNER, THOMAS T., 1224 Fruit Ave.. Albuquerque. 

SMITH, JACOB C, Abbott. 

VICKERS, G. S., Deming. 

WARING. GEORGE THOMAS. St. Vincent's Acd., Albuquerque. 

WILLIAMS, BURTON T., Grady. 



NEW YORK CITY AND BROOKLYN 



ABBETT, SHELDON, 969 Park Ave.. N. Y. City. 

ABBOTT. GORDON G., 120 Broadway, N. Y. City. 

ABRONOWITZ, ELLY, 173 McKibben St., Brooklyn. 

ADDISON, MICHAEL, 35 W. 87th St., N. Y. City. 

ADLER, JEROME L., 432 Riverside Drive, N. Y. City. 

ALBRECHT, WILLIAM, Jr.. 334 E. 57th St., N. Y. City. 

ALCOTT, CHARLES W., 547 W. 157th St., N. Y. City. 

ALEXANDER, JOSEPH H.. 14 Parkside Court, Brooklyn. 

ALEXANDER, MORRIS, 153 W. 123rd St., N. Y. City. 

ALLEN, DONALD, 1421 E. 10th St., Brooklyn. 

ALLEN, WILLIAM J., 1684— 2d Ave.. N. Y. City. 

ALLERS, HENRY W., Jr., 61 S. oth St.. Brooklyn. 

ALLERTON, RICHARD MONTGOMERY, 992 E. 8th St., Brooklyn. 

ANDRE, J. D., c/o W. Duke & Sons, 212— 5th Ave., N. Y. City. 

ANGELICOLA, HUGO J.. 141 W. 20th St., N. Y. City. 

ARCHER, LOUIS L. 4554 Park Ave.. N. Y. City. 

ARNOLD, ROBERT V., 269 W. 79th St., N. Y. City. 

ARONSTAM, CHARLES S., 100 Broadway, N. Y. City. 

ARROWOOD, STACY D., 55 Worth St., N. Y. City. 



AUCHINCLOSS, CHARLES C. 12 E. 71st St., N. Y. City. 
AUCHINCLOSS. JOSEPH H., 27 W. 53d St., N. Y. City. 
BACH, LESEM, 508 W. 114th St.. N. Y. City. 
BACH, MILTON J., 128 Broadway. N. Y. City. 
BAIRD, ROBERT LYLE, 176 Prospect Place, Brooklyn. 
BAKER, ARTHUR L., 404 W. 115th St., N. Y. City. 
BAKER, GEORGE P.. Jr.. 2 Wall St., N. Y. City. 
BAKER, GEORGE H., 5 Sheridan Square, N. Y. City. 
BAKER, SAMUEL N.. 17 W. 73d St.. N. Y. City. 
BALDBRIDGE, MILTON C, 118 E. 56th St., N. Y. City. 
BALDWIN, DONALD R., 35— 5th Ave., N. Y. City. 
BALDWIN. SHERMAN, 133 E. 65th St., N. Y. City. 
BALLADUR, NICHOLAS, 105 Hudson St.. N. Y. City. 
BALLISEN, LEOPOLD L., 363 Vernon Ave., Brooklyn. 
BANCKER, ELBERT H., 4 Saint Paul's Court, Brooklyn. 
BANNISTER, CARLETON H.. 670 President St.. Brooklyn. 
BARBER, BENN. 153 E. 33d St., N. Y. City. 
BARBER, JAMES FRED, 58 Manhattan Ave., N. Y. City. 
BARCLAY, GEORGE C, 2 East 78th St., N. Y. City. 



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BARNES, C. D., 74 Broadway, N. Y. City. 

BARR, ROBERT R., 25 Beaver St., N. Y. City. 

BARTLETT, CRAIG SCOTT, 785 Monroe St., Brooklyn. 

BASH, S. M., 160 W. 78th St., N. Y. City. 

BAUMANN, FREDERICK J., 691 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn. 

BEARDEN, RALPH L., Elks Club, N. Y. City. 

BEARSE, PHILIP E., 119 Cambridge Place, Brooklyn 

BECKETT, JAMES, 611 W. 129th St., N. Y. City. 

BEHR, MAX H., Yale Club, N. Y. City. 

BELCHER, SHELDON C, 700 W. 179th St., N. Y. City. 

BENDER, HUGH D., 19s Broadway, N. Y. City. 

BENTLEY, D. B., 235 W. 71st St., N. Y. City. 

BERGIN, DANIEL E., 224— 5th St., N. Y. City. 

BERNHEIMER, EDGAR J., 44 Wall St., N. Y. City. 

BERNSTEIN, PHILIP, 521 W. 175th St., N. Y. City. 

BERNSTEIN, WILLIAM, 19 E. 108th St., N. Y. City. 

BIEDLER, ASHBY LEE, Jr., 90 Riverside Drive, 97 Cedar St., N. Y. 
City. 

BIELEK, ARTHUR, 701 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn. 

BIGGIO, ANDREW ADAMS, 2020 E. 17th St., Brooklyn. 

BIGLEY, JOSEPH H., 26 E. 62d St., N. Y. City. 

BLACKADAR, WALTER L., Equitable Life Ass'n Society, 120 Broad- 
way, N. Y. City. 

BLANCHETT. HERBERT ANDREWS, 550 W. 174th St., N. Y. City. 

BLAGDEN, WENDELL PHILLIPS, 16 E. 10th St., N. Y. City. 

BLANK, HARRY M., 353 Kingston Ave., Brooklyn. 

BLISS, GEORGE, c/o H. W. Hayden & Co., Exchange Place, N. Y. City. 

BLISS, ROBERT BARKER, Jr., 14 W. I02d St., N. Y. City. 

BLOCK, ALFRED, 450 West End Ave., N. Y. City. 

BLUM, ROBERT E., 45 Plaza St., Brooklyn. 

BLUME, GEORGE M„ Jr., 240 E. 31st St., N. Y. City. 

BLUMENTHAL, ARTHUR JOSEPH, 1171— 75th St., Brooklyn. 

BOATRIGHT, R., 248 W. 76th St., N. Y. City. 

BONWIT, HAROLD W., 334 W. 86th St., N. Y. City. 

BOUCHER, HENRY N„ 1 144— 84th St., Brooklyn. 

BRACKETT, NEWELL, 67 E. 121st St., N. Y. City. 

BRADFORD, GEORGE D., 68 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City. 

BRAMWELL, WILLIAM M., 335 Broadway, N. Y. City. 

BRANTLEY, T. L., Colliers Weekly, 416 W. 13th St., N. Y. City. 

BRAYLEY, REGINALD HERBERT, 246 Lincoln Rd., Brooklyn. 

BRENNAN, THOMAS F., 120 Central Park, South, N. Y. City. 

BRICK, GEORGE H., 317 W. 138th St., N. Y. City. 

BRIDGMAN, WILLIAM C, 249 Gates Ave., Brooklyn. 

BRIGGS, JAMES A., 443— 73d St., Brooklyn. 

BRIGHTMAN, GRANT L., 43 W. 32d St., N. Y. City. 

ERISK, CHARLES S., 640 Riverside Drive, N. Y. City. 

BRODRICK. EDWARD JOHN, 194 Bay 43d St., Brooklyn. 

EROOKS, ROBERT E., 120 Liberty St., N. Y. City. 

BROWN, NELSON R., 616 W. 184th St., N. Y. City. 

BROWN, THEODORE E„ 638 McDonough St., Brooklyn. 

BROWNE, EDWARD K„ 81 Willoughby St., Brooklyn. 

BROWNELL, GEORGE A., 312 W. 89th St., N. Y. City. 

BRUCHHAUSEN, RICHARD H., 176 Prospect Place, Brooklyn. 

BRUYERE, GEORGE STEBBINS, 501 W. noth St., N. Y. City. 



BUCKNALL, BERTRAM C, 565 Park Ave., N- Y. City. 

BURCHELL, ARTHUR L., 2326— 83d St., Brooklyn. 

BURLINGAME, F. A., 27 Cedar St., N. Y. City. 

BURNELL, JOSEPH A., 2520 Creston Ave., N. Y. City. 

BYRNES, DANIEL A., 120 Christopher St., N. Y. City. 

CABOT. GEORGE BONNER. 37 W. 7Sth St., N. Y. City. 

CADLEY, ALFRED B., 516 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn. 

CADZOW, WILLIAM S.. 506 W. I72d St., N. Y. City. 

CALKIN, DAVID J., 301 E. 193d St., N. Y. City. 

CALLAHAN, ARTHUR R., 933 Easton Parkway, Brooklyn. 

CALLAWAY. H. ROSS. 1985 Sedgwick Ave., N. Y. City. 

CALNAN, WILLIAM FRANCIS, 7 W. 8th St., N. Y. City. 

CAMERON, DONALD C, 350 W. 55th St.. N. Y. City. 

CAMPBELL, ALLAN B., 50 W. 67th St., N. Y. City. 

CAMPBELL, HEYWORTH, 609 W. 127th St., N. Y. City. 

CAMPBELL, HOWARD C, 460 Riverside Drive, N. Y. City. 

CANFIELD, CASS, 783 Park Ave., N. Y. City. 

CARDILE, PETER E., 49 Stanton St., N. Y. City. 

CARR, WILLIAM J., 831 Carroll St., Brooklyn. 

CASEY, WALTER JOSEPH, 6 Spencer Place, Brooklyn. 

CAVANAUGH. W. K., 215 W. 101st St., N. Y. City. 

CHAMBERS, JOSEPH L., 706 W. 180th St., N. Y. City. 

CHAPMAN, T. L., S3 William St., N. Y. City. 

CHIESA, EMANUEL L., 1704— 78th St., Brooklyn. 

CHILD. WILLIAM G., 8 W. 40th St. 

CHRISTENSEN. CHARLES JOHN, 121 W. 83rd St., N. Y. City. 

COCKS, EDMUND L., 206 W. 128th St., N. Y. City. 

COHEN, HARRY, 56 Bleecker St., N. Y. City. 

COHEN, LOUIS, 142 E. 42d St.. N. Y. City. 

COLE, ALLING, 107 Chambers St., N. Y. City. 

COLL, JAMES P., 510 W. 47th St., N. Y. City. 

COLLINS, JEROME F., 1597 E. 46th St., Brooklyn. 

COMPTON, RICHARD J., Blackman-Ross Co., 85 Madison Ave., N 

Y. City. 
CONDON, WILLIAM T., 381— 6th St., Brooklyn. 
CONROY, THOMAS F.. 252 Prospect Place, Brooklyn. 
CONVERSE, GUY C, N. Y. City. 
COOK, WILLIAM B., 125 Russell St., Brooklyn. 
COOK, W. S„ 1158 Forest Ave., N. Y. City. 
COOKE. HOWARD H., 87 Hancock St., Brooklyn. 
COOKMAN, G. L., 85 Wall St., N. Y. City. 
CORENTHAL, MARTIN, 36 W. 118th St., N. Y. City. 
CORNELL, GEORGE W., Jr., 306 Arlington Ave., Brooklyn. 
CORRIGAN, LOUIS, 216 East Tremont Ave., N. Y. City. 
CRAM, HARWARD W„ Harvard Club, N. Y. City. 
CRANE, FRED R., 854 Prospect Place, Brooklyn. 
CREANGE, ARTHUR L., 3" E. 156th St., N. Y. City. 
CRONE, EDWARD, 241 W. 141st St., N. Y. City. 
CROSBY, ALPHEUS DIXI, 321 St. Nicholas Ave., N. Y. City. 
CULLEN, VINCENT, 1107 Park Place, Brooklyn. 
CULLINAN. DANIEL A., 160 W. 106th St., N. Y. City. 
CURTIS, HAROLD P., 437— 5th Ave., N. Y. City. 
CUSACK, GEORGE JOSEPH, 544 W. 126th St., N. Y. City. 
DAGUE, ROSWELL, 55 W. 44th St., N. Y. City. 



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DAILEY, ARTHUR A., 72s Riverside Drive, N. Y. City. 

DANA, ALBRO N., 131 Hastings St., Manhattan Beach, Brooklyn. 

DANA, WILLIAM D., 73 Barclay St., N. Y. City. 

DANDREAU, JOHN LOUIS, 616 E. 17th St., Brooklyn. 

DARRELL, RICHARD D., 38 E. 57th St., N. Y. City. 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM BEATMAN, 139 W. 47th St., N. Y. City. 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM S.. 638 E. 227th St., N. Y. City. 

DAVIS, DAVID R., 2275 Loring Place, N. Y. City. 

DAVIS, MARCUS ADOLPH, 509 W. 124th St., N. Y. City. 

DAVIS, WENDELL, 204 Madison Ave., N. Y. City. 

DEAN, FREDERICK L., 126 W. 104th St., N. Y. City. 

DEE, THOMAS C, 189 Marcy Ave., Brooklyn. 

DEISER, HERMAN ARTHUR, 382 New York Ave., Brooklyn. 

DELATTRE, ROBERT, 1829— 7th Ave., N. Y. City. 

DICKELY, GEORGE, Jr., 884 Greene Ave., Brooklyn. 

DICKSON, HERBERT FULLERTON, c/o V. N. Dorr, 471 Park Ave., 

N. Y. City. 
DIEFENBACH, ELMER G., 55 Hanson Place, Brooklyn. 
DIEHL, FREDERICK P., 2550 Linden St., Brooklyn. 
DILLON, HERBERT LOWELL, 71 Broadway, N. Y. City. 
DODGE, MURRAY W„ 40 Wall St., N. Y. City. 
DODGE, PHILIP LYNDON, 33 E. 37th St., N. Y. City. 
DOHRENWEND, OTTO EWALD, 147 W. 85th St., N. Y. City. 
DORAN, JOHN F., 21 Marlborough Rd., Brooklyn. 
DOUGLAS, THEODORE M., 164 Waverly Place, N. Y. City. 
DOUSHKESS, VICTOR HUGO, 611 W. iS2d St., N. Y. City. 
DOYLE, ARTHUR H, 195— 29th St., Brooklyn. 
DRAKE, HOWARD ELIOT, 2000 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn. 
DRESCHER, HARRY L., 684 St. Marks Ave., Brooklyn. 
DRYFOOS, JEROME H., 195 Edgecomb Ave., N. Y. City. 
DUDLEY, BENJAMIN J., c/o Prud. Oil Co., N. Y. City. 
DUNNING, H. W., 76 Pearl St., N. Y. City. 
DURACK, VICTOR JOHN, 143— 81st St., Brooklyn. 
EAGER, GEORGE TAYLOR, 723 St. Nicholas Ave., N. Y. City. 
EATON, THOMAS D., 65 Penn St., Brooklyn. 
EDWARDS, LEROY VOGEL, 827 Prospect Place, Brooklyn. 
EGAN, CYRIL BEREMANNS, 416 E. 180th St., N. Y. City. 
EGNER, CARL, c/o Clark, Dodge & Co., Si Wall St., N. Y. City. 
EISENBACH, HOWARD 490 West End Ave., N. Y. City. 
ELLERT, WALTER H., 410 Jefferson Ave., Brooklyn. 
EMMEL, PAUL W., c/o Wood, Struthers & Co., 5 Nassau St., N. Y. 

City. 
EPPIG, HARRY P., 186 Linden St., Brooklyn. 
ETTINGER, BERTRAND, 74 Beaver St., Brooklyn. 
EVANS, EVERETT C, 589— 7th St., Brooklyn. 
EVANS, FRANCIS HURLBUT, 325— Sth Ave., N. Y. City. 
EWING, WILLIAM F. C, 7 E. 65th St., N. Y. City. 
FAIRWEATHER, FRED H., 239 Prospect Place, Brooklyn. 
FENTZKE, W. E., 96 Sackman St., Brooklyn. 
FEUERSTEIN, EDWARD, 655 Willoughby Ave., Brooklyn. 
FIELD, PAUL, 274 Sterling Place, Brooklyn. 
FIFIELD, ERNEST GIBSON, 14 Wall St., N. Y. City. 
FINKELSTEIN, IRVING, 54 E. 116th St., N. Y. City. 
FINNEY, JOHN M., 333 McDonough St., Brooklyn. 



FISCHER, GEORGE L., 305 W. 123rd St., N. Y. City. 
FISH, STUYVESANT, Jr., 37 Wall St., N. Y. City. 
FISHER, WILLIAM HAMILTON, 463 E. 26th St., Brooklyn. 
FISHER, HERBERT ALFRED, 280 Madison Ave., N. Y. City. 
FITZGERALD, CHESTER E.. 505 E. 84th St., N. Y. City. 
FLEISCHMAN, RAOUL H, 4 W. 77th St., N. Y. City. 
FOLKOFF, ROBERT OWEN, 623 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn. 
FORD, ELMER AINSLIE, 61 Morningside Ave., N. Y. City. 
FOSTER, GRAHAM, 210 W. 14th St., N. Y. City. 
FOSTER, STANHOPE, 59 Wall St., N. Y. City. 
FOX, ANDREW J., Jr., 853— 7th Ave., N. Y. City. 
FRAENCKEL, CARL H., 55 W. 69th St., N. Y. City. 
FRANK, JACOB, 334 E. 78th St., N. Y. City. 
FRANK, ROBERT LOUIS, 88 Central Park West, N. Y. City. 
FRAZIER, WILLIAM WALLACE, 106 Hancock St., Brooklyn. 
FREEHOFF, MORTIMER E., 620 Carlton Ave., Brooklyn. 
FRENCH, HARRY H., 30 W. 44th St., N. Y. City. 
FRIEDMAN, BENJAMIN, 5 Attorney St., N. Y. City. 
FRIEDMAN, MORRIS, 192 Reid Ave., Brooklyn. 
FRIEND, EDWARD S., no Conent Ave., N. Y. City. 
FRIEND, STEVEN L., 73 West 85th St., N. Y. City. , 

FRIEDRICHE, REUBEN J., 597 Newcotts Ave., Brooklyn. 
FRUCHT, ARTHUR, 362 Bristol St., Brooklyn. 
FRYE, MELVILLE W., 73 W. 124th St., N. Y. City. 
FULLERTON, BRADFORD M., c/o Chas. E. Whittemore, City Club, 

N. Y. City. 
GALLIN, JACOB, 175 Middleton St., Brooklyn. 
GEER, OLIN POTTER, 37 Wall St., N. Y. City. 
GEISSLER, ADOLPH, 112 E. 85th St., N. Y. City. 
GEIST, ABRAHAM J., 35 Nassau St., N. Y. City. 
GENTES, GEORGE E., c/o Irving Trust Co., Woolworth Bldg., N. Y. 

City. 
GERARD, SUMNER, 68 William St., N. Y. City. 
GERETY, THOMAS W., 73 Seventh Ave., Brooklyn. 
GIELLERUP, LEON W., 1001 Dorchester Rd., Brooklyn. 
GIESELER, RUSSELL WILLIAM, 828 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn. 
GITHONS, JOHN HENRY, 370 St. Nicholas Ave., N. Y. City. 
GLATHE, HENRY BERNHARD, 519— 10th St., Brooklyn. 
GODDARD, HENRY WARREN, 52 Wall St., N. Y. City. 
GOLDBERG, DAVID J., 130 W. 113th St., N. Y. City. 
GOLDEN, ABRAHAM, 504 Hudson St., N. Y. City. 
GOLDMAN, MAX LASKER, 632 Alabama Ave., Brooklyn. 
GOODELL, EARL W.. 425 West End Ave., N. Y. City. 
GOODWIN, WILLIAM J., 70s Carroll St., Brooklyn. 
GOULD, FRANK M., 936 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City. 
GOULDON, ALLYN S., c/o M. W. Kellogg Co., 90 West St., N.Y. 

City. 
GRAHAM, HAROLD SAXTAN. 204 St. James Place, Brooklyn. 
GRAU, WALTER HENRY FERDINAND, 206 E. 16th St., N. Y. City. 
GRAVES, FREDERICK ROBERTS, 617— 5th Ave., N. Y. City. 
GRAY, EMANUEL, 146 W. mthSt., N.Y. City. 
GREEMAN, FREDERICK F., in Broadway, N. Y. City. 
GREEN, NEAL J., 87s Hunts Point Ave., N. Y. City. 
GREEN, SAMUEL, 108 Kent St., Brooklyn. 



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GREENBERG, DAVID BENJAMIN, 38s Central Park West, N. Y. 

City. 
GREENBERG, JOSEPH, 945— 70th St., Brooklyn. 
GREENBURG, MAX E., 99 Nassau St., N. Y. City. 
GREENHUT, FREDERICK W., 107 Taylor St., Brooklyn. 
GREENMAN, FREDERICK FRANCIS, 203 Hooper St.. Brooklyn. 
GRESSER, ALBERT PARSON, 954 Jennings St., N. Y. City. 
GRIFFIN, JOHN CALVIN, 301 W. 106th St., N. Y. City. 
GRTJENEBAUM, SIDNEY, 43 Exchange Place, N. Y. City. 
GRUENING, ERNEST H., Harvard Club, N. Y. City. 
GULLIVER. ASHBEL GREEN, 383 Park Ave., N. Y. City. 
GUNSCHEL. RALPH, Oxford Hall Apts., Brooklyn. 
HACHENBURG, LOUIS M., 1868 Cruger Ave., N. Y. City. 
HADDEN, BRITON, 166 Clinton St., Brooklyn. 
HADDEN, HOWARD DOUGLAS. 248 Henry St., Brooklyn. 
HAGEN. SIGURD, 149 Broadway, N. Y. City. 
HAGENDORN, W. V., 93 Moffat St., Brooklyn. 
HAIDLER. JOHN V., 811 Eagle Ave., N. Y. City. 
HAKIM, EDMUND GEORGE, 4 Dean St., Brooklyn. 
HALLOWELL, GERALD WETHERALD, 424 W. 20th St., N. Y. City. 
HALSTEAD, STEPHEN C, 1460 New York Ave.. Brooklyn. 
HAMILTON, L. A., Hotel Gotham, N. Y. City. 
HAMISCH, FRED, 166 Newell St.. Brooklyn. 
HAMMERSLOUGH, WILLIAM J., 221 W. 57th St.. N. Y. City. 
HAMPSON, W. B.. 318 West St., N. Y. City. 
HAND, HOWARD F., 405 Park Ave., N. Y. City. 
HARMON, HAROLD S., 779 E. 2d St., Brooklyn. 
HARROLD, ROBERT T., 168 Sterling Place, Brooklyn. 
HAZARD, PHILIP L., 617 W. 115th St., N. Y. City. 
HEALEY, FRANCIS C, 471 Putnam Ave., Brooklyn. 
HEALY, RALPH F., 166 E. 80th St., c/o Goggins, N. Y. City. 
HEBARD, GEORGE PROPER, 24th Floor, 14 Wall St., N. Y. City. 
HEGEMAN, JOSEPH C, 24 Montgomery Place, Brooklyn. 
HEISLER, ROGER J., 48 St. Nicholas Place, N. Y. City. 
HELD, DAVID M., 121 W. 116th St., N. Y. City. 
HELLER, HARRY, 146 W. mth St., N. Y. City. 
HEMINWAY, CHARLES S., 38 Livingston St., Brooklyn. 
HEMPSTEAD, GORDON BRUSH, 375 Park Ave., N. Y. City. 
HENDERSON, ERNEST K.. 306 W. 80th St., N. Y. City. 
HERBERTS, H. L., 429 E. 5 2d St., N. Y. City. 
HERMANSEN. H. P., 2690 Valentine Ave., N. Y. City. 
HERRING, LEWIS W., 520 W. 156th St., N. Y. City. 
HERRMAN, HENRY, 307 W. 79th St.. N. Y. City. 
HESSLEIN, ARTHUR M„ 340 Madison Ave., N. Y. City. 
HETZEL, DAVID E., 652— 52d St., Brooklyn. 
HILL, HENLEY, N. Y. Press Club, N. Y. City. 
HILL. PHILLIP S., 27 Pine St., N. Y. City. 
HODENPYL, EUGENE, 37 E. 63d St., N. Y. City. 
HODGMAN, GEORGE BARKER, 399 Park Ave.. N. Y. City. 
HOFF. CHARLES F., 38 E. 72d St., N. Y. City. 
HOGAN, BERNARD F., Title Guarantee & Trust Co., Brooklyn. 
HOLLINGSWORTH, GEORGE K., 252 W. 92d St., N. Y. City. 
HOLM, CLEMENS F.. 8608— 21st Ave.. Brooklyn. 
HOPE, McILROY, 18 St. Nicholas Place. N. Y. City. 



HOPKINS, ROBERT L., 3495 Broadway, N. Y. City. 

HOPPIN, WILLIAM W., 13 E. 75th St., N. Y. City. 

HOTCHKISS, HENRY G., 59 W. 48th St., N. Y. City. 

HOUCHIN, ALBERT E., 712 E. 18th St., Brooklyn. 

HOUGHTON. ROBERT F., 58 Decatur St., Brooklyn. 

HOYT, FRANK WATSON, 102 Lincoln Rd., Brooklyn. 

HUGHES, THOMAS, 1912 Ave. "H," Brooklyn. 

HURLBURT, BUR! E., 150 W. 104th St., N. Y. City. 

HUSING, JOHN H., 1285 Pacific St., Brooklyn. 

HYDE, GEORGE G., 425 W. i62d St., N. Y. City. 

IDE, JOSEPH HENRY, 609 W. 137th St., N. Y. City. 

JACOBS, DAVID P., 301 W. 1.08th St., N. Y. City. 

JACOBSON, HENRY I., 308 W. 73d St., N. Y. City. 

JACOBY, STEPHEN, 147 Nassau St., N. Y. City. 

JAENICKE, CHARLES RUDOLPH, 320 E. 144th St., N. Y. City. 

JARET, MILTON. 1957— 85th St., Brooklyn. 

JEWETT, J. H., 25 Madison Ave., N. Y. City. 

JOHNSON, BROR, American Soc. Swedish Engrs., Brooklyn. 

JOHNSTON, GEORGE BR1NTON, c/o E. B. Hallett, 60 Wall St., 

N. Y. City. 
JONAS, RICHARD AUGUST, Jr., 541 Pearl St., N. Y. City. 
JONES, LOUIS PINCKNEY, 600 W. 165th St.. N. Y. City. 
JULLIEN, C. S., 189 Montague St., Brooklyn. 
KAHN, MILTON, 79 Manhattan Ave., N. Y. City. 
KAITH, WILLIAM STEPTOE, 41 Bannett Ave., N. Y. City. 
KARSHAN, WILLIAM, 1863 Park Place, Brooklyn. 
KARST, PAUL FABER, 382 Wadsworth Ave., N. Y. City. 
KARSTEN, K. R., Civic Club, N. Y. City. 
KEENAN, RAYMOND W., 156 W. 105th St., N. Y. City. 
KEILLEY, JOHN E., 137 W. 86th St., N. Y. City. 
KELLEY, EUGENE, 608 W. 146th St., N. Y. City. 
KEMPNER, ALAN H.. 252 W. 130th St.. N. Y. City. 
KENNEDY, LEONARD, 2 Rector St., N. Y. City. 
KENT, WILLIAM J., Jr., 243 Garfield Place, Brooklyn. 
KIELEY, JOSEPH F., 496 Putnam Ave., Brooklyn. 
KING, ARTHUR L.. 1465— Sist St., Brooklyn. 
KIRKLAND, HAROLD R., 254 Stirling St., Brooklyn. 
KLEES, ALBERT LUDWIG, 2147 Arthur Ave., N. Y. City. 
KLEIMAN. MAX, 145 Sand St., Brooklyn. 
KLEIN, ADOLPH, 302 E. 79th St., N. Y. City. 
KLEINE, WALTER F., Jr., 1819 Clinton Ave., N. Y. City. 
KNEEZEL, HARRY C, 17 State St., N. Y. City. 
KNOX, NELSON RULISON, c/o C. P. Coleman, 53 E. 66th St., N. Y. 

City. 
KNUBEL, FRED R., 48 Hamilton Terrace, N. Y. City. 
KOEHLER, WALTER HENRY, 1424 Franklin Ave., N. Y. City. 
KOFF, SIDNEY CARTON, 610 W. 150th St., N. Y. City. 
KORN, LESTER, 411 West End Ave., N. Y. City. 
KREAGER, ALEXANDER, 636— 1st Ave., N. Y. City. 
KROPSHAUSER, HENRY F., 125 Indig St., Brooklyn. 
KROTH, JOSEPH ANTHONY, 105 Monroe St., Brooklyn. 
KRUEGER, ALFRED PAUL, 8 Beach St., N. Y. City. 
KUNHARDT, KINGSLEY. 124 W. 74th St., N. Y. City. 
KURTZ. ALBERT B.. 1632 Madison Ave., N. Y. City. 



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LABROT, WILLIAM H., 1067— 5th Ave., N. Y. City. 

LAFFERTY, F., 100 Hudson St., N. Y. City. 

LAMBERT, SAMUEL W., Jr., 130 E. 3Sth St., N. Y. City. 

LAMERLING, ELLIOTT, 122 Attorney St., N. Y. City. 

LANDE, ISAAC, is William St., N. Y. City. 

LAPOLLA, GARIBALDI M., Dewitt Clinton High School, N. Y. City- 

LASKER, H. M., 225 W. 86th St., N. Y. City. 

LASSMAN, BENJAMIN, 1248 St. Nicholas Ave., N. Y. City. 

LATOUR, CASPER C, 1321 Franklin Ave., N. Y. City. 

LAWLER, JOHN W., 75 Kenilworth Place, Brooklyn. 

LAZO, CARLOS, 33 W. 51st St., N. Y. City. 

LEAHY, WILLIAM F., 2543 Valentine Ave., N. Y. City. 

LEEDS, STANTON, 15 Gramercy Park, N. Y. City. 

LEFFERTS, GILLET, 122 E. 82d St., N. Y. City. 

LESLIE, GRAHAM M., 503 W. 131st St., N. Y. City. 

LEUZE, JOSIE CHARLES, 49 DeKoven Court, Brooklyn. 

LEWENTHAL, MYRON M., 302 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City. 

LEVY, HERBERT ARTHUR, 18 E. 60th St., N. Y. City. 

LEWIS, GEORGE P., 537 Chauncey St., Brooklyn. 

LIEBERMAN, SAMUEL, 132 W. 117th St., N. Y. City. 

LIGHTCAP, JOSEPH L., 204 Franklin Ave., Brooklyn. 

LIMBACH, CURTIS A., 02 Hendrix St., Brooklyn. 

LINDMARK, SAVED, 676 Riverside Drive, N. Y. City. 

LITTICK, HENRY C, 326 W. 55th St., N. Y. City. 

LOCKE, L. LELAND, 950 St. Johns Place, Brooklyn. 

LOEB, LOUIS M., 272 W. 91st St., N. Y. City. 

LLOYD, HAROLD W., 151 W. 105th St., N. Y. City. 

LONGMAN, ROBERT MARTINEZ, 265 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn. 

LOW, ETHELBERT IDE, 38 E. 64th St., N. Y. City. 

LOW, KENNETH B., 509— 5th St., Brooklyn. 

LOWENGRUND, ROBERT J., 1306 Madison Ave.. N. Y. City. 

LUSTIG, HARRY, 200 W. 145th St., N. Y. City. 

McCABE, JOHN P., 132 A Patchen Ave., Brooklyn. 

McCALDIN, JAMES R., 45— 8th Ave., Brooklyn. 

McCARTE, S. W., si A Elisleth Ave., N. Y. City. 

McCONNELL, ELBERT L., 296 Rugby Rd., Brooklyn. 

McDERMOTT, LAWRENCE D., 130 Franklin Ave., Brooklyn. 

McGEARY, J. D., 746 St. Nicholas Ave., N. Y. City. 

McILHENNY, HORACE R., 116 W. 103rd St., N. Y. City. 

McISAAC, R. M., 79 Lefferts Place. Brooklyn. 

McLANE, ALLAN. Jr., 7 East 70th St., N. Y. City. 

McMAHON, DANIEL F., N. Y. Athletic Club, N. Y. City. 

McNAMARA, EDWARD J., 1463 E. 15th St., Brooklyn. 

MacMICHAEL, CHARLES H., 473— 15th St., Brooklyn. 

MacDONALD, BUNN J., 346 Lefferts Ave., Brooklyn. 

MacGRUER, JOHN A., 291 Madison Ave., N. Y. City. 

MacMULLEN, ROSS A., 238 Fenimore St., Brooklyn. 

MABON, JAMES B., Jr., 420 Park Ave., N. Y. City. 

MALI. HENRY J., 8 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City. 

MALMAR, GIRARD GOFF, 118 E. 17th St., N. Y. City. 

MANNING, HENRY S.. Jr., 49 Wall St., N. Y. City. 

MANNING, JOHN J., 143 E. 95th St., N. Y. City. 

MARCEAU, HENRI GABRIEL, 524 W. 124th St., N. Y. City. 

MARSH, WILLIAM BARTON, 9 Christopher St., N. Y. City. 



MARSHALL, W. T., 2490 Tiebout Ave., N. Y. City. 

MATLAW, UDELL, 525 W. 169th St., N. Y. City. 

MAY, ARTHUR G., 317 W. 99th St., N. Y. City. 

MAYER, OTTO S., 47 W. 87th St., N. Y. City. 

MAYNARD, LINA D., NafI City Co., Wall St.. N. Y. City. 

MAYNE, W. C, 25 Broad St., N. Y. City. 

MEDICI, HOWARD R., 6 W. io 2 d St., N. Y. City. 

MEEHAN, THOMAS ANTHONY, 1757 Topping Ave., N. Y. City. 

MESSING, ARTHUR JOSEPH, Sherman Square Hotel. N. Y. City. 

MEYER, GEORGE C, 97— 6th Ave., Brooklyn. 

MEYER, HARRY J., 101 Saratoga Ave., Brooklyn 

MICKLE, JOHN KENNETH, 161 Madison Ave., N. Y. City. 

MILLAR, JOHN H., 139 Broadway, N. Y. City. 

MILLARD, CLARENCE B., 122 Fenimore St., Brooklyn. 

MILLER, DURAND R., S76 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City. 

MILLER. GORDON, 240 E. 178th St., N. Y. City. 

MILLER, JOHN V., 95 St. James Place, Brooklyn. 

MILLER, SAMUEL C, 113 Gravesend Ave., Brooklyn. 

MILLS, H. L., 150 E. 72d St., N. Y. City. 

MILLS, JOHN T., 719 Madison Ave., N. Y. City. 

MIRANDA, RAFAEL J., 279 West End Ave., N. Y. City. 

MOLLER, PAUL STEEN, 82 Moffat St., Brooklyn. 

MOORE, ALLEN E., Room 1800, 37 Wall St., N. Y. City. 

MOORE, H. D., 434 W. 120th St., N. Y. City. 

MOORE, JOHN FRANCIS, 239— 76th St., Brooklyn. 

MORGAN, H. P., Rm. 407—204 Franklin St., N. Y. City. 

MORGAN, MORGAN G., 60 Broadway, N. Y. City. 

MORRIS, ALEXANDER B., 169 Warren St., Brooklyn. 

MORRIS, RICHARDSON. 27 W. 44th St.. N. Y. City. 

MORRIS, RICHARD L., 16 Wall St., N. Y. City. 

MULLANEY, E. J., 251 Rutledge St., Brooklyn. 

MURPHY, EDWARD S., 629 Beverly Road, Brooklyn. 

MURPHY, JOSEPH, 116 E. 92d St., N. Y. City. 

MURRELL, THOMAS EDGAR, 65 Park Ave., N. Y. City. 

NAGELBERG, JOSEPH L„ 1816 Marion Ave., N. Y. City. 

NATHAN, ELI M., 35 W. 86th St., N. Y. City. 

NESBITT, CLARENCE R., 56s W. 113th St., N. Y. City. 

NETTER, ROBERT, 258 W. 55th St., N. Y. City. 

NEVIN, WILLIAM M., 246— 75th St, Brooklyn. 

NIGHTINGALE, DONALD J., 817 West End Ave., N. Y. City. 

NOLAN. FRANK A., 818 Tinton Ave., N. Y. City. 

NUTT, IRVING. 970 Bergen St., Brooklyn. 

O'GRADY, R. C, 461 Marion St., Brooklyn. 

O'KELLY, JOSEPH J., 60 Wall St., N. Y. City. 

O'KELLY, JOSEPH JOHN, 310 W. 73d St., N. Y. City. 

O'REILLY, PATRICK, 159 W. 22d St., N. Y. City. 

O'SULLIVAN, SAMUEL F., 302 E. 39th St., N. Y. City. 

OPPENHEIMER, GEORGE S., 47 W. 69th St., N. Y. City. 

ORNITZ, NATHANIEL B., 1004 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn. 

OTTO, WILLIAM PHILIP, 654— 7th St., Brooklyn. 

PARKER, GRENVILLE, 120 Broadway, N. Y. City. 

PARKER, JAMES E., 144 Montague St., Brooklyn. 

PARRY, AUGUSTUS N., Jr., 103 W. 54th St., N. Y. City. 

PATTERSON. HAROLD AZRO, 28 E. 52d St.. N. Y. City. 



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PATTERSON. MOREHEAD, 5"— 5th Ave., N. Y. City. 

PELLESTREAN, LOVELL H., 334 Lincoln Rd.. Brooklyn. 

PERNOD, GUSTAVE G., 46 E. 34th St., N. Y. City. 

PERR1N, LEE JAMES, 42 Broadway, N. Y. City. 

PHILIPS, RODERICK JOHNSTONE, 449 Park Ave., N. Y. City. 

PICKETT, WILLIAM V., 303 E. 21st St, N. Y. City. 

PIKE, MORRIS EMANUEL, 1389 Stebbins Ave., N. Y. City. 

PIZZANI, ANTHONY J., 290 E. 150th St., N. Y. City. 

PLATT, COLLIER, S35 Park Ave., N. Y. City. 

POPE, WORDEN, 323 W. 77th St., N. Y. City. 

PORTER, WILLIAM, 310 W. I22d St., N. Y. City. 

POTTER, ASA PERKINS, Jr., 43 Exchange Place, N. Y. City. 

POTTER, ORLANDO B., 71 Broadway, N. Y. City. 

POWDERLY, WILLIAM JOSEPH, 607 W. 180th St., N. Y. City. 

PRETZFELD, CHARLES J., 170 W. 74th St., N. Y. City. 

PRICE, H. S., 1128— 45th St., Brooklyn. 

PURDY, JAMES H., 2530 Grand Concourse, N. Y. City. 

PURDY, RAY FOOTE, 188 McDonough St., Brooklyn. 

PUTNAM, GEORGE PALMER, 6 W. 45th St., N. Y. City. 

PYLE, CHARLES McA., Hotel McAlpin, N. Y. City. 

QUINN, JOSEPH M., 2815 Creston Ave, N. Y. City. 

RAGGIE, EUGENE CARR, Jr., 600 W. I92d St., N. Y. City. 

RANGER, LOUIS, c/o J. W. Seligman, 1 William St., N. Y. City. 

RATHVON, NATHANIEL P., 14 Wall St., N. Y. City. 

RATTINGER, MOVIS MAX, 777 Forest Ave., N. Y. City. 

RAYMOND, VALENTINE K., 195 Berkeley Place, Brooklyn. 

REDDICK, WILLIAM, Huntzinger & Dilworth, 57th St. & 7th Ave., 
N. Y. City. 

REDFORD, EMIL, 854 E. 167th St., N. Y. City. 

REDLER, LEO, 171 E. 105th St., N. Y. City. 

REID, JOSEPH W., 972 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn. 

REIMER, THOMAS FRANCIS, 60 Wall St., N. Y. City. 

REINHARDT, CHARLES E, 462 Convent Ave., N. Y. City. 

REISS, LINCOLN, 48 Pinehurst Ave., N. Y. City. 

REMSEN, GERARD T., 60 Wall St., N. Y. City. 

REUFF, JACQUES, 2183 Broadway, N. Y. City. 

REYBACK, HERMAN W., 254 W. 135th St., N. Y. City. 

REYDEL, WILLIAM, 1195 Madison Ave., Brooklyn. 

RICHARDS, IRA, N. Y. City. 

ROBB, JAMES HAMPDEN, 35 E. 64th St., N. Y. City. 

ROBERTS, GEORGE, 25 W. nth St., N. Y. City. 

ROCKEFELLER, GODFREY S, 292 Madison Ave., N. Y. City. 

ROGERS, EDMUND P., 116 E. 63d St., N. Y. City. 

ROGERS, ERNEST WHITFIELD, 441— 43d St., Brooklyn. 

ROMAINE, PIERCE LOUIS, 290 West End Ave., N. Y. City. 

ROSENBAUM, LEWIS, 292 Livonia Ave., Brooklyn. 

ROSENBERG, SAMUEL, 1038 Boston Road, N. Y. City. 

ROSENTHAL, ABRAHAM, 15 W. 112th St., N. Y. City. 

ROSS, CHARLES LIVINGSTON, 66 Hancock St., Brooklyn. 

ROSS. E. Z., 625 E. 3d St., Brooklyn. 

ROSS, IRVING, 349 E. 15th St., Brooklyn. 

ROSSITER, CLINTON LAWRENCE, Jr., 97 Columbia Hgts., Brook- 
lyn. 

RUBINSTEIN, REUBEN R., 522 W. I52d St., N. Y. City. 



RUDOLPH, FREDERICK J., 297 Grove St., Brooklyn. 
RUEFF, JACQUES, 8183 Broadway, N. Y. City. 
RUSSELL, MARSHALL H., 71 Broadway, N. Y. City. 
RUSSELL, WILLIAM E., 176 Garfield Place, Brooklyn. 
RYDER, ADRIAN H., 3 S. Elliott Place, Brooklyn. 
SACK, JOHN JACOB, 1061 Morris Ave., N. Y. City. 
SAKS, HORACE A., Saks & Co., N. Y. City. 
SALZ, LOUIS CHARLES, 272 S. 9th St., Brooklyn. 
SANDERSON, HENRY G., 262 W. 83d St., N. Y. City. 
SARTORIUS, IRVING A., 20 Broad St., N. Y. City. 
SAUNDERS, HAROLD A., Hotel Martinique, N. Y. City. 
SAVAGE, CORNELIUS B., 1145 Undercliffe Ave., N. Y. City. 
SAXE, ARTHUR G., 416 W. 118th St., N. Y. City. 
SCHAEFER, ANTON H., 115 E. 53d St., N. Y. City. 
SCHAEFER, BERNHARD K., 327 W. 108th St., N. Y. City. 
SCHANZ, ARTHUR C, 55 Monroe St., Brooklyn. 
SCHINDLER, WALTER SCOTT. 59— Sth Ave., N. Y. City. 
SCHLESSINGER, WALTER CHARLES, 222 Riverside Drive, N. Y. 

City. 
SCHLEY, E. B., 734~ 5th Ave., N. Y. City. 
SCHMITT, MATHIAS, 1991 Bathgate Ave., N. Y. City. 
SCHNEBBE, JOHN D., 969 Lincolnplace, Brooklyn. 
SCHOELER, WALTER H., 227 E. 124th St., N. Y. City. 
SCHOOLFIELD, JOHN H., 1 Madison Ave., N. Y. City. 
SCHWAB, FRANCIS C, 323 W. 77th St., N. Y. City. 
SCHWARTZ, BERNARD L., 606 W. 115th St., N. Y. City. 
SCHWARTZ. MAXWELL MARTIN, i326Washington Ave.. N.Y. City. 
SCHWARZ, HERBERT F., 303 Fifth Ave., N. Y. City. 
SCHWARZ, PHILLIP, 621 E. 179th St., N. Y. City. 
SEGGERMAN, KENNETH M., 302 W. 81st St., N. Y. City. 
SHANBERG, LOUIS E„ 792 Rockaway Ave., Brooklyn. 
SHANER, B. K., 506 W. 112th St., N. Y. City. 
SHEDD, WILLIAM G., 148 E. 38th St., N. Y. City. 
SHEINHOUSE, HERMAN, 158 W. 76th St., N. Y. City. 
SHERMAN, MAX, 1618— 54th St., Brooklyn. 
SIEGEL, LEO, 1507 Ave. "U," Brooklyn. 
SIEMEL, WILLIAM B., 1590 Lexington Ave., N. Y. City. 
SILVERMAN, EDWARD L., 341 Wyona St., Brooklyn. 
SILVERMAN, GABRIEL, 1445 Riverside Drive, N. Y. City. 
SIMMONDS, HAROLD WILLIAM, 279 Ryerson St., Brooklyn. 
SMITH, ARTHUR G., 78 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn. 
SMITH, AUGUSTINE, 327 E. 17th St., N. Y. City. 
SMITH, WILLARD, 97 Ft. Washington Ave., N. Y. City. 
SMITH, WILLIAM J., 4815— 4th Ave., Brooklyn. 
SNOW, GEORGE P., 55 W. 48th St., N. Y. City. 
SOLOMON, E. L., 1890— 7th Ave., N. Y. City. 
SORZANO, JULIO F., Jr., 228 Garfield Place, Brooklyn. 
SOSA, MARTIN F., c/o Dr. C. A. Cooke, 430 W. 118th St., N. Y. City. 
SPIELBERGER, L., 353 E. 86th St., N. Y. City. 
SPROUL, AVARD C, 507 W. nth St., N. Y. City. 
STANTON, WILLIAM T., 30 W. 49th St., N. Y. City. 
STARKE, RALPH GUSTAVE, 320 E. 201st St., N. Y. City. 
STASTNEY, VINCENT K., 146 E. 7th St., N. Y. City. 
STEINER, ALFRED G., 1081 Teller Ave., N. Y. City. 



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STENBERG, HUGO HENRY, 664— 44th St., Brooklyn. 
STEVENS, CHESTER H., 56 William St., N. Y. City. 
STEWART, WALTER DANIEL, 8 Stanhope St., Brooklyn. 
STINSON, JOSEPH W., Gotham Hotel, N. Y. City. 
STIRES, ERNEST VAN R., 3 W. S3d St., N. Y. City. 
STOFFERS, HERMAN, 334 E. 83d St., N. Y. City. 
STROH, FRED, 2204— 7th Ave., N. Y. City. 
SULLIVAN, EUGENE B., 810 Elsmere Place, N. Y. City. 
SULLIVAN, JOHN J., 515 W. 148th St., N. Y. City. 
SULZBERGER. LEO, 354— 4th Ave., N. Y. City. 
SUTPHIN, HENRY HULBERT, 439 Lafayette St., N. Y. City. 
SUVVER, SAMUEL GERARD, 557— 53d St., Brooklyn. 
SWAAB, FRANK LEOPOLD, 35— 5th Ave., N. Y. City. 
SWAN, JOSEPH R., 174 E. 79th St., N. Y. City. 
SWANTON, ALLEN FRANKLIN, 367 Edgecombe Ave., N. Y. City. 
SWEENEY, JAMES J., 847 President St., Brooklyn. 
SWERDLOVE, LOUIS, 1384 Prospect Ave., N. Y. City. 
TAFT, WALBRIDGE S., 40 Wall St., N. Y. City. 
TAYLOR. FRANK CARROLL, 30 Broad St., N. Y. City. 
TAYLOR, R. R., 346 Broadway, N. Y. City. 
TEA, MAXWELL JOSEPH, 222 W. 140th St., N. Y. City. 
THOMAS, ROBERT W., 475 Quincy St., Brooklyn. 
THOMPSON, ANDREW WILLIAM, 9 E. 130th St., N. Y. City. 
THOMPSON, FREDERICK A., 20— 5th Ave., N. Y. City. 
THOMPSON, GEORGE H., 458 Classon Ave., Brooklyn. 
THOMPSON, W. C. 268 Hawthorne St., Brooklyn. 
THORMAN, BEN, 500 W. 144th St., N. Y. City. 
TIENKEN, CHARLES E., 2171 Washington Ave., N. Y. City. 
TOBEY, HAROLD, 25 Broad St., N. Y. City. 
TOMPKINS, ALFRED T., 112 W. 94th St., N. Y. City. 
TOOMEY, EDWARD A., 13 Irving Place, Brooklyn. 
TOSTEVIN, LANSING, 555 W. 173d St., N. Y. City. 
TOWNSEND, EDWARD P., 230 W. 76th St., N. Y. City. 
TREACY, LOUIS V., 120 Broadway, N. Y. City. 
TROWBRIDGE, SHERMAN, 1 W. 64th St., N. Y. City. 
TRUESDALE, CALVIN, 120 Broadway, N. Y. City. 
TUCKER, HENRY A., 2720 Decatur Ave., N. Y. City. 
TURNER, CYRUS CALHOUN, 32 Liberty St., N. Y. City. 
TURNER, J. H., 118 W. 57th St., N. Y. City. 
TWEED, HARRISON, 24 Broad St.. N. Y. City. 
TWERSKY, MOSES ABRAHAM, 574 Warwick St., Brooklyn. 
TWITCHELL, JAMES WARD, 316 W. 79th St., N. Y. City. 
VANDERHOEF, NATHANIEL S. W„ 47 E. 9 2d St., N. Y. City. 



VAN INGEN, EDWARD HOOK, 2d, 4 E. 73d St., N. Y. City. 
VAN NESS, S. A., 5a William St., N. Y. City. 
VOLCK. MORRIS RODERICK, Yale Club, N. Y. City. 
VON DREUSCHE, CHARLES S., 526— 54th St., Brooklyn. 
VREELAND, THOMAS R., 239 W. 72d St., N. Y. City. 
WAITE, JOHN A., 165 Russell St., Brooklyn. 
WALKER, RAY M., 924 West End Ave., N. Y. City. 
WANGER, HENRY, 132 W. 58th St., N. Y. City. 
WARDENBURG, HARRY G., 144 St. Mark's Ave., Brooklyn. 
WARE, RICHMOND A.. 270 Convent Ave., N. Y. City. 
WEEKS, ROBERT J., 717 W. I77th St., N. Y. City. 
WEGNER, HARRY W., 19 W. 44th St., N. Y. City. 
WEGNER, LOUIS KAUNITZ, 846 Hewitt Place, N. Y. City. 
WEIGEL, PAUL, 4445 Furman Ave., N. Y. City. 
WEINBENDER, WILLIAM L., 5 W. 125th St., N. Y. City. 
WEISBERG, REUBEN, 619 Cleveland St., Brooklyn. 
WEISBROD, FREDERICK, 379 Washington Ave., Brooklyn. 
WELCH, THOMAS F., 49 East 130th St.. N. Y. City. 
WERNER, LOUIS, Jr., 251 W. I02d St., N. Y. City. 
WESTON, GEORGE W., 102 E. 128th St., N. Y. City. 
WHELAN, JOHN J., 136!— 58th St., Brooklyn. 
WHITBECK, ROSS M., 258 Ovington Ave., Brooklyn. 
WHITEHOUSE, IRVING P., 38 E. 49th St., N. Y. City. 
WILCOX, HAROLD H., 56 W. nth St., N. Y. City. 
WILKS, HAMMILL VINCENT, 336 W. 35th St., N. Y. City. 
WILLARD, RALPH S., 364 W. 50th St., N. Y. City. 
WILLIAMS, GILBERT, 43 Exchange Place, N. Y. City. 
WILLIAMS, WILLIAM A., 53 Irving Place, N. Y. City. 
WILMOT, HARRISON F., 308 Adelphi St., Brooklyn. 
WILSON, HENRY WARREN, 556 Rugby Rd., Brooklyn. 
WINCHELL, HOMER B., 252 E. 19th St., Brooklyn. 
WINSTON, EDWARD, 1182 Madison Ave., N. Y. City. 
WISE, FRANK L., 236 W. 101st St., N. Y. City. 
WOLF, ARTHUR C, 205 W. 148th St., N. Y. City. 
WOLFF, FRANK H., Hotel Majestic, N. Y. City. 
WOLFSON, SIDNEY K., 28 St. Nicholas Place, N. Y. City. 
WRIGHT, B. F., 201 W. 72d St., N. Y. City. 
WRIGHT, HERMAN L., City Club, 55 W. 44th St., N. Y. City. 
YATES, JOHN P., 25 W. 45th St., Suite 402, N. Y. City. 
YOUNG, CHARLES N., 1921 Andrews Ave., N. Y. City. 
YOUNG, THOMAS S., Jr., Hotel Plaza, N. Y. City. 
ZION, IRVING, 120 Broadway, N. Y. City. 



NEW YORK 



ACHILLES, HENRY L., 190 Oxford St., Rochester. 
ADAMS, WINFIELD S., Mount Pleasant. 
ADLER, MAX A., c/o L. Adler Bros. & Co., Rochester. 
AGNEW, JOHN C, 86 Broad St., Plattsburg. 
AIKENHEAD, DONALD T., New Rochelle. 
ALDRICH, NATHAN E., R. No. 17, Fredonia. 
ALLEN, RAYMOND F., Interlaken. 
AMENDEN, J. H„ North River, Warren Co. 



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ANDERSON, HAROLD EDWARD, Scarborough. 
ANDREWS, V., R. D. No. 3, Oneonta. 
ANNABEL, JOHN A., Clinton St., Batavia. 
ARCHBALD, EDWARD B., 107 Hodge Ave., Buffalo. 
ARCHBALD, JOSEPH A., Jr., 107 Hodge Ave., Buffalo. 
ASHLEY, DOMINIC CESSARIO, 40 Warren St., Glens Falls. 
ASHMORE, GEORGE T., 117 Union Ave., Utica. 
AUSTIN, GILBERT, Elmhurst, L. I. 



AVERY, JAMES C, 5 Swift St., Auburn. 

BAILEY, ALFRED J., 58 Cady St., Rochester. 

BAILEY, WILLIAM S., Jr., 81 S. Main St., Jamestown. 

BAIRD, JOHN A., 288 Laburnum Crescent, Rochester. 

BAKER, ELMER C, 307 Morgan St., Tonawanda. 

BAKER, JOHN C, Great Neck. 

BAKER, STALHAM S., Barnard. 

BALDWIN, JOHN H., 53 Saratoga Ave., Cohoes. 

BALDY, WESLEY HINSON, 198 Cleveland Ave., Buffalo. 

BALLWAY, FRANCIS C, 70s Park St.. Syracuse. 

BALTZER, H. A., Hamburg. 

BAME, LYNN H., 177 E. Main St., Lancaster. 

BARNES, ROLAND. Ovid. 

BARNUM, ALFRED E., 769 Meigs St., Rochester. 

BARON, CHARLES GEORGE, 188 Water St., Fredonia. 

BARRON, EDWARD H., 94 Ballston Rd., Schenectady. 

BARRY, CHARLES C, 428 Lodi St., Syracuse. 

BARTHOLOMEW, W. E., 108 Jay St., Albany. 

BARTLETT, KENNETH H., 62 Cornell Ave., Yonkers. 

BASS, LYMAN N., 1330 Marine Bank Bldg., Buffalo. 

BATSFORD, EDWIN G., Fruitdale Farm, Guilderland Center. 

BECKWITH, HENRY K., 1050 Harvard St., Rochester. 

BECRAFT, LELAND E., 132 N. 3d St., Olean. 

BEHA, HENRY FRANK, R. F. D. No. 1, West Leyden. 

BELLOWS, F. M., 72 Stewart Ave., Mamaroneck. 

BENEDICT, CLIFFORD J., Wisner. 

BENNETT, JOHN STEPHENS, Cornell. 

BENSINGER, NEAL EDGAR, 48 Hamilton Ave., Auburn. 

BENTON, LLOYD B., R. R. No. 3, Potsdam. 

BERGNER, CHARLES STANLEY, 758 Rutger St., Utica. 

BERNARD, CLINTON PERCIVAL, 34 Harriman Ave., Jamaica. 

BEROLZHEIMER, HENRY, Gellian Hall, Tarrytown. 

BETTS, WALTER. Marlboro. 

BIEDERSTEDT, FREDERICK HERMAN ALBERT, 417H 

Genesee St., Syracuse. 
BIRDSALL, JULIAN KELLOGG, 59 South Ave., Brockport. 
BLAIR, DAVID E., Staatsburg. 

BLAKE, WAINWRIGHT, 677 Burchard St., Watertown. 
BLISS, FRANK RICHARD, 44 Rumsey St., Bath. 
BLISS, G. J., R. F. D. No. 5. Canastota. 
BOARDMAN, K., Woodmere. 

BOLTON, E. H., c/o H. R. Bolton, Eden Center, Erie Co. 
BORDEN, HARRY, 71 N. Main St., Liberty. 
BORLAND, J. M., Bedford Hills. 

