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Full text of "Marshall County in the World War, 1917-1918 : a pictorial history of the community's participation in all wartime activities with a complete roster of soldiers and sailors in service"

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The WORLD WAR 



MARSHALL COUNTY 

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The World War 

1917-1918 



A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE COMMUNITY'S 
PARTICIPATION IN ALL "WARTIME ACTIV- 
ITIES WITH A COMPLETE ROSTER 
OF SOLDIERS AND SAILORS 
IN SERVICE 



Compiled and Published by 
JOSEPH A. WHITACRE and W. J. MOORE 



MARSHAIL PRINTING COMPANY 
1919 



1580851 




HoNOPv, Roll 



LIEUT. CLARK G. BOWEN 
LIEUT. EARL L. WALL 
SERGT. FRANK CLICK 
SERGT. ELZA C. McKIM 
SERGT. GEORGE W. PROBST 
CORP. JOHN A. BENSON 
CORP. FLOYD GRIGGS 
CORP. GEORGE W. HAIRE 
CORP. IVO A. McKIM 
CORP. HAROLD G. RALLS 
CORP. CLYDE L. THOMAS 
JAMES ABDALLAH 
CHESTER ANDERSON 
PETER ANDERSON 

SAMUEL ANDERSON 

WILLIAM H. BOWMAN 

CALVIN C. CROSON 

BERT D. DELAWYER 

FREDERICK G. EKSTROM 

HARRY E. EVERIST 

ALONZO EVERTS 

WILLIAM M. GIFFORD 

FLOYD C. GROOVER 

VICTOR I. GUSTAFSON 

RAYMOND HALL 

HARRY C. HARTER 

PAUL F. HAUSER 

EDWARD R. JOHNSON 

CHARLES H. JONES 

AUGUST MAYER 

RAYMOND O. PETERSON 

HARRY E. POWERS 

HERMAN PROBST 

BEVERLY PROCTOR 

ERWIN PURSEL 

CHARLES WESLEY RUNNER 

ELMER B. SOULES 

ALBERT STEPAN 

THOMAS VANHOY 

ROY H. WALTER 

HUGH WEATHERMAN 

CLARENCE WHITE 




THEY MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE 




BERT D. DeLAWYER 
Killed in Action 




LIEUT. EARL L. WALL 
Died of Wounds 




FREDERICK G. EKSTROM 
Killed in Action 



EDWARD R. JOHNSON 
Died of Wounds 



PAUL HAUSER 
Died of Wounds 





RAYMOND () IM 1 h Ks()\ 
Died of Wounds 



CORP. CLYDE L. THOMAS 
Killed in Action 




)l;r, ILOYIl GKIGGS 
Died (.1 Wounds 




SERGT. CLIFFORD McKIM 
Died of Wounds 





HUGH WEATHERMAN 

First Marshall County Boy to Lose Life 

in Action 

Killed about March 1, 1918 



HARRY C. HARTER 
Missing in Action 



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CHARLES H. JONES 
Died at Logansport, Ind. 




DAVID A. TAUL. JR. 
Died of Wounds 
Lived just out of county. 
Postoffice Gilman 



THOMAS VANHOY 

Died in France 

(Croix de Guerre) 




SERGT. FRANK CLICK 

U. S. Marines 

First Marshalltown Boy to Die 

in Battle 

Killed at Chateau Thierry, June 3, 1918 



TRIBUTE TO A FALLEN HERO 



Before the annual meeting of the Marshalltown High School Alumni 
Association, June 17, 1918, C. H. E. Boardman paid a glowing tribute to 
Sergt. Frank Click, of the United States Marines, the first Marshalltown 
boy to fall in battle. Mr. Boardman said: 

"Fellow Members of the Marshalltown Alumni: 

TT is indeed fitting that we pause at this time to lay on the altar of mem- 
-*■ ory our tribute to the first of ours that has fallen in the great and 
final struggle twixt militarism and morality. 

"We speak with a spirit of pride rather than sorrow. Sable garb is 
turned to gold, even as the glory of the sun, swift sinking in the western 
sky, gilds the evening shadows that creep on apace, and death is swallowed 
up in victory. 

"The story of Frank Click is truly typical of all that is best in America 
— yet so simple is the tale. 

"In 1846 Ceorge Click. Frank's paternal grandparent, emigrated to 
America from Cermany. The German name was 'Cluck.' Gemiany was 
not then an empire. The Hohenzollern tribe was just beginning to fix its 
tentacles on the throne. Ceorge Click was one of those American repre- 
sentatives of that race which we in America so long believed still lived 
'neath the rule of the Kaiser. We are just now beginning to comprehend 
the vast difference made by education and environment. 

"Here on the broad prairies of Iowa, that in themselves spelled free- 
dom. Dr. Click builded him a home, and helped lay the mud sills of Mar- 
shalltown. His eldest son was Albert G. Click, whom we all loved to call 
'Ab,' and 'Ab' was the charter alumnus of this organization. 

" 'Ab' Click married Nellie Abbott, also a Marshalltown girl and gradu- 
ate, and of this union Frank was born. 

"Nothing spectacular marked the progress of Frank through our 
schools. He was the fun-loving, high-spirited American boy, earnest in 
his studies, enthusiastic in his play, faithful in his work. 

"War was the last thing that Frank probably thought of as he studied 
through the years — the last thing for which he thought of preparing. 

"But while Frank was studying and playing and working from boy- 
hood to man's estate, a monarch, gone mad with the lust of power, was 
silently preparing to assassinate a continent. While Frank was engaging 
in sports, the Hohenzollerns were practicing war, the only game they ever 
knew, which accounts for the dirty tactics of the Hun; for they never 
learned to be decent and fair even in boyhood. Mark you, the eternal 
handicap of America, the persistent advantage of the Hun, is that an 
American has to be a 'ti'ue sport,' and the German knows no 'rules of the 
game' save the law of might. 

"Frank graduated ; attended college ; abandoned college because of his 
father's illness, and entered business, where success attended his efforts, 
while America dreamed on, nor heard the low mutterings of the on-coming 
storm. 

"Then came the sinking of the Lusitania. the Mexican conspiracy, the 
sinking of the American ships sailing the American flag, peacefully sail- 
ing the onen lanes of the ocean, the killing of American women and chil- 
dren, and, as their life breath bubbled up through the freezing waters, 



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German soldiers, under government orders, shot down their survivors in 
the life boats. 

"Then, like a great Colossus. America stirred from her fatuous sleep, 
and began to play the part of a man in the arena of the world. 

"Then came the eighth crusade, the greatest crusade the world has 
ever known, the exodus of the flower of our youth — not to save the tomb 
of the Saviour from the Saracen, but to preserve the civilization which 
was the fruit of the Saviour's teaching. 

"In that crusade Frank became a true knight, a volunteer answering 
the call from the fire-ringed, blood-drenched hills of far-off France. 

"As we look back, how quietly, and without ostentation, it was done. 
In May, 1917, Frank enlisted in the United States Marines, the highest 
type of soldiery this, or any other nation, has ever known. Months of 
drill and preparation followed, and on Feb. 1.3, 1917, Frank landed in 
France, and disappeared in the wai' cloud that hung low over all Europe. 

"Through rifts of swirling smoke came occasional word from fields of 
battle, all cheerful, all sanguine, all Frank. 

"Again the cloud lifted, and news came of recognition and advance- 
ment, and then the cloud closed down, and out of the murk of conflict 
and fierce fighting, came the flash that Frank was 'killed in action.' 'Killed 
in action.' — and the Hohenzollern family, with its six sons, is the only 
family in all Germany that has not had a funeral. 

"All this story is so absurdly simple, because Frank made it so. 

"There were no heroics in departing, because Frank went about the 
business of war as his other employment, quietly, carefully, methodically. 
It was commonplace with him. He could see no other course when his 
country required him, so, without murmur, complaint, or even mention, he 
laid aside his hopes, and his ambitions, his desires and his dreams, and 
cast into the scale of battle his life, his limb, and all that life held dear. 

"Nor has he died in vain. Let us not even try to look beyond our im- 
mediate circle. Is there one of us but what walks a little straighter be- 
cause Frank has 'made good?' Do not the Stars and Stripes seem a Utile 
brighter, and a little more beautiful, through the tears that ti-emble in 
our sight ? How small and insignificant seem the little things that we have 
done, when word came of the supreme sacrifice that Frank had made. Did 
we not one and all resolve that from then on we had but one thought, one 
mission, one thing to strive for, and that was, to go on, and on, until the 
Hun was eliminated from the earth? 

"We will read history. Frank has made history; and long after your 
name and mine will be but a mere memory, even among those who loved us 
best, the name of Frank Glick will stand blazoned on our banners, marked 
with a gold star. 

" 'Somewhere in France,' close to the front, there is a grave, dug in 
soil hallowed by the blood of heroes. No stately monument marks the 
spot, and perchance only the winds muiniur sobs and the waters more 
softly rush as cannons boom their requiem over our schoolmate's last 
habitation. But in the shrine of the soul the lamp of recollection burns, 
ever clear and steady, and his spirit will ever 'carry on.' 

" 'As goes the sun-god in his chariot glorious. 
When all his golden banners are unfurled — 
So goes the soldier, fallen but victorious, 
And leaves behind a twilight in the world.' " 



FALLS 2000 FEET 
IN AEROPLANE 




THRILLING EXPERIENCE OF 

SERGT. HERBERT T. 

NEWGOMER 



SERGT. HERBERT T. NEWCOMER 

TO fall 2,000 feet while flying in an aeroplane in France and escape 
death was the remarkable experience of Sergt. Herbert T. Newcomer, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Newcomer, of Marshalltown, attached to 
the Thirty-fifth Aerial Squadron. The accident occurred June 22, 1918, 
resulting in Sergeant Newcomer sustaining a fractured skull, and the pilot, 
Lieut. H. \\'. Stunkard, an aerial instructor, escaping with less serious 
injuries. The aeroplane was demolished. 

Sergeant Newcomer, who was serving as a mechanic in the squadron, 
was being taught to pilot a machine by Lieutenant Stunkard. When 
2,000 feet in the air the machine became unmanageable when one of the 
planes failed. The aeroplane, with its human cargo, came down in a spiral, 
Newcomer alighting on his head when it struck the ground. The ser- 
geant's skull was fractured, while the lieutenant suff'ered fractures of the 
shoulder, one knee and several ribs. 

Newcomer was a patient in French hospitals for about three months 
before he was permitted to return to America. He enlisted in the air ser- 
vice May 16, 1917, and arrived in France Aug. 21, the same year. 

Lieutenant Stunkard, a Coe College alumnus, is a fraternity brother 
of Sergeant Newcomer. Below is a picture of the wrecked machine taKen 
by a member of the Thirty-fifth Aerial Squadron. 




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A. A. MOORE 



D. W. NORRIS 





MARSHALL COUNTY 
I I WAR WORK IIZZI 



C. C. ST. CLAIR 



MARSHALL COUNTY was 100 per cent effi- 
cient in all of its war work at home. It 
was one of the eleven counties in Iowa which met 
its quota in the First Liberty Loan. It was one 
of the seventeen to meet its full quota in the 
Second Liberty Loan and in the Third and Fourth 
Loans, when Iowa was the first state over the top 
in the nation, Marshall County was among the 
first half dozen counties over the top in the state. 

Marshall County purchased 115 per cent of its 
quota in war savings stamps when the nation at 
large purchased less than 50 per cent, and Mar- 
shall County gave 115 per cent of its quota to the 
seven welfare societies in the union war work 
drive. 

To the Red Cross Marshall County always de- 
livered its full quota, tendering its check in ad- 
vance of the drive and raising twice and three 
times as much as was asked so as to have plenty 
of funds for the work of its local chapter, which 
ranked as a model for all other chapters, accord- 
ing to the judgment of the directors in Chicago. 
Marshall County owes its home service record to 
the well directed eff'orts of its County Council of 
Defense. 

After war work had started at home and one 
Liberty Loan drive had been conducted, it was 
found there were to be as many separate organi- 
zations as there were drives, each expending more 
time and effort upon organization than upon the 
drive itself. Efficient business men in Marshall- 
town, executive heads of the largest local enter- 
prises, themselves familiar with efficient business 
organization, accepted the leadership of the vari- 
ous home war activities and sitting around the 
directors' table in the First National Bank, re- 
organized the County Council of Defense into an 
efficient, powerful, military force for the conduct 
of all war work at home. 

The chairman of the County Council of Defense, 
A. A. Moore ; the county chairman of the Liberty 
Loan, C. C. St. Clair; the county chairman of the 
Red Cross, C. H. E. Boardman ; the county chair- 
man of war savings stamp sales, D. W. Norris; 
the county chairman of the union war work, R. 
W. McCreery; the county food administrator, L. 
C. Abbott, and the city fuel administrator, John 
I. Bell, were made a committee of county com- 
manders of the County Council of Defense, to act 
as an executive committee for all drives and chief 

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command of each drive being assumed by the commander assigned to that 
branch of the home service. 

Each county commander was given a precinct captain for his branch of 
the war work in each voting precinct of tlie county, and these seven pre- 
cinct captains were all admitted to the County Council of Defense to con- 
stitute the local Council of Defense for their precincts and to act as a per- 
manent precinct committee for all drives, the precinct command being 
assumed in each drive by the captain for that branch of the service. 

Marshalltown was divided by the intersection of Main and Center 
streets into four precincts, with a local Council of Defense and seven cap- 
tains for each precinct. For the purpose of rapid and efficient canvassing 
each of the city precincts was then sub-divided into from five to six sub- 
districts and a committee of seven war workers or privates in the War 
Service League assigned permanently to that district to do the canvassing 
for all drives. These Wai' Service League v\-orkers were not members of 
the County Council but when that body did meet every month in the east 
coui't room it filled the I'oom with as representative a group as any county 
convention of a political party. Its sessions were businesslike and serious 
as most of the members had sons in the service. There was no oratory, 
no lost motion. The business men acting as county commanders were 
always I'eady with proposals and instructions for the work in hand and 
the precinct captains were there to co-operate with their leaders. 

The County Council maintained a committee on loyalty and patriotic 
service, composed of its chairman, Mr. Moore ; its secretary, Mr. F. G. 
Pierce, and C. H. E. Boardman. W. H. Arnev, H. A. Kinnan, A. H. E. 
Matthews, W. B. Nason, J. L. Wylie, J. F. McMahon and C. E. Nickerson. 
This committee, known as the "slackers' court," reviewed all controversies 
between individuals and their local councils and invariably, without a single 
failure, induced objectors to come across for the contributions and pur- 
chases in the war diives according to a fair allotment. 

All war funds were alloted to its citizens according to their ability to 
pay. Liberty Loans were allotted among the precincts upon the basis of 
assessed values of property ; war stamps upon the basis of population ; Red 
Cross and all welfaie funds one-half upon the basis of pi'operty values 
and one-half upon the basis of population. Every citizen's assessable 
property was listed from the tax books, his income estimated by compe- 
tent committees and each precinct quota in every drive was then allotted 
to its citizens as fairly in proportion to their ability to pay as committees 
of neighbors could distribute the war burden. So fairly was the work done 
that all of the later drives for bonds and stamps and Red Cross funds were 
conducted at polling places to which people went without being solicited 
to volunteer for the war as they would to vote for a president. 

Marshall County's plan for war service oi'ganization was adopted in the 
later months of the war by many other counties which were unable to 
meet their quotas in the war fund drives in any other way. As soon as 
the armistice was signed the Council of Defense adjourned sine die. 



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-H RED CROSS ACTIVITIES + 





C. H. E. BOARDMAN 



R. W. McCREERY 



ANY attempt of a detailed report of the doings of the Marshall County 
Red Cross Chapter during the war period would extend this article 
beyond the limitations imposed. 

The Marshall County Chapter was organized April 24, 1917, with 
twenty members. Its officers for the first year were A. A. Moore, chair- 
man; H. S. Lawrence, treasurer, and Mrs. M. G. Ingalls, secretary. These 
served until Dec. 1, 1917, when the following officers were elected: A. A. 
Moore, chairman; H. S. Lawrence, treasurer, and W. H. Arney, secretary. 
In November, 1918, C. H. E. Boardman was elected chairman ; H. S. Law- 
rence, treasurer, and C. R. Edmister, secretary. 

The raising of funds and obtaining a membership was placed in charge 
of C. H. E. Boardman, who continued in that capacity until he became 
chaii-man in November, 1918, when L. A. Larson became chairman of the 
Membership Committee, and conducted the 1918 Christmas Roll Call 
Campaign. 

At present there are 21, .500 members in Marshall County Chapter, 
without counting soldiers and sailors in the service. 

The total cash receipts from membership and the first war drive were 
$69,706.84. The total cash raised in the second war drive was $38,446.68, 
while the third membership drive produced $18,-304.73. This gives a grand 
total of $126,458.25 in real money raised directly for war purposes. Out- 
side donations and individual work of the chapter will increase this amount 
to $150,000.00. 

The raising of funds, however, was but a small part of the actual war 



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work of the Red Cross in Marshall County. The greater portion of Mar- 
shall County's contribution consisted of the work done by the women who 
faithfully, efficiently and persistently, day by day, labored at the rooms 
and in their homes, sewing and knitting, making surgical dressings, all 
for our soldiers and sailors over seas and in the camps. Words of appre- 
ciation fail ; statistics mean so little. By actual count of known work, Mar- 
shall County shipped 352 boxes, made 11,935 hospital garments, produced 
27,406 hospital supplies, knit 8,912 articles, made 209,392 surgical dress- 
ings, shipped 13,546 refugee gamients, besides packing 14 boxes and 50 
packages for refugee work. Christmas was made merry for the soldiers, 
packages were sent across seas, supplies were created, crated and shipped. 
Every requirement was more than met, and with promptness. Individual 
mention would only mean to catalog a long list. This branch of the ser- 
vice was at all times under the efficient management of Mrs. A. F. Balch. 

Any article on Red Cross work in Marshall County that did not refer 
to A. A. Moore, would be indeed lacking. There is no one man in Marshall 
County who has devoted more personal attention and individual energy 
than has he. He was the directing and perfonning head of the organiza- 
tion during the entire period of the war and the success of the organiza- 
tion in all its endeavors speaks more potently than could volumes of what 
has been accomplished by him. 

Marshall County maintained a "flu" hospital during the epidemic, at 
times with over fifty patients under its ministration. It co-operated with 
county and city officials and the checking of the scourge was due in no 
small degree to its efi'orts. 

A canteen service was maintained at all trains for soldiers and sailors 
en route. 

Its Civilian Relief and Home Service Section have responded with cash, 
comfort and assistance to all those in the service and those dependent 
upon them. 

Marshall County has twenty-four branch chapters outside of Marshall- 
town — all alive, all working, and each a credit to its locality and to the 
organization. 

No resident of Marshall County need speak with anything but pride 
of the work of the Marshall County Chapter in all departments of Red 
Cross activities — all done with a minimum of expense and a maximum 
of efficiency. 

Best of all was the spirit of patriotism, loyalty and charity which was 
the inspiration of all during the dark days of the world's war, and which 
will live longer even than the memory of good deeds done. 



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Marshall County Food Administration 




L. C. ABBOTT 

THE United States Food Administration for Marshal] County was in- 
augurated December 8, 1917, by the appointment of L. C. Abbott as 
administrator, and F. A. Moscrip as assistant administrator. Previous to 
these appointments a committee of conservation as part of the County 
Council of Defense had through sub-committees and othei-wise urged war 
gardens and tillage of vacant lots with much success. Of this committee 
the two named administrators were members and when the Federal Food 
Administration organized the state were so appointed by State Food Ad- 
ministrator Deems. 

The actual work and labor of the County Food Administration as a 
federal activity came with the rationing of wheat flour and the call for 
return of overstocks in the hands of consumers in February, 1918. Thence- 
forth the task was a daily one and continued to be so for the ensuing 
eighteen months. In May, 1917, Mr. Moscrip was made county adminis- 
trator and the two administrators gave every afternoon of their full days 
to the work of their office. The city paid for clerical work for war activi- 
ties and Miss Lou A. Vogel was appointed assistant county administrator 
by request of the county food administrators and had charge of the office 
of the food administration in the court house. E. H. Schilling, of State 
Center, also was appointed as assistant food administrator for the west 
end of the county. Both served faithfully until the dissolution of the office, 
about January 1, 1919. 

The County Food Administration evolved a flour cai'd carrying the 
ration of each person in the family and with the splendid co-operation of 



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the patriotic retail dealers of the county, who adopted the card and pledged 
themselves to sell to no one not supplied with that credential, actually held 
the consumption of flour during the desperate months of scarcity down to 
the one and one-half pounds weekly as promulgated by Hoover. In this 
they had the general and most hearty support of the people of Marshall 
County. It was said authoritatively that Marshall County saved more 
flour than any other in the state. It gathered up several carloads of its 
overstock and shipped them to places of extreme scarcity. In this flour 
wholesalers co-operated willingly. Generally speaking the popular idea 
was to give every assistance. Some few persons were fined for the bene- 
fits of the Red Cross and the good of their souls, but the great mass of 
Marshall County saved food patriotically to win the war. 

In the organization of the War Service League of the county, the food 
administration gladly became part and received every assistance from the 
extended council of defense. The administration was organized in every 
township of the county and did excellent and patriotic work in practically 
every instance. One member was dismissed from the chairmanship of his 
township for cause and another was replaced because of dilatory methods. 
But the township food chairmen were a fine body of willing men. As in 
the hog census taken they did their work with pi'actical hard sense and 
appreciation of their duty. 

No county in the state was better organized in food administration than 
Marshall or received more general and loyal support. When wheat became 
easier and certain restrictions were lifted, the sugar scarcity was acute. 
It will illustrate the completeness of the organization to relate that the 
flour card was changed by order to a sugar card and so accepted by the 
retailers and the consumers without delay and without question, and that 
none in Marshall County could by any means buy more than his two pounds 
per month of any dealer in the county. 

For the most part the administration had the agreeable support and co- 
operation of the hotels and eating houses on meat and sugar rules and other 
federal restrictions placed upon these places. Indeed, while watchfulness 
was the order of the day, the general spirit of all the people, wholesalers, 
retailers, hotels, restaurants, drug stores and fountains, consumers and 
all who fell under the supervision of the food administration, was most 
excellent and patriotic. But one retailer was fined and his offense was re- 
committed through ignorance more than intent. No baker, restaurant, 
hotel and but few consumers were penalized. 



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Marshall County Fuel Administration 




Jt)HK I. BELL 

COUNCILMAN JOHN I. BELL was a man of many duties during the 
war period, serving as chairman of the Federal Fuel Board, under the 
direction of the County Council of Defense ; chairman of the Department 
of Labor, United States Employment Service, and chairman of the United 
States Public Service Reserve, United States Depaiiment of Labor. 

Mr. Bell became Marshall County Fuel Administrator in November, 
1917, when the office was created. It was his duty to see that fuel prices 
were kept regular and that a good supply of fuel was always on hand, to 
prevent any serious shortage. This service he performed most satisfac- 
torily and at all times had the hearty co-operation of the dealei's. He 
worked under the direction of State Fuel Administrator Webster. 

A close check was kept of all fuel stocks on hand, the sales, the prices 
received and the amount of coal received by dealers. Even when a serious 
shortage threatened, the office was so competently administered that there 
was no suffering from lack of fuel in this county. 

The labor bureau was turned over to Mr. Bell about April 1, 1918. This 
office was under the direction of Urick and Metcalf, the state supervisors, 
and it still is active in securing employment for I'eturned soldiers and 
sailors. It has been instrumental in placing in good jobs many men who 
had retui'ned fiom ti'aining camps and fi'om oveiseas. 



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WAR WORK OF COUNTY Y. M. C A. 




B. NORTHCOTT 



THE Young Men's Christian Association 
in Marshalltown was built by the citi- 
zens of Marshall County to serve the inter- 
ests of the men and boys. Ever since its 
erection it has been the purpose of those in 
charge to make the building a community 
center, bringing under its roof all the activi- 
ties of the county it was possible to secure. 
While the Association must have members 
who pay a certain sum for the privileges of 
the Association, it has never been the policy 
of the officers in charge to restrict the use 
of the building to the membership. With 
this program in force the men and boys of 
Marshall County have been making this 
their headquarters. 

At the outbreak of the war the program 
of the Y. M. C. A. was immediatelv shifted 
to such a place as to enable the officers and 
membership to give their time to help win 
the war. The building with all its equipment and the force of the Asso- 
ciation was turned in this direction. Two men on the staff, Mr. Robert 
Davis and Mr. E. E. Micklewright, went to war. Mr. Davis joined the 
cavalry and Mr. Micklewright the medical division of the Engineers' 
Corps. Mr. Oilman, the physical director, left the services of the local 
Association and entered the service of the Army Y. M. C. A. at Camp Dodge. 
The Association, so well equipped, became the center for many war 
activities. When the fund was raised for securing and giving watches 
and medals to Marshall County boys, the general secretary of the "Y," 
Mr. J. B. Northcott, was asked to handle the details of the work, working 
under a most efficient committee. It was the privilege of the "Y" staff 
to meet each contingent which went to camp. The secretaries met each 
group, saw to it that each man was provided with a watch and medal, that 
he was given advice as to the best way to act upon entry into camp and 
when the group entrained, went with the boys to their camps, taking with 
them supplies of writing material, reading matter, games, etc., to make 
the trip as pleasant as possible, and to break the strain due to leaving 
home for war. 

Marshall County having the only "Y" in this immediate territory, the 
secretary of the local "Y," Mr. Northcott, was made district manager for 
all the campaigns raising money for the War Y. M. C. A. work. The terri- 
tory included Marshall, Hardin, Butler, Franklin, Hamilton, Grundy and 
Wright counties. Between campaigns Mr. Northcott spent three months 
in Anny "Y" service at Camp Dodge. 

The "Y" officers assisted in every way possible in organizing and putting 
across all the war fund campaigns and left nothing undone in their power 
to help win the war. Now that the boys are returning, one secretary has 
been asked to give his time in assisting the boys and each man returning 
from service is being given a free membership for three months of privi- 
leges. Many other phases of the work could be mentioned but all that is 
necessary is to say that the Association through its members, officers, 
equipment and all that it had, did everything in its power to help back 
our boys at the front and at home to win the war. 

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EXEMPTION BOARD STATISTICS 





RAY P. SCOTT 
Legal Adviser 



FIGURES compiled from the records of the Exemption Board by Miss 
Agnes Swift, chief clerk, shows the total registration for the selective 
draft in Marshall County to have been 6,819. One hundred sixty regis- 
tered men were transferred from other counties for examination by the 
local board. The total number inducted for service was 929. The number 
enlisting from the county at the local station was 234, with fifteen others 
entering the emergency fleet service. More than 1,485 men were examined 
by the local board for service. 



Page Twenty-nine 



Membership of Council of Defense 



A. A. Moore, Chairman F. G. Pierce, Secretary 

W. H. Arney, Vice Chairman C. C. St. Clair, Treasurer 

County Commanders 
A. A. Moore, Council of Defense C. H. E. Boardman, Red Cross 

C. C. St. Clair, Liberty Loan R. W. McCreery, United War Work 

D. W. Norris, War Savings Stamps L. C. Abbott, Food Administration 

John L Bell, Fuel Administration 



First Ward, Marshalltown : 


Martin Graham 


LoKan No. 2 


Frank G. Pierce 


C. E. Arney 


Will Worden 


O. L. Ing'.edue 


H. J. Reidel 


F. W. Tieges 


W. T. Bennett 


Jefferson No. 1 : 


Ellis Dysart 


Fred H. Pepper 


F. C. Ward 


Park Grier 


Ed T. Austin 


Merl C. Patton 


John Bosch 


J. B. Loeffel 


S. A. Mcllrath 


L. J. Nason 


F. A. Burnett 


W. P. Stewart 


P. E. Bosch 


Second Ward. Marshalltown : 


R. E. Lindauist 


Marietta : 


I. T. Forbes 


H. E. Jenks 


Henry Goecke 


H. A. Weisman 


R. J. McCleary 


Warren Nichols 


W. G. Strickler 


Jefferson No.2 : 


H. W. Moninger 


R. W. Scott 


M. J. McGrath 


Robert Harlter 


W. T. Smith 


M. L. Krier 


Roe Hiatt 


H. K. Denmead 


A. J. Heimerman 


E. J. Benson 


E. N. Farber 


Ed Vandei-ah 


Marion : 


F. S. Hynds 


J. H. Knoll 


T. P. Low 


Third Ward. Marshalltown: 


M. Kunkel 


Dr. J. F. Strain 


E. B. Everist 


LeGrand No. 1 : 


Charles Shipton 


F. M. Wilbur 


N. 0. Keen 


E. E. Shelton 


S. H. Reilly 


C. L Tweed 


Rav Plummer 


H. A. Kinnan 


Ben Sawyer 


Howard Nicholson 


W, B. Hull 


John F. Rvlander 


Will Lynch 


Leon H. Will 


C. T. Keen 


Minerva: 


Charles Amblad 


S. R. Piper 


M. E. Hilleman 


Fourth Ward. Marshalltown: 


Ed Sharp 


A. A. Arney 


J. L. Golwitzer 
H. J. Howe 
A. T. Elder 
L. E. Matson 
W. W. Doolittle 


LeGrand No. 2 : 
Harrv Brucklacjier 
William Gummert 
Frank Peshel 
F. H. Nuese 
D. F. Baer 
Raymond Peterson 


F. E. Ludlow 
Dr. E. H. Noble 
W. C. Hilleman 
H. Armbrecht 
Marsh Ingledue 


J. C. Williams 


State Center: 


John Feld 


W. A. Ellis 
F. L. Dobbin 


Banjior : 


H. Baasch 


Dr. L D. Kauffman 
W. N. Gilbert 


R. M. Switzer 

F. C. Davis 
Stephen Jessup 

G. Dillon 
Earl Willits 


Liberty : 


W. H. Harlan 
E. E. Cooper 


J. P. Allison 
R. Robinson 


G. T. LaPlant 


J. F. McMahon 


Sherman Weatherly 
Elim Jessup 


W. D. Drew- 
Fred VanMeter 
George W. Dewey 


Tavlor : 

0. J. Parsons 
M. W. McKibben 


Eden: 


John Mackin 


Walter Collins 


H. W. Neff 
Dr. L. E. Noble 
Harrv Hildreth 


Linn No. 1 : 

G. N. Lampman 


G. H. Lewis 
K. G. Arney 
H. C. Eckles 
H. Wheater 
Timber Creek : 

George \. C. Ogier 
Gus Noid 


William F. Smith 
Beit Pike 
W. D. Boraoyne 
H. M. Weeks 


John F. Schultz 
C. J. Reed 
O. B. Waters 
Wilev G. Ward 
W. E. Williams 


Greencastle. No. 1 : 


Daniel Andrews 


A. J. GUson 


C. F. Pohle 




George Roberts 


J. L. Wvlie 


Linn No. 2 (Soldiers' Home) : 


E. W. Bohen 


J. S. Darrah 


B. C. Whitehill. Chairman 


J. F. Mplberg 


H. B. Darrah 


Carl Shaffner. Secretary 


Henry Welp 


R. J. Paul 


Liscomb : 


Vienna: 


F. R. Ensminger 


E. E. Boyd 


John P. Zink 


Peter Gannon 


Henry Leise 


C. E. Nickerson 


Greencastle No. 2 : 


R. E. Musptrave 


J. R. James 


W. F. Smith 


G. W. Biersborn 


a. H. Stnll 


J. A. Workman 


E. J. Dillon 


K. L. Eckles 


O. A. Finders 


Elias Buechley 


B. W. .Ta-kson 


B. E. Gould 


B. F. Vorhis 


J. M. Nickerson 


W. K. Lackey 


Locran No. 1 : 


Washington: 


A. J. Alexander 


W. B. Nason 


D. V. McLean 


Charles Sexton 


George A. DeButts 


J. C. Koontz 


Iowa : 


L. J. Wallace 


.1. W. T^arrington 


F. D. Dennis 


J. 0. DeButts 


S W. Me-ers 


D. S. Collins 


M SaTiderman 


James 0. B^ssPtt 


F. G. Housrhton 


Steve Richards 


Chris Rrnckman 


C. A. Robinson 


Dr. L. H. Ferris 


Hans Erickson 

Page Thirty-one 



This section devoted to 

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHS 

of 

National Army Draft Contingents, War Service 

Boards, Red Cross Workers and General 

War Activities of Marshall County 




The photographs in this section are the only 
ones which may be designated as official, and 
which are to be used in the County, State and 
Government Historical Files. 



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Official Photographers 



Page Thirty-three 




FAREWELL TO SECOND DRAFT INCREMENT 

SEPT. 19, 1917 

IN FRONT OF Y. M. C. A. BUILDING, MARSHALLTOWN 





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SPECIAL INCREMENT, SENT TO TRAINING SCHOOL AUTO MECHANICS, 

AUSTIN, TEXAS, JULY 23, 1918 

Left to right: Guy A. Bailey, Harry L. Berg, L. L. Stookey, Ray H. 

Breckenridge, Ralpli C. Brock 




DECORATED ENGINE HAULING FIFTH INCREMENT TO JEFFERSON 
BARRACKS, MO., MAY 13, 1918 



Personnel of Seventh Draft Increment 



SENT TO 
CAMP PIKE, ARK., JULY 24, 1918 



Joe A. Benson 
Robert N. McLeland 
Fay W. Hinshaw 
Warner E. Anderson 
John FValey 
Lee Carely 
Claire Charles Clay 
Joseph Ulrich 
Albert Eckhardt 
Clyde M. Serbein 
Earl H. Nyce 
Chas. Ingraham 
Harry B. Leeman 
Lewis C. Miltenberger 
John L. Olson 
Charles A. Matson 
Raleigh E. Forrey 
Theodore M. Sawyer 
Clyde N. Marshall 
Clarence H. Vaughan 
George C. Jonsson 
Kenneth L. Rubee 
Noyce A. Grant 
Arthur Skipton 
Ole M. Danielson 
Oscar C. York 
Russell Wirth 
Fred W. Johnson 
John A. Frost 
Edmun R. Brandon 
Fred Petro 
Frank Probst 
Frank Sprinkle 
Benjamin F. Strom 
Martin L. Coyne 
Max M. Mills 
Bennie Swenson 
Roy M. Good 
George H. Boury 
John J. Lynch 
Albert Baker 
Oliver Swenson 
James S. Gowdy 
William A. Pemberton 
Jesse C. Everist 
Thomas Haines 
Arthur Clay 
Harry Woollard 
James E. McManus 
Frank Edwin Melberg 
William Springer 
Christ Olsen 
Louis Pappas 
John E. Long 
Frederick M. Koontz 
Earl C. Hay 
William H. Eggers 
John E. Freland 
Wayland W. Wall 
W. Ward Parsons 
Emery M. Strieker 
Roy W. Winters 
Hjalmer V. Hellberg 
Clarence E. Hartwell 
Charles F. Wills 
Howard L. Shelton 
Victor F. Louthan 
Averv L. Walters 
Lee W. Luthi 
Bert Meier 
Micheli Pacrlia 
George K. Benahan 
Walter A. Howard 
George F. West 
Walter F. Oehlsen 
Bvron J. Havens 
Leland C. Hilleman 
Fred W. Case 
John Osaland 



Samuel h. Whinery 
Roy R. Hartwell 
Daniel N. Glidewell 
Thomas D. Smith 
Raymond A. Bender 
Royal A. Wieneke 
William D. Lindsey 
Floyd D. Poland 
Martin J. Rodermel 
Harold W. Heywood 
Samuel Anderson 
Lee R. Halverson 
Harold B. Rosen 
Russell G. Kollin 
Clarence L. Fisher 
Leonard E. Robbins 
Joseph C. Moffett 
Merrill L. Mitchell 
Jesse Menter 
Earnest Schupback 
Elmer L. Lanning 
James C. Copley 
Carl H. Bruenner 
George C. Detrick 
Fred C. Ziehler 
Harry E, Ritter 
Clarence L East 
Lewis F. Davis 
Fred L. Long 
Ira A. Alexander 
Jesse E. Spease 
Carl J. Krupp 
Earl T. Weatherly 
Fred Divis 
Rolland A. Cronk 
Charles E. Freland 
Kenneth Roberts 
Joseph R. Barth 
John L. Hill 
Donald Woodworth 
Shuford Mvers 
James R. Merritt 
Glenn Wesley Rhodes 
George Woodworth 
Elmer Kappen 
Frank Panek 
Virden M. Arnold 
Charlie N. Amendt 
Ceorge Meech, Jr. 
Joe H. Malloy 
James J. Burns 
Clarence W. Rich 
Roy McGrew 
William Divis 
Sidney Waldo 
Henry William Bolei 
Alfred H. Norland 
Cecil G. Maulsby 
Anton Springer 
James Abdallah 
Omar G. Sidwell 
Joseph McDonald 
Homer Lynch 
Fred Belknap 
Harrv A. Allen 
Frank J. West 
George B. Adkins 
Ross E. Kirk 
Raymond Brush 
Ernest R. Nutting 
Frank R. Hayes 
Carl A. Knudson 
Mel Grimm 
James Ivan Signs 
Harry B. McCarl 
Henrv H. Hart 
Harold B. Hidy 
Frank Phillip 
John F. Mangan 



Alfred H. McFarluad 
George M. Spielhagen 
Carl William Jones 
Harry B. Wogan 
Kay Quillin 
William B. Miller 
Arhild L. Rosengren 
Floyd Bryant 
Joseph Blackwell 
Guy H. Norris 
Ivan J. Hooker 
George A. Bees 
William A. Louthan 
Frank Gill 
George W. Haire 
Henry Thompson 
Ora F. Spencer 
Axel R. Elander 
Stephen Drebot 
Fred Mikschl 
Lawrence Belknap 
Joseph W. Specht 
Herbert L. Stover 
Henry Fagan 
Donald L. Powers 
Frank W. Gaunt 
George W. Rokes 
James Savage 
John R. Monohon 
Earl E. Hobson 
Joe Heberle 
Earnest A. Adams 
Oliver Seim 
Walter Daniel 
Charles W. Wood 
Walter S. Holoomb 
Sam Tyler 
Arthur Wolken 
Thomas Stonewall 
Raymond H. Narber 
Chester M. Stedman 
Otto Inman Seim 
Tom Jestland 
Michael P. Rizos 
Harry Russell Lutes 
Lester D. Farmer 
Charles H. Ross 
Adolph Pfleiger 
J. August Steier 
Andrew Stenhouse 
Art Strouse 
Ralph A. Wilkens 
Antonio Antonille 
Harry Elmer Powers 
Fred Wul.f 

Wayne Harold Hodges 
Mike Coval 
Charles V. Ogle 
Howell E. Olmstead 
Leo J. Portz 
Giacomo Fortino 
Fred Schultz 
Walter R. Cope 
Charles Khile 
Lorenz Germann 
Stephen W. Rutherford 
Thomas E. Meickley 
Harold D. Wonder 
Roy A. Gowdy 
Charles W. McGowan 
George Teager 
Myron M. Paul 
William F. Hayden 
Bernard McGlynn 
Bert B. Ingebritson 
Roy Mcllrath 
Melvin A. Thorn 
Leroy Hyatt 
Frank A. Quick 



Page Forty-three 




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SPECIAL INCREMENT 
Sent to Camp Dodge, Aug. 3, 1918 
Left to right: Carl Brown, Marion 
Gard, chairman Exemption Board, and 
Ezell Morrow. 





SPECIAL INCREMENT 
Sent to Camp Funston, Aug. 29, 1918 
Lawrence Gerke and Fred Zeisneiss 



SPECIAL INCREMENT 

Sent to Camp Dodge, Aug. 23, 1918 

Walter S. Warn (left) and David 

Williams (right) 



Page Forty-five 





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SPECIAL INCREMENT SENT TO JEFFERSON BARRACKS, MO., AUG. 6, 1918 

Left to right: Harold P. Bigalow, Clarence A. Thoi-pe, Clarence E. Hart. Robert E. Aves, 




SPECIAL AUTO MECHANICS IXCUKMENT 
Sent to Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa, Aug. 15, 1918 

Personnel: Clifford W. OBryon. Harold R. Cash. William D. Harl. Ernest L. Lynk. 
Maurice K. Jessup and Samuel K. Brown 




SPECIAL INCREMENT SENT TO CAMP FUNSTON, KAN., SEPT. 4, 1918 

Personnel: Melvin E. Nelson, Bartle H. Woodward. William E. Hundley. Howard C. Sparks, George W. 
Lemmon. Harry E. Bal" 




SPECIAL INCREMENT SENT TO IOWA STATE COLLEGE, AMES, IOWA 
NOV. 4, 1918. (Last Selective men to leave County.) 

Personnel: Fred Zuercher. Jay Boyer, William R. Cross. Lawrence McDermott. Arthur Nelson. John S. 



Rudy. William F. Schn 



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D. Mead 




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MARSHALL COUNTY RED CROSS 





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DEACONESS HOSPITAT. NURSES WHO VOLLXTERED FOR SEliVICE 
Back Row (left to right): Miss Anna Nelson, Camp Dodge; Miss Marian Cavanaug-h, Camp 

Dodge; Miss Nellie White, Camp Dodge; Miss Delia Anderson, Camp Dodge; Miss Frances Cav- 

anaugh, home sei-vice; Miss Helen Dale, Ft. Des Moines. 

Front Row: Miss Anna Stnive, home service; Miss Louise Strohm, Camp Dodge; Miss Mahala 

Schroeder, home service. 





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Mrs. A. F. Balch 



RED CROSS CHAIRMEN 

Mrs. F. W. Alban 
Mrs. Charles Munson 



BIrs. H. A. Kinnan 
Mrs. R. W. McCreerv 




SUPERVISORS AND TEACHERS OF SURGICAL WORKERS 

1, Mrs. C. W. Hughes; 2, Mrs. H. S. Lawrence; 3, Dr. Cora Choate; 4, Mrs. C. H. Tidd; 5, Mrs. 
Charles Munson; 6, Mrs. Will Culley; 7, Mrs. H. E. Fesler; 8, Mrs. W. H. Steiner; 9, Mrs. F. S. 
Wing; 10, Mrs. H. S. Miller; 11, Mrs. F. W. Alban. 



Page Fifty-one 




aiARSHALLTOWN RED CROSS WORKERS 

1, Mrs. W. T. Miller; 2, Mrs. Charles Munson; 3, Miss Anna Maude Kimberly; 4, Mrs. W. J. 
Richards; 5, Mrs. Robert Mullin; 6, Mrs. H. M. Cooper; 7, Mrs. Philip Vogt; 8, Miss Helen Bern- 
stein; 9, Mrs. W. Culley; 10, Mrs. H. E. Fesler; 11, Mrs. Marion Card; 12, Mrs. B. C. Whitehill; 
13, Mrs. H. J. Rodgers; 14, Mrs. C. W. Hughes; 15, Mrs. C. E. Smith; 16, Mrs. George Reisinger; 
17, Mrs. H. S. Miller. 




MARSHALLTOWN RE J CROSS WORKERS 
1, Mrs. Henry Shove; 2, Mrs. Charles Bay; 3, Mrs. H. B. Beatty; 4, Mrs. W. T. Miller; .5, Mrs. 
A. C. Everist; 6, Mrs. R. W. Chamberlain; 7, Mrs. Jennie Willard; 8, Mrs. E. A. Arnold; i), Mrs. 
R. E. Disbrow; 10, Mrs. George Lyon; 11, Mrs. C. L. Rogers; 12, Mrs. E. W. Hinehley. 



Page Fifty-two 




MARSHALLTOWN RED CROSS WORKERS 

1, Mrs. F. R. Jackson; 2, Lieut. Jackson; 3, Capt. Fesler; 4, Lieut. Bratt; .5, Mrs. A. E. Myers; 
6, Mrs. Robert Blakeley; 7, Mrs. P. C. Jones; 8, Mrs. A. Batgy; 9, Mrs. R. G. Goodale; 10, Mrs. 
A. T. Elder; 11, Mrs. W. H. Ford; 12, Mrs. Mary Watters; 13, Mrs. Emmet Waters; 14, Mrs. 
P. W. Burke; 15, Mrs. M. S. Ketchum; 16, Miss Jannet Elder; 17, Miss Laura Gcodale; 18, Miss 
Ann Ketchum; 19, Mrs. W. J. Van Derveer; 20, Miss Theresa Jordan. 




MARSHALLTOWN RED CROSS WORKERS 

1, Miss Eva Cummings; 2, Mrs. R. E. Miller; 3, Mrs. J. F. Perry; 4, Mrs. F. O. Gumming; 
5, Mrs. C. G. Blodgett; 6, Mrs. W. T. Somers; 7, Mrs. J. J. Lynk; 8, Mrs. E. L. Rhodes; 9, Mrs. 
L. L. Gregson; 10, Mrs. J. M. demons; 11, Mrs. E. Center; 12, Mrs. M. B. Klise; 13, Mrs. F. W. 
Moehrl; 14, Mrs. E. C. Carlson; 15, Mrs. Margaret Cooper; 16, Mrs. Lester Williams; 17, Mrs. 
P. F. Byrd; 18, Mrs. C. C. Lounsb~rry; 19, Mrs. B. F. Collins; 20, Mrs. J. D. Holladay; 21, Mrs. 
C. R. Wordtman; 22, Mrs. C. C. Ackley; 23, Mirs Delia Rhcades. 



Page Fifty-three 




MARSH ALLTOWN RED CROSS WORKERS 

1, Mrs. Marion Card; 2, Mrs. F. W. Alban; 3, Mrs. R. E. Adams; 4, Mrs. A. F. Balch; 5, Mrs. 
G. M. Williams; 6, Mrs. R. W. McCreerj'; 7, Mrs. J. A. Knight; 8, Miss Minnie Russell; 9, Miss 
Fannie Russell; 10, Mrs. G. A. Mote; 11, Mrs. G. F. Kolp; 12, Mrs. Maude Battis; 13, Mrs. 
Charles Bates; 14, Mrs. F. L. Meeker; 15, Mrs. Herman H. Gabelman; 16, Mrs. H. J. Rodgers; 17, 
Mrs. Charles Munson; 18, Mrs. O. Mitchell; 19, Mrs. S. M. Cause; 20, Mrs. D. D. Neblett; 21, Mrs. 
A. L. Gillett; 22, Mrs. F. O. Bailey; 23, Mrs. N. J. Richards; 24, Mrs. Jane Eadie. 




MARSHALLTOWN RED CROSS WORKERS 

1, Mrs. Charles Munson; 2, Mrs. R. W. McCreery; 3, Mrs. R. E. Adams; 4, Mrs. G. N. Wil- 
liams; 5, Mrs. Philip Vogt; 6, Mrs. David Lennox; 7, Mrs. Jane Eadie; 8, Mrs. George A. Howe; 
9, Mrs. G. A. Tewksbury; 10, Mrs. H. H. Nichols; 11, Mrs. J. H. Gunning; 12, Mrs. D. J. Collins. 



Page Fifty-four 




MARSHALLTOWN RED CROSS WORKERS 

1, Mrs. W. E. Nicholson; 2, Mrs. Charles Bay; 3, Mrs. M. Moler; 4, Mrs. C. H. Jones; .5, Mrs. 
George Pepper; 6, Mrs. F. H. Pepper; 7, Mrs. C. E. Giddings; 8, Mrs. G. H. Correll; 9, Mrs. A. J. 
Gundlach; 10, Mrs. John W. Rusie; 11, Mrs. E.F. Poland; 12, Mrs. H. S. HoflFa; 13, Mrs. E. L. 
Stark; 14, Mrs. I. L. Negly; 15, Mrs. A. E. Pickett; 16, Mrs. J. E. Elliott; 17, Mrs. A. Olson; 
18, Mrs. A. C. Burgess. 




MARSHALLTOWN RED CROSS WORKERS 

1, Mrs. Mary J. Fogg; 2, Mrs. F. R. Benedict; 3, Mrs. James Andrews; 4, Mrs. W. L. Peck- 
ham; .5, Mrs. D. R. Jackson; 6, Mrs. D. J. Smith; 7, Mrs. F. J. Foster; 8, Mrs. 0. S. Lord; 9, Mrs. 
H. P. Edsall; 10, Mrs. Maude White; 11, Mrs. J. L. Amey; 12, Mrs. W. L. Smith; 13, Mrs. V. R. 
Lee; 14, Mrs. J. W. Edenburn; 1.5, Mrs. R. J. Andrews; 16, Mrs. M. B. Kenyon. 




MARSHALLTOWN RED CROSS WORKERS 

1, Mrs. A. A. Moore; 2, Mrs. W. A. Dickerson; 3, Mrs. C. E. True; 4, Mrs. Ida Statler; 5, Mrs. 
H. A. Weisnian; 6, Mrs. Walter Hixson; 7, Mrs. John Trigg; 8, Mrs. O. L. Thomas; 9, Mrs. F. A. 
Har; 10, Mrs. Celeste Fisher; 11, Mrs. R. A. Jones; 12, Mrs. Nellie W. Jamar; 13, Mrs. George 
Lyon; 14, Miss Anna C. McCombs; 15, Mrs. L. C. Fetters. 




MARSHALLTOWN REJ CROSS WORKERS 

1, Mrs. J. S. Nugent; 2, Mrs. B. F. Nichols; 3, Mrs. George D. Brown; 4, Mrs. Lee Everist; 
5, Mrs. James McNamara; 6, Mrs. J. F. Tallett; 7, Mrs. L. E. Herring; 8, Mrs. E. B. Ernes; 9, Mrs. 
M. A. Smith; 10, Mrs. W. A. Peters; 11, Mrs. John Cherney; 12, Mrs. William White; 13, Dorothy 
Lynch; 14, Mrs. R. Edwinson; 15, Mrs. A. E. Corder; 16, Mrs. S. J. Taylor; 17, Mrs. M. H. Moore; 
18, Mrs. George Manfull; 19, Mrs. H. Stump. 




MARSHALLTOWN RED CROSS WORKERS 

1, Mrs. N. O. Tweed; 2, Mrs. T. Adland; 3, Mrs. John Espersen; 4, Mrs. C. Olson; 5, Mrs. M. H. 
Anderson; 6, Mrs. O. C. Hougeland; 7, Mrs. G. K. Strom; 8, Miss A. Nelson; 9, Mrs. A. Hanson; 
10, Mrs. Peter Olson; 11, Mrs. S. S. Swanson; 12, Mrs. M. M. Londahl; 13, Mrs. L. A. Larson; 
14, Mrs. C. B. Johnson. 




MARSHALLTOWN RED CROSS WORKERS 
1, Mrs. A. F. Klahn; 2, Mrs. J. M. Carmean; 3, Mrs. A. L. Gillett; 4, Mrs. F. O. Bailey; 
5, Mrs. A. A. Moore; 6, Mrs. S. M. Cause; 7, Mrs. L. H. Coryell; 8, Mrs. William Peterson; 9, Mrs. 
L. D. Vitek; 10, Mrs. M. B. Kenyon; 11, Mrs. N. L. Mershon; 12, Miss Abbie J. Knights; 13, Mrs. 
E. R. Woodward. 



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MARSHALLTOWN RED CROSS WORKERS 

1, Mrs. C. W. Hughes; 2, Mrs. R. E. Adams; 3, Mrs. R. W. McCreery; 4, Mrs. W. F. Innes; 
5, Mrs. C. E. True; 6, Mrs. H. W. Householder; 7, Mrs. Isabel Parkhurst; 8, Mrs. Jane Eadie; 
9, Mrs. H. H. Nichols; 10, Mrs. M. S. McFarland; 11, Mrs. F. E. Northup; 12, Mrs. F. L. Meeker; 
13, Mrs. N. W. Jamar; 14, Mrs. May M. Sandoe; 15, Mrs. Herman Gabelman. 




MARSHALLTOWN RED CROSS WORKERS 

1, Mrs. H. C. Stowell; 2, Mrs. C. H. Tidd; 3, Mrs. W. E. Leech; 4, Mrs. C. W. Hughes; 5, Mrs. 
D. W. Norris; 6, Mrs. W. E. Gaston; 7, Mrs. C. E. Miller; 8, Mrs. C. E. Wilson; 9, Mrs. George 
Reisinger; 10, Mrs. H. S. Miller; 11, Mrs. Hugh McConnell; 12, Miss Marjorie Newcomer; 13, Mrs. 
J. K. Parks; 14, Mrs. J. R. Bullard; 15, Mrs. G. M. Johnson; 16, Mrs. J. R. Bell; 17, Mrs. E. W. 
Hinchley; 18, Mrs. G. W. Hall; 19, Mrs. Virginia Bell; 20, Mrs. E. A. Francis; 21, Mrs. E. E. Gild- 
ner; 22, Mrs. W. H. Steiner; 23, Mrs. E. W. Harmon; 24, Mrs. L. A. Larson; 25, Mrs. A. M. Vorhes. 



Page Fifty-eight 




MARSHALLTOWN RED CROSS WORKERS 

1, Mrs. L. B. DeMang-e; 2, Mrs. George C. Thiele; 3, Mrs. C. F. Schoenhut; 4, Mrs. B. L. Kelly; 
5, Mrs. W. D. Milne; 6, Mrs. B. D. Dravis; 7, Mrs. Bert Price; 8, Mrs. F. E. McElhany. 




MARSHALLTOWN RED CROSS WORKERS 

1, Mrs. C. E. Hinecker; 2, Jlrs. A. C. Everist; 3, Anna Peterson; 4, Mrs. Charles Bates; 
5, Mrs. J. N. Baug-hman; 6, Mrs. C. E. Giddings; 7, Mrs. E. B. Clinton; 8, Mrs. W. H. Bard- 
well; 9, Mrs. F. S. Jerome; 10, Mrs. Walter Leech; 11, Mrs. Bert Eno; 12, Mrs. Morgan O'Con- 
nell; 13, Mrs. Harry Vogel. 



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MARSHALLTOWN RED CROSS WORKERS 

1, Ruth BrowTi; 2, M. J. Gilmore; 3, Hardermia Robinson; 4, Agnes Gilmore; 5, Jennie Lowry; 
6, Sadie Warren; 7, Grace Humphrey; 8, L. E. Roberson; 9, Mamie Harper; 10, Emmy Flippings; 
11, Jessie Walker; 12, Genevieve Gilmore. 




RED CROSS PACKERS 

Mrs. A. A. Ake 

Mrs. H. A. Kinnan Mrs. F. W. Alban 

Mrs. W. S. Devine Charles Ingraham Miss Pearl Adams 




MARSHALL COUNTY RED CROSS WORKERS 

1, Mrs. W. H. Harlan, St. Anthony; 2, Mrs. Joseph Springer, St. Anthony; 3, Lizzie Planigan, 
St. Anthony; 4, Mrs. Harold Hildreth supervisor surgical dressings, Rhodes; 6, Mrs. R. E. Miller, 
Marshalltown; 7, Mrs. L. H| Thompson, Marshalltown; 8, Mrs. M. A. Prior, Iowa Soldiers' Home; 
9, Mrs. Margaret Goddard, Iowa Soldiers' Home; 10, Mrs. B. E. Keefer, Conrad; 77, Hulda Lynk, 
R. F. D. 5, Marshalltown; 12, Mrs. J. F. Strain, Green Mountain; 1.3, Lucy Tagatoflf, St. Anthony. 




PANSY CLUB— RED CROSS WORKERS 

1, Mrs. E. G. Flatley; 2, Mrs. J. C. Darling; 3, Mrs. G. W. Kinney; 4, Mrs. T. R. Hoit; 5, Mrs. 
F. N. Kilbride; 6, Mrs. E. Berggren; 7, Mrs. F. B. Marshall; 8, Mrs. P. M. Gord; 9, Mrs. U. S. Bent- 
ley; 10, Mrs. Harry Ulmer; 11, Mrs. E. M. Bousum; 12, Mrs. W. A. Talbot; 13, Mrs. W. L. Sharer; 
14, Mrs. W. J. Leins; 15, Mrs. 0. B. Olscn; 16, Mrs. T. H. Draper; 17, Mrs. M. F. Wilts. 



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Page Sixty-three 




LEGAL ADVISERS — SELECTIVE DRAFT 

Judge B. F. Cummings 

C. H. E. Boardman C. H. Van Law 




EXAMINING BOARD— SELECTIVE DRAFT 
Dr. N. Merrill Dr. R. R. Hansen Dr. W. S. Devine 

Dr. Edwin Cobb Dr. Ralph E. Keyser Dr. M. U. Chesire 



Page Sixty-four 



Commissioned Officers 



FROM 



Marshall County 



In Army and Navy 




CAPT. GEORGE M. JOHNSON 

M. D. 



MAJOR AARON C. CON AW AY 
M. D. 




CAPT. JAMES F. BATTIN 

M. D. 



MAJOR CHARLES O. MOORE 

M. D. (A. E. F.) 

Page-Sixty-nine 




CAPT. ALBERT HULL 

(A. E. F.) 



CAPT. WILLIAM GILCHRIST 

(A. E. F.) 




CAPT. JOHN W. BALCH 

(A. E. F.) 



LIEUT. CHARLES PATTON 
M. D. 



Page Seventy 




LIEUT. FRANCIS E. BOUCHER 

M. D. 



LIEUT. GEORGE E. HERMANCE 

M. D. 




LIEUT. HOWARD L. SIEG 



LIEUT. BYRON W. SIEG 

Page Seventy-one 




LIEUT. FRANK HAUPERT 

(A. E. F.) 



LIEUT. HART G. SMITH 

(A. E. F.) 




LIEUT. FRANK CALMUS 

(A. E. F.) 
i Seventy-two 



LIEUT. JAY MARCH FETTERS 




LIEUT. FREDERICK B. GILBERT 



LIEUT. MELVILLE A. SMITH 

(A. E. F.) 




