The Warren Tribune 11 Feb 1924

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of For GOOD SHOWING AT INSPECTION State and Federal Officers Compliment Capt. Pearson and Members of Co. I activities enjoyment of the first today house at 2:00, for the ami the at to the committee for for the If. P. Evelyn Flahaven. Gregory, Hcasley, Donaldson, Jones, Mrs. all of of Garland. concluded Warren by at X members religious session evening Girl Reserves by the in committee, l>ennig, Mrs. Stoddard, Kitchen, t\ W. Miriam program this session. will a cooperative membership Cafeteria. of the Lesser, Mins Miss Blackman. A. Steber, George The annual state and federal inspection inspection at the State Armory Saturday afternoon afternoon and evening, proved to be an epoch-making event for the members of Company L of Warren County. Thrsngs that assembled at tho Armory Armory noted with a great deal of pride and satisfaction, the efficiency displayed displayed by the recruits under supervision of Captain C. O. Pearson. Major Fisher, of Philadelphia, snd Captain Detain th, of Washington, D. C, paid glowing tributes to the officials officials of Company I for having a selected selected energetic, active, loyal and disciplinary disciplinary members trained for every emergency. Drill practices given by the Company pleased not only the spectators but won the commendation of the high mil Itary officials who declared lhat tho Warren National Guard unit excels in tests hitherto conducted In various other localities. Automatic rifle shooting by the sipiad created much commendation by the In spccting staff which also included Major Major Monroe Mean«, of Kane, Major C M. Shorkley, and Captain B. N. Sum merton, of Tidioute. „The following lint comprises the on tire roster of Company I: Captain C. (J. Pearson, Lieutenants Clyde A. Dahl and Clarence A. Tlngwall; first ser gftyU Harold J. Mathis; mess sergeant Charles E. Feir; supply sergeant, Jlaha- fly; sergeants James V. Soallee, Henry E. Hildom, Gilbert A. Dahl, and Earl F. Chape; corporals, Baymond <1. Am aclier, Balph <1. Ackers, Alfred A. Zo- briest, William A. Jones, and Alton R. Dalyrmple; privates, Floyd J. Cross, James H. McKillup, Doni.hl O. Agrew, Lyle G. Fox, Edward <’• Genberg, Nell L. Gorton, Frederick H. Irvine, Leo F. King, Theodore U. McNorack, Louis F. Mathis, Robert F. Tribble, George F. Alplanalp, Juy E. Alba ugh, Richard C. Arnold, Bichard 11. Arp, Frank F. Oberg, Carl Bright, David A. Capelletty, Greydon W. Conn, Eryne A. Conroe, Harry J. Foulkrod, John J. Gurdner, Harold E. Gesln, Richard T. Hokanson, John E. King, Clyde C. King, James W. Letront, Arthur V. Lehman, Robert McConnell, Baymond II. Mc< 'hnvsky, John P. Moore, Khlor A. Munson, Lyle E. Nugent, Henry A. Palling, Walter S. Schatsel, L. A. Si^itt, Robert J. Sher man, Gerald R. Spencer, Ralph 1!. Stur devant, Lawrence B. Tlngwall, Ivan M. Warner, Louis H. Wcdlook, Charle: WILL Mrs. D. L. Party J. Mr. and Mrs. street, will dinner party club, honoring Mrs, Geronld's Norris. t ‘overs w A delightful arranged In who will enjoy of her advanced is In perfect at all times, social and every reads the city spends her handiwork. Her life is many Infirmities bring upon mo, est pleasure wishing her many Th« relatives city and will tomorrow are: W. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. III., and D. E. LITERATI RE IIKABS The literature Woman’s club this afternoon Emmet Ash Marshall” and cussed "Hugh Mrs. C. T. luncheon at Covers were following MISS Miss Mary tinner party nan's club. •Ight. LI Mrs. John Tuesday at a covers for LITERARY

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