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News tidbits: Men in Military - 1918
Posted by: Fran (ID *****9256) Date: September 07, 2010 at 18:40:47
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The Daily Ardmoreite
Ardmore, Carter County, Oklahoma
Thursday, November 21, 1918
Milburn by STELLA SIMS, correspondent
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PERVIN FRENCH has been reported killed in action in France.
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N. MIKKELSEN and CHARLES HERD were in Tishomingo Monday and gave their report for the war work campaign in Milburn. The quota for the town was oversubscribed.
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Word was received Monday at the Red Cross rooms that the time for sending Christmas packages to the boys 'over there' will be extended 10 days.
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Tuesday, November 26, 1918
Tishomingo by MINNIE HAYS, correspondent
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COODLE CUMMINGS of the S.A.T.C. at Ada is here spending a ten day furlough.
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LEE NEELY is home on a ten day furlough.
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NED LOONEY returned from Camp Pike, Arkansas.
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Word has been received from MARVIN CHAPMAN, who was discharged from the army because of wounds received while fighting in France, that he is in a hospital in New York and will not be home for a month.
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Word was received last week that HOMER ARMSTRONG had been killed in France.
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Tuesday, November 26, 1918
Wapanucka by SALLIE MONTGOMERY, correspondent
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MRS. NEWTON HORNER received word that her son ROY has arrived safely overseas.
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PRIVATE EURA HUNT of Camp Cody, New Mexico, arrived Saturday night. He was given an honorable discharge on the grounds of disability caused by a prolonged illness of pneumonia following influenza.
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A card was received last week by MRS. SENDDER from her husband that he had arrived safely overseas.
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Tuesday, December 3, 1918
Wapanucka by SALLIE MONTGOMERY
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A letter received from F. E. MAYTUBBY, who is at Camp Jackson, South Carolina, stating that he expects to be released from army service soon and will back to resume his duties at the Oklahoma State Bank.
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A cablegram received from PRIVATE WILL BEARD stated he was well. He belongs with the engineering corps in France.
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