Brewster County Sends 18 To Army At Camp Cody
Alpine, Texas – Brewster county has sent 18 young men to Camp Cody. They went with the Crockett, Upton and Pecos county contingent for Camp Cody.
Alpine citizens turned out in large numbers to bid goodbye to the local boys. Those going from Brewster were: John Reininger, William Shackelford, William Martin, Willie Lemons, Carl Steadham, Andrew Bristo, Henry Horn, Richard Derriek, Jimmie C. Wade, Ed Schnaubert, Hoolyoon McSpadden, Joe White, Van D. Hargus, Morris Metosky, Celestine Carrasco, Pink Phelps and Clifford Hord, Graham McDonnell, who has been living in Arizona, asked to be allowed to go with this contingent and met them at Deming. – El Paso Herald Newspaper – Tuesday, June 4, 1918
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Ammunition Train From Iowa Reaches Camp Cody
Soldiers of the ammunition train of the Iowa brigade arrived here in a special train late Thursday night. Other Iowa organizations are expected. – El Paso Herald Newspaper – Friday, September 28, 1917