LIEUT. WILLIAM STEINER 



LIEUT. RAYMOND E. JARRETT 

(Philippine Islands) 

Page Seventy-three 




LIEUT. WILLIAM 11. HURLBURT 



LIEUT. ROY PELL 




LIEUT. VERE V. LOPER 



LIEUT. MAX M. MILLS 

(D. D. S.) 



Page Seventy-four 




LIEUT. JAMES S. SWINGLEY 



LIEUT. FLOYD S. PATTON 

I Siberian Expedition^ 




LIEUT. J. A. JENSEN 



LIEUT. RALPH H. liLXTIXG 

(A. E. F.) 



Page Seventy-five 




LIEUT. DAVID R. WELKER 

D. D. S. 



LIEUT. HAROLD WONDER 

D. D. S. 




LIEUT. RAPHAEL BURKE 

D. D. S. 



LIEUT. HUGH C. BEARD 




LIEUT. JOHN G. GUTEKUNST 



LIEUT. HARRY S. GERHART 




LIEUT. DON H. KINNAN 



LIEUT. HARTLEY VOGT 



Page Seventy-si 




LIEUT. RAYMOND JOHNSON 



LIEUT. FRANCIS J. THOMAS 




LIEUT. MAX MORGAN 

Page Seventy-eight 



LIEUT. ARCHIE S. PATTERSON 




LIEUT. TENNUS OLSON 

(A. E. F.) 




LIEUT. CLARENCE E. TENNEY 

(A. E. F.) 





LIEUT. EARL KLINGAMAN 



LIEUT. HARRY S. GABELMAN 

(A. E. F.) 

Page Seventy-nine 




SENIOR LIEUT. C. B. ARNEY 

U. S. N. 



ENSIGN KARL MAYER 

U. S. N. 




ENSIGN COLE McCREERY 

U. S. N. 



ENSIGN EUGENE HIGGIN 

U. S. N. 



Called Upon To Do His Bit In Siberia 




LACEY GAYLORD GRAY 

Far away in Omsk, Siberia, Lacey Gaylord Gray, son of Mrs. Susan W. 
White, of Marshalltown, was called upon to do his bit for his country dui*- 
ing the World War. When the Bolshevists came into power, Gray was 
acting as agent for the International Harvester Company, at Omsk. The 
office and its private accounts were seized by the bolshevists, but Gray re- 
mained and did what little he could do to protect the interests of the firm. 

Then it was that he was called upon by his government to do his bit, 
being appointed vice consul at Omsk. In this capacity he remained thru- 
out the great war, looking after American interests when Bolshevists and 
Czecks battled for supremacy. 

Consul Gray was the only consular officer at the final peace conference 
between Bolshevists and Czecks, before the Czecks took Omsk, and was 
one of the first to congratulate and support the new Siberian government 
when it came in. 

Meanwhile Millar White, Consul Gray's half-brother, also a Marshall- 
town boy, was doing his bit in the United States marines. 




DESTROYED 
FOURTEEN U-BOATS 



T^ 



ELDERKIN C. BOARDMAN 



^0 have served on a warship that 
captured or destroyed seventeen 
submarines was the experience of Eder- 
kin C. Boardman, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
C. H. E. Boardman, of this city. Board- 
man's experience in chasing U-boats, 
laying mines and patroling British 
waters was replete with excitement and 
hazardous incidents as that of any man 
who faced the Hun soldiery from the 
first line trenches. Boardman was at- 
tached to the U. S. S. Shawmut, a mine 
layer and submarine destroyer, which 
had a complement of 350 officers and 
men. Writing to his father of his ex- 
periences Boardman said: 

"We arrived 'over here' June 29, 1918. 
After a day's run aong the rocky coast 
of Scotland we pulled thru three sets of 
gates into a small harbor, and dropped 
the hook. The town of Cromarty lies 
at the mouth of this harbor, Moray 
Firth, which is a bay of the North Sea, 
on the east coast of Scotland, at the 
extreme north and south of the Orkney Islands. 

"We went on our first mining expedition about three weeks later, carry- 
ing 340 mines, each containing 300 pounds of T. N. T. We were convoyed 
by ten English destroyers, a couple of dirigibles and some United States 
naval planes. There were nine mine layers and this was the largest mine 
laying expedition ever attempted. The English navy was amazed at such 
a tremendous project. In all, the mine layer carried 5,000 mines. We 
laid the mines from the three-mile limit of Norway, on a westerly course, 
to the Orkney Islands. After we had pushed ofl" all the mines we dropped 
marker buoys, and then on the next trip we would go out to these buoys 
and start planting mines from these west. 

"Terrible weather conditions prevailed in the North Sea, and on the 
first trip the fog was so thick we could not see anything. We could hear 
a plenty, though, because many of the mines went off as soon as the salt 
water melted away the last safety precaution. 

"The destroyers beat it for home on this first expedition and we were 
left to our own resources. Twice during that night we almost collided 
with ships but got away clean. 

"We made thirteen mine-laying trips and all contained exciting inci- 
dents, returning each time to Inverness, where Naval Base No. 18 is 
located. After one trip we went down to Newcastle-on-tyne, England, and 
went into dry dock for repairs and some big feeds. After one week there 
we came back to Invergordon and it certainly seemed dead. 

"Well, without giving details, we have fourteen big stars painted on 
the head of our pilot, representing fourteen German submarines destroyed 
or captured, credited to the Shawmut. 

"The survey ship came in yesterday and I understand we are going to 
have seventeen stars on our Thanksgiving menu — some Thanksgiving 
party." 



Page Eighty-two 





THE 

FIGHTINGEST' 

FAMILY IN 

IOWA 



Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Burgess, 
of Marshalltown, Mrs. Bur- 
gess'' four sons, Sergt. Frank 
Laughlin, aviation; Sergt. 
Frederick K. Laughlin, radio 
operator; William Laughlin, 
cavalry, and Clarence Laugh- 
lin, coast artillery, and son- 
in-law, Lieut. Herbert Karrer, 
infantry. 

Not only was the family 100 
per cent in war service, but 
its representatives were in 
almost every branch of the 
ser\'ice. Burgess was a first 
class petty ofRcer at the Great 
Lakes Naval Training Station, 
and Mrs. Burgess volunteered 
for Red Cross work. Burgess 
enlisted for service in the 
navy at the age of 46, after 
having served the government 
in securing enlistment for 
special mechanical branches 
in the army and navy. 






WILLIAM LAUGHLIN 
(Cavalry) 



SERGT. FRED'K K. LAUGHLIN 
(Kadio Operator) 

Page Eighty-three 



NEAR DEATH IN NO MAN'S LAND 




DWIGHT L. FRAZIER 



ON July 22, 1918, Dwight L. Frazer, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Frazer, of Mar- 
shalltown, a "wireless scout" with Battery 
B, Tenth Field Artillery, miraculously es- 
caped death, when a German shell killed or 
fatally wounded every member of a small 
advanced party, with the exception of Frazer. 
Writing to his parents of the incident, Frazer 
said: 

"I am in a base hospital far from the front 
lines. I am not wounded; in fact, I don't 
know what is the matter with me. All I 
know is that I am so shaky I can hard- 
ly write or do anything else. They 
call it shell shock and exhaustion. There 
was a shell lit in a bunch of us 
and got all but me. It knocked me down but I was not rendered uncon- 
scious. I bandaged one of the fellows who had a bad wound in his back, 
got a stretcher and another man. and started for a first aid station, which 
was about two miles away. Whether or not I got there I don't know. The 
next thing I knew I was in an ambulance about fifteen miles from the front, 
and the fellow I started to carry was beside me, but he had been dead for 
some time. He was a B. C. detail man, and one of my best friends. 

"Later, as I sat on the seat of the ambulance with the driver, going to 
a hospital train, Harry Gabelman and Wayne Gumming jumped on the 
side of the car. I was never so surprised in my life. I didn't have much 
time to talk to talk to them, but it seemed good to see them. 

"I can' tell you just what part of the front I have been on, but have 
been into the worst of it, and can say that Sherman was a wise man. 
Don't worry about me, as I will be 0. K. as soon as I can get a rest and 
a few square meals." 

Frazer soon rejoined his company and served with the American army 
of occupation. After the entry into Germany he was taken ill with pneu- 
monia and his recovery was considered doubtful. He recovered in due 
time, however, and returned to his command, serving with the American 
forces in France and Germany for a longer peiiod than most men from 
this county, and participating in as much severe fighting, perhaps, as any 
one man in the expeditionary forces. 



Page Eighty-four 




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Ncv^ Iyp<i Co^'tDCt (\uTn 



ROSTER OF MARSHALL COUNTY 
I 1 SOLDIERS AND SAILORS I ^1 



ABDALLAH, JAMES, Boone, la., aged 24, 
rug-maker; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; overseas, Septembei", 1918, as 
member Co. 4, S. A. R. D.; died in France, 
Oct. 18, 1918; native of Palestine. 

ADAMS, ERNEST A., Marshalltown, aged 
21, truck driver; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; Det. No. 1, Camp Pike, 
O. A. R. D.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Dec. 7, 1918. 

ADAMS, THERON A., State Center, son of 
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Adams; recruited, 
Marshallto\\Ti, April 14, 1917; Thirty- 
second Coast Art., Fort Baker, Cal. 

ADAMSON, CHARLES R., Clemons; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, June 13, 1917. 

ADKINS, GEORGE B., Laurel, aged 26, 
farmer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; Supply Company, 379th Inf.; 
mustered out. Camp Sherman, O., Dec. 12, 
1918. 

ADLAND, KERMER, Marshalltown, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Adland, aged 23, 
machinist; selective, April 5, 1918, Swee- 
ney Auto School, Kansas City, Mo.; over- 
seas, September, 1918, with 85 R. A. L., 
Seventy-third battery. 

ALE, PAUL, Marshalltown; recruited, Sept. 
27, 1917, infantry. 

ALEXANDER, CHARLES W., State Cen- 
ter, aged 30, farmer; selective, Sept. 6, 
1918, Camp Dodge; private first class, Co. 
2 First En., 163d Depot Brig. Mustered 
out, Camp Dodge, March 8, 1919. 

ALEXANDER, HUGH C, St. Anthony, 
aged 23, farmer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; A. E. F., May 16, 1918, to 
March 18, 1919; private Co. F, 132d Inf.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, March 28, 
1919. 

ALEXANDER, IRA A., Newton, HI., aged 
23, selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, 
Ark.; Corp. Co. A, 379th Inf., 95th Div. 

ALLEN, ALBERT A., Rhodes, son of Mary 
A. Allen, aged 19, mechanic; recruited, 
Marshallto-iTO, May 17, 1917; Co. A, Sec- 
ond Inf., Fort Shafter, Honolulu; Corp., 
Co. A, 88th Inf. Mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, Jan. 27, 1919. 



ALLEN, FRED C, Des Moines, aged 24, 
laborer; selective, July 31, 1918, Camp 
Forrest, Ga.; Co. C, 209th Eng.; mustered 
out, Camp Dodge, Feb. 3, 1919. 

ALLEN, HARRY AUBREY, Marshalltown; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
Co. E, Third Training Reg. 

ALLEN, LESTER O., Marshalltown, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. James Allen, aged 22, brick- 
layer; selective, June 24, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; overseas August, 1918; Co. L, 
350 Inf., 88th Div.; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, May, 1919. 

ALSBAUGH, EARL E., JIarshallto^\^l, 
aged 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H. 
Alsbaugh; recruited, Marshallto\\Ti, May 

7, 1917; Troop C, 24th Cav., Fort D. A. 
Russell, Wyo.; later with Battery B, 82d 
Field Art., Fort Bliss. 

AMENDT, CHARLES N., Melbourne, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Amendt; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark., A. E. F., 
Sept. 23, 1918, to Feb. 7, 1919; Pvt. 14th 
Co., Sept. Auto, Rep. Draft, Sept. 12, 
1918; mustered out. Camp Dodge, March 

8, 1919. 

ANDERSON, CHESTER A., Marshalltown, 
son Mrs. Anna C. Anderson, aged 28; M. 
H. S., '06; enlisted in navy. Great Lakes, 
111., May 27, 1918; Co. 17, Regt. 12, Camp 
Paul Jones; mate, first class, U. S. N. R. 
F.; cUed Great Lakes, 111., Sept. 26, 1918. 

ANDERSON, C. W., Marshalltowm, son Mrs. 
John Waldo; 19th Div. Eng., A. E. F.; 
overseas fifteen months; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, May, 1919. 

ANDERSON, HAROLD A., State Center, 
son Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, aged 

28, buttei-maker; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, 
Camp Dodge; A. E. F., Sept. 23, 1918, to 
April 16, 1919; wagoner Supply Co. 158th 
Inf.; mi'.stered out. Camp Dodge, April 

29, 1919. 

ANDERSON, JOHN E., Waterloo; trans- 
ferred to Marshall county to go with draft 
contingent of Juy 24, 1918, to Camp Pike, 
Ark. 



ROSTER OF MARSHALL COUNTY SOLDIERS AND SAILORS (Continued) 



ANDERSON, JOHN J., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Hannah Anderson; aged 29; express- 
man; selective, Feb. 24, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
overseas, April, 1918; first class pvt.. Sup- 
ply Co., 118th Inf., 30th Div.; Ypres sec- 
tor, July 12 to Sept. 6, 1918; Somme of- 
fensive, Sept. 23 to Oct. 20; West Balli- 
court, Sept. 25 to Sept. 27 (broke Hinden- 
burg line) ; Ballicourt, Sept. 25 to Sept. 30; 
Montbrohain (Hindenburg switch), Oct. 
6-7; Brancourt, Oct. 8; North Bohain, 
Oct. 9; Vaux Andigany, Oct. 10; LeSelle 
river, Oct. 17; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
April 10, 1919. 

ANDERSON, PETER, Marshalltown, aged 
22; car repairer; enlisted. Story county, 
March 19, 1918; overseas May, 1918; Pvt. 
Co. B, 339th Inf.; killed in action in 
France, September, 1918. 

ANDERSON, SAMUEL, Oilman, aged 29, 
farmer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; overseas Oct. 1, 1918, pvt. Co. 
H, 161st Inf., 41st (Sunset) Div.; landed 
Newport News, Va., Feb. 24, 1919; died of 
disease, Camp Dodge, March 16, 1919. 

ANDERSON, WARNER E., Marshalltown; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
discharged, physical disability, August, 
1918. 

ANDREWS, HERBERT JAY, demons, son 
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Andrews; enlisted, 
navy, Des Moines, July 12, 1918; Co. A, 
15th Regt., N. A.; released from service. 
Great Lakes, 111. 

ANDREWS, NATHAN FRANKLIN, Mar- 
shallto\vn, son Mr. and Mrs. James An- 
drews, aged 25; student; selective, Sept. 
6, 1918, Camp Dodge; Pvt. F. A. R. D.; 
mustered out. Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky., 
Dec. 6, 1918. 

ANDREWS, RAYMOND J., Marshallto^vn, 
son Mr. and Mrs. James Andrews, aged 
28, dentist; enlisted, Jan. 15, 1918, medi- 
cal resei^ve corps. 

ANGELSBERG, ANTHONY A., Marshall- 
town; re-enlisted, navy, Dec. 12, 1912, 
after having served three and one-half 
years; assigned to U. S. S. Alabama; 
transferred to Philadelphia naval yard for 
instruction in oil fuel training crew; trans- 
ferred to torpedo boat destroyer service. 

ANSON, EARL G., Marshalltow; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 



ANTONILLE, ANTONIO, Marshalltown, 
aged 24, laborer; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; overseas, Sept. 23, 1918, 
returned April 7, 1919; Co. D, 102d Inf.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, April 23, 
1919. 

ARMBRECHT, HERBERT, S. A. T. C, 
Iowa State College, Ames. 

ARMSTRONG, FRANCIS E., Rhodes, son 
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Armstrong; recruited 
Marshalltown, May 14, 1917; Co. M, 2d 
Inf., Fort Shafter, Honolulu. 

ARMSTRONG, RICHARD, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Armstrong; auto 
mechanic; recruited, Marshalltown, May 
22, 1917; Co. A, 5th Eng., Corpus Christi, 
Tex.; transferred to U. S. Army camp, 
San Antonio, Tex. 

ARMTROUT, ELMER J., Marshalltown; 
enlisted, Detroit, Mich., Dec. 8, 1917; 
trained Kelly Field, Tex.; landed in Eng- 
land, Aug. 28, 1918; 168th aerial squad- 
ron; mustered out, Camp Custer, Mich., 
Dec. 16, 1918. 

ARNEY, CLAUDE B., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Amey, Stephens, Ark.; 
senior lieutenant, U. S. N.; chief instruct- 
or at U. S. Radio School, New London, 
Conn.; commissioned January, 1918; has 
carried ranks of chief electrician, chief 
electrical gunner, ensign and lieutenant; 
was in wreck of U. S. S. Memphis, off 
San Francisco Bay, and was one of the 
last eight officers to leave the ship. 

ARNEY, EDWIN L., Marshalltown, aged 
24, farmer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; Pvt. Co. L, 133d Inf.; mustered 
out. Camp Cody, N. M., Dec. 5, 1917. 

ARNEY, IRA, Albion, son Mrs. Sarah Ar- 
ney; ten years service in navy; between 
seven and eight years continuous service 
on destroyer. 

ARNEY, JOSEPH V., Albion, son Mr. and 
Mrs. C. E. Amey, aged 25, fanner; select- 
ive, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; Corp. Co. 
B, 219th Field Sig. Bn.; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, Jan. 23, 1919. 

ARNOLD, VIRDEN M., Marshalltown, 
aged 27, motonnan; selective, July 24, 
1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 163d Depot Brig.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 10, 1919. 

ATKINSON, RAYMOND E., S. A. T. C, 
Cornell College, Mt. Vernon; discharged 
Dec. 15, 1918. 



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(Wounded slightly July 29, 191S ; 

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N.'^THAN A. TALBOT 
(Gassed. Oct., 1918) 




CORP. TOANK F. JOHNSON 
(Wounded July 14. 1918) 



LLOYD MILLER 
(Gassed Oct. 3, 1918) 



ROSTER OF MARSHALL COUNTY SOLDIERS AND SAILORS (Continued) 



AUGUST, EDWARD E., Marshalltown, la- 
borer; recniited, Marshalltown, July 5, 
1918. 

AUSDAL, MARTIN, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. H. P. Ausdal; enlisted, navy, 
Chicago, Oct. 25, 1918; attended school of 
engineeiing; assigTied to merchant marine 
transport; discharged, Boston, Mass., Feb. 

25, 1919. 

AUSDAL, PETER, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. H. P. Ausdal, traveling sales- 
man; enlisted, navy, Chicago, April 29, 
1918; stationed Newport, R. I., U. S. Naval 
Torpedo Station; relieved, seaman second 
class, U. S. N. R. F., Newport, R. I., Jan. 
21, 1919. 

AUSTIN, ELLSWORTH SUMMERFIELD, 
Marshalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. 
Austin, aged 21; reciiiited, Marshalltown, 
May 28, 1918, in supply department, 
quartermaster's corps; sent to Fort Logan, 
Colo., and transferred to Jacksonville, 
Fla., for training; overseas, August, 1918. 

AUSTIN, ERNEST L., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Austin, aged 17; 
recruited, Marshalltown, Jan. 2, 1918; pvt. 
first class; received training San Antonio, 
Tex., and West Point, Miss.; last assigned 
to Flying School Det., Payne Field, Miss.; 
mustered out, Camp Dodge, Feb. 21, 1919. 

AVES, LYELL WILLIAM, State Center, 
aged 24, farmer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; Pvt. Co. M, 88th Inf., mus- 
tered out, Camp Dodge, Jan. 24, 1919. 

AVES, ROBERT E., Melboume; selective, 
waiving deferred classification, Aug. 6, 
1918, Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 

AWTRY, ALPHONSO D., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Giles S. Awtry, aged 

26, movie operator; selective, April 29, 
1918, Camp Dodge; 18th Co., 5th Bn., 
165th Depot Brig.; mustered out. Camp 
Travis, Tex., Dec. 5, 1918. 

BACHMAN, ERWING E., State Center; se- 
lective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; Sergt., 
Dept. C. E. S., Camp Dodge; mustered 
out, Camp Dodge, Feb. 1, 1919. 

BACHMAN, PAUL LEONARD, S. A. T. C, 
Iowa State College, Ames. 

BADER, DANIEL W., State Center, aged 
24, farmer; selective, June 24, 1918, Camp 



Dodge; Pvt. First Class, Co. A, 34th Bn., 
U. S. Guards; mustered out, Camp Dodge, 
Dec. 25, 1918. 

BAHER, ALBERT, State Center; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

BAIE, FORREST, State Center, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Albert Bale; selective, Feb. 26, 
1918, Camp Dodge. 

BAIE, LEO ANDY, aged 20, student; S. A. 
T. C, Dubuque College, Dubuque; dis- 
charged Dec. 12, 1918. 

BAILEY, GUY A., Marshalltown; selective, 
July 23, 1918, University of Texas, Austin, 
Tex., for mechanical training. 

BAIRD, EARL H., Green Mountain, son Mr. 
and Mrs. W. K. Baird; selective, Sept. 6, 
1918, Camp Dodge; transferred to Div. 
Sanitary Aeronautics, Fort Wayne, Mich., 
Nov. 13, 1918; mustered out, Jan. 23, 1919. 

BAKER, ALBERT, State Center; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

BAKER, GEORGE F., Rhodes, aged 33; en- 
listed, Ely, Nev., April, 1918; overseas, 
July, 1918; Corp. Co. F., 37th Eng.; gassed 
Sept. 6, 1918. 

BAKER, JACOB F., Bower Mills, Mo., son 
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Baker, aged 24„ far- 
mer; selective, Feb. 26 1918, Camp Dodge. 

BAKER, LOYD, Minneapolis, Kan., son Mr. 
and Mrs. Ernest Baker; selective. May 13, 
1918, Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; received 
training at Camp McArthur, Tex. 

BALCH, HAROLD, Marshallto^\■n, son Mrs. 
Nellie W. Balch, M. H. S. '17; S. A. T. 
C, Headquarters Co., University of Wis- 
consin. 

BALCH, CAPT. JOHN W., Indianapolis, 
Ind., son Mrs. Nellie W. Balch, aged 30, 
civil engineer; M. H. S., '05, U. of Wis.; 
enlisted, Indianapolis; commissioned, July 
26, 1917; called to active service, Sept. 2, 
1917; attended second 0. T. C, Fort 
Leavenworth, Kan.; stationed Fort Bliss, 
Tex., and Camp Meade, Md.; overseas, 
August, 1918; engineer officer, regimental 
staff, 27th Eng.; in Argonne-Meuse offen- 
sive, Nov. 9, 1918; assistant engineering 
officer First Army. 

BALL, ELMER, S. A. T. C, State Univer- 
sity of Iowa, Iowa City. 





ARTHUR C. SHOCKLEY 

(Wounded Nov. 5, 1918) 



lill.I. lilJIIll.lAKclS 
(Wouii.lud Auk. 1.-., r.iis) 



DANIEL G. DANIELSON 
(Wounded Oct.. 1918) 




HAROLD A. RACE 




J. W. PURSEL, JR. 



HENRY A. RASMUSSEN 



WALTER A. MERRITT 

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BALL, EVERETT H., Collins, aged 22, far- 
mer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge. 

BALL, JONATHAN T., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ball, aged 28; selective, 
from Peru, Ind., September, 1917; received 
training at Camp Shelby, Miss.; Co. G, 
152d Inf., A. E. G.; overseas, November, 
1918. 

BALL, ROY RUSSELL, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ball, aged 25; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; Co. 5, 2d Bn., 
163d Depot Brigade. 

BALLINGER, HARRY E., Marshalltown; 
limited service selective, Sept. 4, 1918, 
Camp Funston, Kan. 

BALVIN, EDWARD, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Balvin; selective, 
July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga.; Co. 2, 
A. R. D., Eng., A. E. F. 

BANKSON, HERBERT, Marshalltown; en- 
listed, navy, St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 15, 1918. 

BANZHAF, CHRISTIAN, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Michael Banzhaf, aged 
19, student; Co. B, S. A. T. C, Grinnell 
College. 

BANZHAF, FREDERICK, MarshalltowTi, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Michael Banzhaf, aged 
25, plumber; recruited, Marshalltown, 
April 18, 1917; stationed Presidio, Calif., 
Fort Bliss, Tex., and Camp Green, Char- 
lotte, N. C; Headquarters Co., 13th F. A. 
Band, A. E. F.; served with army of oc- 
cupation in Germany. 

BARKEE, INGOLF E., Gilman, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Gunder Barkee, aged 23; enlisted, 
navy, Minneapolis, June 2, 1917, stationed 
Brooklyn, for training; assigned to trans- 
port Leviathan; second class electrician 
and second class petty officer; on mine 
sweeping duty about Staten Island, light- 
ship duty off Fire Island, Nantucket and 
Sandy Hook. 

BARNARD, HERMAN A., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barnard, aged 18, 
porter; recruited, Marshalltown, March 7, 
1918; stationed Fort McDowell, Angel 
Island, Cal., shipping clerk, quartermaster 
corps; mustered out. Fort McDowell, Dec. 
12, 1918. 

BARTH, JOSEPH R., Beaman; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 



BARTINE, RUSSELL W., St. Anthony, son 
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bartine, aged 21; se- 
lective, April 29, 1918, Camp Dodge; Corp. 
Co. L, 360th Inf., A. E. F.; returned to U. 
S., June 7, 1919. 

BARTLETT, LEO L., Marshallto\\'n, aged 
28, locomotive fireman; enlisted Dec. 3, 
1917; Sergt. 2d Co., 14th Div. Eng., A. 
E. F. 

BARTLETT, MEARL A., MarshalltowTi, son 
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Bartlett, aged 19, ma- 
chinist; recruited, Marshalltown, Jan. 2, 
1918; trained Camp John Wise and Kelly 
Field, Tex.; Corp. 58th Balloon Co.; over- 
seas Oct. 20, 1918. 

BARTRUG, CAREY M., Sarona, Wis.; se- 
lective, July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga. 

BASKETT, OSCAR, Terre Haute, Ind.; 
transferred to Marshall county, sent to 
Camp Dodge, April 29, 1918. 

BATTIN, FRANKLIN S., Marshalltown, 
son Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Battin, aged 18, 
student; M. H. S., '17; enrolled S. A. T. 
C, Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Oct. 1, 
1918; selected for 0. T. C; entrained for 
Camp Pike, Ark., but halted because of 
signing of armistice; discharged. Cedar 
Rapids, Dec. 13, 1918. 

BATTIN, CAPT. JAMES F., Marshalltown; 
commissioned first lieutenant, officers' re- 
serve corps, Aug. 8, 1917; reported Fort 
Des Moines, Feb. 4, 1918; commissioned 
captain Med. Corps, U. S. Army; sta- 
tioned U. S. General Hospital No. 26, Fort 
Des Moines; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
March 25, 1919. 

BATTIN, JOHN R., Marshalltown, son Dr. 
and Mrs. J. F. Battin, aged 22; M. H. S., 
'14; enlisted, navy, Des Moines, July 8, 
1918; stationed Camp Farragut, Great 
Lakes, 111., U. S. Naval Auxiliary Reserve; 
transferred, December, 1918, to Co. K, 
5th Regt., Camp Perry, Great Lakes; 
transferred to N. A. R. school, 22d Regt., 
Bat. 2, Co. 1, Great Lakes; sent to New 
York for assignment; released from active 
service. New York, Feb. 15, 1919. 

BATTIN, MAURICE T., JTarshalltown, son 
Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Battin, aged 21, stu- 
dent; M. H. S., '15; enlisted. Cedar Rapids, 
May 31, 1918; stationed Fort Totten, N. 
Y.; Sergt. Co. 12, C. A. C; transferred. 



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CHARLES B. ROGERS 



SERGT. FRANK L. McBRIDE 
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December, 1918, to 9th Co., E. N. Y. 
(Eastern New York), Ft. Schuyler, N. Y.; 
then 5th Co. Eastern New York; passed 
for O. T. C, Fortress Monroe, Va.; mus- 
tered out, Camp Dodge, Feb. 10, 1919. 

BAY, MYRON ELLIS, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Bay, aged 23, insur- 
ance agent; enlisted, marine corps, St. 
Paul, Minn., July 20, 1917; Corp. 2d Co., 
1st. Reg., U. S. M., League Island, Phila- 
delphia; mustered out, Philadelphia, Feb. 
15, 1919. 

BEAMAN, IVAN, Liscomb, son Mr. and 
Mrs. J. C. Beaman; enlisted coast artil- 
lery, 1917; stationed Fort Moultrie, S. C. 

BEARD, LIEUT. HUGH CUMMINGS, Oel- 
wein, aged 28, watchmaker; selective, 
April 5, 1918, Sweeney Auto School, Kan- 
sas City, Mo., Camp Jackson, S. C, field 
artillery replacement depot; Camp Tay- 
lor, Ky., field artillery central O. T. S.; 
commissioned second lieutenant, U. S. R., 
Dec. 21, 1918; discharged from active ser- 
vice. Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky., Feb. 1, 
1919. 

BECKWITH, RALPH NELSON, Marshall- 
town, son Mrs. Charles Beckwith, aged 
29, conductor; recruited, Marshallto^^'n, 
Dec. .3, 1917; sent to Jefferson Barracks, 
Mo.; assigned to 318th Eng.-Pioneers; 
transferred to Vancouver Barracks; trans- 
ferred to Co. B, 31st Eng., Trans. Corps; 
overseas May 30, 1918; engaged in rail- 
road transportation at Saumers, Nantes, 

BEDEGER, HARLEY S., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. William Bedeger; recruited 
Marshalltown, June 4, 1917; Co. B, 20th 
Inf., 10th Div., Camp Funston, Kan. 

BEEKS, FRED A., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. F. A. Beeks, railway clerk; en- 
listed navy; assigned to U. S. S. Iowa; re- 
leased from active s?rvice, Great Lakes, 
111., December, 1918. 

BEES, GEORGE A., Cedar Rapids; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

BEESON, NEIL FRANKLIN, S. A. T. C, 
Iowa State College, Ames. 

BELKNAP, FRED, Marshallto\\Ti, aged 24, 
cigar dealer; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; in charge of canteen. 

BELKNAP, LAURENCE P., Marshallto\\-n, 
aged 26, bank clerk; selective, July 24, 



1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 5th Co., 2d Rep. 
Bn., 162d Depot Bri.; mustered out, Camp 
Pike, Jan. 29, 1919. 

BELL, CLYDE, MarshalltowTi, aged 29, ma- 
chinist; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, ma- 
chinist. 

BELL, FRED, Marshalltown, machinist 
helper; recruited, MarshalltowTi, Sept. 26, 
1917, medical corps. 

BELL, JAMES M., Marshalltown, aged 28, 
laborer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917; Camp 
Dodge; overseas, October, 1917, 20th Eng.; 
sixteen months with A. E. F.; leg broken 
in accident, sent home in January, 1918; 
mustered out. Fort Riley, Kan., May 9, 
1919. 

BELL, LLOYD M., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. William M. Bell, machinist; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, Jan. 2, 1918; trained 
Kelly Field, Tex.; overseas, June, 1918, 
184th Aero Squadron; returned to U. S., 
March 7, 1919. 

BELLUS, EARL W., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Ardelia E. Bellus, aged 23, farmer; 
selective, April 29, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
Sergt. First Class, Q. M. Corps, School 
for Cooks and Bakers; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, Feb. 18, 1919. 

BENAHAN, GEORGE A., Liscomb; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

BENAZET, BAPTISTE, Liscomb, aged 38, 
farmer; recruited, Marshalltown, June 5, 
1918; first native Frenchman to be re- 
ci-uited from Marshall county; had served 
six years in French army. 

BENDER, RAYMOND A., Green Mountain; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

BENDLAGE, THEODORE, JR., Marshall- 
town, son Theodore H. Bendlage, mer- 
chant; enlisted, May 13, 1918, U. S. ma- 
rine; active duty, domestic and foreign; 
discharged Jan. 25, 1919. 

BENNIG, LESTER JOSEPH, Rhodes, son 
Mr. and Mrs. John Bennig, Des Moines, 
aged 23, clerk; selective, June 24, 1918, 
Camp Dodge. 

BENSON, HENRY J., Lamoille, aged 32, 
stock buyer; selective, April 29, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; Co. G, 351st Inf., 88th Div.; 
overseas, Aug. 18, 1918. 



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FRANK BENJAMIN STROM 



JOHN ANDERSON 





CLARENCE S. PORTZ 



HARRY GOLWITZER 



SERGT. ORRIE E. FERGUSON 






JAMES T. GUILFORD 



SERGT. CHARLES B. CARD WILMER BOYCE DICKOVER 

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BENSON, JOE A., Marshalltown, aged 31; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike; Corp. 
Co. 11, Sept. A. R. D.; overseas October, 
1918; died at sea, while en route home, 
Oct. 4, 1918. 

BENSON, RAY, Lamoille; recruited, Mar- 
shalltown, Juy 7, 1917; stationed Ft. 
Clark; 7th Amb. Corps. 

BERG, HARRY L., Marshalltown, aged 23, 
bookkeeper; selective, July 23, 1918, Uni- 
versity of Texas, mechanical training; 
transferred to Kelly Field, Tex.,; Co. 6, 
Kelly Field No. 1, 2d wing; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, February, 1919. 

BERGNER, A. J., Marshalltown; enlisted in 
navy, January, 1918; Co. 23, Naval Train- 
ing Station, Norfolk, Va. 

BERNSTEIN, MAURICE, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bernstein; aged 
24, pre-medical student; M. H. S., '12; se- 
lective, April 29, 1918, Camp Dodge; Med. 
Dept. Co. I, 1st Prov. Regt., A. E. F.; A. 
E. F. University, Bedune (Cote D'or), 
France, April, 1919; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, Jnue 6, 1919. 

BERRY, FRANK MORGAN, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Lee G. Berry, aged 22, 
chauffer; recruited, Marshalltown, Dec. 13, 
1917; 841st Aero Squadron, Garden City, 
L. I.; A. E. F., May 3, 1918, to Dec. 11, 
1918; cook, air service, unassigned; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, Dec. 27, 1918. 

BERTHOLF, EDGAR A., Marshalltown, R. 
R. operator; enlisted June, 1917; overseas 
with 88th Div., October, 1918, from Camp 
Dodge; Sergt. Co. A, 313th Field Sig. Bn. 

BIDDELL, LINNES D., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. L. Biddle, aged 28; selective, Sept. 
19, 1917; Camp Dodge; stationed Camp 
American, Washington, D. C. ; overseas 
Nov. 11, 1917; Pvt. 3d Co., 20th Eng. 

BIERSBORN, BYRON M., Liscomb; M. H. 
S., '16; enlisted, med. dept., Iowa City, 
about Dec. 1, 1917; trained at Ft. Ogle- 
thorpe, Ga.; overseas, June, 1918; Con- 
valescent Camp No. 1, Hospital Center, 
France. 

BIGALOW, HAROLD P., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Clarissa Bigalow, aged 25, billing 
clerk; selective, Aug. 6, 1918, Jefferson 
Barracks, Mo.; transferred to Camp Mac- 



Arthur, Tex., 1st Bn. Inf. Rep. & Tr. 
Camp; 1st Bn. Warehouse, Sec. A Mech.; 
mustered out. Camp MacArthur, Dec. 3, 
1918. 

BIGELOW, ELROY L, LeGrand, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Nathaniel M. Bigelow; aged 27, 
salesman; enlisted, Sept. 6, 1917, navy; 
seaman second class; promoted to petty 
officer, instruction school. Great Lakes, 
111.; released from service, Dec. 11, 1918. 

BILLMAN, RAYMOND, State Center, son 
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Billman; aged 23, far- 
mer; seective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
transferred to Camp Upton, N. Y.; over- 
seas June 21, 1918; Batten.- F, 341st F. A., 
A. E. F.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, June 
14, 1919. 

BIRKS, ELMER CARROLL, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Birks, aged 21, ex- 
pressman; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Camp Upton, N. 
Y.; overseas April 21, 1918; Supply Co., 
306th F. A., 77th Div., A. E. F. 

BISHOP, CHARLES J., State Center, aged 
27, farmer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; discharged, physical disability. 
Camp Cody, N. M., Dec. 27, 1917. 

BIVENS, BERT W., Albion, son Mrs Corin- 
tha Bivens, aged 28; selective. May 13, 
1918, Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; trans- 
ferred to Camp MacArthur, Tex.; over- 
seas, September, 1918; Co. C, 56th Inf.; 
wounded in action, Argonne region, Nov. 
3, 1918; shot thru right hand, thru back 
and scalp wound; returned to U. S., Feb- 
ruary, 1919. 

BLACK, FRANK B., Liscomb, aged 34, 
automobile dealer; enlisted Dec. 8, 1917, 
Fort Logan, Colo.; transferred to Camp 
Hancock, Ga.; overseas March, 1918; 
Sergt. first class, 7th Co., 3d M. M., aviation 
sect.; transferred to 2d Air Service Mech. 
Reg.; returned to U. S. March 3, 1919. 

BLACKWELL, JOE O., Laurel, son Mr. and 
Mrs. G. R. Blackwell; selective, July 24, 
1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

BLINK, PAUL G., Rhodes, son Mr. and 
Mrs. A. J. Blink, aged 22, mechanic; en- 
listed. Ft. Logan, Colo., May 17, 1917; 
Corp. Co. H, 88th Inf.; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, Jan. 24, 1919. 



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SERGT. BERT A. McBRIDE 



CLARENCE E. HART 



FRED KERSEY 




THEODORE MYRON SAWYER 



JONATHAN T. BALL 



WILLIAM E. RICE 

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BLODGETT, CHARLES RUSSELL, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Blod- 
gett, aged 19; M. H. S., '16; enlisted, 
Cedar Rapids, April 30, 1917, Batt. E, 1st 
Iowa F. A.; inducted into Federal service. 
Cedar Rapids, Aug. 5, 1917; served with 
Co. C, 327 Bn., 301st Tank Corps, A. E. 
F.; gassed October, 1918. 

BOARDMAN, ELDERKIN C, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. C. H. E. Board- 
man; M. H. S., '16; enlisted, navy, Decem- 
ber, 1917; stationed Naval Reserve Bar- 
racks, Newport News, R. I.; assigned to 
U. S. S. Shawmut, for foreign service; en- 
gaged in mine laying and sub-chasing in 
waters of British Isles, operating from 
Naval Base 18, Inverness, Scotland; trans- 
ferred from Shawmut for shore duty; 
seven months at Norfolk, Va., mustered 
out at Norfolk, Feb. 11, 1919. 

BOARDMAN, FRANK H., Marshallto\\-n, 
son Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Boardman; M. H. 
S., '09; bookkeeper; enlisted, navy, Chi- 
cago; trained Great Lakes, 111.; chief yeo- 
man; assigned to transport Leviathan. 

BOGGIE, WARREN WALLACE, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Boggie, 
aged 22, student, M. H. S., '14; recruited 
Marshalltown, Dec. 8, 1917; Fort Logan, 
Colo.; transferred to Camp Greene, N. C; 
overseas May 25, 1918; Veterinary Corps, 
16th F. A., A. E. F. 

BOHRER, BLAINE C, State Center; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, for cavalry, June 
8, 1917. 

BOLEI, CHARLES A., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bolei; aged 26, motor- 
man; selective, April 5, 1918, Sweeney 
Auto School, Kansas City, Mo.; Batt. B, 
9th F. A. R. D.; overseas Sept. 30, 1918; 
returned to U. S., April 2, 1919; Argonne, 
Trent, Oct. 22 to Nov. 4, 1918; mustered 
out, Camp Dodge, April 21, 1919. 

BOLEI, GEORGE J., Marshalltown, aged 
24, repairman; recruited, Marshalltown, 
September, 1917; Co. F, 61st Inf., Camp 
Greene, N. C; Camp Personnel Adjt. Det.; 
mustered out. Camp Greene, N. C, Feb. 
15, 1919. 

BOLEI, HENRY WILLIAM, Marshallto\\-n, 
son Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bolei; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Co. 4, 



Sept. A. R. D., Camp Pike; overseas, Octo- 
ber, 1918. 

BOLLHOEFER, JOHN F., Haverhill; select- 
ive, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

BONAVENTURA, LOUIS, Liscomb, aged 
21, laborer; enlisted. Ft. Logan, Colo., 
May 11, 1917; sent to Fort D. A. Russell, 
Wyo.; A. E. F., Oct. 28, 1918, to Jan. 18, 
1919, musician, second class, Hdqrs. Co., 
83d F. A.; mustered out, Camp Henry 
Knox, Ky., Feb. 20, 1919. 

BONEBRIGHT, KENNETH H., Marshall- 
town; Pvt. Batt. D, 125th M. G. Bn., Camp 
Cody, N. M.; discharged, physical disabil- 
ity, March 9, 1918. 

BONHAM, CHARLES L., Liscomb, son Mrs. 
L. S. Bonham, aged 25, farmer; selective, 
July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga.; trans- 
ferred to Camp Funston, Kan.; discharged 
Camp Dodge, Jan. 14, 1919. 

BONHAM, HENRY, Liscomb, son Mrs. L. 
S. Bonham; Co. A, 119 M. G. Bn., 32d 
Div., A. E. F.; arrived in France, Feb. 20, 
1918; Alsace front. May 18 to July 21, 
1918; Fismes front, July 30 to Aug. 7 (ad- 
vance from the Ourcq to the Vesle) ; Sois- 
sons front, Aug. 28 to Sept. 2 (battle of 
Javigny) ; Argonne-Meuse offensive, Sept. 
20 to Oct. 20 (operations against Kriem- 
hulde Stellung); front east of the Meuse, 
Dun-sur-Meause, Nov. 8 to Nov. 11; army 
of occupation after Nov. 17. 

BORTON, EVERMOND, Marshalltown; se- 
lective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

BORTON, RAYMOND J., demons; select- 
ive, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

BOSWELL, ROBERT R., Marshalltown, 
aged 21, automobile salesman; selective, 
Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; 10th Co. 
163d Depot Bri.; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, Nov. 29, 1918. 

BOTTS, HOWARD, Liscomb, son Mrs. 
Sarah Botts; recniited, Marshalltown, 
April 12, 1917; musician, Hdqrs. Co., 168th 
Inf., 42d" (Rainbow) Div., A. E. F.; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, May, 1919. 

BOTTS, ROY C, Liscomb, son Mrs. Sarah 
Botts; enlisted Mason City, June 27, 1917; 
trained at Camp Cody, N. M.; Co. C, 
125th M. G. Bn., 34th Div., A. E. F. 



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ANGKLDS I'lt'LLLS 




GUSTAVE RRATTEIG 



GEORGE WOODWORTH 




Jf:NNINGS HENG 



SERGT. ROBERT P. MOSCRIP 



JAMES J. BURNS 




HENEY OTTE 



HOWARD H. THOMAS 



JIM BRECHEL 

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C. W. MALLOY 



HARRY E. MALLOY 

BROTHERS IN SERVICE 



JAMES A. MALLOY 



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RUSSELL W. PICKETT 



KENNETH and RAY M. SHEELEY 

BROTHERS IN SERVICE 



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WILLIAM ROOK 



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CPL. FRED M. EAST 

BROTHERS IN SERVICE 



HARRY E. BROCK 




RALPH C. BROCK 



CORP. FRED M. EAST 

BROTHERS IN SERVICE 



CLARENCE I. EAST 



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ROSTER OF MARSHALL COUNTY SOLDIERS AND SAILORS (Continued) 



BOTTS, SHERMAN H., Liscomb, son Mrs. 
Sarah Botts; inducted, June 24, 1918, 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; 2d Reg., 152d Depot Bri.; 
sent to experimental mechanic dept., 
Washington, D. C, as e.xpert machinist; 
previously served four years in U. S. M. 
C, and had qualified as sharpshooter; 
seven months active service at Vera Cruz, 
Mexico, in 1911; mustered out, Washing- 
ton, D. C, Dec. 10, 1918. 
BOURY, FRANK J., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. H. J. Boury, aged 26; selective, 
July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga.; trans- 
ferred to Hdqrs. Co., 210th Eng., Camp 
Humphrey, Va. 
BOURY, GEORGE H., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Boury, aged 29; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
overseas, October, 1918, with Co. 26, Sept. 
A. R. D.; Pvt. 5th Co., Ord. Repair Shop, 
A. E. F. 
BOURY, JOHN C, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. H. J. Boury, aged 30, bridge 
carpenter; selective, Sept. 19, 1917; Camp 
Dodge; Co. A, 312th Eng., Camp Pike, 
Ark.; transferred to Watervliet Arsenal, 
N. Y., Corp. 7th Ord. Guard Co.; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, March 3, 1919. 
BOVEE, ARCHIE E., Marshalltown; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, for field artillery, 
Aug. 27, 1917. 
BOWE, HERBERT, Marshalltown, son W. 
G. Bowe; salesman, M. H. S., '09; enlist- 
ed, Des Moines, April 26, 1918; stationed 
Camp Dodge; overseas September, 1918, 
with Co. B, 313th Supply Train, 88th Div., 
as electrical expert. 
BOWEN, LIEUT. CLARK G., LeGrand, 
Mrs. Anna Bowen, mother; aged 22, stu- 
dent; enlisted, Chicago, 1917, in aero ser- 
vice; in training San Diego, Cal., Dallas, 
Tex., and West Point, Miss.; commission- 
ed lieutenant, spring, 1918; killed by fall 
from aeroplane, June 10, 1918, at West 
Point, Miss. 
BOWER, RAY W., State Center; limited 
service selective, Sept. 4, 1918, Camp 
Funston, Kan. 
BOWMAN, JAMES A., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. William Bowman; recruited, Marshall- 
to^\'n, Oct. 1, 1917; Co. L, 31st Inf., Fort 
Mills, Corregidor Island, P. I.; with same 
company and regiment, American Expe- 
ditionary Forces in Siberia. 



BOWMAN, STANTON L., Marshalltown, 
aged 31, salesman; selective, Aug. 6, 1918; 
Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; Corp. Det. No. 
29, 163d Depot Bri.; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, Jan. 10, 1919. 

BOWMAN, WILLIAM H., Marshallto%\Ti, 
son Mr. and Mrs. William J. Bowman, 
aged 29, moulder; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, 
Camp Dodge; Co. H, 163d Depot Bri.; 
died at Camp Dodge, Feb. 2, 1918. 

BOYD, BRYANT E., Liscomb, son Mr. and 
Mrs. E. E. Boyd, motor mechanic; re- 
cruited, Marshalltovm, April 5, 1918; 
trained at Sweeney Auto School, Kansas 
City, Mo.; Co. C, M. T. C. Repair Unit, 
Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. 

BOYD, HAROLD E., Liscomb, son Mr. and 
Mrs. E. E. Boyd, aged 22, clerk; recruited, 
Marshalltown, Dec. 12, 1917; stationed 
Fort Baker, Cal.; attended N. C. 0. T. S., 
promoted to sergeant; transferred to 
Camp Eustis, Va.; overseas, Oct. 21, 1918, 
Sergt. Batt. A, 45th Art., C. A. C; re- 
turned to U. S., Jan. 31, 1919; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 19, 1919. 

BOYER, JAY, Marshalltown; selective, me- 
chanical training, Iowa State College, 
Ames, Oct. 15, 1918. 

BOYLAN, WILLIAM E., Melbourne, son 
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Boylan; aged 
27, farmer; selective, March 12, 1918, Jef- 
ferson Barracks, Mo.; voluntarily induct- 
ed; transferred to Camp Lee, Va.; Casual 
Det., Camp Eustis, Va.; Pvt. First Class, 
C. A. C, unassigned; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, Dec. 31, 1918. 

BOYLE, LLOYD, Marshalltown, son Mrs. M. 
A. Farmer, Kenwood Park, la.; enlisted, 
November, 1917; aero service, A. E. F., 
England; mustered out, Camp Dodge, De- 
cember, 1918. 

BRACKNEY, FRED, demons, son Mr. and 
Mrs. L. Brackney, aged 23, farmer; se- 
lective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

BRADBURN, JOHN L., Marshalltown, aged 
21; recruited, Marshalltown, May 30, 1918, 
infantry. 

BRADFORD, CLIFFORD THOMAS, Green 
City, Mo., son Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Brad- 
ford; farmer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, 
Camp Dodge. 



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SERGT. HARRY O. ROBINSON 



RALPH L. ROBINSON 



THOMAS EMMETT WILLIAMS 




EDWARD J. BROCKWAY 



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ROSTER OF MARSHALL COUNTY SOLDIERS AND SAILORS (Continued) 



BRADLEY, ARTHUR J., Vinton, son Mr. 
and Mrs. G. L. Bradley, Marshallto\\Ti; 
aged 21, garage stock clerk; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; non-resident 
but inducted from Marshall county; prv., 
first class, medical det.; mustered out. 
Camp Shelby, Miss., Jan. 25, 1919. 

BRADLEY, G. F., MarshalltowTi; Mrs. G. F. 
Bradley, wife; Sergt. Co. E, 109 Ammuni- 
tion Train; stationed Deming, N. M., two 
years; overseas, November, 1918. 

BRADY, DONALD W., Marshalltown, aged 

25, farmer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; PVt. first class, 1st Shop Reg.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 18, 1919. 

BRANDON, EDMUND ROSS, Toledo, la., 
son Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brandon; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 4th 
Co., 1st Reg. 

BRANDT, RAY JOHNAS, Melbourne, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Brandt; aged 22, 
farmer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Camp Sevier, S. C; 
overseas, May, 1918; Co. A, 118th Inf. 

BRATTEIG, GUSTAV, Marshaltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold K. Bratteig; aged 
30, farmer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; overseas, April, 1918; M. G. Co., 
325th Inf., 82d Div.; four times over the 
top without injury; returned to U. S., May, 
1919. 

BRAYTON, ARTHUR HOLMES, Lyons, la., 
son Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brayton; aged 

26, advertising solicitor; selective, Feb. 26, 
1918, Camp Dodge; Sergt. first class, 
Med. Det., Base Hospital, Camp Dodge; 
transferred to Camp Meigs, Washington, 
D. C; mustered out. Camp Meigs, Feb. 15, 
1919. 

BRECHBILL, RAYMOND, Marshalltown; 
recruited, Marshalltown, Dec. 20, 1916; 
First Sergt. 17th Co., 5th Bat., Camp Up- 
ton, L. I.; overseas, April, 1918; suffered 
shell shock, October, 1918. 

BRECHEL, JIM, R. F. D. 2, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brechel; aged 25; 
selective, July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, 
Ga.; transferred to Camp Sheridan, Ala.; 
Co. C, 209th Eng.; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, Jan. 3, 1919. 



BRECKENRIDGE, RAY H., Oilman; se- 
lective, July 23, 1918, University of Texas, 
for mechanical training; discharged, phys- 
ical disability, Austin, Tex., Aug. 7, 1918. 

BREER, HERMAN BENJAMIN, Rhodes, 
son Mr. and Mrs. William Breer; aged 22, 
farmer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Hdq. Co., 305th F. A., A. E. F. 

BRENNECKE, CHARLES D., S. A. T. C, 
Iowa State College, Ames. 

BRENNECKE, JOHN LAURENCE, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. John Bren- 
necke; aged 23, M. H. S. '13, real estate 
and loans; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Camp Sevier, then 
to Camp Mills; overseas May, 1918; Hdq. 
Co., 59th Inf., 30th Div., A. E. F.; Ypres 
sector and Somme offensive; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, April 10, 1919. 

BREUNIG, HERMAN, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Breunig; aged 23, 
clerk; selective, April 5, 1918, Sweeney 
Auto School, Kansas City, Mo. 

BREUNIG, LESTER J., Rhodes; selective, 
June 24, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

BREWINGTON, BOYD, Marshallto%vn ; aged 
22, chauffeur; recruited, Marshalltown, 
Dec. 10, 1917, medical corps; chief dieti- 
tian. Base Hospital, Ft. Riley, Kan. 

BRHEL, GEORGE W., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. John Brhel; aged 27, trav- 
eling salesman; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; Pvt. Co. A, 212th Eng.; 
transferred to Camp Devens, Mass. 

BRIDGMAN, CLAUDIUS D., Albion, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Bridgman; enlisted, 
March 5, 1917; overseas, July, 1918; Hdq. 
Co., 162d Reg., C, A. C, A. E. F. 

BRIERLEY, FRED, Marshalltown, son Fred 
Brierley; selective, Sept. 19, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; received training Camp Cody, N. 
M., and Kelly Field, N. M.; overseas, Aug- 
ust, 1918; 3d Flight, 648th Aero Squad- 
ron, 1st Pursuit Group, Z. O. A., A. E. F. 

BRIERLEY, HERBERT E., LeGrand; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, May 2, 1917. 

BRIERLEY, WALTER E., Marshalltown; 
recruited, Davenport, cavalry, October, 
1917. 



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GEORGE H. VAN SLYKE 



FRANK W. DE WITT 



CORP. E. A. RAMIGE 




LE MAR R. GUERNSEY 



EUGENE G. McKIBBEN 



PETER PETERSON 

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ROSTER OF MARSHALL COUNTY SOLDIERS AND SAILORS (Continued) 



BRINTNALL, WILLARD LEON, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Brintnall; 
aged 27, merchant; selective, Aug. 2, 1918, 
Syracuse, N. Y.; Corp. Gas Def. Div. 
Chemical Warfare Service; mustered out, 
Long Island City, N. Y., Jan. 9, 1919. 

BROCK, HARRY E., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. J. Brock; selective, April 29, 
1918, Camp Dodge; overseas, August, 
1918; Corp. Co. B, 351st Inf., 88th Div.; 
returned to U. S., May 31, 1919; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, June 7, 1919. 

BROCK, RALPH C, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. J. Brock; clerk; selective, July 
23, 1918, T. D. N. A. University, Austin, 
Tex.; mustered out, Austin, Tex., Aug. 17, 
1918. 

BROCKWAY, EDWARD J., Albion, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Brockway; selective, 
Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; Pvt. Field 
Hospital No. 2, 1st Div., A. E. F. 

BROOKS, DELL C, aged 19, student; S. A. 
T. C, Grinnell; discharged, Grinnell, Dec. 
11, 1918. 

BROOKS, EARL E., MarshalltowTi, aged 21, 
farmer; inducted, Jefferson Barracks, Mo., 
Nov. 24, 1917; chauffeur, 7th Balloon Co., 
A. E. F., Jan. 31, 1918, to May 3, 1919; 
St. Mihiel, Sept. 12, 1918; Argonne-Meuse, 
Sept. 26 to Nov. 11; Saizerais, July 24 to 
Aug. 29. Mustered out. Camp Zachary 
Taylor, Ky., May 21, 1919. 

BROOKS, FREDERICK, Marshalltown, son 
W. E. Brooks; enlisted. December, 1917; 
Co. A, 168th Inf. 

BROWN, CARL, Marshalltown, son Mr. and 
Mrs. I. L. Brown; selective, Aug. 3, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; transferred, Sept. 12, to 
Camp Upton; left for overseas, Sept. 27; 
First Sergt. Co. C, 809th Pioneer Inf.; re- 
turned to U. S., June, 1919. 

BROWN, CARLETON L., Marshalltowm, son 
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Brown; aged 18, stu- 
dent; recruited, Marshalltown, April 28, 
1918; overseas, September, 1918; Hdq. Co., 
67th Reg., C. A. C; instructor motor truck 
corps of artillery, teaching of French and 
riding of motorcycle; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, March 20, 1919. 

BROWN, GARA W., Marshalltown, sen 
Mrs. Cora C. Brown; aged 19, M. H. S. •'17; 
shipping clerk; enlisted, Feb. 4, 1918; sta- 
tioned Fort Logan, Colo.; Key West, Fla.; 



Fort Monroe, Va.; Camp Eustis, Va.; Bat. 
C, 41st Reg. R. R. Art.; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, Dec. 31, 1918. 

BROWN, HAROLD L., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Brown; S. A. T. C, 
Iowa State College, Ames; entered 0. T. 
C. (field artillery). Camp Zachary Taylor, 
Ky.; rank, sergeant. 

BROWN, HARRY, Laurel, aged 29, farmer; 
selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; 
stationed Camp Cody, N. M., and Camp 
Merritt, N. J.; 123d F. A., A. E. F. 

BROWN, RALPH 0., Melbourne; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

BROWN, ROY H., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. George D. Brown; aged 20, auto 
mechanic;enlisted, Jan. 18, 1918; arrived 
overseas July, 1918; Pvt. first class, Co. 
13, 3d Motor Mechanics, A. E. F.; over- 
seas, July 9, 1918, to Jan. 18, 1919; shrap- 
nel wound right eye during air raid; mus- 
tered out, Camp Dodge, March 1, 1919. 

BROWN, SAMUEL HARLIN, Gilman, aged 
22, truck driver; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, 
Iowa State College, Ames; transferred to 
Camp Shelby, Miss., Co. A Dev. Bn.; mus- 
tered out. Camp Shelby, Dec. 31, 1918. 

BRUENNER, CARL H., State Center; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

BRUSH, JAMES H., Glasgow, Mont., trans- 
ferred to Marshall county to go with se- 
lectives of July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

BRUSH, RAYMOND, Albion; selective, July 
24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

BRYANT, FLOYD, St. Anthony, son Mr. 

and Mrs. J. W. Bryant; selective, July 24, 

1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Co. C, 4th Inf. 
BUCK, MERTON L., Marshalltown, aged 

40, barber; recruited, Marshalltown, June 

28, 1918. 

BUCKLES, FYE A., Ferguson, aged 27, 
farmer; enlisted, Nov. 15, 1917; Batt. A, 
63d Art. C. A. C, Fort Worden, Wash. 

