Religions in the Army, Cincinnati Enquirer 20 Feb 1918, p6
C. by $5 to to RELIGIONS IN THE ARMY. Philadelphia LeUtr It appears that there are at Csmp Meade 1J7 men representing :j nonm:l-itant sects or cults. Only 10 of these are I'rlends; mini of th Frleadare with the reconstruction unit ln France. The' Dunkards are represented by 4! men, chiefly farmera; there are 38 from the Mennonlt churches. There are Hv subdivisions among the 38. namrlr. Mennonltes, New Mennunltes, Ertlhrtn 1 In Christ. Amlsh and adherents of tie 1 Church of God In Christ. Ther Is one OlTtJer Ther. Is one OIJ German Baptist (si lled to Dunkards). and there are ttro River Brethren (afllliated with the Mennonltes). Among the four Seven-Pay Advent-tats is a color.d bootblai-k of Iialllmort. who continue, to praitlte ,. profession and ha. made himself jneitl!r liked and respected. Two men decline to fight becsu ! Lh'y vKeterlane; one l. a Sinn Felner: one is an I. W. W. Th. 14 Socialists are divided sm n Jews, Roman Catholics nn l.uthersn." Two men belong to the Kelloh:p of Reconciliation. Other religious orgsni-aatlons represented anvng these conscientious objectors are Awnihly ol Ood. Reform Church. r.iieelllw. Brotherhood of Mytl-. Christian". Pentecostal Brethren, United Kvanfel-ical Church.