BUTLER AND BLOOMINGDALE

VETERANS

OF THE WORLD WAR
HOMECOMING

(taken from pamphlet "Program of Patriotic Demonstration," dated 1919 Sept 20)

Sunday, September 20th, 1919

Program of Patriotic Demonstration

in honor of the homecoming of the Veterans of the World War
From Butler and Bloomingdale

Consisting of

Parade, Banquet, Patriotic Concert
and Block Dance

GREETINGS:

Bloomingdale and Butler (twin towns) nestle in the foothills of New Jersey. They are separated by the historic Pequannock River which stream is also the dividing line of Morris and Passaic Counties.

The gates of the twin towns are open to the stranger, and our hospitable people are always ready to extend the glad hand of welcome to all who may enter therein. We bid you welcome.

2 P.M. - PARADE (Line forms at Borough Hall, Butler)
4 P.M. - BANQUET AT THE BUTLER STARS’ BALL GROUND

~ PROGRAM ~


 
1. Music, Overture
2. Star Spangled Banner
3. Invocation, Rev. Fr. Theodore CHEMIN
  (Chaplain with the First Division Overseas)
4. Remarks, Chairman of the Welcome Home Committee of Butler and Bloomindale.
5. Eulogy, Rev. Dr. Thomas I. COULTAS
7. Address of Welcome, Mayors MCLEAN and DELAZIER
8. Address, Gov. Wm. N. RUNYON of New Jersey and other Prominent Speakers
9. Presentation of Medals by the Red Cross

INTERMISSION FOR BANQUET


 
  (Between courses entertainers will enliven the program)
10 Music, America
11 Benediction, Rev. H.I. PETERSON
8 P.M. BLOCK DANCE ON MAIL STREET

~ COMMITTEE ~


 
Dr. Samuel K. OWEN Chairman
Mayor Isaac DE LAZIER Vice Chairman
William F. SISCO Secretary
John BORMUTH Assistant Secretary
J.I. MEADE Treasurer
Charles J. BOGUE Assistant Treasurer
Jas. D. STRUBLE  
Geo. H. METZGER Ex-Mayor
Paul WITTECK Finance Committee

ROLL OF HONOR

IN REMEMBERANCE
OF THOSE WHO PAID THE LAST
FULL MEASURE OF THEIR DEVOTION

LIST OF DEAD

Ralph BAIRD
Louis H. BROWN
William J. BROWN
Concenzio BRUNO
John DEAN
Nathan FEINBLOOM
Joseph GILLEN
Roy MABIE
Edward SCRIBNER
Harry TINTLE
William L. WILLIAMS

RED CROSS NURSES

Anna COLE Grace PENBERTHY

COMISSIONED OFFICERS

Stanley C. BASLEY
Dr. George C. COATES
Frank A. FRITZ
Charles GURNEE
H.W. JOHNSTON
Morris KINNEY
Warren KINNEY
Charles MASSINGER
Dr. Richard MCDONALD
George Rogers RILEY
Joseph SCARRY
Dr. Wm. P. THORNE
Harold VREELAND

