The Camp Cody minstrels’ fame has spread all over the state. Santa Fe, Las Vegas and Albuquerque have asked for them and offer to guarantee expenses. They are to go to Albuquerque for Saturday, May 11, and Sunday, May 12. They will probably go to Santa Fe and Las Vegas later. – El Paso Herald Newspaper – Saturday, May 4, 1918
Captain H. C. Geiger Advanced
Captain H. C. Geiger, of company E, 109th ammunition train, is now Major Geiger. His promotion just arrived a few days ago. – El Paso Herald Newspaper – Saturday, May 4, 1918
Major H. M. Nelly, division adjutant of the 34th division, announced today that the Camp Cody minstrels, Jack Yellen, leader, would appear in the Texas Grand theater, in El Paso, in four performances, on April 27 and 28. Mr. Yellen has been in El Paso making arrangements. – El Paso Herald Newspaper – Saturday, April 20, 1918
Camp Cody, at Deming, continues to hold the best health record of the week of all camps, says the official bulletin from Washington. The admission sick rate is given as only nine per 1000 and of noneffectives at 18.2 per 1000, while no death occurred during the week. – El Paso Herald Newspaper – Monday, July 29, 1918
Athletic Meet to Be Staged at Camp Cody on Saturday Next
Due to the fact that Deming and Camp Cody were experiencing one of the dust storms for which they are famous, the athletic field meet, which was to have been held Saturday afternoon at the Stadium, had to be postponed. It was announced by Captain H. L. S. Ferguson that the meet will be held next Saturday afternoon, weather permitting.- El Paso Herald Newspaper – Monday, May 27, 1918
I replace the pictures of Camp Cody in the “NEW” area of my main web site on the first of each and every month. You can click on the above photo or the link on the top right of this page to get to my “main Camp Cody site”. These pictures will remain there for one month and then be replaced with some never seen before Camp Cody pictures that I have received in the last month or so. Your donated scans of Camp Cody or of any soldier who served there are always welcome. Please fell free to send me an email, address on web site, or leave a comment on this Blog. Michael Kromeke, Webmaster of the Camp Cody web site.