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HEADQUARTERS, 33D BATTALION, Phillipsburg.

Major:
  Ralph W. Pope.
Captain and Supply Officer:
  Giles I. Crampton.
Captain and Surgeon:
  Harrison Johnson.

No activities reported.

COMPANY "A," 33D BATTALION, Kirwin.

Captain:
  David C. Butler.

First Lieutenant:
  Frantz P. John.

Second Lieutenant:
  U. S. Grant Willis.

First Sergeant:
  Townsend, Charles O.

Second Sergeant:
  Swim, Frank E.

Corporals:
  Barber, Charles P.
  Coyswell, A. K.
  Ewing, Homer.
  Ewing, Roy.
  Hainline, E.
  John, H. L.
  Johnson, J. P.
  Moritz, M.
  Nichols, L. P.
  Porter, Ira E.
  Stagg, Ralph.
  Stockman, H.
  Townsend, Frank.
  Trull, E. C.
  Willis, Bob.

Privates:
  Atchison, Gill.
  Atchison, Thomas J.
  Bairghman, Lloyd.
  Bartlett, John.
  Berthoff, Joe.
  Boyce, J. E.
  Butler, Charlie E.
  Butler, Frank.
  Byers, Floyd.
  Camp, Carl.

Privates-Continued.
  Campbell, A. M.
  Campbell, H. A.
  Campbell, L. 1'.
  Chanca, Charles.
  Chvojka, Joe.
  Clay, Elbert.
  Cloggett, Steve.
  Cloggett, W. T.
  Cox, Bert.
  Cox, Stanley.
  Cushman, M.
  Dick, A. W.
  Dillon, A. B.
  Dovill, Ben F.
  East, David J.
  East, Samuel.
  Edwards, George D.
  Edwards, Walter C.
  Elliott, Forest.
  Fisher, Arthur L.
  Fisk, Alfred G.
  Fisk, Earl W.
  Fisk, Fred.
  Fuller, Earl.
  Garrett, John.
  Gray, James F.
  Gray, John M.
  Gray, Will F. H.
  Hally, Roy.
  Hoag, Willis M.
  Huffman, Rupert.
  Inman, Roy.
  Johnson Richard 11.
  Johnson: Robert H.
  Kelly, Joel W.
  Kelmer, William M.
  Kincaid, J. A.
  King, Harry H.
  Klowles, Leslie.
  Koons, Sherman.
  Lana, Ed.
  Landes, Harry P.
  Landes, Joseph J.
  Lemon, Chase M.
Privates-Concluded.
  Lemon, James W.
  Lemon, Lee W.
  Lindsay, Clarence A.
  Logan, Gorden.
  Marples, John.
  Mason, Clarence.
  McFadden, Alfred.
  McFadden, James E.
  McQueen, Orville.
  Nedron, Melvin.
  Oelke, Will.
  Palmer, George T.
  Palmer, Will E.
  Parsons, Will.
  Perkins, Irwin.
  Perkins, Karl T.
  Perkins, Roy W.
  Reynolds, Ed.
  Riley, Ray B.
  Ronau, James.
  Schiller, Frank W.
  Scholonsky, George.
  Scott, Fred L.
  Scott, James E.
  Simon, George.
  Smith, Charles R.
  Smith, D. W.
  Smith, M. S.
  Smith, Owen.
  Smith, Thomas B.
  Sorchet, Dwight.
  Stagg, Art.
  Stanley, Roy.
  Stuckman, Harry W.
  Stuckman, Ted F.
  Thomas, Sam.
  Thompson, James C.
  Townsend, Guy A.
  Townsend Wynn M.
  Tyler, J. M.
  Whitehead, Alvin.
  Willis, Paul T.
  Wills, Tommie.
LOSSES.
Corporal:
  Johnson, Harrison H.,
    discharged.

No activities reported.

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COMPANY "B," 33D BATTALION, Agra.

Captain:
  Fred Underwood.

First Lieutenant:
  Geer Heath Reid.

Second Lieutenant:
  Robert W. McLeod.

Sergeants:
  Bailey, Martin A.
  Crampton, Giles I.
  Halbert, William C.
  Munyon, Grover C.
  Wheelbarger, Elvin F.
  Whitney, Carl A.

Corporals:
  Eversoll, Moses O.
  Gilliland. Clyde E.
  Haugh, Cecil G.
  McCord, William H.
  Roath, Charles W.
  Sargent, Ray.
  Schrock, Clarence O.

Cooks:
  DuMars, Charles C.
  Faubion, Glen H.

Musician:
  Clark, Lester L.

Artificer:
  Gilliland, Arthur P.

Privates:
  Addle, William.
  Atchison, Samuel C.
  Bailey, Curtis L.
  Baker, Albert R.
  Beedy, Floyd W.
  Bethman, William.
  Bierman, Albert.
  Bigelow, Walter.
  Brooks, Lonnie G.
  Capps, Walter H.
  Carroll, Harvey L.
  Case, Robert Glen.
  Crown, Joseph E.
  Crown, Noah W.
  Dixon, Charles F.
  Dubois, William C.
  Eversoll, Earl.
  Furlong, S. T.
  Gowarm, Charles A.
  Halbert, Lotus R.
  Halbrook, Clarence W.
  Hall. Frank.

