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The Fremont County Herald
The Fremont County Herald
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Description: Various News

Date: June 14 1917

THE REGISTRATION RESULTS IN COUNTY
Returns From All the Precincts in Fremont County Have Been Received.

Complete returns from all the precincts of Fremont county of the registration for military service of young men have been received and placed on file in the office of the county auditor. Through the kindness of Auditor Ellis the Herald is permitted to publish the complete list of names enrolled, which will be done as fast as our space permits.....etc....

REGISTRATION OF FREMONT COUNTY'S YOUNG MEN FOR MILITARY SERVICE

Benton No. l
Herman Theodore Albrecht
Robert William Barnhouse
Frank Christopher Barrett
John Lawrence Birkby
James Wa;ter Bobbitt
Joseph Moses Bonney
Larsh Hilary Boyd
Frank Blair Chaney
Sturgis Carlisle Copeland
George Robert Davison
Harry Gibson
Albert Calvin Gray
Elmer Elsworth Hann
Adron Clifford Harless
August H. Herigon
Henry Farley Hill
Ernest Everett Hostetter
John Adelburt House
Walter V. Hubbell
Albert Johnson
Robert Rollo Johnson
Ralph Jordan
Arthur Andrew Jorgenson
Ernest Elmer Kelso
David Edward Kemp
Ezra Thomas King
Grover Irwin King
William Nobel Larrick
Charley Allen Lord
William Barton Lord
Miles Daniel Martin
James Earl Maxwell
Harvey Mason McAlexander
James Rufus McElroy
James Lewis McIntyre
Paul Vernium McMullen
James Rufus Meyer
Freddie Wells O'Connor
James Lester Parkison
Frederick Reeves
Clark Adelbert Rodgers
Jack Bradey Sheldon
William Charles Sheldon
Alma Smith
Forrest Wayne Smith
Raymond Snyder
George Franklin Sovern
Benjamin Ralph Stanley
Joseph Ninian Steele
Charles Stephenson
Ralph Taylor
Clyde Travis
Burt Rand Wadhams
Roy Mulford Walrod
Clemmie Chirstopher Woods
James Paris Woolsey
Orrin Lafel Woolsey
Ernest Everett Zach

Benton No. 2
Ralph McKinley Adkins
Otto Ralph Clausen
John Martin Dignan
Jess Lee Ethington
Lawrence Hudson
Thomas Petree Keys
Vernon Everett Lawson
William Robert Mattweiler
Charles Howard McBeth
Perry Elmer McBeth
Ford E. McMunn
George Dewey Vermilyes
Frank Talber Wertz Franklin No. 1
David Wilson Ackley
William R. Ackley
Fred Eddie Anderson
Clarence Beam
Frank James Breen
Chester W. Boyd
Gilbert Ray Brown
Samuel Guy Brown
Cyrus N. Bunck
John A. Bunker
Fred William Chandler
Grover Samuel Cummings
Royal C. Danley
William Walter Darnell
Edwin Cullen Dryden
Fay E. Ebaugh
Jesse William Fletcher
George Henry Gitz, Jr.
Newton Harris
Osa Leo Harrow
Clyde Carlton Hatch
Arthur Leroy Hicks
Ralph Edmond Hicks
Fred Kenneth Jones
Ralph Bragg Lair
Guy William Lane
Glen Ellen Leckenby
Frank Swiggart Lusby
Simon Miller
Joseph Milton Mohler
John H. Nahkunst
William Stanley Opett
Harry Dean Peck
Howard Putman
John Paul Rees
Ralph Stoner
Terry Dennison Sullivan
James Anthony Walker
Ellis Kyle Webb
Elijah Ray Williamson

