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Letter from Claude Smith published in the Morton Enterprise June 28, 1918

Claude Smith Hampton Roads, VA Dear Sister, Well, I guess it’s about time to answer your welcome letter I received some time ago. I thought I would tell you about the trip down here. Some change from the… Read More

Letters From Our Soldier Boys on Land and Sea published in the Morton Enterprise August 8, 1918

Letters from Albert Lussenhop, Harry M. Donlon and Charles Jones Letter From Albert Lussenhop Somewhere in England, July 12, 1918 Dear sister Bertha: I am over in England now. Cannot tell you where I am at, as I… Read More

Worth Knowing published in the Morton Enterprise on June 7, 1918

Worth Knowing An army corps is 60,000 men. An infantry dicvision is 10,000 men. An infantry brigade is 7,000 men. A regiment of infantry is 3,600 men. A battalion is 1,000 men. A company is 250 men. A… Read More