BOSTOCK, GEORGE M., 30 Mynderse St., Schenectady. 
BOWERS, WILLIAM H., 203 Hill Ave., Solvay. 
BOYD, FAY E.. Andover. 
BRADBOOKS, WILLIAM G., Attica. 
BRADNER, SIDNEY D., 35 Norwood Ave., Jamestown. 
BRADY, CYRUS T., 22 Edgecliff Terrace, Yonkers. 
BRADY, DAVID B., 1004 Brinckerhoff Ave., Utica. 
BRADY, EDMOND B., 22 Edgecliff Terrace, Yonkers. 
BRAIDWOOD. JOHN P., 111—96* St., Woodhaven. 
BRAIDWOOD, P. J., in— 96th St., Woodhaven. 



W. 



BRANDY, JOSEPH R., 42 Elizabeth St., Ogdensburg. 

BRANNAMAN, WHEELER O., Hotel Oneonta, Oneonta. 

BREWSTER, W. H„ Lake Placid. 

BRIGHTMAN, W. A., 32 Lincoln St.. Middletown. 

BRIND, CHARLES ALBERT, 860 Madison Ave., Albany. 

BROOKS, FREDERIC D., Horseheads. 

BROWN, CHARLES ALEXANDER, 1776 East Ave., Rochester. 

BROWN, SCOTT L., Leonardsville. 

BROWN, THOMAS A., 609 N. George St., Rome. 

BRUBACHER, JOHN S., 22 S. Manning Blvd., Albany. 

BRUCKER, JOSEPH M., 744 Brandywine Ave., Schenectady. 

BUCHHOLTZ, CLARENCE L., 658 E. Main St., Batavia. 

BUCK, GLENN L., 7« N. Aurora St., Ithaca. 

BUCKLEY, J. M., Cambridge. 

BUCKLEY. KENNETH POMEROY, 741 Lancaster Ave., Syracuse. 

BUECHNER. ADOLPH ALBERT, 4165 Rockaway Rd., Ozone Park. 

BUELL, WILLIAM R., 8 Locust St., Norwich. 

BULL, E. NORMAN, 3 New Market St., Poughkeepsie. 

BUNYAN, JAMES B.. 60 Ballston Ave., Ballston Spa. 

BURBRIDGE, MANYARD ALFORD, 124 Lewis St., Auburn. 

BURDICK, LUCIAN T., Little Genesee. 

BURGESS, CHESTER WALTON, 2566 Main St., Buffalo. 

BURKARD, ANDREW N., Mineola. 

BURKE. FRANCIS EMMETT, 79 Bird St., Rochester. 

BURLAGE, STANLEY R., 21 Spring St., Fredonia. 

BURNELL, JAMES JULIUS, Schroon Lake, Essex Co. 

BURNS, OWEN GREG, 19 Fountain St., Clinton. 

BYRNE, WALTER A., Ballston Spa. 

BYRNES, WILLIAM T., 596— 4th Ave., Long Island City. 

CALLAN, WILLIAM JOSEPH, c/o Butler Heald & Butler, Yonkers. 

CALLI, ROCCO ROSARIE, 156 Canal St., Canastota. 

CAMWELL, CHARLES H., 173 Fiske Ave.. West New Brighton, S. I. 

CANAVELLO, F., 1357 Union St., Buffalo. 

CANDEE, HORACE F., 721 University Bldg., Syracuse. 

CANFIELD, THOMAS FRANCIS, 56 Park St., Gouverneur. 

CARMAN, GEORGE B., 50 Hilton Ave.. Hempstead. 

CARNEY. JAMES EDWARD, Bloomingdale. 

CARPENTER, CARL V.. Elbridge, Onondaga Co. 

CARPENTER, CLIFFORD E., East Aurora, Erie Co. 

CARROL, JAMES, Jr., Northport. 

CARROLL. WILLIAM B., 9 Draper St., Oneonta. 

CARSON, CHARLES W., Central Y. M. C. A., Buffalo. 

CAWTER, ERNEST J., Canisteo. 

CASE, HOMER F., 921 West Ave., Buffalo. 

CASE, SEWARD HOMER, Interlaken. 

CATLIN, LLOYD W., 14 Park St., Warsaw. 

CHADEAYNE, HENRY F., Firthcliffe. 

CHAMPLAIN, J. B. F., Little Valley. 

CHAPIN, ARTHUR STERLING, 153 Madison Ave., Flushing. 

CHENEY, JOHN P., Manlius. 

CHENEY, WALTER W., Syracuse. 

CHRISMAN, GEORGE F., 560 Columbus Ave., Syracuse. 

CHRISTOPHER, CHARLES S., 75 Lockman Ave., Mariner Harbor. 

CLARY, THOMAS, 3 Mumford St., Seneca Falls. 



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CLARKE, H. E., 420 Milton Ave., Syracuse. 

CLARKE, JOHN J., R. F. No. 1, North Lawrence. 

CLEMANS, HAROLD H., 622 Pine Ave., Niagara Palls. 

CLINE, JAMES MASON, 15 Park St., Amsterdam. 

CLOHER, WILLIAM S., 12 Jewett Place, Utica. 

CLUTE, GERALD P., 10 Saratoga Ave., Cohoes. 

CLUTE, WALTON M., 451 Melville St., Rochester. 

COBBETT, ALFRED R., 8 Elk St., Cooperstown. 

COCHRANE, GEORGE J., 508 Elliott Square, Buffalo. 

COFFEE, CHARLES P., 123 Quarry St., Ithaca. 

COHEN, ARTHUR LAWRENCE, n 20 Academy St.. Watertown. 

COHEN, SAMUEL, 73 Beacon St., Rochester. 

COLEMAN, HENRY E., 121 Webster Ave., Goshen. 

COLIN, GUY W., N. Parlwood Ave., Johnstown. 

COLLINS, WALTER L„ 281 Madison Ave., Albany. 

COLT, JAMES W., Geneseo. 

COLYER, EDWARD S., Ballston Lake, Saratoga Co. 

COMBES, RICHARD S., 20 Elmhurst Ave., Elmhurst. 

COMSTOCK, FRED L., 89— 1st Ave., Gloversville. 

CONKLIN, FERRIS R., 14 Echo Ave., New Rochelle. 

CONNOR, THOMAS A., 40 Champlaign St., Rochester. 

CONRAD, B. W., South Otselic. 

CONRAD, P. H., Newport. 

CONWAY. WILLIAM J., 278 Albany Ave., Kingston. 

COOL, JOSEPH GILBERT, 50 Warren St., Glens Falls. 

COOLEY, RAY NELSON, R. No. 2, Memphis. 

COON, JAMES D., R. D. No. 3, Homer. 

COOPER, ARTHUR F., 250 Clinton St., Watertown. 

COOPER, LESTER M., 36 River St., Cortland. 

COOPER, LINN F., 96 Western Ave., Albany. 

CORBALIS, J. A., 22 Portland Place, Yonkers. 

CORFIELD. GEORGE SIBLEY, Cato. 

CORNICK, GARRY H., 520 State St., Binghamton. 

COWLES, GRAYDON A., Plattsburg. 

COX. WILLIAM G., New Lebanon. 

CRANDALL, WILLIAM MENTZ, 24 Mentz Apts., Niagara Falls. 

CRANER, ALBERT E., Hastings, Oswego Co. 

CRAWFORD, ERNEST J. W., 324 McClelland St., Watertown. 

CRIM, WILLIAM DOOLITTLE, 264 Genesee St., Utica. 

CROFTS, JOHN W.. 225 Rich Ave., Mt. Vernon. 

CROUNSE, KENNETH E., 293 Quail St., Albany. 

CUIBORD, JOHN W., 94 Court St., Plattsburg. 

CUM MINGS, ARTHUR MAC V., 96 E. 2d St., Corning. 

CUMMINGS, ERNEST MOSES, Brushton. 

CUM MINGS, G. H., Hagaman. 

CUSHING, ROBERT HAMILTON, 160 Lake Ave., Lancaster. 

CZIRR, OTTO, 24s E. 7th St., Oswego. 

DALY, THOMAS O., R. F. D. No. n, Dunkirk. 

DANN, RADCLIFFE, 70 Hodge Ave., Buffalo. 

DAVENPORT, ERNEST, R. F. D. Box 99, Blasdell. 

DAVIS, ALBERT T., 124 Lake St., Saranac Lake. 

DAVIS, JAMES L., 124 Stark Ave., Penn Yan. 

DAVIS, SAMUEL ELMER, Box No. 347, West Albany. 

DAVIDSON, JOHN S., 10 Melrose Ave., Utica. 



DEAN, LYALL, Willard Ave., Pelham Manor. 

DEANS, ROBERT J., Highland Falls. 

DECKER, DWIGHT DURAND. 78 Front St., Owego. 

De COSTER, ATWOOD GOODRIDGE, 12 12 Granite Bldg., Rochester. 

De FRIEST, ALBERT H., 46 Forman St., Schenectady. 

DELLA-RATTA, MICHAEL NILAIRE, R. F. D. No. 25, Roslyn. 

DeLONG, DEAN W., Hammond. 

DENNIS, WILLIAM E., Post St., Boonville. 

De ROVILLE, EDWARD M., 254 Ontario St., Albany. 

De SHAW. ELTON R., 79 Grand Blvd.. Binghamton. 

De SILVA, FRANK S., Margaretville. 

DEUEL, MELVIN E., Chittenango. 

DIEFENBACH, ELMER G., Ebenezer. 

DILL, GILBERT TODD, 187 Beach St., City Island. 

DIMOND, HERBERT F., Palatine Bridge. 

DODSON, TERRY DEWITT, 157— 10th St., Buffalo. 

DOOLITTLE. CORBIN M.. Champlain. 

DOTTERWEICH, FRANCIS, 523 Dove St., Dunkirk. 

DOUGHERTY, THOMAS F., Baldwin Harbor. 

DOUST, ALFRED R., 119 Calthrop Ave., Syracuse. 

DOWNS, JAMES HAROLD, Riverhead. 

DOWNS, ROY YOUNG, Glen Cove. 

DRESSER, MYRON A., Leonardsville. 

DRISCOLL, JAMES F., 105 College Ave., Ithaca. 

DRISLANE, WM. E.. Jr., 600 B. Morris St., Albany. 

DUNCAN, HAROLD F., 400 Bedford Ave., Richmond Hill. 

DUNHAM, GEORGE JAMES, 19 Lakeside Ave., Amsterdam. 

DWYER, FRANK T., Cazenovia, Madison Co. 

EAGAN, CHARLES PATRICK, 82 Church St., Little Falls. 

ECCLESTON, HOWARD B., Johnson City. 

EDMONDS, WALTER R.. R. F. D. No. 2, Lyons. 

EETER, WILLIAM H., 21 Greenvale Ave., Yonkers. 

EGAN, JAMES FRANK, 320 Kellogg St., Syracuse. 

EGELSON, JOSHUA, 27 Rhine St., Rochester. 

EIDT, WALTER B., 71 Rose St., Freeport. 

EISENBERG, JEROME C, 636 Terrace PI., Schenectady. 

EKEDAHL, HELGE G., 806 Ashland Ave., Buffalo. 

ELLIS, WALTER C, c/o Mrs. C. D. Ellis. 118 Purdy St., Buffalo. 

ELY, THURSTON B„ 390 Broadway, Flushing. 

ENOS, WILLIAM A., 1035 Madison St., Syracuse. 

ENSER, GEORGE J., 352 Walnut St., Buffalo. 

ERBEN, HENRY V., 2 Union St., Schenectady. 

ERTEL, DEWEY ERNEST, 74 Pershing Ave., Buffalo. 

ERWIN, JAMES T., 228 E. 1st St., Corning. 

FAIRBANKS, PAUL L., 71 Floral Ave., Cortland. 

FAKE, KENNETH HEARN, 19 Union St., Cobleskill. 

FALK, STANLEY GEISMER, 815 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo. 

FANTON, LLOYD REID, Suffolk St., Sag Harbor. 

FARONE, NICHOLAS J., 52 Elm St., Oneonta. 

FARRELL, JOHN J., R. F. D. No. 1, Troy. 

FERGUSON, LEONARD C, Hamilton College, Clinton. 

FERRALL, JOHN COX, 15 Larchmont Ave., Larchmont. 

FISCHER, GEORGE W., 6s Pennsylvania Ave., Freeport. 

FISH, ROBERT S., 101 E. Erie Ave., Corning. 



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FISHER, WILLIAM F., Carman. 
FISTER, HERBERT C, Lafayette. 
FITZGERALD, STANLEY G., 210 Jay St., Albany. 
FITZGERALD, WALTON GONZAGA, 49 Ponchhookie St., Kings- 
ton. 
FIZETTE, CHARLES EDWARD, 163 Dongan Ave., Albany. 
FLANAGAN, JAMES GARVEY, 9 Hubbard St., Cortland. 
FOERSTER, MAX H., Sea Cliff. 
FOOTE, PHILLIP M., 420 Wego St., Cortland. 
FORSTER, WALTER F., Sea Cliff. 
FORSTER, WALTER H., 34 Willow Lawn, Buffalo. 
FOSS, DAVID C, 98 Briggs Ave., Buffalo. 
FOWLER, RAYMOND P., 857 Delaware Ave., Buffalo. 
FRANCIS, JOHN MORGAN, 1621 Tibbits Ave., Troy. 
FRAZIER, ARTHUR W., 86 Sculley Ave., Plattsburgh. 
FRIDAY, LLOYD J., 25 Parkwood Blvd., Schenectady. 
FROST, WAYLAND P., 102 Triphammer Rd., Ithaca. 
GAFFNEY, W. F., 231 Colonin St., Albany. 
GAIS, JACOB, 55 North St., Rochester. 
GARBER, FREDERICK G., 37 S. Broadway, Nyack. 
GARRY, VINCENT A., 432 Ann St., Rome. 
GATJGER, WILLIAM H., 294 Highland Ave., Buffalo. 
GEIGER, ERWIN H., Dickerson Ave., Edgemere. 
GESELL, RAYMOND EDWARD, South Lima. 
GIBSON, JOHN G., 260 Genesee St., Utica. ■ 
GIDLEY, EVERETT F., 841 Union St., Schenectady. 
GIFFORD, CLAYTON E., Johnsville. 
GILES, DONALD M., 22 Academy St., Amsterdam. 
GILLETTE, ALFRED A., S" N. Washington St., Rome. 
GILLETTE, WILLIAM DEWITT, 172 Cottage Ave., Mt. Vernon. 
GINN, WALPOLE L., 275 Amity St., Flushing. 
GINSBURG, SAMUEL, 18 Jay St., Schenectady. 
GITTINGS, WILLIAM NORTON, 706 South Ave., Schenectady. 
GOOD, EMMET FRANKLIN, 50 Miller St., Plattsburgh. 
GOOLDEN, GUY E., 42s W. Thomas St., Rome. 
GORDON, BEIRNE, Jr., c/o Shenandoah Cotton Co., Utica. 
GORMAN, DONALD P., Jamesville. 

GOULD, JAMES CLIFFORD, 519 Woodland Ave., Woodhaven. 
GRAHAM, F. W., 96 Linwood Ave., Warsaw. 
GRANGER, E. R., Manlius. 

GRANGER, GEORGE B., 40 Rockaway Ave., Rockville Center. 
GRATWICK, ROGER WEARE, 800 W.-Ferry St., Buffalo. 
GRAVES, LUTHER P., 230 North St., Buffalo. 
GRAY, JULIUS C, 29 Laurel Place, New Rochelle. 
GREENE, ARTHUR D., 525 Hamilton St., Schenectady. 
GREENE, BURCHARD E., 26 McComb St., Saranac Lake. 
GREENE, GEORGE CARRICK, Spy Hill, Beacon. 
GRIEB, CLARENCE GEORGE, 513 Court St.. Syracuse. 
GRIFFITH, HENRY W., 41 Cuyler St., Palmyra. 
GRIFFITH, RUSSELL B., R. D. No. 1, Brighton Station, Rochester. 
GRISWOLD, LAURENCE W., 530 E. Main St., Batavia. 
GROEL, JOHN F., is Isabel Ave., Newark. 
GUIBORD, JOHN W., Plattsburgh. 
GURNEY, CHARLES LOCKE, Jr., 312 Summer St., Buffalo. 



GUSTAFSON, M. R., 146 Falconer St., Jamestown. 

HAGEN, HAROLD L., 340 Woodbridge Ave., Buffalo. 

HAHN, CARL, 37 State St., Flushing. 

HAHN, HERBERT E„ Dunkirk. 

HAINES, JAY L„ Mayfield. 

HALL, GEORGE H., St. Johnsville. 

HALL, NATHANIEL, 106 Soldiers Place. Buffalo. 

HALLETT, ARTHUR E., Canisteo. 

HAMANN, EDMUND H., 118 Urban St., Mt. Vernon. 

HAMILTON. ALEXANDER M., mi Union St., Schenectady. 

HAMPTON, WILLIAM J., Jr., 213 Heberton Ave., Port Richmond, 

S. I. 
HANN, HOWARD J., Box No. 265, Andover. 
HARMAN, JOHN H., 420 Castle St., Geneva. 
HARPER, CHARLES E., Brighton Station, Rochester. 
HARRINGTON, J. F., State Tax Dept., Albany. 

HARRINGTON, NORMAN SPENCER. 625 University Ave., Ithaca. 
HARRINGTON, RAYMOND J., 408 Rich St., Syracuse. 
HARRIS, CARLTON A., 1809— 9th Ave., Watervliet. 
HARRISON, GERALD G., 204 Voorhees Ave.. Buffalo. 
HARRISON, NEIL G., 628 Security Mutual Bldg., Binghamton. 
HARROWER, HAROLD P., 8 Hampton Rd., Amsterdam. 
HART, GLENN ROY, P. 0. Box No. 33, Kenwood, Madison Co. 
HARTMAN, HARRY H., 300 W. Onondaga St., Syracuse. 
HAUSAUER, KARL P., 735 Ashland Ave., Buffalo. 
HAVEN, SHERMAN W., Waterville. 
HAVENS, EARL EDWARDS. 1005 Oak St., Elmira. 
HAVENS, GEORGE R., Shelter Island Heights. 
HAWKINS, CLIFFORD L.. Brookhaven. 
HAWKINS, GEORGE E., Center Moriches. 
HAWKINS, RALPH O., 735 Briggs Ave., Richmond Hill, L. I. 
HAZARD, WILLIAM HENRY, 48 Broad St., Salamanca. 
HEALD, FELIX P., Harriet Place, Lynbrook. 
HEERT, ELMER C, 387 Auburn Ave., Buffalo. 
HELMKAMP, R. W., 202 Parsells Ave., Rochester. 
HEMPSTEAD, GORDON B., Hotel Gramatan, Bronxville. 
HERMAN, DANIEL LAVERNE, Buffalo St., Warsaw. 
HEWLETT, EDWARD P., 61 Ballston Rd., Schenectady. 
HILDRETH, ALAN E., Southampton. 
HILL, L. B., Frederick. 
HINDS, ZACK C, 140 Green St., Hudson. 

HIRSCHFELD, BERNARD JONAS, Jobs Lane, Southampton. 
HITCHCOCK, CLARENCE C, DeKalb Junction. 
HOBART, J. MANCHESTER, 215 Schuyler St., Boonville. 
HOFFMAN, ARTHUR L., 603 Hoffman St., Elmira. 
HOFFMAN, JOHN LUDWIG, 32 Tuxedo Place, Buffalo. 
HOLBROOK, ROSSITER, 147 S. Highland Ave., Ossining. 
HOLCOMB, RAYMOND E., 443 W. Ferry St., Buffalo. 
HOLLAND, W. D., 284— 10th St., Troy. 
HOLTON, GEORGE VAN SYCKEL, Alpine St., Rochester. 
HOMMEL, CARLTON L., 704 McBride St., Syracuse. 
HOOD, ROBERT H., 94 E. 3d St., Corning. 
HOOKER. DEWITT EVERETT, 322 Baldwin St., Elmira. 
HOPPE, JOHN B., 12 Haight Ave., Arlington. 



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HORNING, CECIL L„ Little Valley. 

HOSKINS, EDWIN R., Merrifield. 

HOSLER. STUART E.. Baldwinsville. 

HOUSTON, CLAUDE W., Wisner. 

HOWE, JOHN WILLIAM, Jr., 400 Orchard Rd. Syracuse. 

HOY, EDWARD WILSON. Geneseo. 

HUBBARD. ALLEN SKINNER, 427 Fowler Ave., Pelham Manor. 

HUBER, KENNETH G., 21 N. Union St., Rochester. 

HUBER, RALPH B., 282 Baker St., Corning. 

HUGHES, DANIEL J., 46 Elm St., Clinton. 

HUMPHRY, TRACY ELIPHALET. 16 Hopper St., Utica. 

HUNTER, HAZEN, Florida. 

HUNTSMAN, WILLIAM L., 16 Chestnut St., Auburn. 

HURLEY, CHARLES THOMAS, 78 Chapel St., Seneca Falls. 

HURLEY, EDGAR T., 207 Grand Ave., Baldwin. 

HUTCHINS, HERBERT BURNELL, The Stone School, Cornwall-on- 

Hudson. 
HUTCHINS, MOSHER STORY, 16 Cuyler St., Palmyra. 
HUTT. WILLIAM LEON, Pulaski. 

HUTTENLOCHER, LOUIS F., 456 S. Ocean Ave., Patchogue. 
HUTTON, GERALD AUBREY, Nanuet. 
HYDE, JAMES ARTHUR, Mohawk. 
HYLAND. RICHARD V., 225 Clinton St., Penn Yan. 
IRWIN, JOHN D., Skaneateles. 
JACKSON, ALLAN W., 337 E. 5th St., Jamestown. 
JACKSON, HAROLD F., 13 Trafalga St., Rochester. 
JAQUITH, KENNETH D., 2517 S. State St., Syracuse. 
JENNER, E. J., R. D. No. 5. Potsdam. 
JEWELL, RAYMOND W., 3 Judson St., Binghamton. 
JIBSON, FRED J., ss East 8th St., Oswego. 
JOBES. ADEN D., 411 W. 3d St., Jamestown. 
JOHNSON, DEYO WEY. 27 Maple Ave., Ellenville. 
JOHNSON, GEORGE L., 18 Geneva St., Bath. 
JOHNSTON, MORGAN N., 12 Susquehanna Ave., Cooperstown. 
JONES, CHARLES H., Summit Place, Monroe. 
JONES, E. E., 404 Mortimer St., Utica. 
JORDAN, WILLIAM C, 504 McBride St.. Syracuse. 
JOSLIN, LESLIE C, 147 Potomac Ave., Buffalo. 
KECK, THOMAS, East Hampton. 

KELLEY, MELVILLE S.,1322 Midland Ave., Syracuse. 
KELLY, EUGENE C, 52 S. Clinton St., Poughkeepsie. 
KELLY, JOHN S., 64 Anderson Place, Buffalo. 
KEMP, ERNEST A., 232 Columbus Ave., Buffalo. 
KEMPKE, HARRISON G., 393 Richmond Ave., Buffalo. 
KENDALL, WALTER ARMSTRONG, 241 Norwood Ave., Buffalo. 
KENDALL, WILLIAM M., 407 Norwood Ave., Buffalo. 
KENNARD, RALPH BRANDRETH, 40 Benedict Ave., Tarrytown- 

on-Hudson. 
KENNEDY, LEONARD, Rye. 

KERNAN, NICHOLAS EDWARD, 3 Rutger Park, Utica. 
KERSTEN, WILLIAM F., 3236 Varian PI., Glendale. 
KETCHAM. FLOYD S., Northport, L. I. 
KETT, FRANK J., 1— 25th St., Elmhurst. 
KILBOURNE, DAVID G.. Hawkhurst Farm, New Hartford. 



KILLEEN, K., 334 W. Delaware Ave., Buffalo. 

KIMMEL, LEO E.. Wayland. 

KIRSCH, PETER F., 959 Maple Ave., Schenectady. 

KLAESS. LOUIS J., 15 Terrell Ave., Lockville Center, L. I. 

KNAPP, BENJAMIN F., 527 Mercer St., Albany. 

KNAPP, MARTIN H., Orchard Rd., Syracuse. 

KNAPP, THEODORE A., Saratoga Springs. 

KOETTERITZ, BERT H., Little Falls. 

KOOMAN, ARTHUR J., 2 Cortland Ave., Schenectady. 

KOPALD, HERMAN GATES, 647 Linwood Ave., Buffalo. 

KUHNE, MARTIN, 409 Niagara St., Buffalo. 

KUHRT, WILLIAM J., R. F. D. No. 5, Forestville. 

LAIRD, J. W., 20 Dorchester St., Buffalo. 

LAKEMAN, W. R., 2 Lake View Park, Rochester. 

LALLOU, GEORGE, 415 Stewart Ave., Ithaca. 

LAMPRECHT, JOSEPH, 52— Sth St., Newburgh. 

LANDON, JUDSON S., 123 State St., Schenectady. 

LANGDON, ARTHUR N., 111 Central Ave., Tompkinsville. 

LANGDON, ROY W., Homer. 

LANGER, ROBERT CAREY, Pearl River. 

LANNIN, PAUL J., Garden City Hotel, Garden City. 

LAWLER, JAMES BERNARD, 81 Elizabeth St., Oneida. 

LAYDEN, LEON M., Whitehall. 

LEAVENS, AUSTIN M., Rockville Centre. 

LbCLUSE, PERCY O., McConnell Ave., Bayport. 

LEDERER, A. M., Wiltisholm, East Williston. 

LEEDS, FRANCIS EARL, 60 Anderson PI., Buffalo. 

LeFEVRE, JAY, Chestnut St., New Paltz. 

LENIHAN, DANIEL S., Laurel Hill. 

LENIHAN, PATRICK JOSEPH, 19S Montgomery Ave., Laurel Hill. 

LENT, M. M., 23 Cottage Place, White Plains. 

LEONARD, LORON WOOD, 723 College Ave., Elmira. 

LEONARD, JAMES HENRY, 36 Boerum Ave., Flushing. 

LESTER. DONALD T., Richburg. 

LEWIS, ARTHUR FREDERICK, 204 Buckingham Ave., Syracuse. 

LEWIS, JOSEPH H., 412 W. Clinton St., Elmira. 

LISLE, DAVID B., Holland Patent. 

LISLE, WARREN ERSKINE, 2162— 13th St., Troy. 

LITT, WILLARD D., East Patchogue. 

LOCKWOOD, ALLEN FARNHAM, Hannibal. 

LOCKHART, PASCHAL EVERETT, 64 Elliott Ave., Yonkers. 

LOGUE, PERCY R., 637 Penna. Ave., Elmira. 

LONGYEAR, NEAL D., Jewett. 

LOSEY, UDELL S., Fairport. 

LOSKAMP, ALVIN POWELL, 197 Maple Ave., Rockville Center. 

LOTT, FREDERICK B., R. F. D. No. 1, New City. 

LOVELL, HAYDN D., 208 Richmond Ave., Port Richmond, S. I. 

LOWANTHAL, DANIEL, 33 Beach & I22d Sts., Rockway Park. 

LUCAS, JACK WARD, 223 Arlington St., Watertown. 

LUCEY, WALTER F., 142 William St., Geneva. 

LYTTLE, WILLIAM, 2 Ward's Park, Rye. 

McCABE, HAROLD HANCOCK, s Holbrook St., Port Jervis. 

McCANN, CHARLES L., 347 Mill St., Poughkeepsie. 

MCCARTHY, MORGAN B., 300 Litchfield St., Frankfort. 



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McCULLOUGH, RANDAL JOHN. Chazy. 
McDONALD, FRANCIS E., 1634 Oneida St.. Utica. 
MCDONNELL, KENNETH M.. 2516 W. Main Ave., Scranton. 
McDOUGAL, LESLIE P., 197 Cleveland Ave.. Buflalo. 
McGUIRE, HUGH B. M., c/o H. P. Davison, Peacock Point, Locust 

Valley. 
McKAY, FRANK EDWARD, 58 Bridge St., Seneca Falls. 
McLEAN, LEWIS F., 14 Bank St., Batavia. 
McLOUTH, CHARLES, 22 Cuyler St., Palmyra. 
McMUNN, JOHN F., Warwick. 

■McNEAL, WALTER CHARLES, 39 S. Main St., Ticonderoga. 
McNEIL, EDWIN L.. 537 Lamon St., Watertown. 
McSWEENEY, JOSEPH, 504 Wilder Bldg., Rochester. 
MacDERMOTT, EARL H., St. James. 
MacGRUDER, JOHN A., Richmond Ave., Hoosick Falls. 
MacLACHLAN, ARCHIBALD K., 59 Alsep St., Jamaica. 
MACK, FRANCIS A., 203 Amherst Ave., Syracuse. 
MACK1E, MILLARD LINDSLEY, 321 Lansing St., Utica. 
MAHER, PAUL LAURENCE, 1217 Kemble St., Utica. 
MANION, JOHN H., 5 Cottage Place, Utica. 
MANN, RICHARD L., 37 Allen St., BuSalo. 
MANNING, ARTHUR FLETCHER, Millerton. 
MANVILLE, EARL, Western Ave., Albany. 
MARKELL, RENALD BURCH, Jordan. 
MARKS, FREDERIC BLISS, Kenwood 
MARTENS, CLARENCE G., 2 Martens Place, Mt. Vernon. 
MARTIN, FRANCIS D., 80 McMaster St., Owcgo. 
MARTIN, HAROLD F., 6 Hoyt Ave., Glens Falls. 
MARTIN, HERMAN, 422 Meigs St., Rochester. 
MARTIN, JOHN P., 287 Park Hill Ave., Yonkers. 
MASUCCI, ANTHONY M„ 20 Lillian PI., Rochester. 
MASON, HENRY ARCHIBALD, 377 Seneca Parkway, Rochester. 
MASON, SCOTT P., 183 Hampshire St., BuSalo. 
MATSON, A. J., Batavia. 

MAWHINNEY, ARTHUR S., 290 Heberton Ave., Port Richmond. 
MAYHAM, STEPHEN L., Schoharie. 
MEAD, WINTER, Lawrenceville Place, Bronxville. 
MEATYARD, JOSEPH MANN, 614 Tallman St., Syracuse. 
MEHAFFEY, ALBERT B., 59 Hudson St., Port Jervis. 
MELV1N, CRANDALL, R. No. 1. Syracuse. 
MENZIE, ROBERT J., 40 Church St., Caledonia. 
METZNER, RAYMOND D., 12J4— 1st St., Glens Falls. 
MILLER, ARMONDE KELSEY, 219 W. State St., Olean. 
MILLER, ARTHUR, Dolgeville. 
MILLER, C. H., 181— 2d St., Albany. 
MILLER, CLYDE H„ 277 Clay Ave., Rochester. 
MILLER, DURAND ROBURDS, 38 South St., Cuba. 
MILLER, EDGAR NASH, 383 Myrtle Aye., Albany. 
MILLER, JACOB B., 522 W. Hudson St., Elmira. 
MILLER, STANLEY H., 87 S. Union St., Rochester. 
MINARD, CLARENCE W., King Ferry. 
MIRICK, GORDON R., 16 Audubon St., Rochester. 
MONROE, GEORGE W., Dryden. 
MOORE, ALLEN E., 579 Western Ave., Albany. 



MOORE, HENRY W., Moore-Shafer Shoe Mfg. Co., Brockport. 

MORAN, J. LESTER, 21 Church St., White Plains. 

MOREY, FRANK B., 1537 Oneida St., Utica. 

MOREY. HERMAN DANIEL, Silver Creek. 

MORRISEY. JOHN T., 600 W. Washington Ave., Elmira. 

MOSEMAN, M. C, East Jewett, Greene Co. 

MOSESON, HARRY, 150 Washington St., Elmira. 

MOSHER. GEORGE F., Northville. 

MOTT-SMITH, KENNETH O., 1 Bedford Rd., Schenectady. 

MOUL, JAMES E., 003 Electric Bldg., Buffalo. 

MUNDINGER. FREDERICK G., Faville Ave., Dolgeville. 

MURPHY, FRANCIS J., 211-213 W. Broadway, Fulton. 

MURPHY, PATRICK JOSEPH, 1002 Danforth St., Syracuse. 

MURRAY, HAROLD H., 86 Genesee St., New Hartford. 

MURRAY, H. LOAMIS, 309 E. Willow St., Syracuse. 

MYERS, CURTIS B., 360 Genesee St., Utica. 

NAGLE, THOMAS N., Webster. 

NANNERY, JAMES J., Tarrytown. 

NASH. PERCIVAL D., Dobbs Ferry. 

NEWELL. FRANK ALOYSIUS, 236 Church St., Poughkeepsie. 

NEWMAN, JAMES L., Cold Spring Harbor, L. 1. 

NEWTON, RAYMOND AUSTIN, 204 E. Main St., Patchogue. 

NICHOLAS, R. R., 20 N. 14th St., Flushing. 

NOBLE, ROBERT I., Canton. 

NORDSTROM, CHESTER A., 116 Forest Ave., Jamestown. 

NORQUIST. GLENN H., 20 Bowen St., Jamestown. 

NORTHROP, JOHN F., Baldwinsville. 

NORTON, HOWARD H., 176 Westervelt Ave., New Brighton. 

NOTT, CHESTER W., Hillcrest PI., Newburgh. 

NOTTMAN, ROBERT A.. 76 Bidwell Parkway, Buffalo. 

NUNAN, EDWARD J., 68 Crescent St., Buffalo. 

NUTTING, P. J., 825 Boyd St., Watertown. 

O'BRIEN, DONALD F., 160 S. 3d St., Fulton. 

O'CONNELL, HAROLD A., 556 West Ave., Buffalo. 

O'MALLEY, THOMAS J., 3 Wall St., Hoosick Falls. 

OPPENHEIMER, JEAN, 207 Lancaster Ave., Buffalo. 

ORTON, FRANK E., Brushton. 

OSBORNE, STUART MILTON, 4 Seneca St., Oneida. 

OTIS, THOMAS E., 646 Academy St., Watertown. 

OTT, ALOYSIUS, Gardenville, Erie Co. 

PADDOCK, GEORGE C, 140 North St., Auburn. 

PARKER, DANIEL MINOR, 18 Church St., Whitehall. 

PARKER, RULISON G., 9 Porter St., Seneca Falls. 

PARSONS, WAYNE WILSON, 1150 State St., Watertown. 

PATTERSON, ARCHIBALD HOLLY, Jerusalem Ave., Hempstead. 

PATTERSON, MOREHEAD, Southampton. 

PAUL, NICHOLAS HENRY, Maples. 

PAULL, W. H., Jotis Place, Buffalo. 

PEAKE, HOWARD D., 471 Palisade Ave., Yonkers. 

PEARSALL, CLYDE HAROLD, Rockville Center. 

PEARSALL, JAMES HOWARD, 247 Glen St., Glens Falls. 

PECK, JOHN ELWOOD, 524 W. Church St., Elmira. 

PENNEY, WILLIAM H., 343— 5th Ave., Troy. 

PENNYPACKER, WILLIAM G., 3d, 188 Bidwell Parkway, Buffalo. 



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PERKINS, BYRON CARL, De Kalb Junction. 

PERKINS, RALPH FULPORD, 26 Rutherford St., Binghamton. 

PERRIN, WALTER GILBERT, 68 Elm St., Potsdam. 

PERRY, EUGENE F., Jr., Nyack. 

PETERSON, E. W., Gouverneur. 

PHILLIPS, PERCY W., Southampton. 

PIER, ROY, Cedarhurst, L. I. 

PIERCE, HARRY P., 269 Summer St., Buffalo. 

PITCHER, DWIGHT COPLEY, is Paxton St.. Utica. 

PORTER, H. DART, Albion. 

POSSEE, BERNARD W., Palmyra. 

POST, REGIS H„ Jr., Bayport. 

POTTER, ORLANDO B., Ossining. 

POULTRIDGE, JOHN HARRY, 58 Tracy Ave., Batavia. 

POVAH, ALFRED H., N. Y. State College of Forestry, Syracuse. 

POWELL, RICHARD R., 420 Arnett Blvd., Rochester. 

PRATT, GEORGE DUPONT, Jr.. Glen Cove, L. I. 

PREDMORE, DELBERT A., 61 Craig St., Rochester. 

PRENTICE, PIERREPONT I., Nyack. 

PRESTON, ROSS M., Amenia. 

PRIME. WILLIAM A., Jr.. Woodmere. 

PRINCE, WALDO W., 105 W. Court St., Rome. 

PROPER, GEORGE EDWARD, 311 W. Main St., Johnstown. 

PULLEN, EDWARD MARKEY, 719 Fremont St., Fulton. 

PUTNAM, ROGER W., 525 Delaware Ave., Buffalo. 

QUIGLEY, JOHN J„ 109 Anderson PI., Buffalo. 

RANDOLPH, HAROLD T., 127 Jefferson St., Salamanca. 

RAVED, MAURICE, 496 Rossmore Ave., Bronxville. 

REAGAN, PAUL J., 66 W. Main St., Port Jervis. 

REGENDAHL, LLOYD F., 15 O'Neil St., Kingston. 

REGO, GUY POLLARD, Oriskany Falls. 

REUTING, PAUL O., 153 E. Main St., Westfield. 

REX, KARL F., Webster. 

REYNOLDS, ALEXANDER SINCLAIR, 2406 E. Genesee St., 

Syracuse. 
REYNOLDS, HARRY A., 616 W. Bloomfield St., Rome. 
RHODES, NEIL STRONG, 41s Grant Ave., Syracuse. 
RIDER, LLOYD A., Oceanville, Jamaica. 
RIGGS, ASHER G., 413 W. Water St., Elmira. 
RIKER, OLIVER P., Spencer. 

RILEY, ARTHUR WILLIAM, 329 Union St.. Hudson. 
ROBERTS. CLARK THOMAS. 731— 7th St., Buffalo. 
ROBERTSON, LESLEY C, 94 Railroad Ave.. Nyack. 
ROBINSON, E. H., 1320 Broadway, Watervliet. 
ROBINSON, HENRY E„ Antwerp. 
ROBINSON, THEODORE DOUGLAS, Mohawk. 
ROBINSON, THEO. W.. 5 New York Place, Batavia. 
ROCHESTER, JOHN LATHROP, 54 Ashland Ave., Buffalo. 
ROEMER, CHARLES F., 10016— 89th Ave., Richmond Hill', L. I. 
ROGERS, THEODORE C, 88 Chestnut St., Binghamton. 
ROGERS, WILLIAM A., Florence Park, Oyster Bay. 
ROLLO. ALFRED L., 11 Connecticut Ave., Freeport. 
ROSENFELD, EDWARD A., 1213 James St., Syracuse. 
ROWE, ROBERT R.. Roanoke Hotel, 156 W. Chippewa St., Buffalo. 



RUBIN, ABRAM, 107 William St., Newburgh. 

RUMSEY, LAURENCE, 330 Delaware Ave., Buffalo. 

RUSSELL, HAROLD R., 94 West St., Ilion. 

RUST, JOHN WALLACE, 703 E. State St., Ithaca. 

RUTECKI, LUCIAN C, 208 Townsend St., Buffalo. 

RYAN, J. E., Athens. 

RYAN, LAWRENCE P., 201 Ulster St., Syracuse. 

SADLIER, GEORGE T., 14th Ave. and 37th St., Whitestone. 

SALMONSON, ALVIN BERNARD, 3— "th St., Elmhurst. 

SALSBURY, HOWARD EUGENE, Cazenovia. 

SANFORD. JOHN A., 26 Maple Ave., Warwick. 

SANFORD, LAURENCE H., Huntington. 

SAVAGE, BARCLAY J., 25 N. Pearl St., Albany. 

SCANLON, JOHN J., 147— 5th St., Long Island City. 

SCHAEFER. WILLIAM ROBERT, 921 Myrtle Ave., Syracuse. 

SCHAUER, WILLIAM, 530 Chrisler Ave.. Schenectady. 

SCHEIDELL, FLOYD T., Jeffersonville. 

SCHENSTROM, SVEN A.. S53 Brandywone Ave.. Schenectady. 

SCHERMERHORN, ALFRED C, Southampton. 

SCHERMERHORN, THEODORE R.. Box No. 576, Schenectady. 

SCHLESINGER, ALFRED, 7th St., College Point. 

SCHMIDT, WALTER SCHOELLKOPF, 230 North St.. Buffalo. 

SCHOENECK, EDWARD, 602 Hickory St., Syracuse. 

SCHOONOVER, RAYMOND ELLSWORTH, 567 West Ave.. Buffalo. 

SCHROETER. FRED, Jr., 6 Hicks Ave., Winfield. L. I. 

SCHUKNECHT, LESTER C, South Lima. 

SCHULTZ, FRED. 619 Walden Ave., Buffalo. 

SCHULTZ, HAROLD LEWIS, Canal & Pine Sts., Phcenix. 

SCHWARTZ, BERTRAM H., 227 Oakland Ave., Staten Island. 

SCOTT, ROBERT G., 184 Stone St., Watertown. 

SCULLY, DANIEL T., 409 E. Fayette St., Syracuse. 

SEARS, RICHARD P., 114 Claremont Ave., Buffalo. 

SEELBACH, ALFRED C, 804 Jefferson St., Buffalo. 

SEELY, WALTER GILBERT, Sharon Springs. 

SEIBOLD, RICHARD, 19s Northland Ave., Buffalo. 

SENECAL, HENRY J., 607 Franklin St., Watertown. 

SEYMOUR, WILLIAM E., P. O. Box No. 524, Middletown. 

SHAFER, WILSON M., Brockport. 

SHARKEY, JOHN F., 414 Selye Terrace, Rochester. 

SHARP, RALPH E., 482 Linwood Ave., Buffalo. 

SHAW, JAMES RODGER, Rockland Lake. 

SHEPPARD. MARK, Alfred. 

SHERWOOD. ROBERT F., 105 Maple St., Hornell. 

SHIELDS, EDWIN THOMAS, Ditmars Ave., East Elmhurst. 

SHULTIS. RALPH R., 34 Ellendorf St., Kingston. 

SHUTTS. HAROLD P., 411 Hudson Ave., Albany. 

SIDWAY, JAMES, 400 James St., Syracuse. 

SILVERTHRONE, FREDERICK W., 321 Woodbridge Ave., Buffalo. 

SIMMONS, RAYMOND J., 28 Johnson Park, Utica. 

SIMON, MAX M., 76 Jefferson St., Poughkeepsie. 

SIMPSON, ROBERT T., 121 Caldwell Ave., Elmira. 

SINCLAIR. ROBERT O., is Marvin St., Clinton. 

SIRRINE, H. S., Trumansburg. 

SMITH, ELMER KENNETH, 78 Ferris St., Rochester. 



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SMITH. GORDON S., Bayport. 

SMITH, HOWARD G. E., 149 Richmond Ave., Buffalo. 
SMITH, H. J„ Gowanda. 
SMITH, MARWICK K., Hamilton. 
SMITH, WILLIAM, 311 Glenwood Blvd., Schenectady. 
SMITHLING, JAMES PAUL, Talcottville. 
SNELL, EDGAR W., 7 Albany Road, Schenectady. 
SNOW. SHIRLEY R., Jr., 267 Alexander St., Rochester. 
SNYDER, IGNATIUS A., 650 Delaware Ave., Kingston. 
SNYDER, THEODORE, 193 Shelton Ave., Jamaica. 
SOLAR, JAMES P., 407 Solar Bldg., Watertown. 
SORNBERGER, EDWIN LEE, 208 Lancaster Ave., Buffalo. 
SPARFIELD, EMIL H., 175 St. James Place, Buffalo. 
SPENCER, ROBERT CLIFTON, 25 Woodland Park, Rochester. 
SQUIRE, DANIEL H., Jr., 49s Linwood Ave., Buffalo. 
STANKIEWICZ, WALTER, 335 Pleasant Ave., Herkimer. 
STAPLETON. JOHN P., 602 West Ave., Buffalo. 
STAPLETON, WILLIAM HENRY, 602 West Ave., Buffalo. 
STAUFFER, WILLIAM JOHN, 316 Landon St., Buffalo. 
STEDMAN, ROBERT BURNS, 5 South Ave., Warsaw. 
STEELE, GEORGE G, Albion. 

STERNFELD, MILTON H., 24 S. Hawk St., Albany. 
STEVENS, KARL RICHARD, Oakfield. 
STEVENS, RAYMOND D., Ellicott Square Bldg., Buffalo. 
STEWART, JOHN H., Cedarhurst, L. I. 
STORNER, HENRY G., 516 Dodge St., Buffalo. 
STRADELLA, CHARLES G., 335 Foundry St., North Tonawanda. 
STRATTON, ELBRIDGE, Bronxville. 

STROBEL, ANDREW CHARLES, R. F. D. No. 2, Box No. 99, Har- 
lem Ave., Forks. 
STRONG, L. K„ Laurens. 

STYLES, STANLEY O.. 18 John St., Saugerties. 
SULLIVAN, DANIEL JAMES, 17 N. 3d St., Hudson. 
SUTTON, HAROLD SNAITH, s Elm Circle, Massena. 
SWEENEY, CHARLES THOMAS, Rexville. 
SWEENEY, JERRY J., 86 Van Dorn St., Saratoga Springs. 
SWEZEY, CHRISTOPHER, P. O. Box No. 53, Niverville. 
SWINNERTON, A. C, Williams College, Oneida. 
TACK, LAWRENCE FIELD, 16 Bartle Ave., Newark. 
TALMADGE, ISAAC D., 96 Prospect Ave., Middletown. 
TARR, LOUIS ELMER, Garnerville. 
TAYLOR. BRENTON T., Hartford, Washington Co. 
TAYLOR. JOHN F., 206 E. Raynor Ave., Syracuse. 
TAYLOR, N. S., 1119 Delaware Ave., Buffalo. 
THACHER, KENELM R., m Washington Ave., Albany. 
THOMAS, FRED WILLIAM, 72 Henrietta Ave., Buffalo. 
THOMAS, TILDEN, 72 Henrietta Ave., Buffalo. 
THOMPSON, CAMERON SAUNDERS, 425 Shuark Ave., Syracuse. 
TIMMERMAN, ANTON PAUL, 627 Ocean View Ave., Woodhaven. 
TOMLINES, THOMAS F., 163 Cambridge St., Syracuse. 
TOOHEY, W. A., 543— 2d Ave., North, Troy. 
TOOMEY, ARTHUR DANIEL, 3 W. 5th St., Dunkirk. 
TOOMEY, HAROLD D., 63 Gramatan St., Mt. Vernon. 
TOWNSEND, RAY, Carmel, Putnam Co. 



TOWNSON, KENNETH C, Sibley, Lindsay & Kerr. Rochester. 

TROUT, HARRY W., 1810 W. Fayette St., Syracuse. 

TUCHLER, JACK, Canaseraga. 

TUFTS, NATHAN. Lawrence Park, Bronxville. 

VALENTINE, DEN MAN B., 10 Central Ave., Flushing. 

VALENTINE, EDWARD RUSH, 2324— 82d St., Bensonhurst. 

VAN ARSDALE. JAMES HENRY, Jr., Castile. 

VAN HORN, RALPH C, 712 W. Gray St., Elmira. 

VAN HOUTEN, LEONARD, 56 Guion St.", New Rochelle. 

VAN OSTRAND, LLOYD G., Candor, Tioga Co. 

VERMILYA, ALLEN B., 159 Locust St., Flushing. 

VINCENT, JOSEPH, 58 Edson Ave., Buffalo. 

VIRDEN, ELMER A.. 1460 Oxford Ave., Richmond Hill. 

VOGT, THEODORE J., 726 Broadway, Buffalo. 

VREELAND, FRANK T., Grasmere, Rosebank, P. O. 

WAGNER, MATTHEW XAVIER, 58 N. Pearl St., Buffalo. 

WALBURG, RICHARD E., 421 Victory Ave., Lackawanna. 

WALKER, NORTON WELLS, Byron. 

WALLACE, EDWARD BENEDICT, 353 McClelland St., Schenectady. 

WALLACE, JAMES H., Jr., Palisades. 

WALLACE, THOMAS JOSEPH, P. 0. Box 138, New Dorp. 

WALLACE, WILLIAM V., 309 Melville St., Rochester. 

WALLACH, MILTON, 139 Rider Ave., Patchogue. 

WALSH, EDWARD J., 1302 State St., Schenectady. 

WALTON, WENDELL W., 6 Erie St., Pulaski. 

WARD, S. H., Highland, Ulster Co. 

WARDWELL, JOHN S., 700 N. Washington St., Rome. 

WATKINS, FREDERICK H., 45 Rockledge Ave., White Plains. 

WAY, MORTON A., Mayville. 

WEEKS, MELVIN ALBERT, Franklinville. 

WEIER, NELSON PHILIP, 607 Park Ave., Utica. 

WEINBENDER, WILLIAM LANSING, 63 Linden St., Schenectady. 

WELCH, CARROLL E., Huntington. 

WELCH, RICHARD EMMETT, 626 Park Ave., Syracuse. 

WENDLER, EDWIN ROBERT, Islip. 

WERRES, CHRISTIAN OTTO PATRICK, 964 State St., Schenectady. 

WEST, PAUL B., Glens Falls. 

WEYMER, HORACE J., 742 Woodland Ave., Woodhaven. 

WHEELER, LLOYD CHANCELLOR. 107 Oakwood Ave., Syracuse. 

WHEELER, WATSON, 120 Cedar St., Kingston. 

WHITNEY, GEORGE, Westbury, Nassau Co. 

WHITNEY, HENRY HOMER, is Way St., Binghamton. 

WICKS, HARVEY HEAD, 1422 Oneida St., Utica. 

WIGSTEN, JOHN, R. F. D. No. 3, Elmira. 

WILCOX, KIRBY D., 30 Lake George Ave., Ticonderoga. 

WILEY, GILBERT H., North Granville. 

WILLIAMS, EDWARD E., 7 Goodrich St., Canton. 

WILLIAMS, IRVING, Jr.. 67 Cleveland Ave., Buffalo. 

WILLIAMS, JAMES P., 307 Riverway, Niagara Falls. 

WILLIAMS, RICHARD E., Villa Ave., Mt. Vernon. 

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM A., 57 Livingston St., Warsaw. 

WILSON, CLAUDE L., 184 W. Dominick St., Rome. 

WILSON, MAURICE L., 526 Stewart Ave., Ithaca. 

WINDNAGLE, DEWEY F., 315 Liberty St., Penn Yan. 



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WINTER, JOHN R., 619 Park Ave., Syracuse. 

WIRTNER, WILLIAM RICHARD, 33 Railroad Ave.. Dunkirk. 

WITBECK, WILFRED H., 27 Vley Rd., Scotia. 

WITT, LOUIS R., 660 Ashland Ave., Niagara Falls. 

WOLCOTT, WALLACE H., 1530 Sunset Ave., Utica. 

WOODWARD, JABEZ SELDON, 198 Pine St., Lockport. 

WOOLNOUGH, ADARIAH C, Hartford Terrace, New Hartford. 



WREN, FRED R., 42 Hazard St., Jamestown. 

WRIGHT, CLIVE L., 8 Valley St., Jamestown. 

WYNKSOP, GEORGE EDMUND. 12 Vick Park Ave., Rochester. 

YELLEN, JACK S., 291 Cedar St., Buffalo. 

YOUNG, EVERETT TOWNSEND, 322 Nelson Ave., Peekskill. 

ZEEVELD, LAWRENCE W., 81s Garson Ave., Rochester. 



NORTH CAROLINA 



ALLEN, SIDNEY B., Washington Ave., Weldon. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM K., Ivy. 

ARMSTRONG, RAY, Belmont. 

ASHCRAFT, FRANK B., Monroe. 

AVERS, T. A., Rocky Mount. 

BAILEY, WILLIAM, Jr., 213 E. Lane St., Raleigh. 

BALDWIN, JOHN Q., Rockingham. 

BALBRIDGE, WILLIAM S., Mount Airy. 

BEAMON, JOHN E., Clinton. 

BIVENS, IRL C. Marshville, Union Co., 

BLACK. ROBERT L„ Davidson. 

BLACKMER. SIDNEY A.. 210 S. Jackson St., Salisbury. 

BLANTON, WILLIAM HACKETT. Jr., 316 S. Lafayette St., Shelby. 

BOLING, ROY W., Chapel Hill. 

BOONE, LEIGHTON L., 212 N. 7th St.. Wilmington. 

BOSEMAN, C. A., Enfield. 

BOWMAN, GEORGE M., Elk Park. 

BOWMAN, HUGH M., Cape Fear Apts., Wilmington. 

BRADSHAW, FRANCIS F., Hillsboro. 

BRIDGERS, WALTER P., Warsaw. 

BROCKENBAUGH, GEORGE H., Charlotte. 

BROWN, OWENS H., West Raleigh. 

BUCHANAN, CARL GLENN, Main St., Marion. 

BUNN, CHARLES SETTLE, Bailey. 

BURRUS, JOHN WESLEY, Morganton. 

BUSH, JESSE E.. 132 High St., Lenoir. 

CAMERON, GORDON M., Southern Pines. 

CAMPBELL, ARTHUR C, Buies Creek. 

CARLYLE, IRVING E., Wake Forest. 

CARR, LEO. Teacheys. 

CARVER, ARTHUR LEO, Rougemont. 

CASEY, ANDREW H., New Castle. 

CHATHAM, RALEIGH WAKE, TaylorsvUle. 

CHEEK, WILLIAM C, 701 Cor. Beech St., Durham. 

CLARK, JOHN W., West Durham. 

COHOON, BURNICE R., Columbia. 

COINER, M. D., Statesville. 

COLLINS, WINTHROP t, 170 Cumberland Ave., Asheville. 

CONRAD, HOWARD C, 137 Spring St., Winston-Salem. 

COOLEY, HORACE C, Nashville. 

COOLEY, HUBERT BARNAkD, Washington St., Nashville. 

COURTNEY. J. E., Fayetteville. 

COVINGTON, HARRY Q., Laurinburg. 

COX, ALLAN MARSHALL, Tabor. 



COXE, FRANKLIN, Nodoneyo, Asheville. 

CRAWFORD, ROBERT T., 321 S. Mendenhall St., Greensboro. 

CREDLE, WILLIE FRONTIS, Swanquarter. 

CUNNINGHAM, FREDERICK WILSON, Sanford. 

CUMMINGS, AMOS H., 1900 Liberty St., Winston-Salem. 

CUMMINGS, ALFRED B., 1900 Liberty St., Winston-Salem. 

CUTHBERTSON, WILLIAM REYNOLDS, 15 Ranson PI.. Charlotte- 

DAILY, DALLAS T., no Dyer St., Elizabeth City. 

DALTON, BENJ. F., Gen. Del., Rutherfordton. 

DALTON, RUFUS WALTER, 20s W. 7 th St.. Winston-Salem. 

DELLINGER, JOHN H., Cherryville. 

DILLINGER, J. H., Cherryville. 

DOBBINS, CHARLES N., Yadkinville. 

DOCKERY, JAMES S., R. No. 2, Biltmore. 

DORRITY. VESTA M., Durham. 

DUBOSE, DANIEL S., Mars Bluff. 

DUNN, ROBERT E., 900 Neublem Ave., Raleigh. 

EASTERLING, THOMAS R.. Rocky Mount. 

EBENS, CARL C, R. F. D., No. 2, Rowland. 

EDWARDS, WILEY B., 520 W. Vance St., Wilson. 

ELIAS, DONALD S., 10 N. Pach Sq„ Asheville. 

ELIAS, WINFRED S., 68 Edwin Place, Asheville. 

ERWIN, WILLIAM A., Jr., West Durham. 

EVERETT, WILLIAM N., Jr., Rockingham. 

FARLEY, CLYDE F„ 114 College St., High Point. 

FARLEY, JAMES E., Roxboro. 

FARMER, JAMES E., 105 N. 7th St., Wilmington. 

FISHRUPP, FRED C, 313— 5th St., Charlotte. 

FLETCHER, FRANCIS M., Harmony. 

FULP, ERNEST MADISON, Fulp. 

GARNER, JESSE P., Hills Store. 

GATLING, JOHN M., Windsor. 

GATLING, SAM. Milwaukee. 

GLASS, WILLIAM P., Glass. 

GOODSON, AMZI NEAL, 48 W. Depot St., Concord. 

GRAHAM, LEROY E., 1017 Gloris Ave., Durham. 

GRANT, R. H., c/o C. L. R. R. Co., Wilmington. 

GURLEY, RICHARD N., Goldsboro. 

HAGEMAN, EARL L.. Bryson, City. 

HANKINS, JOHN JAMES, P. O. Box 598 Winston-Salem. 

HARWIRD. VERNON J., 426 Roxboro St., Durham. 

HAY, WALTER S., 410 S. Washington St., Shelby. 

HELMS, FRED B., R. No. 3. Monroe. 

HENDERSON, OTIS H., Graham. 



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HOLDER, BRANSTON B„ Jackson Springs. 