BUDWORTH, JACK C, Gilman, aged 39, 
concrete worker; enlisted. Ft. Logan, Colo., 
June 26, 1917; stationed Schofield Bar- 
racks, H. T.; Batt. B, 1st F. A.; trans- 
ferred wagoner, Supply Co., 1st F. A.; 
mustered out, Camp Dodge, March 27, 
1919. 



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ARLEY DWIGHT 



SERGT. CHARLES W. PECKHAM 




SERGT. JUSTUS SCHMIDT 



WILLIAM W. PATTON 



SERGT. JAMES H. WILEY 




CPL. HOWARD L. MILLER SERGT. HERMAN HALVERSON 



SERGT. CLARENCE E. EDSALL 

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ROSTER OF MARSHALL COUNTY SOLDIERS AND SAILORS (Continued) 



BUEGHLY, CLINTON E., Liscomb, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Elias Bueghly; enlisted May, 
1917, Des Moines; stationed Camp Cody, 
N. M., Batt. F, 126th F. A.; overseas, 
September, 1918, to June 5, 1918; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, June 26, 1919. 

BUGE, HAROLD, Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
J. E. Frederick; enlisted, Chicago, June 
12, 1916; stationed Ft. DeRussy, Hono- 
lulu, H. T.; 10th Co., C. A. C; transferred 
to Ft. Baker, Cal., 11th Co., C. A. C. 

BUHRER, CARL WILLIAM, Marshall- 
town, aged 48; enlisted as mechanic in 
navy, Des Moines, June 24, 1918; stationed 
Great Lakes, 111., first class mechanic; 
born in Strassburg, Lorraine, of German 
parentage; served two years in German 
army but deserted while on leave of ab- 
sence; discharged. Receiving Ship Lake 
Front, Chicago, Dec. 12, 1918. 

BULANEK, JOHN, JR., Marshalltown; en- 
listed; Co. D, 13th Eng., U. S. Army Ry., 
A. E. F. 

BUNTING, HARRY RAYMOND, Marshall- 
town, son Mrs. J. A. Ralls; aged 16, stu- 
dent; enlisted, Feb. 17, 1917; stationed Ft. 
Winfield Scott, Presidio, Cal.; Camp Up- 
ton, N. Y.; two days at sea when armis- 
tice was signed; returned at once to U. S.; 
sent to Camp Grant, 111., thence to Pre- 
sidio; Cpl. Batt. G, 40th C. A. 

BUNTING, LIEUT. RALPH HERBERT, 
Marshalltown, son Mrs. J. A. Ralls, aged 
22; enlisted, Des Moines, Nov. 28, 1916; 
stationed Ft. Logan, Colo.; Fort Sam 
Houston, Tex.; Camp Meade, Pa.; Ft. 
Oglethorpe, Ga.; Camp Greene, S. C; 
commissioned second lieut., Jan. 4, 1918; 
overseas, Aug. 29, 1918; Lieut. Co. A, 
328th Bn., Tank Corps. 

BURGER, WILLIAM V., S. A. T. C, Coe 
College, Cedar Rapids. 

BURGESS, ARTHUR C, Marshalltown, 
aged 46, plumber; enlisted, navy, Des 
Moines, June 24, 1918; stationed Great 
Lakes, 111. 

BURKE, JAMES F., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Timothy Burke, aged 22, laborer; 
selective, June 24, 1918, Camp Dodge; Co. 
I, 22d Eng., A. E. F.; arrived overseas 
September, 1918. 

BURKE, LIEUT. RAPHAEL EGGLESTON, 
MarshalltowTi, son Mr. and Mrs. P. W. 



Burke; M. H. S., '10; S. U. I., '16; dentist; 
enlisted, Jan. 10, 1918, dental reserve; in- 
ducted July 8, Camp Oglethorpe, Ga.; sta- 
tioned Waller Reed Hospital, Washington, 
D. C. 

BURKE, WILLIAM, Marshalltown; enlisted, 
navy; discharged, U. S. N. Experimental 
Station, New London, Ct., Feb. 15, 1919. 

BURNS, JAMES J., Marshalltown; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 8, 1919. 

BURNETT, EUGENE F., Clemens, aged 
28, pharmacist; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, 
Camp Dodge. 

BUTLER, WILLIS G., Liscomb; enlisted as 
carpenter, aviation branch, Seattle, Wash., 
Jan. 17, 1918; stationed Ft.Lawton, Wash.; 
transferred to Camp Hancock, Ga., 7th 
Cas. Co., M. M. S. C; transferred to 
Camp Greene, S. C, Sergt. 16th Co., 4th 
Reg., M. M. S. C, made up entirely of 
expert carpenters; transferred to Camp 
Upton, N. Y.; overseas, July 14, 1918. 

BUTTGAN, HENRY P., Marshalltown; vol- 
untarily inducted into service, Feb. 15, 
1918, Camp Dodge. 

BUTTS, ALFRED W., Clemons, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Henry F. Butts; aged 26, merchant; 
selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; Q. 
M. school for cooks and bakers; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 22, 1919; Sergt. 
first class. 

BUXTON, FRANCIS EMMETT, LeGrand, 
son Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Buxton, Lincoln, 
Neb.; aged 24, merchant; enlisted, navy, 
June 6, 1917; S. C. I. C, U. S. air station. 
Great Lakes, 111. 

BYRNES, EDWARD E., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Byrnes; aged 25, sales- 
man; selective, Aug. 6, 1919, Jeiferson 
Barracks, Mo.; transferred to Camp Mac- 
Arthur, Tex., C. I. O. T. S., Co. F, 3d Bn.; 
Regt. Sergt. Major; mustered out, Camp 
MacArthur, December, 1918. 

CAGWIN, CHESLEY D., Marshalltown, 
aged 21, clerk; enlisted. May 30, 1918; 
stationed Ft. Baker, Cal.; transferred to 
Camp Eustis; left U. S., Oct. 26, 1918, re- 
turned to U. S., Feb. 11, 1919; Cpl., Batt. 
A, 46th F. A.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Feb. 25, 1919. 



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WILLIAM GERHART 



SERGT. H. L. WORRELL 



HAROLD E. RIST 




SERGT. MATHIAS SOUKLTP 



EARL E. ALSBAUGH 



SERGT. WILLIAM E. RALLS 




VICTOR J. LIEN 



MURRAY C. OBRYON 



JOHN T. WATSON 

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ROSTER OF MARSHALL COUNTY SOLDIERS AND SAILORS (Continued) 



CALDWELL, SAMUEL L., Marshalltown, 
aged 35, i-oad tractor operator; recruited, 
Marshalltown, Nov. 30, 1917; stationed 
Camp Meade, Md., Det. 23d Eng., recruit- 
ing quarters. 

CALMUS, CLARENCE JOSEPH, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Calmus, 
aged 23; M. H. S., '13; enlisted. Naval 
Res., Des Moines, May 25, 1918; lands- 
man electrician, Camp Pornfret, Md.; dis- 
charged. Great Lakes, 111., Jan. 30, 1919. 

CALMUS. LIEUT. FRANK J., Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Calmus; 
M. H. S., '12; enlisted, December, 1917; 
O. T. C, Fort Monroe, Va., C. A. C; 13th 
C. A., Ft. Snelling, Minn.; commissioned 
2d lieut.; overseas Jan. 8, 1918; promoted 
to 1st lieut., Hdqrs., 2d Bat., 52d Reg. C. 
A., A. E. F., Oct. 11, 1918; St. Mihiel 
offensive; Verdun and Argonne region; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 22, 1919. 

CAMPBELL, ALBERT E., St. Louis, Mo., 
registered for draft in Marshall county; 
inducted, St. Louis, April 29, 1918. 

CAMPBELL, CURTIS, Oilman, Mrs. Curtis 
Campbell, wife; farm hand; served in 
France; mustered out. Camp Dodge, De- 
cember, 1918. 

CAMPBELL, FRANK B., R. F. D., Mar- 
shalltown, aged 21, mechanic; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; Pvt. Det. M. 
D., Base Hosp. No. 130; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, Dec. 18, 1918. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN A., Melbourne, son Mrs. 
Robert J. Gowdy; aged 21; recruited, 
Marshalltown, Med. Corps, May 25, 1918; 
stationed Army and Navy Gen'l Hosp., 
Hot Springs, Ark. 

CANE, BERT D., MarshalltowTi, son Mr. 
and Mrs. William Cane, aged 30; select- 
ive, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; trans- 
ferred to Camp Sevier; overseas with 
30th Div., May, 1918; Co. E, 119th Inf., 
A. E. F.; Kemmell Hill, St. Quentin- 
Cambrai region; shrapnel wound in 
thigh, St. Quentin, Oct. 10, 1918; sent back 
to U. S. as casual. 

CANFIELD, LEO H., Marshalltown, aged 
20, moving picture operator; enlisted, July 
5, 1918; Pvt. Bat. D., 20th Reg., C. A. C, 
Ft. Berry, Cal.; transferred to Camp 



Grant, 111.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, 
Dec. 10, 1918. 

CAPRON, DWIGHT R., Melbourne, son Mr. 
and Mrs. M. B. Capron; farmer; recruit- 
ed, Marshalltown, Aug. 31, 1917; Med. 
Dept.; assigned to Co. 21, Amo M. 0. T. 
C, Ft. Riley, Kan. 

CAPRON, LISLE, Melbourne, son Mr. and 
Mrs. M. B. Capron; voluntarily inducted, 
Jefferson Ba' racks, Mo., March 12, 1918. 

CAREY, LEE, Laurel; selective, July 24, 
1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

CARKHUFF, ARTHUR C, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carkhuff; select- 
ive, from Quincy, 111., May 5, 1918, Camp 
Gordon, Ga.; overseas, July, 1918; gassed. 

CARKHUFF, VALENTINE W., Marshall- 
town; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

CARL, HARRY CRAWFORD, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Carl; 
aged 23; enlisted. Marines, March 12, 1915; 
stationed Mare Island and San Diego, 
Cal.; assigned to U. S. S. Yorktown; ser- 
vice in Philippines, China and Japan; to 
France, June 9, 1918, with 5th and 6th 
Regts. Marines; returned to U. S., March, 
1919; discharged, Quantico, Va., May 2, 
1919. 

CARLSON, ALBERT C, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Carlson; aged 30; 
shipping clerk; selective, Jefferson Bar- 
racks, Mo., voluntarily inducted, March 11, 
1918; stationed Ft. St. Philip, La.; Pvt. 
4th Co., New Orleans, La.; mustered out, 
Jefferson Barracks, Mo., March 31, 1919. 

CARLSON, ARTHUR F., MarshalltowTi, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Carlson; aged 27, 
student; enlisted, March, 1918, Detroit, 
Mich.; I. M. C, Kelly Field, Tex.; chosen 
for fourth O. T. C, Camp Dodge. 

CARLSON, CARL W., Waterloo; selective, 
Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

CARLSON, CARL W., R. F. D., Marshall- 
town, aged 31, farmer; selective, Sept. 6, 
1918, Camp Dodge; Pvt. Co. A, 88th Inf.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 27, 1919. 

CARTER, CARL B., Melbourne, son Mrs. 
Anne Carter, St. Paul, Minn.; aged 19, 
student; recruited, Marshalltown, Dec. 14, 
1917. 



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CLYDE PICKARD 



GLENN D. McDonald 

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CARTER, RAY, Marshalltown ; selective, 
Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

CARTER, ROBERT L., Marshalltown, aged 
21, baker; recruited, Marshalltown, May 
15, 1918; Pvt. Q. M. Corps; mustered out. 
Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind., March 10, 
1919. 

CASE, FRED W., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. O. B. Case; aged 21, car repairer; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
1st class pvt., 163d Depot Bri.; mustered 
out, Dec. 28, 1918. 

CASH, HAROLD R., Marshalltown; select- 
ive, Aug. 15, 1918, Iowa State College, 
Ames, for mechanical training. 

CASTLE, JEWEL E., Marshalltown; enlist- 
ed, Nov. 14, 1917; Co. B, 4th Eng., Van- 
couver Barracks, Wash. 

CASTLE, RICHARD E., Marshalltown; en- 
listed, July 10, 1917; Co. I, 42d Inf., Ft. 
Douglas, Utah. 

CATHCART, CLARENCE E., Marshalltown, 
aged 27, locomotive engineer; selective, 
Sept. 5, 1917, Camp Dodge; Co. F, 350th 
Inf., 88th Div., A. E. F.; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, June, 1919. 

CATHCART, HOMER LEE, Little York, 
Ind., son Mr. and Mrs. William Cathcart; 
aged 25, farmer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, 
Camp Dodge. 

CAVANAUGH, JACK, Marshalltown; en- 
listed, navy, July 2"6, 1918; Co. K, 2d Reg., 
Great Lakes, 111. 

CAVEMARIDES, NICK S., Marshalltown; 
selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

CHAIN, WILLIAM, Lamoille; recruited, 
Marshalltown, July 17, 1917; Field Hos- 
pital No. 7, Ft. Clark, Tex. 

CHAMBERLAIN, ALBERT B., Rhodes, son 
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Chamberlain; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, May 14, 1917; Co. 
M., 2d Inf., Ft. Shafter, Honolulu. 

CHANDLER, CARLETON SCHOLSTROM, 
Marshalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. A. S. 
Chandler; aged 19; enlisted, navy. Great 
Lakes, 111., July 22, 1918; fireman 3d class, 
U. S. N. R. F.; discharged, physical dis- 
ability. Great Lakes, Oct, 29, 1918. 

CHANDLER, HAROLD R., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Chandler; recruit- 



ed, Marshalltown, May 14, 1917; Troop 
K, 1st Cav., Ft. D. A. Russell, Wyo. 

CHRISTIA'NSON, KARL, Marshallto^\'n ; en- 
listed, 1916. 

CHURCH, BERT R., Marshalltown; in- 
ducted, May 10, 1918; discharged, Camp 
Dodge, because of dependency, June 21, 
1918. 

CHURCH, CURTIS, Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Elmer McHugh; aged 22, farmer; select- 
ive, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; Co. F, 
351st Inf., A. E. F.; arrived in England, 
September, 1918. 

CLAFFEY, FRANK, Marshalltown; trans- 
ferred to selective draft of state of Texas. 

CLARK, EUGENE B., Marshalltowm, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Clark; stationed 
Camp Dodge; mustered out, after eighteen 
months service, December, 1918. 

CLARK, LAURENCE, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob W. Clark; aged 25; 
enlisted. May 2, 1914; marksman, June 
10, 1915; sharpshooter, 1916; 1st Sergt. 
Co. F, 57th Inf., Ft. Sam Houston, Tex.; 
mustered out, Camp Grant, 111., Feb. 10, 
1919. 

CLARK, LEVIA S., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Jacob W. Clark; aged 23, en- 
listed Feb. 27, 1918; Q. M. Corps, Ft. 
Berry, Cal.; overseas, July 13, 1918, 1st 
class pvt. 62d Reg., C. A. C; made bayo- 
net instructor, June 15, 1917; amved in 
U. S., Feb. 19, 1919. 

CLARK, MARION A., Gilman, son Mr. and 
Mrs. James W. Clark, Albion; aged 19, 
machinist; enlisted, Dec. 17, 1917; sta- 
tioned Kelly Field, Tex.; left U. S., June 
20, 1918; returned, June 6, 1919; St. Mi- 
hiel offensive, Meuse-Argonne offensive, 
defense of sectors; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, June 16, 1919. 

CLARK, ORVILLE W., Liscomb, aged 22, 
farmer; selective, July 31, 1918, Camp 
Lytle, Ga.; Co. C, 209th Eng., mustered 
out, Camp Dodge, Feb. 3, 1919. 

CLARK, WILLIAM L., Gilman, son Mr. and 
Mrs. George L. Clark; selective, Jeffer- 
son Barracks, Mo. 

CLAUSING, OTTO, Fairland, Okla., son 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Clausing; aged 22, 
farmer; selective, June 24, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 



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SERGT. FRED W. MIKSCHL SERGT. JOSEPH C. PETRONE 



KARL SOLOMON 




DONALD HANSEN 



SERGT. HENRY JENSEN 



ROY C. McCORD 

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CLAY, ARTHUR HENRY, Gilman, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Charles Clay; selective, July 24, 
1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 1st Co., 13th Rep. 
Tr. Bri. 

CLAY, CLAIRE CHARLES, Marshalltown, 
veterinarian; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; discharged, physical disability, 
Aug-. 3, 1918. 

CLAY, LAWRENCE A., Gilman, aged 19; 
recruited, Marshalltown, July 25, 1918, C. 
A. C. 

CLAY, ROLAND G., R. F. D., Marshalltowii, 
son Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Clay; aged 22; 
selective, Sept. 12, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
Co. A, 57th M. G. Bn. 

CLEM, ROSS E., Marshallto\vn, son Mr. and 
Mrs. George L. Clem; aged 21, salesman; 
selective, Feb. 25, 1918, Camp Dodge; sta- 
tioned Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., and Camp 
Humphreys, Va.; Regt. Supply Sergt., 
Hdq. Co., 4th Eng. Tr. Reg.; mustered 
out, Camp Humphreys, Jan. 27, 1919. 

CLEMENS, RALPH THOMAS, Bangor, son 
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Clemens; aged 19, 
chauflfeur; recruited, city, Dec. 31, 1917; 
stationed Ft. Logan, Colo.; Kelly Field, 
Tex.; Ft. Sill, Okla., and Morrison Park, 
Va.; overseas, July 4, 1918; 26th Balloon 
Co., A. E. F. 

CLEMENTS, JAY ROSS, Lamoille, son Mr. 
and Mrs. J. S. Clements; selective, Feb. 26, 
1918, Camp Dodge; Co. D, 43d Eng., A. 
E. F. 

CLEMONS, ARTHUR ERNEST, Marshall- 
towTi, son Mrs. Rose B. demons; aged 27, 
farm laborer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, 
Camp Dodge; transferred to Camp Cody, 
N. M.; sent to Camp Merritt, N. J., then 
overseas, June 26, 1918; Co. A, 167th Inf., 
A. E. F. 

CLEMONS, GUY HERBERT, Marshalltown, 
son Mrs. Rose B. demons; aged 28, far- 
mer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
overseas, May 17, 1918; Pvt. Co. B, 129th 
Inf., 33d Div.; gassed; sent back to U. S., 
Fort Des Moines hospital; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, Jan. 21, 1919. 

CLEMONS, JOHN O., demons; selective, 
Oct. 15, 1918, Iowa State College, Ames, 
for mechanical training. 

CLEMONS, LEVERT D., MarshalltowTi, son 
Mrs. Sarah demons; aged 20; recruited, 



Marshalltown, as railroad signal worker, 
Jan. 29, 1918. 

CLEMONS, MARION, Redwood Falls, Minn.; 
transferred to Marshall county, selective, 
April 29, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

CLEMONS, VERN JAMES, demons, sen 
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. demons; aged 27, 
professional ball player; enlisted, navy, 
Des Moines, Dec. 11, 1917; stationed 
Great Lakes, 111.; seaman, gunner class, 
torpedo, Newport, R. I.; 2d class seaman; 
1st class seaman; 3d class gunner's mate; 
2d class gunner's mate; 1st class gunner's 
mate; 1st class gunner's mate torpedo; in 
active service, Nov. 28, 1918; discharged, 
Newport News, Va., Jan. 16, 1919. 

COBBLE, DAVID A., Kansas City, Mo.; 
Marshall county selective, inducted at 
Kansas City, April 29, 1918. 

COBER, EARL J., Gladbrook, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Henry Cober; aged 21, farmer; se- 
lective, April 29, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
overseas, August, 1918; Co. H, 351st Inf., 
88th Div.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
June 7, 1919. 

COLE, ELDON E., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. H. A. Cole; aged 23, M. H. S., 
'13; enlisted, signal corps. May, 1917; 
overseas, September, 1918; Sergt. Co. A, 
313th Field Sig. Bn., 88th Div., A. E. F.; 
Center sector. Haute, Alsace, 1918; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, June 13, 1919. 

COLEBAUGH, LYLE E., MarshalltowTi; en- 
listed April 26, 1917; stationed Ft. Doug- 
las, U.; transferred to Camp Funston, 
Kan.; Sergt. Co. K, 26th Inf. 

COLEMAN, JOHN E., Marshalltown; en- 
listed Dec. 2, 1917, Signal Corps, Ft. 
Leavenworth, Kan. 

COLLINS, DAN HOBER, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Collins, Boonville, 
N. C; aged 23; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, 
Camp Dodge; transferred to Camp Pike, 
Ark.; overseas April, 1918; Co. L, 35th 
Reg. T. C, A. E. F. 

COLLINS, LEONARD F., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Collins, Booneville, 
N. C; aged 26, barber; selectice, Feb. 26, 
1918, Camp Dodge; Co. F, 351st Inf.; dis- 
charged, physical disability. Camp Dodge, 
March 28, 1918. 



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EDWARD POSE 



JOSEPH FOITL 



ALVA V. PARSONS 




ALBERT L. C. EDLER 



WILBUR LAMPMAN LAIR 



CARL C. JACKSON 

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COLLINS, PAUL B., Marshalltown, aged 
18, student; enlisted July 10, 1918; Camp 
Zachary Taylor, Ky.; Camp Stanley, Tex.; 
Base Hospital, Ft. Sam Houston, Tex.; 
Pvt. 1.5th Inf., Div. Ammunition Train 
Regt.; mustered out. Ft. Sam Houston, 
Tex., Dec. 23, 1918. 

CONAWAY, MAJOR AARON CLYDE, Mar- 
shalltown, son Dr. A. B. Conaway; aged 
41, physician and surgeon; applied for 
commission Med. Corps, April 10, 1917; 
commissioned 1st lieut., June 21, 1917; 
ordered to active duty at Ft. Benjamin 
Harrison, Ind.; assigned to Co. 8; trans- 
ferred to Camp Grant, 111., Oct. 5, 1917; 
attached to 161st Depot Bri.; Nov. 21, 
1917, made ass't gas def. officer, 86th 
Div., Camp Grant; promoted to Capt. Med. 
Corps, Dec. 3, 1917; relieved from duty 
with gas defense. May 10, 1918, and en 
May 13 assigned the duty of organizing 
sanitary dept. 161st Depot Bri., one of the 
largest depot brigades in U. S. army; pro- 
moted to major, Med. Corps, Sept. 24, 
1918. 

CONKIN, CHARLES A., Green City, Mo., 
son Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Conkin; aged 22, 
farmer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

CONKLIN, CHARLES J., Colo; selective. 
May 13, 1918, Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 

CONKLIN, MERLE D., Green Mountain; 
recruited, Marshalltown, July 28, 1917; 
Bakers' Co. 28, Ft. Riley, Kan. 

CONNELY, SAM, Cincinnati, O.; aged 24, 
farm laborer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, 
Camp Dodge. 

CONNLEY, HENRY, Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Sarah Connley; reci-uited, Marshall- 
town, June 2, 1917; sent to Vancouver, 
Wash.; transferred to Camp Greene, N. 
C; overseas, April 18, 1918, Co. D, 4th 
Eng., A. E. F.; army of occupation. 

CONNLEY, HENRY L., Marshalltown, son 
J. M. Connley; enlisted, Kansas City, Feb- 
ruary, 1917; Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; 
overseas, April, 1918; Co. A, 15th M. G. 
Bn., A. E. F. 

CONNLEY, MILTON FAY, Marshalltown, 
son J. M. Connley; enlisted July, 1916; 
stationed Columbus, O.; Cpl, of Scouts, 
Bat. A, 6th F. A., A. E. F. 



COOK, LEO A., Melbourne; selective, April 
5, 1918, Sweeney Auto School, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

COOLEDGE, BYRON C, Marshalltown; 
aged 22, son Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. 
Cooledge; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Co. A, 19th M. P. 

COOLEY, WILLIAM HERMAN, Marshall- 
town, son Mrs. Clara Mundhenk; aged 23, 
farmer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Pvt. Det. M. O. Base Hosp. No. 
130, ambulance driver. Camp Shelby, Miss.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Dec. 18, 1918. 

COOPER, JOSEPH GILBERT, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cooper; S. 
A. T. C, S. U. I., Iowa City. 

COOPER, GLENN W., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cooper; enlisted; sta- 
tioned Kelly Field, Tex.; arrived over- 
seas, August, 1918. 

COOPER, WESLEY C, Melbourne, aged 
21; recruited, Marshalltown, Medical 
Corps, May 25, 1918. 

COPE, OLIVER J., R. F. .D 3, Marshall- 
town; Marshall county selective, inducted 
elsewhere, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

COPE, WALTER R., R. F. D. 3, Marshall- 
town; aged 22, mechanic; selective, July 
24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Pvt. motor 
transport; mustered out, Camp Dodge, 
Feb. 8, 1919. 

COPLEY, GLENN W., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Copley; aged 24, 
chauffeur; enlisted. Ft. Logan, Colo., Dec. 
14, 1917; trained Kelly Field, Tex., and in 
England; overseas, July 7, 1918, 265th 
Aero Squadron; returned to U. S., Decem- 
ber, 1918. 

COPLEY, JAMES C, CofFeyville, Kan., son 
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Copley, R. F. D. 7, 
Marshalltown; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; 341st Motor Truck Co. 

CORBETT, FLOYD M., Melbourne, son Mr. 
and Mrs. H. K. Corbett; aged 23, elec- 
trician; recruited, Marshalltown, May, 
1917; stationed Ft. Logan, Colo.; trans- 
ferred to Presidio, Tex., 8th Cav., M. G. T. 

CORDT, CARL, Marshalltown, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Peter Cordt; enlisted, navy, Des 
Moines; stationed Great Lakes, 111. 



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JAMES S. SOMERS 



WILLIAM McKINLEY ELLIOTT 



H'^URY BERG 




GEORGE BLACKWELL 



MARION LEE PRICE 



DAN H. COLLINS 

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CORDT, PETER, JR., Marshalltow-n, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Peter Cordt; enisted, navy, Jan- 
uary, 1918, Bay Shore, L. I.; U. S. Aero- 
nautic Naval Training Station, Great 
Lakes, 111. 

COREY, HARRY, Marshallto\\'n; selective, 
Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

CORRICK, ROSS, Des Moines; transferred 
to Marshall county for voluntary induc- 
tion, March, 1918; former resident Gil- 
man. 

CORYELL, LEWIS, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. L. H. Coryell; enlisted, Brain- 
ard, Minn., April, 1918; stationed Camp 
Wadsworth, S. C; overseas, July, 1918; 
Co. D, 54th Inf.; A. E. F., eleven months; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, June 18, 1919. 

COULTER, CHARLES RALPH, State Cen- 
ter, son Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Coulter; aged 
27, farmer; selective. May 13, 1918, Jef- 
ferson Barracks, Mo. 

COVAL, MICHAEL, Waterloo; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; dis- 
charged, physical disability, August, 1918. 

COWARD, ARTHUR, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Coward; aged 28, ma- 
chinist; enlisted, Medical Corps, June 29, 
1917; trained Omaha and Ft. Riley, Kan.; 
overseas, July, 1918; Field Hosp. No. 21, 
4th San. Tr., A. E. F. 

COWARD, MAURICE, Marshallto%vn, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Coward; aged 21, 
photographer; enlisted Med. Det., June 
29, 1917; stationed Omaha, Ft. Riley, 
Kan., Camp Dodge and Washington, D. 
C; attached Photographic Dept., Signal 
Corps, Washington, D. C; mustered out, 
Washington, March, 1919. 

COYNE, MARTIN L., Marshalltown, Mrs. 
Martin Coyne, wife; selective, July 24, 
1919, Camp Pike, Ark.; 2d Co. 3d Sept. 
A. R. D.; overseas, October, 1918, Co. D, 
103d Inf., 26th Div., A. E. F.; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, April 17, 1919. 

COYNE, THOMAS H., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coyne; clerk; recruit- 
ed, Marshalltown, Dec. 8, 1917; assigned 
Cooks' and Bakers' School, Ft. Riley, 
Kan.; Sergt. 351st Regt., A. E. F. 



CRANDALL, JOHN P., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Henriette Crandall, St. Catherine, 
Mo.; aged 30, lineman; reci-uited, Mar- 
shalltown, Dec. 10. 1917; stationed Ft. 
Leavenworth, Kan. 

CRANE Y, H. H., Marshalltown; attorney; 

enlisted, Nov. 4, 1918, O. T. S., Camp 

Hancock, Ga.; mustered out, Jefferson 
Barracks, Mo., Jan. 20, 1919. 

CROMLEY, ROY McCOY, S. A. T. C, S. 
U. I., Iowa City. 

CRONK, ROLLAND ALFRED, Marshall- 
town, aged 27, farmer; selective, July 24, 

1917, Camp Pike, Ark.; Pvt. Cas. Det. No. 
18, 163d Depot Bri.; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, Dec. 28, 1918. 

CROSBY, RAYMOND H., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Crosby; inducted 
Sept. 15, 1918, Marshalltown; assigned to 
Camp Beauregard, Hdq. Trp., 17th Div.; 
Cpl. Nov. 1, 1918; Sergt. Jan. 1, 1919; mus- 
tered out. Camp Beauregard, Feb. 6, 1919. 

CROSON, CALVIN LEE, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Charles Croson, Kirks- 
ville. Mo.; aged 26, farmer; selective, May 
24, 1918, Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; died in 
France. 

CROSS, WILLIAM ROBERT, Marshall- 
town, aged 20, student; selective, Oct. 15, 

1918, Iowa State College, Ames, mechani- 
cal training; mustered out, Ames, Dec. 12, 
1918. 

CROUSE, CARL, Liscomb, son Mr. and 
Mrs. E. S. Crouse; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, 
Camp Dodge. 

CROUSE, ERRETT LEVERNE, Albion, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crouse; enlisted, Water- 
loo, Nov. 28, 1917; stationed Camp Grant, 
111.; aviation school, St. Paul, Minn.; Ft. 
Sill, Okla.; 4th Aero Squadron, Sig. Corps; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, June, 1919. 

CROW, C. H., LeGrand; enlisted, Des Moines, 
April, 1917. 

CROW, LIEUT. HARVEY M., LeGrand, 
son Mr. and Mrs. John W. Crow; re-en- 
listed for third time when 28th Inf., to 
which he was attached, was on Mexican 
border, in 1916; overseas as sergt. major 
with first division to follow General Per- 
shing, fall of 1917; slightly wounded in 
action, March, 1918. 



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FRANK WILLARD 



RAYMOND CROSBY 



ARTHUR J. HKADLEY 






JOHN A. CAMPBELL 



MARTIN J. RODERMEL 



ALPHA E. MILLER 

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GUMMING, WAYNE A., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Gumming; aged 20, 
clerk; M. H. S., '15; enlisted April 16, 
1917; overseas, Aug. 13, 1917, Sig. Gorps, 
1st Aero Sqn., 88th Div.; overseas twenty- 
two months; army of occupation, Ger- 
many; returned to U. S., June 26, 1919. 

CUTSINGER, JOSEPH H., Prosperine, Mo., 
son Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Crutsinger; aged 
25, farm laborer; twise rejected for en- 
listment; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
?; Bat. E, 305th F. A., A. E. F. 



DADY, ALFRED J., Marshalltown: recruit- 
ed, Oct. 1, 1917; M. O. T. G. Sec. 82, Ft. 
Riley, Kan. 

DADY, JOHNCE H., Marshalltowm; recruit- 
ed, Oct. 2, 1917; M. 0. T. G. Sec. 82, Ft. 
Riley, Kan. 

DAGGETT, HARVEY A., Marshalltown; 
enlisted, Bat. B, 10th F. A., Ft. Douglas, 
Ariz. 

DALBEY, ROY G., Gilman, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles Dalbey; enlisted May, 1917; 
in training camp Oskaloosa, la.; stationed 
Camp Dodge and Camp Mills, N. Y.; 
Liverpool, November, 1917; France, De- 
cember, 1918; Co. H, 168th Inf.; 42d 
(Rainbow) Div.; base hospital, Feb. 14 to 
Sept. 17, 1918; later assig:ned to camp 
barber shop; returned to U. S., Jan. 9, 
1919; mustered out, Camp Dodge, Jan. 
27, 1919. 

DAMMANN, CLARENCE, Melbourne, aged 
20; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
transferred to Camp Shelby, Miss., base 
hospital No. 130; transferred to evacua- 
tion hospital unit 33; overseas Nov. 21, 
1918. 

DANIEL, WALTER, Abilene, Kan.; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Gamp Pike, Ark. 

DANIELSON, DANIEL G., Ferguson, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Danielson; aged 25, car- 
penter; enlisted. Ft. Logan, Colo., Nov. 

23, 1917; Co. C, 4th Eng., Camp Greene, 
N. C.; arrived overseas, May, 1918. 

DANIELSON, OLE M., Ferguson, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Ole Danielson; selective, July 

24, 1918, Gamp Pike, Ark.; 48th Co., 12th 
Rec. Bri.; provcst guard. 



DANNEN, JOHN M., Melbourne, son Mr. 
and Mrs. John B. Dannen; aged 31, 
thresher; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

DANNEN, RALPH J., Melbourne, son Mr. 
and Mrs. John B. Dannen; farmer, select- 
ive, May 13, 1918, Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 

DARRAH, DALE, Gilman, son Mr. and Mrs. 
Hugh Darrah; clerk; enlisted; served with 
aeroplane service in England; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, December, 1918. 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM CHARLES, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. John David- 
son; aged 19, freight handler; recruited, 
Marshalltown, Jan. 2, 1918; stationed Ft. 
Logan, Colo.; Los Angeles, Cal.; Honolulu, 
T. H.; Ft. Mills, Corregidor Island, P. I.; 
15th Co., C. A. C, Q. M. office. 

DAVIS, CARL G., State Center, son Mr. 
and Mrs. G. B. Davis; selective, Sept. 6, 
1918, Camp Dodge; cooks and bakers 
school, diploma as first cook; transferred 
to Go. F, Engineers, but failed in physical 
test and sent to base hospital; transferred 
to U. S. Hosp., Denver, Feb. 8, 1919. 

DAVIS, DAVID B., Melbourne; selective, 
Sept. 19, 1919, Camp Dodge. 

DAVIS, JEFFERSON D., Liscomb, aged 24, 
farmer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; Pvt. Go. F, 109 Ammunition Train, 
A. E. F., Oct. 17, 1917, to Jan. 5, 1919; 
mustered out. Gamp Dodge, Jan. 18, 1919. 

DAVIS, LEWIS P., Keenes, 111.; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

DAVIS, PERRY, Marshalltown; squad 13, 
126th Inf., 32d Div. 

DAVIS, ROBERT G., Marshalltown; enlist- 
ed May 7, 1917; stationed Ft. D. A. Rus- 
sell, Wyo.; Ft. Douglas, Ariz.; Ft. Riley, 
Kan.; on detached service in dept. of hip- 
pology in mounted service school; Sgt. 
Troop A, 1st Cav. 

DEANGNAAR, EVERETT H. J., Marshall- 
town; enlisted. 

DEAVER, BENJAMIN F., Marshalltown; 
enisted, Hartford, Wis.; Co. B, 107th Am- 
muniticn Tr., 32d Div., A. E. F. 



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GEORGE D. HAWORTH 



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DE BUTTS, LIEUT. FLOYD FRANCIS, 
Melbourne, son Mr. and Mrs. George A. 
De Butts; aged 20, county agent; M. H. 
S., '13; selective, Sept. 5, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; Co. F, 350th Inf.; commissioned 
2d lieut., air service, air craft production, 
casual officers'' detch.; mustered out, Camp 
Gordon, Ga., Jan. 28, 1919. 

DE BUTTS, LIEUT. HARRY, Melbourne, 
son Mr. and Mrs. George A. De Butts; 
second O. T. C, Ft. Sheridan, 111.; com- 
missioned 2d lieut. 

DE BUTTS, LIEUT. WILLIAM H., Des 
Moines, son Mr. and Mrs. George A. De 
Butts, Melbourne; aged 28, engineer; en- 
listed, Des Moines, August, 1917; com- 
missioned 1st lieut., infantry. 

DECKER, CHARLES VERLIE, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Decker; 
aged 16; recruited, Marshalltown, Novem- 
ber, 1917; stationed Ft. Worden, Wash.; 
overseas, July 13, 1918; Pvt. Bat. A, 63d 
C. A., A. E. F.; arrived in U. S., Febru- 
ary, 1919. 

DE LAWYER, BERT DELL, Union, son Mr. 
and Mrs. George De Lawyer; aged 24, 
farmer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Camp Cody, N. M., 
then to Camp Merritt, N. J.; overseas 
July, 1918; Pvt. Co. A, 101st Inf.; killed 
in action, Oct. 28, 1918. 

DE LAWYER, ORA GEORGE, Union, son 
Mr. and Mrs. George De Lawyer; aged 22, 
farmer; selective, July 31, 1918, Camp 
Forrest, Ga.; transferred to Camp Sher- 
man, Ala.; Pvt. Hdq. Det. 209th Eng.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 3, 1919. 

DE MARS, GLENN B., Marshallto^vn, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph De Mars; enlisted, 
June 1, 1917; Troop E, 21st Cav., Ft. 
Riley, Kan. 

DEMORY, CLIFFORD B., Marshalltown; 
selective, Sept. 5, 1917, Camp Dodge; re- 
jected, September, 1917, Camp Dodge. 

DENBOW, CARL R„ Liscomb, aged 26, far- 
mer; voluntarily inducted, March 11, 1918, 
Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; stationed Camp 
Nicholls, Camp Eustis and Camp Hill; 
Bat. C, 4th T. M. Bri., C. A. C, A. E. F., 
Oct. 7, 1918, to Jan. 18, 1919; discharged. 
Camp Dodge, Feb. 14, 1019. 



DENNETT, GEORGE W., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Dennett; en- 
isted, Nov. 5, 1917; 16th Co., C. A. C, 
Manila, P. I., chief operator engine rcom. 

DENNETT, VICTOR H., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Dennett; enlisted, 
Nov. 9, 1917; 16th Co., C. A. C, Manila, 
P. I.; chief signal and radio operator. 

DENNEY, LON E., Marshalltown, aged 30, 
machinist; voluntarily inducted, June 15. 
1918; stationed Ft. Leavenworth and 
Camp Meade; Co. B, 6th Tr. Bn., Sig. 
Corps; mustered out, Camp Dodge, Jan. 
27, 1919. 

DENNIS, WENDELL M., Albion; enlisted, 
S. A. T. C, Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, 
la., Oct. 1, 1918; O. T. C, Camp Grant, 
111., Nov. 13; mustered out. Camp Grant, 
November, 1918. 

DENT, DONALD E., Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Inez W. Dent; aged 23, M. H. S. '14, of- 
fice clerk; reciniited, Marshalltown, Dec. 
11, 1917; Ft. Logan, Colo., Kelly Field, 
Tex., and Waco, Tex.; assigned to 33d 
aero squadron; May, 1918, squadron trans- 
ferred to Camp Greene, N. C, aviation 
concentration camp; sergt. maj. 33d squad- 
ron, 3d Prov. Reg.; Mob. Depot, Dept. Mil. 
Aeronautics, Camp Greene; sent as ex- 
pert, July 2, 1918, to work on records 
Payne Field, West Point, Miss. 

DE SCHAMP, PERRY A., inducted New 
Amsterdam, Ind., as from Marshall coun- 
ty, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

DE SCHAMP, F. WILLARD, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Willard De Schamp; 
aged 27, farmer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; 1st class pvt., Co. M. 88th 
Inf., 19th Div.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Dec. 19, 1918. 

DETRICH, FRANK GARNET, Williamson, 
Penn., son Mr. and Mrs. Jacob A. Detrich; 
aged 23, farmer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, 
Camp Dodge. 

DETRICK, GEORGE C, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Detrick; aged 23; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
overseas, October, 1918, Co. 11, Sept. A. 
R. D., 83d Div., A. E. F.; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, May 2, 1919. 



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CORP. HARRY R. BUNTING 



(■LYDE E. WEST 




CLARENCE H. VAUGHAN 



CLARENCE DAMMENN 



RAY E. MYERS 
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DETRICK, ROBERT R., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Detrick; aged 28, ma- 
chinist; inducted, June, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Ft. Bayard, N. M.; 
Pvt. Co. 15, 165th Depot Bri.; mustered 
out, Base Hosp., Camp Travis, Tex., 
March 21, 1919. 

DEVICK, BYRON W., Oilman, son Mr. and 
Mrs. O. Devick; aged 23; recniited, Mar- 
shalltown, Dec. 11, 1917; stationed Camp 
Hill, Va., ten months; transferred to 
Camp Stuart, Va., October, 1918; Cpl. 
Motor Transport Co. 357. 

DEWEY, ALFRED R., St. Anthony, son Mr. 
and Mrs. G. W. Dewey; aged 18; enlisted, 
Des Moines, April 30, 1917; overseas, 
November, 1917; Co. B, 168th Inf., 42d 
(Rainbow) Div.; Chateau Thierry, St. Mi- 
hiel, Argonne. 

DEWEY, CHARLES W., JR., State Center, 
" son Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Dewey, Rhodes 
recruited, Marshalltown, April 23, 1917 
stationed at Ft. Miley, Cal., in C. A. C. 
transferred to A. A. Bn., Camp Merritt, 
N. J.; overseas, Jan. 1, 1918; Bat. D, 23d 
Sector, 123d Co., 1st Anti-aircraft Corps, 
A. E. F., seventeen months in France; 
second battle of the Marne, St. Mihiel, 
Argonne, Soissons, Chateau Thierry; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, March 25, 1919. 

DEWEY, EDGAR RAY, Rhodes, son Mr. 
and Mrs. C. F. Dewey; aged 20, chauf- 
feur; recruited, Marshalltown, May 13, 
1917; sent to Ft. Shafter, T. H., June 5; 
assigned Co. G, 2d Inf.; transferred to 
Camp Fremont, Cal., July 8, 1918, and to 
Camp Dodge, Sept. 2; when 19th Div. was 
formed, transferred to Co. G, 88th Inf., 
and made corporal; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, Jan. 27, 1919. 

DE WITT, FRANK W., Marshallto-wTi, son 
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. De Witt; aged 25, 
switchman; enlisted, Chicago, June 3, 
1917, Co. C, 13th Eng. Ry.; twenty months 
service overseas, largely with French 
army; Verdun sector, St. Mihiel, Argonne; 
mustered out, Camp Grant, 111., May 14, 
1919. 

DE WITT, RAY, Marshalltown! Cpl., Prov. 
Marshal Corps, 235th Co., Bordeaux, 
France. 



DICKOVER, WILMAR BOYCE, demons, 
son Mr. and Mrs. George G. Dickover, 
Albion; aged 22, farmer; selective, Feb. 
26, 1918, Camp Dodge; Co. K, 326th Inf., 
82d Div., A. E. F. 

DIECKMAN, CARL F., Marshalltown; se- 
lective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; ar- 
rived overseas, August, 1918. 

DIMOLIAKKOS, BILL, Marshalltown, cafe 
manager, aged 25; selective. Camp Dodge, 
June 24, 1918; overseas, August, 1918, 
Pvt. Co. K, 350th Inf.; wounded in right 
leg, Aug. 15, 1918; mustered out, Janu- 
ary, 1919. 

DISTLER, W. A., Marshalltown, aged 29, 
farmer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge. 

DIVIS, FRED, Marshalltown, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Joe Divis; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; Sergt. 1st Co., Rep. Tr. 
Bn.; sent to Con-Nom. O. T. C; mustered 
out, Camp Pike, Dec. 21, 1918. 

DIVIS, WILLIAM, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Joe Divis; selective, July 24, 
1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 48th Co., 12th Tr. 
Bn.; mustered out. Camp Pike, Dec. 4, 
1918. 

DIXON, LEO, Marshalltown, son Mr. and 
Mrs. William Dixon; aged 21, student; 
recruited, Marshalltown, May 31, 1918; 
stationed Ft. Logan, Colo., Presidio, Cal., 
Ft. Winfield Scott and Ft. Baker; Cpl. 
Bat. A, 18th Reg., C. A. C; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, February, 1919. 

DODD, ROSS R., Marshalltown, aged 18; 
recruited, Marshalltown, June 19, 1918, 
coast artillery. 

DOERR, LIEUT. JOHN, Melbourne, Mrs. 
Louise Doerr, wife; veterinarian; enlist- 
ed, veterinary officers' reserve, Ames, la.; 
commissioned 2d lieut., December, 1917; 
assigned to Front Royal, Va. 

DONALDSON, ROBERT P., Marshalltown; 
enlisted; sent to Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 

DONER, JOHN R., Oskaloosa, son Mrs. R. 
H. Dickson; aged 29, railway brakeman; 
selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
overseas, September, 1918, Sergt. Co. F, 
88th Div. 



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DONALD PEARSON 



ELMER G. FERRIN 



DANIEL W. FIGGINS 




FAY A. STEVENS 



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DONNELSON, FREDERICK S., Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Donnelson; 
aged 19, student; enlisted, Ft. Logan, 
Colo., April 26, 1917; stationed Ft. Win- 
field Scott, Cal.; transferred, Nov. 10, 
1918, to Camp Upton, N. Y.; Sergt. Bat. 
B., 40tli Reg., C. A. C; mustered out. 
Camp Grant, 111., Dec. 10, 1918. 

DONNELSON, GUY W., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Donnelson; aged 25, 
locomotive fireman; enlisted June 4, 1917; 
stationed Vancouver Barracks, Wash.; 
transferred, March 12, 1918, to Camp A. 
A. Humphreys, Va.; mustered out. Camp 
A. A. Humphreys, Jan. 14, 1919. 

DORMAN, ROY, Jefferson; selective, Sept. 
6, 1918, Camp Dodge; inducted as from 
this county. 

DORSE, ROBERT A., Marshaltown, aged 
39, conductor; enlisted, Dec. 3, 1917, en- 
gineers. 

DOWNING, HERBERT B., Marshalltow-n, 
son Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Dovming; aged 22, 
stenogi'apher; first enlisted, 1912; sta- 
tioned San Francisco, operating with fleet 
along west coast for four years; ordered 
to report naval recruiting station, Des 
Moines, April, 1917, for sei-vice; chief yeo- 
man on U. S. S. Milwaukee, U. S. S. Dol- 
phin, U. S. S. Pittsburgh, U. S. S. Huron 
(formerly Frederich der Grosse) ; overseas 
in ransport service sixteen times. 

DRAVIS, RANDALL G., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Dravis; aged 24; se- 
ective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
transferred from Waterloo for induction 
here; overseas Sept. 30, 1918, Co. 26, 
Sept. A. R. D., assigned to Hdqrs. Co., 
161st Inf. 

DREBOT, STEPHEN, Marshalltown, aged 
27, locomotive fireman; selective, July 24, 
1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Pvt. Co. E, 147th 
Eng.; mustered out. Ft. Benjamin Harri- 
son, Ind., Dec. 11, 1918. 

DREW, ALBERT W., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Drew; enlisted, April 
11, 1917, Ft. Logan, Colo.; transferred to 
Ft. McDowell, assigned to 28th Inf.; to 
Honolulu, May, 1917; served later at Hong 
Kong, China; mustered out. Camp Dodge. 

DREW, JOHN E., St. Anthony, son Mr. and 
Mrs. W. D. Drew; aged 22, bookkeeper; 



reci-uited, Marshalltown, Dec. 11, 1917; 
9th Recruiting Co., Ft. Logan, Colo.; 
transfei-red to Camp Hancock, Ga., 28th 
Div. 

DREW, WILLIAM A., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Drew; aged 24, team- 
ster; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
overseas May, 1918, Co. B, 129th Inf., A. 
E. F.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, June 
2, 1919. 

DRUKER, PHILIP, Marshalltown, aged 26, 
fruit merchant; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, 
Camp Dodge; Co. C, 313th Field Sig. Bn.; 
mustered out, physical disability. Camp 
Dodge, Oct. 20, 1917. 

DU BOIS, NATHAN W., S. A. T. C, I. S. 
C, Ames. 

DULL, SHUFORD, East Bend, N. C; se- 
lective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; in- 
ducted as from this county. 

DUNHAM, HARRY S., Albion, son Mr. and 
Mrs. C. V. Dunham, aged 21, teamster; 
selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; 
Co. K, 163d Inf. 

DUNN, BERNARD B., St. Anthony; select- 
ive, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

DUNN, EDWARD B., MarshalltowTi, son 
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dunn; aged 21; se- 
lective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; trans- 
ferred to Camp Jessup, Ga.; Co. B, Unit 
305. 

DUNN, JACK HENRY, Los Angeles, Cal., 
son Mrs. Anna Dunn, Marshalltown; aged 
27, machinist; registered in California, 
transferred on request to Marshall county 
for induction; selective, Sept. 5, 1917, 
Camp Dodge; assigned to 6th Co., 338th 
M. G. Squadron; transferred, Nov. 25, 
1917, as signal man, to Kelly Field, Tex.; 
transferred, Dec. 17, 1917, to 253d Aero 
Squadron, Gemster Field, La.; overseas, 
September, 1918, trained in England; A. 
E. F., Aug. 8 to Dec. 11, 1918; mustered 
out, Camp Dodge, Dec. 30, 1918. 

DUNN, SYLVESTER W., Marshalltown, 
son Mrs. Anna Dunn; aged 28, farmer; 
recruited, April 16, 1917, Marshalltown; 
stationed Camp Fremont, Presidio, Cal., 
C. A. C; transferred to 62d Inf., and later 
to cooks and bakers school; Pvt. first 
class, Co. C, 23d M. G. Bn., 8th Div.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 18, 1919. 



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HOWARD R. EWING 



SERGT. CHARLES N. PERRIN 

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ROSTER OF MARSHALL COUNTY SOLDIERS AND SAILORS (Continued) 



DURAND, CHARLES T., Marshalltown, 
aged 25, chauffeur; enlisted, Chicago, May 
29, 1917; stationed Jefferson Barracks, 
Mo., Bro\v'nsville, Tex., Coi-pus Christi, 
Camp Merritt, N. J.; overseas about Aug. 
1, 1918, wagoner, Co. E, 5th Eng. 

DWIGHT, ARLEY S., Ferguson, son Mrs. 
George Cunningham; aged 24, farmer; se- 
lective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; over- 
seas, June, 1918, wounded in thigh in 
France; arrived in U. S., March, 1919. 

EASON, LYLE, Marshalltown, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Stewart Eason; aged 23, M. H. S. '12, 
student; enlisted, Dec. 10, 1917; radio div., 
navy. Great Lakes, 111.; called Jan. 10, 
1918; March, 1918, transferred to Dun- 
woody School, Minneapolis, for ten weeks 
course; transferred to Harvard College, 
for twenty weeks of instruction, gradu- 
ating and transferring to aviation; sent 
to Naval Air Training School, Pensacola, 
Fla., nine weeks; observer aviation corps; 
relieved from duty, Bay Ridge Receiving 
Ship, New York, March 4, 1919. 

EAST, CLARENCE IVER, Marshallto%\Ti, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. East; aged 32, 
teamster; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; Pvt. 2d M. C. Det., A. R. D., 
Columbus Barracks, 0.; mustered out, 
Columbus Barracks, Feb. 18, 1919. 

EAST, FRED MELVIN, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. East; aged 27; 
recruited June 3, 1918; stationed M. G. 
Tr. School, Utica, N. Y.; corporal. 

EBY, OTIS M., Marshallto^\^l, aged 39; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, Q. M. Corps, July 

1, 1918. 

ECKHARDT, ALBERT, State Center; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
discharged, physical disability, August, 
1918. 

ECKHARDT CLARENCE D., State Cen- 
ter; aged 18, carpenter; enlisted. Ft. Lo- 
gan, Colo., Aug. 5, 1918; Pvt. Hdq. Co., 
22d Inf.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, Feb. 
5, 1919. 

ECKHARDT, WALTER E., State Center, 
aged 21; recruited, Marshalltown, Aug. 

2, 1918; M. G. Co., 2d Inf., Camp Dodge; 
mustered out, Jan. 25, 1919. 



EKSTROM, FREDERICK G., Marshall- 
town, aged 23, farm hand; selective, June 
24, 1918, Camp Dodge; overseas August, 
1918, Co. F, Med. Det., 350th Inf.; killed 
in action in France, Oct. 12, 1918. 

EDEL, ANTON W., Haverhill, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Matthew Edel; aged 31, farmer; se- 
lective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

EDERHOFF, GEORGE J., Marshallto-mi; 
selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge. 

EDLER, ALBERT L. C, State Center, son 
Mr. and Mrs. John Edler; aged 27, piano 
tuner; selective. May 13, 1918, Jefferson 
Barracks, Mo.; transferred to Camp Mac- 
Arthur, Tex.; Pvt. Co. F, 5th Devel. Bn.; 
mustered out, Camp MacArthur, Nov. 21, 
1918. 

EDSALL, CLARENCE E., Marshalltown, 
Mrs. C. E. Edsall, wife; aged 24, printer; 
selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; 
overseas, July, 1918; Sergt. Hdq. Co., 
527th Eng., A. E. F.; army of occupation; 
returned to U. S., May, 1919; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge. 

EDSALL, JAMES RALPH, Marshalltown, 
son Mr, and Mrs. Horace P. Edsall; aged 
18; recruited, Marshalltown, April 6, 
1918; stationed Ft. Logan, Colo.; Wash- 
ington Barracks, D. C, in training two 
months; color guard in review before 
President Wilson and Uruguayan minis- 
ter; left Camp Merritt, N. J., for over- 
seas, June 13, 1918; Pvt. Co. C, 6th Eng., 
A. E. F.; army of occupation, Coblenz. 

EGGERS, FRED C, State Center, aged 24, 
teacher; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Pvt. Co. A, 219th F. S. Bn., Med. 
Dept.; O. T. S., Camp Dodge, 1918; mus- 
tered out, Camp Dodge, Feb. 20, 1919. 

EGGERS, WILLIAM HENRY, State Center, 
son Mr. and Mrs. August Eggers; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Co. 
L, 49th Inf., A. E. F. 

EICHORN, EARL L., R. F. D. 7, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eichom; 
enisted, navy, Des Moines, Jan. 25, 1918; 
assigned to League Island Navy Yards, 
Penn.; transferred to Norfolk, Va., then 
to Ft. Monroe; active service, U. S. S. 
Maine. 



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DAVID SWEDBEKC; 



LAWRENCE R. SMITH 




ARTHUR STROUSE 



FRANK BLACK 



F. MAXWELL KOONTZ 




SERGT. JOHN R. DONEai 



CARL G. DAVIS 



LEONARD C. HILDERBRAND 

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EIGE, ELMER HIRAM, S. A. T. C, Carle- 
ton College, Northfield, Minn. 

EKSTRAIN, GUST FRED, Lamoille, aged 
20, farmer; selective, June 24, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

ELANDER, AXEL R., Marslialltown, aged 
23, farmer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; Pvt. Co. G, 161st Inf.; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, March 6, 1919. 

ELANDER, CARL A. J., Marshalltown ; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, July 17, 1917; sta- 
tioned Field Hosp. No. 7, Ft. Clark, Tex. 

ELANDER, JOHN E., Marshalltown; se- 
lective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

ELLEDGE, JOE, Marshallto-i\Ti, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Lewis Elledge; M. H. S. '10; enlist- 
ed, navy, Sept. 6, 1917; stationed Great 
Lakes, 111.; Co. 33, 12th Reg., Yeoman. 

ELLIOTT, IRA, Albion, son Mr. and Mrs. 
F. T. Elliott, aged 24, carpenter; selective, 
Feb. 24, 1918, Camp Dodge; Co. A, 5.5th 
Eng., A. E. F. 

ELLIOTT, MELVILLE B., Liscomb; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, Oct. 9, 1917. 

ELLIOTT, ORVA EARL, Rhodes, Mrs. 
Edith Elliott, wife; enlisted, navy, Des 
Moines, Dec. 15, 1917; C. M. Aero Sta- 
tion, Pensacola, Fla.; transferred to Phila- 
delphia; 1st class C. M., U. S. N. A. F., 
Field A. Div., northern bombing group, 
France. 

ELLIOTT, WILLIAM McKINLEY, Albion, 
son Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Elliott; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; Co. C, 2d Inf. 

ELLIS, HAROLD VERNON, S. A. T. C, 
I. S. C, Ames. 

ELLIS, JAMES C, Lamoille; selective, Sept. 
19, 1917, Camp Dodge; transferred to 
Camp America, Washington, D. C; Cpl. 
Co. D, 20th Eng., A. E. F. 

ELSTON, ORIE, Gladbrook, son Mr. and 
Mrs. O. J. Elston; Co. H, 351st Inf., A. 
E. F.; overseas, August, 1918. 

EMMONS, JAMES, Marshalltown; select- 
ive. May 13, 1918, Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 

ENGEL, C. H., Marshalltown, aged 25, 
salesman; selective, June 24, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Personnel Dept., Camp Hdq. Co.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Nov. 18, 1918. 



ENO, MERLE M., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. B. Eno; aged 19, bank clerk; 
enlisted, S. A. T. C, I. S. C, Ames, Sept. 
28, 1918; discharged, Dec. 21, 1918. 

ENO, RALPH v., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. B. Eno; enlisted, navy, June 27, 
1917, Des Moines, as yeoman; stationed 
Great Lakes, 111.; transferred, November, 
1917, to Harvard Radio School; assigned 
to signal corps. 

ERICKSON, GEORGE R., Marshalltown, 
grandson Mrs. Arnold Nelson; aged 17, 
machinist; recruited, Marshalltown, Jan. 
14, 1918; stationed Ft. Logan, Colo.; Camp 
Hancock, Ga.; Camp Greene, N. C; over- 
seas, July, 1918; 11th Co., 4th A. S. M., 
A. E. F. 

ERICKSON, JOHN A., Omaha; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; inducted as 
from this county. 

ETTER, HARRY E., Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Ella S. Etter, Chambersburg, Penn.; aged 
25, laundryman; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, 
Camp Dodge; Truck Co. 1, 313th Ammu- 
nition Tr., A. E. F. 

