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Mount Ayr Record-News
Mount Ayr, Ringgold County, Iowa
May, 1918




 The following class 1 men Ringgold County have been called to report at Mount Ayr on Friday, April 26 to be sent to Camp Dodge during the five-day periods beginning on that date:

Chester I. CLARK, Kellerton

Ray F. ROMINGER, Belknap

Archie MERRITT, Kellerton

Wm. J. GIBSON, Deerfield, Mo.

Chas. GOLLIDAY, Benton

Lewis D. GERMAN, Benton

Verne WILLIAMS, Diagonal

Scott WILSON, Redding

W. T. Harold DAVIS, Mount Ayr

Albert L. SMITH, Kellerton

Oda JAMES, Tingley

Fred D. LANE, Delphos

Geo. M. BENTLEY, Humansville, Mo.

Chas. I. WEBB, Mount Ayr

James HOBBERT, Kellerton

Harold J. ETHINGTON, Clearfield

Wm. C. MORRILL, Greeley, Colo.

Fred McKinley HALL, Benton

Hugh WALLACE, Tingley

Ernest M. DAVIS, Kellerton

James Floy HARRIMAN, Kellerton.

The men left for Camp Dodge April 29, 1918.

Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, May of 2010