Anne Arundel (AP 76) - Naval Cruise Book

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I f smx if N V' QM-Ska Y 44' 4 4D 76 VU ff C 5 6112330 . I O n VW-m q J 'A' C17 'cf' A X ffl 'Q U.S.S. ANNE ARUNDEL--AP 76 Caldfby J L M S. S. 74646 f4'L4Zf4d6Z CAP 765 CFormer ss MORMACYORK5 A broad-beamed Naval transport, built in Kearney, N. J., by the creators of the Navy's sleek and deadly destroyers, is now Winding up a distinguished war record embracing five battle engagements from the steep beaches of North Africa to the battered ports of the surrendered Japanese Empire. Q Participating as a combat loaded loaded transport in the Allied landings at Port Lyautey, North Africa, U.S.S. ANNE ARUNDEL QAP765 , former Moore-McCormick liner, went on to land troops and equipment over the beaches at Sicily, Normandy and the Riviera. Her fifth battle star was won in the campaign for Okinawa in May, 1945. Veteran of both the European and' Pacific theaters of war, ANNE ARUNDEL has been under the command of three commanding officers: Captain L. Y. Mason, Jr., USN, 6 Parks Avenue, Newnan, Georgia, Captain W. S. Campbell, USN, 17 North Chatsworth Avenue, Larch- mont, N. Y. and Captain'lH. F. Eckberg, USN, 2108 Lake Avenue, Baltimore, Md. Placed in service by the Moore-McCormack Lines, U. S. Maritime Commission, after trials in January, 1941, as SS MORMACYORK, the ship was taken over after trips to South America and the Mediter- ranean. The Navy assumed title at Robbins'Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, Brooklyn,.N. Y., and renamed her U.S.S. ANNE ARUN- DEL inl honor of the wife of the second Lord of Baltimore and of the county of which Annapolis, home of the Naval Academy, is the seat. Converted as an armed combat transport by Robbins, ANNE ARUNDEL was placed in full commission on September 17, 1942, and. about two months later was part of the vast Naval armada in the initial Allied assaults at Port Lyautey, In the months between North Africa and Sicily, the ship served as a troop transport carrying men and war goods from New York to Oran, Algeria, under the wing of the Naval Transportation Service. Returning to mphibious warfare at Gela, Sicily, in July, 1943, the plucky transport underwent severe German Stuka dive bombing at- tack. For his accomplishments and those of his crew, Captain Mason received the Legion of Merit. , Returning to the convoy lanes of the storm-tossed North Atlantic, the ship once more joined the high-speed convoys with heavy destroyer and warship escort to successfully evade the highly-vaunted U-Boat menace making regularly scheduled trips between New York and United Kingdom ports in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England. She had the task of carr in the van uard of the veteran 2nd Division , Y g S 'into Belfast and of taking exchange troops of the British 8th Army to ,Algiers returning with an equal load of desert troops to Gorouck, Scotland. Once more, in March, 1944, the converted merchant ship girded herself for war taking aboard amphibious assault craft and their crews and loading her deep holds full of vital war materiel. Two months,of training and preparation in the British Isles lay ahead of her and her new commanding officer, Captain Campbell, who had assumed com- mand the preceding December. Ten days before the Normandy landings, the ship with other transports slated for Omaha Beach was subjected to an intensive low level bombing attack by the Luftwaffe. Luck once again rode with the transport and she rolled in the long ground swells close by the cruiser AUGUSTA off Omaha Beach, Baie de la Seine, on the historic morning of June 6, 1944. Captain Campbell was awarded the Bronze Star for his leadership under fire. Her tasks in the European Theatre were far from over with the entrance of the lst Division into France's front door. A later landing through the back door on the Riviera was on the schedule. So the camouflaged C-3 type ship sailed for the Mediterranean, scene of past triumphs, where she joined forces with old acquaintances of her Medi- terranean days among them sister Moore-McCormack liners, U.S.S. LYON CAP 715, U. S. S. FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE CAP 705 and U. S. S. ELIZABETH C. STANTON QAP 695. The morning of August 15, 1944, found ANNE ARUNDEL off the swank Riviera beaches at the Baie de Pampelonne where she unloaded crack units of the.,battle-seasoned 3rd and 45th Divisions, Following up the assault landings with logistic support trips from Italian and African ports, the transport remained in the Mediterranean until late October at which time she set sail for the United States for a sorely-needed overhaul and repair period. Captain Campbell received the Legion of Merit for his leadership in the Southern France invasion. Getting underway from New York City a week before Christmas, 1944, she reported to the ever-expanding Pacific Fleet in the Panama Canal Zone. From January through April of 1945, she carried troops and supplies to forward areas and on return trips evacuated wounded, among them the gritty marines of Iwo Jima. From May 3rd through May 9th of 1945, ANNE ARUNDEL lay off the Hagushi beaches on the western coast of Okinawa unloading elements of the 10th Army. Here she earned her fifth battle star com- ing under the air attacks of the Japanese Kamikaze Corps day and night during her stay. On departure she evacuated a capacity number of wounded of all branches of the service. Returning to the forward area in early July, the ship served as a fleet receiving ship in the vast anchorage at Leyte Gulf for a month and was enroute to the rear area from Manus in the Admiralties on August 17th when the Japanese intention to surrender chased her back to the Philippines for loading and onward routing to enemy ports. ANNE ARUNDEL steamed into Tokyo Bay into the very sha- dow of Mount Fujiyama scarcely ten days after the formal surrender ceremonies had terminated and unloaded her troops and supplies over undamaged docks in Yokohoma. She is presently engaged in further transport tasks in the distant Pacific. Captain Eckberg, himself a veteran of the Mediterranean, has assumed command. With her job nearly done and with an appreciable amount of good fortune and hard fighting behind her, ANNE-ARUNDEL proudly bears the mark of the men of the Federal Shipbuilding and Drydock Company who built her and the officers and men who sailed her dur- ingiher lengthy and profitable war cruises. QThis story prepared by Lieut. Henry C. Gulbandson, USNR5 Collateral Pub. Info. Officer f..,,, l 6 Ia sow V Be - r ool x Ph1mou1 A WO'-Ah Coilevme Suv mer E U P E I , Mavsenlle A A . 