Franklin No. 2
Charley Scott Bailor
Merle Albert Banta
Clyde Beam
Joe H. Beam
Chester Herbert Beasley
Arthur Franklin Bell
David Clyde Benson
Clofford (sic) Carmen
Chalmers C. Clayton
James Earl Cloepfil
Frank Crawford Cook
Herbert Dail Coy
James William Marm Dean
Clyde Dimmitt
Joe Dimmitt
Willington Beach Dovey
Frank William Driever
Frank Fey
Jacob Brown Fletcher
Charles Ray Garst
Clifford Harrison Harding
Dave Hoover Harding
James A. Johnson
Fred Kessinger
John Koutsandress
Dick Kugsdieas
Richard Alonzo Larson
Ray Lynn Lauritson
Clifford Lewis
Frank Jacob Liess
Leonard Mabbitt
Leroy Clirk Mackey
George W. M. Marker
Luther Lee Marker
Arthur M. McAdam
Ben Harrison McDonald
Clarence Arthur McDonald
Robert Daniel Miller
David Earl Mincer
James Garfield Mullinix
Charles Roy Notson
Fred Roy Notson
George Willis Notson
Beinas Adolphus Olson
Sidney Parker
James Thurman Payne
Joe A. Reynolds
Roy Edwards Reynolds
Seymour Roy Rings
Charles Jackson Robinson
Martin Luther Seybold
Glen Hugh Smith
Merle D. Snyder
William Rufus Stanton
Harvey Allan Statton
Kenneth Glen Thornton
Leon Cupper Thorp
Charley C. White
Wesley E. Whitmore
Valentin Wiederhold
Herald Lewis Wilson
Roscoe Leroy Zuck Fisher
Frank Bairdette Bailey
Homer Leroy Baker
Wilbur Fiske Baker
Albert Edward Beardsley
George Archess Breeding
Roy Andrew Breese
Glen Elsworth Bright
Cloyd Morse Brush
Clyde Clayton Burdick
Robert Lee Burke
Clifford H. Burrows
Clarence Clayton Campbell
Walter A. Clark
Jesse Leroy Clites
Charley David Cox
Francis Benjamin Cox
James Henry Cox
Ralph Edwin Cox
William Scott Coy
Floyd W. Crane
Harry Owens Darnell
Otto John Depke
George Franklin Derrickson
Arthur James Dickey
Harry Glenn Dismore
Thomas Leon Dinsmore
James Henry Eskew
Jesse Pearl Franks
Josiah Henry Green
Fred Elroy Greenway
Alfred Lester Grundy
Glenn Floyd Haynes
Oliver Austin Herriman
William Lyle Hilton
Homer Peat Homan
Alvin Cyrus Hoppock
Clyde Roscoe Howard
George Earl Howard
Jesse William Howard
James Edward Humes
Ernest R. Jones
Rollo Thone Jones
Frederick Wesley Kalkas
James Wendell Kelsey
Bert Oliver Kimsey
Roy Matthew Kirby
Jerry Henry Koch
Arthur T. Kohler
Ralph Earl Kohler
Asbury Ross Lamb
Orion Pierce Latimer
Charles Walter Lewis
Ernest Lightfoot
Roy Alfred Linden
Fred Long
Samuels Edwards McAllister
Ralph Henry McDermott
Benjamin Harrison McQueen
Bert Homer Maronville
John Carl Mascher
Thomas Henry Maupin
Floyd Glenn Mitchell
Marion Francis Moore
Elmer Edward Parker
Otto August Paulson
Floyd Henry Pierce
Simon Ralph Raymond
Harry Raymond Roberts
Samuel Austin Roberts
Carroll Crosby Sanderson
Hubert Lincoln Shafer
Joseph Herman Shelton
Benjamin Franklin Simmons
Daniel Bates Spear
Claude Roy Starner
Benjamin Raymond Tinkham
Carl Marion Trullinger
Oliver Milton Trullinger
Albert George Turnbull
Lyle Lewis Turnbull
Will Richard Tyner
Charles Earl Vest
Cassius Everett Waldron
Charley William Walter
John Henry Walter
James Edward Ward
Paul William Whitehill
Anson Thomas Williamson
William Thompson Yates

Madison No. 1
Clarence Raymond Barnes
Leslie Beam
Ira Even Bridges
Joseph Chaney
Ervin Fay Coffey
Arrow Cradle
Barney Edmond Donaldson
Frank Lewis Donaldson
Jesse Alonzo Donaldson
John Fay Catlin Finnell
Joe Francis Gardner
John L. Gardner
Walter James Gardner
Ernest Christ Grassmeier
Lee John Grassmeier
Joshua Robert Gray
Sam Hickman
Oscar D. Holman
Lee Roy Nelson Cooper Hopkins
Moses Harrison Hopping
Wilbur King
Carl Hubert McSpadden
Grover Means
Willard C. Miller
Williams Barthel Mohr
George Erie Moore
Victor Newton Moore
Roy H. Mortimore
Ralph Ivan O'Neal
Archie Rogers
Clarence Evert Scott
Albert Snapp
Frank Snapp
Jacob Edwin Strait
Carl Raymond Thiessen
Opel William Thompson
Daniel Clayton Tillman
Harry J. Winder

Madison No. 2
Oscar Ray Athen
David Booker
Walter Gail Booker
Leonard Ira Bright
Truman Catlett
August Augustus Chandler
Jack Boyce Coffee
Marvin Timothy Crowell
Floyd Edwin Cruse
Charles Winfred Douglas
Charles Owen Edgerton
John Glen Edgerton
Lee Hugh Egbert
Tom Oric Finnell
Joseph Richard Gaines
Frank Thomas Hein
Nicholas Hein
Gene Lyle Hess
Owen Arthur Hoffarth
Samuel Arthur Langston
Davie Ray Lewis
Homer William Lewis
Chester Allan Lloyns
Grover B. Morgan
Thomas Earl Morgan
Clarence Charles Morris
James Blaine Ross
George Grover Schaeffer
Oscar Henry Schaeffer
Henry Birddine Simpson
Ross Curtis Smith
Bert Wade
Wayne Leslie Whitmore
Hollis Wingate
Gilbert Smith Zach
Luke Talmage Zuck