Privates-Concluded.
  Hensen, Carl.
  Haugh, Arthur R.
  Haugh Elsworth N.
  Haves, Archie Y.
  Jirs, Albert H.
  Jirs, George R.
  King, Cecil A.
  Munyon, Amos.
  Munyon, Joseph.
  Musick, Joseph.
  Owens, James C.
  Peterson, Charles.
  Redfield, G. A.
  Sargent, Hazen A.
  Smedley, Charles A.
  Smith, Charles E.
  Smith, Francis J.
  Smith, Jasper C.
  Smith, Robert.
  Smith, William E.
  Thompson, Marion M.
  Underwood, Edward L.
  Underwood, Harry M.
  White, Ernest A.
  Whitney, Wilbur C.
  Whitham, William J.
  Whitman, Jacob S.
  Womer, Leonard E.
LOSSES.
First Lieutenant:
  DeForest M. Bradley,
    resigned.

Second Lieutenant:
  J. Theodore Dubois,
    resigned.

Sergeants:
  Halbert, Clair,
    discharged.
  Heaton, William M.,
    discharged.

Corporals:
  Farley, Walter L.,
    discharged.
  Gilliland, Arthur Lee,
    discharged.
  Irus, H. Carle,
    discharged.
  Reid, Charley A.,
    discharged.

Musician:
  Couch, Arthur B.,
    died.

Privates:
  Gerritt, D. Hollander,
    discharged
  Gilliland, Mulford A.,
    discharged.
  Hopkins, Marion L.,
    discharged.
  Moore, Frank S.,
    discharged.
  Portermeir, Oscar E.,
    discharged.
  Post, Jacob A., discharged.
  Wilson, James W.,
    discharged.
  Wilson, Jesse A.,
    discharged.

No activities reported.

COMPANY "C," 33D BATTALION, Logan.

Captain:
  George S. Francis.

First Lieutenant:
  William W. Chestnutt.

Second Lieutenant:
  Lewis W. Slinker.

First Sergeant:
  Clark, Wesley F.

Quartermaster Sergeant:
  Noone, D. L.

Sergeants:
  Meyer, John Boyd.
  Norrish, Henry W.
  Pauley, Nicholas L.
  Septer, Dean D.

Corporals:
  Albright, Samuel B.
  Chapman, Thomas A.
  Meyer, Max E.
  Morton, Algernon R.
  O'Connell, Neil.
  Schooler, John A.

Cooks:
  Wilson, Earl.
  Wilson, Roy Alvin.

Musicians:
  Clark, Ward O.
  Graham, George.

Artificer:
  Lively, George E.

Privates:
  Albright, Fredrick C.
  Albright, Samuel C.
  Alsdorf, Edwin.
  Alsdorf, Otto.
  Apel, Henery N.
  Becker, Lawrence.
  Becker William M.
  Boethin, Carl M.
  Boyd, Frank.
  Brady, Joe.
  Brasted, Charles P.
  Brimlow, Morgan L.
  Brunson, William.
  Chapman, Mark E.
  Chrane, Charles.
  Clark, Arthur.
  Clark, Floyd.
  Clark, Harry.
  Danewood, Ora.
  Davis, Thomas G.
  Dugan, Lucius H.
  Emeric, Clair F.
  Evans, Allie E.
  Fitzhugh, Hiram.
  Fox, Lesley G.
  Francis, Alfred V.
  Gates, Harry.
  Graham, Edward W.
  Griffin, Asa R.
  Hein, Herbert W.
  Henry, Grant S.
  Henry, Jesse H.
  Highley, James R.
  Highley, Milton R.
  Holmes, Oliver W.
  Jakubowski, Louis.
  Kemp, Frank.
  Lappin, John C.
  Lappin, Robinson O.
  Lawson, Eudard L.
  Leonhardt, George L.
  Lesperance, Armond P.
  Lively, John H.
Privates-Concluded.
  Loveland, Paul G.
  Marvin, Frank L.
  May, Lawrence E.
  Meyer, Fred A.
  Meyer, Victor H.
  Meyer, William G.
  Mitchell, Vincent.
  Morford, Myron F.
  Mosher, Ralph.
  Muir, Robert E.
  McMahon, Charles B.
  McMurphy, John C.
  Noel, Fred W.
  O'Connell, Chester E.
  O'Connell, Ivan.
  O'Connell, John M.
  Palmer, William E.
  Paromore, Warren G.
  Parr, Lewis W.
  Patton, George.
  Peak, Ernest F.
  Pfannkuch, Carl.
  Pfannkuch, Fred G.
  Phillips, Lon.
  Richard, Harry L.
  Rodabaugh, Will.
  Rogers, Oscar R.
  Rundle William M.
  Rundle: Richard.
  Selbe, Cecil B.
  Selbe, Edward H.
  Shearer, Harry.
  Snider, William Wesley.
  Strickler, George L.
  Sukr, Lester.
  Teeple, Edgar M.
  Tishenor, Anson.
  Troup, Abram.
  Troup, Francis C.
  Wills, Leonard K.
  Wilson, Fred C.
  Wiltrout, Edgar I.
LOSSES.
Captain:
  Abraham, Tracy, resigned.

