WASHINGTON, D. C., March 14. - Four men
were killed in action, two died of wounds, one was accidentally
killed and three died of disease, fourteen were severely wounded
and forty slightly wounded, the war department announced today.
The list follows:
Killed in action-Corporal Albert E.
Behmer, Private Cecil M. Conley, Sergeant Frank O'Connor, Private
Fred D. Turner.
wounds-Private Fred C. Brummett, Sergeant Joseph L. Cip.
Accidentally killed-Private Harry
Died of disease-Corporal Oscar W.
Ahlberg, Sergt. Clarence Bailey, Private Harry S. Briggs, Private
Thomas R. Brown, Private John Bruny, Private John H. Howell,
Private Walter C. Jennings, Private Jesse E. McCarty, Private
Merritt M. Rhodes.
severely-Private Lyle W. arnes [Arnes], Private Harlan W.
Chamberlain, Private Lloyd Culp, Wagoner William H. Dean, Private
Joseph O. Fudge, Private Harold Kjar, Corporal Albert L. Rudig,
Private Robert G. Petty, Private Ralph R. Rutherford, Corporal
Joseph G. Swanson, Private Harry A. Templeton, Lieut. Bernard Van
Hof, Private Percival Vining.
wounded-Captain Hugh H. Barber, Lieut. Horace E. Smith, Private
John P. Telfer, Private Thomas S. Page, Corporal Otto S. Martin,
Sergeant Lawrance J. Quigley, Private Fred J. Robinson, Private
Edwin L. Jarvis, Private Otto Francen, Private Leslie Johnson,
Private Loren L. Goddard, Corporal Henry H. Fall, Corporal Robert
G. Andrews, Private Darrell L. Barber, Corporal Ernest P. Biegler,
Private Keith S. Graul, Private Howard Hirschman, Private Harry
K. Duddleson, Corporal John Greaves, Sergeant Seth A. Hensley,
Private Joseph Justav, Private Harold Klemm, Private Emil Kroboth,
Sergt. Oliver La Casse, Private Joe Letourneau, Private Clarence
W. Lilly, Private James P. Moore, Sergt. Henry A. Morgan,
Corporal George Murphy, Private Philip H. Newman, Private Trafton
H. Overlock, Private Lester T. Pelton, Private Einar T. Petterson,
Private Edward C. Place, Private William H. Satterfield, Private
Everett H. Scott, Private Wm. H. Taylor, Private Obert Thompson,
Private Frank Z. Vally, Private Robert Willis.
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Transcribed and contributed to Cass
County IAGenWeb by Eileen Reed, September, 2016
~ source: The Salina Daily
Union, Salina, Kansas, Thursday, March 14, 1918, Page 1,
~ reprinted here with permission by Cheryl Siebrass
Cass County IAGenWeb