Ross
Dennis R. Adams
Clarence Earl Adamson
Gernie B. Adamson
Henry Harrison Andrews
Graover C. Bain
Joseph A. Barber
Raymond Bell
Lyle Clarence Bonner
John Brandt
Clifford A. Brittain
Marion Edward Brittain
Ivan R. Coleman
Frank M. Crawford
Irvin E. Dayhoff
John H. Dayhoff
Nelson Delavan
Daniel M. Durkee
David B. Dustin
Arthur Dyke
Elmer Kent Gannett
Manly Otho Green
George Haldeman
Frank W. Harrison
G. Walter Harrison
John H. Hess
Raymond E. Hunter
Ora C. Kearns
Rock Worth Kesterson
Frederick A. Klein
Joseph P. Lybarger
Arthur G. Mauk
Hertle D. Maxted
Everett Lee Miller
Clifford Alfred Morgan
Russell W. Myers
Otto Anton O'Bladen
Gail W. Osborn
Morgan Earl Peters
Riner Portinga
Herman Edward Redenbaugh
John T. Redenbaugh
Walter A. Reeves
John L. Rhode
Wayne R. Richardson
Fred Charles Rosenstrater
Charles Schebe
Clarence W. Schroeder
Ben H. Smith
John R. Starrett
Charles W. Sullivan
William Joseph Swisher
Edward H. Thomas
John D. Thompson
Edwin C. Todd
Vern Calvin Walker
Marion Ford Wearin
Ira Leigh Weatherhead
Dayre Williams
Harle Williams
John Thomas Woolsey
David Wesley Worcester

Riverside
Fred Eugene Adams
Edwin Theaker Aistrope
Ira Aistrope
John Walter Aistrope
Charles Everette Ames
Cyrus Howard Ames
Charles Edward Anderson
William Antrim
Paul Everett Armstron
Willie Elmer Atkinson
Henry Allan Bateman
Fletcher William Bennett
William Raymond Bingham
Allen Winfield Blakely
Irva Guy Bliss
Harold Benjamin Brannian
Kelley Ray Carnes
Cornelius Alvin Clark
August William Davis
William Leandrew Dilts
Fred Knox Dodd
James Weaver Durfey
Orrin Thomas Fasnacht
Allie Payton Ferrel
Paul Fichter
Asa Lee Fitzwater
Hurley Gilbert Focht
Bradford David Gee
Homer M. Gee
Myron Ray Gillette
Bertis Tillford Goins
Samuel Walter Graham
Elmer Hall
Orville Roscoe Harger
Charles James Harper
Commodore Storts Haynie
Clyde Earl Heaton
Fred Hetzel
Frank Henry Himelhan
John Himelhan
Carlisle Etenier Huffaker
Arthur Henry Inman
Robert Beecher Johnson
Teff Dirms Johnson
William Joseph Kilpatrick
Austin Henry King
Charles Arthur Lee
Roy Everett McCain
Leonard B. McDearmon
George Roy Madison
Toddy Ethen Madison
Miles Madison Marshall
Bert Mills
Charley Nagel
Edwin Nagel
Willie Harry Norman
Thomas Earl Ovens
Albert Leonard Perkins
Walter Ray Pierson
Lawrence Ansley Piper
Harry Lloyd Pippitt
Rollin Erwin Poindexter
George William Powers
James Henry Pullman
William Edwin Reeder
Alven Fredrich Rubenking
Edward Franklin Rubenking
Roy Calvin Rumple
Eugene Lansing Russell
Ray Benjamin Rutt
Earl Leon Shamblin
John Walter Sheirbon
Joseph Emmitt Skaggs
Bernard Lawrence Slater
L.B. Spear
John Enick Stoker
Robert Newton Thornton
Harry Rex Toland
William Christopher Vogel
Earl Campbell Wallace
Alvie Earl Williams
Delmer Dale Williamson
Miles Edwin Williamson
Raymond Hiland Windle
Prairie
Garfield N. Anderson
William T. Bateman
Lester G. Bonwell
Myrle Bopp
Thomas Jasper Carter
Earl Chambers
Andy T. Coy
Clyde R. Farwell
Don Fichter
Leonard E. Fichter
Ralph Lee Frazier
Wylie M. Freeman
John Harvey Good
WilliamD. Goodner
Lee E. Gore
Floyd A. Greedy
Glen r. Greedy
James D. Griffin
Charley O. Hall
William B. Hall
Alfred E. Hammers
Harold Charles Holloway
Harley Earl Hopkins
Henry C. Huey
Clarence Inman
Bernal Perry Jones
Guy Jones
Willard E. Kingsolver
Henegar Harrison Kinslow
David F. Leonard
Grover C. Magel
Lee R. Magel
Paul Magel
Orville Malcom
Clarence Leslie Margason
Cyril C. Maxted
Joseph Benjamin MItchell
Earl Oppenheimer
Murl Otte
William James Poulsom
Alva Ramsey
Leslie O. Ross
Charles S. Schaaf
Conard P. Schaaf
Ed. J. Schaaf
George D. Schaaf
Julius J. Schaaf
Marion E. Sells
William A. Shuffler
Arthur J. Simmerman
Ralph R. Simmerman
Chester Earl Spittler
Perry Travis
Claude G. Van Sant
Emil M. Van Sant
Grant Van Sant
Charley I. Vermilyes
Nate C. Waldron
Frank Wells
Earl Woodard
Fred Woodlands