'Z Q9 0 Ev7'?c:RK small 5 UNITED STH Tris NOW ow 7' W Z . if ,dm Alemevs . - Ce-so ' Btbflco ,J A ss .yi ' T a e,ggg44 1 Z wmv 'EMP mgeso T' ' malls QQ M I5 O Hmm N. , ' N -' . -f ff . .- 1 f H "v -1. Q . .,',f- P, ' 5'-T: ,-1' . ' vw Lf -' ff Y -. . -' - , Z ' 1 . - ,-,- A 5. ,,. , -V' x,f- -Tw, , 5, , , .1 M., , 5 ,r ... I N ' ,Q - '2' 'j,,,-, ' 'Q :X 3' - X . V -, V - ' ' i ., , ' - ' A . " A . -' .L 1 1 . I 1 F Y, ' x x I 3 x f f K X! if 1 X 60 ff G X on NSW? ff- ' Y , X -' X X X 5' Sedhlef 4 2 -1. 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HAYNES, USNR N CNavigationJ DIVISION uf ,AN Saw F C -L. S? ea? 3 ? O O 4f""""--'vcx C' " M DIVISION B DIVISION ELECTRICIANS A DIVISION fi--" OCONNOR OSI-IAY ERICKSON BROOKS ORDWAY MASTER AT ARMS FORCE S-I QSupp1yj DIVISION LT. QJGJ R. G. MARTIN, USNR 1 MESS COOKS ---M - Y,-7 77-777 7 -1' VY vu - -Y STEWARD MATES -,, , S - 2 DIVISION N 810934: '31 ,U j ' qi, TE' Jw? F, ' 'if-'z. Xi"w 'H-5. - 1.9 f .Q ,fi Q 5 " 1 r .Q . if 'Q -. 'XYWUSSIGSIP S - 2 DIVISION STEWARDS zemgwwm Q " sm 1 SHQWQEAKX '-1:-if-1 -A I . L- in bl 18' fm go X f ,W - ' lfffwk - f fm4.'Z2 lf I6 XI Kg f-N ?52?g F. at'.Wf'5-'14Tr-'S t 4 - if-1?-f42f,. 'aff-"'-51-2114 X if , A-KM, im: fia t N4 We Y fll A M q fl . -Q - . A, If I. f 11' ,mf f f A C4 PERSONNEL WHO HAVE BEEN ABOARD SINCE COMMISSIONING SEPTEMBER 17, 1942 fi r 2 ' BARBERS BLACK, L. AA. SMITH, W. R CASUAL GROUPS x X f ON THE FLYING BRIDGE 24" SEARCHLIGHT MAKING A FENDER BOS'N MATEI CE THE WATCH 740Z'C'Cl!fZ'6Z4 1 I GREASING THE WINCH SLUSHING WIRES SLUSHING BOOM CABLES ""N-N., UNLOADING AMMO LETTING GO THE ANCHOR Z ,,N, ,... SMOKE GENERATORS MACHINIST AT LATHE 5 4 LDING REPAIR CARBINE PRACTICE ON THE FANTAIL GOING FOR MAIL AT LEYTE PISTOL PRACTICE CHURCH PENNANT AND OLD GLORY CHURCH SERVICE TOPSIDE 5, ui. 4 E . . -1- 1, x. fi fa. 565 'KG Q sa . 'T 'M , fIJi4'?W4'-4-' I+ .-4? 4 K sg. 'L 5 H-HOUR PRACTICE IN THE MEDITERRANEAN-1-26-43 COMBAT TROOPS EXERCISING-Q1-20-43 IN THE MEDITERRANEAN-Jan. 1943 HAPPY HOUR- 3-10-43 ENTERTAINING THE TROOPS . SCOUT CAR OEE THE COAST OE OELA-7-10-43 INVASION FLEET ON WAY TO INVADE SICILY 7-8-43 ' 5-l ESCORT GUNS TO GELA 1 PUTTING BOATS OVER THE SIDE T TO INVADE SICILY-7-9-43 TROOPS DEBARKING K, -.1...x, .-, .,..1.,-, I.1duar-'-'- ' -- -"- BEACHED BOATS I I-I DIVISION ON XVI-XY TO TI-IE BEACH-7-II-43 TRUCK OPP FOR OELA ARUNDEL CREW UNLOADING LCT HAULING AMMUNITION FROM BEACH J. W. WOOD WITH ITALIAN PRISONERS X Y A 1 4. 2 Lixsf VAS Www I 3 wx X- X QWN-3 58 GERMAN PRISONER IN THE SICK BAY DR. GACKENHEIMER AND CASUALTIES ON WAY TO ORAN FROM SICILY unl- Y GENERAL ALEXANDER ADMIRAL KIRK a 5 a fwwafw Zawwl GENERAL MIDDLETON GENERAL PATTON E ' ll "ANNIE" IN THE CLYDE RIVER I ' A n ln ,r ,X ,gi ,lg , 3 Y: 'Ia ,,:-, ' 41 wk , 'f 3? . .fa L." , . ,-:W-" .'.-'fy ig, nr- 1 I' ' R133 ,. f'!1 f '2 S f. L Q. 0 i L f HE Q2 AT ORAN ZERO WEATHER IN THE, ATLANTIC NORFOLK Aga This was "Annie's" third trip out of Frisco. It was-scheduled to be a short one, transporting 2,000rsailors to the Philippines: then a quick trip to Manus Island below the Equator and back to Frisco! Our first interruption came at Leyte Gulf, Philippine Islands. Since no facilities to house 2,000 sailors were available we remained, by request, thirty days 'until relieved by another vessel. Then our hopes rose. lt was the first week in August when loaded with 1,500 soldiers and sailors-and 5 Navy nurses-bound for the States we pointed our bow toward Manus to unload a cargo of supplies and precious mail. lt was a beautiful trip spiced with the hilarious ceremony of King Neptune-dousing, electrifying, oiling, immersing and whacking the poor Pollywogs, among whom most of us were one. We arrived at Manus the second week of August and the air was filled with the ex- citing news of surrender negotiations. We hoped it would be true but kept the cautious reserve of military folk. But then it broke full' upon our tired souls! The war in the Pacific was at an end! The next day saw us walk humbly and grate- fully into the large white chapel of the Admiralties and join our prayers with more than a thousand men-Catholics and Protestants and Jews, black and white, American and British. It was good to be at peace once more with God and man! ' We returned to our ship different men than the day before. Every outlook was somehow altered. Now we could release our cramped spirits from the hidden fear of death and disease, and air once again the anticipation of home, loved ones and civilian plans and pleasures. One could feel the change. Everyone was talking rapidly: stepping ,a little more brightly, waiting a little more eagerly to turn the ship toward Frisco! Toward home! , , Two days later we cast off our lines to sail. We were clear of the pier and everyone was on the weatherdecks, eyes forward-straining as if to see the welcome sights beyond the horizon. Then the storm broke! It jarred the entire ship hitting the Captain first and then flew with the speed of an atomic charge from amidships to bow to stern-from the bridge to the deepest engineroom spaces. 0 Redock at once! ' I Just three little words. But it was to mean a tremendous change in the plans and attitudes of all aboard. Rumors flew with the speed of light as the great ship turned almost lugubrously in a large slow circle back to the pier and came to rest again. Then the second blow! til my' Before these orders came we had two opportunities to visit Yoko- homa. Desolation beyond the harbor was complete. The somber civilians were busy putting together scraps of lumber and covered these crude frames with sheets of rusted corregated metal while the women scratched the little patches of ground about the house to grow a few vegetables and flowers. Those not engaged in building and searching for food-sat along the sidewalks and offered-for sale or barter- articles rescued from their destroyed homes-fans, lacquer ware, pieces of silk, dolls, etc., in exchange for needed yen or desired cigarettes or candy. It was an amusing sight to see the sailors return to the liberty landing loaded with souvenirs. One lad bought a large framed picture claimed by its Japanese owner to be