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! i xjO* w ’ lIgJJ Sa I® f !l I I II 1 I I i II III' I! E33K Many Officers Are Reassigned United States Reserves and National Army Officers At tached to Various Commands. The following officers who were at tached to the dismembered regiments have been reassigned, according to the following order: SPECIAL ORDER NO. 60: 28. The following named officers. U.S R.. are detached from the Third Penn sylvania Infantry and attached to the 110th Infantry. They will report to the commanding officer. 110th Infantry: Cantafns. Daniel J. Pierrettie. Lynn D. Carrier: First Lieuts. Burton C. Andrus, Morgan J. Hickey- Second Lieutenants Josenh G, Casey, Milton D. Russell, Rob ert R. Stormer. Fred A. Ratcliffe, Ray mond S. Williamson. William C. Copp, Elliott B. Gregory. Samuel C. McClellan, Walter S. Tienpett. William E. Bailey, Frank P. Collins. Montgomerv F. Crowe. Samuel W. Rutherford, Ephriam C. Mills, Leland B. Johnson, James C. Trestle, ChariOS T. Hilleary. 29. The following named officers. National Army,-are detached from the Third Pennsylvania Infantry and attach ed to the 110th Infantry. They will report to the commanding officer, 110th In- ■ fantry: Second Lieuts. William E. Meyers. Seibert D. Ehoriy. Thomas A. Logue. 30. The following named officers, U.S R., are detached from the Thirteenth Pennsylvania Infantry and attached to the 109th Infantry. They will renort to the commanding officer. 110th Infantry: , Captains Theodore B. Metzer. Amos O. Mayer: First Limits. Allan V. Clarke. Le< A. Haggarty- Second Lieuts. Herbert. J Richardson. Rullison Evans, William A Fletcher. Edmund T. Kennedy, Caleb B Dowd. Orvil A. Wales. Reginald Havil’ John H. Wright. Jas. E. McGhee, Willihn P. Terwilliger, Horace V. Van Oo<*- brugge. Lewis He Boss, Francis X. H>- gan. John A. Slagen, Eugene E. Cadmn Eugene S. Grossman, Walter B. Pet'/nnt Herbert F. Voogele, Cornelius J. M- Carl hy. 31. The following named officers, Nn tional Army, are detached from the Thir teenth Pennsylvania Infantry, and a* tached to the 109th Infantry. They wi’ rmiort to the commanding officer, 1091 Infantry: First Lieut. Benj. C. Klagge; Secor < Lieut. Frederick L. Chapman. 32. The following named officers, UP R., are detached from the Sixth Penn®'' vania Infantry and attached to the lilt* Infantry. They will report to the com' marding officer. 111th infantry: Capts. John Stoddard, Robert Mcßain ■ Second Lieuts. Samuel T. Allen. Marie O, Leach, Joseph A. Doser, Dart W. Ever ett.. Hammond Pride... Richard H. O’Rrie- Alfred MacKav. William M.- Rice. Dav’c R. Mtnsick. CharleM E. Ruhe, William J MeMinamim, Gordon 11. Roger, Roy M McLain. 33. The following named officers Na tional Army, are detached from the Six*’" Pennsylvania and attached to the Ut’ Infantry. They will report to the com manding officer, 11th Infantry: Second Lieuts. Lewis C. 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Cashier. Wm. H. BARRETT, B. H. ELLISON, Vice President. Assistant Cashier. TRENCH AND CAM! ward S. Shaw, Ralph Beshore, William May. 34. The following named officers, U.S. R., are detached from the Eighth Penn sylvania Infantry and attached to the 112th Infantry. They will report to the commanding officer, 112th Infantry: Capts. Thomas B. Lee, John S. Logan; First Lieuts. Harry M. Moorehead, Char les P. Watson: Second Lieuts. John L. Al len, Franklin F. Brown, Clarence Kethem, Leland Logan. George C. Harding, John M. Otto, Harold R. Taylor, George A. Wil son, Lewis R. Abel. Philip C. Burdick, John M.