Washington No. l
James Andrews
Jewel Amos Asbury
Harry Leroy Bennett
Harley Hugh Brown
Hubert Luellen Brown
Robert Tracy Brown
George Carman
William Clarence Cavin
William Chaney
William Hugh Cockerham
Martin Arthur Dishong
Elmer James Durham
Bruce Fender
Walter Marion Foster
George Marten Gardner
Elmer Garrison
Rae Garrison
Noah Doval Gilbert
Abner George Gilmore
Homer Robert Glover
Walter Lawrence Gordon
Jesse James Haiths
Fred Henry Hale
Russell Edgar Hickman
Albert Ernest Hinze
Fred Henry Hodde
Merle David Hoover
Albert Louis Hurley
Roy Kuhns
Clyde Robert Lemrick
Carl Barnett Lloyd
John Edison McCord
James Arthur McCracken
Marion Edward McRae
George William Miller
Ralph John Morgart
George Lester Notsinger
Fred Powers
Alexander Propp
Myron Stanton Reeves
Lloyd Ernest Simpson
Cliifford Gordon Slusher
Ormas Wesley Smith
Chris Fred Herman Spiegel
James Francis Stickney
Clarence Wayne Thorp
Isaac Tillman
Paul Ura Travis
Ray Warren Trosper
Claude VanGeyer
Jesse Hall Ware
Oscar Harold Weston
Lester Millard Broy White Oscar Edward Willhite
Leslie Yager, Jr.
Gus Yonke
Rudolph Yonke

Washington No. 2
Blair Alberson
Lawrence Chester Baker
Walter A. I. Baker
Jess Boyd
Cecil John Crain
Richard Fay Craine
Howard Milton Dooley
Herman Joseph Driever
Albert Garst
David Elmer Garst
Henrie Vernie Gilbert
Benjamin Andrew Harrison
Arlo Cornelius Hays
Frederick Herman Hermann
Ralph Wiliard James
Fred Lincoln Johnson
LeRoy Keith
Marion Wesley Kelly
Vern Edward Lundy
Alonzo Morris Lynch
James Edward Martin
Jacob Franklin Means
Charles B. Morris
Henry Williams Edward Nahkunst
Glen Leon Robb
Ernest Robert Rose
Webb Wilson Savage
Milton Alpheus Shields
George Smith
James A. Spicer
James Ander Tackett
Harold Edison Thiessen
Ernest Carl Werner
Clifford Joseph Zach
Amos Emory Zuck

Walnut
Clarence Wade Adams
Leo Shunick Archer
Roy Earl Bright
William Stephens Carter
Miner Leo Cates
Henry Harrison Connett
John Mat Crites
Daniel Levi Cummings
Erick Emanuel Edlund
Walter Hurbert Fallers
Leonard Merle Ferrel
Benjamin Gard
Arthur Ingo Gee
Henry Charles Gee
Walter Warren Gee
Ernest Woodford Hampton
Ernest Clinton Hatcher
William Henry Hunter
Floyd Westfall Kent
Nova Mike Kirby
Carl Isaac McIntyre
Garland Benson McIntyre
Thomas Vance McMahon, Jr.
Joseph Raymond Norris
Joseph Arthur Parrish
Walter James Reed
Lee Buel Joseph Roscoe
John D. Ross, Jr.
Lee Warren Rounds
Russell Jason Rounds
Arnold Evert Scott
Steven Mitford Skaggs
Charley Seldon Still
Lowell Frank Teachout
Raymond Vidal Teachout
Glen Edson Thomas
Joy Dwain Thomas
Simon Wilber Toay
Irvin Foster Troxel
Ross Charles Vickers
Elmo Vickers Warren
James Lambert Way
Clarence Lester Young