Mount Fugijama. Upon reaching the ship it was discovered to be Mt. Rainier, Washington-painted by an American! ' The next day we were confined to the ship while a forty-knot wind roared in from the sea. Although the fierce wind delayed our departure 24 hours it also drove away the heavy clouds lying about Mt. Fugijama-60 miles behind Yokohoma. There in the brilliant glow of the morning sun, it stood, ai revealed thing of majestic beauty, to the thrilled departing shipmates. . On to Guam cackled the radio. Again speculation ran rife about the ship. Desire changed to rumour that now we would pick up pas- sengers for the States. Again it was dashed by terse orders-load 6th Marines for entry into Tsingtao, China. Irritation and anticipation walked among the men. Irritation at another delay homewardg an- ticipation to see and souvenir China. It was a beautiful day on the llth of Octoberas we approached Tsingtao, and were greeted by the sight of a sprawling city which looked more Occidental than Chinese. In the center of imposing build- ings built on the many hills of this port city'the two slender spires of the Roman Catholic Church served as a pleasant greeting and excellent navigational points. Q Our stay was brief but we thrilled to our cruiser-like approach to the pier and the ricksha rides up the slopes of the welcoming Chinese city. Everyone looked upon the Americans as walking philanthropists casting money indiscrimantly toward every article that could edge into the crowded category of souvenirs. From small children to old men and women all advanced with outstretched souvenirs, a quick disarming smile and an inquisitive "one dollar?" The men hastily hunted exper- iences, sights and souvenirs and returned to theship to sail once more to Manila. Instantly' scuttlebutt and desire for destination Frisco walked arm in arm about the anxious ship. But a new experience awaited us on the next trip. ' While operating in the Mediterranean Sea the "Arundel" carried Allies of many different nations to and from the scene of combat. Now it was to happen again. Clothed in the secrecy made expedient by rap- idly developing International Crises we proceeded toward northern Indo- China to the city of Hai Phong. lHere we brought aboard the 52nd Chinese Army--a land army which had never been to sea. The be- wildered Chinese soldiers lost their first battle with the rolling waves and sea sickness was general. They became sick as soon as the small boats proceeded from the beach toward the ship about five miles out in the bay. Although weak with sickness, nevertheless they picked up their light powder-blue packs and their precious. rifles and mounted the swaying embarkation nets. About thirty percent of the Chinese were sick yet only one man refused to accept the frightening challenge of the nets. They were plucky and well disciplined if a bit ragged in dress and equipment. 'For ten days these Chinese friends occupied one half of the ship topside eating out ofl large GI cans filled with cooked rice and hot tea. In addition each man was given one can of C ration. They ate this unchanging diet with surprising eagerness-except when the sea was rough. Unfortunately most, of the trip was too rough for these novice 4iM3I1H6S.,, . November llth saw us entering the harbor of Chinwangtao. A port of Northern China just south of the ancient wall of China which thrust its way along the rugged mountain side on its slow curved path to the sea. No longer adequate for defense, it stood weakly against the enemy gathering on the Manchurian side. On board the "Arundel" our troops took on new life and color. The quick change in climate from tropical Hai Phong to frigid Chin- wangtao, brought out the padded powder-blue coats, pants and leggings while new light tan shoes replaced the paper-thin sandals. The next morning amid a steady cold rain the 52nd Chinese Army was loaded into small open box cars to be taken into town and renewed. civil strife. We departed immediately some miles south to Taku and there waited two weeks for those long hoped for orders home. Many of the men had another opportunity to visit- a large un- scathed city of China-either busy, commercial Tientsin or the more leisure and picturesque Peiping. The stories and souvenirs of these trips will live a long time. M At long last orders came directing us to Nagoya to load 6th Army personnel and then sail direct to Seattle. In three swift days "Annie" carried her excited crew to Nagoya. Here we quickly loaded the waiting personnel-in what the officers in charge called-the fastest operation these men ever performed. From warehouses close by came also Jap rifles and officers swords which were given to each man aboard as souvenirs. A bit cramped but happy at the immediate prospects of seeing the States once again everyone checked the daily progress of beaten and battered "Annie," Aided by wind and current the trip was completed in thirteen days. Seattle was too crowded so we turned south and came to rest at Tacoma. In' the brilliant light of a sunshiny day we caught sight of glorious Mt. Rainier glistening in her shimmering white coat of sn-ow. The sight called to memory the imposing grandeur of Mt. 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HATCI-IES 2 and 3 THE CHGW LINE - H mlfim u. , 5 V235 '11 -K. 4, 1 ' 1 Lmarmk: -an ,Q 11. ii: ij: 5, 'is " 3 REMEMBER THE. PARTY AT RAUYSI CONGRATULATIONS 1 ' MCCOMBS RECEIVED THE PRESIDENTIAL CITATION TODAY! 'Me .Zeal 77ml fm Www of Zia , . , .7cmmm, Zfmhagfaa l ' DR. BUNDENS . CEUROPEAN PICTURESD , X f u ' "" X . .f2+. .rf Q nf vgqzfrz' 'g?E LT. QJGD HYMEN, USNR V ARMY PHOTOGRAPHER N. G. BLGCK CPACIPIC PICTURES AND PERSONNELD Drop Us a Line, Mate! ALBRITTON, iD. E., Lt. Cjgy ............N................... Farmerville. La. BERG, R, C., Lt,-Comdr. .,.,,....,.. l712Osceola St., Jacksonville. Pla. BRoNsoN, E. B., Lt. qjgy .....m.. 1428 West 7th Ave., spokane, Wash. BUNCH, Thomas A., Lt. .... 1007 East Maple Road, Indianapolis, Ind. CAMPBELL, W. S., Capt. ..,.....,... Larchmont Hills Apts., 17 North I Chatsworth Ave., Larchmont, N. Y. COLEMAN, E. M., Lt. CjgD, 1127 Larchmont Crescent, Norfolk, Va. CONARY, W. H., Comdr. ........s............................... Brooklin, Me. DAMERON, C. F., Lt. Qjgj ..,............. 3 Sylvan Road, Darien, Conn. DOLAN, G. L., Ens. .r...,.. 3801 Queen Ave., North Minneapolis, Minn. ECKBERG, H. E., Capt. ............ 