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Checker Board (Newspaper) - March 1, 1977, Hampton Roads, Virginia BATTLE BABIES Officers Clyde President 713 Columbia 17603 Delbert 1st RFD Box 163 Kansas 66092 John 2nd 607 Northeast 44278 Herb Jean Edgecomb 569Cloverdale Ohio 45256 Board of Directors Three Years Two Years Ed Schmidt William Franklin Sidney Salins Harry Frankland One Year Joe Johnson Member Pappy Miles Delbert Sayre Ben Nawrocki Life Members Henry Richards Howard Denhard President Ray Parrish Reunion Chairman Elwood Hill Financial Advisor Fennie Checkerboard Editor Meyer Past Presidents Merwin Henry Richards Sidney Salins Thomas Wilson Michael Strollo Harvey Andrew Gillan John Joseph Hartung Jacob Hayes Grady George James Fennie James Senft Herbert Edgecomb Joseph Harry Frank Gran Elwood Hill Nathan Weiss Clyde Miles Johnson Charles Howard Denhard Deceased Jewelry Available The following jewelry is available by contacting the Prices include the cost of postage and each Churns 2 for Pendants Decals each Heraldry Plaques each YTY The Official Publication of the 99th Infantry Division Association Taps GEORGE Master Division 99th Infantry Sergeant Herrmann died suddenly on He is survived by bis at 99 Woodland Ohio TONY brother of a retired maintenance employee for the Gates Chevrolet in South He is survived by his sister and two plus many countless friends in the 99th Infantry A member of the American Legion and he served with the 2nd Armored Division during World War Founder Dies Sid who supplied as with the list of the original first ten who started the 99th Infantry Division some more Sid says that Sam one of the members of the first died recently at his home in He is survived by his and Sam was an agent for State Farm in his home He will be missed by all his friends in the 99th Infantry Division outfit he helped to start back during 1948 at Sid also reports that Lineweaver or Willard as he was known in the Division has risen to the position of mayor of his home town of A recent feature story in the Washington Post of a lot of interesting information about Warrenton and also included a photo of Mayor Lineweaver near the courthouse Sid has His new address is 10 Lost or Missing These men are listed as lost or not missing in there has been no Their Checkerboards have been returned by the postal Each time a Checkerboard is it costs the association 25 plus an additional twobits for a second attempt by first class And it also causes some extra effort on the part of the no matter what it costs and no matter what the we want these men back on the mailing at the proper If anybody knows the proper write to the JACK old 776 Anderson Franklin New NY LOUIS old 3698 Malcolm WALTER East Second BILLY 5506 51st Little JOHN 132 Royal Palm WILL 1515 University Salt Lake Utah 84111 MICHAEL 1107 FREDERICK 5338 137th BOB Bob paid his but didnt include a full His card came Presidents Received my copies of our 1976 issue of The and I think it is great arid reflects very good layout and This would le the year that we should ask our members to bring their copies of 99th publications and pictures along to the 28th We plan to start an Archives or some sort of so that we have something to look back The other thing is that at a visit with Sid we saw some of his movies and its time we include several Show and Tell Time Our members should bring whatever they Clyde
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