24 oct 1918 Harris overseas

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24 oct 1918 Harris overseas - of to of HUNTINGTON CO. IN OVERSEAS MEMBERS OF...
of to of HUNTINGTON CO. IN OVERSEAS MEMBERS OF 139TH ARE ACROSS SAYS WORD TO ' PARENTS. - ' INCLUDES OLD G IN Member of Artillery Platoon Who Left Huntington Last July Are With Unit ' 139th Held artillery, including Huntington men, 1. in mnc ' Tnursaayi ( The many This was made apparent with receipt of notice from the gov ernmenmt that a large number ofi Huntington men had arrived safely OF overseas. Recently word was received that Lieutenant Oscar Dyer bad arrived overseas. It wss expected at that time that word would be received soon telling of the arrival of others of the unit of which Der Is a memberthe memberthe 139th. The trip across apparently re - ; quired about two weeks. For thatj length of time there have been many anxious parents in Huntington county; county; for most of the parents of ths boys knew that the transports were on the way, and they bad been reading reading About the atrocities ot. the German German U - boats. Word of the safe ar - HvbIh mmm a a wrmt rllf The 139tn had been at - Hatties - . jburg. Miss. It Included many mem - , berB of the old C company of the natlonal guard, enlisted in Hunting - Uon ennntv anrl man n In 1917. nn in I9l7,un - the . - .Hgme, eeiecuvB aenrtce a lt also la members, .ii. t. comrades of other v&lunteers HontInfton who got into of old infgntr comoanv. 3, 4 5X the. selective service ington.' These, men asked to be In - ducted Into the 139th, and thus are l old Infantry company. 1 Among the men who are reported as arriving safely are the following: Harold Kase, son of Mr. and Mrs. reier ivase, uaiiery a. Harley L. Bitner, Battery B, son ' nr :napieisi hit nor' .wia w n i i riiht k . ... - : - - - street i ' r m urn - f Mr. Minn miii ""."V""" , , 7 "l DWB" oniriey ru ixjwuihu, sua ui a. m. i of - Lowman. 44 Vine street, Battery B. Lowman was employed at The Her ald and left Huntington last July after after the dissolution of the Second In diana, field artillery. Howard Brodrlck, son of lliam Brodrkk, Grant street Battery B. Lloyd. Shoemaker, . headquarters company, son or ira anoemaxer. Germain Bergauer, son of Guat Bergauer, 1202 (London street, ad vanced school detachment. Walter M. Harris, son of U. G. Harris of south of Huntington. Corporal Glen Deeds; husband of Mrs. Glen Deeds of Huntington. Edward Wineke, Bon of William Wineke, Battery B. Charles F. Hawf, brother of . Mrs. A&hur Lee, who lives near the lime kilns.. Hawf is a cook with the supply supply company of the 139th field artil - lery. Glen Tobias, on of Oscar Tobias, Battery - B. . Arthur D. Bryant, son of Mr. and Mrs.1 C. O. Bryant, 42 East Market street, Battery E, 139th field artil lery. , Raymond Haneline. Jackson street. Battery B. ) ' ' , , Everett LaBarr of 113th M, C., - on of W. H. LaBar. engineer, 533 Main street. ; . . N Martin Brahs, Battery E, 139th; fprmerly. an employe ot - The Herald. Fred M. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson, 919 Elm street, 139th artillery. Captain Donald . McClelland,' son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. McClelland of East Matilda street;' ambulance com pany.' , 1 Clyde D Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Smith, 102 & East State street. - i' Charles and Ray Murray, the sons of the Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Murray. These brothers - were ordered .to dif ferent' ships on the theory that if one ship was sunk, it would , not talw both of them. The brothers protested protested and were allowed to go together. its , la by a or tor A. tor of

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  1. The Huntington Herald,
  2. 24 Oct 1918, Thu,
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