EVANS, JOHN H., State Center, son Mrs. 
Emma Evans; aged 23, clerk; recruited, 
Marshalltown, Dec. 12, 1917; stationed 
Jefferson Ban-acks, Mo.; transferred to 
American Univ., Washington, D. C, Co. 
F, 6th Bn., 20th Eng.; en route to France 
on liner Tuscania, when that vessel was 
torpedoed and sunk, Feb. 5, 1918; engaged 
in forestry and construction work in 
France, with 18th Co., 20th Eng.; over- 
seas fifteen months; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, June 7, 1919. 

EVERIST, HARRY E., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Lee C. Everist; aged 26; 
recruited, Marshalltown, Jan. 7, 1918; sta- 
tioned Camp Dodge, Co. F, 350th Inf.; 
transferred to Camp Gordon, Ga., then to 
Camp Upton, N. Y.; overseas, April 21, 
1918; Pvt. Co. G, 325th Inf., A. E. F.; 
died of wounds received in action in 
France, Oct. 19, 1918. 

EVERIST, JESSE C, Marshalltown, aged 
24, teamster; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; Co. I, 13th Tr. Bn.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Dec. 28, 1918. 



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ROY C. McINTYRE 



WAYNE HILDRETH 
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EVERIST, WILLIAM B., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Everist; waived de- 
ferred classification to go with selective 
draft contingent, July 31, 1918, to Camp 
Forrest, Ga.; Pvt. 1st class, Co. C, 209tli 
Eng.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, Feb. 
3, 1919. 

EVERTS, ALONZO, Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Sanna Everts, Seattle, Wash.; aged 24, 
fireman; enlisted, navy. May 1, 1917; as- 
signed to transport service and made sev- 
eral trips to France; engineer 2d class, 
U. S. S. Hancock; died at sea, Nov. 8, 1918. 

EVERTS, EARL G., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. W. P. Everts; enlisted, April, 
1917; overseas May, 1918; cook, Bat. A, 
58th C. A. C, A. E. F. 

EVERTS, HENRY M., Marshallto^\^l, son 
Mrs. Adeline Everts; street car motorman; 
selective. Camp Dodge, Feb. 24, 1918; 
transferred to Camp Sevier, S. C; over- 
seas, August, 1918; Co. K, 118th Inf., A. 
E. F.; slightly wounded in shoulder by 
fragment of shell, Oct. 17, 1918. 

EWING, HOWARD R., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ewing; aged 21, M. 
H. S. '16; construction foreman; recruit- 
ed, city, Dec. 14, 1917; stationed Ft. Ben- 
jamin Harrison, Ind., Hdq. Det. 603d Eng.; 
A. E. F., master engineer, Sept. 1, 1918, to 
June 20, 1919; Meuse-Argonne, Oct. 29 
to Nov. 11, 1918; mustei-ed out. Camp 
Dodge, June 26, 1919. 

FAGEN, HENRY D., Gilman, aged 31, mail 
carrier; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; Pvt. Co. I, 161st Inf., A. E. 
F.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, March 6, 
1919. 

FANTON, JOHN EDWARD, Onida, S. D., 
son Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fanton; aged 29, 
plumber; selective, April 29, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Camp Travis, Tex., 
then to Camp Mills, N. Y.; Co. E, 315th 
Eng., A. E. F. 

FARENA, JASPER, Kansas City, Mo.; in- 
ducted, Kansas City, as from Marshall 
county; sent to Camp Forrest, Ga., July 
31, 1918. 

FARMER, LESTER D., MarshalltowTi, aged 
22; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, 
Ark.; Non-Com. 0. T. S., Camp Pike; 
transferred to Camp Sherman, O.; Sup- 
ply Co., 379th Inf.; mustered out, Camp 
Sherman, Dec. 12, 1918. 



FARR, CARL, Marshalltown, son Mr. and 
Mrs. George Farr; aged 23; recruited 
June 4, 1917; stationed Ft. Douglas, Ariz., 
Bat. D, 10th F. A.; overseas, June, 1918. 

FARR, RAYMOND, Laurel, Mrs. Raymond 
Farr, wife; farmer; selective, Sept. 6, 
1918, Camp Dodge; cooks and bakers 
school. 

FAULK, DEWEY, Marshalltown; recruited, 
Marshalltown, April 17, 1917. 

FENNER, W. P., Marshalltown, son Mr. and 
Mrs. W. A. Fenner; Sergt. 184th Aero 
Squadron; overseas, June, 1918; returned 
to U. S., March 7, 1919. 

FERGUSON, DAVID C, Ferguson, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Henderson J. Ferguson; aged 
27, carpenter; recruited, Marshallto^\•n, 
Nov. 22, 1917; 4th Co., C. A. C, Ft. Wor- 
den. Wash. 

FERGUSON, DAVID N., JR., Le Grand, 
son Mr. and Mrs. David N. Ferguson; 
aged 20, farmer; enlisted. Ft. Logan, 
Colo., Jan. 7, 1918, C. A. C; transferred 
to trench mortar regt., and trained at Ft. 
Crockett, Tex.; overseas, July, 1918. 

FERGUSON, ORRIE E., Marshalltown, 
aged 24, pharmacist; recruited, Marshall- 
town, Dec. 10, 1917, Med. Corps; in active 
service in France six months; evacuation 
hosp. No. 12, Treves, Germany, 3d Army. 

FERGUSON, ORLIE D., Ferguson, son Mrs. 
Effie Ferguson; aged 18, mechanic; en- 
listed. Ft. Logan, Colo., Feb. 14, 1918; sta- 
tioned Camp Wise, Tex., and Camp Morri- 
son, Va.; 54th Balloon Co.; mustered out. 
Air Service Depot, Morrison, Va., Dec. 17, 
1918. 

FERGUSON, ROBERT S., Ferguson, son 
Mrs. Effie Ferguson; aged 18, chauff^eur; 
enlisted. Ft. Logan, Colo., Feb. 14, 1918; 
stationed Camp Wise, Tex., and Camp 
Morrison, Va.; 56th Balloon Co.; mustered 
out. Air Sei-vice Depot, Morrison, Va., 
Feb. 14, 1919. 

FERKIN, HANS, Marshalltown, aged 26, 
selective, April 29, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

FERNEAU, RALPH, Marshalltown, aged 
18, painter; enlisted. Ft. Logan, April 18, 
1917; Cpl. Bat. C, 2d Army Art. Park; 
mustered out. Camp MacArthur, Dec. 19, 
1918. 



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FERRIN, ELMER G., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Ed Barrett; aged 21; recruited, 
Avoca, la., Dec. 19, 1917; stationed Ft. 
Worden, Wash.; overseas, July 13, 1918, 
Bat. A, 63d C. A. C; in air raid at Rouen; 
returned to U. S., Feb. 26, 1919. 

FETTERS, LIEUT. JAY MARCH, Mar- 
shalltow-n, son Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fetters; 
M. H. S., '12; enlisted in air sei-vice, Janu- 
ary, 1918, San Francisco; attended ground 
school, Berkeley, Cal.; member of first 
squad assigned to Mather Field, Sacra- 
mento; commissioned lieut., September, 
1918; detailed as cadet to instruct at 
Mather Field; first aviator to fly Sierra 
mountains at night; first to fly Cascade 
Range, June, 1919. 

FICKEN, HARRY A., State Center; recruit- 
ed June 4, 1917; 7th Eng., Ft. Leaven- 
worth, Kan. 

FICKEN, JOHN W., State Center, son Mr. 
and Mrs. John Ficken; aged 28, farmer; 
recruited April 9, 1917; overseas, Septem- 
ber, 1917; Cpl. Co. K, 23d Inf., A. E. F. 

FIGGINS, DANIEL WESLEY, State Cen- 
ter, son Mrs. Agnes Figgins; aged 18, stu- 
dent; enrolled S. A. T. C, I. S. C, Ames, 
Oct. 1, 1918; discharged Dec. 16, 1918. 

FINKLE, ESTLE, Marshalltown; enlisted, 
Davenport, cavalry, October, 1917. 

FINN, WALTER A., Marshalltown; aged 
36; recruited, engineers, June 19, 1918. 

FISHER, CLARENCE L., St. Anthony, son 
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Fisher; aged 25, far- 
mer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, 
Ark.; overseas, October, 1918; Co. B, 1st 
A. R. D., A. E. F. 

FISHER, ELMER O., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Fisher; aged 18, stu- 
dent; recruited, Jan. 21, 1918; Ft. Logan, 
Colo.; Ft. Crockett, Tex., 13th Co., C. A. 
C; Auto and Tractor School, Jackson- 
ville, Fla.; Ft. Crockett, Tex., Bat. F, 15th 
Reg. C. A. C. 

FLAHERTY, JAMES, Marshalltown; se- 
lective, Sept. 5, 1918, Ft. Riley, Kan., sent 
by local board as from Cheyenne, Wyo. 

FLATHERS, HARRY L., Marshalltown, 
aged 20, farmer; enlisted, Jefferson Bar- 
racks, Mo., July 27, 1917; Pvt. Co. A, 
67th Inf.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, 
Feb. 18, 1919. 



FLATHERS, MERLIN C, Marshalltown, 
son Mrs. Lillian Flathers; selective, July 
24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark., going with 
contingent from Story county; overseas 
with Co. 21, Sept. A. R. D., Oct. 13, 1918; 
Co. E, 164th Inf., 41st Div., A. E. F.; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, March 11, 1919. 

FLEMING, EDGAR D., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Fleming; enlisted; 
Trench Mortar Bat., Gettysburg, Penn. 

FLETCHER, RALPH A., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Etta Fletcher; aged 23, student; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, Nov. 22, 1917; sta- 
tioned Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; on trans- 
port Tuscania, en route to France, when 
that vessel was torpedoed and sunk. May 
5, 1918; Co. 17, 20th Eng., A. E. F. 

FLETCHER, ROLLAND, Marshalltown, 
son Mrs. Etta Fletcher; aged 26, cement 
constructor; enlisted. Mason City, Dec. 15, 
1917; stationed Camp Mills, six weeks, 
then to France; Sergt. Co. A, 168th Inf., 
42d (Rainbow) Div.; Lorraine, Feb. 15, 
1918; Champagne, Jiily 4; Chateau 
Thierry, July 26; St. Mihiel, Sept. 12; 
slightly wounded, left foot, machine gun 
bullet, September, 1918; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, Jan. 21, 1919. 

FLOWER, LESTER H., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Flower; aged 21, 
bank clerk; enlisted, navy, Des Moines; re- 
ported Great Lakes, 111., Sept. 6, 1917; sec- 
ond class yeoman. Great Lakes; relieved 
from duty, June 13, 1919. 

FLOWER, ROLLAND, Marshalltown; son 
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Flower; enlisted, 
navy, July 16, 1918, Great Lakes, 111.; sta- 
tioned commissary office; relieved from 
active duty, Feb. 22, 1919, Great Lakes. 

FLOWER, WILLIAM R., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Flower; insurance 
salesman, M. H. S., ■'12; enlisted, navy; 
stationed Great Lakes, 111.; transferred to 
Dunwoody Institute, Minneapolis, then to 
Hai-vard Radio School, graduating Decem- 
ber, 1918; sent to wireless telephone 
school. New London, Conn.; 3d class yeo- 
man; discharged. New York City, Feb. 2, 
1919. 

FLYNN, LAWRENCE, Dubuque; registered 
Marshall county; released by local board 
to be inducted into tank corps, Jefferson 
Barracks, Mo., June, 1918. 



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FOITL, JOSEPH, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Foitl; aged 19; enlisted, 
Omaha, Jan. 22, 1918; transferred to 
Camp Hancock, Ga.; left U. S., May 18, 
1918; Co. F, 103d Combatant Eng.,"28th 
Div., A. E. F.; Chateau Thierry front, June 
2.5 to July 30; Argonne front, Aug. 5 to 
Oct. 1; Metz front, Oct. 5 to Nov. 11; re- 
turned to U. S., March 28, 1919; mustered 
out, Camp Dodge, April 15, 1919. 

FORD, GEORGE S., St. Anthony, son Mr. 
and Mrs. George D. Ford; enlisted, navy, 
Des Moines, Nov. 11, 1917; stationed 
Great Lakes, 111.; transferred to Newport 
News, Va., and assigned to U. S. S. Utah; 
transferred to U. S. S. New Mexico; dis- 
charged, physical disability, June 21, 1918. 

FORD, JOHN WEBSTER, St. Anthony, son 
Mr. and Mrs. George D. Ford; enlisted, 
navy, Des Moines, July 3, 1917; called into 
service. Great Lakes, 111., Aug. 12; trans- 
ferred to Dunwoody Institute, Minneapo- 
lis; certificate as cook; assigned to trans- 
port Aeolna. 

FORD, WILLIAM E., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Ford; aged 22, 
machinist; enisted. Ft. Logan, Colo., Dec. 
14, 1917; stationed Kelly Field, Tex.; 
transferred to Garden City, N. Y., for 
transport; arrived in England, July 18, 
1918; 1st class pvt., aero section; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, Dec. 20, 1918. 

FORNOFF, ELMER E., Marshalltown; en- 
listed May 2, 1917, 14th Co., of Oahu, Ft. 
Ruger, Honolulu, T. H. 

FORREST, GEORGE B., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Forrest; aged 22, de- 
liveryman; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Camp Cody, N. M., 
then to Camp Mills, N. Y.; overseas. May, 
1918; Co. C, 166th Inf., 42nd Div.; wound- 
ed in shoulder with shrapnel, Sept. 13, 
1918; mustered out. Camp Dodge, March 
28, 1919. 

FORREY, RALEIGH ELLSWORTH, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Forrey; 
aged 22, printer; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; 3d Co., 13th Repl. and 
Tr. Bn.; Non-Com. O. T. S.; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, Dec. 28, 1918. 

FORTINO, GIACOMO, Marshalltown; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 



FOUCH, ROY, Conrad, son Mr. and Mrs. 
G. W. Fouch; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, 
Camp Dodge; transferred to Camp Cody, 
N. M., 34th (Sandstorm) Div.; overseas 
June 21, 1918; Co. E, 160th Inf., 40th 
Div.; returned to U. S., March, 1919; 
wounded in arm, July 31, 1918. 

FRANCIS, JAMES ROSCOE, S. A. T. C, 
Des Moines College. 

FRANKE, JOHN, State Center; selective, 
limited service, Oct. 3, 1918, Jefferson 
Barracks, Mo. 

FRANKS, BEN C, Marshalltown, son C. H. 
Franks, Iowa Soldiers' Home; Sergt. 249th 
Aero Squadron; appointed gas instructor, 
Rich Field aviation school, Waco, Tex. 

FRAZER, DWIGHT L., Marshallto%\'n, son 
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Frazer; aged 23; re- 
cruited, Marshallto'\\Ti, June 4, 1917; Ft. 
Douglas, Ariz., Bat. B, 10th F. A.; ar- 
rived overseas Feb. 28, 1918; signalman 
for artillery; suffered shell shock, July 22, 
1918; army of occupation; arrived in U. 
S., June, 1919. 

FREET, FLOYD R., Waterloo; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; inducted as 
from Marshall county. 

FRELAND, CHARLES ELMER, State Cen- 
ter, son Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Freland; aged 
26, farmer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; overseas, 20th Rep. Co., Sep- 
tember, 1918; Hdq. Cas. Det., Camp No. 
1, A. E. F.; mustered out. Camp Grant, 
111., Feb. 7, 1919. 

FRELAND, JOHN EARNEST, State Cen- 
ter, son Mr. and Mrs. J .P. Freland; aged 
23, farmer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; overseas September, 1918, 
Pvt. Co. 201, S. A. R. D. 

FRIEBERG, FRITZ H., Marshalltown; se- 
lective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

FRIEDMAN, HARRY A., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Friedman; aged 21; 
hide, fur and scrap iron dealer; selective, 
Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; transferred 
to Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., then to Camp 
Humphrey; Co. I, 2d Eng. Train Reg. 

FRIEDMAN, NATHAN, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Friedman; S. A. T. C, 
S. U. I., Iowa City. 



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FRIEND, VERNON A., Marshal Itown; en- 
listed 1914; overseas August, 1918; Sergt.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, June 21, 1918. 

FROST, JOHN A., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. John Frost; aged 25, teamster; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
overseas, October, 1918, Co. 18, Sept. A. 
R. D. 

FRY, LOMAN F., State Center; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

FULLER, JAMES C, Marshalltown; soda 
dispenser; enlisted, medical corps, Nov. 1, 
1917; Chateau Thierry, Argonne sector, 
Verdun; army of occupation. 

GABARD, JOSEPH H., Santa Anna, Cal.; 
limited service man; inducted as from 
Marshall county, Aug. 29, 1918. 

GABELMAN, LIEUT. HARRY C, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mrs. Frances Marston; M. 
H. S., '15; enlisted, April, 1917; assigned 
to 1st Aero Squadron, Columbus, N. M.; 
overseas, August, 1917; flew as observer 
for twelve months in France; army of 
occupation; commissioned 2d lieut., April 
1, 1919. 

GALLENTINE, CHARLES V., Marshall- 
town; aged 29, garage proprietor; select- 
ive, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; supply 
Sergt., Supply Co., 351st Inf., A. E. F.; 
Central Haute- Alsace; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, June 7, 1919. 

GARD, CHARLES B., Green Mountain; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, Oct. 9, 1917; ma- 
chine gun instructor. Camp Cody, N. M.; 
overseas, September, 1918; Sergt. Co. D., 
127th M. G. Bn., 34th (Sandstorm) Div., 
A. E. F. 

GARD, CLYDE A., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Marion Gard; selective, Sept. 19, 
1917, Camp Dodge; wagoner, Co. D, 307th 
Ammunition Tr., 82d Div., A. E. F.; served 
in sectors from far northern France to 
near Swiss border; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, May 24, 1919. 

GARLINGHOUSE, HAROLD C, Marshall- 
town, son Mrs. Elma L. Garlinghouse; en- 
listed, navy, from St. Cloud, Minn., April 
7, 1917; stationed Great Lakes, 111., four 
days, then assigned to U. S. S. Michigan, 
5th Div., Atlantic fleet, seaman. 



GARRETT, JAMES A., Marshalltown; Mrs. 
James A. Garrett, wife; member Rep. Co., 
Eng.; arrived overseas July, 1918. 

GARWOOD, JOHN NEWTON, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Garwood; 
aged 18, student; S. A. T. C, I. S. C, 
Ames; discharged, Ames, Dec. 9, 1918. 

GATEWOOD, HARLEY B., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Gatewood; 
Cpl., 35th Div., A. E. F.; overseas one 
year; mustered out. Camp Dodge, May, 
1919. 

GAULT, WILLIAM A., Heiskell, Tenn.; 
Marshall county selective, inducted in 
Tennessee, April 29, 1918. 

GAUNT, FRANK WILLARD, demons; son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gaunt; aged 23, far- 
mer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, 
Ark.; 3d Co., 13th Tr. and Rep. Bn.; Non- 
Com. O. T. S.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Dec. 28, 1918. 

GEARHART, WAYNE R., MarshalltoNi-n, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Gearhart; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, November, 1917; 
stationed Ft. Worden, Wash.; overseas, 
July, 1918. 

GELLACH, H. J., Marshalltown; Mrs. H. 
J. Gellach, wife; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; sent from Marshall 
county on transfer from Cedar Rapids, 
la.; Co. 20, Sept. A. R. D., overseas Octo- 
ber, 1918. 

GEORGE, FRANK, State Center; aged 34; 
recruited, Marshalltown, July 30, 1918; 
Eng. Corps. 

GERHART, LIEUT. HARRY STEWART, 
Marshalltown, son Mrs. Susan Gerhart; 
M. H. S., '10; actor and producer; select- 
ive, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; F. A. O. 
T. C, Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky.; com- 
missioned 2d lieut.; transferred to Camp 
Jackson, S. C; 19th F. A. 

GERHART, WILLIAM TREADWELL, 
Marshalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. Harry 
Gerhart; aged 24, salesman; M. H. S., '11; 
selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
overseas August, 1918, Med. Det., 351st 
Inf., 88th Div.; returned to U. S., May 31, 
1919; mustered out, Camp Dodge, June 7, 
1919. 



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GERKE, LAWRENCE, State Center, aged 

23, farmer; selective, Aug. 29, 1918, Camp 
Funston, Kan.; Co. D, 10th Div. Supply 
Train; mustered out, Camp Funston, Feb. 
8, 1919. 

GERMAN, LORENZ, State Center, son Mr. 
and Mrs. William German; selective, July 

24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

GERRARD, LEO 0., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. J. N. Gerrard; aged 18; enlisted 
Ft. Legan, Colo., Aug. 31, 1917; stationed 
Ft. Douglas, Ariz.; Camp Dodge, la.; 
Pickering Arsenal, N. J., and Camp 
Devens, Mass.; M. G. Co., 42d Inf. 

GIFFORD, CHARLES R., Marshalltow-n, 
son Mrs. Hattie Gifford; enlisted; Base 
Hosp., Camp Cody, N. M. 

GIFFORD, JOHN E., Liscomb, son Mr. and 
Mrs. C. A. Gifford; aged 24, farmer; en- 
listed. Ft. Logan, Colo., Dec. 12, 1917; as- 
sigTied to Co. 13, C. A. C; transferred to 
Ft. Baker, Cal.; 83d F. A. Band, A. E. F., 
Oct. 28, 1918, to Jan. 18, 1919; mustered 
out. Camp Henry Knox, Ky., Feb. 20, 1919. 

GIFFORD, WILLIAM McKINLEY, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Gif- 
ford; aged 22, farmer; selective, Oct. 21, 
1918, Camp Dodge; died. Camp Dodge, 
Nov. 13, 1918. 

GILBERT, LIEUT. FREDERICK B., State 
Center, son Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Gilbert; 
attorney; recruited, Marshallto^\Ti, July 
31, 1917; Pvt. 61st Aero Squadron, Kelly 
Field, Tex.; received commission as 1st 
lieut., ground O. T. S., Kelly Field, No- 
vember, 1917; assigned to 264th Aero 
Squadron; overseas, as commander 264th 
squadron, February, 1918; arrived in U. 
S., March, 1919. 

GILDNER, ROBERT, New Providence, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gildner, Bushong, 
Kan.; aged 24, farmer; selective. May 13, 
1918, Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 

GILE, ROY R., State Center, aged 20; re- 
ci-uited, Marshalltown, July 30, 1918, en- 
gineers. 

GILGEN, RAYMOND EVERETT, Mel- 
bourne, son Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Gil- 
gen; aged 20, student; recruited, Marshall- 
town, Feb. 1, 1918; radio sergt., C. A. C, 



Non-Comm. staff, C. A. School, Ft. Mon- 
roe, Va.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Dec. 
31, 1918. 

GILL, FRANK, St. Anthony; aged 29, auto 
salesman; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; Cpl. Co. D, 379th Inf.; mus- 
tered out, Camp Sherman, O., Dec. 10, 
1918. 

GILLACH, HENRY, Cedar Rapids; induct- 
ed. Cedar Rapids, as from Marshall coun- 
ty, to Camp Pike, Ark., July 24, 1918. 

GILLESPIE, WILLIAM L., Marshalltown; 
recruited, Marshalltown, May 22, 1917. 

GILMORE, IVAN W., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Gilmore; enlisted, 
coast artillery. 

GIMRE, GERALD S., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Gimre; aged 21, stu- 
dent; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
transferred to Camp Pike; mustered out, 
Camp Pike, Dec. 8, 1918. 

GINTER, EVERETT J., aged 20, farmer; 
S. A. T. C, Dubuque College; discharged, 
Dubuque, Dec. 13, 1918. 

GINTER, WILLIAM J., Rhodes, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles Ginter; aged 25; selective, 
Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; transferred 
to Camp Custer, Mich.; overseas July, 
1918; Co. E. 55th Eng., A. E. F. 

GLANS, EMIL H., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Gust Glans; M. H. S., '18; S. A. 
T. C, Grinnell College. 

GLENN, DAVID C, New Providence; se- 
lective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

CLICK, FRANK L., Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Helen Click, Ogden, Utah; aged 23, clerk; 
M. H. S., '11; enlisted, marine corps, May 
20, 1917, at Chicago; sent to Paris Island, 
N. C, for training; transferred to Quan- 
tico, Va.; arrived in France, Feb. 13, 1918; 
Sergt., 80th Co., 6th Regt. Marines; killed 
in action at Chateau Thierry, June 3, 1918; 
first Marshallto\\Ti boy killed in world 
war. 

GLIDEWELL, DANIEL N., Vancleve; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

GOLDSBERRY, L., Marshallto\\'n; enlisted, 
Bat. U, Sig. Corps, A. E. F. 



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GOLWITZER, HARRY WILLIAM, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. Adam Gol- 
witzer; aged 23, moulder; recruited, Mar- 
shalltown, Dec. 11, 1917; stationed Ft. 
Logan, Colo.; Kelly Field, Tex., with 2d 
Tm. Bn.; 838th Aero Squadron, A. E. 
F., England, April 16, 1918, to Dec. 11, 
1918; mustered out, Camp Dodge, Dec. 27, 
1918. 

GOOD, RALPH LE MASTERS, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Good; aged 

20, student; M. H. S., '17; S. A. T. C, 
S. U. I., Iowa City. 

GOOD, ROY M., Marshalltown, son D. S. 
Good; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, 
Ark.; Cpl. 1st Inf. Rep. Regt.; Inf. O. T. 
S.; promoted to Sergt.; mustered out. 
Camp Pike, Dec. 5, 1918. 

GOOD, WILLIAM G., Marshalltown, son D. 
S. Good; selective, April 5, 1918, Sweeney 
Auto School, Kansas City, Mo.; transfer- 
red to permanent Camp Hdq., Camp 
Funston, Kan.; mustered out. Camp Fun- 
ston, Feb. 18, 1918. 

GOODALE, BEN E., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. R. G. Goodale; aged 20, stu- 
dent; M. H. S., '16; enlisted, Ames, in 
Med. Sec, Amb. Corps; inducted Ft. Des 
Moines, June 4, 1917, going to AUentown, 
Penn., for training; transferred to Prince- 
ton Univ. Unit; sailed for France, Aug. 22, 
1917; Pvt. 1st class, Amb. Service Base, 
A. E. F.; Verdun sector, Nov. 8, 1917, to 
July 31, 1918; offensive before Soissons, 
Aug. 26 to Sept. 4, 1918; Oise-Aisne of- 
fensive, Sept. 11 to Nov. 11, 1918; gassed 
while transporting wounded, about Oct. 1, 
1918; cited for Croix de Guerre in order 
of division, Nov. 22, 1918; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, May 2, 1919. 

GOODMAN, ALVIN J., S. A. T. C, Du- 
buque College. 

GOODMAN, ARTHUR C, Haverhill, aged 

21, fanner; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Pvt. 1st class, Co. A, 88th Inf.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 27, 1919. 

GOODMAN, GEORGE W., Rhodes; recruit- 
ed, April 5, 1918; Sweeney Auto School, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

GOODMAN, JOSEPH H., Rhodes, son Mr. 
and Mrs. J. W. Goodman; aged 24, chauf- 
feur; enlisted, Ft. Logan, Colo., May 17, 
1917; Co. H, 2d Inf., Ft. Shafter, Hono- 



lulu, H. T.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, 
Jan. 24, 1919. 

GOODWIN, CAROL H., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Goodwin; S. A. T. C, 
S. U. I., Iowa City; discharged, Decem- 
ber, 1918. 

GOSHERN, ESTA M., Marshalltou-n, re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, for cavalry, June 

4, 1917. 

GOUGH, HOMER, Marshalltown, M. H. S. 
'14; Co. F, 111th Eng. Corps, Camp Bowie, 
Tex.; Cadet 4th R. O. T. C. 

GOWDY, JAMES S., Marshalltown, aged 
23, auto mechanic; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark. 

GOWDY, LEVI, Melbourne; selective, Feb. 
26, 1918; ill when contingent left; in- 
ducted, Camp Dodge, March 15, 1918. 

GOWDY, MAX WILLIAM, S. A. T. C, I. 

5. C, Ames. 

GOWDY, RAY E., Marshalltown, son Mr. 

and Mrs. Robert S. Gowdy; recraited, 

Marshalltown, June 2, 1917; Troop I, 4th 

Cav., Schofield Barracks, H. T. 
GOWDY, ROY A., Marshalltown; Mrs. 

Mabel Gowdy, wife; aged 25, mechanic; 

selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 

Pvt. Motor Trans. Corps; mustered out. 

Camp Dodge, Feb. 8, 1919. 

GRAHAM, EARL F., Rock Island, 111.; se- 
lective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

GRAHAM, EARL S., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. R. Frank Graham; enlisted. 

GRAHAM, LOREN 0., Marshalltown, aged 
21; recruited, Marshalltown, July 25, 1918, 
C. A. C. 

GRAMMER, CHANCEY E., Liscomb, son 
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Grammer; aged 
21, farmer; selective, July 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Camp Shelby, Miss.; 
M. D., Base Hosp. No. 130; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, Dec. 18, 1918. 

GRAMMER, JOHN M., Liscomb, son Mr. 
and Mrs. James F. Grammer; aged 24, 
farmer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917; Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Camp Cody, N. M., 
Co. K, 133d Inf.; overseas July, 1918, Bat. 
A, 119th F. A., 32d Div.; Chateau Thierry, 
Soissons offensive, Meuse and Argonne 
sectors; mustered out, Camp Dodge, June, 
1919. 



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FEED L. KHILE 



EARL H. NYCE 



HAROLD L. PYLE 




VERN WHINERY 



J. SIDNEY JOHNSON 



JEROME GREGORY 




FRED B. PEPPER 



JAMES B. PATERSON 



WILBUR D. INGLEDUB 

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GRANT, NOYCE A., Marshalltown, Mrs. 
Noyce A. Grant, wife; selective, July 24, 
1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Co. 7, Sept. A. R. 
D., overseas, Sept. 24, 1918; Hdq. Troop, 
8th Army Corps, A. E. F.; returned to U. 
S., June 2, 1919. 

GRAY, JOHN v., Rhodes, son Mr. and Mrs. 
I. J. Gray; aged 21, farmer; recruited, 
Marshalltown, June 11, 1917; Co. H, 20th 
Inf., Ft. Douglas, Ariz.; Cpl. Hdq. Co., 
53d Inf., A. E. F. 

GREGG, ROBERT L., Gilman, son Mrs. 
Mary L. Gregg; aged 19, electrician; en- 
listed, Ft. Logan, Colo., April 13, 1917; 
transferred to Ft. Baker, Cal., Q. M. 
Corps; mustered out. Ft. Baker, April, 
1919. 

GREGORY, ENSIGN GEORGE DUDLEY, 
Marshallto^^^l, son Mr. and Mrs. George 
Gregory; aged 25, salesman; enlisted, 
navy, Des Moines, May 2, 1917; yeoman 
2d class; sent to receiving ship New York, 
N. Y.; yeoman 1st class, Jan. 1, 1918; 
transferred to Brooklyn Navy Yards, 
April, 1918; promoted to chief yeoman; 
assasitant paymaster, with rank of en- 
sign, November, 1918. 

GREGORY, JEROME WOODWORTH, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. George Greg- 
ory; aged 22, chauffeur; M. H. S. '14; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, Dec. 11, 1917, sig- 
nal corps; stationed Ft. Logan, Colo.; San 
Antonio, Tex.; Waco, Tex.; Camp Mills; 
overseas July 14, 1918, with 343d M. G. 
Bn., 90th Div.; 1st class pvt. Dental Det., 
343d M. G. Bn., A. E. F.; St. Mihiel, Meuse, 
army of occupation; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, June 16, 1919. 

GREWELL, BERNARD 0., Brainard, Minn.; 
selective, June 24, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

GREWELL, FRED A., demons, son Mr. 
and Mrs. A. R. Grewell; recruited, Mar- 
shalltown, Oct. 29, 1917; cooks and bakers 
school. 

GREWELL, GLENN V., MarshalltowTi ; M. 
H. S., '17; recruited, Marshalltown, as 
cook, July 30, 1917; stationed Ft. Hamil- 
ton, N. Y.; 335th Bakery Co., A. E. F. 

GRIFFITH, GEORGE E., Marshalltown; 
aged 25; enlisted, navy, 1917; served on 
Mexican border with Iowa National 
Guard; seaman U. S. S. Bell. 



GRIMM, MELVIN, Haverhill, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Cecil Grimm; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; Sergt., Sept. 15, 1918; 
overseas, Sept. 22, 1918. 

GROOVER, FLOYD C, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Groover; aged 22; se- 
lective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; Co. 
56, 14th Bn., 163d Depot Brig.; died, Camp 
Dodge, Oct. 13, 1918. 

GUCKERT, JOHN C, Baxter, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Jacob Guckert, Rhodes; aged 25, far- 
mer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
Pvt. Co. C, 130th Inf.; left U. S. May 16, 
1918; returned to U. S., May 20, 1919; 
Meuse-Argonne offensive, Somme and 
Amiens sectors, Albert sector, Verdun 
sector; Chateau d' Aulnois-Marcheville, 
ai-my of occupation; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, May 29, 1919. 

GUE, FRED JAMES, Marshalltown, stu- 
dent, aged 20; recruited, Marshalltown, 
Oct. 7, 1918; Pvt. Inf. Rep. and Tr. Troops, 
unassigned, on D. S. Inf. Cent. O. T. S.; 
mustered out. Camp Pike, Ark,. Dec. 6, 
1918. 

GUERNSEY, LA MAR R., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Guernsey; aged 19; 
enlisted, Sig. Corps, Cedar Rapids, Nov. 6, 
1917; stationed Ft. Leavenworth, Kan.; 
transferred to Spartansburg, S. C; ar- 
rived in France July 23, 1918; Co. C, 6th 
Field Sig. Corps, A. E. F.; Vosges front, 
Sept. 1 to Oct. 12, 1918; Argonne offensive, 
with 6th Div., in reserve; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, June 18, 1919. 

GUILFORD, JAMES T., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Guilford; aged 20; en- 
listed, Ames, Amb. Corps, Sect. 545, May, 
1917; sent to Allentown, Penn., June, 1917; 
served with American Amb. Corps in Italy 
from June, 1918, to the end of the war; 
decorated with Italian cross of merit; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, May 6, 1919. 

GULLIKSON, OLE, Gilman, son Gabriel 
Gullikson, Stavanger, Norway; aged 25, 
farmer; recruited, Marshalltown, Aug. 28, 
1917; Bat. B, 18th F. A., Ft. Bliss, Tex. 

GUMMERT, GUY, R. F. D. 7, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. William Gummert; aged 
28, farmer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; served with A. E. F. 



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LIERLE LEMMON 



JAMES McMANUS 




FRED ZUERCHER 



FRANK HAYES 



ARTHUR E. CLEMONS 




FRED ZATECHKA 



HAROLD BALCH 



CPL. STANLEY P. HALL 

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GUMMERT, FREDERICK, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Will Gummert; aged 23, 
farmer; selective, June 24, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Pvt. Hdq. Co., 163d Depot Brig.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, April 30, 1919. 

GUSTAFSON, VICTOR IMANUEL, R. F. 

D. 3, Marshalltown; son Mr. and Mrs. 
August Gustafson; aged 23, farmer; en- 
listed, Omaha, Neb., March 16, 1918; sent 
to Ft. Logan, Colo., and then to Kelly 
Field, Tex.; Aviation Sect. Sig Corps, un- 
assigned; died April 20, 1918, Base Hosp., 
Ft. Sam Houston. 

GUTEKUNST, LIEUT. JOHN G., State 
Center, son Mrs. L. C. Gutekunst; recruit- 
ed, Marshalltown, July 28, 1917; enlisted 
Aug. 3, Ft. Logan, Colo.; ordered to Kelly 
Fied, Tex.; graduated from ground 0. T. 
S., Nov. 7, 1917; commissioned 2d Lieut., 
Sig. Res. Corps, Aviation Sect., Dec. 17, 
1917; mustered out, Kelly Field, Oct. 14, 
1918. 

HADLEY, ETHMER, Clemons, aged 21, far- 
mer; enlisted, Des Moines, Dec. 11, 1917, 
navy; stationed Great Lakes 111. 

HAINES, RUSSELL A., Haverhill; aged 21, 
farmer; recruited, Marshallto\%Ti, Aug. 1, 
1918; Pvt. Bat. B, 39th Reg., C. A. C; 
mustered out. Camp Grant, 111., Dec. 10, 
1918. 

HAINES, THOMAS B., JR., Marshanto\TO, 
son Mr. and Mrs. T. Ben Haines; aged 23, 
teacher; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; Co. D, Dev. Bn., No. 3, 162d 
Depot Brig.; mustered out Camp Pike, 
Dec. 18, 1918. 

HAIRE, GEORGE WILLIAM, Marshall- 
town, son Mrs. Flora T. Haire, Bradley, 
111.; aged 22; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike Ark.; Cpl. 4th Tr. Reg.; died, 
Camp Pike, Oct. 16, 1918. 

HALL, RAYMOND W., Minerva, son Mr. 
and Mrs. James Hall; aged 25, farmer; 
selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
transferred to Camp Shelby, Miss., Oct. 
5, 1918; died at Camp Shelby, Oct. 18, 
1918. 

HALL, STANLEY PORTER, Marshallto\\Ti, 
Mrs. Stanley Hall wife; aged 25, carpen- 
ter; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
transferred to Camp Devens, Mass.; over- 
seas June, 1918; Cpl.; Co. C, 33d Eng., A. 

E. F.; wounded in arm; returned to U. S. 



as casual on steamer Northern Pacific, 
which went aground off Fire Island, N. 
Y., Jan. 1, 1919; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, Feb. 15, 1919. 

HALVERSON HERMAN E., Marshallto\\-n, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Halverson; 
aged 21, clerical work; selective, Sept. 19, 
1917, Camp Dodge; overseas June, 1918; 
Hdq. Co. 527th Eng. Service Bn., A. E. F.; 
Sergt., Nov. 5, 1917; Sergt. Major, March 

6, 1918; mustered out. Camp Dodge, July 

7, 1919. 

HALVERSON, LEE R., Haverhill; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

HAMBLIN, LESLIE W., Marshalltown; en- 
listed, navy, Des Moines, June 28, 1917; 
yeoman. 

HANDY, JOSEPH T., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Esther Handy; enlisted as baker, 
May, 1918; stationed at Camp Fremont, 
Cal.; 340th Baking Co., A. E. F., France. 

HANNAN, WILLIAM B., Marshalltown; 
aged 25, bookkeeper; selective, Sept. 19, 
1917, Camp Dodge; transferred to Camp 
Joseph E. Johnston, Fla.; Inf. Repl. 
Troops, unassigned, D. S. student Co. No. 
3; mustered out. Camp Joseph E. John- 
ston, Nov. 11, 1918. 

HANSEN, DONALD, State Center; enlisted 
April 1, 1918; served with A. E. F. in 
PYance. 

HARDING, FRANK C, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Harding; aged 22, 
selective, April 5, 1918, Sweeney Auto 
School, Kansas City, Mo.; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, April 1, 1919. 

HARDING, FRED W., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Harding; aged 21, 
chauffeur; recraited, Marshalltown, Dec. 
12, 1917; stationedKelly Field, Tex.; Long 
Island, N. Y.; in training in England three 
months and in Ireland two months; in 
aviation service, in France; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, March 28, 1919. 

HARKINS, WILLEY C, Marshallto\\-n, son 
Mrs. Hattie Harkins; aged 22, auto re- 
pairman; recruited, Marshalltown, avia- 
tion, Dec. 11, 1917. 

HARL, WILLIAM D., Liscomb; selective, 
Aug. 15, 1918; Iowa State College, Ames, 
mechanical training. 



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DAVID W. SWANSON WILLIAM CHARLES WEAVER 



FRITZ SCHULTZ 





ANDREW STENHOUSE 



EARL CLYDE HAY 



JAMES RALPH EDSALL 




ERRETT LEVERNE CROUSE 



CARL E. MELICH 



CLYDE M. MARSHALL 

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HARPER, ROBERT H., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harper; aged 24, 
farmer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; Hdq. Co., 133d Inf., Camp Cody, 
N. M. 

HARRIS, RICHARD, Quarry, son Mrs. Mar- 
garet Harris; aged 18, laborer; recruited, 
Marshalltown, May 31, 1917; inducted Ft. 
Logan, Colo., June 3; Pvt. Co. D, 42d Inf.; 
mustered out, Camp Upton, N. Y., Jan. 
29, 1919. 

HARRIS, THOMAS E., MarshalltowTi, Mrs. 
Thomas Harris, wife; minstrel performer; 
selective, Oct. 27, 1917, Camp Dodge; Hdq. 
Co., 366th Inf., A. E. F. 

HARRISON, GEORGE, State Center; in- 
ducted at Denver, Colo., as volunteer in 
National army, March, 1918; sent to Camp 
Greene, S. C. 

HARRISON, IVAN R., LeGrand; son Mr. 
and Mrs. Lansing Harrison; aged 18, farm 
hand; recruited, Marshalltown, in gas and 
flame service, Nov. 19, 1917; Co. A, 30th 
Eng., "Gas and Flame." 

HART, CLARENCE E., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. L. Ida Hart; aged 24, deliveryman; 
selective, Aug. 6, 1918, Jefferson Barracks, 
Mo.; transferred to Camp Mac Arthur, 
Tex., Co. C, 1st Bn., Inf. Repl. and Tr. 
Camp. 

HART, HENRY H., Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Lona Hart; aged 27, teamster; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; overseas 
September, 1918; Co. G, 161st Inf., A. E. 
F.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, March 6, 
1919. 

HART, MAURICE E., Redfield, S. D., son 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hart, Marshalltown ; 
aged 29; selective, June 24, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

HARTER, HARRY C, Marshalltown, son 
Charles C. Harter; aged 16; recruited, 
Marshalltown, April 14, 1917; stationed at 
Ft. Logan, Colo., and El Paso, Tex.; Pvt. 
Co. M, 23d Inf.; overseas September, 1917; 
reported missing in action in France, June 
6, 1918; listed, in April, 1919, as killed in 
action on June 6, 1918. 

HARTSELL, DAVID W., Marshalltown; 
aged 19; recruited, Marshalltown, Aug. 5, 
1918; Q. M. Corps. 



HARTWELL, CLARENCE E., Charles City; 
aged 29, farmer; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; Pvt. Supply Co., 379th 
Inf.; mustered out. Camp Sherman, O., 
Dec. 12, 1918. 

HARTWELL, ROY R., Charles City; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

HARTWIG, LAURENCE C, State Center, 
son Louie Hartwig; aged 22, banker; en- 
listed, Nov. 17, 1917; Pvt. Repl. Co. No. 1, 
Motor Trans. Corps; mustered out, Camp 
Joseph E. Johnston, Fla., Dec. 3, 1918. 

HARVEY, CHARLES D., LeGrand, son Mr. 
and Mrs. J. E. Harvey; aged 23, barber; 
enlisted, navy, Des Moines, June 30, 1917; 
4th Reg., Barber Shop, Camp Perry, Great 
Lakes, 111. 

HARVEY, LYLE, Marshallto\\Ti; selective, 
from Minneapolis, Minn., July, 1918; sent 
to Camp Grant, 111. 

HATTINER, PAUL, State Center; selective, 
July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga. 

HAUPERT, LIEUT. FRANK, Marshall- 
town; First O. T. S., Ft. Snelling, Minn., 
1917; transferred to Ft. Monroe, Va.; 
commissioned August, 1917; with A. E. F. 
in France; mustered out. Camp Devens, 
Mass., June, 1919. 

HAUSEN, DONALD W., State Center, aged 
19; recruited, Marshalltown, for Q. M. 
Corps, April 15, 1918. 

HAUSER, EBENEZER J., Albion, aged 30, 
farm laborer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, 
Camp Dodge; Co. K, 133d Inf.; transferred 
to Camp Cody, N. M., Co. K, 133d Inf.; 
overseas, October, 1918; Co. K, 133d Inf., 
34th Div., A. E. F. 

HAUSER, PAUL F., Melbourne, Lydia Hau- 
ser, wife; aged 24, hardware merchant; 
selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; 
first man drafted from Marshall county; 
transferred to Camp Cody, N. M., Co. 3, 
Cody A. R. D.; overseas July, 1918; Pvt. 
Co. E, 166th Inf., A. E. F.; died of wounds 
received in action, Aug. 8, 1918. 

HAUSMANN, JOSEPH, Marshalltown; se- 
lective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge. 

HAVENS, BYRON J., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Havens; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; over- 
seas October, 1918. 



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HOY G. DALBEY 



LORENZ GERMAN 




EARL M. HOUGHKIRK 






JAMES A. 


BOWMAN 


i 

i 




i-^^kk^ ^^^H 



EDWARD C?IARLES PLANDER 




CHARLES H. SWEARINGEN 



JOHN C. HILSABECK 



EARL L. MEYERS 

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HAWORTH, GEORGE D., Marshalltown, 
Sergt. Maj. Iowa Soldiers' Home; inducted 
O. T. S., Camp Pike, Ark., Nov. 10, 1918; 
mustered out. Camp Pike, Nov. 16, 1918; 
previous service Co. L, 51st Iowa Inf., 
Spanish- American War and Philippine In- 
surrection; wounded in action, battle of 
Quingua, April 23, 1899. 

HAY, EARL CLYDE, Marshalltown, son 
Blr. and Mrs. William Hay; selective, July 
24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; an-ived over- 
seas October, 1918; with army in occupied 
territory, Luxemburg; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, June 2, 1919. 

HAYDEN, WILLIAM F., Melbourne, son 
Mr. and Mrs. William Hayden; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

HAYES, CHARLES G., MarshalltowTi; en- 
listed, St. Paul, Minn., June 26, 1917; sta- 
tioned Atlanta, Ga.; overseas July 28, 1917, 
with Co. F, 17th Eng. (R. R.), knowTi as 
"Dawes' Diggers;" with first foreign 
troops, 12th, 1.3th, 16th and 17th Eng., to 
be reviewed by King George, at London, 
Aug. 15, 1917; stationed St. Nazarre, 
France; mustered out. Camp Dodge, June, 
1919. 

HAYES, FRANK R., MarshalltowTi, son Mr. 
and Mrs. W. M. Hayes; selective, July 24, 
1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Co. 2, A. R. D.; 
A. E. F. 

HAYES, RICHARD W., Marshallto^ra; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, May 5, 1917. 

HAYNE, CHARLES A., Marshalltown; se- 
lective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

HEATER, HOMER C, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. William Heater; selective, 
from Minneapolis, Minn., as from Mar- 
shall county, June 21, 1918, to Camp 
Dodge; overseas August, 1918; Hdq. Co., 
349th Inf., 88th Div., A. E. F. 

HEAVERLO, CLARENCE W., Marshall- 
to\\-n; aged 27; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; transferred to Ft. Sam 
Houston, Tex., then to Camp Nonnal, 
Tex.; S. P. U. 506, Motor Trans.; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 21, 1919. 

HEBERLE, JOE, Haverhill; selective, July 
24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 



HEINTZ, FRED A., State Center, son Mr. 
and Mrs. William C. Heintz; aged 22, 
counter clerk; enlisted, Des Moines, May 
16, 1917; left U. S., Nov. 13, 1917; Co. B, 
168th Reg., 42d (Rainbow) Div., A. E. F.; 
severely wounded in action, March 5, 1918, 
during Hun raid on American trenches in 
Lorraine sector; in same engagement his 
company commander, Capt. McHenry, of 
Des Moines, was killed. 

HEINTZ, WILLIAM CHARLES, JR., State 
Center, son Mr. and Mrs. William C. 
Heintz; aged 20, constructor; enlisted, 
navy, Des Moines, Dec. 7, 1917; stationed 
Great Lakes, 111.; transferred to U. S. S. 
Westgate, June 27, 1918; Westgate at- 
tacked by submarine, July 3, and sub was 
destroyed; on Oct. 7, Westgate rammed by 
U. S. S. American and sunk, with loss of 
seven men; in water almost an hour and 
then three hours in lifeboat before res- 
cued; returned to Halifax and later to 
New York; released from service, Dec. 23, 
1918. 

HEINZ, EDWARD H., JR., student, aged 
18; S. A. T. C, I. S. C, Ames; discharged, 
Ames, Dec. 18, 1918. 

HEIRING, JOSEPH B., Haverhill, aged 19; 
recruited, Marshalltown, March 12, 1918; 
Aero Sect. Sig. Corps. 

HELLBERG, HJALMAR V., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. WiTliam Hellberg; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
Casual Co. No. 86; mustered out, physical 
disability. Camp Pike, Aug. 6, 1918. 

HEMBREE, CLAUDE, Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Louetta Hembree, Loogootee, Ind.; 
aged 21, farmer; enlisted Jan. 29, 1918. 

HEMPHILL, ALBERT H., Marshalltown, 
son Mrs. Dora Hemphill; recnaited, Mar- 
shalltown, May 2, 1917; 14th Co. of Oahu, 
H. T.; 1st class gunner; mustered out, 
Feb. 6, 1919. 

HEMPHILL, HUGH F., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Dora Hemphill; city fireman; recruit- 
ed, Marshalltown, May 2, 1917; Sergt. 
14th Co. of Oahu, H. T.; mustered out, 
Feb. 6, 1919. 

HENDERSON, BEN F., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Martha Henderson; aged 29, auto- 
mobile sales manager; selective, Sept. 6, 
1918, Camp Dodge; Motor Trans. Corps; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Dec. 11, 1918. 



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LOUIS WELTER 



GEORGE DONALD LODER 




FRED DIVIS 



EDWARD P. HERZOG 



ROLAND G. CLAY 




HARRY E. NICHOLS 



EARL W. BELLUS 



HOWARD L. WALKUP 

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HENDERSON, DALE F., Selma, Kan., son 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Henderson, State 
Center; aged 25, farmer; selective, Feb. 
26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

HENDRICKSON, RAY W., Marshalltown, 
soil Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hendrickson; en- 
listed, navy, June 2, 1917; stationed Nor- 
folk, Va.; assigned to Band, Hosp. Corps, 
U. S. S. Kearsage. 

HENEHAN, JOSEPH F., Marshalltown; se- 
lective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

HENG, JENNINGS, Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Tena Heng; clerk; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Jan. 17, 1919, 

HENRY, WALLACE, Marshalltown; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, May 17, 1917. 

HERMANCE, LIEUT. GEORGE EARL, 
Marshalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. George 
Hermance; physician and surgeon; enlist- 
ed Ft. Des Moines, Dec. 5, 1917; commis- 
sioned 1st Lieut., Med. Corps; called 
March 2, 1918; stationed Camp Cody, N. 
M.; in command old Base Hosp.; mustered 
out, Ft. Riley, Kan., May 27, 1919. 

HERTEL, EDWARD A., Melboume, aged 
21; recruited, Marshalltown, May 31, 1918, 
Coast Art. 

HERZOG, EDWARD P., Melboume, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Philip Herzog; aged 23, farmer; 
selective. May 13, 1918, Jefferson Bar- 
racks, Mo.; transferred to Camp Mac- 
Arthur, Tex., with Prov. Co. 37; overseas 
Aug. 20, 1918, Co. C, 21st M. G. Bn.; 
went into action, Oct. 7, 1918. 

HEYWOOD, HAROLD W., Camaguey, 
Cuba; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, 
Ark. 

HIATT, HAROLD, R. F. D. 3, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. Roe H. Hiatt; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, Oct. 9, 1917, for 
Iowa Nat'l Guard; Co. B, 125th M. G. Bn., 
Camp Cody, N. M. 

HIATT, RAYMOND, R. F. D. 3, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. Roe H. Hiatt; en- 
listed; stationed Camp Kelly No. 1, 2d 
Bn., San Antonio, Tex.; Co. D, 103d Inf., 
20th Div., A. E. F.; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, April 17, 1919. 

HIDY, HAROLD B., Collins; selective, July 
24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 



HIGGIN, ENSIGN EUGENE C, Marshall- 
town, son Mrs. L. M. Higgin; M. H. S., '10; 

enlisted, navy, as landsman for yeoman, 
Great Lakes, 111., Dec. 9, 1917; received 
commission as assistant paymaster, June, 
1918; transferred to Paymasters' School, 
Annapolis, Md.; appointed assistant to 
supply officer of Naval Overseas Trans- 
portation Service, Charleston, S. C. 

HIGINBOTHAM, CHALLACE C, LeGrand, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Grant Higinbotham; 
aged 21, garage employe; selective, April 
29, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

HILDERBRAND, LEONARD C, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hilder- 
brand; aged 18; recruited, Marshalltown, 
March 26, 1918, F. A.; stationed Ft. Sill, 
Okla., eleven months; 1st class pvt.. Bat. 
E., 1st F. A. 

HILDRETH, WAYNE, Rhodes, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles F. Hildreth; aged 19, labor- 
er; enlisted, May 20, 1917; stationed Ft. 
Miley, Cal.; chief gunner, 23d Bat., 1st 
Anti- Aircraft Sector, A. E. F.; western 
front, April 15 to Nov. 11, 1918; second 
battle of the Mame, July 17 to Aug. 15; 
St. Mihiel drive, Sept. 12 to Oct. 7; Ar- 
gonne drive, Oct. 8 to Nov. 11; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, March 25, 1919. 

HILL, HANS CHRISTOPHER, Gilman, son 
lilrs. Hans Hill; aged 25, farmer; recruit- 
ed, Marshalltown, June 18, 1917; Sergt., 
M. G. Co., 42d Inf., Camp Dodge; trans- 
ferred to Q. M. Corps; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, Jan. 10, 1919. 

HILL, JOHN L., Council Bluffs, la.; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

HILLEMAN, GAYHART MAX, State Cen- 
ter; U. S. N. R.; relieved from active duty, 
Great Lakes, 111., Dec. 31, 1918. 

HILLEMAN, LELAND CARL, State Cen- 
ter; aged 25, mechanic; selective, July 24, 
1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Cpl., F. A. R. D., 
unassigned; mustered out. Camp Zachary 
Taylor, Ky., Dec. 1, 1918. 

HILSABECK, CAREY B., Albion, son Mr. 
and Mrs. P. W. Hilsabeck; selective, Sept. 
6, 1918, Camp Dodge; transferred to 
Camp Shelby, Miss.; Med. Corps, Base 
Hosp. No. 130; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Dec. 18, 1918. 



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CLIFFORD JESSUP 



HENRY \V, WINSLOW 




LAWRENCE G. McDERMOTT 



EARNEST WHISTLER 



KARL CHRISTIANSON 




EDMUND ROSS BRANDON 



LOYD BAKER 



ALBERT WORDEN 

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HILSABECK, JOHN C, Marshalltow-n, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hilsabeck; select- 
ive, April 29, 1918, Camp Dodge; 315th 
Inf. 

HINECKER, OREN L., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Hinecker; aged 21; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, July 19, 1918; sta- 
tioned Ft. Logan, Colo., Ft. Rosecrans, 
Cal., and Camp Eustis, Va.; overseas Oct. 

21, 1918; Bat. E, 45th C. A. C; mustered 
out, Camp Dodge, February, 1919. 

HINEMAN, ELIAS L., Marshalltown, aged 

22, fai-m laborer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, 
Camp Dodge. 

HINES, JOHN C, R. F. D. 7, Marshalltown, 
son Mrs. Isabel Hines; aged 22, farmer; 
recruited, Marshalltown, Dec. 3, 1917; Co. 
C, 53d A. T. C. A. C, A. E. F., June 22, 
1918, to Jan. 20, 1919; Meuse-Argonne 
campaign; St. Mihiel campaign; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 5, 1919. 

HINES, KENNETH, J., Marshallto\\-n, son 
Mrs. Mary E. Hines; enlisted, navy, Des 
Moines, July 22, 1918; Battalion Band, 
Great Lakes, 111. 

HINES, LLOYD C, Marshalltown; student; 
recruited, Marshalltown, Nov. 8, 1917; sta- 
tioned FM;. Logan, Colo., Ft. Worden, 
Wash., and Camp Joseph E. Johnston, 
Fla.; returned to Ft. Worden, and then 
sent overseas, June, 1918; Hdq. Co., 63d 
Art., C. A. C, A. E. F.; in active service 
to close of war; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, Feb. 13, 1919. 

HINES, WALTER A., MarshalltowTi, son 
Mrs. Mary E. Hines; recruited, Marshall- 
town, Jan. 3, 1917; stationed San Diego, 
Cal.; Co. C, 21st Inf.; mustered out, phj^si- 
cal disability, October, 1917. 

HINSHAW, FAY W., Union; selective, July 
24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

HITE, ELGIN R., Gilman, son Mr. and Mrs. 
Fred L. Hite; aged 23, merchant; select- 
ive, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; 1st Co. 
M. P., 88th Div.; overseas August, 1918; 
mustered out, Camp Mills, N. Y., May, 
1919. 

HITSMAN, HARRY D., Marshalltown, aged 
29, signal maintainer; selective, Sept. 19, 
1917, Camp Dodge; cook, Co. 9, 3d Bn., 
163d Depot Brig.; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, Dec. 12, 1918. 



HOBSON, EARL E., Union; selective, July 

24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

HOCKRIDGE, ALBERT GEORGE, Mar- 
shalltown, M. H. S., '18; aged 18, student; 

5. A. T. C, I. S. C, Ames; discharged, 
Dec. 17, 1918. 

HODGES, HAROLD B., Marshallto\\Ti, aged 

25, stenographer; enlisted, Des Moines, 
Aug. 19, 1917; stationed, one year, at 
Camp Dodge; arrived in England, Sept. 1, 
1918; in France, Sept. 10; Hdq. Co., 88th 
Div. 

HODGES, JOHN MANLY, Marshallto^\•n, 
aged 21, county engineer; selective, Sept. 