HOLMES, O. K., Fayetteville. 

HOLT, JAMES 0., R. F. D. No. 2. Greensboro. 

HOOPER, PERCY V., 543 Riverside Ave., Elizabeth City. 

HOPPER, WILLIAM W., Spray. 

HOSSFELD, WILLIAM E., Morganton. 

HOUCK. FRANK H., 1226— 12th Ave., Hickory. 

HOUSER, JOHN R., North Wilkesboro. 

HUMBER, ROBERT L., Jr., Greenville. 

HUSKE, JOHN M., Fayetteville. 

IVEY, GEORGE M., 73s Central Ave., Charlotte. 

JENKINS, L.B., Rocky Mount. 

JOHNS, CLARENCE DURWARD, West Raleigh. 

JOHNSON, JAMES W., Cedar Creek. 

JONES, ROBERT LEONARD, Box 416, Marion. 

JORDAN, HAROLD R., no Elenoir Ave., Kinston. 

JORDAN, NOBEL L., Hendersonville. 

KELLY. RICHARD STERLING, Duke. 

KIMBRELL, LAWRENCE V., Fletcher. 

KERR, EDWIN S. W., Asheville School, Asheville. 

LANE. HERBERT ELLIOTT, Hertford. 

LASSITER, FRANK L., Wagram. 

LEE, GEORGE SAMUEL, Monroe. 

LEE, HEATH E., 701 S. Church St., Monroe. 

LEWIS, MARION SMITH, Mann's Harbor. 

LEWIS, WILLIAM B., Jr., 81s Duke St., Durham. 

LINDSEY. EDWIN S., Tryon. 

LINKER, JOSEPH B., 516 E. Bank St., Salisbury. 

LOFTIN, WILLIAM A., Mount Olive. 

LOHR, LAWRENCE L.. Lincolnton. 

LONG, BYRON B., Matthews. 

LOVE, RODERICK MILNOR, Pineola. 

LOVELACE, ARSOLA C, Rutherfordton. 

LUPO, ROBERT MAXEY, West Durham. 

LYDA, L. V., Biltmore. 

McARN, ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS, Laurinburg. 

McARTHUR, J. R., Greenville. 

Mcdonald, charles j., r. f. d. No. i, vass. 

McDUFFIE, ROGER A., 222 S. Spring St., Greensboro. 

McLEAN, GEORGE H., Maxton. 

McLEOD, JOHN D., Carthage. 

McMANUS. MURRAY M., Albemarle. 

McNEELY, MARTOL P., Monroe. 

McNEER, FRED ARNOLD, Hillsboro. 

McPHERSON, PAUL V., Liberty. 

MANN, RAY H., Canton. 

MARSH, EDWARD B., 200 S. Ellis St.. Salisbury. 

MARSH, JULIUS EVERETT, High Point. 

MARTIN, ALLEN MORRIS, 668 W. 4th St., Winston-Salem. 

MATHEWS, CHARLES R., Buies Creek. 

MAUNEY, SAMUEL D., R. R. No. 3. Newton. 

MAXWELL, B., Providence Rd., Charlotte. 

MERRYMAN, FRED H., Light & Power Co., Charlotte. 

MIAL, THOMAS K., 80s Newborn Ave., Raleigh. 



MINICK, NORMAN R., 67 S. F. Broad St., Asheville. 

MOORE, GUY G, Kinston. 

MOORE, JAMES R., Lenoir. 

MORRISON, FRED W., Chapel Hill. 

MORRISON, ROBERT L., 52 W. Depot St., Conoord. 

MORROW, JAMES McKNIGHT, Monroe. 

MYRICK, FRED F„ Bennett. 

NEAL, JOHN W., R. F. D. No. 5. Durham. 

NEAL, WILLIAM HENRY, R. F. D. No. 8, Charlotte. 

NISSEN, TYCHO' N., 354 Sprague St., Winston-Salem. 

NORWOOD, THOMAS H., 306 S. John St., Goldsboro. 

NUTTALL, DANIEL M., Rockingham. 

PARKER, BENJAMIN C, Monroe. 

PARKER, CLYDE E., 304 Oakwood Ave., Raleigh. 

PARKER, RAYMOND G., Jackson. 

PARKER, R. S., Twin City Club, Winston-Salem. 

PATTERSON, JOHN E., Leaksville. 

PEEL, CARLAND O., Durham. 

PENDER, JOHN R., Jr., Tarboro. 

PENDER, LEON EVANS, Pinehurst. 

PETTAWAY, W. R., Graham. 

PETTIGREW, RICHARD W., R. F. D. No. 1, Burnsville. 

PIPPIN, R. E., Wakefield. 

POST, WILLIAM E., 30 Oak St., Asheville. 

POST, WILLIAM N., 112 N. 7th St., Wilmington. 

PRUETTE, ROWLAND S., Wadesboro. 

QUINN, FRANK E., Warsaw. 

RANKIN, E. R., Chapel Hill. 

RANKIN, THOMAS W., Fayetteville. 

REYNOLDS, HEWITT, Samarcand. 

RHOADES, VERNE, P. 0. Box 77, Asheville. 

ROACH, WILLIAM L., 402 Oakwood Ave., Durham. 

ROLAND, ROBERT L., Burnsville. 

ROWE, J. V., Trenton. 

SEEGERS, JOHN C, 12 N. 6th St., Wilmington. 

SHAW, DUNCAN, Fayetteville. 

SIMPSON, HENRY B., R. R. No. 18, Matthews. 

SNOW, RODNEY E., 210 S. Main St., High Point. 

SPAUGH, RUFUS ARTHUR, 1601 S. Main St., Winston-Salem. 

SPRINKLE, ROBERT L., 313 W. Market St., Reidsville. 

STACKHOUSE, AMOS., Stackhouse. 

STEWART, FEDDIE A., R. F. D. No. 5. Kings Mountain. 

STEWART, PAUL, Lamon St., Fayetteville. 

STOUGH, MICHAEL A., Cornelius. 

STOWE, RALPH R., Gastonia. 

TALLY. JOSEPH O., Fayetteville. 

TANNER, SIMPSON BOBO, Jr., 603 E Ave., Charlotte. 

TAYLOR, C. BUXTON, Oxford. 

TAYLOR, ROBERT E., Asheville. 

THOMPSON, HALSEY KENT, Aurora. 

THOMPSON, WILLIAM A., Hallsboro. 

THOMPSON, WESLEY B., 138 Broad St., Dunn. 

THORP. DANIEL W., Jr., R. R. No. 4, Rocky Mount. 

TIMBERLAKE, WALTER C, 608 Birch St., Durham. 



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TRAVIS, EDWARD L., Halifax. 

TURNER, JESSIE A., Pair Bluff. 

VANSTORY, R. M., Fayetteville. 

WALTON, SETH T., R. P. D. No. 3, Jacksonville. 

WARD, EDMUND F., 232 Bridge St., Smithfield. 

WARREN, ERNEST R., 319 S. York St., Gastonia. 

WATTS, MAURICE, Williamston. 



WILSON, JOHN R., 89 Arlington St., Asheville. 

WOODY, HARD J., Spring Creek. 

WORTH, DANIEL B., R. R. No. 2, Raleigh. 

WRIGHT, SAM K., Box 82, Ruffin. 

YORK, ARTHUR C, Ramseur. 

YOUNG, RICHARD L., 228 N. College St.. Charlotte. 



NORTH DAKOTA 



ACKER, IVER ANDREW, HUlsboro. 

ANDERSON, 0. E., Valley City. 

BALERUD, BERT A., 32s Fifth St., N. W., Minot. 

BARBER, DALLAS A., Heaton. 

BENFIELD, WILLIAM J., Harvey. 

BERLIN, D. H., Wimbleton. 

BOEHLKE, EITEL P., Dickinson. 

BRADLEY, HAROLD CICERO. Bismarck. 

BROWN, HARRISON, Carrington. 

BUNTING, JOHN G., Mandan. 

BURNS, J. A., Cavalier. 

CHRISTENSEN, ARNOLD M., 1024— 4th St., North, Fargo. 

CLARK, WILLIAM J., Valley City. 

CLAUSEN, A. R., Wimbledon. 

COLLINSON, JAMES, Devils Lake. 

CURRIE. JACK M., Cando. 

DAY, WALTER L., 412— 9th St., S., Fargo. 

DODGE, LEE E., Inkster. 

EELKEMA, HERMAN H., Drayton. 

ENGERUD, HAROLD, 209 S. 14th St., Fargo. 

FEETHAM. LAURENCE R., 504 S. sth St.. Grand Forks. 

GEELAN, LEO C, 1015 W. 4th St.. Sioux Falls. 

GILMAN, MORRELL B., Bismarck. 

GRAHAM, GEORGE MAXWELL, Jr., Box 36s, Fargo. 

HAGEN, BERG J., Carbury. 

HANSEN, PERCY M., 223 Lincoln Ave., Jamestown. 

HARVEY, JAMES W.. Williston. 

HOOPER, SIDNEY W., 1024 First Ave., N.. Fargo. 

HURST. G., Bowesmont. 

JACOBSON, ROBERT T., 1208 Eighth Ave., N.. Fargo. 

JENSEN, ALBERT, Devils Lake. 

JENSEN, HAROLD K., Mandan. 

KAHLERT, FRANK L., New Leipzig. 



KAMPLIN, RHEINHART J., Crosby. 
KERR, HOMER HARRISON, Wing. 
KNOX, JOHN ALEXANDER, Monango. 
KRANICH, JOHN O., Mandan. 
LANDIS, WILLIAM W., Jamestown. 
LARSEN, RALPH F., Souris. 
McKENZIE, PETER, Fergus. 

Mclaughlin, Leslie c. Hunter. 

McVAY, ROY BRUCE, Beach. 

MILLER, HARRY HAROLD, Pembina. 

MILLER, LESLIE VERNON, 71s Fourth Ave., S. E., Minot. 

MORRIS, JAMES, Carrington. 

MULICK, CLETE, 202 Fifth Ave., S. E., Minot. 

NOLLMAN, R. G„ Grafton. 

OERTIL, JOHN. Marion. 

PEIK, FERDINAND B., Carrington. 

RICHARDS, MANSELL S., Grand Forks. 

RICHARDS, WILSON C, Dickinson. 

ROBERTS, EDWARD A., Box 716, Wahpeton. 

ROCKWELL, JAMES EVAN, Fargo. 

ROHLIK, RUDOLPH, P. O. Box 321, Dickinson. 

SAGEN, GEORGE A., Northwood. 

SCHWANDT, ERICH PAUL, Buffalo. 

SHAW, H. M., Minot. 

SHUNK, GEORGE E., Anselm, Ransom Co.. 

SONQUIST, DAVID E., 807 Oak Grove, Fargo. 

STEVENS, FREDERICK S., Cooperstown. 

THOMPSON, OLAF G., R. F. 1. Box 129, Thompson. 

VANAAS, MELVIN L., 433 Second St., Minot. 

VANDENOEDER, JUSTIN F., Minot. 

VASEY, CLARENCE A., Mott. 

WALDRON, MAX, 1223 Eleventh Ave., N. Fargo. 

WILLSON, CLIFFORD HENRY, Leal. 



OHIO 



ABKE, FRANK W., Washington Court House. 
ADAMS, ERWIN L., 1236 Berdan Ave., Toledo. 
ADAMS, FREDERICK W., 2445 Robinwood Ave., Toledo. 
ADAMSON, EMIL J., 210 Montgomery St., Marietta. 
ADOLFSEN, SAMUEL W., 804 Crosby St., Akron. 
AGNEW, GEORGE M.. 1734 Powers St., Cincinnati. 
AHL, CLARENCE U., 944 Woodlawn Ave., Bucyrus. 
AKINS, RALPH H., 1690 E. 85th St., Cleveland. 



ALBRIGHT, JOHN W., R. R. No. 13, Shiloh Spgs., Dayton. 
ALER, EARL ALBERT, 103 Pear St., Zanesville. 
ALEXANDER, NEWELL JOSEPH. 631 Detroit St., Kenton. 
ALLEN, FREDERICK L., 18 Varona Apts., Park Ave., Cincinnati. 
ALTICK, LEWIS WILLIAM, R. F. D. No. 1, Dayton. 
AMSTUTZ, HOBART B.. R. D. No. 3, Amherst. 
ANDERSON, HAYWARD M., 520 Union St., Portsmouth. 
ANDERSON, HOMER S., Route No. 6, Quaker City. 



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ANDERSON, JOHN H.. 1513 Huram St., Youngstown. 
ANDERSON, LAWRENCE WORTENDYKE, 254 W. Main St., 

Norwalk. 
ANDERSON, ROBERT EMMET, 307 Broadway, Cincinnati. 
ANDERSON. WALTER WILSON. 606 W. Auglaise St., Wapakoneta. 
ANDERSON, WILLIAM W., 562 Wadsworth Rd., Medina. 
ANGELL, JAMES W., 1908 Vermont Ave., Toledo. 
ANKENY. HOWARD R., 156 Rhodes Ave., Akron. 
ANNAT. CHARLES, 558 N. Market St., Wooster. 
APSON. MARK. 5640 Belmont Ave., Cincinnati. 
ARMSTRONG, BERNARD W., 300 Hartman Bldg., Columbus. 
ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM E., 423 Cottage St., Ashland. 
ARNOLD, FRANK H„ 57 Lexington Ave., Dayton. 
ATHY, CLIFFORD R., 2334 S. Limestone St., Springfield. 
AUBURN, HORACE THOMAS, 2925 Observatory Rd., Cincinnati. 
AVERY, WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, 85 Egbert Rd., Bedford. 
BACHMAN, ALVA W., R. F. D. No. 3, Bowling Green. 
BACHMAN, FRANK P., 15 W. 70th St., Cincinnati. 
BACHTEL, ARTHUR D., 826 Walnut Ave., N. E., Canton. 
BAER, RUSSELL E„ 161 Ash St., Akron. 
BAILEY, CLARENCE W., 15703 Hiliard Rd., Lakewood. 
BAILEY, GEORGE E., Osborn. 
BAKER, CARL D., 1001 W. 3d St., Dayton. 
BAKER, CARL 0.. 1414 W. 3d St., Dayton. 
BAKER, CHARLES W., 519 Maxwell Ave., Cincinnati. 
BAKER, ROBERT J., 40 S. 7th St., Zanesville. 
BALDWIN, GALE W., Marysville. 
BALDWIN, RUSSELL J., 1933 E. 73rd St., Cleveland. 
BALENTINE, JAMES C, R. F. D. No. 9, Mansfield. 
BARB, LEWIS E., Pataskala. 
BARKER, M. L., 29 N. Perry St., Dayton. 

BARROTT, WILLIAM ENRAS, 633 Curtis Ave., Middletown. 
BASH, STANLEY S., Utica. 
BATES, MINER S., Hiram. 

BAUMGARDNER, CARLTON M., 2015 Parkwood Ave., Toledo. 
BAUR, JOSEPH KERN, 11 10 Monterey Court, Toledo. 
BEATTY, HENRY M., 2224 Devonshire Drive, Ambler Hts., Cleveland. 
BEBB, GEORGE E., 308— 2d St., Findlay. 
BECHEL, CHARLES H., 2803 Tuscarawas St., West, Canton. 
BECHTEL, LELAND J., New Washington. 
BECKEDORF, GEORGE F., Cleveland. 

BECKER, CHRISTIAN, 340 Parkview Ave., Bexley, Columbus. 
BECKER, REA A., 327 Spicer St., Akron. 
BECKER, WALTER S., 146 W. 74th St., Cincinnati. 
BEELER, CHARLES FOX, 418 South "D" St., Hamilton. 
BEHA, HARRY F., 197 Cleveland Ave., Columbus. 
BEK, ALBERT RICHARD, 2567 W. McMicher Ave., Cincinnati. 
BELL, F. J., 416 W. 5th Ave., Columbus. 
BENDER, HUGH D., Aultman. 

BENDURE, ORVAL MADISON, 1603 E. Wheeling Ave., Cambridge. 
BERDEAN, HENRY P., 2109 Collingwood Ave., Toledo. 
BERGMAN, ALFRED C, 430 Hickory St., Dayton. 
BERGUNDTHAL, JOHN DORSEY, 213 Walnut St., Martins Ferry. 
BERNARD, DANIEL D., Port William. 



BETTS, FRANK B., 40 W. 4th St., Columbus. 

BEYER, HAROLD CARL, 1965 W. 44th St., Cleveland. 

BIAS, EVERETT L., Agosta, Marion Co. 

BICK, ARTHUR P., 12 The Vendome, Toledo. 

BIGGER, MATTHEW L., 1709 Summit St., Columbus. 

BILLIG, HAROLD S., R. R. No. s. Napoleon. 

BILLINGSLEY, HAROLD G., 58 E. Woodruff Ave., Columbus. 

BISHOP, GEORGE K., 11312 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. 

BLACKMORE, ANDREW A., Elmhurst Ave., Cincinnati. 

BLAIR, HARRY P., Harriettsville. 

BLOOSER, ROLAND E., 3626 Woodford Rd., Cincinnati. 

BLY, BOYD C, Gen. Del., West Unity. 

BOLTON, JULIAN C, 10701 E. Blvd., Cleveland. 

BORING, THOMAS R., 115 Meredith St., Dayton. 

BOSTAIN, JAMES C, Forestville. 

BOUIS, H. E.. 2538 Highland Ave., Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati. 

BOWEN, CLAUDE T., 347 N. Chestnut St., Ravenna. 

BOWERS, CARY W.. 74 N. 9th Ave.. Columbus. 

BOWMAN, GEORGE M., Gambier. 

BOYD, CLIFFORD C, Cumberland. 

BRADLEY, R. G., 2905 W. 14th St., Cleveland. 

BRANT, CLYDE, Lucasville. 

BRATTAIN, RALPH C, Antwerp. 

BRENNAN, JAMES R., 1439 E. 90th St., Cleveland. 

BRENNER, WALTER M., 1815 S. Brown St., Dayton. 

BREWER, ARTHUR SHERER, Magnolia. 

BREWER, PINCKNEY P., 383 Mill St., Chillicothe. 

BRINGARDNER, MARTIN P., 1138 Bryden Rd., Columbus. 

BRONSON, ARTHUR A.. 2555 Kress St., Toledo. 

BROOKS, HUGH McMAHON. 1224 Ashland Ave., Zanesville. 

BROUSE, EDWIN W., 408-414 Central Soqs. & Trust Bldg., Akron. 

BROWN, FRANCIS P., 2993 Somerton Rd., Cleveland. 

BROWN, HERBERT F., Pottersburg. 

BROWN, HOWARD L., 297 Union St., Bedford. 

BROWN, JOSEPH R„ 2293 Bellfield Ave., Cleveland. 

BRUBAKER, LEO VERNON, 403 W. Walnut St., Ashland. 

BRUNNER, OTTO, 719 Washington St., Portsmouth. 

BUCK, JIRAH D., 791 East Mitchell Ave., Cincinnati. 

BUCK, MAYNARD A., Lodi. 

BUDD, WILLIAM C, 1327 Edwards St., Lakewood. 

BULKLEY, OSCAR S., 1369 W. mth St., Cleveland. 

BURKE, DANIEL LAURENCE, Senator Place Apts., Cincinnati. 

BURKE, WILLIAM J., 4325 W. 48th St., Cleveland. 

BURNS, ROBERT EDMUND, 9 Swiss Ave., Mansfield. 

BURROWS, RAYMOND EARL, Vermilion. 

BURRY, P. B., 3045 Fairmont Blvd., Cleveland. 

BURTON, CHARLES ARTHUR, 1485 Winton Ave.. Lakewood. 

BUSHNELL, MARTIN P., 35 N. Mulberry St., Mansfield. 

BUSHNELL, NELSON S., 1900 E. 81st St., Cleveland. 

BYERS, ALBERT G., 1147 Oak St., Columbus. 

BYERS, FRED N., 1119— 20th St., Toledo. 

BYERS, FREDRIC C, 268 S. Walnut St., Ravenna. 

CABLE, JAMES H., 463 Crestwood St., Akron. 

CALDWELL, HERBERTW., Jr., 1828 Windermare St., East Cleveland. 



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CALHOUN, THOMAS A., 5 Van Deman Apts., Dayton. 

CAMERON, MARTIN W., 610 High St., Wooster. 

CAM MAN, OSWALD, Jr., 225 N. Main St., Dayton. 

CAMPBELL, DONALD W., 3d & O'Neal Sts., Belpre. 

CAMPBELL, IVOR S., 264 W. 6th St., Marysville. 

CAMPBELL, MONTGOMERY, 55 Chittenden Ave., Columbus. 

CARLSON, RUDOLPH C, 721 Linn Drive, Cleveland. 

CARNEY, JOHN J., 1873 E. 84th St., Cleveland. 

CARPENTER, GLENN HARRY, 1117—4* St., Lorain. 

CARPENTER, RENICK GREGG, Mt. Sterling. 

CARR, LEWIS F., 210 W. 2d St., Dayton. 

CARR. PHILONZO DAVID, 3534 Stettinus Ave., Cincinnati. 

CARTER, DON WOOD, 388 The Arcade, Cleveland. 

CAVEN, FOSTER IRVIN, Conover. 

CEBERNICK, EARL, 120 N. 2d St., Hamilton. 

CECIL, LESTER L., 24 Almerwin Terrace, Dayton. 

CHAFFEE, CHESTER WARD, R. F. D. No. I, Dayton. 

CHITTENDEN, EDWIN F., 2452 Glenwood Ave.. Toledo. 

CHRISTMAN, KARL W., 27 Clinton Ave., Tiffin. 

CLARK, FRANCIS HENRY, Bowersville. 

CLARK, DEWITT, R. F. D. No. 5, Box No. 60, Ravenna. 

CLARK, JAMES D.. 114 N. Harrison St., Van Wert. 

CLARK, NEWELL H., R. R. No. 1, Box No. 26, New Richmond. 

CLARK, WALTER T., 301 E. Pleasant St., Springfield. 

CLEGG, LEE M., 10600 Hampden Ave., Cleveland. 

CLEMENS, EDWIN E., R. F. D. No. 9, Greenville. 

CLIMO, GEORGE FRANKLIN, Jr., 1923 E. 71st St., Cleveland. 

CLOSSON, ALFRED B., 223 Woolper Ave., Clifton. Cincinnati. 

COBBEY, T. S., 114— 12th St., N. W. Canton. 

COBURN, FRANK MARCUS, 9 Broadway, Salem. 

COEN, ROSS N., 316 Court St., Bowling Green. 

COLLISON, WILLIAM A., 78s E. 105th St., Cleveland. 

COMPTON, RUSSELL A., Perrysburg. 

CONKLIN, CHARLES G., 1723 Vinal St., Toledo. 

CONNABLE, HOWARD PAIGE, 701 N. Fountain Ave., Springfield. 

CONNELL, THOMAS H., 1978H Summit St., Columbus. 

CONOVER, ANDREW E.. Mt. Washington. 

COOK, LAWRENCE S., 2520 Scottwood Ave., Toledo. 

COOK, TRACY G., Sylvania. 

COOPER, RAYMOND KINNEY, 3590 Mooney Ave., Cincinnati. 

CORDRAY, PALMER LLOYD, 231 W. Church St., Urbana. 

COREY, J. W., 1897 E. 90th St., Cleveland. 

CORLETT, SPENCER D., Owl's Nest, Prospect St., E. Cleveland. 

CORNER, DAYTON O., Waterford. 

COWDEN, ALFRED M., 217 Shaw Ave., Dayton. 

COWELL, JOHN R., 2484 Scottwood Ave., Toledo. 

CRANDALL, STANLEY M., 64 Thornton Ave., Youngstown. 

CRAWFORD, GEORGE D., Fostoria. 

CREW, ROBERT T., 1225 Maple Ave., Zanesville. 

CREW, STANLEY JEFFERSON, 1225 Maple Ave., Zanesville. 

CROWLEY, JOHN CARROLL, 624 Palmwood Ave., Toledo. 

CROXTON, JAMES McLAIN, 410 Plum St., Missilon. 

CUMMINGS, MAURICE K., 2241 E. 79th St., Cleveland. 

CUNNINGHAM, FRED. N., 1400 Euclid Ave.. Steubenville. 



CURL, LAWRENCE W., 246 Windsor Ave., Urbana. 

CUSHING, EDWARD H., 9619 Lake Shore Blvd.. Cleveland. 

DAHL, CHARLES E., 1876 Agnes Court, Cleveland. 

DAHL, HENRY, 384 W. 1st St., Dayton. 

DAHLINGHAUS, JOSEPH A., R. F. D. No. 1. Maria Stein. 

DALE, JOHN T., 2256 Park Ave., Cincinnati. 

DALRYMPLE, L. C, Box No. 135, Brilliant. 

DAVIES, CLARENCE 0., 127 Kelso Rd., Columbus. 

DAVIS, SPENCER A., 1257 S. Limestone St., Springfield. 

DAWLEY, WINFIELD W., R. F. D. No. 1, Conneaut. 

DAY, KENNETH S.. 1834 Wellesley St., East Cleveland. 

DAY, LUTHER, 2033 E. 83d St., Cleveland. 

DEAN, JAMES W., 21 16 St. James Ave.. Cincinnati. 

DEARTH, JOHN O., 707^— 4th St., Middletown. 

DEETER, CLARENCE F., R. F. D. No. 2, Bradford. 

DeGINTHER, C. W., 3301 Hardisty Ave., Cincinnati. 

DeNOBEL. RICHARD, 40 Whitlam St., Ashtabula Harbor. 

DeWITT, S., 1929 E. 90th St., Cleveland. 

DICE, JESSE P., 90 Kuder Ave., Akron. 

DILLEY, FRANK B., 4146 Floral Ave., Norwood. 

DIVER, CARL F., 916 N. Main St.. Fostoria. 

DIXON. JAMES N.. Coal Run. 

D0DD. MARTIN STEEDMAN. 636 Stratford PI., Toledo. 

D0NAVAN, WILLIAM FRANCIS, 418 Winthrop St., Toledo. 

DORAN, ALEXANDER, Pataskala. 

DORAN, HOWARD EDWARD, 367 Main St., Ashtabula. 

DORNBUSCH, WALTER J., 348 Richard St., Dayton. 

DORSEY, IVAN LEROY, 1200 S. Main St., Findlay. 

DOTY, ALBERT A., Station "B." R. F. D. No. 2, Columbus. 

DOUGHERTY, FRANK HALDEMAN, 1214 Market Ave., N.. Canton. 

DOUGH MAN, JOHN J., Blanchester. 

DOUGLASS, HERBERT, Lewisburg. 

DRAIN, BROOKS D.. Belpre. 

DREYFUS, JACOB M., 11 107 Ashbury Ave., Cleveland. 

DRINKLE, CHARLES H., Lancaster. 

DUBOC, WILLIAM A., 631 E. Broad St., Columbus. 

DUFFEY, JOSEPH E.. 340 Atlantic Ave., Lima. 

DUGAN, COTTER, 437 N. Wayne St., Kenton. 

DUN, JOHN D., Toledo Times, Toledo. 

DUNBAR, ROBERT A., 9 Summer St., Ashtabula. 

DUNLAP, ROBERT B., 763 Franklin Ave., Columbus. 

DURAN, ALEXANDER, R. F. D. No. 1, Pataskala. 

DVORAK, J. I., 8913 Beckman Ave., Cleveland. 

DYE, FRANK ARGYLLE, 973 Delaware Ave.. Columbus. 

EADS. HARRY NEWTON. Bellefontaine. 

EATON, JASPER FRANK, Proctorville. 

EBERLE, CLEMENT A., 277 S. 17th St., Columbus. 

EBERLE, JOHN J., 277 S. 17th St., Columbus. 

EBY, GLENN F., Smithville. 

ECKROAD, JOHN H.. 3206 Clinton Ave., N. W., Cleveland. 

EDWARDS, CYRUS C-. 1053 Orange St., Youngstown. 

EDWARDS, H. M., Ironton. 

EFFLER, GEORGE R., 426 W. Bancroft St., Toledo. 

ELBERFIELD, JACOB, Pomeroy. 



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ELDREDGE. JAMES H.. Rockfeller Bldg.. Cleveland. 

ELSON, WINFRED L., Lakeview. 

ELY. LAWRENCE S., 1508 Dixmont Ave., Cincinnati. 

EMMEL. PAUL W., 153 E. 5th St., Chillicothe. 

ENGER, JOHN F„ 30 Clermont Bldg., Cincinnati. 

ENGLAND, McDONALD C. Forest. 

ENGLEHORN, ELMER HENRY, 2241 Cummington Rd., Cleveland. 

ENSIGN, WALTER C, 5131 Carthage Ave., Norwood. 

ERSKINE, WALLACE S., Wood St.. Lowellville, Mahoning Co. 

EVANS, EDWARD ANDREW, 3518 Prospect Ave., Cleveland. 

EVANS, EUGENE H., Twinsburg. 

FABEL, DONALD CRISTON, 1272 E. 125th St., Cleveland. 

FAGALY. EDWARD M., 2805 Madison Rd., Cincinnati. 

FAIR, VIRGIL P., R. No. II, Box No. 64, Wooster. 

FAVRET, JAMES R., Owensville. 

FECHHEIMER, MARCUS, 4050 Rose Hill Ave., Cincinnati. 

FELL, RAYMOND T., 1434 Pullan Ave., Cincinnati. 

FERNBERG, CLARENCE LEONARD, 827 Lincoln Ave., Cincinnati. 

FIELD, TYLOR. 2349 Grandin Rd., Cincinnati. 

FISHER, WILLIS R., 154 E. High St., London. 

FITE, ARTHUR SELLS, Georgetown. 

FLICKINGER, WILLIAM J.. Van Wert. 

FLOOD, BERNARD F., 484 N. Garfield Ave., Columbus. 

FOOTE, PHILIP M., 2094 Cornell Rd., Cleveland. 

FORD, CHARLES D., New Concord. 

FORD, DANIEL D., 226 Eddy Rd., Cleveland. 

FORTHMAN, JOHN R., Cumberland. 

FORWARD, MALCOLM, 7118 Lawnview Ave., Cleveland. 

FOSTER, HARRY D., Thornville. 

FOSTER, NELSON DILLON, 11409 Wade Park Ave., Cleveland. 

FOX, ARTHUR J., 336— 4th St., Toledo. 

FOX, RALPH L., Kingsville. 

FRANCIS, JAMES C, 810 Troy Place, N. W., Canton. 

FRANZ. ALWIN F., 8907 Connecticut Ave., Cleveland. 

FREASE, WILLIAM ARDIS, 928 Market Ave., North, Canton. 

FRECH, CHARLES J., 69 E. Micken Ave., Cincinnati. 

FREDERICK, B. C, 36 Geiger Ave., Alliance. 

FREY, ARTHUR R., 2302 W. 6th St., Cincinnati. 

FYFE, STANLEY L., 105 Fir St., Akron. 

GAGER, ADELBERT F., 7210 Hough Ave., Cleveland. 

GALBREATH, JOHN WILMER, 75 West Lane Ave., Columbus. 

GALLAGHER, JAMES FRANCIS, Bridgeport. 

GALLEHUE, ALBERT, 318 N. Jackson St., Springfield. 

MALTER, LOWELL E., New Richmond. 

GAST, CHARLES A., New Bremen. 

GEILFUS, MERWIN C, Hamilton Ave., Cincinnati. 

GEIST, ELMER K., 4203 Denison Ave., Cleveland. 

GELLER, ROSCOE G., 3112 Collingwood Ave., Toledo. 

GELLERT, ROBERT CLYDE, 2044 Cornell Rd., Cleveland. 

GERLACH, GEORGE E., 1851 Reyburn Rd. S. E.. Cleveland. 

GEYER, BERTRON B., Hillcrest Ave. & Riverside Drive, Dayton. 

GIBBS, ARTHUR H., 926}^ Windsor Ave., Cincinnati. 

GIBSON, ALBERT G., 114 Ferguson Ave., Dayton. 

GIBSON, FRANK EDGAR, Jr., 546 E. 108th St., Cleveland. 



GIESY, HARVEY L., 324— 19th Ave., Columbus. 
GILSDORF, GEORGE J., 1027 Grand Ave., Toledo. 
GINTZ, FRANK E„ 132 Park St., New Philadelphia. 
GLAZIER, ARTHUR W., 1843 Caldwell Ave., Cleveland Heights. 
GODMAN, MARSHALL L„ 759 Bryden Rd., Columbus. 
GOFF, WILLIAM S., 9929 Lake Shore Blvd., Cleveland. 
GOLDSMITH, BERTHOLD, Jr., Lisbon. 
GOODALL, JAMES H., New Carlisle. 
GOODMAN, ABE, 1619 Franklin St., Toledo. 
GORRELL, JOSEPH 0., Payne. 

GOTTMAN, CLIFFORD W., 432 Milton St., Cincinnati. 
GOULDER, M. K., 1474 E. 108th St., Cleveland. 
GRAEZINSKI, STANLEY A., 145 Dexter St., Toledo. 
GRAHAM, CHARLES WENDELL, Cable. 
GRAHAM, JOHN E., R. R. No. 2, Albany. 
GRASSHOFF, FRANK OTTO, R. R. No. 4, West Alexandria. 
GRAY, JOHN S., Lincoln Place, New Concord. 
GREEN, GEORGE K., 412 N. Erie St., Toledo. 
GREENE, G. S., 615 Oakwood Ave., Dayton. 
GREENE, HOWARD S„ 2133 Grandin Rd., Cincinnati. 
GREGG, CLARENCE H., 21 Glencoe Ave., Dayton. 
GREISER, ALBERT L., 3039 Montana Ave., Cincinnati. 
GRIFFITH. BARTON, Jr., 196 E. Frambes Ave., Columbus. 
GRISSELLE, SHERMAN W., 107 Star Ave., Columbus. 
GRISWOLD, CLAUDE CLIFFORD, 903 E. Bancroft St., Toledo. 
GROSEM, CLYDE L., 1000 N. Gary St., Findlay. 
GROSSIUS, WILLIAM H., 2906 Woodburn Ave., Cincinnati. 
GROTHAUS, WALTER W., New Bremen. 
GULDE, RUSSELL M., 137 Elm St., Oberlin. 
GUEHL, LEO A., 7013 Quimby Ave., Cleveland. 
GUELKER, HERBERT, 1015 Academy Ave., Cincinnati. 
GUNN, FRANK R., 2450 Putnam St., Toledo. 
HABER, ERNEST S., 9907 Dennison Ave., Cleveland. 
HAIN, HARRY D., 244 Norwood Ave., Youngstown. 
HALES, FELIX S., 3003 Somerton Rd., Cleveland. 
HALL, HARRY G., The Smith-Kasson Co., Cincinnati. 
HAMILTON, HERBERT N., 3258 Burnet Ave., Cincinnati. 
HANELY, CHESTER F., R. No. 1, Le Moyne, Wood Co. 
HANDERSON, PHILIP O., 14308 Superior Rd., Cleveland. 
HANNAFORD, ROGER E., 2540 Treber PI., N. Fairmount, Cincinnati. 
HARPER, RAYMOND J., Maumee. 

HARMOUNT, HERBERT S., Suite No. 16, 10406 Euclid Ave., Cleve- 
land. 
HARRELL, ORVILLE J., Jackson. 
HARRINGTON, DONALD S., 136 Elm St., Leetonia. 
HARRISON, ROBERT E., 939 Hawthorne Ave., Price Hill, Cincinnati. 
HARSHMAN, J. B., Dayton. 

HART, HORNELL N., Council Social Agencies, Cincinnati. 
HARTER, EDWIN W., 220 Summit St., Marietta. 
HARTER, JOHN A., Jamestown. 

HARTER, STOCKTON, 1543 Market Ave. North, Canton. 
HARVEY, M. Cm c/o Otis & Co., Cuyahoga Bldg., Cleveland. 
HARWOOD, GEORGE B., Granville, Licking Co. 
HATCH. ALVAN STEM, 2336 Grandview Ave., Cleveland. 



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HATCH, HENRY R., 8415 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. 

HAVINGHURST, CLARENDON R., 546 S. Detroit Ave., Toledo. 

HAWK. CLAYTON M., 215 West Ave., Elyria. 

HAZLETT, GEORGE W., 363 Hudson Ave., Newark. 

HEENA, CARL R., 2358 Stratford Ave., Cincinnati. 

HEIBY, CARL M., Ft. Recovery. 

HEINBUCH, HAROLD, 1110 W. Main St., Massillon. 

HEINOLD, FRED W., 2471 McBrayer. Ave., Cincinnati. 

HEINRICHSDORF, ROBERT, 366 Terrace Ave., Cincinnati. 

HELLE, WALTER A., Woodside. 

HELLER, LOUIS L., R. D. No. 2, Marietta. 

HENRY, CURTIS RAYMOND, 3008— 6th St., S. W„ Canton. 

HERBERT, JOSEPH C, 1644 E. 86th St., Cleveland. 

HESS, WILLIAM E., 2447 Fairview Ave., Cincinnati. 

HESSELL, MILTON EUGENE, 11430 Bellflower Rd., Cleveland. 

HEUCK, ROBERT, 3336 Jefferson Ave., Cincinnati. 

HICBY, CARL M., Fort Recovery. 

HICKENLOOPER, SMITH, Observatory Road, Cincinnati. 

HILL, EUGENE M., Milford. 

HILSCHER, WALTER C, 815— 23d, N. W„ Canton. 

HINZ, JOHN H., Avon Lake, Cleveland. 

HOCHSTETTLER, PAUL, 335 S. Main St., Bluffton. 

HOCHSTRASSER, HAROLD, 4253 Harrison St., Bellaire. 

HOFER, PHILLIO, 2374 Grandin Rd., Cincinnati. 

HOLE, ERNEST M., Lisbon. 

HOLDEN, WILLARD E., 320 Clinton St., Ravenna. 

HOLTON, HOYT S., 35 Rosalind Place, Toledo. 

HOOK, JAMES H., 37 McDankl St., Dayton. 

HOPKINS, JAMES R., Art Museum, Cincinnati. 

HOPKINS, ORVEL A., La Grange. 

HORN, HERBERT A., 2099 Cornell Rd., Cleveland. 

HOSKIN, WILBUR D., 10712 Hampden Ave., Cleveland. 

HOUGH, CLIFFORD R., 402 W. 9th St., Columbus. 

HOVER, FRED R., Harrod. 

HOVORKA, FRANK T., Jr., 9813 Ramona Blvd., Cleveland. 

HOWARD, DWIGHT, 1601 Granville St., Columbus. 

HOWARD, E. C, 2202 Glenwood Ave., Toledo. 

HOWELL, ELWOOD P., Liberty Center, Henry Co. 

HUBERT, MERTON J., 2273 Lawrence Ave., Toledo. 

HUMPHREYS, HAROLD L., 517 E. Lincoln Way, Van Wert. 

HUNT, WAYNE C, Brighton Rd., Bratenahl, Cleveland. 

HUNTER, CARTWRIGHT MAXWELL, Main St., Wilmington. 

HUNTER, P. C, 102 Oxford Ave., Dayton. 

HUNTINGTON, HUGH, 274 S. Ohio Ave., Columbus. 

HUSSELMAN, JOHN H., 3454 E. 145th St., Cleveland. 

HUTCHINSON, HUBBARD, 847 S. Park St., Columbus. 

HYATT, EDWARD, 1819 E. 89th St., Cleveland. 

HYDE, MERRITT A., Jr., 104 Spring St., Marietta. 

INGALLS. A. S., 1108 Lake Shore Boulevard, Cleveland. 

IRVIN, JAMES B., 800 Oakwood Ave., Dayton. 

IRVINE, WILLIAM B., Little Hocking. 

ISAACS, ELCANON, 3264 Delaware Ave., Cincinnati. 

ISPHORDING, ROBERT C, 4231 Forest Ave., Norwood. 

JACKSON, EUGENE L., 36 South St., Oberlin. 



JACKSON, PAUL M., College Corner. 

JACONSEN, JACOB B., 63 Falls Ave., Youngstown. 

JANICKI, FRANK E., 6626 Forman Ave., Cleveland. 

JENKINS, WARDER B., North Hampton. 

JENKINS, WILLIAM BRYANT, 1573 E. 36th St., Cleveland. 

JENSEN, FRED, 17 Burns Ave., Wyoming, Cincinnati. 

JERSEY. VERNON A., 3421 Davisville Rd., West Park. 

JOEST, WILLIAM C, 3310 Milton Court, Cincinnati. 

JOHNSON, AVRILL C, Eureka. 

JOHNSON, NEWTON H.. Ironton. 

JONES, LAWRENCE R., 2140 Auburn Ave., Cincinnati. 

JONES, ROGER L., 1709 — 10th St., Portsmouth. 

JONES, THOMAS C, 130 N. Liberty St., Delaware. 

JOUGHLIN, JOHN W., 410 S. St. Clair St., Painesville. 

JUDKINS, MARION D., 527 S. Main St., Delphos. 

JUDY, FERRIS MILLS, 265 W. McMillen St., Cincinnati. 

JUMP, CLAUDE A., 68 N. 10th St., Kenmore. 

KAICHEN, HOWARD ARNOLD, 686 Gholson Ave., Cincinnati. 

KAISER. CHARLES WARNER, 118 W. 8th St., New Philadelphia. 

KALDENBAUGH, HENRY, New Philadelphia. 

KAUFMAN, E. M., 1348 E. 114th St., Cleveland. 

KEGERREIS, IRL G., 280 W. Main St., Bellevue. 

KELLEY, WALTER C, 416 Ash Ave., Findlay. 

KEMPER, SAMUEL F., 970 Avondale Ave., Cincinnati. 

KENNEDY, RICHARD ALFRED, 1507 Castle Ave., Cleveland. 

KENNEDY, RICHARD R., 137 Salem Ave., Dayton. 

KEPLINGER, ROBERT V., Metropolitan Brick Co., Canton. 

KEPNER, LEE DAVID, 30 West St., Nutwood. 

KERKHOFF, JOSEPH V., 746 Mt. Hope Rd., Cincinnati. 

KESTER, WALTER, 1001 East Oak St., Massillon. 

KEYSER, MARION G.. Payne Ave., Cuyahoga Falls. 

KIMBLE, ORVA L., R. R. No. 2, Bryan. 

KINCAID, E. E., Malta. 

KING, C. P., Glenford. 

KING, EDGAR P., Granville. 

KING, RALPH T., 2648 Prospect Ave., Cleveland. 

KING, WOODS, 2648 Prospect Ave.. Cleveland. 

KINNEAR, RALPH EDGAR, 38 Jefferson Ave., Columbus. 

KINNEY, JAMES R., Hamersville. 

KISHMAN, MYRON E., Vermilion. 

KLAG, FREDERICK W., 551 Palmwood Ave., Toledo. 

KLEEMEIER, HARRY C, 2742 Markbreit Ave., Cincinnati. 

KNAPP, HIRAM LOVEJOY, 7200 Wade Park Ave., N. E., Cleveland. 

KNAPP, RAYMOND S., 249 E. Main St., Norwalk. 

KNIESLEY, JAMES F., Circleville. 

KNIGHT, ARTHUR C, 2053 E. io2d St., Cleveland. 

KNIGHT, CLAUDE M., 4507 Harvard Ave., Cleveland. 

KNOOP, JOHN KERR, Troy. 

KOENIG, GEORGE J., 2934 Spring Grove Ave., Cincinnati. 

KONOPAK, LOTHAR T., 85 Virginia St., Toledo. 

KUHLMAN, CHARLES E., 2131 Franklin Ave., Toledo. 

KULL, WALTER L., Granville. 

KURTZ, HENRY NEWTON, 48 S. sth St., Columbus. 

LACHENMEYER, OTTO H., Dover, 



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LAMPRECHT, MERLE WILBUR, 499 N. Howard St., Akron. 
LANCASHIRE, LAWRENCE B., 215 E. College St., Oberlin, Lorain 

Co. 
LANDEN, DELMAR LEO, no S. Light St., Springfield. 
LANDOR, WALTER A., Rear 715 Shorb Ave., Canton. 
LANE, OREN O., R. F. D. No. 5, Bryan. 
LATHAM, LELAND DANA, 243 W. William St., Delaware. 
LAVELLE, ROBERT J., 3005 Junietta Ave., Cincinnati. 
LAVERTY. JAMES A., 101 Wisconsin Ave., Wellston. 
LAWSON, RUSSELL W., Cridersville. 
LAYMON, HOWARD W., 368— 7th St., Chillicothe. 
LEA, CHARLES L., 504 Wayne St., Sandusky. 

LEAVELL, LIVINGSTON LEWIS, 704 Baltimore St., Middletown. 
LEES, DOUGLAS W., 3329 Parkwood Ave., Toledo. 
LEES, WESLEY H., Brookville. 

LEIGHTON, HARRY R., 828 E. 95th St., Cleveland. 
LEIS, SIMON L., 21s Emming St., Cincinnati. 
LEONARD, STANLEY W., 607 Wood St., Piqua. 
LEVI, DAVIS, Lennox Lane, Avondale, Cincinnati. 
LEWIS, BENJAMIN WARREN, 404 Belmont Ave., Youngstown. 
LEWIS, MAURICE E., c/o R. Lewis Co., Cleveland. 
LEWIS, ROBERT HOWARD, 442 W. Main St., Gallon. 
LIEDEL, HERBERT JOHN, Delta. 
LIGGETT. WILLIS H., New Dover. 
LINCOLN, DONALD, 191 1 E. 97th St., Cleveland. 
LIPPIT, R. L., 343 Earl Court, Akron. 

LITTLEJOHN, DAVID HOGG, 3070 Gilbert Ave., Cincinnati. 
LOCKE, CHARLES 0., Hotel Shanan, Tiffin. 
LONGBERRY, HARLEY H., R. D. No. 1, Cortland. 
LONGSWORTH, WALTER I., c/o The Glidden Co., Cleveland. 
LOOMIS, CLIFTON K., 133 W. Liberty St., Medina. 
LORENZ, EDWARD H., 1608 W. 1st St., Dayton. 
LOUDENBACK, HARVEY M., St. Paris. 
LOVE, EWING D., 1019 Buckland Ave., Fremont. 
LOVENTHAL, VICTOR S., 2197 Grandview Ave., Cleveland Heights. 
LYNN, JOHN M., 1425 Park Ave.. Portsmouth. 
LYTLE, LAWRENCE ROY, 2064 Eastern Ave., Cincinnati. 
McADOO, BRUCE ELLIOTT, 277 E. Exchange St., Akron. 
McCALL, HUGH S., Portsmouth. 
McCANN, SAMUEL G., Dresden. 
McCLEERY, FREDERIC, 22s Gosgen Ave., Salem. 
McCLEERY, WALTER S., 326 N. Columbus St., Lancaster. 
McCOY, CURTISS JACOB, 37 N. 1st St., Miamisburg. 
McCREADY. BERLYS VAN DYKE, R. F. D. No. 6, Mansfield. 
McCREERY, ALEXANDER H., Kenton. 

McCUNE, PAUL, 6039 Oakwood Ave., College Hill, Cincinnati. 
McDONALD, WILLIAM J., 1360 Franklin Ave., Columbus. 
McFARLAND, JAMES C, 6315 Beachmont Ave., Cincinnati. 
McFARLAND. HAROLD G., Tobasco. 

McGOWAN, MALCOLM E., 1037 LaBelle Ave., Steubenville. 
McGOWAN, RICHARD Z., Ohio Cities Gas Co., Columbus. 
McGUIRE, DENNIS JOHN, 124s E. 89th St., Cleveland. 
McKEE, ROSS H.. West Carlisle. 
McKEEVER, B. A., 336 W. sth St., East Liverpool. 



McKENZIE, F. R., 76 Grand Ave.. Akron. 

McKIE, STANLEY HOBART, 3554 Evanston Ave., Cincinnati. 

McMULLEN, JOHN P., 125 E. North St., Hillsboro. 

MACEY, C. D., c/o Citizens State Bank, West Milton. 

MACK, NATHAN L„ Dover Center. 

MAGEE, WALTER V., 101 Pine St., Zanesville. 

MAIENSCHEN, CARL F., 1506 Elm St., Cincinnati. 

MALLOY, HENRY I., 420 Lincoln Ave., Youngstown. 

MANNING, DONALD F., 2048 Scottwood Ave., Toledo. 

MARQUAND, CARL B., West Lafayette. 

MARQUIS, EDWARD, c/o O. S. S. D.. Columbus. 

MARSH, GUY ALBERT, 211 S. Market St., Galion. 

MARTIN, GEORGE E., 814 — 3rd St., Marietta. 

MARTIN, HOLLIS C, Rio Grande. 

MARTIN, J. B., Oberlin. 

MARTIN, JOHN K., Logan. 

MARTIN, PHILIP M., Euclid. 

MARTIN, RAYMOND ODELL, 160 W. Main St., Newark. 

MARTIN, ROBERT G., 284 W. Railroad St., Fostoria. 

MARTIN, RUSSELL W., R. F. D. No. 1, Malta. 

MARTINDALE, WINFRED LYCURGUS, West Milton. 

MARVIN, C. R., 846 Park St., Findlay. 

MASON, JOSIAH LOCKE, 547 Pleasant St., Ashland. 

MASON, ROBERT C, 355 King Ave., Columbus. 

MAST, LOUIS L., Lock Box 41, West Milton. 

MATHER, AMASA STONE, Western Reserve Bldg., Cleveland. 

MATHER, RICHARD H„ 2130 Lawrence St., Toledo. 

MELLINGER, WILBUR S., 230 High St., Leetonia. 

MELLON, CLARENCE E., 1007 E. Euclid Ave., Cleveland. 

MELLON, De FOREST, 10073 Republic Court, Cleveland. 

MERION, NATHANIEL, Station "C," Columbus. 

MERRITT, WILLIAM F., 123 W. Main St., Norwalk. 

MERZ, EDMUND RANDOLPH, Lowellville, Mahoning Co. 

METZGER, EDWARD H., Miami. 

METZGER, FRANCIS C, 14009 Idarose Ave., Cleveland. 

MEYER, CARLTON L., Park Hotel, Put-in-Bay. 

MEYER, J. W., 1558 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati. 

MICHAEL, JOHN A., 1923— 7th St., S. W. Canton. 

MILES, FLETCHER CHAPMAN, 2712 Overlook Road, Cleveland 

Heights. 
MILLAR, JOHN H., 906 College Ave., Wooster. 
MILLER, HAROLD E., 219 E. Madison St., Montpelier. 
MILLER, HARRY H., 1014— 15th St., Portsmouth. 
MILLER, NATHAN ABRAHAM, Quinby Ave., Wooster. 
MILLER, PERRY L„ 25 Cayuga St., Marion. 
MILLER, VINCENT H., Gen. Del ., Rising Sun. 
MILLHON, MYRON E., Senecaville. 

MILROY, ROBERT G., 317 N. Detroit St., Bellefontaine. 
MITCHELL, DONALD W., 200 Main St., Ashtabula. 
MITCHELL, HOWARD R., Spencerville. 
MIZER, CLARENCE E., Richmond Rd., Euclid. 
MONTGOMERY, DON P., New Concord. 
MOODY, WILKIE 0.. Granville. 
MOORE, ARNOLD D., 1520 Madison Ave., Toledo. 



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MOORE, RALPH ZANE, 125 Hubbard Ave., Columbus. 

MOORE, V. A., Chardon. 

MOORMAN, GREGOR B., Moorman & McMillan Sts., Cincinnati. 

MORGAN, RALPH JAMES, 85 W. Main St., Geneva. 

MORRILL, ALBERT H., Provident Bank Bldg., Cincinnati. 

MORRIS, BENJAMIN C, Camden. 

MORRIS, DAVID J., 108 Cliffton St., Springfield. 

MORRIS. EDWIN J., 1013 W. Bancroft St., Toledo. 

MORRISON, ROBERT A. J., 3495 Brookline Ave., Cincinnati. 

MORTIMER, GEORGE C, 18 E. 101st St., Cleveland. 

MOSS, ARTHUR W., 10207 Ostend Ave., Cleveland. 

MOYER. BRUCE H., 2037 E. 105th St., Cleveland. 

MOYER, J. W., 1558 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati. 

MULCAHY, ALFRED THOMAS, 624 N. Main St.. Lima. 

MULHOLLAND, EUGENE ISAAC, Adrian. 

MULLIN. WILLIAM G., 1021 Highland St., Columbus. 

MUMPER, WILLIAM H., 1846 Cleveland Ave., Norwood. 

MUNGER, HAROLD H., 215 E. 2d St.. Perrysburg. 

MUNN, ROBERT P., Portage. 

MURRAY, CLETUS J., West Jefferson. 

MUSGROVE, G. C, Coshocton. 

MYERS, HERBERT L.. R. R. No. 2, Belmont, Dayton. 

NASH, RALPH C, 31 Washington Ave., Warren. 

NEER, OTTO D., c/o Mrs. C. I. Clark, Woodstock. 

NEFF. HERBERT W.. 39 Belvidere Way, Akron. 

NELSON, ROBERT L.. 1894 E. 82d St., Cleveland. 

NELSON, WESLEY ROBERT, Norwood. 

NEMECEK, A. J., 914 W. 22d St., Lorain. 

NEWELL, ASHBELL B., 2237 Glenwood Ave., Toledo. 

NEWKIRK, BRUCE P., 124 N. Columbia St., Crestline. 

NEWLUN, RAY, 1329 Mt. Vernon Ave., Columbus. 

NICHOLAS, HENRY OSCAR. 3234 W. 14th St., Cleveland. 

NICHOLS, CLYDE E., 915 "B" Ave., Elyria. 

NIDA, BRADEN EMERY, 521— 1st Ave., Gallipolis. 

NIXON, C. G., 1635 E. 85th St., Cleveland. 

NIXON, CRAWFORD GLADSTONE, Broadacre. 

NOBLE, STEWART L., 30 Latta Ave., Columbus. 

NOLAN D, LUTHER CARL, Oberlin. 

NORRIS, DONALD C, 60 E. 8th Ave., Columbus. 

NORRIS, MILTON R.. 14375 Superior Ave., Cleveland. 

NORRIS, ROSS N., 14375 Superior Ave., Cleveland. 

NORTHUP, WILLIAM G.. 2404 Franklin Ave., Toledo. 

NORTON, HAROLD E., 2437 Monroe St., Toledo. 

NUTTING. P. J., 334 Spitzer Bldg., Toledo. 

O'BRIEN, ROBERT T.. 174 N. Forge St., Akron. 

OBERLIN. RALPH EDWIN, 808 Chestnut St.. Massillon. 

O'CONNER, RAYMOND M.. 1216 Citizens Bldg., Cleveland. 

OGDIN, RALPH N.. 620— 2d St., Marietta. 

OHMER, HORACE G., 161 Salem Ave.. Dayton. 

OLIN, FRANK S., 608 N. Mill St.. Orrville. 

OLIVER, GLENN T., 102 E. North Ave.. New Palestine. 

OOLINGER, G. C, 825 Manhattan Ave., Dayton. 

OPDYCKE. C. R., 335 E. Bryant St., Bryan. 

ORCUTT, WILBUR EDWARD, 346 E. Bowman St., Wooster. 



ORTH, ANDREW W., 2048 E. 90th St., Cleveland. 

OSKAMP, ALEXANDER McLEOD. 201 Worthington Ave., Wyoming. 

OTT, REUBEN E. P., 820 York St., Cincinnati. 

OTTENJOHN, RALPH F., 3561 Burch Ave., Cincinnati. 

OVERTURF, MARION C, Lucasville, Scioto Co. 

OWEN, LAWRENCE L., Ft. Clinton. 

PALMER, HOWARD A., 2101 Lindwood Ave., Toledo. 

PALMER, PERCIVAL S., 401 Calumet St., Middletown. 

PALMER, ROY, 825 Chateau Ave., Cincinnati. 

PARKINSON, JAMES F.. Box No. 72, Reynoldsburg. 

PARKINSON, ROBERT M., 315 S. Main St., Dayton. 

PARTINGTON, JOSEPH, Elyria. 

PATCH. RUSSELL HOWARD, 1556 E. 86th St., Cleveland. 

PATE, ROBERT J., 100-102 Lamont St., Cleveland. 

PATTERSON, LUTHER M., Dennison. 

PEAT, FRANK E., Westerville. 

PENNELL, LAWRENCE P., 549 S. Linden Ave., Alliance. 

PERRY. ROBERT D., 108 Huntington Place, Cincinnati. 

PETTIT, M. W., 247 W. North Broadway, Columbus. 

PETTIT, RUSSELL ORENE, 2325 Flora Ave., Cincinnati. 

PFEIFFER, WILLIAM J.. Greenspring. 

