Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 29, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 10, 1920 Page: 6 of 8
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WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1920.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
"CARRIES ON" TO
HELP FIND THOSE
AT PALACE THEATER THURSDAY NIGHT ONLY
In syite uf the t';iut the War le-
paitnient reported iiuniths ago thut
t'n'iv were no more oases of missing
luen on thi.' reeerjs of Hie American
ciptiMilonury foives pu rents are seek-
ing word of sons reported dead I'Ut
who tlit-y have
1 ul uie as the
linn to have
.A l JniOl'Pite is t !
UJ tllese unsolved
son- for bM-.iVe.l
to believe iliJ
TWO cases li'.eil lleteWi t ll ale t.Vpi-
i... of hunJte.ls of oilu-rs. Sergt.
I'leuVrick H. Uaynes. Company !
114th Infantry and Uuie V. Boy-
don Company 1. Tth Infantry both
were repotted killed in action. Months
later friends said they saw these men
in hospital-. l.'id they die later did
the shock of their wounds unbalance
their minds or were the friends mis
taken who believed they saw these
men'' These are questions readers
Of The Ardmoreite may be able to
Eaynes was ieport'-J killeil In ac-
tion October M. IHl.v A friend told
his mothtr he saw l!a nes alive on
April T HUM. Anyone who can verify
either report is asked to communicate
With Mn. V. A. Bayrics. :!.". Mon-
mouth Terranre i ilolicester. N. .T.
Ecydtn Was reported killed in action
1.1 191V He was reported
December I'l 191s In Base
Nn. .111. His mo'.her's ad-
Mrs. James Boydoii Monog-
Va. cases o mysterious disaii-
cf service men that readers
ftblt to throw light on fol-
STATE CliiANDER FELL
PRESENTS CHARTER TO
GEORGE R. ANDERSON
POST AMERICAN LEGION
Scheduled For Week
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"The Flowers Tliat Rloom in the SprirsT Trn La"
From Ralph Dunbar's Production of "The SiiliudV
F.ddie Flyn Company M luth In-
fantry arrived in France. December
25 1917. He was last heard from
June IS. 191 S. No word was received
from War 1 partment that he was
killed. Address Mrs. U. L. I'lyn
419 Cherry street. Alanconda. Mont.
Norman O. Larson formerly pri-
vate Company M :Ulst Infantry was
reported killed in action October 19
191S. He last wrote to his family
on October 15 that he was about to
be transferred to another company.
Details of his death wanted by II.
L. Peterson Twin Lakes ttale Bank
Kepple former mechali-
A .I.IClh Infantry re-
in action in the St.
His mother Mrs. Alice
M.. wants to
Kepple. Artesia N.
Warn details of his
Fay Harris former private. Field
Service Division has not been heard
from for months. Anyone with infor-
mation as to his whereabouts should
ivrt:e to Claude E. Harris. 104 E.
Uth street. Vancouver Wash.
Andrew r. Ottinger former private
Company I 5Sth Infantry reported
killed In action October 7. 1918. Any-
one with definite information on death
should write to Peter Ottinger Os-
P.alph F. Brehm former class
phrm. mate Naval Railway Battery
' No. 1 reported to have died in
Evacuation Hospital Nn. 7 Octobrr
I'.i 1915. His molhi.r Mrs. (.luniei
Brehm 1.19 N. Washington St. Get-
tysburg l'a. wants inlornialion to
his death. '
August Frederickson formerly of
Company A lu.'nd Infantry was
either wounded or killed at Marsh-
ville near Verdun September 1U1S. '
Infoiinatkin is wand by Oscar (..iin-
tnestad State Bank of Belview Bel-
Oren E. Croft formerly Company
M.. sith Infantry reported wounded
In Champagne October 3 191S. II. is
not heard from since. Anyone
information as to this man's
should write to S. I. ii-ol'l
Cherry s.reet. ('learfit Id. l'a.
Harry Noble formerly Herts
"41sl Ambulance Company has
been heard from. Anyone with infor-
mation as to his whereabouts phase
write to A. L. KosenlieiB. ulS North
Main street KocUfor.l 111.
Wesley H. Strum; former private
Company B. 61st Infantry was last
heard from on October 9 191S. Any-
one with information about this man's
fate please write to his sister Mi..
Luella fS. Strang f.04 S. Ninth street
West. Cedar Kapids Iowa.
.1". Boyd K'nepper formerly of fi 4 1 1 1
Artillery C. A. C has not been
heard from for many months. Anyone
knowing anything of his whereiibouts
or fate please write to Van Noy j
Wier. Southern Cotton Oil Company.