2108 Lake Ave., Baltimore 18, Md. ERICKSON, R. G., Lt. fjgj .' ........,.. 2131 Ridge Ave., Evanston, Ill. ERY, W. C., Ens. ..o..................,.. 522 South Arthur St., Enid, Okla. GIBSON, H., Lt. ..,...........,..... ---- ..,.......,................... Grove, Okla. GULBRANDSEN, H. C., Lt. ....,..... 2208 Rittenhouse Sq. Phila., Pa. HAGEN, K. S., Lt. .......,........,. 1920-8th Ave., Oakland 6, Cal. HARRELL, J. W., Ens. ................,,........,. Box 294, Burgaw, N. C. HAYNES, J. E., Lt. Cjgj ..,, 223 North German St., New Ulm, Minn. HYMEN, Seymour, Lt. Cjgj ............ 1245-5 Oth St., Brooklyn, N. Y. JOHANNSEN, W., Lt. L... 206 No. Eederal Apt., 100 Mason City, Ia. JoNES. W. P., Lt. ......tt.,.,.......r.... 2116 Mary st., Auxandfia 6, La. LAUDENSLAGER, W., Lt. .,.. 531 Cleveland St., Allentown, Penn. LEVINE. M. H., Lt. ............ ............. 2 05 Cross St., Malden, Mass. MCDOWELL, N. C.. APC. .... .......,. 1 5 Lee St., Cambridge, Mass. MANTELE, K. A., Lt. Qjgj ........ 141 So. Berkeley St., Kalamazoo Mich. C5031 MARTIN, Ralph G., Lt. fjgj .... 946 Northwest Blvd., Columbus, O MARKS, Burton, Lt. .,.,,,,..,,,,...,......... 5440 Cass St., Detroit, Mich MAURO, John, Lt, Cjgj ,,......,... 96 Ferris Ave., White Plains, N. Y MELLIN, R. W., Lt. Qjgj ...... .,......... 8 7 Kingsley Ave., Westerleigh Staten Island N. Y MISNER, A. J., Lt. Qjgj ............ 6611 Woodward Ave., Bell, Calif MOORING, Scott, Lt. Cjgjf ...... ........... 2 439 Winton Terrace W. Fort Worth, Tex NOLAN, M. A., Lt. ...,........ 5459 Cerritos Ave., Long Beach, Calif NORTHRUP, D. L., Bosn. .... 3528-46th Ave. So., Minneapolis, Minn OLDER, C. D., Lt.-Comdr. -Q .... -.- 1026 Elmwood Ave., Wilmette, Ill PRESTWOOD, R. M., Phar. .... 5511 El Cajon Blvd., ,San Diego, Cal SAIDAK, W. S., CPC ............... 7 .... 427 Noe St., San Francisco, Calif STONER, George, Lt. ........ 368 WashingtonAve., Oakmont, Penn SULLIVAN, J. A.,iLt. Cjgl ........ 1345 Johnson St., Menlo Park, Cal. THOMAS, R. W., Lf. qjgp .,,.,. - THoMPsoN, J. H., Ens. ...... TOMORY, E. A., Ch. Bosn. ...... - TUMA, A. P., 'Bosn. ...,...,. ' - WAID, R. W., Lt. qjgy Q ,.,.,.,,,,, WALSH, D. T., oh. Bosn. ,...... - - 357 No. Main St., Meadville, Penn. --------------- 1600 East Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor, Mich. - 177 East 74th St., New York, N. Y. - ......... PO Box 267, Rockdale, Tex. cfo Dr. J. C. Martin, Cullman, Ala. 265 East 18lst St., New York, N. Y. WHITE, D- E., Lt. ........ .-..- 2261 Hillside Ave., St. Paul, Minn. WHITELAW, P., Comdr. YODER, F. E., Lt. .,,,.,,.,,, 1, MI. and Mrs. N. G. BLOCK ............ 353 Ridge Road, Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. A. MICHAUD ........ 49 Fox St., West Springfield, Mass. 18 -------- 28 West Cedar St., Boston, Mass. ------------------------------- Milford, Ind. What Are You Doing Now? ABELLI. W. C., SKf1c ........................ 75 Main St., Winthrop, Me ACKERMAN, F. J., SKDf1c ........ 729 Hudson Ave., Secaucus, N. J ADAMS, I. G., CQM ........ Pitts Ave., Box 25-A, Old Hickory, Tenn ADAMS. S. D., S,f1C .............................,.......,..... ,, -...-,,, Gloster, Miss ALLEN, H. J., MoMMflc ........ 100-19 93 Rd Ave., Richmond Hill New York, N. Y ALEXANDER, R. M., Slfc ................ Q--- R No. 1, Hollansburg, O ARROYO, G. Cl., Sf2C ............ 118 E. 2nd St., Salt Lake City, Utah ATKINS. T. M., Rdm3fc ............ 698 Cresthill Ave., Atlanta, Ga BANDY. L. M., Yf2c .................... Box 238, Rt. No. 1, Herrin, Ill BARTOW, Carl W., MoMMlfc ............ Box 27, New Boston, Mass BAYLEY,, R. W., Phmflc .... 3462 East Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich BEHAN, J. J., MoMM3fc .... 7033 South Bishop St., Chicago, Ill BENTALL, M. F., P'hM1fc .... 213 Walnut St., West, Des Moines, Ia BEVINS, L. P., SKf1c ......c.c...,........... Box 712, Keystone, West Va BIGGS, Harold E., CY .r... ..... Q ,............................. N ew Melle, Mo BLACK, L. A., SSMB3fc ........ 2484 Stanton St., North Bend, Ore BLAND, L. V., EMflc .............. 920 Commerce St., Petersburg, Va BLANKENHORN, L. A., CPHM ....... - Rt. 1, Box 77, Van Buren, O BOYLE, G. J., MoMM3fc ............,... 727 Sheridan St., Aurora, Ill BRAZOUSKAS, J. F., PhM3fc ........ 1 1 Story St., South Boston, Mass BRENTS, R., StM1fc ........................................ Cave City, Kentucky BRITTAIN, W. J., BM2fc ............ 1 C Street, Inman, So. Carolina BROOKS, J. T., BM2fc .................................... Langdale, Alabama BROSSIUS, L. O., Sflc .............. Sigel Star Route, Brookville, Penn BRORHY, W. J., RM3fc ............ 159 Woodin St., Hamden 14, Conn BROWN, B. A., SSML2fc .........,.. Box 1101, Crystal River, Florida BROWN, E. R., PhM3fc ........ 1700 No. Courtland St., Kokomo, Ind lc 509 Walnut St Cartha e Mo -BROWN, J. T., Yf .................... ., g , ,-BUFFINGTON, P. F., WTflc .... 1524 Naudain St., Harrisburg, Penn BULL D L SSML3fc Box 395, Thomson, Illinois 13UL'l1HUIS',,J. C., RM3-76-555515555555-45-6 East isorh sr., Bronx, N. Y BUMGARDNER, W. Z., RDMflc ....,............... England, Arkansas BUNNELL, L. A., SK3fc .............. . ..,.......................... Avoca, Iowa URYSZ, J. A., S2fc ..... ...... 2 5 Catherine St., Willimansett, Mass FBUTSIKARES, V. K., SM3fc ........ 5824-4th Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y JBUTTS, R. W., PhM72c ...... 196 Robinson St., Binghampton, N. Y CALDWEIZL, J. H., RdM2fc ,... 4318 East 57th St., Maywood, Cal CAMERON, C, E,, GM3fc ..,.,,...... Rt. 1, Box 18, Kingsville, Texas CANNING, L. T., MaM3fc .....,.. N11 William St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. C. Box 263 McColl So. Car CANNON, M. R., CMoMM .................... , , QTALLOWAY, P. L., Fflc ...... 5615 So. Adams St., Barton Ville, Ill ARREL, W, M., CEM ,..-,,,.,..,,,...,.,,, ....,, B ox 12, Woodward, Iowa HAPPEL, M, E., Y2fc .,,.,..........,....,,.. RR 4, Hutchinson, Kansas. VEY, E. H., MoMM3fc .... 518 Poplar or. sr., Baltimore 23, Mo ff APMAN, W. C., MoMM2fc ..,. 1829 N W. 3rd St., Miami,. Fla ,r ., .1 CHEATHAM. L. E., CMM ...... .. ............. North Dixie Hy., Star Rt., St. Augustine, Fla. OHURCH, R. K., GM2!c .... 3022 No. Franklin St., Philadelphia, Pa. CLARK. B. H., CMM ................ 4924 Curtin Ave., Houston, Texas. CLAYTON, W. K., Slfc ........ 6135 Montview Blvd., Denver, Colo. CLAYTON.,W. L.. StM27C ....................... Route 601, Oldham, Va, CLUTTS. W. E.. ClM3fC ........................ Route 1, Cobden, Illinois COBUN, E. L., Flfc ........ 109 Williams Ave., Kingwood, West Va. CONDON, W. J., RM3fC ................ 9 Winship St., Hartford, Conn. COWDEN, R. L., Sf2c ........ 2700 East 47th St., Chattanooga, Tenn. CRABTREE, C. A., Sf2c ............ 3848 Rhodes Ave., New Boston, 0, CULLEN, J. H., StM1fC ............ 203 Woodward Ave., Atlanta, Ga. CULPEPPER, H. G., COX ............ 1723 N. Peak St., iDallas, Texas. CUMMINGS, M. S., WT1fc ........ 62 Baxter St., So. Boston, Mass. DAILY, L. D., Slfc .................,.. 606 Central Ave., Anderson, Ind. DAUBE, P. W., RM2fc ................ Ulrich Ave., Castle Shannon, Pa. DAY, R. L., SZXC ...... r-.. ...................,...........o....,,-....... Buchtel, Ohio. DAVIDSON, L. D., BM2fc ...... 2214 Martha St., Indianapolis, Ind. DAVIS, C. A., MM2fc ........ cfo P. O., East Laurinburg, No. Carolina. DAVIS, J. W., F2fc .......... . ............................. Rt. 3, Shelbina, Mo. DECKER, J. W., Slfc .....,,....,....,.....oo 12M Wentz St. Tiffin, Ohio. DE GENOVA, G. H., PhM1fc .... 3890 Highland Ave., Shadyside, O. DE JARNETTE, P., Cox ..........,..,.................. Salt Rock, West Va. DELANEY, W., Slfc ............ ................. R FD 1, Hamburg, Miss. DELZEITH, L. J., Slfc ................ 158 W. Marion St., Dayton, O. DERMOTT, O. C., Yf2c ..... 4 ............................o.,... Custer Park, Ill. DE WITT, D. H., MM2fc ........ 2221 'Cumberland St., Rockford, Ill. DESMOND, T. R., Cox ............ 105-50 132nd St., Richmond Hill, . Long Island, N.lY. DIEHL, H. P., Cox ,....................................... Rt. 2, Bay City, M1Ch. DIXON, J. L., Slfc ........ 1743 Fairmont Ave., Clarksburg, West Va. DROZE, E. A., CM3fc ....... --- 201 Coming St., Charleston, So. Caro. DROJGGOS, J. P., SC3fc ................ 806 19th St., N. E., Canton, O. DUBOSE, H., StMlfc .-..,,,........, 4709 Trieman Ave.,,1Detroit, Mich. DUCHARME, K. J., SM2fc ...... 213 Washington Ave., Neenah, Wis. 407 Maple St., Kearny, N. J. 1029 Clay Ave., Toledo O. 6112 Mozart St., Chicago, Ill. Crab Orchard, West Va. EMERICH, Earl H., F2fc ........ Sherman Ave., Point Pleasant, N. J. ERVIN, C. M., MM3fc ........ 811 Pocohontas Ave., Covington, Va. EVANS, L, E., COX ,..-,,,,,- W ,,,,,,..-,,-,.,,,,,,, Rt. 2, Greenville, No. Car. ERICKSON, D. L., MoMM1fc ...................... RFD 1, B2Ck2r, Minn- FERNANDEZ, G. M., Blfc ........ 614 Marengo St., New Orleans, La. FIRICH, F., Slfc ,,,,......,..,,,, x ,,........,. 1021 Rice Ave., Ambrldge. Pa. FISCHER, R. G., MoMM2,fc .... 1404 West Ave. So., La Crosse, Wis. DUGGAN, Chas. E., RT2fc ..o... ' ......... - DUSZYNSKI, V. J., Cox ...,.. ............ EDWARDS, o., MM3,fo .,... ..... 1 ,..,.. EAToN, B., SCf2c ....,.,,......o,,, . ................ - 99 1-IoW's the Family? FISHER, R, W., SMZXC --w,-- V,--- 1263 Wellington Place, Wichita Ks. FLOYD, C. C., MoMM1fc ........ RFD 3, Box 44, Whiteville, No. Car. FLUCKUS, Benjamin, CST -,----,,------,, 2974 F. St., San Diego, Calif. . FQLK, N, Eg QM3fC ,,---,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,.... Rr. 1, Upper Sandusky. O FORDHAM, R. R., Bkrafe ..., Rr. I, 201 W. Myrtle sr., Lakeland, Pia. FOSTER, VJ. T., Sf2c .... -, FOUTY, Glen, Cox ..,.e.. .- FRAGANO, T., BM17c .,,.. - FRASER Chas. E. RM3 c .,....... . r f FREER, N. E., Cox .....f...,. - FULLER, Elwood, Cox ........ GARDNER, 'J., Stm27c ..... GAY, Frederick. SXIC .................. GELTZ, C. E., BM27c ....,,. GERBEN, Chas. H., Fflc .... GILES, J., StM2,fc ......,.......... .. ....o.o. GILCREASE, E., SSML3fc Rt. 3, Peoria, Ill. FOSTER, Samuel E., S716 ...................------ ----------- ' g .... 2823 West Nelson St., Chicago, Ill. Elkview, West Va. 602 17 B St., Brooklyn, N. Y. --- 916 St. Clair St., Tampa 5, Fla. Om- ------,,,,,w--,----, Box 65, Groton, Vt. ---L 36 Beacon St, Woburn, Mass. Mound Bayou, Miss. m-,W-,-mm, Rt. 5, Valparaiso, Ind. mum-T-mm-,,-,,,,,,,,,,- Ste-Marie, Ill. GENERELLI, J. J., Bkr2fc QQ-.'.Q11-- 96 Charles sr., Waterbury, Carrrr. -- 3215 Frederick Ave., Baltimore 29, Md. 411 East Bute St., Norfolk, Va. ,m,m,-,-,nm-,,,,-,----------,-,-,,,-- Flora, La. GLASGOW, D, S., CM1fc .,r,.,......,.,......,.. 28 Wood Ave., Eliot, Me. GLORIOSO, S. A., FC37c .....rr..,r - GONZALEZ, A., SflC .........,.......r...... 641 East 36th St., Baltimore, Md. Box 35, Anmoore, West Va. GOODYEAR, L. H., Sflc .,..........,,....r,.... Gen. Del., Dillion, So. Car. GORDON, L. H., Stm27c .r,,.... GRAQHAM, E. L., Bkrlfc .,r,,.... - RFD 2, Box 99, Early Branch, So. Car. 1915 Hampton Rd., Rt. l Box 293 Daytona Beach, Fla. GRAY, R. L., S72c ..e..... ,r..........,........,....... B ox 664, Merom, Ind. GREEN, D. T., Sflc ....,................e.......,,..... Box 447, Purvis, Miss. GRIER, R. W., CK3fc .r..... - GRIFFIN, A., MMR37c rrrrrrrrrrrrrrr - 1426 Washington Ave., Bronx, N. Y. Box 791, Ave. D., Westwego, La GROSS, M. F., SSML27c ........................ P. O. Box 96, Alamo, Ga. GRUM, E. P., Cox .....,r..,,.... - GWIZDALE, T. J., F72c ............ HAGAN O. S 2c 604 Susquehanna St., Forest City, Pa 1038 Poland Ave., Youngstown, O. t 3 Owensboro K . , . 7 ....r................................... R . , ' . y HALVORSEN, A. N., MM37c ........,.. .869 55th St., Brooklyn, N. Y HANSEN, W. A., Fflc .,.-.,,.,....... 149 Valley Rd., Montclair, N. J HARDESTY, R. A., MM2fc .... 2509 Monroe St., Wilmington, Del HARDY, J. B., Sf1C ...... 1711 No. Long Beach Blvd., Compton, Cal HARRINGTON, R. W., S72c ............ Box 5032, Los Angeles, Calif. HARRIS, H. D., StM27c .... 3908 Confederate Blvd., Little Rock, Ark. HART. J., CBM ............ 665 So. Cochran Ave., Los Angeles, Calif- HARTLEY, R. A., MAMl7c ........ cfo Congress Hotel, Tucson, Ariz. HAUTI-I, R. A., RlVll7c ............ 418 Fairmont Ave., Trafford, Pa HECHT, William J., F72c U., ,..,,---- 3142 East 81st St., Cleveland, O HEDRICH, R. A., SXZC ---.,n,, ,-,------ 2 345 Leland Ave., Chicago, Ill HELBERLG, W. L., Sflc ,,..,,,,,,,,.,,, Rt, 1, Box 487, Cloquet, Minn I-IELGESON, H. D., F716 ........ Soldiers Grove, RFD 2, Box 33, Wis 1 0 0 . e e r T . er 34", a' '--er-za HENSLEY, R, E., Fflc ...,,............... 510 Milton Sr., Cincinnati HERRIN, C, F,, Cox ,,-,,,,,.... cfo Mrs. T. Crowson, 45 Third Guntersville, Alab: HERRMANN, E. D., RM37c ........ 14 West 34th St.,.Bayonne, 1' HICKSON, N., Sr2fc .,...,........................., PO Box 62,,Gou1ds HILTON, H. F., SF27c .,,,,....... 