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Chicago Daily Tribune; Jul 8, 1919, pg. 10

Newport News, Va., July 7, 1919:

New York, July 7.-[Special]-The following officers and men, who returned today, are from Chicago:

CAPTAINS.
William Larkin, 1608 Millard av.
Edwin Sincere, 223 W. Jackson blvd.
Reginald Green, 103 S. La Salle st.

LIEUTENANTS.
Thomas Pickard, 4542 Greenview av.
Thorn Ernest, 5464 Hyde Park blvd.
Edward Sayre, 8926 Gregor av.
Arthur Bokman, 9220 Burley av.
John Dent, 8140 Avalon av.

SERGEANTS.
Charles Lesman, 14 S. Wells av.
Elmer Adams, 4236 Fullerton av.
Everitt Kidd, 2715 Lexington av.
Robert Marshall, 4100 Vincennes av.
Rudolph Locketts, 555 N. Monticello av.
Ernest Wells, 1520 E. 67th st.
Edwin Goit, 6210 Green st.
Victor Duchene, 2841 Monroe st.
Philip Levitas, 1730 Armitage av.
William Zink, 1631 Wolfram st.
Joseph Bregenzer, 1815 Hammond st.
Daniel Nathan, 929 S. Wood st.
Victor Taylor, 5470 Kimbark av.
Paul Karr, 321 S. Homan av.
Timothy Murphy, 4842 W. Superior st.
Frederick Gilday, 5731 Perry av.
James Jual, 1014 S. Laflin st.
Steve Platon, 37 Parnell av.
Nicholas Conrady, 2317 Farragut av.
Frank Weber, 4529 Claremont av.
William Wolter, 3900 N. St. Louis av.
David Baird, 4717 Waveland av.
Arthur Ronneberg, 2540 N. Springfield av.
Claus Hawkinson, 1633 Hastings st.
Daniel McGinn, 64 W. Illinois st.
Anthony Cavallo, 835 Bishop st.
George Gleason, 1610 W. Grand av.
Raymond Kirschner, 5547 N. Clark st.
Joseph Glover, 1462 W. Erie st.
Ray Ratcliffe, 6463 Kenwood av.

CORPORALS.
Joseph Bresnahan, 865 E. 63rd st.
Angelo Rosai, 350 W. Grand av.
Howard Barton, 4716 W. Monroe st.
Jesse McDavid, 2108 Dearborn st.
Peter Neisch, 10261 Ewing st.
William Carney, 5405 S. Wabash av.
Edward Cole, 6716 Indiana av.
Elmer Hansen, 4924 N. Winchester av.
Roy Nelson, 652 W. 43rd pl.
Bernard McCabe, 2114 W. Huron st.
Lawrence Wrenn, 5803 Carpenter st.
Thomas Cantwell, 2143 Harrison st.
Arthur Hild, 1035 Webster av.
Stanley Bables, 856 N. May st.
John Dundee, 1518 W. Chicago av.
Hugo Ideler, 3153 Ogden av.
Charles Tracey, 12 N. Carpenter st.
Frank Cerbia, 1754 Girard st.
Joseph Barbieri, 1534 N. Wells st.
John Fox, 3555 La Salle st.
Thomas Gleason, 451 W. 38th st.
Lester Lournier, 6233 Ellis av.
William Radatz, 3823 Parnell av.
Charles Lesser, 5128 Prairie av.
Fred Shannon, 6115 Mozart av.
Thomas Loftus, 2732 N. Drake av.