Athens fia. Knepp. r was st.Hioneil
at Anders Fratue for a long1 time. (
Stephen J. Kberle. lormeiiy private
Company 1 lt!2i)d Infantry was re-
ported missinK In action July IS
1918. War Department reports he Is
presumably dead. Anyone with In-
formation concerning his fate please
write to Mrs. J. Eberle 774 Haight
Ave. Portland Ore.
Another automobile was stolen from
a resident of this ci:y when Jeff
St tile proprietor of the i-lgur store
adjacent lo the Princess Theatre miss-
ed his Nash touring car last Sunday
'night. Mi. Settle had left the car
Handing on II street northwest in
front of the Cafeteria at about 0 p.
p.. Heiuriiiiur for It at about 9
t 'i I ijc the car was gone.
Both the county and city police
lire v. irking on the case hut no
1 definite Information regarding the
1 tiiievi.h has been received as yet.
! The car is described us a Ijlue-
; black color right rear hub cap dented
land otherwise in best of condition
i The engine number is 15371.1 anJ
j lu e.ise number 156812. The cur is
MKX SEVKKKI.V Bl'KNKD
IX (JASOLIXK KXI'IiOSlUX
Oalvuloii. Texas Nov. 10. Nine men
employed as checkers und clerks at
the Southern Pacific docks are In a
locul hctspiial nuffering from burns
received early today when the launch
OuiJa. on which they were to go to
the docks fur their day's work caught
tire at pier
Between ;!0 and 40 men wen- on the
i.iuida when the flames broke out.
The f.re originated either in the gaso-
line tank or in gasoline that had
leaked into the bilge.
At the special meeting of the
George K. Anderson post of the Ame-
rican Legion held at the Chamber of
Commerce rooms Monday night State
Commander Harold B. Fell of this
city presented the local post with
Its permanent charter. Mr. Fell made
a brief but vtiy touching and ap-
pealing address of presentation.
"Comrades" he said "It gives mo
the preatcst pleasure to he able to
present my home post with Its per-
manent charter. The charter is some-
thing which should be valued above
nil else in your possession and should
be framed and given a place of hon-
or." Commander Fell then spoke of th '
great wolds in the preamble to the
constitution if the American Legion
and the Ideal meuning which is at-
tached to them.
He referred lo the banquet which
the local post of the Legion had con-
ducted at the Elk's Hall las'. Janu-
ary and mnde an appeal that the oc-
casion be made un annual affair. He
stated that it should be continued an-
nually until there Is left but one
member at the banquet table to gaze
abctil at the vacant ehulrs und fond-
ly recollect the comrades whom he
had known in days gone by.
"Through young manhood middle
age" sakl Mr. Fell "we should
gather together and renew the wond-
erful friendships we now possess."
The (hatter consists of two leafs
one containing a beautifully engraved
design and the preamble to the con-
stitution of the American Legion
while the other bears the names of
the charter members of the George
K. Anderson post of the American
Convent ion Hall: School children of
Ardmore public schools give song fes-
tival at Convention Hall Wednes-
day night beginning at 7:1)0 o'clock.
American Ijt'glun: Armistice Day
celebration by members local post
beginning at 12 o'clock noon with
big parade closes with military ball
; at Convention Hall Thursday night.
I Jons Club: In order that members
take part In legion parade the regu-
lar luncheon session of the Lions
c'.ub at Chamber of Commerce will
be held promptly at 11:30 o'clock.
Read Ardmoreite Want Ads.
When it li an effort to draj one loot
sfter the other when you tre Iwtyi
tired end teem lacking la strength and
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W. W. Wtll Tonquin Mich. writts: "I
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COLD and SILVERSMITHS
Mr John Thomas
periodical visits bis
uury custodier? in this
vicinity and will be
phased to cull upon yw
un rctpunrt. - ' -
VTrie itr BeauMjffy -.
Read Ardmoreite Want Ads.
The Ardmore Chamber of Com-
merce Industrial Corporation has do-
nated to the city of Ardmore two
fine lots in the Industrial Addition
for use as a school site. The lots
are Nos. 1 and 2 of block Ifl and
are 55 feet by HO feet each In size.
The site is very beautifully laid out.
There ure. streets on all sides und a
thickly wooded park adjoining the
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Easley, John F. Daily Ardmoreite (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 28, No. 29, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 10, 1920, newspaper, November 10, 1920; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc158669/m1/6/: accessed November 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.