Twenty-Three Summoned to Complete Quota at Camp Devens


The St. Johnsville News
Saint Johnsville, New York, January 23, 1918
transcribed by Denise Wellenstein

Montgomery Boys Called

The Montgomery county draft board, consisting of Former Sheriff Folmsbeee and Former County Clerk Van Horne, has been called upon to fill the county towns' quota of men for army service and has issued ordered to 23 eligibles to entrain January 26th for Camp Devens, at Ayer, Mass. One of this number will go from Pennsylvania, where he is now located, and the others will be entrained at Fonda. Among the well know young men called to the colors is Lauren N. Borst, youngest son of Justice Henry V. Borst, of Amsterdam, who has lately been at Palatine Bridge and Herkimer, where he is engaged in the silk manufacturing industry. The names of those called follow:

James E. Goldthorpe, Fort Plain;
Lauren N. Borst, Herkimer;
Daniel Reuben Peeler, Fort Plain R. D. 6;
John William Hout, Palatine Bridge;
Edward J. Smith, Canajoharie R. D. 1;
George M. Falling, Fort Plain R. D. 2;
Leroy Nellos, St. Johnsville;
Asa Joy Streeter, Tribes Hill;
Edward M. Reynolds, Amsterdam R. D. 3;
Raymond Charles Kattler, Fort Plain;
Carl Henry Reynolds, Canajoharie;
Roy Nellis Henry, Fonda R. D. 3;
Levee D. Ackerman, St. Johnsville;
Ore Darcangleis, Fort Plain;
Willet E. Cook, Fonda;
Schuyler Wells, Canajoharie R. D. 3;
Glen Christman, St, Johnsville;
Thomas Marcellano, Fort Plain;
Harry Sharp, Fort Johnson;
Peter L. Fallar, Fort Hunter;
Axel Hallgren, St. Johnsville;
Charles August Hawn, Auburn, from local board No. 2, Woodlawn, Pa.;
Andrew Blasini, Fort Plain.

Note: names were formatted into a list, but otherwise, this is transcribed as written in the article.

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