and \V STEUBEN COUNTY BOYS GIVEN BIG SEND-OFF on been man a (Special to the News.) ANGOLA, Ind., May 21.--Tuesday the following young men, included in this week's call, will leave from Steuben county for Columbus Barracks, Ohio: Lloyd Fleming Wilson, Ftava Howard Mountz, Clay ton J. Fillmore, Clayton Wisner, Verle Sowle, Hobart Sowle, Charles Leroy Mctzler, Charles H. Spangle. Tunis Stephen Velie, Paul Herbert Jackson, Lorenzo Maugherman Robert J. Hobart. Hugh Clifford Brooks, Frank D. Hawkins. Earl James Butz, Glenn L. Falke, Walter Lee McCoy, Silas Francis Somers, Frank .May Ireland, Carl Blgler, George Dick, Ralph Metzler, Harold Robert Kelso. The following are substitutes: Walter M. Griffith. Jesse I^aborn Mounu, Leo Norman Cashdollar, Cashdollar, Jay Landers, Don Carl Brown. Donald Howard Wells, Herman Herman M. Straw. The young men will be accompanied accompanied to the train by the Angola band, citizens and students from college and high school. Ladies of the city will provide lunch boxes for the young men. Monday, the 27th, the following will so to Camp Taylor, Ky., from this county: Alfred Balck,, Harry Chadwick, S. U. Snowbarger, Harry 15. Kope, Glendon Strang, Wler Smith. Glenn Charles Everetts. Warren Warren Vandyne, Merle Belts, Charles Hutchins, Kenneth D. Rathbun, Seybert, John Kelm Young.