Short Messages Fort Dodge Messenger Chronicle
MIHLY YOUNG CODY SCHROEDER GUENTHER TOMS MILLER MORRIS SNIVELY DENTON NEWTON HICKS BENOIT
Posted By: Angela C Buchhop (email)
Date: 11/18/2007 at 17:52:44
Published Friday, September 27, 1918. Fort Dodge Messenger Chronicle, page 7.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul MIHLEY, a daughter.
Mrs. Marshall YOUNG is confined to her home by illness.
Joe CODY of Camp Dodge is spending a furlough in Fort Dodge.
Mrs. Ernest SCHROEDER underwent an operation at Mercy hospital this morning.
Cyril GUENTHER and Wayne TOMS left today for Storm Lake, where they will attend Buena Vista college.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. MILLER of Zearing, Iowa, were Thursday and Friday visitors with relatives in the city.
Mrs. Ella MORRIS of Carson, Ia., has arrived in this city for a visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. T. SNIVELY.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. DENTON of Muskogae, Okla., are expected in the city tomorrow for a vist at the Dr. W. B. NEWTON home.
Mr. and Mrs. Early HICKS have returned from Des Mines. They went to Yetter and from there motored to Des Moines and back with mr. and Mrs. Val BENOIT.
Giants are not wanted in the navy. An order received by the local exemption board places a ban on men over six feet tall for that division of the nation's fighting force. It also provides that drafted men shall be inducted into the navy and marines. Volunteers for lighter service will be accepted when calls are issued. Only men more than six feet tall are safe from the induction into the navy. The objection to the six footer is supposed to be due largely to the sleeping accommodations of the war vessels which have bunks that do not provide for giants. Calls for the navy are expected late in Spetember or early in October.
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