Memories of Camp Cody Weblog

January 18, 2010

More Draft Men Coming to Camp Cody – June 28, 1918

Filed under: Camp Cody Deming — Michael Kromeke @ 12:32 pm

Deming Headlight Newspaper Reported:  Between now and the first of July about 6,000 more draft men will have reached Camp Cody and will have been placed in the casual camp for treatment. Close to 4,000 had arrived up till last night and they impress those officers who will have charged of them most favorably. Out of all that number there was not a single man who wasn’t able to carry his liquor properly, there were only two flasks found on the lot of them, two guns and a icepick.

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