Burlington Republican
Burlington, Coffey County, Kansas
October 2, 1918
24 MEN TO S. A. T. C.

The local board announces to following list of 24 names of those who have entered the students army training corp from this county.
At Baker University: Russell Dreyer. Murvin Grimes. Harold Knuckles Gibbon. William Harold Kukuk. Floyd Franklin Litterel. George Conover Reeder. Eugene Saxon Scott. University of Nebraska: Glenn Gilmore Gravatt. University of Kansas: Henry W. Long. John B. Fletcher. Oren W. Reed. Jesse O Werts. Leslie M. Gould. Clarence Carpenter. Charles Roger Allen. Ura J. Ingrim. Fred F. Warren. Charles Otis Bedell. J. R. Evans. Ross Frances Jones. Everett Ray Green. Tom H. Sullivant. Ralph Moody Celler. Ralph Frank Irwin. John Danford of Lebo has been reclassified from C 2 to E 1.
Hubert E. Manley has been sent as a limited service man from Osage county, thru the Coffey county board.


Mrs. Hansell spent several days at Ottawa this week.
Geo. Martindale is hauling hay for Charley Myers.
Carl Morris baled hay and straw for Ira Lewis this week.
Eula Gleason accompanied Mr. Kingsley to Iola Saturday. Several from this neighborhood attended Grange meeting at Stringtown Thursday evening.
Roy Lewis and wife of Shields, Kans. are visiting several days this week with his brother Ira and family.
Mrs. Cross and Mrs. Chrisman spent Friday afternoon at Mrs. Gleason's helping to finish the banner for the Red Cross Auxiliary.
H. S. Kingsley, Walter and Doris came down from York, Nebr., in Walter's car Friday and surpries their many Coffey county friends.

Is a Red Cross Nurse

J. W. McCartney has received word that his daughter Lora, who is in the Red Cross nursing service, has been assigned to Camp Doniphan, Oka., and left Kansas City for that place Tuesday.

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