Green
Guy Elvin Asman
Walter Asman
John Bailey
William Stewart Barnes
Roland Edward Baucom
Thomas Evert Bicknell
Verne Marley Boone
Earl Raymond Britton
Earl Walter Carter
Bert Cassner
Clyde Earl Clapper
James Lawrence Clapper
Perry Albert Clapper
Clyde Alexander Clark
Arthur Dalton
John Duff
Albert Ennes Dyke
Ernest Dee Elliott
Clyde Clifford Ewalt
Lester LeRoy Forney
Orpha Franklin Forney
Clyde Walter Gailord
Warren Leyander Gailord
Elmer Addison Garrett
Clark Glen Gilbert
Clifford Hall Gray
Ralph Homer Greenwood
Walter Elmer Greenwood
George Fred Hailer
Harry Hatcher
William Earl Hayes
Evert Leroy Hiatt
Robert Leslie Hoag
Homer Franklin Hones
Charles Winfred Irwin
Harold Clyde Johnson
Guy Solomon Jones
Ralph Clinton Jones
Grover Cleveland Kemper
Andrew Marion Kerns
Arlo Lyle Kesterson
John Benjamin Lefever
Walter Scott Longinaker
Earl Cecil Lundy
Dorris Allan Madison
Lonnie Adon Madison
Percy Eugene Myers
Benjamin Harrison Noland
George Eli Omans
John Sherman Parker
Cyrenius E. Perkins
George Raymond Perkins
Dee Pickenpaugh
Guy Rhode Plank
Arch Rickabaugh
Manley Lee Ruse
Roy Sylvester Ruse
Wesley Raymond Ruse
Clarence Henry Shannon
Elmer Leon Smay
Joseph Perry Stoddard
Raymond Vernon Stoddard
Ralph Noah Story
Charles Leslie Sweet
Will Thompson
Cliff Cole Tlimpson
William Van Tuttle
Guy Garrett Vanatta
James Lewis Van Esse
Delbert Marshall Walkins
Sanford Lloyd Walkins
Earl Leroy Wyant

Monroe
Adam Jesse Abbott
Granville Linnville Anderson
Martin Anderson
Joseph Robert Archer
Floyd Baker
Leo Nelson Bartlett
Earl Fredy Beck
Leo Bernard Cahill
Edgar Cearley
James Cooper
James Coy
Patrick Joseph Doyle
Thomas James Doyle
Albert Ehnes
Burch Foster Elliott
Frank Edward Foutch
John E. Foutch
Frank J. Garrity
Lewis George Germar
William Francis Gilmore
Fred William Gitchel
Jay Lewis Gitchel
Harry George Gohlinghorst
Hartwell Paul Harmon
Ercel Ulmont Hayes
Ollie Ralph Hayes
William Henry Hoffman
Edward Francis Horrigan
Clyde Clifford Houtz
Anthony James Hughes
Henry Joseph Hughes
John Leo Hughes
William Oda Johnson
Owen Leonard Jones
Charles Franklin Kammerer
Harley Cleveland Kerns
Ollie Roy Kerns
Edward Francis Laughlin
John Laughlin
Martin William Laughlin
Patrick Leo Laughlin
Alton David Leahy
Dennis Emmet Leonard
Francis Michael Leonard
Charley Finlaw Long
Claridon Long
George Wesley Louthan
Charles Orvis McElmurry
William James McGarry
Edmund Clement Maher
William Bernard Malloy
Clarence Edwin Marquart
Raymond Marquart
John Thomas Martin
Frank Nelles
Claude Howard Norman
Michael Edmond O'Connor
Daniel Arthur Patience
Francis Joseph Payn
George Marion Pearson
Edgerton Robert Peck
John Regan
Albert Michael Rogers
Edmond Michael Rogers
Thomas Joseph Rogers
Walter Erwin Rogers
William Henry Rogers
Francis Benedict Saner
Henry Ward Skahill
Thomas Leo Slater
Nicholas Peter Sloan
Clarence Vernon Smalley
Joe Basil Spear
Hugh Worthington Summers
Edward John Sweeney
Russell James Teachout
Alvin Wilson Tyner
Amil Webb
John Sherman Weihler
Fred Weldon
Harry Logan Wetherell
Eugene William Wiman
Frederick Joseph Wiman
Eugene Lee Woods
Joe Wronich
Frank Chester Young
Fred Louis Young

Scott No. l
Paul Everett Acord
Morton Garrett Adams
Melvin Roe Adamson
George Leonard Ballinger
Charles Frederick Briley
George Ira Clapper
Henry Edward Clapper
Will Barton Clemons
Harold Paul Cole
Cassel Otho Cupp
Ray Carlton Doll
Edward Edgbert Forney
Floyd Francis Forney
Herbert Roscoe Foster
Oliver Perry Fulton
Alvin Jess Gardner
Osie Sanford Gargus
Charles Elmer Garrean
Lonnie Lee German
Flavius Alvin Greenwood
John Gordon Greenwood
Ira Jackson Greenwood
Lester Ransom Greenwood
Ernest Alvin Harrington
Leroy Hathaway
Harry Iva Hicks
Carry Earl Hillhouse
Rollie Earl Holloway
William Otis Horner
Clyde Jackson
James Albert Jennings
John Allen Jennings
Theodore Jennings
Arthur Raymond Johnson
Clyde Clear Johnson
Glasco Dell Johnson
Hubert Ansil Johnson
William Perry Kelso
Jonathan Kerns
Benjamin Lybarger
Elmer Leroy Marsh
Cecil Paul Martin
Ernest Edward McAlexander
Otto McAlexander
Riley Fletcher McAlexander
Carroll Frank Meacham
Jesse Lee Moles
Melvin Moles
Edward John Neidermaier
Eddie Parrish
Carlton Hutton Paul
Chester H. Onie Peeler
Henry Thomas Powles
Joseph Elgin Robbins
Clayton Lester Sheer
Herschel Stephenson Sheer
Orvel Sheer
Charlie Ross Slemp
Charles Wayne Solleder
Fred Albert Strong
Clarence Wilbur Surface
Sherman Leonard Surface
Isaac Newton Swisher
John William Tackett
Luther Jerome Wiley
Donald Hallard Williams
Isaiah Wilson