6, 1918, Camp Dodge; transferred to New 
York City; Motor Sup. Trn., Co. F, 429th 
M. S. T. 

HODGES, WAYNE HAROLD, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hodges; 
aged 23, electrician; selective, July 24, 
1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Cpl., Co. B, 1st 
Inf.; mustered out, Jan. 15, 1919. 

HODNEY, OSCAR A. J., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. A. A. Anderson; aged 18, fireman; 
recruited, Marshalltown, April 9, 1918; 
arrived overseas, June, 1918. 

HODNEY, THORWALD H., MarshaUtoxra, 
son Mrs. A. A. Anderson; first recruit at 
Marshalltown recniiting station for regu- 
lar army, November, 1916. 

HODSON, JOE, Marshalltown, aged 20; re- 
cruited, Marshallto\\-n, April 5, 1918. 

HOFFMAN, FRED W., Marshallto\\-n, aged 
24, machinist; selective, June 24, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; discharged, physical disa- 
bility, July 5, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

HOLCOMB, WALTER S., Marshalltown; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

HOLLINGSWORTH, F. M., Marshallto^TO, 
son Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hollingsworth; 
aged 21; enlisted, Ames, la., June 24, 1916; 
Pvt., Co. I, 2d Iowa Inf.; sei-ved on Mexi- 
can border; recruiting service, Des Moines, 
Aug. 7 to Oct. 28, 1917; transferred to 
109th Trench Mortar Bat.; stationed 
Camp Cody, N. M.; O. T. S., Camp Cody; 
transferred to Ft. Sill, Okla., then to 
Camp Upton, N. Y.; arrived Liverpool, 
England, Oct. 8, 1918; France, Oct. 13; 
Camp Merritt, N. Y., Jan. 10, 1919; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 22, 1919. 



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JESSE C. EVERIST 



BERT TAPPS 




JOHN E. LANG 



EARL E. WEUVE 



RAY DE WITT 

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HONECK, GEORGE GUSTAV, State Cen- 
ter; aged 25; enlisted, navy, Des Moines, 
March 1, 1918; carpenter's mate, 3d class; 
discharged, Hampton Roads, Va., Feb. 19, 
1919. 

HOOK, DWIGHT, Marshalltown, watch re- 
pairer; enlisted, April, 1918; stationed Ft. 
Sam Houston, Tex.; Q. M. Dept., as en- 
gineer. 

HOOKER, IVAN J., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. L. H. Hooker; selective, July 24, 
1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, March, 1919. 

HOOPENGARDNER, WILLIAM E., Fergu- 
son, son Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hoopen- 
gardner; aged 22, recruited, Marshall- 
town, Nov. 22, 1917; stationed Ft. Logan, 
Colo.; Ft. Worden, Wash., and Camp Mills, 
N. Y.; overseas with Co. A, 63d C. A. C, 
as mechanic. 

HOOVEN, MERRILL E. L., Marshalltown, 
aged 20; recruited, Marshalltown, March 
11, 1918; Aero Sect. Sig. Corps. 

HOOVER, HERBERT EARL, LaSalle, 111., 
son Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hoover; black- 
smith; selective, April 29, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

HOPKINS, BYRON, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Fred Hopkins; aged 20; enlist- 
ed, Jacksonville, Fla., May, 1917; gun 
pointer, U. S. S. Quincy; three trips to 
France with transport fleets; transferred 
to Galveston, Tex., sailing from that port 
to Italy. 

HORNE, GEORGE, Kollen, Ind.; inducted as 
from Marshall county at Bloomfield, Ind., 
July 24, 1918 and sent to Camp Pike, Ark.; 
mustered out. Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky., 
physical disability, Aug. 4, 1918, 

HOUGELAND, OSCAR A., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C. Hougeland; 
aged 23, clerk; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, 
Camp Dodge; M. G. Co., 133d Inf., 34th 
Div., A. E. F.; overseas six months; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, June 10, 1919. 

HOUGHKIRK, EARL M., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Houghkirk; enlisted, 
St. Paul, Minn., May 7, 1918; fourteen 
months in France with 52d Eng. ; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, May 15, 1919. 

HOUGHTALING, JOSEPH W., Marshall- 
town, recruited, Aug. 28, 1917; F. A. 



HOWARD, EVANS D., Davenport; select- 
ive, June 24, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

HOWARD, JOSEPH S., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. R. E. Miller; aged 25, farmer; se- 
lective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; over- 
seas April 23, 1918; Hdq. Det., 7th Div. 
Army Trn. Corps; gassed and slightly 
wounded; army of occupation; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, June 11, 1919. 

HOWARD, WALTER A., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Howard; aged 25, far- 
mer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, 
Ark.; Co. D, 4th Group; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, Dec. 30, 1918. 

HOWIE, ENSIGN EBEN D., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. James R. Howie; stu- 
dent Columbia U.; enlisted, navy, soon 
after America entered war; had previous 
naval training and was sent to Brooklyn 
Navy Yard; commissioned boatswain; 
made ensign in charge of S. C. No. 79, 
small boats of patrol and anti-submarine 
fleet. 

HUBBELL, HERBERT, demons; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

HUBLER, CARL FRANCIS, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Hubler; aged 22, 
painter; enlisted, navy, Des Moines, May 
15, 1918, as painter; stationed Great 
Lakes, 111.; Co. 42, 10th Bn., 12th Reg., 
Public Works, Camp Perry; relieved from 
active duty, Jan. 28, 1919. 

HUFF, HERCHEL R., Buford, 111.; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; inducted 
in Illinois as from Marshall county. 

HULL, CAPT. ALBERT F., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hull; M. H. 
S., '06; S. U. I.; First 0. T. S., Ft. Snel- 
ling, Minn.; transferred to Ft. Monroe, 
Va.; commissioned 1st Lieut., C. A. C, 
U. S. R., Aug. 15, 1917; entered foreign 
service, September, 1917; anti-aircraft ar- 
tillery, commanding; stationed at Paris; 
commissioned Capt., Nov. 2, 1918; arrived 
from overseas, Nov. 23, 1918; mustered 
out, Ft. Monroe, Va., Dec. 10, 1918. 

HULL, FRANK, Marshalltown, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles H. Hull; M. H. S. '08; insur- 
ance agent; enlisted, summer, 1918, C. A. 
C; stationed Ft. Monroe, Va., 0. T. S., C. 
A. C; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Dec. 
14, 1918. 



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GEORGE WOOnWORTH 



ARHILD E. ROSENGREN 



ARTHUR HENRY CLAY 




PAUL B. COLLINS 



GUS ZONDT 



STEINER SILENCE 




ALTON SPRINGER 



MELVEN GRIMM 



RALPH LE MASTERS GOOD 

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HULL, MAURICE B., Marshall towTi, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hull; aged 21, 
electrician, M. H. S. ■'14; recruited, Mar- 
shallto%vn, Dec. 10, 1917, aviation; Sergt., 
20th Co., 3d Motor Mech. A. S., A. E. F.; 
aiTived from overseas June 26, 1919. 

HUMPHREY, EARLE ENNIS, Marshall- 
town, son Mrs. Annie Humphrey, Des 
Moines; selective, Oct. 27, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; arrived overseas, April 15, 1918; 
Pvt. Co. A, 366th Inf.; severely wounded 
in action, near Verdun, Sept. 27, 1918; hit 
by shrapnel in leg and foot; seven months 
in French hospitals; arrived at Camp 
Stuart, Va., May, 1919; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, May 17, 1919. 

HUMPHREY, WILLIAM D., LeGrand, son 
Mr. and Mrs. George William Humphrey; 
aged 23; entered service Camp Dodge, 
March 8, 1918; assigned to infantry, but 
transferred to sei-vice brigade, Eng., April, 
1918; rejected for overseas service and 
sent to hospital; made Cpl., June 10; 
Sergt., Aug. 13; passed physical exam., 
Sept., 1918; entered Inf. Cent. O. T. S., 
Camp Grant, 111., Nov. 1; mustered out, 
Nov. 30, 1918. 

HUNDERTMARK, WILLIAM, Marshall- 
town; selective, Sept. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

HUNDLEY, JOHN F., Marshalltown, aged 
21; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
transferred to Camp Shelby, Miss.; Sergt. 
Base Hosp. No. 130; mustered out, Nov. 
30, 1918. 

HUNDLEY, WILLIAM E., Marshallto\vn; 
selective, limited service, Sept. 4, 1918, 
Camp Funston, Kan. 

HUNT, ENOS B., Marshalltown; recmited, 
Marshalltown, July 31, 1917, Inf. 

HURLBURT, LIEUT. WILLIAM BLAIR, 
Marshalltown, son Rev. and Mrs. Rollo 
F. Hurlburt, Mt. Vemon, la.; aged 26, at- 
torney; enlisted, Des Moines, July, 1917; 
0. T. S., Ft. Snelling, Minn.; commis- 
sioned 1st Lieut.; Co. L, 340th Inf., 85th 
Div., A. E. F. 

HURTO, EARL N., Marshalltown; select- 
ive, limited service, Oct. 3, 1918, Jeffer- 
son Ban-acks, Mo. 



HURTO, KYLE E., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. J. N. Hurto; aged 23, laborer; 
selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; 
transferred to Camp Dix, N. J.; 133d Inf., 
A. E. F.; arrived overseas, Oct., 1918. 

HYATT, LEROY, Ladysmith, Wis.; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

IDSO, ROY G., Ferguson, son Mr. and Mrs. 
Tom T. Idso; aged 21, clerk; recruited, 
Marshalltown, Nov. 15, 1917; Bat. A. 63d 
Reg., C. A. C, Ft. Worden, Wash. 

INGEBRITSON, BERT B., Dunbar; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

INGLEDUE, TOM C, demons, son Mr. and 
Mrs. W. L. Ingledue; aged 23, fanner; 
selective, April 29, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

INGLEDUE, WILBUR DEVINE, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ingledue; 
aged 27, theater owner; selective, Feb. 26, 
1918, Camp Dodge; Med. Det., 351st Inf., 
A. E. F.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, 
June 7, 1919. 

INGRAHAM, CHAL, Haverhill; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

ISAACSON, GEORGE W., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Charles Isaacson; se- 
lective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; Co. 
K, 118th Inf., 30th Div., A. E. F.; Ypres 
sector, Somme offensive. West Bellicourt 
(where Yanks broke Hindenburg line) ; 
mustered out, Camp Dodge, April 10, 1919. 

ISAACSON, JOHN L. T., Marshalltown; 
aged 28; selective, Aug. 31, 1918, Camp 
Forrest, Ga.; 24th Eng. 

ISEMAN, FINLEY J., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Iseman, Burling- 
ton, Kan.; aged 24, bank clerk; enlisted, 
Marines, May 20, 1917, at Chicago; 76th 
Co., 6th Reg. Marines, A. E. F.; narrowly 
escaped death from shrapnel fire, June, 
1918; severely wounded, July 19, 1918. 

ITTNER, HARRY E., Marshalltown; aged 
28, locomotive engineer; inducted Ft. Ben- 
jamin Harrison, Ind., May 17, 1918; trans- 
ferred to Ft. Leavenworth; Sergt., Sept. 
9 to Dec. 4, 1918; Pvt. 3d Bn., 55th Eng.; 
mustered out. Ft. Leavenworth, Jan. 13, 
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JACKSON, CARL CLIFFORD, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jackson; 
aged 30, trowel finisher; selective, Feb. 
26, 1918, Camp Dodge; transferred to 
Camp Custer, Mich.; musician, Hdq. Co., 
55th Eng., A. E. F.; overseas June, 1918. 

JACKSON, GEORGE, Marshallto^\■n, son 
Mrs. Rose A. Jackson; professional ball 
player; enlisted, New York City; Co. E, 
15th N. Y. R. L, M. G. Co. No. 2, A. E. 
F.; overseas December, 1917. 

JACOBSON, DEWEY B., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Jacobson; aged 17; 
recruited, Marshalltown, March 4, 1917; 
overseas Dec. 25, 1917; second gunner, 
14th Co., C. A. C; two and one-half years 
with 1st Anti-aircraft company; overseas 
eighteen months; mustered out, Newport 
News, Va., May, 1919. 

JACOBSON, INMAN JULIUS, Gilman, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Knute J. Jacobson; aged 29, 
farmer; served four years in navy; enlist- 
ed April, 1918; stationed Sweeney Auto 
School, Kansas City, Mo.; San Antonio, 
Tex.; Kelly Field, Tex.; Ft. Bliss, Tex.; 
Motor Trans. Co., Unit 315. 

JACOBSON, ULRIC, Gilman, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Knute J. Jacobson; aged 21, farmer; 
selective, May 13, 1918, Jefferson Bar- 
racks, Mo.; transferred to Camp Mac- 
Arthur, Tex., then to Camp Merritt, N. J.; 
overseas, August, 1918; Co. B. 55th Inf., 
A. E. F. 

JANSEN, FRED A., Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Christina Jansen; aged 24, carpenter; re- 
cruited, Dec. 10, 1917; stationed Kelly 
Field, Tex., Aviation Sect. 

JARRETT, LIEUT. RAYMOND E., Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Jar- 
rett; enlisted April 25, 1917, Coast Art.; 
commissioned 2d Lieut., April 28, 1918; 
6th Co., C. A., Ft. Mills, Corregidor, P. I.; 
commissioned 1st Lieut, and transferred 
to Tien-Tsin, China. 

JARVIS, JAMES A., Marshalltown; recruit- 
ed. May 31, 1917; Inf. 

JARVIS, RAYMOND C, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Jarvis; aged 20, stu- 
dent, M. H. S., '16; recruited, Davenport, 
la., April 23, 1917, Bat. D, 1st Iowa F. A.; 
transferred to 136th Field Hosp., 109th 



San. Tr., 34th Div., Camp Cody, N. M.; 
transferred to Camp Dix, N. Y., then to 
Camp Merritt, N. J., and Debark. Hosp. 
No. 3, New York City; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, Dec. 31, 1918. 

J ASTER, ADOLPH, Marshalltown; aged 28, 
florist; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 



JAY, RALPH C, Albion, son Rev. and Mrs. 
Allan Jay; finished 4 yrs. service navy, 
July, 1918; 1st class boatswain's mate; 
selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

JENKINS, ALBERT, Mystic, la.; selective, 
June 24, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

JENKINS, DALE R., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Ella Jenkins; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; arrived overseas. May, 1918; 
Co. A, 42d Eng., A. E. F. 

JENKINS, EARL CYRUS, Marshallto\\Ti, 
son Mrs. Ella Jenkins; aged 23, auto re- 
pairman; recruited, Dec. 14, 1917; ovei'- 
seas, June 30, 1918; Pvt. 184th Aero 
Squadron, A. E. F.; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, March 22, 1919. 

JENSEN, CHRIS F., Marshalltown; re- 
cruited, June 8, 1917; Co. I, 42d Inf., Ft. 
Douglas, Ariz. 

JENSEN, DAVID C, MarshalltoNra, son Mr. 
and Mrs. James Jensen; aged 21, machin- 
ist; recruited Dec. 7, 1917; stationed Kelly 
Field, Tex., and Camp Hancock, Ga.; over- 
seas March 14, 1917; 3d Co., 2d Motor 
Mechanics, Aviation; stationed Issoudun, 
Fi-ance; returned to U. S., June, 1919. 

JENSEN, HENRY, Marshalltown; inducted 
Dec, 1917; stationed Camp Dodge; trans- 
ferred to Camp Sherman, O., Sergt. Co. F, 
40th Inf. 

JENSEN, LIEUT. J. A., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen; enlisted Aug., 
1917; commissioned Sept. 25, 1917, and 
called to report at Ft. Sill, Okla., July 4, 
1918; stationed Remount Depot, Ft. Sill; 
mustered out. Ft. Sill, May, 1919. 

JESSUP, BRYAN, Bangor, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Stephen Jessup; aged 20, student; 
enlisted, navy, Des Moines, Nov., 1917; 
seaman, U. S. S. Wyoming; witnessed sur- 
render of German fleet, Nov. 21, 1918; re- 
lieved from active duty, Great Lakes, 111., 
Feb. 5, 1919. 



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JESSUP, CLIFFORD, Bangor, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Elihu Jessup; reci-uited Aug. 9,1917, 
aviation; transferred to Signal Corps, 
Kelly Field, Tex., aerial sect., 80th Aero 
Squadron; sent to England, Jan., 1918; 
served in France with 639th Aero Squad- 
ron. 

JESSUP, MILTON, Bangor, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Stephen Jessup; aged 22, student; 
enlisted, Oct. 31, 1917; Mess Sergt. 
3d Co., C. A. C; 1st class gunner; 1st 
Sergt., June 18, 1918; stationed Jefferson 
Barracks, Mo.; Ft. Howard, Md.; detached 
sei-vice taking companies to Forts Amis- 
ted, Carroll and Smallwood; U. S. prov- 
ing grounds, Aberdeen, Md.; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 28, 1919. 

JESSUP, MAURICE K., Union; selective, 
Aug. 15, 1918, Iowa State College, Ames, 
Mechanical Training. 

JESTER, CARL H., State Center; recruited, 
July 27, 1917, cooks and bakers; stationed 
Camp Funston, Kan. 

JESTLAND, TOM, Leeds, N. D., selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

JEWELL, WESLEY LEROY, Rhodes, son 
Mr. and Mrs. John Jewell; recruited, Mar- 
shalltown, April 22, 1917; stationed Camp 
Fremont, Cal.; transferred to Camp Mills, 
N. Y.; graduated as first class cook; Cpl. 
Co. G, 62d Inf. 

JOHNS, HAROLD, Green Mountain; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, Oct. 9, 1917, for 
I. N. G.; stationed Camp Cody, N. M.; 
overseas Oct., 1918; M. G. Bn., 34th Div.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, May 16, 1919. 

JOHNSON, ARTHUR JULIUS, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Johnson; 
aged 22, grain dealer; selective, April 29, 
1918, Camp Dodge; transferred to San 
Antonio, Tex.; overseas July, 1918; Co. B, 
315th Eng., 90th Div.; Villers-en-Haye 
sector, Aug. 24 to Sept. 11, 1918; St. Mi- 
hiel, Sept. 12-16; Meuse-Argonne, Oct. 17 
to Nov. 11; army of occupation, Traben, 
Germany, Dec. 6, 1918, to May 21, 1919; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, June 21, 1919. 

JOHNSON, CARL GILBERT, S. A. T. C, 
Chicago. 



JOHNSON, CLARENCE E., S. A. T. C, 
S. U. I., Iowa City. 

JOHNSON, EDWARD H., Marshallto^\■n; 
selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge. 

JOHNSON, EDWARD RAYMOND, Green 
Mountain, son Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 
Johnson; aged 24, famier; selective, Sept. 
19, 1917, Camp Dodge; transferred to 
Camp Cody, N. M., then to Camp Merritt, 
N. J.; overseas June, 1918; Pvt. Co. A, 
102d Inf., A. E. F.; died of wounds re- 
ceived in action, in France, Sept. 26, 1918. 

JOHNSON, FRANK F., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Adila B. Johnson; aged 27, electrical 
engineer; enlisted June 4, 1917; stationed 
Ft. Douglas, Ariz., seven months; over- 
seas Feb., 1918; Bat. B, 10th F. A.; wound- 
ed. Chateau Thierry, July 14, 1918, piece 
of shell in upper right arm; army of oc- 
cupation. 

JOHNSON, FRANK H., Marshalltown; aged 
23, farmer; selective, -July 31, 1918, Camp 
Forrest, Ga.; wagoner, Hdq. Det., 209th 
Eng.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 3, 
1919. 

JOHNSON, FREDERICK J., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johnson; aged 23; 
stationed Ft. Douglas, Ariz., Camp Dodge, 
and Dover, N. J.; Co. E, 42d Inf. 

JOHNSON, FREDERICK T., Albion; re- 
cruited June 18, 1917; Inf. 

JOHNSON, FRED W., Lamoille, son Mr. 
and Mrs. G. A. Johnson; aged 23, farmer; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark; 
transferred to Camp Merritt, N. J.; on 
transport, Nov. 11, 1918, when armistice 
was signed; Cpl. Co. 21, Camp Pike O. A. 
R. D. ; returned to Camp Upton, N. Y.; 
Prov. Co. of Camp Upton; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, Dec. 11, 1918. 

JOHNSON, GEORGE C, Marshalltown; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

JOHNSON, GEORGE L., Marshallto^\^l, son 
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Johnson; selective, 
Wisconsin, summer, 1918, to Camp Dodge; 
arrived overseas Oct., 1918; Sergt. Co. B, 
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JOHNSON, CArX. GEORGE M., Marshall- 
town; Mrs. G. M. Johnson, wife; physi- 
cian and surgeon; commissioned Capt., 
Med. Res. Corps, July 5, 1917; ordered to 
Ft. Riley, Kan., Aug. 26; mustered out, 
physical disability, Dec. 24, 1917; previous 
service, 16 yrs. in Iowa N. G., from Pvt. 
to Capt.; 1st Lieut. Co. M, 49th la. Vol. 
Inf., 1898, Spanish-American war. 

JOHNSON, GUNARD, Marshalltown; en- 
listed; Co. H, 50th Inf., Camp Greene, 

N. C. 

JOHNSON, HENRY C, Marshalltown; aged 
26, cook; recruited May 16, 1917; stationed 
Hawaiian Islands, Camp Kearney, Cal., 
and Camp Dodge; Co. F, 2d Inf. 

JOHNSON, HERMAN G., Roland, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Nick C. Johnson; aged 23, loco- 
motive fireman; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, 
Camp Dodge. 

JOHNSON, JAMES C, Marietta, son Mr. 
and Mrs. W. H. Johnson; recruited, Mar- 
shalltown, July 23, 1917; stationed Camp 
Sherman, 0., cook. 

JOHNSON, JOHN, Marshalltown; aged 17, 
restaurant employe; on Mexican border 
with Co. D„ Cedar Rapids, I. N. G.; en- 
listed, navy, and sent to Great Lakes, 111.; 
assigned to U. S. S. Finch. 

JOHNSON, JOHN M., Marshalltown; select- 
ive, voluntarily inducted, Feb. 15, 1918, 
Camp Dodge. 

JOHNSON, J. SIDNEY, Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Emma Johnson; aged 28, adv. mgr.; 
selective, Aug. 2, 1918, limited service, 
Syracuse, N. Y.; Sergt., Gas Def. Div. of 
Chemical Warfare Service; mustered out, 
Long Island City, N. Y., Jan. 10, 1919. 

JOHNSON, LYELL E., LeGrand; aged 21; 
recruited May 31, 1918; Supply Co. 

JOHNSON, MAGNUS, Marshalltown; 307th 
Eng., 82d Div., Camp Gordon; transferred 
to Repl. Co.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Jan. 9, 1918. 

JOHNSON, P. H., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. C. A. Johnson, Clinton, la.; re- 
cruited Sept. 3, 1917; M. O. T. C, Amb. 
Co. 22, Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. 

JOHNSON, LIEUT. RAYMOND W., Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mi's. S. P. John- 
son; aged 24, physical director; M. H. S. 



'13; enlisted Feb. 18, 1918, Chicago; sta- 
tioned Camp Dick, Tex.; transferred to 
Univ. of 111. ground school; sent to Ft. 

Sill, Okla., light art. school, observers' 
branch; commissioned 2d Lieut., Res. 
Corps; mustered out, Ft. Sill, Dec. 18, 
1918. 

JOHNSON, ROY T., Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Anna Johnson; aged 18, draftsman; re- 
cruited Dec. 14, 1917; trained Mt. dem- 
ons, Mich., and Kelly Field, Tex.; overseas 
Sept., 1918; Sergt. 829th Aero Squadron. 

JOHNSON, S. R., Marshalltown; enlisted, 
Des Moines, as mechanic in navy, June 24, 
1918; stationed Great Lakes, 111. 

JOHNSON, THOMAS H., Marshallto^\•n; 
aged 37, salesman; recruited March 1, 
1918; left U. S. Aug. 15, 1918; Pvt. 51st 
Aero Squadron, A. E. F.; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, April 15, 1919. 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM B., Green Mountain, 
son Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Johnson; selective, 
July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga.; sta- 
tioned Washington, D. C; 71st Inf. 

JOHNSTON, JOHN E., Marshalltown; en- 
listed, Omaha, Neb., June 6, 1917; Bat. C, 
10th F. A., Ft. Douglas, Ariz. 

JOHNSTON, SEYMOUR, Marshalltown; 
aged 21, teamster; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; Co. A, 88th Inf., 19th Div.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Dec. 19, 1918. 

JONDRO, WILLIAM WESLEY, Marshall- 
town; Mrs. EfFa M. Jondro, wife; enlisted 
June 9, 1917, Des Moines; chief boatswain 
mate; relieved from active duty, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., Feb. 20, 1919. 

JONES, CARL WILLIAM, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. T. Fred Jones; aged 22; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
Ord. Arm. School, Camp Pike; overseas 
Oct., 1918; Co. 26, Sept. A. R. D., Aerial 
Gunnery School, St. Jean de Mont, France; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 5, 1919. 

JONES, CHARLES HUSTON, Marshall- 
town; Mrs. Hattie E. Jones, wife; aged 41, 
machinist; enlisted, navy, Des Moines, 
June 24, 1918; stationed Great Lakes, 111.; 
transferred to Dayton, O., petty officer 
and inspector naval ordnance; died, 
Logansport, Ind., while en route home, 
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JONES, PAUL BRADFORD, S. A. T. C, 
I. S. C, Ames. 

JONES, WILBERT A., Clemons; aged 22, 
farmer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Pvt. Co. D, Dev. Bn. No. 1; mus- 
tered out, Camp Dodge, Dec. 2, 1918. 

JORGENSEN, HARRY, Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Bothilda N. Jorgensen; aged 29, 
moulder; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Camp Devens, 
Mass., then to Camp Upton; left U. S., 
April 24, 1918; Cpl. Bat. B, 304th F. A.; 
Baccarate sector, July 12 to Aug. 1, 1918; 
Vesle sector, Aug. 15-17; Oise-Aisne of- 
fensive, Aug. 18 to Sept. 4; Argonne- 
Meuse offensive, Sept. 26 to Nov. 11; mus- 
tered out, Camp Dodge, March 18, 1919. 

JORGENSEN, RALPH NICHOLAS, Mar- 
shallto^\'n, son Mrs. Bothilda N. Jorgen- 
sen; enlisted, navy, Detroit, Mich., May 
18, 1918; stationed Great Lakes, 111. 

KAISER, ARNOLD W., Clemons, son Mr. 
and Mrs. William C. Kaiser; aged 23, 
chauffeur; recruited, Marshalltown, Dec. 
8, 1917; Aviation Camp, 33d Squadron, 
Waco, Tex. 

KALLENBERG, LIEUT. EDWIN F., Mar- 
shalltown, veterinarian; selective, Sept. 7, 
1917, Camp Dodge; commissioned 2d 
Lieut., V. R. C, Oct. 1, 1917; stationed 
Canal Zone, Panama. 

KALSEM, ARTHUR H., Marshalltown; 
aged 21, farmer; selective, July 31, 1918, 
Camp Forrest, Ga.; overseas Oct. 27, 1918; 
Pvt. Co. F, 116th Eng., 41st Div.; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, March 11, 1919. 

KAPPEN, ELMER, Baxter; selective, July 
24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

KARAGANS, JOHN N., Marshalltown; 
laborer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

KAROMARORDES, NICK S., Marshall- 
towTi; laborer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, 
Camp Dodge. 

KARREL, ANDY A., Melbourne, son Mrs. 
Martha Karrel; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, 
Camp Dodge; Pvt. Co. G, 165th Inf. 

KARRER, LIEUT. HERBERT L., Marshall- 
town; Mrs. H. L. Karrer, wife; dentist; 



service in France; returned to U. S., June 
2, 1919. 

KASSEL, ANDREW A., Melbourne, son Mr. 
and Mrs. A. J. Kessel; aged 23, railroad 
employe; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge. 

KEARNS, EUGENE B., Marshalltown, aged 
22, farmer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Pvt. Det. M. D., Base Hosp. No. 
130; mustered out, Camp Dodge, Dec. 18, 
1918. 

KEEPER, JOHN R., Conrad, son Mr. and 
Mrs. I. M. Keefer; aged 22, farmer; se- 
lective, July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga.; 
Pvt. Co. H, 1st Tr. Bn.; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, Jan. 6, 1919. 

KEELER, HERBERT L., Albion, son Mr. 
and Mrs. H. H. Keeler; farmer; recruited, 
Marshalltown, June 17, 1917; stationed Ft. 
Douglas, Ariz.; Camp Dodge; Dover, N. J., 
and Camp Devens, Mass.; Cpl. Co. F, 74th 
Inf. 

KELLEY, HAROLD WAYNE, Rhodes, son 
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Kelley; aged 18, labor- 
er; enlisted April 27, 1917; stationed forts 
and camps near San Francisco and at 
Seattle, Wash.; Co. B, 6th Bn., U. S. 
Guards; mustered out, Ft. Logan, Colo., 
Jan. 6, 1919. 

KELLOGG, LEONARD F., JR., S. A. T. C, 
Chicago. 

KELLY, FLOYD O., Marshalltown; aged 23, 
farmer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Pvt. Co. M, 88th Inf.; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 15, 1919. 

KELSO, LESLIE J., St. Anthcny, son Mr. 
and Mrs. William Kelso; aged 22, auto 
mechanic; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Camp Sevier, S. C; 
service in France. 

KENNEHAN, LEO B., Marshalltown; S. A. 
T. C, Creighton Univ., Omaha, Neb. 

KENNEHAN, WILLIAM ANTHONY, Mar- 
shalltown, aged 28; selective, Sept. 5, 1917, 
Camp Dodge; transferred to Camp Mer- 
ritt, N. J.; arrived overseas, April 7, 1918; 
Co. B, 339th M. G. Bn.; transferred to 
19th Ry. Eng., A. E. F.; 1st class Sergt.; 
returned to U. S., March 25, 1919. 



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KEPCHE, KARL RAYMOND, Grinnell; 
Mrs. Alice Kepche, mother; aged 31, 
baker; selective. May 31, 1918, Jefferson 
Barracks, Mo. 

KERSEY, FRED, Marshalltown, aged 21, 
laborer; Pvt. Bat. F, 339th F. A., 88th 
Div., A. E. F.; left U. S. Sept. 24, 1918; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 8, 1919. 

KERSEY, HARRY, St. Anthony, son Mrs. 
Susan Kersey; enlisted; Co. K, 1st Inf., 
Camp Cody, N. M. 

KEYSER DAVID F., Marshalltown; select- 
ive, July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga.; 
Co. C, 605th Eng.; overseas, Oct., 1918. 

KHILE, CHARLES, Dillon; selective, July 
24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; mustered out, 
August, 1918. 

KHILE, FRED L., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. John Khile; aged 21, M. H. S. 
'16, carpenter; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; Co. C, 55th Eng., A. E. F. 

KHILE, JOHN, Dillon; aged 21, farmer; se- 
lective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; Pvt. 
Det. M. D., Base Hosp. No. 130; mustered 
out. Camp Dodg3, Dec. 18, 1918. 

KIEHNA, LOUIS, Conrad; aged 27; select- 
ive, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; trans- 
ferred to Camp Forrest, Ga.; Co. 5, 20th 
Eng.; mustered out, Dec. 26, 1918. 

KIGHTLINGER, CECIL C, Marshalltown; 
aged 28, telegraph operator; recruited, 
Marshalltown, Dec. 3, 1917, Sig. Corps. 

KING, SAM, Marshalltown; selective, July 
31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga. 

KINNAN, LIEUT. DON H., Marshalltown, 
son Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Kinnan; enlisted 
July 18, 1918, Ft. Sheridan, 111.; commis- 
sioned 2d Lieut., Sept. 16; transferred as 
instructor to Co. 2, Texas Agricultural 
and Mechanical College, S. A. T. C. 

KINSEY, DELL, Marshalltowm; aged 34; 
enlisted, Ft. Logan, Colo., Feb. 4, 1918; 
stationed Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., and 
Camp Merritt, N. J.; left U. S., Feb. 27, 
1918; Co. C, 5th F. A., Sig. Corps; en- 
gaged in construction hospitals and line 
communications; returned as casual, Dec. 
24, 1918; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Feb., 1919. 

KIRCHBERGER, CHARLES H., Marshall- 
town; Mrs. Charles Kirchberger, wife; se- 



lective, Sept. 19, 1917; Camp Dodge; 109th 
Supply Train, 34th Inf., A. E. F.; re- 
turned to U. S., June 22, 1919. 

KIRK, ROSS E., Marshalltown, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Willis Kirk; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; arrived overseas, Octo- 
ber, 1918. 

KJORMOE, MELVIN, Liscomb; aged 22, 
laborer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Pvt. M. D. Det., Base Hosp. No. 
130; mustered out, Camp Dodge, Dec. 18, 
1918. 

KLAAS, FRANK H., Algona; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; inducted here 
but registered elsewhere. 

KLAAS, GEORGE H., Haverhill; aged 23, 
farmer; selective. May 13, 1918, Jefferson 
Barracks, Mo. 

KLAAS, WILLIAM, Haverhill; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

KLATT, FRED, JR., Melbounie; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; Pvt., Inf., un- 
assigned; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Dec. 
17, 1918. 

KLINGAMAN, LIEUT. EARL J., State 
Center, son Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Klinga- 
man; aged 26, auto salesman; enlisted, 
Los Angeles, Cal., July 25, 1917; stationed 
Ft. Rosecrans, Cal.; transferred to air 
service and sent to Berkeley ground 
school, Dec. 1, 1917; transferred to Camp 
Dick, Tex.; started flying Call Field, Tex.; 
commissioned Lieut., July 16, 1918; sent 
to Wilbur Wright Field, then to Paj-ne 
Field. Miss.; transferred to Carlstrom 
Field, Arcadia, Fla. ; mustered out. Dorr 
Field, Arcadia, Jan. 6, 1919. 

KLINGBEIL, CHARLES J., Melbourne; son 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Klingbeil; aged 29, 
farmer; selective, June 24, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

KLOPPENBORG, FRED H., Melbourne; se- 
lective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

KNAB, CHRIS C, JR., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Knab; aged 18; en- 
listed Feb. 25, 1918; Bakery Co., Q. M. 
Corps, Ft. Riley, Kan.; transfeiTed to Ft. 
Sheridan, 111., then to Ft. Benjamin Harri- 
son, Ind.; mustered out. Ft. Benjamin Har- 
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KNAUSS, EDWARD J., Marshalltown; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, May 16, 1917. 

KNUDSON, CARL A., Oilman; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; mustered 
out, August, 1918. 

KOERNER, OTTO W., Marshallto^vn, son 
Mrs. Maggie Korns; aged 25; selective, 
April 29, 1918, Camp Dodge; overseas, 
August, 1918; Co. K, 351st Inf. 

KOLLIN, RUSSELL G., Davenport, N. Y.; 
aged 22, machinist; selective, July 24, 
1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Co. F, 330th Inf.; 
mustered out, Camp Dodge, Feb. 22, 1919. 

KOONTZ, F. MAXWELL, R. F. D. 4, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Koontz; 
aged 22, farmer; selective ,July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; Sergt.-Major, 4th Tr. 
Reg.; mustered out. Camp Pike, Dec. 21, 
1918. 

KOONTZ, LIEUT. JOHN VERNON, R. F. 
D. 4, Marshalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. J. 
C. Koontz; aged 22; enlisted. May, 1917, 
aviation section; stationed Ft. Logan, 
Colo.; transferred to San Antonio, Tex.; 
overseas Aug. 23, 1917; 35th Aero Squad- 
ron, Sig. Corps; two months course of 
instruction at Paris, in motors; for thir- 
teen months in charge of all motors at 
Ferrand, largest American bombing train- 
ing field; commissioned 2d Lieut., Eng. 
officer, Nov. 23, 1918; returned to U. S., 
Feb. 4, 1919; mustered out, Garden City, 
N. Y., Feb. 7, 1919. 

KRACHT, ALVIN C, Melbourne, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Gust Kracht; stenographer; en- 
listed, St. Louis, Mo.,; Sergt. Co. E, 138th 
Inf., Ft. Sill, Okla. 

KROENER, WILLIAM G., State Center, 
son Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kroener; July 31, 
1918, Camp Forrest, Ga.; Co. C, 209th 
Eng.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, Feb. 1, 
1919. 

KRUPP, CARL J., Melbourne; aged 29, ce- 
ment worker; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; Co. D, Dev. Bn., No. 2, 
162d Depot Bri.; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, Nov. 21, 1918. 

KRUSE, ARTHUR W., R. F. D. 4, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Ki-use; 
aged 24; enlisted, navy, Des Moines, April, 
1918; stationed at Great Lakes, 111.; as- 



signed to transport Leviathan; hospital 
corpsman. 

KRYDA, FRANK KASPAR, Marshalltown; 
Mrs. Annie Kryda, mother; recruited, 
MarshalltowTi, May 28, 1917; Co. E, 20th 
Inf., Ft. Douglas, Ariz. 

KUBIK, JAMES, Quarry; aged 34; recruit- 
ed, Marshalltown, April 15, 1918; Q. M. 
Corps. 

KUHNS, ROLLA V., Marshalltown; reciniit- 
ed, Marshalltown, July 30, 1917; Sect. 11, 
Med. Corps, Ft. Riley, Kan. 

KUNKEL, ALOYSIUS J., Haverhill, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Martin Kunkel; aged 26, auto 
mechanic; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike Ark. inducted, Mott, N. D., as from 
this county; Cpl. 358th Motor Truck Co.; 
M. T. Corps; mustered out. Camp Pike, 
May 6, 1919. 

KUNKEL, JOHN L., Haverhill; aged 21, 
farmer; sslective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; 1st class Pvt. Co. A, 88th Inf.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 27, 1919. 

LACKEY, DALLAS EARL, Ferguson, son 
Mr. and Mrs. William K. Lackey; aged 22, 
mechanic; recruited, Marshalltown, Nov. 
15, 1917; stationed Ft. Worden, Wash.; 
arrived overseas Oct., 1918; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, March 18, 1919. 

LACKEY, LYLE B., Marshalltown; recruit- 
ed, Marshallto\\Ti, Jan. 10, 1918, Aviation 
Sec. 

LAIR, WILBER LAMPMAN, R. P. D. 6, 
Marshalltown; aged 21; selective, Sept. 
6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

LAMA, WILLIAM J., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Lama; aged 21, 
metal worker; enlisted Dec. 30, 1917; sta- 
tioned San Antonio, Tex., overseas with 
812th Salvage and Repair Sqd., Flying 
Dept. ; mustered out, Camp Dodge, Dec. 
21, 1918. 

LAMER, FRANK, Melbourne, son Mr. and 
Mrs. J. H. Lamer; aged 25, farmer; trans- 
ferred from Onaka, S. D., to go with draft 
contingent of March 29, 1918, to Camp 
Dodge; A. E. F., England and France, 
May 2, 1918, to Dec. 24, 1918; Pvt. Co. 
M, 137th Inf.; wounded, gun shot, Sept. 
28, 1918; Alsace Lorraine sector, Argonne 
forest; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 
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LAMPMAN, ARTHUR, Marshalltown; en- 
listed, Jefferson Barracks, Mo., Feb. 19, 
1918, Ordnance Corps; assigned to Aber- 
deen proving' ground, Md.; Co. A, Ord. 
Dept.; transferred to Hdq. Staff, Aber- 
deen O. T. S.; mustered out. Camp Grant, 
111., Jan. 23, 1919. 

LANDIS, ORVILLE, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. C. A. Landis; inducted, limited 
service,. Sept. 11, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
served as military clerk, Marshall county 
exemption board. 

LANG, JOHN E., Marshalltown; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; trans- 
ferred to Camp Hancock, Ga.; 43d Co., 
4th Group, M. G. Div. 

LANG, JOHN W., Marshalltown; recruited. 
May 31, 1917; Inf. 

LANGDON, RAYMOND S., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Langdon; aged 24, 
bookkeeper; recruited Marshalltown, Jime 
9, 1917; Co. A. 7th Eng., Ft. Leavenworth, 
Kan.; mustered cut, Camp Dodge, June 17, 
1919. 

LANGE, JOHN W., Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Bertha Lange; enlisted; Co. F, 43d Inf., 
Ft. Douglas, Ariz. 

LANNING, ELMER L., Melbourne; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

LARIVIERE, EDWARD C, Marshalltown; 
construction engineer; recruited, April 18, 
1917; Coast Art. Corps; Anti-aircraft Art., 
A. E. F. 

LARSON, ALFRED S., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Larson; aged 26; 
enlisted, Q. M. Dept.; stationed Ft. Riley, 
Kan.; overseas. Bakery Co. 343, A. E. F. 

LARSON, GEORGE L., Lamoille; aged 27, 
mechanic; enlisted May, 1917; inducted 
June 13, 1917, Milwaukee, Wis., 1st class 
Sergt. Q. M. Det., Camp Sherman, O.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, March 22, 
1919. 

LARSON, KARL, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Chris Larson; aged 25, shoe 
merchant; selective, July 31, 1918, Camp 
Forrest, Ga.; transferred to Camp Sheri- 
dan, Ala.; Co. C, 209th Eng.; mustered 
out, Camp Dodge, Feb. 1, 1919. 



LARSON, OLE, Marshalltown, son Mr. and 
Mrs. John Larson; aged 21, clerk; select- 
ive, April 29, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

LARWIN, EDWIN S., Marshalltown; en- 
listed. 

LAUGHLIN, CLARENCE, Marshalltown; 
Mrs. A. C. Burgess, mother; recruited, 
Marshalltown, Oct. 29, 1917, Coast Art.; 
stationed in Philippine Islands; mustered 
out, June, 1919. 

LAUGHLIN, FRANK, Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. A. C. Burgess; Sergt. aviation sect. 

LAUGHLIN, FREDERICK R., Marshall- 
town, son Mrs. A. C. Burgess; enlisted, 
1917; Radio Sergt., 1st Co., C. A. Guard, 
Ft. De Russy, Island of Oahu, H. T.; re- 
ported to Ft. Monroe, Va., March 1, 1918, 
for further radio training. 

LAUGHLIN, WILLIAM, Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. A. C. Burgess; 12th Cav., Columbus, 
N. M. 

LAWLER, FRED WILBUR, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lawler; aged 22, 
farmer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Camp Shelby, 
Miss.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Dec. 
18, 1918. 

LAWYER, DON C, Mountain View, Mo.; 
selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; in- 
ducted elsewhere as from Marshall county. 

LAWYER, RALPH L., Gilman; recruited, 
Marshalltown, Jan. 10, 1918; Co. 9, C. A. 
C, Ft. McDowell, Cal. 

LEACH, ROBERT S., Albion; aged 31, far- 
mer; selective, July 31, 1918, Camp For- 
rest, Ga.; cook, 209th Eng.; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, Feb. 3, 1919. 

LEE, HAROLD E., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Martin A. Lee; aged 24, grocery 
clerk; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Camp Cody, N. M.; 
overseas, in Repl. draft, June 28, 1918; 
1st class Pvt. Co. E, 165th Inf., 42d (Rain- 
bow) Div.; Aisne-Marne, July 18 to Aug. 
6, 1918; St. Mihiel, Sept. 16; Meuse-Ar- 
gonne, Sept. 26 to Nov. 11; returned to 
U. S., April 21, 1919; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, May 12, 1919. 



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LEE, ROSS A., Marshalltown; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918; Camp Dodge. 

LEEMAN, HARRY B., Marshalltown; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
discharged, physical disability. Camp Pike, 
Aug. 5, 1918. 

LEGGETT, ROBERT 0., Green Mountain; 
selective, April 29, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

LEHMAN, CHARLES C, Rhodes, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Jacob M. Lehman, Zearing; 
aged 22, farmer; selective, April 13, 1918, 
Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 

LEMMON, GEORGE W., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Margaret Lemmon; selective, limited 
service, Sept. 4, 1918, Camp Funston, 
Kan. 

LEMMON, LIERLE, Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Margaret Lemmon; selective, Sept. 
6, 1918, Camp Dodge; transferred to Camp 
Shelby, Miss., then to Camp Upton, N. Y.; 
arrived overseas with Hosp. Unit, Nov. 12, 
1918. 

LENNOX, DAVID, JR., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. David Lennox; M. H. S. '13; 
enlisted, Chicago, Dec. 5, 1917; stationed 
Columbus, O.; Camp Grant, 111.; Camp 
Dodge and Camp Merritt, N. J.; overseas 
March 15, 1918; motor mechanic, 5th Co., 
2d Reg., Ordnance Div.; transferred to 1st 
Detached Co., 1st Aviat., Acceptance 
Park, No. 1, France. 

LEONARD, CLARENCE E., Marshalltown; 
recruited, Marshalltown, April 14, 1917; 
Cpl. 2d Div., Q. M. C, A. E. F. 

LEONARD, EARLE V., Marshalltown; re- 
cruited, Marshallto\\-n, April 14, 1917; 3d 
Bn., Hdq. Co., 23d Inf., A. E. F. 

LEVINGS, HOMER, Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
C. C. Dollarhide; aged 24, switchman; se- 
lective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; as- 
signed to engineer's service. Camp Cus- 
ter, Mich., March, 1918; sailed for France, 
July 20, 1918; stationed at Monterchume 
yard, near Chateauroux, France, as yard 
conductor. 

LIEN, VICTOR J., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Ole O. Lien; aged 25, laborer; 
selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; 



transferred to Camp Cody, N. M.; over- 
seas June, 1918, with Repl. troops; Co. B, 
103d Inf., 26th Div., A. E. F.; St. Mihiel, 
Sept. 12, 1918; Boieville, Sept. 26; Bois 
de Ville, Nov. 6 to 11; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, April 17, 1919. 

LIERLE, DEAN M., Marshalltown, son Dr. 
and Mrs. F. P. Lierle; student; enlisted, 
Med. Res. Corps. 

LINDSEY, WILLIAM D., State Center; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

LINN, FRANK, R. F. D., Marshalltown; 
aged 31, farmer; selective, July 31, 1918, 
Camp Forrest, Ga.; 209th Eng. Train; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 3, 1919. 

LINN, VICTOR J., Marshalltown; aged 19; 
recruited, April 15, 1918, Q. M. Corps; 
served in France. 

LISTON, WILLIAM C, S. A. T. C, L S. 
C, Ames. 

LITTLE, ROBERT T., Detroit, Mich.; se- 
lective, July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga.; 
inducted at Detroit, as from Marshall 
county. 

LOCKER, JOHN W., Laurel, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Will Locker; aged 24, farmer; se- 
lective, April 13, 1918, Jefferson Bar- 
racks, Mo.; transferred to Camp Mac- 
Arthur, Tex.; overseas Aug. 16, 1918; 1st 
class Pvt. Co. B, 19th M. G. Bn.; active 
service about Nov. 1. 

LOCKHART, GUY W., Marshallto^TO; se- 
lective, July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga.; 
transferred to Camp Sheridan, Ala.; Cpl. 
Eng. 

LOCKHART, ROY C, Cheyenne, Wyo., son 
Mr. and Mrs. John Lockhart, Marshall- 
town; aged 28, draftsman; selective, April 
29, 1918, Camp Dodge, being transferred 
to this county; arrived overseas July, 
1918; Sergt. 

LODER, GEORGE DONALD, Marshalltown, 
son Mrs. Clara Loder; aged 22, meat in- 
spector; enlisted, veterinary reserve 
corps, Dec. 18, 1917, Chicago; acted as 
meat inspector for amiy; entered 0. T. 
S., Camp Greenleaf, Ga., Sept. 23, 1918; 
Co. 1, Vet. Corps, Med. Dept.; mustered 
out. Camp Greenleaf, Dec. 14, 1918. 



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LOGAN, FRED H., Melbourne; aged 19; 
recruited April 15, 1918; Q. M. Corps. 

LOGGAN, JESSE H., Melbourne; aged 29, 
farmer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; Co. M, 133d Inf., Camp Cody, 

N. M. 

LOMAX, ALBERT, Mt. Vernon, 111., son Mr. 
and Mrs. Lon Lomax; aged 25, farm labor- 
er; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

LONG, FRED L., Ferguson; selective, July 
24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

LONG, JOHN E., MarshalltowTi; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

LONGER, FREDERICK J., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. James W. Longer, Wash- 
ington; aged 30; recruited, June 7, 1917; 
Co. E, Hdq. Det., 7th Eng., Ft. Leaven- 
worth, Kan. 

LOPER, LIEUT. VERE V., Marshallto\\Ti, 
son Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Loper; commis- 
sioned 2d Lieut., O. R. C, Ft. Snelling, 
Minn., 1917; ordered to Camp Dodge; 
overseas Sept., 1918; Bat. A, 338th F. A. 

LORENZEN, EWALD, R. F. D., Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. Nick Lorenzen; 
aged 25, machinist; selective, Feb. 26, 
1918, Camp Dodge. 

LOUTHAN, VICTOR F., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Louthan; aged 26; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
transferred to Camp Merritt, N. J.; on 
transport when armistice was signed but 
did not sail; 1st Prov. Co., A. R. D., of 
Camp Upton, to go overseas for special 
service; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Dec. 
11, 1918. 

LOUTHAN, WILLIAM R., MarshalltowTi; 
Mrs. William R. Louthan, wife; aged 29, 
auto mechanic; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; sent to Camp Merritt, 
N. J.; on transport when armistice was 
signed, but did not sail; 1st Prov. Co., 
A. R. D., of Camp Upton; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, Dec. 11, 1918. 

LOVIG, HANS, Gilman, son Mrs. Bertha 
Lovig, Humboldt, la.; inducted, Tama, la., 
Sept. 17, 1917; sent to Camp Dodge; trans- 
ferred to Camp Cody, N. M.; overseas, 
July, 1918; Co. F, 133d Inf.; wounded in 
action. 



LUKAVISKEY, FRANK J., St. Anthony; 
aged 29, auto mechanic; selective, July 31, 
1918, Camp Forrest, Ga.; Sergt Co. C, 
209th Eng.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Feb. 1, 1919. 

LUKEHART, JESSE L., Laurel, son Mr. 
and Mrs. W. W. Lukehart; laborer; select- 
ive, April 29, 1918. 

LUKEHART, WILLIAM C, Laurel, aged 
21; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

LULL, MARTIN H., Marshalltown; Mrs. 
Martin Lull, wife; aged 30, machinist; 
selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; 
received diploma horseshoers' school; 
transferred to Camp Gordon, Va., then to 
Camp Upton, N. Y., where transferred to 
band; left for overseas May 1, 1918; 
Alsace-Lorraine sector, Argonne forest 
and Meuse offensive; 82d Div. 

LUNDE, JEROME, R. F. D. 7, Marshall- 
town; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
2n Bn., 163d Depot Bri. 

LUTES, ELMO, Gilman, selective, July 31, 
1918, Camp Forrest, Ga. 

LUTES, HARRY RUSSELL, Gilman; aged 
26; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, 
Ark.; transferred to Camp Merritt, N. J., 
and assigned to replacement division; 
ready to depart for France when armistice 
was signed; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Dec. 7, 1918. 

LUTHI, LEE W., Melbourne; selective, July 
24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

LYNCH, FRANK V., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Peter Lynch; aged 26, railway 
conductor; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Camp Cody, N. M., 
and then to Camp Dix; arrived overseas 
Oct., 1918; Sergt. Co. L, 308th Inf., 77th 
Div.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, May, 
1919. 

LYNCH, HOMER, Green Mountain; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

LYNCH, JESSE THOMAS, Green Moun- 
tain, son Mr. and Mrs. John W. Ljmch; 
aged 26, fai-mer; selective, April 29, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; transferred to Camp Travis; 
overseas about July 5, 1918, with Repl. 
troops; Argonne forest and Meuse offen- 
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LYNCH, JOHN J., Green Mountain, son Mr. 
and Mrs. John W. Lynch; aged 29, far- 
mer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, 
Ark.; transferred to Camp Sherman, O.; 
Co. L, 380th Inf.; mustered out, Dec. 10, 
1918. 

LYNK, ERNEST L., R. F. D., Marshalltown; 
aged 21, farmer; selective, Iowa State Col- 
lege, Ames, for mechanical training, Aug. 
15, 1918; Sergt. Service Park Unit 546; 
mustered out. Camp Boyd, Tex., March 28, 
1919. 

McBRIDE, BERT A., Marshalltown, aged 

23, locomotive fireman; enlisted, Ft. 
Benjamin Harrison, Ind., May 5, 1918; 
Sergt. 57th Co., T. C, 16th Div., A. E. F.; 
gassed; mustered out, Camp Sherman, O., 
April 7, 1919. 

McBRIDE, FRANK L., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. McBride; aged 24; re- 
cruited, Marshalltown, May 22, 1917; sta- 
tioned Chatanooga, Tenn., and Camp Gor- 
don, Ga.; overseas April 28, 1918; Sergt. 
bugler, 326th Inf., 82d Div.; promoted to 
assistant bandmaster; returned to U. S., 
June 6, 1919. 

McBROOM, LEWIS E., Laurel, son Mrs. 
Minnie McBroom; aged 23, farmer; re- 
cruited, Dec. 11, 1917, Coast Art. 

McCARL, Harry B., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. J. F. McCarl; aged 23; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Co. C, 
1st Inf.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 
15, 1919. 

McCLOUD, ANTHONY J., Detroit, Kan.; 
son Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McCloud; aged 

21, farmer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; 1st class Pvt. Co. C, 129th Inf., 
A. E. F.; Meuse-Argonne offensive, Ver- 
dun, army of occupation; wounded in ac- 
tion, Oct. 5, 1918; returned to U. S., May 

22, 1919. 

McCOLLOUGH, ARTHUR E., Lamoille, 
aged 30, farmer; selective. May 13, 1918, 
Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 

McCOMBS, CLARENCE G. Marshallto%\n, 
son Mr. and Mrs. G. B. McCombs; aged 

24, tinner; recruited, June 11, 1917; sta- 
tioned Ft. Riley, Kan., and Camp Dodge; 



overseas Aug., 1918; orderly in hosp. ser- 
vice, 339th F. A., 88th Div.; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, March 22, 1919. 

McCORD, ROY C, Marshalltown; M. H. S., 
'09; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; 
Co. E, 393d Eng., 88th Div.; mustered 
out, physical disability, Feb. 11, 1918. 

McCREERY, ENSIGN WORTHING COLE, 
Marshalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. R. W. 
McCreery; aged 20, student; M. H. S., '15; 
enlisted April 27, 1917, New York City, 
Newport Naval Res.; overseas Aug. 10, 
1918; ensign aerographer. 

McCUE, JESSE M., Marshalltown; enlisted 
April 17, 1917. 

McCUE, W. J., Marshalltown; enlisted; 
overseas July, 1918. 

McDERMOTT, JAMES P., Marshallto^\■n; 
enlisted as cook; stationed Ft. Logan, 
Colo. 

McDERMOTT, LAWRENCE GRAHAM, 
Marshalltown; aged 19, machinist; se- 
lective, Oct. 15, 1918, Iowa State College, 
Ames, mechanical training; mustered out, 
Ames, Dec. 12, 1918. 

McDonald, DAVID T., New Providence; 
selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

McDonald, GLENN D., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. David S. McDonald; recruit- 
ed Aug. 1, 1917; stationed Kelly Field, 
Tex.; Supply Sergt., air service mechanics 
school; mustered out March, 1919. 

McDonald, JAMES R., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McDonald; aged 25, 
clerk; enlisted, Dec. 4, 1917; stationed 
Ft. Logan, Colo., Ft. Crockett, Tex., and 
Camp Merritt, N. J.; overseas in Repl. 
Co., June, 1918; served six and one-half 
months at the front. 

McDonald, jay L., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McDonald; aged 25, 
clerk; enlisted Dec. 4, 1917; stationed Ft. 
Logan, Colo., and Ft. Crockett, Tex.; C. 
A. C; mustered out, physical disability, 
June, 1918. 

McDonald, JOSEPH, Marshalltown; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 



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McFARLAND, ALFRED H., Chariton; aged 
28, bank auditor; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; Supply Sergt., Co. M, 
3d Bn., Repl. Trn. Center; mustered out, 
Jan. 8, 1919, Camp Pike. 

McFARLAND, LELAND M., Marshalltow-n, 
son Mr. and Mrs. M. S. McFarland; se- 
lective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

McGLYNN, BERNARD, DeKalb, 111.; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

McGOWAN, CHARLES W., Boone, la.; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

McGREW, CUTLER A., MarshalltowTi, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob McGrew; aged 25, 
sign writer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; transferred to Camp Shelby, 
Miss.; Sergt. Base Hosp. No. 130; mus- 
tered out, Dec. 18, 1918. 

McGREW, ROY, Marshalltown, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Jacob McGrew; aged 23, drug clerk; 
selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; Pvt. 
4th Co., Pensacola C. A. C, Ft. Barran- 
cas, Fla.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 
2, 1919. 

McGUIRE, LIEUT. RAY FRANK, Mar- 
shalltown; Co. C, 1st Iowa Inf., on Mexi- 
can border seven months in 1918, as Reg. 
Supply Sergt.; entered O. T. S., Ft. Mon- 
roe, Va., June 20, 1918; commissioned 2d 
Lieut., Sept. 25, 1918; assigned to duty in 
coast defense, Pensacola, Fla. 

McILRATH, ROY, Haverhill, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Robert Mcllrath; selective, July 24, 
1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Pvt. Co. D, 129th 
Inf.; A. E. F. 

McINTYRE, ROY C, Albion, aged 23; in- 
ducted. Camp Dodge, March 28, 1918; 
transferred to Camp Mills, N. Y.; over- 
seas, England, May 17, 1918; trained with 
British, on Somme front; in active service 
in Alsace-Lorraine; in reserve St. Mihiel 
drive; Argonne forest, Verdun; gassed at 
Verdun; remamed in service until Nov. 10, 
when sent to hospital; sailed for U. S., 
Dec. 28, 1918; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Feb. 8, 1919. 

