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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON JUNE 29, 1918

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KILLED IN ACTION.

LIEUTENANTS.

Earl H. Eyman, Lancester, O.
Jerome L. Goldman, St. Louis, Mo.
Norman J. McCreary, Volant, Pa.
James S. Timothy, Highland Falls, N. Y.

CORPORALS.

Robert H. Jackson, Roslindale, Mass.
Alexander A. Jankowiak, South Bend, Ind.
John J. Kelly, Holyoke, Mass.
Thomas E. Peden, Gray Court, S. O.
John J. Ryder, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Jethre Shoemaker, Clem, Ga.

FARRIER

William J. McNally, Holyoke, Mass.

PRIVATES

Alfred M. Bonmas, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Louis M. Croteau, Holyoke, Mass.
Elvin A Frost, Clearmont, Wyo.
Jan Gajda, Detroit, Mich.
Herbert F. Gledhill, Sigurd, Utah.
Charles H. Harsch, Brockport, N. Y.
Tony Lubeck, 1213 Cleaver-st., Chicago.
Harry McKinney, Evansville, Wis.
Sarkis H. Semonian, Nashus, N. H.
Joseph Suski, Cleveland, O.
Leo Walts, Wellington, Ala.
William J. Whittaker, Clarkston, Wash.
Gilbert Wilson, Wofford, Ky.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

SERGEANT

Fred A. Flogger, Carrie, Va.

CORPORAL.

Arthur E. Bond, Scipio, Okla

PRIVATES.

Albert H. Jester, Galveston, Tax.
Howard Van Campen, Haven, Kas.

DIED OF DISEASE.

MAJOR.

Albert L. Grubb, Berkeley Springs, W. Va.

PRIVATES.

George Holmes, Springfield, Mass.
Louis Rosenberg, Pittsburgh, Pa.

WOUNDED SEVERELY.

LIEUTENANT.

Theodore S. Slen, Hewitt Landing, Sask., Canada.

CORPORALS.

Ernest C. Blakely, Northboro, Mass.
Wilbur C. Disbrow, Lynn, Mass.
Muriel S. Morrison, Cloverport, Ky.
Donald T. Peck, East Haven, Conn.
George W. Van Voast, Turner, Mont.

PRIVATES.

Zed H. Adams, Newport, Ky.
Charles Exner, 2128 North Laramie, avenue, Chicago.
Ronald A. Ginder, Jameson, Mo.
Charles D. Greenleaf, Santa Barbara, Cal.
William H. Korn, Madison, Wis.
Adam J. Mansak, Buffalo, N. Y.
William B. Martin, Pittston, Pa.
Charles E. Meyer, St. Louis, Mo.
George E. Milne, Yam Hill, Ore.
Samuel Mogett, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Leon O'Leva, Binghamton, N. Y.
John C. Partridge, Oakland, Cal.
Reuben Patch, West Toledo, O.
Herbert Prescott, Cambridgeport, Mass.
Charles Schmitz, Streator, Ill.
Clayton S. Wickland, Edmonds, Wash.

WOUNDED-DEGREE UNDETERMINED.

CORPORAL.

Samuel Auge, St. Paul, Minn.
Floyd Gibbons, accredited correspondent for Chicago Tribune.

PRISONERS.

CAPTAIN.

Elmer J. Presper, Philadelphia, Pa.

PRISONER (PREVIOUSLY MISSING.)

PRIVATE.

Edward W. Prunier, New Haven, Conn.

MARINE CASUALTIES

KILLED IN ACTION.

SERGEANTS.

Thomas P. Arnett, Christopher, Ill.
William R. Cleveland, Crosby, Pa.
Thomas R. Reath, Philadelphia, Pa.

CORPORALS.

Robert L. Clore, Lees Summit, Mo.
Anthony J. Kowker, Frankville, Pa.

PRIVATES.

Arthur J. Ashe, Kittanning, Pa.
William A. Benton, Mayodan, N. C.
Jewell Buckman, Holley, N. Y.
William W. Du Mars, Monroe, Wis.
Jos, Eagan, Albany, N. Y.
Glenn S. Loomis, Batavia, N. Y.
Philip M. McGovern, Irvington, N. Y.
William M. Moss, Mount Vernon, Ill.
Joseph S. Mudek, Clarissa, Minn.
Charles A. Naegelen, Cincinnati, O.
Herbert A. Strehlow, Milwaukee, Wis.
James A. Torgerson, Galloway, Wis.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

CORPORAL.

David A. Johnson, 7311 Cottage Grove avenue, Chicago.