Scott No. 2
W. W. Aitken
Earl W. Ballard
Clarence Bates
Oliver Chambers
D.C. Eyler
Fay R. Eyler
Ernie Foster
Ernie Garrean
Walter Garrean
Francis Harles
Roy Hillhouse
Edward Kearn
Wallace Kearn
Frank King
David O. Morgan
Charles Morrison
Ray H. Morrison
Glen Nichols
Raymond Pierce
Charley F. Potter
Vernon Stattler
Bain Study
Ezra Study
Marion Study
Willis Study
Ralph H. Thornton
Claude E. Weston
David E. Wylie

Riverton
Wayne Ulysses Ackley
William Henry Atwood
Hiley James Barrett
Albert Earl Bell
John Cleveland Bell
Orlan Kennith Boyd
Walter Sylvester Boyd
Benjamin Harrison Brooks
Ople Peris Brown
Elmer Sigfred Carlberg
Jesse Logan Chaney
Arthur Francis Cleland
Victor Silverton Cleland
John Neff Clutteur
Howard James Comstock
Charles Henry Connor
Leamon Coslett
Raymond Coslett
Lawrence Elias Cowles
Elmer Allen Cox
Arthur David Coy
Arthur Clinton Crowell
Charles Nixen Crowell
Otway William Cutler
Annas Roy Dahlgran
James Chester Dalrymple
Robert Lee Davis
Raymon Willard Derrickson
Wilfred Lee Derrickson
Roy Simon Dyke
Earl Edgerton
Glenn Gilbert Edgerton
James Willard Eskew
George Alvin Fichter
Arthur Fleming
Everett Ray Fleming
Frank Fleming
Festus Joy Fouts
Jesse Fred Grape
Wiley Senter Hayes
Raymond Daniel Hilger
Fred Jones
Cecil Kimberlin
Ossil Dean Kimberlin
Stephen Belding Lytle
William Thomas Mackoy
Virgil Everett Maffitt
Harry Magaw
Earl Mayers
Andy Earl Miller
Joseph Evans Miller
Francis Gordon Neihart
Charlie Osborn
Frank Cyrenius Palm
Chancey Marion Parkison
Harry Allen Pease
Bird Oshea Rice
Elmer Curtis Roberts
John William Roberts
William Avery Sanderson
Henry Harrison Schoonover
Ordie Allen Scoles
Noel Byron Scott
Frank Leroy Shaffer
Charles David Shearer
Edward Shearer
Otis Shearer
Richard Sylvester Sherman
Bernal Elbert Shull
Earl Smith
Lynn Smith
West Flolyd Smith
George William Stanley
Walter Chalmond Stubbs
John Martin Summers
Jerry William Tackett
Ora Joe Taylor
Paul Everett Tysor
Truman Berry Tysor
Hobart Lee West
Henry Theodore Williamson
Roy Henry Wynn


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Death of Mrs. Thompson
Mrs. Enoch Thompson, mother of Mrs. W. H. Wilson, passed away on Wednesday morning about 5 o'clock. She has been ill and failing for the past four weeks. She will be buried at Shenandoah Thursday or Friday of this week.