2324 Miami Ave., Kalamazoo, IV e HNATYSHYN, J., Bkr27c ........ 323 Delsea Drive, Westville 15 HOAGWOOD, E. C., Stl fc ................ 124 Buck St., Paulsboro, H-INKLE, O. W., Cox ........ .. ............................... 4, Lucasvill ' I HOELZER, B. A. C., MoMM17c ........ 500 West Fullerton Park I Chicago. HOLCOMB, Alfred M., CSM .......................... .. ....... Nrmmons, . HOLDEN, C. D., MoMM27c ............ 312 Second St., Ligonier, HOLDER, W. H., Cox ........ 1606 West 4th St., Owensboro, 1 HOLLIS, M., StMl7c ...,.................... 1011-19th-10th Ave., HOPPER, C. N., szfe .......,. - HOLZHEIMER, J. A., Cox ....... - HOUGTON,'B. S., BM27c ........... HRUSKA, E. A., MoMM27c HUCKEBA, C. F., Sllc ............... HOPPER, C. N., S21c ............... - HOWARD, E. M., CSF ...... HURLEY, STM17c ....... - HYMES. M. E., StM17c .................................... Clarence, Loui IMMEL, G. R., CM11c ....,.,,,,-, ' ISNER, C. H., Slfc ......,,,,,,, JACOBSEN, J., WT1fc ,,,,,,,,, 7 JAJKo, T., si fc .,.,.,..,,,,,, ' 410 East Mercer St., Seattle, --------,------------ Independence, W. -------- ., ' . , IN JAMEs. R. D., sM3fe ..,..,,,,,,,,,, I ., " , 15 JAUDON, J. S.. F176 ........... RFD No. 2, B ox 213, Fort'Pierce, JEFFRIES, R. N., WT376 ........ 315 North 3rd St., Millville, -IETT. C. T.. S1fC ..............................,. 420 Brown St.,'Union, JOCHUM. L. A.. S1fC ..................................,. Sutherland, 18 JOHNSON. E. P.. F276 .................................... RFD Wilson, ' JOHNSON, R. F., F276 .......... . , , JOHS, T. A., MMlfc .,.,...... Box 71 Blessingx T JONES. H. A., S27c -.,,,-,-,------ KAUFMAN, H., Cox ...,......,,,,- , KAUP, rl. J., SM37c .... - KEENE, J., S175 -L-------f--- - KEITH, L. C., EM3fc ..... - 46 Allers Blvd. Roosevelt ------- 113 Silver St., Hot Springs -------------P O Box No ,2 Gifford 520 North Armour St Chica o JoNEs, B. R., S27c ........ RaaEe's65i'2'iI1I-sr., Huntington, 3, W Route No 1 Box 492 Waukegan - 16-33 Baltimore Ave., Cincinnati JONES, J. F., MMl7c ........ CXO Mrs. T. Thompson, 3840 Fee . C KAMINSKI, J. M., F176 .... 2003 South 14th St. Milwaukee 4 ' 956 Detroit Axe., Lexington 701 West Main St., Coldwate ---iffRSHEe"156i"1-fisfrangh, N Birmingtam, N HoTCHKIss, R. E., MM17c EE-RFD Farrerr Road Easthaven C 3359 W 86th St Clevelan 72 Foster St Everett 46 Allers Blvd., Roosevelt, . ., ' d T N 426 Euclid Ave., Erie, Pe ----------------- Mt. Vernon, . . . , ,S W 3 Green St Fairhaven S 1437 35th St Rock Island, Blvd., Denver, Y P Y Q , 1 1 Jana. Did You Hear from Bill Beoently? KIDD, H. E., SIAC ........................ RFD 2 Main St., New Castle, Ind. KISSELBACH, R., WT2fc .... 406 Swift's Highway, Jefferson City, Mo. KILGORE, B. C., Cox ........ 707 North Jefferson St., Princeton, Ken. KIMBLE, J. B., SF37c ................ 1203 Edison Ave., Hamilton, O. KING, D. W., MOMM3fc ....... ........r..,.. R oute No. 1, Bath, N. Y. KING, J. A., Slfc .............ll .....r. R FD No. 1, Monroe, Mich. KLING, M. P., MM3,7c .... -1 ,,,..r.r........................,,,,,,, Carville, La. KNIGHT, A. J., Slfc ....,l...............,.. 1031 Norwich Ave., Southwest Grand Rapids, Mich. KNUPP, Charles E., GM3fc -- 7921 Westwood Drive, Chicago, 35, Ill. KOBEL, P., GMIXC ..,..,'.,........... 2742 Pratt St., Philadelphia, Penna. KOCH, A. J., Slfc .................... 55 North Bataan Drive, Dayton, O. KOWALSKI, J. F., Slfc .... 3047 East Mercer St., Philadelphia, Penna. KRIEGER, K. J., S3fc ..ll.........,............ .. ......... Box 224, Avoca, Iowa KRUSE, W., Jr., Slfc .,.....,.....,.......... 3405 Crane St., Detroit, Mich KUIKEN, R. A., SM3fc ................ 12-59 5th St., Fairlawn, N. J. KYLER, P. M., S2fc .....r2.,....... 339 School Place, Johnstown, Penna. LAMPERT, H. S., Cox ....,.....,..... 3239 West 90th St., Cleveland, O. LANCASTER, R. A., S27c ......................l. Route E, Evergreen, Ala. LAVIOLETTE, L. E., GM3fc -' ....... Bldg. 38, Apa. 207, Court 42B. Yellowmill Village, Bridgeport, Conn. LAWSON, J. P. Flfc .................... 3250 Superior Ave., Cleveland, O. LEDBETTER, H. W., Slfc .c,... . ......... 208 Ash Ave., Bessemer, Ala. LENCZEWSKI, L. L., Slfc ....t-.. 4447 Silverwood St., Philadelphia, Penna. LEYRER, P. W., Slfc ,v,.,.c.....rcc..c,..,c,.... .... R FD Portland, Mich. LIBUTTI, J. G., CPhM .................... 5 Tower St., Providence, R. I. LIGHTCAP, W. H., WT3fc .... 675 Edgehill Road, Ardsley, Penna. LINCOLN, Dexter E., Slfc 7301 Flower Ave., Takoma Park 12, Md. LINIDSAY, K. E., Slfc ............................ Box 1148, Oilton, Okla. LISAK, J. P., Cox ..........,..................... 257 Main St., Superior, Wis. LISIEWICZ, Stanley F., BM2fc .... 43 Granite St., Waterbury, Conn. LOCKE, V. B., SFlfc ........ 128 Ashmont St., Dorchester 24, Mass. LOVELACE, W. E., Cox ..............,....,,,,. Route No. 2, Butler, Ky. LOWE, Clyde P., RM3fc .........,...... Route No. 1, Liberty, N. Car. LOZAWO, G., S2fc .................... 605 Chestnut St., Pittsburg, Penna. LUND, Clare QM3fc .,..... ...... R FD Route No. 2, Holly, Mich. LUFFMAN, J. P., Slfc ...... .............................. C artersville, Ga. LUPER, G. B., EM3fc ........,,,,.r,..... Box 124, Harmonsburg, Penna. LUTHER, A. W., Slfc .................................................... Slidell, La. MADKINS, J. W., SF3fc .,.,.....-...... 1414 Light St., Baltimore, Md. MAHONEY, W. S., lGM2fc -- State Teachers College, Freedonia, N. Y. MAILLOUX, R. E., RM3fc ........ Sophia St., Chicopee Falls, Mass. MALOUTA, George, Cox -- 7015 Groton St., Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. MALOY, J. F., Slfc ,,...,,... - ,....,,...... 524 S. Sandusky St., Tiffin, O. MANNING, K. H., CM2fc ...,.......,........ 27 Bridge St., Salem, Mass. MANNON, Earl O., S276 ..,.,.......,,-.,.........,.-------.,--- Proctorville, O MANOUSCS, S. J., SClfc .................... 71 Bowers St., Lowell, M333 MANTEL, R. B., MM2fC ..,. 1242 North 12th St., Milwaukee, Wis MARCINKO, J., Slfc ....................... Q .... 120 Logan St., Mingo, O MARTENS. G. P.. sm ......... . ..lll.........lc,.c....,., Rapid River, Mich MARTIN, F. J., WT37C ................ 66 Juniper St., Lawrence, Mass MARTIN, W. B., Slfc ,..... 37 F Crawford Village Ext., McKeesport I Penna. MARTIN, R. T., CM1fc .... 2632 Kingston Road, Cleveland Hts., O MASI, C. L., S276 ........................ 115 Carolina St., Buffalo, N. Y MATERA, L. J., S27c ............ 