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Ayers Margaret Frances of Redkey, enlisted on August 21, 1918, in the United States Nurses Reserve and was called to service on November 2.  She entered the Deaconess hospital at Cincinnati on November 9 and was there until compelled to retire on September 19, 1919, on account 
Bartling Edith   (Mrs.  Elsworth  Goldsmith),  of  Salamonia, enlisted on April 4, 1918, and was stationed at Camp Lewis. American Lake, Wash., until August 20, 1918, when she was detailed for overseas service.  Her later service was rendered with Evacuation Hospital 11 a
Bonifas Ludvena   (Mrs. Frank Haffner), of Bryant, enlisted on February 24, 1918, and was assigned to Hospital Unit 1.  She reported to Ellis Island for overseas duty and sailed on the steamer St.  Paul, March 22, arriving at Liverpool on March 31, thence at once to Southa
Caster Rhuie D. of Wayne township, enlisted for service in the medical department of the army in March, 1918, under the auspices of the American Red Cross, and was assigned to duty in the base hospital at Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va., June 16.  In the following September sh
Conner Margaret Bernice of Redkey, served as a trained nurse in the medical department of the  United States army, entering the service at Ft. Benjamin Harrison at Indianapolis on October 6, 1919. She had been trained as a nurse at Kirksville, Mo,, this training extending over t
Scholer Ida   of Madison township, was mustered into army service on September 7, 1917, and spent three months in preparatory work in New York city.  On December 4 she sailed with the personnel of Base Hospital 32, a unit organized at Indianapolis and known as the Eli 
Van McDonald Jennie of Redkey, who was born in this state on October 27, 1890, and was serving as a postoffice clerk at Redkey, this county, when she volunteered her services as a nurse during the war, was inducted into the service as a student nurse at Camp Sevier, Greenvil
Woods Bertha Mae