MacKAMAN, R. E., Marshalltown; enlisted, 
navy; stationed Naval Base Station, Nor- 
folk, Va. 



McKIBBEN, EUGENE G., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKibben; M. H. 
S., '16; enlisted in ambulance unit foi-med 
at Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa; trans- 
ferred to Allentown, Penn.; Sec. 545. U. S. 
A. A. S.; overseas, July, 1918, for service 
on Italian front; with Italian army eleven 
months; mustered out. Camp Dodge, May 
7, 1919. 

McKIBBEN, JOSEPH N., R. F. D. 1, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mc- 
Kibben; aged 25, chauffeur; recruited, 
Marshalltown, Oct. 29, 1917; Pvt. 12th 
Balloon Co.; St. Mihiel offensive, Sept. 12 
to 16, 1918; Argonne-Meuse offensive, 
Sept. 26 to Nov. 11; mustered out. Ft. 
Omaha, Neb., April 18, 1919. 

McKIM, ELZA CLIFFORD, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. P. L. McKim; aged 22; 
Marshall county selective, inducted at 
Lincoln, Neb., April 29, 1918; sent to 
Camp Dodge; transferred to Camp Fun- 
ston, Kan.; after four months training 
sent overseas; Sergt. M. G. Bn., 88th Div.; 
died of wounds received in action, Nov. 
5, 1918. 

McKIM, IVO A., Marshalltown, son Mr. and 
Mrs. F. L. McKim; aged 23; enlisted, Lin- 
coln, Neb., Feb., 1915; Cpl. Co. A, 25th 
Bn., U. S. Guards; died at Ft. Rosecrans, 
Cal., Nov. 9, 1918. 

McKINNEY, RAYMOND ROY, Albion; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

Mcknight, RALPH M., Marshallto^\^l, son 
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. McKnight; aged 23, 
nurse; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; overseas Sept., 1918; Med. Det. 
313th Ammunition Train, 88th Div., A. E. 
F.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, June, 1919. 

McLELAND, ROBERT N., R. F. D., Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mc- 
Leland; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; Co. 21, Sept. A. R. D.; over- 
seas Oct., 1918; 41st Co., 162d Inf., Hdq. 
Div., A. E. F.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, 
March 6, 1919. 

McMANUS, JAMES EDWARD, Marshall- 
town; aged 22, dentist; selective, July 24, 
1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Sergt. 63d Co., 
16th Rec. Bn.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Feb. 8, 1919. 



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MACHIN, JOHN B., LeGrand; aged 24, far- 
mer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge. 

MACK, JUSTUS PAUL, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mack; enlisted, navy, 
July 20, 1917; stationed Norfolk, Va.; as- 
signed to U. S. S. Favervilla, as engineer; 
M. M. 2d class. 

MACKEY, WILLIAM B., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Mackey; aged 26, 
teamster; selective, June 24, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Co. C, Dev. Bn. No. 1; mustered 
out, Camp Dodge, Dec. 6, 1918. 

MAHLE, ANDREW, Marshalltown, aged 
28; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; 
transferred to Camp Dix, N. J.; Supply 
Co., 133d Inf., A. E. F. 

MALLOY, HARRY E., State Center; induct- 
ed Sept. 16, 1918; stationed I. C. 0. T. S., 
Camp Pike, Ark.; mustered out, Dec. 7, 
1918. 

MALLOY, JAMES A., State Center; select- 
ive, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; 33d Po- 
lice, A. E. F. 

MALONE, ERNEST, Chicago, 111., aged 28, 
steamfitter; selective, April 29, 1918, 
Camp Dodge. 

MANGAN, JOHN F., Marshalltow-n; aged 
24, clerk; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; 1st Co., 13th Tr. and Repl. 
Bn.; Non-Com. 0. T. S.; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, Dec. 28, 1918. 

MANN, CHESTER, Green Mountain; aged 
28, farm laborer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, 
Camp Dodge; 20th Eng., A. E. F. 

MANN LEROY T., Haverhill; aged 22, far- 
mer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918; Pvt. Co. 8, 
163d Depot Brig.; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, Dec. 11, 1918. 

MANNING, JOHNSON T., Marshalltown, 
son Carrie C. Manning; aged 19; recruit- 
ed June 6, 1917; stationed Ft. Douglas, 
Ariz.; overseas March 20, 1918; Bat. B, 
10th F. A., A. E. F. 

MANWARING, FRED E., S. A. T. C, I. S. 
C, Ames. 

MANZ, ELI, Gladbrook; selective, Sept. 6, 
1918, Camp Dodge. 



MARGULIS, HARRY I., Hibbing, Minn., son 
Mrs. F. M. Lippman; aged 28, shoe sales- 
man; selective, April 29, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

MARSHALL, CLYDE M., Union, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Frank E. Marshall; aged 24; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
cook, Co. H, 1st Inf. 

MARTIN, HENRY H., Marshalltown; aged 
19, carpenter; enlisted, Ottumwa, la., June 
24, 1916; Mexican border service, 1916-17; 
Co. G, 168th Inf., 42d Div.; mustered out, 
Des Moines, physical disability, Sept. 7, 
1917. 

MARTIN, JAMES P., Marshalltown; re- 
cruited, Sig. Corps, July 3, 1918. 

MARTIN, MAURICE E., Lincoln, Neb.; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

MARTIN, ROY E., Marshalltown son Mr. 
and Mrs. T. Martin; enlisted, machinist in 
Marine Corps, May, 1917; stationed Port 
Royal, S. C; transferred to 68th Co., Ma- 
rine Barracks, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; 
transferred to 24th Co., U. S. M. C, Fish- 
erman's Point, Guantanamo Bay; trans- 
ferred to Marine flying field, Miami, Fla. 

MATSON, CHARLES, Marshalltown; aged 
29; recruited, April 26, 1908; served six 
years in C. A. C; mustered out. May 31, 
1914; re-enlisted, infantry, July 24, 1918; 
stationed Camp Pike, Ark., Ft. Moultrie, 
S. C, Ft. Mott, N. J., and Ft. Dupont, 
Del.; Sergt., Curtiss Motor Aeroplane 
Corp., Buffalo, N. Y. 

MATSON, CHARLES A , Marshallto\\'n; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

MATSON, FRANK, Marshalltown; enlisted 
as mechanic in navy, Des Moines, June 
24. 1918; stationed Great Lakes, 111. 

MATSON, GERALD E., Marshalltown; 
aged 26, draftsman; selective, Sept. 6, 
1918, Camp Dodge; Cpl. Co. M, 88th Inf., 
19th Div.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, 
Jan. 24, 1919. 

MAULSBY, CECIL G.. R. F. D. 5, Mar- 
shalltown; aged 23, mechanic; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Sergt. 
Cas. Det. No. 26, 163d Depot Brig.; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 8, 1919. 



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MAYER, AUGUST, St. Anthony, son ]Mis. 
Caroline Mayer; aged 23, hardware and 
implement dealer; selective, June 24, 
1918, Camp Dodge; 163d Depot Brig.; 
died Camp Dodge, Nov. 5, 1918. 

MAYER, ENSIGN KARL, Marshalltown, 
son Mrs. Anna Mayer; aged 23, mechani- 
cal engineer; M. H. S., '13, I. S. C; vol- 
unteered for engineering service in navy; 
took examinations for ensign's commis- 
sion, Pittsburgh, Penn., June 20, 1918; 
commissioned and ordered to Newport, R. 
I., July 7; assigned to submarine service; 
transferred to Annapolis, Md., as instruct- 
or; mustered out, Dec, 1918. 

MEAD, JAMES DONALD, R. F. D., Mar- 
shalltown; aged 10, farmer; selective, Oct. 
1.5, 1918, Iowa Strte College, for mechani- 
cal training; must3red out, Ames, Dec. 12, 
1918. 

MEAD. JOHN L., R. F. D., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. John Mead; farmer; 
R. 0. T. C, Dubuque. 

MEDHUS, TORJUS, Oilman; aged 26, labor- 
er; enlisted. Ft. Logan, Colo., Aug. 10, 
1917; 88th Aero Squadron, Kelly Field, 
Tex.; overseas March 4, 1918; 474th Aero 
Const. Squadron, Sig. Corps; mustered 
out. Garden City, N. Y., Jan. 31, 1919. 

MEECH, GEORGE, JR., R. F. D. 6, Mar- 
shalltown; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; overseas Oct. 1918; Pvt. Hda. 
Co., 129th Inf., 33d Div.; returned to U. 
S., May 22, 1919. 

MEEKER, JAMES ARTHUR, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Meeker; 
M. H. S., '17; enlisted, Des Moines, July, 
1917, navy; stationed Great Lakes, III.; 
overseas Jan. 14, 1918. 

MEICKLEY, THOMAS E., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Meickley; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; mus- 
tered out, Camp Pike, Dec, 1918. 

MEIER, ARTHUR HANS, State Center, 
son Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Meier; aged 26, 
farmer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; stationed Camp Gordon, Ga., 
Camp Pariton, N. J., and Camp Perry, O.; 
Pvt. Co. B, Prov. Ord. Brig., Erie Prov.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, March 25, 
1919. 



MEIER, BERT, Clemens; aged 24, engineer; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
Motor Tran. Corps; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, Feb. 22, 1919. 

MEISTER, NEAL E , Marshalltown; barber; 
recruited, Oct. 29, 1917; Aviation Sect., 
Sig. Corps. 

MELBERG, OLE A., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Andrew P. Melberg; aged 22, 
mechanic; recruited, Dec. 12, 1917, Aero 
Sec; stationed Kelly Field, Tex. 

MELICK, CARL EMERSON, Marshalltown; 
selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
chemical warfare service; mustered out 
Jan. 31, 1919. 

MELLIGAN. GEORGE E., Marshallto^\^l; 
enlisted, Aviation Sec; stationed Kelly 
Field, Tex. 

MELLOWS, CHARLES C, State Center, 
son Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mellows; aged 
21; recruited Aug. 2, 1918, Co. A, 2d Inf., 
19th Div. 

MELLOWS, GEORGE W., State Center, 
son Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mellows; aged 24, 
ranch foreman; enlisted, navy, Des Moines, 
Jan. 2, 1918; stationed Great Lakes, 111.; 
assigned to U. S. S. Mississippi. 

MELLOWS, PETER, State Center, son Mr. 
and Mrs. W. W. Mellows; enlisted, June 
16, 1917, Pueblo Colo.; Co. I, 1st Colo. 
N. G.; mustered out, physical disability, 
Aug. 19, 1917. 

MELTON, JOHN L., I,Iarshallto\\Ti, aged 18; 
recruited, June 24, 1918, C. A. 

MELTVEDT CARNEY, LeGrand, aged 28, 
farmer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge. 

MENDENHALL, GLEN A., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mendenhall; aged 
25, machinist; recruited Nov. 20, 1917; 
stationed Washington Univ.; overseas 
Jan.. 1918; Co. B, 1st Gas Reg.; offensive 
operations Fenenhay, Seringes, St. Thi- 
baut, Vesle, Argonne; returned to U. S., 
Feb. 2, 1919; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Feb. 24, 1919. 

MENTER, JESSE, Marshallto^\•n; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; dis- 
charged, physical disability, Aug. 5, 1918, 
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MERRITT, JAMES R., Marshalltown; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

MERRITT, WALTER ANSON, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. Mary E. Letch; 
aged 25, school teacher; selective, Feb. 26, 
1918; Camp Dodge; assigned to 33d F. A.; 
transferred to Camp Devens, Mass., Eng. 
Corps; transferred back to F. A., Camp 
Upton, N. Y.; overseas April 24, 1918; 
Argonne forest and Chateau Thierry, Bat. 
A, 304th F. A., 77th Div.; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, May 18, 1919. 

MERRYMAN, HAROLD ARTHUR, R. F. D. 
5, Marshalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. L E. 
Merryman; M. H. S., '17; stationed Ft. 
Riley, Kan., and Camp Meade, Md.; San. 
Det. 304th, F. Sig. Corps, A. E. F. 

MEYERS, EARL L., Liscomb, son Mr. and 
Mrs. T. J. Meyers; aged 26, farmer; se- 
lective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; Pvt. 
Supply Co., 59th Brig., 30th Div., A. E. F. 

MEYERS, JOHN W., Liscomb, son Mr. and 
Mrs. T. J. Meyers; aged 29, concrete fore- 
man; selective, April 5, 1918, Sweeney 
Auto School, Kansas City, Mo.; Sergt. 
Supply Co., 8th Reg., F. A. R. D.; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 11, 1919. 

MICHAELS, CLIFFORD W., Marshalltown, 
son Mrs. Cerula Michaels; M. H. S., '12; 
enlisted, navy, Norfolk, Va., Dec, 1917; 
stationed Hampton Roads; volunteered 
for service on steamer Oosterdijk; made 
one trip to France and on second voyage, 
when 750 miles at sea, Oosterdijk was de- 
stroyed in collision with U. S. S. San 
Jacinto, July 11, 1918; relieved from act- 
ive duty, Feb. 8, 1919. 

MICKLEWRIGHT, EDWARD E., Daven- 
port; aged 23, Y. M. C. A. sec'y; selective, 
Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; overseas 
Aug., 1918; Med. Det. 88th Div.; army of 
occupation; arrived in U. S., June 6, 1919. 

MIKSCHL, EDWARD C, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. John Mikschl; enlisted, 
navy, May 11, 1918; stationed Great 
Lakes, 111.; transferred to New London, 
Conn., and assigned to U. S. submarine 
No. 2; 2d class machinist's mate; sailed, 
Feb. 28, 1919, for Europe to bring German 
U-boats to America. 



MIKSCHL, FRED, MarshalltowTi, son Mr. 
and Mrs. John Mikschl; bookkeeper; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
Non-Com. 0. T. S., Sd Tm. Bn,; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 14, 1919. 

MILBERG, FRANK E., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. G. Milberg; aged 29, printer; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
transferred to Camp Merritt, N. J.; over- 
seas Nov. 1, 1918; 14th Co., Oct. Repl. 
Det., A. E. F. 

MILLER, ALPHA E., Marshalltown; aged 
26, farmer; selective, May 13, 1918, Jef- 
ferson Barracks, Mo.; overseas about 
Sept. 1, 1918; Cpl. Co. E, 7th Amm. Train, 
A. E. F.; returned to U. S., June, 1919. 

MILLER, CHARLES WILLIAM, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Miller; 
aged 23, farmer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, 
Camp Dodge. 

MILLER, FRANK, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. George Miller; selective, April 
5, 1918, Sweeney Auto School, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

MILLER, GLENN E., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Miller; M. H. S., '18; 
S. A. T. C, Grinnell College. 

MILLER, HOWARD A., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Miller; aged 24, 
printer; recruited Sept. 21, 1918; sta- 
tioned Ft. Monroe, Va., C. A. C, un- 
assigned; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Dec. 31, 1918. 

MILLER, HOWARD LESTER, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Millelr; 
aged 27, musician; enlisted, Chicago; sta- 
tioned Columbus, 0., Camp Dodge, Camp 
Merritt, N. J.; overseas March, 1918; Cpl. 
Ord. Dept., Aviation Sec, A. E. F.; mus- 
tered out, Camp Grant, 111., June 3, 1919. 

MILLER, LLOYD E., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. H. S. Miller; aged 22, student; 
M. H. S., '17; selective, April 29, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; overseas July, 1918; Co. F, 
358th Inf., 90th Div., A. E. F.; gassed, 
Oct. 31, 1918; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
May 10, 1919. 

MILLER, RALPH B., R. F. D. 1, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Miller; se- 
lective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; Co. 
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MILLER, WILLARD B., Marshallto\NTi, son 
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Miller; aged 26, tele- 
phone linesman; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; Cpl. Co. B, 219th F. S. Bn.; 
mustered out, Camp Dodge, Dec. 23, 1918. 

MILLER, WILLIAM B., Haverhill; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

MILLIGAN, GEORGE E., Marshalltown; re- 
cruited, July 31, 1917, Cavalry; had pre- 
viously served one enlistment in Cavalry. 

MILLS, BURLEY A., R. F. D. 7, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mills; aged 
18; recruited, Oct. 1, 1917, Med. Corps; 
stationed Ft. Logan, Colo., Ft. Riley, Kan., 
Camp Merritt, N. J.; Evacuation Hosp. 
No. 1, A. E. F . 

MILLS, CHANCEY R., R. F. D., Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mills; aged 
22, farmer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Camp Joseph E. 
Johnston, Fla.; Co. 29, Labor Reg., Q. M. 
C; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 11, 
1919. 

MILLS, GLENN EMERT, LeGrand, son 
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mills; aged 20; en- 
isted, navy, Nov. 5, 1917, Des Moines; 
stationed Great Lakes, 111.; assigned to 
U. S. S. Stribling; signalman on bridges; 
transferred to European waters. 

MILLS, LIEUT. MAX M., LeGrand; den- 
tist; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, 
Ark.; rejected for enlistment, Iowa City, 
June 13, 1917; commissioned 1st Lieut., 
Dental Corps, Nov., 1918; Dental Unit No. 
3, Camp Pike. 

MILNE, KENNETH T., aged 20, student; 
S. A. T. C, Coe College; discharged 
Cedar Rapids, Dec. 12, 1918. 

MILTONBERGER, LEWIS C, Marshall- 
towTi; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, 
Ark. 

MISHLOVE, WILLIAM S., Ripon, Wis., 
son Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mishlove; aged 21, 
salesman; selective, April 29, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Co. I, 1st Prov. Reg., A. E. F. 

MITCHELL, CHARLES A., Marshallto-sv.'n, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mitchell; machin- 
ist; enlisted, cavalry; Troop K, 14th Cav., 
Ft. Mcintosh, Tex. 



MITCHELL, MERRILL L., Melbourne, son 
Mr. and Mrs. David Mitchell; aged 24, 
fai-mer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; Co. E, 164th Inf.; overseas, 
Sept. 30, 1918, S. A. R. D.; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, March 22, 1919. 

MITCHELL, WALTER, Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Mary Mitchell; enlisted; Co. L, 43d 
Inf., Ft. Douglas, Ariz. 

MITTLESTADT, CLAYTON, R. F. D. 7, 
Marshalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. John 
Mittlestadt, West Union, la.; aged 20, 
fireman; selective, June 24, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

MITTLESTADT, FRANK S., Marshallto^\^l, 
Mrs. Frank Mittlestadt, wife; aged 26, 
farmer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; ti'an.'^ferred to Camp Cody, N. M.; 
overseas with 133d Inf.; Sandstorm Div.; 
wounded, machine gun bullet, between 
spine and shouder blade. 

MOLER, LYLE A., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Mark Moler; aged 21; selective, 
Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; transferred 
to Camp Cody, N. M.; overseas Oct., 1918; 
Co. A, 168th Inf., 42d Div.; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, May 16, 1919. 

MOLISON, CAPT. ROBERT C, Marshall- 
to\\Ti, Mrs. Robert C. Molison, wife; aged 
47; dentist; enlisted, Med. Res., July, 
1917; commissioned 1st Lieut., Camp 
Dodge, Nov., 1917; sanitary officer, Jeffer- 
son Barracks, Mo.; commissioned Capt., 
Med. Relief Corps, Base Hosp., Camp Up- 
ton, N. Y.; Rockefeller Institute, surgery; 
volunteered for overseas service; sailed 
Oct., 1918; returned to U. S., May, 1919. 

MOLLOY, JOSEPH H., R. F. D., Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Molloy; aged 
29, farmer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; overseas Oct., 1918; Co. P.. 
330th Inf., A. E. F.; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, Feb. 22, 1919. 

MOLLOY, ROY T., Albion; selective, Sept. 
6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

MONOHON, JOHN R., Marshalltown; aged 
26, cigar clerk; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; Cpl. Co. A, 4th Brig., 
Repl. Tr. Center; mustered out, Camp 
Pike, Ark., Jan. 4, 1919. 



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MOONEY, DALE IVAN, R. F. D. 6, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 
Mooney; aged 22, chauffeur; recruited 
Dec. 12, 1917; Cpl. Amb. Co. 253; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 7, 1919. 

MOONEY, EDWARD LYLE, Clemens, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mooney; aged 23; en- 
listed, navy, Des Moines, Dec. 11, 1917; 
stationed Great Lakes, 111.; Co. B, 2d Reg. 

MOONEY, LEO D., Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
RoUand Miller; aged 19, farmer; enlisted. 
Aviation Corps; stationed Kelly Field, 
Tex.; cook, 674th Aero Supply Squadron, 
A. S. A.; mustered out, Air Service Depot, 
Morrison, Va., Dec. 19, 1918. 

MOORE, MAJOR CHARLES O., Paris, Ida., 
son Mrs. Octavia Moore, Marshalltown; 
M. H. S., '66; enlisted June, 1917; com- 
missioned 1st Lieut., Ft. Riley, Kan., Sept. 
1917; Capt., Camp Sherman, 0., Aug., 
1918; overseas Sept. 1, 1918; Chief Med. 
Staff Base Hosp. No. 64; commissioned 
Major, May 2, 1919; returned to U. S., 
June, 1919. 

MOORE, MURRAY DEAN, Liscomb, son 
Mr. and Mrs. William Moore; aged 18; 
enlisted Bat. S, 1st Iowa Art.; transferred 
to Bat. F, 126th F. A., Camp Cody, N. M. 

MOORE, THOMAS L., Marshalltown; Mrs. 
Hazel Moore, wife; aged 28, steel metal 
worker; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; wounded in action in France. 

MORGAN, BUFORD, demons; selective, 
Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; ill when con- 
tingest left; inducted March 18; Cpl. Co. 
.58, 15th Bn., 163d Depot Brig.; mustered 
out, Jan. 26, 1919. 

MORGAN, LIEUT. MAX, Marshalltown; 
aged 24; enlisted, June 30, 1918, Ames, 
la.; O. T. S., Camp Pike, Ark.; completed 
training Nov. 29, 1918, and commissioned 
2d Lieut.; mustered out. Camp Pike, Dec. 
5, 1918. 

MORRIS, GUY H., Marshalltown; aged 28; 
enlisted, Dec. 4, 1917, rejected; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Co. A, 
Der Bn. No. 9, 162d Depot Brig. 

MORRISON, MERRILL MARION, S. A. T. 
C, I. S. C, Ames. 



MORROW, SAMUEL, Marshalltown; select- 
ive, Oct. 27, 1917, Camp Dodge; mustered 
out, physical disability, Dec. 10, 1917. 

MORSE, RUEL W., Mankato, Minn., son 
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Morse; aged 22, 
employe Standard Oil Co.; selective, April 
29, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

MOSCRIP, ROBERT PEARSON, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Moscrip; 
aged 19, chauffeur; M. H. S., '16; recruit- 
ed, Marshalltown, April 29, 1917; assigned 
to 6th Co., C. A. C, Island Oahu, Ft. 
Kamehameha, H. T.; 1st class Pvt., 1st 
class gunner, marksman; assigned to 45th 
C. A., embarkation camp, Newport News, 
Va.; graduated, 1918, specialists' school, 
Ft. Monroe, Va., rank Radio Sergt.; mus- 
tered out, Camp Dodge, Dec. 23, 1918. 

MOUTSOS, PRODOSUS V., Marshalltown; 
selective. May 13, 1918, Jefferson Bar- 
racks, Mo. 

MULCAHY, FRANK C, Melbourne; aged 
21, carpenter; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; Co. E, 138th Eng.; mustered 
out. Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind., Dec. 15, 
1918. 

MULCAHY, HARRY E., Melbourne, son Mr. 
and Mrs. J. Mulcahy; aged 23, electrician; 
selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge, 
from Avoca, la.; Co. 8, C. D. P. S., Ft. 
Worden, Wash. 

MULKINS, LIEUT. C. B., Marshalltown, 
son Mrs. Almond Swartwood; entered ser- 
vice in 1898, serving in infantry and sig- 
nal corps; commissioned 1st Lieut., Sig. 
Corps; instructing officer, Sig. Corps, 
Monmouth Park, N. J.; master electrician. 

MURDOCK, A. E., Gilman; Sig. Corps, 33d 
Div. ; overseas twelve months; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, June 1, 1919. 

MULLIN, C. E., Marshalltown; Mrs. C. E. 
Mullin, wife; enlisted, June 3, 1917, 
Omaha, Neb.; stationed Jefferson Bar- 
racks, Mo.; Ft. Riley, Kan., and Camp 
Dodge; overseas Aug., 1918; Amb. 350, 
313th San. Train, 88th Div. 

MULLIN, R. F., Marshallto\\'n; Mrs. R. F. 
Mullin, wife; 350th Amb. Co., 313th San. 
Train, 8Sth Div., A. E. F.; overseas Aug., 
1918. 



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MURRAY, EDWARD J., Dubuque, son Mr. 
and Mrs. J. B. Murray; aged 29, jeweler; 
selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

MYERS, ISAAC SHUFORD, demons, son 
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Myers; aged 23; se- 
selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge, 
sei-vice in France. 

MYERS, RAY E., Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Cordelia Myers; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, 
Camp Dodge; arrived overseas June, 1918; 
Co. E, 133d Inf.; transferred to Co. C, 
59th Inf. 

MYERS, ROY D., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. A. E. Myers; aged 24, student; 
selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; Co. 
A, Radio, 219th Field Sig. Bn.; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 23, 1919. 

NARBER, RAYMOND HARRY, Conrad, 
son Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Naruer; aged 22, 
farmer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; graduated 1st cook, Nov. 1, 
1918; mustered out, Jan. 10, 1919, Camp 
Dodge. 

NASON, ARCHIE C, Melbourne, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Stephen E. Nason; aged 27, far- 
mer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

NAUMANN, EDWARD, Marhsalltown; 1st 
class truck driver, Co. B, 163d Depot 
Brig., Camp Dodge; mustered out, 1919. 

NAUMANN, GEORGE A., R. F. D., Mar- 
shalltown; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

NEAGLE, THOMAS F., inducted at Lovilia, 
la., as from this county, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark. 

NELSON, ALFRED 0., Marshalltown; aged 
31, farmer; inducted Tama county, July 
25, 1918; Camp Gordon, Ga.; overseas 
Aug., 1918; Co. B, 323d M. G. Bn. 

NELSON, CHARLES LAFAYETTE, Lis- 
comb, son Mrs. Laura Nelson; selective, 
Camp Dodge, Aug. 26, 1918; 163d Depot 
Brig. 

NELSON, GRANVILLE IVAN, Liscomb, 
son Mrs. Laura Nelson; selective, July 26, 
1918, Camp Dodge; transferred to Camp 
Sherman, O., then to Camp Mills, N. Y.; 
overseas with Co. D, 336th Inf., 84th Div. 



NELSON, HENRY G., S. A. T. C, I. S. C, 

Ames. 

NELSON, MELVIN R., R. F. D., Marshall- 
town; aged 25, farmer; selective, limited 
sei-vice, Sept. 4, 1918, Camp Funston, 
Kan.; assigned to hospital duty; mustered 
out, Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., Dec. 21, 1918. 

NELSON, NELS, Laurel; aged 26, farm la- 
borer; selective, Sept. 5, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; service in France. 

NEWCOMER, HERBERT T., Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Newcomer; 
student; M. H. S. '16; enlisted. May 16, 
1917; stationed San Antonio, Tex., acting 
Cpl.; overseas Aug. 7, 1917; 35th Aero 
Squadron; fell 2,000 feet in aeroplane, 
June 22, 1918, fracturing skull; returned 
to America, Oct., 1918. 

NEWTON, FRED O., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. C. E. Newton; enlisted, Feb. 26, 
1915, Des Moines; stationed Great Lakes, 
111.; assigned to U. S. S. Wyoming; over- 
seas Nov. 15, 1917; assigned to H. M. S. 
Vernon to study mines and depth of 
water; later assigned to U. S. fleet in 
European waters; chief gunners' mate; 
mustered out, Norfolk, Va., Feb. 27, 1919. 

NEWVILLE, CLARENCE E., Mingo, la.; 
selective, July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga. 

NEWVILLE, WILLIAM EDGAR, Beaman, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Newville; 
aged 28, farmer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, 
Camp Dodge. 

NICHOL, JAMES K., Green Mountain; aged 
28, elevator employe; selective, Sept. 19, 
1917, Camp Dodge; discharged, physical 
disability. 

NICHOLS, HARRY ESMOND, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. L. Nichols; aged 
25; registered at Sioux City but left with 
Story county contingent, Sept. 6, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; M. G. Co., 88th Div.; trans- 
ferred to O. T. C, Camp Pike, Ark.; mus- 
tered out Nov. 29, 1918. 

NICHOLS, LOWELL DEWEY, Marshall- 
town, son Mrs. A. M. Myer; enlisted, June 
20, 1918, Pelham Bay, N. Y.; ensign 
school, officers' reserve. 



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NICHOLSON, CHARLES D., Marshalltown, 
son Mrs. G. Walter Thompson; musician; 
recruited, May 28, 1917; stationed Ft. 
Douglas, Ariz., and Camp Funston, Kan.; 
1st drummer Hdq. Co. band, 20th Inf.; 
mustered out, Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., 
Jan. 9, 1919. 

NICHOLSON, WILLIAM HERBERT, Mar- 
shalltown; aged 50; enlisted, Des Moines, 
June 24, 1918, as mechanic in navy; as- 
signed to Co. E, 12th Reg., Great Lakes, 
111.; mustered out, Nov. 25, 1918. 

NICOLOFF, SAM, Marshalltown; aged 24, 
cook; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

NIELSON, DETLEY, Marshalltown; re- 
cruited, June 13, 1917, Med. Corps. 

NIELSON, HANS K., Marshalltown; aged 
28, laborer; selective, Sept. 5, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; overseas Aug., 1918, Cpl., M. G. 
Det. 

NODLAND, FRANK C, Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Rachel Nodland; aged 22, linotype 
operator; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; cook, truck Co. 1, 313th Amm. 
Train; transferred Camp Benning, Ga., 
school small arms; first cook, mess Sergt., 
mustered out, Columbus, Ga., Dec. 24, 
1918. 

NOID, CLARENCE R., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Noid; aged 21; en- 
listed May 31, 1918; overseas Aug., 1918, 
Cpl. Motor Truck Co. 453, Supply Train 
415, A. E. F. 

NOLTA, ALVIE H., State Center, son Mr. 
and Mrs. August Nolta; aged 29, farmer; 
recruited July 25, 1918; school for cooks 
and bakers. Ft. Riley, Kan.; 276th F. H., 
19th San. Tr.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Jan. 23, 1919. 

NOLTA, HAROLD W., State Center; aged 
24, farmer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Pvt. Co. A, 88th Inf.; mustered 
out, Camp Dodge, Jan. 20, 1919. 

NORLAND, ALFRED H., Marshalltown; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

NORLAND, CLARENCE A., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norland; aged 24, 



greenhouse employe; recruited Dec. 10, 
1917; stationed Ft. Logan, Colo., Camp 
Greene, S. C, Camp Merritt, N. J.; over- 
seas May 1, 1918; St. Mihiel drive, Ar- 
gonne forest; Bat. F, 13th Co., C. A. C, 
4th Div. 

NORLAND, MAURICE B., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norland; aged 
19, clerk; S. A. T. C, Grinnell College; 
discharged, Grinnell, Dec. 11, 1918. 

NORRIS, GUY H., Marshalltown; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

NORRIS, JESSE RAY, Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Emma J. Nugent; aged 23, stenogra- 
pher; recruited May 2, 1917; Cpl. Bat. F. 
13th F. A., Ft. Bliss, Tex.; overseas June, 
1918; transferred to Med. Dept., 39th Inf., 
A. E. F. ; in reserve on French front when 
war ended; army of occupation; returned 
to U. S., July, 1919. 

NORTON, JOHN F., JR., Marshalltown; 
aged 25, locomotive fireman; enlisted, 
Chicago, June 4, 1917; sailed for France 
July 23, 1917; Co. C, 13th Eng.; with 4th 
French army. Champagne, Aug. 18 to 
Sept. 18, 1917; French 2d army, Verdun, 
Sept. 18, 1917, to Oct. 15, 1918; St. Mi- 
hiel, Sept. 12-16; Meuse-Argonne, Sept. 
26 to Nov. 11: mu«:tered out, Camp Grant, 
111., May 14, 1919. 

NOWLAND. JOHM J., State Center; aged 
22, farmer; selective, July 31, 1918, Camp 
Forrest, Ga.; wagoner, Co. C, 209th Eng.; 
mustered out, Camp Dcdge, Feb. 13, 1919. 

NUTTING, ERNEST R., Marshalltown; 
aged 24, electrician; selective, July 24, 

1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Co. F, 1st Reg., 
Q. T. R. B. N.; mustered out, Jan. 15, 

1919, Camp Dodge. 

NYCE, EARL H., Marshalltown; Mrs. Earl 
H. Nyce, wife; aged 27, assistant bank 
cashier; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; Inf. Repl. and Tr. Troops, un- 
assigned, on D. S., Inf. Cent. OflF. Tr. 
School; mustered out, Camp Pike, Nov. 

14, 1918. 

O'BRYON, C. W., Liscomb; selective, Aug. 

15, 1918, Iowa State College, Ames, for 
mechanical training. 



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O'BRYON, MURRAY C, Marshalltown; en- 
listed, St. Paul, Minn., Jan., 1918; sta- 
tioned Camp Dix, N. J.; overseas about 
March 1, 1918; Co. B, 24th Eng.; Argonne 
drive; mustered out. Camp Dodge, June 
11, 1919. 

ODLAND, JOHN, R. F. D. 3, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Odland; aged 22, 
farmer; selective, April 29, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

OEHLSEN, EMANUEL HENRY, State 
Center; U. S. N. R. P.; released from 
active duty, Dec. 30, 1918, Great Lakes, 
111. 

OEHLSEN, WALTER F., State Center; se- 
lective, July 24, 1018, Camp Pike, Ark. 

OGLE, CHARLES V., Vancleve, son Mr. 
and Mrs. H. W. Ogle; aged 22, farmer; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
3d Co., 13th Repl. and Tr. Bn.; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 10, 1919. 

OLMSTEAD, HOWELL E., R. F. D. 5, Mar- 
shalltown; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; overseas Sept., 1918; 13th Co. 
Sept. A. R. D. 

OLSEN, BENJAMIN BAYLUS, Marshall- 
towTi; Mrs. B. Baylus Olsen, wife; aged 
24, bank clerk; enlisted, navy, Des Moines, 
June 2, 1917; called to service. Great 
Lakes, Sept. 7, 1917; yeoman; mustered 
out. Great Lakes, Feb. 13, 1919. 

OLSEN, CHARLES, Marshalltown ; enlist- 
ed, San Francisco, Cal., 1915; overseas 
1918, Co. A, Eng. 

OLSEN, CHRIST, State Center; aged 2.5, 
laborer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; Pvt. 163d Depot Brig.; mus- 
tered out, Dec. 28, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

OLSON, JOHN L., Dunbar, son Mr. and 
Mrs. 0. J. Olson; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; Sergt. Co. H, 1st Inf.; 
mustered out, Jan. 15, 1919, Camp Dodge. 

OLSON, JONAS, Gilman; served in France; 
shell shock; mustered out, Camp Dodge, 
May 20, 1919. 

OLSON, LOUIE P., Marshalltown; enlisted 
as mechanic, navy, at Des Moines, June 
24, 1918; Co. 21, 12th Reg., Camp Paul 



Jones, Great Lakes, 111.; mustered out, 
Feb. 5, 1919. 

OLSON, LIEUT. TENUS, LeGrand, aged 
24, farmer; enlisted June, 1916, Buhl, Ida.; 
served on Mexican border; recalled to ser- 
vice April 8, 1917; Co. K, 2d Idaho Inf.; 
transferred to 146th M. G. Bn., Camp 
Greene, S. C; promoted to Sergt.; over- 
seas Jan., 1918; commissioned 2d Lieut., 
July 9, 1918; returned to U. S., Feb. 28, 
1919. 

OLSON, TOM S., Marshalltown; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

OLTHOFF, LEROY, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. William OlthofF; recruited May 
3, 1917; 1st class Pvt., M. G. Co., 62d Inf., 
Camp Fremont, Cal. 

OMUNDSON, L. A., LeGrand, aged 21, far- 
mer; enlisted, navy, Chicago, June 4, 1917; 
assigned to U. S. S. Susquehanna. 

O'NEIL, HUGH M., Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Jessie Hankins; aged 20, printer; recruit- 
ed Aug. 5, 1918; stationed Camp Zachary 
Taylor, Ky.; Hdq. Co., F. A. R. D.; mus- 
tered out, Camp Taylor, Dec. 30, 1918. 

OPPICE, HAROLD W., Marshalltown. son 
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Oppice; student; M. H. 
S., '12; enlisted, Chicago, May 21, 1917, 
Dent. Dept., 1st 111. Inf.; stationed Camp 
Logan, Houston, Tex., 131st U. S. N. G. 
Inf., Med. Dept.; transferred to Inst. Co. 
D., Med. Tr. Camp, Ft. Benjamin Harri- 
son, Ind.; overseas May 16, 1918; Co. C, 
124th M. G. Bn., M. D., A. E. F.; mus- 
tered out, Camp Grant, 111., May 30, 1919. 

OPPICE, ROLAND F., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oppice; aged 25; vol- 
untarily inducted. National army, Camp 
Dodge, Feb. 21, 1918; transferred to Camp 
Gordon, Ga.; overseas with 82d Div., May 
1, 1918; 1st class Pvt. and dispatch bearer, 
Co. H, 328th Inf., A. E. F.; wounded in 
action, Oct. 6, 1918; gassed; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, May, 1919. 

OSALAND, JOHN, Gilman, aged 25, far- 
mer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, 
Ark.; overseas Sept. 23, 1918; Pvt. Co. F, 
161st Inf., A. E. F.; mustered out, Camp 
Dodze, March 6, 1919. 



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OTTE, HARRY E., Marshalltown, aged 20, 
machinist; recruited Jan. 1, 1918; C. A. 
C, A. E. P.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, 
Feb., 1919. 

PAGLIA, MICHELI, Marslialltown; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

PAISLEY, ALBION W., Manchester, la.; 
selective, transferred to this county, July 
24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

PANEK, FRANK, Saratoga, N. Y.; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

PAPPAS, LOUIS, Marshalltown; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

PARK, WALTER A., Marshalltown; en- 
listed, aviation, July, 1917; stationed Kelly 
Field, Tex., training field, Americus, Ga.; 
transferred to Camp Meade, Md., to cleri- 
cal position; overseas Sept., 1918; Sergt. 
Hdq. Co., 33.3d Labor Bn., Q. M. Corps. 

PARK, WILLIAM L., Marshalltown; en- 
listed, air service, March, 1917; served 
enlistment in navy, being discharged in 
1913 becaus? of physical disability; sta- 
tioned training field, Americus, Ga.; 
transferred to Camp Meade, Md., to cleri- 
cal position; overseas Sept., 1918; Sergt. 
Hdq. Co., 333d Labor Bn., Q. M. Corps. 

PARKER, HAROLD R., Marshalltown. son 
Mrs. A. W. Hedstrum; waiter; enlisted, 
C. A., Nov., 1917; overseas July, 1918. 

PARKER, JOHN I., Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Greenheart; enlisted April 14, 1917; Bat. 
E, 18th F. A., Ft. Bliss, Tex. 

PARKER, WILLIAM G., Laurel, son Mis. 
Mary A. Gilson; enli-sted, Med. Dept.; A. 
E. F. 

PARSONS, ALVA V., State Center, son Mr. 
and Mrs. George Parsons; aged 23, far- 
mer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
Co. M, 88th Inf., 19th Div.; mustered out, 
Camp Dodga, Dec. 17, 1918. 

PARSONS, W. WARD, demons; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

PASCUZZI, FILIPPO, Marshalltown; se- 
lective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; dis- 
charged, alien, Oct., 1917. 



PATERSON, LIEUT. ARCHIE S., Marshall- 
town, son Mrs. George Downing; aged 24, 
architectural engineer; M. H. S., '13; en- 
listed, Des Moines, Feb. 10, 1918; sta- 
tioned Camps Dodge, Lee, Humphrey and 
Forrest; 1st class Pvt. 25th Co., 3d Bn., 
Repl. Eng.; commissioned 2d Lieut. Eng.; 
mustered out. Camp Forrest, Jan. 3, 1919. 

PATERSON, JAMES B., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. George Downing; aged 29, electrical 
engineer; enlisted, Pittsburgh, Penn., April 
17, 1917; stationed Monmouth Park, Little 
Silver, N. J.; Sergt. 1st class, Co. E, 1st 
Tel. Bn., S. C. U. S. R.; mustered out, 
Sept. 17, 1917. 

PATTON, LIEUT. CHARLES W., Laurel; 
Mrs. Charles W. Patton, wife; physician 
and surgeon; M. H. S., '00; enlisted Med. 
Res. 

PATTON, LIEUT. FLOYD S., Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. George Patton, 
Malcom, Minn.; aged 31; 1st Lieut. Rus- 
sian Ry. Corps, A. E. F. 

PATTON, GEORGE EARL, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. George Patton, Malcom, 
Minn.; aged 28; enlisted, St. Paul, Minn.; 
overseas Oct. 13, 1917, 92d Aero Squadron. 

PATTON, HORACE L., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Patton; aged 28, M. 
H. S., '11; enlisted, navy; stationed Great 
Lakes, 111., storekeeper; mustered out, 
April, 1919. 

PATTON, RALPH E., Marshalltown, sen 
Mr. and Mrs. George Patton, Malcom, 
Minn.; aged 24; enlisted; Co. F, 21st Inf., 
San Diego, Cal. 

PATTON, WILLIAM WYNN, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Patton; aged 
22, student, M. H. S. '15; enlisted Dec. 8, 
1917; stationed U. S. School of Military 
Aeronautics, Austin, Tex., Rice Field, 
Waco, Tex.; Det. Flying Cadets; received 
pilot's license; mustered out. Rice Field, 
Dec, 1918. 

PAUL, DAVID A., Gilman, son Mr. and 
Mrs. D. A. Paul; aged 18; recruited, Grin- 
nell, la., Sept., 1917; died in French hos- 
pital, June 8, 1918, of wounds received in 
action; lived in Jasper county, postoince 
at Gilman, Marshall county; parents now 
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PAUL, FLOYD G., R. F. D., Marshalltown; 
selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

PAUL, KREP, Marshalltow-n; selective, July 
31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga. 

PAUL, LEWIS A., Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Sarah E. Paul; aged 23, farmer; recruit- 
ed Dec. 10, 1917, C. A. 

PAUL, MYRON M., Laurel; selective, July 

24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; discharged, 
physical disability, Aug., 1918. 

PAUL, RAYMOND A., Laurel, son Mr. and 
Mrs. James L Paul; aged 24, farmer; se- 
lective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; trans- 
ferred to Camp Sevier, N. C; overseas 
summer 1918; gassed in action, Oct. 18, 
1918. 

PAULE, EDWARD, Gilman; inducted. 
Camp Grant, 111., April 9, 1918; 36th Eng., 
Ry. Trans. Personnel Dept. 

PAXSON, ORVILLE W., Melbourne, aged 

25, fanner; selective, July 31, 1918, Camp 
Forrest, Ga.; Co. B, 209th Eng., Camp 
Sheridan, Ala.; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, Feb. 3, 1919. 

PEARSE, RUPEE J., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Thomas Pearse ; landscape archi- 
tect; enlisted, Dec, 1917; stationed school 
for aviation, Columbus, 0. 

PEARSON, DONALD C, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pearson; aged 22, auto 
driver; selective, April 29, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; M. T. C. 516; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, March 28, 1919. 

PECK, HAROLD B., Marshalltown; en- 
listed, navy, Des Moines, May, 1918; Co. 
E, 4th Nav. Reg., Camp Perry, Great 
Lakes, 111. 

PECKHAM, CHARLES W., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Peckham; M. H. 
S., '16; enlisted, aero service, May 16, 
1917; stationed San Antonio, Tex.; over- 
seas Aug. 7, 1917; Sergt. 103d Aero Squad- 
ron, Lafayette Esquadrille; served en all 
fronts from North Sea to Lorraine; Cha- 
teau Thierry, Argonne forest, St. Mihiel; 
cited three times by French command; re- 
turned to U. S., March 3, 1919; traveled 
with "flying circus" thru principal cities 
in interest of Liberty Loan. 



PEGG, FLOYD WILLIAM, R. F. D. 5, Mar- 
shalltown, aged 21, fanner; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; Hdq. Co., 88th 
Inf. 

PELHAM, THOMAS B., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Eva Pelham; aged 21, chauffeur; en- 
listed, Dec, 1917, aviation section. 

PELL, LIEUT. ROY, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Daniel Pell; Ft. Sheridan, 111., 
July 17, 1917; transferred to Camp Perry, 
O.; commissioned 2d Lieut., Sept., 1918; 
sent to Loyola Univ., Chicago, as rifle in- 
structor. 

PEMBERTON, WILLIAM A., Bromley, Mo.; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

PENCE, LIEUT. LAWRENCE WALDO, 
State Center; physician; commissioned 1st 
Lieut, in Med. Res.; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, Jan. 9, 1919. 

PEPPER, FRED B., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. George B. Pepper; aged 21, 
clerk; recnjited Jan. 7, 1918, for immedi- 
ate service in France, as bricklayer; con- 
tingent mobilized at San Antonio, Tex.; 
transferred to Camp Sevier, S. C; Cpl. 3d 
Constr. Co. of Bricklayers, A. E. F., Eng- 
land; returned to U. S., Dec. 13, 1918. 

PERFECT, CLAUDE V., Marshalltown; se- 
lective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

PERFECT, HENRY G., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Perfect; selective, April, 
1918, from Sioux City, to Camp Dodge; 
overseas Sept., 1918, F. A. 

PERRIN, CHARLES NEWTON, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Perrin; aged 
24, divinity student; voluntarily inducted, 
Feb. 15, 1918, Camp Dodge; overseas Nov. 
1918; Sergt. 1st class, 104th Unit Base 
Hosp., A. E. F. 

PERRIN, JOHN W., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. D. J. Perrin; aged 23, stenog- 
rapher; selective, Sept. 5, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; Cpl. Co. F, 350th Inf., 88th Div., 
A. E. F. 

PERRY, CLARENCE R., Clemons, son Mr. 
and Mrs. E. G. Perry, Parnell, la.; aged 
29, farmer; selective, April 29, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 



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PERRY, HUBERT W., Marshalltown; se- 
lective, July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga.; 
transferred to Camp Sheridan, Ala.; Cpl. 
Q. M. Dept., U. S. R. A. office. Camp 
Sheridan. 

PERRY, RAYMOND E., Melbourne; far- 
mer; enlisted, Omaha, Dec. 5, 1917; truck 
driver. 

PERRY, THOMAS WILLIAM, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Perry; aged 
20; enlisted, navy, Des Moines, Dec. 17, 
1917; called Feb. 21, 1918, to Great Lakes, 
111.; transferred to Camp Peekskill, N. Y. 

PESHEL, ELIAS, Marshalltown; aged 18; 
recruited, June 20, 1918. 

PETERSON, ARTHUR H., Marshallto^vn, 
son Mr. and Mrs. John E. Peterson; aged 
25, farmer; recruited, Dec. 11, 1917. 

PETERSON, CHARLES, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Peterson; R. R. shop 
employe; enlisted, navy, June 24, 1918; 
reported to Great Lakes, 111., July 2. 

PETERSON, INGOLF 0., Marshalltown; 
aged 28, packer; selective, April 5, 1918, 
Sweeney Auto School, Kansas City, Mo.; 
transferred to Camp Jackson, S. C; Pvt. 
Bat. B, Motor School F. A. R. D.; mus- 
tered out, Camp Dodge, Jan. 11, 1919. 

PETERSON, MAGNUS, Marshalltown; en- 
listed, navy, Des Moines, June 24, 1918; 
stationed Great Lakes, 111. 

PETERSON, P. M., Marshalltown; bank 
clerk; enlisted, Des Moines, May 5, 1917; 
Cpl. Co. A, 43d Inf., Camp Pike, Ark.; 
instructor bayonet drill, O. T. C, Camp 
Mac Arthur, Tex.; mustered out, Dec, 
1918. 

PETERSON, PETER, Marshalltown; aged 
30, bridge carpenter; selective, Sept. 6, 
1918, Camp Dodge; Co. A, 88th Inf.; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 27. 1919. 

PETERSON, RAYMOND OLIVER, Garwin, 
la., son Mr. and Mrs. John J. Peterson; 
aged 24; selective. May 13, 1918, Jefferson 
Barracks, Mo.; transferred to Camp Mac- 
Arthur, Tex.; overseas Aug., 1918; Pvt. 
Co. K, 47th Inf.; died of wounds received 
in action, Oct. 7, 1918. 



PETRO, FRED, Marshalltown; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Sergt. 1st 
Co., 13th Repl. Bn.; sent to O. T. C. 

PETRONE, JOSEPH C, Marshalltov.-n; 
aged 25, tailor; selective, Sept. 19, 1917; 
Sergt. Hdq. Co., 163d Depot Brig.; chauf- 
feur for Gen. Plummer and subsequent 
commanders at Camp Dodge. 

PETTYS, HARVEY FRANKLIN, S. A. T. 
C, I. S. C, Ames. 

PFANTZ, ARTHUR L., State Center; aged 
21, farmer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Med. Det.; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, Feb. 20, 1919. 

PFANTZ, EARL, State Center; aged 22, 
farmer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Pvt. Co. M, 88th Inf.; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, Dec. 14, 1918. 

PFANTZ, HARLAND GEORGE, State Cen- 
ter, son Mrs. Minnie Pfantz; aged 31; se- 
lective, May 13, 1918, Jefferson Barracks, 
Mo.; transferred to Camp Mac Arthur, 
Tex.; overseas Aug., 1918; killed, Verdun 
sector, Oct. 26, 1918. 

PFANTZ, LAWRENCE FRED, State Cen- 
ter, son Mrs. Minnie Pfantz; aged 27, far- 
mer; selective, June 24, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; stationed Preado, Cal., Astoria, 
Ore.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 20, 
1919. 

PFLEIGER, ADOLPH, Marshalltown; Mrs. 
Adolph Pfleiger, wife; aged 31, clothing- 
merchant; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; I. C. O. T. S., 4th Co., 4th Bn.; 
mustered out. Camp Pike, Dec, 1918. 

PHAY', LOUIS L., Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Laura Keenan; aged 35, painter; enlisted. 
Cedar Rapids, June, 1917; sent to Ft. 
Snelling, Minn.; overseas April, 1918. 

PHELPS, HAROLD R., Marshalltown; aged 
21, farmer; selective, June 24, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

PHELPS, ROY S., Marshalltown; aged 24, 
farmer; selective. May 13, 1918, Jefferson 
Barracks, Mo.; overseas Aug., 1918. 

PHELPS, WILLIAM A., Marshallto\\-n; 
bookkeeper; released from draft to be 
specially inducted. Ft. Riley, Kan., June 
1, 1918. 



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PHILLIP, CHARLIE, Fall Branch, Tenn.; 
selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; in- 
ducted elsewhere as from this county. 

PHILLIPPI, FRANK, Ferguson, son Mr. 
and Mrs. J. H. Phillippi; aged 24; enlist- 
ed, Des Moines, spring, 1917; stationed 
Camp Pike, Ark.; discharged two months 
later, physical disability; selective, July 
24, 1918, Camp Pike; Co. C, 9th Rec. Bn. 

PHILLIPS, EARL E., Rhodes; enlisted June 

18, 1917. 

PICKARD, CLYDE, Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
W. B. Beeson; left June 1, 1918, for Camp 
Dix, N. J., to be inducted under special 
call for locomotive firemen; overseas about 
July 1, 1918; 47th Co. T. C, Perigueus, 
France; mustered out, July, 1919. 

PICKARD, KERN CHARLES, Melbourne; 
son Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pickard, New Bos- 
ton, la.; aged 26, farmer; selective, May 
13, 1918, Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 

PICKETT, EARL L., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. A. E. Pickett; aged 26; enlist- 
ed July 13, 1916, Des Moines; assigned to 
Ft. Casey; Cpl., fall 1916; Ft. Monroe., Va., 
June, 1917, radio school; Radio Sergt. and 
instructor, Ft. Worden, Wash.; overseas 
Aug., 1918, Hdq. Co., 69th C. A. C; post 
radio work in France; remained in school 
until three days prior to signing of armis- 
tice. 

PICKETT, RUSSELL WILLIAM, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Pickett 
aged 22, machinist; enlisted June 10, 1917 
stationed Schofield Barracks, Honolulu 
Cpl. and 1st class gunner, Bat. C, 9th F. 
A.; transferred to Ft. Sill, Okla. ; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, March 12, 1919. 

PICULIS, ANGELOS, Marshalltown; aged 
28, cafe manager; inducted, Clinton, la., 
July 14, 1918; sent to Mooseheart, 111., for 
concrete instruction; transferred to Camp 
Eustis, Va.; Sergt. Bat. B, 33d Reg., C. 
A. C; mustered out. Camp Eustis, Dec. 

19, 1918. 

PIKE, FRED, Marshalltown; selective, July 
31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga.; inducted else- 
where as from Marshall countv. 



PLANDER, EDWARD CHARLES, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plander, 
Sr.; aged 23; inducted New Boston, 111., 
May 1, 1918, sent to Camp Dodge; trans- 
ferred to Camp Travis, Tex.; overseas 
July, 1918; Cpl. Co. C, 357th Inf., 90th 
Div., A. E. F.; army of occupation; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, June, 1919. 

PLATZER, CHARLIE M., Marshalltown; 
aged 30; enlisted, Des Moines, May 22, 
1917; stationed Municipal Pier, Chicago; 
overseas, July 22, 1918; Co. B, 13th Eng. 

(Ry.) 

PLUMB, CLIFFORD CYRUS, Marshall- 
town; aged 21; enlisted, navy, Des Moines, 
July 20, 1918; stationed Great Lakes, 111.; 
assigned to U. S. S. Martha Wasliington. 

PODUSKA, BERNARD B., Marshallto\\-n; 
selective, Sept. 6, 1918; Camp Dodge. 

PODUSKA, CHARLES A., Marshalltown; 
recruited, April 1, 1918, Eng. 

POLAND, FLOYD D., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Poland; aged 26; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
overseas, Sept., 1918, with Co. C 1st Repl. 
Reg. 

POLLY, EARL T., R. F. D. 6, Marshall- 
town: aged 29, farmer; selective, April 29, 
1918, Camp Dodge; Hdq. Co. 339th Inf.; 
mustered out, physical disability, May 18, 
1918. 

PORTER, EDMOND CLYDE, R. F. D. 5, 
Marshalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. Edmond 
L. Porter; recruited, Marshalltown, Oct. 
25, 1917; stationed Ft. Omaha and New- 
port News, Va.; 11th Balloon Co., Sig. 
Corps, A. E. F. 

PORTZ, CLARENCE SYLVESTER, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. John Portz; 
aged 24, expressman; selective, Feb. 26, 
1918, Camp Dodge; Pvt. Supply Co., 118th 
Inf., 30th Div., A. E. F.; Ypres sector, 
July 12 to Sept. 6, 1918; Somme offensive, 
Sept. 25 to Oct. 20; West Bellicourt (broke 
Hindenburg line), Sept. 25-27; Bellicourt, 
Sept. 29-30; Montbehain (Hindenburg 
switch), Oct. 6-7; Brancourt, Oct. 8; North 
Bohain, Oct. 9; Vaux Andigany, Oct. 10; 
LeSelle river, Oct. 17; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, April 10. 1919. 



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PORTZ, LEO J., Marshalltown; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; dis- 
charged, Aug., 1918. 

POSE, EDWARD, Webster City; aged 23, 
butcher; selective, April 5, 1918, Sweeney 
Auto School, Kansas City, Mo.; trans- 
ferred to Camp Jackson, S. C, then to 
Camp Custer, Mich.; Co. E, 14th Am. 
Train; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 
7, 1919. 

POTTER, LONKY V., Battle Creek, Mich.; 
inducted into service in Michigan, as from 
Marshall county, April 29, 1918. 

POTTS, HARRY F., Chapman, Kan.; se- 
lective, July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga.; 
inducted elsewhere as from Marshall 
county. 

POWERS, DONALD L., Ferguson; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

POWERS, HARRY ELMER, Liscomb, son 
Mrs. Elizabeth Powers; aged 25; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; trans- 
ferred to Camp Merritt, N. J.; overseas 
Oct., 1918; died of disease, in France, 
Nov. 3, 1918. 

PRICE, MARION LEE, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Price; aged 19, book- 
keeper; M. H. S. '15; enlisted April 23, 
1917; C. A. C; stationed Ft. MacArthur, 
Cal.; overseas Dec, 1917; 3d Bat. Anti- 
aircraft Div., A. E. F.; transferred to 
School Det., Anti-aircraft Art.; 1st class 
gunner; Sergt. 

PRICE, WILLIAM EDGAR, Marshalltown; 
aged 37; enlisted, navy, Des Moines, June 
25, 1918; machinist mate 2d class, N. S. 
N. R. F., Great Lakes, 111.; mustered out. 
Great Lakes, Jan. 1, 1919. 

PRIGGE, ROBERT W., Marshalltown; en- 
isted, navy, June, 1918; Great Lakes, 111. 

PROBST, FRANK A., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. W. M. Riley; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; 1st Co. 1, A. R. D., 
overseas Oct., 1918. 

PROBST, GEORGE W., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. W. M. Riley; aged 28; in army most 
of the time after his 18th birthday; last 



enlistment, Minneapolis, 1916; assigned 
23d Co., G. S. I., Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; 
Sergt.; sent to O. T. S., Camp Grant; 
killed in fall from train, while en route, 
near Litchfield, 111., Nov. 12, 1918. 