PRIVATES.
Fred Gottman, 4545 Beacon st.
Ferdinand Richler, 1436 Washington blvd.
Thomas Milbach, 2424 S. St. Louis av.
Fred Mathieson, 1702 N. Whipple st.
George Durgin, 1515 Chicago av.
David Drew, 18 N. Suffolk st.
Richard Bradshaw, 4157 Indiana av.
Leo Brunner, 1020 N. Western av.
William Stanbach, 4237 Ravenswood av.
Charles Fox, 410 Beethoven pl.
William Betz, 474 W. 28th pl.
Nat Corser, 2131 N. Leamington av.
William Barrett, 6612 Ingleside av.
Walter Goldstein, 634 Ingleside av.
Melville Peterson, 4450 Calumet av.
John McNally, 6332 Ellis av.
Louis Walsh, 6326 Greenwood av.
Ferdinand Blease, 3648 Wentworth av.
Joseph Bolde, 1349 Augusta st.
Eugene Courtney, 1743 W. Adams st.
Frank Deleo, 1759 W. Polk st.
Alexander Mazun, 1345 Crittenden st.
Joseph Paistupa, 1269 N. Lincoln st.
Tony Coan, 1435 Winona st.
L.S. Speero, 1437 Elburn av.
Joseph Hanley, 6501 S. May st.
Sophus Michelson, 2927 Allen av.
Alfred Larson, 3715 Niva av.
Leonard Johnson, 1154 Larrabee st.
Edward Littlefield, 3614 W. Polk av.
William Siapak, 1536 W. 18th st.
Nathaniel Garfinkel, 1553 S. Millard av.
Arthur Hammill, 6533 S. Lincoln st.
James Jaros, 4152 W. 16th st.
Michael Abbott, 8028 Parnell av.
M. Genduso, 332 E. 29th st.
Edward Eckert, 2240 N. Clark st.
Lowell Snyder, 3223 S. Michigan av.
Frederick Waldman, 2524 Linden pl.
George Kalody, 2015 Lincoln st.
Philip Ficarrs, 1011 Sedgwick st.
Jacob Mann, 3606 W. 13th st.
Robert Miner, 1214 S. Troy st.
Francis Gillis, 1337 Pratt blvd.
Joseph Stepina, 1402 Komensky av.
G. Saponano, 2414 Flournoy st.
Cyrus Payne, 4042 Indiana av.
Thomas Powers, 2525 Hillock av.
Percy Kehoe, 3212 Warren av.
C. Tichgelaar, 8240 S. Park av.
Howard Thatcher, 7626 Evans av.
Julius Law, 719 E. 90th pl.
John Melzer, 1844 N. Marshfield av.
E. Schliming, 1213 Wentworth av.
Frank Bloom, 3439 Shubert av.
Michael Economos, 1133 Bryn Mawr av.
Henry Meyer, 226 E. 56th st.
M. Kiviatkowski, 1423 Augusta st.
Tomoso Salva, 1135 Larrabee st.
Edward Ehmo, 2512 Burling st.
John Cameron, 749 S. Oakley av.
A. Kudzman, 516 W. 12th st.
John Newell, 5600 S. Wood st.
George Cheffner, 2931 Ellias st.
Charles Aichele, 1429 Roscoe st.
George Kouvaras, 207 E. 47th st.
George Johnell, 4049 Broadway.
Frank Goodwin, 1756 W. 14th pl.
Anton B. Altes, 2453 W. 51st. st.
Charles Sooboda, 965 W. 8th pl.
Joseph Olszenoski, 1660 Wright st.
George Nauss, 5027 Calumet av.
Joseph Hasterbrook, 8648 George st.
Jack Roed_, 10726 Lafayette, st.
Paul Brzezinski, 366 E. 134th st.
Helimuth Ewald, 1440 N. Avers av.
Paul Adduci, 342 E. 117th av.
Edwin Bauneister, 7141 Yale av.
William Bannes, 3448 S. Western av.
George Lipner, 715 S. Marshfield av.
Curtis Tibbitts, 814 Bowen av.
George Russell, 9806 Avenue M.
John Bradkte, 3337 S. Wall st.
Anthony Cieslak, 1902 W. 48th st.
John Schelp, 10159 Michigan av.
J. Rozanski, 4856 S. Ada st.
J. Schmeiter, 2625 Jones st.
George Machen, 1760 Jackson blvd.
John Broukal, 1308 S. Kedvale av.
Edward Fleming, 5300 Cornell av.
Lawrence Mannina, 226 Burling st.
Joseph Pagnoni, 711 Noble st.
Henry Sandstrom, 7130 S. Michigan av.
Raymond Greeley, 1726 Cleveland av.
Jack Blumberg, 1230 W. 14th st.
S. Kozlowski, 1461 Noble st.
M. Derensis, 1140 S. Troy st.
Joseph Harris, 822 S. Winchester av.
William Mueller, 3627 Honore st.
James Mino, 1319 W. Grand av.
Frank Hasselman, 814 Noble st.
Joseph Ribandt, 1441 Cornwell st.
Joseph Jozwiak, 1847 Harvey st.
Louis Garcia, 320 S. Loomis st.
William Raasch, 2944 Sacramento av.
Thomas O'Brien, 3505 W. Polk st.

SICK AND WOUNDED
Albert Lamphear, 3357 Wood st.
Frank Subestsky, 2638 23rd pl.

CASUALS.
Ensign Wenzel Love, 3917 N. Hamlin av.
Charles Collins, 320 S. Leavitt st.
Perry Lint, 744 Oakwood av.
William MacClintock, 5629 University av.
(Contributed by Debbie Schnell Woolard).
Chicagoans arriving on the Nederlander today were:

CAPTAINS.
James J. Ash, 5518 S. Throop st.

LIEUTENANTS
Robert F. Hussey, 6141 First National Bank building
Arthur C. Colby, 6141 Morgan st.
Harry Hanna, 2536 Aubert av.
Robert M. Preston, 804 Monadnock block.

PRIVATES.
Max M. Cohn, 1408 Carmen av.
Harry G. Green, 1248 S. Albany av.