PFLUEGER, MARTIN THEODORE, Clyde. 

PHELPS, NORMAN F., 428 E. Rennselaer St., Bucyrus. 

PHILLIPS, DOUGLAS E., R. D. No. s. Hudson. 

PHILLIPS, GEORGE H., 1858 E. 75th St., Cleveland. 

PICHEL, CHAUNCEY D., 360 Northern Ave., Cincinnati. 

PICKERING, F. K., 1884 E. 70th St., Cleveland. 

PIERSTORFF, ARTHUR L., R. R. No. 3, Rockford. 

POFFENBERGER, MILLARD C, 914— 8th St., Portsmouth. 

POPE, LEVERETT H., 4239 Floral Ave., South Norwood. 

POPENOE, CHARLES BROADWELL, 51 Dayton Ave., Dayton. 

PORTER, GEORGE N., n Mason St., Cincinnati. 

PORTERFIELD, ERNEST R., St. Clairsville. 

POTTER, MYRON AUSTIN, 209 Opera House Block, Lima. 

POTTER, SAMUEL A., 2215 E. 78th St., Cleveland. 

POULTON, EDWIN H., 1064 Neil Ave., Columbus. 

POWELL, JOHN M., 51 St. Leger Apts., Cincinnati. 

PRASSE, AMOS HAROLD, 1502 Northland Ave., Lakewood. 

PRINGLE. SAMUEL W., 523 Stibbs St., Wooster. 

PRUCHAS, HUGH VITT, 2371 E. 82d St., Cleveland. 

PRUESS, LEO J., 3615 Newton Ave., Cincinnati. 

PUMPHREY, FRED H., 339 W. 4th Ave., Dayton. 

QUILLIN, ROBERT E., 644 Oak St.. Columbus. 

RAINIE, JOHN H„ 1845 E. 93d St., Cleveland. 

RAMSEY, THOMAS L., Covington. 

RANDOLPH, GEORGE R., 1861 E. 90th St., Cleveland. 

RANK. JOHN E., R. F. D. No. 9. Van Wert. 

RATCHEN, J., 251 Beach St., Newark. 

RAY, JOSEPH J., Box 308, Y. M. C. A., Dayton. 

READ, EDGAR B., 315 Cleveland Ave., Salem. 

REGER, FRANK J., Sylvania. 

REIMANN, E. A., 308— 4th St., Marietta. 

REIN, HAROLD FREDERICK, 699 S. 6th St., Columbus. 

RENCH, ROBERT, 824 Neal Ave., Dayton. 



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RENDIGS, WALTER M., 631S Grand Vista Ave., Cincinnati. 

RENKERT. FREDERICK N., 456 S. Walnut St., Bucyrus. 

RHEINSTROM, JAMES ABRAHAM, Rheinstrom Bros. Co., Cincin- 
nati. 

RHODES, GEORGE P., 1229 Bonnieview Ave., Lakewood. 

RICHARDSON, JOHN NISBIT, c/o Capt. E. Talbot, Ironton. 

RING, RUSSELL B., 1112— 21st St. N. W.. Canton. 

RIPLEY, EARL F., Willshire. 

RISSER, KENNETH FREDERICK, 316 Machen St.. Toledo. 

RISSER, LESIS H., 316 Machen St., Toledo. 

RITZ, LESTER R., 312 S. Union St., Galion. 

ROBERTS, OWEN S., 6 South St., Jackson. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN, 5125 Section Ave., Norwood, Cincinnati. 

ROBINSON, HARRY C, 112s Cleveland Ave., Canton. 

ROEHLL, FRED P., 706 Cincinnati St., Dayton. 

ROESCH, ELMER R., 13332 Forest Hill Ave., East Cleveland. 

ROGERS, P. B., 3312 Redwood Ave., Cleveland Hgts. 

ROGERS, VIRGIL E., 10515 Wilbur Ave., Cleveland. 

ROMIG, JAMES E., Dennison. 

ROOT, PAUL C, 1936 E. 86th St., Cleveland. 

ROSCH, HARRY E., 32— 16th Ave., Columbus. 

ROSE, THOMAS F., 912 Smith Ave., Canton. 

ROSE. WILLIAM H., 550— 6th St., Lorain. 

ROSELL, W. FRANK, R. No. 2, Lebanon. 

ROSENBERG, EDWARD M., 2012 W. 12th St., Toledo. 

ROTH, FRED H., Cincinnati. 

ROTH, HARRY, 938 E. Main St., Columbus. 

ROTH, J. L., 2330 Upland Place, Cincinnati. 

ROTHGERY, LEE J., 7215 Lawrence Ave., Cleveland. 

ROTHROCK, EDWARD P., 2101 Holmden Ave., Cleveland. 

ROUTSONG, PAUL, R. No. 12, Dayton. 

ROWE, MAURICE, Ridgeville Corners, Henry Co. 

ROWE, WILLIAM W., 2359 Madison Ave., Cincinnati. 

ROWLEY. CHARLES REED, 191 W. Main St., Norwalk. 

RUGG, HERBERT DEAN, 125 Woodland Ave., Oberlin. 

RULISON, W. B., 6000 Prentice St., Cincinnati. 

RUSH, HARRY J., i486 Waterbury Rd., Cleveland. 

RUSSELL, CLARE D., 13703 Claiborne Ave., Cleveland. 

RUSSELL, ROBERT C. Bellville. 

RUTTMAN, CARL F., 96 Everett Ave., Akron. 

RYAN, BERT T., 2433 Monroe St., Toledo. 

RYAN, JOSEPH L., 2916 E. Overlook Rd., Cleveland. 

RYCHENER, RALPH O., 286 N. Defiance St., Archbold. 

RYDGREN, ADOLPH A., 3608 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. 

SAGER, EDWARD LEE, Box No. 26, Grove City. 

SARGEANT, EARL S., 311 W. Washington St., Medina. 

SARRAN, WALLACE E., 12 N. Warcick Apts., Cincinnati. 

SAUM, HAROLD J., 2215 Elmwood Ave., Springfield. 

SAWYER, JOHN M., New Paris. 

SCHAFER, HARRY M., 425 Mulberry St., Marietta. 

SCHEUNEMAN, GEORGE DEWEY, 362 W. Johnson St., Upper 
Sandusky. 

SCHILLER, ROYAL LAMAR, 51 Lincoln Ave., Salem. 

SCHIMPELER, CHARLES H.. 405 E. Market St.. Warren. 



SCHMITT, BERNADOTTE E., 1938 E. 16th St., Cleveland. 

SCHMITT, EDWIN G., 2815 Scioto St., Cincinnati. 

SCHNEEBERMER, LEO O., 610 N. Miami Ave., Sidney. 

SCHNEIDER, ALLEN J., 1059 Yale St., Akron. 

SCHNEIDER, WALTER EDWARD, 2612 Detroit Ave., Toledo. 

SCHONER, PAUL WISE, Hartville. 

SCHREINER, Washington Court House. 

SCHUNK, ROLLAND O., Columbus. 

SCHWARS, JOHN A., 2808 Stanton Ave., Cincinnati. 

SCHWARTZ, FRANK R., in W. 3d St., Columbus. 

SCHWARTZ, HARRY J., 15 Columbia Court, Columbus. 

SCHWEIZER, ROBERT J., 1008 Dayton St., Hamilton. 

SCHWIER, CARL, 295 E. 4th St., Mansfield. 

SCOTT, PAUL P., 189 E. College St., Oberlin. 

SCOTT, THOMAS BLAIR, 1617 Holyrood Ave., N. E., Cleveland. 

SEARL, HOWARD A., 11448 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. 

SEAVER, HUGH D., 11409 Glenwood Ave., Cleveland. 

SEGAL, DANIEL, 2914 Fairfield Ave., Cincinnati. 

SENG, LEROY E., 88 Kenworth Rd., Columbus. 

SHADRICH, EARL F., 27 President St., Athens. 

SHARP, CHARLES MacKAY, 105 Lincoln Ave., Springfield. 

SHARTLE, CHARLES WELLS, Jr., Middletown. 

SHAW, POWERS E.. Port William, Clinton Co. 

SHEA, JOSEPH A., 429 W. Main St., Shawnee. 

SHEA, MORTIMER, 530— 6th St., N. W., Canton. 

SHEARER, H. K., 510 E. Liberty St., Springfield. 

SHERRICK, JOHNSON, 1937 W. Tus. St., Canton. 

SHIEB. RAY K., 46 Charlotte St., Akron. 

SHINKEL, LEE H„ Higginsport. 

SHORT, WILLIAM HENRY, c/o Bell Telephone Co., Cincinnati. 

SHOTWELL, KARL R., 171— 12th Ave., Columbus. 

SHREVE, ERNEST B.. 405 Elm St., Martins Ferry 

SHRIVER, ROBERT C, 365 W. Monument Ave., Dayton. 

SHULTIS, J., Box No. 136. Enon. 

SIEBENTHALER, HAROLD J., 2359 W. Micken Ave., Cincinnati. 

SIEWERS, DEWITT H., 3427 Montieth Ave., Cincinnati. 

SIGLER, WINDALL PRUGH, 15 Wystaria Drive, Dayton. 

SILVER, J. H., 1725 Magnolia Drive, Cleveland. 

SILVER, L. L., 1725 Magnolia Drive, Cleveland. 

SIMPSON, WALTER A., 529 Talmadge Ave., Kent. 

SISSON, PAUL B., Western Lumber Co., Columbus. 

SKIDMORE, ERNEST A., R. R. No. 3, Cable. 

SKRANSEWFKY, WILLIAM D., 603 Oakwood Ave., Toledo. 

SLIFER, ROY P., Terrace Park. 

SLOAN, KENNETH J., 7118 Linwood Ave., Cleveland. 

SMITH, CLARENCE M., 1308 S. Fountain Ave., Springfield. 

SMITH, DANA K., Wadsworth. 

SMITH, FRANCIS J., 2165 E. 79th St., Cleveland. 

SMITH, GLEN O.. 109 Atlas St., Akron. 

SMITH, JAMES E., 1385 Franklin Ave., Columbus. 

SMITH, JASPER A.. R. R. No. 4. Piqua. 

SMITH, JOSEPH F., Ashtabula. 

SMITH, LAWRENCE JAMES, 42S West Ave., Elyria. 

SMITH, L. R., 672 W. Mulberry St., Springfield. 



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SMITH, MARVIN M., N. Canton Rd., Canton. 
SMITH, OSCAR J., 313 Floyd St., Toledo. 
SMITH, PITMAN M., 26 E. Marion Ave., Youngstown. 
SNYDER, ALONZO E., Box No. 127, Newcastle. 
SNYDER, GEORG B., 1531 Ohio Ave., Youngstown. 
SOWERS, FREDERICK R., 12316 Phillips Ave., Cleveland. 
SPEDDY, KENYON CLARK, 2027 E. 77th St., Cleveland. 
SPENCER, NORMAN G., Granville. 
SPRIGG, CARROLL, Far Hill & Harman Ave., Dayton. 
SPRIGGS, JOHN C, Enon. 

STACKHOUSE, EDWIN DEWEY, 1251 Eastwood Ave., Columbus. 
STAFFORD, JAMES E., 112 Coal Ave., Akron. 
STANG, HENRY, 61 Baltimore St., Dayton. 
STANKARD, FLOYD T., Granville, Licking Co. 
STANLEY, RICHARD, 1146 S. Main, Akron. 
STANSELL, HARRY M., 129 N. Williams St., Dayton. 
STARKWEATHER, CHARLES V., 11302 Whitmore Ave., Cleveland. 
STATES, CARL S., Clarksville. 
STAUDT, ARTHUR P., Woodsfield. 
STEELE, JOHN H., Quaker City. 

STEINECKE, JOSEPH, S. W. Cor. Findlay & Elm Sts., Cincinnati. 
STELTENPOHL, LAWRENCE H, 548 E. Liberty St., Cincinnati. 
STELZER, ARTHUR ALBERT, 426 Douglas St., Akron. 
STEPHENS, HENRY C, Rose Ridge Club, Portsmouth. 
STEVENSON, EVERETT R., 2608 Madison Rd., Hyde Park, Cin- 
cinnati. 
STEWART, THOMAS D., S528 Belmont Ave., Cincinnati. 
STILL, ROY J., Hilliard, Franklin Co. 
STING, HERBERT A., 4200 Ohio Ave., Fremont. 
STORMS, DONALD C, 1502 Central Ave., Sandusky. 
STOUT, HARRY O., Gen. Del., Fremont. 
STOUT, JOHN C, Napoleon. 
STRAENG, EDWIN C, 75 E. Bridge St., Berea. 
STRASSMAN, JOSEPH, 8026 Whiteborn St., Cleveland. 
STREB, JOSEPH H., Dover. 

STREVEY, PAUL J., 222 Columbus Ave., Washington Court House. 
STROBRIDGE, JOHN BRUCE, 946 Burton Ave., Cincinnati. 
STROCK, HARRY K, 11448 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. 
SUDHOFF, EDWARD B., 2505 Moorman Ave., Cincinnati. 
SUHRE, D. B., 1736 Pell Ave., No. Side, Cincinnati. 
SUNDERMAN, EDWIN FREDERICK, New Bremen. 
SUTTER, WALTER H., 12313 Forest Grove Ave., Cleveland. 
SUTTON, JOHN H., Attica. 
SWING, GLENN O'HARA, Bethel. 
TAHNER, CLYDE V., Sugar Creek. 
TAIT, HOWARD J., 15334 Richmond Place, Cleveland. 
TAYLOR, CLARK H., R. F. D. No. 1, Fredericksburg. 
TAYLOR, KAISER W., West Salem. 
TEIPEL, A. H., 1788 Elmore St., Cincinnati. 

TEMPLETON, HARRY R., Suite No. 16, 12346 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. 
TERRIBERRY, GEORGE G., c/o Niles Tool Wks. Co., Hamilton. 
THOMAS, LAWRENCE M., 22s— 7th St., East Liverpool. 
THOMAS, WILLIAM RAY, 523 York St., Cincinnati. 
THOMPSON, MARK L.. Oakdale Place, London. 



THOMPSON, ROLAND WADE. Montpelier. 
THURMAN, JAY M., 1610 E. 105th St., Cleveland. 
TIGGES, HERBERT L., 3103 Kimball Ave.. Toledo. 
TINDALL, ROBERT C, Toledo. 
TOLLE, RALPH H., 616 N. High St., Hillsboro. 

TOMPKINS, MERRITT LUCIAN, 12310 Forest Grove Ave., Cleve- 
land. 
TRAUTWEIN, JOHN E., 1428 Ontario St.. Toledo. 
TREVOR, THOMAS W., 537 Hale Ave., Avondale, Cincinnati. 
TRUTHAN, EDWIN J., 590S Lexington Ave., Cleveland. 
TULL, IVAN M., 3319 Evanston Ave., Cincinnati. 
TURNER, WALTER, 338 S. 9th St., Cambridge. 
TWITCHELL, HAROLD P., 136 E. Northwood Ave., Columbus. 
UNDERWOOD, A. B., 427 S. Court St., Medina. 
UNTERBURGER, GEORGE J., Jr., 719 Linden Ave., Dayton. 
UPSON, MARK, 5640 Belmont Ave., College Hill, Cincinnati. 
UPSTILL, EDWARD D., 1851 E. 87th St., Cleveland. 
URCHEL, GEORGE C, 2456 Scottwood Ave., Toledo. 
VANCE, WILLIAM N„ 213 W. Ward St., Urbana. 
VIGNOS, PAUL. I3S3 Cleveland Ave., N. W., Canton. 
VOLLMAR, E. B., R. R. No. 7, Hamilton. 
VORYS, ARTHUR McN., 441 E. Town St., Columbus. 
WACHNER. CHARLES S., 617 Cuyahoga Bldg., Cleveland. 
WACKERMAN, JOHN TAYLOR, 6716 Dunham Ave., Cleveland. 
WADDELL, WILLIAM WORLEY, Lamira. 
WAKEFIELD, EARL EDGAR, 1025 Franklin Ave., Columbus. 
WALKER, JOHN F., 26 S. Forest Ave., Youngstown. 
WALLACE, C. R., Dayton. 

WALTER, HOMER WARD, R. F. D. No. I, Dover. 
WALTER. PAUL L., 1416— 14th St., N. W., Canton. 
WALTERS, KARL G., 244 Louie St., Dayton. 
WALTHER, GEORGE BENJAMIN, 741 Bruce Ave., Lima. 
WARD, STERLING WENTWORTH, 139 E. Main St.. New London. 
WARD, THOMAS H., 35 Emmet St., Dayton. 
WARNER, CHARLES S., 3" S. Main St., Wadsworth. 
WARNER, JOHN L., Corning. 

WARNER, SIDNEY S., 370 S. Main St.. Wellington. 
WARNER, W. L., c/o P. L. Warner, Valley City. 
WARREN, C. R., Orland. 

WARRENFELTZ, HARRY F., 206 S. Pearl St., Youngstown. 
WEAVER, CHARLES F., c/o F. W. Werner. Mechanicsburg. 
WEBB, GEORGE H., 1233 Logan Ave., N. W., Canton. 
WEBNER, K. E., 702 Locust St., Coshocton. 
WEED, CHARLES ALLISON, Proctorville. 
WEEKS, CHARLES F., 149 S. Balch St., Akron. 
WEIL, CHARLES RALPH, in E. Front St., Cincinnati. 
WEILER, GEORGE A., 2927 Parkwood Ave., Toledo. 
WELCH, WILLIAM EDWARD, R. No. 1, Lower Salem. 
WELDAY, ROY A., 1405 Bellevue Blvd., Steubenville. 
WELLS, W. M., Pataskala. 

WELTON, HERBERT WILLIAM, 740 E. Mound St.. Columbus. 
WEMTE, FRANK H, 3135 Epworth Ave.. Cincinnati. 
WENGER. RALPH W., Brookville. 
WENTZ, EDWARD P., 283 W. North St., Akron. 



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WERK, CASIMIR L., Jr., Lafeuille Ave., Westwood, Cincinnati. 

WERNER, LOUIS C, 4316 Ashland Ave., Norwood. 

WERTS, RUSSELL E., West Lafayette. 

WESTERMAN, FRANK L., 144 S. Walnut St., Chillicothe. 

WETTERAU, WILSON JOSEPH, 146 Conger Ave., Akron. 

WEYL, PIERCE EDWARD, 419 Fulton St., Sandusky. 

WHARTON, PAUL T., 660 Broad St., Elyria. 

WHITE. KENNETH J., Hollansburg, Darke Co. 

WHITE, PAUL Q., 449 Buckeye St., Wooster. 

WHITE, URFE L.. Hubbard. 

WHITLATCH, ROBERT HALL, 2044 Cornell Rd., Cleveland. 

WIATT, F. E., S. Fayette St., Washington Court House. 

WICK, KENNETH B., 2259 Delmar Drive, Cleveland. 

WILDER, JESS LAWRENCE, 127 Erie St., Willoughby. 

WILK1NS, W., Urbana. 

WILLETT, JOHN F., R. F. D. No. 3. Xenia. 

WILLETT, PHILIP SHERIDAN, Plymouth. 

WILLIAMS, CLARENCE A., 202 N. Backel St., Dayton. 

WILLIAMS, DANE LYONS, Raymond. 

WILLIAMS, EDWIN, 2160 Scottwood Ave., Toledo. 

WILLIAMS, GEORGE A.. 11511 S. Clair Ave., Cleveland. 

WILLIAMS, JAMES H.. Queen City Club, Cincinnati. 

WILLIAMS, JOHN MICHAEL, Jacksonville. 

WILLIAMS, MORRIS H.. 223 Woodland Ave., Columbus. 

WILLIAMS, ROY H., Court House, Sandusky. 

WILLIAMS, RUSSELL H., 2238 S. Wayne Ave., Dayton. 

WILLIAMS, SYLVESTER V., 621 E. Erie St., Lorain. 



WILLIAMS. THOMAS SAMUEL. 8521 Force Ave., Cleveland. 

WILSON, BENJAMIN L., 7418 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. 

WILSON, JAY M., 446 Crittendon Ave., Toledo. 

WILSON, J. A., 512 N. Chestnut St., Barnesville. 

WILSON, WARNER C, 601— 4th Nat'l Bank Bldg., Cincinnati. 

WINANS, G. B., 214 Audubon Park, Dayton. 

WINTERS, BERNARD W., Reynoldsburg. 

WISELY, FRANK M., Findlay. 

WOLFE, RUSSELL L., Tiffin. 

WOOD, HOMER EDWARD, 39 N. 9th St.. Columbus. 

WOOD, WILFORD C, 213 E. Locust St., Wilmington. 

WRAY, W. N., Marysville. 

WYATT, KNOWLES, 209 Scott St., Youngstown. 

WYRE, DWIGHT E., 661 W. Market St., Lima. 

YASINOW, AARON, 5814 Hawthorne Ave., Cleveland. 

YOST, C. A., 1 124— 8th St., Portsmouth. 

YOST, HAROLD, Station "A," Marion Hts., Youngstown. 

YOST, JOEL T., R. F. D. No. 1, Clarington. 

YOUNG, CARL H., R. F. D. No. 1, Box No. 193, Youngstown. 

YOUNG, HARRY E., Leipsic. 

YOUNG, HUDSON K., Seaman. 

YOUNG, STEPHEN M., 10086 Republic Court, Cleveland. 

ZAHNER, CLYDE V., Gen. Del., Sugar Creek. 

ZAVESKY, EMIL J., 4288 E. 126th St., Cleveland. 

ZIMMERMAN. CHARLES E., 417— 36th St., Bellaire. 

ZUBER, WALTER M., 148 Thurman Ave., Columbus. 



OKLAHOMA 



AFFHOLDER. IRVIN E., Alva. 

ALLNUTT, GARNETTE W., 121 Maple St., Stillwater. 

ALVIS, PAUL DAVIS, Producers State Bank, Tulsa. 

AMBROSE, WILEY H., 618 E. Washington St., McAlester. 

AMES, BEN A., 401 W. 14th St., Oklahoma City. 

ANDERSON, FRANK CLAYTON, 1300 Classen Blvd., Oklahoma City. 

ANDERSON, HOLLY L., Tulsa. 

ANDERSON, LEE KEORBER, Weatherford. 

ASHCRAFT, FRANKLIN D., Muskogee. 

AUTRY, CHARLES E., R. F. D. No. 3. Box "A" Norfolk. 

BARRY, JOHN W., 1103 Maple St., Alva. 

BASS, HENRY B., 215 W. Elm St., Enid. 

BATES, JOHN W., Roxance Pet. Co., Tulsa. 

BAUGH, HOWARD T., 3625 N. McKinley St., Oklahoma City. 

BEATTIE, WALTER NEWTON, 1504 W. 38th St., Oklahoma City. 

BECKNER, H. D., 727 W. 5th St., Tulsa. 

BEDDOE. HERBERT WILLIAM, 118 E. 3rd St., Oklahoma City. 

BELL, WARD H., Kiowa. 

BICKEL, DEWEY, 115 W. Market St., Enid. 

BILLUPS, F. L., 305 E. 6th St., Oklahoma City. 

BLAKELY. WILLIAM A„ P. O. Box No. is, Antlers. 

BLANCHARD, JOHN BERINGER, Purcell. 

BLAND, HUGH MONROE, Tahlequah. 

BLAUNER, ARTHUR G., 1608 S. Cheyenne St., Tulsa. 



BRACKNEY, G. G., 620 W. sth St., Tulsa. 

BRANSON, RENDALL CLARK, 1121 N. Robinson St., Oklahoma 

City. 
BRETT, RUTHERFORD H., Norman. 
BREWER, CHARLES E., 211 N. Monroe St., Enid. 
BRIDGMAN, EARL L., Medford. 

BRIGHT, JOHN K., 1022 N. Robinson St., Oklahoma City. 
BRISCOE, ALBERT H., Hollis. 
BRISCOE, JACK, Perry. 
BROCK, ALPHA C, Copan. 
BROWN, ERNEST EDWARD, Sayre. 
BROWN, LEONARD A.. Blue. 
BRYCE, E. A., Tishomingo. 

BURCHFIELD, BERYLE, ioo)^ E. 3rd St., Oklahoma City. 
BUTLER, JOHN F., Spiro. 
BUZAN, HARRY BEECHER, Ponca City. 
CAMERON, JOHN NELSON, 803— 4th St., Alva. 
CANTRELL, G. H., 403 E. nth St., Chandler. 
CAREY, CHARLES EDWARD, 767 Asp Ave., Norman. 
CARR, RAYMOND M„ 1420 S. Baltimore Ave.. Tulsa. 
CARTER, EMERY W., Pryor. 
CASS, EARLY R., 915 S. Jackson Ave., Tulsa. 
CASTEEL, JOHN R., Sulphur. 
CHANDLER, CLAUD C, 4isH Friscoe Ave., Clinton. 



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CHAPMAN, ARTHUR H., First National Bank, Sapulpa. 

CHAPMAN, CHARLES B., 125 W. 3rd St., Oklahoma City. 

CLARK, COR TIS A., Weatherford. 

CLARKE, ROSCOE H., 410 West Frisco St., Okla. City. 

CLAY, ABNER HENRY, Ninnekah. 

CLAYTON, RALPH SIDNEY, Box No. 3, Cleo Springs. 

CLAYTON, ROBERT LEE, 614 S. Market St., Shawnee. 

CLEMENTS, RICHARD J., 1405 W. 27th St., Oklahoma City. 

COLLIER, JAMES V., Box No. 868, Oilton. 

CONNER, CECIL LAFAYETTE, Garber. 

COOK, JAMES BERRY, Miami. 

COONS, HARRY WESTFALL, Pawnee. 

COOPER, BARCLAY B. W., Snyder. 

CORRELL, WILLIAM L., 309 Richard Bldg.. Tulsa. 

COURTRIGHT, HOMER B., Tulsa. 

COYLE, NORMAN, Idabel. 

CRABTREE, WYLEY EARNEST, 1200 E. oth St., Ada. 

CRESS, CARL C, Crescent. 

CROWDER, JAMES EDGAR, Purcell. 

CUMMINS, ALVIN P., Keenan. 

CURTIS, JOE WHEELER, 329 W. Apache St., Norman. 

DAILEY, CHARLES F., Duncan. 

DARWIN, JULIUS CECIL, 520 N. Jackson St.. Altus. 

DAVIS, CARVIN H., 158 Jefferson St., Weatherford. 

DEBO. EDWIN FORREST, Marshall. 

DICKEY, JOSEPH S., Jr.. 620 State St., Wagoner. 

DILLON, ROY A., Woodward. 

DOUGLASS, GLENN N., 1323 W. Noble Ave., Guthrie. 

DRENNAN, JOSEPH B., Medford. 

DUNCAN, EDWIN BURTON, 301 E. 6th St., Oklahoma City. 

DUNLAP, HERSCHEL E., 340 S. Brown St., Vinita. 

ECKLES, JIM WILL, 207 W. 8th Ave., Holdenville. 

EMMONS, CLARENCE D., Vinita. 

FALKENSTINE, ALLAN, 208 W. Main St., Norman. 

FARIE, GLENN WALDO, Billings. 

FENTEM, THOMAS WHITMAN, 910 E. 9th St., Ada. 

FIELDS, JESSE, Dewey. 

FILES, FRANK W., Pawhuska. 

FISHER, JOHN McFARLAND, Arapaho. 

FISHER, TEAGUE S., Clinton. 

FLEETWOOD, CARLISLE A., Muskogee. 

FLEMMING, CHESTER V., 412 S. Frisco Ave., Tulsa. 

FLORENCE. WALTER N., nth & Electric Sts., McAlester. 

FORD, CARL S., 1532 W. Cherokee Ave., Enid. 

FORDE, LAURENCE K., P. O. Box No. 474, Woodward. 

FORRESTER, WIRT E., Cherokee. 

GASKILL, MOSES E.. 318 S. Rock Island St., El Reno. 

GIBBS, Q. D., Henryetta. 

GIBBS, WILLIAM N., Fairfax. 

GILBERT, OSCAR PRESLEY. 3900 Classen Blvd.. Oklahoma City. 

GILLELAND, JOHN W., Box No. 45, Seminole. 

GILLESPIE, LESTER A., 315 Osage St., Tulsa. 

GLIDEWELL, WEBB, Helena. 

GOLDBERG, LEO, Hartshorne. 



GOODIN, JOE, 1643 Baltimore Ave., Muskogee. 

GORDON, FREST L., Medford. 

GOUGH, HOMER H., 114 N. 3d St., Ponca City. 

GRAY, CHARLES R., Pawhuska. 

GREENE, CHARLES BURDETT, c/o Y. M. C. A., Tulsa. 

GRIM, ARTHUR HEISER. Tulsa. 

GRIMES, OTHA HEIZER, 19th & Detroit Aves, Tulsa. 

GROTH. DON R., Oklahoma City. 

GUNN, WILLIAM H.. 1209 W. 41st St., Oklahoma City. 

HAGER, DILWORTH S., Box No. 251, Tulsa. 

HALL, W. M., c/o C. E., Hall. Holdenville. 

HAMILL, DWIGHT C, 41S S. Lee St., Oklahoma City. 

HARBISON, HENRY H., 128 E. Jasper St., Tulsa. 

HARDIN, NORMAN J.. Duncan. 

HARLEY, JOHN T., Coalgate. 

HARRISON, BENAJMIN P., P. O. Box No. 33. Chickasha. 

HARROLD, CLYDE B., Ponca City. 

HAUN, RAY H., Oklahoma City. 

HILL, EDWARD C, Kingfisher. 

HILL, VERNON I., Box 562, Tulsa. 

HINKEL, WILLIAM S., 602 Duncan St., Stillwater. 

HODGES, JAMES H., Hickory. 

HOLDEN, C. A., Pawhuska. 

HOLLA WAY, WILLIAM J., 216 E. Lowray St., Hugo. 

HOMAN, HOWARD P., 231 E. 10th St., Oklahoma City. 

HORN, CARL GUSTAVE, 1532 W. 30th St., Oklahoma City. 

HORSLEY, BRUCE T., Blackwell. 

HOUCK, JOHN F., Stillwater. 

HOWELL, CHARLES P., Edmond. 

HOXIO. WILLIAM, Tulsa. 

HUFF, JACK HENRY, 1215 S. Baltimore St., Tulsa. 

HUFFMAN, SHERMAN A., 504 Dewey St., Chandler. 

HUNT. RICHARD T., Miami. 

HUNTER, PAUL BRYAN, 109 E. 3d St., Claremore. 

IMEL, ARTHUR B., Gen. Del., Pawhuska. 

ISLE, WALTER W., Edmond. 

JACOB, BUD, Picher. 

JEFFORDS, SHERMAN L., 410 N. 13th St., Muskogee. 

JENKINS, ROEBURN M., 1035 E. Thompson St., Sapulpa. 

JOHNSON, CHESTER B., Heavener, Le Flore Co. 

JOHNSON, FLETCHER M , no N. Pine St., Pauls Valley. 

JOHNSON, LUTHER E., Elk City. 

JOLLY, CHARLES WILLIAM, lis West 9th St., Oklahoma City. 

JONES, HERMAN, Durant. 

KEITH, WYLY N., 1128 W. 14th St., Oklahoma City. 

KELSOE. ISAAC ELLIOT, Okla. Stock Yards Nafl Bank, Oklahoma 

City. 
KENDALL, WILLIAM L., 1447 W. 33d St., Oklahoma City. 
KERR, DON F., Woodward. 

KINNEY, CLIFFORD MUSSER, 1536 W. 32d St., Oklahoma City. 
KIRCHNER, RALPH R., Perry. 
KOLM. ROBERT N.. 424 W. 9th St.. Stillwater. 
KRIDLER, GEORGE MATHEW. 622 "C" St.. McAlester. 
KRISHER, SHERMAN, R. F. D., No. 3. Walter. 



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LAUFMAN, KEEPER L., Room 600, Sinclair Bldg., Tulsa. 
LAWRENCE, JOSEPH CORAL, Crescent. 
LEWIS, ROY FRANCIS, R. R. No. I, Canton. 
LIEDTKE, WILLIAM C. 707 Clinton Bldg.. Tulsa. 
LINDSEY, EDWARD E., 1006 E. 9th St., Oklahoma City. 
LIVINGSTONE, GEORGE T., 528 University Blvd., Norman. 
LOOSEN, JULIUS P., Okarche. 
LOTRIDGE, EDWARD M., Sapulpa. 

LOTT, KENNETH HARRISON, 106 N. "L" St., Muskogee. 
LOWRY, EMERSON G., Box 549, Drumright. 
LUCKEY, HOWARD P., 712 S. Cheyenne Ave., Tulsa. 
LUKERBILL, WILBUR C, 209 S. 12th St., Frederick. 
McAFEE, LEWIS F., Edmond. 

McAllister, Bernard g., 128 n. Yorktown St., Tulsa. 

McCANN, ERNEST C, 120 "G" St., S. W., Ardmore. 
McFARLAND, ARTHUR BLAINE, 616 Grain Exchange Bldg., Okla- 
homa City. 
McGLATHERY, EARL J., Box No. 97, McCloud. 
McINNIS, EMMET E., 412 E. Miami Ave., McAlester. 
McINNIS, VERIS E., 630 American Nafl. Bank Bldg., Oklahoma City. 
McNAUGHTON, RAY, 23 "C" St., Miami, 
McNELEY, WILLIAM P., 133s W. Arkansas St., Durant. 
MACKLANBURG, LOUIS AUGUST, 1129 E. 10th St., Oklahoma City. 
MARSHALL, RUSSELL C, East Enid. 
MARTIN, GEORGE FISBIE, 718 S. Boston Ave., Tulsa. 
MARX, LOYD SYLVAN, Pawnee. 
MAULDIN, HUGH MORDICA, Sapulpa. 

MAYTUBBY, FLOYD ERNEST, Oklahoma State Bank.Wapanucka. 
MELTON, FRANK A., 209 West St., Stillwater. 
MERRITT, GEORGE W., Lexington. 

MITCHELL, HARRY W., Continental Stores Co., Shawnee. 
MITCHELL, LANSON D., Mustang. 
MOORE, GILBERT P., c/o O. A. Gilbert, Cleveland. 
MORRIS, GEORGE W., Jr., Lee Huckins Hotel, Oklahoma City. 
MORRIS, JOE STERLING, 30s Lawrence St., Muskogee. 
MORRISON, W. B., Red Oak. 
MOWBRAY, FLOYD D., Jefferson. 
MURPHY, DENNIS F., El Reno. 
MYERS, BRUCE J., Jefferson. 
NAYLOR, HAROLD R., Hollister. 
NELSON, FRED IVAN, 442 Robinson Bldg., Tulsa. 
OSBORN, MONROE, Paul's Valley. 
OTIS, KENNETH E., Walter. 
PACE, BRYAN S., Shawnee. 
PARIS, LESLIE, 623 E. Blvd., Muskogee. 
PARK, MONROE W., Box No. 372, Poteau. 
PARKER. NORMAN J., Tuttle. 
PATTON, FRANK N., Stillwell. 

PEMBERTON, JAMES KIRTLEY, 502 E. Adams St., McAlester. 
PERDUE, GEORGE WILSON, 41S N. Jackson St., Edmond. 
PHILLIPS, L. C, Okemah. 
PORTER, PERCY, 220 W. Maple St., Enid. 
POWELL, DAVID GAYLORD, 1302 S. Denver Ave.,Tulsa. 
PRATER, RICHARD D., 129 Hancock St., Hobart. 



PRIEBE, M. F., Elk City. 

PRUETT, THOMAS J., Carmen. 

RANCK, ROLAND J., 610 S. Independence Ave., Sapulpa. 

RANDLE, WILBUR F., Weatherford. 

REASER, FRED. S., 406 E. 7th St., Oklahoma City. 

REID, GUY C, 410 Maple Ave., Stillwater. 

REID, ROBERT P., Allen. 

REILLY, LOUIS A., 321 N. 4th Ave., Durant. 

REINFORD, JOSEPH S„ 801 "B" Ave.. Lawton. 

RESLER, JOHN CLARENCE, 413 Mayo Bldg., Tulsa. 

REYNOLDS, HARRY B., 1818 Pike Ave., Emsley. 

REYNOLDS, ROY ALVIN, 812 S. Boston St., Tulsa. 

REYNOLDS, THOMAS HARRISON, Springer. 

RIDER, ORIN L., 229 S. Adair St., Vinita. 

RINGER, ELMER C, 1317 N. 23d St., Oklahoma City. 

RISEN, OMER JACKSON, Hooker. 

ROBERTS, ALFRED B., Muskogee. 

ROBERTSON, FRANK H., in N. Main St., Blackwell. 

ROSS, JAMES K., Madill. 

RYDER. WARREN B., Wagoner. 

SARTAIN, ROBERT C, Guarantee State Bank, Okmulgee. 

SAXE, ARTHUR GRIGGS, Box 237. Okmulgee. 

SCHNURR, CORNELIUS. Orlando. 

SCRUGGS, PALMER G., R. F. D. No. 3, Walter. 

SECORD. JAMES E., Nash. 

SHARP, JOHN FLETCHER, 137 W. 14th St., Oklahoma City. 

SHELTON. JOHN M., 715 S. Detroit Ave., Tulsa. 

SHELTON, WILL C, McCurtain. 

SHIELDS, WILLIAM HOBART, 604 College Ave., Mangum. 

SHERMAN, BENJAMIN E., Tahlequah. 

SHORT, ROBERT P., Tishomingo. 

SILLS, CLYDE D.. Hennessey. 

SIMONS, ROBERT WILLIAMSON, 1324 W. Broadway, Enid. 

SIMPSON, CECIL PAUL, 1527 E. 3rd St., Tulsa. 

SIMPSON, HERBERT A., Lawton. 

SINCLAIR, EDWARD T., 406 E. 7th St., Oklahoma City. 

SLOAN, J. W., 322 S. Cheyenne Ave., Tulsa. 

SMITH, JAMES C, Norman. 

SMITH, OTTO. Oakwood. 

SMITH, SOLON W., 706 American Nat'l. Bank Bldg., Oklahoma City. 

SMYTHE, ROBERT W., Marlow. 

SPARKS, WILLIAM WESLEY, Canton. 

STARK, LOREN D., 810 E. Cleveland St., Guthrie. 

STEVENS, FRANK EDWARD, Lexington. 

STEWARD, ELDRIDGE D., Anadarko. 

STOTTS, CHARLES R., 200 W. Main St., Ardmore. 

STOUT, CHARLES G., R. R. No. 3, Box 72, Willston. 

STUBBS, G. T., Atoka. 

STURDEVANT, FRANK, Gen. Del., Vanoss. 

SWAN, HARRY J.. Willard. 

SWEET, ORLANDO FRANKLIN, Texhoma. 

SYMCOX, ALBERT E., R. F. D. No. 2, Cordell. 

TALIAFERRO, CHARLES C, 1117 W. 15th St., Oklahoma City. 

TALLMAN, ERNEST W., 122 S. Webster St., Norman. 



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THOMAS, JOHN JAY, Talihino. 

THOMPSON, BASIL M., 223H E. nth St., Oklahoma City. 

THRAVES, OSCAR R., Oklahoma City. 

TODD, JESSE A., 1736' W. gth St., Oklahoma City. 

TOMPKINS, ROY B., Hugo. 

TOOKER, JESSE GLENN, 632 E. Washington Ave., McAlester. 

TRIBBEY, CY. D., Box 261, Ponca City. 

TRIMBLE, BARRELL, Jones. 

TURNBULL, OLIVER H., 226 Lowe St., Hobart. 

TURNER, GUY JEWELL, n 18 State Bank Bldg.. Oklahoma City. 

TUTTLE, JAMES HENRY, 1746 S. Boulder Ave., Tulsa. 

TYLER, DONALD M., 309 E. oth St., Bartlesville. 

URL, HUBERT N., Okmulgee. 

VOYLES, CARL M., Drumright. 

WADE. ALBERT E., R. F. D. No. 1, Douglas. 

WALL, WILLIAM B., Sallisaw. 

WALSH, EDWARD P., Jr., 814 Johnstone Ave., Bartlesville. 

WAMSLEY, GROVER CLEVELAND. 502 E. Okla. Ave., Anadarko. 

WATERFIELD, FLOYD E., Box No. 814, Muskogee. 



WAYTUBBY, FLOD E., Caddo. 

WEBSTER, J. P., Commerce Bldg.. Miami. 

WEIMER. FAY E.. Okmulgee. 

WEISIGER, JOSEPH, 1435 W. 33d St., Oklahoma City. 

WHITE, JOHN POINDEXTER, 2821 S. Harvey St., Oklahoma 

City. 
WHITTINGTON, EUGENE, State Nafl. Bank Bldg., Oklahoma City. 
WICKETT, KENNETH L., Roff. 
WILES, F. W., Blackwell. 

WILFONG, CECIL A., 516 W. 17th St., Oklahoma City. 
WILKINS, CHESTER C, Marietta. 
WILLIAMS, CLINTON HOWARD, Broken Arrow. 
WILLIAMS, STANLEY, Caddo. 
WILSON, MARVIN A.. Box 657. Bartlesville. 
WISE, W. A., 409 Berryhill Bldg., Sapulpa. 
WOODSON, FRED E.. Y. M. C. A., Tulsa. 
WYATT, EARL A., R. F. D.. No. 5. Orlando. 
ZAHN, STANLEY ANDREW, 1702 S. Cheyenne St., Tulsa. 
ZIMMER, ARCHIE REAVIS, Blackwell. 



OREGON 



ADAMS. RICHARD B., 480 E. 24th St., N., Portland. 
AHLSON, CHARLES B., R. F. D. No. 1, Box 45. Hillsdale. 
ANDERSON, ARTHUR W., The Badgers, Colton. 
ANDREWS, ROY CHESTER, 3192 Beach St.. Eugene. 
BACKSTRAND, CARL E., 790 Kerby St., Portland. 
BARTHOLOMEW, LEONARD LEE, Stanfield. 
BAUER, HENRY, 746 E. Salmon St., Portland. 
BLACKABY, LARUE, Ontario. 
BEARD, EDWARD A., 520 Grand Ave.. Astoria. 
BECHTELL, LAKE MARSHALL, Prineville. 
BECKMAN, ERNEST A. E., Ontario. 
BELL, ALBERT H., 649 Ladd Ave., Portland. 
BELLAH. S. H., Portland. 

BINGHAM, RANDOLPH V., 1103 Thurman St., Portland. 
BLAIR, EDWARD, 265 North 4th St., Marshfield. 
BONNEY, FRED L.. 689 Northrup St., Portland. 
BROWN, ALBERT STANHOPE, 1200 E. Taylor St., Portland. 
BROWN. ROBERT W., Clay Hotel, Crane. 
BRUHN, JOHN M., 341 E. 9th St. N., Portland. 
CHAMBERLIN, ROY G.. Hubbard. 
CHAMBERS. H. M.. 7:6 East Alta St., Pendleton. 
CHRISTENSEN, HENRY N., 420 E. Harrison St., Portland. 
CHURCHILL, ARTHUR MOORE. Northwestern Bank Bldg., Port- 
land. 
COBB. E. E.. Standard Box & Lumber Co., Portland. 
COE. GEORGE C, Stanfield. 
COLE, CECIL, 712 Aura St., Pendleton. 
COLE. LEMUEL V.. Camas Valley. 

COLEMAN. WILLIAM E.. mi E. 33d St. N., Portland. 
COLLINS, SPENCER RUFUS, 188— nth Ave. E., Eugene. 
COOK, HERMAN ANDREW, 211 West Killingsworth, Portland. 
COOPER. HOWARD W., Milwaukie. 
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CORBETT, ELLIOT R., Portland. 

CORDON, GUY, Cor. E. Waite & Thompson. Roseburg. 

COREY. EVERETT C, 31s N. Bartlett St., Medford. 

COREY, GLEN L., Hood River. 

CRANDALL. CHARLES K., Vale. 

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN WARD, 1540 E. Everett St., Portland. 

DALY, WILLIAM ORVINE. 91 Fourth St., Portland. 

DETERING. WILLIAM RICKER, 178 E. 17th St., Portland. 

DILLON, LEE A., Franklin H. S., Portland. 

DRUSCHELL. CLIFFORD OLIVER, 266 Chapman St., Portland. 

DU PUSS, WILLIAM E., Nolin, Umatilla Co. 

EARL, HARRY W., Gaston. 

ELDER, IVAN W.. Reed College. Portland. 

ELLIOTT, NORMAN A., R. F. D. No. 2. c/o Mrs. O. W. Durkee, Baker 

City, Ore. 
EVENSON, FRANKLIN F.. Clatskanie. 

EVERSON, FRED L., 210 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Portland. 
FARRINGTON, PAUL P., 1358 Oak St., Eugene. 
FEENAUGHTY, DONALD J., 484 East 45th St. N., Portland. 
FERGUSON, HOMER W., 1693 Dwight St.. Portland. 
FLEGAL. BRUCE C, 1490 Moss St., Eugene. 
FLEGAL, CHARLES P., 501 Jarrett St.. Portland. 
FLIPPIN. THOMAS JOSEPH, Ranier. 
FORD. NEAL K., Fordacres. Eguene. 
FOWLER, HENRY W., Spray. 

FRAZIER, GEORGE W.. 204 Market St., Portland. 
FREDERICK, ALBERT W., Oregon City. 
GALLOWAY, FRANCIS V.. The Dalles. 
GARVIN, SEABORN CLAYTON, 3006— 51st St., Portland. 
GEARIN, WALTER J., 243 West Park St., Portland. 
GILBERT, VERNE C. 613 Corbett Bldg., Portland. 
GILBERT, WARREN E., Mapleton. 



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GILES. CLAUDE H., Myrtle Point. 

GOODWIN, MARSH H., iioi Olive St., Eugene. 

GORHAM, GEORGE T., 5431 — 42d Ave., Portland. 

GRAHAM, DONALD M., 23S Nortella St., Portland. 

GREEN, JOHN W., Crawfordsville. 

GREY, HAROLD D., Medford. 

HARRISON, W. I., mo Wilcox Bldg., Portland. 

HARTWELL, MORTIMER HALL, 617 Corbett Bldg., Portland. 

HATTAN, ELTON MANPOWER, R. F. D. No. 2, Box 164, Oregon 

City. 
HAWLEY, HENRY J., 376 Larabee St., Portland. 
HENSHAW, FRED M., 175 E. 35th St., Portland. 
HILL, CLAUDE D., Klamath Falls. 
HILL, RICHARD DREXEL, Telocaset. 
HOLDMAN, ORO E., 32 May Apts., Portland. 
HOLLINGSWORTH, JOHN KNIGHT. Silverton. 
HOPKINS. FRANK J., lone. 

HORN, CLARENCE L., Meldon Annex, Portland. 
HORTON, EUGENE B., West Linn. 
HUGHES, RALEIGH E., Hotel Carlton, Portland. 
HUNTER, GILES, Jr., Roseburg. 
HUSTON, OLIVER B., 622 Elm St., Portland. 
JACKSON, LAURENCE D., Astoria. 
JAMISON, HARPER N., McMinnville. 
JAMISON, NEAL CLEMENT, Hillsboro. 
JENKINS. JOHN DONALD, 532 E. 16th St. N.. Portland. 
JENSEN, FREDERICK, Huber, Wash. Co. 
JOHNSTON, JESSE NICHOLAS, Grant Pass. 
JONES, ROBERT ELMORE, Langlois. 
LATIMER, ALPHEUS R.. 768 Johnson St.. Portland. 
LAWS, ROY D., St. Helens. 
LEAVELL, LEONARD S., Corvallis. 

LETELLIER, GEORGE H., c/o Hammond Lbr. Co., Mill City. 
LETTENMAIER, WILLIAM A. F., Oregon City. 
McDONALD, DONALD F., Bartle Court, Eugene. 
McNARY, ROBERT GRAY, 468 Montgomery Drive, Portland. 
MAFFET, SAMUEL R., Portland Rowing Club, Portland. 
MAURER, EMIL A., Antelope. 
MAY, SAMUEL C, 201— 14th St., Portland. 
MEYER, EDWARD A., Shedd. 

MILLIKEN, WM. EARL, 432 Hotel Osburn, Eugene. 
MOORES, RALPH D., Salem. 
MORRIS, HOMER B., Yamhill. 
NEILSON, KENNETH, Eugene. 

NEWBURY, DONALD R., 32 Mistletoe St., Medford. 
NOBLE, CLYMER M., 790 Flanders St., Portland. 
NORRIS, ANDREW DICKINSON. 568— 17th St.. Portland. 
NUNAMAKER. NEAL N., R. F. D. 4. Hood River. 
OSBORNE, WILLIAM B., 242 E. 20th St., Portland. 
PARR, DWIGHT S., 1123 Cleveland St., Woodburn. 
PETERSON, THEODORE S., 368 Hemlock St., Portland. 
PHILIPS, NORMAN Y., 500 West 10th St., The Dalles. 



PIERCE, PAUL, 740 D. Street, Salem. 

POWELL, WILMOT D., Monmouth. 

RALSTON. WILLIAM CATE, 608 Market St., Portland. 

RAMMAGE, WILLIAM D., Eugene. 

RASMUSSEN, HANS J., 1506 E. 9th St., N., Portland. 

REDFI, SCOTT, 243 W. Park St., Portland. 

REDMAN, CRAIG V., 1171 Greeley St., Portland. 

REDMAN. WYNN H., 1171 Greeley St., Portland. 

REID, HARRY CRAWFORD, R. No. I, Estacada. 

RICE, THOMAS A., 701 Everett St., Portland. 

RICHARDSON, WHITLEY, 444 N. Summer St., Salem. 

RIGGS, GEORGE D., Klamath Falls. 

ROBINSON, THURMAN S., 1422 Wistaria Ave.. Portland. 

ROYAL, LYNN M., 184 Mason St., Portland. 

RUNQUIST, ARTHUR, 667 Oregon St., Portland. 

RUNYAN. WILBUR A., 597 Main Street, Portland. 

SCOTT, HUGH ALEXANDER, 973 Brooklyn St., Portland. 

SHAW, RALPH F., 466 E. nth St., Portland. 

SHEVLIN, EDWIN L., 184 N. 20th St., Portland. 

SHINN, ROBERT E., 1159 Hawthorne Ave., Portland. 

SHIVELEY, JAY M., Richmond. 

SMITH, EDGAR WILLIAM, 690 E. 20th St. N., Portland. 

SMITH, LYNDE CARROLL, Wasco. 

SMITH, STERLING W.. 468 E. 30th St., Portland. 

SNYDER, WILLIAM C, Dallas. 

SPAETH, WALTER H., 904 Upper Drive, Portland. 

SPIRES. ROY L., Myrtle Point. 

STANLEY, GEORGE P., 803 Wilcox Bldg. Portland. 

STORY, ROBERT CLARKE, Wolf Creek. 

STOUT, ERWIN C, Box 322, Sheridan. 

SUMMER VILLE, LEE M., 312 Oak St., Portland. 

TAYLOR, GEORGE W., Westfall. 

THOMPSON, F. C, 329 Everett St., Portland. 

THOMS, HAROLD W., Scio. 

TILLOTSON, LAWRENCE V. E., Clarno. 

TIPTON, RICHARD R., 719 E. Main St., Portland. 

TORREY, ORLANDO L., 720 Prescott St., Portland. 

TURNER, R. C, 201 Clearview Ave., Crafton. 

VERSTRAND, CARL P., 493 E. 9th St. N., Portland. 

WALKER, DEAN H., Eugene. 

WEBB, LESLIE EARLE, Forest Grove. 

WEST, FLOYD, si3 West 9th St., Eugene. 

WIEVESIEK, ALVIN F., 713 Madison St., Oregon City. 

WILCOX, LYLE PORTER, Milton. 

WILCOX, THEODORE BURNEY. 215 King St.. Portland. 

WILKINS, WILLIAM E.. Clem, Gilliam Co. 

WILLIAMS, STEPHEN R., 355 E. 21st St., N., Portland. 

WILSON, DAVID H., 522 E. First Ave. N., Roseburg. 

WINCH, SIMEON R., 241 S. Broadway, Portland. 

YOUNG, EDWIN G., Jr., Oakland. 

YOUNG, J. P., Eugene. 

YOUNGQUIST. R. CLIFFORD, Arlington. 



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AALBORG, HERBERT K., 209 S. Braddock Ave., Pittsburgh. 

ACKER, GEORGE E., 239 South St., Lehighton. 

ACKLEY, CHARLES L., R. D. 2, Sigel, Jefferson Co. 

ADAMS, FRANK R., Rupert. 

ADAMS, HAROLD PHILIP, 1342 Franklin St., Johnstown. 

ADAMS. ROBERT, Jr., Ivyland, Bucks County. 

AIKINS, JOHN ROBERT, Main St., Buena Vista. 

ALEXANDER, ARTHUR C, 241 Breading, Benavon. 

ALLEN, JAMES, 19 West Plumstead Ave., Lansdowne. 

ALLEN. PAUL J., 1 Chapel St., Bethlehem. 

ALLEN, THOMAS AUGUSTINE, 415 W. Weber Ave.. DuBois. 

ALLEN, WALTER M., Scott Colliery, Mt. Carmel. 

ALLSHOUSE, HARRY L., Irwin. 

ALLSHOUSE, ROBERT L., 216 Free Port Road, New Kensington. 

AMEND, WILLIAM H., 718 Rose Ave., Wilkinsburg. 

ANDERSON, ARTHUR E., 1003 German St., Erie. 

ANDERSON, DUDLEY H., 409 N. Grant Ave., Kittanning. 

ANDERSON, RUSSEL M., Lansdowne. 

ANGOVE, WALTER SIDNEY, 130 Wyllis St., Oil City. 

ANLIKER, CARL A., 73 Newcastle St., Sharon. 

ANTHONY, ROYAL B., Bear Creek. 

APELER, HARRY E., 3537 N. Broad St., Philadelphia. 

APONICK. JOHN JOSEPH, 218 E. Green St., Nanticoke. 

APPEL, ADAM H., 2504 Braddock Ave., Swissdale. 

ARMSTRONG, CHARLES L., Leechburg. 

ARMSTRONG, CLYDE A., 1124 Leishman Ave., New Kensington. 

ARNHOLT, GEORGE A., 114 N. Woodstock St., Philadelphia. 

ARNOLD, CLAUDE F., R. 1, Waymart. 

ASHER, ADOLPH, 192s S. 6th St., Philadelphia. 

AYRES, WILLIAM, 216 Vassar Ave., Swarthmore. 

BACKNEY, G. E., 80 Morgantown St., Uniontown. 

BAILEY, WILLIAM S., 2103 N. 3d St., Harrisburg. 

BAKER, MILTON, 12 13 N. 58th St., Philadelphia. 

BAKER, ROGER M., 1128 Market St., Berwick. 

BALTZELL, WILLIAM H., Wyncote. 

BARCLAY, H. C, 1816 Pine St., Philadelphia. 

BARDOLE, CHESTER LEON, 118 S. Main St., Watsontown. 

BARNES, ARTHUR K., 623 Worth St., Pittsburgh. 

BARONNER, ALBERT C, Hollidaysburg. 

BARR, ALFRED HARRISON, 1729 Ridge Ave., Philadelphia. 

BARNETT, EDGAR ALLEN, 1215 Liberty Bldg., Philadelphia. 

BASCONE, ROBERT H.. 4648 Frankford Ave., Frankford, Philadel- 

phia. 
BAUM, DONALD H., 5539 Centre Ave., Pittsburgh. 
BAUMGARDNER, JACOB, 103 S. 8th St., Allentown. 
BAUMGARDNER, WALTER L., 103 S. 8th St., Allentown. 
BAYLEY, CHARLES D., 299 Main St., Rochester. 
BEAM, RAYMOND O., 119 Liberty St., Punxsutawney. 
BEARY, KARL FRANKLIN, 915 Hamilton St.. Allentown. 
BECKER, FRANK S., 18 N. 9th St., Lebanon. 
BECKER, HOWARD J., Kennett Square. 
BECKLEY, FRANCIS JOSEPH, 122 E. Green St.. Nanticoke. 



BEEGLE, CLIFFORD E., Beaver Falls. 

BEEGLE, THOMAS P., 5600 Ellsworth Ave., Pittsburgh. 

BEMENT, DOUGLAS, Hill School, Pottstown. 

BEMIS, LAWRENCE C, 22 Jackson Ave., Bradford. 

BENDER, ARTHUR JAY, 8 Fifth St., Sharpsburg. 

BENNAGE, WILBUR ENOS, West MUton. 

BENSON, EDWIN N., Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 

BERGEY, KARL H., Mifflintown. 

BERNER, L. J., 1812 Rialto St., Pittsburgh. 