PROBST, HERBERT A., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Theresa Probst; cook; selective, June 
24, 1918, Camp Dodge; Co. L, 350th Inf.; 
discharged, physical disability. Camp 
Dodge, July 6, 1918. 

PROCTOR, BEVERLY, Marshalltown; Mrs. 
Beverly Proctor, wife; aged 28; selective, 
Oct. 27, 1917, Camp Dodge; Pvt. Co. A, 
336th Inf.; died. Camp Dodge, Nov. 17, 
1918. 

PROPP, LEWIS EDWARD, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Fred Propp; selective, 
Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; overseas 
Sept., 1918. 

PROPST, CHARLES M., Marshalltown; 
aged 53; recruited April 1, 1918; stationed 
Laurel, Md., for service in inland water- 
ways as carpenter; overseas July, 1918; 
Sergt. Co. B, 57th Eng.; given honor by 
A. E. F. organ, "Stars and Stripes," with 
being second oldest man in A. E. F. 

PROPST, HERMAN, State Center, son Mr. 
and Mrs. William Propst; aged 21; select- 
ive, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; trans- 
ferred to Camp Beauregard, La.; died at 
Camp Beauregard, Oct. 15, 1918. 

PSENICKA, RALPH, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Psenicka; aged 22, 
railway clerk; recruited, Eng. Corps, June 
2, 1917; Cpl. Co. G, 4th Eng., Vancouver 
Barracks, Wash.; A. E. F.; under heavy 
fire on Vesle river. 

PSENICKA, WILLIAM, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Psenicka; aged 21; 
recruited July 22, 1918; stationed Ft. Lo- 
gan, Camp Eustis and Newport News; 
overseas Nov., 1918; Bat. E, 45th C. A. C. 

PURSEL, ERWIN O., Marshalltown, son J. 
W. Pursel; aged 29, furnace finisher; 
waived deferred classification to go with 
draft contingent of Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; transfeiTed to Camp Shelby, 
Miss.; died at Camp Shelby, Oct. 12, 1918. 



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PURSEL, JOHN W., JR., Marshalltovvn, son 
J. W. Pursel; enlisted, Chicago, Nov. 13, 
1917; stationed Columbus Barracks, O.; 
overseas April 13, 1918; Co. C, 23d Eng., 
A. E. F.; mustered out, Camp Grant, 111., 
June 24, 1919. 

PURSEL, MYRON, Marshalltown, son J. W. 
Pursel; enlisted naval reserve; ordered to 
Norfolk, Va.; transferred to Philadelphia 
to assist training recruits; assigned to U. 
S. S. Wyoming, gunner; witnessed surren- 
der German battle fleet, Nov. 21, 1918. 

PUTNAM, GEORGE EDGAR, Laurel; aged 
21; reci-uited. May 31, 1918; stationed Ft. 
Logan, Camp Joseph E. Johnston and 
Newport News; overseas July 28, 1918; 
attached Supply Dept., Paris. 

PYLE, HAROLD L., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. W. M. Pyle; aged 25, electrician; 
recruited Aug. 3, 1918; specially inducted 
Co. A, 213th F. S. Bn., Camp Lewis, 
Wash.; 1st class Sergt.; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, Feb. 8, 1919. 

PYLE, RALPH H., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. W. M. Pyle; recruited Feb. 3, 
1917; stationed Ft. Sam Houston, Tex.; 
overseas Nov. 6, 1918; Co. A, Repair Unit 
No. 312, Motor Trans. Corps. 

QUAM, OBERTH G., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Andrew Hanson; aged 19; recruited 
March 17, 1916; stationed Ft. Winfield 
Scott, Cal.; transferred to Camp Funston, 
Kan.; Bat. E, 44th Sec, A. E. F. 

QUICK, FRANK A., Marshalltown; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

QUICK, SIE, Marshalltown, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Frank Quick; laborer; selective, 
April 29, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

QUIGLEY, GLEN EDWARD, Gilman, son 
Mr. and Mrs. George Quigley; aged 22, 
farmer; selective, May 13, 1918, Jeffer- 
son Barracks, Mo. 

QUILLIN, BAY, Albion; selective, July 24, 
1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

RACE, HAROLD L., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. W. B. Race; aged 24, real estate 
dealer; recruited Aug. 1, 1917; overseas 
Nov., 1917; 90th Aero Squadron; St. Mihiel 
offensive (Corps Troops), Sept. 12-16; Ar- 
gonne-Meuse (Corps Troops), Sept. 26 to 



Nov. 11, 1918; mustered out, Mitchell 
Field, L. L, June 18, 1919. 

RAISBECK, BURT F., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Raisbeck; recruited 
May 2, 1917; Co. C, 62d Inf., Presidio, 
Cal. 

RALLS, HAROLD G., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Ralls; aged 24; re- 
cruited Feb. 18, 1918; stationed Camp 
Dodge and Camp Upton; overseas about 
May 1, 1918; Cpl. Co. G, 131st Inf., A. E. 
F.; Somme valley, Le Mort Homme, Ar- 
gonne forest, Meuse river and Woevre 
region; gunshot wound in heel; died of 
disease in France, Oct. 22, 1918. 

RALLS, WILLIAM EDGAR, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Ralls; aged 29, 
lathe hand; inducted, Rockford, 111., June 
15, 1918; A. E. F., Oct. 7, 1918, to June 
1, 1919; Pvt. A. S. Corps, B. & S. Det. D. 
G.; mustered out, Camp Lee, Va., June 
5, 1919. 

RAMIGE, ELDON A., Marshalltown, son 
Rev. and Mrs. S. N. Ramige; recruited 
Feb. 28, 1918; stationed Vancouver Bar- 
racks, Wash.; Cpl. Aviation Sect., S. C; 
mustered out Dec. 28, 1918. 

RAMSEY, YUILLE WARD, S. A. T. C, 
Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

RANK, HARRY E., R. F. D. 7, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Rank; aged 
18, laborer; enlisted. Ft. Logan, Colo., 
Jan. 6, 1918; stationed San Antonio, Tex., 
and Columbia, S. C; assigned to training 
recruits; Pilot 41st Balloon Co., Air Ser- 
vice; mustered out. Air Sei-vice Depot, 
Morrison, Va., Dec. 14, 1918. 

RASMUSSEN, HENRY" A., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Hans Rasmussen; aged 
24, farmer; selective, April 29, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; overseas Aug., 1918; Co. L, 351st 
Inf., 88th Div. 

READOUT, THOMAS M., R. F. D., Mar- 
shalltown; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

REESE, JAMES L., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Frank Reese; enlisted, navy, 
Des Moines, May 3, 1918; sent to Great 
Lakes, 111.; assigned to transport Aga- 
memnon as 2d class seaman, June 4, 1918. 



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REED, WAYNE F., Green Mountain; se- 
lective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

REED, WILLIAM S., Marshalltown ; aged 
37; recruited May 28, 1918. 

REISINGER, ROY R., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Adam Reisinger; aged 25, chauf- 
feur; recruited, gas and flame, Nov. 20, 
1917; overseas Jan., 1918; Co. B, 1st Gas 
Reg., A. E. F., Dec. 26, 1917, to Feb. 2, 
1919; Vesle, Aug. 19, 1918; Argonne and 
Meuse, Sept. 26 to Nov. 11, 1918; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 20, 1919. 

REYNOLDS, DONALD D., Marshalltown; 
aged 24, banker; inducted Hampton, la., 
as from this county, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; Sergt. Major, Hdq. Det., Camp 
Pike; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 28, 
1919. 

RHODES, GLENN WESLEY, New Provi- 
dence; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, 
Ark. 

RICE, FORREST, Green Mountain, son Mr. 
and Mrs. A. H. Rice; recruited May 6, 
1918, C. A. 

RICE, WILLIAM E., Green Mountain, son 
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rice; enlisted. 

RICH, CLARENCE W., Marshalltown; Mrs. 
C. W. Rich, wife; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark. 

RICHARDS, E. M., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. A. S. Richards; enlisted, navy, 
reporting to Great Lakes, 111., Jan. 1, 1918; 
served with various bands of naval re- 
serve; musician. Admiral's band, Hobo- 
ken, N. J.; mustered out, Hoboken, Jan., 
1919. 

RICHARDS, J. H., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. A. S. Richards; enlisted, navy, 
Des Moines; reported Great Lakes, 111., 
Jan. 15, 1918; sent to Dumvoody Institute, 
Minneapolis; transferred to Harvard Ra- 
dio School, graduating Nov. 7, 1918; as- 
signed to service Brooklyn Barracks; 3d 
class (R. 0.) N. R. F.; released armed 
draft detail. Navy Yard, New York, Jan. 
23, 1919. 

RICHARDS, CAPT. REUBEN FRANCIS, 
State Center, son Mr. and Mrs. William 



G. Richards; aged 30, teacher; enlisted; 
stationed Ft. Snelling, Aug. 27, 1917; O. 
T. C; transferred to Jackson Barracks, 
La., Capt. C. A. C. 

RICHARDS, VERNON L., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Richards; select- 
ive, April 5, 1918, Sweeney Auto School, 
Kansas City, Mo.; mustered out, physical 
disability. 

RICHARDS, WAYNE, State Center, son 
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Richards; band, 88th 
Div., A. E. F.; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, Feb., 1919. 

RICHARDSON, CLEON, MarshalltowTi, son 
Mrs. E. Griswold; aged 16, farmer; en- 
listed; stationed Ft. Logan and Camp 
Pike; Co. B, 43d Inf. 

RICHARDSON, HAROLD J., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Richardson; R. O. 
T. C, Dubuque; mustered out. Camp Pike, 
Ark., Dec, 1918. 

RICHARDSON, LEONARD C, enlisted, 
navy, Des Moines, April 27, 1918; sta- 
tioned Camp Logan, 111., then sent to Vir- 
ginia Beach, Va.; transferred to Caldwell, 
N. J. 

RICHESON, OZRO L., State Center; aged 
21; recruited, Med. Corps, May 25, 1918. 

RICHMOND, WALTER E .,Rhodes, aged 21, 
farmer; enlisted April 22, 1917; stationed 
Ft. Miley, Cal.; A. E. F., June 28, 1918, to 
Jan. 1, 1919; bugler, Hdq. Det., 30th Art. 
Bri.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 25, 
1919. 

RICK, LORENZO TIPTON, Cincinnati, la., 
son Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rick; aged 23, 
farmer; selective, April 29, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

RICKERSON, MERLE L., Marshallto\TO; 
recruited April 12, 1917. 

RIDGWAY, LEE, Rock Island, 111.; select- 
ive, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; inducted 
elsewhere as from this county. 

RIEMENSCHNEIDER, LAWRENCE, State 
Center, son Mr. and Mrs. George Riemen- 
schneider; aged 22, chauffeur; recruited, 
Dec. 8, 1917, aviation sect. 



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RIEMENSCHNEIDER, LENOR L., State 
Center; aged 27, farmer; selective, July 
31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga. ; wagoner Co. 
C, 211th Eng-., Camp Meade, Md.; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 6, 1919. 

RIEMENSCHNEIDER, ROBERT, State 
Center; aged 21; recruited May 31, 1918, 
C. A. 

RIEMENSCHNEIDER, WALTER A., State 
Center, son Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Riemen- 
schneider; aged 24, farmer; selective, Feb. 
26, 1918, Camp Dodge; wounded in action 
in France. 

RIST, HAROLD E., Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
I. S. Rist; student; enlisted, Ottumwa, la., 
Oct. 19, 1917; stationed Camp Meade, Md.; 
overseas Feb., 1918; Pvt. Co. A, 27th Eng., 
A. E. F. 

RITTER, HARRY E., Maishalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. F. W. Ritter; aged 31, stenog- 
rapher; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 

, Pike, Ark.; sent to O. T. S.; mustered out, 
Camp Pike, Dec. 2, 1918. 

RITTER, LOUIS A., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. F. W. Ritter; aged 28, clerk; re- 
cruited, aviation, Dec. 3, 1917; stationed 
San Antonio, Tex., and Fairfield, 0.; Aero 
Squadron 678; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
March 4, 1919. 

RIZOS, MICHAEL P., Marshnlltown, aged 
26, candy merchant; selective, July 24, 
1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Cpl. Cas. Det., 
163d Depot Biig.; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, Jan. 10, 1919. 

ROADHOUSE, LIEUT. COLIN S., Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. Colin Road- 
house; enlisted, aviation; flying cadet, 
Ellington Field, Houston, Tex.; commis- 
sioned 2d Lieut., June 5, 1919; relieved 
from active service, June, 1919. 

ROBBINS, LEONARD E., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Robbins; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Sergt. 
cooks and bakers school. Camp Pike. 

ROBBINS, WILLIAM E., Redfield, S. D.; 
transferred to Marshall county and in- 
ducted into service, Jeft'erson Barracks, 
Mo., March 11, 1918, Coast Art. 



ROBERTS, LIEUT. JUNIUS S., Marshall- 
town; Fied Art.; overseas July, 1918. 

ROBERTS, KENNETH, Marshalltown; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

ROBERTSON, FLOYD, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. A. Robertson; enlisted; sta- 
tioned Call Field, Tex.; 198th Aero Squad- 



ROBERTSON, JAMES, Des Mcines; limited 
service; inducted as from this county, 
Aug. 29, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

ROBINSON, GUY ALMER, Marshalltown; 
aged 24, druggist; recruited, Aug. 6, 1917, 
Med. Off. Training Camp, Ft. Riley, Kan.; 
overseas April 1, 1918; Sergt. IMed. Dept., 
U. S. Base Hosp. 

ROBINSON, HARRY EARL, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Ray G. Robinson; aged 
23, baker; recruited Dec. 17, 1917; sta- 
tioned Ellington Field and Kelly Field, 
Tex.; wireless operator (radio). Aviation 
Sect.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 6, 
1919. 

ROBINSON, HARRY O., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson; aged 27; 
vountarily inducted. Camp Dodge, Jan. 14, 
1918; overseas Aug., 1918; Co. A, 313th 
M. P., 88th Div., A. E. F. 

ROBINSON, RALPH LEE, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson; aged 25; 
selective, Sept. 5, 1917, Camp Dodge; Cpl. 
l.st Co., M. P., 88th Div.; overseas Aug., 
1018; promoted to Sergt.; returned to U. 
S., June, 1919. 

ROBISON, WILLIAM RUSSELL, Lamoille; 
enlisted, navy, Kansas City, Mo., May, 
1918. 

RODERMEL, MARTIN J., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Rodermel; aged 
31, mail carrier; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; Cpl. Inf. Repl. and Tr. 
Camp, unassigned, on D. S., Inf. C. O. T. 
S.; mustered out. Camp Pike, Nov. 30, 
1918. 

ROE, OTIS M., Marshalltown; enlisted, 
navy, Des Moines, June, 1917; stationed 
Camp Perry, Great Lakes, 111.; Co. E, 24th 
Reg.; assigned to U. S. transport DeKalb. 



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ROGERS, CHARLES B., Marshalltown; 
Mrs. C. B. Rogers, wife; enlisted, railway 
engineers; stationed at Vladivostok, Rus- 
sia, A. E. F. 

ROHDE, EARNEST C, State Center, son 
Mrs. Barbara Rohde; aged 29, machinist; 
enlisted, Des Moines, July 28, 1917; in- 
ducted, Ft. Logan, Colo., Aug. 1; stationed 
Kelly Field, Tex.; transferred to Camp 
Zachary Taylor, Ky.; Sergt. Bat. A, 1st 
Reg. F. A. R. D.; mustered out, Camp 
Taylor, Dec. 13, 1918. 

ROHRER, BLAINE CLINTON, Melbourne, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rohrer; aged 24, 
farmer; enlisted, Ft. Logan, Colo., June 
11, 1917; transferred to Schofield Bar- 
racks, Hawaii; Pvt. Troop K, 4th Cav., 
sharpshooter; mustered out, McAllen, 
Tex., May 17, 1919. 

ROKES, GEORGE W., Beaman, son Mr. 
and Mrs. R. B. Roakes; aged 24, farmer; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
transferred to Camp Sherman, 0.; mount- 
ed orderly, Hdq. Co., 380th Inf.; mustered 
out, Camp Sherman, 0., Dec. 12, 1918. 

ROLSTON, ALBERT, Albion, son Mr. and 
Mrs. H. L. Rolston; aged 21, student; en- 
listed, Kansas City, Mo., veterinarians' re- 
serve, Feb., 1918. 

ROOK, DELBERT C, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Walker Root; aged 23, 
chauffeur; enlisted Dec. 5, 1918; stationed 
Presidio, Cal.; overseas July, 1918; 62d 
Reg., C. A. C; mustered out, Camp Dodge, 
March, 1919. 

ROOK, WILLIAM, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Walker Rook; aged 24, laborer; 
enlisted June 24, 1918; stationed Camp 
Dodge; arrived overseas July, 1918; Co. L, 
350th Inf., 88th Div.; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, June 6, 1919. 

ROSEBURROUGH, RAY D., State Center, 
aged 24, chauffeur; enlisted Dec. 12, 1917; 
stationed Hempstead, L. I.; 680th Aero 
Squadron. 

ROSEBURROUGH, WALTER F., demons, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Bert Roseburrough; 
aged 23, barber; selective, June 24, 1918, 
Camp Dodge. 



ROSEN, HAROLD B., Marshalltown; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; mus- 
tered out, Dec, 1918. 

ROSENGREN, ARHILD E., Marshalltown; 
aged 29, teamster; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; overseas Sept. 22, 1918; 
Co. C, Prov. Eng. Det., A. E. F. 

ROSS, CHARLES H., Marshalltown; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

ROTHROCK, ALBERT W., S. A. T. C, Cor- 
nell College, Mt. Vemon, la. 

ROWE, JOSEPH H., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. C. B. Rowe, Dallas Center, la.; 
aged 25, automobile dealer; enlisted Dec. 
8, 1917, O. T. S., Ft. Omaha, Neb.; trans- 
ferred to Berkeley, Cal.; graduated from 
ground school; mustered out Dec, 1918. 

ROWLEY, LIEUT. DEAN O., Union; cloth- 
ing clerk; served on Mexican border with 
Guard company from Mason City, la.; en- 
tered O. T. C, Ft. Snelling, Minn., Aug. 
27, 1917; served with A. E. F., in France. 

RUBEE, KENNETH L., R. F. D. 5, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rubee; 
aged 22; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; overseas, with Co. 12, Sept. 
A. R. D., Oct. 3, 1918; assigned to base 
signal school for training; 116th Field 
Sig. Bn. 

RUCKER, MONT. A., Marshalltown; press- 
man; chief quartermaster, U. S. S. Mc- 
Neill, submarine chaser. 

RUDY, JOHN, Liscomb; selective, Oct. 15, 
1918, Iowa State College, mechanical 
training; discharged, physical disability, 
Nov. 12. 

RUNNER, ARTHUR, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Runner; selective, 
from Toledo, la., July 29, 1918, to Camp 
Gordon, Ga. ; overseas with Inf. Repl. Unit, 
Sept., 1918; Co. K, 316th Inf., 79th Div.; 
mustered out, Camp Dodge, June, 1919. 

RUNNER, CHARLES WESLEY, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Runner; 
aged 18; enlisted March 18, 1918, C. A.; 
stationed Ft. Flagler, Wash., Co. 14, C. 
A. C; died, Ft. Flagler, April 28, 1918. 



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RUOPP, ALBERT JOHN, Marshalltown; 
selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; Co. 
56, 163d Depot Brig. 

RUSSELL, DAVID, Marshalltown; enlisted, 
Des Moines, June 24, 1918, as mechanic 
in navy; stationed Great Lakes, 111. 

RUTH, GEORGE BYRON, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Ruth; student, 
M. H. S. '15; enlisted, Amb. Corps, Prince- 
ton, N. J., May, 1917; overseas in May, 
1917, serving throughout the war with 
French ambulance service; S. S. U. 624, 
Convois Automobile, A. E. F.; returned 
to U. S., April 20, 1919; mustered out. 
Camp Dix., N. J., April, 1919. 

RUTH, MARSHALL WILLARD, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Ruth; stu- 
dent; S. A. T. C, Univ. of Wis.; trans- 
ferred to Inf. O. T. S., Camp Grant, 111.; 
Co. 5, 2d Bn., Inf. 

RUTHERFORD, STEPHEN W., Davenport; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

RYAN, LLOYD J., Melbourne; selective, 
April 5, 1918, Sweeney Auto School, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 

RYDER, EARL R., Marshalltown, son Frank 
J. Ryder; aged 28, clerk; enlisted, Q. M. 
Dept., Aug. 20, 1917; stationed Ft. Riley, 
Kan., and Camp Dodge. 

RYDER, HUBERT M., Marshalltown, son 
Frank J. Ryder; aged 16, student; enlist- 
ed, M. C, Jan., 1917, Chicago; assigned to 
94th Co., 7th Reg., Guantanamo Bay, 
Cuba; transferred to San Juan Hill, San- 
tiago, Cuba; trumpeter. 

SALINGER, ALFRED W., St. Anthony, son 
Mr. and Mrs. John Salinger; selective, 
Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; arrived over- 
seas July, 1918. 

SALOMON, KARL, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Herman S. Salomon; aged 22, 
machinist; selective, Sept. 5, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; assigned to 313th Eng.; trans- 
ferred to Camp Hancock, Ga.; returned to 
Camp Dodge; Co. C, 219th F. S. Bn.; mus- 
tered out, Camp Dodge, Jan. 23, 1919. 

SANDERS, VON, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. F. M. Sanders; enlisted, Detroit, 
Mich., air sei-vice, Feb., 1918; stationed 



Love Field, Dallas, Tex.; mustered out, 
Love Field, June, 1919. 

SANDLIN, CHARLEY N., Beaman, son Mr. 
and Mrs. H. Sandlin; enlisted, navy, Des 
Moines, May 4, 1918; stationed Great 
Lakes, III., and Newport, R. I.; on guard 
duty Blackwell Island; transferred to ex- 
perimental station. New London, Ct. 

SAVAGE, JAMES, Marshalltown, aged 25, 
fami laborer; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; 163d Depot Brig.; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, Dec. 30, 1918. 

SAWYER, THEODORE MYRON, LeGrand, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sawyer; aged 
25, merchant; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; overseas Sept., 1918; 
Central Records Office, Bourges, France, 
A. E. F. 

SCHAAK, JOHN J., Marshalltown; enlisted 
Dec. 12, 1917; stationed Camp Dodge and 
Camp Hancock<Ga.; overseas July 1, 1918; 
2d Co., 4th Ord. Bri., Repair Shops Dept. 
A. E. F. 

SCHAPER, ERNEST ALBERT, Rhodes, 
aged 25, farmer; selective. May 13, 1918, 
Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; transferred to 
Camp MacArthur, Tex.; overseas Aug., 
1918, with 3d Prov. Co. 

SCHAPER, WILLIAM E., State Center; se- 
lective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

SCHATZMAN, JOHN B., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob John Schatzman, 
Neenah, Wis.; aged 26, Ry. foreman; se- 
lective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; trans- 
ferred to Camp Grant, 111.; Sergt. Co. B, 
Eng. Corps. 

SCHEID, LEONARD, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scheid; enlisted 
June 11, 1917; stationed Ft. Riley, Kan., 
and Camp Dodge; overseas Aug., 1918; 
Sergt. Med. Det. 339th F. A., 88th Div.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 8, 1919. 

SCHELKER, CHARLIE A., Rhodes, son Mr. 
and Mrs. J. G. Schelker; aged 23, farmer; 
selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

SCHELKER, WILLIE, Rhodes, son Mr. and 
Mrs. J. G. Schelker; laborer; selective, 
June 24, 1918, Camp Dodge. 



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SCHIEBEL, ARTHUR H., Marshalltown; 
Mrs. A. H. Schiebel, wife; selective, Sept. 
6, 1918, Camp Dodge; transferred to Camp 
Johnston, Fla.; Co. 4, Shop Reg. 

SCHILLING, JOSEPH THEODORE, State 
Center, son Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Schilling; 
aged 24, electric supply salesman; enlist- 
ed, navy, Des Moines, July 17, 1918; U. S. 
naval auxiliary reserve; stationed 0. T. S., 
New York, and Pelham Bay; mu.stered out 
Dec. 13, 1918. 

SCHILLING, WILLIAM TRAVIS, State 
Center, son Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Schilling; 
aged 19, student; naval auxiliary reserve, 
I. S. C, Ames; mustered out Dec. 20, 1918. 

SCHMIDT, JUSTUS, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. C. F. Schmidt; aged 22, clerk; 
selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; ar- 
rived overseas Aug., 1918; Sergt. Co. B, 
337th M. G. Bn., 88th Div.; mustered cut. 
Camp Dodge, June, 1919. 

SCHNEIDER, CHARLES J., Melbourne; 
aged 27, auto driver; inducted, April 25, 
1918; wagoner, 118 Hdq. Mote, Ft. Riley, 
Kan.; served in France; St. Mihiel, Cha- 
teau Thierry, Verdun, Argonne. 

SCHNEIDER, FRANK H., Melbourne; se- 
lective, July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga. 

SCHNOOR, ERNEST C, Laurel, aged 26, 
auto mechanic; selective Feb. 26, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; transferred to American 
Univ.; overseas May 26, 1918; Cpl. 42d 
Eng. 

SCHNOOR, WILLIAM F., Laurel; enlisted, 
S. A. T. C, as mechanic, Nov. 4, 1918, I. 
S. C, Ames; Co. B, Sec. B. 

SCHOENHUT, ROY, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. F. J. Schoenhut; aged 22, lino- 
type operator; enlisted, Clinton, la.. May 
7, 1917, in 1st I. N. G.; stationed Camp 
Cody, N. M., one year; transferred to Ft. 
Sill, Okla., then to Camp Upton, N. Y.; 
overseas Oct., 1918; Sergt. Hdq. Co., 126th 
F. A.; sailed on Kashmir, which collided 
at sea with Otranto, and almost foundered; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 20, 1919. 

SCHOTT, LIEUT. JOSEPH G., Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. George F. Schott; 



commissioned 2d Lieut. Eng. Corps, Oct., 
1918; overseas seventeen months; mus- 
tered out, Camp Lewis, Wash., March, 
1919. 

SCHRADER, ARMSTRONG, Marshalltown; 
recruited Sept. 27, 1917, cooks and bakers. 

SCHULZE, OTTO, State Center; aged 25, 
farmer; selective, June 24, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; 1st class Pvt., Co. L, 350th Inf., 
88th Div.; A. E. F., Aug. 15, 1918, to Jan. 
9, 1919; mustered out, Jefferson Bar- 
racks, Mo., Jan. 28, 1919. 

SCHULTZ, ARTHUR E., Liscomb, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Charles Schultz; enlisted, July 
31, 1917, baker company; Baker Co. 44, 
Ft. Jay, N. Y. 

SCHULTZ, FRITZ, Gilman, aged 25, far- 
mer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, 
Ark.; overseas Sept., 1918; 17th Inf., A. 
E. F. 

SCHUPBACK, ERNEST, Melbourne; aged 
28, fai-mer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; P^'t. Supply Co., 329th Inf.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 12, 1919. 

SCOTT, CLARENCE M., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Knute Scott; aged 19; en- 
listed, navy, Des Moines, April, 1917; sta- 
tioned Great Lakes, 111.; assigned to U. 
S. S. Leviathan; transferred to U. S. S. 
Wyoming; 2d gunner's mate, 1st class fire- 
man; witnessed surrender German grand 
fleet, Nov. 21, 1918; with escort to Presi- 
dent Wilson to France; mustered out, 
July, 1919. 

SCOTT, OTIS M., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Knute Scott; aged 21, machinist; 
enlisted. Ft. Logan, Colo., June 29, 1917; 
Schofield Barracks, Honolulu, H. T.; trans- 
ferred to Ft. Sill, Okla.; Pvt. 1st class, 
Bat. A, 9th F. A.; mustered out. Ft. D. A. 
Russell, Wyo., March 31, 1919. 

SCOTT, W. WINFIELD, Marshalltown, son 
Rev. W. H. Scott; aged 24, attorney; se- 
lective, April 5, 1918, Sweeney Auto 
School, Kansas City, Mo.; Co. A, F. A. R. 
D., Camp Jackson, S. C; F. A. 0. T. C, 
Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky.; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, Dec, 1918. 



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SCOVILLE, DONALD SHERMAN, Mar- 
shalltovvn, son Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. 
Scoville; enlisted at 16, Mason City, la.; 
stationed Ft. Riley, Kan., Med. O. T. C; 
Amb. 19, 4th San. Train, A. E. F. 

SEBERG, CARL E., Marshalltown; aged 23, 
track driver; recruited Dec. 8, 1917; Aero 
section. 

SEBERG, CARL RALPH, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Seberg; aged 23; 
enlisted, navy, Des Moines, May 11, 1918; 
stationed Great Lakes, 111.; transferred 
New London, Ct.; assigned to submarine 
service; machinist's mate, 2d class; mus- 
tered out. New London, Jan. 21, 1919. 

SECOR, WILBUR, Melbourne, son Mr. and 
Mrs. W. S. Secor; aged 22, farmer; select- 
ive, April 29, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

SEEGER, WILLIAM C, State Center; se- 
lective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

SEIM, GUSTAV D., Marshalltown; select- 
ive, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

SEIM, OLIVER, Grand Meadow, Minn.; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

SEIM, OTTO INMAN, Dunbar, son Mr. and 
Mrs. K. O. Seim; aged 23, farmer; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 3d 
Sept. A. R. D., A. E. F.; mustered out, 
Jefferson Barracks, Mo., Feb. 10, 1919. 

SEITMAN, HARRY H., Laurel; selective, 
July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga. 

SELLERS, OTLA F., Casper, Wyo.; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; in- 
ducted elsewhere as from this county. 

SELVOY, LEWIS, Marshalltown; aged 42; 
enlisted, Des Moines, spring, 1918; sta- 
tioned Camp Wheeler, Ga.; carpenter, Co. 
10, D. B. 

SERBEIN, CLYDE M., Marshalltown; aged 
30, pharmacist; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; Cas. Det. 39, 163d Depot 
Brig.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, Jan. 
15, 1919. 

SEXTON, CLIFFORD F., Ferguson, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Charles Sexton; aged 18, far- 
mer; recruited Feb. 11, 1918, Aviation 
Sect., Sig. Corps. 



SHAEFFER, ALBERT B., Marshalltown; 
Mrs. Blanche L Shaeffer, mother; aged 24, 
auto repairman; recruited Dec. 10, 1917, 
Aviation Section. 

SHAHAN, KEITH L., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Shahan; aged 16; re- 
cruited Oct. 29, 1917; stationed Ft. Logan; 
transferred to Ft. Mills, Corregidor Island, 
P. I.; Pvt. Co. 20, C. A. C. 

SHAHAN, 0. OAKLEY, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Shahan; aged 20; re- 
cruited Oct. 29, 1917; stationed Ft. Logan; 
transferred to Ft. Mills, Corregidor Island, 
P. I.; Cpl. Co. 20, C. A. C. 

SHANNON, RAYMOND E., Marshalltown; 
aged 22, meat cutter; recruited Dec. 10, 
1917; stationed Ft. Riley, Kan.; graduated 
cooks and bakers school; 1st cook; Sergt. 
Co. C, 42d Inf. 

SHAW, FRANKLIN, Marshalltown; recruit- 
ed May 14, 1917. 

SHAW, H. W., Marshalltown, son Mr. and 
Mrs. L. A. Shaw; aged 18; enlisted, navy, 
Des Moines, Aug. 7, 1918; stationed Great 
Lakes, 111., and Norfolk, Va.; mustered 
out. Great Lakes, Jan. 27 1919. 

SHEELEY, KENNETH LYNN, Albion, son 
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sheeley; aged 20; re- 
cruited Oct. 5, 1917; stationed Ft. Logan. 
Kelly Field and Garden City; overseas 
Jan. 1.5, 1918; three months training in 
England; to France, April, 1918, 1099th 
Aero Squadron, No. 3 Aircraft Depot, In- 
dependent Force, R. A. F., A. E. F.; mus- 
tered out. Garden City, L. I., April 30, 
1919. 

SHEELEY, RAY M., Albion, son Mr. and 
Mrs. M. H. Sheeley; aged 22, chauffeur; 
recruited Dec. 9, 1917; stationed Ft. Lo- 
gan and Kelly Field; transferred to 
Springfield, Mass., for training at Hendee 
Mfg. Co. plant, motor mechanics; trans- 
ferred Arcadia, Fla., aviation construction 
camp; mustered out. Camp Dodge, March 
1, 1919. 

SHELDON, ARTHUR L., Marshalltown; 
stenographer; enlisted, entering sei-vice, 
Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind., May, 1918; 
Sergt. A. E. F. 



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SHELLENBARGER, ALPHEUS, LeGrand, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shellenbarger, 
Montour; aged 25, farmer; selective, Feb. 
26, 1918, Camp Dodge; transferred to 
Camp Sevier, S. C, then to Camp Mills, 
N. Y.; overseas with Wild Cat Div.; 
wounded in hip by sniper's bullet, Oct. 8, 
1918; returned to U. S., Dec. 26, 1918; 

mustered out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 10, 1919. 
SHELTON, HOWARD L., R. F. D., Mar- 
shalltown; aged 22; selective, July 24, 
1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; overseas Sept. 24, 
1918; Co. G, 23d Inf., 2d Div.; army of 
occupation. 

SHELTON, PAUL E., R. F. D., Marshall- 
town; aged 21, fanner; selective, Sept. 6, 
1918, Camp Dodge; transferred to Camp 
Johnston, Fla.; Pvt. Co. 3, Shop Regt.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 10, 1919. 

SHEPARD, RAYMOND E., S. A. T. C, 1. 
S. C, Ames. 

SHEPLEY, ARTHUR E., transferred from 
Northwood, la., to go with contingent of 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

SHERVEN, LARS H., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Sherven, Capitol, 
Mont.; aged 31, phaniiacist; selective, 
April 29, 1918, Camp Dodge; 350th Inf., 
A. E. F.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, 
June 5, 1919. 

SHETLER, WILLIAM, Marshalltown; aged 
21; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
Hdq. Co., 88th Inf.; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, Jan. 27, 1919. 

SHEW ALTER, JOHN WESLEY, R. F. D. 
3, Marshalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. C. L. 
Shewalter; aged 19; recruited March 28, 
1918; stationed Ft. Logan, Colo.; trans- 
ferred to Ft. Root, Md., then to Camp 
Merritt, N. J.; overseas about June 12, 
1918; Co. E, 307 Amm. Train, 82d Div., 
A. E. F.; returned to U. S., May, 1919. 

SHINE, ROLAND O., R. F. D. 5, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs A. B. Shine; aged 
23, machinist; enlisted Nov. 12, 1917; sta- 
tioned Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; Pvt. Chem. 
Warfare Sei-vice, A. E. F., Dec. 26, 1917, 
to Feb. 2, 1919; last assigned Co. 2, 1st 
Gas Reg.; engaged at Stolses mortar gas 
operation, Neuve Englire, Belgium, March 



27, 1918; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 
20, 1919. 

SHINKO, FRANK J., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shinko; recruited 
May 2, 1917; Co. E, 62d Inf., Presidio, 
Cal. 

SHIPMAN, C, Marshalltown; enlisted, Des 
Moines, as mechanic in navy, June 24, 
1918; stationed Great Lakes, 111. 

SHOCKLEY, ARTHUR C, Marshallto\™, 
son Mrs. Talbot Lennox; aged 18, team- 
ster; recruited Dec. 27, 1916; stationed 
Ft. Logan, Colo,; El Paso, Tex.; Ft. Mc- 
Pherson, Ga.; Chattanooga, Tenn.; Ft. 
MacArthur, Tex.; overseas Aug., 1918; 
Pvt. Co. B, 55th Inf., 7th Div.; St. Mihiel, 
Nov. 4, 1918; gunshot wound left foot, 
high explosive right hand, Nov. 5; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, March 25, 1919. 

SHOWALTER, EDWARD W., R. F. D., 
Marshalltown; aged 25, auto mechanic; 
selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; 1st 
class Pvt. Co. A, 88th Inf.; mustered out, 
Camp Dodge, Dec. 17, 1918. 

SHULTZ, AUGUST W., R. F. D., Marshall- 
town; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

SHUMWAY, LOREN F., State Center, son 
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Shumway; aged 21, 
farmer; M. H. S. '14; enlisted, navy, Des 
Moines, Dec. 24, 1915, as electrician; 
training on U. S. S. Maine, BrookljTi 
Navy Yard; assigned to U. S. S. Arizona 
when she was launched, member electrical 
crew to May, 1918; transferred to U. S. S. 
New Mexico. 

SICHEN, HARRY, Marshalltown; Co. F, 
7th Eng., Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. 

SIDWELL, OMAR G., LeGrand; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

SIEG, LIEUT. BYRON WENDELL, Mar- 
shalltown; son Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sieg; 
enlisted aviation; trained Taliaferro Field; 
commissioned 2d Lieut., Aug. 12, 1918; as- 
signed as instructor, San Antonio, Tex. 

SIEG, CLARENCE R., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sieg; aged 18; enlist- 
ed, navy, Des Moines, Feb. 6, 1919; Co. 
693, Camp Decatur, Great Lakes, 111. 



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SIEG, LIEUT. HOWARD L., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sieg; M. H. S. '08; 
1st Lieut. Med. Res. Corps; assigned to 
30th Art., Camp Funston, Kan., July, 
1918; transferred to Div. Surgeon's office, 
Camp Funston. 

SIGNS, JAMES IVAN, Des Moines; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

SILENCE, STEINER, Marshalltown; select- 
ive, Oct. 15, 1918, Iowa State College, 
Ames, for mechanical training; discharged, 
Ames, Dec. 12, 1918. 

SILVIA, SAMUEL, Marshalltown; aged 21, 
cafe employe; selective, April 29, 1918, 
Camp Dodge. 

SIMCOX, WILLIAM B., R. F. D., Marshall- 
town, son Mrs. Mary Simcox; selective, 
July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga.; over- 
seas Oct., 1918. 

SIMPKINS, FRANK V., Conrad; aged 25, 
farmer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge. 

SKEIE, OTIS THEODORE, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Skeie; aged 22, 
printer; enlisted, Des Moines, Feb. 22, 
1917; stationed Ft. Logan, Colo.; Hono- 
lulu, and Camp Lewis, Wash.; Hdq. Co., 
1st Inf. 

SKEIE, THEODORE O., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Lena Skeie; aged 21, laborer; enlist- 
ed, navy, July, 1918. 

SKIPTON, ARTHUR, Marshalltown; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

SKRAMOVSKY, ALEXANDER, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. Anton Skramov- 
sky; aged 21, cement worker; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; Co. M, 88th 
Inf.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 24, 
1919. 

SLADE, JOHN H., Edina, Mo., son Mr. and 
Mrs. William Slade; aged 26; selective. 
May 13, 1918, Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 

SLENDER, JOSEPH S., Melbourne; select- 
ive, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

SLIFER, HARRY G., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Alice Johnson; aged 27, chauffeur; 



recruited Dec. 11, 1917; stationed Kelly 
Field, Tex.; transferred Milwaukee, Wis., 
to learn motorcycle mechanics. 

SLIFER, ROY, Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Alice Johnson; aged 25, auto repairman; 
recruited Dec. 11, 1917; Ft. Logan, Colo.; 
Line 58, 2d Tr. Brig., Kelly Field, Tex. 

SMALL, CYRUS J., Liscomb; selective, 
April 5, 1918, Sweeney Auto School, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 

SMITH, FORREST J., Marshalltown; se- 
lective. May 13, 1918, Jefferson Barracks, 
Mo. 

SMITH, GEORGE N., R. F. D. 4, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smith; far- 
mer; enlisted. Bat. C, 340th F. A., Camp 
Funston, Kan. 

SMITH, LIEUT. HART G., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith; M. H. S. 
'14; enlisted Oct. 10, 1917, San Francisco; 
inducted Dec. 1; stationed Austin, Tex.; 
commissioned 2d Lieut, air service. Camp 
Dick, Tex., June 1, 1918; assigned to Wil- 
bur Wright Field, Daj-ton, O.; overseas 
Oct., 1918; mustered out. Garden City, N. 
Y., Feb., 1919. 

SMITH, HOWARD H., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Clara Miller, Melbourne; aged 18, 
chauffeur; recruited Nov. 31, 1917; sta- 
tioned Ft. Logan and Ft. Crockett; over- 
seas July, 1918; Supply Co., 64th F. A.; 
returned to U. S., Feb., 1919. 

SMITH, IRWIN E., Liscomb; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

SMITH, JACOB A., Marshalltown; select- 
ive, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

SMITH, JAMES H., Melbourne, son Mr. and 
Mrs. R. J. Smith; aged 28; selective, Feb. 
26, 1918, Camp Dodge; M. G. Bn. 

SMITH, JOHN P., Marshallto%\-n, son Mr. 
and Mrs. W. L. Smith; aged 18; M. H. S. 
'18; recruited May 3, 1918; stationed Ft. 
Logan, Ft. Winfield Scott, Presidio, Cal., 
and Camp Mills; overseas Aug. 24, 1918; 
Bat. D, 67th C. A. C; returned to U. S., 
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SMITH, LAWRENCE R., State Center, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Smith; entered 
service June, 1918, Camp Dodge; over- 
seas Aug. 14, 1918; M. G. Co.; 351st Inf., 
88th Div. 

SMITH, LIEUT. MELVILLE AYLES- 
WORTH, Marshalltown, son Mrs. D. T. 
Smith; aged 2.3, student, M. H. S., '12; 
O. T. C, Ft. Sheridan, 111., 1917; commis- 
sioned 2d Lieut. F. A., Nov., 1917; over- 
seas Jan. 26, 1918; 144th F. A., A. E. F.; 
St. Mihiel drive and Ypres sector; in- 
structor in artillery; mustered out. Camp 
Grant, 111., Feb. 15, 1919. 

SMITH, ORVILLE W., State Center; select- 
ive, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

SMITH, PAUL DECATUR, Rhodes; select- 
ive, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

SMITH, PERLIE L., Colorado; inducted, 
June 24, 1918, as from Marshall county; 
sent to Camp Dodge. 

SMITH, PETER, Iron Mountain, Mich.; in- 
ducted. Iron Mountain, as from Marshall 
county, July 24, 1918; sent to Camp Pike, 
Ark. " 

SMITH, THOMAS D., R. F. D. 7, Marshall- 
town; son Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith; aged 
27; machinist; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; Pvt. Co. B, 161st Inf., 
A. E. F., Sept. 23, 1918, to Feb. 16, 1919; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, Feb. 27, 1919. 

SMITH, WALLACE WELKER, Marshall- 
town, son Mrs. C. H. Smith; M. H. S. '14; 
enlisted, navy, Des Moines, July 1, 1917; 
stationed Great Lakes, 111.; transferred, 
Jan. 30, 1918, U. S. Naval Base, Firth of 
Forth, Scotland; engaged in laying mines 
in North Sea and chasing submarines; 1st 
class seaman. 

SMITH, WILLIAM A., Melbourne; aged 21; 
recruited, Med. Corps, May 25, 1918. 

SMITH, WILLIAM A., Davenport; selective, 
June 24, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

SMUCK, CALEB A., Marshalltown; select- 
ive, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

SNYDER, JOHN, State Center, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Anton Snyder; aged 29, fanner; se- 
lective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; 1st 



class Pvt., Ti-uck and Hose Co. 313, Q. 
M. Corps; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Feb. 4, 1919. 

SNYDER, RALPH D., Marshalltown; Mrs. 
Hattie M. Snyder, Conrad, wife; recruit- 
ed Feb. 11, 1917; aviation sect. Sig. Corps. 

SNYDER, ROY D., Marshalltown; aged 21; 
recruited May 1, 1918; stationed Camp 
Harry J. Jones, Douglas, Ariz.; trans- 
ferred to Honolulu, April, 1919. 

SOMERS, JAMES S., Green Mountain; son 
Mrs. Frances A. Somers; aged 37, fai-- 
mer; recruited Dec. 10, 1917; stationed Ft. 
Winfield Scott, Cal.; 3d Co., C. A. C. 

SOMERS, WILLIAM S., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Somers; M. H. S. '18; 
enlisted, navy, May 3, 1918; stationed 
Great Lakes, 111.; transferred July 12, 
1918, to U. S. Naval Training Station, 
Pauillac, France. 

SOUKUP, MATHIAS, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Soukup; aged 27, 
baker; selective, Sept. 5, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; overseas Aug., 1918; Mess Sergt. 
Co. F, 350th Inf., 88th Div.; returned to 
U. S., June, 1919. 

SOULES, ELMER BURTON, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Soules; 
aged 31, farmer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; Co. 56, 14th Bn., 163d Depot 
Brig.; died, Camp Dodge, Oct. 12, 1918. 

SPARKS, HOWARD C, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Sparks; selective, 
Sept. 4, 1918, Ft. Riley, Kan. 

SPEASE, JESSE E., Gilman; selective, July 
24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; discharged, 
physical disability, Aug., 1918. 

SPECHT, JOSEPH W., Marshalltown; aged 
22, farmer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; Pvt. Co. D, Dev. Bn. No. 2, 
162d Depot Brig.; mustered out. Camp 
Pike, Nov. 21, 1918. 

SPENCER, JOHN H., Marshalltown; select- 
ive, Oct. 27, 1917, Camp Dodge; service 
in France. 

SPENCER, ORA F., St. Joseph, Mo.; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 



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SPENCER, WILLIAM, Marshalltown; se- 
lective, June 24, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

SPIELHAGEN, GEORGE M., Marshall- 
town; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, 
Ark.; mustered out, Aug., 1918. 

SPLICHAL, FRANK, Marshalltown; re- 
cruited, cavalry, Sept. 26, 1917. 

SPOO, LIEUT. HARRY C, Marshalltown; 
aged 22, traveling salesman; selective, 
Sept. 5, 1917, Camp Dodge; Co. F, .350th 
Inf.; commissioned in France; returned to 
U. S., May, 1919. 

SPRAGUE, NELLIS, Liscomb; aged 29, 
farmer; selective, June 24, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Supply Co., 350th Inf., 88th Div. 

SPRINGER, ALTON, R. F. D. 2, Marshall- 
town; Mrs. Alton Springer, wife; aged 25, 
machinist; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; served enlistment in navy, 
ranking machinist's mate 2d class; trans- 
ferred from Camp Pike to King's Mills, 
O., for employment in Peters' Cartridge 
Co. plant, as machinist; Recruit Inf.. un- 
assigned, attached to 13th Rec. Co., G. L. 
I.; mustered out, Ft. Thomas, Ky., Dec. 
17, 1918. 

SPRINGER, MARTIN H., Marshalltown; 
aged 27; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Co. M, 88th Div.; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, Jan. 22, 1919. 

SPRINGER, WILLIAM, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. William Springer; selective, 
July 24, 1919, Camp Pike, Ark.; mustered 
out, Camp Dodge, March 29, 1919. 

SPRINGSTEIN, LIEUT. W. CARL, Mel- 
bourne, son Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Spring- 
stein; aged 33, salesman; enlisted, Omaha, 
June 1, 1917; Co. I, 6th Inf. Mil. Branch, 
Chattanooga, Tenn.; O. T. C, Ft. Ogle- 
thorpe, Ga.; commissioned 1st Lieut. Inf., 
April, 1918. 

SPRINKLE, FRANK, New Providence; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

STABLER, A. B., Haverhill, son Mr. and 
Mrs. J. B. Stabler; Sergt. Co. M, 35th 
Div., A. E. F.; wounded Argonne forest, 
Sept. 29, 1918; mustered out. Camp Zach- 
ary Taylor, Ky., May, 1919. 



STALZER, EDWARD A., Haverhill; re- 
cruited, March 20, 1918, C. A. 

STANSBERRY, FLOYD FRANKLIN, Gil- 
man, sen Mr. and Mis. G. F. Stansberry; 
G. H. S. '14; Grinnell, '13; enlisted, navy, 
July 22, 1918; called for service Oct. 31; 
stationed Municip:.l Pier, Chicago; relieved 
from active service. Municipal Pier, Jan. 
24, 1919. 

STANTON, HARMON L., Marshalltown, 
son Mrs. Viola Stanton; aged 23, student; 
M. H. S. '12; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, 
Camp Dodge; discharged from national 
army, Oct., 1919, being transferred to 
Med. Res. Corps. 

STAPLEY, JOHN, Green Mountain; enlist- 
ed May 13, 1917, Cedar Rapids; stationed 
Jefferson Barracks, Mo., and Ft. Bliss, 
Tex.; Troop F, 7th Cav., 15th Div. 

GTARBIRD, HERBERT L., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Starbird; aged 
27; enlisted, Omaha, Neb., June 10, 1917; 
7th Eng. Train. 

STARN, JiONT A., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. W. A. Starn; aged 21, city fire- 
man; recruited, engineers. May 1, 1918; 
stationed Camp Humphrey; Sergt. 2d 
Eng. Fr. Reg.; sailed for France Nov. 8, 
1918, but ordered returned to U. S., when 
armistice was signed; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, Jan. 18, 1919. 

STARVOS, GUST, Pennsylvania; inducted, 
Pennsylvania, as from this county, June 
24, 1918, and sent to Camp Dodge. 

STAVES, CHESTER E, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Staves; aged 36; ma- 
chinist; recruited Jan. 2, 1918; cook, 678th 
Aero Squadron, S. A. A., A. E. F. ; mus- 
tered out, Camp Dodge, April 1, 1919. 

STAVES, FLOYD C, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. W. L. Staves; Co. C, 307th Eng., 
A. E. F. 

STEDMAN, CHESTER M., Marshalltown; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

STEDMAN, FRANK D., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Stedman; aged 25, 
machinist; selective, April 29, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; arrived in England, Aug., 1918; 
machinist, Med. Corps. 



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STEDMAN, JAY S., Marshalltown; aged 30, 
locomotive fireman; enlisted; stationed 
Ft. Mills, Corregidor, P. I.; Sergt. 4th Co., 
M. B. 

STEGALL, FRANK W., Marshalltown; en- 
listed, Oct., 1917; stationed Ft. Logan, Ft. 
McDowell, and Ft. William McKinley, 
Manila; transferred to Siberia, July 1, 
1918; Co. H, 31st Inf. 

STEGMAN, ALOYSIUS JOHN, Marshall- 
towTi, son Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stegman; 
aged 25, metal worker; recruited Dec. 9, 
1917; stationed Ft. Logan, San Antonio 
and Camp Hempstead; overseas July, 
1918, England; Cpl. aviation section. 

STEGMAN, SYLVESTER M., Marshall- 
toviTi, son Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stegman; 
aged 24; enlisted, navy, Des Moines, June 
1917; assigned to U. S. freighter Maumee. 

STEIER, JOHN PETER, Haverhill, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Nick Steier; aged 24, farmer; 
selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

STEIER, JOSEPH AUGUST, Haverhill; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
mustered out, Aug., 1918. 

STEINER, LIEUT. WILLIAM HENRY, 
Marshalltown; Mrs. W. H. Steiner, wfe 
city engineer; e.xamined Aug. 18, 1918 
commissioned 1st Lieut, and called Oct. 8 
stationed Camp Dodge, 417th Eng.; trans 
ferred to Camp Humphrey, Oct. 23; E. 
O. T. S.; mustered out, Camp Humphrey, 
Dec. 23, 1918. 

STEINHAGEN, ARTHUR, Marshalltown; 
aged 28, switchman; inducted Butte, 
Mont., May 5, 1918; stationed Ft. Benja- 
min Harrison, Ind.; Pvt. Co. D, 120th 
Eng.; mustered out Dec. 17, 1918. 

STEINMAYER, CARL MELVIN, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Stein- 
mayer; aged 25; enlisted, navy, Des 
Moines, Jan. 25, 1918; stationed U. S. 
Naval Station, Co. 37, Pensacola, Fla.; 
coppersmith, 2d class; discharged, Pelham 
Bay, N. Y., Feb. 10, 1919. 

STENHOUSE, ANDREW, Marshalltown; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
overseas Nov., 1918; Co. K, 28th Inf., 1st 
Div., A. E. F. 



STEPAN, ALBERT, JR., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stepan; aged 21, ma- 
chinist; enlisted, Kansas City, Mo., May 
20, 1918; stationed Jefferson Barracks, 
Mo., and Camp Dix, N. J.; landed in 
France July 19, 1918; Pvt. Co. H, 34th 
Eng., 42d (Rainbow) Div.; died in France 
Oct. 22, 1918. 

STEPHENS, EDWARD ROY, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. James Stephens; 
aged 26, painter; selective, April 29, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; transferred to Ft. Riley, 
Kan.; left U. S., Nov. 12, 1918; 1st class 
Pvt., Hdq. Co., 339th F. A.; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, April 15, 1919. 

STEPHENS, LAWRENCE J., Marshall- 
town; Mrs. L. J. Stephens, wife; aged 21; 
recruited May 30, 1918; arrived overseas 
Sept., 1918; Co. B, 546th Eng., A. E. F. 

STEPMYRE, VOTAS, North English, la.; 
son Mr. and Mrs. John Stepmyre; select- 
ive, April 29, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

STEVENS, E. ROY, Cicero, 111.; transferred 
to this county; selective, April 29, 1918, 
Camp Dodge. 

STEVENS, FAY A., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Carrie Stevens; aged 24; selective, 
April 5, 1918, Sweeney Auto School, Kan- 
sas City, Mo.; transferred to Camp Jack- 
son, S. C, then to Newport News, Va.; 
overseas Aug., 1918; Hdq. Co., 5th Army 
Corps; transferred to Artillery Park; army 
of occupation. 

STEVENS, JOSEPH WARREN, Marshall- 
town, son Mrs. E. C. Austin; aeed 25, 
clerk; M. H. S. '14; enlisted, navy, Des 
Moines, July 2, 1917; stationed Naval 
Hosp. Training School. Goat Island, San 
Franciso; Hosp. Co. 13; transferred to 
Naval Hosp., Los Animas, Colo.; overseas, 
four months in England, France and Scot- 
land; stationed six months at naval air 
station, Wexford, Ireland; nharmac'st 
mate, 3d class; mustered out. Great Lakes, 
111., May 24. 1919; first commander Frank 
G. Glick Post, American Legion, Mar- 
shallto^^Tl. 

STEVESON, MYRLE A., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Stevesr'n; recruited 
April 15, 1918; bookkeeper Q. M. Dept.; 
overseas Aug., 1918; Cpl. 



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STEWARD, CARL E., Haverhill, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Albert A. Steward; selective, 
Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

STEWARD, WALTER H., R. F. D., Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stew- 
ard; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
arrived overseas Sept., 1918. 

STEWARD, WALTER S., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. John H. Steward; aged 
21, chauffeur; enlisted. Ft. Logan, Colo., 
Dec. 14, 1917; 54th Balloon Co., air ser- 
vice; mustered out. Air Service Depot, 
Morrison, Va., Dec. 17, 1918. 

STEWART, SAMUEL D., Oilman, aged 21, 
electrician; recruited, aviation section, 
Nov. 16, 1917; 3d Co., 3d Bn., 164th Depct 
Brig.; mustered out, Camp Funston, Kan., 
Dec. 24, 1918. 

STONE, LEO v., Albion; recruited June 4, 
1917; Inf. 

STONEWALL, THOMAS, Gilman; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

STOOKEY, L. L., Marshalltown; teacher; 
selective, July 23, 1918, University of 
Texas, for mechanical training; trans- 
ferred to O. T. C, Austin, Tex.; mustered 
out, Austin, Dec. 3, 1918; Sergt. 

STOUFFER, ARTHUR L., Melbourne, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Stouffer; aged 19, 
mechanic; recruited Sept. 10, 1917; Co. G, 
61st Inf., Camp Greene, N. C. 

STOUFFER, JOHN W., Marshalltown; civil 
engineer; enlisted; .stationed Jefferson 
Barracks, Mo. 

STOVER, HERBERT L., Green Mountain, 
son Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stover; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; overseas 
Sept., 1918; Co. D., 4th Reg. 

STOWELL, GEORGE W., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stowell; aged 27, 
farmer, selective, April 29, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; 163d Depot Brig. 

STOWELL, GLEN, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. H. C. Stowell; aged 17; enlisted, 
Omaha, Neb., Aug., 1917; stationed Ft. 
Logan, Colo., and Camp Mills, N. Y. 



STRICKLER, EMERY N., Rhodes, son Mr. 
and Mrs. J. B. Strickler; selective, July 
24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; overseas with 
Hdq. Co., 161st Inf.; transferred to clerks' 
school. Saint Aignan, France. 

STROM, BENJAMIN F., LeGrand, son Mr. 
and Mrs. K. Strom; aged 30, merchant; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
transferred to Camp Merritt, N. J.; over- 
seas Sept., 1918, Hdq. Co., 2d Prov. Reg. 

STROUSE, ARTHUR, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Strouse; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark., cooks and 
bakers school. 

STUBBS, FRED L., Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Gustine Stubbs; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; overseas Dec, 1918; Evac. 
Hosp. Corps No. 33. 

STUBBS, WINFRED R., Marshalltown; se- 
lective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

STUMP, REUBEN R., Marshalltown; served 
with Co. H, 49th Iowa Inf., in Spanish- 
American war; on Mexican border, 1917, 
with Cedar Rapids company, 3d Iowa Inf.; 
enlisted same company, when America en- 
tered world war; assig-ned to Co. D, 168th 
Inf., 42d (Rainbow) Div.; served with 
168th Inf. throughout its overseas service; 
gassed at Cantigny, May, 1918; wounded; 
returned to U. S., March, 1919. 