Those arriving on the Ancon were:
George David, 56 W. Huron st.
Carmon Donardi, 936 Opal st.
Pietre Deluca, 909 Short st.
Alberte Aurelio, 3539 Princeton av.
Andrew Larson, 667 Englewood av.
Joe Radivil, 5008 Behring av.
Peter Sudleski, 3311 Elm st.
Leroy Pankratz, 328 W. Lexington st.
John K. Smith, 6527 Kimbark av.
George F. Prohvic, 1639 E. 78th st.
Otto S. Sward, 551 N. Lavergne av.
Edward L. Fortman, 1742 Otto st.
James L. Priesler, 1163 W. 119th st.
Theodore Passarilli, 180 E. 23rd st.
Second Lieut. Henry Rinkman, no street address.
George E. Bullard, 3762 Osgood st.
John D. Lomnasen, 908 Sholto st

(Contributed by Debbie Schnell Woolard).
Newspaper Man Wounded.

Capt. Walter L. Haight, acting battalion adjutant of the One Hundred and Twenty-first heavy artillery, Thirty-second division, yesterday cabled his wife that he was in a base hospital at Monpont "recovering from six wounds, not serious or disfiguring." He is a brother of Frank Putney Haight of THE TRIB-UNE staff, and is himself a veteran Chicago newspaper man, having been with the Inter-Ocean and the Hearst Examiner. He has been in every big American battle in France with the exception of St. Mihiel. Chicago Tribune, 26 Oct. 1918
Unknown Chicago newspaper (submitted by Jeana Gallagher)

Seventeen More Fort Sheridan Officers' Training Camp Graduates Have Been Given Special Details at Camp Lewis

Rockford, IL, Camp Grant. 06 Sep 1917

Seventeen more graduates of the Fort Sheridan officers training camp today were honored with special details in a distant part of the country. They were selected as physical and bayonet instructors for the national army division at American Lake,Wash., where they will specialize in the work taught them while they were members of the squads that received instruction from Maj Herman J Koehler of West Point.

In the list are several Chicagoans, 1st
Lt Phillip Sampson, who fought with the Canadian troops in France, is a son of Mrs Page Waller Eaton.

The order issued to the men reads as follows:
"In complaince with instructions contained in a letter from the adjutant general's office dated 25 Aug 1917, the following named officers will preceed with the least practiceable delay to Camp Lewis, American Lake, Wash., reporting upon arrival to the commanding general, 91st division, for duty.

Captians:
EH Plummer, RG Evans, Edwin B Callaban, Walter E Yant, William C Scherwat, RG Hellonder

1st Lts:
Philip Sampson, S Ashley Guthrie, James H McLaughlin, Manierre B Ware

2nd Lts:
Floyd H Birkland, Russell W Miller, Thomas J O'Brien, Josiah Bridge, John H Hackley, Grover Bachley, John N Lee.

These officers were all commissioned at Fort Sheridan in thein fantry section of the officers reserves corps.
The following casualties, wounded and gassed, were reported by relatives:

Corporal Fred Mandelkoe, Sixth marines, of 3932 North Keeler avenue, formerly an employee of Sears, Roebuck & Co.;
Corporal David F. Ryan, Headquarters company, One Hundred and Thirty-first infantry, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ryan of 5314 Lakewood avenue, who have five other sons in the service;
Private George D. Luznicky, Company H, One Hundred and Thirty-first infantry, 2833 West Polk street;
Lieut. Arthur T. Brache, Company B, One Hundred and thirty-first 2250 South Wabash avenue. Chicago Tribune, 26 Oct. 1918

Private George D. Luznicky, Company H, One Hundred and Thirty-first infantry, 2833 West Polk street;
Lieut. Arthur T. Brache, Company B, One Hundred and thirty-first 2250 South Wabash avenue. Chicago Tribune, 26 Oct. 1918

Relatives have received word that
Private Frank Schmaus, Forty-seventh infantry, 1316 Barry avenue, previously reported as missing in action, has now reported for duty. Chicago Tribune, 26 Oct. 1918

Lieut. Edwin R. Starvrum, former University of Wisconsin football player, who was reported wounded severely Sept. 13 while fighting on the western front, was only slightly wounded in the left hand, according to a letter received yesterday by his brother, E. A. Stavrum of 1516 Pratt avenue. He is with the Twenty-third infantry. Chicago Tribune, 26 Oct. 1918

Relatives have been informed that
Private Harry Augenlight, Company B, One Hundred and Twenty-seventh infantry, has been wounded and gassed. He writes that in a charge across No Man's land they captured Hun soldiers "who were chained to machine guns, many of whom were boys under 15 years of age and old men too old to fight. The Germans are fighting a defeated battle." Chicago Tribune, 26 Oct. 1918

Another unofficial casualty yesterday was that of
Private Edward McLaughlin of Company E, One Hundred and Thirty-first infantry. He was reported as wounded. His home is at 448 East Forty-fifth place. Chicago Tribune, 26 Oct. 1918

In the official casualties was carried the names of
Private Edward F. Purcell, wounded, degree undetermined, the son of John Purcell of 518 Clarence avenue, Oak Park, and a member of Company E, One Hundred and Thirtyfirst infantry, and Private Joseph Lehpamer, wounded severely, of Company F, One Hundred and Sixteenth engineers, living at 1618 West Twentieth street. Chicago Tribune, 26 Oct. 1918

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