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is feel at Portuguese Roman before Xavier this India. First infantry) of Bom Members of L Company of 163rd Infantry Have Reunion Here Twenty-one members of L com-! The group will board the Last pany of the 163rd infantry, veter-JGhancer at 11 o'clock this ,ans of World war I, gathered imfo*- a tour of Helena and at 12 i Helena Saturday for a two-day re-1 o'clock the wives will have I ' union which w i l l close with a ban- the Colonial club while the At least two quet this evening at the Montana meet at the VFW hall. club. A banquet at 6 o'clock this John Ahern of Helena, m charge i ning at the Montana club will of the arrangements for the reun- the first reunion of the group ion, said this is the first reunion close. members of L company of the| Attending the reunion are- Mr 163rd infantry have had and the]and Mrs. Adam Sedlacek of majority have not seen each other (ton, Wyo; Mr. and Mrs. since the group was discharged iWinkes of Casper, Wyo, Mr and from the army in march of 1919. Formerly a Helena division of the Montana national guard, with Mrs. C. L. Deifsneider of Berwyn, Pa.; Alva Straw of Fullerton, Mr. and Mrs. C C Henry of Ca- headquarters at Fort Harrison, the|thedral City, C a l i f ; the division was called into the service G. G. Gregoire of Great century critically cave- through island. trapped their workers of John both of Albert after dig- in the fall of 1917 with 150 mem-ime Gutte and Miss Lola Traxler bers. The Helena group was joinediGreentown, Ohio. .the joint by 100 other men before gomg| Charles W. Fager of Fort overseas to make up L company of Ind.; Paul Immel of Seattle, the 163rd. Richard H. Brewer, Helena; Mr. The company arrived in France and Mrs. Elmer Wattata of in December of 1917 and served jneapolis, Monte A. Burgess of 15 months there before returning!nook; Mr. and Mrs. A. B. to the States and being discharged I Spokane; Mr. and Mrs. in 1919 derson of Missoula, Mr. and Mrs.' Camp Kilmer, N After registering y e s t e r d a y l o i e n n C. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bouchard of ner; Chester A. Rude of Los geles; Lloyd Kenyon of Great Mr. and Mrs. John Ahern of morning at the Placer hotel, the delegates went out to Fort Harrison Harrison to review their old camp. They had dinner last night at Frontier town on MacDonald pass. ena.