BERRY, JOHN R., 260 Harvey St., Philadelphia. 

BERSHOTSKY, HARRY A., 2613 S. 6th St., Philadelphia. 

BESTER, EARL S.. 321 Fisk St., Pittsburgh. 

BICE, G. G., 4402 Walnut St., Philadelphia. 

BIDDLE. EDWARD M., High St., Carlisle. 

BIDDLE, FRANCIS BEVERLY, 2017 Pine St., Philadelphia. 

BIEHN, ROBERT G., 223 E. Broad St., Quakerstown . 

BIEVER, FRED H., 707 W. Water St., Smithport. 

BIRCH, RICHARD B., Jr., 4210 Stiles St., W. Philadelphia. 

BISHOP, JACOB ARIEL, 91 Glen St., Chambersburg. 

BLAKE, JOHN P., 1118 S. Paron St., Philadelphia. 

BLEAKELY, KENNETH, Franklin. 

BLOCK, LOUIS J., 2057 Murray Ave., Pittsburgh. 

BLYNN, BRYCE, 2207 Delancey St., Philadelphia. 

BODEL, CHARLES C, 750 Melbourne St., Pittsburgh. 

BOLLING, ROBERT, 2045 Oxford St.. Philadelphia. 

BOLLINGER, PARK G., 2013 Fourth Ave., Altoona. 

BOLOWICZ, FELIX WEIR, 2 Nesbit St., Plymouth. 

BONNELL, CLARENCE M., Waterville. 

BOOTH, RICHARD E., 158 Dana St., Wilkes-Barre. 

BOOTH, THEO. NEVIN, 321 Grant St., Sewickley. 

BOSSARD, FRANK S., 35 N. 6th St., Stroudsburg. 

BOWERS, EDWARD G., 321 S. nth St., Reading. 

BOYCE, DAVID N., Lawrence. 

BOYER, ELTON W., Duncannon. 

BOYER, WARREN H., 5528 Hunter St., Philadelphia. 

BOYLE, LEO J., 529 Grant St., Hazleton. 

BOYLE, THOMAS M., Shenango House, Sharon. 

BRADLEY, FRANK JOSEPH, 513 Green St., Norristown. 

BRADLEY, GEORGE F., 100 Maplewood Ave., Bradford. 

BRADY, PATRICK J., 1209 Windrim Ave., Philadelphia. 

BRADY, PAUL PETER, 4333 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia. 

BRAUCHER, WILLIAM EDWIN, Kutztown, Berks Co. 

BRAY, WILLIAM M., Box 202, Merion. 

BRAYTON, FRANK L., 5108 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 

BRENISER, CLARENCE S., R. F. D. 3. Blairsville. 

BRENNAN, HARVEY R., 1213 Allengrove St., Philadelphia. 

BRIER. KENNETH S., 1020— 1 Land Title Bldg., Philadelphia. 

BRINKMANN, WILLIAM, 2615 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia. 

BROCKERMANN, P. R., 330 N. 12th St., Philadelphia. 

BROMLEY, JOHN, Wissahickon & Holter Sts., Philadelphia. 

BROOKS, GEORGE FRANK, 2117 N. Park Ave., Philadelphia. 

BROWN, F. H., 320 Jefferson St., Brookville. 



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BROWN, PRANK MELANCHTON, 210 W. Market St., Auburn. 

BROWN, H. A., Thomasville. 

BROWN, ORVILLE J., c/o J. C. Vance, 324 Shaw St., New Castle. 

BROWN, SETH W., 343 W. Broad St., Hazleton. 

BROWN, WILLIAM EVERETT, 2108 Myrtle St., Erie. 

BROWN, WILLIAM J., Mehoopany. 

BROWNELL, WILLIAM A., State St., Smethport, McKean Co. 

BROWNING, JOHN E., Scottdale. 

BRUCHER, ADAMS, Jr., 73s Main St., Northampton. 

BUCK, CLEAN F., Hughesville. 

BURCHFIELD, WILLIAM R., Montgomery. 

BURNS, RAYMOND P., 103 Wyllis St., Oil City. 

BURROWS, FRANCIS G., Sunbury. 

BURTON, BENJAMIN TINGLE, 7 Sylvan Ave., Rutledge. 

BURTON. CARL H., 305 W. Clay St., Butler. 

BUTERBAUGH, CLAIR, Starford. 

BUTLER, ERNEST HAROLD, 1119 Eleventh Ave., Altoona. 

BUZARD, MILTON V., Munson. 

BYERLY, JOHN A., 559 Second St., Butler. 

BYERS, J. I., 93 Fremont Ave., Bellevue. 

BYRNE, WILLIAM PETER, 400 Main St., Phoenixville. 

CALDER, BENJAMIN G., 1665 Harrison St., Frankford, Philadelphia. 

CALDWELL, JAMES H., Jr., 210 N. Washington St., Titusville. 

CALHOUN, HARRY MILLER, Port Allegany. 

CALLENDER, GORDON S., 414 Quincy Ave., Scranton. 

CAMPBELL, WALTER W., 534 Stanton Ave., Parnassus. 

CARD, WENDELL T., Sylvania, Bradford Co. 

CARL, IRA L., Bowers. 

CARLILE, WILLIAM B.. Merion Ave., Marion. 

CAROLL, MARTIN I., Slippery Rock. 

CARRAHER, VINCENT FRANCIS, 7217 Idlewild St., Pittsburgh. 

CARROLL, ELMER E., Scottdale. 

CARTER, HAROLD ST. CLAIR, 413 S. 50th St., Philadelphia. 

CARTER, JOHN L., 1914 Erie Ave., Newberry. 

CARTWRIGHT, RICHARD E., 300 Center St., Ridgway. 

CASSIDY, FRANCIS V., 122 E. Gay St., Westchester. 

CASTLEMAN, LAURISTON, 128 Rochelle Ave., Philadelphia. 

CASTOR, REUBEN, 4768 Melrose Ave., Frankford, Philadelphia. 

CESSNA, CHARLES P., 218 Baltimore St., Gettsyburg. 

CHASE, HERBERT S., 113 W. Spruce St., Titusville. 

CHEESMAN, R. G., 418 Bailey Ave., Pittsburgh. 

CHESTER, COLBY H., 5812 Whitby Ave., Philadelphia. 

CHESTON, EDWARD M., 400 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 

CHILDS, HARVEY, 3d, 718 Devonshire St., Pittsburgh. 

CHUBB, EARL B., Waymart, Wayne Co. 

CISLER, WALKER LEE, Gradyville. 

CLAPP, DAVID B., 760 Glenwood Ave., Williamsport. 

CLARK, GEORGE A., Hastings. 

CLARKE, CLARENCE J., Hellertown. 

CLAYPOOL, HOMER H., Adrian. 

CLIFFORD, FREDERICK CORT 31S Swissvale Ave.. Edgewood, 

Pittsburgh. 
CLOUD, DAVID E., Kennett Square. 
CLOUGH, LEE S„ Jr., Warren. 



COBB, RAYMOND W., 55 James St., Dorrancetown. 
COCHRAN, JOHN G., Sheffield. 

COHEN, BARNETT, 2121 No. 13th St., Philadelphia. 
COHEN, ISADORE, 36 Penn Ave., Sharon. 
COHN. JACOB C, 2208 Eighth Ave., Altoona. 
COLBERT, BRICE J.. Dickerson Run. 
COLE, BEN E., 1603 William Penn. Highway, Bethlehem. 
COLEMAN, FRANCIS H., Everett. 
COLEMAN, JOHN J., 638 E. 4th St., Erie. 
COLEMAN, THOMAS B., 6104 Penn. Ave., Pittsburgh. 
COLLINS, AMOS M., 646 Maryland Ave., Bellevue. 
COLLINS, C. M., 832 Monroe Ave., Scranton. 
COLLINS, RUSSELL, 411 Biddle Ave., Wilkinsburg. 
COLSON, HAROLD ERNEST, Mercersburg. 
CONDRON, EDWIN VAN HORN, Verona. 
CONGER, RICHARD STOCKTON, Haverford. 
CONNER, DWIGHT H., 620 Taylor St., New Castle. 
CONRAD, HOWARD H., R. F. D. Star, Huntsville, Luzerne Co. 
CONRO, EDWIN S., 4944 Baynton St., Philadelphia. 
CONSTABLE, ANTHONY, 455 E. Lafayette St., Morristown. 
CONWAY, E., 82 W. Industry St., Pittsburgh. 
COOPER, GEORGE S., 118 Cooper St., Johnstown. 
COOPER, ROBERT ULSH, 229 S. Broad St., Jersey Shore. 
CORBUS, CLARENCE H., 401— 13th St., New Brighton. 
CORCORAN, FRANK A., 731 Hemlock St., Avalon. 
COWELL, SYLVESTER E„ Marion. 

COWLEY. M., 219 Wallace Bldg., Center & Highland Sts., Pittsburgh 
COYHEM, RICHARD JOSEPH, 107 Main St., Old Forge. 
COYNE, JOSEPH A., 435 Breck St., Scranton. 
CRAIG, EARLE McKEE, 214 E. Lincoln Avenue, New Castle. 
CRAWFORD, GEORGE W., 30 North Main St., Muncy. 
CREAGER, PAUL S., 248 Balto St., Gettsyburg. 
CREESE, JAMES, Leetsdale. 

CRESSMAN, LUTHER S., R. F. D. 2, Pottstown. 
CROCKER, DANA RUMSEY, 309 Maynard St., Williamsport. 
CROCO, CARLTON W., Library. 
CROSSLEY, JOHN S., 1403 Main St., Honesdale. 
CROUSE, FOSTER C, 1318 Orange St., Berwick. 
CROWL, EUGENE C, IS5 Cricket Ave., Ardmore. 
CUNNING, PATRICK H., 6608 Thomas St., Pittsburg. 
CURRAN, JOSEPH A., 2472 Jasper St., Philadelphia. 
CUSTER, EVERETT, 515 Pine St., Johnstown. 
CUSTER. GRANVILLE Y., Douglassville. 
CUSTER, JOHN M., Tully Town. 
CUSTER, RUSSELL D., Cedars, Montgomery Co. 
CUTTIBERT, WILLIAM E., 17 Church St., Ridgway. 
DAETWYLER, CALVIN CROWELL, 401 Newmarket St., Philadel- 
phia. 
DALE, DWIGHT CONN, R. F. D. 4, Franklin. 
DALY, J. R., 501 W. Jefferson St., Butler. 
DALZELL, WALTER S., 49 Lennox St., Uniontown. 
DANFORTH, THOMAS D„ West Newton. 
DARBY, JAMES D., Merion. 
DARRACH, EDWARD HARRIS, 4506 Kingsessing Ave., Philadelphia. 



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DAUGHERTY, DONALD R., 651— 21st Ave., Altoona. 

DAUM, EDWARD C, Waldorf St. & Franklin Road, N. S„ Pittsburgh. 

DAVIS, ALLEN I., 33 Arch St., Milton. 

DAVIS, JAMES E., 326 N. Hyde Park Ave., Scranton. 

DAVIS, JOSEPH, 301 Winton St., Philadelphia. 

DAVIS, WILLIAM BENNETHUM, 26 N. Market St., Mechanicsburg. 

DAVIS, WILLIAM ISETT, Central Trust Co.. Altoona. 

DAVIS, WILLIAM J., 5521 Upland St., Philadelphia. 

DEACON, PRANK, McKean Ave., Germantown. 

DECKER, OLIN G., New Albany. 

DECKER, VERLE E„ Harrisonville. 

DEITZ, PURD EUGENE, 38 E. South St., York. 

DELANEY, R. E., R. P. D. 5. Wilkinsburg. 

DeLONG, HERBERT G.. Watsontown. 

DELP, FRANK P., 5739 Center Ave., Pittsburgh. 

DENGLER, REESE LE ROY, 22s S. Broad St., Philadelphia. 

DEN MAN, D. N., 422 W. Pittsburgh, Greensburg. 

DESHLER, WALTER B., 33 N. 2d St., Bangor. 

DEUTSCH, JOHN T., 213 Water St., Danville. 

DEVEREAU, JOHN E., Cresson. 

DEVINE, JOSEPH A., 626 N. 32d St., Philadelphia. 

De WALT, AUGUSTUS R., 231 S. nth St., Lebanon. 

DIAMOND, DANIEL A., 3416 Haverford Aye., W. Philadelphia. 

DIAMOND, EDWARD J., 223 Pacific Ave., Pittsburgh. 

DIEFENDERFER, JOHN H., 238 Goeupp St., Bethlehem. 

DIEFENDERFER, WILBUR FREDERIC, 30 N. 16th St., Allentown. 

DIFFENDAFER, WILLARD THURSTON, 101 Hanover St., Nanti- 

coke. 
DIMMIG, LLOYD RUSH, 104 Harvey St., Doylestown. 
DIVINE, ROBERT A., 31 N. 34th St., W. Philadelphia. 
DIXON, EDWIN S., Jr., Thorncroft, Ardmore. 
DIXON, JAMES C, 801 Stanton Ave., Millvale, Pittsburg. 
DOAN, JOSEPH ELLSWORTH, Jr., Coatesville. 
DODDS, KENNETH D., 502^ Brushton Ave., Pittsburg. 
DOEHNE, GEORGE, 3D., 2300 Market St., Harrisburg. 
DOHNER, EARL F., 2300 Franklin St., West Reading. 
DONAHEY, WILLIAM J., 518 Water St., So. Brownsville. 
DONALD, JOHN A., 7220 Witherspoon St., Pittsburg. 
DORAN, BERNARD M., 912 Sandusky St., Pittsburg. 
DORN, WILLIAM HOWARD, 11 N. soth St., Philadelphia. 
DOUGLAS, GEORGE F., 537 N. 35th St., Philadelphia. 
DOWNES, IRVIN R., 1901 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 
DOWNS, STANLEY GOLDINGER, 73 Columbia St., Greenville. 
DOYLE, WILLIAM T., 1212 N. 18th St., Philadelphia. 
DRESS, WILLIAM R., 25 Hunter St., Tamaqua. 
DRESSER, HENRY A., 2018 Shunk St., Philadelphia. 
DRUEDING, CASPER, 1014 Prospect Ave., Melrose Park. 
DREWES, HOWARD, 1615 Ruscomb St., Philadelphia. 
DROUET, SOUGERON G., 1315 St. Andrew St., Philadelphia. 
DUNCAN, DAVID S., 460 Monastery Ave.. Philadelphia. 
DUNCAN, ROBERT G., 3645 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia. 
DUNCOMBE, EDWARD F., Box 705, South Brownsville. 
DUNKLE, DUDLEY A., Kappa Sigma House, Washington. 
DUNN, RUSSELL L., 1108 Pine St., Scranton. 



EARLE, JAMES M., Lewisburg. 
EASTBURN. HUGH B., 1120 Radcliffe St., Bristol. 
EATON, GEORGE E., Gen. Del., Wellsboro. 
ECKMAN, J„ R. R. No. 2, Ronks. 
EDELSTEIN, EUGENE, Lansford. 

EDMISTON, HENRY N., 138}^ East College Ave., State College. 
EGAN, GEORGE A., 345 E. Beau St., Washington. 
EGANS, FLORENTIUS J., 422 Front St., Allentown. 
EHALT, JAMES F., 112 Ivy St., Edgewood Park, Pittsburgh. 
EHRGOTT, PAUL R., 901 N. Main St., Bethlehem. 
EICHHORN, OSCAR J., Girard College, Philadelphia. 
EISAMAN, CHARLES J., Saltsburg. 
EISENBRAND, J., 2d and Arch Sts., Philadelphia. 
ELSE, JOSEPH N., 1224— 19th Ave., Altoona. 
EMERSON, S. B., Aluminum Club, New Kensington. 
ENGSTROM. GUSTAF EVAN, Kane. 
ESHLEMAN, JOEL D., Paradise. 
ESLER, RUSSELL J., 327 E. 10th Ave., Tarentam. 
EVANS, EMLYN H., 662 Main St., Johnstown. 
EVANS, WILLIAM C, Lykens. 

EWING, KENNEDY E., 6624 Dalzell Place, Pittsburgh. 
EYLER. THOMAS A., Springdale, Alleghany Co. 
FALK, LEE 0., 407 Hastings St., So. Williamsport. 
FARR, JAMES McCULLOUGH, 242 S. Franklin St., Wilkes-Barre. 
FARRELL, PATRICK F., 197 Chappel St., Pittston. 
FARRINGTON, ARTHUR E., Ralston. 

FASNACHT, WALTER WILLIAM, 21 Chestnut St., Palmyra. 
FAY, F. B., Smithport. 

FELIN, CHARLES F., Jr., 609 W. Hortler St., Germantown, Phila- 
delphia. 
FENN, HENRY S., 710 Susquehanna. Ave., Pittston. 
FENSTERMACHER, LLOYD CARROLL, 634 Ritter St., Reading. 
FERGUSON, EUGENE W., 143 S. 8th St., Columbia. 
FERGUSON, J. W., 364 Becks Run Road, Mt. Oliver Sta. 
FERGUSON, JOSEPH G., 204 N. Clair St., Pittsburgh. 
FERGUSON, THOMAS T., Bryn Mawr. 
FERNANE, JAMES M., 234 Wheeler Ave., Scranton. 
FIEDLER, FRED J., 1705 Church Ave., Scranton. 
FINGER, HENRY R., 125 Carey Ave., Wilkes-Barre. 
FINKELSTEIN, JACOB, 27 W. Park St., Lock Haven. 
FINLAYSON, ROBERT L„ Midland. 
FISCHER, JOHN A., 3621 N. 5th St., Philadelphia. 
FISHER, MAX, 416 N. 10th St., Reading. 
FISHER, WILLIAM CURTIS, 1416 N. 2d St., Harrisburg. 
FISHER, WILLIAM H., 2827 W. Lehigh Ave., Philadelphia. 
FITZPATRICK, ROBERT E„ 1937 N. 12th St., Philadelphia. 
FLANIGAN, JAMES G., 1214 Fishers Ave., Philadelphia. 
FLANNELLY, FRANK T., 197 Green Ridge St., Dunmore, Scranton. 
FLEMING CLARENCE L., 337 Jefferson Ave., Scranton. 
FLUEGEL, JOSEPH J., 144 Scott St., Wilkes-Barre. 
FLUHRER, ROBERT C, 52 S. Duke St., York. 
FORD, HOWARD A., Duncannon. 
FORD, JAMES G., R. F. D. 5, Box 63, Wilkes-Barre. 
FORD, THOMAS M., 742 S. 52d St., Philadelphia. 



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FOSTER, JOHN J., 2614 S. 6th St., Philadelphia. 

FOWDEN, ROBERT A., 94 Armat St., Germantown. 

FOX, DAVID B., N. Glenside. 

FOX, GEORGE GILLESPIE, 5213 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia. 

FRANCE, CLYDE F., 6028 St. Marie St., Pittsburgh. 

FRANCIS, OSCAR, 3827 Jefferson Ave., Scranton. 

FRANKLIN, W. J., 4828 Cedar Ave., Philadelphia. 

FRANTZ, HERMAN, Newton. 

FREEMAN, WILLIAM W. K., 1832 Spruce St., Philadelphia. 

FREY, ELMER R., 203 Second St., Coplay. 

FREY, LEON B., 317 Walnut St., Hanover. 

FRIEL, CHARLES P., 29 Prospect St., Wilkes-Barre. 

FRIESELL, FRANK M., 5444 Kincaid St., Pittsburgh. 

FRITZ, JOHN M„ 81 Bigelow St., Pittsburgh. 

FRO MEYER, JOSEPH O., Chambersburg. 

FROST, CLAIR L., Stoneboro. 

FRUIT, FRED T., 458 State St., Sharon. 

FULLMER, HARMAN ELLSWORTH, Montoursville. 

FUNK, HORACE C, Palm. 

GADD, WESLEY, 2114 So. 16th St., Philadelphia. 

GALBRAITH, NICHOLAS F., American Sheet and Tin Plate Co., 
Pittsburgh. 

GALBREATH, WILLIAM H., Delta. 

GALLATIN, WILBUR P., 825 S. Duke St., York. 

GAMBLE, CHARLES W., Haverford. 

GARBER, DALE W., Florin. 

GARBER, HENRY R., 601 Emerson St., Pittsburgh. 

GARDNER, HAROLD I., 208 Crawford Ave., New Castle. 

GAREY, COREY C, Laceyville. 

GARLAND, CHARLES S., 123 Beech St., Edgewood. 

GAULT. CHARLES N., 1831 S. 57th St.. Philadelphia. 

GAUMER, LEE S., Weissport. 

GEARE, NORMAN W., 422 W. Coulter St., Philadelphia. 

GEARY, E. P., 103 1 Mayayhill Ave., Pittsburgh. 

GEE, HARRY A., 147 S. New St., Bethlehem. 

GEISLER, WILLIAM PETER, 229 Chartiers Ave., McKees Rocks. 

GEORGE, WILLIAM B., Tioga. 

GIBB, THOMAS B., 10th St., Oak Lane, Philadelphia. 

GIBSON, PAUL S., 1513 Venango St., Philadelphia. 

GILBERT, HARRY S., 36 Walnut St., Cressona. 

GILBERT, RICHARD E., 513 Mouty St., Pittston. 

GILMORE, THOMAS MICHAEL, 2862 Germantown Ave., Phila- 
delphia. 

GILLILAND, CLARENCE H., West Middlesex. 

GIMBEL, ELLIS A., Jr., 1830 S. Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia. 

GIMBEL. L. RICHARD, 1830 S. Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia. 

GLASER, EUGENE S., Jr., 5923 Baynton St., Philadelphia. 

GOEHRING, EDMUND M., Washington Ave., Bridgeville. 

GOEHRING, NORMAN D., Zelienople. 

GOODSTEIN, B. I., 52 S. Wells St., Wilkes-Barre. 

GORMLEY, WALTER M.. 823 N. 5th St., Reading. 

GOTWALS, NORMAN S., 2337 N. 16th St.. Philadelphia. 

GRAHAM, DOUGLAS S.. 6s3 Trenton Ave., Wilkinsburg. 

GRAHAM, FRANK C, 2627 N. 8th St., Philadelphia. 



GRAHAM, HAROLD M., 414 Semple St., Pittsburgh. 

GRAHAM. JOHN C, 204 W. Market St., Clearfield. 

GRANT, GEORGE A., 2d and Race Sts., Sunbury. 

GRANT, PERCY H., 63 Union St., Canton. 

GREENE, GARTON SPENCE, Germantown High School, Philadel- 
phia. 

GREENE, WILLIAM G., 127 E. Lehigh Ave., Philadelphia. 

GREMBRACH, ULYSSES F., 1051 Tilghman Ave., Allentown. 

GRETTENBERGER, JOSEPH W., 68 Main St., Tidioute. 

GRIFFITH, DALZELL MELVIN, R. D. 3. Johnstown. 

GRIFFITH, EDWARD D., 22 Academy St., Plymouth. 

GRIFFITH, WILLIAM J., 211 W. Broad St., Tamaqua. 

GRITTNER, PAUL SAMUEL, Turbotville. 

GROSS, HOWARD A., P. 0. Box 26, Manchester. 

GROSSMAN, S. D., Slippery Rock. 

GROVE, JACOB S., Shady Grove. 

GUTHRIE, EUGENE, 738 "S" St., Clarion. 

GWILLIM, JOHN FREDERICK, Penfield, Delaware Co., Upper 
Darby P. 0. 

HAGAN, KENNETH M., 610 Burgess St., N. S., Pittsburgh. 

HAGEN, HOADLEY, 1705 Jefferson Ave., Scranton. 

HAKMAN, ELMER ELLSWORTH, 2209 N. 19th St., Philadelphia. 

HALL, ERVIN LINCOLN, 4613 Chester Ave., Philadelphia. 

HALL, JAMES L., 2224 Seventh Ave., Beaver Falls. 

HAMILL, KENNEDY, 1822 Spruce St., Philadelphia. 

HAMILL, ROY B., 2104 N. 3d St., Harrisburg. 

HAMILTON, J. K., 1428 Walnut St., Edgewood, Pittsburgh. 

HAMILTON, WALKER, 2260 N. 16th St., Philadelphia. 

HAMMEKE, WILLIAM A., 811 W. Cambrai St., Philadelphia. 

HAMMER, GUSTAVE O., 441 Kennedy Ave., N. S., Pittsburgh. 

HAMPEL, EVERETT KELLER, 1916 Myrtle St., Erie. 

HAMPTON, WARREN BORROWS, 1253 S. 54th St., Philadelphia. 

HAND, HOWARD F., Berwick. 

HANKS, CHARLES R., Clearville. 

HANNUM, HOWARD E., 14th and Walnut St., Chester. 

HAPPERSETT, SHANER C, Whitford. 

HARBESON, WILLIAM PAGE, 132 W. Walnut Lane, Germantown, 
Philadelphia. 

HARDY, NORMAN B., 429 S. Rebecca St., Pittsburgh. 

HARPER, ANDREW, 136 Bissell Ave.. Oil City. 

HARPER, EWING, 5816 Stanton Ave., Pittsburgh. 

HARPER, HENRY G„ Bloomsburg. 

HARPER, HOBART D., c/o Office of Mayor, Philadelphia. 

HARRIS, HENRY E., Shamokin. 

HARRIS, MERLE F., 19 13 N. 6th St., Harrisburg. 

HARRIS, THOMAS P., 639 W. Diamond St., Hazleton. 

HARTMAN, PAUL ELMER, Oley. 

HARTRANFT, HORACE J., Bellefonte. 

HARTZELL, CARL, Muncy. 

HAUSE, JESSE. Marsh, Chester Co. 

HAUSLEIN, LUCIEN A., 3704 Baring St., Philadelphia. 

HAVILAND, THOMAS R., West Chester. 

HAWK. WILBUR D., 14s Ridge Ave., New Kensington. 

HAWKE, CLARENCE B.. 120 Water St., Warren. 



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HAWLEY, CHARLES H., 1701 Madison Ave., Scranton. 

HAYDEN, VICTOR M., 24s Hudsondale St., Weatherly. 

HAYDEN, WALTER H., 1519 N. 33d St.. Philadelphia. 

HAYES. JAMES A., 122 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 

HAYNES, ERNEST A., S54oGreenway Ave., West Philadelphia. 

HAYS, SAMUEL, 602 Shady Ave., Pittsburgh. 

HEBERLING, JOHN A., 84 Main St., Shickshinny. 

HECK, E. J., 525 Chestnut St., Coatesville. 

HEDDAEUS, GILBERT T., 3547 Shadeland Ave., N. S., Pittsburgh. 

HEID, JOSEPH H., 5917 Walton Ave., Philadelphia. 

HEINEL, ELMER W., 4063 N. 6th St., Philadelphia. 

HELD, KARL HOFFMAN, 1453 Wightman St., Pittsburgh. 

HELZMAN, JOSEPH H.. 411 Vine St., Johnstown. 

HENDERSON, J. M., Brookville, Jefferson Co. 

HENFIER, EDWARD J., 2038 Watson St., Pittsburgh. 

HENNEN, JAMES CHALMERS, 1009— 23d St., Altoona. 

HENNINGER. NORMAN WAGNER, 142 E. Lincoln St., Shamokin. 

HENRY, CHARLES V., Jr., Hathaway Park, Lebanon. 

HENRY, DAVID H., 120 Allegheny Ave., Kittanning. 

HERMAN, ARTHUR S., Gordonville, Lancaster Co. 

HERMAN, JOHN CRALL, 2243 N. 2d St., Harrisburg. 

HERR, HERBERT T., Jr., Box 187, Marion Station. 

HERR. IRA KISSLER. Elizabethtown. 

HERTZLER. EARL BUCHER, Richland. 

HESPENHEIDE, EARL ALWIN, 1201 Buena Vista St., Pittsburgh. 

HESS. ELMER C, 2550 N. nth St., Philadelphia. 

HESSENBRUCH. HERMAN M., 3115 Queen Lane, Philadelphia. 

HEYL, WALTER CLARENCE, 282s East St.. N. S., Pittsburgh. 

HEYSER, WILLIAM WARREN, Melrose Park, Philadelphia. 

HIBBERD, SAMUEL L., 715 S. 51st St., Philadelphia. 

HICKOK, ROSS A., 119 State St., Harrisburg. 

HIGGINS. DANIEL VALENTINE, 250 E. Evergreen Ave., Chestnut 

Hill, Philadelphia. 
HILDAY, ARTHUR J., 2258 N. 17th St., Philadelphia. 
HILL, HARVEY T., R. F. D. 27, Sandy Lake. 
HILL, WILLIAM CHESTER, R. F. D. 1, Vandergrift. 
HIPWELL, JOHN D„ 6041 Chestnut St., W. Philadelphia. 
HIRSCH, IRA H., 28 Mauch Chunk St., Tamaqua. 
HIRSCH, STANLEY M., 13s S. 46th St., Philadelphia. 
HITCHENS, WILLIAM FRANK, 2526 S. 17th St., Philadelphia. 
HITNER, JOHN W., 4689 Castor Road, Philadelphia. 
HOBAUGH, JOHN JOSEPH, R. D. 1, Kittanning. Alleghany. 
HOFFMAN, A. ZANE, 6724 N. Broad St., PhUadelphia. 
HOFFMASTER. PERCY JAMES, R. F. D. I, Mifflinburg. 
HOLLA WAY, JOHN Q., Apt. "B" 6127 Jefferson St., Philadelphia. 
HOLMES, CHESTER W., 2307 Oliver Bldg., Pittsburgh. 
HOLMES, FRANK S., Jeannette. 

HOOK, C. HOWARD, 6941 Thomas Boulevard. Pittsburgh. 
HOPKINS, THOMAS WELLS, 151 W. 1st St., Fulton. 
HOPKINS, W. L., 5710 Maryaretta St., Pittsburg. 
HORNER, ALBERT W., Malvern. 
HORNER. WILLIAM W., 267 N. Hartley St., York. 
HORNICKEL, LUTE CLARKE, 409 Charles St., Mt. Oliver Sta.. 

Pittsburgh. 



HORSTICK, SIMON MOTTER, 2005 S. Broad St., Philadelphia. 

HOTZ, CHESTER HERMAN, 114 Aurilles St.. Duquesne. 

HOUSER, JOSIAH L., Milroy. 

HOWORTH, G., 236 N. Washington St., Wilkes-Barre. 

HOWSON, RICHARD, 401 Woodlawn Ave., Wayne. 

HUCKEL, EARLE WENTWORTH, 502 W. Chelton Ave., German- 
town. 

HUFF, ALFRED EVANS, 3313 N. Sydenham St., Philadelphia. 

HUGHES, BRINLEY, 7 E. Reynolds St., New Castle. 

HUGHES, JAMES A., Jr., 122 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 

HULLEY, E. B.. 1518 Fallowfield Ave., Pittsburgh. 

HUNT, GILBERT de B., 622 Locust St., Philadelphia. 

HUTTER. HOWARD JAMES, 411 Fourth Ave., Warren. 

IAMS, JESSE D„ 1210 Tyndall St., Pittsburgh. 

IDE, THOMAS N., 5920 Vine St., W. Philadelphia. 

IMMELL, HARRY D., 24 S. Hatley St., York. 

IRVIN, ROBERT W., 6692 Kinsman Road, Pittsburgh. 

IRVINE, JOHN C, 1230— 18th Ave., Altoona. 

IRWIN. JOHN ANDREW, 1508 N. Frazier St., Philadelphia. 

ISEMAN. DAVID A.. 301 E. Wheeling St., Washington. 

ISENBERG, CHARLES L.. McConnellstown. 

ISHERWOOD. GEORGE R., 1237 Fayette St., Pittsburgh. 

JACKSON, EDWARD SCUYLER, 331 W. Johnston St., Philadelphia. 

JAMES, ALFRED C, 14 Belvidere, Nazareth. 

JAMEWAY, LAWRENCE WETHERILL, W. Otterman St., Greens- 
burg. 

JAMISON, RALPH ECCLES, Greensburg. 

JARRETT, BROOKE L., 3S1 High St., Pottstown. 

JAYNE, WILLIAM MERRITT, 302 W. Main St., Plymouth. 

JEAN, RALPH, 1926 S. 18th St., Philadelphia. 

JELBART, CHESTER M., 774 Stewart St., Meadville. 

JENKINS, EDWARD A., Jr., 501 Hay St., Wilkinsburg. 

JENNEY, GEORGE H., 6912 B. McPherson St., Pittsburgh. 

JERMYN, EDMUND BEESON, Jr., 621 Jefferson Ave., Scranton. 

JOHN, HENRY H., R. F. D. s, Pottstown. 

JOHNSON, ELDRIDGE R., Marion. 

JOHNSON, FRANK E., 414 N. Broad St., Ridgway. 

JOHNSON, RAYMOND B., 4902 N. Ramac St., Philadelphia. 

JONES, HERBERT SPENCER, 1407 Academy St., Scranton. 

JONES, JAMES W., 136 Orchard St., Pittsburgh. 

JONES, RALPH BARRETT, c/o J. H. Breed, Center Square, Mont- 
gomery Co. 

JONES, WILLARD F., 221 Chestnut St., Scranton. 

JUDD, CLAYTON C, Harrison Valley. 

KACHELRIES, FRANK C, 423 Tennis Ave., Ambler. 

KAHN, ABRAHAM HEWETT, Hampton Court, 207 West 3Sth St., 
Philadelphia. 

KALEY, HARRY E., 121 N. 8th St., Lebanon. 

KANE, EDWARD J., 222 Welles Ave., Parsons. 

KATZ, G., 2819 N. 12th St., Philadelphia. 

KAUFMAN, ALBERT R., 825 Fifth Ave., New Kensington. 
KAUFMANN, EDGAR J., 5th Ave. & Smithfield St., Pittsburgh. 
KAZANJIAN, LEON, 1309 W. Susquehanna Ave., Philadelphia. 
KEABLE, FREDERICK E., 264 S. 46th St., Philadelphia. 



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KEELER, WILLIAM H., Jr., Bowman Ave.. Marion, Montgomery Co. 

KELLEY, MARK S., Oxford. 

KELLEY, HAROLD DALLAS, i Rosslyn Road, Carnegie. 

KELLEY, WILLIAM H„ 3217 New Kirk St., Philadelphia. 

KELLY. JAMES FRANCIS, 223 Hollenbach Ave., Parsons. 

KELLY, JOHN MICHAEL. Vandling. 

KENNEDY, DYSON A., 32 N. Lansdowne Ave., Lansdowne. 

KENVIN, HARRY T., 333 E. Juniper St., Hazleton. 

KEPNER, PAUL M., Port Royal. 

KERNOTT, ROBERT N., 422 E. Maiden St., Washington. 

KERR, WILLIAM G., 339 S. Pacific Ave., Pittsburgh. 

KERWIN, DANIEL EUGENE, 285 Jackson Ave., Bradford. 

KIEFER, JOHN BRYAN, 6220 Spruce St., Philadelphia. 

KIGHTLINGER, CLIFFORD VAUGHAN, Route 3, Townville. 

KILPATRICK, G. W., 224 E. Crawford Ave., Connellsville. 

KIMERER, JOHN V., 134 W. Market St., Danville. 

KING, CLAUDE SADLER, 101 Scott St., Wilkes-Barre. 

KING, JOHN T., 82s Chestnut St., Indiana. 

KING, WILLIAM PAUL, 4224 Chester Ave., Philadelphia. 

KINLEY, ISAAC DELL, 149 S. Broad St., Philadelphia. 

KINTZING, PAUL C, 309 W. Church St., Lock Haven. 

KIRSCH, EDWARD CHARLES, 1137 E. 26th St., Erie. 

KITTERLY, JEROME 0., 3233 McClure Ave., N. S., Pittsburgh. 

KLEGAL, WALTER J.. Clearfield. 

KLENK, WALTER J.. 2828 N. 6th St.. Philadelphia. 

KLINE, CLARENCE MAHLON, Rex & Seminole Aves.. Chestnut. 

KLINE, WILLIAM N., Berks. 

KNAUSS, NILES AMADUS, 950 Jackson St., Allentown. 

KNIER, JAMES A., Llanerch Manor, Llanerch. 

KNIGHT, FREDERICK H., 103 Chestnut St., Sunbury. 

KNOWLES, JOSEPH DOMINICK. 203 N. Broadway, Scottdale. 

KOCH, HOWARD A., McKeansburg. 

KOEHLER, EDWARD CARL, 826 Washington Ave., Monaca. 

KOEHLER, KAROL C, 115s N. Main St., Dickson City. 

KOSTENBAUDER, GEORGE HENRY, Lewistown. 

KRATZKE, ATREUS HAROLD, North Girard. 

KRAUSE, WALTER EMIL, 244s W. Alleghany Ave.. Philadelphia. 

KRAYBILL, PETER R., Rheems. 

KRESS, P. C, 321 Graham St., Pittsburgh. 

KUDER, EDWARD H.. 5435 Spruce St., Philadelphia. 

KUMMICH, HARRY MECKLEY, Mountville. 

KUNKEL, NORMAN W., R. F. D. 2, Dover, York Co. 

KURTZ, MAURICE T.. 2639 Hutchinson St., Philadelphia. 

LADY. LUTHER M., Arendtsville. 

LALLOU, GEORGE E., 1925 Spruce St., Philadelphia. 

LAMB, L. C, 299 N. Windbiddle Ave., Pittsburgh. 

LAMB, VIRGIL CHARLES, 600 Magee Building, Pittsburgh. 

LANDOW, WALTER ALOYSIUS, 5th & Camp Sts., Harrisburg. 

LANTZ, BENJAMIN P.. 212 E. Main St., Mechanicsburg. 

LARSON, HILDING A., Box 563, Port Allegany. 

LAUBACH, L. C, Benton. 

LAUFMAN, KEFFER L., 328 Meyran Ave., Pittsburgh. 

LAURENS, PIERRE WARNER, 833 N. 22d St., Philadelphia. 

LEABER, CHESTER R., S3 Ross St., Williamsport. 



LEAF, DOUGLASS, 67 N. Franklin St., Pottstown. 

LEAVENGOOD, WORTH J., 117 Morewood Ave., Pittsburgh. 

LEE, WILLIAM T., 44— 22d St., South Side, Pittsburgh. 

LEFFERTS. T. H., 7203 Risng Sun Ave., Philadelphia. 

LEHMAN. KARL MAINE, 1402 W. 4th St., Williamsport. 

LEINBACH, CHARLES B., 138 Walnut St., Pottstown. 

LESCALLETTA, GEORGE H.. Midway, Washington Co. 

LESCURE, D. M., 803 N. 2d St., Harrisburg. 

LESLIE, HENRY RICHARDS, 220 Center St., Milton. 

LEUF, RALPH R., 2353 N. 17th St., Philadelphia. 

LEVI. MELVIN LYONS, 1328 Colwyn St., Philadelphia. 

LEWIS. EDGAR J., 809 Holland Ave., Wilkinsburg. 

LEWIS. JAMES G., P. 0. Box 68, Moylan. 

LEWIS, JOHN B., 78 Jefferson Ave., Sharon. 

LINCOLN, ARTHUR W., 516 S. 46th St., Philadelphia. 

LINDEMUTH, H. C, 543 Madison Ave., York. 

LINDEMUTH, HARRY OSCAR, R. F. D. 3, Catawissa. 

LINEAWEAVER. THOMAS HARBAUGH, Park Place, Lebanon. 

LINESPENSEL, CHARLES WALTER, S305 Broad St., Pittsburgh. 

LINTNER, OSCAR JOHN. 439 Forest Ave., Bellevue. 

LIPSON, HARRY A., 68 S. Franklin St.. Wilkes-Barre. 

LISMAN, FRANCIS L., 1530 N. Broad St.. Philadelphia. 

LOCKE. MELVIN J., Jr., Bellefonte. 

LOEB, ERWIN, 306 N. 3d St., Philadelphia. 

LOEPER, ANTON W., 332 Center St., Ashland. 

LOGAN, WILLIAM STEVENSON. 2106 Spring Garden St.. Phila- 
delphia. 

LONG, B. A., 823 Sherman St., Johnstown. 

LONG, MORRIS M., R. F. D. 4, Lebanon. 

LOUGHRY, HOMER R.. R. F. D. 3, Jeannette. 

LOWE, WILLIAM RUSSELL, 108 Craighead St., Pittsburgh. 

LOY, WILLIAM M., Trexler. 

LUCAS, JOHN HARGRAVES, 1305 Foulkrod St., Philadelphia. 

LUCE, JOHN A., 903 Centennial Ave., Sewickley. 

LUDGATE, BRUCE A., Jr., 410 East End Ave., Beaver. 

LUTZ, ROALDN B., 546 W. Sedgwick St., Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. 

LUTZ, LLOYD WESLEY, 2408 Jefferson St., Harrisburg. 

LYNAM, JOHN J., 2344 N. Lawrence St., Philadelphia. 

LYON, WILLIAM F., 44s Market St., Sunbury. 

LYTE, THOMAS G., 10-14 Greeves St., Kane, McKean Co. 

MCALLISTER, PAUL J., 1720 W. Ontario St., Philadelphia. 

McANDREW, WILLIAM P., 1312 Swetland St., Scranton. 

McBRIDE, MILFORD LAWRENCE, 516 Stewart Ave., Grove City. 

McCALL, JOSEPH B., 4201 Walnut St., Philadelphia. 

McCARRON, A. E„ 3113 N. Broad St., Philadelphia. 

McCAULEY, GEORGE E., 447 W. Main St., Annville. 
McCLAIN, OLIVER W., Jr., 4617 Center Ave., Pittsburgh. 
McCLEARY, HENRY S., School Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia. 
McCLELLAND, A. RUSSELL, 41s Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 

McCLENAHAN, HOWARD P., 2432 Maple Ave., N. S., Pittsburgh. 
McCLINTIC, HOWARD H., Jr., 1130 Beechwood Boulevard, Pitts- 
burgh. 
McCLOSKEY, NEVIN G.. Beech Creek. 
McCOUCH, ERIC A., St. Martins Lane, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 



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McCOY, JOHN H., 17 N. Main St., Lewistown. 
McCOY, RALPH J., Emlenton. 

McCRACKEN, SAMUEL L., 5541 Media St., Philadelphia. 
McCUTCHEON, JAMES, 5020 Castleman St., Pittsburgh. 
McDERMOTT. JOHN E., 301s Glenmawr Ave., Pittsburgh. 
McGEEHAN, H. V., 116 S. Church St., Hazelton. 
McGILL, ANDREW NELSON, 841 Seneca St., Bethlehem. 
McGINLEY, JOHN J., 89 W. Broadway, Mauch Chunk. 
McGINNIS, JOHN EDWARD, 1838 Buckius St., Frankford, Phila- 
delphia. 
McGOUGH, A. J., Cor. Oakwood & Norwood Aves., Avalon. 
McGRAEL, EDWARD JOSEPH, 1104 Warrington Ave., Pittsburg. 
McGUINESS, JAMES MATTHEW, Lattimer Mines. 
McHENRY, WARD KLINE, 3d St., Benton. 
McHOGH, FRANCIS X., 1801 Lucerne St., Scranton. 
McHUGH, JAMES LENAHAN, Crucible Steel Co., Midland. 
McKAIG, E. S., 3031 Spruce St., Philadelphia. 
McKEE, CHARLES W., 170 Brady St., Butler. 
McKENNEY, JOHN H., 2701 W. Lehigh Ave., Philadelphia. 
McKINLEY, GEORGE A., 606 N. Main St.. Meadville. 
McKINNEY, CHARLES R., Dravosburg. 
McKIRDY, C. W., 5022 Old York Rd., Philadelphia. 
McLAIN. OLIVER, 4627 Center Ave., Pittsburgh. 
McMAINS. CHARLES V., Third St., Leechburg. 
McNAMEE, FRANCIS L., Keystone Hotel, Butler. 
McNEAL, HENRY B., 168 West High St., Carlisle. 
McNEES, FLOYD RAYMOND, 609 Maplewood Ave., Ambridge. 
McNICHOL. JOSEPH I.. 1923 Cherry St., Philadelphia. 
MacBRIDE, RUSSELL HAYES, 431 W. Chelton Ave., Philadelphia. 
MacDERMOTT, EARL H., 310 Park Road, Ambridge. 
MacDONALD. DANIEL W., 53 Shady Lane, Uniontown. 
MacMANNIS, ELMER H., 7335 Idle Wild St., Pittsburgh. 
MacPHERSON, JOHN D., 5737 Holden St., Pittsburgh. 
MACHLAN. FRANK J., 220 Briggs St., Harrisburg. 
MACK, JAY O.. New Florence. 
MACK, WARREN B., Flicksville. 

MAHAN, SYLVESTER A., 363 Martin St., Roxborough, Philadelphia. 
MAHONEY, FRANK A., 1310 N. 54th St., Philadelphia. 
MAIER, ALBERT, 503 N. 10th St., Reading. 
MAIER, CHARLES J., 783 Railroad St.. Johnstown. 
MAIN, MARSHALL, 5914 Haverford Ave., Philadelphia. 
MALIN, F. J., 843 N. ?.d St., Philadelphia. 
MALLOY, MARTIN J., 1822 S. 17th St., Philadelphia. 
MALLOY, W. G., 1218 Locust St., Philadelphia. 
MARK, JOHN CLEMENT, R. D. 3. Johnstown. 
MARK, JOHN S., R. F. D. 3, Johnstown. 
MARKWARD, WILLIAM J., Coatesville. 
MARR, NORVAL M., Barnsley. 
MARSHALL, C. B., 7713 Snowdon Ave., Pittsburgh. 
MARSTON, WEAVER L., College Ave., Haverford. 
MARTIN, FRANK LEO, 505 Connell Building, Scranton. 
MARTIN, VERNER A., Angels, Wayne Co. 
MARTIN. WILLIAM EDWARD, P. O. Box 303. Media. 
MARYOTT, FRANK M.. 204 Pine St., Towanda. 



MASON, C. M., 1107 Ridge Ave., N. S., Pittsburgh. 

MATHERS, WALTER J., 316 East 3d St., Erie. 

MATTHEWS, GEORGE E.. Library. 

MAXWELL, JAMES, 29th & Derry Sts.. Harrisburg. 

MAYER, CLINTON O., Jr., 907 N. 16th St., Philadelphia. 

MAYER, ROBERT WALLACE, 1612 Diamond St., Philadelphia. 

MAYER, WILLIAM S., 414 Locust St., Johnstown. 

MEAD, GEORGE G.. 48 Parker St., Scranton. 

MECASKEY. RICHARD W. t 240 Winona Ave., Germantown. 

MECKLEY. ORVIS SIDNEY, 528 Elk Ave., Kane. 

MELOY. LUTHER L., R. F. D. 2, Pottstown. 

MENGES. JACOB ANDREWS, 134— 5th St., Irwin. 

MERIDITH, JOSEPH, Wheatland, Mercer Co. 

MERRITT, BARRETT F., R. F. D. Cranesville. Erie Co. 

MERRYMAN, JESSE J., 302 Wood St.. Clarion. 

MIELDAZIS, JEROME JOHN, 122 S. Main St., Shenandoah. 

MILBERGER, GEORGE C, 730 Willow St., Scranton. 

MILLAR, JOSEPH I., 818 S. 49th St., Philadelphia. 

MILLARD, LEWIS C„ 23S State Road, Highland Park, Philadelphia. 

MILLER. CHARLES A., Leaman Place, Lancaster Co. 

MILLER, CLINTON H., 3928 Locust St., Philadelphia. 

MILLER, DONALD RAMON, 700 Chestnut St., Mifflinburg. 

MILLER, PAUL D., 180 S. Second St., Steelton. 

MILLS, STANLEY A., 5059 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 

MILNOR, MARK T., University Club, Harrisburg. 

MINFORD, JAMES B., Wilson. 

MINNEMEYER, HENRY W„ 319 S. Atlantic Ave., Pittsburgh. 

MITCHELL, BAIRD, Washington. 

MITCHELL, CHARLES HAROLD, 3635 Highland Ave., Pittsburgh. 

MITCHELL, HOWARD G., 124 Maple Ave., Latfghorne, Bucks Co. 

MITINGER, JOSEPH E., 112 Talbot Ave., Greenburg. 

MOESLEIN, EDWARD D., 220 Lewis St., Harrisburg. 

MONKMAN. J. D.. 629 Holland St., Erie. 

MONTGOMERY, GRANVILLE D., Wynnwood. 

MOORE, EUGENE W., Elkins Ave., Elkins Park. 

MOORE, WILLIAM R., Saltsburg. 

MOORISH. REUBEN H., 37 S. Washington St., Wilkes-Barre. 

MORE, ROBERT P., 1147 N. Main St., Bethlehem. 

MORGAN, ALBERT R., Graceton. 

MORGAN, HOWARD H., 4432 N. 16th St.. Philadelphia. 

MORGAN, RODNEY L., West Chester. 

MORLOCK, HARRY A., 4744 Rosehill St., Philadelphia. 

MORRIS, JOHN F., 1814 Wood St., Philadelphia. 

MORRIS, MULFORD, 304 Coal Exchange Bldg., Wilkes-Barre. 

MORRIS. SYDNEY SHARP, Berwyn. 

MORRISON, WILLIAM LEO, 112 Logan Ave., Altoona. 

MORROW, GUY, 150 Penn St., Washington. 

MORSE, JOHN H., Troy. 

MOSHIRIAN, HOSEIN K., 810 Franklin Ave., Wilkinsburg. 

MULHERN, WILLIAM M., 137 Lelia St., Pittsburgh. 

MULHOLLEN, ROBERT R., 306 Haynes St.. Johnstown. 

MULLANE, DANIEL F., 519 Bessemer Bldg.. Pittsburgh. 

MULLEN, LEO F.. 835 Rebecca Ave., Wilkinsburg. 

MUNSON. GEORGE S., Overbrook. 



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MURPHY, EDWARD MICHAEL, 1107 Third Ave., Coraopolia. 

MURPHY, JOSEPH D., 620 McAlpine St., Avoca. 

MURRAY. ANTHONY PATRICK, Girardville. 

MURRAY, GEORGE LEO, 319 Chestnut St., Hawley. 

MURRAY, JOHN J., 804s Millvale Ave., Pittsburgh. 

MYERS. JACOB P., Parkwood. 

MYLIN. A. P., 807 N. Duke St., Lancaster. 

NAGEL, CARL, 2152 N. 21st St., Philadelphia. 

NANGLE, JOHN J., 623 N. 18th St., Philadelphia. 

NAZEL, RALPH W., 4041 N. 5th St., Philadelphia. 

NEELY, GEORGE L., Lehman. 

NEFF, JOHN W., 322 Porter St., Easton. 

NELSON, SHERRIL P., 101 Innis St., Oil City. 

NESBIT. ARTHUR W., Middletown. 

NEUBIG, CHARLES W.. 701 West 10th St., Erie. 

NEWBAKER, BRYCE A., 208 N. 33d St., Philadelphia. 

NEWLIN, WILLIAM V., Jr., 1830 Rittenhouse Sq., Philadelphia. 

NEWMAN, J. C„ 113 Wood St., Faramitum. 

NEWTON, F. N., Jr., 938 Fruit Ave., Farrell. 

NICKLES, VICTOR C, Evans City. 

NICOLAS, CHARLES EMANUEL, 120 Clay Street, Kane. 

NOBLE, S. E., 216 Fremont St., Pittsburgh. 

NORMAN, GEORGE H., Arnot. 

NORTHCUTT, NERSCHEL BERNARD, McMinnvllle. 

NORTON, GEORGE F., 402 Ashdale St., Philadelphia. 

NYGREN, JOEL LEONARD, 588 N. Main St., Wilkes-Barre. 

O'DONNELL, JAMES, 2662 Almond St., Philadelphia. 

OBENOUR, WILLIAM HYPES, 1151 South Ave., Wilkinsburg. 

OBERLY, HENRY SHERMAN, 445 N. Washington St., Butler. 

OBERT, HARRY A., East Lake Road, R. R. 8, Erie. 

OBRIEN, FREDERICK J., Osceola. 

OBRIEN, PAUL A., Marietta, Lancaster Co. 

OGDEN, CARLTON FRANCIS, 245 N. Porter St.. Waynesburg. 

OTTO, PAUL, 1342 Church St., Reading. 

OW, CHARLES E., 559 Frick Annex, Pittsburgh. 

OWENS, EDWARD EMORY, 426 College Avenue, State College. 

OWENS, THOMAS J., 122 E. New St., Lancaster. 

PAIFER, GEORGE TORRENCE, 144 W. Market St.. Danville. 

PALLMAN, WILLARD, Clarks Summit. 

PALMER, FRANK H., 89 N. Franklin St., Wilkes-Barre. 

PARDOE. BENJAMIN H., 729 Liberty St., Franklin. 

PARKINS, ROSCOE, Cornwall. 

PARMER, WAYNE R., 146 N. 61st St., Philadelphia. 

PARNELL, GILBERT SMITH, 231 S. 6th St., Indiana. 

PARRISH, FRANK MERRILL, 514 Grant St., Franklin. 

PARSONS, LELAND S.. R. R. 5. Troy. 

PATTERSON, FRANK S., 240 Taylor St., Greensburg. 

PATTERSON. WILLIAM H., 202 First St.. Clearfield. 

PATTON, HASKELL RILEY. Slippery Rock. 

PATTON, JOHN W., 147 Jefferson Ave.. Vandergrift. 

PAUXTIS, WILLIAM G., 39 Russell St., Edwardsville. 

PAXSON, ROLAND B.. 422 W. James St., Lancaster. 

PAYNE, JOHN BOWEN, 103 E. High St., Bellefonte. 

PEARSON, JOHN S., University Club, Philadelphia. 



PECK, GEORGE FRANCIS, 138 S. Main Ave., Scranton. 

PEELING, JAMES H., R. D. 3. York. 

PENGELLY, THOMAS S., 17 W. 3d St., Hazleton. 

PENNOCK, CHARLES ADRIAN, 129 N. 4th Ave., Coatesville. 

PENNOCK, ERASTUS W., 1128 Jackson St., Pittsburgh. 

PETERS, SIDNEY DAVID, 23s Madison St.. Wilkes-Barre. 

PETTEBONE, HARLOW L., 644 Wyoming Ave., Dorrancetown. 

PIERCE, ALLEN FREDERICK, Troy, Bradford Co. 

PIERCE, WILLIAM E., 811 Wingohocking St., Philadelphia. 

PIPINOS, BASIL A., 505 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh. 

PITZER. WILLIAM EARL, 597 Mine St., Freedom. 

PLANL, BENJAMIN L., 435 S. 51st St., Philadelphia. 

POOL, JOHN ALEXANDER, 114 E. Montgomery Ave., Ardmore. 

PORTER. ROSCOE P., Baxter, Pa. 

POTTER, CHARLES EDWARD, R. R. 4, West Alexander. 

POTTER, GEORGE A., 1506— 13th Ave., Altoona. 

PRATT, HOWARD R., 4226 Otter St., Philadelphia. 

PRESSING, RALPH G., 741 River Road, Avalon. 

PRESSLEY, ROBERT C, West Fairview, Cumberland Co. 

PRICE, COLE B., 2321 N. Washington St., Scranton. 

PRICE, HORACE K., 5425 Merion Ave., W. Philadelphia. 

PRUGH, EDWIN N., Jr.. 36 Sprague Ave., Bellevue. 

PUNCHARD, ERNEST S. C 5522 Thomas Ave., Philadelphia. 

PURVIANCE, ROY A., 455 S. Rebecca St., Pittsburgh. 

RADCLIFFE, THOMAS B.. 216 Center St., Ridgway. 

RALSTON, J. R., 353 N. Pittsburgh St., Connellsville. 

RAMAGE, RUSSEL A., 776 Finley St., Pittston. 

RANGELER, RALPH E., 117 S. 3d St., Philadelphia. 

RAPPAPORT, A., 5705 Lansdowne Ave., Philadelphia. 

RAY. J. W., Jr., 114 N. Gallatin Ave., Uniontown. 

RAYMOND, HARRY W., 448 Colfax Ave., Scranton. 

REDDEN, JOHN N., 7320 Race St., Pittsburgh. 

REED. CHARLES H.. Houtzdale. 

REED, HARRY B., Vanderbilt. 

REED, HENRY C, 20 Prospect St., Lock Haven. 

REED, JOHN T. S., 236 Langley St., Pittsburgh. 

REESE, JONES A., 103 Lincoln St., Johnstown. 

REID, ALFRED P., 436 Morewood Ave., Pittsburgh. 

REID, MERIDETH, 436 Morewood Ave., Pittsburgh. 

REILLY, FRANCIS W., 19" W. Benango St., Philadelphia. 

REILLY, JOHN J., 1215 Pennsylvania Ave., Pittsburgh. 