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES

Arthur ALESWORTH
Fred D. ALWARD
Melvin ANDERSON
William ANDERSON
Archie ANGLE
Raymond ANGLE
Ray BABCOCK
Harold BAIRD
Charles BAKER
Van Buren BALL
James BARTLETT
Fred BEDSON
Charles BENDER
August BERGEN
James BRANNIN
Henry BROWN
Andrew BYER
Joseph CAREY
Edward CARMAN
John P. CARMAN
Edward CARSON
Harold CLARK
Edward CLEARY
Richard CLEARY
Robert CLEARY
David COLE
Elmer COLE
Hobart COLE
Joseph CONROY
Clarence COOK
Raymond COOK
Roy B. COOK
Burton CHRISMAN
Edward CRUM
Walter CRUM
William CRUM
Arthur DAVENPORT
Harold DE BOW
John DECKER
Lewis R. DECKER
Ernastus DEGRAW
George DEGRAW
Joseph DEGRAW
David DEPUY
Robert DEVORANEY
Joseph DILZER
Edward DONALD
Arthur DOUCETTE
James DOW
Joseph DUGAN
Richard FALK
Frank FLOOD
David FRTIZ
Leo G. FRITZ
George J. GOBOSACK
Charles GOLDSTEIN
Martin GORMLEY
Foster C. HALL
Seeley HALL
Abram HANSON
Hulga HANSEN
Sophus HANSEN
J. Harold HARGREAVES
Harold HARMAN
Charles HARRIS
Charles HAYCOCK
Leroy HAYCOCK
Roy HAYCOCK
Frank HEINTZ
Berton HENDERSHOTT
Edward HENDERSHOTT
Harold M. HILLIER
William HISSIM
Warren HOPPER
Walter HOYTE
Jack C. JARVIS
Milton KASSLER
Lawrence KAYHART
Raymond KIMBLE
Theodore KIMBLE
Ralph KINNEY
Edward J. KLAUS
Edward KOCH
W. KOVALL
John KRIEGER
Fred LEEPER
William LENOX
Louis LEVINE
Albion J. LUCE
Lewis MABEY
Sidney MACOON
John MAGUIRE
George MANDEVILLE
Abraham MARION
Harold MARTIN
Martin MARION
Robert MARION
Thomas MARION
Thomas J. MARION
Lawrence MARTIN
Robert MATHEWS
Joseph MATHEWS
Leonard MATHEWS
Ward MATHEWS
Herbert MCCLELLAND
Roger H. MCCORMACK
Harry MCKEEVIS
John MCMINN
Thomas MCMINN
Claude MEADE
Louis MERTZ
Ernest MILLER
Harry MILLER
Walter A. MILLER
Christian MOCK
Milton S. MONKS
Sylvanus N. MONKS
Douglas MORSE
Edward MULLALY
James MULLIGAN
Cecil MYLER
James H. MYERS
Otto NASS
Rudolph MASS
Arthur NORMAN
John R. NORMAN
Charles NORTH
George ODELL
Paul OLSEN
Benny ORZEHOWSKI
John ORZEHOWSKI
Arthur PAULISON
Oakley PAULISON
Clifford PLUSS
Walter POOLE
Claude POST
John REARDON
George RICKER
Herbert W. RICKER
Albert ROACH
Eugene SAMPSON
Ray SAMPSON
John SANDERS
Nathan SANDERS
William SANDERS
Larr SANDRICK
Herman SCHLICKE
Louis SCRIBNER, Jr.
Frank SEARLES
Charles SHENISE
William SHADWELL
Whritenour SISCO
DeWitt SMITH
Fred SMITH
Harold SMITH
Herman SMITH
Bernard STRUBLE
James STRUBLE, Jr.
Durling TALMADGE
Leonard TALMADGE
Walter THOMPSON
George TINTLE
Harold TINTLE
James TITUS
Vreeland TINTLE
James TITUS
I.Z. TOUB
Oscar A. TURNER
William VAN HOUTEN
Emmett VAN KIRK
Andrew VAN ORDEN
Asa VAN ORDEN
Elmer VAN ORDEN
Ernest VAN ORDEN
Harold Mason VAN ORDEN
Walter VAN ORDEN
Patrick WADE
Ernest WEBBER
John WHEELER
Lawrence WANKLIN
John WEAVER
George WETZEL
Edwin WISE
James WHRITENOUR
Richard WITTY
William WITTY
George WOODWORTH

JOHN E. BEAM POST NO. 92

BLOOMINGDALE, NJ

Levi BROWN
Francis E. COOK
Martin COOK
Jacob CRUM
Rudolph GUENTER
Geo. I. HOWARD
L.H. RICKER
John SHIPPEE
W.H. TAYLOR
Paul VORHEES
A.W. WHRITENOUR

OUR OFFERINGS FOR THE WAR WORK


 
Butler Chapter, American Red Cross
27,500
United War Fund
10,800
Y.M.C.A.
1,200
K. of C.
1,100
Hebrew Relief
769
Salvation Army
521
Liberty Loan Drives
1,083,800

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