Death of A.D. Richards
Augustus D. Richards has gone to his long home and the mourners go about the streets. His years were almost three score and ten, and during all the years of his life his home was on the farm where he was born. His early history dates back to the real pioneer days, and if there is such a thing as pride of ancestry in Fremont county, Gus Richards is a man who could, without question, claim his share. He was the son of Milton and Jane Jackson Richards who settled here in 1846, in the days of the Morman hegira, a few months before Iowa became a state, three years before the organization of Fremont county and five years before the birth of Sidney. Milton Richard was one of the big men of his day and occupied a prominent place in the early history of the county. He was first clerk of the district court and issued the first marriage license when the county seat was at Austin. In 1851 his wife named the new county seat Sidney, in honor of her old home at Sidney, Ohio, and the town was platted and modeled on the lines of the Ohio town. The public and private life of Milton Richards, the old pioneer, according to the records of the historian and the testimony of those who knew him was of the purest and best. Augustus Dolphus Richards was born four miles south of Sidney, August 24, 1849, and died June 8, 1917, after a lingering illness of nearly two years. On December 31, 1871, he was united in marriage with Miss Mary E. Yates. To this union no children were given, but three orphan boys, the youngest five years of age were taken into their home and reared to manhood. One now lives in Kansas City, two in Oklahoma, none being able to get here to attend the funeral on account of the high waters. When 17 years of age Mr. Richards made a profession of faith in Christ and united with the Christian church at Sidney. He lived until the end in the faith of the gospel and died in hope of its glory. He was a man of honor, industrious, kind and sympathetic to those in distress about him and the world has been enriched by his life. Four sisters and one brother survive, namely, Milton Richards who lives in Nebraska; Mrs. James Ray, Ottawa, Kansas; Mrs. S. P. Cadle of Washington; Mrs. Frances Stephens and Mary Story who live near Sidney. He also leaves a wife and numerous other relatives to mourn his loss. The funeral services were held on Sunday afternoon, June 10, at the Sidney Baptist church, conducted by the pastor, Rev. J. P. Thomas, who paid a noble tribute to the departed brother. The speaker said his acquaintance with Mr. Richards, although of short duration, had been an inspiration to him. He took the very appropriate and suggestive text from Acts 11:24: "He was a good man." Rev. Thomas told what it meant to be a good man. Some who are called good by men are not good in the sight of God. To be good man in the sight of God a man must be a believer in God and in Jesus Christ, and not only a believer but also a man who obeys and follows God's commandments and teachings. Although, on account of the floods, the people east of the Nishnabotana could not be present, the church was completely filled by the relatives and old friends and neighbors. Interment was in the Sidney cemetery, the services at the tomb being conducted by the I.O.O. F., Mr. Richards having been a member of this organization for 25 years.

Mrs. Lucy Clayton
Mrs. Lucy Clayton died the latter part of last week at her home near Grant City, Missouri. Mrs. Clayton before her second marriage was known here as Mrs. Burdick, and in the early '80's lived with her family in Prairie township five miles east of Sidney. She was the mother of Nathan Burdick of Sidney and Judson Burdick of Farragut. She was nearly 83 years of age and is survived by four sons and one daughter. She has lived in Missouri for 23 years.

ANOTHER POPULAR COUPLE MARRIED
Miss Ione Chantry and John D. Ross, Jr., United in Matrimony in Sidney Last Thursday Evening


Oh, what is so rare as a day in June?
Then, if ever, come perfect days;
Then Heaven tries Earth, if it be in tune,
And over it gently her warm ear lays.


On Thursday evening, June 7, 1917, Miss Ione Virginia Chantry was given in marriage to John D. Ross, Jr. It was upon one of those rare June days which poets only can describe, which made a most charming and suitable setting for our fair June bride. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride's father, A.L. Chantry, and was attended by numerous relatives and friends of the bride and groom, among whom were Hon. A. J. Chantry of Malvern, the bride's grandfather, and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ross, father and mother of the groom.
Other guests from out of town were
Mr. and Mrs. H.T. Beattle and children, of Malvern
Mrs. C. L. Ellis of Tabor
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest R. Chantry, of Malvern
Mrs.M.A. Chantry, Allen and Edith, of Omaha
Miss Ruth Chantry of Malvern
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Farwell of near Shenandoah
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Graves, Ross, Lois of near Shenandoah
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Hurlbutt and son of Tabor
Mr. and Mrs. James Pullman of Randolph
Mrs. Allen Ross and daughter of Wyoming
Miss Josephine Ross, of near Shenandoah
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Ross of near Shenandoah
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Scott of near Shenandoah
Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas of near Shenandoah

Those present from Sidney were Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. I.P. Dixon, Miss Glenne Dixon, Miss Helen Waterman and Miss Effie Crandal. The bride's two oldest brothers, Paul and Wendell, could not be present, as they are engaged in their country's service, one at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, the other in New York bay. The rooms were artistically decorated in yellow and white. The flowers used were yellow iris, and white bridal wreath. The bride was charmingly dressed in a gown of white lace, and wore a veil of white tulle which was the bridal veil of her aunt, Mrs. Lillian Beattle, who was married 11 years ago, and which has been worn on several like occasions in the family since that time. She carried a beautiful bouquet of home grown white flowers. The groom was handsomely attired in the conventional black. To the strains of Mendelsshohn's wedding march, Miss Lois Graves, the groom's niece, and Miss Ruth Chantry, cousin of the bride, assisted by Joe and Archie Chantry, brothers of the bride, entered and formed a ribbon aisle. Rev. C. M. Ward and the groom, followed by Miss Jean Beattle as ring bearer, proceeded to an arch of bridal wreath; then came the bride, attended by her father. The beautiful and impressive ring ceremony was used. Immediately following the ceremony, Miss Mildred Chantry, accompanied by Miss Lillian Chantry, sisters of the bride, sang "Because" after which a delightful two-course luncheon was served by Mrs. Marjorie Harrison, Miss Eva Holloway, Miss Ida Meyer and Miss Leona Watson. Amid congratulations and good byes the happy couple left for a short wedding trip. They will make their home at "The Elms", five miles northwest of Shenandoah. The bride is the eldest daughter of A. L. Chantry of Sidney, and the groom is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ross of Walnut township, well known early settlers of Fremont county. The numerous friends of both bride and groom wish them much joy and happiness throughout all their days.