-'Horn, Leslie C. Hiitebeitel, John H. Jenkins, Victor A. Grillet. Clarence R. Oates, Kenzie L. Keimer, Clifford D. Mc- Whinney, William Bittinger, Harrold R. Robinson, Jr., Jacob B. Abbott. By command of BRIG. -GEN. STILLWELL. SAMUEL W. RHOADS, Major. Acting Chief of Staff. Official: DAVID J. DAVIS, Lieut.-Col., Adjutant. ALWAYS ENJOY THEMSELVES. “You would enjoy dropping into the Y. M. C, A. this evening. The men are packed around the-house.. Some are reading, some writing, some playing the victrola and another bunch gathered around the piano singing popular songs. All are enjoying, themselves as they al ways do at the IY. M. “There are six buildings here and each one serves about, six thousand men. In each building there arc six secretaries and t)w ’-inn and a-'r-r*-* sorts of ac- Mess Sergeants If you would be popu lar with your troop, get them Kenny’s High Grade Coffee and Kenny’s Che-on Tea. C.D. Kenny Co. 976 Broad St. Phone 601. tivities, such as Bible classes, movie shows, entertainments, French classes, meetings, lectures, all sorts of athletic games, etc. Then they are always ready to sit down with a fellow and talk to him. I tell you, if it wasn’t for the Y. M. the men would have ahard time finding clean amusement and from the way they pack the buildings each night you can guess that they sure appreciate it. “The buildings are about 120 feet long by 40 feet in width. At one end is the counter and secretaries’ rooms. Over these is a booth with a movie machine in it- At the other end is the stage. We have piano, library, victrola. all the late magazines, etc. We surely do use them a lot, too. “Well. I could go on and tell you a lot about things, but we are pretty busy here and in the evenings we are tired ahd after going to the Y. M. and writing a letter or two and enjoying the program go to my tent -find turn i». So will stop for this time. “Your friend, , “WILLIAM JIMMS. Additional copies of this issue x of Trench and Camp may he had at any Y, M, C. A. building. The House of Dorr is for those who wish the better grades of things to wear. Trench Coats, Rain Coats, Jaeger Underwear, Sweaters, Hosiery, Etc. """"" 1 z 1 - Officers’ Uniforms Made in Our Own Shop, $65.00 and $75.00. August Dorr’s Sons 724 Broad Street - .. .. ~ ~ Have You Written MOTHER SOLDIER BOY ?— or have you failed to send your weekly “chat” for lack of STATIONERY? Attention Our ■”« Army Men Writing WE SPECIALIZE Novelties,Gifts, Kodaks, on * Films, Flash Lights, —Army Printed Post Cards and Athletic Forms Goods (A. G. Spalding) —Ruling Famous Line —Binding I» Complete. —Printing. t oo7S7™= JOWITT’S Send Us The Handsomest and YOUR FILMS Largest Stationery Store in the city. WHEN SHALL WE EXPECT A CALL FROM YOU, SOLDIER BOY ? You’re Welcome. IjOWITT’SI 864 Broad Street. Augusta, Ga. Nov. 7, 1917. Y. M. C. A. SECRETARIES CANNOT ESCAPE DRAFT With reference to the selection of sec retaires for service overseas the Execu tive Committee of the National War Work Council of the Y. M. C. A. has au thorized the following statement: “The-National War Work Council has been careful to select as secretaries no men of military age except those who are exempt upon statutory grounds or who had been granted leave of absence by Exemption Boards. “Those who were granted such leave of absence have gone into the service with the clear understanding that'they are to be ready to reportsfor duty when their numbers are called- “Notwithstanding the great loss of sec retaries which the Association was called upon to bear because of the draft the Personnel Bureau of the„War Work Coun cil has avoided giving* any encourage ment to men of military age to enter As sociation sendee.” Several secretaries at Camp Hancock have enlisted in artillery, medical corps or navy. Several otners gs draft age are ready to go when called.