Anna Morlock, Leaving for France 1934
scv- their the just ot HVINII FOR FRANCE IRS. LOVIE WHITECOTTON GOES OK GOLD STAB MOTHERS' PILGRIMAGE. Another Kokomo woman, the rst to go this season, will e Gold Star Mothers' pilgrimage France, made possible through e-generosity of the United States ivernment. hltecotton, treet, who She is Mrs. Lovie 1800 will South Buckeye!his leave Kokomo Sunday afternoon at 1:37 o'clock^ over the -Pennsylvania railroad New York. The party of Gold Star a large group of whom will from Indiana, will sail from the port of Hobokcn. next Wednesday on the President Harding and land at Cherbourg.. Approximately five weeks will be spent In visits to the battlefields and cemeteries of France and'Other points of tcrost-in the vicinity. Â· Â· Mrs. Whltccotton was -the aunt and foster mother of Willis ' Klmball who served with, the Rainbow division, died of gunshot wounds and is buried in the Aisne cemetery. A" special act congress recognized her standing as fontcr mother of the dead soldier tind authorized her .to make the pilgrimage. Last year two other Kokomo mothers whose boys are burled.In France made the trip to the 'tleflelds and burial grounds, Mr*. Cora' Shook and Mrs. Anna Morlock.