PRIVATES.

Lloyd V. Evans, Hamilton, N. Y.
William P. Exner, Buffalo, N. Y.
Leo P. Linnemann, Covington, Ky.
Grant H. Lyman, Fillmore, Utah.
William J. McNelly, Mayville, Mich.
Robert M. Shields, Edgewater, N. J.

SEVERELY WOUNDED IN ACTION.

CORPORALS.

Charlie C. Porter, Columbus, Ga.
Richard W. Rose, Upper Mont Clair, N. J.

PRIVATES.

Burt M. Anderson, Dalles, Ore.
Claud W. Bailey, Lubbock, Tex.
Emery A. Bartlett, Salem, Ore.
Geo. J. Bobal, Hastings, Pa.
Paul N. Crow, Crossetts, Ark.
Bert Cunningham, Fife Lake, Mich.
Chester L. Curtis, Atlanta, Ga.
Robert J. Duffy, Boston, Mass.
Lacey Gibbs, Elles, Kas.
Vincent J. Ichniowski, Baltimore, Md.
Earl E. Krakau, Cleveland, O.
James E. McGinn, Minneota, Minn.
Daniel T. McKenna, Roxbury, Mass.
William C. Mitchell, Louisiana, Mo.
John E. Oberle, Riverview, O.
Andrew Ontko, Larksville, Pa.
William M. Park, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Martin L. Parson, Falmouth, Ky.
Emmett L. Patten, Winesap, Tenn.
Howard M. Pell, Creston, W. Va.
Andrew M. Perash, Courtdale, Pa.
Hugh V. Schenck, 6016 Michigan avenue, Chicago.
Laurence W. Thomson, Estes Park, Colo.
Herbert R. Wegenatt, Rome, Ind.

A week before the United States entered the 
world war David A. Johnson enlisted in the 
marine corps. He wanted to get in "on the 
ground floor," he said. He received preliminary 
training at Port Royal, S. C., and last fall 
was sent to France.

"Be sure and keep the home together, for I will 
be home soon," read the last letter received by 
his mother, Mary Johnson of 7311 Cottage Grove 
avenue. "If Henry is called don't worry, for I 
think the war will be ended by fall and he 
won't get in much of the fight."

Family's Only Support.

The letter was written June 11. Mrs. Johnson 
received notification yesterday her son had 
been killed in action. He was 31 years old, and 
the principal support of the family. There are 
three other brothers and four sisters.

"Nothing serious; recovering easily," read a 
somewhat cryptic telegram received yesterday 
from Lieut. E. P. Junkins by his wife, who was 
formerly Miss Edna Trier, 422 North Elmwood 
avenue, Oak Park. The family believe he has been 
slightly wounded, as he was in the front line 
trenches at the time. No formal notification 
has been received from the war department.

Wife in Red Cross.

Lieut, Junkins, who was formerly associated with 
Sanderson & Porter, engineers, at 72 West Adams 
street, obtained his commission at the second 
officers' training camp at Fort Sheridan. He 
left for France about Jan. 15. He is with the 
Twenty-third infantry.

Mrs. Junkins is devoting herself to Red Cross 
work and is now an instructor in the hospital 
supply department of the Oak Park chapter. She 
supervises the cutting for bandages and other 
supplies.

"If the Germans got him, he surely got some of 
them first," said friends of Private Charles 
Exner, artilleryman, when they learned yesterday 
that he had been severely wounded in action. He 
was a "natural born" fighting man was the way 
they phrased it. Exner is the son of Mrs. 
Frederick Exner, who now lives at 936 North 
Hamlin avenue.

Orphan Killed.

James S. Cusack, whose name was carried in the 
casualty list of Friday morning as killed in 
action, was an orphan. A sister, Mrs. Marie 
Swanson, lives at 139 South Fifteenth street, 
Maywood. He was 24 years old and enlisted in 
May of 1917 as a member of Company C, One 
Hundred and Forty-seventh infantry. He formerly 
worked on a farm near Melrose Park.

Other Chicago names carried on the casualty list 
of yesterday were Private Tony Lubeck of 1218 
Cleaver street, killed in action, and Hugh V. 
Schenck, 6016 Michigan avenue, severely wounded. 
Lubeck was the son of Mrs. Mary Lubiewski and 
was a pupil at St. Stanislaus Kotska school, 
Noble and Bradley streets, when he enlisted in 
the Ninth United States cavalry in December, 
1914. At that time he adopted the name of 
Lubeck in place of Lubiewski.

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