First Sergeant:
  Clark, Henry T.,
    discharged.

Sergeant:
  Noel, Jake P., discharged.

Corporal:
  Noel, Robert P.,
    discharged.

Cook:
  Archer, Luther T., died.

Privates:
  Baird, James W.,
    discharged.
  Brunson, Clarence C.,
    discharged.
  Campbell, Carl Thomas,
    discharged.
  Elliot Leo B., discharged.
  Francis Allen V.,
    discharged.
  Francis, John E.,
    discharged.

Privates-Concluded.
  Francis, Ralph, died.
  Harper, F. J., discharged.
  King, Hugh M.,
    discharged.
  McDonald, Glenn,
    discharged.
  O'Chonnell, Dan G.,
    discharged.
  Owens, Othe C.,
    discharged.
  Snyder, Charles H.,
    discharged.
  Wiley, Abner, discharged.

ACTIVITIES.

Company C was not called upon to perform any active duty. The organization drilled twice a week and participated in a competitive drill.

COMPANY "D," 33D BATTALION, Phillipsburg.

Captain:
  Samuel Lee Bracken.

First Lieutenant:
  Moody S. Couch.

Second Lieutenant:
  Herman L. Miller.

Commissory Sergeant:
  Atkinson, John T.

Sergeants:
  Foerst, Robert J.
  Hoover, Edward.
  Hurt, Herbert E.
  McDowell, Roy E.
  McKay, Frank.
  McKenzie, Jacob O.
  Whitten, Ira A.

Corporals:
  Abbott, Leonard O.
  Boyd, Francis W.
  Churchill, William L.
  Cole, Everett E.
  Kelly, Fred W.
  Laughtery, Dave.
  Smith, Karl.
  Stoneman, Harry C.

Musicians:
  Bridgegroom, Howard D.
  Hoyt, Frank V.

Artificer:
  Lawler, Joseph C.

Privates:
  Adee, Glen.
  Ayres, James W.
  Blue, Andrew B.
  Bradley, Harvey E.
  Charvat, John.
  Clearwater, Charles O.
  Coffin, William J.
  Cole, Earl E.
  Covert, Floyd M.
  Cutshaw, Earl J.
  Drake, Harry M.
  Drake, John W.
  Edwards, Bert W.
  Edwards, James W.
  Ellis, Ross A.
  Ewing, George E.
  Faubion, Wilbur L.
  Getz, Harmen.
  Greenstreet, Emmett.
  Gundle, Henry.
  Gundle, John.
  Haggard, David D.
  Hahn, Charles E.
  Hahn, Clarence C.
  Hahn, Dee F.
  Hahn, Otto F.
  Hebrew, Marshall E.
  Heikes Levi L.
  Hite, Garland.
  Hoover, Russell.
  Hopson, Dan.
  Howard, Joseph M.
  Imm, Alfred G.
  Jacobs, Francis.
  Jacobs, Roy J.
  Jones, Arthur.
  Lamphere, Seth C.
  Mayhew, Hobart.
Privates-Concluded.
  Mercer, Otto L.
  Michelsen, Albert E.
  Michelsen, Roy E.
  Miller, Guy.
  Morton, Frank B.
  McDowell, Irwin C.
  McKnown, Harley.
  Nay, Carl F.
  Nay, John F.
  Patterson, Virgil W.
  Patterson, Walter O.
  Pembridge, George D.
  Pembridge, William E.
  Poling, William E.
  Rivers, Claude E.
  Roach, Wilbur W.
  Robb, David A., Jr.
  Selbe, Dow L.
  Selbe, John C.
  Shoemaker, Charles L.
  Simpson, Robert R.
  Slick, Roy M.
  Smith, Perry.
  Stephensen, Earl L.
  Strong, Adolph V.
  Strong, Leland O.
  Van Winkle, Arthur J.
  Wallace, O. K.
  Weston, Fred W.
  Whelan, Leroy A.
  Whitney, P. D.
  Williamson, Arthur E.
  Word, Samuel S.
  Yowell, Lee F.
LOSSES.
First Sergeant:
  Cummings, Sylvester O.,
    died.
Privates:
  Brinson, Clarence C.,
    resigned.
  Campbell, Carl T.,
    resigned.
Privates-Concluded.
  Clark, Henry T.,
    resigned.
  Tackwell, Jake W.,
    died.

ACTIVITIES.

Company D assisted in the various Liberty loan and Red Cross campaigns, also in Decoration Day services, and worked to strengthen the spirit of patriotism and loyalty in this community.

Transcribed from History and Roster of the Kansas State Guard, August 6, 1917, to November 11, 1919, printed by Kansas State Printing Plant, B. P. Walker, State Printer, Topeka. 1925. 10-4436 Kansas State Guard footer


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