Kerl Chester Killed 12 Mar 1920
FRENCH MEMORIAL SERVICE senators as senate has will upon J. resort boy an Certlfieatete Prevented tu Kin of Mmrtfr-m Soldier* Who Died Abroad. TABLE ROCK, Neb.. March 12.- The French memorial service was in the Presbyterian church at Pawnee Pawnee City. A program of short talks, tersperced with music, was given. certificates failed to arrive, but will presented later. There were nineteen and those for whom certificates presented are; Private Walter S. Blair, C. battery, First field artillery; Corp. John L. Brown, E battery. field artillery, thirty-fourth division; Private Hugh L. DeHart, company 335th infantry; Private Walter H. Dustnbefry, forty-eighth company, infantry depot battalion; Ada G. Fisher, Red Cross nurse; Mason G. U. S. navy; "Private Merrin Hays, 356th infantry; Private John R. A. battery eighty-third field artillery; Private Chester R. Kerl, D company, 165th infantry; William Thomas Little, Little, Company I, 188th infantry; --ohn Michal, 140th supply company, thirty-Jfirth division; Private Men-lit Miller, C company, medical officers training camp; Private Manford Mecham, C company, officers training Private William F. Parli, E thirtyfourth infantry; Private Frank Tlustos, Company I, sixty-ninth infantry; Serg. August W. Tnrnbull, Company A, 355th infantry; Private F. Wenzl, artillery; Private diaries F. Funlthauser, Company C, 101st infantry; Private Charles M. Caick, machine gun battalion.