SULT, LESLIE F., Gilman, son Mr. and 
Mrs. W. F. Suit; aged 22, farmer; select- 
ive. May 13, 1918, Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 

SUNDAY, CLARENCE, Marshalltown; S. 
A. T. C, I. S. C, Ames. 

SUTER, ERIC W., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. George Suter; enlisted; Cpl. Co. 
22, 6th Bn., 163d Depot Brig., Camp Dodge. 

SUTER, LYLE S., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. George Suter; M. H. S. '15; en- 
listed; dental assistant, Med. Dept., 317th 
Amm. Train, 92d Div., A. E. F.; stationed 
at Belleville and Marbach, during engage- 
ments before Metz; department main- 
tained dental hospitals during bombard- 
ment; mustered out, Camp Dodge, July 
12, 1919. 



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SVENDSEN, ALFRED, Green Mountain, 
son Mrs. Laurine Svendsen; selective, 
Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; transferred 
to Camp Cody, N. M.; arrived overseas 
July, 1918; wounded by gunshot in ankle, 
Aug., 1918; returned to U. S.; sent to 
Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

SVENDSEN, CHARLES, Green Mountain, 
son Mrs. Laurine Svendsen; inducted into 
service Pittsburgh, Penn.; overseas July, 
1918. 

SWALLOW, GEORGE E., State Center; 
recruited May 8, 1917. 

SW ANSON, CHARLES E., Green Mountain, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Peter Swanson; aged 
20; enlisted May 6, 1918; C. A. 



SWEDBERG, EDWIN, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Swedberg; aged 19; 
recruited Oct. 7, 1917; stationed Camp 
Logan, Tex., 82d F. A.; transferred to EI 
Paso. 

SWEDBERG, PAUL, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Peter Swedberg; aged 22, trav- 
eling salesman; M. H. S. '16; selective, 
May, 1918, from Chicago, to Ft. Preble, 
Me.; overseas Aug. 15, 1918; Bugler, 7th 
Reg., C. A. C. 

SWEENEY, DWIGHT, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Sweeney; M. H. S. 
'17; enlisted, navy. May 15, 1918; sta- 
tioned Mare Island, Cal.; assigned to U. 
S. S. Ingram; wireless receiver. 



SWANSON, DAVID WILBERT, Marshall- 
to\\'Ti, son Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Swanson; 
aged 21; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Co. M., 88th Inf., 19th Div. 

SWANSON, HAROLD, Green Mountain, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Peter Swanson; aged 
21; enlisted May 6, 1918, C. A.; stationed 
Vancouver Barracks, Wash., Bat. A, 48th 
C. A. C; arrived overseas Oct., 1918. 

SWEARINGEN, CHARLES HENRY, Mar- 
shalltown; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Ft. Sam Houston, 
Tex.; assigned to Motor Trans. Corps; 
transferred to Ft. Mason, San Francisco, 
Jan. 31, 1919; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
March 19, 1919. 

SWEARINGEN, LESTER E., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Swearingen; 
student; recruited April, 1917; stationed 
Ft. McDowell, Cal.; transferred to Ft. 
Kamehameha, Island of Oahu, H. T.; 5th 
Co. of Oahu; transferred to Ft. Monroe, 
Va., for radio training; Radio Sergt., 75th 
Reg. C. A. C; sent to 0. T. S.; mustered 
out. Ft. Monroe, Dec, 1918. 

SWEDBERG, DAVID, Marshalltown; Mrs. 
David Swedberg, wife; aged 2.3, brick- 
layer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; 163d Depot Brig.; transferred to 
Q. M. Corps; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Jan., 1918. 



SWENSON, BENJAMIN, LeGrand, son Mr. 
and Mrs. John Swenson; aged 22, ma- 
chinist; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; transferred to Camp Merritt, 
N. J.; overseas with 3d Co., S. A. R. D.; 
assigned to M. G. Co., 161st Inf.; mustered 
out, Camp Dodge, March 8, 1919. 

SWENSON, JOHN M., LeGrand, son Mr. 
and Mrs. John Swenson; inducted Cut- 
band, Mont.; stationed Vancouver Bar- 
racks, Wash. 

SWENSON, OLIVER, LeGrand, son Mr. and 
Mrs. John Swenson; aged 29, farmer; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
transferred to Camp Merritt, N. J.; left 
U. S., Sept. 23, 1918; Pvt. Co. E, 1st Reg. 
Inf. Rep. and Tr. Troops; returned to U. 
S., April 7, 1919; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, April 23, 1919. 

SWINGLEY, LIEUT. JAMES S., Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Swingley; 
enlisted Oct. 21, 1917; stationed Ft. Logan, 
Kelly Field, Vancouver Barracks, Port- 
land, Ore., Jacksonville, Fa., and Ft. Sam 
Houston; commissioned 2d Lieut., Q. M. 
Corps; Q. M. Officer, Southern Dept. of- 
fice; recommended 1st Lieut., Q. M. Corps, 
Nov. 5, 1918, by Col. Daniel E. McCarthy, 
Dept. and Depot Q. M., Southern Dept.; 
mustered out, Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., 
Jan. 21, 1919. 



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TALBOT, NATHAN ALFRED, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Talbot; 
aged 30, postal clerk; selective, Sept. 5, 
1917, Camp Dodge; cook; Sergt. Co. P., 
350th Inf.; transferred. Camp Mills, N. Y., 
April 12, Pvt. 1st class, M. G. Co., 139th 
Inf.; overseas April, 1918; assigned to 
clerical work in France; Grand Baloon 
sector, June 20 to 29, 1918; Wesserling 
sector, July 16 to Sept. 2; St. Mihiel of- 
fensive, Sept. 12-16; Meuse-Argonne of- 
fensive, Sept. 26 to Oct. 2; gassed Sept. 
29; mustered out, Camp Funston, Kan., 
May 8, 1919. 

TAPPS, BERT H., Marshalltown; Mrs. Bert 
Tapps. wife; aged 19, truck driver; re- 
cruited July 22, 1918; stationed Ft. Logan, 
Colo., and Camp Eustis, Va.; overseas Oct. 
21, 1918; Pvt. Bat. A, 45th C. A. C; mus- 
tered out, Camp Dodge, Feb. 19, 1919. 

TARLETON, BEN P., Marshallto\\-n, son 
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Tarleton; aged 26, vul- 
canizer; selective, April 29, 1918, Camp 
Dodge. 

TAYLOR, FRED, Belle Plaine; selective, 
Oct. 27, 1917, Camp Dodge; 366th Inf.; 
mustered out, March, 1918. 

TAYLOR, FRED, Marshalltown; selective, 
Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge. 

TEAGER, GEORGE DAVID, Marshalltown, 
aged 32, engineer; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; 162d Depot Brig.; trans- 
ferred to Training Bn., for Sergt.; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, Dec. 28, 1918. 

TEAGER, HENRY O., Marshalltown; en- 
listed, navy, Des Moines, July 10, 1917; 
stationed Great Lakes, 111.; assigned to U. 
S. S. Missouri; transferred to U. S. S. 
Nokomis, doing patrol duty along French 
coast. 

TENNEY, LIEUT. CLARENCE E., Mar- 
shalltown, aged 25, civil engineer; re- 
cj-uited June 7, 1917; stationed Ft. Logan, 
Colo.; Ft. Riley, Kan., Med. Corps, 338th 
F. A.; Camp Dodge; commissioned 2d. 
Lieut., Sanitary Corps, Aug., 1918; over- 
seas Sept., 1918; Camp Hosp. No. 33, 
Brest. 



TERRELL, JOHN, Bluford, 111., son Mr. and 
Mrs. W. B. Terrell; inducted, Bluford, IIL, 
July 24, 1918, as from this county; sent 
to Camp Pike, Ark. 

TERRELL, WILLIAM C, Bluford, 111., son 
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Terrell; aged 24, far- 
mer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

TERRILL, ROSS S., R. F. D. 7, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. James Terrill; 
aged 18; recruited, aviation sect., Jan. 15, 
1918. 

TERRIN, JOHN, Marshalltown, son Mr. and 
Mrs. B. J. Terrin; Cpl., 350th Inf., 8Sth 
Div.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, June 
24, 1919. 

TH ACKER, JAMES P., Gilman; recruited 
May 7, 1917. 

THOMAS, CLYDE L., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Thomas; enlisted, 
Sheridan, Wyo., Oct. 6, 1917; stationed 
Camp Lewis, Wash.; overseas Dec, 1917; 
Cpl.; killed in action in France, Sept. 30, 
1918. 

THOMAS, LIEUT. FRANCIS JOHN, Mar- 
shalltown; Mrs. F. J. Thomas, wife; 
served in Spanish-American war; enlisted 
Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky., Nov., 1918, 
school for army chaplains; commissioned 
Lieut.; mustered out Dec, 1918. 

THOMAS, HOWARD H., Albion, son Mr. 
and Mrs. J. R. Thomas; aged 25, farmer; 
selective, July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, 
Ga.; transferred to Camp Funston, Kan., 
Oct. 4; to Camp Mills, N. Y., Nov. 5, and 
to Camp Humphrey, Va., Jan. 8, 1919; 
Co. D, 210th Eng.; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, March 13, 1919. 

THOMAS, IRA E., Marshalltown; aged 30, 
sheet metal worker; selective, Sept. 19, 
1917, Camp Dodge; recruit. Inf., unas- 
signed; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Oct. 
10, 1917. 

THOMAS, JAMES F., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Thomas; recruited, 
Jan. 23, 1917, for Inf.; mustered out, phys- 
ical disability, San Francisco, Cal., June, 
1917; first volunteer soldier from county 
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THOMPSON, ARCHIE T., Gilman, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Theodore Thompson; aged 18; 
recruited Nov. 20, 1917; stationed Ft. Lo- 
gan, Ft. Worden and Camp Eustis; over- 
seas with C. A. 

THOMPSON, GUY WILDER, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Thompson; 
aged 23, machinist; selective, April 29, 
1918, Camp Dodge; Pvt. 31Sth Eng.; trans- 
ferred to Co. B, 163d Depot Brig.; mus- 
tered out, physical disability, Aug. 29, 
1918. 

THOMPSON, HENRY, Marshalltowm; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

THOMPSON, LOUIS M., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Thompson; aged 27, 
clerk; selective, April 29, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; guard, McKinley Park, Chicago. 

THOMPSON, SANFORD LEO, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Thompson; 
aged 21; inducted, Nevada, Sept. 6, 1918; 
stationed Camp Joseph E. Johnston, Fla. 

THOMPSON, OLIF, Marshalltown; U. S. 
Navy. 

THOMPSON, WAYNE, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Thompson; 117th 
Aero Squadron, A. E. F. ; mustered out, 
Camp Funston, Kan., Dec, 1918. 

THORN, RALPH H., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Rose Thorn; aged 18, teamster; re- 
cruited Feb. 11, 1918, for cavalry. 

THORN, SYLVAN E., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Rose Thorn; aged 20, clerk; M. H. 
S., '17; recruited Jan. 7, 1918; 831st Aero 
Squadron, England. 

THORPE, CLARENCE A., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thorpe; selective, 
Aug. 6, 1918, Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; 
overseas Oct., 1918, with Co. 11, Sept. A. 
R. D.; transferred to Co. K, 6th Inf., 5th 
Div., A. E. F.; army of occupation, Ger- 
many. 

TOEDT, DELBERT C, Laurel; aged 21; re- 
cruited May 31, 1918; C. A. 

TOMLINSON, LIEUT. PAUL C, Ames, 
son Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tomlinson; M. 
H. S., '16, teacher; commissioned 2d Lieut. 
Inf., Camp Dodge, Aug. 31, 1918; as- 



signed to 163d Depot Brig.; mustered out. 
Camp Dodge, Dec, 1918. 

TONE, LIEUT. ROBERT L., Gilman, aged 
28; selective, Sept. 18, 1917, Camp Dodge; 
O. T. C, No. 2, Camp Dodge; commis- 
sioned 2d Lieut, of Inf., Aug. 31, 1918; 
assigned to 163d Depot Brig.; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, Dec. 24, 1918. 

TOW, J. BASIL, LeGrand, son Mr. and Mrs. 
B. A. Tow; enlisted, navy, Des Moines, 
April 12, 1918. 

TOW, MARVIN HERBERT, aged 24; en- 
listed, navy, Des Moines, June 30, 1917; 
stationed Great Lakes, 111.; carpenter's 
mate, 2d class; mustered out. Great Lakes, 
June 13, 1919. 

TRAVER, LEE, Marshalltown, son Mr. end 
Mrs. J. G. Traver; aged 23. laborer; se- 
lective, June 24, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

TRITT, W. H., Marshalltown, U. S. N. 

TROWBRIDGE, NED A., R. F. D., Mar- 
shalltown; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Camp Shelby, 
Miss.; Base Hosp. No. 130; mustered out 
Dec, 1918. 

TROWBRIDGE, WILLIAM F., Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Trow- 
bridge; enlisted, aviation sec; Cpl. 185th 
Aerial Squadron; eighteen months over- 
seas; mustered out. Camp Dodge, July 1, 
1919. 

TUCKER, AUZIE, Gatewood, Mo.; aged 24, 
farmer; selective, May 13, 1918, Jefferson 
Barracks, Mo.; transferred to Camp Mac- 
Arthur, Tex.; Co. L, 64th Inf., A. E. F. 

TWEDT, IVER MARCELLUS, LeGrand, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Marcellus Twedt; en- 
listed. 

TWEED, OSCAR, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. N. O. Tweed; aged 22, clerk; 
M. H. S. '15; recruited Dec. 5, 1917; trans- 
ferred to Presidio, Tex.; seven months in 
France, Bat. E, 62d Reg., C. A. C.; mus- 
tered out. Camp Dodge, Feb., 1919. 

TWEED, OTTO, Dunbar, son Mr. and Mrs. 
Osman Tweed; aged 28, mechanic; select- 
ive, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; Co. A, 
32d Eng., A. E. F.; returned to U. S., 
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TYLER, SAM, Marshalltown; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

ULRICK, JOSEPH, Marshalltown; aged 31, 
musician; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; 14th Co., 4th Rec. Bn., 162d 
Depot Brig.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, 
Feb. 19, 1919. 

VAN DER VENTER, JOHN RAY, Oilman, 
son Mr. and Mrs. John B. Van Der Ven- 
ter; aged 29, jeweler; selective, June 24, 
1918, Camp Dodge; overseas, Aug., 1918; 
Co. L, 350th Inf., 88th Div. 

VANHOY, THOMAS, Marshalltown; James 
R. Vanhoy, brother; lineman; recruited 
May 9, 1917; Cpl. Co. E, 2d Engineers, A. 
E. F.; died of disease, Hosp. No. 35, Blois, 
France, Feb. 19, 1919; posthumously 
awarded croix de guerre for ^'alor in ser- 
vice. 

VAN LAW, JAMES H., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Van Law; aged 19, 
student; M. H. S. '18; Senior Cpl., S. A. 
T. C, S. U. I., Iowa City; detailed to O. 
T. C, C. A., Ft. Monroe, Va.; order coun- 
termanded because of end of war; mus- 
tered out, Dec. 19, 1918. 

VAN SLYKE, GEORGE H., Liscomb, son 
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Van Slyke; enlisted 
for mech. training, March, 1918; stationed 
Sweeney Auto School, Kansas City, Mo., 
April 5; qualified for ground aviation; 
detailed as chauffeur for officers; trans- 
ferred Kelly Field, motorcycle corps, as 
messenger for headquarters; 3d Co., Con- 
centration Brig. 

VARNUM, RUSSELL F., R. F. D. 4, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. Phineas Var- 
num; aged 24, chauffeur; recruited Dec. 
12, 1917; stationed Kelly Field, Aero Ser- 



VAUGHAN, CLARENCE H., Marshall- 
towTi; Mrs. C. H. Vaughan, wife; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; trans- 
ferred to Ft. Leavenworth, Kan.; over- 
seas Nov., 1918; 34th Service Co., Sig. 
Corps; returned to U. S., June, 1919. 

VECERA, JOHN L., Marshalltown; aged 18; 
recruited, June 20, 1918, Med. Corps. 



VICKERS, LOUIS E., Lamoille; recruited 
July 17, 1917; Anib. Co. 24, Ft. Clark, 
Tex. 

VINCENT, JAMES, R. F. D., Marshalltown; 
selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

VINCENT, JOHN E., Green Mountain; 
aged 18; recruited July 8, 1918; Cav. 

VLADYKA, MORRIS D., Mai shallto\\-n, 
son Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Vladyka, Newton, 
la.; aged 27, railroad employe; selective, 
Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; transferred 
Camp Upton, N. Y.; overseas May, 1918; 
Co. C, 39th Eng., A. E. F. 

VON SPRECKELSEN, WILLIAM A., Clover- 
dale, Ind., son Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Von 
Spreckelsen; aged 27, farm laborer; se- 
lective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

VOGEL, LIEUT. WALTER B., Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Vogel, Mal- 
com, la.; 0. T. C, Ft. Snelling, Minn.; 
commissioned Lieut., V. S. R.; assigned 
to Co. F, 131st Inf., Camp Logan, Tex.; 
transferred to Co. B, 304th Inf., Camp 
Devens, Mass.; overseas Aug., 1918. 

VOGT, JOHN F., Melbourne; selective, 
April 5, 1918, Sweeney Auto School, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 

VOGT, LIEUT. PHILIP HARTLEY, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. 
Vogt; aged 21, student; selective, Sept. 
19, 1917, Camp Dodge; Co. A, 88th M. P.; 
Co. 1, 4th O. T. S.; commissioned 2d Lieut. 
Inf., Aug. 31, 1918; 1.5th Bn., 163d Depot 
Brig.; M. P. Hdq., Camp Provost Guard; 
mustered out, Camp Dodge, Jan. 6, 1919. 

VOSBURG, ARCHIE D., Gilman, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Dwight J. Vosburg; aged 21, 
butcher; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Camp Sevier, S. C, 
then to Camp Upton, N. Y.; overseas June, 
1918; 1st class Pvt. Co. A, 118th Inf., 30th 
Div., A. E. F.; occupation of Ypres sector, 
Aug. 1-9, 1918; offensive operation of 
Cambrai-St. Quentin, Sept. 23 to Oct. 19; 
mustered out, Camp Dodge, April 10, 1919. 

VROOMAN, LESLIE E.. Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Nellie May Vrooman; enlisted, avia- 
tion, Jan. 15, 1918; stationed Vancouver 
Barracks, Wash.; special duty in land di- 
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WAGNER, HARRY A., Marshalltow-n, son 
Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner; aged 29, 
painter; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; overseas June, 1918; on fighting 
line from July 4; Co.. B, 131st Inf., 33d 
Div.; mustered out, Camp Grant, 111., June 
4, 1919. 

WAITE, RAY G., Marshalltown ; inducted 
at Shelbyville, Mo., as from this county, 
July 24, 1918; sent to Camp Pike, Ark.; 
discharged, physical disability, Aug. 14, 
1918, Camp Pike. 

WALDO, RAYMOND RALPH, Albion, son 
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Waldo; aged 22; se- 
lective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; over- 
seas July, 1918; 118th Inf., 30th Div.; 
Ypres sector, Somme offensive; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, April 10, 1919. 

WALDO, SIDNEY, Marshalltown; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; dis- 
charged, physical disability, Aug. 6, 1918, 
Camp Pike. 

WALKUP, CLINTON, Gilman. son Mr. and 
Mrs. W. A. Walkup; aged 26, farmer; se- 
lective, June 24, 1918, Camp Dodge; over- 
seas Aug., 1918; Co. L, 350th Inf., 88th 
Div.; army of occupation in Germany; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, June, 1919. 

WALKUP, HOWARD L., Fredericksburg, 
la., son Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walkup; 
aged 27, truck driver; selective, June 24, 
1918, Camp Dodge; transferred to Whip- 
ple Barracks, Ariz.; Co. M, 350th Inf.. 
88th Div.; mustered out, Prescott, Ariz, 
Feb. 14, 1919. 

WALKUP, JOHN EARL, Haverhill; aged 
27, farmer; selective, Sent. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Camp Cody, N. M.; 
started for France, via Camp Dix, N. J., 
Aug. 21, 1918; contracted pneumonia and 
was sent to hospital; mustered out. Camp 
Dix, Dec. 19, 1918. 

WALKUP, JOHN, Gilman; enlisted, as mu- 
sician, Calgary, Canada, July, 1916; sta- 
tioned Sarcee camp; overseas and trans- 
ferred to American army band in England. 

WALL, LIEUT. EARL S., Albion, adopted 
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wall, Marshall- 

j town; aged 24; enlisted, Chicago, Aug., 
1917; stationed Ft. Sam Houston, Tex.; 



overseas early summer of 1918; Lieut., 
Co. K, 132d Inf.; wounded in action in aim 
and hip; died of wounds, Oct. 24, 1918; 
posthumously cited for exceptional bra- 
very in action in leading his men against 
strong machine gun nests in the Boise 
Maulamont, Oct. 8, 1918. 

WALL, WAYLAND W., State Center; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

WALLACE, ROY ELMER, Marshalltown; 
Mrs. R. E. Wallace, wife; aged 21, ma- 
chinist; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge. 

WALLISH, LAWRENCE F., Marshalltown, 
son Mrs. Mary Wallish; aged 20, machin- 
ist; enlisted. Ft. Logan, Colo., Jan. 2, 1918; 
stationed South San Antonio, Tex.; 662d 
Aero Squadron. 

WALTEMEYER, RAYMOND, Marshall- 
town, son Mrs. Lucinda West; aged 26, 
carpenter; recruited June 11, 1917; eleven 
months in Ft. Logan, Ft. Riley, Camp 
Logan, Tex., Camp McClellan, Ala., Camp 
Merritt, N. J.; overseas Aug., 1918; Hdq. 
Co., 79th F. A.; transferred to Bat. B, 
79th F. A., head cook; one year in France; 
mustered out. Camp Dcdge, June 28, 1919. 

WALTER, ROY H., Beaman, son Mr. and 
Mrs. S. W. Walter; aged 20; recniited 
May 4, 1917; stationed Ft. Scott, Cal.; C. 
A. "C; died. Ft. Scott, July 28, 1917; first 
death among recruits from Marshall 
county. 

WALTERS, AVERY LEE, Marshalltown; 
aged 23, farmer; selective, July 24, 1918, 
Camp Pike, Ark.; Cpl. Motor Truck Co. 
341; mustered out. Camp Pike, May 13, 
1919. 

WALTERS, EDWARD F., Burlington; in- 
ducted at Burlington as from this county, 
July 24, 1918; sent to Camp Pike, Ark. 

WALTON, ARCHIE H., Marshallto%\Ti; 
Mrs. Archie Walton, wife; aged 28, con- 
tractor; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; Sergt. Q. M. Corps, 88th Div. 

WANTZ, CARMIE, demons, son Mr. and 
Mrs. Robert E. Wantz; aged 23, farmer; 
recruited Dec. 10, 1917. Aviation sect.; 
stationed Waco, Tex.; 48th Aerial Squad- 
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WARD, DAN P., Marshalltown; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

WARD, HARRY M., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. A. E. Ward; enlisted Feb. 14, 
1917, C. A.; stationed Ft. Winfield Scott, 
Camp Funtson, and Presidio, Cal.; over- 
seas about July 1, 1918; Bat. A., 62d Reg., 
C. A. C. 

WARD, IRA AUSTIN, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Ward; aged 28, labor- 
er; selective, Feb. 24, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
transferred to Houston, Tex.; overseas 
June, 1918; Co. I, 131st Inf., 33d Div.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, June 2, 1919. 

WARD, THOMAS LEO, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ward; M. H. S. '16; 
enlisted, navy, Minneapolis, Minn., April 
16, 1918; stationed U. S. Naval Hosp.; 
ordered to receiving ship at New York, 
Dec, 1918. 

WARD, WILLIAM R., Marshalltown; en- 
listed July 27, 1917; stationed Ft. Douglas, 
Ariz.; Co. M, 20th Inf. 

WARMOUTH, BERT, Marshalltown; Mrs. 
Marie Warmouth, wife; aged 27, laborer; 
selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; 
Pvt. 1st class, Co. G, 128th Inf.; served 
with 133d and 128th Inf. at Chateau 
Thierry, July 28 to Aug. 4, 1918; wound- 
ed in act'on; mustered out, Camp Dodge, 
Feb. 11, 1919. 

WARN, WALTER S., Marshallto\\-n, son 
Mrs. Sadie Warn; aged 31; selective, Aug. 
23, 1918, Camp Dodge; overseas Sept. 23, 
1918; Co. M, 809th Pioneer Inf. 

WATSON, FLOYD E., Marshallto^^•n ; en- 
listed. Inf.; stationed Chickamauga Park, 
Ga.; Co. A, 53d Inf. 

WATSON, JOHN T., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. W. P. Watson; enlisted March 
26, 1917; overseas sixteen and one-half 
months; first day bombardment group, 
20th Aero Squadron; St. Mihiel sector to 
end of war, as aerial observer; returned 
to U. S., May 1, 1919. 

WATSON, RALPH, State Center, son Mr. 
and Mrs. William E. Watson; aged 24, 



storekeeper; enlisted, Des Moines, Dec. 12, 
1917, as aerial carpenter (aeroplane 
making); stationed Pensacola, Fla.; trans- 
ferred to League Island Navy Yards, 
Philadelphia; overseas to Killingholme, 
near Hull, England, where remained to 
end of war; returned to U. S., Dec. 20, 
1918. 

WATSON, ROBERT LETTS, State Center, 
son Mr. and Mrs. William E. Watson; 
aged 17, student; enlisted, navy, Des 
Moines, March 9, 1916; stationed Great 
Lakes, 111.; assigned to U. S. S. Texas; 
witnessed surrender of German Grand 
Fleet; member of prize crew. 

WATTERS, HAROLD, Marshalltown; se- 
lective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

WEATHERLY EARL T., Liscomb; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; ar- 
rived overseas Oct., 1918. 

WEATHERMAN, HUGH, Beaman, son Mr. 
and Mrs. W. J. Weatherman; aged 21, 
farmer; recruited, Marshalltown, May 10, 
1917; stationed Ft. Logan, Colo., Pvt. Bat. 
C, 5th F. A.; transferred to Ft. Bliss, Tex.; 
overseas Aug., 1917; killed in action, 
March 1, 1918, in German attack in St. 
Mihiel salient, north of Toul; first soldier 
from Marshall county killed in action; 
posthumously awarded Distinguished Ser- 
vice Cross. 

WEAVER, WILLIAM CHARLES, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Weaver; 
aged 23; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to Washington Univ.; 
overseas May 5, 1918; Pvt. 1st class, 45th 
Co., 20th Reg., Eng. Corps; mustered out. 
Camp Mills, N. Y., May, 1919. 

WEBER, BENJAMIN G., Jlarshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Weber; aged 28; 
selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
transferred to Washington, D. C; over- 
seas May, 1918; 45th Co., 20th Eng.; 
mustered out. Camp Dodge, June 10, 1919. 

WEBER, GEORGE D., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Weber; aged 18; re- 
ci-uited Oct. 28, 1917; stationed Ft. Lo- 
gan, Colo.; transferred to Camp McDow- 
ell; sent to Philippines, Jan., 1918; Pvt., 
16th Co., C. A. C. 



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WEBER, WILLIAM, Marshalltown; select- 
ive, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; dis- 
charged, physical disability, Dec. 7, 1917, 
Camp Dodge. 

WEHRMAN, HUGO J., Melbourne, son Mr. 
and Mrs. William Wehrman; aged 23, far- 
mer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; cook, Co. A, Convalescent Center; 
mustered out, Camp Dodge, April 2, 1919. 

WELKER, LIEUT. DAVID RALPH, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Welker; 
aged 25, dentist; enlisted Dent. Res.; com- 
missioned 1st Lieut. Dent. Sec, Aug. 23, 
1917; stationed Camp Sheridan, Ala.; 
28th Inf.; mustered out Dec. 28, 1918. 

WELTER, LOUIS, Marshalltown; aged 21; 
entered O. T. S., Camp Zachary Taylor, 
Ky., Oct. 24, 1918; mustered out, Dec. 14, 
1918. 

WENGERT, ORVILLE G., State Center; 
aged 22, farmer; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; Pvt. Vet. Field Unit, 19th 
T. H. & M. P.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, 
Jan. 28, 1919. 

WEST, CARL H., Marshalltown; navy; ar- 
rived overseas Aug., 1918. 

WEST, CLYDE ERNEST, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. George E. West; aged 
21, motorcycle mechanic; selective, Feb. 
26, 1918, Camp Dodge; overseas May, 
1918; Co. D, 42d Eng.; made Cpl. Co. F, 
4th Bat., 20th Eng.; transferred to 12th 
Co., 20th Eng.; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, June 1, 1919. 

WEST, EARL CLIFFORD, Marshalltown; 
enlisted, navy, July 23, 1918; called into 
service Oct. 29; mustered out. Great 
Lakes, 111., Jan. 18, 1919. 

WEST, FRANK J., Haverhill; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

WEST, GEORGE F., Rhodes; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

WEST, WYATE E., Rhodes; aged 18; re- 
cruited March 18, 1918; C. A. C. 

WEUVE, EARL W., State Center; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

WHALEY, EARL E., R. F. D. 4, Marshall- 



town, son Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whaley; re- 
cruited April 17, 1917; 5th F. A., A. E. F. 

WHINERY, HUGH, MarshalltowTi, son Mr. 
and Mrs. E. W. Whinery; enlisted, navy, 
Des Moines, July 2, 1917; stationed New- 
port, R. I.; transferred to receiving ship, 
Boston, Aug., 1917; in Cuban waters win- 
ter 1918-19. 

WHINERY, SAMUEL L., Bangor; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

WHINERY, VERN R., Sioux City, son Mr. 
and Mrs. J. M. Whinery, Marshalltown; 
aged 23, dentist; enlisted, Dent. Res., Jan., 
1918; sent to Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga., July 20, 
1918; Pvt. 1st class; mustered out, Camp 
Dodge, Feb. 28, 1919. 

WHISTLER, EARNEST CECIL, Rhodes; 
aged 24, farmer; selective. May 13, 1918, 
Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; transferred to 
Camp MacArthur, Tex.; Co. D, 13th Inf., 
7th Div., A. E. F. 

WHITE, CLARENCE, Rhodes, son Mr. and 
Mrs. J. O. White; aged 23; selective, Sept. 
6, 1918, Camp Dodge; died, Camp Dodge, 
Oct. 16, 1918. 

WHITE, DEE MILLAR, Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Susan W. White; M. H. S. '14; book- 
keeper; enlisted, marines, Chicago, June 1. 
1917; training at Paiis Island, N. C, and 
Norfolk, Va.; stationed Philadelphia Navy 
Yards; on U. S. S. San Diego, torpedoed 
July 19, 1918, off Fire Island, N. Y., en 
I'oute to New York from dry dock; in 
water four hours before rescued; Q. M. 
Sergt. school, Norfolk; mustered out, Nor- 
folk, Jan. 31, 1919. 

WHITE, FRANK J., Marshalltown; select- 
ive, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

WHITE, HAROLD A., Rhodes, son Mr. and 
Mrs. J. O. White; U. S. N. R. C; I. S. C, 
Ames; discharged, Ames, Dec. 20, 1918. 

WHITE, RALPH, Rhodes, son Mr. and Mrs. 
J. O. White; enlisted, navy; stationed 
Great Lakes, 111. 

WHITE, RAY EDISON, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. White: aged 25, book- 
keeper; enlisted, navy. Jut? 21, 1918, Des 
Moines; stationed Great Lakes, 111.; dis- 
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WHITED, GLENN, Marshalltowii, son Mr. 
and Mrs. C. E. Whited; enlisted, navy; 
chief storekeeper. Great Lakes Naval 
Training Station, 111.; designated to attend 
assistant paymasters' school, Princeton 
Univ. 

WHITZELL, ELMER, Marshalltown; en- 
listed, navy; stationed Great Lakes, 111. 

WICKERSHAM, EMMETT C., Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Wick- 
ersham; aged 19, clerk; enlisted, Ft. Lo- 
gan, Colo., Jan. 10, 1918; Sergt. 84th Aero 
Squadron, Air Service; mustered out, 
Kelly Field, Tex., April 3, 1919. 

WICKLUM, EARL, Marshalltown; 109th 
Eng., A. E. F.; returned to U. S., June, 
1919. 

WIENEKE, ROYAL A., State Center; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

WILBUR, FRANK, Marshalltown; select- 
ive, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

WILCOX, FRANCIS J., Marshalltown, son 
Mrs. Sarah Wilcox; recruited April 17, 
1917; stationed Ft. Baker, Cal.; Co. 12, 
C. A. C; overseas July, 1918. 

WILDMAN, JOHN FREDERICK, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wild- 
man; aged 19, student, M. H. S. '17; en- 
rolled, Ames, S. A. T. C, Oct. 1, 1918. 

WILDMAN, KARL WOODBURY, Chap- 
pell, Neb., son Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wild- 
man, Marshalltown; aged 25; enlisted, 
Mech. Trn. School, U. of Neb., July 1, 
1917; assigned to Bat. B, 9th Bn., F. A. 
R. D., Camp Taylor, Ky.; transferred to 
Bat. B, 75th F. A.; Camp Sheridan, Ala.; 
Sergt.; mustered out Dec, 1918. 

WILEY, JAMES H., Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Cora H. Wiley; aged 27, med. student; re- 
cruited Aug. 20, 1917; stationed Ft. Lo- 
gan, Morrison, Va., and San Antonio, Tex.; 
A. E. F., England and France, Jan. 28 to 
Dec. 5, 1918; Sergt. 1st class, 470th Aero 
Squadron; mustered out. Garden City, N. 
Y., Dec. 20, 1918. 

WILHELMI, OLLIE E. E., R. F. D., Mar- 
shalltown; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp 
Dodgs. 



WILKENS, RALPH A., North English, la.; 
selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

WILKERSON, HARRY O., Liscomb; select- 
ive, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

WILKERSON, ROBERT HUGH, State Cen- 
ter, son Mr. and Mrs. Van Wilkerson; 
aged 25, mechanic and farmer; enlisted, 
Des Moines, Nov. 3, 1917; overseas Dec, 
1917; Co. B, 1st Bn., 30th Eng., A. E. F. 

WILKIE, LEO JOSEPH, Timber Creek, son 
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wilkie; aged 22, far- 
mer; selective, Sept. 17, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; overseas Oct., 1918; Hdq. Co. 133d 
Inf.; transferred to 312th M. G. Co., 78th 
Div.; returned to U. S., June 4, 1919. 

WILLARD, FRANK H., JR., Marshalltown. 
son Frank H. Willard; aged 19, student; 
S. A. T. C, I. S. C, Ames; transferred to 
O. T. C, F. A., Camp Zachary Taylor, 
Ky., Nov. 6, 1918; 8th Ahsev'rat Batt.; 
mustered out, Dec, 1918. 

WILLIAMS, CEDRIC S., Marshalltown; se- 
lective, July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga. 

WILLIAMS, THOMAS EMMETT, R. F. D. 
2, Marshalltown; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, 
Camp Dodge; transferred to Camp Cody, 
N. M., then to Camp Merritt, N. J.; over- 
seas June 28, 1918, Co. 4, A. R. D.; taken 
from ship at Winchester, England, with 
typhoid fever; in hospitpl there until Sept. 
25; sent to France, where again taken to 
hospital; returned to U. S. with Casual 
Co. 308; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 
16, 1919. 

WILLIAMS, WILBER B., Marshalltown, 
son Mrs. Fannie B. Williams; aged 22, 
mechanic; selective, Feb. 26. 1918; arrived 
overseas May, 1918; Pvt. Co. D, 33d Eng.; 
returned to U. S., June 2, 1919. 

WILLIAMSON, JAMES, State Center; re- 
cruited May 8, 1917. 

WILLIGROD, GEORGE E., Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. George Willigrod; aged 
18, student, M. H. S., '18; S. A. T. C, 
U. of Wis.; discharged, Madison, Wis., 
Dec 15, 1918. 

WILLITS, GEORGE P., Forrest City; trans- 
ferred to Marshall county; inducted as 
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WILLS, CHARLES F., Marshalltown; aged 
27, gas engine mechanic; inducted Sept. 
24, 1918; Pvt. Cas. Det. 26, 163d Depot 
Brig.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 8, 
1919. 

WILLS, JOHN A., Marshalltown, son R. B. 
Wills, I. S. H.; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; arrived in England, Sept., 
mS; Co. B, 327th M. G. Bn. 

WILSCHUTZ, PAUL H., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wilschutz; recruited 
May 9, 1917; stationed El Paso, Tex., and 
Washington, D. C; Co. D, 2d Eng., A. 
E. F. 

WILSON, DEWEY, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. W. M. Wilson; Co. A, 168th Inf., 
42d (Rainbow) Div., A. E. F.; gassed Aug., 
1918; mustered out. Camp Dodge, May 
17, 1919. 

WILSON, HARRY, R. F. D., Marshalltown; 
reci-uited, baker company, July 23, 1917. 

WILSON, LEVERT W., Marshalltown; se- 
lective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

WILTAMUTH, LIEUT. RALPH, Marshall- 
town; Mrs. Pearl Wiltamuth, Grinnell, la., 
wife; enlisted, 1st la. Cav., Aug. 10, 1917; 
sent to Camp Cody, N. M.; made Sergt. 
Co. A, 127th M. G. Bn.; commissioned 2d 
Lieut. Dec. 20, 1917; transferred to Hdq. 
Co., 133d Inf.; commissioned 1st Lieut. 
March, 1918; transferred to Ft. Sill, Okla., 
April 20, 1918. to attend Inf. School of 
Arms; transferred to Camp Dix, N. J.; 
overseas Sept. 8, 1918, in advance party 
for division; stationed Liverpool, U. S. 
Motor Trans. Corps; transferred to com- 
mand, France, Oct. 26, 1918. 

WILTS, FRED C, Marshallto\\-n, son Mr. 
and Mrs. H. Wilts; aged 25, traveling 
salesman; enlisted. Ft. Logan, Colo., Sept. 
10, 1917; Q. M. Corps; transferred to New 
York with Q. M. Corps; mustered out. 
New York City, Dec. 6, 1918. 

WILTS, HERMAN J., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Wilts; aged 28, account- 
ant; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
transferred to Camp Sherman 0., then to 
Camp Merritt, N. J.; arrived overseas 
May, 1918; in action in June; 319th F. S. 



Bn., Med. Det.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, 
June 9, 1919. 

WILTSE, RALPH M., Marshallto%\-n; aged 
25, surveyor; selective, Sept. 6, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; Hdq. Co., 88th Inf.; mus- 
tered out, Camp Dodge, Jan. 27, 1919. 

WINEBRENNER, JOHN M., Marshalltown; 
selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

WINDISH, JOHN R., Marshalltown; aged 
21, chauffeur; recruited, Dec. 8, 1917, 
Aero Sect. 

WINGERT, ORVILLE G., State Center; in- 
ducted Sept. 6, 1918, Vet. Sect., San. Field 
Unit, 19th Div., Camp Dodge; mustered 
out. Camp Dodge, Jan. 28, 1919. 

WINSLOW, HENRY W., R. F. D. 3, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Wins- 
low; aged 25, farmer; enlisted Dec, 1917; 
stationed Ft. Winfield Scott, Cal.; Co. 3, 
C. A. C; transferred to Nowen, Philip- 
pine Islands. 

WINTER, CARL DAVID, Marshallto\\'n, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winter; aged 24, 
tinner; enlisted, navy, Des Moines, Jan. 
25, 1918; Nav. Res., Pensacola, Fla., cop- 
persmith, 2d class; discharged, Pelham 
Bay, N. Y., Feb. 11, 1919. 

WINTER, NIALE, Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Charles Winter; aged 26, far- 
mer; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp Dodge; 
sei-vice in France. 

WINTER, VERNON C, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winter; machinist; 
enlisted; arrived overseas Aug., 1918. 

WINTERRINGER, HERMAN B., Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. William E. Win- 
terringer; selective, July 31, 1918, Camp 
Forrest, Ga. 

WINTERS, RAY W., Marshalltown; select- 
ive, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

WINTERS, ROY W., Marshalltown; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

WIRTH, RUSSELL, Marshalltown, son Mrs. 
Anna Wirth; aged 23, mail carrier; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; Pvt. 
Hdq. Co., Dev. Bn. No. 5, 162d Depot 
Brig.; mustered out. Camp Pike, Dec. 9, 
1918. 



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WITKOWSKI, WILLIAM, inducted at Beat- 
rice, Neb., as from this county, July 24, 
1918; sent to Camp Pike, Ark. 

WOELLHOF, CAPT. HENRY A., Marshall- 
town; member I. N. G. sixteen years; 1st 
Lieut. Reg. Staff, Ft. Des Moines; com- 
missioned Capt., June 8, 1917, Co. I, 1st. 
la. Inf.; took command of company July 
1, 1917; discharged. Camp Cody, N. M., 
physical disability, Aug., 1918. 

WOGAN, ASHLEY N., inducted in Ohio, as 
from this county, June 24, 1918; sent to 
Camp Dodge. 

WOGAN, HARRY B., Green Mountain; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

WOLF, ARTHUR, R. F. D. 7, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Wolf; aged 24, 
laborer; selective, June 24, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; Co. M, 350th Inf., 88th Div.; trans- 
ferred to Camp Upton, N. Y.; assigned 
Base Hosp., Ward D7; transferred to 
Camp Wheeler, Ga., Dev. Bn., Co. 16; 
mustered out, Camp Dodge, Dec. 26, 1918. 

WOLF, CLARENCE, R. F. D. 7, Marshall- 
town, son Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Wolf; 
selective, Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge; Co. 
56, 14th Bn., 163d Depot Brig.; mustered 
out, Camp Dodge, Feb. 13, 1919. 

WOLF, JOSEPH, R. F. D. 7, Marshalltown, 
son Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Wolf; select- 
ive, April 29, 1918, Camp Dodge; overseas 
Aug., 1918; Co. G, 357th Inf.; 90th Div.; 
Bois de Friere, Vilcey-sur-Preny, Foret 
des Vanchere, Bois des Rappes, St. Mi- 
hiel sector, Bantheville, Aincreville road, 
Halles, Villefranche, Wiseppe, north of 
Argonne; army of occupation, Germany. 

WOLKEN, ARTHUR, Gilman; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

WOLKEN, ELMER O., Dillon; selective, 
July 31, 1918, Camp Forrest, Ga. 

WONDER, LIEUT. HAROLD D., Marshall- 
town; Mrs. F. S. Hynds, sister; aged 27, 
dentist; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; Cas. Corps Sergt., Dent. Dept.; 
Co. E, 1st Reg. 2 R C; commissioned 
Lieut.; mustered out, Feb. 8, 1919. 



WOOD, BENJAMIN S., Marshalltown; re- 
cruited July 27, 1917, baker company; sta- 
tioned Camp Funston, Kan.; Bakery Co. 
No. 316. 

WOOD, CHARLES W., Charles City; select- 
ive, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

WOOD, HARRY 0., State Center, son Mr. 
and Mrs. T. S. Wood; enlisted; stationed 
Camp Logan, Houston, Tex.; Bat. E., 3d 
F. A. 

WOOD, PAUL LUTHER; aged 18; S. A. T. 
C, Coe College; discharged. Cedar Rapids, 
Dec. 11. 1918. 

WOODWARD, BARTLE H., State Center; 
selective, limited service, Sept. 4, 1918, 
Camp Funston, Kan. 

WOODWARD, DEWEY, Green Mountain; 
recruited Oct. 9, 1917. 

WOODWORTH, DONALD, R. F. D. 5, Mar- 
shalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Wood- 
worth; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, 
Ark.; 3d Co., 13th Tr. and Rep. Bn. 

WOODWORTH, GEORGE, R. F. D., Mar- 
shalltown; son Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Wood- 
worth; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, 
Ark.; 1st Co., 13th Tr. and Rep. Bn. 

WOOLARD, HENRY, Marshalltown; se- 
lective, July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark.; 
discharged, physical disability, Aug., 1918. 

WOOSTER, ALFRED H., Marshalltown, 
son Mrs. Mabel B. Wooster; aged 21; en- 
listed, Des Moines, Aug., 1917; stationed 
Camp Cody, N. M., and Ft. Sill, Okla.; 
sent eastward for transport to France; 
taken ill and confined to hospital; Sergt. 
Co. H, Cas. Bn., Camp Merritt, N. J.; 
mustered out, June, 1919. 

WORDEN, ALBERT W., Marshalltown; 
Mrs. Ruth Worden, wife; aged 21, team- 
ster; enlisted; Co. A, 123d M. G. Bn. 

WORK, HERBERT R., Bluford, 111., son Mr. 
and Mrs. J. H. Work; aged 23, auto me- 
chanic; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, Camp 
Dodge; transferred to American Univ., 
Washington, D. C; overseas May, 1918; 
Co. B, 42d Eng. 



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WORRELL, HARRY L., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. James Worrell, Orleans, 
Ind.; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp 
Dodge; overseas Aug. 8, 1918; Sergt. Hdq. 
Co., 313th Eng., A. E. F.; returned to U. 
S., June 7, 1919. 

WRIGHT, HARRY 0., Marshalltown; Cpl. 
Inf.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, Dec. 18, 
1918. 

WULF, FRED, Laurel; aged 24, truck 
driver; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; Pvt. 1st Prov. Co. of Camp 
Upton, N. Y.; mustered out, Camp Dodge, 
Dec. 11, 1918. 

WYATT, JOHN E., Montpelier, N. D., son 
Mrs. G. A. Weston; aged 27, farmer; se- 
lective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge; trans- 
ferred to Camp Cody, N. M.; Cpl. Co. M, 
133d Inf.; overseas eight months; mus- 
tered out, Camp Dodge, June, 1919. 

YORK, OSCAR C, Marshalltown; aged 24, 
farmer; selective, July 24, 1918, Camp 
Pike, Ark.; mustered out. Camp Dodge, 
Dec. 30, 1918. 

YOUNG, JOHN J., Marshalltown; aged 28, 
machinist; selective, April 5,1918, Sweeney 
Auto School, Kansas City, Mo.; 1st Sergt. 
Co. 6, Mort. Tr. Det.; mustered out, Kan- 
sas City, Dec. 10, 1918. 

YOUNKIN, JOHN, Melbourne; aged 29, far- 
mer; selective, Sept. 19, 1917, Camp Dodge. 

ZAHND, GUS E., Marshalltown; selective, 
Sept. 6, 1918, Camp Dodge. 

ZATECHKA, FRED, LeGrand, son Mr. and 
Mrs. John Zatechka; aged 22; selective, 



April 29, 1918, Camp Dodge; overseas 
June 30, 1918; wagoner. Supply Co., 358th 
Inf.; Bois de Friere, Vilcey-sur-Preny, 
Foret des Venchlres, Bois des Rappes and 
Souleuvre, in St. Mihiel sector, Halles, 
Villefranche, ruined bridge of Sassey, Baa- 
Ion and Stenay; raids, Sept. 23 to 26, pene- 
trated Hindenburg line, Argonne sector, 
Bantheville; army of occupation. 

ZEISNEISS, FRED HENRY, R. F. D., Mar- 
shalltown; aged 22, farmer; selective. 
Camp Funston, Kan., Aug. 29, 1918; Pvt. 
Co. C, 29th M. G. Bn.; mustered out. Camp 
Funston, Jan. 24, 1919. 

ZIEHLER, FRED C, Des Moines; selective, 
July 24, 1918, Camp Pike, Ark. 

ZINK, WALTER LEE, Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Zink; aged 22, farmer; 
enlisted, navy, Des Moines, Dec. 11, 1917; 
stationed Great Lakes, 111.; assigned to 
U. S. S. North Carolina; seaman 2d class; 
discharged, Pelham Bay, N. Y., Jan. 13, 
1919. 

ZINK, WILLIAM LELAND, Green Moun- 
tain, son Mr. and Mrs. John P. Zink; aged 
20, student, M. H. S. '17; recniited Feb. 5, 
1918; aviation sect., Sig. Corps; stationed 
Ft. Logan, Kelly Field, Ebbets Field, Ft. 
McClelland; transferred to engineers in 
order to go overseas; arrived in France 
about June 26, 1918; Meuse offensive, Ar- 
gonne forest; gassed; Cpl. Co. B, 104th 
Eng., 29th Div.; mustered out. Camp 
Dodge, June 7, 1919. 

ZUERCHER, FRED W., Marshalltown; se- 
lective, Oct. 15, 1918; I. S. C, Ames, for 
mechanical training. 



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ROSTER OF MARSHALL COUNTY SOLDIERS AND SAILORS (Continued) 



(Too lato fcr Classification.) 



BENDLAGE, GEORGE, Marslialltown, sen 
T. A. Bendlage; S. A. T. C, Ames; applied 
for R. 0. T. C.; awaiting order when 
armistice was signed. 

BOUCHER, LIEUT. FRANCIS E., physi- 
cian and surgeon; M. H. S. '04; Lieut., 
Med. Dept. 

BUIHNER, FLOYD, Marshalltown; U.S.N. 

CHRISTI ANSON, KARL, Marshalltown; 
enlisted, fall of 1916. 

DAVIS, PERRY, Marshalltown; 126th Inf., 
32d Div. 

GILCHRIST, CAPT. WILLIAM R., Grand 
Island, Neb., sen Mrs. Ida S. Gilchrist, 
Marshalltown; enlisted R. O. T. C, Ft. 
Snelling, Minn., May 1, 1917; commis- 
sioned 1st Lieut., Aug. 1; stationed Camp 
Cody, N. M. ; made intell'gence effieer and 
promoted to Capt.; arrived overseas Oct., 
1918; 134th Inf., 34th Div., A. E. F. 

HOUGHTON, REX, Albicn; S. A. T. C. 

HOWIG, HARLEY B., Marshalltown, son 
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Howig; enlisted, navy, 
Des Moines, July 30, 1917; discharged. 
New York, July 27, 1917; enrolled, Detroit, 
Mich., June 28, 1918; Eng., 2d class, U. S. 
N. R. F.; released frcm active duty, U. S. 
S. Arcadia, Hoboken, N. J., May 14, 1919. 

LONDAHL, CAPT. M. M., Marshalltown, 
minister; chaplain in regular army ten 
years; one year in France with Coast Art.; 
with combat troops at St. Mihiel and Ar- 
gonne forest; now stationed at Ft. Wor- 
den. Wash. 



OBERLE, RAYMOND KENNETH, Mar- 
shallto\ra; S. A. T. C, Omaha, Neb. 

O'BRIEN, WILLIAM, Marshalltown, son J. 
E. O'Brien, St. Paul, Minn.; postal clerk; 
enlisted; service in France. 

OLSON, KNUD J., Marshalltown, son Mr. 
and Mrs. Dan Olson; selective, Nov. 29, 
1917, Camp Dodge; 2d Bn. Intelligence 
Dept., 325th Inf., 82d Div., A. E. F.; scout 
service Toul sector, Metz front, Argonne 
forest; wounded in hand, shrapnel splinter, 
Argonne forest, Oct. 14, 1918; mustered 
out Jan. 13, 1919. 

VON SPRECKELSEN, WILLI AM A., Clover- 
dale, Ind., son Mr. and Mrs. John A. Von 
Spreckelsen; selective, Feb. 26, 1918, 
Camp Dodge; transferred to Washington, 
D. C; overseas May 20, 1917; Co. D, 43d 
Eng. 



DAVIDSON, REV. R. B., Marshalltown; ap- 
pointed chaplain Camp Paul Jones, Great 
Lakes, 111, Feb., 1918. 

GILMAN, C. E., Marshalltown, Y. M. C. A. 
physical instructor; Y. M. C. A. work, 
Camp Dodge, Dec, 1917, to July 1, 1918. 

LINN, DR. JAMES P., Marshalltown; Y. M. 
C. A. work Camp Dodge and in France. 

MALLOY, C. W., State Center; K. of C. sec- 
retary; enrolled Sept. 24, 1918; discharged 
Dec. 9, 1918. 

ROSKOPF, MICHAEL C, Marshalltown; 
K. of C. secretary. 



DIED 

PFANTZ, HARLAND G., State Center; un- 
officially reported by Red Cross to have 
died in France Oct. 26, 1918; no report 
of the death has come from the War De- 
partment. 



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MARSHALL COUNTY HONOR MEDAL 




At the first call of the government men began to leave Marshall county for service. Until 
the draft went into effect the boys left singly or in small groups. The citizens of the county 
began to realize the boys were going to war and no public form of appreciation was being 
shown. A fund was raised to give the boys a banquet, but for many valid reasons this was 
found to be impracticable. A special committee was named to care for this matter. After 
considering many proposals it was decided to give each man going from the county something 
that could be secured only by real service. A suitable bronze medal, inscribed with the own- 
er's name, together with a wrist watch, was given each man. This practice continued until 
the watches proved to be unfit and not worth the cost. The committee then decided to se- 
cure a medal which would cost the same amount as the former medal and watch. This was 
done and the cut of the medal is shown above. The purpose of the committee was to give 
each soldier and sailor in Marshall county this token of appreciation. Medals were given 
the Red Cross nurses as well. 

In order to finance this movement funds were raised by the merchants, and employes 
of factories and the stores, and the towns of the county also sent in funds. The commit- 
tee listed below had charge of all demonstrations made for the men on leaving: 

General committee: R. W. McCreery, chairman; J. B. Northcott, secretary-treasurer; 
E. A. Franquemont, A. W. Carlson, E. R. Lay, E. H. Draper, B. C. Whitehill, W. C. McCar- 
ten and Frank Ryder. 

C. C. St. Clair, chairman; A. F. Balch and B. F. Cummings. 

B. C. Whitehill, chairman; F. M. Wilbur, A. W. Carlson and 



Committee on speakers: 
Committee on parades: 
Palmer. 



Committee to secure names of soldiers: H. J. Rodgers, chairman; Leroy Jones, E. A. 
Franquemont. 

Committee on medals: E. H. Draper, chairman; J. Sidney Johnson and J. B. Northcott. 
Committee on publicity: H. J. Rodgers, chairman; J. Sidney Johnson and J. B. Northcott. 



Page Two Hundred Sixty 




HARRY CARL 



FINLEY J. ISEMAN 
(Wounded) 



DEE MILLAR WHITE 

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LESTER H. FLOWER 



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CLARENCE SUNDAY 



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WILLIAM TKAVIS SCHILLING 




OLIK THOMPSON 



GEORGE S. FORD 



CLIFFORD C. PLUMB 

Page Two Hundred Sixty-three 




THOMAS WILLIAM PERRY 
Page Two Hundred Sixty-four 



EARL CLIFFORD WEST 



EDWARD C. MIKSCHL 




W. CHARLES HEINTZ 



VERN CLEMONS 



THEODORE BENDLAGE. JR. 




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LEONARD C. RICHARDSON 



JOHN WEBSTER FORD 

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E. M. RICHARDS 



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JOSEPH THEODORE SCHILLING 
Page Two Hundred Sixty-six 



RALPH V. ENO 



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MARTIN ATSDAI 



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WILLIAM L. ZINK 





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REV. II. B. DAVIDSON 

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Great Lakes Naval Training Station 




LOUIK r. OLSON 





F. A. MOSCRIP 
County Food Administrator ■ 

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Dcnjajuin Bt^1u5 Ofeoii 



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John Johnson (^Id^yiiiinS) 




BEN G. GOODALE 

(CROIX DE GUERRE) 



SERGT. CHARLES W. PECKHAM 

(TWICE CITED FOR BRAVERY) 




CAPT. M. M. LONDAHL 



Page Two Hundred Seventy-three 



COOTIE GARMENT MAKERS 




George 



1. Mi-s. A. C. Everist : 2. Mrs. C. E. Giddinps : 3. Mrs. F. S. Jerome; 4. Dr. Cora Williams Choate ; 5, 
D. Brown : 6. Mrs. J. Edenburn : 7. Mrs. Charles Munson ; 8. Mrs. L. C. Everist ; 9. Mrs. Emma Waters ; 10, Mrs. 
Charles Bates; 11. Mrs. M. R. Dunham; 12. Mrs. J. H. Jansen ; 13, Mrs, E. T. Austin; 14, Mrs. L. L. Thompson; 
15, Mrs Will Culley: 16. Mrs. Abbie Knights; 17, Mrs. F. O. Bailey; 18, Mrs. Robert Mullin. 




1, Miss Bertha Johnson; 2, Mrs. Charles Bernstein; 3, Mr- 
Swineley ; 6, Mrs. C. B. Johnson ; 7. Mrs. Philip Vogt ; 8, Mr 
Eadie; 11, Mrs. A. H. Simon; 12, Mrs. G. S. Nugent; 13, Mrs 
Pepper; 16, Mrs. Mary Thornton; 17, Mrs. P. W. Burke. 



C. W. Hughes; 4, Mrs. Marion Gard ; 5, Mrs 
. N. O. Tweed ; 9, Mrs May Sandoe ; 10, Mrs 
A. E. Myers; 14, Mrs. Mai-y Waiters; 15, Mr 



Page Two Hundred Seventy-four 




Back Row (left to rit'ht)--Florence Lang. Marie Eeusch. Stella Lamb, Bertha Hasenstab, Ella Burns. Anna 
Curren. Mabel Bechtel, Grace Topt. May Watters. Celia Reusch, Anne Nolan. Anna McMahon. Florence Walters. Mary 
Kennehan, Beatrice Musil. Helen Pink. 

Front Row (left to ricrhtl— Mav Lang, Hilda Richards. Kathrvn Kennehan. Marie Welsh. Adaline Richards. Marie 
Welp. Anna Burns, Minnie Kaliney. 

THE CLOSING CHAPTER 




Marion Card. Cha 



of Exemption Board. Shipping Records of Marshall County Draft to 
Washington. D. C. March 31, 1919 



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