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THE FREMONT COUNTY HERALD
June 21, 1917

Otte - Liggett
The young people of Sidney and vicinity, and some of the older ones with fun proclivities, had a lot of fun Monday, evening at the expense of Frank Liggett and Mrs. Maude Otte, who the participants in the charivari claimed had been married on June 9 at Nebraska City. Both Mr. Liggett and Mrs. Otte strenuously denied the allegations and defied this "alligators", but were compelled to bear the burden of the sport, nevertheless. The instigators of the charivari claim to have proof beyond doubt that the couple were married as aforesaid, their denial to the contrary, notwithstanding, nevertheless and but, and want to make them "come across" in some substantial manner with the "treats". Both Mr. Liggett and Mrs. Otte are well and favorably known in the community, and would and will and should receive the best wishes of all in case they have or will or would join their hearts and hands and fortunes for better or worse in this sad and glad old world.

Rural Graduation
The rural graduation of Fremont county will be held under the direction of Miss Mabel B. Jones, county superintendent, and assistants, at the high school building in Sidney on Friday June 22, at 3 p.m. The program will consist of invocation; piano duet by Gladys James and Nina Waterman; recitation by Helena Bickel; vocal solo by Harrison Thomas; address, "The Second Line of Defense," by Miss Ritza Freeman of Randolph; vocal solo by Helen Gray; violin solo by Darice Stich; awarding of diplomas; song, "America." .
The graduates are:
Russell Adkins
Curtis Baker
Leonard Bauer
Gladys Black
Alfred Bobbitt
Doran Brown
Ada Brockie
June Clipston
Blanche Coffey
Glenne Coslet
Ida Coster
Burton Dean
Lloyd Focht
Leslie Fordyce
Burman Forney
Chalmers Gibson
Ivan Goodner
Pauline Hardy
Grace Hayes
Don Heath
Frances Kent
Hortense Leader
Hazel Leimbach
Hubert McCluskey
Dwight McCracken
Genevieve Marvel
Ernest Morgan
Quentin Parkison
Pearle Rawlings
Arthur Rydberg
Grace Shippy
Florence Smalley
Florence Smelser
Verne Taylor
Floyd Tompkins
Lucile Tyner
Ruth Utterback
Bernice Woodlands
Carroll Younts
Roy Younts

MILES H. INMAN IS SUDDENLY CALLED
Passed Away at His Home North of Thurman While at Work Monday Morning.

Miles H. Inman died suddenly last Monday morning about 9 o'clock from over exertion or heart trouble. He was in apparent good health and was helping his son, Clyde, and others mow away hay in the barn at his home with his son about two miles north of Thurman. He sat down to rest for a minute and when next noticed he was lying down and life had passed quietly and peacefully away. The funeral services were held at Randolph on Wednesday at 2 p.m., conducted by Rev. C. H. Kindig of Thurman. Miles H. Inman was born February 19, 1844 near Parkman Village, Geauga county, Ohio, and passed away June 18, 1917, at the age of 73 years, 3 months and 29 days. At the age of 8 years he moved with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Inman, to Dane county, Wisconsin. On November 15, 1866, he was married to Maggie Philo of Lakeview, Wisconsin, near which place they made their home until 1870, when he with his family, moved to Fremont county, Iowa, where he has since resided with the exception of one year spent in Nebraska for his wife's health. To this union were born six children, three dying in infancy. The remaining children are Frank D. of Sioux City; Oscar S. of Pacific Junction; and Clyde H. of Thurman, with whom he has made his for the past six years. Mr. Inman lived in Randolph 11 years, where his wife died, January 14, 1908, after a lingering illness of 20 years. Miles, as he was familiarly called, was known by nearly everyone, having bought stock for years in Fremont, Page, and Mills counties. He was loved and honored for his honest and upright dealings and counted his friends by the hundreds. Although he was no affiliated with any church, he has often expressed his faith in the divine being, reading his bible a great deal, often reading it to his little grandsons. Besides his children and grandchildren he leaves to mourn his death four brothers and one sister, namely, Norton of Blanche, Nebraska; M. and M. O. and Mrs. C. H. Fichter of Randolph. After the funeral services, the burial was delayed a few hours to await the arrival of Norton Inman of Blanche, Nebraska, who came on the evening train.

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