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IOWA CASUALTIES MED FROM ACC4DENT AND*" OTH'ER 'CAUSES 'Pvt. Christian J. Ueerberg, Lowden. Lowden. WOUXDED SEVER LV Srgt. Harry Widows. Glenwood WOUNDED, DEGREE TXDETEK- / MINED Privates Albert E. Bierdsley, Anamosa. Ben A. Gibbs, Corydon. Fred C. Wilkinson, -Granger Station. Station. Erik A. Westberg, Castana. Louie Monroe, A r m o u r . Wilburt L. Matus, Marion. George, M. Woodard, Bedford. WOUNDED SLIGHTLY iLt. Levi S. Gates, Manchester. Srgt, Jobs Mastain, Cedar Falls. Corporals Carl Kelso, Des Moines. Fred 'C. Harpin, Cres-ton. Ralph II. Hicks, Creston. Jens 'H. Jenson, Avoca. Thomas J. Orman, Ottuniwa. Privates Howard p. Hosp, Lyons. W i l b u r C. Peterson, Des Ambrose Graver, D u b u q u e Louis A. Suiter, Oskaloosa. Menry G. Teff, Dorchester. Charles I. Goeman, Ames. Sigvold Olson, Des Moines. George A. lOsmundson, Sioux Rapids. 1 Laurel Quigley, New Providence. Theodore Jensen, Kensett. Emmett M. Howe, Tipton, Je«s L. Pitts, Greene. Aubrey Brown, Mason City. Lloyd IF. Kendall, O t t u m w Raymond Stevick, C'edar Falls. WED OF DISEASE Mechanic Nile A. McGowan, DeSoto. DeSoto. Cook Pearl Robinson, Des Moines Ptt. Lawrence R. Perdue, Malvern. Malvern.

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  1. Iowa City Press-Citizen,
  2. 21 May 1919, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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