932 Mechanic St., Camden, N. J MATTHEWS, J. L., S2fc -- 5812 Greenway Rd., Newport News, Va. MAXWELL, I. V., EM2fc .... 2444 Marion Ave., N. Y. City, N. Y. MAYNARD, L., COX ................ 728 3rd Ave., Huntington, W. Va MC ALLISTER, T. A., Slfc ........ 1287 Glenn Ave., Columbus, O. MC BRIDE, R. J., Y2fc .... 415 Mac Dade Blvd., Collindale, Penna. MC CALISTER, R., Cox .,.....,.,.,...,,...........................--,,,, Cobb, Ky. MC CALL, Jeff E., CGM ................ 269 Locust St., Fall River, Mass. MC CANN, F. M., Slfc ..... ......,. 2 288 Gayle Drive, Route No. 2, Columbus, O. MC CARTHY, E. J., Cox .....,.. 48 South Walker St., Lowell, Mass. MC COMBS, H. M., PhM2fc .... 1107 Charles St., Kannapolis, N. C. MC CLOSKY, T. F., Bkr3fc .... 10 Hampden Road, Monson, Mass. MC CRACKIN, O. C., Slfc ..............., 921 Melba St., Dallas, Texas MC CAUL, R. T., GM3fc ............ 136 High Rock St., Lynn, Mass. MC DERMOTT, J. A., Slfc .... 33 Rochambeau Ave., Dobbs Sflqfv, . MC DOLE, A. F., S2fc ......................... .. ...... Obetz St., Columbus, O. MC iDOWELL, M. L., ST3fc ........ 2412 King St., Pine Bluff, Ark. MC FADDEN, H. W., CMM ......................,............. Rock Port, Ill. MC GIRT, A. K., BM2fc .....................,.................. Rowland, N. C. MC GLONE, E. F., SSML3fc .................................... Grayson, Ky. MCGUIRE, M. J., Rdm3fc .... 222 South Jefferson St., Junction City, Kans. MC HUGH, J. E., Slfc -- 1469 Longfellow Ave., Bronx, N. Y., N. Y. MC KIMMY, J. O., EM3fc ..... 409 North West St., Princeton, Ind. MC KENZIE, G. E., S2fc .,...1.............. RFD No. 1, Lake City, S. C. MC NALLY, J. M., MoMM3fc a. 55 South Whiple St., Lowell, Mass. MC NEELY, W. V., QM3fc .... 2529 North Opal St., Phila., Penna. MC PHERSON, K. M., S2fc ........ 850 Maple Ave., Grafton, W. Va. MEACHAM, C., S2fc ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,..., Route No. 7, Hokpinsville, Ky. MEBANE, C. W., StMlfc .,,.....,... 639 Wash. Ave., BrOOklY11, N. Y- MELANCON, F. R., MoMM27c -- 81 Independent St., New Becilxflord, - ass. MELHUS, R. C., F2fc 1321 South 57th St., WestAllis, Wis. MELLEN, J, J,, Szfc ,,,,,,,,, 1, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 166 Brown Place, Bronx, N. Y. MELTON, A. G., SClfc ................. Route No. 2, Vass. N- C. 101 , 1 When Are You Going Io Answer My Letter? MERRILL, M, Q, MgM2fc ,M--,,,,,e.,-.-..--- Gen. Del., Seattle, Wash. MERRINS, James D., F2fc .... 17 Cameron St., Elmont, L. I., N. Y. MEYER, Robert W., S2fc ,,,......... 217 East 3rd St., Sanford, Fla. 0309 Madison St., Madison, Ind. 319 South 2nd St., Duquesne, Penna. 102 Faith St., Charlotte, N. C. 517 Power St., Johnstown, Penna. 222 East Front St., Plainfield, N. Y. Route No. 4, Lovette Road, Baton Rouge, La. Stony Point, N. C. MILES, R. w., S1 fc .............. - MIRLos. E. A., safe ............ MILLER, J. M., COX ..... ............... MILLER, C. v., sm ........... - MILLER, C. E., sm ........... - MILLER, T. w., sm ........... - MILLER, W. L., S2fc .......... . ....... .. ................... -- MILLS, I-I, W., Ylfc --------.,L,,.I,..,...,.......-.,....... .. ..... Vinalhaven, Me. MITCHELL, P. D., MM3fc .L...... 3877 Pauger St., New Orleans, La. MIZER, C. L., S2,fc 1800 Federal Ave., West Los Angeles, 25, Calif MOBLEY, C. E., MoMM3fc ................ Hughes St., Piedmont, Ala. MODLIN, J. A., S2fc ,.,,.,L,LLLL,,LL.,.,........................ Pinetown, N. C. MOHLER, M. F., Flfc ............ Box 57, Main St., White Cottage, O. MONEY, Thomas W., SF2fc .L.. Route No. 1, North Vernon, Ind, MONTGOMERY, Chas. R., S27c .... 3902 Leffingwell St., Houston. Texas MOORE, C. G., Slfc LLL,LLL, .LL.. 1 409 Oakwood Ave, Columbus, O. MOORE, J. A., S2,fc ...., ,.................. R oute No. 7, Dublin, Texas MOORE, J. H., Flfc .................I.. 300 Farley St., Spartanburg, S. C. MORAN, Chas. A., F2,fc .LL....,.,,.L,,. 207 Monroe Ave., Pierre, S. D. MORGAN, J. A., S2fc ........ Route No. 3, Box 494, Bakersfield, Calif. MORGAN, W. L., Slfc .,.L., Yanceyville N Star Route, Box 36, N. C. MORIN. E. J., Slfc .... .. ...... . .....L.L..L,.L,L.LL..... 43 High St., Sanford, Me. MORRIS, G. R., MM3fc ........ 314 Lille Ave., San Leandro, Calif. MORRIS, W. H., Flfc .... 411 North Cleveland Axe., Sherman, Texas MORTENSON, Clark, Slfc -- 385 South lst St., East Ephraim, Utah MOSCA, B. A., MM37c .................... 203 Parker St., Newark, N. J. MORSE. M. E., S2fC .................... 139 White St., Danbury, Conn. MOSS. Albert, MoMM2fc ....... . .... 919 Beaver St., Bristol, Penna. MCTTER. W. A., S176 ................................ Clarington, Penna. MOTYL. W. W., COX ............ 68 Waite Ave., Chicopee Falls, Mass. MOUTON. E. J., Slff ............ 1221 14th St., Port Arthur, Texas MOXIN, L. R., Flfc .... Loman Star Route, International Falls, Minn. MOXLEY, R. N., Flfc L..,..L, 18 Ridgewood Ave., Massena, N. Y. MOY. J. E. S276 ..................... 536 Harvard St., Houston, Texas MUELLER, R. H., MM2fc .,,,.LL,-..........,,,,-,,,---,, Gra1n Valley, MO, MUHS. H. A., F176 ............ 5334 Constance St., New Orleans, La, MURPHY, J. B., Phm3fc -- 415 Adams '55 Henry Sts., Delaware City, D l. MURPHY, T. E., MOMM2fc LL.. 15 Lusk St., Johnson City, N. Y. MYERS. R- L-. SVC -..--. .. -V----................... BOX 124, State Center, Ia. MYRTUE, C. A., Slfc .... 542 North Merida Ave., L. A., 22, Calif. NEEL. 0- Wx. JF-. S170 a ..... . ............. Route No. 2, Jonesboro, Texas NELSON, E. F. A., Mlfc ........ 1322 Luonne St: Fullerton, Calif. NEWTON, D. E., S2fc ...,...,............ Box 154, Jacksonville, Texas NORMANDIN, E. W., Jr., BM2fc .... 96'Pomona Ave., Providence 1 R. I. NORR, J. D., Slfc ................................ Box 36, Deweyville, Utah NOVAK, E. R., ETM1fc .... 5040 North Meade Ave., Chicago, Ill, NOVELLO, S. L., MM3fc .... 1435 South 15th St., Phila., Penna. O'BIER, R. A., S2fc .....,...,.,.,.,.... 517 South 3rd St., Waco, Texas O'BRYAN, S. P., Jr., QM2fc ....................,,,, Box 32, Sheldon, S. C. O'CONNOR, P. F., BM2fc .... 1120 Progress St., Pittsburgh, Penna. OHLMANN, L. W., Cox ................ South lst St., Chillicothe, Ill. OPPENHEIMER, J. J., Phm2fc -- 497 Linden Blvd., Brooklyn, N. Y. ORDWAY, A. S., CBM ........,,,, 43 West Main St., Canisted, N. Y. OWEN, J. M., MOMM2fc .... 129 Ethel St., Johnson City, N. Y, OWENS, R. G., S2fc ................ 1237 Trumbull St., Detroit, Mich. OXLEY, W. H. G., GM3fc .... 