REITZ, WILLIAM O., 178 N. Pickering St., Brookville. 

RENNIE, HOWARD N.. 4509 Hedge St., Philadelphia. 

REYNOLDS, ALBERT N., 1054 Hiland Ave., Coraopolis. 

REYNOLDS, H. M., 5045 Locust St., Philadelphia. 

REYNOLDS, NELSON R., no N. Maple St., Bethlehem. 

RICE, EDGAR POE, 313 S. Broad St., Philadelphia. 

RICH, EARL N„ 181 Kales St., Philadelphia. 

RICHARDSON, ARTHUR H., 3914 Locust St., Philadelphia. 

RICHARDSON. OWEN, 331 W. 8th St., Erie. 

RINGSDORF, PASCHAEL H., Clarks Green. 

RIPPEL, JOE, 356 Market St.. Sunbury. 

RIPPLE, HAROLD G., 567 W. Walnut St., Lancaster. 

RITCHIE, WILLIAM B., 801 Union Bank Bldg., Pittsburgh. 



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ROAT, HARRY C, 286 College Ave., Kingston. 

ROBERTSON, J. BLAIR, R. F. D. No. 2, Chambersburg. 

ROBINSON, GEORGE A., 3302 N. 15th St., Philadelphia. 

ROBINSON, JOSEPH KUNKLE, 114 Alexander St., Greensburg. 

ROBINSON, MILTON O.. lis East North St., Waynesboro. 

ROGAN, INNOCENT LEONARD, 103 Euclid Ave., Brookville. 

ROGERS, JOHN A., Newtown, Bucks Co. 

ROGERSON, JOHN B., 283 E. Jackson St., Shreveport. 

ROONEY, ANDREW LONG. 720 Walnut St., Hollidaysburg. 

ROOS, WALTER DRY. 1130 Windsor St., Reading. 

ROSCOE, THOMAS BENEDICT, 6349 Aurelia St., Pittsburgh. 

ROSEN, JOHN, R. D. No. 2, Pottstown. 

ROSENAU, FRANK L., 1529 N. 15th St.. Philadelphia. 

ROSENFIELD, W. M., 924 S. Main St., Towanda. 

ROSS, GILES G., Wyoming Nat'l Bank, Wilkes-Barre. 

ROSS, HUGH THOMAS, 1226— 5th St., Philadelphia. 

ROSS, JOHN F., Clarion. 

ROSSELL, FRANCIS A., 2516 S. Broad St., Philadelphia. 

ROSSELL. JOHN W., 255 S. 3d St., Philadelphia. 

ROTHFUSS. PAUL A., Montoursville. 

ROUGEUX, FRANCIS EDWARD, 2207 Royal Ave.. Newberry. 

ROWLAND, EDMUND, R. F. D. No. 1. Box 9. Media. 

ROY. ROBERT, Wellsboro. 

RUBNER. CARL EDWARD. 148 W. 18th St., Erie. 

RUF. LEONARD E., 1416 Lindley Ave., Philadelphia. 

RUMBAUGH. LLOYD F., 531 Main St.. Mt. Pleasant. 

RUTAN, F. E., Academy Ave., Sewickley. 

RYAN, JOHN LATTA., Seminary Ave., Greensburg. 

RYAN. ROBERT J., Everson. Fayette Co. 

SAILER, STANLEY M., 237 Carsonia Ave., Mt. Penn., Reading. 

SANK, GILBERT STANLEY, 1512 N. 15th St., PhUadelphia. 

SATTERTHWAITE. WALTER B., Langhorne. 

SAYEN, HARRISON K.. 211 St. Marks Sq.. West Philadelphia. 

SAYLOR. O. W., Oxford Apts.. Johnstown. 

SCERRER. JOHN B.. 121 Talbott Ave., Greensburg. 

SCHAFFNIT. WILLIAM E., 74 S. Harrison Ave.. Bellevue. 

SCHALATER, FRANCIS C. Broad Axe, Montgomery Co. 

SCHEEREN. TILLMAN. Jr., Ford City. 

SCHIEFELIN, J., Bradford. 

SCHLECTER, EDWARD W., 33 S. nth St.. Allentown. 

SCHLEGEL, CARL A., c/o United Gas Impt. Co., Broad & Arch Sts., 
Philadelphia. 

SCHMERTZ, WILLIAM E.. 5427 Wilkins Ave., Pittsburgh. 

SCHMIDT, C. W., Nazareth. N. Hampton Co. 

SCHMIDT. GUSTAV F.. 2815 N. 25th St., Philadelphia. 

SCHOENLY. HARRY M.. 520 N. Law St.. Allentown. 

SCHOFFIELD. ALEXANDER W., SS20 Ridge Ave.. Philadelphia. 

SCHRATT, JOSEPH, 2036 N. 4th St.. Philadelphia. 

SCHROPE, LEE E., Higgins. 

SCHROTH. ELMER T.. Carrolltown. 

SCHULTZ. BERNARD HOWARD, 5" Curtin Ave., Pittsburgh. 

SCHWAB, OLIN B., 830 Woodbourne Ave.. Pittsburgh. 

SCHWEIKER. MALCOLM ALDERFER. Providence Square, Mont- 
gomery Co. 



SCOFIELD, EDWARD C, 500 Oakmont Ave., Oakmont. 

SCOLLINS, MICHAEL P., Houtzdale. 

SCOTT, CHARLES M., Bellefonte. 

SCOTT, EARL W., Custer City. 

SCOTT, JAMES R., 1713 S. 18th St., Philadelphia. 

SCOTT, SAMUEL BRYAN, 826 Commercial Trust Bldg., Philadelphia. 

SCOTT, W. R., 2070 E. Cumberland St., Philadelphia. 

SCULL, ALFRED P., 611 Gay St., Phoenixville. 

SCULLY, WALTON, 1203 Western Ave., Pittsburgh. 

SCUTT, WALTER J., 142 S. Garfield Ave., Scranton. 

SEEMANN, S. L., Oakmont. 

SEIGWORTH. SYLVESTER W., Lickingville. 

SEITZ. ROBERT W., 121 1 N. 2d St., Harrisburg. 

SELDERS, PAUL V.. 101 W. Monroe St., Pittsburgh. 

SELL, ISAAC WALTER, Fleetwood. 

SENSEMAN, JOHN S., 154 Sylvan Terrace. Harrisburg. 

SERUSET, GEORGE. 6124 Center Ave., Pittsburgh. 

SHANER. DAVID D., Birdsboro. 

SHARLIP. LOU N., 2616 N. 33rd St., Philadelphia. 

SHARPLESS. SAMUEL, 8 E. Chestnut Ave., Chestnut Hill. 

SHECK, ROBERT L.. 1546 N. Frazier St., Philadelphia. 

SHEPHERD, GEORGE R., 1421 Sherman St., Williamsport. 

SHERMAN, R. A., Meadville. 

SHIELDS, JAMES M., 37 Church St., Bethlehem. 

SHIMER. HAROLD LAWSON, 246 N. Front St.. Milton. 

SHIRK, WILLIAM B., 125 S. 6th St., Lebanon. 

SHOEMAKER. CHARLES S.. Morey Place. Greensburg. 

SHOEMAKER, WILLIAM A., Mertztown. Berks Co. 

SHOFF. WILLIAM P., Hollsopple, Somerset Co. 

SHONTZ, RAYMOND ARTHUR, 45 Marshall St., Shamokin. 

SHOWALTER, ADDISON H., Denver. Lancaster Co. 

SHUMAKER, JOHN F., 5510 Avondale St., Pittsburgh. 

SHUMAKER, WILLIAM A., R. R. 1. Mertztown. 

SHUN, LEON B., 1245 S. 53d St., Philadelphia. 

SIDLER. HENRY D., 100 Mill St.. Danville. 

SIEBER. EARL H., Mifflinton. 

SILVERMAN, LEWIS, Spring Ave., Elkins Park. 

SILVIUS, A. C, Laurelton. 

SIMMONS, HARRY ELLSWORTH, 319 Third St., Conemaugh. 

SIMONS, LESLIE H., Ariel, Wayne Co. 

SIMPSON, ANDREW, 1311 Main St., Darby. 

SLEASER, I. H., 44 West Chocolate Ave., Hershey. 

SLICK, WILSON, 532 Vine St., Johnstown. 

SLOAMKOWSKI, J. M.. 4500 No. 5th St., Philadelphia. 

SLOAN, DONALD, Emlenton. 

SMALL, SIDNEY. 5644 Rippey St., Pittsburgh. 

SMALLEY. EVERETT F., Erdenheim. 

SMITH, CHARLES REISENGER, Andersonberg. 

SMITH. CLARENCE ELY, 647 West College Ave.. York. 

SMITH. FRANK B.. Woodland Row, Edgeworth. 

SMITH, FRED L., 123 Locust St., Oxford, Chester Co. 

SMITH. G. G., 408 Conawango St., Warren. 

SMITH, HARRY O.. 942 High St.. Williamsport. 

SMITH. HARRY R.. 233 East Coal St., Shenandoah. 



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SMITH, MILES W., 412 Water St., Indiana. 

SMITH, ROSCOE S., Cabot, Butler County. 

SMITH, SAMUEL J., Tylersville. 

SMITH, VOYLE, Corey. 

SMITH, W. G., 422 Washington St., St. Marys. 

SMITH, WALTER STANLEY, 7723 Lyman St., Pittsburgh. 

SMITH, W. LOGEN, Falls Creek. 

SMITH, WINFIELD FOULD, 3428 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia. 

SMITH, WINFIELD S., 251 S. Allen St., State College. 

SNELL, LEONARD CLARENCE, Centralia. 

SNYDER, ALFRED, 1204 West Lehigh Ave., Philadelphia. 

SNYDER, JAMES M., 231 S. Market St., Shamokin. 

SOLLEDER, ALBERT L., 120 E. Main St., Bloomsburg. 

SORBER, FRANCIS A., 341 E. Haines St., German town, Philadelphia. 

SOUDER, ALFRED V., 3507 Lancaster Ave., Philadelphia. 

SPANGLER, JOHN I., 350 Garfield St., York. 

SPEERS, RAY FINLEY, Speers. 

SPINDLER, WILLIAM R., 402 West North Ave., Pittsburgh. 

SPOHN, W. R., 131 Southern Ave., Pittsburgh. 

SPRIEGLE, LAWRENCE S., Gowen City. 

SPRING, CHALKEY N., 154 West 3rd St., Williamsport. 

STADFIELD, JOSEPH R., 5575 Wilkins Ave., Pittsburgh. 

STADULIS, IGNAS, 471 Shawnee Ave., Plymouth. 

STANTON, CLARENCE A., 1630 North 59th St., Philadelphia. 

STAUB, S. W., 308 Main St., Pittsburgh. 

STAUD, JOSEPH E., 1413 East St., Pittsburgh. 

STAUFFER, QTJENTIN W., Alburtis, Lehigh Co. 

STEAD, JOHN, Box 216, Easton. 

STEHLE, RICHARD BREHM, soio Penn St., Frankford, Phila- 
delphia. 

STEPHENS, EVERETT L., Box 203, Honesdale. 

STERNFELD, HARRY, 403 B. Iroquois Apts., 3618 Forbes St., Pitts- 
burgh. 

STETLER, HARRY F., 89 Dibert St., Johnstown. 

STICKLER, CHAUNCY L., 65 N. Vine St., Hazleton. 

STODDARD, GEORGE DINSMORE, 45 Spring St., Carbondale. 

STONEROD, T. H., Box 41, Ligonier. 

STRASSBURGER, EUGENE B., 716 Frick Bldg., Pittsburgh. 

STRAUB, GERARD BENEDICT, Russel St., St. Marys. 

STRAUSS, RAYMOND A., 241 N. nth St., Allentown. 

STRICKLER, W. H., Womelsdorf. 

SUGDEN, H. C, 23 S. 10th St., Bethlehem. 

SUPPLEE, RICHARD ALLEN, 5240 N. Carlisle St.. Philadelphia. 

SUTHERLAND, ANDREW GATES, 44s Grant Ave., Kittanning. 

SUTTON, JAMES E., Haverford College, Haverford. 

SWEENEY, GERALD P., 832 High St., Pottstown. 

SWEENEY, RICHARD C, 78 South Harrison Ave., Bellevue. 

SYLVIUS, ARTHUR C, Laurelton. 

TALLANT, RALPH K., 312 Broad St., Sewickley. 

TARLETON, LAWRENCE, Weatherly, Carbon Co. 

TAYLOR, FRANK CARROLL, 161 Queen Lane, Germantown. 

TAYLOR, G. C, 19 East High St., Gettysburg. 

THAYER, OSCAR C, 462 West 8th St., Erie. 

THOMAS, ARJA J., 2013 Boulevard Ave., Scranton. 



THOMAS, DONALD STEADMAN, 405 Weston Ave., Aspinwall. 
THOMAS, ISAAC, c/o Hill School, Pottstown. 
THOMAS, ROSS R., 459 Chestnut St., S. Bethlehem. 
THOMAS, WILLIAM MADISON, 1 East Church St., Nanticoke. 
THOMAS, WILLIAM P., 43d St. and Chester Ave., Philadelphia. 
THOMAS, WILLIAM R., Jr., 540 Third Ave., Westmont, Johnstown. 
THOMPSON, CASPAR M., Mansfield. 

THOMPSON, JACOB R., 69 East Chestnut St., Mifflinburg. 
THOMPSON, WILLIAM A., 310 South Potomac Ave., Waynesboro. 
THORN, JOHN A., Grove City. 

TIFFANY, FRANK ADOLPHUS. R. F. D. 3. Phoenixville. 
TINGLEY, FREEMAN, Dimoch. 
TODD, T. L., Philipsburg. 
TODD, WALTER M., Philipsburg. 
TOWN, HARRY G., 5115 Sauson St., Philadelphia. 
TOWNSEND, FERDINAND E., 315 Montgomery Ave., Philadelphia. 
TRANSUE, WILLIAM T., Shawnee on Delaware. 
TRATE, GEORGE M., 238 Beech St., Pottstown. 
TRENT, EDMUND K., 46 Beaver St., Sewickley. 
TROSS, HENRY W., Edgewood Park. 
TUCKER, CLARENCE H., Pen Argyl. 
TURNER, GEORGE W., 518 Mifflin Ave., Wilkinsburg. 
TURNER, RALPH C, 201 Clearview Ave., Crafton Sta., Pittsburgh. 
TURNER, WALTER W., 322 Apple St., Dunmore. 
UNDERWOOD, ALFRED I., 119 Darragh St., Pittsburgh. 
URSCHEL, CHARLES F., Main St., Clarion. 
VAN BUSKIRK, WILLIAM F., 1338 Buffalo Road, Erie. 
VAN OLINDA, DOUGLAS, Powelton Apts., Philadelphia. 
VARDEN, FRANK W., Mercersburg, Franklin Co. 
VEDER, J. G., 1131 Fifth Ave., Coraopolis. 
VERBOURG, ALBERT, 1731 Juanita St., Philadelphia. 
VEROUSKY, LOTZI J., 421 Washington St., Freeland. 
VIGLIONE, WILLIAM A., 914 West Lackawanna Ave., Scranton. 
VOELMLE, HERBERT S., 1561 E. Montgomery Ave., Philadelphia. 
VOGDES, JUDSON F., Jr., 631 N. Wynnewood Road, West Philadel- 
phia. 
VON BERNUTH, CARL F. A., Strattonville. 
VOSBURGH, PERCY L., 59 Putnam St., Tunkhannock. 
WALBORN, EARL E., 1314 Princeton Road, Reading. 
WALBORN, STANLEY K., 21 West Union St., Wilkes-Barre. 
WALKER, ALEXANDER L., 210 Melville St., Philadelphia. 
WALKER, H. J., 41 West Race St., Somerset. 
WALKER. THOMAS H., c/o W. & H. Walker, Pittsburgh. 
WALSH, WILLIAM ALOYSIUS, 909 Hope St., Avoca. 
WALTER, JEFFERSON S., Oley. 
WALTER, PAUL C, 1317 N. 3rd St., Harrisburg. 
WALTER, R. G., 412 Seventh St., Juanita Station, Altoona. 
WALTER, STERLING C, 128 South 9th St., Easton. 
WALTERS, ALBERT WINSTON, Ellis Bldg., Johnstown. 
WALTERS, JOHN PHILIP, 330 Orchard St., Johnstown. 
WALTERS, STANLEY E., 3844 Girard Ave., Philadelphia. 
WALTON, CRAWFORD C, 1332 Orthodox St., Philadelphia. 
WAMBAUGH, ALVIN S., 1422 Seventeenth Ave., Altoona. 
WANDELL, WALTER JASON, Bloomingdale. 



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WARFEL, H. R., no West Oley St., Reading. 

WARNER, WILLIAM R., 1605 N. 18th St., Philadelphia. 

WARREN, LAWRENCE EDWIN, 108 N. Prince St., Shippinsburg. 

WARREN, WILLIAM W., 348 S. Rebecca St., Pittsburgh. 

WATERBOR, GEORGE R., 800 Reynolds St., Easton. 

WATERLOO, VICTOR E., c/o Flory Haley, McDonald. 

WATKINS, CHARLES WESLEY, R. R. 1. Alcter. 

WATSON. HERBERT R., 1429 Oliver Bldg., Pittsburgh. 

WATSON, JOSEPH D., 2005 Jenny Lind St., McKeesport. 

WEAVER. RALPH, 27s Locust St., Scalp Level. 

WEBB. C. EDWIN, 116 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 

WEBBER, A. H., Mercer. 

WEDDELL, B. S., 577 East End Ave., Pittsburgh. 

WEICHEL, ALBERT J., 1316 Linden St., Scranton. 

WEICKSEL, HENRY M., 1116 Huron Ave., Renovo. 

WEIDMAN, FRANK A., 3501 Forbes St., Pittsburgh. 

WEIL, ARTHUR E., 1218 Land Title Bldg., Philadelphia. 

WEIMER, GEORGE C, Port Royal, Juanita Co. 

WEIMER, ROTH E., 604 Wood St., Johnstown. 

WEINER, DAVID, 172 Main St., Canonsburg. 

WELCH, WILLIAM MILLER, 2D, Yardley. 

WELTE, PAUL, 4028 Parkside Ave., Philadelphia. 

WERNER, FRED AUGUST, 417 South Scott Ave., Glenolden, Dela- 
ware Co. 

WERNER, PAUL G., Mohnton. 

WERTACNIK, JOSEPH JOHN. R. F. D. 2, Box 123, West Newton. 

WESSEL, HENRY, Hotel Majestic, Philadelphia. 

WEST, FRANK KENNETH, 408 Franklin Ave., Wilkinsburg. 

WEST, PEMBERTON BURTON, 1720 Girard Ave., Philadelphia. 

WESTOVER, FRANCIS MURRAY, Plymouth. 

WETZEL, DANIEL W., 113S Arch St., Ashland. 

WHEELER, FRANK R., 226 West Johnson St., Germantown, Phila- 
delphia. 

WHITE, J. A., Knoxville, Tioga Co. 

WHITMORE, HENRY EDWIN, 749 Harrison Ave., Scranton. 

WHITNEY, FREDERICK M., R. D. 6, Wellsboro. 

WICK, G. A., 747 Union Arcade, Pittsburgh. 

WIDING, PHILIP O., 1014 S. 51st St., Philadelphia. 

WILDMAN, WILLIAM, 506 Foreland St., Pittsburgh. 

WILLAUER, GEORGE J., Lincoln Ave., Stockertown. 

WILLIAMS, ERNEST D., Bethlehem Steel Co., Lebanon. 

WILLIAMS, FRANK E., 367 E. Broad St., Nanticoke. 

WILLIAMS, IRA A., New Freedom. 



WILLMAN. WILLIAM CHARLES, 109 N. Hicory St., Mt. Carmel. 

WILSON, ARCHIBLAD D., soi West Washington St., New Castle. 

WILSON, ARTHUR D., R. F. D. 1, Avonmore. 

WILSON, BURNETT H., 1132 Herbert St., Pittsburgh. 

WILSON, GEORGE E., 40 Ellsworth Ave., Sharon. 

WILSON, GEORGE J., Cressona, Schuyler Co. 

WILSON, H. LEE, 114 S. Street, Johnstown. 

WILSON, RAYMOND H., Phi Gamma Delta, Lewisburg. 

WILSON, W. W., 311 N. Front St., Milton. 

WINGATE, KENNETH TEMPLETON, Tyrone. 

WINSKY, RUDOLPH, 142— 47th St., Pittsburgh. 

WINTERMUTE, FREDERICK, Laceyville. 

WINTERS, LOUIS A., 3312 Olyphant Ave., Scranton. 

WOLF, WILLIAM C, Curwensville. 

WOLFE, AUGUSTUS Z., Curwensville. 

WOLFENDEN, CHARLES G.. 1401 North St. Clair St., Pittsburgh. 

WOOD, LAWRENCE, Monongahela. 

WOOD, LAWRENCE, c/o Colonial Steel Co., Pittsburgh. 

WOODS, DAVID W., Lewistown. 

WOODS, HAROLD LESLIE, 517 Clinton St., Easton. 

WOODS, W. W., Conneaut Lake. 

WORKMAN, ROSS FRANKLIN, 1626 State St., Harrisburg. 

WYLLNER, RAYMOND M., 1639 N. 19th St., Philadelphia. 

YARRISON, MELVILLE R., R. F. D., Loganton. 

YATES, JOHN P., 1218 Land Title Bldg., Philadelphia. 

YEAGER, GROVER S., Roaring Creek. 

YENSOR, G. A., 137 S. 1st St., Lehighton. 

YOCUM, WILLIAM W., 118 Pennsylvania Ave., Meadville. 

YODER, CHAUNCEY L., R. D. 3. Oley, Berks Co. 

YORK, FRANK X., Mauch Chunk. 

YOST, KENNETH BENTON, 1123 Wightman St., Pittsburgh. 

YOUNG, C. H., 315 East Wallace Ave., New Castle. 

YOUNG, JAMES HENRY, 114 Oak View Ave., Edgewood Park, 

Pittsburgh. 
YOUNG, ROBERT RAY, Russell. 
YOUNG, WILLIAM R., 333 Chestnut St., Mifflinburg. 
YOUNT, C. E., Hawthorn. 

ZIEGLER, ISRAEL, 3538 North nth St., Philadelphia. 
ZIMKOVEYC, JACK, Donora. 

ZIMMERMAN, JOHN D., 88 West Main St., Somerset. 
ZITZELMAN, PHILIPP F., 317 North Irving Ave., Scranton. 
ZULICK, ARTHUR LUCIAN, Orwigsburg. 



RHODE ISLAND 



ALDRED, JAMES H., Ashton. 
ANDERSON, ALBERT LEVI, Crompton. 
ANDERSON, JOHN A.. 38 E. Manning St., Providence. 
ANTHONY, ELIJAH, Holland Ave., Jamestown. 
AYLER, RAYMOND H., P. 0. Box 28, Portsmouth. 
BARRY, EDWARD L., 73 John St., E. Providence. 
BARTON, HENRY, Jr., 693 Hope St., Bristol. 
BORNKE, WILLIAM F„ Y. M. C. A., Providence. 



BOWEN, ARTHUR NEWTON, 19s Montgomery Ave., Providence. 
BUTLER, JOSEPH W., 126 Second St., East Providence. 
CADY, JOHN HUTCHINS, 919 Hospital Trust Bldg., Providence. 
CLARK, LOUIS BENN, 729 Mineral Spring Ave., Pawtucket. 
CONDON, JOHN J., 98 Church St., Bristol. 
DePOL, JOHN P., Jr., 468 Branch Ave., Providence. 
DEXTER, WARREN E., 206 New York Ave., Providence. 
DONATH, WILLIAM T., 31 Garden St., Pawtucket. 



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EDDY, GUYTON SAXON, Barrington. 

HACKING, RAYMOND F., 125 Academy Ave., Providence. 

HEYDON, WRIGHT DAVID, 28 Alumni Ave., Providence. 

HURLEY, GEORGE ANTHONY, 108 Carleton St., Providence. 

IRONS, WALTER C., R. F. D. No. 2, N. Scituate. 

JENKS, B. P., 123 Waterman St.. Providence. 

JOHNSON, F. J., Nyatt Road, Barrington City. 

KOHLBERG. RUDOLPH H., Barrington. 

LENNON, HARRY EMMETT, 170 Wadsworth St., Providence. 

LORD, E. H., Wickford. 

LUSSIER, GEORGE E., 103 Harrison Ave., Woonsocket. 

McCANN, CHARLES M., 64 Pleasant St., Providence. 

MAKEPEACE, RODERICK F., 27s Wayland Ave., Providence. 

MARSHALL, JOHN E., Box III, Pawtucket. 

MEADE, JOHN EDWARD, Nasonville. 

MEIKLEJOHN, J. RONALD, 86 Brock St., Pawtucket. 

MORIARTY, JOHN J., 367 Lonsdale Ave., Pawtucket. 

MORRISSEY, HARRY R., 76 N. Main St.. Warren. 

MURPHY, JAMES R., 27 Lander St., Providence. 



NICHOLS. JOSEPH E., 68 Park Ave., Woonsocket. 

NORDQUIST, EDWARD CLARENCE, 83 Hamlin St., Providence. 

NOW, RALPH, 64 Yale Ave., Providence. 

O'BRIEN, JAMES P., 86 Second Ave., Woonsocket. 

PECKHAM, QUINCY H., 117 Bluff Ave., Edgewood. 

POLLEYS, WOODBURY S., 16 Union St., Bristol. 

ROBINSON, DANIEL, 161 Orms St., Providence. 

ROUN, CARL D., Bon 39s, East Greenwich. 

SANFORD, EARL D., 1 Ringgold St., Providence. 

SANS SOUCI, JOSEPH O., 4 Clairmont Ave., Providence. 

SCOTT, PHILIP EDWIN, 5 Wesleyan Ave., Providence. 

SHIELDS, FRANCIS JAMES, Sayles Ave., Pascoag. 

SILVERMAN, GEORGE, Providence. 

SMITH, B. M., Box 906, Providence. 

SMITH, NORMAN B., 32 Sea View Ave., Edgewood. 

VICARIO, RAPHAEL, 85 Arthur Ave.. Providence. 

WHIPPLE, CHARLES H., 23 Chapin Ave., Providence. 

WOODS, DAVID W.. 120 High St., Westerly. 



SOUTH CAROLINA 



ADAMS, JOHN KIRKWOOD, 602 North St., Greenville. 

AMME, DIEDRICH A., 442 Kings St., Charleston. 

ARMSTRONG, FRED E., Owings. 

BAIRD, GEORGE D., Box No. 412, Spartanburg. 

BECK, CHARLES CLIFTON, 211 W. Hampton Ave., Sumter. 

BODIE, DANTZLER DAVID, Batesburg. 

BOOZER, HERMAN WISE, Leesville. 

BOWMAN, WILLIAM L., Jr., Lowndesville. 

BOYLSTON, HARRY G., Blackville. 

BRADDY, LAWTON C, Dillon. 

BRADFORD, JAMES I., R. R. No. 3, Sumter. 

BRANDON, JOHN D., McConnellsville. 

BROWN, WILLIAM JAMES, R. R. No. 1, Leo. 

BRYANT, WADE, 728 E. Washington St., Greenville. 

BRYANT, WILLIAM D., 8 Whitman St., Orangeburg. 

BUCK, HENRY HICHBORN, 209 Wine St., Mullins. 

BURGESS, JOSEPH W., Manning. 

BURRELL, JAMES H„ 1800 Senate St., Columbia. 

CALMES, JAMES D., 527 E. North St., Greenville. 

CARMICHAEL, BENJAMIN FOREST, R. F. D. No. 1, Mullins. 

CARMICHAEL, MARVIN E.. Fork. 

CARROLL, J. D., Lexington. 

CATHCART, R. S.. Winnsboro. 

CHILDRESS. JAMES P., R. R. No. 3, Pelzer. 

CLAYTOR. EDWARD McGRADY, R. F. D. No. 1, Hopkins. 

COGGESHALL, MARION LIDE, 142 Oak St., Darlington. 

CONNELLY, WILLIAM R., 143 Walnut St., Chester. 

CORBETT, VIRGIL PAYNE, Horatio. 

CORK. TRAVIS C. Darlington. 

CRAIG, ROBERT E., Columbia. 

CRAIG, W. N., 2718 Lee St., Columbia. 

CRAWFORD, WILLIAM H., 1607 College St., Columbia. 



CROFT, THEODORE G., Aiken. 

CROVER, SAM W., 15 W. Pine St., Florence. 

DANTZLER, DAVID H., Parler. 

DeTREVILLE, JULIAN, 38 Wichman St., Walterboro. 

DEW, HARTWELL A., Latta. 

DICKSON, ALBERT M., R. F. D. No. 2, Darlington. 

DICKSON, BRICE T., 331 E. Main St., Rock Hill. 

EDWARDS, JAMES SMILEY, R. F. D. No. 2, Greer. 

ELLIS, JAMES E., 1015 Bryan St., Columbia. 

EVANS, RODERICK M., Minturn, Dillon Co. 

FAILE, GEORGE M., Taxahau. 

FURMANA, LESTER G., Jr., 301 Buncombe St., Greenville. 

GARNETT, STANFORD T„ Jefferson Hotel, Columbia. 

GEE, JAMES G., R. F. D. No. 3, Columbia. 

GEER, ANDREW E., 102 S. Main St., Belton. 

GIGNILLIAT, GEORGE W., Seneca. 

GOSSETT, LAURUA A., Pacolet. 

GRAESER, ALBERT C, The Citadel, Charleston. 

GRAHAM, JOSEPH P., Conway. 

GRIMBALL, ERNEST W., Jones Island. 

HARLLEE, JOHN M., Florence. 

HARRIS, WILLIAM A., Gaffney. 

HILL, ANDREW M., 48 Greenville St., Abbeville. 

HILL, TABOR L., Newberry. 

HOLMES, JOHN D., Barnwell. 

HOOD, JOHN HERSCHEL, Hickory Grove. 

HOPKINS. DAVID R., R. R. No. 3. Fountain,Inn. 

HORLBECK, FREDERICK H.. 31 Broad St.. Charleston. 

HUFF, PHILEMON D., Laurens. 

HUGGINS, WILLIAM CLARKSON, Day St. Ext., Florence 

HUTCHINGS, JOHN N., Pickens. 

JEFFERIES, JOHN W., 220 N. Church St.. Spartanburg. 



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JOHNSON, WILLIAM B., Hartsville. Darlington Co. 

KEARSE, JAMES C, Olar. 

KLUGH, CHARLES E., 139 Bailey Circle, Greenwood. 

KOHN, AUGUST, 1520 Senate St., Columbia. 

KOLB, EARNEST CONNORS, R. F. D. No. 2, Sumter. 

KOLB, R. J., R. F. D. No. 2, Sumter. 

KREPS, KENNETH R., 112s Olympia Ave., Columbia. 

KYZER. HUBERT MALCOLM, R. No. 2, Lexington. 

LACHICOTTE. EUGENE S., Waverly Mills. 

LAWRENCE. WARREN M., Calhoun. 

LEAGUE, ROBERT FERRIMAN, Simpsonville. 

LIGON, PRUE BENSON, Anderson. 

LINK, JAMES CLINTON, R. F. D. No. 4. Abbeville. 

LITTLEJOHN, CLAUDE, Gaffney. 

McCLANAHAN, PAUL S., R. F. D. No. 4, Liberty. 

McCLELLAN, EDWARD P., McClellanville. 

McFADDEN, McBRIDE S., Kingstree. 

McFARLAND, BRUCE L., R. F. D. No. 1, Columbia. 

McGOWAN, FRANKLIN PIERCE, 23s Garlinton St., Laurens. 

McGOWAN, JOHN CALHOUN, 23s Garlinton St., Laurens. 

McINNES, JULIUS S., Darlington. 

McLAURIN, JAMES H., McColl. 

McTEER, GRAHAM M., Early Branch. 

MacFARLAND, ALLEN, Jr., Cheraw. 

MACE. JAMES A., Marion. 

MANIGAULT, E. L., SummerviUe. 

MANNING, CHARLES SINKLER, 369 E. Main St., Spartanburg. 

MANNING, VIVIAN M., 701 E. Washington St., Greenville. 

MAREE, C. S., Moncks Corner. 

MARSHALL, JOEL J., 121 8 Sumter St., Columbia. 

MATTISON, CLYDE S., 226 Society St., Anderson. 

MAYS, CALHOUN A., Greenwood. 

MEDBERY, DAVID W., 2226 Lincoln St., Columbia. 

MOBLEY, MARION R., Heath Springs. 

MONROE, JAMES BEASLEY, Marion. 

MURRAY, THOMAS LOUIS, 1715 Green St., Columbia. 

NEUFFER, BELFORD, 286 Meeting St., Charleston. 

NICHOLS, WILLIAM B., Rock Hill. 

OSTEEN, WILLIAM THACKER, 569 N. Main St., Greenville. 

OUZTS, ROWLAND HERBERT, Johnston. 

PERRY, HEXT M., Sans Souci, Greenville. 

PINCKNEY, CHARLES C, 71 Rutledge Ave., Charleston. 

PINCKNEY, CLARENCE ANTHONY, Bluffton. 

PINSON, CHARLES S., Cross Hill. 

PUCKETT, JOHN E., 1808 Green St., Columbia. 

QUINN, WILLIAM C, R. F. D. No. 2, Smyrna, York County. 

RAINSFORD, JOHN, Edgefield. 



RAMSEY, R. I.. R. F. D. No. 3. Greenville. 

RAWLS, E. H., R. F. D. No. 3, Columbia. 

RHETT, ALFRED M., 10th & Colonial Sts., Charleston. 

RICE, IBZAN REX, Judson Mills, Greenville. 

RICHARDSON, A. R., 30 S. Sumter St., Sumter. 

ROGERS, FRANCIS R., 493 Meeting St., Charleston. 

ROWELL, SAMUEL T., Carlisle St., Bamberg. 

ROWLAND, GEORGE H., 221 Broad St., Sumter. 

RYAN, WILLIS D., Wedgefield. 

SANDERS, EDWARD BERRIEN, Ritter. 

SANDERS, OSBORNE T., Hagood. 

SCHIFFLEY, WILLIAM ARCHIE, 78 Fenwick St., Orangeburg. 

SCHOFIELD, H. R., P. O. Box No. 32s. Columbia. 

SELLERS, PHILIP B., Dillon. 

SMITH, BURTON M., Greer. 

SMITH, MARVIN L., R. F. D., Johnston. 

STEEDLY, HUBERT F., Bamberg. 

STUBBS, THOMAS McALPIN, m W. Hampton St., Sumter. 

SULLIVAN, DAVID H., 661 S. Harper St., Laurens. 

SULLIVAN, NIM BELLOTTE, 1015 S. Main St., Anderson. 

SULLIVAN, WILLIAM W., Jr., 1032 S. Main St., Anderson. 

SUMMERS, SAMUEL J., Cameron. 

TEMPLE, AVRITTE R.. Lake View. 

THOMSON, W. E., R. F. D. No. 2, Union. 

TRAUB, A., is Green St., Charleston. 

TURNER, ROBERT V., Winnsboro. 

WALKER, H. C, 144 N. Dean St., Spartanburg. 

WALKER, HEYWARD, Beaufort. 

WALKER, J. M., Blackville. 

WALLACE, WILLIAM HENRY, 103 E. Main St., Union. 

WARDLAW, LEE ALBERT, Box 81, Greer. 

WARING, CLARK DUVAL, 1516 Laurel St., Columbia. 

WASHINGTON, PAUL M., Ware Shoals. 

WATIES, JOHN G., Inman. 

WATKINS, JOHN STANLEY, 1229 Blanding St., Columbia. 

WELLER, LYMAN R., 3604 Main St., Columbia. 

WESTROPE, GORDON R., Gaffney. 

WHILDEN, W. R., 509 Duke Ave., Columbia. 

WHITE, JOHN E., Branchville. 

WILLIAMS, EARNEST DUNCAN, EutawviUe. 

WILLIAMS, GONSALVO C, Jr., 1228 Hardan St., Columbus. 

WILLIAMS, WESLEY C, Eutawville. 

WILSON, JOHN T., Fairfax. 

WOODWARD, HARRY C, Bishopville. 

YOUNG, ELMER B., 360 N. Academy St.. Rock Hill. 

YOUNG. GILBERT P., Rembert. 

ZEMP, BENTON C, 1704 Fair St., Camden. 



SOUTH DAKOTA 



ADAMS, E. G.. Custer. 

ALANIVA, JOHN W.. R. F. D. No. 1, Newell. 
BADDELEY. MARCUS M., Gen. Del., Ft. Pierre. 
BERGN, ROBERT F., Browns Flats, Sioux Falls. 



BERGSTRESER, GRANT G., Wentworth. 
BRUMWELL, CLIFFORD S., 161 Colorado St., Huron. 
BUCK, LESLIE C, Elkton. 
CORY, DILTS, c/o Watertown Publ. Co., Watertown. 



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DALEY, MARTIN ROSWELL, Cedarbutte. 

DAVIES, ROSS D., 412 Miners Ave., Lead. 

De BOER, DEWEY J., Corsica. 

DOLNEY, A. L., R. R. 3, Webster. 

DONAHUE, FRANCIS A., Yankton. 

DONAHUE, GEORGE RAYMOND, Montrose. 

DONLEY, OWEN C, Scotland. 

DUNN, WENDALL EARL, Summit. 

DWIGHT, EDWARD BRINK, 624 West 8th St., Sioux Palls. 

DYE, EMMET C. Gannvalley. 

EMERSON, ARTHUR WESTON, Spearfish. 

FENNER, CHESTER A., R. R. No. 1, Esmond. 

FLOCKEN, CHARLES HAROLD, Vermilion. 

FOSTER, RICHARD L., Jr., Brayton. 

FRENCH, HAROLD, Letcher. 

FRIDLEY, HARRY M., Brookings. 

GANTZ, GARDNER, Rapid City. 

GLENNON, EDWARD P., 916 E. Third Ave., Mitchell. 

GRIFFITH, WILLIAM MIBRA, R. F. D. No. 1, Cresbard. 

GROTE. PETER HENRY, Deadwood. 

HAMILTON, CLAUDE A., 704 S. Wayland Av., Sioux Falls. 

HARTWIG, ARTHUR WILLIAM, Rapid City. 

HEADLEY, JOHN W., Menno. 

HEFFERNAN, VINCENT JEROME, R. F. D. No. 2, Milbank. 

HENNIES, ALBERT J., Springfield. 

HOBSON, ROY JOHN, 1102 E. 6th St., Sioux Falls. 

HODGES, W. H., Jr., Lake City. 

HORN, RAYMOND W., c/o The Dakota Farmer, Aberdeen. 

HUGHES, CLARENCE W., White Butte. 

JACKSON, GEORGE L., Rosebud Ave., Lead City. 

JAQUITH, BENJ. F., Jaquith Motor Co., Sioux Falls. 

JOHNSON, MILTON A., Box 30s, Hamill. 

JONES, MILTON JAMES, Groton. 

KANNOWSKI, MAX B., Mitchell. 

KIBBLE, ARTHUR D., Springfield. 

KLEMANN, JULIUS WILLIAM, Fort Pierre. 

KNIFFEN, ARTHUR LEROY, Tyndall. 

KRUEGER, ALBERT REINHARDT, Tripp. 

KULL, FRANK OSWALD, 1222 N. Main Ave., Sioux Falls. 

LEAVITT, DONALD E., Worthing. 

LLOYD, WALTER ROSS, 9th and Wis. Sts., Huron. 

LOCKON, CARL I., S. State St., Aberdeen. 

LUM, IRA GENUNG, 501 Second Ave., S. E., Aberdeen. 

LUNDQUIST, EDWARD W., 15th St., & Cleveland Ave., Sioux Falls. 

McCULLOUGH, HALLE DAVID, Sisseton. 

McMILLAN, ALBERT L., Alpena. 

MACOMBER. JAMES A., Elk Point. 

MANN, FRANK H., Brentford. 

MATEJKA, LOUIS, Gregory. 

MATTSON, DALE WAYNE, 117}^ N. Broadway, Watertown. 

MELLENTHIN, WILLIAM, 309 S. 4 th St., Aberdeen. 

METZGER, FRED E., Tyndall. 

MICHELKE, HERMAN A., Ramona. 

MILLS, CLIFTON N., Brookings. 



MORGAN, HERSCHEL S., Box 546, Flandreau. 

MORROW. BERNARD LEO, Aberdeen. 

MOULTON, WESLEY W., Cresbard. 

NEUMAYR, GEORGE HUGO, Vermilion. 

NICKERSON, REN ENOS, 12 Temple Court, Sioux Falls. 

NORRIS, JEAN A., Aberdeen. 

NORTON, CLIFFORD F., Madison. 

ODEGARD, CARL J., Oldham. 

OVERGAARD. CLIFFORD MANLEY, 622 S. Broad, Watertown. 

PARDEN, GEORGE, 510 So. Anch St., Aberdeen. 

PATE, HARRY M., 41s N. Minn. Ave., Sioux Falls. 

PEASE, LAWRENCE N., Madison. 

PEDERSON, JULIAN EDWIN, 118 Prospect St., Vermilion. 

POOLEY, GLEN A., Fedora. 

POOLEY, IRWIN E., 108 W. nth St., Sioux Falls. 

PUDER, GEORGE HUBERT, 1 "F" St., Timber Lake. 

RAITZ, ROSWELL E., Groton. 

RASMUSSEN, PAUL A., Canton. 

RICHARDS, GLEN J., Plankinton. 

RIDEE, FLOYD A., Artesian. 

RUDD, LAWRENCE W., 232 N. Trapp Ave., Sioux Falls. 

RUDOLPH, HERBERT BLAINE, Canton. 

RUNDELL, MERLE E., Hurley. 

SANFORD, NELSON A., Parker. 

SCHOOLEY, FLOYD W., 501 E. Kemp Ave., Watertown. 

SCHREYER. F. A., Bellefourche. 

SCHUTTE, EMIL CONRAD, 204 No. 2nd St., Aberdeen. 

SCHUTTE, EVERETT, 204 No. 2d St., Aberdeen. 

SCULLEY, JESSE C, 1302 Sixth St., Brookings. 

SEYMOUR, GLENN, Mitchell. 

SHARF, SHERMAN H.. Summit. 

SHEDD, BATES KELSEY, 217 S. Gold St., Lead. 

SHEILD, REXFORD MONROE, Salem, McCook Co. 

SHORT, O. C, Lemmon. 

SKOLA, OBED R., Viborg. 

SMITH, HARRY L., Sturgis. 

SMITH, HOMER WILLIAM. Egan. 

SMITH, LOUIS HENRY, Egan. 

SNEDECOR, JAMES G., Ravinia. 

SQUIRE, K. P., Aberdeen. 

STARR, GAYLORD A., St. Lawrence. 

STEELE, HAROLD W., 702 Eleventh Ave. Brookings. 

STOCKING, VERNE J., Spain. 

STOKES, WILLIAM H., 525 2d St. N. W., Watertown. 

STUMLEY, ALFRED O., Volga. 

SWIFT, HENRY F., Gettysburg. 

TANK, CARL F., Canton. 

TEXLEY, SEVER, Powell. 

TILLEY, LEAVITT, Spencer. 

TJOMSLAND, ELI HANS, Mt. Vernon. 

TOMPKINS. ARTHUR W., Brookings. 

TREFZ, JACOB H., Tolstoy. 

VANDENBURG, BERT EDWARD, R. F. D. 3. Volga. 

VAN DERVOORT, HARVEY H., Milbank. 



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WAGENER. FRANK S.. Groton. 

WAGGONER, LLOYD EUGENE, Sioux Falls. 

WARDEN, STANLEY B., 201 Walnut St., Yankton. 

WATERS, HARLEY N., Wentworth. 

WATKINS, ROY W., 603— Third St. S. E., Watertown. 

WILDER, FLOYD E., 735 S. Edmunds St., Mitchell. 



WILKES, GLENN E., Trent. 

WILLIAMS, CLAYTON ADDISON. Lake Preston. 

WIPF, ALFRED, Freeman. 

WOOD, SYLVAN R., 311 S. Maple St., Watertown. 

YOKUBICEK, CHESLEF E., Geddes. 

ZEMLICKA. CLARENCE B., Highmore. 



TENNESSEE 



ABNEY, CLARENCE L., Greenfield. 

ACREE, RUSSELL E., Dover. 

ACUFF, BARNEY R., Fountain City. 

ADAMS. ALFRED T., 1603 Broad St., Nashville. 

ADAMS, GEORGE ELLIOTT, 1603 Broad St., Nashville. 

ADAMS. JAMES H., 1319 Hamilton Bank Bldg., Chattanooga. 

ADLER, WILLIAM H., 611 Mississippi Ave., Memphis. 

ALEXANDER, ROYCE, Tiptonville. 

ALLEN, S. G., Union City. 

ANDERSON, JOHN G., Jr., Box 41s, Clarksville. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM CHESTER, 312 Cherry St., Chattanooga. 

ARGUBRIGHT, FLETCHER, Clinton. 

ARMISTEAD, HARRISON H., Golf Club Lane, Nashville. 

AUSTIN, ROBERT R., 100 Lyerly St., Chattanooga. 

BAKER. JOHN B.. Gallatin. 

BAKER, JOHN R., Columbia. 

BARBORO. M. A., c/o A. S. Barboro Co., Memphis. 

BARNES, LESTER. Central Y. M. C. A., Knoxville. 

BARRY, A. M., Alexandria. 

BEAMAN, DEAN M., 3019 Jackson Ave., Knoxville. 

BEAN. DANIEL, Speedwell. 

BEJACH. L. D., 1317 Bank of Commerce Bldg., Memphis. 

BELL. ROBERT M., Tracy City. 

BENDER. LOUIS B.. 2516 McCallie Ave., Chattanooga. 

BENDERMAN. GUY F.. Route No. 2. Culleoka. 

BENHAM, PHILO DAYTON, R. F. D. No. 2, Dayton. 

BENSON, NICHOLAS MILLER, Unicoi. 

BETTERTON, PARKS MOORE, 1027 E. 10th St.. Chattanooga. 

BIBEE, ROBERT L., Jacksboro. 

BICKFORD, WILLIAM A., 1611 Union Ave., Memphis. 

BINKLEY. SAMUEL F., R. F. D.. Denver. 

BLACKBURN, SAM S.. Lynnville. 

BLAIR, E. H., Fayetteville. 

BLUE. WILLARD H.. Pulaski. 

BOND. RICHMOND HUGH. 1508 Hayes St.. Nashville. 

BOWEN, JOHN C. Newbern. 

BOWER. ARTHUR H.. 1073 Peach Ave.. Memphis. 

BOWER. WARD R.. 1416 Winton Ave.. Memphis. 

BOYCE, J. H.. Brighton. 

BOYD. BOWLINE BRIGGS. Donelson. 

BOYD. H. M.. 1662 Forest Ave.. Memphis. 

BRADING. EDWARD. Johnson City. 

BRASWELL. H. L.. R. R. No. 5. Westmoreland. 

BRENT. SAMUEL G.. 102 S. Front St.. Memphis. 

BRIDGES. WYLIE A.. Lewisburg. 



BRIGHT, JAMES G.. sij Oak St., Chattanooga. 
BRODE, BEN DEE, 704 Vance Ave., Memphis. 
BROGDEN, URA A., Doyle. 

BROGDON. FRANK M., 2201 E. Vine Ave., Knoxville. 
BROOKS, DIBRELL C, Franklin. 
BROOKS, STERLING W., R. R. No. 1. Ooltewah. 
BROWN, ALVIN L., 1559 Eastmoreland Ave., Memphis. 
BROWN, EDWARD EMERSON, 57 Hogshead Apts., Chattanooga. 
BRUMBACK, JOHN F., 2086 E. 5th Ave., Knoxville. 
BRUMLEY, JUDD L., Greenville. 
BUCHANAN, H. G.. Ardmore. 
BURTON, CHARLES W., Murfreesboro. 
CALLAWAY, FRANK B., 2567 Woodbine Ave., Knoxville. 
CAMPBELL, FRANCIS RUSSELL, 506 American Bank Bldg.. Nash- 
ville. 
CAROWELL, JOHN C, Carthage. 
CARROLL, RAYMOND T., Jackson. 
CARTER, LEO G., 1171 Madison Ave.. Memphis. 
CASTLE. SAMUEL NELSON, 37 N. Belvedere Blvd., Memphis. 
CATE. JAMES HARRY, 3445 Woodrow Ave., Nashville. 
CATE. JOHN M., 717 Indiana Life, Nashville. 
CHADDICK. HERBERT H., 411 Union Ave., Chattanooga. 
CHAMBERLAIN, HIRAM S.. Jr.. R. D. No. 5. N. Chattanooga. 
CHAPMAN, S. S.. Liberty. 

CLARKE, JAMES VERNOL, 920 Arthington Ave.. Nashville. 
COBB, WILLIAM C, Byington. 
COLEMAN. RICHARD M., Harms. 
COLTON, HENRY E., Overton Hall, Brentwood. 
COLVILLE, JOHN L.. McMinnville. 
CONASTER, WALTER H., Sunbright. 
COOK, LELAND, 16 North Kingston, Rockwood. 
COUNTS, E. M., 305 Poplar St., Chattanooga. 
COVINGTON, JOE P., College Grove. 
CROFFORD, W. H., 1079 Monroe Ave., Memphis. 
CROSBY. HALCOURT T.. S. T. & W. A. Dewees Co.. Chattanooga. 
DAVIS. CROWELLY A., Bethel Springs. 
DAVIS. JOHN PRESTON. Tazewell. 
DAVIS, RICHARD E., Rutherford. 
DECK. WILLIAM I., Chattanooga. 

DELANEY, FRANK T., Missionary Ridge. Chattanooga. 
DENT, WILBUR T., 1915 Elliott Ave., Nashville. 
DICKINSON, CHARLES KIMBROUGH, Somerville. 
DICKINSON. LEWIS H., 51 S. Main St.. Memphis. 
DOUGHERTY, ROBIN L.. 922 Russell St.. Nashville. 
DUNLAP, BEN L.. Paris. 



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DUNWODY. DAVID C, Jasper. 

DURHAM, BARTLETT C, Jr., 572 East St.. Memphis. 

DURNALL. WALTER MARR, Journal & Tribune, Knoxville. 

EDMISTON, JOHN A„ Petersburg. 

EDMUNDS, CLARENCE H., i Virginia Court, Knoxville. 

EDWARDS, EDWARD, Clarksville. 

EDWARDS, THOMAS A., Greenfield. 

ELAM, JAMES A., French Broad. 

ELMAN, EDGAR H., Santa Fe. 

ESLICK, BENNETT, Pulaski. 

ESTES. JOHN U„ Dresden. 

ESTES, TAYLOR E., Lawrenceburg. 

EZELL, EUGENE H., Dresden. 

FESMIRE, CECIL A., R. F. D. No. 5. Lexington. 

FINDLAY, EDWARD, 618 James Bldg., Chattanooga. 

FLEECE, J. W., Memphis. 

FORSYTHE, FLOYD H., Iron City. 

FOSTER, SAM R., Corryton. 

FRAZIER, FRANKLIN DICKSON. Dickson. 

FREELS, VICTOR B., Kingsport. 

FUQUA, JOHN B., Donelson. 

GAHR, D. H., c/o Castner, Knott Co., Nashville. 

GARDNER, JAMES THOMAS, Brentwood. 

GARNER, S. W., Seymour. 

GAVIN, EDWARD MICHAEL, 804 Court Ave.. Memphis. 

GIBBS, GEORGE A., Union City. 

GILMORE, DALE J., 725— 6th Ave., Williamsport. 

GILMORE, JOHN ULYSSES, Hickson. 

GLOVER, EDGAR W., P. O. Box 311, Nashville. 

GOODNER, C. A., 131 E. Oklahoma Ave., Knoxville. 

GRAY, HERBERT A., 957 N. Furth Ave., Knoxville. 

GREER, JOHN LAWSON, R. No. 5. Knoxville. 

GUILD, JOSEPH C, 670 Vine St., Chattanooga. 

GUNTHER, GEORGE JOHN, 924 Peabody Ave.. Memphis. 

HAMMER, FRED M., 336— 5th St., Bristol 

HANSARD, ORREN HARDIN, Sweetwater. 

HARDISON, WILLIAM DAVID, m W. Haynes St., Lewisburg. 

HARKLEROAD, FRANK S., 1000 Georgia Ave.. Bristol. 

HARLAN, ALLEN D., Hampshire. 

HARRISON, JOHN M., Brunswick. 

HARSH, DAVID N., 1915 Union Ave., Memphis. 

HEARST, E. H., 113— 3d St.. Bristol. 

HENDERSON, EDWARD WILLIAM, 2509 Nolensville Rd., Nashville. 

HENDERSON, WILLIAM WARREN, Elkton. 

HENDRICK. HERVEY, Mason. 

HENDRIX, ROY W., Martin. 

HERRON, FRANK T., 350 Oak St., Chattanooga. 

HILL, PAUL S., Sparta. 

HOLT, RICHARD B., 812 Stockwell St., Nashville. 

HORTON, JOHN WILHOIT, R. R. No. 1, Chapel Hill. 

HOUSTON, WILLIAM C, Jr., Woodbury. 

HOWARD, HAL BOWEN, 169 S. Front St., Memphis. 

HOYLE, GEORGE T., 987 Littrell St., Knoxville. 

HUBBS, HUGH L., Coryton. 



HUDSON, I. R., c/o Vanderbilt University, Nashville. 

HUGGINS, WILLIAM P., 909 Russell St., Nashville. 

IRWIN, ALLO, New Tagewell. 

JARRETT, PORTER W., Winchester. 

JOHNSON, DANIEL G., Kingston. 

JOHNSON, RUSSELL V., 102 Mallory Ave., Memphis. 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM M., R. R. No. 11, Knoxville. 

KARSTAEDT, GEORGE F., 802 Vance Ave., Chattanooga. 

KERR, LEROY EDWIN, 1763 Overtany Park Ave., Memphis. 

KINKEAD, BENJAMIN H., Church Hill. 

KINKLE. GEORGE P., 384 Edith PI., Memphis. 

KNOWLTON, PAUL S., n 74 Poplar Ave., Memphis. 

LAKE, CHARLES HOFFA, 534 S. McLean Blvd., Memphis. 

LANDESS, WILLIAM McKENZIE, Court House, Chattanooga. 

LANE, GEORGE C, 275 Lucerne PI., Memphis. 

LAUGHLIN, RAY B., 75 N. Auburndale, Memphis. 

LEA, FRANK GRAVES, Lebanon. 

LEAVELL, CLARENCE STANLEY, 1272 Vinton Ave., Memphis. 

Le FEVRE, ELBERT W., Silver Point. 

LETSPEICH, RALPH C, Morristown. 

LEVY, JOSEPH LIPMAN, 222 Public Sq., Nashville. 

LIGON. R. M., Carthage. 

LINDSEY, CHARLES Q., 307 Anderson Ave., Chattanooga. 

LINDSEY, JOHN W. B., 307 Anderson Ave., Chattanooga. 

LOCH, JOHN W., 1033 Bank of Commerce Bldg., Memphis. 

LOFTON, MERRILL COLLIER, 675 McCallie Ave., Chattanooga. 

LONG, EDWIN A., 431 W. Locust St.. Johnson City. 

LOVE, JOHN W., 7th & Cherry Sts., Chattanooga. 

LOVELACE. CHARLES M., Como. 

LOVELACE, E. H., 1009 Gallatin Road, Nashville. 

LOVELY, JOHN E., R. F. D. No. 1, Coal Creek. 

LOWE, GIDEON H., Cookeville. 

LOWE, MORRISON L., Cookeville. 

LUCK. JAMES CARL, Louden. 

LUSK, PAUL K.. 411 Hyland Park Ave., Chattanooga. 

LUTON, MAXEY BRYAN, R. R. No. 2, Box 16, E., Nashville. 

LYON, T. F., Readyville. 

McALLESTER, SAMUEL JACKSON, 109 Bailey Ave., Chattanooga. 

McAMIS, JAMES C, R. F. D. No. 6, Sweetwater. 

McANULTY, WILLIAM D., Oliver. 

McCARGE, R. W., 1902 Madison Ave., Memphis. 

McCLAMROCK, WILLIAM, 506 Highland Ave., Jackson. 

McCLURE, EARL WAY, 400 Linden Ave., Memphis. 

McCONNELL, ROBERT M., 1417 W. Clinch St., Knoxville. 

McCORD, WILLIAM HUGH, Lewisburg. 

