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Jasper County, IA World War I Soldiers, May 1918
TO ENTER THE ARMY.
Jasper County Boys to Leave Newton for Camp Dodge Next Tuesday.
The exemption board for this county had made up the list of men who are to leave for Camp Dodge Tuesday, May 28. They are to report to the board at 11 o'clock and will leave on a special train at 4:50 p.m.
Following is a list of the men who will got at that time:
Rolla Clare Wade, Des Moines.
Ray Clifford Hickman, Newton.
George Lauwama, Prairie City.
Harry Alvin Cline, Lynnville.
Jacob A. Coffman, Colfax.
Stanley Gilbert Acklin, Monroe.
Carl Wilmer Rinehart, Reasnor.
Russell Winifred Baker, Colfax.
Joseph Barney Stecher, Kellogg.
Waldo Elbert Thomas, Louisiana, Neb.
Arie Notenboom, Prairie City.
Samuel Weiser, Poorbaugh, Farrar.
John Evan Roberts, Garden Grove, Iowa.
Otto S. Lund, Colfax, Iowa.
Chester Earl Offill, Monroe.
Roy Winegar, Prairie City.
Martin E. Logsdon, Newton.
William A. Cooper, Kellogg.
Samuel Van Rheenan, Reasnor.
Wm. Bos, Prairie City.
Joe Vander Werf, Reasnor.
Edgar Franklin Weiss, Montezuma.
John C. Buchmeer, Kellogg.
Phillip Kurmm, Grinnell.
Ervin Daniel Bollhoefer, Laurel.
Frank L. Hutchison, Wesley, Iowa.
Delbert James Bauman, Newton.
Seth Neimanstverdreif, Albia.
Hugh Morris Smith, Newton, Iowa.
Walter Henry Mathies, Monroe.
Henry Evett Meppellink, Sully.
Frank R. Couper, Grinnell.
August Grunhaupt, Newton.
The Kellogg Enterprise, Kellogg, IA 24 May 1918