318 Browning Lane, Bellmawr, N. J. PAGE, F. L., F2fc ........ 516 Cherry St., North East Massillon, O. PALMER, F. T., Slfc' ................ 65 Elm St., South Portland, Me. PARKINSON, D. R., CM3fc ........ 253 Fifth Ave., Baltic, Conn.. PARRISH, H. L., RM3fc -- Route No. 5, Box 254, Greensboro, N. C. PARTAIN, H. A., S2,fc ............ 708 West Poplar St., Harrisburg, Ill. PASCH, R. M., Slfc ........................ Route No. 2, Rosebush, Mich. PASTICK, G. B., HA2fc .... 3736 North Hermitage St., Chicago, Ill. PATTERSON, H. F., Flfc .... 486 Front Ave. S. E., New Phila., O. PATTERSON, J. L., Slfc ........ 939 North B St., Muskogee, Okla. PATTERSON, J. F., RDM3fc .... 939 North B St., Muskogee, Okla. PATTERSON, K. E., Slfc .... 2145 North Parker Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. PATTERSON, Clyde, Cox, -- Rt. No. 2, Box 182, Panama City, Fla. PAYNE, C. E., MM3fc .... 741 South 27th Place, Birmingham, Ala. PAYTON, H. F., CSK ........ Box 203, RFD No. 1, Portsmouth,iO. PEARCE, D. L., S2fc I,........,.........., , .........,............ JArgonia, Kans. PECK, L. G., S2fc ............. .................,...... M atfield Green, Kans. PEDRO, H. G., Phm3fc ................ 80 Columbia St., Fall River, Mass. PELLERIN, P. H., Cox ......... 149 Margin St., Lawrence, Mass PEPPERS, B. E., S2fc ......... Q ...........L.................. Albertville, Ala. PERRELL, B. L., F27c ............ 6479 Auburn St., Detroit, Mich. PETTUS, T. A.,-EM3fc .... 418 South Cherokee St., Taylorville, Ill. PINKUS, Bernard, Slfc .... 1803 South Lawndale Ave., Chicago, Ill. PITNEY, W. A., Jr., S2fc ........ 32474 Lake Road, Avon Lake, O. PITTS. W. G., S2fc ............................................... .Ashdawn, Ark. PLASTER, C. W., S2fc ..............., Box 134, St. Croix Falls, Wis. POHL, W. G., S2fc .............. -- 4670 A Tennessee St., St. Louis, Mo. PRITCHETT, J. R., CK .... 105 Frankfort Ave., Ronceverte, W. Va. PYKONEN, R. J., MOMM2fc .... 7524 Lamphere St., Detroit, Mich. QUINDLEY, D. S., SC1fc ............ 52 School St., Middleboro, Mass. REED, J. L., Slfc ................ Itasca Station Box 89, Superior, Wis. Donut Forgot to Write! REKASI, L. F., SF3fc ........ 176 South Morrell St., Detroit, 9, Mich. RIDGWAY, J. D., SK3fc ........................ Box 116, Royston, Ga. RIES, R. H., SM1fc .... 1763 Merchantville Ave, Merchantville, N. J. ROBERTSON, L. D., Slfc .... 868 East l63rd St., Bronx, 59, N. Y. RODABAUGH, Lorenzo, MOMM3fc -- 1012 East 6th St., Pittsburg, Kans. RONE, J. H., CK3fc .... Box 7, Route No. 1, Prospect Hill, N. C. ROSS. William, STM17c .................... 23.10 South St., Chicago, Ill. ROWE, J. J., Slfc .... 1144 Jefferson Ave., Huntington, W. Va. RUPE, S. P., Slfc .................... 1104 Myrtle St., Kingsport, Tenn. SALEY, T., Slfc ........................ 1187 Kline Place, Rahway, N. J. SALVONIK, F., CMlfc ............ 1002 Lincoln Ave., Steubenville, O., SAVAGE, J. E., CCS ......,................. 126 Eastern Ave., Lynn, Mass. SCHATZ, R. J., S2fc ........ CXO Fenwick Club, Commercial Square, Cincinnati, O. SCHENKEL, W. P., MoMM2fc -- 4515 Clearview Ave., Cincinnati, O. SCI-IMIDT, E. E., MoMM3fc ............ 210 Adams St., Ionia, Mich. SCHMIDT, R. C., S2fc ........ 6407 Avalon Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. SCHROEDER, C. G., F2fc .....,...... 3911 Bush Ave., Cleveland, O. SCHULER, Marcus J., Slfc .........t...... Route No. 1, Memphis, Ind. SCHULTE, A. L., RT2fc ,....... 7431 Marbrisa Ave., Huntington l i Park, Calif. SCHUTT, M., FC1fc ..................,..... 531 Main St., Riverton, N. J. SCOTT, E. V., PhM27c ........ 630 West Lincoln Blvd., Freeport, Ill. SHELTERS, C. W., MM2fc -- 520 East lDutton St., Kalamazoo, Mich. SHIRLEY, J. H., EM3fc .................................... Honea Path, S. C. SHUMATE, G. C., Slfc ........................................ Hanes, N. C. SIDEL, J. W., Slfc ................ 1031 Sycamore Lane, Sandusky, O. SIMMONS, H. W., Slfc ......,......... ., ................... Masontown, W. Va. SIMS, S. E., CM2fc ................ 2917 Weikel St., Philadelphia, Penna. SMITH, C. D., BM2fc ..... o L- 415 West Cherry St., Cherokee, Iowa SMITH, F. P., S2fc ....................... .. 242 Vance St., Concord, N. C. SMITH, J. T., MoMM2fc ............ 142 Plain St., Providence, R. I. SMITH, W. R., SSMB3fc ............ 5 Juliard St., Bainbridge, N. Y. SMOLLIN, Bryan J., RM3fc ........ 30 14th St., Watervliet, N. Y. SNIDER, A. G., Slfc ........ Route No. 1, Box'41, Atmore, Ala. SOMMERVILLE, R. S., CMM .... 311 West, 2nd Ave., Flint, 4, Mich. SPAULDING, D. R., F27c .... 12 Gorham St., Canandaigua, N. Y. SPELBRING, W. W., EM3fc .......... 25582 West Hedgewood Ave., Westlake, O. SPIRITAS, Martin, Slfc ......,......... 1301 Sanger St., Dallas, Texas SPRINGSTEAD, F. W., SK37c .... 123 North Ave., Brooksville, Fla. STAMATION, S., SCl7c .... , 12608 Grannis Road, Garfield Hts., O. STARZEC, C. W., PhM3fc ........ 58 East Main St., Webster, Mass. STANUK, A., S2fc ................ 2144M North 13th St., Toledo, O, STEPHENSGN, S. E., SIXC ..........,.,,,,,,,,---- Box-104, Dover, Pla, STEWART, B. P., SF2fc .........,.. Route No. 1, Chappells, S. C. STEWART, S. B., Cox ........ Route No. 2, Box 817, Pensacola, Fla. STONE-, C. E., COX ............ 3854 Rhodes Ave., New Boston, O. STRAIN, C. H., StM2fc ........ 1100 North Wash. Ave., Bryan, Texas TAKA-HT, R., GIVI3fc ............ 622 Walnut St., McKeesport, Penna. TEBBE, B. E., WT3fc ........ RFD No. 4, Box 152, Red Wing, Minn. TEEPLE, W. L., QMZXC' .....................,.................. Mikado, Mich. THOMAS, Chas. A., CKIXC ............ 1931 Olive St., El Paso, Texas TOBIN, U. L., SK2fc ........................ Utica St., Sellersburg, Ind. TORCOLETTI, A., GM3fc ............ 52 Elm St., Albany, N. Y. TURNER, J. W., CPI-IM .......... 211 Battle St., Rockymount, N. C. TUTHILL, H. H., SF2fc ..............,. 168 Second St., Keyport, N. J. VANDENBERG, J. L., MoMM2fc ........ 2101 Willow Beach St., - Keego Harbor, Mich. WALLER, L., SM3fc .... 2200 North Salford St., Philadelphia, Penna. WARD, J., ST3fc ........ RFD No. 1, Box 136, Laneyville, Texas WAND, W. W., CK27c -,-- .... RFD No. 4, Box 109, Gonzales, Texas WASHINGTON, S. L., CK3fc .... 2566 Gervias St., Columbia, S. C. WATSON, J. T., CMM ................ 18 Railroad St., Quitman, Ga. WATTERSON, S. 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