McCORMICK, G. N., 900 Bank of Commerce Bldg., Memphis. 

McCUTCHAN, HUGH H., c/o Jellica Coal Mining Co., Knoxville. 

McFADDEN, DARRAGH HAWTHORNE. 241 N. Bellevue Blvd., 

Memphis. 
McGREW, JOSEPH H., Shelbyville. 

McKEE, WILLIAM LYTLE, 105 S. Front St.. Memphis. 
McMURRY, DONALD L., 1501 Hillsboro Rd., Nashville. 
MacQUEEN, MARION LEE, 125— 4th St.. Clarksville. 
MADDOX, LOFTON V., Dellrose. 



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MADDUX, SNOWDEN D., Buffalo Valley. 

MALONEY, VICTOR CRAMER, 162 E. Liberty Ave., Covington. 

MARKS, JOSEPH J., 726 Adams Ave., Memphis. 

MARLEY, EVERETT A., 44 S. Front St., Memphis. 

MARSH, FRANK H., 305 E. sth St., Knoxville. 

MARSHALL, JAMES WILLIAM, McKenzie. 

MARTIN, W. H., Dove. 

MASSENGILL, THORNTON, Coal Creek. 

MASSEY, GLENN H., Route No. I, Alton Park. 

MIMS, EDWIN, Jr., Vanderbilt Campus, Nashville. 

MORGAN, WILLIAM HENRY, 2022 West End Ave.. Nashville. 

MOORE, BROWN W., Pin Hook Landing, Meigs Co. 

MOORE, NATHAN T., 821 N. sth Ave.. Knoxville. 

MORROW, EDWARD H., 813 Franklin St., Clarksville. 

MURRAY, CHARLES JASPER, c/o W. T. Savage Co., Knoxville. 

NANCE, WILLIAM, 107— 23d Ave. N., Nashville. 

NEWMAN, EDWARD L., 40 S. Front St., Memphis. 

ORR, J. B., Lewisburg. 

OSBORNE, A. B., Room 502, Grand Central Station, Memphis. 

OSBORNE, NATHAN O., Winchester. 

OWEN, JULIAN LEE, 1183 College St., Memphis. 

OWEN, WILLIAM C, Brownsville. 

PALMER. E. R., 1612 Exchange Bldg., Memphis. 

PARKS, JOHN E., R. F. D. No. 3, Somerville. 

PATE, ELMA B., Rutherford. 

PATTON, HARRIS PATTERSON, Vance Ave., Memphis. 

PECKTAL, JOSEPH R., Bloomingdale. 

PERCIVAL, JAMES MURRAY, 20s Monroe Ave., Memphis. 

PERRIN, CARL B., Augustine Apts., Knoxville. 

PERRY, HENRY G., R. R. No. 5, Dublin. 

PORCH. DAVID SCOTT, Waverly. 

POWELL, J. P., Box 312, Memphis. 

PRINCE, MARCUS DILLARD, Knoxville. 

PYLANT, WILLIAM C, 1612 Church St., Nashville. 

RANDOLPH, WASSELL, 638 Randolph Bldg., Memphis. 

RAY, DENNIS EZELL, Dyersburg. 

RAYMOND, RICHARD R., c/o F. W. Brode Co., Memphis. 

READ, JAMES S., Carthage. 

REAMS, CHATHAM C, McMinnville. 

REAMS, HENRY F., 1107 Chapel St., Nashville. 

REDDICK, JOHN DAVID, McKenzie. 

REVINGTON, GEORGE DALY, 5 McGahey St., Chattanooga. 

RHODES, PAUL T., 99s Madison Ave., Memphis. 

RIDEN, CLIFFORD W., R. D. No. 2, Englewood. 

ROBERTS, IRL S., Tobacco Port. 

ROBINSON, FRED D., Dowelltown. 

ROBINSON, JOHN S., 1636 Bridge St., Knoxville. 

ROBINSON, RALPH E., Jr., Sparta. 

ROGERS, ELZIA G., Sparta. 

ROSE. RAYBURN R., Springfield. 

ROSENBLATT, THOMAS A., 503 W. Main St.. Greeneville. 

ROWELL, ROBERT M., Winchester. 

RUFFIN, WILLIAM F., Covington. 

RYAN, JOHN McD., 1907 Adelicea Ave., Nashville. 



SAMPLES, JOHN F„ Madisonville. 

SCHLATER. THOMAS W., Nashville. 

SCHOOLFIELD, RAY F., Pikeville. 

SCHRIVER, ORLANDO H., Kingston Park, Knoxville. 

SCOTT, FRANK R., 839 Windsor Ave., Bristol. 

SEIFERD, STERLING BARRON, I3S7 Union St., Memphis. 

SHARP, LAWRENCE ALEXANDER, R. F. D. No. 1, Cumberland 
Gap. 

SHEA. THOMAS G., 304 No. 4th Ave., Knoxville. 

SHERF, LAWRENCE A., Cumberland Gap. 

SIMMONS, MARION R., c/o B. J. Simmons, 923 Chestnut St., Chat- 
tanooga. 

SMITH, CASEY, Brunswick. 

SMITH, WILLIAM WHITTHORN, La Follette. 

SPARROW, ROBERT G., Elliston Apts., Nashville. 

SRYGLEY, ROY K., 16 Academy PI., Nashville. 

STANFIELD, JOHN H., 6512 Alston Ave., Memphis. 

STEWART, RANDALL, Box No. 3, Nashville. 

STEWART, WILLIAM M., c/o Meacham Stewart & Co., Memphis. 

STOCKELL, HENRY COOPER, 323 Fatherland St., Nashville. 

STONE, OSCAR L., Madison. 

SULLINS, JAMES MITCHELL, 408 W. Main St.. Knoxville. 

SUSONG, WILLIAM A., Greeneville. 

SWAN, JAMES H., 2104 N. Broadway, Knoxville. 

SWINGLE, JOHN W., Hoxon. 

TANKSLEY, ALBERT J., 1307 Domonbreun St.. Nashville. 

TANKSLEY, WILLIAM A., Woodbine Sta., Nashville. 

TARBENBLATT, SAM, 290 N. Main St., Memphis. 

TARWATER, FREEMAN, Sevierville. 

TESTERMAN, BEN HARRISON, East Main St., Rogersville. 

THACKTON, HENRY B., Elmwood. 

THOMAS, JULIAN JOHNSON, 2188 Courtland Ave., Memphis. 

THOMAS, LAVENS M., 236 Oak St., Chattanooga. 

THOMASON, RICHMOND F , McKenzie. 

THOMPSON, HARRY GEORGE, 387 Boyd Place, Memphis. 

THORNTON, JOHN E., 308 Locust St., Knoxville. 

TIPTON, MURLEY E., R. F. D. No. 2, Limestone. 

TRIBLE, WILLIAM C, 800 Fair St., Franklin. 

TRICE, HARVEY M., c/o Central Oil Mills, Jackson. 

TUNNELL, TRENTON R., Morristown. 

VAN DYKE. JAMES W., R. F. D. No. 5. Paris. 

VAN GILDER, JOHN S., c/o C. M. McClung & Co., Knoxville. 

VAN NESS, STEVEN A., 1508 Hay St., Nashville. 

VARNER, JOSEPH C, 2 Ferger Apt., Chattanooga. 

VOSS, RONALD LAFAYETTE, R. No. 2, Columbia. 

WADDELL, JOSEPH KEMPER. 176 W. Iowa Ave., Memphis. 

WADE, FRED, Pope. 

WADLINGTON, JESSE W., Jr., 1436 Bank Commerce Bldg., Memphis. 

WALKER, PAUL E., Ridgely. 

WALKER, THOMAS P., Santa Fe. 

WALLACE, HOMER ERNEST, Morristown. 

WARDE, WILLIAM E., 878 Meda Ave., Memphis. 

WARNER, J. H., 2001 McCallie Ave., Chattanooga. 

WARWICK, CHARLES HENRY. 803 Stollman Bldg.. Nashville. 



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WASHINGTON, FRANCIS A., Murfreesboro. 

WEBB, HARRY G., Whiteville. 

WELLS, CLAIBORNE F„ Culleoka. 

WEXLER, DAN B., Piney Flats. 

WHITAKER, JOHN L., 405 E. Park St., Knoxville. 

WHITE, DORSEY B., 394 Avalon PL, Memphis. 

WHITELAW, JAMES W., 760 Adams Ave., Memphis. 

WIGGINGTON. THOMAS A., Jr., 109 Garland Ave., Nashville. 

WILBURN, EDGAR C, Midway. 

WILKINS, LEWIS ANDERSON, 849 E. 9th St., Chattanooga. 

WILLIAMS, ELMER B., 27 S. McLean Blvd., Memphis. 

WILLIAMS, EUGENE M., 152 E. Main St., Maryville. 

WILLIAMS, MALCOLM RALPH, 161 National Ave., Chattanooga. 

WILSON, CLYDE H., c/o State Normal School, Memphis. 

WILSON, LAMAR S., College Sta., Marville. 



WILSON, MARVIN, R. F. D. No. 4, Ripley. 

WINER, GEORGE. 618 Carlisle PI., Chattanooga. 

WINFREY, CHARLES H., Concord. 

WITHERINGTON, A. M., Sharon. 

WITHERS, ARTHUR H., 166 N. Willett St., Memphis. 

WOMACK, WILLIAM C, 4th & 1st Nat'l Bank, Nashville. 

WOOTEN, WILLIAM ARTHUR, 47 Union Ave., Memphis. 

WRIGHT, CHARLES BAGLEY, Fayetteville. 

WRIGHT, NOLEN L., Woodbine Branch P. O., Nashville. 

WRINKLE, STACEY L., Cleveland. 

WYCKOFF, JOHN HART, 147 Granville PL, Memphis. 

YOUNG, SAM E., E. Tenn. Nafl Bank Bldg., Knoxville. 

YOUNGERMAN, GUY C, Lexington. 

ZIMMERMAN, C. W., 219 Hill St., Memphis. 



TEXAS 



ABERNATHY. JESSE J., 520 N. 18th St., Waco. 

ABNEY, JOHN D., Hillsboro. 

ABRIGHT, JOSEPH H., 3902 Cole Ave., Dallas. 

ABSHIRE, WILLIAM F., 47s S. 22d St., Paris. 

ADAIR, GARLAND, Marshall. 

ADAMS, ERNEST W., Humble. 

ADAMS, G. C, 308 S. Winnetra St., Dallas. 

ADAMS, JAMES VERNON, 1600 W. 7th St., Taylor. 

ADAMS, JAY S., 517 Gibbs Bldg., San Antonio. 

AGERTON, JAMES P., 274s May St., Ft. Worth. 

ALEXANDER, ABE, La Grange. 

ALEXANDER, J. W., Lampasas. 

ALEXANDER, R. H., Childress. 

ALLEN, B. F., Box No. 26, Midland. 

ALVES, HENRY F., 714 Sherman St., San Antonio. 

ANDERSON, CLARK B., Wellington. 

ANDERSON, FOREST M., 809 N. Bishop Ave., Dallas. 

ANDERSON, FRED, Station "A," R. F. D. No. 1, Dallas. 

ANDREWS, HENRY G., 480 E. McHarg Ave., Stamford. 

ARDIS, JACK, Sulphur Springs. 

ARLITT, NORMAN M., 2708 Guadaloupe St., Austin. 

ARMSTRONG, JAMES E., Ennis. 

ASH, JOHN V., Hightower. 

ATKINSON, CARROL S., 804 Chestnut St., Lufkin. 

ATTERBURY, JAMES C, 3813 S. Roberts St., Greenville. 

ATWELL, WEBSTER, 5411 Swiss Ave., Dallas. 

BAADE, JOHN E., 503 N. 5th St., Waco. 

BABB, JERRELL C, Sweetwater. 

BAHAN, EMMONS RICHARD, R. R. No. 4, Box No. 370 A, Ft. 

Worth. 
BAKER, HINES H., 218 E. 25th St., Austin. 
BAKER, L. J. S., 408 Grand Ave., Waxahachie. 
BAKER, RICHARD R., Jr., Crockett. 
BALLARD, EDGAR EUGENE, 134 Bolivar St., Denton. 
BANKS, CLINTON STANLEY, 2424 Buena Vista St., San Antonio. 
BARHART, WILLIAM T., Roane. 



BARLOW, CLARENCE L., 703 N. Catherine St., Terrell. 

BARLOW, JOHN L., Midlothian. 

BARNARD, LOVIC J., Knox City. 

BARNES, BONNER H., Box 268, College Station. 

BARNETT, ROY W., El Campo. 

BARTON, JAY A., Higgins. 

BARTZ, IZZIE H., Rosebud. 

BASS, RALPH O., Clifton. 

BATES, FRANK D., 810 Sumpter Bldg., Dallas. 

BATES, WARREN W., Beeville. 

BEAVERS, GEORGE HERBERT, Jr., Benjamin. 

BECK, CURT FELIX WALTER, 51 19 Junius St., Dallas. 

BELL, JAMES H., Dimmitt. 

BELL, ROBERT S., 1520 McKell St., Dallas. 

BELL, WILLIAM HARRIS, 802 San Antonio St., Austin. 

BENNETT, WILLIAM CHARLES, 322 Lotus St., San Antonio. 

BERKSHIRE, WILLIAM STEWART, El Paso. 

BERRY, WILLIAM T., Vernon. 

BERTRAND, SHANNON M., Park Hotel, Dallas. 

BEUTELL, HUSS M., 2730 Wyoming St., El Paso. 

BIVENS, JEFFERSON DAVIS, Tulia. 

BLANTON, JEPTHA W., Jr., 407 Bowser Ave., Dallas. 

BLOCKER, OTTO, Avery. 

BLUCHER, JULIUS I., 211 N. Carrizo St., Corpus Christi. 

BLUNTZER, ROBERT DOUGHERTY, Ave Maria Ranch, Robstown. 

BOBO, VICTOR T., Box 126, Florence. 

BOESCH, F. J., 1st National Bank, Whitney. 

BONDURANT, ELMER R., 3030 Frankfort St., El Paso. 

BONHAM, W. E., Jr., Bryarly. 

BONNER, HARRY L., 205 Clay St., Waco. 

BONNER. SHEARON, 4102 Gaston Ave., Dallas. 

BOROUGHS, JAMES M., 211 E. 25th St., Austin. 

BOULTER, ELMER H., R. F. D. No. 1, Box No. 57. Mullin. 

BOWDEN, RUPERT C, Webster Bldg., Port Arthur. 

BOWLES, ROBERT B., 1015 Leland Ave., Houston. 

BOYD, ADAM H., Franklin. 



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BRADEN, ARTHUR L., 914 S. Pressa St., San Antonio. 

BRADEN, CLARENCE C, Jefferson. 

BRAY, MANLY C, 5120 Crutcher St., Dallas. 

BRENHOLTZ, HAROLD, Turnersville. 

BRISCOE, WILLIAM P., Fulshear, Ft. Bend Co. 

BROOKS, B. T., Bangs. 

BROUN, GEORGE T., 320 Perlstein Bldg., Beaumont. 

BROWN, CARLOS L., 808 Melwood Ave., Brownwood. 

BROWN, GEORGE B., 102 E. 15th St., Austin. 

BROWN, JAMES EDWIN, McGregor. 

BROWN. SAMUEL MORTIMER, 102 E. 15th St., Austin. 

BROWN, STEPHEN D.. 2304 Thomas Ave., Dallas. 

BROWNING, SELMA K., 1313 S. 7th St., Waco. 

BRUCE, ETHAN W.. Commerce. 

BRUCKS, ERNEST W., Hondo, Medina Co. 

BRYAN, ERLE D., Chilton. 

BRYANT, JOHN G., c/o San Antonio Brick Co., San Antonio. 

BRYCE, ALAN T., Electra. 

BURK, WILLIAM R., Lockhart. 

BURKE, ALBERT L., Prosper. 

BURKHOLDER, JACOB ELLIOTT, 2516 Thomas Ave.. Dallas. 

BURNET, THOMAS C. 515 Goliad St., San Antonio. 

BURNETT, CLAIR L., Maryford Hotel, San Antonio. 

BURTON, PAUL L., 2508 McKinney Ave., Dallas. 

BUSTER, K., Weatherford. 

BUTTS, HALLECK ALLISON, 1417 Tremont St., Galveston. 

CABANISS, CRAMER C, Lockhart. 

CABANISS, WILLIAM M.. Lockhart. 

CALDWELL, JOSEPH E., 1003 N. Preston St., Ennis. 

CALDWELL, THOMAS J., 1009 W. 6th St.. Austin. 

CALLENDER, RICHARD ERVIN, Rosenberg. 

CALLICUTT, JAMES MADISON, 503 W. 19th St., Austin. 

CAMP, BERTRAND H., Thorndale. 

CAMP, JOSEPH W., Paris. 

CAMPBELL, NORMAN N., 4304 Live Oak St., Dallas. 

CAPERS, H. R., 3927 Bowser Ave., Dallas. 

CARMICHAEL, RAY, Saint Jo. 

CARPENTER, HAROLD D., Sour Lake. 

CARR, SAMUEL B., Floresville. 

CARRAWAY, ARCHIE C, Killeen. 

CARTER, JOHN L., Winnsboro. 

CASON, HARRY J., 1202 N. 18th St.. West Ave., Waco. 

CASON. WILLIAM W., 331 W. Page Ave., Dallas. 

CATON. WILLIAM O., Stamford. 

CHANDLER, HOMER HUEL. 848— 6th St., Port Arthur. 

CHRISTIAN. JAMES R., 221 Hawthorn St.. Houston. 

CLAIBORNE, SIDNEY J., Box No. 43s, Coleman. 

CLARK, CHARLES H.. 816 Houston St., Ft Worth. 

CLINE, ALLYN R., c/o Houston Land & Trust Co., Houston. 

COBB, WILLARD H., 2002 Ave. "F," Galveston. 

COCKE, J. RUSH, Box 763, Waxahachie. 

COERS, LELAND S., San Marcos. 

COLE, CLINTON E., Sumner. 

COLEMAN, CHARLES NORTON. 1017 Chaparral St., Corpus Christi. 



COLLIE, OWEN P., 2814 Ave. "D," Polytechnic. 

COLLINS, ARTHUR, Comanche. 

COLLINS, ARTHUR, Hurley Ave., Ft. Worth. 

CONDICT, WILSON C, c/o Dallas News, Dallas. 

COOKSEY, JAMES B., 501 W. 3rd Ave., Corsicana. 

COOPER, DUNCAN C, Georgetown. 

COOPER, F. A., Jefferson. 

COOPWOOD, THOMAS BENTON, Jr., Lockhart. 

CORNETT, GUY J., Grand View. 

COUCH, VIRGIL LEON, R. F. D. No. 1, Bowie. 

COURTNEY, QUINTARD p., 4I5 6 Cole Ave., Dallas. 

COWLING, LON W„ Mineral Wells. 

COX, ARTHUR B., 421 Woodward Ave.. Cleburne. 

COX. G. L., Stephenville. 

COX, HENRY R., 2603 Wichita St., Austin. 

COX, ROBERT L., 1000 W. Chestnut St., Denison. 

CRANE, MICHAEL E., 4005 Gaston Ave., Dallas. 

CRAWFORD, JOHN N., Box No. 185, Palacios. 

CROCKER, RUPERT B., Arkansas Pass. 

CROMWELL, F. R., 801 Pennsylvania Ave., Ft. Worth. 

CRUTCHER, ISAAC H., Jr., 628 Broadway, Tyler. 

CULBERTSON, MARVIN C, Hamlin. 

CULLINAN, JOSEPH L., Laredo. 

CURRY, JOSEPH, Reagan. 

DALE, WARREN J., 2308 Rio Grande St., Austin. 

DALTON. WILLIAM B., 5" Corto St., El Paso. 

DANIEL, C. D., 907 Spaight St., Waco. 

DANIEL, MICHAEL ENOCH, 1000 Washington St., Waco. 

DANIEL, WILLIAM A., R. R. No. 2, Quitman. 

DAVIES, JOSEPH S., 1312 Hemphill St.. Ft. Worth. 

DAVIS, LYNN B.. R. F. D. No. 2, Center. 

DAVIS, VICTOR E., Itasca. 

DAY, GARLAND, 723 N. Bishop Ave., Dallas. 

DAY. LEMUEL E., 2253 Alston Ave., Ft. Worth. 

DEASON, MARK J., 2510 Boll St., Dallas. 

DeBUSK, HENRY L., Sweetwater. 

DENBY, WALTER J., Jacksonville. 

DENTLER, JOHN ANDREW EUGENE, Camp McArthur, Waco. 

DEVINEY. MARVIN L., Martindale. 

DICKERSON, R. G., 709 Praotorian Bldg., Waco. 

DICKEY, FRANK G., 4910 Victor St., Dallas. 

DIGGS, WILLIAM AMMON, Angleton. 

DILLEHAY, CLAUD H.. Decatur. 

DINIUS, BURNETT B., Brazoria. 

DIX, JOHN J.. 338 W. Johnson St., San Antonio. 

DOUGLAS. LESLIE L., 2018 W. 10th St., Dallas. 

DOUGLASS, ASTYANAXS., 31 18 Ave. "M," Polytechnic. 

DRYNAN. ARTHUR C, Box 332. Dallas. 

DUCKWORTH. WALTER S., Post City. 

DUKE, WILBOR B., Dublin. 

DUFFY, CHARLES HASTRICH. 2018 McKinney Ave.. Houston. 

DULS. WILLIAM H., Legal Dept.. S. & W. Telephone Co., Dallas. 

DUNCAN, ULRIC D., 925 Proctor St.. Port Arthur. 

DUNLAP, BERNARD P.. 3908 Gaston Ave., Dallas. 



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DUNN. THEODORE L., Y. M. C. A., Houston. 
DURINGER, ROBERT C, 910 N. Lake St., Ft. Worth. 
DYCUS, JEWELL EUGENE, 1608 Hempfield St., Ft. Worth. 
DYCUS, S. GAGE, 623 Burnett St., Ft. Worth. 
EATON, ALFRED H., Ft. Worth. 
EASLEY, RAY K., 3307 Ave. "P," Ft. Worth. 
ECHOLS, LEROY, Coahoma. 
ECKMAN, ROBERT L., 303 Roy St., Houston. 
EDDINS, JESSE M„ Marlin. 

EDRINGTON, ELDRIDGE, 301 Craig St., Hillsboro. 
EDWARDS, AUGUSTINE D„ 603 Pacific Ave., Terrell. 
EDWARDS, BENJAMIN F., Clarksville. 
EDWARDS, JOSEPH EMERSON, Troup. 
EDWARDS, W. Q., Crawford. 
EDWARDS, WILLIAM O., Crawford. 
EGGER, HAROLD L., Greenville. 
EGGER, WILLIAM L., 700 W. Texas St., Denison. 
EILERS, LOUIS M., 309 East Peaca St., San Antonio. 
EINSELOHR, OTTO H., 1100 E. 8th St., Dallas. 
EISENBERG, MAURICE, 510 Nolan St., San Antonio. 
ELLINGHAUSEN. EDWIN H.. Floresville. 
ELLIOTT, FRANK W., 2201 Washington Ave., Ft. Worth. 
ELLIOTT, HENRY P., Springtown. 
ELLIS, ANDREW C, Gen. Del., Burke. 
EMERY, OLIN C, Lewisville. 
ENGELHARD, VICTOR, Eagle Lake. 
ENGELMAN, LORENZO P., Plainview. 
ESKRIDGE, EDWIN L., Venus. 
ESTILL, CECIL R„ Bryan. 
ETHRIDGE, WYLIE E., Aledo. 
EVANS, ALTON A., 1422 Pruitt St., Ft. Worth. 
EVANS, COXEY, Crowley. 
EVANS, DAVID CROCKETT, Ira. 
EVANS, JOHN W., Uvalde. 

EVANS, PAUL WADSWORTH, 217 Guatimosin St., Laredo. 
EVANS, WILLIAM LEROY, Ft. Worth. 

FAUNTLEROY, FRANK B., 1108 Burnett St., Wichita Falls. 
FEARS, CHARLES W., 319 W. Franklin St., Waxahachie. 
FEATHERSTON, SOLON RICHMOND, Asperroont. 
FITZGERALD, NUGENT E., 3600 E. 26th St., Bryan. 
FLADGER, JOSEPH A., Royse City. 
FLEMING, FRANK A., 312 W. Central Ave., Temple. 
FOLEY. WILLIAM E., Fuqua. 
FORD, JAMES B., Coryell. 
FORE, JACK E., 3824 Gillon Ave., Dallas. 
FORSYTH, GEORGE A., McKinney. 
FOSTER, ALEXANDER G., El Paso. 
FOSTER, JOSEPH H., 2319 Lipscomb St., Ft. Worth. 
FOSTER, WILLIAM J., 923 Travis St., Ft. Worth. 
FOULKS, ROBERT L., Ft. Worth Club, Ft. Worth. 
FOWLER, DEWEY, Wolfe City. 
FOX, EDWIN, c/o Butler Bros., Dallas. 

FRANCIS, CHARLES I., c/o Weeks, Weeks, and Francis, Lyrs., Wich- 
ita Falls. 



FRANKLIN, WILLIAM C, Baird. 

FRANKS, GROVER C, Gonzales. 

ERASER, CLAUD KIRK, Robstown. 

FRASER, JOHN A., Jr., 1501 Main Ave., San Antonio. 

FRENCH, CHARLES C, 117 S. Edgefield Ave., Dallas. 

FRENCH, WILLIAM A., Kaufman. 

FRITZ, HARRY R., 281s Woodside Ave., Dallas. 

FROTH, W. Z., Sour Lake. 

FULBRIGHT, ALFRED H., 1219 S. Sycamore St., Palestine. 

GABRYSCH, DANIEL T., Falls City. 

GALLOWAY, THOMAS A., Peniel. 

GARDNER, HUNTER E., Ft. Worth. 

GARRETT. BLINN KIMBROUGH, 313 E. 16th St., Austin. 

GARRISON, LLOYD R., 146 N. Elm St., Denton. 

GARTMAN, SOLOMON C, Robert Lee. 

GAY, JOSEPH B., Mexia. 

GAY, ROBERT N., 2713 Washington St., Waco. 

GEUE, CHESTER W., 1606 San Jacinto St., Austin. 

GIBBS, ERNEST Y., 1415 Ave. "B," Brownwood. 

GIBBONS, FRED, 3505 Swiss Ave., Dallas. 

GIESECKE, WALTER G., 228 Washington St., San Antonio. 

GIESSEL, MAX ALBERT, Carmine. 

GILBERT, ELLIE LOUIS, 817 Cherry St., Ft. Worth. 

GILBERT, JOSEPH FELIX, Kirbyville. 

GILCHRIST, PATRICK H., Bon Wier. 

GILLEN, RALPH KENNIE, 1321 Fairmont Ave., Ft. Worth. 

GILLESPIE, FRANK MORGAN, R. F. D. No. 10, Vance Ranch, San 

Antonio. 
GILL1LAND, TAYLOR, Floresville. 
GILLMAN, JOSEPH L., in— 3d St., Corpus Christi. 
GILMER, HIRAM B., 3402 Garratt St., Houston. 
GIPSON, CARRE D., Hondo. 
GIRARD, STUART A., 12 Heisig Apts., Houston. 
GLENN, JOHN W., 505 S. Mary St., Tyler. 
GLENNEY, JOSEPH, 1101 McGregar Ave., Houston. 
GOESSLING, SEYMOUR F., Tyler. 
GOLDING, DUDLEY S., Houston. 

GOODMAN, JAMES MATTHEW, 314 W. Main St., Waxahachie. 
GOOGINS, JOHN C, 1101 Penn St., Ft. Worth. 
GOSE, HENRY HALSELL, Decatur. 
GRAVES, JOHN A.. Jr., Cuero. 
GRAY, J. R., Terrell. 

GRAY, OSCAR S., 601 Johnson St., Terrell. 
GREEN, HIX H., 106 E. Ashby Place, San Antonio. 
GREEN, LUTHER W., La Mesa. 
GREGG, JOHN ERNEST, Decatur. 
GRIFFIN, CHARLES J., Houston Heights. 
GRIFFING, AARON B.. Wilson. 
GRISSOM, OPHA HAMILTON, Longview. 
GRUBBS, THOMAS W., 1128 E. Walworth St., Greenville. 
GUICE, HERMAN HUNTER, 1429 S. Jennings Ave., Ft. Worth. 
HADLEY, R. H., 304 San Francisco St., El Paso. 
HALE, WILLIAM H., Hico. 
HALL, SETH SHEPPARD, 5627 Victor St., Dallas. 



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HAMMOND, DAVIS S., 335 Lamar Ave., Paris. 

HANSON, IRVEN E., Perry Landing. 

HARDAWAY, JOHN FLETCHER, Kaufman. 

HARKIN, JOHN D., 623 Hemphill St., Ft. Worth. 

HARKIN, JOHN DENNIS, Box No. 174, Somerville. 

HARRELL, P. V., P. 0. Box No. 142, Brownwood. 

HARRIS, ARTHUR WALDO, 322 W. 29th St., Texarcana. 

HARRIS, CHARLES W., S. Henderson St., Ft. Worth. 

HARRIS, NASH A., 409 S. Marsalis Ave., Dallas. 

HARRIS, PRINCE Y., c/o Western Indemnity Co., Dallas. 

HARTER, BERNARD J., 10s Anders St., Marlin. 

HARVEY. EARL T., 1906 Henderson St., Ft. Worth. 

HAWKINS, ERNEST C, Rice. 

HAYNES, GORDON H., Ennis. 

HEATH, BEVERLY C. ChUdress. 

HEDRICK, J. C, Huntsville. 

HEICHELHEIM, ADOLPH LOUIS, 602 W. 9th St., Austin. 

HELMS. RAMEY WATSON, Celina. 

HELTZEL, CARL S., 1417 Jennings Ave., Ft. Worth. 

HEMPHILL, JOHN B., 402 W. Beauregard Ave., San Angelo. 

HENDERSON, GEORGE A., 74 S. 28th St.. Paris. 

HENEGAR, EUGENE L., Gordon. 

HENRY, CLAUDE M., 4712 Bryan St., Dallas. 

HENRY. LAWRENCE LEE, Lancaster. 

HENSON, WILLIAM S., c/o Dallas News, Dallas. 

HERN, CLAUDE A., 718 Cantegral St., Dallas. 

HESTER, GEORGE COON, Burnet. 

HIGHBERGER, JOHN C, 906 Cannon Ave., Ft. Worth. 

HILL. ROSS D., 302 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.. El Paso. 

HINCKLEY, HERBERT McDONALD, 4006 Ross Ave., Dallas. 

HINES, JOHN E., 2926 Grand Ave., El Paso. 

HODGES, JOSEPH S., 171 W. Hickory St., Denton. 

HOFFMAN. HENRY G.. Everman. 

HOGAN, CYRIL L., 218 W. Main St.. Houston. 

HOLLINGSWORTH, NOEL, Frost. 

HOLT, CHARLES M., 340 Hickory St., Abilene. 

HOLT, W. H., Bridgeport. 

HOOKER, LESTER LEE, Gorman. 

HOOPER. DWIGHT W., Marble Falls. 

HOOPER. EUGENE S., Jr., Box No. 35. Ft. Worth. 

HOPKINS, ARTHUR GORMAN, 611 N. Travis St., Sherman. 

HOPKINS, EDWARD D., 1608 West Ave., Austin. 

HOPSON, MARTIN L., Roby. 

HORTON, NORMAN B., Denton. 

HUBBELL, JAY B., 4621 Ross Ave., Dallas. 

HUBBELL, PORTER T., 415 Westmoreland Ave., Houston. 

HUCKABEE. ERITT V., Leonard. 

HUEBNER, ERNEST A., 327 Lafitte St., San Antonio. 

HUGGINS, REX LLOYD, 445 N. Beal St., Belton. 

HUGHES, VERNON, Timpson. 

HUMBER, JASON, Bay City. 

HUNT. OSCAR THOMAS, Gunter. 

HUNTER, THOMAS A., 506 Interurban Bldg., Dallas. 

HURST, WILLIAM C, Clilton. 



HUSTON, CLEBURNE, Henderson. 

IKARD, IAN D., Petrolia. 

ILFELD, LESTER R., Laredo. 

JACKSON, BRENT CARROLL, West Oak St., Denton. 

JACKSON, C. B., R. F. D. No. 2, Goldthwaite. 

JACKSON, DANIEL W.. 3202 Milam St., Houston. 

JACKSON, WILLIAM W., Dorchester. 

JACKSON WILLIS WOOD, Liberty Hill. 

JARVIS, JULIAN F.. Troup. 

JENKINS, JOSEPH A., Caldwell. 

JENKINS. MADDEN D., Italy. 

JERNIGAN, FRED SMITH, Dallas. 

JOHNSON, F. O. B., University Y. M. C. A.. Austin. 

JOHNSON, HUGHY ARLYN, Box No. 35, Humble. 

JOLLEY, GEORGE C. Lockhart. 

JONES, ARTHUR N., 600 N. 10th St., Corsicana. 

JONES, DUDLEY B., 12 N. 21st St., Temple. 

JONES, ERNEST T., Grand View. 

JONES, GEORGE L., R. F. D. No. 2, Gladewater. 

JONES, THOMAS E., Jermyn. 

JONES, WILBOURNE O., c/o City Engineering Dept., Ft. Worth. 

JORDAN, ELVERSE M., Carthage. 

JORDAN, IRVINE GLENN, 412 N. Haskell Ave., Dallas. 

JORDAN. WILLIAM L., Rockwall. 

JOSSERAND, LOUIS PETER, Groveton. 

JOYNER, BENTON F., 503 E. Front St., Tyler. 

JUNGMAN, ARTHUR HENRY. Hondo, Medina Co. 

KARBACH, WALTER J.. Lockhart. 

KEAHEY, JOHN R. J., Box No. 210, Rockwall. 

KEITH, WILLIAM WELLS, 416 Brighton Ave., Dallas. 

KELLY, JESSE J., 512 Lalar St., Ft. Worth. 

KELLY, JOSEPH BERNARD, Nueces Hotel, Corpus Christi. 

KELLY, WILLIAM P.. 602 Browder St., Dallas. 

KENDALL, CLARENCE, 2612 Brazos St., Houston. 

KENNA, WILLIAM T., Hemphill. 

KENNARD, STERLING A., Cleburne. 

KENNEDY, CHARLES T., 2206 Park St., Greenville. 

KENNON. LOUIS H., 114 E. 13th St., Cameron. 

KERR, JAMES L., Jacksonville. 

KING, H. G., Call Junction. 

KING, PAUL A., 411 W. 12th St.. Dallas. 

KNAPP, HERBERT TOLFREE, Park Hotel, Dallas. 

KNEELAND, ARCHIBALD P., Knights of Columbus Hall, San 

Antonio. 
KNIGHT, RICHARD ALLEN, 2804 Maple Ave., Dallas. 
KOLM, ROBERT N., Box 152, Putnam. 
KOONS. PAUL C, Garwood. 
LACY, GEORGE C, Denton. 

LA FORCE, STEPHEN C, 303 N. Catherine St., Farwell. 
LAMB, U. L., Vineyard. 

LANDERS, GROVER W., 302 Broadway Courts, Corpus Christi. 
LANE, REEVES M., 3306 McKinney Ave., Dallas. 
LAUGHLIN, PAUL ALLEN. Box 287, Waco. 
LAVENDER, HENRV G., Lancaster. 



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LAWLER, ROBERT W., 406 Hickory St., Abilene. 
LEAMAN, ROY G., 339— 17th St., Houston. 
LEONARD, BOWEN R., 501 N. Cedar St., San Marcos. 
LEMMON, McHENRY HAMPTON, 4506 Munger St., Dallas. 
LESSING, GUNTHER R., 60s Martin Bldg., El Paso. 
LESTER, MAX MILTON, 2901 McKinney Ave., Dallas. 
LEVI, LEON A., 2819 Forest Ave., Dallas. 
LIGON, JOHN N., 1310 Franklin St., Waco. 
LIMMER, ANDREW MADISON, P. O. Box No. 43, Bartlett. 
LIPSCOMB, MATTHEW C. 1308 Busch Bldg., Dallas. 
LIPSCOMB, THOMAS G., Saron. 

LITTLEFIELD, ROBERT J., Jr., 4000 Juneus St., Dallas. 
LIVINGSTON, L. J., Chilton. 

LONGCOPE, EDMUND McLEOD, 2004 Harvard St., Houston. 
LOVE, A. C, Terrell. 
LOVELAND, AMOS W., San Angelo. 
LUTHER, J., Palacios. 

LUTZ, HENRY M., 313 Roseborough Place, San Antonio. 
LYON, HORACE T., 312 S. Ochoa St., El Paso. 
McANELLY, LEE C, Jonesboro. 
McCAMPBELL, LLOYD E., Sherman. 
McCARY, OSCAR P., Mineola, Wood Co. 
McCAULEY, HENRY LEAKE, 4411 Swiss Ave., Dallas. 
McCAULEY, JOHN SLOANE, 4411 Swiss Ave., Dallas. 
McCLAERY, BENJAMIN S., Honey Grove. 
McCLEERY, D. C, Beeville. 
McCLELLAN, J. D., Gatesville. 
McCLENDON, HOMER P., Ben Arnold. 
McCLURE, PORTER EWING, Burkburnett. 
McCOLLOCH, LOUIS B., 407 Columbus St., Waco. 
McCOLLOUGH, WILLIAM BENJAMIN, 435 S. Presa St., San An- 
tonio. 
McCONNELL. WILLIAM L., San Saba. 
McCULLOUGH, EUGENE B., 116 W. Kaufman St., Paris. 
McCULLOUGH, GEORGE W., 1108 N. 18th St., Waco. 
McCUTCHESON, JOHN HENRY, Jr., 1201 E. Nevada St., El Paso. 
McDONALD. JAMES L., Orange. 
MCDONNELL, ALLAN V., 1504 Austin Ave.. Waco. 
McGAW, CLARENCE E., 2720 Ave. "B," Ft. Worth. 
McGOWN, LEE, Plainview. 
McHAM, RALPH, 450 Margaret St., Davis. 

McHANEY, KEMPER CORNELIUS, 407— 8th St., San Antonio. 
McHENRY, ALBERT C, Mission. 
McKAY, HORACE L., 433 W. Jefferson Ave., Dallas. 
McKAY, LESLIE L., Austin. 
McKEE, SAMUEL I., Honey Grove. 
McKENZIE, DELBERT A., Floresville. 
McKNIGHT, JOHN B., Carlsbad. 

McLEAN, JAMES McGRADY, 1805 Alston Ave., Ft. Worth. 
McMURRAY, THOMAS N„ Three Rivers, Live Oak Co. 
McNEILL, SAMUEL V., 1517 Ave. "H," Galveston. 
McREYNOLDS, REX, 1627 N. 5th St., Waco. 
MAHAN, WILLIAM H., 200 W. Sycamore St., Denton. 
MAHON, WILLIAM H., 102 Rodgers St., Ft. Worth. 



MALLORY, KINNIE S., R. F. D. No. 5, Mineola. 

MALLORY, YOUNG B., 132 Graham St., Harris. 

MALONE, BAILEY C, Ferris, Ellis Co. 

MALONE, CARROLL R.. 427 W. Concho Ave., San Angelo. 

MARTIN, GEORGE L„ R. F. D. No. 1, Gause. 

MARTYN, WILLIAM P., 3122 Hood St., Dallas. 

MASCHECK, OSWALD H., 308 Nolan St., Beaumont. 

MASON, JAMES C, 3717 Lexington Ave., Dallas. 

MATLOCK, WILLIAM T., Floresville. 

MATTHEWS, GARRET E., Temple. 

MAXWELL, ELBERT OSCAR, 419 E. 6th St., Bonham. 

MAXWELL, JAMES HARVEY, 908 W. 6th St., Austin. 

MEADE. S. A., 200 N. 5th St., Bonham. 

MERRELL, ROBERT E., Keller. 

MIKELL, BUNYON, Navarro. 

MILAM, BENJAMIN, 1401 Austin Ave., Waco. 

MILLER, HORACE O., Stamford. 

MILLER, RICHARD S., San Saba. 

MILLER. WYLOE NEWLAND, Wildorado. 

MILLIKEN, CLYDE H., R. F. D., No. 4, Box 218, Ft. Worth. 

MILLIS, EUGENE R., ill Preston Ave., Houston. 

MILROY, HAMILTON, 807 Scanlon Bldg., Houston. 

MISTROT, GUSTAVE A., 1504 Clay Ave., Houston. 

MITCHELL, CLAUDIE LEE, 1607 E. Front St., Ft. Worth. 

MITCHELL, JESSE KEYS, 320 N. 8th St.. Temple. 

MIXON, GROVER CLEVELAND, Rockland. 

MIZELL, JOHN L., Waxahachie. 

MONTEITH, WALTER E., so8 W. Alabama Ave., Houston. 

MOON, J. N., 607 Commerce St., Ft. Worth. 

MOORE, AUBREY J., R. D. No. 5, Temple. 

MOORE, L. D., 422 Barrett PI., San Antonio. 

MOORE, VAUGHAN HENRY. 2716 Live Oak St., Dallas. 

MORAN, CLAUDE L., Leroy. 

MORRIS, CLAUDE L., Vega. 

MORRIS, JOSEPH B., Box No. 3, Beaumont. 

MOSELEY, CHARLES G., Paris. 

MOULTON, FREDERICK H., 2118 N. King St., GreenvUle. 

MULLANE. WILLIAM A., 3016 Odin Ave.. Houston. 

MURRIE, CHARLES M., 146 S. 30th St., Paris. 

MYERS, ISAAC C, c/o Grand Leader, Palestine. 

NANCE, HORACE HERNDON, Cleburne. 

NANCE, MORRIS HERNDON, Cleburne. 

NASH, PAUL EDWARD, 709 Sunset Ave., Dallas. 

NATHAN, WILLIAM M.. 1905 Bell Ave., Houston. 

NEAL, ARTHUR L., Buffalo Gap. 

NEBLETT, VIVIAN R., Sweetwater. 

NEECE, RICHARD D.. Corsicana. 

NELSON, ALLEN E., Clifton. 

NELSON, CARTER V., P. O. Box No. 143, Ft. Worth. 

NETZER, F. S., Laredo. 

NEWBY, JERRY B., 426 East Commerce, San Antonio. 

NEWKIRK. ARTHUR T. E., c/o Humble Oil & Refg. Co., Houston. 

NEWMAN, LOUIS GRAY, c/o T. Ranck, Arlie. 

NEWTON, CHARLES H., Midlothian. 



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NICE, FRANK A., 1601 Louisiana St., Houston. 

NIX, WILLIAM F.. Plainview. 

NOLEN, ROBERT E., 1100 Indiana Ave., Wichita Falls. 

O'NEIL, A., Wellington. 

OATES, CYRIL J., Eastland. 

OATES, MERLIN. Carlton. 

OBENCHAIN, THOMAS H., 6004 Bryan Parkway, Dallas. 

OGILVIE, FRANK A., 1020 S. Connor Ave.. Polytechnic. 

OKARD, IAN DOUGLAS, Petrovia. 

ORD, WILLIAM B., c/o J. W. Lindsley, Dallas. 

OSBORNE, ISHAM J., Kaufman. 

OWENS, BIRDVILLE W., Elgin. 

PACE, MILLARD H., Terrell. 

PACE, THOMAS J., Iowa Park. 

PACE, WILLIAM D., Troup. 

PARKS, JOSEPH WAYNE, 208 W. Euclid Ave.. San Antonio. 

PARKS, WALTER S., Breckenridge. 

PARR, FREDERICK J., Dallas. 

PARRISH, J. FRANK, Box 186, Honey Grove. 

PARTEN, BENJAMIN L., Madisonville. 

PATE, JOSEPH W., c/o Southern Pacific Mines, Humble. 

PATTERSON, J. I.. DeLeon. 

PATTERSON, JOHN C, Clarendon. 

PAYNE, JAMES E., Dallas. 

PAYNE, TYSON E., 461 1 Harry Ave., Dallas. 

PEACOCK, HOWELL R.. Peacock Military College, San Antonio. 

PEAK, GEORGE V., 4409 Worth St., Dallas. 

PEARCE, CARROLL M., Rosebud. 

PEEL, JOSEPH REA, 4710 Gaston Ave.. Dallas. 

PENDLETON, JOHN R.. Stratford. 

PERKINS, BENJAMIN B., Rosenburg. 

PERKINS, WINFRED CHARLES, Leander. 

PETERSON, ALBERT H., 425 Coleman St., Marlin. 

PHILLIPS, JACKSON M., Lima. 

PHIPPS, THOMAS E., 1300 San Jacinto St., Austin. 

PITTMAN, J. TOXEY, Wellington. 

POOLE, ARTHUR B., 814 Elgin Ave., Houston. 

POPE. WILLIAM A., Henrietta. 

PORTER, WILLIAM A., 104 Montana St., El Paso. 

PORTERFIELD, JAMES D., Vernon. 

POTTS, MORTON W., Jr., 71s Jinning Ave., Ft. Worth. 

POWELL, WILLIAM S., 617 W. Burlison St., Marshall. 

POWERS, GEORGE L., Jr., North Zulch. 

PRESSLEY, RAY E., 712 S. 16th St., Corsicana. 

PRIESTER. LESLIE E., Richmond. 

PRITCHETT, RUFUS H., San Marcos. 

PROCTOR, CECIL M., 123 S. Mt. Clair St., Dallas. 

PROSSER, A. LEE, Pharr. 

PRUETT, MASTIN H.. 1426 Webster St., Waco. 

PUGH, CHESTER C, 219 W. 5th St., Corsicana. 

QUAID, JOHN F., 2525 Montana St., El Paso. 

QUEEN, PAUL R., 35:8 Travis St., Houston. 

RABB, W. E., Point. 

RADFORD, MARION A., 542 E. 9th St., Dallas. 



RAGLAND, JOHN B.. 283 Clarkesville St.. Paris. 

RAMSOUR, JAMES L., Snider. 

RASMUSSEN, ABBEY A., Port O'Connor. 

RAWSON, CHARLES L., Rosenberg. 

RAY. FOREST G., Troup. 

REASONER, LAWRENCE L., Kennedy. 

REASONOVER, JOSEPH V., Kemp. 

REDDITT, JOHN S., Center. 

REED, CLAIR MAHON, 3702 Mt. Vernon St., Houston. 

REED, ROGER, 306 W. 9th Ave., Dallas. 

REESE, LEE S., 41 Ponder Ave., Denton. 

REINHARDT, SOLON I., Taylor. 

REINHARDT. SYLVIAN L.. Jr.. 1825 Forest Ave., Dallas. 

RICHARDSON, THOMAS F., 6812 Sherman St., Houston. 

RICHTER, CARLOS A., Laredo. 

RILEY, SAMUEL H., R. F. D. No. 2. Pilot Point. 

RING, ROLAND, Houston Land & Trust St., Houston. 

ROBERTS. JOHN G., 210 W. 10th St., Dallas. 

ROBERTS, JOSEPH B., Paris. 

ROBERTS, RAYMOND W., 301 E. 12th St., Dallas. 

ROBERTSON, ARTHUR F., 228 Daniel St., San Antonio. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN M., 1514 Patterson St., Houston. 

ROBERTSON, MATTHEW G., Premont. 

ROBERTSON, S., 4915 Swiss St., Dallas. 

ROBERTSON. TRAVIS J., 1612 Lee Ave., Ft. Worth. 

RODGERS, R. F., 231s Nueces St., Austin. 

ROGERS, AZA E., Kyle, Hays Co. 

ROGERS, ROBERT A., Henrietta. 

ROGERS. RUFUS E., Edna. 

ROPER, ERNEST, R., No. 1, Box 29, Ranger. 

ROSE, JOHN D., c/o Del Rio Nat'l Bank, Del Rio. 

ROUS, IRVIN C. Gen. Del., Crosbyton. 

RUNDELL, FRANK R., 1015 W. sth St., Austin. 

RUNNING, H. N., Gunther & Temple Sts., San Antonio. 

RUSSELL, HERNANDO M., Jr., Pilot Point. 

SAMES. HARRY E., 1218 Houston St., Laredo. 

SANDERFORD, GHENT, Temple. 

SANDERS, ARCHIE P., Vickery, Dallas Co. 

SANDERS, ISAAC C, Route No. 5. Tyler. 

SANDSBERRY, JAMES E., 1514 Denver Ave., North Fort Worth. 

SANSOM, LEONARD E., Mercury. 

SAPER. GUSTAVE A., 41 Rossonian Apts., Houston. 

SAUNDERS, JOHN B.. Bonham Cotton Mills, Bonham. 

SCARBOROUGH, BRYAN M., 817 Speight St.. Waco. 

SCHREINER, A. C, Jr., Kerrville. 

SCHLUTER, FREDERICK A., 4631 San Jacinto St.. Dallas. 

SCOTT, WALTER T., 2225— 6th Ave., Ft. Worth. 

SEABERRY. VIRGIL T.. 206-8 Ellison Bldg.. Ft. Worth. 

SEALE, EDWARD W., Floresville. 

SEALE, EVERETT, 601 S. 6th St., Floresville. 

SEALE. ROY E., Floresville. 

SEARCE. EVERETT PRICE, Waco. 

SEIPEL, WILLIAM, 2S22 Ave. "P." Galveston. 

SERELLE, IRVING FREDERICK, Clarendon. 



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SETTLE, PEVERIL O.. 207 Sampson St.. Houston. 

SHAW, WILBUR S., 3923 Cole Ave., Dallas. 

SHEPARD, CHARLTON, 67 W. Sycamore St.. Denton. 

SHIPP, JOHN W., Box No. 7s, Harlingen. 

SHIPP, LORN M., Laneville. 

SHROPSHIRE. ROBERT F., 37" Cole Ave., Dallas. 

SILLS. COMBEST B., P. O. Box No. 103, Bardwell, Alice Co. 

SIMONS, M. G., 406 Goliad St., San Antonio. 

SIMS, JAMES RICHARD, Crisp. 

SINGLETON, GEORGE TERRELL, Cooper. 

SKINNER, WALTER RAYMOND, Gonzales. 

SLAUGHTER, EVERETT O.. Anna. 

SLAUTER, LEE B., 1901 Fairmount Ave., Ft. Worth. 

SMITH, EUGENE L., c/o Paris Hardware Co., Paris. 

SMITH, FREDERICK W., Box No. 52, Crawford. 

SMITH, GEORGE A.. Box No. 427, Markley. 

SMITH, HUGH BRYAN, 2104 Fairmount St., Ft. Worth. 

SMITH. J. CLAUD, Brownwood. 

SMITH, JAMES S., 1014 Cannon Ave., Ft. Worth. 

SMITH, LON C, 3709 Graustark Ave., Houston. 

SMITH, MAC. Jr., Copperas Cove. 

SMITH, O. R., 1813 Herring Ave., Waco. 

SMITH. OLIVER P., Santa Ma.la. 

SMITH, SAMUEL, 2320 S. Boulevard, Dallas. 

SMITH, SIM J., Lewisville. 

SMITH, WILLIAM G. Hitchcock. 

SMITH. WILLIAM H„ 1007 Houston St., Ft. Worth. 

SNEED, JOHN P., 912 W. Terrell St., Ft. Worth. 

SNIDER, J. CROCKETT, 219 W. Evergreen St., San Antonio. 

SPAIN, ARTHUR L., Weatherford. 

SPENCER, DANIEL WELCH, Texline. 

SPOEDE, HERMAN H., Wallis, Austin Co. 

STAMBAUGH, JACOB LEE, Celina. 

STARK, THOMAS V., Piano, Collin Co. 

STEPHENSON, JENNINGS B., San Benito. 

STICKNEY, FRANK BALDWIN, State Bank Bldg.. San Antonio. 

STONE, C. R., 921 Main Ave., San Antonio. 

STOREY, FREDERICK D., 2284 Hasel Ave., Beaumont. 

STRASBURGER, HENRY W., 717 S. 7th St., Temple. 

STREY, CHESTER M., 1118 Columbus St., Waco. 

STRONG, JAMES W., 1500 Breckenridge St., Austin. 

SULLIVAN, CLIFFORD W., Wolfe City. 

SULLIVAN, REX E., Quanah. 

SWAIM, ROBERT A., Pittsburg. 

TABER, MAYNARD M., Clyde. 

TAIT, GEORGE R., Bandera. 

TANNER, KENNETH B., 220 Lotus St., San Antonio. 

TAYLOR. EDMUND, 725 N. 5th St., Waco. 

TAYLOR, GILBERT L., R. F. D. No. 7, Decatur. 

TAYLOR, NEWTON P., Decatur. 

TEALE, WILLIAM GORDON, Box No. 438, Wichita Falls. 

THOMAS, MILTON C, 210 W. Nueva St.. San Antonio. 

THOMAS, MORRIS L., 619 E. Nevada St., El Paso. 

THOMAS, TULLY H., 619 E. Nevada St.. El Paso. 



THOMPSON, JAMES B., Hubbard. 

THORN, RYDER D.,-Dexter. 

TIFFANY, ERWIN M., 122 Oakland St., Denton. 

TIMMINS, J. W., 1602 American Exchange Bldg., Dallas. 

TIREY, JAKE, Waco. 

TONGUE, GEORGE F., 2408 Forest Ave., Dallas. 

TRAIL, NEWTON SHANDS, Forney. 

TROY, NATHANIEL R., Paris. 

TURNER. ERIS R., 26 E. Oak St.. Denton. 

TURNER, JOHN W., Central Trust Bldg., San Antonio. 

TURNER, ORVILLE HENRY, Brownwood. 

TYLER, WALLACE, Houston. 

VAN WART, WALTER B., 3443 Gillespie Ave., Dallas. 

VEALE, WILLIAM HENRY, 210J4— 9th St.. San Antonio. 

VICARS, EDWIN S.. Pampa. 

VINSON, CHARLES G., Mart. 

VOGEL, ROBERT H., 806 Evergreen St., Dallas. 

WALDROP, FRANCIS D., Beckville. 

WALKER, ELMO N., Azle. 

WALKER, THOMAS S., 4927 Columbia St.. Dallas. 

WALL, ETHALLORE L., Wellington. 

WALSH, WILLIAM P. J.. 1917 McKinney Ave., Dallas. 

WARNOCK, WILLIAM S.. 5 Morehouse Block, El Paso. 

WARREN, GEORGE R.. Yantis. 

WAYMAN. JAMES W., Galveston. 

WEAKLEY, FORREST B., 18th & Grape Sts., Abilene. 

WEATHERLY, HARRISON JOSEPH, Campbell. 

WEATHERSBEE, WILLIAM ELLINGTON, Route No. 3. Box No. 7. 

Oglesby. 
WELCH, JOHN MICHAEL, 1308 N. Lake St., Ft. Worth. 
WELLS, LAWRENCE WILLIAM, Jr., 20s N. Medora St., Terrell. 
WEST, ROBERT G., 608 San Antonio St., Austin. 
WEST, SIMEON G., Westwood Farm, Canton, Van Zandt Co. 
WEST, WILLIAM E., Westwood Farm, Canton, Van Zandt Co. 
WHEAT, WILLIAM J., Ringgold. 
WHITE, JAMES C, Brownwood. 
WHITE, ROSCOE H., Stockdale. 
WHITE, WILLIAM G., Swenson. 
WHITLEY, DEVEREAUX POWELL, Jacksonville. 
WILHELM, PAUL LOUIS, 2750 Highland Ave., Beaumont. 
WILLIAMS, B. F., 3S38 Ave. "P," Galveston. 
WILLIAMS, GEORGE H., R. No. 3, Clyde. 

WILLIAMS, GEORGE M., c/o Victory Piston Ring Co., El Paso. 
WILLIAMS, JOSEPH B., 283 Lamar Ave., Paris. 
WILLIAMS, KNOX, 1707 Congress St., Austin. 
WILLIAMS, PAUL F., Stephenville, Erath Co. 
WILLIAMS, ROBERT H.. McDade. 
WILLIAMS, THEOPHILUS A., Sonora. 
WILLIAMS, WHEAT, Lewisville. 

WILLIFORD, ROBERT P., 1392 Hazel Ave., Beaumont. 
WILLIS, DEE E., 4530 Munger Ave., Dallas. 
WILLS, HAMILTON, Orphans Home, Dallas Co. 
WILSON, CHARLES R., Coleman. 
WILSON, GILFORD C, Mansfield. 



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WILSON, JOHN H., 500 W. 1st St., Ft. Worth. 

WILSON, PERRY WADDELL, 812 E. California St., Gainesville. 

WINN, ALBERT T., 3908 Speedway, Austin. 

WINN, WILLIAM V., Granger. 

