Ray's unit reunion
SUPPLY TRAIN CHATS OF WAR 28th Division Unit at Reunion i . . . ... 1 Plans to Meet Annuallv; ' Travel Far to Get Here s Prr" - 'r'.r ' - "'. ; ' - V . - . The first annual reunion of the 103d Motor Supply Train, Twenty - eighth Division, was held last evening evening at the Elks Club with a majority of the' veterans attending. 'The uni1. was recruited in 1 Harrisburg and maintained its Identity throughout the war. . Captaia Robert McNair, Rochester, Rochester, N. Y., came to Harrisburg yesterday yesterday to attend the party and was the principal speaker at the banquet last evening. First Sergeant Herman Herman Earley and Dean Hoffman were other speakers. "We have fought the good fight and kept the faith." said Captain McNair, "and we must not let nolitl - m.1 mints bopn na frnm rku mvflrd I , ,Ti Vl ".ilil .T i,7 i the war to end all wars. The meeting was an enthusiastic reunion for the members of the company company who . left , Harrisburg three years ago yesterday. Members from the east and from the west ' came back to greet the other old - timers, and if was unanimously decided to make the reunion an annual affair. Among those present were: Herman A. Earley. Ralph' Trouu. Harry Boyer, Will'am Kearney, Harold Harold Astrich, William Bergstresser. William Bream. Casey Crone. Les ter Ebersole, Joseph Garner, James Hanasnaw, Moe Williams, Charles Wilson. Edward Myers, Ray Wilson, Daniel Towler, Cy Heckert. William Miller, Francis Simonetti, John Gallagher, Gallagher, "Dutch" Armor, . Martin Phillips and Cornelius Toomey, all of Harrisburg; Daniel - Gurnett, Brooklyn; Lester Myers and William Oler, of Philadelphia; Jke Strom - inger, - Mechanicsburg, . and John Williams, Minersvitle. The ' guests were: Captain Robert McNair. Rochester, N. Y.. and Dean Hoffman. this city.