WINSTON, C. J., 2218 Rio Grande. Austin. 

WOLDERT, ALEX, Tyler. 

WOLFE, WARREN, c/o The Dallas Revy. Co., Interurban Bldg.. 

Dallas. 
WOLFSON, JESSE M., 415 Ave. "C," San Antonio. 
WOMELDORF, EUGENE, 915 Mundy Ave., El Paso. 



WOODRUFF, J. P., Santa Anna. 

WOOLAM, EDWARD B., Box No. 19, Chireno. 

WOOLRIDGE, NORMAN W„ Alridge Place, Austin. 

WRIGHT, WILLIAM S., Mansfield. 

WYLIE. W. C, Palestine. 

YARBROUGH. CLAUDE L., Kaufman. 

YEAMENS, CHARLES VALCOURE, Palacios. 

YEARGAN, GORDON S., 31S N. Denver St., Dallas. 

YOUNGBLOOD, JAMES W., 5205 Columbia Ave., Dallas. 

ZIMMERMAN. OTTO ARTHUR, R. R. No. 1. Lincoln. 



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ALLISON, RAYMOND D., 5 Browning Apts., Ogden. 

ANDERSON, HOWARD B., 986 Garfield Ave., Salt Lake City. 

ANDEXLIN, BURTRAM Y.. Richfield. 

ARNOLD, MELVIN SAMUEL, R. F. D. 2, Salt Lake City. 

ASHWELL, WILLIAM S., 122 McClelland St., Salt Lake City. 

BAILEY, WILLIAM A., 218s E. 21st St., South Salt Lake City. 

BALDWIN, ALBERT B., 1360 Yale Ave., Salt Lake City. 

BANNING, WAYNE E., 319 Beldon Place, Salt Lake City. 

BERGESON, BERNARD MORONI, R. F. D 2, Logan. 

BLICKENSDERFER, JOHN A., 648 E. 9th North St., Logan. • 

BOOTH, WAYNE C, American Fork. 

BOYLE, MILTON D., 2782 Adams Ave., Ogden. 

BROWN, EDWARD T., 18 E. Broadway, Salt Lake City. 

BROWN, MELVIN, 239 S. nth West St., Salt Lake City. 

BURGE, WILLIAM E., Salt Lake City. 

BURTON, RICHARD W., 3 Eagle Gate Apts., Salt Lake City. 

BUTLER, EARL W., 237 South 8th East St., Salt Lake City. 

CALHOUN, RAY B.. 3 La Salle Apts., Salt Lake City. 

CAMERON. DONALD, 212 S. nth East St., Salt Lake City. 

CARHARTT FORREST M., 850— 27th St., Ogden. 

CARPENTER, CHARLES R.. 234 N. Main St., Salt Lake City. 

CASSITY, LELAND J., 272 E. Center St., Provo. 

CHAMBERLAIN, EDWIN G., 166 East 5th South St., Salt Lake City. 

CHEESEMAN, MORTON R., R. D. 3. Murray. 

CHILD, HAROLD L., 149 S. 7th East St.. Salt Lake City. 

COKER. LAFAYETTE. 221 A Gordan Lane, Murray. 

CORNWALL, CLAUDE C, R. D. No. 4. Murray. 

CRAFTS, DUDLEY DAVID, Deseret. 

CRANDALL, EDWARD RUSSELL, Springville. 

CROFT, A. RUSSELL, 729— 30th St., Ogden. 

CROOKSTON. LAURIN E.. North Logan. 

CROSS, PAUL SHERIDAN, 217 Dubei Ave., Salt Lake City. 

CURL, ROY S., No. 10s Hyland Apts., Salt Lake City. 

CUSHWA. CLAUDE C, Bingham. 

DAHLQUIST, SCOTT A., 441 N. Main St., Salt Lake City. 

DANIELS, REX C, Payson. 

DEMING, ROBERT H.. Salt Lake City. 

DENNIS. HERBERT J.. 261 S. 9th E. St.. Salt Lake City. 

DIEHL, CHARLES E., Mamsulh. 

DOUGLAS, JAMES O., 2632 Madison Ave., Ogden. 

DOVE, DEAN R.. 440 Redondo Ave., Salt Lake City. 



DOXEY, GRAHAM HAYES, 1191 S. 8th E. St., Salt Lake City. 

ECCLES, WILLIAM J., 2580 Jefferson Ave., Ogden. 

ERSKINE. WILLIAM RUTHERFORD, 859 W. 1st S. St., Salt Lake 

City. 
ESTABROOK, MERRILL H., 548— 24th St., Ogden. 
FARNSWORTH, B1RNEY KENT, Manti. 
FARRER, LELAND J.. 70 E. 2d S. St., Provo. 
FLEMING, RICHARD L„ 867 E. Center St., Provo. 
FOWLES, JOSEPH F., 2556 Madison Ave., Ogden. 
GAMETTE, STANLEY C, 1270 East 2d South St., Salt Lake City. 
GARDNER, REID H., 187 East 3rd North St., Lehi. 
GOODWIN, HAROLD ISAAC, Lehi. 

GOREY, ANDREW W„ 403 South 2d East St.. Salt Lake City. 
GREEN, HARRY N., 925 South 2d West St., Salt Lake City. 
GUDMUNDSON. ARTHUR W„ 21s East 27th South St., Salt Lake 

City. 
HALVERSON, WILLIAM VERNAL, Spanish Fork. 
HANSEN. GEORGE HENRY, Richfield. 
HANSEN, JOHN A., Newhouse Hotel. Salt Lake City. 
HANSON, GEORGE HENRY, Box 237, Richfield. 
HARDY. BRIGHAM Y., R. F. D. No. 4, Sandy. 
HARRINGTON, JOHN T., 197s South 7th East St., Salt Lake City. 
HARVEY. HUGH, Heber. 

HASTINGS, WALDO EDWIN, 2227 Grant Ave., Ogden. 
HATCH. HARRY S., Woods Cross. 

HATFIELD, FRANK ARTHUR, 1542 Harvard Ave., Salt Lake City. 
HENRY, IRVIN L., Montie. 

HINCKLEY, IRA N., 57 East 4th North St., Provo. 
HODGSON. CLIFFORD S., 27s East 7th South St.. Salt Lake City. 
HOLLINGSWORTH, BENJAMIN HANSON, 1866 West 8th North 

St., Salt Lake City. 
HOWELLS, BENJAMIN F., 122 Canyon Road, Salt Lake City. 
IVERSON, HEBER F., 319 East 7th South St., Salt Lake City. 
JENSEN, RAY, Brigham City. 
JENSEN, SEYMOUR, Mount Pleasant. 
JEPPSON, RUFUS J., 2205 Quincy Ave., Ogden. 
JONES, LEHI M., Cedar City. 

JONES, LELAND VENICE, 1167— 24th St.. Ogden. 
JONES, VARRO C, Tabiona. 

JUDD, LYLE P., 1 165 Princeton Ave., Salt Lake City. 
KELLY, WALLACE B., 1024— 1st Ave., Salt Lake City. 



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KING, CHARLES W., 800 South 1st West St., Salt Lake City. 

KING, CREIGHTON G., 1332 Perry St., Salt Lake City. 

KIRK, ELISHA, Pleasant Grove. 

KLINK, GEORGE, 1018— 3rd Ave., Salt Lake City. 

LAMB, H. B., 1327 Michigan Ave., Salt Lake City. 

LAMBERT, GLEN A., Roosevelt. 

LARSON, OSCAR W., 665— nth East St., Salt Lake City. 

LEAVER, FLOYD S., 653 East 8th South St., Salt Lake City. 

LEE, FAY W., Hoytsville. 

LILLYWHITE, JOSEPH C, R. F. D. No. 1, Brigham City. 

LONGACRE, LEONARD LYLE, Lynndyl. 

LOVE, STEEVE L., 2487 S. 7th East St., Salt Lake City. 

MCALLISTER, CHARLES K., 20 South 1st East St., Logan. 

McDONOUGH, ROGER I., Park City. 

McQUARRIE, DANIEL S., Wallsburg. 

MANES, LEONARD A., 8 Uintah Apts., Salt Lake City. 

MAYS, HAROLD R., 749 Elizabeth St., Salt Lake City. 

MEISSNER, HARMON S., 1325— 25th St., Ogden. 

MENZIES. NED, Ogden. 

MIKESELL, STERLING FRANCIS, 23s South 8th East St., Salt Lake 

City. 
MILLER, ARTHUR C, 28 Hillcrest Apts., Salt Lake City. 
MILLERBERG, JOSEPH D., R. F. D. No. 3, Sandy. 
MOHR, ANDREW J.. 468— 3rd North St., Logan. 
MORGAN, JOHN H., 359 Bryan Ave., Salt Lake City. 
MORRIS, ALBERT D., Parowan. 

MORRISON, FRANK W., 221 East 8th South St., Salt Lake City. 
MULHALL, LYLE J., 144 South 2d East St., Salt Lake City. 
MULVEY, FRANK A., c/o Tracy Loan & Trust Co., Salt Lake City. 
NEBEKER, A. HULME, Logan. 
NELSON, LOUIS E., Logan. 
NICHOLSON, PAUL VINTON, Roosevelt. 
NYMAN, FRITZ, 828 East 5th South St., Salt Lake City. 
O'NEAL, JOHN G„ Telegraph Bldg., Salt Lake City. 
OFFICER, ROLAND F., 32 Haxton Place, Salt Lake City. 
OLSEN, CLARENCE W., 56 West 7th South St., Salt Lake City. 
PACK, LEON L., Vernal, Uintah Co. 

PANNETIER, CHARLES J., 164 South Main St., Salt Lake City. 
PAUL, JAMES E., 1320 East 2d South St., Salt Lake City. 
PEDERSON, PETER A. C, Logan. 
PETERSON, DAVID 0., Huntsville. 
PETERSON, HAROLD, 389 East 2d North St., Logan. 
PETERSON, NOBLE G., Delta. 

PINGREE, EARL S., 3065 Washington Ave., Ogden. 
PITTINGER, CHARLES C, 366 Main St., Salt Lake City. 
PRATT. ORSON S., 58 South Main St., Salt Lake City. 
RAWLINGS, CALVIN W., 211 North 1st West St., Salt Lake City. 
READY, PHILIP B., 74s South 6th East St., Salt Lake City. 
RECTOR, CLARENCE A., Shelton Hotel, Salt Lake City. 
REEVE, WILLIAM D., 38s— Sth Ave., Salt Lake City. 



REID, ROY F., 624 South Main St., Salt Lake City. 

RICE, EARL C, 1385 Yale Ave., Salt Lake City. 

RICHARDS, JOSEPH EVANS, 14s North State St.. Salt Lake City. 

RICHINS, ARNOLD C, Pleasant Grove. 

ROBERSON, CLARENCE R., Springville, Utah Co. 

ROBERTS, REX. Woods Cross, Davis Co. 

ROSS, DELBERT, Midway. 

ROWE, LOUIS H., 327 Denver St., Salt Lake City. 

RUDY, HOWARD R., 566 West 2d St., N., Salt Lake City. 

SCOFIELD, LYNVILLE D., 250 West 4 th St., Salt Lake City. 

SHARP, IVOR, Vernon. 

SHARP, JOHN A., Vernon. 

SIMMONS, IRUL H., Kaysville. 

SLOAN, EUGENE WALLACE, 272 C St., Salt Lake City. 

SNEDAKER, JOHN FREDERICK, 3104 Adams Ave., Ogden. 

SOUTHWICK, GEORGE MERLIN, 2505 Douglass Ave., Salt Lake 

City. 
SPEERY, SIDNEY B., 1383 South 3d East St., Salt Lake City. 
STEPHENS, IVAN F., 847 South 2d St., Salt Lake City. 
STEWART, DEVIRL, Fairview, Sanpete Co. 
STOOKEY, LION J., Clover, Tooele Co. 
SUMSION, L., 317 South 2d West St., Springville. 
TANNER, MARION S., 2321 S. 8th East St., Salt Lake City. 
TAYLOR, RAYMOND C, 10 First Ave., Salt Lake City. 
THOMSON, HORACE B., 328 S. nth East St., Salt Lake City. 
THRONE, ROBERT C, Jensen. 

TIMPSON, LAWRENCE S., R. F. D. No. 3, Box No. 86, Murray. 
TINGEY, STANLEY J., 130 North 2d West St., Salt Lake City. 
TIPTON, JAY Y., 70 East 21st South St., Salt Lake City. 
TOZER, GEORGE E., Delta. 

TUCKER, JAMES B., 359 East 2d North St., Provo. 
URE, LINCOLN RICHARD, 2285 Lake St., Salt Lake City. 
VAN LEUVEN, EDWIN P., Springville. 
VOORHEES, HILLARD LURAY, Mont. 

WALLACE, HAROLD EUGENE, 1004 Princeton Ave., Salt Lake City. 
WANLASS, STANLEY A., Saint George. 

WAREING, CLARENCE LEROY, 373— 5th Ave., Salt Lake City. 
WATKINS, RICHARD C, 1137 Herbert Ave., Salt Lake City. 
WEISS, CHARLES M., 865 S. 14th St., Salt Lake City. 
WHEELER, HORACE EDGAR, R. No. 1, Sandy. 
WHITECOTTON, GEORGE O., 190 North 3rd East St., Provo. 
WHITNEY, EDWIN, 226 West 2d North St., Salt Lake City. 
WIGHT, EARL T., 6 Lester Apts., Salt Lake City. 
WILLEY, THACHER H., Bountiful. 
WILLIE, ALLEN L., Mendon. 
WILSON, LEROY A., R. No. 3, Sandy. 

WILTON, BLAINE W., 145 South 3d East St., Salt Lake City. 
WOODBURY. GEORGE L., 236 Orchard Place, Salt Lake City. 
WOOLEY, ADRIAN, 680— 5th Ave., Salt Lake City. 
YOUNG, HEBE B„ 62— 2d Ave., Salt Lake City. 



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ADAMS, CHARLES W., 9 Baldwin St., Montpelier. 

ADAMS, LESLIE M., 15 Myrtle St., Brattleboro. 

AIKENS, FORREST C, Barnard. 

ALEXANDER, EDWARD JOHN, 54 High St.. St. Albans. 

ALLEN. TORRYE, 288 Main St., Burlington. 

ANDERSON, JAMES N., East Craftsbury. 

ANDREW. ROY M„ East Arlington. 

BEARDSLEE, CLARK SMITH, Springfield. 

BELL, HENRY V.. Hardwick. 

BENNETT, RAYMOND J., 127 Cherry St., Burlington. 

BISBEE, ELLIOTT WALTER, Moretown. 

BIXBY, GERALD A., Chelsea. 

BLACK, JOYCE C, Pawlet. 

BOOTH, MYERS L., 349 Pearl St., Burlington. 

BRISTOL, WYMAN A., Box 44. Vergennes. 

BROWN, CHANDLER W., 22 Summer St.. Montpelier. 

CARPENTER. NEAL W., Colchester. 

CHAFFEE, HERBERT GLENN, Irasburg. 

CHURCHILL, FRANCIS R., South Londonderry. 

COWLES, DENNISON BRACKETT, 7 Brook St., Brattleboro. 

DOLE, CHARLES P., Northville. 

DOOLITTLE. CORBIN M., 255 Pearl St., Burlington. 

FICHOT, GASTON E., 115 Buell St., Burlington. 

FLINT, KENNETH S., St. Johnsbury. 

FORD, ROBERT I., Randolph. 

FRANK. ULYSSES M., 181 North St., Burlington. 

GILBERT, WILFORD C, Dorset. 

GOVER, OSCAR A., East Fairfield. 

HAIGH, GEORGE NORMAN. 41 Hickok Place, Burlington. 

HARRIS, ROY D., R. F. D. No. 1. Middlebury. 

HAZEN, HAROLD K., Hartford. 

HITCHCOCK. LAWRENCE SILL, North Pownal'. 

HOGAN, ARTHUR H., 327 Pearl St., Burlington. 

HOWARD, SAMUEL A., Rutland. 

HOWE, LORENZO W., 75 Williams St., Burlington.. 

HUNTLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT, Jr., 117 Main St., Middlebury. 

JAMIESON, GARFIELD ARTHUR. West Burke. 

JEFFREY, Rev. J. MILO, East Burke. 

JENNEY, ORLO, General Delivery. Stowe. 

JENNINGS, JAMES R., General Delivery, St. Albans. 



JOHNSON, JOSEPH BLAINE, 210 Union St., Springfield. 

JOYCE, CHARLES CONIFF, 5 North St.. Proctor. 

KEARNEY, GEORGE V., Ludlow 

KIMBALL, ELBERT TOWER, 236 S. Prospect St., Burlington. 

KIMBALL, PERCY G.. North Ferrisburg. 

KNIGHT, WILLIAM A., Vergennes. 

LOCKWOOD, EDWARD J., Brandon. 

McSWEENEY, EDWARD D., 37 Elmwood Ave., Burlington. 

MacLEOD, JOHN HENRY, 14 Front St., BeUows Falls. 

MANLEY. VERN C. Larrere Ave., Ludlow. 

MANN, CHAUNCEY R., Gen. Del., Bennington. 

MARTIN, GLENN E., So. Shaftsbury. 

MELBY, EDWARD C, No. Ferrisburg. 

METCALF, WALTER I., Hydeville. 

METZGER, FRAZER, Randolph. 

MORSE, JULIUS G., Cambridge. 

MURRAY, TRUMAN O., Waterbury. 

MURRAY, WILLIAM A., Hardwick. 

PALMER, FREDERICK CHARLES, 24 Weston St., Burlington. 

PEASE, FREDERICK S., Jr., 468 College St., Burlington. 

PLIMPTON, FRED J., Brattleboro. 

RISING, CHARLES S., Rupert. 

RUSTEDT, HENRY F.. Richford. 

SAWYER, WARREN W., 10 Lafayette Place, Burlington. 

SMALLEY, RAY L., Morrisville. 

SMITH, DONALD W., 37 Perry St., Ban*. 

SNYDER. GEORGE S., 122 E. Allen St., Winooski. 

ST. PIERRE, HENRY, R. F. D., No. I, Williamstown. 

THOMAS, BRADLEY AMBROSE, Essex Junction. 

TAYLOR, IVAN G., Springfield. 

TOMASSI, LOUIS A., 16 Main St., Montpelier. 

TOWNE, ELMER E.. Converse Hall, Burlington. 

VENABLE, WALLACE H., Jeffersonville. 

WARD, WILLARD H.. 25 Mt. Pleasant St.. St. Johnsbury. 

WAY, ABEL G., 33 Mansfield Ave., Burlington. 

WHITCOMB, E. M., Essex Junction. 

WINSLOW, CECIL H., North Clarendon. 

WOODFIN, HOWARD F., 47 Pleasant St., Rutland. 

WOODMAN, HENRY S., Vergennes. 

WOODWARD, LLOYD A., Richford. 



VIRGINIA 



ABERNATHY, R. P., 11 19 W. Main St., Richmond. 

AKERS. TYLER F., Snowville. 

ALDHIZER, STUART G., Broadway. 

ALLEN. ALFRED, Ashland. 

ALLEN. THOMAS C. Box 197, Hampton. 

ANDERSON, RAYMOND HARTWELL, 904 WestMain St., Staunton. 

ARMISTEAD, FREDERICK B., Lexington. 

ARMISTEAD, SAMUEL W., 303 Court St.. Portsmouth. 

AYLOR. WALTER E., Box 28, Culpeper. 



BANISTER, WILLIAM C, 24 S. Adams St., Petersburg. 
BARLOW, WILLIAM HERVEY, R. F. D., Brookneal. 
BARNARD. WALTER LEE, Mayberry. 
BARNES, HARRY 0., 218 East 32d St., Norfolk. 
BARRETT, FREDERICK M., 128— 32d St., Newport News. 
BARTON, LEWIS NEILL, Winchester. 
BATTEN, EUGENE T., Holland. 
BEANE. ARCHIE R.. Lancaster. 
BEARD. JOSEPH B., Harrisonburg. 



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BECKNER. MOORMAN C Western Electric Co., Norfolk. 

BELL, JAMES ALEX., 20 Jefferson St., Staunton. 

BERKELEY. LANDON C, 150 Holbrook Ave., Danville. 

BERRY. FRANCIS W., Jr., 131 E. Main St., Luray. 

BEVERLY, MARTIN C, Norton. 

BIVENS, WILLIAM P., University. 

BLACKWELL, CHARLES C, Broad Run, Fauquier Co. 

BLAIR, ALEXANDER H., Max Meadows. 

BLANK, FREDERICK A., 1000 Park Ave., Richmond. 

BLANKENSHIP. ALEXANDER H.. 2620 E. Grace St., Richmond. 

BLANKENSHIP. ROBERT M., 117 So. 3d St., Richmond. 

BLANTON, BERNARD B., 2208 Grove Ave., Richmond. 

BOYENTON, JOHN F., 430 Redgate Ave., Norfolk. 

BRADFORD. RUSSEL T., Broadway. 

BRIEL, GEORGE BERNHART, 913 W. Main St., Richmond. 

BROWN, ARTHUR L., 3946 Williamsburg Ave., Richmond. 

BROWN, JOSEPH, Wytheville. 

BROWN, LOUIS A., 504 N. 1st St., Charlottesville. 

BRUCE, FISCHER W., Chester. 

BRYAN, WILLIAM W., 41S High St., Petersburg. 

BUCHANAN, HORACE G., Vinita. 

BUFORD, WILLIAM E., gth and Main Sts., Richmond. 

BUNDY, FREDERICK McGEORGE, 6 Charlton Apts., Norfolk. 

BUSH, ADONIRAM J., 502 Victoria Ave., Hampton. 

BUTLER, ERNEST H., Eggleston. 

BUTLER, PERCY S., 704 Graydon Park, Norfolk. 

BYRNE, G. V., 1008 Main St., Lynchburg. 

CALDWELL, MILLARD F., Rock Castle. 

CALLISON, JAMES WALLER, R. No. I, Greenville. 

CAMERON. DOUGLAS, 1063 W. 48th St., Norfolk. 

CAMPBELL, CARL W., 508 Barton Ave., Richmond. 

CAMPBELL, E. D., 10 University Place, Lexington. 

CANNON, J. E., 217 Sharper St., Richmond. 

CARTER, CURRY C, Washington. 

CAVEDO, FRANK A., 1217 N. 27th St., Richmond. 

CHAUVENET LOUIS, Tallywood, Esmont. 

CLARK, HUBERT G., Shawsville. 

CLEARY, JAMES A., 224— 46th St., Newport News. 

COCHRAN, JACK, R. F. D. 4. Hampton. 

COE. CONWAY P., Ashland. 

COKE, JOSEPH W., 916 Orchard Hill, Roanoke. 

COLE, HARRY N., 309 E. Broad St.. Richmond. 

COVINGTON, RANDOLPH B., 866 Grove St., Danville. 

COXE, JOSEPH W., 916 Orchard Hill, Roanoke. 

CRAIG, JOHN E., Deerfield. 

CREWS, JOHN G., 233 Jefferson Ave.. Danville. 

CURTIS, DOUGLAS C, Leehall. 

DAVIS, BEVERLY, Jr.. Rockymount. 

DAVIS, HARRY P., 820 Pine St., Danville. 

DAWSON, WILLIAM B., 2463 Rivermont Ave., Lynchburg. 

DICKERSON, PERCY H., Floyd. 

DIXON, JOHN G., 735 Graydon Park, Norfolk. 

DIXON, W. C, 1605 Locust St., Lynchburg. 

DONALD. HOWARD S.. 1916 Grove Ave., Richmond. 



DORSEY, CLARK, Lignum. 

DOVELL, ASHTON, Williamsburg. 

DUDLEY, GROVER C, Rockymount. 

DUKE, FRED A., 519 Hampton Place, Portsmouth. 

DUNLAP, LILBURN, Christiansburg. 

EDMUNDS, JAMES EASLEY. 609 First St., Lynchburg. 

ELLER, KYLE C. Marion. 

EPES, LOUIS S., Blackstone. 

ERVIN, JOHN G., Green Valley. 

EZEKIEL, P. L., 2015 W. Grace St., Richmond. 

FAIRBROTHER, GILLETT H., 1402 Patterson Ave., Roanoke. 

FARRIER, PAUL H., Emory. 

FERGUSON, WIRT H., Burkeville. 

FLORY. IRA S.. Nokesville. 

FORD, CHARLES E., 3014 West Ave.. Newport News. 

FOX, PERCY R.. Penola. 

FREEMAN, HAROLD R., Wilder. 

FULLER, CHARLES I., Norton. 

FUQUA. R. W., New Canton. 

GAMES, LEMUEL FRANCIS, 608 West 34th St., Norfolk. 

GANS, LEONARD JOSEPH, 712 Jackson St., Lynchburg. 

GARDNER. RUFUS S., R. R. No. 1, Cap, Carroll Co. 

GATES. HAROLD TAYLOR, 1000 Fillmore St., Lynchburg. 

GENTRY, WALTER B., 1316 Mosby St., Richmond. 

GEOGHEGAN, GEORGE P., Jr., 858 Grove St., Danville. 

GILLENWATER, ROBERT R., 70s Chester St., Bristol. 

GILLIAM, JAMES R., Jr., c/o Trust & Savings Bank, Lynchburg. 

GLENN, PAUL WINFRED, Glasgow. 

GOODE, WENDELL B., 3302 E. Broad St., Richmond. 

GOODWIN. JAMES R., Eggleston. 

GRAHAM, ROBERT MONTGOMERY, Draper. 

GRAHAM, ROBERTS., Norton. 

GRANT, B. E , R. R. No. 1, Lodi. 

GRAVES, C. 0., University of Virginia. 

GRAY. EARL J., 1115— 22d St.. Newport News. 

GRAYBEAL, HENRY, Damascus. 

GREGORY, JAMES E., Chase City. 

GRIFFITH, WILLIAM G., 2605 Hanover Ave., Richmond. 

GRIMES, JOHN W., 808 Court St., Lynchburg. 

GWALTNEY, THOMAS O., Wakefield. 

HALL, RAY E., East Radford St., East Radford. 

HAMLIN, JAMES T., 833 Main St., Danville. 

HAMMER, F. N., 336 Fifth St., Bristol. 

HANES. HAROLD FITZ HUGH, Herndon. 

HARRIS, MALCOLM KERR, 11 14 Main St., Danville. 

HARRISON, LUCIUS A., R. F. D. 1, Appomattox. 

HARRISON, TAYLOR B., Cairo Apts., Norfolk. 

HARWOOD, FLOYD C, Bedford. 

HAUN, JACOB, Woodstock. 

HAWTHORNE. HUGH ROBERT, Paeonian Springs. 

HEDRICK, ALDINE W , Elkton. 

HEDRICK, JOHN W.. Bane. 

HILDEBRAND. JAMES RAYMOND, Box 62, Fishersville. 

HILDEBRAND, RAYMOND, Box 637. Blacksbury. 



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HIMES, HARRY M., 411 Third Ave. N. E., Roanoke. 

HODSDEN, R. E., Chuckatuck. 

HOLCOMBE. OSCAR J., 1002 Stokes St., Danville. 

HUCKINS, EARLE K., 84— 32d St., Newport News. 

HUFFMAN, HOWARD M., Newport, Giles Co. 

HUGHES, HENRY L., 1800 Barton Ave., Richmond. 

HUMPHRIS, CURTIS C, East Lexington. 

HUTCHESON, JOHN REDD, Blacksburg. 

INGE, THOMAS R., 3800 Forest Hill Ave., Richmond. 

JACKSON, HERBERT W.. Jr., Richmond. 

JAMES, WALTER R., Mobjack, Mathews Co. 

JEFFERIES, FRANCIS C, 418 Warren Crescent, Norfolk. 

JEFFERSON, JOHN P., Jr., Amelia. 

JEWELL, JOHN T., Whitewood. 

JOHNSON, CHARLES F., 10 Locust St., Hampton. 

JOHNSON, ROBERT I., 1106 North 20th St., Richmond. 

JOHNSON, SARGEON G., 132 New St., Petersburg. 

JONES, FITZHUGH B., Gloucester. 

JORDAN, GERMAN E., Williamsburg. 

KERR, JAMES, c/o J. A. Kerr, Customs House, Norfolk. 

KIBLINGER, VERNON F., Louisa. 

KIME, ROBERT S., Salem. 

KING, CLAUDE C, Charlottesville. 

KISLING, JAMES W.. Grottoes. 

KNOWLES, WILLIAM M., 2606 Grove Ave., Richmond. 

KOONTZ, WARREN WOMACK, 1301 Chapman Ave.. Roanoke. 

KUHN, RUSSELL H., 17 S. Beech St., Richmond. 

LANGHORNE, MAURICE B., 1007 Park Ave., Richmond. 

LAFFERTY, FITZHUGH C, 100 N. Monroe St., Richmond. 

LANE, MUNSON H., R. F. D. Falls Church. 

LATANE, LOUIS M., 2422 Hanover Ave., Richmond. 

LAWSON, R. B., Upperville. 

LESLIE, JOSEPH A., Jr., Tazewell. 

LESTER, DOUGLAS D., Christiansburg. 

LEWIS, KENNETH B., Parksley. 

LIVESAY, J. B., R. F. D. 2, Waynesboro. 

LONG, PAUL C, 9 Tenth Ave. S. W., Roanoke. 

LOVING, WILLIAM R., 2 Cowardin Ave., Richmond. 

LUNDSFORD, CHARLES, Petersburg. 

LYLE, ROYSTER. Keysville. 

McCOY, WILSON C, 230 Cook St., Portsmouth. 

McCRACKEN, MYLES S., 119 Central Park, Petersburg. 

McDOWELL, JAMES, Jr., Fincastle. 

McFALL, JAMES CLARENCE, 161 W. Main St., Danville. 

MCLAUGHLIN, JOHN R., 618 Fifth Ave., Huntington. 

MACKALL, FRANCIS S., Nokesville. 

MAIN. FREDERICK C, Wytheville. 

MANN, FRANK H., Petersburg. 

MANN, HERBERT S.. 1209 Barton Ave., Richmond. 

MARSHALL, HILARY P., Markham. 

MARSHALL, PEYTON J., Winchester. 

MARTIN, ENOCH M., Toano, James City Co. 

MARYE, AMBROSE M., Shawsville. 

MATHEWS, DAVID G., 60s E. Grace St., Richmond. 



MEADE. THOMAS W., Nickelsville, Scott Co. 

MICHAEL, CHARLES L., 20 S. Washington St.. Staunton. 

MILLER, JOHN SCOTT, Wytheville. 

MILLER, SIDNEY S., Christiansburg. 

MITCHELL, CHARLES H.. Victoria. 

MONTGOMERY, CEPHAS ABRAHAM, R. R. Wirtz. 

MOORE, RICHMOND L., 1420 Madison St., Lynchburg. 

MOSELEY, ISAAC N., Vinton. 

MOSS, PEYTON H., Buckingham. 

MUNCE, MARSHALL G.. 2324 Monument Ave., Richmond. 

NEAL, THOMAS DAVID, 191 1 Stuart St.. Richmond. 

NEWELL, THOMAS D., Jr., 132 1 Park Ave., Richmond. 

NOBLE, CHARLES S., so Coling Place, Petersburg. 

NOBLE, EUGENE D., 1021 Main St.. Danville. 

NOBLE, SHERLEY W„ 303 Madison St., Lynchburg. 

NORFLEET, LANCE A., 300 Dinwiddie St., Portsmouth. 

NUSMAKER, J. L.. Greenfield. 

OLIVER, GEORGE J., Irvington. 

OWEN. ROBERT A., 523 Federal St., Lynchburg. 

PAINE, ROBERT E., 532 Ninth Ave., Roanoke. 

PARKER, JOHN L.. Mt. Landing. 

PARRISH, HENRY CARLSTON. 1848 W. Grace St., Richmond. 

PAUL, SEYMOUR. Paul and Main Sts., Harrisonburg. 

PERRIN, GEORGE EDWARD, 507 N. sth St., Richmond. 

PHILLIPS, THOMAS B., 11 W. Cary St., Richmond. 

POOL. GEORGE R., 40 Lorin Apts., Richmond. 

POTTS, JOHN D., Jr., 628 Park Ave., Richmond. 

POWELL, ALBERT B., 139 Northside Ave., Richmond. 

PRATT, DAVID W., 722 Westover Ave., Norfolk. 

PRESTON, THOMAS L., 515 W. Franklin St., Richmond. 

PRICE. W. K., Box 186. New Market. 

RADFORD, OCTAVIUS L., Forest Depot. 

RANKIN, ROBERT THOMAS, Monticello Hotel, Norfolk. 

REID, GEORGE OSBORNE, 528 Penna Ave., Norfolk. 

RENALDS, FRANK H., Main St., Waynesboro. 

RIBBLE, FREDERICK G.. Petersburg. 

RICE, EVERETT STROUSE, 143 Broad St., Salem. 

RICHARDSON, RICE ROBERT, Riner. 

ROBBINS, RENNIE, Altavista. 

ROBERTS. EDWARD P.. Eastville. 

ROBERTS, LITTLETON SAVAGE, 539 Warren Crescent, Norfolk. 

ROBINSON, CHARLES O., Lester Manor. 

ROBINSON, JAMES K. E., Silver Wood, Lexington. 

ROE, RALPH W., Winchester. 

ROGERS, HARRY F., s Market St., Onancock. 

ROGERS, JOHN L., Greyburn. 

ROLLER, JOHN E., 342 S. Main St., Harrisonburg. 

RUCKER, EDMUND H., 300 Allen Ave., Richmond. 

RUFFIN, RICHARD W., 511 Fairfax Ave., Norfolk. 

SANDERS, HARRY W., Dumbarton. 

SANDERS, ROBERT L., 301 1 E. Broad St., Richmond. 

SCHUBERT, CHARLES S., 436 Highland Ave. S.. Roanoke. 

SCH WENCK, OTTO, S3 S. Market St., Petersburg. 

SCOTT, A. D., Marion. 



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SCOTT, R. Cm Jr-. 1705 Riverraont Ave., Lynchburg. 

SCOTT, STANLEY T., 100 Charles St., Fredericksburg. 

SCOTT, STUART MARTIN. Barber. 

SEATON, JEROME POTTER, Glencarlyn. 

SEMMES, BEN. W., Newport News. 

SHINN. JOHN B., Norfolk. 

SHOULTS, WORTH EDWARD, 611 Cameron St., Alexandria. 

SHRYOCK, H. L., Winfall. 

SHULTZ, EDWARD BESWICK, 20 Lee Avenue, Lexington. 

SIFE, JENNINGS N., Bridgewater. 

SIMMERMAN, STEPHEN S., Wytheville. 

SINNOTT, EDWARD F., 2607 W. Main St., Richmond. 

SMITH, EDMUND J., Saluda. 

SMITH, EDWARD N., 915 — 16th St., Lynchburg. 

SMITH, WILLARD M., Wytheville. 

SPARFELD, E. H., P. 0. Box 906, Norfolk. 

SPIES, THOMAS H., 901 W. Main St., Richmond. 

STALLING, GUSTAVE H.. 316 Washington St., Lynchburg. 

STEPHENS, ROBERT J., Quinque. 

STERRETT, EDWIN H., Ginter Park, Richmond. 

STEWART, HARRY R., Dante. 

STEINER, M. H., Hotel Fairfax. Norfolk. 

STONE, CHARLES E., mi Second St., Roanoke. 

STONE, ROBERT FRANCIS, 1111 Second St., Roanoke. 

STONESIFER, PAUL S., 723 South Jefferson St., Roanoke. 

STRAUSS, MORRIS, 1142 West Ave., Richmond. 

STRIBLING, CHARLES R., 29 W. Tabb St., Petersburg. 

STYLES, FRANCIS H., Falls Church. 

SUHLING. WILLIAM GERHARD, 700 Pearl St., Lynchburg. 

TALIAFERRO, WILLIAM P., Zanoni. 

TAYLOR, RICHARD W., Ivor. 

TAYLOR, WASHINGTON, c/o F. S. Royster Guano Co., Norfolk. 

TERRY, ROGER VERNON, 1202 E. Main St., Danville. 

THOMAS, PAUL C, 1620 W. Grace St., Richmond. 



THORNTON, JOHN L., Republican Grove. 

TODD, GEORGE F., 701 Duke St., Norfolk. 

TOMLINSON, ROBERT, Williamsburg. 

TOMPKINS, HENRY F., no S. 5th St., Richmond. 

TRIGG, EDWARD H., Monroe Terrace, Richmond. 

TRUSLOW, HANSFORD B., Falmouth. 

TUNSTALL, ROBERT TAYLOR, Williams & Tunstall, Norfolk. 

TURNER, JAMES A., North Holston. 

Van DEVENTER. BRADEN, Norfolk. 

VONDERLEHR, JOHN H., 403^ E. Clay St., Richmond. 

WADDILL, ALBERT B., Sutherlin. 

WALDROP, ARCHER FRANCIS., 620 N. 7th St., Richmond. 

WALFE, B. C, Nickelsville. 

WALL, ROSCOE, Tazewell. 

WALLACE, ROBERT P., Box 130 R. F. D. 3. Hampton. 

WARREN, MICHAEL S., Toano. 

WATTS, HARRY L., Jr., 324 London St., Portsmouth. 

WEBB, J. COX, 417 Fairfax Ave., Norfolk. 

WEISIGER, LESLIE M., Granite, Chesterfield Co. 

WHEELER, G. H., Marion. 

WHITE, LESLIE E., 440 W. Main St., Danville. 

WILEY, GILBERT H., 66— A. R. F. D. No. 4, Hampton. 

WILLIAMS, JOHN R., 1151 West Ave., Richmond. 

WILLIAMS, LEIGH D., 203 Colonial Ave., Norfolk. 

WILLIAMS, THOMAS J., 1508 Grace St., Lynchburg. 

WILSON, AUBREY CLYDE, Edinburg. 

WINSTON, JOHN H., 35 Third St., Bristol. 

WOLFE, BARDIE CLINTON, Nickelsville. 

WOODS, ARCHIBALD P., Arrowhead, Charlottesville. 

WOODWARD, PHILIP T., 134 Victoria Ave., Hampton. 

WORD, THOMAS SCOTT, Christiansburg. 

WORKMAN, PAUL W., 103 Barbour St., Buchanan. 

WRIGHT, J. L., Ashland. 

YATES, JAMES EDWARD, Huntly. 



WASHINGTON 



AHRENS, DON E., 901 W. 1st St., Spokane. 
ALLEN. JOHN MERRITT. 2322— 32d Ave. S., Seattle. 
ANDERSON, CARL AUGUST, 2258 W. 57th St., Seattle. 
ANDERSON, ROBERT F., N. 1803 Normandie St., Spokane. 
ARNOLD, CECIL CUSHMAN, Waitsburg. 
BABCOCK, LOWEN, 603 Linden Ave., Pullman. 
BACHRACH, HERBERT. 715 N. "O" St., Tacoma. 
BAILEY, FORBES E., 608 Buckeye Ave., Spokane. 
BAKER. JOHN A., Elks Club, Port Angeles. 
BALLARD, EDWIN R., R. No. 3, Box 100, Yakima. 
BARRINGERN. PAUL R., 1714 E. Cataldo Ave.. Spokane. 
BASSETT, JOSEPH E., 29 W. 17th St., Spokane. 
BECK, FRED W., 809 S. Ainsworth Ave., Tacoma. 
BENNATTS, ROBERT ERCIL, 1311 N. 8th St., Tacoma. 
BENTON. HAROLD M., 5560— 29th Ave., N. E., Seattle. 
BERGGREN, ARTHUR W., 1211 S. "L" St., Tacoma. 
BERGREEN, ARTHUR E., 918 S. 4th St., Tacoma. 



BILLINGS, OSCAR H., 1407— 38th Ave., Seattle. 
BIRCHFIELD, ROBERT, 9322— 55th Ave., Seattle. 
BISHOP, KEITH CULBERTSON, P. O. Box 105, Starbuck. 
BLACK, LLOYD L., 2940 Oakes Ave., Everett. 
BLACK, LYMAN H., 613 W. Lee St., Seattle. 
BOOTH, EDWIN S., 1416— 18th Ave., Seattle. 
BRINKER, WILLIAM H., 1406 L. C. Smith Bldg., Seattle. 
BROCKWELL, LESTER A., 1814 Broadway, Seattle. 
BROOKS, Z. O., 101 W. Main St., Goldendale. 
BROWN, CLARENCE L., 2140 Yew St., Bellingham. 
BROWNE, ARTHUR G., 1115 No. "E" St., Tacoma. 
BRYANT, WILLIAM CULLEN, 412 Boyer Ave., Walla Walla. 
BUREN, NEWTON JAMES, 308 S. "K" St., Tacoma. 
BUTLER, ARTHUR C, 736— 17th Ave., N„ Seattle. 
CARR, GEORGE, 4009 E. Madison St., Seattle. 
CARR, HOWARD MAYNARD, R. F. D. No. 1, Box 314, Tacoma. 
CASE, CLINTON P., 4208— 1st Ave., N. E., Seattle. 



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CHAPMAN, MYERS G., Kirkland. 

CODD, JOSEPH W., 529 Sumner Ave., Sopkane. 

COE. GUY R., 1524 E. nth Ave., Spokane. 

COOPER, JOHN P., 207— 31st Ave., Seattle. 

CORDZ, LEO O., 2109 Broadway, Everett. 

CORKERY, ROBERT E., 540 Rookery Bldg., Spokane. 

COY, JOHN MEAD, 318 N. East St., Tacoma. 

CRAM, GEORGE C, 310 N. Tukanaon St., Walla Walla. 

CROMWELL, ALFRED B., Spokane. 

CROSON, CARL EARL, 5010— 19th Ave., Seattle. 

CROW, VERGIL BRYAN, Pullman. 

CURREY, JOSEPH E., Olympia. 

CUSTER, JOHN WILLIARD, Oak Harbor. 

CUTLER, PAUL IVAN, 908 N. Sheridan Ave., Tacoma. 

DAVIDSON, JOHN P., 403 W. Comstock St., Seattle. 

DEAN, FRED R., Glenwood. 

DEMPSEY, STILLMAN, Walla Walla. 

DEVIN, OLIVER K., 5608 University St., Seattle. 

DIRKES, EDWIN MARTIN, Gettysburg. 

DODDS, JOHN, Pullman. 

DONAHUE, ALFRED, Ellensburg. 

DORSEY, RAYMOND W., Waterville. 

DOUGAN, CLAUDE S., Elks Club, Seattle. 

DOW. ORWIN FAY, Davenport. 

DOWNS, MARCUS R., 1406 Boylston Ave., Seattle. 

DRAKE, FRANCIS L., 72 Marion St., Seattle. 

DURHAM, KENNETH P., 5311 Lincoln St.. Spokane. 

EARLING, ROY B., Hotel Sorrento. Seattle. 

EDRIS, NED C, 1215— 3d Ave., N., N., Seattle. 

EGGERMAN, DONALD G., 1408 Hoge Bldg., Seattle. 

ERVIN, RALPH E., 1021 S. State St., Tacoma. 

FARNHAM, WILLIAM H.. 1717— 8th Ave., Spokane. 

FISHER. C. A., 2309 Eldridge Ave., Bellingham. 

FLOWER. CAMILLUS FREDERICK. Box 103, Mabton. 

FOSTER. CHARLES D.. Jr., 91S E. 6th St., Port Angeles. 

FOTHERINGHAM. THOMAS H., mi— 1st Ave., N., Seattle. 

FRASER, AUDSLEY N., c/o Rhodes Bros., Tacoma. 

FULLERTON, BRADFORD MORTON, University Club, Spokane. 

GAINES. PASCHAL. St. John. 

GAISER, PAUL F., Prescott. 

GAISER, SILAS E.. 1712— 12th Ave., Spokane. 

GEORGE. EMANUEL P., 11 19 Paci6c Ave., Everett. 

GETTY. RONALD PERCY, 1054— 10th St.. Clarkston. 

GOODRICH, JAMES H., 16 Walk 4. Madison Pk„ Seattle. 

GORDON, CORLISS E., Port Angeles. 

GORDON. DAVID LORRY. 3624 Aurora Ave.. Seattle. 

GRAFTON, JACK HOLMES, Park Hill Ave.. Chehalis. 

GRAHAM, HENRY THOMAS. 808 S. "L" St., Tacoma. 

GRANT, ERNEST H.. Loon Lake. 

GRIMSTVEDT. GEORGE, 704 N. Warner St.. Tacoma. 

GUIER. OREN THOMAS. Meteor. 

HAIGHT. JAMES A.. Jr.. 702 Haight Bldg.. Seattle. 

HALSTEAD. WILLIAM H.. St. John. 

HARLAN, REX E., Naches. 



HARN, TIMOTHY HUGH, 327— 2d Ave., Kent. 

HARRIS, JOHN W„ Kelso. 

HART. LANE W., 321 N. ' B" St., Aberdeen. 

HARTIGAN, CLARENCE EDMUND, E., 514 Sharp Ave.. Spokane. 

HARTLEY, DAVID MARSTON, 2320 Rocker Ave., Everett. 

HARTMAN, HAROLD H.. 306 Burke Bldg., Seattle. 

HARTMAN, ROBERT M., 1134— 17th Ave., Seattle. 

HAWKES, RAYMOND WESLEY, 4266— 10th Ave. S., Seattle. 

HAWKINS, EVERETT A., 628 Newell St., Walla Walla. 

HEALY, WARREN CAMERON, 3200 W. 12th St.. Seattle. 

HECHT, FRED HUNT, 807— 13th Ave., Seattle. 

HEERMANS, DONALD, 728 Main St., Olympia. 

HEVER, ROSS L.. P. O. Box 1638. Renton. 

HILEN. CHARLES O.. 3631 Colby Ave.. Everett. 

HILL, MERTON A., Bucoda Shingle Co., Bucoda. 

HINCKLEY, JOSEPH H., 2408 N. Washington Ave., Tacoma. 

HITCHINSON, THOMAS, Hoquiam. 

HITE, CLAIBORNE M., 802 Alaska Bldg., Seattle. 

HOLDEN, FRANKLIN B„ Brewster. 

HOUSE, CLAUDE W., 1106 Spofford Ave., Spokane. 

HOVER, GERALD F., E. 418— 17th Ave., Spokane. 

HUBBARD, JOHN M., Okanogan. 

HUDSON. A. P. N., 524 N. C St., Tacoma. 

HUTSELL, WILLIAM W., 1607 E. Illinois Ave., Spokane. 

JEFFREY, FAY. J., Sprague. 

JENKINS, VERNE WILLIS, P. O. Box 988, Renton. 

JENNINGS. JOHN J., 1314 Addison St., Spokane. 

JENSEN, CHRISTIN V.. Walla Walla. 

JOHNSON, JOHN H., 1846 Welter St., Seattle. 

JONES, NEWTON W., Okanogan. 

KALTZ, B.. 5616 W. Hanford St.. Seattle. 

KANTERS, BERT, 1524— 46th Ave., S. W., Seattle. 

KILLGORE, DEAN ELLSWORTH, Colton. 

KING, RALPH L., 1418 S. Lincoln St., Spokane. 

KLISE, CECIL FRANCIS. 716 W. Queen Ave., Spokane. 

KOOKEN, E. R., 702 Exchange Bldg., Bellingham. 

KOTULA, NARTCIL, Pe Ell. 

KULZER. NORBERT B., Valley, Stevens Co. 

KUMM. WARD CONFARR, 423 Harvard Ave.. N.. Seattle. 

LAMBERT. CLARENCE JOSEPH. Wilson Creek. 

LANDEN, ROBERT A., S. 1504 Perry St., Spokane. 

LANGDON. GLEN G.. 10th St., Clarkston. 

LARRABEE, CHARLES P.. S. Bellingham. 

LARSON, BERNARD S., 7008— 22d Ave., N. W.. Seattle. 

LEEDY. B., Suite No. 40. Postal Telegraph, Seattle. 

LEISER, OLIVER E., Kettle Falls. 

LIND, C. H., 410 Jones Block, Tacoma. 

LINDAHL, RICHARD H„ 411 Occidental Ave., Seattle. 

LINDBURG, ARTHUR R., 37" Calispell St., Spokane. 

LINDSEY. HARRY A.. 1407 Fairbanks Ave.. Yakima. 

LOHNES. CHARLES E., 2309 Sharp St., Spokane. 

LUTZ, HAROLD H., 740— nth Ave. N., Seattle. 

LYNCH. JOHN K., 703 W. 4th Ave., Spokane. 

MCLAUGHLIN. EARL L„ 421— 21st Ave.. N„ Seattle. 



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McLEAN. WALTER GRAY, 1002— 3d Ave., Seattle. 

McLENNAN. MILLARD C, 327 Whitman St., Walla Walla. 

McNETT, ROSWELL L., Leavenworth. 

McRAE, JAMES EVERETT, 2527 Rucker Ave.. Everett. 

Mac BEAN, HAROLD C, Benton City. 

Mac FARLANE, ERNEST T.. 2307 Harney St., Vancouver. 

MacRAE, RENNIE, Burton. 

MAIR, EDMUND FINDLAY, 438 High St., Bellingham. 

MARTIN, FRANK WILLIAM, Doty. 

METZGER. NATHAN, 214— 17th Ave., N., Seattle. 

MILLER, HALLOTT, Tokeland, Pacific Co. 

MILLER. RAYMOND G., R. F. D. No. 1, Burlington. 

MINEAH, JOHN V.. Prosser. 

MONROE, RALEIGH C, Brewster. 

MOORE, ALLAN KING, 2000 W. Pacific St., Spokane. 

MOORE. JAMES E., Miller Apts., Aberdeen. 

MORRISON, CLARENCE V., 746 N. Broadway, Seattle. 

MOUNT. WILLIAM W., nth & Columbia Sts., Olympia. 

MURDEY. CLARENCE L., 2723— 32d Ave., S., Seattle. 

MYERS, HARRY McLEAN, 1012 Queen Anne Ave., Seattle. 

MYRON, GEORGE R., Stanwood. 

NARRANCE, GUY P., 6th & Jay Sts., Hoquiam. 

NASH. CHARLES W., on Glass Ave., Spokane. 

NESS, WILLIAM ARTHUR, Arietta. 

NOBLETT, JAMES H., 6323 S. Yak. St., Tacoma. 

OASS, ALFRED, 2117 N. 63d St., Seattle. 

OBRIEN. GEORGE W., 5235— 17th Ave., N. E.. Seattle. 

O'CONNOR, ALEXANDER J., Okanogan. 

PATON. FRED W„ Cashmere". 

PHELPS. HARVEY J., Bremerton. 

POWELL. WALTER A., Cheney. 

POYNS, FRED R., Centralia. 

PROULX, EMIL A., 501 E. Boone Ave., Spokane. 

PUGSLEY. WALTER H., 4718— 21st Ave., N. E., Seattle. 

RAKE. JOHN G., S. 3324 Grand Blvd., Spokane. 

RANSBURY, HENRY R., Paulsen Bldg., Spokane. 

RAYMOND, HAROLD C, 4226 Linden Ave., Seattle. 

REAGAN, FRANCIS C, 1014 Minor Ave., Seattle. 

REDFORD, WALTER, Elberton. 

RENNIE, WILLIAM, Y. M. C. A., Seattle. 

RICE, CLINTON K., 3312 E. "N" St., Vancouver. 

RICE, GEORGE R., 6th Ave. Station, Tacoma. 

RICHARDSON, MILTON McLEAN, 1411 Minor Ave., Seattle. 

RILEY, JAMES L., 524 Balm St., Walla Walla. 

RING, RUSSELL B., 1521— 16th Ave., N., Seattle. 

ROBINSON, EDWARD H., 2817 N. Broadway. Seattle. 

ROSENBERG, HARRY H., 713— 17th Ave., N., Seattle. 

RYAN, RAYMOND, 1414—16* Ave.. Seattle. 

SABISTON. WILLIAM D., W. 914 Glass Ave., Spokane. 

SANDERSON. ALFRED L., 1408 Atlantic St., Spokane. 

SANFORD, ALLYN M., 1034 W. Cora Ave., Spokane. 

SAWERS. LLOYD R., Kettle Falls. 

SCUDDER, HENRY C, Seattle, 211 John St. 

SELBY, HARLAN B., 1032 N. Prospect St., Tacoma. 



SHIVE. BENJAMIN COWAN, 1505 Broadway, Bellingham. 

SIMPICH, BRIGGS GEORGE, 1414—14* St., Spokane. 

SLASOR, ROY V., 10s N. 4th St., Yakima. 

SLUSHER, SYDNEY L., 820 W. Lee St., Seattle. 

SMITH, CLAUD L., 2124 York Ave., Spokane. 

SMITH. JAY CLIFFORD, 420 N. 49th St., Seattle. 

SOLL, FRED J. W., 113— 6th Ave. N., Yakima. 

SPENCER, OLIVER C, University Club, Seattle. 

STANTON, FRED L., 901 E. Mission Ave., Spokane. 

STAPLETON, JOHN M., Goldendale. 

STEVENS, FREDERICH, c/o James Kiefer Colman Bldg., Seattle. 

STEWART, DONALD CRAWFORD, Richmond Beach. 

STOREY, E. P., 260 Dortal Drive, Seattle. 

STROM, ROY M., 9237—18* Ave., S. W., Seattle. 

STRUCK. GEORGE ERNEST, Lyle. 

STUCHELL, EDWIN WESLEY, 3316 Grand Ave., Everett. 

SUTTON, LEVI R., Ritzville. 

SVARZ, L., Seattle. 

SWEENEY, RYMOND JOSEPH, Kelso. 

1ANGNEY, THOMAS J., 5401 Woodlawn Ave., Seattle. 

TAYLOR, EDMUND H., 909 N. 2d St., Tacoma. 

THIEL, HERMAN T., 2523 S. 14th St., Tacoma. 

THIES, WILLIAM A., 4420 Burke Ave., N., Seattle. 

THOMAS, LYMAN W., R. F. D. No. 6, Box 146, Seattle. 

THOMPSON, FRANCIS CLARE, 422 S. "J" St., Tacoma. 

THOMPSON, NEIL FINLEY, R. D. No. 2, Box 268, Yakima. 

THOMPSON, NOEL E., W. 43d St. & 28th Ave., Spokane. 

TRAFTON, GEORGE R.. 1474 Forrest Ave., Bellingham. 

TUTTLE. MARSHALL M., Opportunity. 

UPPER, EWART S., Orillia. 

VALK, GEORGE A., 1500 E. Harrison St., Pullman. 

VITOUS, WALTER J., R. F. D. No. 3, Box 19s, Puvallup. 

WAGENER, RALPH, Fairfield Hotel, Seattle. 

WAIT, WALLACE THEO. Elma. 

WATERMAN, WILMOTH S., Fairfield. 

WEBER, JOHN G., Box S3S, Uniontown. 

WERNER, OSCAR B., Gen. Del., Spokane. 

WEYERHEAUSER, JOHN P., 509 N. Yakima Ave.. Tacoma. 

WHITE. CULL A., R. No. 2, Box 95, Yakima. 

WHITE, HAROLD PHILLIPS, 1206 University St., Seattle. 

WILCOX, HOWARD G., 1722 E. Queen Anne Drive, Seattle. 

WILCOX, JAMES G.. E. 212— 4th Ave., Spokane. 

WILEY, JAMES M., Waterville. 

WILLARD, ALF CHRISTIAN, Stanwood. 

WILLS, HARRY GRAHAM, 2322 Hoyt Ave., Everett. 

WISE. RALPH E., Prosser. 

WITHERBEE, LEWIS C, 2510— 7th Ave., W., Seattle. 

WOMACK, JASPER C, 7016 Aurora Ave., Seattle. 

WOOD, WALLACE PERCIVAL, Kent. 

WOOD, PAUL W.. 4019— 15th Ave., N. E., Seattle. 

WOODS, GILBERT C, Walla Walla. 

WRAY, CECIL M., 191 1 Broadway North, Seattle. 

WRIGHT. CLIFFORD A., 4504—16* St., N. E., Seattle. 

YOUNGQUIST, R. CLIFFORD, Goldendale. 

ZANE, EDWARD B„ Seattle. 



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AIKINS, JOHN ROBERTS, Hundred. 

ARNETT, DON MORRIS, 501 Coleman Ave., Fairmount. 

BAUGHAN. ROBERT L., Box 906, Huntington. 

BERRY, JOHN C, Wheeling. 

BITTLE. THOMAS C, Parsons. 

BOLTON, JOHN H., Buckhannon. 

BOUNDY, AUSTIN J.. Cameron. 

BOWERS, PETER ELWOOD, 345 Lee St., Clarksburg. 

BUCKLEY, WILLIAM M., Buckeye. 

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